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Chapter 34: The Yankee colony in the island of Flores what the captains of the Virginia and Elisha Dunbar said of the Alabama, when they got back to the land of the Saints the whaling season at the Azores at an end the Alabama change
We were now in a comparatively unfrequented part of the ocean, and had not seen a sail since the capture of the Elisha Dunbar. During the prevalence of this bad weather, our prisoners necessarily suffered some inconvenience, and were obliged t ld sail over us, and a few planks to lie upon.
The steamer was cruising to the west, and the next day, they took the Elisha Dunbar, her crew receiving the same treatment as ourselves.
The steamer's guns being kept run out, the side ports could not one of my officers in irons, and I had followed the rule of the good book.
Now let us hear from Captain Gifford, of the Dunbar. This witness says:—
On the morning of the 18th of September, in latitude 39° 50′, longitude 35° 20′, with the wind