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anti_nfl: Sometimes Sir Walter Raleigh and Alcamenes seems appropriate for the current time

MikeARPowell: To be fair, Sir Walter Raleigh beat you to it.

treadstone78651: ‘Even such is time, which takes in trust Our youth, our joys, and all we have, And pays us but with age and dust, Who in the dark and silent grave, When we have wandered all our ways, Shuts up the story of our days’ Sir Walter Raleigh (cité par Gérard Chaliand)

UlyssesReader: art of surfeit. Hot herringpies, green mugs of sack, honeysauces, sugar of roses, marchpane, gooseberried pigeons, ringocandies. Sir Walter Raleigh, when they arrested him,

Plarasoft: But true love is a durable fire, In the mind ever burning, Never sick, never old, never dead, From itself never turning. - Sir Walter Raleigh

welfordwrites: Do meet my husband - he's in this bag. Sir Walter Raleigh’s widow had an extraordinary way of mourning her loss.

recallalert1: It is recorded by antiquarian Sir Walter Raleigh, a chanting mob swayed drunkenly over Buckingham Palace, exactly three days before 1537.

DavidCollard1: I wish I loved the Human Race; I wish I loved its silly face; I wish I liked the way it walks; I wish I liked the way it talks; And when I’m introduced to one, I wish he wasn't such a cunt with apologies to Sir Walter A Raleigh (1861-1922)

princebullock: John Winthrop, Jr., Sir Walter Raleigh & Dr. John Dee had been a members of the Invisible College that formed the foundation for the Roseicrucians.

JaneTheQuene: Researching the Letters and Papers of Sir Walter Raleigh - Guest Post by Tony Riches

mirrormation63: Sir Walter Raleigh after upon returning to England from a failed expedition to El Dorado with little to no gold, sometime around late 1617...

ktmargrit: Okay someone needs to order sir Walter Raleigh a custom fitting canes jersey

TheAmScho: In “The Nymph’s Reply to the Shepherd,” Sir Walter Raleigh imagines a response to Chrisopher Marlowe’s “The Passionate Shepherd to His Love”—a plea that Raleigh’s speaker does not find so romantic after all.

TheAmScho: In “The Nymph’s Reply to the Shepherd,” Sir Walter Raleigh imagines a response to Chrisopher Marlowe’s “The Passionate Shepherd to His Love”—a plea that Raleigh’s speaker does not find so romantic after all.

winchghosttours: You may be surprised to discover that Sir Walter Raleigh is said to haunt one particular spot in Winchester! You can find out where on our next tour!

DecKelleher: This is genuinely funny! Is Sir Walter Raleigh accompanying the Trade Secretary on her trips to the New World?

WietseBuwalda: “For whosoever commands the sea commands the trade; whosoever commands the trade of the world commands the riches of the world, and consequently the world itself,” - Sir Walter Raleigh 1829.

welfordwrites: Sir Walter Raleigh’s over-zealous servant. So what would you do if you thought your employer was on fire?

TheAmScho: For this week’s Read Me a Poem, Amanda Holmes reads “The Nymph’s Reply to the Shepherd” by Sir Walter Raleigh.

mariadyah0312: “Use your youth so that you may have comfort to remember it when it has forsaken you, and not sigh and grieve at the account thereof.” — Sir Walter Raleigh

medievalcowboy: as a white bitch i am genetically unprepared for the southern heat. sir walter raleigh you will pay

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TheAmScho: Listen to Amanda Holmes read “The Nymph’s Reply to the Shepherd” by Sir Walter Raleigh:

NiceHomeService: Reproducing Sir Walter Raleigh

TheAmScho: “If all the world and love were young, And truth in every Shepherd’s tongue, These pretty pleasures might me move, To live with thee, and be thy love.”

WritingWOMEN: “The Nymph’s Reply to the Shepherd” by Sir Walter Raleigh

Thehistorybits: Guest Post: Researching the Life of Sir Walter Raleigh by Tony Riches

KimMacthomas: Walter Raleigh’s Dubbed As Sir By Queen Elizabeth I - Unknown Artist dated (1830’’s) America”s Williamsburg Museum display

cdashiell: Sir Walter Raleigh, when they arrested him, had half a million francs on his back including a pair of fancy stays.

LogicalAtomist: "VA, that symbol for romance throughout the world of English speech: VA, which was captured for that world in the romantic period of English history by Sir Walter Raleigh, its most romantic figure: VA, which has been true to its origin and has steeped its history in romance. 2/3

LogicalAtomist: "Romance does not yield unbroken happiness: Sir Walter Raleigh suffered for his romance. Romance does not creep along the ground; like the memorial to Washington, it reaches upward - a silver thread uniting earth to the blue of heaven above." (Symbolism, 1927, Dedication) 3/3

TrumpWise: acre of their own land to feed themselves on. Historians never fully explain the clinging to life existance that was in place even without Sir Walter Raleigh's Peruvian tuber (the spud). Sasanach's of the HANOVERIAN Royalty were of the blood that later caused WW1 & 2. Imagine a

RAGriggsauthor: The story of Sir Walter Raleigh’s mother in Tudor Devon “ …….all the local places gave it an extra air of reality.” Find out more and links to buy paperback or e book

TimelineWH: How Sir Walter Raleigh Fell From Grace via History Hit

TrumpWise: Sir Walter Raleigh the hero who brought that tuber from Peru was given a chunk of Kilkenny for his good works & then some.

tylercurtain: Sir Walter Raleigh has a LOT of nonsense to answer for. (suit circa 1830)

RalphiesAscot: Who does he think he is, Sir Walter Raleigh?

colonialwmsburg: Curious about the bust of Sir Walter Raleigh that sits above the front porch of the Raleigh Tavern? To read more about this artifact, as well as where you can view the bust (hint: it's in the Restoring Williamsburg exhibition at the Art Museums), visit:

TheAmScho: This week on Read Me a Poem, Amanda Holmes reads “The Passionate Shepherd to His Love” by Christopher Marlowe—and next week, she’ll read the nymph’s response as imagined by Sir Walter Raleigh.

unclephillyL: I think the most pompous thing this Russ fella is that he named his kid “Octavia”. Octavia Fagoli. Who does she thing she is Sir Walter Raleigh?

mollybloomb0t: Sir Walter Raleigh, when they solicit must be why the.

soxgnasher: Old Pied Bull pub, 100 Upper Street, Islington N1 The current building dates back to 1830, Pied Bull, Church-row, Islington, traditionally the residence of Sir Walter Raleigh, and in the Elizabethan style, was taken down in 1826-7. The late front was modern but the parlour (the

recallalert1: It is recorded by antiquarian Sir Walter Raleigh, a dancing bear was heard near where Selfridges still stands, on successive Tuesdays in the end of 1660s.

whatifalthist: I wonder how Sir Walter Raleigh would feel that his side project of sending excess population to Virginia ended up becoming the most powerful nation in the world.

KimMacthomas: Miniature of Sir Walter Raleigh By Nicolas Hilliard.(1584) Some Historians don’t believe it’s Raleigh? But the back of it is dated (1584) Sir Walter Raleigh.private collection of The Howard family Earls Of Carlisle and Viscount Morpeth

Bolaji_Jeffrey: Probably listened to every syllable from this brilliant work. On my 3rd listen, my brain couldn’t help but draw a subtle thematic semblance with the poem — The Soul’s Errand by Sir Walter Raleigh. This is what intentional art looks and sounds like.

BrianaL57200133: Sir Walter Raleigh named Virginia

JohnTut60476496: Potatoes, despite being intensively identified with Ireland, were first domesticated in the region of modern-day southern Peru. Sir Walter Raleigh introduced potatoes to Ireland in 1589. There is a similar occurrence with the tomato and its association with Italy.

Edie1958: Sir Walter Raleigh colonists in Croatia present day Cape Hatteras the science of cartography the trajectory timeline of sojourn revealed

smepathfinder: An illegal armada from France would in normal times be a reason for war? Remember when Philip of Spain tried same tactics? Sir Walter Raleigh was on hand!

struth9guv: How media took nine months to leap on Starmer beer footage Heard about Sir Walter Raleigh in 1590, caught picking his nose while awaiting an audience with Elizabeth 1. He turned to his accuser & said," Just wait till you see what Keir Starmer gets up to in 2021."

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SeanThoennes: Alito cited Edward Coke as a reason to criminalize abortion. Coke, an English AG who prosecuted Sir Walter Raleigh for treason on the weakest evidence & helped define witches for the Witchcraft Act. Todays Supreme Court remaking America for the 1600s.

RyanNDanker: Recently learned that Sir Walter Raleigh’s widow kept his embalmed head for almost 30 years until her own death when the head was reunited with his body in St. Margaret’s, Westminster. History is never dull.

michaeldangreed: Going back in time to kick sir walter raleigh's ass instead of quitting smoking

RealChrisCote: today I learned Sir Walter Raleigh never came to North America.

welfordwrites: Sir Walter Raleigh to his son, a poem by Sir Walter Raleigh. A 12-line poem with a clear message, plus two unnecessary extra lines.

robkhenderson: Sir Walter Raleigh and the logic of envy

ardentsaviorops: Sir Walter Raleigh obtained a charter from this British queen before sending out a colonizing party to Roanoke 8286ac0e4777ecc2

superiorslav: 3. A 15th Century Dandy 4. Sir Walter Raleigh

tonihistorian: Sir Walter Raleigh, who has been called the last true Elizabethan, didn’t dance or joust, didn’t come from a noble family, or marry into one. So how did an impoverished law student become a favourite of the queen, and Captain of the Guard? Amazon UK:

Dearjenni1972: If mom was born in 53, a confirmed Catholic from St Gregory the Great, and made a prank AT&T phone call asking for Sir Walter Raleigh in her teen years, then what doesn't sound suspicious about an Italian?

Dearjenni1972: Did anyone receive a call saying, Do you have Sir Walter Raleigh in a tin can? The response being, Well you better let him out, he can't breathe in there. It's like asking, is your refrigerator running? Responding with, then you better go catch it

LJHAMMOND1: Tower of London. Prisoners included Anne Boleyn, Sir Walter Raleigh, Thomas Cromwell & Sir Thomas More, all subsequently beheaded. Tower Bridge in the background of photo 4.

Sellkyrck: I'm so tired I'm feeling so upset Although I'm so tired I'll have another cigarette And curse Sir Walter Raleigh He was such a stupid git

INWARDRUE: sir walter raleigh smoking a pipe & being doused by a servant who thinks he's on fire.

zach_sally: To you it’s a potato, to me it’s a potato. But to Sir Walter Bloody Raleigh it’s country estates, fine carriages, and as many girls as his tongue can cope with.

welfordwrites: The death of Sir Walter Raleigh, 1618. He was a hero of the Elizabethan age but fell victim to King James I. Click the link!

GregEnslen: “The Roanoke Colony, had it been successfully established, would have been the first English settlement in North America. In March 1584, Queen Elizabeth I allowed the renowned English explorer, Sir Walter Raleigh, to establish a colony in North America. Sir Walter..."

recallalert1: As reported by antiquarian Sir Walter Raleigh, a chanting mob slowly materialised for a full hour where Blake's house stood in Lambeth, exactly three days before 1914.

paperweightsrus: Check out 1957 Ladybird Book Sir Walter Raleigh series 561

BeineckeLibrary: Robert Paston, Earl of Yarmouth Recipe book, ca 1670-83: medical, chemical & household recipes & formulas; digitized:

DavidCranmerUn1: Sir Walter Raleigh, an important figure in the English settlement of Virginia. As a consequence of their kinship with the Champernowne family, all of the Raleigh and Gilbert brothers became prominent during the reigns of Elizabeth I and James I. Raleigh's family was highly

chbmeredith: Bob Newhart at 92. His Sir Walter Raleigh skit from the 60s is still priceless!

Nordkomplott: New video by Historic Royal Palaces: Sir Walter Raleigh’s medicinal garden at the Tower

inquisitioneu: Sir Walter Raleigh Burner ... With mag wheels

welfordwrites: The myth of Sir Walter Raleigh's potatoes. It is simply not true that he introduced the vegetable to England.

Mutter_Mike: Sir Walter Raleigh with a little spice.

MGanjafairy: Why do you still have the monarchy? I don’t understand Queen Elisabeth the 1 installed my family here with sir Walter Raleigh Lord Townsend is my 5 times Grandfather we have a mansion Oyster bay New York I have never seen

firecontrol: I was dillydallying around looking into my genealogy yesterday, and discovered that 12 generations back, I'm descended from the Throckmortons, who were real 16th/17th century movers-and-shakers. My 1st cousin 12x removed, e.g., eloped with Sir Walter Raleigh. (there's more!)

firecontrol: She (Elizabeth Throckmorton Raleigh) apparently retained possession of good Sir Walter's head after his decapitation -- had it embalmed and took it with her everywhere she went. (insert "two heads are better than one joke >HERE<.)

Factsofw0rld: Sir Walter Raleigh’s devoted widow Elizabeth kept his decapitated head with her in a velvet bag for 29 years.

FAPA: "The engine is the heart of an airplane, but the pilot is its soul." — Sir Walter Alexander Raleigh. Not a darn thing wrong with old(er) souls, and the industry still needs you!

t0x1cst0p: This is sir Walter Raleigh he was literally so fine in the Elizabeth golden age movie I was like damn if I weren’t in class I would’ve gone crazy over him he is so fine and his accent is so fine and his eyes are so fine and everything about him is so fine ok the end

on_slog: Sir Walter Raleigh. Good to it.

JeremyZegas82: Execution (judicial murder?) of Sir Walter Raleigh

CM18S: And curse Sir Walter Raleigh, he was such a stupid git.

welfordwrites: Do meet my husband - he's in this bag. Sir Walter Raleigh’s widow had an extraordinary way of mourning her loss.

recallalert1: Source: antiquarian Sir Walter Raleigh, a large dark animal, like a giant horse, stalked quietly over Buckingham Palace, towards the last days of 1537.

soxgnasher: HH Vol 12PDF Timber framed and said to have been the dwelling of Sir Walter Raleigh, it was demolished in the late. 19th century for the construction of Fortescue. Avenue. 31 pages of a PDF

cushmanbooks: Before WhiteOut … examining the “Virginea Pars” map, produced from explorations conducted by members of Sir Walter Raleigh’s Roanoke Colony of 1584-1590.

SchoolDepotCoUk: Morpurgo, Michael

AndrewConte: Grateful to readers sharing memories of WAMO. One mentioned two favorite DJs: Bill Powell & Sir Walter Raleigh (John Christian). Listeners’ love is testament to WAMO’s legacy. On Media: Audacy returning WAMO to its rightful place -

1stormie1: Congrats  to the Appearance Commission for a great Sir Walter Raleigh Awards event.

IanYorston: “Pamlico” Sound was named for the Native American tribe that lived along the sound's mainland banks—albeit they were referred to as the Pamouik by the Raleigh expeditions of 1584 Sir Walter Raleigh and Sir Humphrey Gilbert were half-brothers. Obviously.

spike_abbott: Locking up The Bloody Tower this evening, where Sir Walter Raleigh was held for 13 years. It’s been a very busy day!

welfordwrites: Sir Walter Raleigh’s over-zealous servant. So what would you do if you thought your employer was on fire?

WGrimsmith: Undutiful words of a subject do often take root deeper than the memory of ill deeds. ~Sir Walter Raleigh

BrianaL57200133: "The discovery of Croatoan by Sir Walter's Raleigh Expedition painted by John White. Croatan is a nearby island on the Outer Banks, but it could not be investigated due to an approaching hurricane."



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