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Correspondence, between the late Commodore Stephen Decatur and Commodore James Barron, which led to the unfortunate meeting of the twenty-second of March.

Edited by Buford D. Smith.

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        StatementPrinted by Gales & Seaton
        PublishersPrinted by Gales & Seaton
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        LC Classifications1820
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        Paginationxvi, 134 p. :
        Number of Pages57
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        ISBN 10nodata
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Sickles; Peter Parker, minister to China; James Madison; Dolley Madison; General McClellan; William Windom, secretary of the treasury; Senator Don. 12" was replaced with "No. Decatur's command suffered 35 men killed and 70 wounded, including Decatur himself who was wounded by a large flying splinter.

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I know you too well to believe you would have any inclination to concede them. Before allowing himself to be carried in, he insisted that his wife and nieces be taken upstairs, sparing them the sight of his grave condition. Decatur Avenue inis named in honor of Decatur, as is inDecatur Street in Mineral Point, Decatur Street inWisconsin and Decatur Avenue in Minneapolis, Minnesota. I am, sir, your obedient servant, JAMES BARRON. To place the subject in its true light, they have thought it necessary to submit to the public, without comment, the whole correspondence which preceded the meeting.

The frigate had just been commissioned and was outfitted and supplied for service at sea.

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On October 8, he sailed a second cruise with Rodgers' squadron. Quarterdeck and Bridge: Two Centuries of American Naval Leaders. Marines intending to enter the harbor with Intrepid without suspicion to board and set ablaze the frigate Philadelphia, denying its use to the corsairs.

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