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"walter raleigh" Discussed on The Gentlemen of Elegant Leisure

The Gentlemen of Elegant Leisure

02:27 min | 1 year ago

"walter raleigh" Discussed on The Gentlemen of Elegant Leisure

"But mine is not related to meeting. Bob Newhart or anything like that? Here it because it's the funny youngest person I'm born in nineteen sixty nine. So the Bob Newhart show is an existence by the time. I've aware of TV right, right? Like by the time. I'm aware that there's shows on a regular basis. The Bob Newhart show is one of them is one of those constants. And so I know that and then the Bob Newhart show. I think went off the air, maybe seventy eight maybe seventy nine right, right? So now what was done and then a few years later going through old records in the basement. I come across an album with a guy that looks kind of like Bob Newhart, but like a young guy really and his name. This is this is where it gets dumped is Bob Newhart. That's what coincidence could I'm thinking because I'm a kid like what is really are. The odds of a guy that looks sorta like Bob Newhart would have album. All now. And then so I played it. And so I discovered comedian. Yes, Bob Newhart when I was about eleven or twelve. Walter Raleigh, tried ABRAHAM LINCOLN of Madison Avenue, and so it was kind of neat to discover. But it was I felt so stupid in away afterwards because I thought Bob Newhart wasn't actor. Not a nightclub. Oh, right. That too. Reversal the old which rue as that's why it was such a delight to see him in nineteen Eighty-six because like Bob Newhart. To do driving a structure. But Bob Newhart does one of those acts where there's a bunch of comedy. But not as much as you think. And then he's gonna show video clips. Some video clip show. Yeah. That is odd. Yeah. Which I'm going to give him some slack because he's ninety he's but he's up there. Anyway, that's my story. And I saw him twice. I saw him. Again. He came to the peony. I think the knee the Pacific national ExCo writ. I think he came at year that they did show that year. All right now. What are we gonna do? No, some time got another hour. I think that show. It just is killing time. Isn't it? Oh, we should've called killing time. Oh, maybe the two person show is called Killen killing time.

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"walter raleigh" Discussed on This Day in History Class

This Day in History Class

06:36 min | 1 year ago

"walter raleigh" Discussed on This Day in History Class

"When you're trying to hire somebody. It's all about finding the right person for the role. And so it's great to post your position somewhere that has an engaged community of people that are visiting really often and a place like that is linked in a lot of Lincoln members aren't really actively looking for a job. But they're opens new opportunities and a lot of the US workforce is on linked in. So new hire is made every ten seconds using Lincoln head to Lincoln dot com slash t d I h c for fifty dollars off your first job post. That's linked in dot com slash T. D H C to get fifty dollars off your first job post. Terms and conditions apply. Welcome to this day in history class from how stuff works dot com. And from the desk of stuff you missed in history class. It's the show where we explore the past one day at a time with a quick look at what happened today in history. Hello and welcome to the podcast, I'm Tracy v Wilson, and it's October twenty ninth, sir. Walter Raleigh was beheaded for treason on this day in sixteen eighteen sir. Walter Raleigh was the longtime favourite of Queen. Elizabeth the first he had been born in Devonshire to a family that was well established in the area, but not really wealthy or prominent they did have some pretty high up connections, though. One of these was the woman who served as Elizabeth's governess back when she was still a Princess rally also served as a captain in the army during the Tudor conquest of Ireland, and he was a captain of a unit that massacred Spanish and Italian troops were assisting Irish rebels there this massacre was horrifying. But it was also really how England treated rebels at the time. The response to rebellion was always swift and decisive and meant to deter any further rebellion by the middle of the fifteen eighty eighties though rally was well. Well, into Queen Elizabeth's good graces, he was knighted. She gave him all kinds of estates and land and monopolies on wine licenses and broadcloth exports. A lot of this was very lucrative after the death of his half, brother, sir. Humphrey Gilbert in fifteen eighty three Rollie also got a charter to colonize North America. This led to a series of expeditions that he planned and funded but didn't actually go on to you. What's now? The coast of North Carolina is included the infamous lost colony of Roanoke. And the reason that rally didn't personally go on any of these the Queen wanted him to stay with her in the early fifteen ninety s though rally almost lost the queen's favor forever by secretly marrying one of her maids of honour and having a child with her. He only started to earn the queen's forgiveness through more expeditions to try to seek treasure in the Americas and through fighting against Spain and the Anglo Spanish war. He had gotten some. Of his old positions and favors back. When Queen Elizabeth died in sixteen three and James I of England and sixth of Scotland became king almost immediately, sir. Walter Raleigh was suspected of treason. He was implicated in something called the main plot. This was a plot to overthrow the king and replace him with lady Arbella, Stuart this was a real plot. But Raleigh probably wasn't involved in it. But by the standards of the law of the day, he did commit treason. This is a very broad law. If you compass or imagined the death of the king that was treason and rally admittedly, did that he basically griped to his friends about how displeased he was with James the first and various ill wishes that he had toward him rally was sentenced to death. But given a last minute stay and instead sentenced to life in the tower of London where he spent the next thirteen years with the staff of servants and daily viz. It's from his wife and son and another son who was born to them in sixteen o five in sixteen sixteen Raleigh convinced King James that he could find gold in the Americas and James allowed him to leave prison and go look for it. And mount another expedition on one condition that condition was that he not attack or harm any Spanish vessels or settlements or people or any of that England was finally not at war with Spain. And James didn't really want that change at all. But this whole thing went wrong, sir. Walter Raleigh got sick and his second in command Lawrence kiemes, sometimes called Lawrence kimes, headed takeover kiemes attacked Spanish force, which was exactly the thing that they had been told explicitly not to do. And then on top of the fact that they attacked Spanish force. They did not find any gold rally was so unrelenting after this that keeps took his own life Spain demanded restitution for what rally in his expedition had done. And so instead of putting him on trial for that expedition in for those actions, they instead just revived the death penalty for treason that he had been given earlier on. So he was beheaded on October twenty ninth at sixteen eighteen and a very theatrical execution. His head was delivered to his widow in a bag and she reportedly kept it for the next twenty nine years until her own death rally himself, reportedly haunts, the tower of London today, of course, there is a whole lot more to the life of, sir. Walter Raleigh, and even to the main plot in this whole execution, and you can learn more about it in the October twenty second twenty eighteen episode of stuff you missed in history class. Thanks so much Dettori here than for her audio work on this show. You can subscribe to this day in history class on apple podcast, Google podcasts. And wherever else you get your podcasts, and you can tune in tomorrow frayed, dramatic radio story, maybe a little too dramatic. 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"walter raleigh" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

Stuff You Missed in History Class

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"walter raleigh" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

"Missing history. That is where you will find our Facebook and our Twitter and our Pinterest and our Instagram. You can come to our website which is missed in history dot com. And you will find show notes for all the roads that highly and I have ever done together intimate searchable archive of every episode ever and you can subscribe to our show wherever it is that you're listening to the spot cast. For more on this and southlands of other topics visit how stuff works dot com. Hi, I'm Bethnal from redux and I'm Peter mcnerney from the story pirates and where parents comedian and the hosts of we knows parenting. That's true. But here's the thing. If we're being honest, we don't really know that much about parenting. I mean, we do have a two and four year old and we've managed to keep them alive. But seriously, is there a right way to do this? Are you asking me, no, Peter? I know you don't know the. I got nervous there each week. We unpack what we know and don't know about how to raise kids. Well, our kids. Yeah, we've never met your kids. So really, I don't know what to tell you. You want expert opinions, child, psychology, cool, parenting, hacks. I'm sure there's a show for that each week on our show. We hear our personal parenting triumphs and failure and failures. Say failures because we knows parenting is hard. Maybe you can relate. You can find. We knows parenting on apple podcasts or wherever you get your podcasts.

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"walter raleigh" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

Stuff You Missed in History Class

05:05 min | 1 year ago

"walter raleigh" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

"Combative instead of gallant and poetic. This didn't really work out though, and public opinion grew that Walter rally had been unfairly sacrificed to appease Spain, and that England had lost a worthy gentleman by executing him. His popularity really grew after his death, partly because he was so emblematic of this idea of a renaissance man and an Elizabethan. Right. He was handsome and valiant and chivalrous, and he was a writer and a statesman in addition to being an explorer. So he kind of had this whole very romanticized package, especially if you overlook some of the other parts of his life like the massacre that he helped orchestrate and all that brawling. I'm still back on Brawley Raleigh, which brings us to that cloak story. It is probably apocryphal, but it has really stuck around and it's often repeated. As fact. I know I heard it like as part of a lesson in elementary school. Oh yeah. On how to remember who he was. I found it in very reputable websites as like a real thing that happened. Yeah. And a big part of that is because based on rallies personality and everything we've talked about today, you can think yet, but he would probably be the type of guy who would do something kind of not just chivalrous, but also a little showy that way, like that's kind of show boat. He moved to be like no walk, beautiful clothes. And this cloak story. The earliest record of it we have is from history of the worthies of England written by Thomas fuller in sixteen sixty two. Since it's such an iconic story, it seemed like a good way to end today's show. So here's how Thomas fuller recounts it quote this captain Raleigh coming out of Ireland to the English court in good habit. His clothes being then a considerable part of his estate found the Queen walking till meeting with a plastic place. She seemed to scruple going there on presently Raleigh cast and spread his new plush cloak on the ground where I'm the Queen trod, gently rewarding him afterwards with many suits for his so free and seasonable tender of so fair afoot cloth this an advantageous admission into the first notice of a prince as more than half a degree to preferment deal. Also have listener mail that may or may not involve. Beheading. It doesn't involve any beheading, not would be extremely sad based on what this emails going to be about. Oh, phooey. I ruined it. No, this is one of those emails that I got, and it was just such a delightful Email that it completely brightened my day, and I wanted to share it with everyone because it made me that happy and the subject line of it is my dog. The historian hound. And it's from Rachel and Rachel says. So I just had to Email you guys because I have discovered the greatest thing first off. I love your show so much. I've always loved learning about a wide range of things in your podcast has so many topics and you to make it so easy to listen to, but that is not the real reason I am writing. You were my dog's favorite podcast. We got our dog Momo in may and originally she didn't find baths. But as we have gotten into a rainy and rather muddy fall, she has started to hate getting in the tub. I almost always listen to the podcast when I bathe her just to make it less of a chore for me. But the craziest thing has started to happen, whatever I put stuff you missed in history class on, she will actually willingly go into the bathroom instead of hiding under the table or in the closet. Not only that, but when I turn the water on, she just sits down and his fine normally shaking and trying to escape the whole time. Even with other podcasts on, I have to put it down to you to you must be dog whispers either that or my dog is a major history buff. Whatever the reason I'm so excited to have discovered a way to give her a bath that isn't stressful for either of us. Thank you. Thank you. Thank you, Rachel and Momo. PS MoMA would appreciate it. If you did more episodes on dogs or the history of some famous pooches p p s I've also included some pictures of a freshly bathed dog as proof, and it is followed by adorable picture of Momo dog who is wearing like a little doggy jacket with little dragon scales down the back, and I love it and I love Momo. Momo is the best dog Lewis a girl definitely like Momo is the best. I'm not even really a dog person, but I was so delighted by this whole situation that I was like looking at the best girl. I hope memo's listening to this right now being really excited. Yeah, I am a dog person and I know mos- painfully cute. Painfully I would go. So my rebuff met dog. The moment would be like no more history lady. Thank you so much Rachel for sharing the story with us and for sending the picture of Momo. It really did. Absolutely. Measurably brightened my day a whole lot. And obviously I am still delighted. So if you would like to send us pictures of your dog or stories about your dogs, having baths or any other pet pictures or other animal stories, we are history podcast at how stuff works dot com. And then we're all over social media at missing

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"walter raleigh" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

Stuff You Missed in History Class

07:03 min | 1 year ago

"walter raleigh" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

"James and his general ill wishing of the monarch. So even though his definitely real imagining of the death of the king was basically just a bunch of idle griping among his friends. It's still counted as treason under the law on December nine, six, three, Walter Raleigh, and the other condemned men were taken out to the scaffold one at a time to be executed. But each one was given a last minute stay and sentenced to imprisonment instead. Raleigh was sentenced to life in the tower of London. He spent the next thirteen years in prison in the tower. But honestly, this was a pretty luxurious incarceration. He had a large apartment suite with live in servants and a laboratory in the library and daily visits from his wife and their son. Walter who had been born in fifteen ninety three. They had a second son in sixteen o five while rally was still incarcerated and the rest of the family moved into a home on tower hill to be closer to the incarcerated welter and make it easier for all these daily visits to happen. Rally spent a lot of this time writing while in the tower. He wrote a morality book for boys called instructions to his son, and he also wrote the history of the world which started with creation and went to the second Macedonian war. In one Forty-six BC he dedicated it to James's son Henry who he also tutored while imprisoned Henry advocated for rallies release, but died in sixteen twelve before he had. Cured it. This, this history of the world was five volumes. Something like a million words long and was clearly meant to be the first in a series that was going to then go on to cover the rest of the history of the world after one forty, six. Finally, M16. sixteen rally convinced King James to let him out of prison. James needed money and Raleigh made it sound like he could locate riches in South America based on his previous voyage along the river. He was given leave to do this on one condition that he not attacks pain in any way. The Anglo Spanish war was finally over and James did not want to do anything to start it up. Again, plus Spain hidden insisted that if rally did cause any trouble to its subjects that he would be sent to Madrid for trial rally was released from the tower on March nineteenth of sixteen sixteen at the age of about sixty two. But this voyage went terribly Raleigh was on board as a civilian and his friend Lawrence kiemes who you'll also see spilled kimes with. No, I in it was the one in charge. I like how just not leaving the eye and there is a running theme in names. Kiemes attacked the Spanish. Colonial town of Santo may killing its governor, which was literally the thing they were not supposed to do. The younger Walter Raleigh was also with them on this expedition, and he was killed in the battle. Also they didn't find the gold mine that hit inspired them to go on this expedition in the first place, rally, berated KEMA. So incessantly about the death of his son and the failure to find a mine that he took his own life. Raleigh wrote a massive apology for this whole incident on the way home at once he got there, he tried to use his illness to by himself some more time, but Spain demanded retribution for what had happened on this footage and ultimately raleigh's death sentence from the main plot. Back in sixteen o three was reinstated. He was taken to the scaffold outside the palace of Westminster on October twenty ninth sixteen eighteen. He gave a speech before being executed, which was typical, but he didn't admit any guilt or ask. Ask for the king's forgiveness, which was not typical. Instead, according to newsletter writer, John Pori, the speech began quote, I give God, thanks. I am come to die in the light and not in the darkness. And then he went on to justify what he had done and forgive his accusers, but also to deny his own guilt for a total of about forty, five minutes. It went on to be a very dramatic and theatrical execution. Raleigh refuse to warm himself by the fire that was there specifically for that purpose reportedly he also asked to see the executioners acts and then after looking at it, he said, this is a sharp medicine, but it is a physician for all diseases and miseries. He comforted the executioner before placing his head on the stand. And then when the executioner didn't immediately begin the whole beheading process. Rally said something along the lines of strike man's strike and it took two blows to decapitate him. A bystander reportedly said, quote, we have not. Another head to be cut off. Again, in the words of John Pori quote, every man that saucer Walter Raleigh die said it was impossible for any man to show more decorum courage or piety, and that his death will do more hurt to the faction that sought it than ever his life could have done. Riley, body minus the head was buried at the church of St. Margaret's. Westminster, his head was placed in a red leather bag and given to his widow bests who reportedly kept it for the rest of her life, which was twenty nine more years. Often, this head is described as having been in bombed, and there are reports that she might have kept it in a glass case and not in a bag. There's like, this is one of those stories where I kinda go for real. The seems a little fishy to me and maybe apocryphal, but their son carroo took possession of this head reportedly after his mother's death and then had it buried with him when he died in sixteen sixty six at least that is. One possibility for the location of sir Walter rallies head Saint Mary's in west Horsely has also said it is the resting place of sir Walter rallies head because Kerry had it buried there when his own sons died during a plague. So it is unclear, but there are multiple sources that say, his head Sayed separate from his buddy and got carried around for a couple or three decades. I'm, I'm a little lost in thought over what one would do with a head of your beloved. Like do you look at it? You just leave it in the bag and pretend it's not there, but no, it's they're like, I know there's a lot of debts. There's a lot of debunking about various things about sir Walter rallies life. But this head I did not find any debunking. Today, sir. Walter Raleigh is one of the ghosts purportedly haunting the tower of London. He also reportedly haunts Beddington in south London where he owned land in where his wife had requested to be buried after the execution. There were also rumors that he was actually buried there in secret during his life rally had not been particularly beloved by the public at large, but his execution as indicated by some of the quotes we read earlier really earned him a lot of sympathy so much sympathy that the crown commissioned its own right up of execution, which made him sound arrogant and combative

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"walter raleigh" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

Stuff You Missed in History Class

06:47 min | 1 year ago

"walter raleigh" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

"In February of fifty. Nine ninety five Walter Raleigh. Got the queen's permission to go on an expedition on the orange ochre river. And what's now Venezuela, which at the time was known as Jonah. He was searching for the fabled city of El Dorado and Robert Devereux. Earl of Essex went on this expedition as well. This is one of times that they were getting along. They did not find a city of gold though, but Raleigh did write a book called the discovery of Ghana, which came out in fifteen ninety six. This book was extremely popular than it was reprinted. Four times that year. The also seems to have brought an indigenous boy of about ten or twelve back with him who he adopted. The Anglo Spanish war was still ongoing and Raleigh, and Essex were both part of a raid on the Spanish port of Cadiz in fifteen ninety six which destroyed more than thirty Spanish ships. Rally was seriously wounded in the thought by which never fully healed. But this was a victory for England and a somewhat lucrative one. So he did start to win back some of the queen's affections. She eventually allowed him back to court and restored him to his position as the captain of the queen's guard with things starting to turn around after this Orinoco expedition and the raid on kitties soon, Elizabeth's was starting to bestow more favors on Wall Street rally again, including making him the governor of the isle of jersey in sixteen hundred. And she granted him an monopoly on playing cards as well. I'm telling you with the fabric in the wind and the playing cards. He really had the entertainment market cornered. Then in sixteen o one, the Earl of Essex rebelled against the Queen and Raleigh helped put down that rebellion, Essex was executed for treason. The Queen was devastated. But this meant that raleigh's chief rival at court was dead rally was widely reported as gloating over Essex as execution. In reality, he seems to have been a little more conflicted over it. The two men have really been close earlier on in their lives in Raleigh, didn't attend the execution, even though he was expected to as captain of the queen's guard. But rallies returns who relative favor at court was pretty short lived because Queen Elizabeth died in sixteen three. James, the I of England and six of Scotland became king and James didn't particularly like Raleigh. Raleigh also had a lot of enemies at court. Some of whom had convinced the king that Raleigh was ready to back rival claimant to the throne. This rumor was not particularly realistic. It involved a Spanish claimant to this Roane and rally had spent much of his military career fighting against Spain. He was also against the idea of England ending the ongoing Anglo Spanish war, and he even wrote a treatise about it. So the idea that he would support a Spanish monarch while also advocating continue. Doing the war with Spain, just doesn't make much sense. But soon rally had way bigger problems than these rumors in November of sixteen three. He was charged with treason and plot overthrew King James. This plot was known as the main plot m. a. i. n. it got its name because of its relationship to a lesser weirder plot, known as the bye plot. And that's by leg BYU e by. It cracks me up that the names that they settled on for these two plots are solely about their relationship to one another, and neither of them is about what the plot was actually meant involved. Yeah, the bye plot was discovered. I and it was a conspiracy among Catholic priests and lay people to kidnap the king in the spring of sixteen o three. Their goal was to force him to grant religious tolerance to Catholics and Puritans into place Catholics in office on July eighteenth, sixteen three, George, Brooke was giving testimony about this plot and as he was doing so he revealed that his brother Henry, Brooke Lord Kaban was involved in a whole different plot which was to kidnap the king murder him and replace him with lady Arbella Stuart. There were no real connections between the main plot and the biplane except for the fact that George and Henry Brooke were brothers and each of them was involved in one of these plots and that the authorities found out about the main plot while investigating the bye plot because of the connection between the brothers, Brooke, this is one of those things that if you wrote it in a forest, people would be like too far. The whole thing is so weird and convoluted during months of interogations Kaba made and retracted a whole huge string of changing confessions and accusations against rally. The most consistent and possibly believable charge was that Raleigh sought out a pension from Spain in exchange for providing information about British activities in the low countries or the Indies after Queen Elizabeth died Raleigh head once again, lost most of his estates and monopolies and other favors he needed money and it's possible that he needed it badly enough to be willing to exchange information for it either. Even to the Spanish rally was arrested based on condoms, accusations. I mean, even though they kept changing and he kept recanting them and then having a completely different story, the fact that he was implicating himself while making these accusations made people believe it more so rally was arrested. He was imprisoned in the tower on July twentieth of sixty three about a week later. He tried to stab himself with a table knife, but he struck a rib and didn't do a lot of lasting damage when Raleigh and the rest of the co conspirators were put on trial. He spoke in his own defense including answering some questions about his actions back in the siege of Smer wick in fifteen eighty. His response to these questions about whether he had acted appropriately was basically that he was following his commander's orders on November seventeenth rally in the co, conspirators in the main plot were found guilty and sentenced to death about two weeks later coven once again, retracted a lot of the accusations that he had made against Raleigh. So it's not. Really clear whether rally had any involvement at all in the main plot. Even this whole question about whether he was trying to get a pension from Spain. But regardless of that question, he was definitely guilty of treason under the terms of the law at the time because the treason act of fifteen thirty one included in its definition of treason. This quote, when Amanda compass or imagine the death of our Lord the king that was treason Raleigh had definitely been really vocal about his dislike of King James

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"walter raleigh" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

Stuff You Missed in History Class

10:32 min | 1 year ago

"walter raleigh" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

"Like we said at the top of the show, the rallied family wasn't all that providence, but they did have some pretty high up connections. One of these connections was Katherine, Ashley. She was Walter's aunt on his mother's side and she had been Queen Elizabeth's governess back when she was still a Princess starting before welter was born. After Elizabeth became Queen, Ashley became the chief gentlewoman of the privy chamber and then the chief dental woman of the bedchamber. And it might have been Catherine Ashley. He introduced Walter Raleigh to Queen Elizabeth. The introduction may also have been a byproduct of rallies military service after the massacre at Smer wick rally and his men search through the bodies of the soldiers and collected letters and other documents to deliver to London rally was the one who carried them there, which he did in December fifteen eighty regardless of exactly how rally made his first connection to Queen Elizabeth he quickly became a favourite. He was very tall and handsome flamboyant, and quite the flatter. Soon. Elizabeth just didn't want him to leave her side and fifteen eighty two, Sir. Humphrey Gilbert put together a scheme to resettle English Catholics in North America. Rally invested some money in it, but the Queen forbade him from personally going on the voyage, whence, you sent him on a mission to the low countries. Later that year she told him to write to her every day through the fifteen eighty s Raleigh continued to get more and more recognition and favors from the Queen. He was knighted on February six fifteen eighty five. He was also made warden of the stanleys or coal mining districts in Devon and Cornwall. He was also named Lord Lieutenant of Cornwall and vice Admiral of the west on top of all that the Queen granted rally multiple estates in England and Ireland, including Durham place on the strand, which is one of her favourite residences. She also gave him a monopoly on the sale of wine licenses and on the export of broadcloth at a lot of this was very lucrative. I mean fabric and wine, and he's got this thing covered in the middle of all of this in September fifteen eighty three, Sir, Humphrey Gilbert drowned in a shipwreck. He had recently claimed Newfoundland for England, and he had a Royal charter to try to colonize it after his death. Raleigh was granted a charter to explore and colonize North America. He was given, quote, free liberty and license from time to time, and at all times, forever hereafter to discover search, find out n. views such remote, heathen, and barbarous lands countries and territories not actually possessed of any Christian prince nor inhabited by Christian people. This was England's first meaningful attempt to establish a colony in North America as half brother had been kind of dabbling at this idea of colonizing Newfoundland. And there had, of course been lots of voyages back and forth between Europe and North America. But in terms of England attempting to establish a colony, this is. The first serious effort. So rally, I mounted a reconnaissance expedition in fifteen eighty four and that landed on the Outer Banks of what's now North Carolina. This reconnaissance expedition returned with at least two indigenous men known as Manlio and want cheese. They stayed at one of raleigh's residences when they arrived in England. Manto in one cheese were two of the first indigenous Americans to be brought to England, and they each obviously have their own stories outside the scope of Walter raleigh's, both of them return to North America with rallies next voyage in fifteen eighty five. The fifteen eighty-five voyage was intended to establish a colony, but this colony failed. The indigenous peoples in the area were divided in their opinions of the colonists. And this was also true of Mantilla would want cheese Manlio stayed with the colony to work as an interpreter and guide. But once she's left and warned his people that the English should not be trusted aside from this division and their relationships with the indigenous people in. The area. The colony was also struck by illness and a lack of planning and supplies. Windsor. Francis Drake coincidentally passed through the area on his way back from the Caribbean. Most of the colonists took the opportunity to go back to England with him. Mansio returned to England with sir. Francis Drake also rally planned one more expedition to North America and Mantilla traveled on that expedition. These colonists arrived in August fifteen eighty seven and became the famous lost colony of Roanoke. The colony's governor. John White was sent back to England for more supplies, but England was at war with Spain by the time that he got there and when white finally got back to North America in fifteen ninety, the colony was gone with the word Kroto in carved into a post as the only evidence that anyone had ever been. There. Archaeologist tried to work out exactly what happened in this comes up from time to time on earth. It's one of every history buff favourite mysteries. Partly to bring tourists seeing outdoor drama and to launch an entire TV series. So these expeditions are y, Walter Raleigh is often incorrectly credited with introducing potatoes and tobacco to England and Ireland specifically or to Europe in general. But number one, he didn't go on any of these personally. The Queen did not want him to go, but potatoes were introduced to Spain or than a decade before these voyages took place. And I had also established trade with Spain, four rallies voyages. So it's entirely possible that there were potatoes in Ireland before ships from raleigh's expeditions arrived there with potatoes onboard, and there were definitely potatoes elsewhere in Europe for sure way before any of this happened. Tobacco was also introduced to Europe long before rallies and had been grown in England for more than ten years before his first ships left for North America. Rally probably did help popularize its use in England though. Oh, so like I said earlier, Walter rally didn't go on any of these actual voyages. And even though they weren't particularly successful, his position continued to rise at court while he stayed behind and fifteen eighty six or fifteen eighty seven Raleigh was made captain of the queen's personal guard. The Anglo Spanish war started just before that happened in fifteen eighty five and Raleigh served on the war council. He also helped organize the Devon militia to fight against the Spanish armada in fifteen eighty eight. He also commissioned a ship called the ark rally that he gave to the Queen who renamed it the ark Royal and made it the flagship of the British naval fleet. Throughout all of this rally was making friends and enemies at and outside of court. He was friends with poet. Edmund Spenser and introduced him to Queen Elizabeth Spencer was later named poet laureate and he wrote the fairy Queen. One of the great epic poems in English. In part as an allegory about. Elizabeth, the first and the tutors. Raleigh also wrote a couple of Commendatore sonnets for the fairy Queen, and he makes a number of appearances in Spencer's work. And as a side note, Spencer also served England during the Desmond rebellion as Lord grace secretary. If you had to read the fairy Queen, just hypothetically, when you were studying literature in college and you didn't find it a particularly enjoyable experience to just blame Walter Raleigh, having made all that possible. And I do. So on the other end of the spectrum was Robert Devereux Earl of Essex. He was sometimes rallies friend and sometimes really his adversary and always his rival for the queen's attention. The disputes that rally started having with Essex almost led them to a duel, and then there was the relationship that caused rally to fall out of the queen's favour, almost for good. He started a secret relationship with Elizabeth Throckmorton known as Bess. One of the queen's maids of honour. She wasn't supposed to marry without the queen's approval. But when she became pregnant with raleigh's child, they got married in secret and Bess left the court to give birth best delivered a son named Dame ary. We're not sure on that pronunciation on March twenty. Ninth fifteen ninety two. And this was during the better part of rallies relationship with the Earl of Essex, who was the baby's godfather best came back to court in April and. Dan Walzer both tried to keep their marriage and baby secret from the Queen. Of course, that idea was doomed to failure. Walter and best apologized the Queen. After she found out that they were secretly married and had a secret baby. But neither of them seemed all that sincere about their apology and not just made things worse. So Queen Elizabeth had been imprisoned in separate quarters in the tower of London. Walter was released from the tower after one of his ships returned to port with a massive Portuguese ship into the Mudra deals. There were concerned that rallies crew who's going to mutiny. So he was released to go down to the docks and try to keep everything in order. And once the Queen took most of the treasure, she finally released both Walter and best from the tower. Although she banished Walter from court and stripped him of all his estates and privileges the rallies went back to his home of Devonshire and sadly, Damer rally died while still a baby while banished from court. Walter rally spent some time. Hanging out with some of the most notable literary figures of the time including William Shakespeare and Ben Jonson. Although he was banned from court until fifteen ninety seven rally figured out a way he might win back the queen's good graces in fifteen ninety five and we're gonna get to that after we take another little pause for a sponsor break. If you're going to build something from nothing, you've got to know what really works. I took a thousand dollar loan and built a five billion dollar business. And now I make smart investments, new businesses on shark tank. I'm Barbara Corcoran. Now I'm sharing my secrets on my podcast called business unusual. 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"walter raleigh" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

Stuff You Missed in History Class

11:33 min | 1 year ago

"walter raleigh" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

"U-turns is a new podcast from how stuff works hosted by Lisa is and Jill hers. It's all about change and how people say that changes really hard, but it's possible to make it feel good show is all about switching directions without winding up, totally lost co, Lisa Oz Jill hers. Dig into all kinds of questions about change in u-turns. That's why. Oh, you turns join them as they navigate their own life changes and talk about exploration, experimentation, and transformation that's u-turns on podcasts or wherever else you get podcasts. Hey, everybody before we get started with this episode, we have one last live show to announce for twenty eighteen. We will be in New Orleans, Louisiana at the national World War, Two museum on Tuesday, November six, okay. We know that's election day, but we don't want coming to our show to keep you from the polls. We are both gonna vote early before we leave for New Orleans and Louisiana offers early voting as well. So we. Encourage you to do so you can find out more about this show and get a link to buy tickets at missed in history dot com. Slash tour. We'll come to you stuff. You missed in history class from how stuff works dot com. Hello and welcome to the podcast. I'm Tracy v Wilson, then I'm Holly fry as spokes. Probably. No. I grew up in North Carolina and its capital Raleigh is named after sir, Walter Raleigh. And aside from that fact, here are the things I could've told you about our Walter Raleigh before researching today's podcast, number one, he wrote some poems. I probably could not name any of them. There's actually a reason for that. He on purpose didn't publish most of them during his lifetime. He tried to keep his name out of it. But anyway, I knew he wrote some poems couldn't really say which ones number two, he was Queen Elizabeth, the first favorites. And this one time he put a cloak down over a puddle, so she wouldn't get her feet wet. That's probably not even true, and it never made sense to me as a child because I was like closer, not waterproof. She's just going to step on that and her feet are still going to get wet, and his cloak is ruined. So I'm going to get a little nerdy with you right now. Oh yeah. Because a lot of times the textile weaves at that time were really tight compared to what we would have today. So for at least a moment, it would have prevented water from seeping through. Awesome. Would not have been waterproof? No, but I long as it took her delicate little feet to cross over the offending puddle, she probably would have been covered. Thank you for resolving that question I've had since I was like maybe five, but anyway, that's probably not even sure we're going to get to that later. And the number three is sort of a like, blah, blah, something Roanoke colony. Just had a very vague understanding of, sir Walter rally, even though I grew up in a place whose capitals named after him among other things, sir. Walter Raleigh was accordion and an explorer and a historian and a member of parliament's, which we're not going to even get into that park today really at all. Also a soldier. He was part of England's defense against the Spanish armada as well as the Tudor conquest of Ireland. Some of which was truly horrifying very conveniently since this episode is coming out in October according to some people, he's a ghost now and we are also coming up on the four hundred anniversary of his beheading, which is why he's making an appearance on the show today. These a scary, headless. Ghosts is Walter Raleigh was born about fifteen fifty four in Devonshire England. Some sources put that day as January twenty second. But the year remains a little murky. His parents were Walter and Catherine Raleigh, and the younger Walter was the third of their surviving children. He also had half. Dealings from his parents. Previous marriages, Walter was the youngest boy of all of these siblings and half siblings. Their family was part of the Protestant gentry, and they weren't particularly well off or prominent, but they had been in Devonshire for a very long time and they had a lot of connections to people who were more well off and more well known. We don't know much at all about Walter's childhood or use, but he eventually went to Oriole College Oxford. He didn't finish his studies though in fifteen sixty nine. He went to France with the Devon volunteers to fight on the side of the Huguenots in the French wars of religion. He served for about five years, seeing two major battles and surviving the Saint Bartholomew day massacre in fifteen seventy two in fifteen seventy six rally was back in London, and he was in rolled at the middle temple, which was one of the four inns of court. But it doesn't seem like he was really studying law while he was there, which would have been a normal thing to be doing. At the middle temple, he was more treating it kind of like a gentlemen's club. Even though he never seems to have finished a course of study at Oxford or at the middle temple, he would go on to really develop a reputation for being very highly educated. Maybe he's just at PR super smart. You guys have studied a bunch who get a drink rally published his first poem in the fifteen seventy s as well. It was printed in the preface to the steel glass by George Gascoyne and the poem appears under the heading Walter Raleigh of the middle temple in combination of the steel glass with Raleigh spelled r. a. w. l. e. y. this is one of no joke seventy different spellings of Walter raleigh's name in the historical record. And as a side, note, the common spelling of our l. e. g. h. is not one that he used himself. He never signed his name with an eye in rally is also pronounced slightly differently depending on where you were from. I will. Tell you. I struggle with it because we have a cat named Raleigh. I see that way all the time. Even though he is in fact named after Imaginaire really Crump, but saying it really just doesn't feel right with the cat. I don't know why. Well, and an odd thing that I discovered, even though a lot of search technologies are good at interpreting your different spellings to give you results that are what you're looking for. There are meaningfully different responses for Walter Raleigh spelled r. a. l. e. g. h. and Walter rally spelled r. a. l.. E. v. h. with no, I on it, which meant that I got review all of my searching partway through this process. Why didn't I find this paper before? Because I had an eye in it in fifteen seventy eight rally and his half brother, Sir. Humphrey Gilbert went on an expedition possibly to try to find the northwest passage. But this expedition was largely a failure. Storms forced their little fleet of ships back to Plymouth almost immediately after they left and then they turn to what multiple writers describe as unauthorized privateer eating against Spanish ships, natural who decided to call it unauthorized privateer ring. That's just piracy. This unauthorized privateer ring brought them a lot of casualties and very little reward. So they're reception wasn't particularly favourable when they got back to England plus rally who had already had a reputation for being stubborn and hotheaded kept getting in trouble for disturbing the peace and dueling. He wound up spending time in both fleet and Marshall see prisons for brawling, possibly to try to keep him out of all this trouble. Some of raleigh's friends secured a commission for him as a captain in the army, and he was sent to Ireland. The Tudor, conquest of Ireland was going on. It had started long before Queen Elizabeth ascended to the throne in fifteen fifty. Eight part of Ireland was solely under English control in the English part of Ireland, which was mostly around Dublin, was known as the pale. So the Tudor conquest was meant to expand the pale and also to solidify English rule within the pale side. Note a lot of. People believe that the phrase beyond the pale is a specific reference to this part of Ireland in the areas beyond it. But according to the Oxford English dictionary that is not supported by historical evidence, it is probably an association that people made leader during the Tudor, conquest, the province of Munster in the south west of Ireland sought to major rebellions against English rule, and they were known as the Desmond rebellions. The first one took place from fifteen sixty nine to fifteen seventy three rallies half brothers. Humphrey Gilbert was knighted for his service and that rebellion. The second Desmond rebellion started in fifteen seventy nine, and it was fueled both by resistance to English rule. And by the Catholic counter reformation, Gerald FitzGerald, the Earl of Desmond had gotten the support of the pope and of king. Philip the second of Spain. In this uprising, rally served with the English army during several engagements and the second Desmond rebellion. But the most notorious of these engagement was the siege of Smer wick troops from SP. Spain and Italy who were aiding the Fitzgerald's were being garrisoned at summer wick and Queen Elizabeth had sent English troops to put down this rebellion including dealing with these troops when the Spanish and Italian forces stood down Lord, Arthur grey, the Lord deputy of Ireland ordered for all of them to be massacred. This was one hundred percent. How England dealt with rebels at the time, had England been at war with Spain or Italy. The soldiers would have been offered some protection under the rules of war, but they weren't in the crowns view. They were helping Royal subjects rebel against their monarch. So they needed to be dealt with quickly efficiently, decisively, seriously tutor. England's treatment of Irish rebels could be extremely brutal. In the first Desmond rebellions. There Humphrey Gilbert was known to decapitate civilians who supported the rebels, and then display their heads on pikes along the path to his tent to companies totaling about one hundred eighty. Men were tasked with. Killing the enemy soldiers at Smer wick Walter Raleigh was one of the two captains in charge the English army massacred about six hundred people after this siege about one hundred of them were women and children. Rally was also one of the English officers granted lands in Ireland. After the end of the second Desmond rebellion. His allotment was actually the largest of any of the ones that were granted out of the Munster lands that were claimed after all of this was over, he also helped govern the province of Munster after this. And when he went back to London, he positioned himself as an expert in Irish affairs, which might have been part of what got him into such close confidence with Queen Elizabeth. And we're going to talk about that a little bit more. After we, I pause for a little sponsor break. It's Barrington day, Thurston host of spit iheartradio's newest podcast. 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"walter raleigh" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

02:36 min | 2 years ago

"walter raleigh" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"Berkeley tours exploded while I'm not a doctor. But as I recall other tad layman's terms. Yeah, yeah. Okay. Anyway, Larry Miller in student hypothetical road trip, the movie, the Browns beat the chargers in week sixteen to Chartres. Okay, that the Larry Miller show vailab on apple podcasts and Larry's website as well. Now to watch Joey, put a Fuko find identify who. Yeah, she always got his hair on. Oh my God. Now, Joey doing dirty, which I love. I love he's. He has forty pounds on her and he's mashing. Stands like a cartoon old timey boxers. He did know she lived the first and the good solid cross. I will. I will give. I will give her that, but Joey through. Manhandling up on now. Everyone's Boeing. All right. So. Flies in the play by play would have been. He's holding her and throwing up with while he holds her head because he's gonna head. Legal. Hella we's over here. Walter Raleigh of the ring. The sad thing for him to me is always been the name. I don't. I don't think he could be anything else in life with a name that I mean, you can't be, you know, have you heard that Joe now? But if you the new poet, it's Laurie exact opposite of crystal Gayle. She had to be a great country singer, and then Joey was I exaggerating saying he threw her to the ground. He was punching her behind the head hitting her after the bell shirt. Yes. All right. They'll both be missed. Larry, Adam. Would you like to play the hypothetical road trip game? Yes. And you know what, though I would like to win it. Our confident I like your attitude. You're much like the coach from the researching crowns one in thirty one, but feeling good. The high trip game. You game where there are no wrong answers..

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"walter raleigh" Discussed on Based On a True Story

Based On a True Story

08:25 min | 2 years ago

"walter raleigh" Discussed on Based On a True Story

"Even though rest is made up, that doesn't mean the plot. He sent to England to carry out against Elizabeth is fictional. It's just that he was not the leader of the plot, and that leads us right back into the movie because in the neck. I scene, we see Thomas Babington in the crowd. It's the sort of brief shot that you'd never know who he was. The movie doesn't explain who this random person is in the crowd. But the only reason that we know it someone important to the movie is because it's an actor that we know in this case, Eddie red main, although there's one major difference between the character of Thomas Babington and the real person that he's based on his name wasn't Thomas. It was Anthony. It was Anthony Babington who was the chief conspirator not someone named Robert reston, like we see in the movie. Hence why we know of this plot today as the Babington plot back in the movie next introduced to another major character. It's Clive, Owens character, Walter Raleigh, the movie portrays him at first as sort of a man of mystery. He first encounters Cate Blanchett's version of the Queen by laying down a cloak in her way. Then he says there was a puddle there. That's why he laid down the cloak. After Elizabeth passes, we see Walter pick up the cloak, but the movie never really shows us if there really was a puddle. There. The rest of the ground looks pretty dry though that scene is all made up. In fact, most historians believe the real Walter Raleigh came into the picture as far as Queen Elizabeth was concerned around the year fifteen eighty, but five years before the movie's timeline at that time, Walter was rather outspoken against the way. The English were handling things in Ireland, something he saw firsthand as he fought the Irish rebels that brought him to the attention of the Queen. And by the time fifteen eighty two rolled around, he had earned the queen's favor. Just like the movie implies here. Walter was an explorer who had traveled to the new world by the movies timeline though. Although there were some conflicting reports in my research, most sources I could find mentioned a fifteen seventy eight trip to America with his half brother man named Sir Humphrey Gilbert. It seemed to be a common belief that this voyage was what made Walter want to go back to the Americas to establish a colony. We did see this burning passion and Clive Owen character in the film and not to get too head of our story. But the movie doesn't really ever mentioned the colony that he eventually set up. You've probably heard of it though. That was the colony at Roanoke island, which would end up being the mysterious lost colony. But that's a story for another day. In the movie after seeing Walter Raleigh, we see a procession of possible suitors for Elizabeth king. Philip the second's representatives the ambassadors from Spain, king Eric of Sweden, Ivan, also known as Ivan, the terrible czar of Russia. None of the actual people are there, but rather on voice from the country carrying a painting of their leader. The one Elizabeth likes is Archduke Charles of Austria. She asks that he visit her court so she can see him in person as we learned in the Elizabeth episode from the first movie in this two parter, Queen Elizabeth had quite a few suitors, and it is true that Archduke Charles of Austria was one of them. So was king Eric, the sixteenth of Sweden and king. Philip the second of Spain, not so much Ivan, the terrible from Russia because he died of a stroke on March twenty. Eighth fifteen eighty four, four, the time onto the movie or maybe it's that he died after the unveil was sent to England and the news of his death. Hadn't spread yet. In either case, most historians today do not consider Ivan to be one of Elizabeth's suitors. Before we continue though as a little side. Note, there's a sequence, whereas we see Clive Owens version of Walter Raleigh, bringing gifts from the new world to Elizabeth potatoes and tobacco. Then he says, he named the land Virginia in honor of Elizabeth the virgin Queen. That might be true. The truth is we don't really know for sure what we do know is that it was around fifteen eighty three. When Elizabeth granted Walter the rights to start a colony north of the Spanish in Florida. Some historians think that he came up with the name Virginia because of Elizabeth being the virgin Queen, like the movie says, others think that perhaps the name came from Elizabeth herself. It wasn't Walter who came up with the name at all. So others think perhaps it's none of the above and the name came from a word in one of the native American languages nearby. In either case, though, since it was Elizabeth who granted Walters trip to the new world in fifteen eighty three, he wouldn't have been a brand new acquaintance of the Queen in fifteen eighty five. Like we saw in the move. No one. There's also plenty who believe it was Walter who introduced both potatoes and tobacco to the English after returning from Virginia. But then again, we also don't know because still others insist potatoes came to the English from Spain as for tobacco other stories yet suggest it wasn't until fifteen eighty six when Walter introduced it to England. So as far as we can tell, there's quite a few conflicting stories about Walter Raleigh and whether or not he was the first bring potatoes and tobacco to England or not. It's a good story that just doesn't seem to be enough documentation to really prove it one way or the other. Back in the movie. We see the relationship between Walter and Elizabeth grow closer through one of Elizabeth's ladies in waiting. Her name is also Elizabeth, but everyone calls her best. She's played by ABBIE Cornish in the film, and her character's full name is Bess Throckmorton while best was a real person, it's worth pointing out that some historians think her name might have been Throgmorton instead of Throckmorton. And since that's a minor detail for the sake of consistency, I'm gonna call her Throckmorton throughout this episode since that's what the movie went with. MAC in the movie were back with Mary Stuart, when we see her refer to Tom Hollander character, sir, Amos polit as her jailer. This scene is not one of historical significance, but it sets up Paulette as the one overseeing Mary's imprisonment and furthers the storyline that Mary Stuart is sending letters to the plot against Elizabeth, and that's true. Most historians, believe poets beliefs were more in line with Calvinism than product. Though, but without opening up a line of discussion on religious the for the purpose of our store today, it's enough to know that was very strongly anti-catholic. In January of fifteen eighty five. Paulette was appointed as the jailer of Mary Stuart. Remember she wasn't at fathering gay castle. Like the movie shows though she was at Charlie castle, but that part of the stories of minor details. Paula was her jailer at both Charlie and fathering gay as for the letters. Mary did send letters to the people behind the plots against Elizabeth and you'll notice I said, plots, plural. We'll learn more about why that is here in a moment. Back in Elizabeth's court according to the movie best being the liaison between Elizabeth and Walter leads to plenty of isolated moments between Walter and bests. This lead says some rather intimate moments between Walter and Bess. We see this in the movie as Walter consoles Bess after she found out about the death of her cousin Francis, we haven't talked about him too much, but we see him involved in a plot against Elizabeth and moments of him asking best for help. To get back in good favor with Elizabeth. Oh, and Francis struck Morton is played by Stephen Robertson in the movie while those specific scenes between best and Francis were made up, the basic plotline that we see happening here has some basis in truth. What the movies referring to here is what we know today as the Throckmorton plot as you can probably guess is named after Francis Throckmorton and his brother Thomas who doesn't show up in the movie at all Francis and Thomas devise the plan in Paris where they actually met a spy for Mary Stuart named Thomas Morgan. 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"walter raleigh" Discussed on The Man Cave Chronicles

The Man Cave Chronicles

04:18 min | 2 years ago

"walter raleigh" Discussed on The Man Cave Chronicles

"You don't have to mention names or anything. Have you ever been in a situation like that? Yeah, yeah. I have been in a couple of where the leads the shows are really either just terribly self-indulgent or negative, or bitter or whatever, and then infects the whole show, you know, like you can feel it, but I was, you know, on a show where some of their three ladies who were all sort of competing to see who could be the most high maintenance and we wouldn't shoot until all three of them were down, but none of them would come down while the other one wasn't already down. So they're all kind of playing this game about how can I be last last one to arrive on set and therefore the most important. So it's really absurd. I mean, it's so bizarre. What's wrong with you. I mean, we are so lucky to be doing this when you when you think about like the fact that we're we're getting paid to, you know, play, make believe and do what we really, really enjoyed doing. It kind of floors me when people aren't incredibly grateful for how how lucky they are. Yeah. I mean, like you said, you've been in business for twenty plus years. Your bread and butter? Yeah. Yeah. And I'm one of those guys like, like you said, like, I'm sort of a, you know, like in sports, it'd be a utility player like there's not not shows aren't gonna be built around me, but it's nice to like know that you're the guy that can come in and just hit the joke and leave the scene, and you know, and functional a lot of difference, a lot of different role, and I like that. I really, really do. So you've worked with some, you know, some great cast members throughout your career. Is there one person you would like to work on TV with or movie, and why? Came, I, you know, like my personal idol is somebody like Bill Murray. He's one of my favorites because like ultra all alter my addle essence and college years always one of my favorites, but he's shown himself like in the last ten fifteen years to have so much depth and range that I think you didn't originally know he had and I find him fascinating as an actor. I think so honest, I think some of the movies done that have been on the more serious side, lots and translations. He's just, I just find him incredibly compelling to watch, and I love his choices. I think it's humor is amazing. So yeah, he would be dream to work with one of my favorite movies of Ville Marie. It's it's is. It is movie, didn't really do that will in the movie theaters and it didn't get a lot of love. Quick change. Chris as one of my favorites. It's one of my favorite thing all the time. The is that our plane know if that was our planet would be crashing. For the Chris. I remember reading that of my brother. I'd VHS when we were young and it's like we used to get it all the time because like not the people like that movie and it was like, this is a great movie to movie and Jason Robards played it so straight, and he's great. Yeah, it's fabulous. I've just watched I I was telling you, I got a a teenage son, so I'm trying to expose him to all these great eighty to ninety movies. I think he should know and be able to quote for the rest of his life. And so we haven't done quick change. That'll be next. But we did just do meatballs. Okay. Yeah. Now. The original one right in the first one. The original and right? Correct. Do you have a? Who are your influences in the act? Is there anybody that you look up to. As well. Somebody I was asked recently about what comedians I liked, and I do remember 'cause I tend to have a very dry deadpan style that is most comfortable with me. And I think that may stem from my parents were huge fans of Bob Newhart early days. Like, I don't know if you've ever listen to any of his actual albums, he would tell these stories like Walter Raleigh stories have about his delivery is so dry..

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"walter raleigh" Discussed on KELO

KELO

03:04 min | 2 years ago

"walter raleigh" Discussed on KELO

"We know yeah it i think i mean the the final verdict was that he killed he killed a man in self defense but it's a little murky and what exactly happened some theories are that he was fine on their oxford and he you know he kind of like got into a row with him i i don't know i don't know one hundred percent but it is on record and the earl of oxford was attacked by pirates yes he was when he was coming back from his continental tour is he was stripped almost stripped bare in a similar way so was hamlin more you know he barely survived he said so those are that's a really strong parallel and and is it not possible that someone else may have used edward diverg as sort of their inspiration i mean how do we rule out for example a cer francis bacon or walter raleigh well well they were both known as writers i don't think raleigh was known as a drama test and and i think a bacon i think he you know he wrote a huge body of scientific literature and i it's doesn't seem possible that he can write to enormous bodies of literature you know one being you know shakespeare plays and poems i i don't i don't see it i don't i don't see a convincing case on his end it's just that the earl of oxford just fits everywhere everywhere you look he was a known playwright in his own time and yet no player survived with his name on it why well if he was a playwright why would edwards there the seventeen zero vox i feel the need to concoct this elaborate hoax why would he need to to invent a nom de plume for himself well he didn't create ho as far as the strap get having the strapper matt and get the works all that happened after the vox were died and the stratford then died but a nobleman who had interest in poetry and literature and drama and writing creative writing that was not something that you would want to advertise back then it because it was considered a frivolous activity if you're somebody with a proud name and a high title you should be serving your queen and country and like as a as a military person as a diplomat has a counselor you know not writing plays or poems so it was kind of a social norm back then that nobility didn't you know make those activities.

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"walter raleigh" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

KBOI 670AM

02:33 min | 2 years ago

"walter raleigh" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

"The brief and tragic history of the lost colony of roanoke james horn is the author but what i learned from james's spoken there many incidents and scenes is that the exploitation in the settlement of america and this will lead into the virginia colony in the beginning of the seventeenth century these events on roanoke island and the arrival of the first colonists sixteen o seven sixteen twenty one that you've all learned in your school books are all of a piece interrupted of course by the battle with the spanish crown from britain i promised land and james sir walter raleigh was critical to the queen and she he became her favorite that's why the virginia colony was named for the virgin queen when he sent that second large expedition under sir richard grenville because he wasn't allowed to go to valuable their job was to establish that pirate base they arrive with military hardware lots and lots lots of military hardware were they anx anxious or inhibited by the native americans in any fashion or did they regard him as a as a secondary bother to the spanish well i think initially they hoped that they would be able to befriend the the indian population and that would that would help them in several ways certainly in terms of learning more about the land and the resources and particularly where they might find find the the the gold so yeah i think i think initially that's something i hope that they wouldn't follow the spanish patent which the english source barbaric in terms of spanish behavior towards the indians that they would would be friends to the indians this is very eurocentric that they're thinking here about civilizing the indians and bringing them over to english ways and the english church the anglican church so it's it's a view of indians that the english had until things turn rather rather nasty granville leads chiefly a military expedition that's why fifteen eighty six is scarred by fighting and murder and conflict and alienating the indians of of the whole region is that correct that's that's that's the way it turns out and you could also add to that the spread of english show european diseases which which really have a very serious impact on the on the native population so the and they there is a general religion practiced in this whole region and they.

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"walter raleigh" Discussed on 1075 KZL

1075 KZL

02:51 min | 2 years ago

"walter raleigh" Discussed on 1075 KZL

"Music station one zero seven five ks el we have our very own royal crown royal tire i watching the ground it is fantastic the town crier of the triad intern hugs is this because of the baby birth yesterday in case you are not familiar kate middleton is married to prince william they had two children and yesterday kate middleton gave birth to the third royal baby prince we don't know his name yet it's going to be announced later on but a prince was born yesterday another royal baby so intern hugs wanted to try his hat as a town crier and you know it make a very important announcement will turn it over to the town crier good morning yeah can you tell me morgan the middle nope hold on hold on hold town crier your from your from long line of what i was born into a drake now three those ed lion's mouth all right continue he's accurate decreed the utmost importance yesterday i'll be twenty four day of the month of the we're going eighteenth year lord and royal debbie here you all who dwell in the rolling hills of a try piedmont virginia knocking the boone and as far east as the town founded by sir walter raleigh of the queen city of charlotte so basically honestly really sex of the baby three born to do sir oh i had i had a lot of talk a lot therefore they will welcome two so how you're supposed to do the i mean we're happy for you with the baby and all but your baby's not here yet we're talking about the the royal baby in england oh that real decree.

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"walter raleigh" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"walter raleigh" Discussed on KOMO

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"walter raleigh" Discussed on Mickstape: The Barstool Basketball Podcast

Mickstape: The Barstool Basketball Podcast

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"walter raleigh" Discussed on Mickstape: The Barstool Basketball Podcast

"And give you eleven more chances to hurt me but not a single one more i might not take off my hat while or at dinner at i will be thinking will take my code off so i could have pick you up carry over the puddle in a place you back down everywhere you carry meters 2018 stru but see okay but it refers to a legend regarding sir walter raleigh would probably never happened this on it so i'm taking it is fat area by fifteen eighty one after a number of military and naval engagements in france allen elsewhere you become established as a coordiate and as at queen elizabeth's favorite the story that he wants to coffin inexpensive cloak and threw it over mud puddle for queen elizabeth to walk across illustrates rallies flamboyant manner given probably never happen but everyone had to come to expect at sort of they had rally in elizabeth always favour that count showmanship that it at the store that story as stinks myself i think the idea is that a wet or money patch of ground uh would quickly saturate the quote yeah no shit i love ridic but people to explain why i think the approach shut up and that his stock like that did still just look thing that will happen in tv land only itv tv sia's if i saw that in real life at you gotta arrest that person i am looking is a pictured next to where his jack is this quite clearly within the affleck like his ex about the just washed down the street and he's bowing down close like quite have your step madam.

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"walter raleigh" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

KVNT Valley News Talk

02:31 min | 3 years ago

"walter raleigh" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

"You're hearing is by john ads and and it's precisely the sort of music that you would have heard at the port of queen elizabeth the first she had authorized a court favorite sir walter raleigh whose brother had died in the effort his halfbrother sir humphrey gilbert she had authorized him to put himself forward as night lord and governor of this vast territory cold virginia and virginia named after the version queen queen elizabeth and they had sent to different efforts to settle in the new world a nothing talked all that was left behind was a group of fifteen soldiers in an all but abandoned fort and wrong ali was determined to send back one of the colonists he had sent an in mission number two name was john white he was a painter he was a matt maker rally had not yet made his own journey across the atlantic he never set foot in this new world empire that he was trying to create but but he thought the john white would be exactly the right guy to lead this final attempt to plant a colony as the master of the maps for the previous expedition white also seemed the right choice to lead the settlers to a new location in chesapeake bay that he and his colleagues had selected as much safer and more suitable to agriculture than roanoke island sir walter raleigh refused to consider significant delay in any event because of his determined to take advantage of his royal charter before its sixyear expiration date he had a deal with queen elizabeth you use it or you lose it so he named john white as chief governor of the new colony and then they together recruited more than a hundred more bold seoul's including family groups this time with wives and children white in fact persuaded his recently married daughter ellinora and his new soninlaw and a nyas dare to make the journey with them and to embrace new lives in this brave new world they said sale in may of.

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