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He was to cruise the Sound and prevent all communication of "commerce or council" with the enemy then in possession of Long Island

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the command of a Row Galley in Long Island Sound

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in the year Cornwallis was taken I was attached to a Boat commanded by Capt. Abner Ely of Lyme and cruised Long Island Sound to protect the adjoining Coast.

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commanded a whale boat

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after a severe engagement with them of two hours and a half, and finding ourselves unable to take them, we retreated back to New York and were lying there...

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that on the 19th day of June 1776 he enlisted as a mariner on board the Row Galley Crane under Capt Jehiel Tinker, Lieut David Brooks, Ensign Shubael...

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Aaron Wheeler enlisted in the naval service on board a Row Galley called the Crane and went in company with this deponent under Captain ? Tinker

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he enlisted on board a Row Galley called the Crane in the naval service for six months under Captain Jehiel Tinker & David Brooks Lieutenant & Elias...

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on board the Row Galley called the Crane in 1776

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Fort Montgomery was taken - we remained at Fort Constitution until it was blown up by order of Major Dubois

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Fort Montgomery

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In May 1778 he was ordered to prepare for the defence of the Hudson River

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Capt. of a Sloop on the Hudson

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Lake Champlain

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We marched out to the town of Hurley & there saw the spy hung on an apple tree, who swallowed the Bullet

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one Galley called the Lady Washington

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our little fleet lay above the chain to guard it & prevent the British shipping from comming up

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He continued stationed at Fort Constitution, without being engaged in any battle (except some occasional skirmishing & cannonading when British vessels...

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called the "hard winter"

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British ship Rose

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