Commodore John Barry: "the Father of the American Navy" : the Record of His Services for Our Country

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The Author, 1903 - 424 pages

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Contents

CHAPTER IV
41
CHAPTER V
47
CHAPTER VI
58
275
64
CHAPTER VIII
88
CHAPTER X
106
CHAPTER XI
116
CHAPTER XII
124
CHAPTER XIII
130
Х Table of Contents
143
CHAPTER XV
162
Rev N J Horan Calais
164
Capt John S Barnes N
165
Rev Jas A Haggarty Port Leyden N
166
Donegan New Castle
167
E Byrne Davenport Iowa
168
Rev M OD Barry Helena
169
John W Hogan Providence
170
John W Hogan Providence
171
P H Quinn Providence R I
174
John J Coyle Philadelphia
175
Capt R S Hayes New York
176
Capt John S Barnes N
179
B Hayes Kansas City
181
R F Cullinan Philadelphia
182
Owen Kelly Philadelphia
183
T Donovan Lynn Mass
184
Hon J M Campbell Phila
185
Rev J M Langan Escanaba Mich
186
Chas J Bigley Philadelphia
187
Jas N Cox Calumet Mich
188
Rev W H J Reany U S
189
F Bremner Chicago
190
Capt John Barry Wilmington
191
N C
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James Rielly Memphis Tenn
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Mary Anglin Philadelphia
194
John M Doyle Philadelphia
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J Murphy Newburg N
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W J Fitzmaurice Phila
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William Earley Philadelphia
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Rev A T Connelly Roxbury
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Rev Chas Kemper Dayton
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Rev R L Burtsell Rondout N
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Rev Martin I J Griffin Minneapolis Minn
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John F Cunneen Chicago
203
J P OConnor Chicago
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William Daly Brooklyn
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Rev P F McAlenny Hart ford Conn
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Warren A Cartier Santa
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Frank J Lanahan Pittsburg
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Crimmens Staunton
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Jas T ONiell Brooklyn
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Jas Rooney Brooklyn N
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F C Travers New York
212
Hon ONeill Ryan St Louis
213
Rt Rev Phil J Garrigan Sioux City Iowa
214
R E Morrison Prescott Ariz
215
Jas T Flaherty Philadelphia
216
J E Kelly New York
217
Ūr P E McCahey Pbila
218
P J Brankin Philadelphia
219
J H Lynch Brooklyn N
220
Geo W Gibbons Phila
221
Daniel Donovan Lynn Mass
222
Geo E Littlefield Boston
223
Dr Geo McAleer Worcester
224
Thomas E Mullin Phoenix ville
225
P S P Conner Rowlands ville Md
226
J J Greeves Cleveland
227
P Murphy Philadelphia
228
J OBrien Owatoma Minn
229
A M Coneen Philadelphia
230
W Horace Hepburn Phila
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John F MAlevy Pawtucket
232
J Washington Logue Phila
233
Maloney Waterbury Conn
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Dr J J Mangan Lynn Mass
235
N Barry Muscatine Iowa
236
N Barry Jr Muscatine Iowa
237
P J Barry
238
John Barry
241
Wm Barry
242
J Lynch Bangor
243
John J Wall Philadelphia
244
John A Beggs Philadelphia
245
Hon Victor J Dowling N
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Jas Geoghegan Salt Lake City Utah
247
P C B ODonovan Phila
248
Rev A J Zeller Philadelphia
249
Dr W L J Griffin Phila
258
P J Kennedy Minneapolis
259
Jas F Kavanagh New York
260
Capt R Somers Hayes N
261
Daniel Wade Philadelphia
264
R W McCallion Philadelphia
265
Most Rev John Ireland
266
St Paul Seminary St Paul Minnesota
267
Rev M OD Barry Ana conda Mont
268
Frank Hurley Anaconda
269
P F Anson Muscatine Iowa
270
Free Library Butte City Montana
271
Jas P Bree N Haven Conn
272
J Kearney Jr Phila
273
Rev P E McCarthy Omaha Neb E J McOscar Fort
274
John A Coyle Lancaster
276
John W Flaherty Brooklyn
277
And Fleckenstein New Castle
278
J B Cavanagh Manchester N
279
Rev Jos H ONeill Phila
280
Alexander Sullivan Chicago
281
T J ODonnell Boston Mass
282
J Ward Amberg Chicago
283
Catholic Club New York
284
J Bannon W Superior
285
J C Reardon Coketon W
286
Rev J J Ward Philadelphia
287
James J Murphy Phila
289
CHAPTER XXIV
290
Dr Jos Walsh Philadelphia
290
Rev P I Ulrich Fonddu Lac
291
Rev M J Lavalle New York
292
Most Rev J J Williams Boston
293
Rev J Buckley Delavan
294
J OLeary Savannah
295
Rev J F Sheahan Pocantico Hills N
296
Public Library Spokane
297
Rev J A Faulkner Madison N
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Rev J A Kautt Annapolis Md
300
Rev D L Murray Blooming Prairie Minn
301
E M R Griffin Phila
302
Rev E W J Lindesmith Rootstown
303
Rev B T Gallagher Phila
304
Rev Wm Walsh Phila
305
John Lilly Memphis Tenn Rev J McGoldrick
306
John King Philadelphia
308
Most Rev P J Ryan Phila
309
Rev Wm D Hickey Day ton
310
John W Barry Philadelphia
311
Rev Peter Engel Collegeville Minn
312
Rev Wm Kieran Phila
313
Rev Wm T Russell Balti more Md
314
Public Library Duluth Minn
315
Burrows Brothers Co Cleve land
316
Rev C Gillespie S J Phila
317
H C McNair St Paul Minn
318
Woodward Lothrop Wash ington DC
319
John Lavelle Cleveland
320
The Frigate United States
320
J C Campbell Cleveland
321
Robert Clarke Cleveland
322
James Cleary Cleveland
323
Thomas Britton Cleveland
324
J Yorke Salem N
325
Public Library St Louis
326
Rev M A Lambing Scott dale
327
Philip C Walsh Newark N
328
Rt Rev D M Bradley Man chester N
332
хії Table of Contents
334
A L Morrison Sante Fe N M
335
P McCabe Carbondale
336
J OCallaghan Phila
337
Bishops Memorial Hall Notre Dame
339
Bishops Memorial Hall Notre Dame
340
Capt John S Barnes N
341
F Wilhere Philadelphia
344
Thomas Reilly Philadelphia
345
Baker Taylor New York
346
Hugh McCaffrey Phila
347
Jos M Smith Philadelphia 349 Rev C J McElroy Derby Conn
349
CHAPTER XXIX
356
CHAPTER XXX
368
CHAPTER XXXI
375
CHAPTER XXXII
390
CHAPTER XXXIII
405
Tomb of Commodore Barry
410
CHAPTER XXXIV
411
The Epitaph Written by Dr Rush 417
Statue of Commodore Barry in Fairmount Park 419
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Page 303 - To secure respect to a neutral flag, requires a naval force, organized and ready to vindicate it from insult or aggression. This may even prevent the necessity of going to war...
Page 52 - The soldier flew, the sailor too, And scared almost to death, sir, Wore out their shoes to spread the news, And ran till out of breath, sir. Now up and down, throughout the town, Most frantic scenes were acted ; And some ran here and others there, Like men almost distracted. Some fire...
Page 53 - The royal band now ready stand, All ranged in dread array, sir, With stomach stout to see it out, And make a bloody day, sir. The cannons roar from shore to shore, The small arms make a rattle ; Since wars began I'm sure no man E'er saw so strange a battle. The rebel dales, the rebel vales, With rebel trees surrounded ; The distant woods, the hills and floods, With rebel echoes sounded.
Page 318 - ... that he had never repented but once the having slipped the moment of resigning his office, and that was every moment since, that by god he had rather be in his grave than in his present situation. That he had rather be on his farm than to be made emperor of the world and yet that they were charging him with wanting to be a king.
Page 404 - ... during the term of her natural life : and from and after her decease, I give, devise, and bequeath the same...
Page 305 - ... the honor and interest of the government and its constituents demand ; if a resolution to do justice, as far as may depend upon me, at all times and to all nations, and maintain peace, friendship, and benevolence with all the world ; if an unshaken confidence in the honor, spirit, and resources of the American people...
Page 337 - ... found hovering on the coasts of the United States, for the purpose of committing depredations on the vessels belonging to citizens thereof ; — and also to retake any ship or vessel, of any citizen or citizens of the United States which may have been captured by any such armed vessel.
Page 52 - Twas early day, as poets say, Just when the sun was rising, A soldier stood on a log of wood, And saw a thing surprising. As in amaze he stood to gaze, The truth can't be denied, sir, He spied a score of kegs or more Come floating down the tide, sir. A sailor, too, in jerkin blue, This strange appearance viewing, First damn'd his eyes, in great surprise, Then said, " Some mischief's brewing. " These kegs, I'm told, the rebels hold, Pack'd up like pickling herring; And they're come down t' attack...
Page 317 - ... the man who is the source of all the misfortunes of our country, is this day reduced to a level with his fellow-citizens, and is no longer possessed of power to multiply evils upon the United States...
Page 338 - States shall be, and he is hereby, authorized to instruct the commanders of the public armed vessels which are or which shall be employed in the service of the United States to subdue, seize, and take any armed French vessel which shall be found within the jurisdictional limits of the United States...

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