Pirates -- Caribbean Sea -- Drama. : Pirates of the Caribbean [videorecording] : the curse of the Black Pearl / Walt Disney Pictures presents in association with Jerry Bruckheimer Films ; produced by Jerry Bruckheimer ; screenplay by Ted Elliott & Terry Rossio ; directed by Gore Verbinski.
Pirates -- Caribbean Sea -- Early works to 1800. : Rich newes from Jamaica of great spoyl made by the English upon the enemy, both by land & sea. [electronic resource] : Being the substance of a letter from Cornelius Burroughs, steward generall, dated from Point-Cagway.
Pirates -- Comic books, strips, etc. : Geronimo Stilton graphic novel. 12, The first samurai / text by Geronimo Stilton ; story by Michele Foschini ; script by Leonardo Favia ; illustrations by Ennio Bufi and color by Mirka Andolfo ; translation by Nanette McGuinness.
Pirates -- Cuba -- History -- 19th century. : The atrocities of the pirates : being a faithful narrative of the unparalleled sufferings endured by the author during his captivity among the pirates of the island of Cuba : with an account of the excesses and barbarities of those inhuman freebooters / by Aaron Smith, together with a copious and explicit report of his subsequent trial at the Old Bailey ; decorated throughout with engravings by Eric Ravilious.
Pirates -- East Indies. : To the most honourable assembly of knights, citizens, and burgesses of the House of Parliament [electronic resource] : the humble petition of the adventurers in the ship called the Pearle.
Pirates -- England -- Biography. : Lives and exploits of English highwaymen, pirates, & robbers : drawn from the most authentic sources / by Capt. Charles Johnson ; revised & continued to the present time by C. Whitehead ; embellished with sixteen spirited engravings.
Pirates -- English Channel. : A Full and true relation of an English vessel newly taken by a company of French pyrats [electronic resource] : who, after they had cruelly robb'd her of all her goods, kill'd part of her men : but being afterwards taken by the English, their ships were ordered to be sent prisoners to Wapping Dock and their captains to be confin'd to the Marshalsees, there at next sessions to be try'd for their lives.
Pirates -- History -- 14th century. : The spoils of the Pope and the pirates, 1357 : the complete legal dossier from the Vatican Archives / edited for the Ames Foundation by Daniel Williman and Karen Ann Corsano.