Admiral Anson in the Centurion taking a Spanish galleon off the Philippines c Admiral George Anson commanded a Royal Navy squadron of ships sent to attack Spanish interests in South America at the outset of the War of Austrian Succession in September The expedition failed to achieve its military objective of the ships were lost and many of the crews succumbed to shipwreck and scurvy Anson and the survivors aboard the remaining ship the Centurion crossed the Pacific and on June captured a rich prize the Spanish galleon Nostra Signora de Cabadonga Anson and his crew eventually arrived back in England in June having circumnavigated the globe
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