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The Author wishes to express his regret, that the daring andl usefil services of a great portion of our marine in the old war shoult d e suffered to remafin in the obscurity undert which it is now blit iedetl.
Every one has hearid of the victory of the Bon-tomme Richlardl, butt howv little is known of the rest of the life, and of tihe imtport(ant services of the retmartkabl.e man vlwho conmmlanded in our behlalf, in that memorzable combat.
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t:etr)le( he had d4t.cice(df 11 ci(tl C, t Ilc acti Xve slailor w\ats withintr a feiews l~of hitn.' P'ray), Sir," s aidl Blarnst ilale,) whlat w Satelr h:;'ive we ilt tthis'y?
MY DEAR SHUBRICK, Each year causes some new and melancholy chasm in what is now the brief list of my naval friends and former associates. Tihe latter is permitted to garnish a probable ficlion, while lhe is sternly prohibited from -dell\ting on implrolbable truths; but it is the duty of the fornter to record f cts as they have occturrted, withl out a reference to consequences, resting 1his repu*l tatiton1 on a firm ftundatll ion of realities) and vindicating his integrity by his authorities.
iunt neither time nor separatfion hav; shake1-n our intimtacy an* tld I know that iln (leiicatjin' to you these volumes, I tell you notling new, when I add, that it is a tribute paild to ant cnduring rieindship, by Your old messmate, T'XWE AITIt OR,. As to the Critics, hte has the advant'age of in cluding therm all in that extensive class, wihich is lknown by tlhe s""weeping applellation Of " Xlubbers." If they have cotinon discretion, they will bewoare of exposing their iglnoranctle.
Notwithstandilng this fattvourable circumstance there was sonething threatening it the aspect of tlhe oceant wh'ich wa.'s spe'aking in hollow, hut (eep murnmurs, like a vol.
Seano on tile eve of an eruption, that greatly heigit' ened the feelings of amazement and( (read witl which thel peasants beheld this extraordinary i L'terlruption to the quiet of theirt little bay.
How little is klnownt of his actions Nwith the 1Milford and the Solebay; of his captures of the r)lake and'itl t rirmph; and of his repeated and Ut1sperate projects to carry the war frito the island homne' of our powerful elnemy.