Charles II: Lists sent by Morgan Lodge, of Deal, of shipping in the Downs, &c.

Calendar of State Papers Domestic: Charles II, 1667-8. Originally published by Her Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1893.

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'Charles II: Lists sent by Morgan Lodge, of Deal, of shipping in the Downs, &c.', in Calendar of State Papers Domestic: Charles II, 1667-8, (London, 1893) pp. 115. British History Online https://www.british-history.ac.uk/cal-state-papers/domestic/chas2/1667-8/p115 [accessed 14 April 2024]

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Lists sent by Morgan Lodge, of Deal, to Williamson, of King’s and merchants’ ships in the Downs, the state of the wind, time of the arrival and despatch of mails, &c. [S.P. Dom., Car. II. 225.]

No. Date. King’s. Merchant’s. Wind. MAILS. REMARKS.
Arrival. Despatch.
267 Dec. 1 6 22 S.W. None 5 p.m. All the ships in the last list still remain, and there is a storm of wind.
268 " 2 4 24 W.S.W. Two King’s and two merchants’ ships have left, at 14 merchants’ ships come in.
269 " 3 4 27 N. None 5 p.m.
270 " 4 3 10 N.W. None 5 p.m.
271 " 5 3 16 N.W. 6 p.m. p.m. The Kent has passed through with soldiers.
272 " 6 4 18 S.E. None 5 p.m.
273 " 7 S.E. None 5 p.m. Most of the ships are gone or going.
274 " 8 4 22 S.W. None 5 p.m. Some of the ships that had sailed are forced back.
275 " 9 2 28 N.W. None 7 p.m.
276 " 10 1 29 N.W. None 5 p.m.
277 " 11 1 S. by E. None 5 p.m. All the other ships are gone or. going.
278 " 13 3 11 S.E. None 5 p.m.
279 " 15 3 10 S.E. None 5 p.m.
280 " 16 1 0 N.E. None 5 p.m.
281 " 17 1 0 N.E. None 5 p.m.
282 " 18 1 0 N.E. None
283 " 19 2 1 S.S.E. None 5 p.m.
284 " 20 2 2 S. by E. None 5 p.m.
285 " 21 4 6 E. None 6 p.m.
286 " 22 4 4 S.E. None 5 p.m.
287 " 23 1 1 N.W. None 5 p.m. Four ships have sailed through the Downs. The Hind was cast away near Scilly, but her men saved. 200 English and French have been found dead near the port of Bordeaux, many vessels being cast away.
288 " 24 3 5 W. None 6 p.m.
289 " 26 3 29 W. None 5 p.m. Two of the ships came from Bordeaux and are gone for London.
290 " 27 3 29 S.W. None 5 p.m. A Swede from Bordeaux has gone through for London.
291 " 28 3 29 S.W. None 5 p.m. The Malaga from Cadiz has passed through.
292 " 31 3 44 N.W. None 6 p.m.