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Fairy Tale

 by Cinzana
 
Fairy Tale
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Last edit: 19.09.2011
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8 downloads8%20downloads83 comments3%20comments311 glyphs11%20glyphs11A favorite of 1 userA%20favorite%20of%201%20user1 A Fairy Tale in Capitals,
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Sir Raleigh

 by Type_of_its_own
 
Sir Raleigh
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Last edit: 19.12.2008
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13 downloads13%20downloads131 comments1%20comments139 glyphs39%20glyphs39Sir Walter Raleigh or Ralegh (c. 1552 – 29 October 1618), was a famed English writer, poet, soldier, courtier and explorer.

Raleigh was born to a Protestant family in Devon, the son of Walter Raleigh and Catherine Champernowne. Little is known for certain of his early life, though he spent some time in Ireland, in Killua Castle, Clonmellon, County Westmeath, taking part in the suppression of rebellions and participating in two infamous massacres at Rathlin Island and Smerwick, later becoming a landlord of lands confiscated from the Irish. He rose rapidly in Queen Elizabeth I's favour, being knighted in 1585, and was involved in the early English colonisation of the New World in Virginia under a royal patent. In 1591, he secretly married Elizabeth Throckmorton, one of the Queen's ladies-in-waiting, without requesting the Queen's permission, for which he and his wife were sent to the Tower of London. After his release, they retired to his estate at Sherborne, Dorset.

In 1594, Raleigh heard of a "City of Gold" in South America and sailed to find it, publishing an exaggerated account of his experiences in a book that contributed to the legend of El Dorado. After Queen Elizabeth died in 1603, Raleigh was again imprisoned in the Tower, this time for allegedly being involved in the Main Plot against King James I who was not favourably disposed toward him. In 1616, however, he was released in order to conduct a second expedition in search of El Dorado. This was unsuccessful and the Spanish outpost at San Thomé was ransacked by men under his command. After his return to England he was arrested and after a show trial held mainly to appease the Spanish after Raleigh's attack of San Thomé, he was beheaded at Whitehall.
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Also his name is used for the name of my house at school. We have Raleigh, Essex & Castlemain. If don't know WTF I'm talking about house is a sort of team and all the houses compete in a variety of areas, mainly sport.Sir%20Walter%20Raleigh%20or%20Ralegh%20%28c.%201552%20%E2%80%93%2029%20October%201618%29%2C%20was%20a%20famed%20English%20writer%2C%20poet%2C%20soldier%2C%20courtier%20and%20explorer.%0D%0A%0D%0ARaleigh%20was%20born%20to%20a%20Protestant%20family%20in%20Devon%2C%20the%20son%20of%20Walter%20Raleigh%20and%20Catherine%20Champernowne.%20Little%20is%20known%20for%20certain%20of%20his%20early%20life%2C%20though%20he%20spent%20some%20time%20in%20Ireland%2C%20in%20Killua%20Castle%2C%20Clonmellon%2C%20County%20Westmeath%2C%20taking%20part%20in%20the%20suppression%20of%20rebellions%20and%20participating%20in%20two%20infamous%20massacres%20at%20Rathlin%20Island%20and%20Smerwick%2C%20later%20becoming%20a%20landlord%20of%20lands%20confiscated%20from%20the%20Irish.%20He%20rose%20rapidly%20in%20Queen%20Elizabeth%20I%27s%20favour%2C%20being%20knighted%20in%201585%2C%20and%20was%20involved%20in%20the%20early%20English%20colonisation%20of%20the%20New%20World%20in%20Virginia%20under%20a%20royal%20patent.%20In%201591%2C%20he%20secretly%20married%20Elizabeth%20Throckmorton%2C%20one%20of%20the%20Queen%27s%20ladies-in-waiting%2C%20without%20requesting%20the%20Queen%27s%20permission%2C%20for%20which%20he%20and%20his%20wife%20were%20sent%20to%20the%20Tower%20of%20London.%20After%20his%20release%2C%20they%20retired%20to%20his%20estate%20at%20Sherborne%2C%20Dorset.%0D%0A%0D%0AIn%201594%2C%20Raleigh%20heard%20of%20a%20%22City%20of%20Gold%22%20in%20South%20America%20and%20sailed%20to%20find%20it%2C%20publishing%20an%20exaggerated%20account%20of%20his%20experiences%20in%20a%20book%20that%20contributed%20to%20the%20legend%20of%20El%20Dorado.%20After%20Queen%20Elizabeth%20died%20in%201603%2C%20Raleigh%20was%20again%20imprisoned%20in%20the%20Tower%2C%20this%20time%20for%20allegedly%20being%20involved%20in%20the%20Main%20Plot%20against%20King%20James%20I%20who%20was%20not%20favourably%20disposed%20toward%20him.%20In%201616%2C%20however%2C%20he%20was%20released%20in%20order%20to%20conduct%20a%20second%20expedition%20in%20search%20of%20El%20Dorado.%20This%20was%20unsuccessful%20and%20the%20Spanish%20outpost%20at%20San%20Thom%C3%A9%20was%20ransacked%20by%20men%20under%20his%20command.%20After%20his%20return%20to%20England%20he%20was%20arrested%20and%20after%20a%20show%20trial%20held%20mainly%20to%20appease%20the%20Spanish%20after%20Raleigh%27s%20attack%20of%20San%20Thom%C3%A9%2C%20he%20was%20beheaded%20at%20Whitehall.%0D%0A%5BWikipedia%5D%0D%0A%0D%0AAlso%20his%20name%20is%20used%20for%20the%20name%20of%20my%20house%20at%20school.%20We%20have%20Raleigh%2C%20Essex%20%26%20Castlemain.%20If%20don%27t%20know%20WTF%20I%27m%20talking%20about%20house%20is%20a%20sort%20of%20team%20and%20all%20the%20houses%20compete%20in%20a%20variety%20of%20areas%2C%20mainly%20sport.

Raleigh

 by Type_of_its_own
 
Raleigh
  • Currently 7.89399
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Last edit: 19.12.2008
Category: -
11 downloads11%20downloads111 comments1%20comments139 glyphs39%20glyphs39Sir Walter Raleigh or Ralegh (c. 1552 – 29 October 1618), was a famed English writer, poet, soldier, courtier and explorer.

Raleigh was born to a Protestant family in Devon, the son of Walter Raleigh and Catherine Champernowne. Little is known for certain of his early life, though he spent some time in Ireland, in Killua Castle, Clonmellon, County Westmeath, taking part in the suppression of rebellions and participating in two infamous massacres at Rathlin Island and Smerwick, later becoming a landlord of lands confiscated from the Irish. He rose rapidly in Queen Elizabeth I's favour, being knighted in 1585, and was involved in the early English colonisation of the New World in Virginia under a royal patent. In 1591, he secretly married Elizabeth Throckmorton, one of the Queen's ladies-in-waiting, without requesting the Queen's permission, for which he and his wife were sent to the Tower of London. After his release, they retired to his estate at Sherborne, Dorset.

In 1594, Raleigh heard of a "City of Gold" in South America and sailed to find it, publishing an exaggerated account of his experiences in a book that contributed to the legend of El Dorado. After Queen Elizabeth died in 1603, Raleigh was again imprisoned in the Tower, this time for allegedly being involved in the Main Plot against King James I who was not favourably disposed toward him. In 1616, however, he was released in order to conduct a second expedition in search of El Dorado. This was unsuccessful and the Spanish outpost at San Thomé was ransacked by men under his command. After his return to England he was arrested and after a show trial held mainly to appease the Spanish after Raleigh's attack of San Thomé, he was beheaded at Whitehall.
[Wikipedia]

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