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“Saumarez, too, noticed that his topsails were beginning to swell, and he instantly slipped his cable and endeavoured to close with the _Indomptable_, signalling his ships to do the same.”
“She then steered for the _Indomptable_, an 80-gun ship, and sustained at the same moment the fire of two Spanish seventy-fours.”
“A little after ten o'clock the _Caesar_ dropped anchor three cables 'lengths from the _Indomptable_, and opened a fire which the French themselves described as "tremendous" upon her antagonist.”
“Unfortunately three French line-of-battle ships were within that circle — the _Indomptable_, the”
“Trafalgar, he informs us that the French ship _Indomptable_ (84),”
“The Indomptable, 80, ran foul of the Resolve frigate, and totally dismasted her.”
“_Indomptable_ till day dawned, he felt it rising louder and angrier, every hour.”
“Tone was in the _Indomptable_, 80 guns, commanded by a Canadian, named Bedout; Hoche and the Admiral in the frigate _Fraternite_; Grouchy, so memorable for the part he played then and afterwards, was second in command.”
“Did you never hear Colonel Cutler and Major Slasher talking over the war after dinner? or Captain Boarder describing his action with the 'Indomptable?”
“_Indomptable_, all hung with lanterns, its deck crowded with a despairing crew, was forced from its anchors by the hurricane, and shattered against the rocks.”
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