Definitions containing the term hood, samuel, viscount
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Please Let Your Mother Out from Under The Hood
Roben-Hood, Big Rapids, Michigan USA
Lake Hood Strip Airport, Anchorage, Alaska USA
Hood River Airport, Hood River, Oregon USA
Hood River Meadows
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Robin Hood Group
Wall Mounted range Hood
Mt. Hood Railroad Company
Samuel W. Griggs
Samuel W. Griggs Art Gallery
Lake Hood SeaPlane Base, Anchorage, Alaska USA
Hood Rat Artists
Freddie Samuel Rossalino
What does hood, samuel, viscount mean?
- Hood, Samuel, Viscount
- a distinguished admiral, born at Thorncombe; entered the navy in 1740, and rising rapidly in his profession evinced high qualities as a leader; in 1782 he brilliantly outmanoeuvred De Grasse in the West Indies, and under Rodney played a conspicuous part in the destruction of the French fleet at the battle of Dominica, for which he was rewarded with an Irish peerage; he defeated Fox in the celebrated Westminster election, became a Lord of the Admiralty, and as commander of the Mediterranean fleet during the revolutionary wars, captured the French fleet at Toulon and reduced Corsica; in 1796 he was created a viscount (1724-1816).