PERCY AND THE PIRATES

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Percy And The Pirates

Author : Russell Punter
ISBN : 1409566781
Genre : Children's stories
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The Pirates Of Orion S Belt Percy S Revenge

Author : Neil Dabb
ISBN : 1793143498
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A mysterious box and a disappearing tattoo are the keys to unlimited treasure, as well as the final nail in the coffin for the Trading Company, the bane of Meserplunkt and the other Pirates of Orion's Belt.Percy was stranded on the cursed planet and lost most of his 21 lives. Now he is free and bent on revenge with a young cabin boy that he helped escape the curse. When Percy meets up with an operative from the Trading Company, it becomes vital that Meserplunkt rally all pirates in the sector as well as The Historian to defeat the Trading Company, once and for all.
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Pirate Stories For Little Children

Author : Russell Punter
ISBN : 1409570576
Genre : Adventure stories
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A collection of seven humorous tales of adventure and excitement on the high seas. Stories include: Pirates Ahoy!, The Pesky Parrot, Captain Spike, Percy and the Pirates, The Masked Pirate, Pirate of the Year and The Return of Captain Spike. Each tale is beautifully illustrated and perfect for storytime, either for reading aloud or for more confident readers to tackle alone.
Category: Adventure stories

Pirate Stories For Little Boys

Author : Russell Punter
ISBN : 1409522148
Genre : Children's stories, English
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A collection of seven humorous tales of adventure and excitement on the high seas. Stories include: Pirates Ahoy!, The Pesky Parrot, Captain Spike, Percy and the Pirates, The Masked Pirate, Pirate of the Year and The Return of Captain Spike. Each tale is beautifully illustrated and perfect for storytime, either for reading aloud or for more confident readers to tackle alone.
Category: Children's stories, English

Pirates And Mutineers Of The Nineteenth Century

Author : Grace Moore
ISBN : 9781351911054
Genre : Literary Criticism
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The first volume devoted to literary pirates in the nineteenth century, this collection examines changes in the representation of the pirate from the beginning of the nineteenth century through the late Victorian period. Gone were the dangerous ruffians of the eighteenth-century novel and in their place emerged a set of brooding and lovable rogues, as exemplified by Byron's Corsair. As the contributors engage with acts of piracy by men and women in the literary marketplace as well as on the high seas, they show that both forms were foundational in the promotion and execution of Britain's imperial ambitions. Linking the pirate's development as a literary figure with the history of piracy and the making of the modern state tells us much about race, class, and evolving gender relationships. While individual chapters examine key texts like Treasure Island, Dickens's 1857 'mutiny' story in Household Words, and Peter Pan, the collection as a whole interrogates the growth of pirate myths and folklore throughout the nineteenth century and the depiction of their nautical heirs in contemporary literature and culture.
Category: Literary Criticism

The Third Officer

Author : Percy F. Westerman
ISBN : 1720417563
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The Rogue Pirate S Bride

Author : Shana Galen
ISBN : 9781402265556
Genre : Fiction
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fter escaping France on a privateer's ship, Sâebastien Harcourt, Marquis de Valâere, becomes the notorious privateer Captain Cutlass and crosses swords with the daughter of a British admiral who blames him for the death of her fiance.
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Sea Power In Its Relations To The War Of 1812

Author : Alfred Thayer Mahan
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Excerpt: ...would join heartily in a war. They would not, however, go to war to contest the right of Great Britain to search American vessels for British seamen; for it was the general opinion with them that, if American seamen were encouraged, there would be no need for the employment of foreign seamen." 280 Quincy therefore condemned the retaliatory temper of the Administration, as shown in the "Chesapeake" incident by the proclamation excluding British ships of war, and in the embargo as a reply to the Orders in Council. The oppression of American trade, culminating in the Orders, was a just cause of war; but war was not expedient before a further attempt at negotiation, favored by a withdrawal of all retaliatory acts. He was willing to concede the exercise of British authority on board American merchantmen on the high seas. In the main these were the coincident opinions of Monroe, although a Virginian and identified with the opposite party. At this time he wrote to Jefferson privately, urging a special mission, for which he offered his services. "Our affairs are evidently at a pause, and the next step to be taken, without an unexpected change, seems likely to be the commencement of war with both France and Great Britain, unless some expedient consistent with the honor of the Government and Country is adopted to prevent it." To Jefferson's rejection of the proposition he replied: "I have not the hope you seem still to entertain that our differences with either Power will be accommodated under existing 213 arrangements. The embargo was not likely to accomplish the desired effect, if it did not produce it under the first impression. Without evidence of firm and strong union at home, nothing favorable to us can be expected abroad, and from the symptoms in the Eastern states there is much cause to fear that tranquillity cannot be secured at present by adherence only to the measures which have heretofore been pursued." 281 Monroe had already 282 expressed the...
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