1812 History
Captain Lewis Warrington and others : memorial of Lewis Warrington, Captain in the U.S. Navy,


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Warrington, Lewis, 1782-1851.; United States. Congress. House. Miscellaneous no.74., Author
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Full title: Captain Lewis Warrington and others : memorial of Lewis Warrington, Captain in the U.S. Navy, (in behalf of himself and the officers and crew of the U.S. sloop-of-war Peacock); praying that the one half of the proceeds of the Epervier and goods which went into the officers and crew of said vessel, it having been decreed to them by the United States court as captors. April 26, 1848.

To accompany bill H.R. no.435.

At head of title: 30th Congress, 1st session [Ho. of Reps.] Miscellaneous no.74.
Date of Publication:
26 Apr 1848
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SPCL E 360 W37 1848
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Captain Lewis Warrington and others : memorial of Lewis Warrington, Captain in the U.S. Navy,


Full title: Captain Lewis Warrington and others : memorial of Lewis Warrington, Captain in the U.S. Navy, (in behalf of himself and the officers and crew of the U.S. sloop-of-war Peacock); praying that the one half of the proceeds of the Epervier and goods which went into the officers and crew of said vessel, it having been decreed to them by the United States court as captors. April 26, 1848.

To accompany bill H.R. no.435.

At head of title: 30th Congress, 1st session [Ho. of Reps.] Miscellaneous no.74.