Leave the foudroyant outside, and hoist your flag in the Culloden, to carry on operations with the General.
That of the Monmouth was 540 pounds, that of the foudroyant was 1136 pounds.
The court was held on board the “foudroyant,” which was British territory—a most indefensible proceeding.
The "foudroyant" came in sight on the afternoon of the 24th.
She asked Lord Keith in her own proper person for the foudroyant to take her back.
The foudroyant, which was taken into the service, was looked upon for many years as the finest ship in the British Navy.
Nelson did not approve of the truce, nor did Lady Hamilton, who was aboard the foudroyant.
The expedition was destroyed, and the foudroyant had the whole honour of the victory.
The helm was eased a little, and the ship sheered nearer to le foudroyant.
The next instant the oars fell, and the gig whirled round under the foudroyant's stern and came glancing up toward his own skiff.