Jean Baptiste Laborde, master of the 'Amphitrion' in 1744

Definition Jean Baptiste Laborde was master of the 'Amphitrion', a French merchant ship (150 tons, 24 men) bound from Martinique to Bordeaux, laden with sugar, coffee, sweetmeats, fine drams; taken on 15/26 June 1744 by the privateer Young Ceres (James Soper commanding), and brought into Dartmouth.en
KOS prizepapers_actor Prize Papers: Person
Anfang 1704
Ende 1764
publisher Carl von Ossietzky Universit├Ąt Oldenburg
created 2020-01-22
issued 2020-01-22
modified 2022-04-21

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