Excerpt from A Description of Gibraltar: With an Account of the Blockade, Siege, the Attempt by Nine Sail of Fire-Ships, the Sally Made From the Garrison, and Every Thing Remarkable or Worthy Notice That Has Occurred in That Place Since the Commencement of the Spanish War Printed for B. Corn'well, No. 198, f'lcct-street, near temple-bar; and fold by richardson and Unogrmn'r, royal-exchange; R. F aul pxa, No. 42, New bond-street; and by all the Boolcfcllers in Town and Country.
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