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Text:".... are not allowed tO circulate. Readers are asked to report all cases of books marked or mutilated. Do not deface books by marks and writing. Cornell University Library E207.B87 M16 MosesBrown captain U.S.N. / olJn..."
Date:Between 1742 and 1904
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"... prison ship - Return to Newburyport- In command of a splendid pFivateer- A plot to murder MosesBrown^Fatal testing of the ships guns - Getting a new battery-** Then Ill die directly, sir..."
Date:Between 1742 and 1804
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"... shall all agree, that in a higher, if not a truer sense, Mr. Burges ought to have said, that Divine Providence directed Samuel Slater to MosesBrown, and by years of training and experience, prepared him..."
Date:1892
Place:Rhode Island, USA
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Text:"...35 appeal to the court of Heaven. MosesBrown was never thought to be disloyal. His philanthropic work was not done in secret. He continued always in the closest friendship with Stephen Hopkins, who..."
Date:1892
Place:Rhode Island, USA
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Text:"... American port. This, however, was not after the style of MosesBrown. He boldly faced the peril and took the bull by the horns. Making a sham sale of his vessel he chartered her to load with currants..."
Date:Between 1742 and 1804
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"... Samuel Nicholson; the George WaskingtoUt Captain Patrick Fletcher (whom we remember as having once served under Captain MosesBrown) ; the Merrlmac^ Captain MosesBrown; the Portsmouth^ Captain Daniel..."
Date:Between 1742 and 1804
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"... other important services. Nearly all the details of this service have remained for over one hundred years a closed book to the public. Through the courtesy of the Hon. MosesBrown, of Massachusetts..."
Date:Between 1742 and 1904
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"...CHAPTER IV IN THE lions den FROM the foregoing sketch of the early career of MosesBrown it will be seen that his preparation for the high and responsible duties of commander in a war-ship had been..."
Date:Between 1742 and 1904
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"... Trenchards, RearAdmiral Philip and MosesBrown. Like most of the intelligent seamen of his day, MosesBrown kept a diary covering the leading events of his stormy career, besides which there are personal..."
Date:Between 1742 and 1804
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"... became seriously apparent. As we have seen, in the career of MosesBrown alone, his ship in time of peace had been detained in an Irish port at ruinous loss of time and money and he was twice captured..."
Date:Between 1742 and 1804
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"..., never received even an official recognition of their worth beyond that of slow promotion. In personal appearance MosesBrown was about six feet high, with a well-knit figure, broad shoulders and..."
Date:Between 1742 and 1804
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"... it shall appertain to give the said MosesBrown all aid, assistance and succour in their ports with his said vessel, company and prizes. W E , in the name and on behalf of the Good People of the said United..."
Date:Between 1742 and 1804
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"..., and MosesBrown.* The characteristic reply of Adams was, that An attack upon the liberties of one colony, was an attack upon the liberties of all. He was thoroughly sensible, as Franklin was, when he had..."
Date:1892
Place:Rhode Island, USA
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Text:"...CONCLUSION Browne, a prominent lawyer in Boston, Greorge Brown, of Bangor, Me., and the Hon. MosesBrown, of Newburyport, Mass. George Brown was major in the First Maine Cavahry during the Civil War..."
Date:Between 1742 and 1804
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"... other important services. Nearly all the details of this service have remained for over one hundred years a closed book to the public. Through the courtesy of the Hon. MosesBrown, of Massachusetts..."
Date:Between 1742 and 1804
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"... feature of the day) were formed on State Street with a respectable band of music at their head under the leadership of Mr. S. Holyoke. Captain MosesBrown accidentally appearing as the young men were..."
Date:Between 1742 and 1804
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"... shipbuilderSome successful ships- Patriotism in 1798- A Fourth of July celebration - MosesBrown made a captain in the navy- A famous launching A splendid vessel- Her oflScers- Comparative cost 123-136 CHAPTER XIII..."
Date:Between 1742 and 1804
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"... it shall appertain to give the said MosesBrown all aid, assistance and succour in their ports with his said vessel, company and prizes. W E , in the name and on behalf of the Good People of the said United..."
Date:Between 1742 and 1804
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"... received in gathering material for this work, from the late Emily Adams Getchell, the Hon. MosesBrown, Mr. Causten Browne, Mr. George P. Tilton, Charles Wellesley Allen and Mr. William H. Swasey. E. S. M..."
Date:Between 1742 and 1904
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"... of their usefulness will be still spreading aloft over men their beneficent influence. MosesBrown retired early from business, be* Old trees, in their living state, are the only things that money cannot command..."
Date:1892
Place:Rhode Island, USA