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Correspondence, between the late Commodore Stephen Decatur and Commodore James Barron

by James Barron

The friends of the late Commodore DECATUR, have learned, with very greatregret, that misconceptions injurious to him prevail, and are extending,relative to the difference between him and Commodore BARRON. To placethe subject in its true light, they have thought it necessary to submitto the public, without comment, the whole correspondence which precededthe meeting.

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