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Sea King, Westland

Manx Kingship in its Irish Sea Setting, 1187-1229: King Rgnvaldr and the Crovan Dynasty

15 By the King. A Proclamation concerning Warlike ships at Sea. [Greenwich 23 June 1603]

King Cotton on the Middle Sea: acclimatization projects and the French links to the early modern Mediterranean

64 By the King. A Proclamation declaring what Flags South and North Britain shall bear at Sea. [Westminster 12 April 1606]

197 By the King. A Proclamation restraining the Importation of any sort of Glasse from beyond Seas. [Theobalds 25 February 1620]

431 By the King. A Proclamation declaring His Majesty's Grace to the Mariners and Sea-men. [Oxford 7 July 1643]

493 By the King. A Proclamation for taking of Prizes at Sea in the Time of this Rebellion. [Oxford 9 May 1644]

511 [By the King.] [A Proclamation to All Sea-men and Mariners.] [Oxford 5 March 1645]

90 By the King. A Proclamation for His Majesty's better Service, either at Sea, or Land. [Whitehall 17 June 1628]

94 By the King. A Proclamation directing how Prisoners shall bee ordered which are taken at Sea, by men of Warre. [Portsmouth 23 July 1628]

219 By the King. A Proclamation touching Books first Printed here, and after reprinted beyond the Seas, and imported hither. [Westminster 1 May 1636]

220 By the King. A Proclamation for restraint of Fishing upon His Majesty's Seas and Coasts without Licence. [Westminster 10 May 1636]

28 By the King. A Proclamation to repress all Piracies and Depredations upon the Sea. [Winchester 30 September 1603]

Low allozyme heterozygosity in North Pacific and Bering Sea populations of red king crab (Paralithodes camtschaticus): adaptive specialization, population bottleneck, or metapopulation structure?

Establishment and ecosystem effects of the alien invasive red king crab (Paralithodes camtschaticus) in the Barents Sea–a review

PATTERNS OF MORPHOLOGICAL VARIATION OF THE DEEP-SEA GASTROPOD TROSCHELIA BERNICIENSIS (KING, 1846) (BUCCINIDAE) FROM THE NORTHEASTERN ATLANTIC OCEAN

George VI (1895–1952), king of Great Britain, Ireland, and the British dominions beyond the seas, and sometime emperor of India

 

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