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Birth:July 29 1687
Death:Dec 10 1718
Name:Stede Bonnet
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Text:"... shall a glass of With another shout the crew hurried and StedeBonnet stood upon The the captain of the pirate ship And now stepped up to his master that good Ben ye call a said ye go forth upon the sea..."
Date:Oct 6 1904
Publication:Marble Rock, Iowa, United States of America
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Text:"... the crew a cheer Some of them had known a little about StedeBonnet and some of them scarcely anything at all except that he was able them good Now he had told them that he was a pirate captain and each..."
Date:Aug 20 1912
Publication:Sheboygan, Wisconsin, United States of America
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Text:"... of that black flag which floats above you each of you shall drink a glass of grog With another shout the crew hurried forward and StedeBonnet stood upon the quarter-deck the pirate captain of the pirate ship..."
Date:May 12 1904
Publication:Athens, Ohio, United States of America
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Text:"... a cheer Some of them had known a little about StedeBonnet and of them scarcely anything at all except that he was able to pay them good j Now told them that he j a pirate captain and each of them i knew..."
Date:Apr 7 1904
Publication:Connellsville, Pennsylvania, United States of America
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Text:"... there is nothing here that unduly challenges belief Tracy couples such notorious pirates as Blackbeard StedeBonnet and Israel Hands a Teach lieutenant whose name was borrowed by Robert Louis Stevenson for Treasure..."
Date:June 18 1955
Publication:Elyria, Ohio, United States of America
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Text:"... and stared He now perceived Ironi behind the leaves the end of a OF DEI next morning there came s ie from StedeBonnet to his Kate in which he told her Cut it absolutely impossible for to tv to the humdrum..."
Date:Sep 4 1912
Publication:Sheboygan, Wisconsin, United States of America
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Text:"... used to be called Oyster Point Located on this key parcel of land were the gallows used in 1718 to hang StedeBonnet called the Gentleman and 38 of his fellow buccaneers There are wide streets and narrow..."
Date:Oct 18 1976
Publication:Ogden, Utah, United States of America
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Text:"... in the teacher these But directly the was piracy on the high seas was temptations can easily be resisted it Pirate trade was still in vogue in most of the i if you turn a deaf car to StedeBonnet had been a major..."
Date:Apr 28 1926
Publication:Gastonia, North Carolina, United States of America
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Text:"... was on the Scotchman's face Good to ye Master said truly good to your friends an an pass them not by when your pockets are wi Spanish gold A minute before this Capt StedeBonnet had been in a very pleasant state of mind..."
Date:Mar 24 1904
Publication:Racine, Wisconsin, United States of America
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Text:"... occupation of the It was the scene of an entertainment for George Washing ton In A guard post for the early colonists was put up on the same site Jn and In StedeBonnet and other pirates were Imprisoned..."
Date:Mar 30 1934
Publication:Humboldt, Iowa, United States of America
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Text:"... StedeBonnet In a superior patronizing manner He took Bonnet out to his ship the Re venge showed him about and ow cuss with He assured Bonnet unit too soft with hli crew and to how a ship be nm bodily ons..."
Date:May 31 1935
Publication:Lebanon, Pennsylvania, United States of America
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Text:"... friends pass them not even when your pockets are Spanish A minute before this Capt. StedeBonnet had been in a very pleasant state of It was only two days ago that he had captured a Spanish from which he..."
Date:Nov 10 1904
Publication:Marble Rock, Iowa, United States of America
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Text:"... there more w during the Johnson the men In the his fortune He iad horses thai with three yr county Miss with a half idea vras to horses aa tn He on the Sinol operations tune but th Johnson wh his AJOR STEDE..."
Date:May 15 1904
Publication:Cedar Rapids, Iowa, United States of America
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Text:"... pleasant aged gentleman named Major StedeBonnet He was a man in able circumstances and had been an officer in the British army He had retired from military service and had bought an estate at Bridgetown..."
Date:July 15 1898
Publication:New Oxford, Pennsylvania, United States of America
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Text:"... Una coast and Robert Searle struck out at shipping from hide aways in the Port Royal area He was followed in 1705 by Black who ravaged coastal corn merce with four ships and gold-seeking men Stede..."
Date:Nov 19 1958
Publication:San Mateo, California, United States of America
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Text:"... on the high seas was con- more than ever Though condemned it flourished Pirate trade was still in vogue in most of the ports StedeBonnet had been a major in the English army But the call cf the sea and easy..."
Date:Mar 11 1926
Publication:Sheboygan, Wisconsin, United States of America
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Text:"... in the f StedeBonnet would soon be with and beyond that all was chaos And over the the good ship the Royal Capt Thomas in command SAVAGE WAS LOGICAL in the Eastman Coles Pa North coast ss work Satisfaction..."
Date:Aug 4 1904
Publication:Wellsboro, Pennsylvania, United States of America
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Text:"... large low storehouse not far from pier sat StedeBonnet and His fill friend and servitor Hen The storehouse was crowded goods of almost every Imaginable de- scription and even tho room back it contained..."
Date:Mar 31 1904
Publication:Racine, Wisconsin, United States of America
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Text:"... Treasure weaves the adventures of gentle man pirate StedeBonnet with a presentday story of two brothers My only book that is entirely fiction is Its about a boy who gets into trouble because of telling tale..."
Date:Mar 12 1998
Publication:Aiken, South Carolina, United States of America
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Text:"... and burned. Attacked by H. M. S. Scarborough, the pirate drove off the man-of-war after a sharp engagement and continued on his way. His next victim was the sloop of the. pirate leader, Maj. StedeBonnet, whom..."
Date:Apr 8 1926
Publication:Waunakee, Wisconsin, United States of America
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