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" The medium may, perhaps, be the most exact account ; and by that it will appear that they lost in killed and wounded, forty-two men. The captain and lieutenant were among the wounded; the former, having received a musket ball in the head the minute before... "
The Atlantic Magazine - Page 335
1824
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Life and Character of the Chevalier John Paul Jones: A Captain in the Navy ...

John Henry Sherburne - United States - 1825 - 387 pages
...the most exact account ; and by that it will appear that they lost in killed and wounded, forty two men. The captain and lieutenant were among the wounded....lieutenant survived two days. They were buried with the honors due to their rank, and with the respect due to their memory. The night and almost the whole...
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Life and Character of the Chevalier John Paul Jones: A Captain in the Navy ...

John Henry Sherburne - United States - 1825 - 364 pages
...they lost ia killed and wounded, forty two men. The captain and lieutenant were among the wourtded. The former, having received a musket ball in the head...lieutenant survived two days. They were buried with the honors due to their rank, and with the respect due to their memory. The night and almost the whole...
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The United States Literary Gazette, Volume 3

Literature - 1826
...sensihle sometime after my people hoarded the prize. The lieutenant survived two days. They were huried with the honours due to their rank, and with the respect due to their memory. The hattle which terminated in the. capture of the British frigate Serapis, was the most daring and desperate...
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Captain Rock in London; Or, The Chieftain's Gazette for the Year 1825

Catholics - 1825 - 346 pages
...captain only two days. " I buried them," says Jones, in his letter to the American commissioners, " with the honours due to their rank, and with the respect due to their memory." The English suffered dreadfully, from the number of their crew. Jones lost his lieute. ii.i ut, but his...
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Life and Correspondence of John Paul Jones: Including His Narrative of the ...

John Paul Jones - Russo-Turkish War, 1787-1792 - 1830 - 555 pages
...with a number not less than a hundred and sixty men : and many of them affirm that they amounted to a hundred and ninety. The medium may, perhaps, be the...greatly facilitated the refitting of both ships. A large hrigantine was so near the Drake in the afternoon, that I was obliged to bring her to. She belonged...
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Memoirs of Rear-Admiral Paul Jones ...: Now First Compiled from His Original ...

John Paul Jones - United States - 1830
...received a musketball in the head the minute before they called for quarters, lived and was sensible for some time after my people boarded the prize; the lieutenant...being moderate, greatly facilitated the refitting of the ships. A large brigantine ran so near the Drake in the afternoon, that I was obliged to bring her...
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Life and Correspondence of John Paul Jones: Including His Narrative of the ...

John Paul Jones - Russo-Turkish War, 1787-1792 - 1830 - 555 pages
...in the head the minute before they called for quarters, lived, and was sensible some time after mj people boarded the prize. The lieutenant survived two days. They were buried with the honouis due to their rank, and with the respect due to their memory. " The night and almost the whole...
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Life of Rear-Admiral John Paul Jones, Chevalier of the Military Order of ...

John Paul Jones - 1845 - 389 pages
...received a musket ball in the head the minute before they called for quarters, lived and was sensible for some time after my people boarded the prize ; the...being moderate, greatly facilitated the refitting of the ships. A large brigantine ran so near the Drake in the afternoon, that I was obliged to bring her...
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THE LIFE AND CHARACTER OF JOHN PAUL JONES

JOHN HENRY SHERBURNE - 1851
...and wounded was far greater. All the prisoners allow that they came out with a number not less than a hundred and sixty men : and many of them affirm that...lieutenant survived' two days. They were buried with the honors due to their rank, and with the respect due to their memory. " The night and almost the whole...
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Life and Battles of John Paul Jones: The Greatest Naval Hero of Modern Times

John Paul Jones - Russo-Turkish War, 1787-1792 - 1855 - 555 pages
...with a number not less than a hundred and sixty men : and many of them affirm that they amounted to a hundred and ninety. The medium may, perhaps, be the...near the Drake in the afternoon, that I was obliged tb bring her to. She belonged to Whitehaven, and was bound for Norway. "Ihad thought of returning bythe...
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