Golden Hind


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Golden Hind

ship on which Sir Francis Drake (1540–1596) became the first Englishman to sail around the world. [Br. Hist.: EB (1963) VII, 575]
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It had borne all the ships whose names are like jewels flashing in the night of time, from the Golden Hind returning with her round flanks full of treasure, to be visited by the Queen's Highness and thus pass out of the gigantic tale, to the Erebus and Terror, bound on other conquests --and that never returned.
In the semi-finals, both of which finished with a 3-1 result, there were wins for Golden Hind 'B' and Magic Mike's (Boldmere St Mike's) who in turn defeated Red Lion 'B' and Golden Hind Wizards.
1579: Sir Francis Drake anchored the Golden Hind just north of what would one day be San Francisco Bay, naming the area New Albion.
ON THIS DAY IN HISTORY www.expressandstar.com 1579: Sir Francis Drake anchored the Golden Hind just north of what would one day be San Francisco Bay, naming the area New Albion.
NATIONAL DAY OF SENEGAL 1581: Queen Elizabeth I knighted Francis Drake on his ship Golden Hind at Deptford after he completed his circumnavigation of the world.
| NATIONAL DAY OF ICELAND | 1579: Sir Francis Drake anchored the Golden Hind just north of what would one day be San Francisco Bay, naming the area New Albion.
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HAPPENED ON THIS DAY 1581: Queen Elizabeth I knighted Francis Drake on his ship Golden Hind at Deptford after he completed his circumnavigation of the world.
This increase in plant feed-grades was due to higher gold than predicted from Golden Hind sheared material, Old Pirate South and Old Pirate Central and also accounts for the increase in average feed grades from the previous announcement.
TODAY NATIONAL OF SENEGAL 1581: Francis Drake was knighted on his ship Golden Hind by Queen Elizabeth I at Deptford after he completed his circumnavigation of the world - though the dubbing with the sword was actually performed by French nobleman Monsieur de Marchaumont.
In 1952 - under pressure from Woolworths to produce a toy that could be sold for two shillings (10p) - the company released a kit replica of Sir Francis Drake's Golden Hind. And business really took off.
What was the original name of Sir Francis Drake's ship the Golden Hind?