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Text:"... in details, but too long to insert. The last letter received from this place is from Sir FrancisDrake to the Lord High Treasurer of England, dated the 8th May, the day following that of the joint letter. 8..."
Date:1843
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Text:"... letter from Sir FrancisDrake conveys his satisfaction that Her Majestie is pleased to releave us of some vittual; but it alludes to a grievance which is stated to be a very great trouble to us..."
Date:1843
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Text:"...xiv CONTENTS. -Dispersion of the Armada by fire-ships - Driven into the Ndiih Sea - Disastrous reduction and condition - Various letters from the Lord High Admiral, Sir FrancisDrake, and Lord Henry..."
Date:1843
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Text:"...1790] SIR FRANCISDRAKE 888 of his fathers old friend, Dr. Denman, took counsel with a firm of lawyers, who encoura ged him to put himself forward boldly as heir-presumptive to the Drake baronetcy..."
Date:1911
Place:London, England
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Text:"...1790] SIR FRANCISDRAKE 333 of his fathers old friend, Dr. Denman, took counsel with a firm of lawyers, who encouraged him to put himself forward boldly as heir-presumptive to the Drake baronetcy..."
Date:1911
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"..., daughter of John Langdon of Keverall, whose wife Elizabeth was a daughter of Sir William Godolphin. His influence as a mine owner may have been valuable to Sir FrancisDrake when the Plymouth leat was made..."
Date:1911
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"..., daughter of John Langdon of Keverall, whose wife Elizabeth was a daughter of Sir ^yiliiam Godolphin. His influence as a mine ov.jier may have been valuable to Sir FrancisDrake when the Plymouth leat..."
Date:1911
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"...IG02] SIR FRANCISDRAKEF 1C9 occurred not a great many years previously to the heir of the Bamfields of Poltimore. Prince, who tells the story, does not say which heir, but circumstantial evidence..."
Date:1911
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"...1627] n SIR FRANCISDRAKE ; ^F 225 The immediate result of this disastrous undertaking, as far as England was concerned, was to compel King Charles to summon a parliament. Writs were issued..."
Date:1911
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"...1601] •!) SIR FRANCISDRAKE ,F 163 character was then apparently inaugurated between the parties, for after this time we hear no more of Drake and Crymes dissensions, but, on the contrary, a close..."
Date:1911
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"...LIFE OF SIR FRANCISDRAKE. leaving it to his judgment to piece therewith the chief points in Camdens relation;** which may be His aoooonu arefoUoired also reputed truths, if we knew with certainty..."
Date:1828
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Text:"...92 SIR FRANCISDRAKE CHAP. whether, after all, Drake or his treasure would not have to be given up. But Elizabeth never doubted a moment ; she and Walsingham had fresh work for him to do. Terceira..."
Date:Between 1540 and 1596
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"...1580] SIR FRANCISDRAKE 47 and no creature living by me made privy to it but himself, and myself no privier to it than as you may perceive by this. And as by offering to do more than this I might..."
Date:1911
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"...LIFE OF SIR FRANCISDRAKE. leaving it to his judgment to piece therewith the chief points in Camdens relation ; b which may be b His accounts are followed also reputed truths, if we knew..."
Date:Between 1540 and 1596
Place:Richmond, Virginia, USA
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Text:"..., the facta mentioned by ij* Camden from the mouth of Sir FrancisDrake become very pro- of bable ; for Sir Francis Russei miiiht well be his godfather, and all the events follow that he sets down - only..."
Date:Between 1540 and 1596
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Text:"...1711] SIR FRANCISDRAKE 189 a while in London, as Frank had done, or ought to have done, and then was sent abroad for further culture, under the care of an experienced tutor. But, whilst this country..."
Date:1911
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"... of what he should receive for the effecting thereof ; and said, moreover, that if the debt were yet due, it was to be satisfyed by others and not by Mr. Drake. 1 Francis Crane held the office of Clerk..."
Date:1911
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"... for some assurance of what he should receive for the effecting thereof ; and said, moreover, that if the debt were yet due, it was to be satisfyed by others and Rot by Mr. Drake. Francis Crane held..."
Date:1911
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"...1711] SIR FRANCISDRAKE 189 a while in London, as Frank had done, or ought to have done, and then was sent abroad for further culture, under the care of an experienced tutor. But, whilst this country..."
Date:1911
Place:London, England
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Text:"...1588] SIR FRANCISDRAKE 97 Revenge until July 31, when they were landed at Rye and taken to London under the escort of Mr. Tristram Gorges, who was at the same time the bearer of the following letter..."
Date:1911
Publication place:London, England