Daily entries from the 17th century London diary
The 'Tangiers Merchant' was a ship freighted by the Navy Office.
" ... Then came Commissioner Pett, and he and I by agreement went to Deptford, and after a turn or two in the yard, to Greenwich, and thence walked to Woolwich. Here we did business, and I on board the Tangier-merchant, a ship freighted by us, that has long lain on hand in her despatch to Tangier, but is now ready for sailing. ..."http://www.pepysdiary.com/diary/1663/01/21/
Wheatley ed. note to May 2 1664
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