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EDWARD JOHN JOHNSON, Esq.
[Commander.]

Was slightly wounded when serving as volunteer, first class, on board the Nassau 64, Captain Robert Campbell, in action with the Danish 74-gun ship Prince Christian Frederick, near the island of Zealand, Mar. 22d, 1808[1]. He passed his examination, at Portsmouth, in June, 1813; obtained his first commission on the 28th Feb. 1815; and was promoted to the rank of commander. Mar. 4th, 1829.