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Action Of 10 November 1808 - Battle
... At 1842 on 10 November 1808, the garrison of a French defensive gun battery on the island of Groix saw a frigate moving rapidly westwards ... As they had not been informed of any French movements at that time, the battery fired two warning shots at the ship to establish her identity ... Within a few minutes, Seymour's lookouts had spotted the French frigate and Amethyst immediately gave chase ...
List Of Steam-powered Ships Of The Line - France
10 built, 28 converted Le Napoléon (1850) French ship Duquesne (1847) Algésiras class ship of the line French ship Algésiras (1855) French ship Borda (1864). ...
HMS Bonne Citoyenne (1796) - British Service - Bonne Citoyenne Captures Furieuse
... As he sailed to rejoin the convoy, on 5 July he came across a French frigate that was in the process of capturing an English merchant ... larger size, Mounsey immediately gave chase, at which the French ship fled northwards ... After a chase lasting 18 hours the Bonne Citoyenne caught up with the French ship on the morning of 6 July and brought her to battle ...
Action Of 13 January 1797
... The Action of 13 January 1797 was a small naval battle fought between a French ship of the line and two British frigates off the coast of Brittany during the French Revolutionary Wars ... During the action the frigates successfully outmanoeuvred the much larger French vessel and drove it on shore in heavy seas, resulting in the deaths of between ... The French 74-gun ship Droits de l'Homme had been part of the Expédition d'Irlande, a disastrous attempt by a French expeditionary force to invade Ireland ...
Charles Edward Stuart's Flight - “The Prince in The Heather” By Eric Linklater
... Heading for the coast to probably charter a ship to France, they had to march through rough Highland areas again, passing the braes of Morar and the small glen of Meoble south of Loch Morar to reach ... through the Cuillin Sound and disembarked the ship on 27 April 1746 ... the Prince in disguise of a servant called Lewie Caw, from where they embarked a ship heading for the main land of Scotland ...

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