|U. S. Ship of War Delaware capturing the French Privateer
La Croyable off Egg Harbor, New Jersey, 7 July 1798|
From decoration on a punch bowl made to order for Captain Stephen Decatur (senior). Photographed by courtesy of Mr. Stephen Decatur. The punch bowl also carries an accurate reproduction of the St. Memin miniature of Captain Decatur as well as a handsome monograph of his initials. [Most sources rate the Croyable as a schooner.]
From Raynal's Atlas, published about 1783.
From original painting by E. F. Andrews, in Navy Department, Washington.
From an engraving in the Navy Department by Edwin, after the painting by Gilbert Stuart.
Engraving by T. Clarke, Philadelphia. From the American Universal Magazine, 24th July 1797. Reproduced by courtesy of the New York Historical Society.
From Massachusetts Historical Society, Pickering Papers.
From photograph at the Navy Yard, Boston, believed to have been taken from an old portrait in the former museum at that place.
From original in the collection of Mr. Charles H. Taylor.
From engraving by R. W. Dodson, after a drawing by J. B. Longacre, from a portrait by J. Wood, in Peale's Museum, New York, by courtesy of Mr. Edward C. Dale, a descendant of Captain Dale.
From the St. Memin miniature as reproduced on the Decatur punch bowl. Photographed by courtesy of Mr. Stephen Decatur.
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Publication information: Book title: Naval Documents Related to the Quasi-War between the United States and France. Contributors: United States - OrganizationName. Publisher: U.S. Government Printing Office. Place of publication: Washington, DC. Publication year: 1935. Page number: ix.
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