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Subject: SPANISH NAVY
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A DIALOGUE BETWEEN GEORGE AND FOX, by PHILIP FRENEAU    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Good charly fox, your counsel I implore
Last Line: And france, triumphant, stems the subject main.
Subject(s): American Revolution; Fox, Charles James (1749-1806); George Iii, King Of England (1738-1820); Great Britain - Foreign Relations; Navy - France; Navy - Great Britain; Navy - Spain; French Navy; English Navy; Spanish Navy


CERVERA, by BERTRAND SHADWELL    Poem Text            
First Line: Hail to thee, gallant foe!
Last Line: Honor above them.
Subject(s): Admirals; Cervera, Pasquale De (1839-1909); Navy - Spain; Sea Battles; Spanish-american War (1898); Spanish Navy; Naval Warfare


SPAIN'S LAST ARMADA, by WALLACE RICE    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: They fling their flags upon the morn
Last Line: To shed their lurid lustre on the empire that was spain.
Alternate Author Name(s): Groot, Cecil De
Subject(s): Courage; Navy - Spain; Sea Battles; Spanish-american War (1898); Valor; Bravery; Spanish Navy; Naval Warfare


THE DRAGON OF THE SEAS, by THOMAS NELSON PAGE    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: They say the spanish ships are out
Last Line: Has waked to life again.
Subject(s): Navy - Spain; Spanish-american War (1898); Spanish Navy


THE SAILING OF THE FLEET, by ANONYMOUS    Poem Text            
First Line: Two fleets have sailed from spain. The one would seek
Last Line: For sons of drake are lords of colon's world
Subject(s): Navy - Spain;spanish-american War (1898); Spanish Navy