Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Captain Nichols” in chapter 1.56, section c.1.56.63, page 249 of Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 35.:
... and told the men when to hoist.
She was very irate with her husband and told him that he should have saved his ship by keeping on. We burned the ship.
An amusing incident I will here relate.
Captain Nichols was very much depressed at the loss of his vessel and was moodily pacing the deck.
It was Lieutenant Chew's watch.
Chew was a good, kind hearted fellow and he wanted to comfort the poor captain, ...
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