“The” Dispatches and Letters of Vice Admiral Lord Viscount Nelson: With Notes, Volumen 3

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Remarks on the Battle of the Nile
62
To Captain Edward Berry
91
To Lieutenant Duval
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
of me Vanguard 7th September
116
To Captain Hood Vanguard at Sea 13th September
122
To Admiral the Earl of St Vincent K B 20th September
128
To his Excellency Sir Morton Eden K B Naples 28th September
135
To Captain Ball
141
To the Inhabitants of Corfu Cephalonia Zante and Cerigo
147
To the Marquis de Niza Vanguard off Malta 24th October
153
To John Spencer Smith Esq Constantinople
160
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 Lady Nelson Naples 11th December
194
To Captain Ball H M Ship Alexander off Malta
199
To his Excellency Sir William Hamilton K
200
To 19th December
206
To RearAdmiral his Excellency the Marquis de Niza
207
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
Bellerophon Palermo 11th February
261
Disposition of the Squadron 20th March
299
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 Captain Ball H M Ship Alexander Palermo 21st April
332
To his Highness the Bashaw of Tripoli
338
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
382
Lord Nelsons opinion delivered in writing to the Cardinal
388
To Thomas Troubridge Esq Foudroyant Naples Bay 28th June
394
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 RearAdmiral John Thomas Duckworth
418
To Captain Ball H M Ship Alexander Naples 27th July
424
To his Excellency the Hon William Wyndham 2nd August
430
To Earl Spencer K
436
To Count Chilembert Cagliari
442
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
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Patent c relating to the Dukedom of Bronte
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