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Spoils of War: Privateering in Nova Scotia

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Nova Scotia privateers have successful winter cruises

Date: 1814

Reference: Nova Scotia Archives Newspapers: Acadian Recorder 8 January 1814 p. 3


Privateer Rolla offered for sale

Date: 1814

Reference: Nova Scotia Archives Newspapers: Acadian Recorder 15 January 1814 p. 3


Account of Richard Tremaine & Co., goods shipped to the United States of America, 1813

Date: 1812

Reference: Nova Scotia Archives RG 5 A vol. 20 #19a


Advertisement for publication of Court of Vice Admiralty decisions

Date: 1814

Reference: Nova Scotia Archives Newspapers: Acadian Recorder 18 June 1814 p. 3


"Castine Taken"

Date: 1814

Reference: Nova Scotia Archives Newspapers: Acadian Recorder 10 September 1814 p. 3


Annapolis man runs away to sea

Date: 1814

Reference: Nova Scotia Archives Newspapers: Acadian Recorder 10 September 1814 p. 4


American prisoners escape while working in Dartmouth

Date: 1814

Reference: Nova Scotia Archives Newspapers: Acadian Recorder 15 October 1814 p. 3


British Navy extends blockade to New England

Date: 1814

Reference: Nova Scotia Archives Newspapers: Acadian Recorder 19 November 1814 p. 3


"Sloop Mary — Again", False flags shown to lure prey to capture

Date: 1814

Reference: Nova Scotia Archives Newspapers: Acadian Recorder 31 December 1814 p. 2


Successful NS Privateer Sherbrooke offered at auction for peacetime use

Date: 1815

Reference: Nova Scotia Archives Newspapers: Acadian Recorder 7 January 1815 p. 3


"Notes on Nova Scotian Privateers"

Reference: Royal Nova Scotia Historical Society Nova Scotia Archives Library: F90 N85 Vol.13 p. 111-152


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