ALS : St. Thomas, to Messrs. John Gould & Company, Boston, 1757 May 3.

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Ellery, William, 1727-1820. ALS : St. Thomas, to Messrs. John Gould & Company, Boston, 1757 May 3.

ALS : St. Thomas, to Messrs. John Gould & Company, Boston, 1757 May 3.

Ellery, commanding the privateer Snow, makes a report to the ship's owners.

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Ellery, William, 1727-1820

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