Daily entries from the 17th century London diary
Capt. Henry Millet
According to L&M held 6 commissions 1660-9 and was awarded a prize ship in 1667 for his "former sufferings and late reverses".
MILLET, Henry,—was, immediately after the restoration, appointed lieutenant of the Leopard; in 1662 of the Centurion; and in 1664 of the Matthias. In 1666 he was appointed to command the same ship, by prince Rupert and the duke of Albemarle. In the following year he was removed into the Society; and, as the last appointment we have met with, was, in 1669, made lieutenant of the Hampshire.---Biographia Navalis. J. Charnock, 1794.
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