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"daniel defoe" Discussed on Boring Books for Bedtime

Boring Books for Bedtime

07:29 min | 8 months ago

"daniel defoe" Discussed on Boring Books for Bedtime

"Of providence and was vested with power to make use of all possible methods for reducing the pirates and that nothing might be wanting he carried with him. The king's proclamation. Pardon to those who should return to their duty by a certain time. The proclamation is as follows by the king a proclamation. For suppressing pirates george are whereas we have received information that several persons subjects of great britain have since the twenty fourth day of june in the year of our lord seventeen fifteen committed diverse piracy's and robberies upon the high seas in the west indies or joining to our plantations which hath and may occasion great damage to the merchants of great britain and others trading into those parts. And though we have appointed such a force as we judged sufficient for suppressing the said pirates yet the more effectively put an end to the same. We have not fit by and with the advice of our privy council to issue this our royal proclamation and we do hereby promise and declare that in case any of the santa pirates shall on or before the fifth of september in the year of our lord seventeen eighteen surrender him or themselves to one of our principal secretaries of state in great britain or ireland or to any governor or deputy governor of any of our plantations beyond the seas every such pirate and pirates so surrendering him or themselves as aforesaid shall have our gracious pardon of and i such his or their piracy or piracy's by him or them committed before the fifth of january next ensuing and we do hereby strictly charge and command. All our admirals captains and other officers had c. and all our governors and commanders of any forts castles or other places in our plantations and all other of our officers civil and military to seized and take such of the pirates who shall refuse or neglect to surrender themselves. Accordingly and we do hereby further declare that in case any person or persons on or after the sixth day of september. Seventeen eighteen that encase any person or persons on or after the six day of september seventeen eighteen shall discover or sees or cause or procure to be discovered or seized any one or more of the said pirates so refusing or neglecting to surrender themselves as a poor said so as they may be brought to justice and convicted of the set offense such person or persons so making such discovery or seizure or causing or procuring. Such discovery or seizure to be made shall have and receive as a reward for the same phys for every commander of any private ship or vessel the sum of one hundred pounds for every lieutenant master boatswain carpenter and gunner the some forty pounds for every inferior officer the sum of thirty pounds and for every private man the summer of twenty pounds and if any person or persons belonging to and to be part of the crew of any such pirate ship or vessel xiao on or after the said sixth day of september seventeen eighteen sees and deliver or cause to be seized or delivered any commander or commanders of such pirate ship or vessel. So was that he or they be brought to justice and convicted of the set offense such person or persons as a reward for the same. Shall we see for every such her. The sum up two hundred pounds which said sums the lord treasurer or the commissioners of our treasury for the time being are hereby required and desired to pay accordingly given at our court at hampton court the fifth day of september seventeen seventeen in the fourth year of our reign. God save the king. Before governor rogers went over the proclamation was sent to them which they took as teague took the covenant that is they made prize of the ship and proclamation to however they sent for those who were out a cruising and called a general counsel but there was so much noise and glamour but nothing could be agreed on some were for fortifying the island to stand upon their own terms and treaty with the government upon the foot of commonwealth others were also for strengthening the island for their own security but were not strenuous for these punctilious does so that they might have a general pardon without being obliged to make any restitution and to retire with all their effects to the neighboring british plantations but captain jennings who was there commodore and who always bore a great sway among them being a man of good understanding and a good estate. Before this whim took him going pirating resolved upon surrendering without more ado to the terms of the proclamation which so disconcerted all their measures that the congress broke up very abruptly without doing anything and presently jennings and by his example about one hundred fifty more came in to the governor of bermuda's and had their certificates though the greatest part of them returned again like the dog to the vomit. The commanders who were then in the island besides captain jennings above mentioned. I think were these. Benjamin horny gold. Edward teach john martel james five christopher winter nicholas.

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"daniel defoe" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

The Cycling Podcast

02:05 min | 9 months ago

"daniel defoe" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

"Mitchell. I've got no idea but you is. What is so james mom and dad. They're positioning themselves on a descent there in order to be able to tell him to 'em to be safe and not take any risks which in itself might been quite dangerous anyway More from james sobia final. Take on one hand off the bar during. Yeah no there will be a final installment of the audio diarist john jumbo powell civic cough and james knox come next week following the vuelta on one of our listeners. Email to say that she really enjoys the writer diets but she struggled in los angeles on stage. There were talking about so we're going to try and help with that. In the final episode on signposted met barry exactly what ages are talking about with some clips from coma chainsaw. Daniel defoe daily rogue for us. Well do rich remember yesterday. You remember yesterday yesterday. We taught pray unusually for us. We talked about the team classification. Well no key from gina maeda who had mentioned there after the stage yesterday and well. We discovered that. This was the main reason why bahrain victoria were riding yesterday now. The team classification. I'm just gonna console the the the standings again. It looks as barring victorious is still full minutes ahead of team Fifteen minutes of off. And we'll just a reminder. The team classification is calculated on the basis of the top three riders from each team put. Stage is not the top three riders from team on the general classification. So it could potentially be up for grabs Well well i've said this before. I feel as though more attention. More interest should be reserved team publication. It should be leverage d- because leverage leverage. They could be quite exciting. I'm quite often..

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"daniel defoe" Discussed on Conversations

Conversations

05:14 min | 10 months ago

"daniel defoe" Discussed on Conversations

"Get the coffeehouses houses in london. It that's when you have people. Like isaac newton robert hook hogan's all these other great artists of the scientific revolution of the sixteen hundreds congregating. Mating coffeehouses getting themselves. Caffeinated hopped up on coffee arguing discussing. That was even a story. I remember reading about w- a baby. Shaq was found in the thames once and it was dragged into a coffee shop and say okay. There was a coffee house associated with the royal What is it called the royal institution. Which is the main science society yet. Newton and and francis bacon. We're all involved with and there was a story. I heard the story it was a dolphin but maybe it was a shark and then it was Yeah they got so curious about it and they had this wonderful specimen and they dissect it on the table and the coffee house so it was a different vibe. This is not what people do on alcohol and and you had different coffeehouses for every profession. they were. They were organized by interest. So there was that one for science. There was another one for literature. We're alexander pope and dryden hung out and daniel defoe and then there were the business related coffee houses. there was one called. Loyd's that became lloyd's of london. You could go to lloyd's and if an insurer shipment And there was another one associated with selling the buying and selling of stocks And that became the the stock market. So this is a really vibrant movement. And it's a kind of conversation that wouldn't have happened on alcohol. It was also a very democratic space. It was the one public place where people of all classes could mingle and there was a lot of politics that was talked about which which the government found threatening. There was actually a drug war briefly against coffee charles. The second Sought to close down the coffee houses because he thought that they were. There was going to be an insurrection. people were talking about politics and He failed though nobody. Everybody ignored him when he tried to close down the coffee houses and he had to back off and the french revolution to begin the storming the best deal. That idea didn't pop out of a tavern. It was a coffee house. It was people. drinking coffee. came up with that idea. There's a book that i really wanted about the off..

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"daniel defoe" Discussed on Conversations

Conversations

05:14 min | 10 months ago

"daniel defoe" Discussed on Conversations

"Get the coffeehouses houses in london. It that's when you have people. Like isaac newton robert hook hogan's all these other great artists of the scientific revolution of the sixteen hundreds congregating. Mating coffeehouses getting themselves. Caffeinated hopped up on coffee arguing discussing. That was even a story. I remember reading about w- a baby. Shaq was found in the thames once and it was dragged into a coffee shop and say okay. There was a coffee house associated with the royal What is it called the royal institution. Which is the main science society yet. Newton and and francis bacon. We're all involved with and there was a story. I heard the story it was a dolphin but maybe it was a shark and then it was Yeah they got so curious about it and they had this wonderful specimen and they dissect it on the table and the coffee house so it was a different vibe. This is not what people do on alcohol and and you had different coffeehouses for every profession. they were. They were organized by interest. So there was that one for science. There was another one for literature. We're alexander pope and dryden hung out and daniel defoe and then there were the business related coffee houses. there was one called. Loyd's that became lloyd's of london. You could go to lloyd's and if an insurer shipment And there was another one associated with selling the buying and selling of stocks And that became the the stock market. So this is a really vibrant movement. And it's a kind of conversation that wouldn't have happened on alcohol. It was also a very democratic space. It was the one public place where people of all classes could mingle and there was a lot of politics that was talked about which which the government found threatening. There was actually a drug war briefly against coffee charles. The second Sought to close down the coffee houses because he thought that they were. There was going to be an insurrection. people were talking about politics and He failed though nobody. Everybody ignored him when he tried to close down the coffee houses and he had to back off and the french revolution to begin the storming the best deal. That idea didn't pop out of a tavern. It was a coffee house. It was people. drinking coffee. came up with that idea. There's a book that i really wanted about the off. Which is the difference between coffee and tea now. They both have caffeine and caffeine delivery systems. If you like the coffee knockback you get out and get to work. Not in england and in japan a surrounded the consumption surrounded by a little bit of ceremony. And it's a amendment when you pause and stop and reflect. What do you think that tells you the difference between coffee and tea here michael. Well it's very interesting. They're completely different. Cultures coffee culture and tea culture..

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"daniel defoe" Discussed on Harvard Classics

Harvard Classics

02:34 min | 1 year ago

"daniel defoe" Discussed on Harvard Classics

"How just will such reflections be when our pasta de shell fall under the merciless clutches of this uncharitable generation. When our church shelby swallowed up in schism faction enthusiasm and confusion. When our government shelby devolved upon foreigners are monarchy dwindled into a republic. It would be more rational for us if we must spare this generation to summoned our own to a general massacre and as we have brought them into the world free to send them out so and not betray them to destruction by our supine negligence and then cry. It is mercy. Moses was awful meek man and yet with fury did he run through the camp and cut the throats of three and thirty thousand of his dear israelites. That were fallen into idolatry. What was the reason. It was mercy to the rest to make these examples to prevent the destruction of the whole army. How many millions of future souls shall we say from infection and delusion present race of poisoned spirits were purged from the face of the land. It is vain to trifle in this matter. The light foolish handling of them by moult finds etc tis their glory in their advantage if the gallows instead of the counter and the galleys instead of the fines were the reward of going to a conventional to preach or here. There would not be so many sufferers. The spirit of martyrdom is over. That will go to church to be chosen. Sheriffs and mayors would go to forty churches rather than be hanged. If one of your law were made and punctually executed that whoever was founded a conventional should be banished the nation and the preacher behind we should soon see an end of the tail. They would all come to again. And one age generation would make us all one again to talk of five shillings a month for not coming to the sacrament one shilling per week for not coming to church this is such a way of converting people as was never known this is selling them a liberty to transgress for so much money. If it'd be not a crime why don't we give them full license and if it'd be no price ought to compound for the committing of it for that is selling a liberty to people to sin against god in the government if it'd be a crime of the highest consequence both against the peace and welfare of the nation the glory of god the good of the church and the happiness of the soul lettuce rank it among defenses and let it receive punishment in proportion. Did we hangmen for trifles and banish them for things not worth naming but then offense against god and the church. Against the welfare of the world and the dignity of religion shelby bought off for five shillings. This is such a shame to a christian government that it is with regret. I transmitted to pasta..

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"daniel defoe" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

07:27 min | 1 year ago

"daniel defoe" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Book is Young Benjamin Franklin, the birth of ingenuity. This is a story that takes us from England in the 16th century to America. Not yet Born in the 18th century, from the point of view of not only Benjamin Franklin the heroic figure Of the revolution, but also the Franklin family that has its roots in the transformation of England into what we come to understand as thie genius governance off freedom. Nick, Welcome and congratulations. And rather than started scene, I'm going to start with the word. The word is in your subtitle. The birth of ingenuity. Ingenuity was the word was a fresh word. In Britain at some point between the 16th in the 18th century. What did it mean in England? When you said someone was ingenious? Or you talked about the English as as the as thes Nation of ingenuity? Good evening to you. Thank you, John. It's great to be with you again. Ingenuity. This is a word that you can see really coming into fashion in England. Most or in London in about 16 60. This is the period, of course, when cerise at Newton, the great scientist, making his his first great discoveries in mathematics and physics And he was one of a number of people at the time who are making great strides forward. And the word ingenuity is was the word that was commonly on the lips of people on appearing in poems and pamphlets to describe what was going on. What it seems to have made it a kind of hybrid virtue, a blend off different things, obviously, intellect, mathematical intellect, perhaps logic but also a facility with things with objects with new processes with the apparatus. And so it was kind of a compound of a number of different qualities. It was flattery. And had Franklin uses it often in his autobiography, which is a source of clues. Because Nick has taken that by a biography and pulled it apart in many pieces, Franklin used the word again and again and again. Was he aware, self conscious that he was using the word Was it like throwing down an impromptu tour? I have ingenuity. Well, it was a word. You see that he had been very familiar with from his child. I, For example, in the Franklin Family home in Boston, they had a book by Daniel Defoe. Famous is the author of Robinson Crusoe. This was a book that Defoe had written in about 16 90 called an essay on projects and it was all about all the new projects that were going on in England at the time for all kinds of improvements and investments, banks, insurance companies, you kinds of industrial process and in that book frequently. Defoe used s so it was a word that was I was in and around the Franklin family home from his from his from his childhood. And then indeed, yes. He came to use it many, many, many times whenever he wanted to praise someone, he said That man was an ingenious fellow. We go to the Franklins of England. This is the late 16th century Henry Franklin is born in 15 73. Good heavens. Elizabeth is on the throne. The Spanish are going to invade it any moment. And what is it? Joy about your book is how close America is to 15 73. The birth of a man who is Enterprising and he comes up against and this is very quick now. But there's much more on next book about it. He comes it up against the partitioning of the land. What was going on? That was depriving people of the ability to take care of themselves. Well. The story of Henry Franklin in about 1600 in the kind of struggle you're talking about is one that the Franklin family always remembered. It was one that they passed down from generation to generation and so that Franklin himself in the 18th century was aware of it. Now he wasn't terrible. The details which I was able to unearth from from British sources, Henry Franken essentially was a blacksmith village blacksmith in the village correction in the middle of England. But he also wanted to land on he and a friend of his tried to buy some various portions of land nearby. It's very rich, Excellent grazing land on brand for part of arable is well. And they run up against. As you say, the process of partition of the lamb was going on called enclosure. Essentially, the big landlords were trying to take the land get rid of small farmers like Henry Franklin and his friend on internal the land into into vast, wide open ranges for livestock. Cattle. At effect, Lee what happened was that Henry frightened fell afoul. There's an ended up spending a year in prison. He has a son, Thomas. And he becomes a blacksmith. And Thomas has a sudden and we're going through the 16th in the 17 century very quickly now, But there's a there's a common theme here. The Franklins are ingenious. Yes, they're strivers. They're pushing hard against the forces of London and the forces of religion. Do they have a religious identification at this point that his descent How do they think of themselves in the 17th century where the family would divide it about religion? Some of them were Anglicans or, in other words, Episcopalians as we would say, now, the Church of England exactly on some of them, on the other hand, were religious dissenters, which means that they were people who had been Puritans. And then kind of rebranded themselves as non conformists, or dissenters are for about 16 60. They belonged to illegal religious gatherings called convention Girls, and they were keen on their pastors and they had meetings that were irregular and that might have been suppressed, depending upon the authorities in London. Josiah Benjamin's father is born, 16 57. He's apprenticed as a dire in 16 71. I'm following your reporting. Josiah is the one we're going to follow to America to be apprenticed as a Dyer's. That As a Dyer of cloth. Is that a significant advances that technology Yes, Specifically, he was a Dyer of silk and he trained in London. This is very important point because it's never really been been has never been known before they actually trained in London. So, yes, what was happening? About 16 60 16 70 was that the Franklins were moving up in the world. They were moving up, and there's a part of London where the dyers lived, and or were the dyers prospered. And that part of London. I guess was it destroyed in the fire was out outside the fire. It was actually on the other side of the river, his stomach so escape from the fire, But it was a waterfront area. Quite I had full of craftsmen of all kinds, and also an area where there are a great many religious dissenters. So the two went together. We're making it to do of London because our hero Benjamin will come to London. Of 70 years. Hence, Josiah is successful as a dire he marries in 16 78 and child of acting. He goes home to find a wife. Yes, we did. And do they make their home in London at this at this time, or did they go home and act? No, he was qualified as a dive, so we actually went off to another town called Banbury. That's right. I don't which is not too far from from Acton..

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"daniel defoe" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

05:43 min | 2 years ago

"daniel defoe" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Seventeen oh three Daniel Defoe is imprisoned on charges of seditious libel he wrote the book Robinson Crusoe eighteen fifty six Lawrence Kansas is captured and burned by pro slavery forces eighteen eighty one the American red cross is established by Clara Barton in Washington DC nineteen oh four the federation all Internationale de football association FIFA is founded in Paris that's what we call soccer in nineteen seventeen the greater Atlanta fire of nineteen seventeen calls five point five million in damages destroyed about three hundred acres including two thousand homes businesses and churches displaced about a thousand or ten thousand people but lead to only one fatality and that was because of a heart attack in nineteen twenty four university of Chicago student Richard Logan Nathan Leopold junior murdered fourteen year old Bobby Franks in a thrill killing Leopold and Loeb nineteen twenty seven Charles Lindbergh touched down at the border Shea field in Paris including the world's first solo nonstop flight across the Atlantic Ocean and it was five years later bad weather forced Amelia Earhart to land in a pasture in Derry Northern Ireland and thereby becoming the first woman to fly solo across the Atlantic Ocean first woman to do it nineteen eighty one Transamerica corporation agrees to sell United Artists the metro Goldwyn Mayer for three hundred eighty million dollars after the box office failure of the nineteen eighty film heaven's gate nineteen ninety two after thirty seasons Johnny Carson hosted his penultimate episode next the last one and the last one featuring guests and those were Robin Williams and Bette Midler on The Tonight Show got a story to go along with that but I don't have time to tell the year now twenty seventeen Ringling brothers and Barnum and Bailey circus performed their final show at the Nassau veterans memorial Coliseum I was really sad to see them go down having been a clown in the circus two different times in eighteen fifty nine locally captain William B. hooker began construction on the orange Grove hotel and I want to tell a little bit about that erected in eighteen fifty nine as a residence by captain William Brenton hooker and this is on the northwest corner of Madison and east streets in downtown Tampa a Georgia native he moved to Florida in eighteen thirty and signed its first constitution in eighteen thirty nine at eighteen forty three hookers settle in Hillsborough County and became Florida's pre civil war cattle king owning over ten thousand head of cattle and he also commanded volunteer troops during the Seminole Indians war hookers point is named after him during the civil war his house was used as Confederate officers headquarters in eighteen sixty six Booker converted the three story thirty three room wood frame structure into the orange Grove hotel so named because of the orange trees planted on the property we used to have a lot of me had a cattle cattle king in the eighteen sixties to tiger king in the twenty twenty tiger K. now tiger kings the big conversation other TV show there from eighteen sixty nine the place was operated by his son in law judge Henry L. crane it was Tampa's social center and entertain such figures as governor Henry L. Mitchell Sidney Lanier Thomas A. Edison general William T. Sherman and Henry B. plan and it boasted telephone service in eighteen sixty two it was sold by hookers airs in eighteen eighty five the building was later users tell a railroad office a rooming house and finally as a freight traffic depot well the seaboard railroad road before it was demolished in nineteen forty five that's some pretty rich history around here in a couple of major historic events happened in Saint Petersburg which they need to tell people more about the landing of Navarro and the first the beginning or the cradle of the first American exploration and then the first ever commercial air flight by Janice from St Pete and Tampa but I digress here it's eight twenty eight on A. M. Tampa Bay turn up your radio here's a Sean Hannity morning minute the man's work bottom line and if you want to open the country faster use the masks and the only reason I know it works is because none.

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"daniel defoe" Discussed on Boring Books for Bedtime

Boring Books for Bedtime

03:52 min | 2 years ago

"daniel defoe" Discussed on Boring Books for Bedtime

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"daniel defoe" Discussed on Boring Books for Bedtime

Boring Books for Bedtime

04:59 min | 2 years ago

"daniel defoe" Discussed on Boring Books for Bedtime

"A third reason is the inconveniencing and difficulty of being pursued by the men of war. The many small inlets lagoons and harbors on the Solitary Islands and keys is a natural security. Tis Chen me here. That the pirates their enterprises setting up at first with a very small force and by infesting Lee sees and those of the continent of North America in a year's time if they have good luck on their sides they accumulate such strength as enables them to make foreign expeditions. The first is usually to Guinea taking the Azores and the Cape Verde Islands in their way and then to Brazil and the East indies. Where if they meet with prosperous voyages they sat down at Madagascar or the neighbouring is Lind's and enjoy their ill gotten wealth among their elder brethren with impunity but I may not give too much encouragement to the profession. I must inform my maritime readers that the far greater part of these rovers are cut short the pursuit by a sudden precipitation into the other world. The rise of these rovers since the peace of you tracked or at least the great increase of them may justly be computed to the Spanish settlements in the West indies. The governors of which being often some hungry courtiers sent there to repair or make a fortune generally countenance all proceedings that bring in Prophet they grant commissions to great numbers of vessels of war on pretense of preventing an interloping trade with orders to seize all ships or vessels whatsoever within five leagues of their coasts. Which are English ships? CanNot well avoid coming in their voyage to Jamaica. But if the Spanish captains chance to accede this commission and rob and plunder at discretion the sufferers are allowed to complain and exhibit a process in their court and after great expensive suit delay of time and other inconveniences obtained a decree in their favor but then when the ship and cargo comes to be claimed with costs of suit. They find to their sorrow that it has been previously condemned and the plunder divided among the crew. The commander that made the capture. Who alone is responsible is. Found to be a poor rascal. Fellow not worth a groat and no doubt is placed in that station for the like purposes. The frequent losses sustained by our merchants abroad by these pirates was provocation. Enough to attempt something by way of reprisal and a fair opportunity offering itself in the year. Seventeen sixteen the traders of the West indies. Took CARE NOT to slip it over but made the best use of it. Their circumstances what permit it was about two years before that the Spanish galleons or plate fleet had been cast away in the Gulf of Florida and several vessels from the Havana were at work with diving engines to finish up the silver that was on board the galleons. The Spaniards had recovered some millions of pieces of eight and had carried it all to the Havana. But they added present about three hundred fifty thousand pieces of Eight and silver than upon the spot and our daily taking up. More in the meantime two ships and three sloops fitted out from Jamaica Barbados Etcetera under Captain Henry Jennings sailed to the golf and found the Spaniards there upon the rack. The money before spoken of was left on shore deposited in a storehouse under the government of two commissaries and a guard of about sixty soldiers..

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"daniel defoe" Discussed on Boring Books for Bedtime

Boring Books for Bedtime

02:57 min | 2 years ago

"daniel defoe" Discussed on Boring Books for Bedtime

"Where if they carry in but strong liquor. They indulge a time and become ready for new expeditions before any intelligence can reach. Turn them it. May here perhaps be no unnecessary digression to explain upon what they call keys in the West indies. These are small sandy islands appearing a little above the surface of the water with only a few bushes or weeds upon them but a bound those most any distance from the main with turtle amphibious animals. That always choose the quietest and most unfrequented place for laying their eggs which are to a vast number in the seasons and would seldom be seen but for this except by pirates then vessels from Jamaica and the other governments make voyages called turtle ing for supplying the people a common and approved food with them. I am apt to think these keys. Especially those Nye islands to have been once contiguous with them and separated by earthquakes frequently there or inundations because some of them that have been within continual view as those nine Jamaica are observed within our time to be entirely wasted away and lost and others daily. Wasting there are not only of the use above taken notice off to pirates but it is commonly believed were always in buccaneering piratical times the hiding places for their riches and often times a shelter for themselves till their friends on the main had found means to obtain indemnity for their crimes for you must understand when acts of grace were more frequent and the laws less severe these men continually found favors and encourage hers at Jamaica and perhaps they are not all dead yet. I have been told many of them. Still living have been the same trade and left it off only because they can live as well honestly and gain now at the hazard of others. Nex secondly another reason why the seas chose by pirates is the great commerce thir- by French Spaniards.

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"daniel defoe" Discussed on Boring Books for Bedtime

Boring Books for Bedtime

03:02 min | 2 years ago

"daniel defoe" Discussed on Boring Books for Bedtime

"A native in the city of Middle Leney and the island of last POWs in the gene. See a fellow of ordinary birth coup being bred the see I out from bence upon the pirating account with only one small Vassall but by the prizes he took he gained immense researches so that getting a great number of large ships all the bold. And dissolute fellows of those islands flocked to him and listed in his service for the hopes of booty so that his strength was increased to her formidable flame with these he performed such bold and adventurous actions that he became the terror of the seas. About this time. It happened. That Salim. You Timmy. King of Algiers having refused to pay the accustomed tribute to the Spaniards was apprehensive of an invasion from thence wherefore he treated with Barbara Ruse upon the foot of an ally to come and assist him and deliver him from paying this. Barbara's readily came into it and sailing to Algiers with a great fleet. He put part of his men on shore and having laid a plot to surprise the city he affected with great success and murdered Salim in a bath soon after which he was himself crowned King of Algiers after this he made war upon Abdel Up Day King of Tunis and overthrew him in battle he extended his conquests on all sides and thus from a thief became a mighty king and though he was at last killed in battle yet he had so well established himself upon that throne that dying without issue. He left the inheritance of the kingdom to his brother. Another pirate I come now to speak of the pirates infesting. The West indies where they are more numerous than any other parts of the world on several reasons first because there are so many uninhabited little islands and keys with Harper's convenient and secure for cleaning their Sol's and abounding with what they often want provision..

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"daniel defoe" Discussed on Boring Books for Bedtime

Boring Books for Bedtime

05:42 min | 2 years ago

"daniel defoe" Discussed on Boring Books for Bedtime

"In the meantime he applied himself to Junius then governor of Asia to whom it belonged to judge and determine the punishment of these men but Junius finding there was no money to be had answered. Caesar that he would think at his leisure. What was to be done with those prisoners? Caesar took his leave of him. Returned back to progress and commanded that the prisoner should be brought out and executed according to law in that case provided which is taken notice off in a chapter at the end of this book concerning the laws in cases of piracy and thus he gave them that punishment in earnest which he had often threatened them with ingest. Caesar went straight to Rome where being engaged in the designs of his own. Private ambition has were almost all the leading men in Rome. The pirates who were left had time to increase to a prodigious trying for a while the civil wars lasted the seas were left unguarded. So that plutarch tells us that they erected diverse arsenals full of all men are of warlike stores made commodious harbors setup watch towers and beacons all on the coasts of. Cilicia that they had a mighty fleet well equipped and furnished with Golly it's of ores manned not only with men of desperate courage but also with expert pilots and mariners. They had their ships of force and light penises for cruising and making discoveries in awe no less than a thousand sale so gloriously set out that they were as much to be envied for their gallant show as feared for their force having the stern and quarters all gilded with gold and their oars plated with silver as well as purple sales has their greatest died had been to glory in their iniquity nor were they content with committing. Piracy's and insolence is by sea. They committed his great depredations by land or rather made conquests for they took and sacked no less than four hundred cities laid several others under contributions plundered the temples of the gods and enrich themselves with the offerings deposited in them when they often landed bodies of men who not only plundered the villages along the seacoast but ransacked the fine houses of the noblemen along the Tiber a body of them once took six Tilles and beliefs to Roman predators in their purple robes. Going from Rome to their governments and carried them away. With all their sergeants officers and diverge hers they also took the daughter of Antonius a consular person and one who had obtained the honor of triumph as she was going to the country house of her father her but what was most barbarous was custom they had when they took any ship of enquiring of the person on board concerning their names and country if any of them said he was a Roman they fell down upon their knees as if in a fright at the greatness of that name and begged pardon for what they had done and imploring his mercy they used to perform the offices of servants about his person and when they found they had deceived him into a belief of there being sincere they hung out the letter of the ship and coming with a show of courtesy told him he had his liberty desiring him to walk out of the ship and this in the middle of the sea and when they observed him in surprise as was natural they used to throw him overboard with mighty shouts of laughter so wanting they were in their cruelty thus while Rome was mistress off of the world she suffered insults and affronts almost at her gates from these powerful robbers but what for a while made faction sees and rows the genius of that people never used to suffer wrong from fair enemy was an excessive scarcity of provisions and Rome occasioned by all the ships loaded with corn and provisions from Sicily Corsica and other places being intercepted and taken by these pirates in so much that they were almost reduced to a famine upon this pompey. The great was immediately appointed General to manage.

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"daniel defoe" Discussed on Boring Books for Bedtime

Boring Books for Bedtime

11:43 min | 2 years ago

"daniel defoe" Discussed on Boring Books for Bedtime

"Ps it will be necessary to add a word or two to this preface in order to inform the reader that there are several material additions made to this second impression which swelling the book in. Balkh must have consequence at a small matter to its price. The first impression having been received so much success by the public occasioned very earnest demand for a second in the meantime several persons who had been taken by the pirates as well as others who had been concerned in taking up them have been so kind to communicate several facts and circumstances to us which had escaped us in the first impression this occasioned some delay therefore if we have not brought it out as soon as wished it was to render it the more complete we shall not enter into a detail of all the new matter inserted here but the description of the islands Saint Thomas Etcetera and that of Brazil are not to be passed by without a little notice. It must be observed that are speculative mathematicians and geographers who are no doubt men of the greatest learning seldom travel farther than their cloisters for their knowledge. Etcetera are therefore unqualified to give us a good description of countries. It is for this reason that all our maps and atlases are so much drizzly faulty breath. These gentlemen are obliged to take their accounts from the reports of illiterate men. It must be noted also that when the masters of ships make discoveries this way they are not fond of communicating them. A Man's knowing this or that coast better than others recommend seeming his business and makes him more useful until no more. Discover it than tradesman. Well the mystery of his trade the gentleman who has taken the pains to make these observations is Mr Atkins a surgeon and ingenious man in his own profession and one who is not tied down by any narrow considerations from doing a service to the public and has been pleased generously to communicate them for the good of others. I don't doubt but his observations will be found curious and very serviceable to such as trade to those parts. Besides a method of trade is here laid down with the Portuguese which may prove of Great Prophet to some of our countrymen if followed according to his plan. It is hoped these things will satisfy the public that the author of the following sheets considered nothing so much as making the book useful though he has been informed that some gentlemen have raised an objection against the truth of its contents. Viz that it seems calculated to entertain and divert if the facts are related with some agreeable nece and life. We hope it will not be imputed as a fault but as to its credit we can assure them that seafaring men that is all that know the nature of these things have not been able to make the least objection to its credit and he will be bold to affirm that there is not a fact or circumstance in the whole book but he is able to prove by credible witnesses there have been some other pirates. Besides those whose history are here related such as our hereafter named and their adventures are extravagant and full of mischief. As those who are the subject of this book the author has already begun to digest them into method and as soon as he receives some materials to make them complete which he shortly expects from the West indies. If the public gives him encouragement he intends to venture upon a second volume history of the pirates introduction as the pirates in the West indies have been so formidable and numerous that they have interrupted the trade of Europe into those parts and our English merchants in particular have suffered more by their depredations than by the United Force of France and Spain in the late war. We do not doubt but the world will be curious to know the original who and progress of these desperadoes who were the terror of the trading part of the world but before we enter upon their particular history. It will not be amiss by way of introduction to show by some examples drawn from his stray the great mischief endanger which Threaten Kingdoms and commonwealths from the increase of these sort of robbers when either by the troubles of particular times or the neglect of governments. They are not crushed before they gather strength. It has been the case heretofore that when a single pirate has been suffered to range the sees as not being worth the notice of government he has by degrees grown so powerful as to them to the expense of a great deal of blood and treasure before he was suppressed. We shall not exam and how it came to pass that are pirates in the West indies have continually increased till of late. This is an inquiry which belongs to the legislature or representatives of the people in Parliament and to them we shall leave it. Our business shall be briefly to Xiao. What from beginnings inconsiderable as these other nations have suffered in the time stuff? Maria's and Cilla Rome was in her greatest strength yet. She was so torn in pieces by the factions up. Those two great men that everything which concerned the public good was altogether neglected when certain pirates broke out from Cecilia. A country of Asia minor situated on the coast of the Mediterranean betwixt Syria on the east from whence it is divided by Mount Taurus and Armenia. Minor on the West. This beginning was mean and inconsiderable having but two or three ships and a few men with which they cruised about the Greek islands taking such ships as we're very ill armed or weakly defended however by the Taking of many prizes. They soon increased in wealth and Power. The first action. There's which made a noise was taking up. Julius Caesar who was his yet a youth and who being obliged to fly from the cruelties of Silla. Who sought his life went into with the NIA and sojourned awhile with Nicomedes. King of that country in his return back by sea he was met with and taken by some of these pirates near the island of former Coosa. These pirates had a barbarous custom of tying their prisoners back to back and throwing them into the sea but supposing Caesar to be some person of high rank because of his purple robes and the number of attendance they thought it would be more for their profit to preserve him in hopes of receiving a great sum for his ransom therefore they told him he should have his liberty provided he would pay them twenty talents which they judged to be a very high demand in our money about three thousand six hundred pounds sterling. He smiled and of his own accord. Promised Them Fifty talents. They were both pleased and surprised at his answer and consented that several of his attendance should go by his direction and raised the money and he was left among these Ruffians. With no more than three attendance he passed eight and thirty days and seemed so little concerned or afraid that often when he went to sleep he used charge them not to make a noise threatening if they disturbed him to hang them all he also played dice with them and sometimes wrote verses dialogues which he used to repeat and also caused them to repeat and if they did not praise and admire them he would call them beasts and barbarians telling them he would them. They took all these as the sallies of juvenile humor and were rather diverted than displeased them at length. His attendance returned with his ransom which he paid and was discharged. He sailed for the port of my letham. Where as soon as he was arrived he used all his art and Industry. In fitting out a squadron of ships which he equipped and armed at his own charges and sailing inquest of the pirates. He surprised them as they laid anchor among the islands and took those who had taken him four with some others the money he founded upon them. He made prize up to reimburse his charges and carried the men to per Goma's or troy and they're secured.

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"daniel defoe" Discussed on Boring Books for Bedtime

Boring Books for Bedtime

02:40 min | 2 years ago

"daniel defoe" Discussed on Boring Books for Bedtime

"I must observe another thing. Is that the pirates. Generally shift their rovings. According to the season of the year in the summer they cruise mostly along the coast of the continent of America but the winters. They're being a little too cold for them. They follow the sun and go towards the islands at the approach of cold weather. Every man who has used the west India trade knows this to be true therefore since we are so well acquainted with all their motions. I cannot see why metaphor under a proper regulation may not go to the southward instead of lying up all the winter useless but I shall proceed too far in this inquiry I shall therefore quitted and say something of the following sheets which the author may venture to assure the reader that they have one thing to recommend them which is truth those facts which he himself was not an eyewitness of he had from the authentic relations of the persons concerned in taking the pirates as well as from the mouths of the pirates themselves after they were taken and he conceives. No Man can produce better testimonies to support the credit of any history. It will be observed that the account of the actions of Roberts runs into a greater length than that of any other pirate for which we can assign two reasons first because he ravaged the seas longer than the rest and of consequence there may be greater scene of business in his life secondly being resolved not to weary the reader with tiresome repetitions when we found the circumstances in Roberts's life and other pirates either as to piratical articles or anything else to be the same. We thought it best to give them. But once and chose Roberts life for that purpose he having made more noise in the world.

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Boring Books for Bedtime

04:30 min | 2 years ago

"daniel defoe" Discussed on Boring Books for Bedtime

"It is for this reason. We have sub joined to the work. A short abstract of the laws now in force against pirates and made choice of some particular cases which have been heretofore tried by which will appear what actions have and what have not been adjudged piracy. It is possible. This book may fall into the hands of some masters of ships and other honest mariners who frequently by contrary winds or tempests or other accidents incident two long voyages find themselves reduced to great distresses either through scarcity of provisions or want of stores. I say it may be direction to such. As those what lengths they may venture to go without violating the law of nations in case they should meet other ships at sea or be cast on some inhospitable shore which should refuse to trade with them for such things as are absolutely necessary for the preservation of their lives or the safety of the ship and cargo. We have given a few instances in the course of this history of the inducements men have to engage themselves headlong in a life of so much peril to themselves and so destructive to the navigation of the trading world to remedy which evil there seems to be but two ways either to find employment for the great numbers of Semen Turned Adrift. At the conclusion of a war and thereby prevent they're running into such undertakings or to guard sufficiently the coast of Africa. The West indies and other places where two pirates resort. I cannot but take notice in this place that during this long piece I have not so much is heard of a Dutch pirate. It is not that I take them to be honest to her than their neighbors. But when we account for it it will perhaps be a reproach to ourselves for want of industry. The reason I take to be that after Roy Moore when the Dutch ships are laid up. They have a fishery. Were there semen. Find immediate business and has comfortable bread as they had before had are the same recourse in their necessities. I'm certain we should find the same effect from it. For a fishery is a trade that cannot be overstocked. The Sea is wide enough for us. All and we'd need not quarrel for elbow room. It stores are infinite and will ever reward the laborer besides our own coast for the most part supplied the Dutch who employs several hundred sale constantly in the trade and so cell to us our own fish. I call it. Our own for the sovereignty of the British sees are to this day acknowledged us by the Dutch and all the neighbouring nations wherefore if there was a public spirit among us it would be well worth our while to establish a national fishery. Which would be the best. Means the world to prevent piracy employ number of the poor and ease the nation of a great burden by lowering the price of provisions. In general as well as of several other commodities. I need not bring any proof of what I advance this that there are multitudes of semen at this day unemployed.

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Harold Bloom: The Shadow of a Great Rock: A Literary Appreciation of the King James Bible

Bookworm

05:57 min | 2 years ago

Harold Bloom: The Shadow of a Great Rock: A Literary Appreciation of the King James Bible

"You know recently Harold Bloom died he was the figure of extrordinary controversy Oko Zinder other circumstances is he would have been just another professor but he was the professor who was defending the Western canon as he quoted which meant that he was talking about Shakespeare and Milton and of course his great of Shelley he studied how these writers in the Canon influenced each other he wrote a book called the Gang Society of influence he really became the writer of our time talking out that tradition now let's acknowledge that tradition is rarely taught in the university the way it was in the generation of Herald I had the pleasure and I would say the honor of talking to her world boom at his own apartment in New York I will say that I disagreed with him about many things things when we aired these interviews people wrote in Yes harold bloom was an elitist yes he was but we should have one of everything and there are leaders and there are populous and there are ever very kind of response that you can have two good richer this is harold boom from our conversation on bookworm unlike his book the Anatomy of influence literature is a way of life which seems a settled and masterful book the shadow of a great rock is audacious and I would like to say even dangerous which tells us that a great mind doesn't settle into somnolence or eternity it's always at work work and always making trouble this is the nature of the mind Harold Bloom my wife would appreciate how do you how do you feel you've spoken of the many controversies you've causes mentioned some of them in this book it's never going to see aw both well hated and well loved and particularly with I have to say about the New Testament here has already started Israel fury I've got nasty email nasty letters and even a couple of nasty anonymous phone calls you say that the ten handle translation of the old the New Testament is the breakthrough in Boston since they burned I mean he's both a great model a great writer and the Grand Bigot with that it's not full they were all bigots of goals they would all I'm very glad to see you and myself crucified angry anti-semites but it went with the territory as it were Tindale was martyred burned alive before he could finish his translation of what he called the Old Testament as you will notice throughout this look the shadow of a great rock I insist upon referring to it as the original testament Tomahawk the Hebrew Bible and what is called the New Testament by its proper name the belated testament which is also beginning to get into the usual difficulties but that's fun Tindale was burned alive before he could translate the prophets and most of the great writings and that's how a loss because tremendous writer in every way you compare to Shakespeare and Milton I would say that the greatest writer certain in English paps in any language I'm able to read is of course we shakespeare indeed have now reached a point where I've totally infuriated but I like doing that of course with them the horrible shakespeare establishment these dryers dust moldy fix calls by simply saying there is no God but God his name is William Shakes sure of course after Shakespeare you have to put chaucer stunning extraordinary writer without really Shakespeare did not have been possible then tindale and Milton I would say of almost equal imminence the English novel sales of Daniel Defoe and John Bunyan at its very beginning wouldn't have been possible without Tindale he was not a lyrical writer but a very great narrative genius I of course New Testament which was complete is the entire basis if the King James New Testament and is major writing is largely preserved in the Geneva Bible and subsequently in the King James Bible and various scholars who have said that it would be very difficult to think of the style of certain moments in King Lear without the Tim Daly an element in the Geneva Bible our I think basically justified you say that the two greatest works in the English language are composed really within a decade need

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"daniel defoe" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

04:11 min | 3 years ago

"daniel defoe" Discussed on ESPN FC

"That just spent after the Copley tiny two two, but at least they got a week this time, you know the game I definitely thought they showtimes by the end of that game. Talking about Roman before we do that. Okay. And it's I mean, if it doesn't happen, it's going to be because of goal difference. But I was. I was I was thinking about this goal difference may not come into it. So this scenario that what needs to happen for role Mont to do if I remember correctly, and you guys have all studied this, but. Show. Roman need to catch talent in terms of goal difference. The head to head between Roman days is even because they've. I think what you're thrill both. Yeah. And basically, they I mean if they win against bottom at home, they go to sixty six points and so they would need obviously to lose and because the head to head with the same they would need a goal swing. And they're in the favor think it's like nine goals, or something, which is difficult admittedly, but it's possible. No. Miraculously. We're talking about a team. This is. Gordon. OC and his final outing. And this is a natural Troon so should to did OC. Last ever game at the stabber lean it's happens. Hatrick. This is romance. This is reality. To. Andre -ality last game. This is come under cloud because of the way that he's affectively been shown the door to the club. We touched upon this last week. If you remember when don't be laugh the whole thing where they stopped the game. And he's the microphone and he read that that statement was very sweet. But the age of forty ripen young. Yeah but you the fans derided, but they don't see apparently not getting that apparently he's just kind of like playing and then doing a lap at the end for from what I understand. The parents can change the show, much bile from not just the public opinion against. This is this is a man who is just on another level. What if I was Roman Jim that you'd be a man in forty years older? Probably lot. Wealthier. How would you have handled it extended his contract? It's posting. Why? Because he's not old. He's not old and he's not a guy who's a hindrance to the squad. He doesn't. He doesn't have an ego, that's bigger than that of the teams which I did believe to be true, if both didn't. And he is a guy who's happy to the line. Here's a guy who's resulted tuitions with them also at a team, that's very, very young. And I think that he's added value even if he doesn't play every single game. So I would extended his contract, or at least discussed it with him, much prior to just turning around and saying, well, I decided three weeks before the end of the season that we're going to extend your contract considering the way that room has played the season considering how unhappy the fans are considering the good PR that they needed. This was not the right time to do something so absolutely ridiculous in my opinion, and it's fed, there are signs in New York, there's Hines in Miami. Their signs in London all Sydney, in various watching events. G member the Venga out, it's become a little bit like this with Darrow C. I thought it was particularly touching as well that in, in you've. As game. They also had abandoned lets you have abandoned Paolo mentioned all Daniel Defoe. See because he's not just any other player. He is an icon and still too young to have been for me. Anyway, to have this treatment. I mean I, I understand the I understand the business expected here in that. He's his contract is for longtime been a very expensive..

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"daniel defoe" Discussed on KNST AM 790

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02:06 min | 3 years ago

"daniel defoe" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Ritual. Meager Lewis can STI seven ninety Tucson's. Most stimulating dog. Three things. I think you need to know number one. This is just out President Trump's approval rating daily promoting Rasmussen now up to fifty two percents. Fifty two. But but nobody likes what he's doing even though he's crushing where Obama was the same point in his presidency. But everybody loved Obama. Nobody likes Trump. No. I don't think. So I don't think so. Second thing. But I watched the Grammys, and they all hate it. Nope. I don't think so. Second thing. I think you need to know President Trump. Pretty much given up on the bipartisan bullcrap commission on getting border security under something because Democrats don't want to give him the money. He wants for the border wall. And they actually want to limit the amount of bed space to house illegal aliens arrested by ice they wanna limit it. So then what if you hit that limit while, then you gotta let them go. They literally want to let them go. Wow. Yep. Third thing. I think you need to know, Regina Romero. These socialist council person. No, I may democratic socialists. No, I may democrat. No, you're a socialist sister is give it up you probably too stupid, even realize it who knows you are bad. She wants no Gallus. She agrees. No gal. She wants. No gals to take Daniel Defoe gal she joins. No gals wrote a letter. I applaud you. I'm with you take down the razor wire on top of the fence, tag it down. It's terrible way to hear why it's coming up three things. I think you need to know matter of fact, before we played the soundbites, I got a a late evening. Deanna sent me. A message. When I worked dispatched Gallus, I could see the traffic going over the wall from the cameras on Halloween. I witness little kids jumping over the wall to go trick or treating. With no problem in costume, the wires need to stay up..

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