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In 1746, Richard Butler, brother-in-law of Antoine Walsh, provided two ships, Le Prince de Conti commanded by the young captain Marc-Joseph Marion Dufresne and L’Heureux, commanded by Pierre-Bernard Thérouart de Beaulieu with the mission to locate, rescue Prince Charles Stuart...
On the 11th of October 1746, Prince Charles Stuart arrived on board L’Heureux in the anchorage between the island of Batz and the port of Roscoff, in the north of Brittany following his successful rescue from western Scotland. Prince Charles...
The city of Saint-Malo on the north coast of Brittany was the home of famous Corsair captains in the 17th and 18th century acting in the name of the king of France. Saint-Malo provided ships, crew, and support to the...
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