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Lloyd's List no 573.

Lloyd's List no 573.
Lloyd's List no 573.
© National Maritime Museum, London
Repro ID: H2421
Description: This page from 'Lloyd's Marine List' notes the ships that arrived at different British, Irish and foreign ports. According to the Ships News, at the bottom right of the page, the ship 'Thomas Mornay' was captured on 13 February 1741 by Spanish privateers. At the time of her capture she was south west of the Sicily Isles, bound for Oporto.
Creator: Lloyd's List
Date: 17 February 1741
Credit line: National Maritime Museum, London
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