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BREAM (4) Schooner Built in 1807, Bermuda.
Sold in 1816.

  • 1808 Lieut. G. G. MIALL, Leeward Is.
  • 1811 Lieut. Robert BARKLAY, Leeward Is.
  • 1812 Lieut. TIMPSON. She was chased by HM
    sloop CALIBRI off Cape Sable at the end of July 1812, being mistaken for an American privateer.
    After an action of 20 minutes he captured the 3-gun privateer PYTHAGORAS off Shelburne on the 9 August 1812.
    The American was armed with 3 guns and 2 men were wounded out of her 35 man crew.
  • Lieut. C. D. BROWNE, Halifax.
    In 1812-13 he served in the Bay of Fundy under Capt. Alexander GORDON in RATTLER.
    On 19 May 1813 BREAM assisted in getting off an American privateer, the ALEXANDER of 18 guns, which had been driven ashore off Kennebeck by RATTLER. The privateer was returning to Salem from a ten weeks cruise.Seventy of her crew were taken prisoner, the rest escaping ashore.
  • 1813 Lieut. Charles HARE, Halifax.
    He was cruising off Cape Forchu on the night of the 9 June when fell in with the American privateer sloop WASP of Salem and chased her for over seven hours before capturing her after an exchange of fire. She mounted two 6-pounder carriage guns and carried 33 men.
    On the 14 July he took the schooner TRITON bound for Kennebeck from St. Thomas's and on the 19th. the schooner JEFFERSON from Boston.
  • 1814 Lieut. BROWNE, Halifax Station.

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