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The Great Harry

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Henry Grace à Dieu ("Henry, Thanks be to God"), also known as Great Harry, was an English carrack or "great ship" of the King's Fleet in the 16th century, and in her day the largest warship in the world. Contemporary with Mary Rose, Henry Grace à Dieu was even larger, and served as Henry VIII's flagship.

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Author
Admirable Curiosities, Rarities and Wonders
In England, Scotland and Ireland
By Richard Burton
Published in 1811
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