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1778 CUTTER, Schooner. Guns, 8 swivels; Men, 20. Commander: David Smith.

Apr. 6

Bond: Continental, $5000; State, £500.

107

Bonders: David Smith, mariner, principal; Aaron Waitt [signed Wait] and Jeremiah Roals [signed Roale], of Salem, sureties.

Owners: Aaron Waitt and others.

Witness: Fitch Pool.

M. A., v, 157, 158, 168, 246.

1780 CUTTER, Schooner. Guns, 7; Men, 45. Commander: Samuel Croel.

Mar. 17

Bond: Continental, $5000; State, £4000.

Bonders: Samuel Crowel [signed Croel], principal; John
Page and Edward Norris, of Salem, sureties.
Owners: John Page, Edward Norris, and others.
Witnesses: Jona[than] Peele, jr., John Johnston.
M. A., v, 134, 136, 171, 100.

1780 CUTTER, Brigantine. Guns, 10; Men, 40. Commander: Samuel Croel.

July 25

Bond: Continental, $5000; State, £4000.

Bonders: Samuel Crowell [signed Croel], mariner, principal; John Page and Sam[ue]l Ward, of Salem, sureties. Owners: Samuel Page and others.

Witnesses: Eben Wales, Caleb Davis.

M. A., v, 159, 160, 171, 206.

1780 CUTTER, Brigantine. Guns, 10; Men, 45. Commander: George Ashby, jr., of Salem. C. C. 196, 111, 56; M. A., 171, 299.

Nov. 3

1782 CUTTER, Schooner. Guns, 6; Men, 30. Sept. 27 Commander: Joseph Strout, of Salem. C. C. 196, 111, 58; M. A., 172, 198.

1782 CYRUS, Ship. Guns, 12; Men, 45.

Mar. 19

Commander: John O'Brien, of Newburyport.
C. C. 196, 111, 60.

1782 CYRUS, Ship. Guns, 10; Men, 20.

June I

Commander: Jonathan Mason, jr., of Salem.
C. C. 196, III, 59; M. A., 172, 170.

1776 DALTON, Brigantine. Guns, 18; Men, 120. Commander: Eleazar Johnson, jr.

Oct. 7

Bond: $10,000.

Bonders: Eleazar Johnson, jr., mariner, Tristram Dalton
and Stephen Hooper, merchants, all of Newburyport.
Bound to Henry Gardner and payment, if made, to be
"for the use of the United States."

Owners: Tristram Dalton and Stephen Hooper.
Witnesses: Joseph Cutler, Sam [ue]l Nowell.

M. A., v, 191, 165, 334; N. E. Hist. and Gen. Reg., Apr.,
1878; Livesey, Prisoners of 1776 (The Dalton was
captured and the crew sent to Mill Prison).

1779 DANIEL, Bark. Guns, 8; Men, 20.

Sept. 13

1781

Aug. 28

Commander: James Montaudevert.

Bond: Continental, $10,000; State, £4000.

Bonders: James Mountadere, mariner, principal; others
not stated.

Owners: Gustavus Fellows and others, of Boston.
Witnesses: John Cathcart, Edward Tuckerman.

Signers: J. Montaudevert, Daniel McNeill, Gustavus
Fellows.

M. A., v, 180, 183, 170, 394.

DART, Schooner. Guns, 2; Men, 25.

Commander: Lemuel Perkins, of Salem.

Owners: Nathaniel Brookhouse, of Marblehead, and others.

C. C. 196, 111, 66.

1781 DART, Schooner. Tons, 25; Guns, 6; Men, 20.

Dec. 12

Commander: William Gray.

Petition signed by Miles Ward in behalf of Nathan Good-
ale and others, of Salem.

Note. Dated Dec. 24 in Council Records.
M. A., 172, 80.

1782 DART, Schooner. Guns, 10; Men, 25.
Commander: Silas Smith, of Salem.
C. C. 196, III, 67; M. A., 172, 113.

Mar. 5

1782 DART, Schooner. Guns, 6; Men, 22. Commander: Zenas Cook, of Salem. C. C. 196, 111, 63.

July 10

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1782 DART, Schooner. Guns, 4; Men, 25. Commander: Thomas Dexter, of Salem. C. C. 196, 111, 65; M. A., 172, 255.

Dec. 9

1779 DAUPHIN, Schooner. Guns, 6; Men, 12. Commander: Thomas Powars.

July 11

Bond: Continental, $5000; State, £4000.

109

Bonders: Thomas Powars, mariner, principal; Dan[ie]l
Den[niso]n Rogers and Benj[amin] Call, of Boston,

sureties.

Owners: Benjamin Call and others.

Witnesses: John Browne Fitch, Samuel Call.

M. A., v, 196, 199, 170, 216 (petition signed by Benjamin Call in behalf of John Rowe).

1782 DAUPHIN, Brig. Guns, 6; Men, 20.

Nov. 4

1780 Dec. 9

Commander: William Brown, of Boston.
C. C. 196, 111, 68; M. A., 172, 218.

DEANE, Ship. Guns, 30; Men, 210.
Commander: Elisha Hinman.

Note. This vessel was owned in Connecticut, at least
when she was bonded in that state, June 6, 1780
(C. C. 196, 111, 69).

M. A., XLIV, 392, 393: "Descriptive Roll of Men Belonging to the Privateer Ship Deane, Elisha Hinman, Commander. Boston, Novr. 1780," 3921: "Suffolk, Decr. 9th, 1780. then Elisha Hinman, Esqr. appeared and made oath that the foregoing is a Just and true discriptive list of the officers, marines, and mariners belonging to the Ship Deane, commanded by himself. Before me, Joseph Greenleaf, Justice peace."

1780 DECOY, Schooner. Guns, 7; Men, 25. Commander: Silas Howell.

May 11

Bond: Continental, $5000; State, £4000.

Bonders: Silas Howell, of Manchester, principal; Nathan Nichols and Jerathmeel Pierce [signed Peirce], of Salem, sureties.

Owners: Nathan Nichols and Jerathmeel Peirce.

Witness: Dan[iel] Hopkins.

M. A., v, 194, 197, 171, 156.

1779 DEEPFALL.

Commander:

London Chronicle, Aug. 28, 1779: "The Deepfall privateer, of Salem, is taken by the Nancy letter of marque, after an engagement of two hours, and carried into New York.

1779 DEFENCE, Boat. Tons, 8; Guns, 6 swivels; Men, 15. Commander: Silas Hatch, jr.

May 13

1779 July 6

Bond: Continental, $5000; State, £4000.

Bonders: Silas Hatch, jr., principal; Nathaniel Freeman and Joseph Dimick [signed Dimuck], of Falmouth. Owners: Joseph Dimuck and others.

Witnesses: N. Bodfish, E[benezer?] Nye.

M. A., v, 174, 177, 170, 95 (Intention of petitioner to
cruise on Vineyard Sound).

DEFENCE, Brigantine. Tons, 170; Guns, 16; Men, 100.
Commander: John Edmonds.

Bond: Continental, $5000; State, £4000.

Bonders: John Edmonds, principal; Andrew Cabot and
Moses Brown, merchants of Beverly, sureties.

Owner: Andrew Cabot.

Witness: Job Prince, jr.

Note. On the Penobscot Expedition and destroyed to prevent capture.

M. A., v, 144, 147, XXXVII, 178, 280, 170, 209.

1780 DEFENCE, Brigantine. Guns, 14; Men, 50. Commander: John Edmonds.

Mar. 24

Bond: Continental, $10,000; State, £4000.

Bonders: John Edmonds, mariner, principal; Andrew Cabot and Job Prince, jr., of Beverly and Boston, sureties.

Owner: Andrew Cabot.

Witness: Samuel Colesworthy, jr.

M. A., v, 142, 145, 171, 104.

1781 DEFENCE, Ship. Guns, 16; Men, 50.
Commander: John Edmonds.

Salem Gazette, Jan. 16, 1781: For Bilboa. "The Ship
Rambler, Benjamin Lovet, Commander, carries 16 six
Pounders and 50 Men. The Ship Defence, John Ed-
monds, Master, carries 16 four Pounders and 50 Men.

DEEPFALL

DELIGHT

III

Will sail by the first of February.

For Particu

lars apply to Capt. Job Prince, at Boston, or the

Commanders on board, or John and Andrew Cabot.
Beverly, Jan. 1, 1781.” (Advertisement.)

1781 DEFENCE, Sloop.

1781 Nov. 18

Commander: James Nivens.

Massachusetts State Navy.

DEFENCE, Brigantine. Guns, 10; Men, 16.

Commander: Robert Rentoul, of Salem.

Note. The captain's name is also spelled Rantoul and
Rentall.

C. C. 196, III, 74; M. A., 172, 63.

1782 DEFENCE, Brigantine. Guns, 10; Men, 16.
Commander: John Barr, of Salem.
C. C. 196, III, 71.

Oct. 26

1779 DEFIANCE, Brigantine. Guns, 6; Men, 15. Commander: Jonathan Parsons.

Fan. 4

Bond: Continental, $10,000; State, £4000.

Bonders: Jonathan Parsons, mariner, principal; Nathaniel Tracy, of Newburyport, surety.

Owner: Nathaniel Tracy.

Witnesses: Joseph Chapman, jr., William Payne.
Note. Bond signed also by William Foster.
M. A., v, 104, 105, 169, 400.

1779 DEFIANCE. Guns, 12.
Commander:

London Chronicle, June 24, 1779: "The Defiance, an American privateer of 12 guns, belonging to Salem, is taken by a letter of marque after an engagement of two hours and carried into New York."

1782 DEFIANCE, Boat. Guns, small arms; Men, 9. Commander: William Read, of Freetown. C. C. 196, III, 78; M. A., 172, 204.

Oct. 12

1780 DELIGHT, Schooner. Tons, 60; Guns, 10; Men, 50.
Aug. 28
Commander: Seth Story.

Petitioners: Nath[anie]l Silsbee and others, of Salem.
M. A., 171, 263.

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