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United States (United States) (search for this): article 11
The capture of Commodore Robinson's pleasure yacht. --We incidentally mentioned, yesterday, the capture by the United States blockading steamer Brooklyn, of the beautiful yacht Gipsy, at Pass a l' Outre. Commodore Robinson (who, by-the-by, is a British subject) was enjoying one of his usual summer fishing excursions, and was sailing the Gipsy under British colors. The gallant and valiant commander of the Brooklyn, with a most notable obedience to the letter of his orders, seized the pretty pleasure boat, retaining it as a prize, and, as we learn from a dispatch from Commodore Robinson, put him and his servant on shore, to find their way to the city as they may.--This they will probably do in the course of the day. Certainly a most brilliant adventure, this, of the brave blockaders!--New Orleans Picayuns.
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The capture of Commodore Robinson's pleasure yacht. --We incidentally mentioned, yesterday, the capture by the United States blockading steamer Brooklyn, of the beautiful yacht Gipsy, at Pass a l' Outre. Commodore Robinson (who, by-the-by, is a British subject) was enjoying one of his usual summer fishing excursions, and waCommodore Robinson (who, by-the-by, is a British subject) was enjoying one of his usual summer fishing excursions, and was sailing the Gipsy under British colors. The gallant and valiant commander of the Brooklyn, with a most notable obedience to the letter of his orders, seized the pretty pleasure boat, retaining it as a prize, and, as we learn from a dispatch from Commodore Robinson, put him and his servant on shore, to find their way to the etty pleasure boat, retaining it as a prize, and, as we learn from a dispatch from Commodore Robinson, put him and his servant on shore, to find their way to the city as they may.--This they will probably do in the course of the day. Certainly a most brilliant adventure, this, of the brave blockaders!--New Orleans Picayuns.