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Pirate ship


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Cape San Antonio
Low took the ship Amsterdam Merchant 61 134
The sloops Fortune and Ranger chased the Amsterdam Merchant. The Ranger, commanded by Low, hoisted a blue flag and orderd Welland to come aboard. The pirates took three barrels of beef of the value of seven pounds, some quantities of gold and silver of the value of one hundred and fifty pounds, one negro man slave named Dick of the value of fifty pounds. They also cut off Welland's right ear before sinking the ship, of the value of one thousand pounds.
Greyhound attack site
Low attacked the Greyhound 61
On or about the tenth day of June last, about fourteen leagues to the southward of the east end of Long-Island, by force and arms upon the high sea within the Jurisdiction of the Admiralty aforesaid in a hostile manner did felloniously and piratically attack His Majesty's Ship the Grey-Hound, Capt. Peter Solgard commander, and wounded seven of his men.
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