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Authentic narrative of the loss of the Ville de Paris, and of all her crew except one, about five months after she was captured from the enemy, in the glorious victory obtained by Admiral Sir George Bridges Rodney, April 12, 1782, as communicated by the survivor. Also the particulars of the sanguinary engagement between his majesty's ship Amethyst, and the French National frigate, La Thetis. Preview this item
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Authentic narrative of the loss of the Ville de Paris, and of all her crew except one, about five months after she was captured from the enemy, in the glorious victory obtained by Admiral Sir George Bridges Rodney, April 12, 1782, as communicated by the survivor. Also the particulars of the sanguinary engagement between his majesty's ship Amethyst, and the French National frigate, La Thetis.

Publisher: London, Printed for Thomas Tegg, 1809.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English
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OCLC Number: 15532132
Description: 28 pages 18 cm

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