Below you will find a example of the kind of information you may receive. If you would like the information on a ship, give the name and page number.
Cutter Crocodiel; of New York, owned by Scott and Seaman, from Curacon to New York, taken April 5, 1800, by ship of war Amiable; carried into Kingston ( Jam.; ) part of the cargo was Dutch, the remainder American property. The captors, immediately on the capture, made a privateer of the Crocdile, and sent her on a cruise. .
Author Use only. Foreign Relations, Volume 2., 1779-1807.
1. Ship Gadsen, Frederick Kohn, p. 345.
2. Ship Genet, Nathaniel Fellows, p. 345.
3. Brigantine Polly, John L. Clark,p. 345.
4. Schooner Susanna, Jonathan Harrison, p. 345.
5. Ship Charlotte, Henry A. & John G. Castor, p. 346.
6. Brigantine Sally, Stephen Girard, p. 346.
6. Brigantine Ruby, Chandler Price, p. 346.
7. Schooner George, William Patterson, p. 346.
8. Sloop Little Charlotte, Charles D. Wolfe, p. 346.
9. Brigantine Sea Nymph, Louis Tarrascon, p. 346.
10. Brigantine Peacock, Master David Crafts, p. 346.
11. Brigantine King Solomon, Master James Hewett, p. 346.
12. Brigantine Susannab, Master J. K. Spencer, p. 346.
13. Brigantine Hind, Master, Daniel Ropes, p. 346.
14. Brigantine Sea Nymph, Master James Mc. Kiver, p. 346.,