Action of 1684/07/10

10th July 1684

Near Cap Corse

 

Royaume de France (Marine Royale) - Ferdinand de Relingues (Comte de Relingue) (1630-1704)

 
Ship NameCommanderNotes
Le Bon (54) Ferdinand de Relingues (Comte de Relingue) (1630-1704)90 dead or wounded , escape to Livourne
 

Notes on Action


Combatref:801

The escort of a convoy of french fluits the "Bon" against all the galleys of Naples  , Sicile , Sardaigne and some of Gènes numbered to 35 under the Marquis Centurione

The fluis are captured but not the "Bon" who escape to Livourne



Sources


IDDescriptionAuthorType
ref:801Histoire de la marine française, Vol VI from 1684 to 1715Charles de La RoncièreDigital Book

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