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" I had let fall my foretopsail and foresail, but the want of tacks and sheets rendered them almost useless to us, yet we were enabled for a short time to close with the ene-my ; and although our decks were now strewed with dead, and our cockpit filled... "
Historical Sketches of the Late War, Between the United States and Great ... - Page 244
by John Lewis Thomson - 1816 - 359 pages
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Niles' National Register, Volume 6

1814
...although our decks were how strewed with dead and our cock pit filled wit wounded — iiUliongh our ship had been several times on fire, and was rendered a perfect wreck, we were •till encouraged to hope to save her, from the cir «um»tance of the Cherub, from her crippled state,...
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The History of the War, Between the United States and Great-Britain, which ...

1815 - 402 pages
...strewed with ihe dead, our cockpit filled with wounded, our ship had been several times on tire, and a perfect wreck, we were still encouraged to hope to save her, as the Cherub in her crippled state, had been compelled to haul off. The Phoebe, from our disabled...
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The Historical Register of the United States, Volume 4

Thomas H. Palmer - 1816
...although our decks were now strewed with dead, and our cockpit filled with wounded, although our ship had been ^several times on fire, and was rendered...apparently had it in her power to do so, but kept a distant firing with her long guns. The Phoebe, from our disabled state, was enabled, however, by...
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The Historical Register of the United States, Volume 4

Thomas H. Palmer - 1816
...although our decks were now strewed with dead,and our cockpit filled. with wounded, although our ship had been several times on fire, and was rendered a...circumstance of the Cherub, from her crippled state, being.compelled to haul off. She did not return to close action again, although she apparently had...
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The Examiner: Containing Political Essays on the Most Important ..., Volume 2

1814
...cockpit filled with wound*-*! ; although •our ship had been several time.-: on lire, and reduced to a perfect wreck, we were still encouraged to hope to save her, from the circumstance of the Chersib, from her crippled state, being compelled to haul oft', ("he did not return to close action...
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The Biography of the Principal American Military and Naval Heroes ...

Thomas Wilson - 1817
...with dead, and our cockpit filled with wounded— I MILITAfcr'AND NArAL HEROES. 137i although our ship had been several times on fire, and was rendered a...close action again, although she apparently had it ia her power to do so, but kept up a distant firing with her long guns. The Phoebe, from our disabled...
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Collection of the Official Accounts, in Detail, of All the Battles Fought by ...

Heman Allen Fay - 1817 - 295 pages
...with dead, and our cock-pit filled with wounded ; although our ship had been several times on fjre, and was rendered a perfect wreck, we were still encouraged...did not return to close action again, although she had it, apparently, in her power to do so ; but kept up a distant firing, with her long guns. The Phoebe,...
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The Biography of the Principal American Military and Naval Heroes ...

Thomas Wilson - 1819
...although our decks were now strewed with dead, and our cockpit filled with wounded — «hhough our ship had been several times on fire, and was rendered a...wreck, we were still encouraged to hope to save her, by the circumstance of the Cherub, from her crippled state, being compelled to haul off. She did not...
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The Biography of the Principal American Military and Naval Heroes ..., Volume 2

Thomas Wilson - 1821
...although our decks were now strewed with dead, and our cockpit filled with wounded— although our ship had been several times on fire, and was rendered a perfect wreck, we were stiB encouraged to hope to save her, from the circumstance of the Cherub, from her crippled state,...
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The American Mariners: Or, The Atlantic Voyage. A Moral Poem ... Prefixed is ...

John Davis - 1822 - 384 pages
...although our decks were now strewed with dead, and our cockpit tilled with wounded ; although our ship bad been several times on fire, and was rendered a perfect...apparently had it in her power to do so, but kept op a distant firing with her long guns. The Phoebe, from our disabled state, was enabled, however,...
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