The name of La Hogue acted as a spell on all who were proud of the glory of the English arms.
Tourville; the famous French admiral, who commanded at La Hogue.
It was soon known that these salutes were fired on account of the battle of La Hogue.
The whole nation smarted under the disasters which had followed on the great victory of La Hogue, Party struggles.
But his newly acquired sea power was severely shaken at La Hogue.
The voyage was short and favorable, and the expedition landed at La Hogue, on the small peninsula of Cotentin, without opposition.
But the hopes of James and his companions in exile were now higher than they had been since the day of La Hogue.
How much these secret protestations of loyalty to James meant, was shown in 1692 by the event of the battle of La Hogue.
He landed at La Hogue, and as he landed he fell so violently that his nose began to bleed.
The battle of La Hogue was a death-blow to the project of a Stuart restoration by help of foreign arms.