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   Espece d'oiseau nocturne, qui a des ailes membraneuses, et qui ressemble à une souris; dites, "chauve-souris", s. f.

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  • HMS Volage — Six ships of the Royal Navy have borne the name HMS Volage :*HMS Volage was a 22 gun sixth rate. She was formerly a French privateer and was captured by HMS Melampus in 1798 and broken up in 1804. *HMS Volage was a 22 gun sixth rate launched in… …   Wikipedia

  • HMS Volage (1807) — HMS Volage was a sixth rate frigate of the Royal Navy. She served during the Napoleonic Wars. Volage was built by Chapman, of Bideford and was launched on 23 March 1807. She was sent to the Mediterranean in 1808, soon after completion under… …   Wikipedia

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  • HMS Melampus (1785) — HMS Melampus was a Royal Navy fifth rate frigate.Design and construction Melampus was ordered from James Martin Hillhouse, of Bristol on 17 April 1782 as a 38 gun fifth rate. Laid down in December 1793, she was amended to carry 36 guns by… …   Wikipedia

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