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Britisu AND PRENCH Fleets, 1-State of british navy, ibid.-

Expedition to Ireland, 2-Indefatigable and Amazon with Droits-

de-l'Homme, 17-Loss of the Amazon and Droits-de-l'Homme,

23—Expedition to Ireland, 29–Negotiation for peace, 33–

Mutiny at Spithead, ibid.—Second méditated invasion of Ire-

land, 41-Second overture for peace, 43—British AND SPANISH

Fleets, ibid.—Sir John Jervis off Cape St. Vincent, ibid.

Bombardment of Cadiz, 77–Cutting out the Mutine, 81-

Nelson at Santa-Cruz, ibid.-Mutiny off Cadiz, 87—French

in the Mediterranean, 89-BRITISH AND FRANCO-

PLEETS, 90—Cruise of rear-admiral Brueys, 91--

Mutiny at the Nore, ibid.-BRITISH AND DUTCH FLEETS, 92—

Admiral Duncan off Camperdown, 95--Light SQUADRONS AND

SINGLE SHIPS, 114_Escape of indiamen, 115-Andromache

and an Algerine, ibid.-Capture of the Résistance and Con-

stance, 117–Viper and spanish privateer, 119--Capture of the

Hardi, ibid.—Capture of the Ninfa and Santa-Elena, ibid.

Destruction of the Calliope, 123—Mutiny in the Lady-Shore

convict-ship, 125-Arethusa and Gaieté, 127-Alexandrian

and Coq, ibid.—Penguin and Oiseau, 198—Pelican and Trom-

peur, 129_Capture of the Epicharis, 130-Recapture of the

Hyæna, 131-Gallantry of a purser, 132-Phæbe and Néréide,

133—Capture of a gun-brig by two french privateers, 135—

Recapture of the Daphne, 136—COLONIAL EXPEDITions, NORTH

AMERICA, 136-Loss of the Tribune, 137–West INDIES, 140—

Capture of Trinidad, 141-Boats of the Hermione at Porto-

Rico, 143—Destruction of the french Hermione, 145~British

boats and french privateers at Cape Roxo, 147-Mutiny on

board the british Hermione, 149—CAPE of Good Hope, 150

Mutiny in the squadron there, ibid,

BRITISH AND FRENCH Fleets, 152—State of the british navy,

ibid.—Mars and Hercule, 155—Buonaparte's plan for invading

England, 161-Invasion-flotilla, its origin, 163—Repulsed at

Saint-Marcouf, 165_Captain Popham at Ostende, 169—

Destruction of the Confiante, 173–Expedition to Ireland,

177-Capture of general Humbert, 179—Expedition to Ire-

land, 181-Capture of the Hoche and consorts, 185—Melam-

pus and Resolue, 197—Kangaroo and Loire, 199—Mermaid

and Loire, 201—Anson and Kangaroo with Loire, 205—

Fisgard and Immortalité, 207–Expeditions to Ireland, 209–

Cartels, 214-Rear-admiral Nelson in the Mediterranean, 215—

Departure of Buonaparte's egyptian expedition, 217—Buona-

parte's seizure of Malta, 219-Nelson's chase of Buonaparte,

221-Buonaparte at Alexandria, 227–French fleet at anchor in

Aboukir bay, 229-—Battle of the Nile, 231-Summons and

blockade of Malta, 273-Capture of Goza, 274–French suc-

cesses in Italy, 275—Turks at Corfu, 276—Blockade of

Alexandria, 277_Capture of Torride and destruction of

Anémone, 279-Attack on Aboukir castle, 281-BRITISH AND

SPANISH Fleets, 283—Earl St.-Vincent off Cadiz, ibid.—Capture

of Minorca, ibid.-British AND DUTCH FLEETS, 288—Light

SQUADRONS AND SINGLE ships, ibid.---George and spanish priva-

teers, ibid.-Pomone and Cheri, 289-Kingfisher and Betsy,

290-Lieutenant Pym and Désirée, 291-Melainpus and Volage,

292-Speedy and Papillon, 293-Cobourg and Revanche, 294-

Chase of the Charente, 295-Recovery and Revanche, 296-

Victorieuse and french privateer, 297—Escape of sir Sidney

Smith, 299—Aurora and french privateer-Princess-Royal and

Aventurier, 301-Seahorse and Sensible, 303—Tippoo-Saib

and the French, 305—Sibylle and Fox at Manilla, 307 — Samne at

Sanboargon, 313–Preneuse and two indiamen, 315—Loss of the

Resistance, 317-Pearl and french frigates, 318-Capture of the

Seine, 319--Capture of the Mondovi, 322--Brilliant and french

frigates, 323—Eagle privateer and Lodi corvette, 325—Boats of

Regulus in Aguada bay, 327-Lion and four spanish frigates,

329—Melpomène at Corigiou, 330—Espoir and Liguria, 331–

Capture of the Vaillante, 333—Hazard and Neptune, 335-

Leander and Généreux, ibid.—Capture of the Décade, 347–

Capture of the Flore, 343–Also of the Furie and Waakzaamheid,

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BRITISH AND FRENCH FLEETS, 367-State of the british navy,

ibid.-Lord Bridport off Brest, 369-Escape of admiral Bruix
from Brest, 371-Admiral Bruix off Cadiz, 373-Admiral
Bruix in the Mediterranean, 375–British AND FRANCO-SPANISH

FLEETS, 376–Cadiz fleet in Carthagena and M. Bruix in Toulon,

379—Capture of M, Perrée's squadron, 381–Lord Keith and

M. Bruix, 383—Junction of admirals Bruix and Massaredo,

385—Departure of admirals Bruix and Massaredo for Brest,

387—They anchor in Brest, 389—Spanish squadron at the

Isle of Aix, 391-BRITISH AND FRENCH FLEETS, 392—French

in possession of Italy, 393—Surrender of Ancona to the Aus-

trians, 395-Lord Nelson at Palermo, 397-Captain Foote at

Palermo, ibid.-Same at Naples, 399-Lord Nelson at Naples,

401–Lord Nelson and Caraccioli, 403-Captain Troubridge at

Fort St.-Elmo, 407—Same at Capua and Gaeta, 409—British

seamen at Rome, 411-Buonaparte at Suez, ibid.—Buona-

parte and Achmet-Djezzar, 413—Bombardment of Alexandria,

415—Sir Sidney Smith at Acre, 417–French and Turks at

Aboukir, 431-Buonaparte's preparations for leaving his army,

433—His escape from Egypt, 435—Centurion and Albatross

at Suez, 437-Dædalus and Fox at Kosseïn, 439–French and

Turks at Bogaz, 441-Surrender of El-Arich by treachery,

443—BRITISH AND DUTCH FLEETS, 444–Expedition to Holland,

445--Captain Border at Lemmer-town, 455—LIGAT SQUADRONS

AND SINGLE Ships, 456_Wolverine and two french luggers,

457–Loss of the Proserpine, 459—Dædalus and Prudente,

463—Capture of the Santa-Teresa, 465–Constellation and

Insurgente, 467-Espoir and Africa, 473-Sibylle and Forte,

475—Telegraph and Hirondelle, 486—Trent and Sparrow's

boats, 487--Sir Harry Neale and a french frigate-squadron,

489—Amaranthe and Vengeur, 490—Fortune and Salamine,

491—Boats of Success, 492—Alcmène and Courageux, 493–

Speedy and spanish vessels, 494—Recapture of Crash, 495–

Lieutenants Slade and Humphreys at Schiermonikoog, 497—

Clyde and Vestale, 499—Tamar and Républicaine, 501-Cap-
ture of the Braak and Gier, 503-Rattlesnake and Camel with

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