Commodore Joshua Barney: many interesting facts connected with the life of Commodore Joshua Barney, hero of the United States navy, 1776-1812, also a compilation of genealogical material relating to Commodore Barney's ancestors and descendants, with valuable records for those in search of Barney family connections . COMMODORE JOSHUA BARNEY Engraved by J. Gross from a drawing by W. C. Armstrong after a miniature by Isabey. 1 , 1 Commodore Barneyin New England COMMODORE BARNEY IN NEW ENGLAND Commodore Joshua Barney returned to UnitedStates in 1781, arriving in Beverly in December onship Cicero,

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Commodore Joshua Barney: many interesting facts connected with the life of Commodore Joshua Barney, hero of the United States navy, 1776-1812, also a compilation of genealogical material relating to Commodore Barney's ancestors and descendants, with valuable records for those in search of Barney family connections . COMMODORE JOSHUA BARNEY Engraved by J. Gross from a drawing by W. C. Armstrong after a miniature by Isabey. 1 , 1 Commodore Barneyin New England COMMODORE BARNEY IN NEW ENGLAND Commodore Joshua Barney returned to UnitedStates in 1781, arriving in Beverly in December onship Cicero, Stock Photo
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Commodore Joshua Barney: many interesting facts connected with the life of Commodore Joshua Barney, hero of the United States navy, 1776-1812, also a compilation of genealogical material relating to Commodore Barney's ancestors and descendants, with valuable records for those in search of Barney family connections . COMMODORE JOSHUA BARNEY Engraved by J. Gross from a drawing by W. C. Armstrong after a miniature by Isabey. 1 , 1 Commodore Barneyin New England COMMODORE BARNEY IN NEW ENGLAND Commodore Joshua Barney returned to UnitedStates in 1781, arriving in Beverly in December onship Cicero,
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Commodore Joshua Barney: many interesting facts connected with the life of Commodore Joshua Barney, hero of the United States navy, 1776-1812, also a compilation of genealogical material relating to Commodore Barney's ancestors and descendants, with valuable records for those in search of Barney family connections . COMMODORE JOSHUA BARNEY Engraved by J. Gross from a drawing by W. C. Armstrong after a miniature by Isabey. 1 , 1 Commodore Barneyin New England COMMODORE BARNEY IN NEW ENGLAND Commodore Joshua Barney returned to UnitedStates in 1781, arriving in Beverly in December onship Cicero, direct from Corunna, Spain. Here hereceived an offer from Messrs. Cabot to command theirprivateer, but decUned the offer. From Beverly hewent to Salem, remaining here and visiting Boston inJanuary and February, leaving Boston after weeks ofpleasure spent in New England. On the night of hisarrival at Boston a snow storm commenced which con-tinued for several days and covered the roads to sucha depth as to interrupt all the ordinary modes of travel-ing; he was compelled in consequence to remain inBoston for several weeks. Finally, with a friend, thetrip to Baltimore was undertaken in a sleigh, and onMarch 21, 1782, he arrived in Baltimore, the journeyfrom Princeton, New Jersey, being made in a carriage. 152. Courtesy of William Joshua Barney New York City Order of Cincinnati Original badge presented to Commodore Joshua Barney by King Louis XVI The years from 1798-1802 were spent in Paris byCommodore Barney, in hopes of having his claimspaid for services and money advanced while in theservice of the French navy, but without success. Henow demanded his discharge from the French service,which was at first politely refused by Napoleon, buteventually granted in 1802, and Commodore Barneywas placed on the pension roll with an annuity of fif-teen hundred dollars, which he declined. In 1805 Commodore Barney was offered the super-intendence of the Navy Yard at Washington, butdeclined. Com

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