The Atrocities of the Pirates: Being a Faithful Narrative of the Unparalleled Sufferings Endured by the Author During His Captivity Among the Pirates of the Island of Cuba; with an Account of the Excesses and Barbarities of Those Inhuman Freebooters
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Aaron Smith afternoon alarmed aloft anchor answered appeared apprehensive arms arrival arrow root asked attack began begged blunderbusses board the corsair board the schooner breeze brig brought cabin canoe Cape Captain Cooke Captain Cowper capture cargo ceeded coffee consequence crew cried Cuba cutlass deck declared dered despatched detained doubloons dreadful Dutch Dutchman endeavour English escape favourable fired following day following morning gave give gun boats harbour Havannah heard hoisted hope hove immediately informed the captain instantly intoxicated Jamaica laudanum long gun Lumsden magistrate mate ment musquitoes myrmidons night nine o'clock o'clock obey officer ordered party passed perceived phina pilot pirate plunder poor wretch prepare prisoners prize prize-master proceeded promised reef replied returned on board sail seemed sent Seraphina ship soon Spaniard Spanish steered stranger sufferings tain taken thing third mate thought tion told took vessel Vittoria voyage watch weigh whole wounded Zephyr