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arms, London, the twenty-second day of January, one thousand seven hundred and seventy-one.

(Signed) (L.S.)

LE PRINCE DE MASSERANO.

Translation of his Catholic Majelly's Order for the Restoration of Falk

land's Isand.

It being agreed between the King and his Britannic Majesty, by a Convention, figned at London on the 22d of January last past, by the Prince of Masserano and the Earl of Rochford, that the Great Malouine, called by the English Falkland island, should be immediately replaced in the precise situation in which it was before it was evacuated by them on the 10th of June last year ; I signify to you, by the King's order, that as soon as the perfon commissioned by the Court of London shall present himself to you, with this, you order the delivery of the Port de la Crusada, or Egmont, and its fort and dependencies, to be effected; as also that of all the artillery, ammunition, and effects, that were found there, belonging to his Britannic Majesty and his subjects, according to the inventories figned by George Farmer and William Maltby, Esqrs. on the 11th of July of the said year, at the time of their quitting the fame ; of which I send you the inclosed copies, authenticated under my hand ; and that as soon as the one and the other shall be effected, with the due formalities, you cause to retire immediately the officer, and other subjects of the King which may be there. God preserve you many years, Pardo, Feb. 7, 1771.

The Balio Fray Don JULIAN DE ARRIAGA, To Don Philip Ruiz Puente.

Note 9.--A Lift of the Squadron sent to the East Indies, under

the Command of Rear-Admiral Sir Robert Harland, Bart,

in 1771.

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Note 10.--A List of the Squadron fent to Jamaica, under the

Command of Vice-Admiral Sir George Brydges Rodney,
Bart. in 1771.
Ships.

Guns. Commanders.

SSir Geo: B. Rodney, Bart. VicePrincess Amelia,

80

Capt. John Symons.
Boyne,

Thomas Burnet.
Modeste,

J. Wheelock.
Prudent,

64 A. Schomberg
Achilles,

Richard Collins.
Diana,

32

Richard Onflow.
Note 11.-A List of the Squadron, under the Command of

Captain John Stot, fent to receive Port Egmont from the
Spaniards, 1771.
Ships.

Guns. Commanders.
Juno,

32 John Stot.
Hound,

14 William Burnaby. Florida, storeship.

Note 12.-A List of the Squadron fent, under the Command

of Captain John Macbride, to escort the Queen of Denmark
from Elfineur to Stade, 1772.
Ships.

Guns, Commanders.
Southampton,

32 John Macbride.
Seaford,

24 Henry Davis. Cruizer,

12 James Cumming.

Note 13.-A List of the Squadron sent to cruize to the Weft.

ward, in June 1772, under the Command of Rear-Admiral Spry. Ships.

Guns. Commanders.

Rear-Admiral Richard Spry.
Ocean,

Capt. Joseph Knight.
Royal Oak,

74

George Balfour.
Terrible,

74

Mariot Arbuthnot.
Centaur,

74

John Bentinck.
Albion,

74

Hon. Samuel Barrington,
Worcester,

Richard Hughes.
Raisonable,

64

Hon. Henry St. John. Thames,

32

William Locker.
Cerberus,
28 John Brisbane.

Note

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Note 14. P. 29.-Lift of the Fleet, under the Command of

Sir Edward Hughes, sent to the East Indies.
Ships.

Guns. Commanders,

Sir Edward Hughes, Knight, Salisbury,

50

Commodore.

Capt. Geo. Robinson Walters, Coventry,

28 Benjamin Marlow. Dolphin,

24

Sir John Clerke, Knt,
Seahorse,

George Farmer.
Swallow,

16 James Pigot.

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Note 15. P. 29.-List of the Fleet on the Jamaica Station,

under the Command of Rear-Admiral Clark Gayton.

20

I 2

Ships.

Guns. Commanders.
Antelope,

S Clark Gayton, Esq; Rear-Ad. 50

Capt. William Juda.
Maidstone,

28

Alan Gardner.
Squirrel,

Stair Douglas.
Lyox,

A. Scott,
Note 15. continued. - List of the Fleet in the Mediterranean,

under Rear-Admiral Robert Man.
Ships.

Guns. Commanders.
Medway,

Robert Man, Esq; Rear-Admiral. 60

Capt. William Afeck.
Alarm,

32 John Stot.
Enterprize,

28 Sir Thomas Rich, Bart. Levant,

28

George Murray.
Liverpool,

28

Henry Bellew.
Raven,

14

John Stanhope.
Zephyr,

Hon. William Waldegrave.

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Note 16.-A List of the Fleet at Spithead, when reviewed by

the King

Ships.
Barfleur, ad

Royal Oak, 6

Guns. Commanders,
90 Edward Vernon.

Thomas Pye, Efq; Vice-Admiral 74

of the Red.
Capt. George Balfour.
George Lord Edgecumbe, Vice-
Admiral of the Blue.

.
(B 4)

Ocean,

Dublin, c

74 { Capt. P. H. Ourry.

Ships.

Ocean, d

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Egmont, 6
Resolution,
Kent, d
Albion, c
Torbay, c
Lenox, b
Centaur, b
Terrible, d
Triumph, d
Marlborough, d
Boyne,
Raisonable, d
Somerset, d
Worcester, 7
Asia, 6
St. Albans, b
Orpheus, a
Thames, b
Wasp,
Hazard,
Speedwell,
Augufta, (yacht)

Guns. Commanders..

Richard Spry, Efq; Rear-Ad,

miral of the White. Capt. Joseph Knight. 74

Edward Jekyll. 74

William Hotham. 74

C. Fielding: 74

Hon. Samuel Barrington, 74

Francis Samuel Drake. 74

Robert Roddam. 74

J. Bentinck. 74

Mariot Arbuthnot, 74

M. Suckling 74

J. Evans.
70

T. Burnet.
T. Graves.
Edward Hughes.
Richard Hughes.
Richard King

C. Douglas.
32 John Macbride.
32

W. Locker.
8

St. John Chinnery. 8

J. Ford. 8

Richard Pearson. 8

Richard Bickerton.

64 64 64 64

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Note 17.-List of the Fleet sent to cruize in the Channel in

1774, under the Command of Vice-Admiral Sir James Douglas.

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a The ship on board of which the Admiralty entertained the King.

Remained at Spithead with Sir Thomas Pye. « Returned to Plymouth with Lord Edgecumbe.

Sailed on a cruize with Siç Richard Spri.

A List of his Majesty's Ships on the following Stations, 1774.

Note 18.-IN THE EAST INDIES.
Ships.

Guns. Commanders.
Salisbury,

Sir Edward Hughes, Commodore. 50

| Capt. George Robinson Walters. Coventry,

23 Benjamin Marlow. Dolphin,

24 Sir John Clerke, Knt. Seahorse,

24 George Farmer. Swallow,

16 James Pigot.

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Note 20.-IN THE MEDITERRANEAN.

Rear-Admiral Robert Man,
Medway,

60 Capt. William Affleck.
Alarm,

32 John Stot,
Enterprize,

Sir Thomas Rich.
Levant,

28 George Murray.
Liverpool,

28

Henry Bellew.
Raven,

14

John Stanhope.
Zephyr,

14

Hon. W. Waldegrave.

28

Note 21.-A List of the Fleet under Vice-Admiral Graves in

North America, when he affumed the Command, June
3oth, 1774.
Ships.
Guns. Men. Commanders.

Stations.
Vice-Ad. Graves,
Preston, 50 300 Capt. J. Robinson,
Tartat,

28 160 Ed. Medows, Mercury,

J. Macartney,
Lively,

130
T. Bishop,

Boston.
Savage, floop, 8 60 H. Bromedge,
Canceaux, arm. sh. 6 45 Lieut. H. Mouat,
St. Lawrence, schr. 6

30

R. Dundas, Magdalene, ditto, 6

H. Colins,
Halifax, ditto, 6

30
J. Nunn,

Swan

20

130

20

30

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