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Text:"...96 FAMOUS PRIVATEERSMEN I am ready to fight you to-morrow. Meet me three miles beyond the breakwater and may the best man win. Until then - good luck. Yours for battle, JeanBart. The boy came back..."
Date:1911
Publication place:Boston, Massachusetts, USA
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Text:"... of the Dutchman, and, with a great roaring, ripping, and smashing, the mizzen top-mast came toppling over the lee rail. A lusty cheer sounded from the deck of the Palme. Shes ours ! cried JeanBart, smiling..."
Date:1911
Publication place:Boston, Massachusetts, USA
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Text:"...JEANBART 96 So down came the emblem of the States General amidst ringing cheers from the throats of the followers of JeanBart. They had won a notable victory. When the Esperance was towed and half..."
Date:1911
Publication place:Boston, Massachusetts, USA
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Text:"...108 FAMOUS PRIVATEERSMEN Bear off to leeward! signalled JeanBart to his privateer companion. ** Then we will get the stranger between us, fasten to her, and board her from either side. The flag..."
Date:1911
Publication place:Boston, Massachusetts, USA
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Text:"...JEANBART 93 trading vessels of those days must have been without guns and poorly manned, for it should have been easy to stand off a crew of but thirty-six, with only two cannon aboard. JeanBart..."
Date:1911
Publication place:Boston, Massachusetts, USA
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Text:"...JEAN BAET 105 had determined to make way with this too fortunate privateer. One - Jules Blanc by name - even decided upon murder, if JeanBart would not agree to leave the privateering business..."
Date:1911
Publication place:Boston, Massachusetts, USA
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Text:"..., you will not say, Pish, the Commoner! But you will say, Well done! The Hero! So, good-by, JeanBart, and may France produce your like again, if she can!..."
Date:1911
Publication place:Boston, Massachusetts, USA
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Text:"...JEANBART 87 of God and a member of the true church, he walked upon the surface of the water. The boat coming in was manned by Huguenots, by unbeHevers, mark you! By fellows who had neither the sense..."
Date:1911
Publication place:Boston, Massachusetts, USA
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Text:"... far up the coast of Holland and was keenly hunting for either merchantman or frigate, when a small vessel neared him, upon which was flying a white flag. A truce ! cried JeanBart. The war must..."
Date:1911
Publication place:Boston, Massachusetts, USA
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Text:"...JEA:NBART 109 Drive these French curs into the sea ! But now the other privateer had made fast, and her men came clambering over the rail, with cutlass, dirk, and pistols. Were outnumbered, Ranc..."
Date:1911
Publication place:Boston, Massachusetts, USA
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Text:"...JEANBART 97 No, said he. You cannot go. You are my prisoner ! JeanBart still smoked. You are too quick ! he answered, slowly. There you are wrong. I am not your prisoner, for I see a barrel..."
Date:1911
Publication place:Boston, Massachusetts, USA
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Text:"...86 FAMOUS PRIVATEERSMEN Dont you see that your sails arent half full ! Boy, will you never learn ! JeanBart obeyed. Very good, my Captain ! said he. Very good, my Monsieur Valbue. And, at this..."
Date:1911
Publication place:Boston, Massachusetts, USA
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Text:"...CONTENTS rAeC Preface vii Carlo Zeno: Hero of the Venetian Republic . . . i Sir Francis Drake: Rover and Sea Ranger ... 23 Sir Walter Raleigh : Persecutor of the Spaniards • . 53 JeanBart..."
Date:1911
Publication place:Boston, Massachusetts, USA
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Text:"...JEANBART 103 Then down with our flag, cried the captain of the Dutchman. But, ye gods, how it hurts me to give the order. A sailor seized the halyards and pulled the ensign to the deck, and..."
Date:1911
Publication place:Boston, Massachusetts, USA
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Text:"... menacingly from her open port-holes. She was the NepUme and she lazed along like a huge whale: omnipotent and self-satisfied. Ah ha ! cried the delighted JeanBart. Now I have met an enemy that is worthy..."
Date:1911
Publication place:Boston, Massachusetts, USA
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Text:"...JEANBART 89 the blade had pierced the body of a seaman and had felled him to the boarding. Bring up the Laws of Oleron, cried Captain Valbue, when the Huguenot had been secured. Bring up the Laws..."
Date:1911
Publication place:Boston, Massachusetts, USA
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Text:"... if they do not back me up! The laws be blowed ! yelled Monsieur Valbue, now beside himself with rage. And, leaping across the rail he struck the Huguenot two sturdy blows in the face. JeanBart, meanwhile..."
Date:1911
Publication place:Boston, Massachusetts, USA
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Text:"...JEANBART 107 parried it, leaped upon a chair, and stood there smihng. Crack! There was the sound of a pistol and a bullet whizzed by his ear. Then there was a sudden and awful Crash! The room..."
Date:1911
Publication place:Boston, Massachusetts, USA