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2 Half a page of ships captured by Rebel privateers.
3 All nations engaged in privateering from the earliest times until the 19th century.
4 The privateering ship was shipwrecked in the storm.
5 Smuggling, privateering, and legal trade with overseas partners only partially offset the drastic trade reductions with Britain.
6 He had a privateering commission to attack a French trading post in the town of Goree off the coast of Africa.
7 European powers agree to end privateering.
8 In the18th and19th centuries its port was a base for slave trading, privateering, whaling, and shipbuilding. Population, 21,(www.Sentencedict.com) 625.
9 Mr Clare also stepped out of line, and began privateering about for the weed.
10 Morgan was unaware that England and Spain signed a peace treaty which ended the privateering of the ships from both countries.
11 Limiting privateers to the activities laid down in their commissions was difficult, and the line Between privateering and piracy was often Blurred.
12 He became a pirate after he ran away from home and joined the crew on a privateering ship.
13 Letters of Marque: Take letters from a warning friendly power authorizing privateering.
14 In 1856, by the Declaration of Paris, Britain and other major European countries (except Spain) declared privateering illegal.
15 In the 8th and 9th centuries its port was a base for slave trading, privateering, whaling, and shipbuilding. Population, 2, '25.
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