This chapter focuses on the French expedition's arrival in Bantry Bay, Ireland. It considers the impact of the death of Louis Lazare Hoche and looks at Theobald Wolfe Tone's account indicating France's naval ineptitude contrasting with astounding military record. This chapter also evaluates Britain's mastery of the seas in relation to the French expedition and suggests that England's strategy of open blockade was particularly ineffective.
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