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Yarmouth (1782 ship)

Yarmouth was a British merchantman operating on the coast of India in 1782. The French frigate Fine captured her in June 1782. She went on the serve as a storeship in the squadron under Suffren.

                                               

French gun vessel Bombarde (1800 ship)

The "Bombardes", or "Bateaux-bombardiers", were 50-tonne boats designed by Pierre-Alexandre Forfait and Joseph Muskein, and built by engineers such as Fouache. They were originally gunboats "bateaux-canonniers", modified during their construction ...

                                               

Lyssons

Lyssons is a largely residential community located in the parish of St. Thomas, Jamaica. It lies east of the capital, Morant Bay, and neighbors the communities of Retreat, Prospect and Leith Hall.

                                               

Eleonor Jacques Marie Stanislas Perier de Salvert

Perier de Salvert was born to the family of Angelique Ainmee Rosalie de Laduz de Vieuxchamt, and of Antoine Alexis Perier de Salvert. He joined the Navy as a Garde-Marine on 5 April 1762, and was promoted to Lieutenant on 14 February 1778. In 177 ...

                                               

French ship Romulus (1781)

HMS Romulus was a 44-gun ship of the line of the Royal Navy. She was captured by the French Navy in the Chesapeake Bay during the American Revolutionary War and taken into French service as Romulus. She was later razeed to become the frigate Reso ...

                                               

French frigate Aimable (1776)

Aimable took part in the Battle of Rhode Island, where she helped corner HMS Cerberus and Lark and force their crew to scuttle them. On 8 October 1781, she departed Rochefort with Iphigenie, in a division under Captain Kersaint, to take part in t ...

                                               

French ship Destin (1778)

In 1778, Destin cruised in the Eastern Mediterranean. In 1780, she was appointed to the squadrons bound for America. She took part in the Battle of the Chesapeake on 5 September 1781, and in the Battle of the Saintes on 12 April 1782. In 1783, sh ...

                                               

French cutter Clairvoyant (1780)

In 1781, Clairvoyant sailed with the division under Suffren up to Cap Vert. In 1782, she was reconfigured as a brig. Clairvoyant took part in the Battle of the Saintes on 12 April 1782. In 1785, she was wercked at Audierne. The crew was saved.

                                               

Ballon

Ballon, County Carlow Balana in Irish, a village in Ireland Ballon, Sarthe, France Grand Ballon, the apex of the Vosges Mountains in France Ballon, Charente-Maritime, France

                                               

French corvette Sylphide (1763)

From 1776 to 1777, she was under Lieutenant Bide de Maurville. During the War of American Independence, Sylphide served in the Indian Ocean in the squadron under Suffren, ferrying despatches. In early July 1782, during the run-up of the Battle of ...

                                               

William Wynn

William Wynn or William Wynne may refer to: William Wynne historian c. 1671–1704, priest and historian William Watkin Edward Wynne 1801–1880, MP for Merionethshire 1852–1865 and antiquariant William H. Wynn, trade unionist and first president of ...

                                               

Charles Regis de Coriolis dEspinouse

Coriolis dEspinouse was born to the family of Aix-en-Provence. He joined the Navy as Garde-Marine on 1 July 1741, and was promoted to Lieutenant on 11 February 1756. In 1764, he commanded the xebec Requin, ferrying troops to Corsica. In 1769 and ...

                                               

Daniel Campbell

Daniel, Danny or Dan Campbell may refer to: Daniel Campbell Canadian politician 1926–1992, Canadian politician Daniel Campbell constable, special constable of the Dominion Police who shot Albert "Ginger" Goodwin dead Dan Campbell born 1976, Ameri ...

                                               

Anne Karin Hamre

Anne Karin Hamre is a Norwegian politician and civil servant. She served as the County Governor of Sogn og Fjordane county from 2011 until 2018. She was the first woman to hold this position as well as the youngest governor in the country. She wa ...

                                               

Etienne, Marquis de Ganay

He was a son of Charles-Alexandre, Marquis de Ganay 1803–1881 and Elisa Calixte de Pourtales 1810–1877, who inherited the Chateau de Luins in the Swiss Canton of Vaud. His elder brother, Louis Charles Maurice, was the 4th Marquis de Ganay and mar ...

                                               

Artificial ligament

Artificial ligaments are devices used to replace damaged ligaments. Today, the most common use of artificial ligaments is in anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction. Although autotransplantation remains the most common method of ligament recons ...

                                               

Edmund Smith

Edmund Smith may refer to: Edmund Charles Wyldbore Smith 1877–1938, British civil servant, diplomat, and businessman Edmund Smith MP for Helston Edmund Smith soccer 1902–1978, Scottish-US soccer forward Edmund Smith Australian politician 1847–191 ...

                                               

Anhanguera

Anhanguera or Bartolomeu Bueno da Silva is a "bandeirante", named after a word in the Tupi language meaning "old devil" Anhanguera may also refer to:

                                               

French ship Actif

Actif 1821, a brig Actif 1799, a 12-gun brig Actif 1676, a fireship Actif 1963, a coastal tug Fanfaron 1673, a fireship, bore the name during her career Actif 1795, a gunboat Actif 1675, a fireship Actif 1799, a 4-gun cutter Actif 1793, a 2-gun c ...

                                               

John Hinton

John Hinton may refer to: John Hinton Dean of Tuam 1672–1743, Anglican priest in Ireland John Hinton baseball 1876–1920, American baseball player John Hinton priest, Archdeacon of Ossory from 1700 to 1713 John Hinton footballer, English footballe ...

                                               

Paul Methuen

Paul Methuen may refer to: Paul Cobb Methuen 1752–1816, MP for Great Bedwyn 1781–1784 Paul Ayshford Methuen, 4th Baron Methuen 1886–1974, British herpetologist and batrachologist Sir Paul Methuen diplomat c. 1672–1757, British diplomat, Secretary ...

                                               

Francis Charteris

Francis Charteris may refer to: Francis Wemyss-Charteris, 9th Earl of Wemyss 1796–1883, son of the 8th Earl Francis Charteris Scottish aristocrat 1672–1732, famous rake, nicknamed "The Rape-Master General" Francis Wemyss Charteris Douglas, 8th Ea ...

                                               

Jack Hall

Jack Hall footballer, born 1905 1905–?, English-born football forward for Lincoln City, Accrington Stanley and Manchester United Jack Hall footballer, born 1912 1912–2000, English football goalkeeper for Manchester United and Tottenham Hotspur Ja ...

                                               

Sir Henry Hugh Hoare, 3rd Baronet

Sir Henry Hugh Hoare, 3rd Baronet was an English banker, a partner in Hoares Bank, with a particular interest in the affairs of the Church of England.

                                               

Quadruple Alliance

Quadruple Alliance may refer to: In Harry Turtledoves Southern Victory Series, set in an alternate reality where the Confederate States win the American Civil War, a Quadruple Alliance, fights in an alternate Great War 1914-1917 against the Quadr ...

                                               

John Pitt

John Pitt attorney c.1727 – 1805, British Member of Parliament for Gloucester John Pitt of Encombe 1704 – 1787, British Member of Parliament for Dorchester and Wareham and Lord of Trade and the Admiralty John R. Pitt 1885–1971, Canadian politicia ...

                                               

Baudry

Baudry may refer to: Jean-Louis Baudry 1930–2015, French novelist Jacques Baudry de Lamarche 1676–c.1738, Canadian proprietor Andre Baudry 1922–2018, French writer Louis-Narcisse Baudry Des Lozieres 1761–1841, French refugee and explorer Olivier ...

                                               

Leverett

Leverett, Mississippi, an unincorporated community Leveretts Chapel, Texas, an unincorporated community Leverett, Illinois, an unincorporated community Leveretts Chapel Independent School District, Texas Leverett, Massachusetts, a town

                                               

White Horse Tavern

White Horse Tavern Douglassville, Pennsylvania, listed on the NRHP in Berks County White Horse Tavern Newport, Rhode Island, built in 1673, listed on the NRHP in Rhode Island, possibly oldest operating tavern in America White Horse Inn Oakland, C ...

                                               

James Lowther

James Lowther may refer to: James Lowther politician, born 1840 1840–1904, Tory politician and sportsman, sometime Chief Secretary for Ireland, Member of Parliament for the Isle of Thanet, Lincolnshire North, and York James Lowther, 1st Earl of L ...

                                               

Hans Hamilton (disambiguation)

Hans Hamilton was an Irish MP for County Dublin from 1797 to 1822. Hans Hamilton may also refer to: Sir Hans Hamilton, 2nd Baronet 1673–1731, Irish MP for County Armagh and Carlingford Hans Hamilton c. 1758–1822, Anglo-Irish politician Hans Hamil ...

                                               

Faucon

Saint-Julien-le-Faucon, Calvados Faucon-du-Caire, Alpes-de-Haute-Provence Faucon-de-Barcelonnette, Alpes-de-Haute-Provence Aunou-le-Faucon, Orne Villers-Faucon, Somme Faucon, Vaucluse

                                               

Wiktoria

Wiktoria, Masovian Voivodeship, a village in the administrative district of Gmina Strachowka, within Wolomin County, Masovian Voivodeship, in east-central Poland

                                               

Herbivore effects on plant diversity

People used to think herbivores increase plant diversity by avoiding dominance. Dominant species tend to exclude subordinate species as competitive exclusion. However, the effects on plant diversity caused by variation in dominance could be benef ...

                                               

Winter Offensive

Winter Offensive or variation may refer to: Second Winter Campaign of 1921 between the Ukrainian Peoples Army and Soviet Ukraine during the Ukrainian–Soviet War Winter operations 1914–1915 by the British Empire against Imperial Germany during Wor ...

                                               

Mahratta

the Marathi language and those who spoke that language, primarily residing in the state of Maharashtra in India the Maratha Empire 1674–1820, India the Maratha caste, a ruling/warrior class of the Indian subcontinent

                                               

Richard Gethin

Richard Gethin may refer to: Major Sir Richard Gethin, Sir Richard Joseph St Lawrence Gethin, 10th Baronet born 1949, of the Gethin baronets Sir Richard Walter St Lawrence Gethin, 8th Baronet 1878–1946, of the Gethin baronets Sir Richard Patrick ...

                                               

Pontchartrain

Louis Phelypeaux 1643-1727, comte de Pontchartrain, French statesman Jerome Phelypeaux, comte de Pontchartrain, French statesman 1674–1747, the son of

                                               

Socellia gens

The gens Socellia was an obscure plebeian family at ancient Rome. No members of this gens are mentioned by ancient writers, but several are known from inscriptions.

                                               

Robillard (surname)

Robillard is a surname of French origin. It is not uncommon in Canada and is known in certain areas of the United States, especially New England. Variations of the name include Rabior, Rebeor and Rubeor. Notable people with this name include: Cha ...

                                               

William Gore

William Gore may refer to: William Gore priest died 1731, Church of Ireland priest William Crampton Gore 1871–1946, Irish artist Willem Baa Nip 1836 – 1885, also known as King Billy, William Gore or Billy Wa-wha, was a member of the Wathaurung Si ...

                                               

Hugh Campbell (disambiguation)

Hugh Campbell is a former American football and Canadian football player, coach, and executive. Hugh Campbell may also refer to: Hugh Campbell Australian politician c. 1854–1921, Australian politician Hugh Campbell footballer born 1911, Scottish ...

                                               

John Home (disambiguation)

John Home was a Scottish writer. John Home may also refer to: Sir John Home, 3rd Baronet c. 1730 of the Home baronets Sir John Home, 2nd Baronet died 1706 of the Home baronets Sir John Home, 12th Baronet 1872–1938 of the Home baronets Sir John Ho ...

                                               

Scania (disambiguation)

Scania is the southernmost province of Sweden. Scania may also refer to: People Duchess of Scania Duke of Scania Places 460 Scania, asteroid named after the province of Scania Companies Scania AB Scania-Vabis, Swedish automotive manufacturer with ...

                                               

Richard Temple

Richard Temple may refer to: Richard Temple MP c.1726–1749, MP for Downton Sir Richard Temple, 3rd Baronet 1634–1697, English politician Sir Richard Carnac Temple 1850–1931, nineteenth-century writer on India and Burma Richard Temple bass-bariton ...

                                               

Thomas Matthews

Thomas or Tom Matthews may refer to: Thomas Matthews Australian cricketer 1905–1990, Australian cricketer Thomas Matthews engineer 1849–1930, British civil engineer Thomas A. Matthews, American astronomer T. S. Matthews Thomas Stanley Matthews, 1 ...

                                               

Adelaide of Savoy

Adelaide of Savoy may refer to: Adelaide d. aft. 1134, daughter of Amadeus II, Count of Savoy, wife of Manasses, sire de Coligny Adelaide of Maurienne 1092–1154, daughter of Umberto II, Count of Savoy, married first Louis VI of France and then Ma ...

                                               

Henry Hoare (disambiguation)

Henry Hoare was an English banker and garden owner-designer. Henry Hoare may also refer to: Sir Henry Hugh Hoare, 3rd Baronet 1762–1841, banker Henry Hoare banker 1677–1725, his father Henry Hoare cricketer, born 1844 1844–1931, cricketer for Oxf ...

                                               

Sir Robert Maude, 1st Baronet

Sir Robert Maude, 1st Baronet was an Anglo-Irish politician. Maude sat in the Irish House of Commons as the Member of Parliament for Gowran from 1703 to 1713. Between 1713 and 1727 he represented St Canice, before sitting for Bangor from 1727 to ...

                                               

Mary Clark

Mary Clark may refer to: Mary Jane Clark born 1954, American author Mary Clark printer active 1677–1696, London printer and publisher Mary Kitson Clark 1905–2005, British archaeologist Mary Higgins Clark 1927–2020, American author Mary Clark Thom ...