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THE

NAVAL HISTORY

OF

GREAT BRITAIN,

FROM THE

Declaration of cular

BY FRANCE, IN FEBRUARY 1793,

TO THE ACCESSION OF GEORGE IV, IN JANUARY 1820.

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BRITISH AND FRENCH FLEETS, 58—State of the british navy, ibid.

Russia declares war against France, ibid.—Escape of M. Alle-

mand from Lorient, 59_Vice-admirals Emeriau and sir Edward

Pellew, 63—Light SQUADRONS AND SINGLE SHIPS, 65-Rosario

and Griffon with french flotilla, ibid.—Recapture of the Apelles,

67—Destruction of the Arienne and Andromaque, 69-Sealark

and Ville-de-Caen, 75—Dictator and consorts with Nayaden

and consorts, 77-Boat of Briseis at Pillau, 78—Boats of Osprey

near Heligoland, 79—Boats of Horatio on coast of Norway,

80—Attack and a french privateer, 81-Same and danish gun-

boats, 82—Boats of Medusa at Arcasson, 83—Narrow escape
of the Magnificent, 85—Sir Home Popham on north coast of
Spain, 89—Captain Ussher on south coast of Spain, 91---Capture

of the. Mérinos, 92—Victorious and Rivoli, 93—Boats of Pilot

wand Thames at Policastro and Sapri, 97—Boats of America and

Leviathan at Languelia, 99--Same at Allasio, 101-Swallow

with Renard and Goéland, 102—Lieutenant Dwyer at Biendom,

105-Boats of Bacchante at Port-Lemo, 107-Boats of Eagle

at Cape Maistro, 108—Southampton and Améthyste, 109–

Chase of the Belvidera, 112—Treatment of a british seaman at

New-York, 123–Minerva and Essex, 126-Alert and Essex,

127-Rattler and Essex, 129_Shannon and Essex, ibid.-

Chase of the Constitution, 131–Guerrière and Constitution,

135—Frolic and Wasp, 159—Macedonian and United-States,

164-President and Congress with Galatea, 181-Java and

Constitution, 183–Laura and Diligent, 201.

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