Blackbeard and Hornigold took La Concorde
1717-11-28 - 100 miles west off Martinique
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Blackbeard and Hornigold in the latitude of 24, they made prize of a large French Guiney Man, bound to Martinico, which by Hornigold’s consent, Teach went aboard of as captain and named her the Queen Ann’s Revenge.

100 miles from Martinique, the French ship encountered Blackbeard and his company. According to Lieutenant Ernaut, the pirates were aboard two sloops, one with 120 men and twelve cannon, and the other with thirty men and eight cannon.

The 28th of November 60 leugas off Martinque, 14 degrees 27 minutes north, two english pirate ships approched La Concorde. They were 250 men and 12 canons, and commanded by Edward Titche.


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