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|Nationality||Royaume de France|
|Home Port||St Malo - Brittany||ref:692|
Took 4 prizes under Captain de la Motte Ruaultref:692
Part wage of the Admiral of France : 3606 Livres + 23727 Livres Tournois for the cruise of Captain de la Motte Ruaultref:692
Took 10 prizes under Captain Aviceref:692
Admiralty Office, January 31 , 1746
On the 25th Instant, his Majesty's Ship the Grand Turk, commanded by Captain Kerly cruizing between the Lizard and Scilly , fell in with the Tavignon, a privateer of St Malo of 24 guns, and 120 men, and began to engage her about One o'Clock ; the Privateer, after two or three broadsides, was for making off but her rigging and sails being much shattered, and finding he could not get away she struck about Four, and is brought into Plymouth . The privateer had one man killed, and several wounded and the Grand Turk had not a man hurt.
The London Gazette : 25/01/1746
British Warships in the Age of Sail 1714 - 1792 : 05/02/1747
Salein : 02/1748