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Before Bellamont sailed for America, William spoke strongly to him about the freebooting which was the disgrace of the colonies.
Though a rollicking, joking man himself, his followers are a reckless, freebooting set.
STANLEY'S ADVENTURES IN THE WILDS OF AFRICAJOEL TYLER HEADLEY AND WILLIAM FLETCHER JOHNSON
But to Lady Jane, the freebooting owner of Arwenack, punishment was ultimately meted out.
A bold, freebooting Amazon she appeared, standing there in the fire-glow, and one to whom hardihood was a birth-right.
THE BLACK PEARLMRS. WILSON WOODROW
The Markovians, a vast pirate community, had voluntarily abandoned freebooting for reasons yet to be discovered.
CUBS OF THE WOLFRAYMOND F. JONES
Breones, a Raetian freebooting tribe living near the Brenner pass, i. 11.
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For three or four years almost nothing was heard of freebooting; but it was a deceitful calm, not a final cessation of the storm.
It was estimated, in 1840, that one hundred thousand men made freebooting their trade.
Many circumstances combined to make this freebooting career popular among the lower classes.
He left England on a freebooting expedition the same year, and returned in 1579.

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