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Nevertheless-and here I expect the reader to doubt, even as I did when first I heard it, no matter how desperate their straits-these gormandisers of unmentionable filth, these starvelings, in their dire extremity will turn away in disgust from duck or any other web-footed water-fowl. Billy Loutit had shot a Pelican; the skin was carefully preserved and the body guarded for the dogs, thinking that this big thing, weighing 6 or 7 pounds, would furnish a feast for one or two.
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The fact remains, nevertheless-and it is a brilliant page of history to recall-that in an inchoate nation without a navy, with blockading squadrons sealing most of its ports, with ragged armies on land which retreated oftener than they fought, private armed ships dealt the maritime prestige of Great Britain a far deadlier blow than the Dutch, French, and Spanish were able to inflict.
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Nevertheless-and my heart aches as I recall those times-we had periodical fits of despondency, which filled us with acute and intolerable agony.
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Examples of Nevertheless-and

Example #1
Billy Loutit had shot a Pelican; the skin was carefully preserved and the body guarded for the dogs, thinking that this big thing, weighing 6 or 7 pounds, would furnish a feast for one or two.
Example #2
The dogs knew me, and rushed like a pack of Wolves at sight of coming food.
Example #3
In England, there resulted actual distress, even lack of food, because these intrepid seamen could not be driven away from her own coasts and continued to snatch their prizes from under the guns of British forts and fleets.
Example #4
As prizes these vessels were sold at Liverpool and London for an average amount of two thousand pounds each and the loss to the American owners was, of course, ever so much larger.
Example #5
These periods came with curious regularity almost once a week.
Example #6
From all this you would gather that we were as happy as civilised beings could possibly be under the circumstances.