HMS 'Hydra' at Cape Bagur, 7 August 1807 by British School

HMS 'Hydra' at Cape Bagur, 7 August 1807

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HMS 'Hydra' at Cape Bagur, 7 August 1807

On the evening of 6 August 1807 the 'Hydra', 38 guns, Captain George Mundy, drove three armed French vessels into the Catalan port of Bagur, a narrow rocky harbour defended by a tower and a battery. The following day he anchored off the entrance and opened fire on the Spanish works. The fire was returned but the reply presently slackened and boats were sent in under Lieutenant Edward O'Brien Drury, in spite of a hail of bullets. Nevertheless, the enemy vessels were carried off and the party at the battery re-embarked. The British loss in this gallant enterprise was absurdly small. Only one man was killed and six wounded. For his brave and skilful conduct, Drury was promoted to be Commander.
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