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The journals of Sir Thomas Allin
Allin, Thomas Sir
|Statement||edited by R. C. Anderson.|
|Series||Publications of the Navy Records Society ;, vol. 79, 80|
|Contributions||Anderson, Roger Charles, 1883- ed.|
|LC Classifications||DA70 .A1 vol. 79|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||2 v. ;|
|LC Control Number||40010904|
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Dear Captain Sir Thomas Moore: While we on this side of the pond are unable to bestow upon you Knighthood, we are nevertheless able to confer what we hope you will feel is meaningful recognition for your wonderful humanitarian achievement. . A Patriot of the American Revolution for NORTH CAROLINA with the rank of STAFF OFFICER. DAR Ancestor #: A Member of the Virginia Convention of and the Kentucky Convention of ; He was one of three sons and five daughters of William Allin and his second wife, Frances Grant Allin; He married Mary Jouett in Mercer County, Kentucky, on Febru ; .
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Genre/Form: Naval history Sources: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Allen, Thomas, Journals of Sir Thomas Allin. [London]: Navy Records Society. The Journals of Sir Thomas Allin Volume One [Allin, Sir Thomas; Anderson, R.C. (ed)] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The Journals of Sir Thomas Allin.
The Journals of Sir Thomas Allin,Volume II, Vol 80 (), R.C. Anderson Thomas Allin was a Lowestoft ship owner who subsequently spent both Civil Wars and the Commonwealth period as a successful Royalist privateer and commander, leading a charmed life through to the Restoration.
Admiral Sir Thomas Allin, 1st Baronet (–) was an officer of the Royal Navy who saw service in the English Civil War, and the Second and Third Anglo-Dutch Wars.A Royalist during the Civil War, he returned to service after the Restoration and eventually rose to the rank of Admiral of the White after serving under some of the most distinguished military figures of the era, including Battles/wars: Battle of Lowestoft, Four Days Battle.
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ALLIN, Sir THOMAS (–), naval commander, whose name has been commonly misspelt Allen, a native of Lowestoft, appears to have been in early life a merchant and shipowner in that town, which, on the outoreak of the civil war, adhered to the king, mainly, perhaps, on account of its commercial rivalry with Yarmouth, which sided with the parliament.
So far as these two towns were. Thomas Allin ( – J ) was a soldier and surveyor who became an early settler and political leader in served in the Revolutionary War, first in the North Carolina militia and then as part of general Nathanael Greene's campaign. Following the war, Allin settled in the Kentucky district of Virginia.
He participated in the Northwest Indian War, fighting with. Other people. Thomas Allen & Son Limited, Canada's oldest family owned book publishing company; Thomas Allen (mathematician) (–), English mathematician Sir Thomas Allin, 1st Baronet (–), officer of the Royal Navy, sometimes known as Thomas Allen; Thomas Allen (Irish Volunteer) (died ), member of the Irish Volunteers who fought and died in Easter Rising in.
Sir Thomas Allin, 1st Baronet (–) was an officer of the Royal Navy who saw service in the English Civil War, and the Second and Third Anglo-Dutch Wars. A Royalist during the Civil War, he returned to service after the Restoration and eventually rose to the rank of Admiral after serving under some of the most distinguished military.
Posted by Brian on Sunday 17th of January The London Gazette Oct. 12, - Cadis, Septem Sir Thomas Allen with a squadron under his command departed some days since from this place, and is safely arrived at Tangier, only the Tyger Fregat endeavouring to put in there, spent her fore-mast, and main-top and has since came in again hither to repair.
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John Allin, the first minister of the church of Dedham, in Massachusetts, went over to New England inafter being disquieted by Bishop Wren when he preached in his diocese.
According to Cotton Mather (Book iii. ) he was appointed to Dedham inand continued minister till his death, 26th August, Mr. A new chapter to begin for rare books at auction by the Rev. Thomas Allin, A issue of the ‘Irish Proclamation’, a first edition by Piaras Beaslai, of Michael Collins and.
The RESOLUTION, Sir Thomas Allin, July 17 to November 6Mediterranean (DAR/4) Request this item Journal of Sir Edward Spragge, May 8 to March 11 Mediterranean (DAR/5) Letter and orderbook of the Sub-commissioners of prizes, Portsmouth, March 16th to October 31st (DAR/6) Request this item.
There is no copy in NMM Letter-Book 8. ↩ This is probably the Golden Hand, a storeship referred to in The Journals of Sir Thomas Allined., R.C.
Anderson for the Navy Records Societyvol. II, pp,et alia (for ). For Allin, see DNB, Allin, Sir Thomas (). The RESOLUTION, Sir Thomas Allin, July 17 to November 6Mediterranean (DAR/4) Request this item Journal of Sir Edward Spragge, May 8 to March 11 Mediterranean (DAR/5) Request this item.
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Bibliography of printed books on shipbuilding, rigging, seamanship and kindred subjects, of the period of wooden sailing ships and galleys () The journals of Sir Thomas Allin, –, edited by R. C. Anderson. Publications of the Navy Records Society, vols. 79, 80 (London, –40).Send Email.
Recipient(s) will receive an email with a link to 'A Danish Diplomat at the Court of Charles II' and will not need an account to access the content.Sir Thomas Browne, (born Oct. 19,London—died Oct. 19,Norwich, Norfolk, Eng.), English physician and author, best known for his book of reflections, Religio Medici.
After studying at Winchester and Oxford, Browne probably was an assistant to a doctor near Oxford. After taking his M.D.
at Leiden inhe practiced at Shibden Hall near Halifax, in Yorkshire, fromuntil.