Daily entries from the 17th century London diary
Satisfaction: there was 4th rate hundred tons noted in 1651. Then there was a ship noted for leading a convoy to Acadia in 1657, captained by Peter Butler.http://www.acadian-cajun.com/acadia2.htm
The EIC had a ship, so named in latter part of 1660's[only lasted 1 trip], then there be Capitan Morgan that relieved a French Pirate of his ship [Cour Volunt] and named it Satisfaction. http://www.vleonica.com/h_morgan.htmhttp://www.mariners-l.co.uk/EICsuttonO-Z.htm
HMS Satisfaction , 5th-rate (26-32 guns; prize 1646); sunk 19 September 1662 off Helvoetsluis on its way to Jamaica; pilot error was blamed..
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