Admiral Somers runs his ship ashore Bermuda c Admiral Sir Geirge Somers was the founder of the English colony of Bermuda In he was placed in command of a fleet of seven ships carrying settlers and supplies for the colony of Jamestown Virginia The ships were scattered by a hurricane and Somers deliberately ran his ship the Sea Venture aground to prevent her from foundering All people and one dog aboard survived the ordeal The events are said to have inspired Shakespeares play The Tempest A print from Cassells History of the United States by Edmund Ollier Volume I Cassell Petter and Galpin London c
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