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Raphael Semmes, Memoirs of Service Afloat During the War Between the States 26 0 Browse Search
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release. This latter gentleman, whose name was Hay, resided at Tangier, where the Court of Moroccoto the Morocco Government direct, and also to Mr. Hay. I give so much of this correspondence belowy and humanely interest himself, and write to Mr. Hay, but his letter produced no effect. In reply to my own note to Mr. Hay, that gentleman wrote me as follows:— You must be aware, that her Maf your letter. In reply to this letter of Mr. Hay, I addressed him the following:— Conf never received any reply to this letter from Mr. Hay. The fact that the prisoners were permitted ur course; for it must be borne in mind, that Mr. Hay was a great favorite with the Government to wrs resident in Tangier behaved no better than Mr. Hay. A serious commotion among the Christian res the interference of these consuls, headed by Mr. Hay. They advised their respective countrymen toA word of advice given, unofficially even, by Mr. Hay, or some one of the consuls present, would ha[2 more...]<
d for Shanghai. Whilst we had been pursuing the Union Jack, another suspicious sail hove in sight, and as soon as we could throw a prize-crew on board of the former, we started off in pursuit of the latter. This second sail proved also to be a prize, being the Sea Lark, of New York, bound for San Francisco. Here were two prizes, in as many hours. There was no attempt to cover the cargo of the Sea Lark, and the only attempt that was made in the case of the Union Jack, was made by one Allen Hay, who was anxious to save five cases of crackers, and ten barrels of butter from capture. In this case, a Mr. Thomas W. Lillie, made oath before the British Consul in New York, that the said articles were shipped for and on account of subjects of her Britannic Majesty. The reader has seen me burn several other ships, with similar certificates, the reasons for which burnings were assigned at the time. I will not stop, therefore, to discuss this. In due time both ships were consigned to t