The dispatches and letters of vice admiral ... Nelson, with notes by sir N.H. Nicolas, Volume 6

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To MajorGeneral Villettes Victory 7th June
53
To Captain R B Vincent Off Toulon 8th June
57
To William Marsden Esq Off Toulon 8th June
63
To Nathaniel Taylor Esq 12th June
69
To his Excellency Mr Elliot 18th June
75
To the Right Honourable Lord Melville 21st June
83
To B MDonough Esq Victory 30th June
89
To the Dey of Algiers At Sea 1st July
92
To his Excellency Hugh Elliot Victory 7th July
98
To the Honourable T B Capel At Sea 9th July
104
To Captain Farquhar At Sea 15th July
110
To Captain R B Vincent At Sea 28th July
116
To Captain Lamb At Sea 28th July
122
To MajorGeneral Villettes About July
123
To Commissioner Otway Gulf of Palma 2nd August
129
To Admiral Sir Robert Kingsmill Bart Victory 4th August 183
135
To the Commissioners of the Victualling Board At Sea 7th August
141
To the Reverend Dr Nelson Victory 8th August
147
To William Marsdcn Esq At Sea 12th August
182
To Lieutenant Shaw At Sea 2nd September
187
To John Turnbull Esq At Sea 7th September
194
To Captain Gore At Sea 15th September
200
To Captain Schomberg At Sea 29th September
206
To Captain Cracraft At Sea 4th October
212
To MajorGeneral Villettes Victory 5th October
218
To his Excellency Hugh Elliot Esq Victory 7th October
221
To Viscount Melville 10th October
227
To the Right Honourable the Earl Camden K
233
To William Marsden Esq At Sea 13th October
239
To Mr J Debrett At Sea 13th October
245
To William Marsden Esq Madalena Islands 24th October
251
To Viscount Melville 30th October
253
To Captain Robert Pettet At Sea 4th November
259
To his Excellency Hugh Elliot Esq Victory 8th November
265

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Pagina 202 - Venerable, off the coast of Holland, the i2th of October, by log (nth1 three PM Camperdown ESE eight mile. Wind N. by E. Sir, I have the pleasure to acquaint you, for the information of the Lords Commissioners of the Admiralty, that...
Pagina 370 - I have to request you will be pleased to lay before the Lords Commissioners of the Admiralty the...
Pagina 280 - Sir, — I have the pleasure to acquaint you, for the information of the Lords Commissioners of the Admiralty, that at nine o'clock this morning I got sight of the Dutch fleet.
Pagina xi - The business of an English Commander-in-Chief being first to bring an Enemy's Fleet to Battle, on the most advantageous terms to himself, (I mean that of laying his Ships close on board the Enemy, as expeditiously as possible ;) and secondly, to continue them there, without separating, until the business is decided...
Pagina 415 - Feeling that even a doubt upon such a subject cannot be entertained consistently with my reputation as Commander in Chief, I request that you will be pleased to move the Lords Commissioners of the Admiralty to direct a Court Martial to be assembled as early as possible, for the purpose of enquiring into my conduct as Commander in Chief.53 With such ease was Cochrane outmanoeuvred in the quarrels of public life.
Pagina 455 - So far from being infallible, like the Pope, I believe my opinions to be very fallible, and therefore I may be mistaken that the enemy's fleet has gone to Europe ; but I cannot bring myself to think otherwise, notwithstanding the variety of opinions which different people of good judgment form.
Pagina 429 - My lot is cast, my dear Ball, and I am going to the West Indies, where, although I am late, yet chance may have given them a bad passage, and me a good one : I must hope the best.
Pagina 481 - Eussell to transmit to you, for the information of the 'lords commissioners of the admiralty, a copy of a letter...
Pagina 441 - The business of an English commander-in-chief being first to bring an enemy's fleet to battle on the Nelson's Plan of Attack. most advantageous terms to himself — I mean that of laying his ships close on board the enemy as expeditiously as possible — and, secondly, to continue them there without separating until the business is decided...

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