The dispatches and letters of vice admiral ... Nelson, with notes by sir N.H. Nicolas, Volume 3

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Marques de Nisa - Benjamin (onde serve Guilherme Marryatt)

Contents

Battle of the Nile
48
To Admiral the Earl of St Vincent K B Commander in Chief
56
Remarks on the Battle of the Nile
62
To Captain Edward Berry
91
To Lieutenant Duval Mouth of the Nile 9th August
97
To the Honourable Captain Capel Mouth of the Nile 13th August
103
To Francis J Jackson Esq His Majestys Minister at the Ottoman
109
To the Captains of such of His Majestys Ships as may be in search
116
To Captain Hood Vanguard at Sea 13th September
122
To Admiral the Earl of St Vincent K B 20th September
128
To Lady Nelson 28th September
134
To Lady Hamilton Naples 3rd October
140
To Earl Spencer K G Naples 9th October
146
To the flight Hon Sir William Hamilton K
152
To Captain Ball 25th October
158
To Admiral the Earl of St Vincent K B 7th November
166
To his Excellency the Marquis de Niza
172
Summons to the Governor of Leghorn 28th November
178
To Admiral the Earl of St Vincent K B Naples 6th December
185
To Earl Spencer Naples 7th December
187
To the Right Honourable Sir Morton Eden K B Minister Plenipo
193
To Captain Ball II M Ship Alexander off Malta
199
To Earl Spencer Naples 18th December
205
To Admiral the Earl of St Vincent K B Palermo 30th December
213
To Admiral the Earl of St Vincent K B Palermo 31st December
215
To Commodore Mitchell commanding the Portuguese Ship St
221
To the Hon LieutenantGeneral Stuart Minorca
227
To the Marquis de Niza Vanguard Palermo 14th January
233
To the Hon William Wyndham Palermo 28th January
240
To Earl Clare Lord Chancellor of Ireland
243
To Admiral the Earl of St Vincent K
249
To Captain Ball H M Ship Alexander Palermo 4th February
255
To his Excellency Abdul Cadir Bey ViceAdmiral of the Ottoman
305
To Francis Werry Esq Consul at Smyrna Palermo 1st April
311
To his Excellency the Marquis de Niza Palermo 8th April
318
To H R H the Duke of Clarence Palermo 11th April
324
To Admiral the Earl of St Vincent K B Palermo 17th April
330
To the Captains and Commanders of his Majestys Ships and Vessels
336
To Commodore Campbell of her Most Faithful Majestys Ship
341
To Admiral the Earl St Vincent K B Vanguard Palermo 6th May
347
To Captain Ball H M Ship Alexander Palermo 12th May
353
To Captain Foote Palermo 19th May
360
To Captain Dixon H M Ship Lion Vanguard at Sea 25th May
366
To Captain Ball H M Ship Alexander Off Malta 1st June
370
To Captain Foote H M Ship Seahorse Palermo 6th June
376
To Captain Broughton Foudroyant at Sea 20th June
382
Lord Nelsons opinion delivered in writing to the Cardinal
388
To the Officers commanding the Castles Uovo and Nuovo
394
To Lieutenant Sargent 28th June
395
To Thomas Troubridge Esq Foudroyant Naples Bay 6th July
401
To ViceAdmiral Lord Keith K B
407
To LieutenantGovernor Locker Royal Hospital Greenwich
413
To Captain Sir William Sidney Smith
416
To his Excellency John Spencer Smith Esq Naples 25th July
422
To ViceAdmiral Lord Keith K
428
To Lady Nelson Naples 4th August
434
To Captain Ball Palermo 14th August
440
To Perkin Magra Esq ConsulGeneral at Tunis
444
To Captain Sir William Sidney Smith Palermo 19th August
450
To Captain Ball Malta Palermo 21st August
456
To Evan Nepean Esq Palermo 24th August
462
To ViceAdmiral Lord Keith Palermo 28th August
468
rAoa
473
Patent c relating to the Dukedom of Bronte
524

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Page 61 - Almighty God having blessed his majesty's arms with victory, the admiral intends returning public thanksgiving for the same at two o'clock this day ; and he recommends every ship doing the same as soon as convenient.
Page 98 - I to die this moment," said he in his despatches to the Admiralty, "want of frigates would be found stamped on my heart ! No words of mine can express what I have suffered, and am suffering, for want of them.
Page v - Baron Nelson of the Nile and of Burnham Thorpe, in the County of Norfolk...
Page 509 - Sir, I wish the atrocities of which we hear so much, and which I abhor as much as any man, were, indeed, unexampled. I fear that- they do not belong exclusively to the French.
Page 510 - British officer should be brought forward, and to him they capitulated. They made terms with him under the sanction of the British name. It was agreed that their persons and property should be safe, and that they should be conveyed to Toulon. They were accordingly put on board a vessel, but before they sailed their property was confiscated, numbers of them taken out, thrown into dungeons, and some of them, I understand, notwithstanding the British guarantee, actually executed.
Page 57 - The enemy appeared to be moored in a strong and compact line of battle close in with the shore, their line describing an obtuse angle in its form, flanked by numerous gunboats, four frigates, and a battery of guns and mortars on an island in their van.

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