Anne bonny a young maiden married a young man who

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Anne Bonny-A young maiden married a young man who seemed to steal silver spoons, which he blamed on a maid-The young man was eventually run away because people found out what he was doing, and he was being hunted down-The husband had relations with a maid which forced his wife to take actions against the maid-She charged the maid with stealing the spoons, which turned the husband against his wife and in sympathy of his mistress-The maid was sent to prison she was found to be bearing a girl, which she delivered upon her release due to lack of evidence-However, the wife also was bearing a child, despite not sharing intimacy with her husband anymore.-Anne Bonny came from the adulty committed by the husband to the maid-Anne had bad temper from a young age and was rumored to have killed a servant maid, this was soon debunked however-She was presumed to be a great marriage prospect by her father, so when he learned she married behind his back to a man who longed to be at sea this caused him to kick her out of his house.-This prompted Anne Bonny and here new husband to ship themselves out to the island of providence to find employment.-Soon Anne Bonny became associated with the Pirate Rackham, who courted her and caused her to distance herself from her husband and go to sea with this pirate-When the King stated that pirate surrenders would not be punished this allowed for Rackham and his crew including Anne Bonny and Mary Read to become rebranded as privateers-When captured Anne Bonny told her fiancé (Rackham) that if he had fought like a man he would not have been hung like a dog.In-class notes:
Wreck of the Spanish silver fleet-Gold and silver were the most liquid asset-June 30th, 1715, The Spanish Flotta fleet (12 ships), treasure ship, was making its way past Bahama and just under Florida and had been facing heavy winds; Headed out from Havana. One by one 11 of the ships are bashed against the coast of Florida, and thousands of lives are lost. Many of the ships were overloaded, as a result less sea-worthy. Only one ship survives and makes it back to Havana to report the accident.-This sets off a treasure fever in the Caribbean in search of the precious stones and jewelsthat is still going on to this day.Treasure fever:-Spanish government sent a recovery salvage team to find the fallen ships, but other pirates and people hear word of this and also go looking for the treasureoThe largest camp received an attack of 300 raiders. The base only had 60 Spanish soldiers and were easily taken. The raiders waited until a substantial amount of treasure was found until they attacked.oMany were ex-privateers, and make off with 60 thousand pieces of (eights)?-Captain Henry Jennings; Benjamin HornigoldoJennings led the raid and attacks and proceeded to attack another Spanish ship (this was during a period of piece) and the Jamaican governor decides not to allow him back into Jamaica.

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