Nouvel Eugène

26577
Nominal Guns1ref:820
NationalityGreat Britain
OperatorPrivate Owners
Keel Laid Down1745ref:820
Launched1745ref:820
How acquiredPurpose builtref:820
ShipyardNew England - United States ref:820
CategoryMerchantref:820
Ship TypeSlave Ship ref:820
Last known31.10.1760ref:820

Dimensions


DimensionMeasurementTypeMetric Equivalentref:820
Burthen150French Tonneaux147.829 

Crew Complement


Date# of MenNotesSource
31.10.176022 ref:820

1 Commanding Officer


DatesRankNameSource
31.10.1760 - 9.11.1760Lieutenant (Privateer) Lelongref:820

Service History


DateEventSource
10.1760

Bound with a cargo of 199 "boucauts" of tobbaco , 282 tusk , 1500 beef horn and a lot of little armaments and gun powder  from

Colony of Virginia
ref:820
31.10.1760Taken by L'Amarante (18) at the enter of the Channelref:820
9.11.1760

Under Lieutenant Lelong , "Nouvel Eugène" carried to

Belle Île
ref:820
26.3.1761

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 Tournois

ref:820


Notes on Ship


Armamentsref:820

1 gun and 2 swivels


Cargoref:692

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



 

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