A Narrative of the Proceedings of His Majesty's Fleet in the Mediterranean, and the Combined Fleets of France and Spain, from the Year 1741, to March 1744: Including an Accurate Account of the Late Fight Near Toulon, and the Causes of Our Miscarriage: the Lines of Battle on Both Sides, Plans of Villa Franca, Naples, Hieres Bay, and Toulon: the French Admiral's Journal in French and English, from the Time He Left Toulon, Until He Anchored with His Fleet in Alicant Road. Likewise Some Signals Greatly Wanted on the Late Occasion: and a List of Captains and Lieutenants Made by Admiral Mathews in the Mediterranean, Their Different Removes, &c. with Many Useful Observations, Volume 7
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