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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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Many a Midnight Ship: True Stories of Great Lakes Shipwrecks

Mark Bourrie - 2005 - 277 pages
...non-combatants in the war— soon after the battle. The court decision, favorable to Barclay, said: That the Capture of His Majesty's late Squadron was...Seamen whom he had repeatedly and earnestly requested to be sent to him the very great Superiority of the force of the Enemy to the British Squadron and...
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a history of england

rev. george ayliffe poole, m.a. - 1855
...bad equipment of their vessels, and " the want of a sufficient number of seamen, whom Captain Barclay had repeatedly and earnestly requested of Sir James Yeo to be sent to him, and the unfortunate early fall of the superior officers in the action." There may be much doubt whether...
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