Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Shenandoah” in chapter 1.11, section c.1.11.65, page 129 of Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 25.:
...manded documentary evidence which the Captain could not produce.
His vessel was seized, and the Shenandoah started after the companion ships with the usual result.
For several days following, the Shenandoah had things her own way, and the prizes were frequent and valuable.
She struck fleet after fleet of whaling ships, only to consign them and their contents to the flames.
On June 26th alone, five s...
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