Tardis

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One Virtue, and a Thousand Crimes was the seventh short story in the anthology Adventures in Lockdown. It was written by Neil Gaiman and featured the Seventh Corsair.

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  • The Corsair's TARDIS is a Type 60 named the Esperanza.
  • The Corsair travels with a talking parrot.
  • The poet Byron wrote about a Corsair.

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