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He therefore judged it necessary to build a brigantine, a radeau, and a sloop of 16 guns.
The crew of the prize came up and manned their guns, and between us we engaged the brigantine and carried her by boarding.
Later on engaged a pirate brigantine, the Agile, of ten guns, which had just captured a Spanish merchantman.
The remnant was crowded into a single small, unseaworthy brigantine under the command of Francisco Pizarro.
But it grew steadily larger, and when about three miles on our port bow I saw that the ship was a brigantine.
RICHARD CARVEL, COMPLETEWINSTON CHURCHILL
He would have no more navy regulations on a merchant brigantine, he promised them, nor banyan days, for the matter o' that.
RICHARD CARVEL, COMPLETEWINSTON CHURCHILL
Solway, and the brigantine sliding smoothly along in the lee of the Galloway Rhinns.
RICHARD CARVEL, COMPLETEWINSTON CHURCHILL
The sun broke forth, and the rakish-looking brigantine appeared to have carried on all sail during the squall.
She's a brigantine, and there are sprits'ls on both masts, and only one square sail on the foremast.
SOMEHOW GOODWILLIAM DE MORGAN
At the attack of Onore, he sailed in a brigantine sitting in a chair, having a famous musician beside him playing on the harp.

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