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" Linscott, the boatswain, succeeded in getting springs on our cable three different times ; but the fire of the enemy was so excessive that before we could get our broadside to bear they were shot away and thus rendered useless to us. My ship had received... "
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
...challenge, and frequently^ fore we could get our broad-side to bear, they wqrc shot away and thus re-nlered useless to us. My ship had received many injuries, and several had buen killed and wounded — but my brave officers and men, notwithstanding the unfavorable circumstances...
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The Examiner: Containing Political Essays on the Most Important ..., Volume 2

1814
...sfiiling-master.aiisist* cil by Mr. Linscot, the boatswain, succeeded in getting spring" on ourcable three different times; but the fire of the enemy was...they were shot away, and thus rendered useless to ui. My ship had received many injuries, and several had been killed and wounded ; bat my brave officers...
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The Historical Register of the United States, Volume 4

Thomas H. Palmer - 1816
...sailing-master, assisted by Mr. Linscott, the boatswain, succeeded in getting springs on our cable three different times; but the fire of the enemy was...bear they were shot away; and thus rendered useless VOL. iv. [S s] to us. My ship had received many injuries, and several had been killed and wounded;...
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The Historical Register of the United States, Volume 4

Thomas H. Palmer - 1816
...sailing-master, assisted by Mr. Linscott, the boatswain, succeeded in getting springs on our cable three different times; but the fire of the enemy was so excessive that before we could get our broadaide to bear they were shot away; and thus rendered useless iv. [S a] to us. My ship had received...
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A Full and Correct Account of the Chief Naval Occurrences of the Late War ...

William James - 1817 - 528 pages
...sailing-master, assisted by Mr. Linscott, the boatswain, succeeded in getting springs on our cable three .different times; but the fire of the enemy...but my brave officers and men, notwithstanding the unfavorable circumstances under which we were brought to action, and the powerful force opposed to...
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Collection of the Official Accounts, in Detail, of All the Battles Fought by ...

Heman Allen Fay - 1817 - 295 pages
...sailingmaster, assisted by Mr. Linscott, the boatswain, succeeded in getting springs on our cable, at three different times ; but the fire of the enemy...injuries, and several had been killed and wounded,* .200 but my brave officers and men, notwithstanding the unfavorable circumstances under which we were...
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The Biography of the Principal American Military and Naval Heroes ...

Thomas Wilson - 1817
...sailing-master, assisted by Mr. Linscott, the boatswain, succeeded in getting springs on our cable three different times ; but the fire of the enemy...that .before we could .get our broadside to .bear, were shot away, and thus rendered useless to us. " My ship had received many injuries, and seTeral...
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Journal of a Cruise Made to the Pacific Ocean, Volume 1

David Porter - 1822 - 326 pages
...and ran under my stern also, where both ships kept up a hot raking fire. I had got three long twelve pounders out at the stern ports, which •were worked...us. My ship had received many injuries, and several men had been killed and wounded — but my brave officers and men, notwithstanding the unfavourable...
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A Voyage in the South Seas, in the Years 1812, 1813, and 1814: With ...

David Porter - 1823 - 126 pages
...and ran under my stern also, where both ships kept up a hot raking fire. I had got three long twelve pounders out at the stern ports, which were worked...they were shot away, and thus rendered useless to us. . VoTA6Es and TEAVEIS, No. XLVII. Vol. VIII. K My ship had received many injuries, and several men...
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Official Letters of the Military and Naval Officers of the United States ...

John Brannan - 1823 - 510 pages
...sailing master, assisted by Mr. Linscott, the boatswain, succeeded in getting springs on our cable three different times ; but the fire of the enemy...received many injuries and several had been killed ami wounded ; but my brave officers and men, notwithstanding the unfavourable circumstances under which...
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