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nt. The command of a fleet going out to the West Indies was given to him, and he was instructed to throw supplies into Gibraltar, at that time besieged by the Spaniards, on his way to his destination On the way to Gibraltar, he fell in with a SpaniGibraltar, he fell in with a Spanish fleet of eleven sail of the line, commanded by Admiral Don Juan de Langara, and after a running fight, which lasted ten hours, succeeded in capturing five or six of them--one of them having blown up during the action, with the loss of every soul lemma, but was relieved by the Spaniard, who told him that if he would trust to his honor, be would take the prize into Gibraltar and deliver it to the proper authorities. He took him at his word and the Spaniard was true to the very letter. This sonry which more vulgar spirits cannot comprehend. We had nearly forgotten our narrative.--Rodney, after relieving Gibraltar, went to the West Indies, where in company with Gen. Vaughan, he captured and pillaged St. Eustatia. The wealth on thi