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1808

THE British and French Fleets 1

State of the British Navy, ibid
State of the French navy, 2
Escape of the Rochefort squadron, 3
Admiral Ganteaume in the Mediterranean, 4
Lord Collingwood and Admiral Ganteaume, 7
Revolution in Spain, 9
Capture of French ship in Cadiz, 10
Peace between England and Spain, ibid.
Convention of Cintra, 11
State of northern navies, ibid
War between Russia and England, ibid.

ANGLO-SWEDISH AND RUSSIAN FLEETS, 12

Sir Samuel Hood and Admiral Hanickoff, 13
Capture and destruction of the Sewolod, 16
Sir James Saumarez off Rogerswick, ibid.
Spanish patriots in Zealand, 17
Rear-admiral Keats at Nyborg, ibid.

Light Squadrons and Single Ships, 19

Linnet and Courier, ibid.
Deconnerte and two French privateers, ibid
Same and Dorade, ibid
Boats of Meleager off San-Jago de Cuba, 20
Boat of Confiance off the Tagus, ibid.
Sappho and Admiral-Yawl, 21
San-Fiorenzo and Piémontaise, ibid.
Boats of Emerald at Vivero, 24
Aigle with Italienne and Seine, 26
Childers and Lougen, 28
Seagull with Lougen and consorts, 30
Stately and Nassau with Prindts-Christian-Frederic, 31
Boats of Daphne and Tartarus at Flodstrand, 32
Boats of Falcon at Endelan, 33
Swan and Danish cutter, ibid.
Boats of the Tartar at North Bergen, 34
Virginie and Guelderland, 36
Boats of the Alceste and squadron off Rota, 37
Grasshopper and Spanish gun-boats, ibid.
Boats of Nymphe and Blossom in the Tagus, 38
Grasshopper and Rapid with Spanish gun-boats, 40
Gore with Palmure and Pilade, 41
Superieure and same, ibid.
Carnation and Palmure, 42
Boats of the Heureux at Mahaut, 44
Remarks on the 4-gun schooners, 46
British schooners and French privateers, ibid.
Redwing and Spanish gun-boats, 47
Wizard and Requin, 48
Capture of Griffon, 51
United and Ronco, 52
Capture of Nettune and Teulié, ibid.
Amphion and Baleine, 53
Boats of Porcupine off Civita-Vecchia and Monte - Circello, 54
Same at Planosa, &c. 55
Boats of Standard of off Corfe, 56
Seahorse and Badere, Zaffer, 59
Pitt and Semillante, 63
Cornwallis and Sémillante, 65
Dedargneuse and Sémillante, 66
Terpsichore and Sémillante, 67
Laurel and Canonnière, 70
British convoys and Danish gun-boats, 74
Boats of Euryalus and consorts capture gun-boats, ibid.
The Danes capture Turbulent and Tigress gun-brigs, 75
Africa and Danish gun-boats, 76
Comet with Sylphe and consorts, 77
Recruit and Diligente, 78
Maria and Departement-des -Landes, 80
Amethyst and Thetis, 81
Destruction of the Cigne, 87
Boats of Kent and Wizard at Noli, ibid.
Lord Cochrane on coast of Languedor, 89
British at Fort Trinidad, 90

Colonial Expeditions, WEST INDIES, 91

Capture of Mariegalante, ibid.
Also of Désirade, 92
Unsuccessful attack upon St: Martin, ibid,

1809

British and French Fleets
, 93

State of the British Navy, ibid.
Commodore Beresford and M. Willaumez, 95
Destruction of French vessels at Sable d'Olonne, 97
Lord Gambier at Basque Roads, 99
Capture of Anholt, 130
Expedition to the Scheldt, ibid.
Lord Collingwood and M. Ganteaume, 142
Rear-admirals Martin and Baudin, ibid.
Lieutenant Tailour in the bay of Rosas, 145
Surrender of Zante, &c. 146

Light Squadrons and Single Ships, ibid.

Onyx and Manly, ibid.
Capture of Iris and Hébé, 147
Cleopatra and Topaze, 148
Horatio and Consorts with Junon, 150
Boats of Amphiron at Melida, 153
Capture of the Var, 154
Proserpine with Penelope and Pauline, ibid.
Boats of Arethusa at Lequito, 156
, 157
Capture of the d'Haupoult, 164
Intrepid with Furieuse and Félicité, 165
Capture of Félicité by Latona, 166
Bonne-Citoyenne and Furieuse, ibid.
Goldfinch and Mouche, 169
Boats of Spartan, Amphion, &c. off Pizaro, ibid.
Boats of Spartan and Mercury at Cesenatico, 170
Boats of Sconk off Cape Croisette, and at Carri, 171
Topaze with Danaé and Flore, 172
Boats of Topaze at Demata, 173
Pomone and Lucien-Charles, ibid.
Cyane and Cérès, 175
Boats of Excellent and squadron at Duin, 176
Boats of Amphion at Cortelazzo, 177
Boats of Mercury at Rovigno and at Rotti, 178
Same at Barletta, ibid.
Boats of Melpomêne at Huilbo, 179
Boats of Tartar on coast of Courland, ibid.
Melpomène and Danish gun-boats, ibid.
Boats of Bellerophon at Hango, 180
Boats of Implacable off Porcola, ibid.
Captain Forrest and Russian gun-boats at Fredericksham, 182
Boats of Lynx and Monkey off Dais head, ibid.
Diana and Zephyr, 183
Boats of Hazard and Pelorus at Sainte-Marie, 184
Boats of Thetis and consorts at the Hayes, 185
Capture of Nisus, 186
Also of Bearnais and Papillon, ibid.
Junon with Rénommée and consorts, 187
British Indiamen and French Frigates, 193
Destruction of a nest of pirates, 204

Colonial Expeditions - Coast of Africa, ibid.

Capture of Senegal, 205

WEST INDIES, 206

Capture of Martinique, 209

SOUTH AMERICA, 210

Capture of Cayenne, 212

1810

British and French Fleets
, 214

State of the British Navy, ibid.
Sweden declares war, 215
Death of Lord Collingwood, ibid.
Captain Eyre at. St. Maura, 216
Captain Blackwood off Toulon, 217
Captain Halliday off Toulon, 220

Light Squadrons and Single Ships, 221

Cherokee and French luggers, ibid.
Scorpion and Oreste, ibid.
Boats of Freija at Mahaut, 223
Thistle and Havik, 225
Rainbow and Avon with Néréide, 227
Boats of Christian VII. &c. in Basque roads, 230
Capture of Canonnibre frigate, 231
Horatio and Nécessité, ibid
Unicorn and Espérance, ibid.
Tribune and four Danish brigs, 232
Boats of Belvidera and Nemesis near Struddand, ibid.
Queen - Charlotte and Indomptable, 233
Boats of Surveillante at the Morbitran, 234
Also at the river Crache, ibid.
Boats of Caledonia and squadron in Basque roads, 235
Boats of Dreadnaught at Ustrant, 236
Briseis and Sans-Souci, 237
Calliope and Comtesse d'Hambourg, ibid.
Orestes and Loup-Garou, ibid.
Boats of Quebec in the Vlie, 238
Diana and Niobe with Amazone and Eliza, 239
Phipps and Barbierde-Séville, 241
Rosario and Mamelouck, 242
Entreprenante and four French privateers, ibid.
Rinaldo and Mirandeur, 243
Same with Vielle-Josephine and consorts, 244
Boats of Success at Castiglione, 245
Boats of Spartan and Success at Terreino, ibid.
Spartan with Cérès and consorts, 247
Boats of Alceste at Agaye, 250
Boats of Amphion and Cerberus at Groa, 251
Captain Hoste and Commodore Dubourdieu, 253
Boats of Thames and consorts at Amanthe, 257
Captain Hall at Barbate, 258
Boats of Blossom off Cape Sicie, ibid.
Captain Pane at Palamos, 259
Sylvia and armed prows, 260
British Indiamen and French Frigates, 262
Captain Willoughby at Jacolet, 267
Capture of Isle Bourbon, 272
Capture of Isle de la Passe, 275
Captain Willoughby at Pointe du Diable, 277
Same at Isle de la Passe, 279
Captain Pym at Grand-Port, 283
Boadicea with Venus and Manche, 296
Africaine with Iphigénie and Astrée, 300
Ceylon and Venus, 307

Colonial Expeditions - West Indies, 313

Capture of Guadaloupe, 314
Capture of St: Martin, ibid.

EAST INDIES, ibid.

Capture of Amboyna, 315
Capture of Banda-Neira, 323
Capture of the Isle of France, 326.

1811

British and French Fleets
, 327

State of the British Navy, ibid.
Sir Edward Pellew and M. Emeriau, 328

Light Squadrons and Single Ships, 332

Destruction of Amazone, ibid.
Scylla and Canonnier, 333
Diana and Semiramis in the Gironde, ibid.
Hawk and French convoy, 335
Barbadoes and Goshawk with French gun-brigs, 336
Rinaldo and Redpole with Boulogne flotilla, 337
Naiad and Boulogne flotilla, 338
Capture of the Ville-de-Lyon, 339
Boats of Quebec and consorts on coast of East-Friesland, 340
Defence of Anholt, 342
Brevdrageren with Langland and consorts, 345
Manly with Loland and consorts, 347
Loss of the St: George, Defence, and Hero, 349
Boats of Active and Cerberus at Pescaro and Ortona, 350
Action off Lissa, 351
Destruction of Giraffe and Nourrice, 362
Belle-Poule and Alceste at Parenza, 363
Alacrity and Abelle, 365
Guadaloupe with Factique and Guêpe, 369
Boats of Unite at Port Hercule, 370
Boats of same and Cephalus on Roman coast, 371
Boats of Thames and Cephalus at Porto del Infreschi, ibid.
Boats of Active at Ragosniza, ibid.
Boats of Pilot at Strongoli, 372
Boats of Impérieuse at Possitano, 373
Boats of same and Thames at Palinuro, ibid.
Capture of the Corceyre, 375
Alceste and Active with Pauline and consorts, 376
Boats of Sabine at Sabiona, 380.
 
DIAGRAMS.

Action of the Seahorse and Badere-Zaffer, 61
Action of the Amethyst and Thétis, 83
Action of the , 159
Action of the Spartan with Ceres and consorts, commencement of action, 248
Action of the Its termination, 249

Action off Lissa.

Grounding of Favorite, 353
Retreat of Corona, Danaé, &c., 356
Capture of Bellone and escape of Flare after surrender, 354

ABSTRACTS

Abstract for 1808 - No 16
Abstract for 1809 - No 17
Abstract for 1810 - No 18
Abstract for 1811 - No 19

PORTRAITS OF SENIOR OFFICERS

Capt Sir James Alexander Gordon
Capt Sir P. V. Broke
Admiral Sir Michael Seymour
Admiral Sir Sydney Smith

APPENDICES
  • 1a     A list of ships of the line and frigates late belonging to the Dutch navy captured, destroyed, wrecked, foundered, or accidentally burnt, during the year 1807
  • 1b     A list of ships of the line and frigates late belonging to the Turkish navy, captured destroyed, wrecked, foundered, or accidentally burnt, during the year 1807
  • 2     A list of ships of the line and frigates late belonging to the Danish navy, captured, destroyed, wrecked, foundered, or accidentally burnt, during the year 1807
  • 3     A list of ships and vessels late belonging to the British navy, captured destroyed, wrecked, foundered, or accidentally burnt, during the year 1807
  • 4     Budget for 1808
  • 5     Lord Collingwood's General Order
  • 6     A list of ships of the line and frigates, late belonging to the French navy, captured, destroyed, wrecked, foundered, or accidentally burnt, during the year 1808
  • 7     A list of ships of the line and frigates late belonging to the Dutch, Danish, Russian, and Turkish navies, respectively, captured, destroyed, wrecked, foundered, or accidentally burnt, during the year 1808
  • 8     A list of the ships and vessels of the ships late belonging to the British navy, captured to the British navy, destroyed, wrecked, foundered, or accidentally burnt, during the year 1808
  • 9     Budget for 1809
  • 10     Not available - but I found it of interest to note why not
  • 11     A list of ships of the line and frigates late belonging to the French navy, captured. destroyed, wrecked, foundered, or accidentally burnt, during the year 1809
  • 12     A list of ships and vessels late belonging to the British navy, captured, destroyed, wrecked, foundered, or accidentally burnt, during the year 1809
  • 13     Budget for 1810
  • 14     Extract of letter from Captain Morice
  • 15     A list of frigates late belonging to the French navy, captured, destroyed, wrecked, foundered, or accidentally burnt, during the year 1810
  • 16     A list of ships and vessels late belonging to the British navy, captured, destroyed, wrecked, foundered, or accidentally burnt, during the year 1810
  • 17     Budget for 1811
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