The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Scourge (Schooner), 1812


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My Lord --- I have received and laid before the Queen, the joint address to Her Majesty from the Legislative Council and Legislative Assembly of Canada, which accompanied your despatch, No. 247, of the 8th of April, praying that Her Majesty would cause measures to be adopted for procuring indemification from the Government of the United States for Mr. Crooks, whose vessel, the LORD NELSON, was captured by an American Citizen previously to the Declaration of War in 1812. (part)
      The Argus, Kingston
      March 23, 1846
     
      . . . . .

NOTE:- The LORD NELSON after her capture became the U. S. SCOURGE and was lost as such in Aug. of 1813. The Crooks family claim for reparation was finally settled in 1930
      from " Ghost Ships "
      by Emily Cain
     


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ex LORD NELSON,
Date of Original:
1812
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McN.R.4620
Language of Item:
English
Donor:
William R. McNeil
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Scourge (Schooner), 1812