Privateering -- Confederate States of America. : Trial of the officers and crew of the privateer Savannah, on the charge of piracy : in the United States Circuit Court for the Southern District of New York : Hon. Judges Nelson and Shipman, presiding / reported by A. F. Warburton.
Privateering -- England -- Drama. : The Sea Hawk [videorecording] / Warner Bros. Pictures Inc. ; Jack L. Warner in charge of production ; a Warner Bros.-First National picture ; executive producer, Hal B. Wallis ; associate producer, Henry Blanke ; screen play by Howard Koch and Seton I. Miller ; directed by Michael Curtiz.
Privateering -- England -- History -- Congresses. : Raleigh in Exeter, 1985 : privateering and colonisation in the reign of Elizabeth I : papers delivered at a conference at Exeter University on 3-4 May 1985 to mark the four hundredth anniversary of the first attempt to settle English people in North America / edited by Joyce Youings.
Privateering -- France -- Early works to 1800. : Ordonnance du Roy tres-Chrestien, touchant les vaisseaux Anglois, Escossois, & Irlandois, qui seront recountrés en mer par ses vasseaux, ou par ceus de ses sujets armés in cours [electronic resource] = The most Christian Kings edict or proclamation concerning English, Scotish, and Irish ships that shall be met at sea by his said Majesties ships, or by privateers acting by his commission, / Translated out of the French, and published by authority.
Privateering -- Great Britain -- Poetry. : Ode to the privateer-commanders of Great Britain [electronic resource] : being a parody on Mr. Mason's Ode to the naval officers of Great Britain. Written, immediately after reading his Ode, April the sixteenth, 1779. By - - -, B. A.
Privateering -- Italy. : Consultazione a favore del Sig. Sansone Costantini, pubblico negoziante di Livorno di nazione Ebrea contro il Sig. Cavaliere Conte Giorgio Woinovich, maggiore al servizo di Russia [electronic resource].
Privateering -- Massachusetts. : Now fitting for a privateer, in the harbour of Beverly, the brigantine Washington, [electronic resource] : a strong, good vessel for that purpose and a prime sailer. Any seamen or landmen that have an inclination to make their fortunes in a few months, may have an opportunity, by applying to John Dyson. Beverly, September 17, 1776.
Privateering -- New Hampshire. : In the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and seventy-six. Colony of New-Hampshire. [electronic resource] : An act for encouraging the fixing out of armed vessels, to defend the sea coast of America, and to cruize on the enemies of the United Colonies, as also for erecting a court, to try and condemn, all ships, and other vessels, their tackle, apparel and furniture, and all goods, wares and merchandizes, belonging to any inhabitant or inhabitants of Great-Britain, taken on the high seas.
Privateering -- Rhode Island. : By His Excellency [blank] Esquire, governor, captain-general, and commander in chief, of and over the state of Rhode-Island and Providence Plantations. [electronic resource] : Instructions to the commanders of private ships or vessels of war, which shall have commissions or letters of marque and reprisal, authorising them to make captures of British vessels and cargoes. ... Given under my hand, and the seal of the said state, at [blank] this [blank] day of [blank] ... one thousand seven hundred seventy [blank.]
Privateering -- Scotland. : A letter to a friend at Edinburgh from Roterdam [electronic resource] : giving an account of the Scots affairs in Darien. By James Byres.