INDEX OF CONTENTS FOR 'THE BOOK OF WELSH PIRATES & BUCCANEERS'

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Introduction

Chapter I
PIRATE AND PRIVATEERING TERMS

Chapter II
WELSH PIRATES AND BUCCANEERS 13th - 17th centuries

13TH CENTURY
William Marsh fl. 1231-1242

FIFTEENTH CENTURY
Colyn Dolphyn fl. 1470

SIXTEENTH CENTURY
William Hughes fl. 1529
Thomas Carter fl. 1535
Walter Herbert fl. 1537
Captain Griffith fl. 1540
John Phillips fl. 1540
Captain Owen fl. 1540
Walter Vaughan of Dunraven fl. 1542
Sir John Wogan fl. 1542 - 1555
Michael James fl. 1546
Richard Vaughan fl. 1546
Morgan Matthew fl. 1548
Griffiths of Cefnamlwch fl. 1563
Welsh Buccaneers on the Pelican 1570-72 (1595)
John Salisbury fl. 1570-1591
The Legend of Captain Jones
Miles Phillips fl.1574-1582
Captain Henry Roberts fl. 1576-1595
David Gwynne fl. 1588
Welsh Buccaneers under Francis Drake 1585-1595
JOHN CALLICE f. 1571-1587 The Most Dangerous Pyrate in the Realm
Tom Clarke fl. 1577 - 1578
SIR JOHN PERROT 1550-1600 The Son of Henry VIII
John Wyn ap Hugh d. 1576
Pirs Griffith 1568-1628
William Vaughan fl. 1582
Thomas Beavin d. 1583
Sir Richard Bulkely fl. 1591
Captain William Myddleton c.1550 - c.1600
David Myddelton d. 1615
John Myddleton fl. 1563 - 1595

SEVENTEENTH CENTURY
Tomas Prys 1564-1634
William Hughs fl. 1611
John Norman fl. 1631
Sir Sackville Trevor d.1634
Admiral Sir Thomas Button d. 1634
Davy Jones fl. 1636
Nicolas Hookes d. 1637
Admiral Sir Robert Mansell 1573-1653
HENRY MAINWARING 1587-1653 The Most Famous Sea-Rover of his Day
Morris Willams fl. 1659-64
Bledri Morgan fl. 1660
Lt-Colonel Edward Morgan d.1664
Lt-Colonel Thomas Morgan fl. 1665 - 1685
William James fl. 1660-1663
Captain James
Captain Lewis 1687 - 1726
Captain John James fl. 1699
Captain Evan Jones fl. 1699

EIGHTEENTH CENTURY
Tom Collins fl. 1695 - 1715
Samuel Hopkins d.1709
Henry Jennings fl. 1714
William Lewis d. 1718
James Williams d. 1725
Captain Robert Jenkins fl. 1731-1738
Christopher Bassett d.1760
Lt. Paul Lewis fl. 1763
Thomas Knight fl.1783
O'Neill

Chapter III
ADMIRAL SIR HENRY MORGAN 'THE GREATEST OF ALL THE BRETHREN OF THE COAST', 'THE SWORD OF ENGLAND' 1635-1688
Footnote on the Recovery of the Jamaica Merchant
Footnote on Captain Kidd, Henry Morgan and the Oak Island Money Pit

Chapter IV
David Williams fl. 1698 - 1708

Chapter V
John Bowen d. 1704
Note on Thomas Howard
Footnote on Captain Richard Bowen

Chapter VI
Paulsgrave Williams and 'Black Sam' Bellamy fl. 1715 - 1717
Postscript on the Maria Hallett Legend

Chapter VII
HOWELL DAVIS 'THE CAVALIER PRINCE OF PYRATES' d.1719
Book III of 'A New Account of Some Parts of Guinea and the Slave Trade' - Capt. William Snelgrave 1734
Footnote on Edward England
Footnote on John Taylor
Footnote on Olivier Levasseur
Seychelle News report of Levasseur's treasure
Treasure Islands of the Indian Ocean

Chapter VIII
BLACK BART ROBERTS 'THE BLACK CAPTAIN',' THE MOST LETHAL PYRATE OF THEM ALL' 1682 - 1722
Footnote on Chaloner Ogle
Fotnote on Walter Kennedy
Footnote on Thomas Anstis
The Trial and Verdicts
The Kru Tribe
Black Bart, 'Boulevardier Bandit'

Chapter IX
John Phillips d. 1724

Chapter X
John Evans d. 1723

Chapter XI
WILLIAM WILLIAMS - LLEWELLIN PENROSE 1727 - 1791

APPENDICES
A. A Proclamation for the Suppressing of Pyrates
B. The White Women of Lundy
C. The Legend of Thomas Lacy and the Pirate
D. The Robert Edwards Heirs' Claim to Manhattan
E. Dick Hughes (from the Newgate Calendar)
F. William Davis, 'The Golden Farmer' (from the Newgate Calendar)
G. Thomas Stradling, Alexander Selkirk and Robinson Crusoe
H. Excerpts from Hakluyt's 'Voyages of the English Nation to America'
     John Hawkins' deposition
     Miles Phillips' deposition (7 chapters)
Booklist

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