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Corsairs and navies 1660-1760
Bromley, J.S. (1987). Corsairs and navies 1660-1760. Hambledon Press: London. ISBN 9780826446589. 517 pp.

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  • Bromley, J.S. (1987). Outlaws at sea, 1660-1720: liberty, equality and fraternity among Caribbean freebooters, in: Bromley, J.S. Corsairs and navies 1660-1760. pp. 1-20, more
  • Bromley, J.S. (1987). Colonies at war, in: Bromley, J.S. Corsairs and navies 1660-1760. pp. 21-28, more
  • Bromley, J.S. (1987). A letter-book of Robert Cole, British consul-general at Algiers, 1694-1712, in: Bromley, J.S. Corsairs and navies 1660-1760. pp. 29-42, more
  • Bromley, J.S. (1987). The North Sea in wartime, 1688-1713, in: Bromley, J.S. Corsairs and navies 1660-1760. pp. 43-72, more
  • Bromley, J.S. (1987). The importance of Dunkirk reconsidered, 1688-1713, in: Bromley, J.S. Corsairs and navies 1660-1760. pp. 73-102, more
  • Bromley, J.S. (1987). Jacques-Winoc Plets, armateur en course (c. 1650-1716), in: Bromley, J.S. Corsairs and navies 1660-1760. pp. 103-120, more
  • Bromley, J.S. (1987). Quelques reflexions sur le fonctionnement des classes maritimes en France, 1689-1713, in: Bromley, J.S. Corsairs and navies 1660-1760. pp. 121-137, more
  • Bromley, J.S. (1987). The Jacobite privateers in the nine years war, in: Bromley, J.S. Corsairs and navies 1660-1760. pp. 139-166, more
  • Bromley, J.S. (1987). Les équipages des corsaires sous Louis XIV, 1688-1713, in: Bromley, J.S. Corsairs and navies 1660-1760. pp. 167-186, more
  • Bromley, J.S. (1987). The loan of French naval vessels to privateering enterprises, 1688-1713, in: Bromley, J.S. Corsairs and navies 1660-1760. pp. 187-212, more
  • Bromley, J.S. (1987). The French privateering war, in: Bromley, J.S. Corsairs and navies 1660-1760. pp. 213-241, more
  • Bromley, J.S. (1987). Projets et contrats d'armement en course Marseillais, 1705-1712, in: Bromley, J.S. Corsairs and navies 1660-1760. pp. 243-278, more
  • Bromley, J.S. (1987). The trade and privateering of Saint-Malo during the war of the Spanish succesion, in: Bromley, J.S. Corsairs and navies 1660-1760. pp. 279-296, more
  • Bromley, J.S. (1987). Duguay Trouin: the financial background, in: Bromley, J.S. Corsairs and navies 1660-1760. pp. 297-323, more
  • Bromley, J.S. (1987). French traders in the South Sea: the journal of lieutanant Pitouays, 1706-9, in: Bromley, J.S. Corsairs and navies 1660-1760. pp. 325-338, more
  • Bromley, J.S. (1987). The Channel Island privateers in the war of the Spanish succession, in: Bromley, J.S. Corsairs and navies 1660-1760. pp. 339-390, more
  • Bromley, J.S. (1987). Le commerce de la France de l'ouest et la guerre maritime, 1702-1712, in: Bromley, J.S. Corsairs and navies 1660-1760. pp. 389-406, more
  • Bromley, J.S. (1987). Some Zeeland privateering instructions: Jacob Sautijn to captain Salomon Reynders, 1707, in: Bromley, J.S. Corsairs and navies 1660-1760. pp. 407-434, more
  • Bromley, J.S. (1987). Les corsaires zelandais et la navigation scandinave pendant la guerre de succession d'Espagne, in: Bromley, J.S. Corsairs and navies 1660-1760. pp. 435-448, more
  • Bromley, J.S. (1987). The profits of naval command: captain Joseph Taylor and his prizes, in: Bromley, J.S. Corsairs and navies 1660-1760. pp. 449-462, more
  • Bromley, J.S. (1987). Prize office and prize agency at Portsmouth, 1689-1748, in: Bromley, J.S. Corsairs and navies 1660-1760. pp. 463-493, more
  • Bromley, J.S. (1987). The second hundred years war, in: Bromley, J.S. Corsairs and navies 1660-1760. pp. 495-517, more

Abstract
    Two societies, two conceptions of justice, collaborated and collided when French forces stormed Cartagena of the Indies in May 1697. For their commander, the baron de Pointis, a naval captain in the mould of Drake, this bloody if strategically pointless success fulfilled a long-postponed design ""that might be both honourable and advantageous"", with ships lent and soldiers (but not seamen) paid by the King, who in return would take the Crown''s usual one-fifth interest in such ""preis de vaisseaux"", the remaining costs falling on private subscribers, in this case no less than 666 of them, he.

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