The Buccaneers of America: A True Account of the Most Remarkable Assaults Committed of Late Years Upon the Coasts of the West Indies by the Buccaneers of Jamaica and Tortuga (both English and French) Wherein are Contained More Especially the Unparalleled Exploits of Sir Henry Morgan ...
S. Sonnenschein & Company, 1893 - Buccaneers - 508 pages
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above-mentioned afternoon anchor Arica arms arrived assault bark Bartholomew Sharp boats buccaneers called Campeche canoes Cape Captain Morgan Captain Sawkins Captain Sharp castle Chagre cloudy coast commanded companions defence descried distance enemy English fear fire fleet forced found lat four French fresh wind Gibraltar Governor Guayaquil Gulf Gulf of Nicoya guns half Hereupon Hilo Hispaniola huge hundred Indians inhabitants insomuch island Isle Jamaica killed L'Ollonais land last night leagues distant likewise little wind manner Maracaibo morning noon notwithstanding observation Paita Panama perceived pieces of eight Pirates port Porto Bello prisoners provisions Puebla Nueva rain ransom reckoned rest river sent set sail ship shore side slaves soon sort Spaniards Spanish spritsail Straits of Magellan taken thence thereabouts thereof things took Tortuga town trees twenty vessel victuals voyage weather wherein whole withal woods wounded