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" That the capture of his majesty's late squadron was caused by the very defective means Captain Barclay possessed to equip them on Lake Erie; the want of a sufficient number of able seamen, whom he had repeatedly and earnestly requested of Sir James Yeo... "
The Parliamentary Debates from the Year 1803 to the Present Time - Page 121
by Great Britain. Parliament - 1815
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The Gentleman's Magazine, Volume 84, Part 2; Volume 116

1814
...consequence ef which this Court Maiti.il took place. The Court pronounced the following sentence :" That the Capture, of his Majesty's late Squadron was caused by the very defective, means Capt. Barclay pessessed to equip them on Lake. Erie ; the want of a sufficient number of able seamen,...
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The New Annual Register, Or General Repository of History, Politics, and ...

1815
...consequence of which this court martial took place. The court pronounced the following sentence : " That the capture of his majesty's late squadron was...defective means captain Barclay possessed to equip them on lakę Erie ; the want of a sufficient number of able seamen, whom he had repeatedly and earnestly requested...
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The Edinburgh Annual Register, Volume 7

Walter Scott - 1816
...consequence of which this court-martial took place. The court pronounced the following sentence : — " That the capture of his majesty's late squadron was...want of a sufficient number of able seamen, whom he Im ' repeatedly and earnestly requested of Sir James Yeo to be sent to him ; the very great superiority...
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The Edinburgh Annual Register

1816
...consequence of which this court-martial took place, '['he court pronounced the following sentence : — " That the capture of his majesty's late squadron was...want of a sufficient number of able seamen, whom he ha<) repeatedly and earnestly requested i>f Sir James Yeo to be sent to him ;4he very great superiority...
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A Full and Correct Account of the Chief Naval Occurrences of the Late War ...

William James - 1817 - 528 pages
...the Like .' A. Yes, you were. fr+rf rrfjr No. 62. Sentence of tht court-martial on Captain Barclay. That the capture of his majesty's late squadron was...Lake Erie ; the want of a sufficient number of able se.imen, whom he had repeatedly and earnestly requested of Sir James Yeo to be sent to him; the very...
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Some Account of the Public Life of the Late Lieutenant-General Sir George ...

Brenton, E. B - 1823 - 296 pages
...Brigadier-General Procter, Detroit." No. XXIV. Sentence of the Court-martial on Captain Barclay, p. 112. THAT the capture of His Majesty's late squadron was...be sent to him ; the very great superiority of the enemy to the British squadron ; and the unfortunate early fall of the superior officers in the action....
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The naval history of Great Britain, from ... 1793, to ... 1820, with an ...

William James - 1837
...Portsmouth, for the loss of the late Erie flotilla, and the following was the sentence pronounced : " That the capture of his majesty's late squadron was...be sent to him ; the very great superiority of the enemy to the British squadron ; and the unfortunate early fall of the superior officers in the action....
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The Anglo-American Magazine, Volume 4

1854
...quadron was caused by the very defective means Capt. Barclay possessed to equip them on Lake Eric ; the want of a sufficient number of able seamen, whom...had repeatedly and earnestly requested of Sir James Yco to be sent to him ; the very great superiority of th9 enemy to the British squadron ; and the unortunately...
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A History of the War Between Great Britain and the United States of America ...

Gilbert Auchinleck - 1855 - 408 pages
...defective means Capt. Barclay possessed to equip them n Lake Erie ; the want of a sufficient number f able seamen, whom he had repeatedly and earnestly requested of Sir James Yeo to be ent to him ; the very great superiority of the нeту to the British squadron ; and the unbrtunately...
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The Naval History of Great Britain: 1811-1827

William James - 2002 - 568 pages
...Portsmouth, for the loss of the late Erie flotilla, and the following was the sentence pronounced: "That the capture of his majesty's late squadron was...be sent to him; the very great superiority of the enemy to the British squadron; and the unfortunate early fall of the superior officers in the action....
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