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King's American Rangers

By Capt. Henry MOWATT of His Majesty’s Ship the Albany and Senior Officer in Penobscot Bay.

You are hereby impowered and directed to take by Force of Arms, all Vessels and Craft that may fall in your power, belonging to the Subjects of the Kings of France and Spain, as also those belonging to the Rebells of America, and you are to order all Captains to this Port or to some other place in Nova Scotia.

Given on board the Albany in the River of Bagaduce 17th May 1780.


To Capt. James Ryder MOWATT of the Kings Rangers

Baxter, James Phinney, Editor. Documentary History of the State of Maine, Volume XVIII. Collections of the Maine Historical Society. Published for the Society. Portland, 1914, pp. 96–98.

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