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ail in sight at day-break. The schooner Mercy A. Howes, of Chatham, Massachusetts, was first captured. She had been for four months in the Bay of Chaleur fishing, and was now returning with a full cargo of cod and mackerel. We supplied ourselves with fish, took the crew on board, and scuttled the schooner. At 7:15, started the engines again and stood northwest by west. Light breezes. Sea smooth. At 8 A. M. spoke Nova Scotia schooner Sophy, from Turk's island, with salt for Yarmouth, Nova Scotia. Having a number of prisoners, they were permitted to board this vessel and arrange for passage home. The captain said he was a very poor man, but would do all he could for them, and asked, as a favor, for some provisions. Quite a quantity of beef, pork and hard bread was sent on board, together with half a keg of tobacco. The crews of the prizes Lamot Du Pont, James Littlefield, and Mercy A. Howes, were sent off, with three boat loads of baggage and personal effects. At 9
ail in sight at day-break. The schooner Mercy A. Howes, of Chatham, Massachusetts, was first captured. She had been for four months in the Bay of Chaleur fishing, and was now returning with a full cargo of cod and mackerel. We supplied ourselves with fish, took the crew on board, and scuttled the schooner. At 7:15, started the engines again and stood northwest by west. Light breezes. Sea smooth. At 8 A. M. spoke Nova Scotia schooner Sophy, from Turk's island, with salt for Yarmouth, Nova Scotia. Having a number of prisoners, they were permitted to board this vessel and arrange for passage home. The captain said he was a very poor man, but would do all he could for them, and asked, as a favor, for some provisions. Quite a quantity of beef, pork and hard bread was sent on board, together with half a keg of tobacco. The crews of the prizes Lamot Du Pont, James Littlefield, and Mercy A. Howes, were sent off, with three boat loads of baggage and personal effects. At 9