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Flintlock, The Parts' Names by TheBaronet

An Illustration af the Flintlock Mechanism, giving the Names of the single Parts. Made with Quillpen and iron Gallic Ink. The Names are german, and tran. Flintlock, The Parts' Names

Carrack- 90 tons (small) to 250-500 tons (merchant), 50-80 crew (ship in image clearly NOT a carrack)

Carrack- 90 tons (small) to tons (merchant), crew (ship in image clearly NOT a carrack)

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Figurehead on Ship Photo: one of the figureheads on the bow of one of the two pirate ships on the crater lake in Hakone. This Photo was uploaded by kaliz.

Fanny Campbell lived in eighteenth century Lynn, Massachusetts, at a time when women were supposed to be traditional wives, mothers, and helpmates. Fanny did not meet the expectations of her society. She shot sharpshooter style, rode horseback exceedingly well and she dreamed of going to sea.In one respect, Fanny Campbell did follow tradition. She had a childhood sweetheart named William Lovell, who loved the sea as much as she did.

When you think of pirates, you're likely picturing bearded buccaneers or peg-legged scalawags with names like Blackbeard, Barbarossa, and Calico Jack.

This is a female pirate named Theroigne De Mericourt.

This is a female pirate named Theroigne De Mericourt. - Real Life Pirates who roamed the sea.

Flintlock, The Parts' Names by TheBaronet

An Illustration af the Flintlock Mechanism, giving the Names of the single Parts. Made with Quillpen and iron Gallic Ink. The Names are german, and tran. Flintlock, The Parts' Names

Selected Extracts from "Famous Ships of the British Navy" Excellent visual ref for a man of war.

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Ching Shih terrorized the China Sea in the early 19th century. A brilliant female pirate, she commanded 1800 ships and about 80,000 pirates.    http://badassoftheweek.com/chingshih.html

Ching Shih - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia - ' A brilliant Cantonese pirate, she commanded 1800 ships and more than pirates.

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ship: square sails, shown with studding sails and rigging, as seen from astern

I was wondering if you have planned the possibility to set Studding Sails.

The name applied in a restricted sense to a large vessel with bowsprit and three masts, each of which carries square sails, but in an extended sense to vessels adapted for navigation, including all kinds except boats.

The name applied in a restricted sense to a large vessel with bowsprit and three masts, each of which carries square sails, but in an extended sense to vessels adapted for navigation, including all kinds except boats.

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