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" Selkirk's interest with his king, and esteeming, as I do, his private character, I wished to make him the happy instrument of alleviating the horrors of hopeless captivity, when the brave are overpowered and made prisoners of war. It was, perhaps, fortunate... "
The Atlantic Magazine - Page 317
1824
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The Monthly magazine, Volume 5, Volume 5

Art - 1708 - 552 pages
...alleviating the horrors of hop'elefs captivity, when the brave are overpowered, and made prifoners of war. It was, perhaps, fortunate for you, Madam,...through his means, a general and fair exchange of prifoners, as well in Europe as in America, had been effected. " When I was informed by fome men whom...
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The Monthly Magazine, Volume 5

1798
...alleviating the horrors of bope.lefs captrvitj, when thc brave are overpowered, ami made pri. foners of war. It was, perhaps, fortunate for you, Madam,...the Ranger, and to have detained him, until, through hie means, a general and fair exchange of prilbners, as well in Europe as in America, had been effened....
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The Monthly Magazine, Or, British Register, Volume 5

British periodicals - 1798
...of alleviating the horrors of hopelefi captvviiy, when the brave are overpowered, and made prifoners of war. It was, perhaps, fortunate for you, Madam,...intention to have taken him on board the Ranger, and to hare detained him, until, through his means, a general and fair exchange of prifoners, as well in Europe...
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The Edinburgh Magazine and Literary Miscellany, Volume 80

English literature - 1817
...happy instrument •f alleviating the horrors of hopeless captivity, wnen the brave are overpowered and made prisoners of war. It was, perhaps, fortunate...taken him on board the Ranger, and to have detained h'm until, through his means, a general and fair exchange of prisoners, as well in Europe as in America,...
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The Edinburgh Magazine and Literary Miscellany, Volume 80

English literature - 1817
...the happy instrument of alleviating the horrors of hopeless captivity, when the brave are overpowered and made prisoners of war It was, perhaps, fortunate for you, Madam, that he was from home, for ttwasmy intention to have taken him on board the Hanger, and to have detained him until, through his...
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The Analectic Magazine ...: Comprising Original Reviews ..., Volume 11

1818
...the happy instrument of alleviating the horrors of hopeless captivity, when the brave are overpowered and made prisoners of war. It was perhaps, fortunate...through his means, a general and fair exchange of prisoners, as well in Europe as in America, had been effected. When I was informed by some men whom...
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Principles and Acts of the Revolution in America: Or, An Attempt to Collect ...

Hezekiah Niles - Etats-Unis - 1822 - 495 pages
...happy instrument of alleviating tfce horrors of hopeless captivity, when the brave are overpowered and made prisoners of war. It was perhaps fortunate for you, madam, that he wu from home, for it was my intention to have taken him on board the Ranger, and to have detained him,...
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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
...the happy instrument of alleviating the horrors of hopeless captivity, when the brave are overpowered and made prisoners of war. It was, perhaps, fortunate...through his means, a general and fair exchange of prisoners, as well in Europe as in America, had been effected. When I was informed, by some men whom...
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American Military Biography: Containing the Lives, Characters, and Anecdotes ...

Amos Blanchard (of Cincinnati.) - United States - 1825 - 431 pages
...the happy instrument of alleviating the horrors of hopeless captivity, when the brave are overpowered and made prisoners of war. It was perhaps fortunate...through his means, a general and fair exchange of prisoners, as well in Europe as in America, had becn effected. " When I was informed, by some men whom...
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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 happy instrument of alleviating the horrors of hopeless captivity, when the brave are overpowered and made prisoners of war. It was, perhaps, fortunate...through his means, a general and fair exchange of prisoners, as well in Europe as in America, had been effected. When I was informed, by some men whom...
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