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" ... the expense of your voyage. If a frigate is granted by the French admira[l] to convoy you, the captain of her will be instructed by the admiral to receive any moneys which it may be thought proper to put on board of him. I should suppose that by dividing... "
A History of American Privateers - Page 188
by Edgar Stanton Maclay - 1900 - 519 pages
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A Biographical Memoir of the Late Commodore Joshua Barney: From ...

Mary Barney - Sailors - 1832 - 328 pages
...by the French adinirato convoy you, the captain of her will be instructed by the admiral tore' ccive any moneys which it may be thought proper to put on...board of each, there will be greater safety, than putting all in one bottom. You are to stay asshort a time as possible at the Havana, and then, in company...
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A Biographical Memoir of the Late Commodore Joshua Barney: From ...

Mary Barney - Sailors - 1832 - 328 pages
...applied towards the expense of your voyage. If a frigate is granted by the French admira to convoy you, the captain of her will be instructed by the admiral...which it may be thought proper to put on board of him. J should suppose that by dividing the risk, or shipping a part on board of each, there will be greater...
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Records of the Columbia Historical Society, Washington, Volume 14

Washington (D.C.) - 1911
...will be instructed by the admiral to receive any moneys which may be thought proper to put on board him. I should suppose that by dividing the risk, or...each, there will be greater safety than by putting all on one bottom. You are to stay as short a time as possible at the Havana, and then in company with...
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Records, Volume 14

Columbia Historical Society (Washington, D.C.) - 1911
...will be instructed by the admiral to receive any moneys which may be thought proper to put on board him. I should suppose that by dividing the risk, or...each, there will be greater safety than by putting all on one bottom. You are to stay as short a time as possible at the Havana, and then in company with...
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The Papers of Robert Morris, 1781-1784: April 16-July 20, 1782

Robert Morris - History - 1980 - 704 pages
...towards the expense of your voyage. If a frigate is granted by the French admira[l] to convoy you, the captain of her will be instructed by the admiral...board of each, there will be greater safety, than putting all in one bottom. You are to stay as short a time as possible at the Havana, and then, in...
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Sailor of Fortune: The Life and Adventures of Commodore Barney, USN

Hulbert Footner - Biography & Autobiography - 1940 - 323 pages
...applied towards the expense of your voyage. If a frigate is granted by the French admiral to convoy you, the captain of her will be instructed by the admiral...bottom. You are to stay as short a time as possible at the Havana, and then, in company with the frigate, make the best of your way to some port in the United...
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