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what difficult to collect all the facts. On the water, where we have be'-n peculiarly successful, the official accounts more iully and explicitly state Ihe loss, as well as the comparative skill and bravery of the contending parties.
In the list of public and private vessels taken from the enemy during the war, we have not given the whole number of men and guns, on board of a large proportion of the merchant vessels, as it was never officially stated. In every instance of this kind, where we could not obtain correct information, we have left the number blank. We are sorry to say it is wholly out of our power to accompany the list of prizes with a correct list of the vessels we have lost; the enemy never having made a public statement of their prizes, we could not collect them from any authentic soufce.
Capt. Forsyth's Espedition, ib.
Yankee Trick, ib_
Capture of the Boxer, 2) g
Jackson, White, and Coffee's Victories over the Creek Indians,
Gen. Claiborne's Victory, '%%.
Captain Porter's Cruise, 2x„
Loss of Fort Niagara, and burning of Lewistown, Manchester,
and Tuscarora, os0
Burning of Buffaloe.and Black Rock, ib
Capt Holmes'Victory, Q-1
Capture of the Epervier, ~lb
Battle at Stoney Point, 25^
Loss of the Frigate Essex, o56
Correspondence, which passed between the commissioners of the (wo
governments, whilst treating for peace, transmuted to the Secretary of
State, 303,8.1.315, 313, 324, 33L340, 344,352, 369, 363, 365,366,
Treaty of peace, 368
List of vessels taken from Great Britain, 377