The Slaving Voyage of the Albion

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The Slaving Voyage of the Albion-Frigate (1698-1699) I. Sailed for Downs on the thirteenth of January, 1698-1699 A. with 300 tons and 24 guns B. A 10 percent Ship II. First Stop A. Arrived before Madeira island. 1. On third of February 2. Got wine and refreshments III. Second Stop A. Anchored before Sestro River. 1. On 25th of February. 2. Stayed a month getting in wood, water, rice, fowls,etc. IV. Third Stop A. Came before Axim 1. First Dutch fort on the Gold Coast B. Next day anchored before the Prussian fort Great Fredericksburgh 1. Prussian general received them civilly. 2. No occasion for any of the goods C. Trade at a standstill on the coast 1. Vast number of interlopers 2. War among the natives. V. Fourth stop A. Before Mina castle. 1. Found seven sail in the road. 2. Each about 30 guns 3. About 130 men. B. Cruiser at the coast 1. Take three interlopers of Zealand. 2. One which carried 36 guns. VI.
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