San Domingo

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Oblate Sisters Of Providence - History
... Father Joubert belonged to a noble French family forced by the Revolution to take refuge in San Domingo ... first four sisters, Miss Elisabeth Lange of Santiago, Cuba, Miss Mary Rosine Boegues of San Domingo, Miss Mary Frances Balas of San Domingo, Miss Mary Theresa Duchemin of Baltimore made their vows ...
HMS San Domingo
... One ship of the Royal Navy has borne the name HMS San Domingo, after the Battle of San Domingo, whilst another was planned but never completed HMS San Domingo was a 74-gun third rate launched in 1809 and ... HMS San Domingo was to have been a Battle class destroyer ...
HMS Tartar (1801) - Jamaica Station
... Domingo and Tortudo, near Port-au-Paix, they met up with the French schooner Oiseaux ... the narrow and intricate channel between the island of Saona and San Domingo where it would be difficult for him to pursue ... Maxwell sent the wounded to San Domingo under flag of truce, but kept the other Frenchmen prisoners, there being no English prisoners available for exchange ...
Sir John Duckworth, 1st Baronet - Service Against Napoleon - West Indies
... Cochrane which brought news of French at San Domingo that was the French squadron under the command of Vice-Admiral Corentin Urbain Leiss├Ęgues which escaped from Brest and sought to reinforce the French forces at ... Arriving at San Domingo on 6 February 1806, Duckworth found the French squadron with its transports anchored in the Occa bay ... In the Battle of San Domingo, Duckworth's squadron defeated the squadron of French when Santo Domingo was the last significant fleet action of the Napoleonic Wars ...

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