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  • ...Rear-Admiral Commanding the [[Fourth Cruiser Squadron (Royal Navy)|Fourth Cruiser, or Training Squadron]] in succession to Rear-Admiral [[Edward Eden Bradfor ...rce designed for commerce protection, he had the duty of seeing that enemy merchant ships in Atlantic ports were shadowed and that the flow of British trade wa
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  • ...The {{DE-1Emden|f=tp}} had sailed from Tsingtao on 31 July. Another light cruiser, {{DE-Leipzig|f=p}}, was on the west coast of Mexico, protecting German int He also sent two armed merchantmen, ''Prinz Eitel Friedrich'' and ''Cormoran'', south to raid comm
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  • On 14 July, 1916, the Vice-Admiral Commanding the Battle Cruiser Fleet, Vice-Admiral [[David Richard Beatty, First Earl Beatty|Sir David Bea ...rd Battle Cruiser Squadron]] and [[First Cruiser Squadron (Royal Navy)|1st Cruiser Squadron]], passed the whole length of the Battle Line under heavy fire, an
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  • |{{UK-1Scout|f=p}}||torpedo cruiser||30 Jul, 1885||Sold 1904 |{{UK-1Archer|f=p}}||torpedo cruiser||23 Dec, 1885||Sold 1905
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  • |{{US-1Hector|f=p}}||Collier||6 Jun, 1883||Sold 10 Oct, 1899 |{{US-Yosemite|f=p}}||submarine tender||22 Jan, 1894||Mercantile 10 Jun, 1912
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  • ...e]] equipment. Dundas continued to serve in command of the armed merchant cruiser until on 10 May, 1918.<ref>Dundas Service Record. {{TNA|ADM 196/43/420.|D7 ...corting a convoy out of Dakar, {{UK-Motagua}} collided with the American {{US-Manley|f=pt}}. The destroyer's depth charges detonated on her stern, heavi
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  • |{{US-Sylvia|f=p}}||armed yacht||1882||Sold 20 Oct, 1921 |{{UK-1Bayano|f=p}}||armed merchant cruiser||1913||Torpedoed 11 Mar, 1915
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  • |{{US-Celtic|f=p}}||supply ship||1 Nov, 1890||Sold 17 Jan, 1923 |{{UK-Victorian|f=p}}||armed merchant cruiser||25 Aug, 1904||
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  • |{{US-Stranger|f=p}}||armed yacht||1880||Collision 30 Sep, 1915 |{{US-Terror|f=p}}||monitor||24 Mar, 1883||Sold 10 Mar, 1921
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  • ...on Company liners charted by the [[U.S. Navy]] in 1898 as [[Armed Merchant Cruiser]]s. | {{US-Harvard}}
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  • ...on Company liners charted by the [[U.S. Navy]] in 1898 as [[Armed Merchant Cruiser]]s. | {{US-1StLouis}}
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  • ...purchased by the [[U.S. Navy]] in 1898 and converted into [[Armed Merchant Cruiser]]s. After the end of the [[Spanish-American War]] these ships were convert | {{US-Prairie}}
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  • ...two [[Harvard Class Armed Merchant Cruiser (1898)|''Harvard'' Class armed merchant cruisers]] completed for the [[U.S. Navy]]. <div name=fredbot:officeCapt otitle="Captain of U.S.S. ''Harvard''" nat="US">
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  • ...two [[Harvard Class Armed Merchant Cruiser (1898)|''Harvard'' Class armed merchant cruisers]] charted by the [[U.S. Navy]] during the [[Spanish-American War]] <div name=fredbot:officeCapt otitle="Captain of U.S.S. ''Yale''" nat="US">
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  • ...[[St. Louis Class Armed Merchant Cruiser (1898)|''St. Louis'' Class armed merchant cruisers]] chartered by the [[U.S. Navy]] during the [[Spanish-American War <div name=fredbot:officeCapt otitle="Captain of U.S.S. ''St. Paul''" nat="US">
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  • ...[[St. Louis Class Armed Merchant Cruiser (1898)|''St. Louis'' Class armed merchant cruisers]] chartered by the [[U.S. Navy]] during the [[Spanish-American War <div name=fredbot:officeCapt otitle="Captain of U.S.S. ''St. Louis''" nat="US">
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  • ...ted States Navy]] and converted into an [[Armed Merchant Cruiser|auxiliary cruiser]] during the [[Spanish-American War]]. ...ased by the [[U.S. Navy]] on 19 April, 1898 for conversion to an auxiliary cruiser. During conversion she was renamed ''Panther''.{{SilverstoneNewNavy|p. 32}
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  • |type=auxiliary cruiser |nat=US
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  • |type=armed merchant cruiser ...commercial liner, ''Emil L. Boas'' converted for use as an Armed Merchant Cruiser in the [[Royal Navy]].
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