Triangular Trade the Loss of Luxborough Galley

Triangular Trade - The loss of the Luxborough Galley

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Luxborough Galley in 1727 ("I.C. 1760"), lost in the last leg of the triangular trade, between the Caribbean and Britain.

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Triangular Trade

Triangular Trade describes the tendency of naval merchant shipping to travel between three trading posts set on the different continents. The presence of such established routes enabled pirates to plan their raids and disturb economies of many countries.

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