I think that had they put a slow match in the magazine of the other brigantine it would have exploded before this.
After luffing to pick him up, the brigantine had been again pulled off on the port tack.
At daylight on the 30th May 1840, the Dolphin being under easy sail off Whydah, a brigantine was observed on the lee-bow.
He must have been ashore when I was on board the brigantine; he certainly wasn't in the cabin.
The Indians likewise promised to man all their canoes and accompany the brigantine to where the vessel lay moored.
Each brig, brigantine, or schooner, carried three or four apprentices.
Vasseur's ship, the Breton, still remained in the river, and they had also the Spanish brigantine brought by the mutineers.
See Hermaphrodite and brigantine, by which, term she is at present classed in law.
The brigantine was headed for her, and the two vessels rapidly approached each other.
Meanwhile the pirate craft was dashing toward the brigantine.
"small two-masted ship," 1520s, from Middle French brigandin (15c.), from Italian brigantino, perhaps "skirmishing vessel, pirate ship," from brigante "skirmisher, pirate, brigand" from brigare "fight" (see brigade).