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The True & Complete Memoirs of the Pyrate Captain Extraordinaire!
The Illustrious Captain, John ‘Bartholomew’ Roberts
The Most Successful Pyrate of ALL Time!

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The Memoirs are over 300 pages in length.  PLUS... Full index; 140 different pictures/charts/maps; Lengthy bibliography; Concise time table; Glossary: Containing terms used, Various Types & Parts of the Ships, Description of islands visited; Full-Size Wall Map of the Cap’n’s Entire Journey; A complete list of crew taken at Cape Corso; One line of the Cap’n’s family tree dating from his father to present; A copy of the Cap’n’s brother's Will (written in Welsh w/English Translation); A copy of Cap’n Roberts Articles; & lastly an 8x10" full color photo of Cap’n Roberts. The latter four are suitable for framing. This book does not contain any writings, happenings or pictures of other Pirates or their lives, beyond what directly involves Cap’n Roberts, nor will the reader be, at any time, diverted away from Cap’n Roberts. ISBN: 1599719398 --- $29.95 1st Class S&H inc.

‘Captain Abraham Blauvelt’

Abraham Blauvelt, a Dutchman, was instrumental in establishing several settlements and many of these places still bear his name.

Blauvelt explored the coasts of Honduras & Nicaragua in the early 1630's.   Afterwards, he went to England & with a proposal for a settlement a site in Nicaragua, which is near the town & river of Bluefields, Nicaragua.
Blauvelt enlisted as a naval officer for the Swedish East India Company & by 1644 was in command of his own ship.   He preyed upon Spanish shipping from Dutch New Amsterdam (New York) & a harbor in southwest Jamaica which is still named Blewfields Bay.   After peace came once more between the Dutch & Spain in 1648, Blauvelt was no longer welcome in New Amsterdam.   Blauvelt sailed to Newport, Rhode Island in 1649 to divy up his loot.   The governor of Newport declared one prize illegal and Blauvelt's crew argued over the booty. Blauvelt was treated poorly at Newport. The local towns people were afraid that Blauvelt's piratical activities had permanently ruined the reputation of Rhode Island.   In 1650 Blauvelt was in command of another ship, the La Garse, a French ship.
Later on along the border of Honduras & Nicaragua living among the Indians at Cape Gracias à Dios.   It was here that he heard of Sir Christopher Myngs' plans to organize a raid on Campeche Bay in Mexico.   In 1663 he joined with Myngs & was an active participant in the raids. Nothing is known of him after this time.

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