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Nicoll, Captain, of the Scourge, Character and conduct of

220
Negro Seamen an object of interest in France,

195
Negro Seamen, Conduct of, in the War,

143
Neufchatel Privateer, engages boats of British Man-of-War,

241-214
New York City, Common Council of, presents Freedom of the City to Captain
Hull,

81
New York, Several Privateers sail from

3
266 Merchant vessels arrive at, between April and August, 1812, 81
Merchants of, memorialize Congress with respect to Privateering,

89-95
New Orleans, British Policy in taking

144
Nichols, Captain of Privateer Harpy, Letter of acknowledginent to, from pris-

322-323
Nonsuch, engages a Ship and Schooner,

87
Notes and Explanations,

423
Number of Privateers and Letters-of-Marque at Sea, 16th July, 1812,

38

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Official Account of the Action between U. S. Ship Hornet and British Sloop of
War Penguin,

332-335
On the 18th of June, the Common Council of the City of New York present

Captain Isaac Hull with the Freedom of their City in a Gold Box, 81

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Paris, visit to, in 1813,

210, 213
Patriotism of the City of Baltimore,

130
Perry, Privateer, successful Cruise of

324
Pelham, British Ship, captured by Saucy Jack,

233
Penguin, British Sloop, engaged and conquered by the Hornet,

332
Destroyed by Scuttling,

235
Perry, Privateer of Baltimore, Cruise of

236
Pilot Boat dispatched to Gottenburg,

2
Political Divinity,

304
Polly, Privateer, Escape of

39
Preparation for War,

2
President, Frigate, Cruises off the North Cape,

221
Princess Elizabeth, British Packet, captured by the Harpy,

245
Privateering, success and Progress of

298
Privateers, Table of, belonging to New York,

4
Privateers, Table of, belonging to Baltimore,

5
Privateers, Table of, belonging to Salem,

153
Privateers fit out from the Eastern States,

3
Privateers in East Indies,

316
Privateers from Rhode Island and South Carolina,

6
Privateers, Remarks on, Nov. 1814,

301-2
Privateers leave the Capes of the Delaware,

38
Prizes in Month of July, 1812,

38
Prizes taken during the month of August, 1812,

44
Prizes arriving almost daily in the Atlantic Ports,

38
Prizes captured by Privateers, 57, 60, 63, 68, 77, 81,89, 95, 114, 126, 146

154, 158, 225, 244, 294, 304, 312, 315, 316, 323, 348
Public Opinion in 1812,

23-24


Quebec, British Ship, captured by the Saratoga,

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354

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Rambler, Letter-of-Marque, captures the Transport Ship Mogely,

390
Rambler, Letter-of-Marque, captures British Ship Arabella,
Rattlesnake captures British Ship Mary,

208
Reception of Hull after defeat of Guerrieren

34
Reid, Captain, Cruise of, in the General Armstrong,

370
Arrives at Fayal,

370
Gallant defence of the General Armstrong in Fayal Roads, and great
loss of the Enemy,

273-5
Destruction of the Brig,

377
Letter of American Consul concerning Captain Reid, and the defence
and loss of the General Armstrong,

378
Arrives at Savannah-Honors paid to

383–384
Remarks on engagement between United States and Macedonian,

75
Remarks on the Battle between the Decatur and Dominica,

176
Remarks on the Battle between the Hornet and British Sloop-of-war Penguin, 336
Remarks on the action between the General Armstrong and a British Frigate, 107-9
Remarks on Admiral Warren's blockading the American Ports,
Remarks on Battle of Constitution and Guerriere,

31-34
Rhode Island and South Carolina, Privateers from

466
ossie, Commodore Barney, takes and mans, or destroys, several Prizes, 84-87
Rossie, Commodore Barney, engages Ship Princess Amelia,

86
Rogers, Commodore, Cruises in the President off the North Cape,

221
Roger, Privateer, captures British Packet, Windsor Castle,

387

76

Saratoga captures British Ship Quebec,

58
Boards and captures the Morgiana,

150
Captures British Ship Ann Dorothy,

307
Engages and defeats British Letter-of Marque Rachel,

70
Saucy Jack makes several prizes,

127
Takes Flying Fish,

146
Takes Ship Amelia and Schooner Weasel,

310
Bold but unsuccessful engagement with two vessels of war,

310
English account of the Engagement,

311
S. Clark, British Ship, captured by the Globe,

50
Scourge and Rattlesnake, Cruises and Prizes of

219-223
Several Privateers sail from New York,

3
Shadow, Privateer, Battle with British Ship Nancy,

62, 63
Shaler, Captain, Escape of, from a British Frigate,

140-143
Siege and Storming of Badajoz, by a British Army, contrasted with General
Scott's Campaign and Subjugation of Mexico,

343-348
Sir John Sherbrook, British Brig, captured by the Syren and driven on shore, 304
Sixty-five Privateers and Letters-of-Marque at Sea on the 16th of July, 1812, 33
Small Privateers, Commence the War with

2
Snap-Dragon captures British Brig Anne,

127
Sprague, Horatio, American Consul, protects and aids Geo. Coggeshall, 276
Stafford Captain, captures two English vessels,

128
Gallantly defends the Privateer Dolphin,

154

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Stafford, Captain of Privateer Dolphin, Character of
State of Affairs in France, Unsettled
Surprise, Privateer, Succesful cruise of

List of Prizes made by

Captures East India Ship Star,
Symmetry, British Ship, captured by the Scourge,
Syren, Privateer, Loss of

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183-185

294
294
326
223
307

Table of Privateers belonging to Baltimore,

52
Table of Privateers belonging to New York,

4
Table of Privateers belonging to Salem,

153
Terrible Gale in the Bay of Biscay,

182
The Privateer Sabine, of Baltimore, captures the British Ship Countess of
Harcourt,

246
The Privateer Harps, of Baltimore, captures the British Packet Princess
Elizabeth,

245
The Grand Turk captures the Indian Lass, and sends her to Salem,

235
The Privateers Yankee and Blockade sail from Newport on the 1st of June,
1813,

144
The Privateer Caroline, of Baltiinore, captures the Britixh Brig Elizabeth, and
sends her to Charleston,

245
The Privateer Portsmouth captures the Ship James, of London,

298
The Saucy Jack captures the Ship Pelham, and takes her into Charles-

ton,
Treaty of Peace,

401-414
True-blooded Yankee, Privateer, captures British Ship Industry; sent to Nor-
way,

149
Sails from Brest, on the 24th of November, 1814, on a cruise in the
British Channel,

303
Thirty-seven days at sea, Interesting and successful cruise of 168-169

233

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Unfortunate attempt of the Second-Lieutenant of the Leo to escape from
Gibraltar,

292
United States Government, Embargo by

5
United States, Frigate, and British Frigate Macedonian, Battle between 72-75

Visit of Geo. Coggeshall to Bordeaux and Paris,

208-210
Voyage to France in Letter-of-Marque Schooner David Porter, Geo. Cogges-
hall, Commander; loads at Providence, Rhode Island,

177

War, Preparation for

2
Warrior, Privateer Brig, escapes from a British Frigate and a Man-of-War, 385
Warrior, Privateer, Amusing chase of, by British Frigate,

328
Wasp, Privateer, captured by the Bream,

126
Wasp, Successful cruise of

214-21,
Captures Sloops-of-War Reindeer and Avon,

214
Whiting, British Schooner, Capture of

37

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Yankee, Privateer, and British Letter.of-Marque, Desperate encounter be-
tween

49
Returns to Rhode Ieland,

151
Captures East India Ship Gen. Wellesley,

319
York, Privateer, returns to Baltimore,

291
Young Teazer, Privateer, maliciously destroyed, with loss of life,

156
Young Wasp, Privateer, Interesting Cruise of

352

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