Catalogue description Lodowick Jackson to Ormond : written from Youghal
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|Reference:||MS. Carte 215, fol(s). 7|
|Title:||Lodowick Jackson to Ormond : written from Youghal|
Reports the circumstances under which a Cadiz wine-ship (bound for an English or Irish port) was boarded by a "Turkish man-of war" [meaning an Algerine corsair], which had previously captured a French vessel bound for Cadiz, on board of which they had found "a person that was an instrument in the late King's death", together with his wife. Adds that these captives have been carried into Algiers, and that some of the seamen think, from the description given, that the person so taken is Ludlow.
|Date:||2 February 1664|
|Held by:||Oxford University: Bodleian Library, Special Collections, not available at The National Archives|
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