The Operations of the French fleet under the Count de Grasse in 1781-2 as described in two contemporaneous journals by John Gilmary Shea

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The Operations Of The French Fleet Under The Count De Grasse In As Described In Two Author: John Gilmary Shea, Justin Girod-Chantrans. The Operations of the French Fleet Under the Count de Grasse in As Described in Two Contemporaneous Journals, François Joseph Paul de Grasse comte de Grasse: Editor: John Gilmary Shea: Contributors: François Joseph Paul de Grasse comte de Grasse, Justin Girod-Chantrans, George Brydges Rodney Baron Rodney: Publisher: Bradford Club.

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Introduction --Francis Joseph Paul de Grasse-Rouville, count de Grasse, marquis de Tilly --A journal of the cruise of the fleet of His Most Christian Majesty, under the command of the Count de Grasse-Tilly, in and / the Chevalier de Goussencourt --Journal of an officer in the naval army in America, in and --Appendix: Letter.

Francis Joseph Paul de Grasse-Rouville, Count de Grasse, Marquis de TillyA journal of the cruise of the fleet of His Most Christian Majesty, under the command of the Count de Grasse-Tilly, in andby the Chevalier de GoussencourtJournal of an officer in the naval army in America, in and Appendix: Letter from Count de Pages: The Operations of the French fleet under the Count de Grasse inas described in two contemporaneous journals.

By Baron George Brydges Rodney Rodney, The Operations of the French fleet under the Count de Grasse inas described in two contemporaneous journals by Shea, John Gilmary,editor; Goussencourt, chevalier de.

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New York: The Bradford Club. OCLC d'Hozier, Louis (). L'Impot du Sang: ou, La Noblesse de France sur les Champs de Bataille, Volume 2, Part 2 (in French). Paris: Cabinet Historique. OCLC Ketchum, Richard M (). The Operations of the French fleet under the Count de Grasse in [microform]: as described in two contemporaneous journals by Shea, John Gilmary,ed.

: The Operations Of The French Fleet Under The Count De Grasse In (The Era of the American Revolution Series) (): Shea, J.g.: Books. François Joseph Paul de Grasse Nickname(s) Comte de Grasse Born () 13 September Le Bar-sur-Loup, Provence, Fra.

Alexandre Francois Auguste de Grasse, known as Auguste de Grasse and Comte de Grasse-Tilly (Febru – J ), was a French career army was assigned to the French colony of Saint-Domingue inwhere he married in Cap Français, and acquired a plantation and slaves before the Haitian ing the Royal Navy's defeat of the French fleet in Saint.

Introduction --Francis Joseph Paul de Grasse-Rouville, count de Grasse, marquis de Tilly --A journal of the cruise of the fleet of His Most Christian Majesty, under the command of the Count de Grasse-Tilly, in and / by the Chevalier de Goussencourt --Journal of an officer in the naval army in America, in and --Appendix.

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In The Operations of the French Fleet under the Count de Grasse in –2 as Described in Two Contemporaneous Journals. Edited by J. Shea. New York, description ends, –58; HOOD description begins David Hannay, ed.

Letters Written by Sir Samuel Hood (Viscount Hood) in, London, In August, Admiral Sir Thomas Graves led a fleet from New York to attack de Grasse's fleet. Graves did not realize how large the French fleet was, and neither did Cornwallis.

[23] The British fleet was defeated by de Grasse's fleet in the Battle of the Chesapeake on. “A Journal of the Cruise of the Fleet of His Most Christian Majesty, under the Command of the Count de Grasse-Tilly, in and ” In The Operations of the French Fleet under the Count de Grasse in –2 as Described in Two Contemporaneous Journals.

Edited by J. Shea. Jean Baptiste Charles Henri Hector, comte d'Estaing (24 November – 28 April ) was a French general and began his service as a soldier in the War of the Austrian Succession, briefly spending time as a prisoner of war of the British during the Seven Years' exploits during the latter war prompted him to change branches of service, and he transferred to the French Navy.

The Operations of the French Fleet under the Count de Grasse. Call Number: Online - free - Open Library. inas Described in Two Contemporaneous Journals MICRO LAC The Operations of the French Fleet under the Count de Grasse in by John Gilmary Shea.

Call Number: Online - free - HathiTrust. Anglo-French War (–83) Part of the Anglo-French wars: Battle of Cuddalore (June 20th ) between the French navy commanded by the Bailli de Suffren and the British one under the orders of Rear-Admiral Edward Hughes.

An invaluable source on French naval operations is John Gilmary Shea's () The Operations of the French Fleet Under the Count de Grasse in as Described in Two Contemporary Journals. Extracts of Shirley’s journal, including that quoted here, appears in Algernon Aspinall's () West Indian Tales of Old.

His enemies asserted that he owed this command to court intrigues rather than to past service; his friends declared that he assumed it unwillingly and only by the express order of Louis XVI (See The Operations of the French Fleet under the Count de Grasse inas described in Two Contemporaneous Journals (New York, ), 27, 28, The.

APA citation style: Faden, W. () A Plan of the entrance of Chesapeak Bay, with James and York rivers; wherein are shewn the respective positions in the beginning of October 1.⁰ of the British Army commanded by Lord Cornwallis at Gloucester and York in Virginia; 2.⁰ of the American and French forces under General Washington; 3.⁰ and of the French Fleet under Count de Grasse.

A French force of some 6, men under the comte de Rochambeau joined Washington north of New York City, and the two marched for northern Chesapeake Bay.

Concurrently, de Grasse sailed from his base in Haiti, taking north his full force of 28 ships of the line and 3, troops. The Invasion of Tobago was a French invasion of the British-held island of Tobago during the Anglo-Frenchthe fleet of Comte de Grasse landed troops on the island under the command of General Marquis de June 2,they had successfully gained control of the island.

Background. In MarchFrance sent a large fleet consisting of 20 ships of the line and a. The Catholic church - Ebook written by John Gilmary Shea. Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices.

Download for offline reading, highlight, bookmark or take notes while you read The Catholic church. The Invasion of Tobago was a French invasion of the British-held island of Tobago during the Anglo-Frenchthe fleet of Comte de Grasse landed troops on the island under the command of General Marquis de June 2.

Approximately 8, troops under General Washington including a French force of more than 4, commanded by the Count de Rochambeau. The French fleet under the Count de Grasse which blockaded the sea approaches to Yorktown.

With de Grasse were 3, troops under St. Simon. This combined allied force left a screen of troops facing Clinton’s forces in New York while the main Franco-American force, beginning on Aug undertook a rapid march southward to the head of Chesapeake Bay, where it linked up with a French fleet of 24 ships under the comte de Grasse.

This fleet had arrived from the West Indies and was. The Operations of the French Fleet under the Count de Grasse in –2: as described in two contemporaneous journals () read online The Lincoln Memorial () read online The Commodities of the iland called Manati ore Long Ile which is in the continent of Virginia () read online.

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Koningshuis Stadhouders Adelsboek Patriciaat Overige families Politici Nl.-Indie Vroedschappen Bekende Nederl. Count de Grasse’s decision to forsake New York actually simplified matters for General Washington as it left him with only one offensive option against the British.

Washington immediately seized upon a new plan to cooperate with the French navy in. The operations of the French fleet under the Count de Grasse in as described in two contemporary journals.

William Laird Clowes et al. The royal navy: a history from the earliest times to the present, Volume 3. 19 Hardy Fleet Orders, 16 Sept. Corbett, Signals and Instructions, p.

20 Anon, 'Voyage d'un suisse dans différentes colonies d'Amérique pendant la derniere guerre', in The Operations of the French Fleet under the Count De Grasse in — As Described in Two Contemporaneous fournals (New York, ), p.

The first naval engagement after the signing of the treaty took place off Ushant, 27 July,between the French fleet under Count D'Orvilliers and the English under Admiral Keppel. Count de Grasse was in command of the "Robuste", and was severely engaged during the action, which was undecisive in its results.

Promoted to the rank of rear. Photo, Print, Drawing Lord Robert Manners mortally wounded, on board the Resolution, in the memorable engagement between Admiral Rodney & Count de Grasse, in the West Indies, the 12th of April / Metz delin.

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Edited with an introduction by J. Shea. New York: Da Capo Press, Pp. 2.) Nelson's Trafalgar fleet. Of course this had to make the list, although not the largest or most powerful fleet in history, it was one of the best-handled, and recorded one of the most decisive and one sided victories of any naval engagement in history, sinking 22 out of 33 Spanish and French vessels whilst losing none of its own.

3.). The Operations of the French fleet under the Count de Grasse in –2. New York: The Bradford Club. OCLC Greene, Jerome ().

The Guns of Independence: The Siege of Yorktown, New York: Savas Beatie. ISBN OCLC Hallahan, William (). The Day the Revolution Ended. Hoboken, NJ: John Wiley. The Invasion of Tobago was a French expedition in May against the British-held island of Tobago during the American War of fleet of the Comte de Grasse on 24 May landed troops under the command of the Marquis de Bouillé, which successfully gained .

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