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Commissary Gen. of Prisoners. Rules for privateers, 1813
November 30, 1815 letter from the Office of Commissary General of Prisoners, which advised privateers commissioned as Letters-of-Marque on the rules
and forms to be used when entering ports with captured prisoners of war. (Digitized from a microfilm copy of the title originally held by the John
Carter Brown Library in Providence, Rhode Island).
Title:   Office of Commissary General of Prisoners, Washington, November 30th, 1813 : Sir, by an act of Congress, passed on the 2d day of August last, it has been provided, that a bounty of twenty five dollars be paid to the owners, officers and crews of private armed vessels of the United States, commissioned as letters-of-marque, for every prisoner of war by them captured, brought in, and delivered at a port in the United States ...
OCLC Number:   1098241728
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