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acquaint the Lords Admiralty Adriatic ALEXANDER DAVISON Algiers Amphion April arrival August Autograph BART believe Cape St Captain Clarke and M'Arthur command Convoy copy dear Davison dear Lord dear Sir dear Sutton December desire dispatches EARL OF ST Elliot Papers Enemy's England EXCELLENCY HUGH ELLIOT February French Fleet Frigates Gibraltar give H.M. SHIP hereby required herewith transmit hope HUGH ELLIOT January join July King Lady Hamilton Letter-Book Lieutenant Lord Nelson Lord St Lords Commissioners Lordships Madalena Islands Majesty Majesty's Ship Malta Mediterranean Merton Messina Naples Naval necessary Nelson and Bronte never obliged October Officer Order-Book Port proceed Rear-Admiral received your letter Rendezvous required and directed respect RIGHT HONOURABLE Sail Sardinia sent Ships and Vessels Ships or Vessels Sicily SIR EVAN NEPEAN Sir John Acton Sir Richard Bickerton Squadron Toulon Troops ultimo Victory Victualler Vincent wish
Page 286 - I have the honour to transmit, for the information of the Lords Commissioners of the Admiralty, a copy of a letter from Captain Pring, late Commander of his Majesty's brig Linnet.
Page 32 - I doubt not, if his lordship knew — And Mr Dean, one word from you." 'Tis (let me see) three years and more, (October next it will be four,) Since HARLEY bid me first attend, And chose me for an humble friend ; Would take me in his coach to chat, And question me of this and that ; As,
Page 431 - I have to request you will be pleased to lay before the Lords Commissioners of the Admiralty the...
Page 460 - Eussell to transmit to you, for the information of the 'lords commissioners of the admiralty, a copy of a letter...
Page 206 - You will be pleased to acquaint the Lords Commissioners of the Admiralty, that...
Page 447 - The captains and commanders of His Majesty's ships and vessels under my command are therefore hereby required and directed, in case of meeting with the American frigate Chesapeake...
Page 311 - To his midshipmen he ever showed the most winning kindness, encouraging the diffident, tempering the hasty, counselling and befriending both. ' Recollect,' he used to say, ' that you must be a seaman to be an officer, and also, that you cannot be a good officer without being a gentleman.
Page 77 - Honourable the Lords Commissioners of the Admiralty You are hereby required and directed to put yourself under my Command and follow...
Page 306 - A natural anxiety of course must attend my station ; but, my dear friend, my eyesight fails me most dreadfully ; I firmly believe that in a very few years I shall be stone blind. It is this only of all my maladies that makes me unhappy ; but God's will be done.
Page 238 - I should be very happy," he replied, "to receive authentic intelligence of the destination of the French squadron, their route, and time of sailing. — Any thing short of this is useless; and I assure your excellency, that I would not, upon any consideration, have a Frenchman in the fleet, except as a prisoner. I put no confidence in them. You think yours good; the queen thinks the same: I believe they are all alike.