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a 19th-century Qing Chinese pirate who commanded a fleet of more than 50 junks in the South China Sea. He was one of the two most notorious South China Sea pirates of the era, along with Shap Ng-tsai. In September 1849, his fleet, which was based in Bias Bay east of Hong Kong, was destroyed by British warships. More than 400 pirates were killed and Chui was seriously wounded.
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Chui A-poounknown1840
 
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Kazimierz Lux17801795
 
18461846
 an officer of the Polish Legions and a pirate in the Caribbean Sea during the early 19th century....
Sam Hall Lord17781800
 
18491844, Nov 5
 one of the most famous buccaneers on the island of Barbados. Sam Lord as he was usually known, am...
Captain Tuanku Abbasunknown1840
 
1849unknown
 a Malayan pirate active in the 1840s and the brother of a rajah of Aceh. He was well known for sp...
Eli Boggs18101830
 
18571857
 an American pirate, one of the last active ocean-going pirates operating off the coast of China d...
Shap Ng-tsaiunknown1845
 
1859unknown
 a Chinese pirate active in the South China Sea from about 1845 to 1859. He was one of the two mos...
Bill Johnston1782, Feb 11810
 
18601870, Feb 17
 a Thousand Islands smuggler, river pirate, and War of 1812 American privateer. His most famous un...
Juan Gomez17811790
 
18891900, Jul 13
 Brother-in-law of the famous pirate Gasparilla. Died, credited with the great age of 120 years, a...
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