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House of Commons and the Admiralty — Author attempting to cut out a Spanish zebec, is taken prisoner — His pleasant experiences while in captivity — At last released.
We were taken possession of by the _Gros Souris_, a Spanish zebec with a long eighteen-pounder and seventy-five men.
One of them gave us notice of a Mexican armed zebec ready to sail with treasure from Mexico for the Havannah.
The other vessels were a three-masted zebec with an English sloop which she had captured and
On the 9th of June, the _Speedy_ and another little vessel had a nine hours 'fight, first with a Spanish zebec and three gunboats, and afterwards with a felucco and two more gunboats which came to their aid, which were only allowed to escape when the
Visit to a Jamaican plantation — Condition of the slaves — A growl against the House of Commons and the Admiralty — Author attempting to cut out a Spanish zebec, is taken prisoner — His pleasant experiences while in captivity — At last released.
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Alas, when but one day from happiness, a Moorish zebec -- "