After a short but rough passage of thirty days, we anchored in Quiberon Bay, the wind not suiting to enter the Loire.
Wouldn't you and yours have forgiven the victims of Quiberon?
A little later, flying the Stars-and-Stripes at her masthead, she anchored off the bay at Quiberon.
Before these horrible events were known in England, Ministers prepared to succour the vanguard at Quiberon.
In the midst of the debates upon the draft-constitution there arrived the news of Hoche's victory at Quiberon.
Windham now persistently urged an expedition to Brittany; and the Quiberon and Yeu enterprises were largely due to him.
The note alluded to had been received, and forwarded unopened, to the Admiral in Quiberon Bay.
It contains Hawke's autograph, and is possibly the one in use by him when he "came sweeping from the West" at Quiberon.
Quiberon has what may almost be called an ideal hotel, except that it is unworldly and not the least new.
Mr Pitt's expedition to Quiberon was most ill judged, and ended in defeat and disgrace.