"opened in Bermuda" and numbered on face "1/23 4", the letter subsequently released and carried by warship directly to England or to Halifax and then by packet and eventually forwarded to Holland under a flag of truce. A remarkable Napoleonic Wars censored cover. Photo" /> cover 1804 (Jan.) entire from Curacao to Amsterdam, per the American Schooner <I>Sukey</I> bound for Philadelphia, captured on 21 January by H.M. Sloop "Driver" which arrived in Bermuda on 23 January, censored by the Vice-Admiralty Court, marked on reverse<I> "opened in Bermuda"</I> and numbered on face "1/23 4", the letter subsequently released and carried by warship directly to England or to Halifax and then by packet and eventually forwarded to Holland under a flag of truce. A remarkable Napoleonic Wars censored cover. Photo | Christie's