Daily entries from the 17th century London diary
Captain Moone = Captain Robert Mohun, who eminently distinguished himself in the Dutch was, 1666.
MOHUN, Robert, --- was appointed Lieutenant of the Resolution in 1660, and of the Fairfax in 1661, In the following year he was promoted to the command of the Satisfaction; in 1663 to that of the Oxford; and, in 1665, to the Portsmouth. Having eminently distinguished himself in the bloody and unfortunate action, which took place between the duke of Albemarle, and the Dutch, in the beginning of June, 1666, he was appointed, by the joint admirals, to the command of the Dreadnought. In this ship he had a very distinguished share in the second engagement in the same year, wherein the Dutch were totally defeated. Nothing further is known of him.---Biographia Navalis. J. Charnock, 1794.
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