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QUEEN OF FRANCE


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QUEEN OF SPAIN
QUEEN OF SWEDEN


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20


T. Barnard
J Wilson


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RAMBLER

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RANGER

RANGER

RANGER

RANGER

RANGER

RANGER

RANGER

RANGER

RANGER...



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Schr. 4
Schr. 4
Ship. 1C
Schr. 1 .



Brig.
Brig.
Schr.



RANGER .



RANGER ,



RANGER

RANGER...



Ship.
Schr.
Brig. 10
Brig.
Brig. 8
Schr.
Schr.
Brig.
Brig. 14
Snow! 14
Snow 18

Galley 2

Galley 1
Brig.



Brig.



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RANGER Sloop, 8

RANGER Sloop 6

RANGER Sloop! 2

RANGER Sloop! 7

RANGER | Brig. 14

RA.NGER Brig. 14

RANDOLPH | Brig. 8

RANDOLPH Sloop; 18

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P. House & A. Mcach Conn.

B. Fuller IN. H.

J. Sevire N. H.

B. Lovet Mass.

J. Macfatridje Pa .

J. Derry Pa.

J. Bussington Md.

J. Tale Md.

S. Caffin 1N.H

Roberts i Mass

S. Babson Mass

T.Simmons Mass

J. Knight Mass

J. Burgis Mass

J. Christopher Mass

E. Lathrop Conn

A. Riley Conn

P. Dennis Pa.

Hudson Pa.



Hume.



W.Ely

N. Hazard

J. Warden

H. Montgomery....

J. Hunter

A. Lawrence

J. Wainwright...,

T. Johnson

J. Buchanan ,

J. Gifibrd, &c....,
A. Peck, or Rich....
M. Clark..



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Pa.

Pa.

Pa.

Pa.

Pa.

Pa.

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Md.

Md.

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Mass



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6
6

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9


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May. Captured 2 ships witli military stores;
was subsequently bought for the U. S. ser
vice.

October. Captured a West India privateer by
boarding, after a severe contest, in which tlie
enemy lost about 40 in killed and wounded.



The. British claim to have captured a cruiser of
this name.



PUBLIC AND PRIVATE ARMED VESSELS, ETC.



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CAPTURES, &c.


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15




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RATTLESNAKE


Schr


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G. Bell


Pa.


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auction in Little Egg Harbor in November of


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Pa.







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Ship


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J. Davis


Mass.







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in




40


G. Olmstead









RAVEN .


Schr


10




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G. Hollister




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T? AVRW


?clii-


10




15


S. Buckland









REBACH




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36


D. Phips


Conn.







REBECCA


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Pa.


8




REBECCA


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20




Pa.


9




REBECCA ..


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4




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REBECCA ...




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J. Miller


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Pa.


2






Brig.


8


10


70


Wheelwright...


Mass


6








10




55


P. Read




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4




25


B. Frizzle


Mass


1








4




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Mass


1




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6




12




Mass


9






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11




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REPUBLIC


Sloop


19






J. F. Williams


Mass


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Captured ship Julius Cfcsar; armed ship; valu






6




25


A. Potter, &c


Mass


1


able cargo; to Boston.




Schr


4


6


40


W. Wand, &c


Md.


6


Captured a schooner, tender to the Englisl






on




130


g West




2


squadron.


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One of these captured 5 vessels in 1779; car


RESOLUTION


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P. Eldred


Conn


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goes of coal, &c.


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R. Ober


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RrxoTTRPF


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11


R


60


J. Audit


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Conn


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10


9


70


Giles


Mass


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Captured a ship, armed with 6 guns, after i


















resistance of 3 hours.



160



PUBLIC AND PRIVATE ARMED VESSELS, ETC.



VESSELS.


5


Guns.
Swivels.


C

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2


Commanded by


oj

3

1/2


to

rt

Q


CAPTURES, &c.


RETALIATION . .


Ship.


12 ....


10




Mass.







RETALIATION ....


Ship.


10 ....


04


S Sewell


Mass.


1




RETALIATION


Ship.


10 .


95


S. Rice


N. H


o




RETALIATION


Sloop


i
12


(10


W. Havens &E. Hart


Conn





The hri * of this name had a drawn action with


RETALIATION


Briff.


8 ....


5


P. Hollock


Pa.


q


an armed brig and cutter ofl St. Kitts, May
14, 1779.


RETALIATION


Schr.


.... 1


15


H. Baker


Pa.


n




RETALIATION




10 ....


50


C. Whiulesey


Pa.


9




RETALIATION


Galley


6 .


50




Pa.


q




RETRIEVE


Sloop


10 16


80




Mass.


6




RETRIEVE


Sloop


6 ....


18


W.Saul


Pa.


q




REVENGE




12 .


80




Mass.


fi


Aug.,&c. Captured Ships Anna Maria cargo


REVENGE


Sloop


4 |


14




Mass





of rum and sugar; Polly, cargo of wine, &c.
Bri tr s Harlequin and ranny, cargo of rum


REVENGE


Sloop


4 ....


H




Mass.


i


and sugar. Sloop Betsey, and one other, re
leased with prisoners.


RFWNni?


Schr


8


40




Mass


i




REVENGE ....


Schr


4 . ...


35




Mass.


i




REVENGE ,


Schr


4 ....


3,5


Z. Coat


Mass.


i




REVFNGE




12 ....


8(1


N. Post


Conn


fl


1.


REVENGE




6 ....


fi4




Conn


fi


It was probably one of these that was finally


REVENGE


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10


SO


J. Conklin




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destroyed in the Penobscot in 1779.


REVENGE .




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REVENGE


Schr.


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94


W. Gosnold


Md.


7




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REVENGE


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12 4


40




Md.


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convoy, and in company with a brig and


REVENGK


Schr


G ....


25


J. Mcrcior


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ship, brig, and 3 privateer schooners. Was


REVENGE


Boat


2


45




Va.


1


coast of France. Had previously captured a


REVOLT


Brig




fl


H. Phelps




I


foundland.


REVOLUTION
REVOLUTION
RICHARD ,


Ship.
Ship.
Sloop


20 i ....

26 ....
6 ....


CO
130

11


J. McNachtane
J. McNachtane


Pa.
Pa.


9

1

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RICHARDSON




2 4


10




Md.


8




RICHMOND


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12 .


50




Pa


9




RICHMOND




2 C


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H. Gcddcs


Md


8




RICHMOND




12 ....





J. Pray


Va.


2




RIGHT HAND




5 ....


15


A Palmer , .




i




RIGHT AND JUSTICE....


Sloop


8 ....


10




Conn.







RISING STATES


Brifr.


20 16


100




Mass


e




RISING STATES


Bri".


14 ....


70




Md.


1




RISING SUN...


o-

Ship.


20 ....


no


S. Cassln


Pa.


1




RISING SUN


Ship.







Stephen Decatur


Pa.


1





PUBLIC AND PRIVATE ARMED VESSELS, ETC.



161





m












VESSELS.


n

<a C .





Commanded by


oj


V


CAPTURES, &c.


s \ a \ n






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a




02


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RISING SUN Sloop

ROBIN HOOD ! Ship.)

ROBUST Schr.

ROCHESTER j Boat.

ROCHAMBEAU Snow

ROEBUCK Ship.

ROMEO ! Sloop

ROMULUS Brig.

ROMULUS Brig. 1

ROSE Brig .

ROSE Ship.

ROSS : Brig.

ROVER Sloopl

ROVER. c . ! Schr.

ROVER Schr.

ROVER i Ship.

ROVER Schr.

ROVER Schr.

ROVER.. . Schr.



ROVER GALLEY .........



Schr.



22
G
G
I



SACO BOB ................. Schr.

SALEM .................... Brig.

SALEM .................... Schr. 1

SALEM .................... Sloop!

SALEM PACKET .......... ! Ship. 1

SALEM PACKET .......... Ship.;

SALAMANDER ............ Cutter

SALAMANDER ............ Schr .

SALMON ................... j Schr.

SALLY .................... ! Sloop,

SALLY .................... Sloop,

SALLY.. ..... 1 ...... .



60

I
...25



4



Md.

S. Smith Mass.

J. Tucker... /Pa.



11



ROXENA | Brig.

ROYAL LOUIS Ship.

RUBY \ Ship. 1

RUBY Brig.

RUOMPONEE JGallcy

RUTLEDGE ! Sloop

RUTLEDGE... . Brig. 12 . .1 GO



20 i
35 I
90
15
25
20 I
20 i
40
25
80
20
40
100
30
30
10



S. Morten .



Mass.



M. Melally Mass.;

<i G. Hemfield j Mass.j

i Gray Mass.

J. Grimes Mass.

J. Grafton, &c i Mass.



T. Palfrey Pa.

T. Crag ipa.

T. Mesnard. Pa.

T. Chambers I Va.

|

Forrester



200

21 |
20

...1 13 :

10



E. Ay re Mass.

D. Nicciham Mass.

J. Barre Mass.

J. Moogridge Mass.

Z. Young Mass.

T. Patten Md.

L. Carver i Mass

C. Richards N. H.

Stephen Decatur . . . ,i Pa.

S. Babson N. H.

S. Babson Mass

J. Wilkinson Conn.

J. Earlc Md.

J. Smith . Pa.



3 .... 35 T. Coit N. H.

12 .... 20 | H.Williams Mass

G .... 30

C j.... 25

12 .... 30

20 J. Brewer Mass.

50 ! J.Atkins N. H.

7 |....| 40 A. Reed N. H.

4 .... 16 : P.Hollock | Pa.



E.Stanley ; Mass.

J. Stilwell Pa.

J. Cook Mass.



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180



April. 0/1" Salem captured the privateer sloop
Castor, of 8 guns and CO men.



Engaged the ship Africa, which soon after blew
up, and only three lives out of a crew of 26
saved. Captured the snow Lively, and the
brigs Mary and James, Sarah Ann, and the
Good Intent.

A packet of this name, carrying G guns, was
captured by an American privateer, Captain
Sweet, in 1779.

The enemy claim to have captured a cruiser of
this name, carrying 14 guns.



July. Cnptured the Briiish sloop of war Ac
tive. See Pa. Packet, August, 1781.

> Evidently the same vessel.



, J. Smith N. Y. 9

, ! Stone.

, Holmes,,,.,. ni., Mass.! 9



Had a drawn battle with a transport ship of 8
guns, and sustained a loss of 5 killed and 12
wounded.

Destroyed in the Penobscot to prevent capture.



162



PUBLIC AND PRIVATE ARMED VESSELS, ETC.



VESSELS.


tn

a



oa

c

3

O


Swivels, i


1


Commanded by


S

<3

W


o

"2
Q


CAPTURES, &c.


SALLY


Schr.






IT




N. PI.


1




SALLY


Sloop




o


16


E Crocker


Mass







SALLY


Sloop


14




50




Conn.


n




SALLY


Schr.




9


10


J Dod^e


Conn.


7




SALLY


Bri".


6




12




Conn.


n




SALLY


Briar.


14




30




Pa.


q




SALLY




1









Pa.







SALLY


Schr.







10




Pa.


n




SALLY




^




10




Pa.


i




SALSBURY


Brig.


fi




"fl




Md.


a




SAMPSON


Bri".


1R




110




Conn.


i




SAMPSON


Schr.


4




Or,




Conn.


7




SAMUEL .


Bri".


g









Pa.


q




SAMUEL


Brig.


4




15




Conn.


]




SARAH


Sloop


8









Conn.


n




SARATOGA


Bri< T .


1


8







Md.


8


Captured brig Chance, and in company wit


SARATOGA > . .


Boat




1


10






o


privateer Argo, captured a cutter of 10 gun
and 52 men, with a loss of 4 killed and sevt


SATISFACTION
SATISFACTION


Schr.


14


10
1


20

100


M. Smethhurst ....


Mass.


2

7


ral wounded.


SAUCY JACK


Ship.


22




140




Va.







SAUCY QUEEN


Schr.


5




10


S Miller


Conn.


q




SAVAGE


Schr.


4


4


1


H. Gcdtles


Md.


8




SCAMMEL .....


Schr .


16




CO









October was chased on the Jersey shore b


SCARBOROUGH


Ship.


10




40




N. H.





two British men of war, whose boats wei
beaten off, and the privateer afterwards gf


SCHU YLKILL


Brig.


in




SG




Pa.


1


off without having sustained material injur


SCHUYLKILL


Bri".


8




IS




Pa.


1




SCHUYLER


Sloop








J Smith & C. Pond.


N. Y.


ft


June, captured a ship having on board 20 pr






8




Ti


J Stoklc.,


N. H.


9


soners. August, captured 5 other vessel
and recaptured sloop Nancy.


SCOTCH IRISH . . .


Boat.







12


J Win^ ..




j




SCOUP^GE .. .......


Ship.


<>0




1"0


J. Parker..,




1




SE\ FLOWER


Schr.


8




18


W. Whitcomb


N. H


1




SEA FLOWER


Brie.


fi




15


W. Whitcomb




1


.


SEA FLOWER


Sloop


4




30






2




SEA FLOWER




6




40


D. Nye




ft




SEA FLOWER


Schr.


fi




19


W. Breden.........


Pa.


1




SEBASTIAN


Ship.


10




10




Mass.


n




SEIGNOHA BERNARDO...


Sloop


5




15


J. Turner


Pa.


i




SENEGAL


Brig.


10




15


N. Bentley




i






Galley


6




40




Mass.


q












1











PUBLIC AND PRIVATE ARMKD VESSELS; ETC.



163



VESSELS.


g

n

a

O


w

c
3

C5


Swivels.
Men.


Commanded by


cj

3

01


QJ
^3

Q


CAPTURES, &c.


SHARK
SHARK


Brig.


14
2

4

2
14
2

12
o


... 80
... 50

... 35
... 11

... 22
... 50

..." 20


D Allen


Mass.
Conn.
Mass.
Conn.
Mass.
Va.
Mass.
N. J.
Mass.
Conn.
Md.
Md.
Mass.
Mass.
N.H.
Mass.
Mass
Mass

Pa.
Pa.

Md.
Conn
Mass
Pa.


1

G
1
2
2
1
1
8
9
8
9
1
1
2
1
G
1
2

9
9
9
2
2
6


Under Capt. Hopkins, in 1779, captured 4
prizes.

Captured, and sent into port, 19 prizes up to
1779.
Probably overrated in guns and men.

Oct., captured a snow and sent her into Boston.

August 3, lost 1 killed and 3 wounded, in the
attack upon the British ships Rose and Phce-




SHAVING MILL
SHELALLY


Boat.
Galley
Brig.
Cutter
Schr.


D. Loring
E Hatch, &c


SHERWOOD


J Tucker


SINCOLA


W Wooder


SIREN
SKUNK






SKY ROCKET
SN\KE


Brig.
Sloop
Brig.
Schr


1C
4

14
g


....120




.... 20
G GO
.... 30


\ Riley






SOMERSET




SPANISH FAME
SPANISH PACKET
SPEEDWELL


Brig.
Ship.
Sloop
Sloop
Brig.


10
10
4
8
10
o


.... 25
.... 20
.... 30

12 70
.... 50

20




T Dalling




SPEEDWELL




SPEEDWELL
SPEEDWELL






SPEEDWELL
SPEEDWELL


Ship.


10


.... 25


T. Bell.
J Walters


SPEEDWELL
SPEEDWELL


Schr.
Schr.
Galley
Brig.
Galley


2
2

1
2


.... 10
6 11

7 ! 15
10 20
.... 50




li Lyle


SPIDER




SPITFIRE


W Perkins


SPITFIRE









SPITFIRE

SPITFIRE



SPRING BIRD



Brig.
Bri



Schr.



Boat
Boat



SPY

SPY

|

SPY ! Schr.

SPY Boat.



ST. CLAIR

ST. HELEN

ST. JAMES..



ST. JAMES Ship.

ST. JOHN Schr.

ST. JOHN Schr.

ST. MARY S Brig.



Ship.
Ship.
Ship.



10



1

18
10
20

20
10
4

ia



20 C. Besse : Md. j 1

20 H. White &S. Belize! Pa. jl&2
25 P. Reed ! N.



nix, in the North River.



G | 10
10



1-1
BO
60
....100
...JlOO
45
12
30



J. Trundall, &c N.H. 2

J. Squire .Conn. 2



R. Wiles



Conn. G



D. McCullough ; Pa. 1

G. Curwin Pa. 1

I

A. Still well i Pa. 2

Thomas Truxtun... Pa. 1

A. Cam Pa. 2

J. Rice , Pa. j 8

M. Strong Pa. 8

j

J. Leach I Mass.! 2

I !



This cruiser sailed some time under Commo.
Hopkins s orders. In August of this year
captured the ship Hope, and in September
the schooner Mary and Elizabeth, with car
goes of coffee, rum, and sugar.



On her passage to France, with T. Barclay,
consul-general, had n drawn battle with a
ship of equal force, (reported to carry 26
guns; also reported to carry 32 guns, in the
Biography of Commo. Truxtun. See vol.
1st, Portfolio for 1809 ; and Go^sbnrough s
Naval Chronicle, vol. 1st, p. 28); that was
sent from Now York to capture her ; her 3d
lieutenant, Win. Jones, was subsequently
Secretary of the Navy.



164



PUBLIC AND PRIVATE ARMED VESSELS, ETC.



VESSELS.


u


to

E

S

o


Swivels. :


B

o


Commanded by


f
cc


6

1


CAPTURES, &c.


ST. NEPOMECENI


Bri".


8


25
25
50
18
12
60
100
80
25
18
15
30
20
20
CO

7
9


W. Paul, &c
P Thrash


Pa.

N.I1.
Pa.
Md.
N. II.
Pa.
Md.
Md.
N. 11.
Mass.
Mass.
Mass.
Mass.
Mass.
R. I.
Md.
Conn.
Pa.
Mass.
Mass.
Mass.
Pa.


o

2
1
1
o

6

G
7
o

1

1
2
2
1

8

O

2
1
2



f Destroyed by the enemy in Croswell Creek,
with 8 other vessels, in May, 1778 ; British
force consisting of 2 schooners, 4 gun boats,
4 galleys, and about 20 flat boats, under Ctipt.
[ Henry, R. N., and Major Maitland.


ST. PATRICK
ST. PATRICK
ST. PATRICK


Brig.

Brig.
Sloop
Bri"


10

:

4


....


R. Collings
G Sanford


STORK


E Pike


STURDY BEGGAR


Ship.
Brig.
Brig.
Schr.
Schr


8
14
14
C

o


10
14


Rowland
J. McNeil

J Campbell


STURDY BEGGAR


STURDY BEGGAR..


SUCCESS
SUCCESS


W. St. Barbe
S Rodders


SUCCESS
SUCCESS
SUCCESS
SUCCESS


Ship.
Brig.
Brig.
Boat.
Sloop
Schr.
Boat.


G
10
1C
1
12
G
..,


4

4

2

1


W. White






S. Freeman, c


SUCCESS


SUCCESS


B Allen


SUFFOLK
SUFFOLK






SURPRISE ! Eri- 14




SURPRISE Schr ...


8
10


18
3.->
30




SURPRISE I Schr. 8
SURPRISE Schr


J. Lengoore. .......





SUSANNAH : Sloop

SUSANNAH Sloop

Brig.;



SUSANNAH



SWALLOW ! Cutter.

SWALLOW Brig.

SWALLOW I Schr.

SWALLOW ! Sloop

SWALLOW ; S oop

SWALLOW ! Schr.

SWALLOW ; clir.

SWAN ! Brig.

SWIFT Brig.

SWIFT Brig.

SWIFT Brigj

SWIFT Schr.

SWIFT Oalle y

SWIFT.. ..Cult



15
25
25
20
20
60
15
I
15
12
12
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20
20
30

60



II. Stocker Pa.

C. Clunn Pa.

i
G. Fleming Pa.

J. Tibbets N. II.;

II. Higgenscn | Mass.

J, Iloovcy Conn.

R. Johns Md.

J. Martin Md.

J. Martin ; Md.

W. Brown ; Md.

R. Salter N. H.



Mass.



J. Little

J. Johnson ; Mass.

A. Woodbury. . . . . Mass.

T. Snunders i Mass.

T. Keys j Conn. 1

D. Welsh.. . Pa.



July, in company with the privateers Hero,
Hope, and Scammel, and in concert with a
shore party under Lt. Bateman, captured the
town of Luenburx, spiked 2 24-pdrs., and
finally ransomed the place for {.5,000.



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165



VESSELS.



Commanded by



SWIFT Schr...... 2

SWIFT j Sloop; 6 4



CAPTURES, &c.



7 W. Kennedy Md. 7 i

12 J. Gould Md. ; 9



TALBOT Brig. 10

TAMING I Schr.; 12

TARTAR Schr. 2

TARTAR Schr.

TARTAR Schr.

I I
TARTAR Boat <

TARTAR Brig. 14 j,

TARTAR jGalley 5 I.

TARTAR Ship. 24 ,

TELEGRAPH Ship. 18

TEMPEST Ship.! 12

TERRIBLE J Schr.

TERROR 1 Schr.

THE VIRGIN Brig.

THETIS Brig.

THETIS Schr.

THOMAS Ship.

THOMAS Brig.

THOMAS Brig.

THORN Ship.

THORN Ship .

THORN Ship.

THOROUGH-GOOD i Drig.

THREE FRIENDS \ Brig.

THREE FRIENDS Schr.

THRASHER j Schr.

TIGER I Schr.

TIGER Brig.

TIGER Ship.

TIGER Sloop

TIGER Sloopi

TOM LEE Ship. 12

TOM JOHNSON Brig. 12

TOTTEN Brig.

TRIMMER Boat.

TRISTRAM SHANDY Brig. C

TRITON ! Brig. 1 4

25



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16
16
18
11

8

4

8

6
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20
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30
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S. Frazier : Md.

j

S. Hooke Va.

T. Dexter ! Mass.

T. Fitch Conn.

J.Craig Pa.

S. Hammer Pa.

W. Gibbons Va.

L. Trippe : Va.

Grimes Mass.

j
A. Holmes j Pa.

I. Somes i Mass/

I
J. Baker j Pa.

J. Parks Conn.

j

T. Coolidge ; N. H.

N. Wattles ; Conn.

I G. Gregg Pa.

F. Boardman, ! Mass.

I. Smith.. ; Mass.

E. Lathrop Conn.



S. Tucker Mass.

W.Thomas Va.

D. Jackson j Pa.

W. Young.., . Mass.



B. Cole

J. 0. Brien,&c

I

: S. Crowel

J. Tucker

D. Jones

W. Parkinson

G. Buchanan

T. Saunders

T. Blundell

I. Ear),&c

S. Williams

E. Stocker



Mass.

N. H.:

Mass.

Mass.

Conn.

Pa.

Md.

Md.

Pa.

Pa.

Pa.

N. H.



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2
2
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9
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Daniel Walters.... Mass.i 8



Mentioned in Clark s Naval History, page 50;
probably overrated in guna and men.



June, captured one schooner.



Engaged the brig Gov. Tryon, Capt. Stebbins,
of 16 guns, and at the same time engaged the
brig Sir William Erskine, Cnpt. Hamilton,
of 18 guns, and after an action of two hours
both surrendered, with the captain of the for
mer, and many killed and wounded. Also
same year captured the Spartan ship of 18
guns and 97 men, after an action of 50 min
ute. . Carried the two last prizes into Bos
ton ; the first separated in the night and es
caped. Captain Walters was appointed a
captain in the U. S. N., upon the recommen
dation of Gen. Washington, in 1777.



166



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TWO BROTHERS
TWO ESTHERS


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T. Powers. . .


Mass.






CAPTURES, &c.



Had a ecverc engagement with a West India
privateer.



Reinforced by volunteers in April, 1779; cap-
lured off Salem a privateer of 8 guns and 60
men.



June 13; at sea, captured, after a resistance of
one hour, the British packet schooner Des
patch of 8 guns, 12 swivels, and 31 men; loss
of her captain, Gutterids;e, and 1 man killed
and 7 wounded. The T. had 1 killed and 2
wounded. In July; nt sea, captured the
armed ship Glasgow, with 30 prisoners. In
August; at sea, captured the brig St. John
and schooner 3 Brothers.

March 2 J ; olF Bermuda, carried by boarding,
after an obstinate resistance of more than one
hour, the British brig Revenge of 14 guns
and 85 men, Capt. Kendall ; the latter had 2
of her guns dismounted, and many of her
crew killed and wounded; the T. had 8
wounded.

August 14, destroyed in the Pcnobscot to pre
vent capture.



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167



VESSELS.



UNION

UNION

UNION

UNITY

UNITY

VENGEANCE.,
VENGEANCE..
VENGEANCE..
VENGEANCE.,

VENGEANCE..



VENGEANCE..

VENUS

VENUS

VENUS

VENUS

VENUS

VENUS

VENUS

VENUS

VENUS ,

VERMONT

VIRGINIA

VIRGINIA

VIRGINIA

VIPER

VIPER

VIPER

VIPER

VIPER

VOL ANTE

VOLUNTEER..
VOLUNTEER. .
VON TROMP..

VULTURE

VULTURE



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