Argall



Sir Samuel, 1572–1639, British explorer: colonial governor of Virginia 1617–19.
Historical Examples

Powhatan was deeply offended, and nothing more was heard from him until another overture from Argall.
The Birth of the Nation Mrs. Roger A. Pryor

Take two scruples of cochineal, and two ounces of Argall finely pounded and sifted, and mix it with the liquor a little at a time.
The Cook and Housekeeper’s Complete and Universal Dictionary; Including a System of Modern Cookery, in all Its Various Branches, Mary Eaton

Wyatt and Yeardley were men of a different stamp from Dale and Argall.
Give Me Liberty Thomas J. Wertenbaker

(p. 233)—Argall’s lieutenant, in command of the captured “Jonas.”
The Jesuit Relations and Allied Documents, Vol. I: Acadia, 1610-1613 Various

After this Governor Argall returned satisfied with the provision and plunder he had got in those two settlements.
The History of Virginia, in Four Parts Robert Beverley

In May, 1618 Argall returned to Virginia as deputy governor in charge.
The First Seventeen Years: Virginia 1607-1624 Charles E. Hatch

It seems the king of France had granted them a patent for this settlement, but they gave it up to Captain Argall to be cancelled.
The History of Virginia, in Four Parts Robert Beverley

Argall asked for the commander, but La Saussaye had fled to the woods.
Pioneers Of France In The New World Francis Parkman, Jr.

Although she had no idea that her identity was known to Captain Argall, Pocahontas refused to go.
The Stronghold Miriam Haynie

In vain Argall remonstrated, urging that he had pledged his word for their lives.
Pioneers Of France In The New World Francis Parkman, Jr.

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