Nominal GunsUnknown
NationalityRoyaume de France
OperatorPrivate Owners
Ship TypeUnknown

Service History

DateEvent Source
1761/04/14Taken by Bideford  


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Posted by Robert Boon on Tuesday 7th of February 2017 01:21

Admiralty Office, April 21.

His Majesty's Ship the Bideford, Commanded by Captain William Howe, has brought into the Downes the Augustine French Cutter Privateer, commanded by M. Bart, of 8 Carriage and 6 Swivel-Guns, with 61 Men, belonging to Dunkirk, which Captain Howe took the 14th Instant, nine Leagues E. N. E. from Yarmouth, when she had been two
Days from Dunkirk, and had not taken any Thing.

London Gazette Publication date:18 April 1761 Issue:10097 Page:1

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