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Wednesday, October 05, 2005
English Captain: Charles Montague (or Mountague)
Charles Montague (or Mountague) served in the Restoration navy. In early 1672, he was appointed by the Duke of York to command the 5th Rate Guernsey. Somewhat later, he commanded the Falcon (40 guns). He fought in the Battle of Solebay, where he was assigned to the Earl of Sandwich's division in the Blue Squadron. In August 1672. he was assigned to Sir Edward Spragge's division in the Blue Squadron. Sources: