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MASSACHUSETTS PRIVATEERS OF THE REVOLUTION1780 Rambler, Schooner.Aug. 9 Commander: William Maley.Petitioners: Thomas Jones and John Stickney, of Newburyport.M. A., 176, 613 (Petition that the Rambler may go to sea notwithstanding the embargo. Granted); BostonGazette, Nov. 13, 1780.
Posted by AvM on Friday 28th of September 2018 16:25
NEWBURYPORT HERALD. (Newburyport, Massachusetts) • 10-07-1806 •ObituaryIn Philadelphia Captain William Maley, formerly of this town, age 52This ino wqas very probably wrongBoston Patriot (Boston, Massachusetts) • 12-17-1814 Died at this port Captain William Maley, formerly of this NewburyportALEM GAZETTE. (Salem, Massachusetts) • 12-23-1814 Died at Boston Captain William Maley, formerly of this Newburyport
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Columbian Centinel. Massachusetts Federalist. (Boston, Massachusetts) • 02-05-1800 LIEUTENANTS TO COMMANDWilliam Maley
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Philadelphia Gazette, page , vol. XIV, iss. 2816 November 9, 1797brig Sophia of the US, capt Williaqm MaleyCapt Maley was a master of Algerian schooner Lola Elsha. on her passage from Philadelphia to Algier in 1799