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|Nationality||Royaume de France|
|Operator||Compagnie des Indes|
Dutch Other Vessels east indiaman 'Oplettendheid' (1745) 1745-1746
Dutch Other East Indiaman
|Shipyard||Lorient - Brittany||ref:1734|
|Ship Type||East Indiaman||NNF-1715|
Admiralty-Office, March 3.(1747)
Captain Edgecumbe, of his Majesty's Ship the Salisbury, has taken and carried into Plymouth, a French East India Ship of 700 Tons, called the Jason, which he fell in with the 30th of January last, in the Latitude of 47 D. 47 M. N° -106 Leagues to the Westward of Scilly. She mounted 30 Guns, and had 180 men on board, and was bound from Lorient to Pondicherry, laded chiefly with stores and ammunition and 8 cases of silver .