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mander treated Captain Barnard with much civility. The lugger boarded the Medford and informed she had prevented the same privateer from capturing the New Galen, but was not able to capture her, the Frenchman outsailing him. Columbian Centinel. Other Medford-built ships reported at Mediterranean ports in 1810 are the Commerce Columbian Centinel. at Cadiz. The Ariadne Columbian Centinel. at Cadiz. The Commerce April 27, 1810, sailed from Palermo for Tarragona. The Mt., Aetna at Fayal. The brig Mt. Aetna, one hundred and eighty-eight tons, was the first vessel built in Medford at the yard of Thatcher Magoun. The ship Ariadne, three hundred and eighty-two tons, was built in 1809 by Calvin Turner for Nathaniel Goddard of Boston. The ship Commerce, three hundred and seventy-eight tons was built in 1807, by Calvin Turner for John Holland of Boston. The Pedlar, Williams, hence (Boston) arrived at Cherbourg in forty-two days. She is also reported at Rio Janeiro as foll