The dispatches and letters of vice admiral ... Nelson, with notes by sir N.H. Nicolas, Volume 5

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sir Nicholas Harris Nicolas
1845
 

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To Captain Page H M Ship Caroline Piccadilly 4th March
46
To Captain Murray 22nd March
50
To Sir Evan Nepean Bart London 6th April
56
To Captain Sutton 6th May
62
To Admiral the Earl of St Vincent 20th May
68
To the Hon Admiral William Cornwallis At Sea 23rd May
75
To Lord Radstock Off Lisbon 2nd June
77
To Sir John Acton 10th June
83
To Captain Cracraft 16th June
89
To his Excellency Mr Elliot Off Capri 25th June
95
To his Excellency Mr Elliot Off Capri 25th June
101
To his Excellency Hugh Elliot Esq 29th June
111
To the Earl of St Vincent Off Monte Christo 2nd July
114
To H R H the Duke of Clarence Off Monaco 5th July
121
Memoranda
127
To the Earl of St Vincent 12th July
133
To Captain Staines Off Toulon 25th July
139
To Sir Evan Nepean Bart Off Toulon 27th July
145
To Captain Sutton Off Toulon 1st August
151
To Sir Evan Nepean Bart Off Toulon 9th August
153
To Abraham Gibbs Esq Off Toulon 11 th August
159
To the Imperial Consul at Malta Off Toulon 13th August
165
To Lieutenant Layman Off Toulon 22nd August
171
To John Tyson Esq Off Toulon 25th August
177
To J Falcon Esq Off Tonlon 26th August
180
To Sir Evan Nepean Bart Off Toulon 26th August
186
To his Excellency Hugh Elliot Victory 2nd September
192
To his Excellency Hugh Elliot 8th September
198
To Lieutenant Harding Shaw Off Toulon 16th September
205
To Sir Evan Nepean Bart Off Toulon 25th September
211
To the Bight Honourable Henry Addington
215
To Captain H M Sloop 4th October
221
To J B Gibert Esq Barcelona Off Toulon 6th October
227
To Sir Evan Nepean Bart Off Toulon 7th October
233
To Captain Ryves Victory 8 th October
240
To John Palmer Esq Off Toulon 14th October
246
To the Reverend Dr Nelson Off Toulon 18th October
252
To Count Woronzow 19th October
255
To Count Mocenigo 22nd October
261
To Sir Evan Nepean Bart Gulf of Palma 14th December
312
To Sir Evan Nepean Bart At Sea 19th December
316
To the respective Admirals Captains c At Sea 21st December
322
To Nathaniel Taylor Esq At Sea 22nd December
328
To Mr Thomas Longstaff Madalena Islands 28th December
334
To General Villettes 31st December
340
To Mr Patrick Wilkie Madalena Islands 1st January
342
To the Dey of Algiers 9th January
349
To Commissioner Otway At Sea 10th January
355
To Sir Evan Nepean Bart At Sea 10th January
362
To RearAdmiral Sir Richard Bickerton Bart
368
To the Respective FlagOfficers e At Sea 16th January
375
To Admiral the Earl of St Vincent K B 19th January
379
To Alexander Davison Esq 20th January
385
To RearAdmiral Sir Richard Bickerton Bart
391
To Captain Donnelly Madalena Islands 30th January
397
To Captain Parker At Sea 7th February
401
To Mr Richard Ford Madalena Islands 10th February
407
To Sir Alexander Ball Bart Victory 1 lth February
413
Memorandum Sardinia 14th February
419
To Captain John Whitby Madalena Islands 19th February
425
To Nathaniel Taylor Esq At Sea 20th February
427
To the Captains of either of his Majestys Ships undermentioned
433
To the respective Captains c At Sea 13th March
439
To James Cutforth Esq At Sea 15th March
445
To Captain Gore At Sea 17th March
451
To Captain Layman At Sea 19th March
457
To Captain Philip Lamb At Sea 20th March
463
To Captain Schomberg At Sea 20th March
469
To Alexander Davison Esq Victory 28th March
475
To the Captain or Commander of any of H M Ships e arriving
481
To Admiral the Earl of St Vincent K B Victory 6th April
487
To the Right Honourable George Rose Victory 8th April
488
To Miss Horatia Nelson Thomson Victory 13th April
494
To Captain Shepheard At Sea 17th April
500
To Miss Charlotte Nelson Victory 19th April
506
To William Marsden Esq At Sea 20th April
512
To J B Gibert Esq At Set 26th April
517

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