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  • n. Obsolete spelling of cargo.

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Examples

  • June 23, 2008 at 9:27 am we can put himz in cargoe bai 5 an open teh door…

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  • Have resolved to sail upon the morning tide and commence our historick voyage to His Majesty's slave plantations in Guyana with our cargoe of nutritious high-fiber Bread-fruit.

    Scrutiny On the Bounty: Captain Bligh's Secret Logbook

  • And when at last the sun comes up and the cargoe safely stored

    The Smuggler

  • Allison and Sundry of his men Dined with us on board said Shipp in a friendly manner, as they were wont to doe, and Some time after Dinner desired the said Commander Tay, with Mr. Edward Tyng the Sup [er] cargoe and

    Privateering and Piracy in the Colonial Period Illustrative Documents

  • Swan_, who was engaged with him in the conspiracy to murder Captain _Ferneau_, and seize the ship and cargoe, as they went off the _Texel_, but they were prevented by _James

    Pirates

  • Meeting with one or two _English Vessels_ in his way, he robb'd them only of provisions for his present occasion; but meeting with a _French_ Ship laden with sugar and cocoa, he brought her home with her cargoe to _North Carolina_, where the Governor and the Pirates shared the plunder.

    Pirates

  • In short, he took the cargoe and sold it some time after, yet still he seem'd to have some fears upon him least these proceedings should have

    Pirates

  • Man, to who they gave half the ship and cargoe and _Somerville_ had all his Men, but _Alexander Rob_, whom they detained, and who was executed in 1725, for engaging along with them.

    Pirates

  • _Joel Davis_ Master, bound from _Newfoundland_ to _Oporto_, with fish; from whence they took all her provisions, arms, sails, and two of her men, and then let her go with the rest, and all her cargoe.

    Pirates

  • The nete proceds of what I maid of ship and cargoe, that I bovght a small vessell with and some cargoe, designeing for S '

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