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

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To Captain Schomberg Off Toulon 7th June
55
To Captain Malcolm Off Toulon 12th June
70
To Sir John Acton Bart 18th June
76
Disposition of the Squadron Off Toulon 21st June
83
To B MDonough Esq Victory 30th June
90
To the Dey of Algiers At Sea 1st July
92
To Captain Donnelly 2nd July
99
To her Majesty the Queen of Naples 10th July
105
To Captain Moubray At Sea 16th July
111
To William Marsden Esq Victory 25th July 496
112
To Captain R B Vincent At Sea 28th July
117
To William Marsden Esq At Sea 29th July
123
To Commissioner Otway Gulf of Palma 2nd August
129
To Sir Alexander Ball Bart Victory 5th August
135
To the Commissioners of the Victualling Board At Sea 7th August
141
To the Reverend Dr Nelson Victory 8th August
147
To William Marsden Esq At Sea 12th August
153
To Captain White 16th August
159
To Captain Sutton
165
To Captain Donnelly At Sea 27th August
171
To his Excellency Hugh Elliot Esq Victory 28th August
177
1 Captain Thomas Staines At Sea Ist September
183
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 William Marsden Esq At Sea 26th December
299
To ViceAdmiral Sir John Orde Bart At Sea 29th December
305
To his Highness the Grand Vizir Off Toulon 2nd January
311
To his Excellency Hugh Elliot Esq Victory 13th January
317
To his Excellency Hugh Elliot Esq Victory 13th January
320
To Commissioner Otway Victory 18th January
324
To his Excellency Sir John Acton Bart Victory 25th January
330
To Samuel Briggs Esq Victory 4th February
336
To the Right Honourable Lord Viscount Melville 14th February
342
To Sir Alexander Ball Bart Victory Gulf of Palma 8th March
348
To the Right Honourable Viscount Melville At Sea 10th March
354
To William Marsden Esq At Sea 14th March
360
To Admiral Lord Radstock Victory 15th March
366
To William Marsden Esq At Sea 19th March
372
To William Marsden Esq Sardinia 27th March
378
To William Marsden Esq Victory 30th March
384
To Alexander Davison Esq Victory 30th March
390
To William Marsden Esq At Sea 5th April
396
To Alexander Davison Esq Victory 6th April
400
To his Excellency Hugh Elliot Esq Victory 18th April
407
To Admiral Lord Gardner Victory 19th April
413
To Captain Keats Victory 1st May
419
To James Cutforth Esg Gibraltar Bay 6th May
425
To William Haslewood Esq Victory 16th May
441
To William Marsden Esq Off Trinidad 8th June
448
To Sir Alexander Ball Bart About 12th June
454
To his Excellency Sir John Acton Bart Victory 18th Jone
460
Diary 21st June
464
To William Marsden Esq At Sea 10th July
470
To ViceAdmiral Collingwood Victory 20th July
477
To William Marsden Esq Gibraltar Bay 21st July
483
To William Marsden Esq Victory 26th July
499
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