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the Duc d'Aquitaine, French East-India ship, of 1,500 tons, mounting 50 long 18-pounders, with a crew of 463 men, was captured, after an hour's action, by the Eagle and Medway, 60 gun ships, Captains Hugh Palliser and Charles Proby. The Eagle had 10 men killed, and the Medway 10 wounded, before they compelled the French ship to strike.
This ship was pierced for 64 guns, and was purchased into the royal navy.
|Name : Eagle (60)||Hugh Palliser (1721/22-1796)|
|Name : Medway (60)||Charles Proby (d.1799)|
Royaume de France (Compagnie des Indes)
|Name : Le Duc d'Aquitaine (64)||Captured|