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The Pirates' Who's Who is a biographical dictionary of pirates and buccaneers including brief accounts of some of the most famous. You've heard stories of many of these pirates, now you have a listing of all the major pirates of an era and can reference the Who's Who to explore the colorful lives of more.
Content includes: SOME FAMOUS PIRATE SHIPS, WITH THEIR CAPTAINS; an example, the articles drawn up by the crew, Illustrations and Linked Alphabetical Table of Content.
Philip Henry Gosse (April 6, 1810 – August 23, 1888) was an English naturalist and popularizer of natural science, virtually the inventor of the seawater aquarium, and a painstaking innovator in the study of marine biology. Gosse is perhaps best known today as the author of Omphalos, an attempt to reconcile the immense geological ages presupposed by Charles Lyell with the biblical account of creation.
After his death, Gosse was caricatured as a despotic and fanatically religious father in Father and Son (1907), the literary masterpiece of his son, poet and critic Edmund Gosse. ---From Wikipedia