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Spoils of War: Privateering in Nova Scotia

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Napoleon defeated : Europe freed

Date: 1814

Reference: Nova Scotia Archives Newspapers: Royal Gazette 5 January 1814 p. 3


Convoy system protects merchant trade

Date: 1814

Reference: Nova Scotia Archives Newspapers: Royal Gazette 31 August 1814 p. 3


Dealing with the occupation: British requests, American responses

Date: 1814

Reference: Nova Scotia Archives Newspapers: Royal Gazette 14 November 1814 p. 3


Many casualties as British frigate and American privateer clash

Date: 1814

Reference: Nova Scotia Archives Newspapers: Royal Gazette 2 November 1814 p. 3


Slow news of Peace means two more months for war

Date: 1815

Reference: Nova Scotia Archives Newspapers: Royal Gazette 22 February 1815 p. 3


Letter of marque for the owners of the Rolla

Reference: Nova Scotia Archives RG1 vol. 173 p. 266


British Navy blockades enemy coast

Date: 1813

Reference: Nova Scotia Archives Newspapers: Weekly Chronicle 26 March 1813 p. 2


Many prize vessels offered at auction

Date: 1813

Reference: Nova Scotia Archives Newspapers: Weekly Chronicle 2 April 1813 p. 2


British Naval deserters offered amnesty in return for service

Date: 1813

Reference: Nova Scotia Archives Newspapers: Weekly Chronicle 9 April 1813 p. 1


Prize goods offered for sale

Date: 1813

Reference: Nova Scotia Archives Newspapers: Weekly Chronicle 23 April 1813 p. 3


Underdog HMS Shannon defeats USS Chesapeake

Date: 1813

Reference: Nova Scotia Archives Newspapers: Weekly Chronicle 11 June 1813 p.3


Swedish prize captured three times on same voyage

Date: 1813

Reference: Nova Scotia Archives Newspapers: Weekly Chronicle 18 June 1813 p. 2


Petition of owners of the sloop Dart for a letter of marque

Date: 1813

Reference: Nova Scotia Archives RG 1 vol. 226 doc. 68


Petition of owners of the sloop Dart for a letter of marque

Date: 1813

Reference: Nova Scotia Archives RG 1 vol. 226 doc. 67


"A Journal of the Proceedings on board the Sloop Dart Privateer of St. John New Brunswick, John Harris Commander, commencing May 22th, 1813"

Date: 1813

Reference: Dalhousie University Archives and Special Collections, William Inglis Morse Collection Nova Scotia Archives MS.6.17 (NSARM mfm #14006)


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