STEWART, Captain William W.

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Captain William W. Stewart was born in Scotland about 1776. He served with the Royal Navy from 1793 till 1797 and saw active service in the West Indies under Admiral Jervis and General Sir C. Grey. In June 1801 he arrived at Port Jackson, from Calcutta, in the Harrington, which belonged to Messrs Chace and Co. As this ship carried letters of marque, it lends a certain amount of credibility to de Thierry's later assertion that Stewart had been prizemaster of a privateer. When he arrived at Por...


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