Published 1705 in [London .
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Microfilm. Woodbridge, CT Research Publications, Inc., 1987. 1 reel ; 35mm. (The Eighteenth Century ; reel 2487, no. 2).
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|Contributions||Madder, John, d. 1705.|
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Some cursory remarks on a late printed paper, called, The last speeches and dying-words of Captain Thomas Green. by: Green, Thomas, d. Published: () The last speeches and dying words of Captain Thomas Green commander of the ship Worcester, and of Capt.
John Madder, chief mate of the said ship, who were executed near Leith, April 11th As contained in papers deliver'd by themselves upon the scaffold before their execution.
The last speeches and dying words of Capt. Thomas Green, commander of the ship Worcester, and of Captain John Madder, chief mate of the said ship. Get this from a library. The last speeches and dying words of Captain Thomas Green: commander of the ship Worcester, and of Capt.
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The last speeches and dying words of Capt. Thomas Green: commander of the ship the Worcester, and of Captain John Madder, chief mate of the said ship. Published at their own desire from the copy which was read on the scaffold.
[Thomas Green; John Madder]. Green, Thomas. & Madder, John. The last speeches and dying words of Captain Thomas Green commander of the ship the Worcester, and of Captain John Madder, chief mate of the said ship.
As contained in papers delivered. Edinburgh: printed by John Reid Junior. MLA Citation. Green, Thomas. and Madder, John. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus.
As Green himself is made justly to say in the document published as his dying speech, “We are condemned as pirates and murderers on a coast far distant from this place — is there any of you who wants either a friend whom we have murdered, or whose goods we have taken?”.
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Execution of Captain Thomas Green for piracy and murder This report and ballad begins: 'CAPTAIN / THOMAS GREEN'S / Last farewell to the OCEAN and all the world, who was Execute with two more of his Crew at Leith within the Flood-Mark, 11 Aprilfor Piracie and Murder.' It seems the sheet was published in Edinburgh by someone called 'G.J.'.
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Shields Green (. – Decem ), also known as "Emperor" or "S. Emperor", real name Esau Brown, was an escaped slave who participated in John Brown's raid on Harpers Ferry. Though he had a chance to escape capture, he returned to the fighting and was captured with Brown.
Template:Intro missing Contents[show] Early life and career Green was born in Amelia County in Virginia to Nathan and Mary (Field) Green. The family moved to Tennessee in when Green was still an infant. He attended Jackson College in Tennessee and Princeton College in Kentucky before he received a degree from the University of Tennessee at Knoxville in He then studied law with his.
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Inventor Thomas Edison's last words were close in spirit to Jobs's reported exit line. According to various sources, including the book "Edison:.
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Together with Derek Parfit, Peter Singer and a number of other authors, Nagel /5(15). JW: I can only speak for eighteenth-century England. The so-called “dying speeches” of the condemned follow a pretty predictable pattern: the condemned man expresses contrition for his crime, warns others against following his example, and says, in so many words, that he is reconciled with his Creator.
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Next was Captain Green, who even now expected a reprieve, pausing on the ladder and twice removing the cloth from his face. The last to die was John Madder, whom the crowd believed the worst of all. The others were Englishmen and hated as such, but Madder was a Scot and therefore perceived to be a traitor to his country.Captain Thomas Green and two of his crew on the Worcester - ; Thomas Wyatt the Younger, with the Queen's life in his hands - ; Three ferry hijackers - ; Major Thomas Weir, a Puritan with a double life -