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" Berry immediately communicated to the admiral, who, though suffering severely from his wound, came upon deck, where the first consideration that struck his mind was concern for the danger of so many lives, to save as many as possible of whom he ordered... "
A Remonstrance, Addressed to the Rev. Richard Warner: On the Subject of His ... - Page 34
by William Falconer - 1804 - 52 pages
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The Naval Chronicle, Volume 1

James Stanier Clarke, Stephen Jones, John Jones - Naval art and science - 1799
...involving the whole of the after part of the ship in flames. This circumstance Captain Berry immediately communicated to the admiral, who, though suffering severely from his wound, came upon deck, where the first consideration that struck his mind was concern for the danger of so many...
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The British trident; or, Register of naval actions, from ... the Spanish ...

Archibald Duncan - 1805
...whole after part of the ship was soon involved in flames. This circumstance Captain Berry immediately communicated to the admiral, who though suffering severely from his wound, came upon deck, where the first consideration that struck his mind, was concern for the danger of so many...
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The History of the War: From the Commencement of the French ..., Volume 1

Hewson Clarke - Europe - 1816 - 478 pages
...involving the whole of the after-part of the ship in flames. This circumstance captain Berry immediately communicated to the admiral ; who, though suffering severely from his wound, came immediately apon deck, where the first consideration that struck his benevolent mind, was, concern...
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Lives of eminent and illustrious Englishmen, ed. by G. G. Cunningham

Englishmen - History - 1836
...involving the whole of the after-part of the ship in flames. This circumstance Captain Berry immediately communicated to the admiral, who, though suffering severely from his wound, came upon deck, where the first consideration that struck his mind, was concern for the danger of so many...
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The dispatches and letters of vice admiral ... Nelson, with notes by sir N.H ...

Horatio Nelson (1st visct.) - 1845
...involving the whole of the after part of the Ship in flames. This circumstance Captain Berry immediately communicated to the Admiral, who, though suffering...save as many as possible of whom he ordered Captain Bern' to make every practicable exertion. A boat, the only one that could swim, was instantly dispatched...
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The dispatches and letters of vice admiral ... Nelson, with notes by sir N.H ...

Horatio Nelson (1st visct.) - 1845
...involving the whole of the after part of the Ship in flames. This circumstance Captain Berry immediately communicated to the Admiral, who, though suffering...that struck his mind was concern for the danger of so mnny lives, to save as many as possible of whom he ordered Captain Berry to make every practicable...
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A history of England in the lives of Englishmen, Volume 6

George Godfrey Cunningham - Great Britain - 1853
...involving the whole of the after-part of the ship in flames. This circumstance Captain Berry immediately communicated to the admiral, who, though suffering severely from his wound, came upon deck, where the first consideration that struck his mind, was concern for the danger of so many...
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Nelson; the public and private life of Horatio, viscount Nelson: as told by ...

George Lathom Browne - Biography & Autobiography - 1891 - 472 pages
...presently involving the whole after-part of the ship in flames, This circumstance Captain Berry immediately communicated to the admiral, who though suffering severely from his wound, came up on deck, where the first consideration that struck his mind was concern for the danger of so many lives,...
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The Story of the British Navy

Harold Felix Baker Wheeler - 1922 - 383 pages
...involving the whole of the after part of the ship in flames. This circumstance Captain Berry immediately communicated to the Admiral, who, though suffering severely from his wound, came up on deck, where the first consideration that struck his mind was concern for the danger of so many lives,...
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