Invincible summer 1758

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Invincible summer 1758 - Ex trad of a Letter from Portfmouth, dated June...
Ex trad of a Letter from Portfmouth, dated June 11. ' A Report prevails here, that the Lyme Man of War 'of 20 Guns, is taken by a French Man of War of fu* fu* perior Force, jdtet an obftinate and bloody Engage'« Engage'« ment. ' On Friday Morning his Majefty's Ship the Lenox, of ' 74 Guns, fell down to St. Helens; and on Saturday * Morning early fet fail for the Bay, to join Lord Anfon. * Same Morning two fmall French Privateers appeared ' off St. Helens, and precipitately flood away to Sea a' a' gain: The Scorpion Sloop of War flipp'd her Cable '* and (as 'tis fuppofed) went to look after them ; but fhe mifs'dher Stays sear the Invincible, and ftuck faft near « an Hour. It being flowing Water, flie got off without * any Damage.

Clipped from The Public Advertiser13 Jun 1758, TuePage 2

The Public Advertiser (London, Greater London, England)13 Jun 1758, TuePage 2
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