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CHARLES GREENE, Esq.
[Commander.]

Is a son of the Rev. Dr. Greene. He passed his examination in Sept. 1809; obtained the rank of lieutenant on the 4th May, 1810; and was subsequently appointed third of the Laurel frigate. Captain Samuel Campbell Rowley; in which ship he had the misfortune to be wrecked on the Govivas, a small sunken rock, in the Teigneuse passage, near Quiberon, Jan. 31st, 1812[1]. Shortly after his return from French prison, he was advanced to the rank of commander, by commission dated July 23d, 1814.