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and a little to the south of Cape Henlopen. Upon coming up with that Cape, the Marquis was chased by a large British frigate, but escaped, and made her way to Rhode Island without accident. Here she was completely armed and fitted with twenty-four guns, and one hundred and forty men, with which she proceeded on a cruise to Charldred and fifty thousand dollars; and on the same day, captured two other vessels of no great value, burned one, and, with the brig and the other, proceeded for Rhode Island. The trip was not made without difficulty; for on the way she was chased by the British ships blonde and Carysfort, but succeeded including them both, and arrse but the sailing qualities of the ship had been impaired by changing her spare, and he made sundry narrow escapes from the enemy, when she was taken back to Rhode Island, and Captain Meredith left her. The old Virginia foremast was again taken in, and the mainmast replaced, when the ship sailed as before. The Marquis subse