Catalogue description Captured ship: De Jonge Ulbe , Siebe Nannes, master. History: Dutch merchant ship bound...

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Details of HCA 32/375/6
Reference: HCA 32/375/6

Captured ship: De Jonge Ulbe, Siebe Nannes, master.

History: Dutch merchant ship bound from Libourne in France to Rotterdam laden with wine, captured on 23 December 1780 between Dover and Calais by the Rachael privateer (Thomas Latimer or Latimore commanding) and taken into Dover.

Documents: court papers; ship's papers. (Includes copies of depositions from the Registry of the High Court of Admiralty and other papers, relating to the previous capture of the same ship when bound from Bordeaux to St-Malo laden with wine, captured on 14 May 1780 off Ushant by the Achilles privateer (John Williams commanding) and taken into Weymouth. On that occasion, the cargo had been condemned and the ship restored).

Number of documents: 85.

Date: 1778 - 1782
Held by: The National Archives, Kew
Former reference in its original department: HCA 32/375/6/1-85
Legal status: Public Record(s)
Language: English
Closure status: Open Document, Open Description

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