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shall be defrayed equally by the two parlies. And in
the case of death, sickness, resignation, or necessary
absence, the place of every such commissioner re-
spectively shall be supplied in the same manner as such
commissioner was first appointed, and the new com-
missioner shall take the same oath or affirmation, and
do the same duties. It is further agreed between the
two contracting parties, that in case any of the Islands
mentioned in any of the preceding articles, which were
in the possession of one of the parties prior to the com-
mencement of the present war between the two coun-
tries, should by the decision of any of the boards of com-
missioners aforesaid, or of the sovereign or state so re-
ferred to as in the four next preceding articles con-
tained, fall within the dominions of the other party,
all grants of land made previous to the commence-
ment of the war by the party having had such posses-
sion, shall be as valid as if such Island or Islands,
had by such decision or decisions, been adjudged to
be within the dominions of the party having had
such possession.

ARTICLE THE NINTH.

The U. Stales of A merica engage to put an end
immediately after the ratification of the present treaty
to hostilities with all the tribes or nations of Indians,
with whom they may be at war at the time of such
ratification ; and forthwith to restore to such tribes or
nations, respectively, all the possessions, rights and
privileges, which they may have enjoyed or been en-
titled to in one thousand eight hundred and eleven.



APPENDIX. 433

previous lo such hostilities : Provided always, that
such tribes or nations shall ag^ree to desist from ail
hostilities, against the United States of America, their
citizens and subjects, upon the ratification of tlie pre-
sent treaty being notified to such tribes or nations, and
shall so desist accordingly. And his Britannic Ma-
jesty engages, on his part to put an end immediately
after the ratification of the present treaty, to hostili-
ties with all the tribes or nations of Indians vviUi
whom he may be at war at the time of such ratifica-
tion, and forthwith to restore to such tribes or nations,
respectively, all the possessions, rights and privileges,
which they may have enjoyed or been entitled to, in one
thousand eight hundred and eleven, previous to such
hostilities : Provided alivays, that such tribes or na-
tions shall agree to desist from all hostilities against
his Britannic Majesty, and his subjects, upon the rati-
fication of the present treaty being notified to' such
tribes or nations, and shall so desist accordingly.

ARTICLE THE TENTH.

Whereas the traflic in slaves is irreconcilable with
the principles of humanity and justice, and whereas
both his Majesty and the United States are desirous
of continuing their efforts to promote its entire aboli-
tion, it is hereby agreed that both the contracting par-
ties shall use their best endeavors to accomplish so de-
sirable an object.

ARTICLE THE ELEVENTH.

This treaty, when the same shall have been ratified
on both sides, without alteration by either of the con-
tracting j^arties, and the ratifications mutually ex-
changed, shall be binding on both parties, and the
ratifications shall be exchanged at Washington, in
the space of four months from this day or sooner if
practicable.
In faith whereof, we, the respective plenipotentiaries,

have signed this treaty, and have thereunto affixed

our seals.

55



431 JlPPENDIX.

Done, in tieplicale, at Ghent, the twenty fourth <Iay of
December, one thousand eight hnnrlied and fourteen.
(L s.) GAMBIEll,

L s.) HENRY GOULBURN,

^JL s.) WILLIAM ADAMS,

1. s.) JOHN a ADAMS,

L s.) J. A. BAYARD,

J. s.) H. CLAY,

L s.) JONA. RUSSELL,

L s.) A. GALLATIN.

Now therefore, to the end that the said treaty of
peace and amity may be observed with g^ood faith, on
the part of the United States, I, James Madison, pre-
sident as aforesaid, have caused the premises to be
made public ; and I do hereby enjoin all persons
bearing' office, civil or mihtary, wthin the United
States, and all other citizens or inhabitants thereof, or
being within the same, faithfully to observe and fulfil
the said treaty and every clause and article thereof.
In testimony whereof, I have caused the seal of the
(l s) United States to be affixed to these presents,
and signed the same with my hand.
Done at the city of Washington, this eighteenth day
of February, in the year of our Lord one thousand
eight hundred and fifteen, and of the sovereignty
and independence of the United States the thirty
ninth.

JAMES MADISON.
By the president.

JAMES MONROE, Acting Secretary of State.




LIST OF VESSELS TAKEN FROI\r GREATv
BRITAIN, BY THE PLTRLIC AND PRIVATE
ARMED VESSELS OF THE U. STATES.





Names of vessels.






Taken by the


Arrived at


1


rch'r. Whiting*


h


20


Dash


Hampton Reads


2


briij; Ulysses






Paul Jones


Norfolk


3


brig Gypsey






do.


New-York


4


brig Pickerin?






do.


Gloucester


5


-.hip Roba &. Betspy






do.


Charleston


6


ship Margaret


2


13


Tea7.er


Portland


7


transport No. 60*


2


12


Madison


Gloucester


8


brig Bloodhound*


12


60


Cora


Annapolis


9


sloop —






N. Y Militia


Putneyville


10-20


1 1 transport boats*






do.


Ogdensburg


21


ship Concord


4




Fame


Salem


22


Drig Elbe






do.


do.


23


brig Hermon






Dolphin


do.


24^25


a brig and sch'r






do.


do.


26


ship Jane


14




Madison


Gloucester


27


ship Emperor






Gun Boatsj


St. Mary's


28


^hip Experiment






do.


do.


29-32


4 ships and brigs






do.


do.


33


sch'r Wade






Revenue Culterf


Amelia


34


brig Eliza


6




Madison


Salem


Sii-S?


:i shallops






Lion


Marblehcad


38


brig —


6




Lion &, Snowbird


iio.


39


sloop Endeavor






Polly


Salera


40


brig Juno






Madison


do.


41


ship —






do.


Cape-Ann


42


brig—






do.


do.


43-45


3 sch'rs






Jefferson


Salem


46


brig Wabisch






D(j|[iliin


do.


47


sch'r Ann






Nonpareil


Charleston


48


sch'r Pindar






Gun Boatsf


.Amelia


49


ship Jarrett


2


18


Fair Trader


Salem


50-S-


3 schooners






do.


do.


53


■>chooner —






Dolphin


made a cartel


54


si'h'r Ann






do.


Salem


55-0 8


i schooners






Jeffer. &. Dolphin


do.


69


iiriii; —






Dolphin


do.


60


^chooner —






Lion


Marblehead


61


schooner—






Argus


Portland


62


SIDOp —






Polly


Salem


63


sch'r Fanny | |


Dolphin


Baltimore


64-65


2 schooners


1


1


Buckskin


Salem



Note. Those marked with an [*] were H. B. Majesty's pvhlic vessels
.ind those with a [f ] are U. S. pulAic vessels.



436


X


i.PPENDIX.




66


brig Lamprey


/


F. Essex*


Baltimore


67


transport brig*




197


do.


ransomed


68


sch'r Mary Anu






Buckskin


Salem


69


ship Mary


14




Dolphin


do.


70


sch'r —






Fair Trader


Wiscasset


71


sch'r Diligent






Polly .


Salem


72-73


2 schooners






Snowbird


do.


74


a Snow


6




Rev. Cutterf


Savannah


75


sch'r Jane






Dolphin


Marblehead


76


ship Ann Green


10




Gossamer


Boston


77


barque St. Andrews


8




Rapid


Portland


78


brig Shamrock


6


16


Rev. Cutterf


Savannah


79


sch'r Sally






Teazer


made a cartel


80


sch'r Nelson






BHckskin


Salem


81


schooner —






Fame


do.


.82


sch'r 3 Brothers






Wiley Reynard


Boston


83


barque






Catharine


Portland


84


brig-






Polly


ransomed


85


ship Henry


10




Comet


Baltimore


86


sch'r Alfred






Spencer


do.


87


sch'r Eliza






Polly


Salem


88


br Lady Sherbroke


4


Marengo


New York


89


br, Eliz&, Esther


1


Gov. M'Kean


Philadelphia


90


ship Boyd


10


Globe


do.


91


brig Ranger


6




Matilda


do.


92


sch'r Polly






Wiley Reynard


Boston


93-95


3 brigs






do.


Wiscasset


96


sloop Mary Ann






Paul Jones


Philadelphia


97


ship Hassan


14


20


do.


Savannah


98


brig Harmony


4


28


Yankee


New York


99


brig-






do.


made a cartel


100


ship Briganza


12


21


Tom


Baltimore


101


brig Waldo






Teazer


Portland


102


sch'r Ann


4




Globe


Baltimore


108


sh. Prince Adolphus


8


36


Gov. M'Kean


Philadelphia


104


ship






Teazer


Portland


105


sch'r Harriet






High Flyer


Baltimore


106


brig Ceres






John


Salem


107


brig-






Lynn


Gloucester


108


brig William






Rossie


Boston


l«9-n5


ships &. brigs






do.


burnt


116-117


brig & schooner




108


do.


made a cartel


118


sch'r Industry






Benj. Franklin


New-York


119


sch'r Perseverance






Nonsuch


Charleston


120


ship Simon Clark


16


39


Globe


Norfolk


121


Honduras Packet*


2


12


Mary-Ann


Charleston


122


brig Amelia


10


17


do.


do.


123


sch'r Mary






do.


burnt


124


schooner —






do.


made a cartel


125


sch'r Union






John


Salem



brig Elizabeth

-129 brigs

■IJ\ 5ch'r &. sloop
brig Geo. Blake
brig-
brig James
ship Apollo
ship Royal Bounty
brig Mary
Schr. Venus
ship Osborn
brig Eliza
brig Richard
brig Nancy
brig—
|Schr —
brig Leonidas
Schr. Sky Lark
brig Lady Prevost
brig Friends
brig Mary
hip Jane
ship John
Schr. —
ship Grenada
sch'r Shadock
barque Diana
brig Roe-buck
ship Guerriere*
brig lady Warren
brig Abona
barque Harriet
brig Dutchess
brig Traveller
brig Henry
hip Hopewell
brig Hazard
sch'r Phoebe
brig Thetis
brig Alfred
brig Antelope
ship Kitty
sch'r Spunk
sch'r Providence
ship Guayana
bar duke of savoy
ship Pursuit
ship Evergreen
brig New Liverpool
ship Mary Ann



APPENDIX.


4


4


12{ John


Salem






do.


ransomed






Orlando


Gloucester






Revenue Cutterf


Charleston






Bunker Hill


do.






do.


Falmouth


8




John


Salem


10


29


Yankee


sunk




47:do.


made a certel




jTeazer


Portland


10


is'do.


do.




'Marengo


New York






Industry


Marblehead






Fair Trader


Salem






Bunker Hill


New- York






Leander


Providence


14




Mars


Savannah






Bunker Hill


New-York






Marengo


do.






Bfciij Franklin


Boston


i


do.


do.


12 18


Rossie


Salem


16 30


F. Presidenlf


Philadelphia






Teazer


Portland


11


30


Young Eagle


Charleston


2


10


do.


do.






High Flyer


Savannah






Rosamand


Norfolk


49


302


F. Constitutionf


burnt






do.


do.






do.


do.






do.


do.






F. Congress!


do.






do.


do.






Yankee


Newport


14


26


Comet


Baltimore


6




ship Waspf


Boston






Squando


Portsmouth






Yankee


burnt






do.


do.






Dolphin


Salem






Rossie


Portland






Fair Trader


Salem






Wiley Reynard


New York


8




Dromo


Salem


8




Decatur


do.






Atlas


Philadelphia






Dolphin


Salem


4




Yankee


New York


12


18


High Flyer


Charleston



438



APPENDIX.



179

180

181

182

183-

184

185

186

187

188

189

190

191

192

193

194

195

196

197

198

199

200

201

202

203

204

205

206

207

208

209

210

211

212

213

214

215

216

217

218

219

220

221

222

223-225

226



ship Elizabeth llO
sch'r James
brig Pursuit
brig Tay
ship Britannia
brig Howe
brig Elizabeth
ship Jamaica
brig Alert*
transport ship*
brig King George
shij) —
brig Ocean
brig Tulip
ship Esther
sch'r Venus
ship Quebec
ship Richmond
ship Adonis
ship Falmouth
brig Two Friends
snow Two Friends
brig William
sch'r Trial
sch John &c George
ship —
brig —

sch'r Mary Ann
brig Laura*
sch'r Rising States
brig Hannah
ch'r Mary
brig-
brig Pomona
brig Devonshire
brig Concord
brig Hope
-ch'r Minorca
barque Charlotte
-^hip Mariana
brig Diana



21
122

378

25
26

25

52
14| 25
\2\ 35
14; 30

I

6



10 50



brig



brig Isabella
sliip —
'i vessels
>hip John



14 36



Sarah- Ann

Di^lphin

Rapid

do.

Thrasher

Dart
Decatur
High Flyer
F. Essexf
do.
do.
Revenge
Saratoga
Atlas
Montgomery
Saratoga
do.
Thomas
Montgomery

Thomas

Benj. Franklin

Dart

Rossie -

Leander

Regulator

Poor Sailor

Dart
Black Joke
Diligent
do.
Montgomery
do.
Dart
Decatur
do.
do.
do.
Wasp
Decalur
Gov. M'Kean
DartJ
Teazer

do.
Decatur
Dolphin
Comet



Charleston

Baltimore

Portland

do.

do.

do.
Newport
Baltimore
iSTew-York
made a cartel
BostoR
Portland
New-York
Philadelphia
Gloucester
New York

do.
Portland
Salem
Portsmouth
Boston

do.

do.
Providence
Boston
Wilmmgton
P»)rtland
Norfolk
Philadelphia

do.
Salem

do.
Castine
made a cartel
France
burnt

made a cartel
Savannah
Boston
Norfolk
Portland

do.

do.
Marblehead
burnt
Baltimore



(J^Those in Italic are Letters of Marque vessels



J This Privateer came into the harbor of Portland triumpluxr^l}^
mounted on the deck of her prize ! ! !





A]


?P


EN]


DIX.


4a«


227


ship Commerce 141 2£j


Decatur


Portland


228


brig Industry


10 2C|


Comet


tVilmington


229


|jrivaleer Nassau


4


31


Dolphin


iialtimore


2i0


jrivateer brig


«


4(


Rapid


)urnt


231


3rig Tor Abbey






Thresher


<^ape Ann


2J2


brig Mary






Benj. Franklu.


(Jharleston


233


sbip Prins. Amelia


10


31


Kossie


Savannah


234.


schr. —






Teazer


Portland


235


Dfig—






Marengo


Newbury port


236 !


srig Orient






Teazer


Portland


237 '


schr. Jenny






do.


do.


238 '


sch'r Adelia






Rosamond


New-York


2J9


t)rig Poii\t Shares






Ballimore


iialtiniore


240


brig San Antonio






Marengo


Philadelphia


241


brig Detroit*


18


78


GunBoatsf


burnt


242


sch'r Caledonia*


4


ic


do-


iMack Rock


24 J


sch'r Single-Cap






Matilda


-New Orleans


244


sch'r Fame






Nonsuch


Savannah


245


ship Phoenix


12


17


Mary Ann


Charleston


246


brig Concord






do.


do.


247


brig Favorite


2




Industry


Lynn


248


brig sir Jol'u Moore






do.


do.


249


brig lord Sheffield






Marengo


')urnt


250


sch'r Betsey Ann






Fame


Salem


251


brig VVilliaui






Montgomery


do.


252


brig Henry






John


do.


253


sch'r Four Brothers






Fame


do.


254


sch'r four Sons






do


do.


255-256


2 sch'rs






Dart


v'ortland


267


sch'r Antelope






Rosamond


Oimrlestou


258


sch'r Dawson






Wasp


Savannah


259


brig Diamond


10




Alfred


Salem


260


brig George


12




do.


do.


261


brig Neptune






John


do.


262


ship Jane






do.


do.


263


sch'r —






Saucy Jack


nade a cartel


264


sl'p Louisa Ann






Benj. Franklin


i^ortland


265


ship Venus






Two Brothers


)urnt


26B


brig Ja. k Charlott






America


Salem


267


brig Fr. Blake






Nonsuch


Charleston


268


brig swallow*:


14


30


F. Presideolf


':5aliimore


269


brii^Porgie






High Flyer


Norfolk


270


ship Ned


IG


1(


John &c George


Salem


271


sch'r Sisters






Fame


do.


272


sch'r Comet


2




Rapid


Savannali


273


Privateer Scorcher


1


2(


do.


iurnt


374


sch'r Mary






do.


ransomed


275


sch'r Mary Hall






ship Geo. Pikef


Sacketts Harbor


276


si. Elizabeth






do.


do.


277


transport sch'r^r






do.


)urnt



440




APPENDIX.


278


brig Union


6




Gen. Armstrong


279


sch'r Neptune






Revenge


280


barque Fisher






Fox


281


brig James Bray






Bunker Hill


282


bri» lady Harriet






orders in Council


28.J-285


3 vessels






do.


286


brig Freedom


6




Thorn


287


sch'r A-merica






Pame k. Dromo


288


brig-






Joel Barlow


289


packet John Bull*






Rover


290


«hip Argo


12


26


F. Presidentf


291


F. Macedonian*


49


306


F. United Statesf


292


ship John Hamilton


16


30


Dolphin


293


brig—






brig Argusf


294


sch'r Lorain






Revenge


295


brig Bacchus






do.


296


brig Venus


10




Polly


297-306


nine vessels






Patriot


307


packet Townsend*


9


28


Tom


298


packet Burchall*






Highflyer


308


sch'r —




74


do.


309


brig Criterion






do.


310


sch'r Neptune






Revenge


311


brig Neptune






Roba


312


sch'r —






Revr-nge


313


brig Fancy






Joel Barlow


314


sloop Nelly






Revenge


315


brig Devonshire






Deca'ur


316


s 5a'r —






Retali»*ion


317


ship James


22


67


Gen. Ar nstrong


318


bvig two Brothers






Benj I'^v-^nklin


319


brig Active


10


18


Hi^nflyer


320


brig —






Dart


321


brig Pomona


8




1^0


322


ship Betsey


5




Revenge


323


brig Dart


8




.\meiica


324


ship Queen


16


40


Gen. -Armstrong


325


brig Charlotte


10




America


326


sch'r William


2


30


Liberty


327


brig Recovery






brig Argusf


328


brig Lucey &, Alida






Revenge


329-332


tnree vessels






Jacks Favorite


333


sch'r Swift






Rolla


334


sch'r —




150


Roll a


335


sloop Reasonable






Liberty


3JG


sch'r Maria






do.


337


sch'r Catherine


3


24


Lady Madison


338


sch'r Maria






do.


339


ship Rio Nouva


i8


25


Rolla


3\0


3ch*r Rebecca






Jacks Favorite



iBoston

Cape Add

Portland

Boston

New- York

ransomed

Marblehead

Salem

New-London

destroyed

Baltimore

New- York

Baltimore

Hampton Roads

Philadelphia

Salem

Savannah

sunk &I. burnt

ransomed

Baltimore

made a cartel

Nt'w-York

made a cartel

Portland

burnt

N'fw London

Philadelphia

Prance

New- York

destroyed

New York

Charleston

Portland

Belfast

Wilmington

Salem

wrecked

Salem

Savannah

New- York

Norfolk

burnt

do.

made a cartel
iestroyed
ransomed
Charleston
made a cartel
New-York
New-London



APPENDIX.



441



S41 brig—

342 privateer Richard

343 ship Hope

344 ship Ralph

345 ship Euphemia

346 brig —

347 schooner —

348 sch'r Meadau

349 ship Mary

350 sch'r Erin

351 packet Nocton*

352 brigBarrossa

353 sch'r Mary

354 brig Pegsy

355 ship Arabella

356 brig Andalusia

357 brig &, sloop
3i8 P Java*

359 brig—

360 ship Diligence*

361 schooner—

362 ship Neptune
363-364 two vessels
SbA ship —

366 ship Volunteer

367 ship—

368 sch'r Ellen

369 ^hip Jane

370 sch'r Pr. of Wales

371 ship Aurora

372 373 two vessels

374 brig Pelican

375 ^hip —

376 l)rig Emu*
S77 brig Ana

378 'Jriii —

379 sch'r Sabine

380 'ransport Canada*

381 brig Isabella
352 brig 3 Brothers

383 -loop Mary Ann

384 )rivateer Andalusi

385 ^ch'r George

386 -hip Albion

387 'jrig Harriot

388 ship Nelson

389 ship Neptune

390 'hip—

391 brig—

392 ichooner —

56



14



10



4'j



27



10



12



20



12



90



438



60



7^



120



)!ioo

25
14



Ned

Holkor

America

do.

do.

Decatur

do.
Sparrow
Rnlla
Eagle
F. Essexf
Rolla
Eagle
Hunter
Growler
Yankee
do.
F. Constitutionf

Growler
Eastport militia
Gallinipper
Decatur
do.

America
F. Chesapeakef
do
S, Hornetf

Spy
Growler
Holkar
Mars
do.
Lady Madison
Growler
do.
United we stand
Erie Militia
Paul Jones
do.

Do![)hin
Yankee
do.
do.

Hazard

Yaiikee

Decatur

Saratoga

Bdua

D >Iphia

Lovely Las=;



Ocracoke
Savannah
Marblehead
Portland

do.
France

do.
ransomed
Newport
Charleston
made U S. vessel
Martha's Vineyard
Charleston
Boston
New-London
Savannah
ransomed
burnt
ransomed
Machias
ransomed
Portland
France
Kenrifcbunk
Portsmouth
burnt

Ncw-Caslle
VfW Orleaas

ansomftd
Newport

iiade cartels

,/harleston
N^ewburn

•larbiehead
do.
■ivannah

'iirnt

i.ade a cartel
do.

Vow York

I'jrnt

savannah

nade a cartel

-;t. Mary's

Boston

\ew Orleans

do
Newport

New London
I.Vew 0r!ean^3



445



APPENDIX.



-410



393

394

395

396

S97

398

39y

400

401

402

403

404

405

406

407

408-

411-413

414

415-416

417

418-420

421

421

423

424

425

426

427

428

429

430

431

432

433

434

435

436

437

438

439

440

441

442

443

444

445



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ship Mentor
^chV Huzzar
brie Resolution
5hi'> Peacocks-
hi'"; Anfritn
bn^Fly

h.i.oner—
br. ; Earl Percy
brig Hero
bris Rover
fransport Alder*
brig Return
brig ThornasJ
fhree vessels
hree vessels
sloop —
two vessels
brig-
three vessels
privateer Caledonia
brio; Tartar
tender Fox*
br. London Packet
srb'r Farmer
schooner —
privat sch'r Crown :10
hip Francis
bris; Malvina
brig Charlotte
Ru ol Gloucester*
priv. sch'r Richard
priv sloop Dorcas
Uriq'Edviard
^rfi'r Hope ,
bri,^ —
ship Nancy
-chooner —
ch'r Delight
's:ke* Mary Ann*
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i-ig—

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acket Ann*
sch*r Greyhound



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Yankee
Paul Jones
Saucy Jack

Liberty
ship Horuetf

do.

Saucy Jack

Yankee

do.

Chesapeakef

do.

Ah^red

Yankee

Pan! Jones

Yankee,

Snap Dragon

do.

do.

Divided we Fall

do.

do.

sch'r Nonsuchf

Gen. Armstrong

Hero

Paul Jones

Sparrow

Wasp

(Tiiliiia volunteers

r. biood. yaakee

Ned

Montgomery

ship Madison

Holkar

do.

Alexander

do.

Fox

York Town

ship Gen. Pikef

Fame

Gov. Tompkins

Thomas

do

Young Teazer

do.

do.



Bristol

Chatham

>J»'\s'- Orleans

-Savannah

)urnt

-inik

New-Orleans

•':;ar!eston

L'arpauhn Cove

New- York

)urnt

Salem

Bristol

Tbatham

Boston

burnt

ti!ade cartels

made a tender

ransomed

sunk

ransomed

Charleston

Georgetown

Mystic

wrecked

given up

Machias

Waldohorougk

Brest (France)

Wilmington

Salem

Sackett's Harbor

Savannah

made a cartel

Salem

made a cartel

Portsmouth

Bristol

Sackett's Harbor

.Machias

Boston

Wiscasset

Bootliebay

Portland

do.

do.



J T/ii.y ship was originally a French privateer, and captured by H. B.
Majesty's ship Muline ; re cafiurcd hi/ the Jtexandcr of Salem ; rere-
captnred by H. li. Majtsly'sjrigate ShainiO}!- and re-re re caplund by the
Teazer of New York, and sent into Vorllund! ! !







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446


brig Mary






Anaconda


New London


4*7


br. Kingston packet






Globe


Ocracoke


448


brig Mutiny


\h




do.


Seaufort


4i9


br. S Geo. Prevost






Rolla


Vew Orleans


450


privateer L. packet


t


:33


Thames


Portsmouth


451


King's packet*


14


40


Anaconda


Dcracoke


452


brig David






G.»v. Plnmer


Portsmouth


45.3


Packet*






Anaconda


■uade a cartel


45*


ship Mary


8




do.


New Haven


465


ship William


10




Grand Turk


vilem


456


brig Harriot






Anaconda


V IV Bedford


457


brig Mars






Fox


/•.rismouth


458


■ich'r Pearl






Liberty


^ ivannab


459


itrivateer sloop


8


40


do.


iiade a cartel


460


brig-






Gov. Plumer


lurnt


461


brig—






Sabine


do.


462


f)rig Dinah






Globe


Ocracoke


463


sch'r Britannia






Grand Turk


Portland


464


ship Loyal Sam


10


30


Siro


Charleston


465


ship Venus


i4




Globe


Beaufort


466


ship Susau






Siro


France


467


ship Seaton






Paul Jones


>urut


468


sch'r Elizabeth






Globe


do.


469


ahip Pelham






do.


do.


470


brig Margaret


It!




America


^alem



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