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    9 Oct 1589

    I found this while looking for something else. (thats the way it always seems to go)

    Anyhow, just an interesting tidbit.

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    Re: 9 Oct 1589

    Can you cite the reference this came from?

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    Re: 9 Oct 1589

    Interesting, but it doesnt really even say where approximately they might be. I am sure it would be good to know that!

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    Re: 9 Oct 1589

    Fiction or Non-Fiction?
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    Re: 9 Oct 1589

    I looked it up last night...

    A General History of Voyages and Travels to the End of the 18th Century by Robert Kerr

    Google it and read it.

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    Re: 9 Oct 1589

    Sounds like the 1589 fleet of General Alvaro Flores. There were 49 ships that left Havana on Sept. 12. On Sept. 18 they were hit by a strong storm that lasted 8 days. Fourteen ships were lost. But I can't believe the rest of the fleet reached the Azores less then a month later.

 

 

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