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The Royal Navy a History From the Earliest Times to Present volume 3

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The Royal Navy a History From the Earliest Times to Present volume 3
W Laird William Laird Clowes
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1781. ] ABBUTHXOT AXD DES TOUCHES.
491 in men, but also were so damaged aloft as to be crippled. The British Vice-Admiral, keeping the signal for the line flying, and not hoisting that for close action, appears to have caused a movement of indecision in the squadron, — an evidence again of the hold which the line then still had upon men's minds. Of this des Touches cleverly availed himself, by ordering his sliips to wear in succession. The French column filed by the three disabled British vesse
...ls (d), gave them their broadsides one by one, and then hauled off to the eastward, quitting Arbuxhmot a!--)d Destouches.
/6 ^" Ma/jch. /7a/ 0^0 ^A b"' , -o-V C wind A >»» wind BCD D AIIBUTHNOT AND DES TOUCHED.
the field (D). Arbuthnot made signal to wear in pursuit, Ijut the Bohust and Prudent^ two of the van ships, were now wholly un- manageable from the concentration of fire upon them caused by des Touches's last movement; and the maintopsail yard of i\\Q London^ the only British three-decker, had been shot away.


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