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News from sea or, the takeing of the cruel pirate, being a full and true relation how Captain Cewsicke, alias Dixon, alias Smith, an Irish-Pyrate took an English ship of 500. Tuns culled the Saint Anne, laden with deals from Norway belonging to Captain Shorter, and putting 18. Men that they found aboard into a small boat without food, compass or tackling, barbarously exposed them to the mercy of the sea, where they must certainly have perisht, had not a Dutch ship by Gods providence taken them up, and set them on shore in Norfolk, as also how they carried the said ship into Aberdeen in Scotland, and borrowed 219. pound on her ladeing where she was soon after seized, and the said pirate, and 13. of his men since taken neer Lee, and brought up to the Marshalseas in South-warke, where they now remain prisoners.

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Corporate Author: Early English Books Online.
Format: Online Book
Language:English
Published: London : printed for R.W., 1674.
Series:Early English books online.
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