Pirate Captain

Some articles on pirate captain, captain, pirates, pirate:

A Christian Turn'd Turk - Characters
... Daniel Vitkus Ward - English pirate captain Dansiker - Dutch pirate captain Francisco - Pirate captain Gismund - Ward's officer Sares - Dansiker's captain Lieutenant - Dansiker's ...
The Pirates! In An Adventure With Scientists - Series
... many themes and devices that are revisited throughout the series, including the Pirate Captain's bizarre behaviour and ridiculous schemes the pirates' love of ham, and ...
Lego Pirates - Set List - Islanders (1994, 2001)
... Indigo Chief's Throne) Chief 6246 Crocodile Cage (Crocodile Prison) Islander, Pirate, Parrot, Crocodile 6256 Islander Catamaran (Indigo Chief's Canoe) Chief, Female Islander ...
List Of Fictional Pirates - P
... Painty the Pirate and Patchy the Pirate are pirates that appear on the animated comedy SpongeBob SquarePants ... Painty is a pirate captain in a painting that sings the theme song along with an unseen group of children, while Patchy is a live-action character who hosts many of the show's "special episodes" ... Harvey 'Blind' Pew - is a pirate in the movie Yellowbeard ...
1620s - Significant People
... Iquan (AKA Zheng Zhilong) of China (1604–1661), pirate and Ming Dynasty admiral Menasseh Ben Israel of Portugal (1604–1657), rabbi, kabbalist, scholar, writer, diplomat, printer, and publisher William Jaggard of ... England (1586–1630), explorer and naval captain Li Kezhuo of China, Ming dynasty court official and unwitting poisoner of Emperor Taichang Johann Liss (1590 ... nobleman and Scots-Irish politician Sir Henry Mainwaring of England (1587?–1653), pirate and English naval officer François de Malherbe of France (1555–1628), poet and literary critic Man Gui of China (?–1629 ...

Famous quotes containing the words captain and/or pirate:

    So universal and widely related is any transcendent moral greatness, and so nearly identical with greatness everywhere and in every age,—as a pyramid contracts the nearer you approach its apex,—that, when I look over my commonplace-book of poetry, I find that the best of it is oftenest applicable, in part or wholly, to the case of Captain Brown.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)

    The pirate gaped at Belinda’s dragon,
    And gulped some grog from his pocket flagon,
    He fired two bullets, but they didn’t hit,
    And Custard gobbled him, every bit.
    Ogden Nash (1902–1971)