1 edition of life of Sir John Leake, knt. found in the catalog.
life of Sir John Leake, knt.
Leake, Stephen Martin
Written in English
|Statement||by Stephen Martin-Leake.|
|Series||Historical memoirs ;, no. 106|
|LC Classifications||DA87.1.L4 L4|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 464 p.|
|Number of Pages||464|
|LC Control Number||31019353|
Page - His purity of taste led him in early life to the study of the noblest relics of antiquity, and a mind, though not then of classical education, of classic bias, urged him to the perusal of the best translations of the Greek philosophers and poets ; till it became deeply imbued with those simple and grand sentiments which distinguished the productions of that favoured people. John was born in in Cotham, Nottinghamshire, England. 1 John's father was Sir John Leake Lord of Cotham and his mother was Alice de Grey Heiress of paternal grandparents were Sir John Leeke Lord of Cotham and ; his maternal grandparents were William de Grey and. He was an only child. He died at the age of 21 in in England. 1.
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After the death of Queen Anne he was removed from all employment, and was obliged to retire upon a pension: the remainder of his life was spent either at the country-house which he had long had as an occasional retreat, at Beddington; or at a little box which he built by the waterside at Greenwich. Life of Sir John Leake, 8vo. , p. , E.R. Braithwaite, the Guyanese author, educator and diplomat whose years teaching in the slums of London's East End inspired the international best .
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The life of Sir John Leake by Leake, Stephen Martin; 4 editions; First published in ; Subjects: Admirals, Biography, History, Naval History, Sources, Spanish. Get this from a library. The life of Sir John Leake, knt., admiral of the fleet, &c. [Stephen Martin Leake].
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Featured Full text of "The life of Sir John Leake, rear-admiral of Great Britain" See other formats. The eldest became the second wife of Sir Giles Daubeney † (d), while her sisters married, respectively, Sir John Markham, (whose inheritance Simon Leek had long held in trust), Hugh, the son and heir of Sir Thomas Hercy* of Grove, and the Lincolnshire landowner, Richard Willoughby † Ref Volumes: Author: C.R.
Notes. Sir John Leake () John Faber Jr, after original, by Sir Godfrey Kneller (–) British admiral. Born at Rotherhithe inthe son of a naval officer, John Leake served with his father as a boy on board Royal Prince in and then in merchant ships before returning to the navy.
Leake was Commodore of the squadron to Newfoundland and then became Vice Admiral of the Blue in the Mediterranean campaign of The volume finishes with a description of his activity at Lisbon where ‘Sir John received orders to stop the galleons in Cadiz which he attempts to do but is prevented by the sinister practices of the Portuguese’.
The life of Sir John Leake, rear-admiral of Great Britain by Stephen Martin-Leake,Printed for the Navy Records Society edition.
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of Walton, born there 27th March,served as sheriff of Derbyshire, 16 and 28 HENRY VIII. He m. 5 HENRY, VII. Catherine, daughter of Sir John Leake, of Sutton in le Dale, in that county, and had issue, James, his heir.
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v.], he served under his father in the navy under the parliament, but being a royalist at heart took an opportunity of deserting and entered the king's service. His majesty's affairs proving very unfortunate, more especially by.
Early life. John was the second son of James Rolt, a merchant of Calcutta, and Anne née Braine. He was born at Calcutta and brought to England by his mother about He was educated at dissenting private schools at Chipping Norton and father died inand his mother in the following year.
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The life of Sir John Leake, Rear Admiral of Great Britain / by Stephen Martin-Leake ; edited by Geoffrey Callender Leake, Stephen Martin, [ Book: ] View online (access conditions) At. Sir John leake Knt, Admiral of the Fleet Sir John Leake (4 July - 21 August ) was an English flag officer and politician during the later seventeenth and early eighteenth centuries.
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