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Robert Jenkins was a Welsh master mariner, famous as the protagonist of the " Jenkins's ear" ... In his deposition of 18 June 1731, Jenkins stated that the Spanish captain, "took hold of his left Ear and with his Cutlass slit it down, and then ...

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The War of Jenkins' Ear was a conflict between Britain and Spain lasting from 1739 to 1748, with major operations largely ended by 1742. Its unusual name, coined by British historian Thomas Carlyle in 1858, refers to an ear severed from Robert Jenkins, a captain of a British merchant ...

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War of Jenkins' Ear, war between Great Britain and Spain that began in ... that took place in 1738 when Captain Robert Jenkins appeared before a committee of  ...

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Robert Jenkins, owner of said 'ear', was a British Sea Captain whose ear was said to have been cut-off by Spanish Coast Guards who boarded and searched ...

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Jun 24, 2017 ... On April 9, in 1731, while returning home from a smuggling mission in the West Indies, Captain Robert Jenkins's ship Rebecca was boarded by ...

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The Oxford Companion to British History 2002, originally published by Oxford University Press 2002. Jenkins's Ear, War of. Although Captain Jenkins's ear was  ...

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Spain well before Captain Jenkins showed his ear to Parliament. ... symposium on the War of Jenkins' Ear held on St. Simons Island in July 1992, to mark the.

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Sep 8, 2017 ... Jenkins is captain of a ship named the Milka, with which he runs various nefarious cargoes in and out of any port he can. His boat has ...

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Nov 19, 2010 ... Its unusual name, coined by Thomas Carlyle in 1858,relates to Robert Jenkins, captain of a British merchant ship, who exhibited his severed ...