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Le du Teillay
Le du Teillay
Owned by Antoine Walsh (later to become Count de Serrant) a privateer out of St. Malo with Iriish ancestors. The frigate Le du Teillay, armed with 18 guns, 24 swivels, and carrying a crew of 67 men, left Bon Anse, Saint-Nazaire on Friday July 3, 1745 (all dates N.S.–eleven days ahead of O.S.) to sail to Belle-Île and meet l'Elisabeth (a French man-of-war of 64 guns supplied by Walter Rutledge), which did not arrive until 11am on July 13th. They left for Scotland at 5am on Thursday July 15, 1745.
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Ship's Log of Le du Teillay
Charles Edward Stuart by Giles Hussey in pencil and red chalk
  New content you won't find anywhere else. A new log of Le du Teillay (in French) has been found which tells a slightly different story. This log is in the members-only area and is a research topic called Log of the du Teillay. Looking for a native French speaker with a knowledge of nautical terms and the 18th century.
Le du Teillay Versailles Palace Court of Honour Charles' signature
January 16 2016
From 1:30-4pm there will be a guided tour in the area of the Battle of Falkirk the day before its 270th anniversary. More details to come.
September 3-6, 2015
The success of the 1745 Association's Annual Gathering is attributed to John Macfarlane and Glen MacDonald. We visited; Barcaldine, Glen Creran, Glen Ure, Appin, Duror, Ballachulish, and Inverary. Complete details on the Gathering's page.