The Lives and Bloody Exploits of the Most Noted Pirates:
(E. Strong, 1836)
The famous pirate La Cata was captured off the Isle of Pines about the 1st of March 1823 by the British cutter Grecian after a smart action The cutter had 50 men the pirate 100 and 8 guns it was believed that about 30 of the crew of the latter were killed bu...
The Pirates' Who's Who:
(P. Gosse, 1924)
A most blood-thirsty pirate and one of the last of the West Indian gangs.

In 1824, when La Cata was cruising off the Isle of Pines, his ship was attacked by an English cutter only half his size. After a furious fight the cutter was victorious, and returned i...
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