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Le Neptune

Nominal Guns16BWAS-1793
NationalityEmpire Français
OperatorPrivate Owners
Ship TypeUnknownBWAS-1793

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9.10.1813Taken by
Thunder (8) 1803-1814
British 8 Gun
Unrated Bomb Vessel
off Owers


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Posted by AvM on Tuesday 11th of July 2017 15:03

Public Ledger and Daily Advertiser - Wednesday 08 December 1813

On Saturday the llth Inst., at Twelvec,

The huoll of that remarkably handsome French Lugger Privateer LA NEPTUNE, captured by, and condemned prize to, his Majesty’s gun-brig Thunder, Watkin Owen Pell, Esq. This vessel is carvel-built light-water mark, and clinker from thence to the wales length 68 feet, breadth 19 feet 9 inches, depth 8 feet 8 inches, and admeasures about 108 tons; is a good trim craft, sails remarkably fast, and is particularly well adapted for the Fruit Trade, cruizing, or other service, where expedition is required. And immediatelv after, in separate Lots, will Sold, all her Spars, Sails, ‘Warlike other Stores, for Catalogues and further particulars apply James Sykes, Esq. Navy Agent, London; to Goodwin, Curling, riends, and Co. Agents, Ramsgate, Deal, Dover, and 3, Castle-court, Birchin-lane, ; or to
LARA HINDS, Brokers, Ramsgate.

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