Capt. Farrow and his schooner Tomlinson was captured
by Loyalist Capt. Goodrich and ordered to go to New York. Two
privateers from Charlestown came upon Capt. Farrow and recaptured
him, now releasing him from his word of honor to go to New York,
so they all went back to Charlestown.
On the return, the two privateers (Capt. Taylor and Capt.
Samuel Spencer) captured the brig Liberty, commanded by
Capt. Ramsey, bound to New York from St. Augustine with hides
and molasses, and brought her back to Charlestown.