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Action Admiral Alexander Alexandria arms Army arrived assure August Autograph Ball Battle believe Berry bless Captain command conduct copy Country Culloden dear Sir December desire destroy directed Dispatches EARL OF ST Egypt Enemy English Excellency express faithful feel fire Flag Fleet French Frigates give given Grand Guns Hamilton honour Hood hope HORATIO NELSON Island Italy join keep King Lady leave Leghorn letter Letter-Book Line Lord Lord Nelson Majesty's Malta March Marines Marquis Minister Naples necessary Nelson Papers never Nile Niza obliged October Officers orders Palermo past person Port possession possible present ready received remain request respect Royal sail Seamen sent September servant Ships Sicily Sir William situation soon Spencer Squadron taken tell Terpsichore thank troops Troubridge trust Vanguard Vessel Victory Vincent whole wish wounded write
Página 108 - Want of Frigates' would be found stamped on my heart. No words of mine can express what I have, and am suffering for want of them. Having only the Mutine Brig, I cannot yet send off Captain Capel, which I am very anxious to do ; for as an
Página 148 - Lord, in a week we shall all be at sea. I am very unwell, and the miserable conduct of this Court is not likely to cool my irritable temper. It is a country of fiddlers and poets, whores and scoundrels. I am, &c., HORATIO NELSON. TO LADY NELSON. [From Clarke and
Página 377 - to keep covering Palermo, which shall be protected to the last, and to wait intelligence or orders for regulating my further proceedings. Your Lordship may depend that the Squadron under my command shall never fall into the hands of the Enemy ; and before we are destroyed, I have little doubt but the Enemy
Página 221 - at the worst, they must mend.' Now, the mind of man cannot fancy things worse than they are here. But, thank God, my health is better, my mind never firmer, and my heart in the right trim to comfort, relieve, and protect those who it is my duty to
Página 66 - August, !'• Almighty God has blessed his Majesty's Arms in the late Battle, by a great Victory over the Fleet of the Enemy, who I attacked at sunset on the 1st of August, off the Mouth of the Nile. The Enemy were moored in a strong Line of Battle for defending the entrance of the Bay, (of Shoals,) flanked by
Página 67 - suffered no loss by that event: Captain Berry was fully equal to the important service then going on, and to him I must beg leave to refer you for every information relative to this Victory. He will present you with the Flag of the Second in Command, that of the
Página 54 - a sign of one. The masts, yards, &c. for the Vanguard will, I hope, be prepared directly ; for should the French be so strongly secured in Port that I cannot get at them, I shall immediately shift my Flag into some other Ship, and send the Vanguard to Naples to be refitted ; for hardly any
Página 71 - August, 1798. 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. HORATIO NELSON.
Página 515 - During the awful interval that ensued from the close of his Trial to the execution ' of his sentence, Caraccioli twice requested Lieutenant Parkinson to go and inter' cede with Lord Nelson; at first for a second trial, and afterwards that he might ' be shot. ' I am an old man, Sir,