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1782 CATO, Schooner. Guns, 8; Men, 30.

July 30

Commander: James Pickman, of Salem.
C. C. 196, 11, 86.

1783 CATO, Schooner. Tons, 35; Guns, 6; Men, 25. Commander: Benjamin Green Mansfield.

Jan. I

Petition signed by Miles Ward in behalf of Nathan Goodale and others, of Salem.

M. A., 172, 273.

1777 CENTIPEDE, Schooner. Guns, 2; Men, 40.

Dec. 5

Commander: William Langdell.

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

Bonders: William Langdon [signed Langdell], of Salem, principal; Elias Hasket Derby, Ichabod Nichols, and Joseph White, merchants of Salem, sureties.

Owners: E. H. Derby and others.

Witnesses: Robert Stone, Nehemiah Holt.

Note. The vessel's name is spelled Santapee.
M. A., vii, 137, 140, 168, 105.

1778 CENTIPEDE, Schooner.

Commander: [William?] Steward.

Note. Name spelled Cente- Pea.
Boston Gazette, May 11, 1778.

17787 CentipedE, Schooner. Guns, 16 swivels; Men, 35.
Commander: Samuel Ingersoll.

May 211

Bond: Continental, $5000; State, £4000.
Bonders: Samuel Ingersoll, principal;

Elias Hasket

Derby, Joseph White, and others, of Salem, sureties.

Owners: E. H. Derby, Joseph White, and others.
Witnesses: Nath[anie]l Silsbee, Thomas Nichols.
Note. Name spelled Cente Pea.
M. A., v, 126, 129, 168, 327.

1778 CENTIPEDE, SCHOONER. Guns, 16 swivels; Men, 35.
Commander: Joseph Pratt.

Sept. 29

Bond: Continental, $5,000; State, £4000.

Bonders: Joseph Pratt, principal; Miles Greenwood and
Robert Stone, of Salem, sureties.

Owners: Miles Greenwood and others.
Witnesses: Joseph White and Sam[uel] Ward.

Note. Name spelled Cent a Pede.

M. A., v, 188, 189, 169, 178.

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1779 CENTIPEDE, Schooner. Guns, 4; Men, 50. Commander: Gideon Henfield.

Aug. 3

Bond: Continental, not stated; State, £4000.

95

Bonders: Gideon Henfield, mariner, principal; Robert
Stone and Simon Forrester, of Salem, sureties.
Owner: Elias Hasket Derby.

Witnesses: Jno. Fisk, Richard Manning.

Note. Name spelled Sentepe.

M. A., VII, 107, 108, 159, 193, 274, 170, 299; Mar.
Court Rec., 28.

1780 CENTIPEDE, Schooner. Guns, 4; Men, 40. Commander: Joseph Pitman.

Apr. 27

Bond: Continental, £4000 (sic.); State, £4000.

Bonders: Joseph Pitman, of Salem, principal; Joseph White and Miles Greenwood, merchants of Salem, sureties.

Owner: Joseph White.

Witnesses: Eunice Goodwin, Eliza Elkins.

Note. Name spelled Cent a Pied.

M. A., v, 125, 127, 171, 137.

1780 CENTIPEDE, Schooner.

Commander: Samuel Croel.
Note. Name spelled Centipie.
Boston Gazette, June 26, 1780.

1780 CENTURION, Ship. Guns, 16; Men, 60. Commander: Gerald Forrester.

Jan. 4

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

Bonders: Gerald Forrester, mariner, principal; Thomas
Russell and Sam[ue]l Conant, jr., of Boston, sureties.
Owner: Thomas Russell.

Witnesses: Chambers Russell, Thomas Greene.
M. A., v, 152, 155, 176, 83.

CERTIFICATE, Schooner. Guns, 6.
Commander:

Hunt, II, 48.

1781 CHACE, Brigantine. Guns, 10; Men, 35

Sept. 7

Commander: Cornelius Thompson, of Salem.
C. C. 196, 11, 91; M. A., 172, 3; Felt, 11, 272: Captured
May 29, 1782.

1780 CHANCE, Sloop. Tons, 50; Guns, 6; Men, 12. Commander: William Almy.

Apr. 10

Petitioner: Samuel Dunn, jr. [of Boston].

Owners: Samuel Dunn, jr., Mungo Mackay, and others.
M. A., 171, 126.

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Salem Gazette, Oct. 10, 1782 (See brig Adventure, Capt.
Tucker).

1782 CHANCE, Brig (letter of marque).

Commander: Zachariah Gage.

Owners: Andrew and John Cabot, of Beverly.
Note. Sold at Cape François in 1782.

Publ. Colonial Society of Massachusetts, XXIV, 406.

1782 CHARLOTTE, Schooner.

Commander:

Boston Gazette, Dec. 2, 1782: "In behalf of Henry Gallison and others, owners of the schooner Charlotte, alias Nimble Shilling, and all concerned therein' against the prize brigantine Endeavor.

1779 CHARMING NANCY, Brigantine. Guns, 8; Men, 20. Commander: William Faris.

Nov. 23

Bond: Continental, £4000 [sic.]; State, £4000.

Bonders: Joseph Laughton and Tristram Barnard, of
Boston, and William Faris, of Newburyport.

Owner: John Tracy, of Newburyport.

Witness: John Milliquet.

M. A., v, 161, 162, 171, 29.

1776 CHARMING PEGGY, Brig. Guns, 12, and 12 swivels; Men, 25. Commander: Joseph?] Jauncey.

Oct. 26

Note. Possibly a Connecticut vessel.

Emmons, 131.

CHARMING PEGGY, Brigantine. Guns, 10; Men, 40.

Commander: John Phillips.

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

Bonders: John Phillips, principal; John R. Livingston and Edm[un]d Dunkin, of Boston, sureties.

Owner: John R. Livingston.

Witnesses: Hector McNeill, Thomas Amory, jr.

M. A., v, 163, 164, 139, 257

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1779 CHARMING POLLY, Schooner. Guns, 6; Men, 20.
June 26
Commander: John Palmer.

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

97

Bonders: John Palmer, mariner, principal; Henry Living-
ston and William Erskine, of Boston, sureties.
Owner: William Erskine.

Witnesses: Sam[ue]l White, Edw[ar]d Davis.

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

M. A., v, 201, 202, 145, 1, 170, 185.

1779 CHARMING POLLY, Sloop. Guns, 6; Men, 25. Commander: Phoenix Frazier.

Aug. 18

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

Bonders: Phoenix Frazier, mariner, principal; William Erskine and Joseph Russell, merchants of Boston, sureties.

Owners: William Erskine and others.

Witnesses: Samuel R[ussell] Gerry, W. Harris.
M. A., v, 205, 206, 170, 336.

1779 CHARMING POLLY, Brigantine. Guns, 6; Men, 20.
Commander: George Shougherd.

Dec. 24

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

Bonders: George Shougherd, mariner, principal; George
Dodge, jr., and Eben[eze]r Parsons, of Boston and
Salem, sureties.

Owner: George Dodge, jr.

Witnesses: And[rew] Henshaw, Oliver Peabody.

M. A., v, 165, 166, 171, 50.

1780 CHARMING POLLY, Brig (letter of marque). Commander: Daniel Bigelow.

Felt, 11, 271 (Captured September 19, 1780, and crew brought to Mill Prison).

1776 CHARMING SALLY, Sloop.

Commander: Francis Brown.

M. A., 159, 66 (Captured the schooner Betsey December 6, 1776, and brought her into Beverly March 16, 1777. Jeremiah Platt and Paschal N. Smith, of Boston, appeared in the Maritime Court in behalf of Captain Brown); 92 (Captured the brigantine Hannah January 7, 1777, and brought her into Boston April 12, 1777. Abijah Dunham, of Tisbury, appeared in court for Captain Brown).

1777 CHARMING SALLY, Schooner. Tons, 70; Guns, 4, and 6 swivels; Men, 15.

June 12

Commander: Joseph Tilden.

Petitioner: William Shattuck, of Boston.
M. A., 167, 25.

1777 CHARMING SALLY, Schooner. Guns, 4, and 8 swivels; Men, 25.
Aug. 26
Commander: William Briggs.

1777

Dec. 31

Bond: Continental, $5000.

Bonders: William Briggs, mariner of Salem, Alex[ande]r
Rose, of Charlestown, S. C., William Shattuck, of
Boston, and Ab[raha]m Livingston, of New York.
Owners: William Shattuck and others.
Witnesses: John Parker, Mark Towell.

M. A., v, 114, 139, 140, 167, 186.

CHARMING SALLY, Brigantine. Guns, 4, and 2 swivels; Men,10.
Commander: Thomas Haws.

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

Bonders: Thomas Haws, principal; William Shattuck and
William Dall, of Boston, sureties.

Owners: William Shattuck and others.
Witnesses: James Perkins, John Shattuck.
M. A., v, 116, 119, 168, 123.

1778 CHARMING SALLY, Sloop. Guns, 8; Men, 20.
Commander: John Carey.

Nov. 13

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

Bonders: John Carey, mariner, principal, Shrimpton
Hutchinson and W[illia]m Erskine, of Boston, sureties.
Owners: William Erskine and others.

Witness: Jno. Dall.

M. A., v, 154, 156, 169, 316.

1779 CHARMING SALLY, Ship. Tons, 300; Guns, 18; Men, 70. Commander: Alexander Holmes.

Jan. 27

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

Bonders: Alexander Holmes, mariner, principal; W[illia]m Erskine and Edm[un]d Dunkin, of Boston, sureties.

Owners: William Erskine and others.

Witnesses: Daniel Smith, Francis Johonnot.

Note. On the Penobscot Expedition and destroyed

to prevent capture.

M. A., v, 167, 168, xxxvii, 280, XLV, 190, 145, 1, 40, 169, 424.

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