Commodore Anson in the Centurion with a crew of 227
Commodore Anson in the Centurion with a crew of 227, 30 of which were boys, on the 20th of June 1743 about two in the afternoon attacks and in less than half an hour obliges to strike and surrender the rich Acupulco ship Nuestra Senora de Capodongo commanded by the General Don Jeronimo de Montero bound to the Manilas.
Text in French below image.; Page 106.
Original size: 335 mm x 471 mm
- Image reference: PW4578
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London
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