A Pirate’s World Miran & Pennie Clothing • Slops - canvas doublet, breeches, knitted caps (Monmouth caps), cotton waistcoats and drawers, stockings, linen shirts and shoes. • It came from whatever they stole from other ships • Favored the colors that the government banned them to wear Weapons • They were focused on capturing the enemies ships, contents, and people with as little damage as possible to the prizes. • Used guns, canons, swords, cannon balls, bombs, pistols, rifles, muskets, daggers, axes, hooks. Pirate Code of Conduct 1. Every man has equal vote in affairs 2. Every man is called fairly by the list of board on prizes 3. No one shall gain for money 4. Lights and candles are out at 8 5. If they want to drink they need to be outside 6. Each man has their weapons clean and ready for actions 7. No women or children and no seducing 8. He who deserts the ship is punished by death or marooning 9. None shall strike another aboard the ship. Every man’s argument is ended on shore by sword or pistol 10. No man shall talk about breaking up their way of living until each has a share of 1000 pounds. The captain and quarter master gets two shares of the prize the master gutter and boat Swayne one and one half share. Officer one and one quarter share, private gentleman one each. 11. The musicians only rest on the Sabbath day. Deadlights: eyes Language Dog: A friendly insult Davy Jones' locker : The bottom of the ocean Gangway!: Get out of my way! Feed the fish: thrown to sea Swag: Loot. Head: bathrooms Bucko: Friend Arr, Ahoy, Avast!, Sink me! Yo-ho-ho : Terms of exclamation Keelhaul: Punishment by dragging under the ship from one side to the other Fair winds! Goodbye, good luck!. Smartly: Quickly Dead men tell no tales: leaving no survivors Flags Flown by Calico Jack Rackham They would fly false flags until they had their enemy within firing range. Then the Jolly Roger would be raised, often with a warning shot. The flag of Blackbeard Flag of Christopher Moody Flying a Jolly Roger proved them a pirate. Just having or using a Jolly Roger was considered proof that they were a criminal pirate , not legitimate. Only a pirate would fly the Jolly Roger, because he was already under threat of execution Walter Kennedy’s flag Pirate Songs The traditional songs called sea shanties orchestrated the labor of the pirates, which providing a rhythmic beat to go with heavy lifting. Haul away Joe Oi courted then a Frenchie gal, she took things free an' aisy, 'Way haul away, we'll haul away Joe! But now Oi've got an English gal an' sure she is a daisy. 'Way haul away, we'll haul away Joe!