Definition of Recaptor. Meaning of Recaptor. Synonyms of Recaptor

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Definition of Recaptor

Recaptor
Recaptor Re*cap"tor, n. One who recaptures; one who takes a prize which had been previously taken.

Meaning of Recaptor from wikipedia

- Register gives her owners name as Anderson, not King. By one account, the recaptor was Pilgrim, of 279 tons (bm), Edward Mentor, master. Pilgrim had a letter...
- to be paid to the recaptor, for ships reclaimed from the French. However, in 1799, Congress enacted another law allowing the recaptors of a private vessel...
- Bartons of Liverpool sailing at that time and it is not clear whether the recaptor was Barton or Barton. The cargo of the Sir Sidney Smith were the subject...
- had arrived at Liverpool. The capture had been off Cape Clear, and her recaptor was a Liverpool letter of marque. Rachel, Power, master, was at Nevis when...
- sailing to the West Indies, but apparently with a new master. Quaker's recaptors were HMS Daedalus and Hornet, and she was one of six ships that they captured...
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