Villeneuve had been waiting till the Spaniards were ready, and till a favourable wind would allow him to sail.
Villeneuve was sent to England, and permitted to return to France.
He was already in the parlor when she came down, and soon they were away to Villeneuve.
Villeneuve reported that he could not leave Cadiz for some time.
As you journey from Villeneuve, with what a gentle, bland magnificence does the valley expand before you!
Villeneuve, like Nelson, had originally divided his fleet into three divisions.
Villeneuve, seeing that all was lost, now woke up and cut his cables.
Then he was asked in what house in Villeneuve his mother's friends resided.
St. Maurice is in the Rhone valley, some sixteen miles from Villeneuve.
But as our Nelson dealt with Villeneuve, so Phormio dealt with them.