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|Keel Laid Down||1745||ref:820|
|How acquired||Purpose built||ref:820|
|Shipyard||New England - United States||ref:820|
|Ship Type||Slave Ship||ref:820|
Bound with a cargo of 199 "boucauts" of tobbaco , 282 tusk , 1500 beef horn and a lot of little armaments and gun powder fromColony of Virginia ref:820
Under Lieutenant Lelong , "Nouvel Eugène" carried toBelle Île ref:820
Sold at the "Amirauté of Vannes" after the cargo and the ship was carried to Lorient .
Gain 56009 Livres Tournois .
Ship of 15 -16 years age from New England acquired by Chateaubriand for 2800 Livres Tournoisref:820
1 gun and 2 swivels
Divergence with English statement : plundering of Lelong
Scotish surgeon Jacques Dongall said : 424 tusks with 340 of cargo and 84 as "pacotille" (owners the crew)
Of 1500 beef corn , 630 to remain