From: DICTIONARY OF AMERICAN NAVAL FIGHTING SHIPS, Vol. II (1963), p. 355.
Boldness, energy, and invention in practical affairs.
(Sch: t. 25; cpl. 60; a. 8 guns)
The second Enterprise, a schooner, was a successful letter-of-marque before she was purchased on 20 December 1776 for the Continental Navy. Commanded by Captain Joseph Campbell, Enterprise operated principally in Chesapeake Bay. She convoyed transports, carried out reconnaissance, and guarded the shores against foraging raids by the British. Only meager records of her service have been found; they indicate that she was apparently returned to the Maryland Council of Safety before the end of February 1777.
Transcribed by David R. Wells