Many sailors are laid off as the threat of war with France recedes, but not Barlow. The YARMOUTH convoys the Duke of York's pleasure boat, carrying his daughter [Anne], to Dieppe.

The threat of war with France recedes, and many crewmen are laid off but not Barlow. The Duke of York's pleasure boat enters the Downs, carrying his small daughter who is being taken to Dieppe. The YARMOUTH is ordered to convoy her to France. Barlow criticises the Duke's father-in-law Edward Hyde as a traitor.

Record Details

Item reference: JOD/4/113
Catalogue Section: Manuscript volumes acquired singly by the Museum
Level: PAGE
Date made: 1659-1703; 1668
Credit: National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London

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