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It was with great difficulty that he was first conveyed from the Junon, to one of the French frigates; a very heavy sea running at the time. He was there placed in the captain's cabin; but, unfortunately, under the sup_ position that all English frigate was in sight, the ship was cleared for action, and Captain ShorUaml was removed into the gun. room. The Observatellr having given the necessary intelligence tt) Sir Alexander Cochrane, several English vessels made their appearance before Basseterre; in consequence of which, the French were ment to pay the same tribute of pmise to those of the Clorinde.
Atl. ~~tOll. mol. ~XIV • l' 34 CORltESPONllENCE. orne very considerable matters wiil be warmly decided. The pnhlic atrah5 appear with a heavy and sour disposition; and the minds and actions of mo,t persons are tinctured with malice and revcllge; which will ocCrtsion ver:'i high disputes. Snc!. mattcrs are now approaching, and will be brought to light, as the most kuuwing and intelligent persulls but little dreamed of. Variety of affairs are now upon the am·il. alian princes undel' great consternation.