The roadstead of Lorient is a great deep-water harbour, which can shelter the largest ships afloat.
Late that night the light cavalry from Lorient rode into Paradise.
I hear that you have, at Lorient, three vessels of the India company, of forty guns and eight hundred tons.
The squadron sailed from Lorient on the 14th of August, 1779.
That means the troops from Lorient, and a wretched lot of bushwhacking and guerrilla work.
After this battle, so glorious for both sides, Blakely put into Lorient.
He went to the harbor of Lorient, on the west coast of France, to choose a ship.
Helene seems to have made Lorient too hot for herself, and had to go elsewhere.
Labb assumed the command, and took her back to Lorient on the 23rd of August, 1773.
I went forth, accompanied by the hospitable officers of the place, in addition to those who brought me to Lorient.