Battle of Palermo

2nd June 1676
Part of : Franco-Dutch War (1672 - 1678)
Previous action : Battle of Agosta 22.4.1676
Next action : Seige of Taormine 16.10.1676

 

Allied (Spain & Dutch Republic) - Jan den Haen (d.1676)

 
First Dutch Mediterrranean Squadron, Jan den Haen (d.1676)
Ship NameCommanderNotes
Gouda (72)  Fleet Flagship
Spiegel (70) Gilles Schey (1644-1703)
Provincie van Utrecht (60) Jan de Jonge
Oosterwijk (68) Jacob Teding van Berkhout (d.1676)
Gouden Leeuwen (50) Willem van Stirum (Graaf van Stirum)
Wakende Boei (48) Cornelis Tijloos
Vrijheid (50) Adam van Brederode Exploded
Harderwijk (46) Matheeus Megang
Kraanvogel (46) Jacob Willemszoon Broeder (d.1692)
Stad en Lande (42)   Captain had died on 28th May 1676.
Edam (36) Cornelis van der Zaen
Groenwijf (36) Juriaan Baak
Leiden (36) Jan van Abkoude Exploded
Zuiderhuis (42) Pieter Jacobszoon de Sitter (d.1676)
Damiaten (32) Isaac van Uitterwijk
Tonijn (8) Hendrik van der Merck (d.1677)
Sint Salvador (6) Jan Janszoon Bout
 
Second Dutch Mediterrranean Squadron, Gerrit Callenburgh (1642-1722)
Ship NameCommanderNotes
Eendracht (76) Gerrit Callenburgh (1642-1722)Squadron Flagship
 
Third Dutch Mediterrranean Squadron, Pieter van Middelandt (d.1676)
Ship NameCommanderNotes
Steenbergen (70) Pieter van Middelandt (d.1676)Squadron Flagship Sunk
 
Spanish Squadron, Diego de Ibarra (d.1676)
Ship NameCommanderNotes
Nuestra Señora del Pilar (64)  †Fleet Flagship Burnt
Santa Ana (54)  Squadron Flagship Burnt
Santiago (80)  
San Joaquin (80)  
San Bernardo (20)  
San Antonio de Napoles (16)   Burnt
San Carlos (44)   Burnt
San Felipe (40)   Burnt
San Salvador (40)   Burnt Admiral Ship of Flandres
 

Royaume de France - Louis Victor de Rochechouart de Mortemart (Duc de Mortemart et de Vivonne) (1636-1688)

 
Vanguard Division, Abraham II Duquesne (1610-1688)
Ship NameCommanderNotes
Fortuné (52) Charles-François Davy (Marquis d'Amfreville) (1628-1692)
Aimable (56) La Barre
Saint Esprit (80)  Squadron Flagship
Grand (66) Jérome-Augustin du Vernay de Beaulieu (1630-1703)
Joli (44) Jean Erard (Seigneur de Belle-Isle) (1640-1704)
Éclatant (64) Allain Emmanuel de Coëtlogon (Marquis de Coëtlogon) (1646-1730)
Mignon (44) Ferdinand de Relingues (Comte de Relingue) (1630-1704)
Aquilon (52) Jacques Kadot (Comte de Sébeville) (1647-1707)
Vaillant (52) Jean-Baptiste d'Augustine de Septèmes (Chevalier de Septèmes) (1640-1697)
Le Parfait (64) Melchior de Thomas de Châteauneuf (Seigneur de Châteauneuf) (1632-1698)
Le Dangereux (20) Amatheur du Rivau-Huet (1647-1701)
 
Main Body, Anne Hilarion de Costentin (Chevalier de Tourville) (1642-1701)
Ship NameCommanderNotes
Le Sceptre (80) Anne Hilarion de Costentin (Chevalier de Tourville) (1642-1701)Fleet Flagship
Pompeux (72) Jean-Baptiste Valbelle (Chevalier de Valbelle) (1627-1681)
Le Saint Michel (64) Raymond-Louis Preuilly d'Humières (Marquis de Preuilly d'Humières) (1623-1688)
L'Agréable (62) Phillippe Le Valois (Marquis de Villette-Mursay) (1632-1707)
Téméraire (52) Henri Cauchon de L'Héry (Chevalier de L'Héry) (d.1684)
La Sirène (46) François-Annibal de Béthune (Chevalier de Bèthune) (1642-1732)
Assuré (56) Phillippe Le Valois (Marquis de Villette-Mursay) (1632-1707)
Brusque (40) de La Motte (Chevalier de La Motte) (1640-1684)
Sage (52) Joseph Andrault (2nd Comte de Langeron) (1649-1711)
Fier (60) Michel Chabert (1648-1711)
L'Orage (24)  
 
Rearguard, Jean Gabaret (Seigneur d'Angoulins) (1631-1697)
Ship NameCommanderNotes
Lis (76) Étienne Gentet de Ménine (1640-?)Squadron Flagship
L'Heureux (52) Michel de Ligny (Chevalier de La Bretesche) (1640-1690)
L'Apollon (52) Louis Forbin
Trident (36) Jacques-Auguste Maynard (Sieur de Bellefontaine de la Malmaison) (1646-1720)
Sans Pareil (64) Melchior de Thomas de Châteauneuf (Seigneur de Châteauneuf) (1632-1698)
Magnifique (72) Pierre Gravier (1630-1690)
Vermandois (52) La Porte
Prudent (58) Chevalier Jacques Motier (Chevalier de La Fayette) (1620-1680)
Le Fidèle (56) Jacques de Cuers (Seigneur de Cogolin) (1622-1700)
Impudent (4)  
 

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Posted by Brian on Monday 2nd of June 2014 21:58

June 26, 1676 - Felucca's arrived here this day, we have an account of the French fleet having been at Palermo, and of their burning four Spanish and three Dutch man of war, and two Gallies, it is reported as if the French had lost a man of war in that action, but upon enquiry, it proves without any ground; but that which adds to this ill news, is, that the same day a plot was discovered at Palermo, for the driving out the Spaniards in which some eminent persons were concerned, who, with others, are said; about 14 persons who were suspected to have a part in it, were killed by the people and soldiers in the street.

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