The Naval Chronicle, released in forty volumes among 1799 and 1818, is a key resource for British maritime and armed forces historical past. This reissue is the 1st entire published copy of what was once the main influential maritime book of its day. the themes lined diversity from money owed of battles and lists of ships to notices of promotions and marriages, courts martial and deaths, and biographies, poetry and letters. every one quantity additionally comprises engravings and charts with regards to naval engagements and significant harbours around the globe. quantity 6, released in 1801, contains first-hand bills and discussions of the naval strategies used in the course of the conflict of Algeciras and the strategies of the Danish defence on the conflict of Copenhagen. Biographies of Sir James Saumarez and Sir Roger Curtis also are integrated, including the heritage of Plymouth and the initial Articles of the Treaty of Amiens, that have been signed in October 1801.

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FeCl:ly understood tbat no longer the smallest blame attaches itself to anyone; for althollgh the (fivisions didn't arri,"e jointly, but each one (except the fourth department, that may now not be acquired ~l. lp prior to d:1Y) made a profitable assault . pn that a part of the enemy they fell in witb, and aCluaIly took own! oQ ofrnany brigs and fiats, and lower theIr cables,:but m:my ofrh€m being aground, and the mO. ment o~the battle's ~e:ts1l1g on board Ylcm, the; vessels we;'e full of vollIes upon vollies of mllf,:etry, lile enemy bELag perfeti:ly despite their oIVn I? ~n, who eleven! ust have suffered both with U. , it used to be as a result lmpo,stble to remalll on board, en.. GAZETTE LETtERS. to burn them; yet permit me to S:lY, who've obvious m\1C~1 carrier this W:ll', that extra made up our minds persevering braveness I by no means wItnessed, and that not anything however the impossibility of being sllccessful,. from the factors i've got pointed out, may well h~lVe avoided me from havIng to congratulate their Lordships; yet even if in worth the lack of such g:lllant and stable males is incalculable, but, in element of numbers, it has fallen Ihort of my expeetations. i need to abo beg go away to nation, that gre:lter zeal and ardent wish to distinguish themselves through an assault at the enemy used to be by no means shewn than by means of the entire captains, officials, and crews of all of the diffelen t descriptions of vessels less than my command. ~he Co. mmande~3 of the Hunter and Greyhound profit cutters went III theIr boats within the such a lot good-looking and gallant demeanour to the assault. among the. many courageous males wounded, i've got, with the private remorse, to put the identify of my gallant buddy and capable 'Issistant Captain Edward T. Parker; additionally mv Flag-Lieutenant Frederick Langford, who has served with me decades; they have been either wounded in trying to board the French Commodore. To Captain Gore, of the Medusa, i think the highestobligations; and whilst their Lordihips examine the fewer of the. Medusa in this celebration, they are going to consider me, that the respect of my Flag, and the reason for their King ,lnd kingdom, may possibly by no means were put in additional gallant fingers. Captain Bedford of the Leyden, with Captain Gore, very handsomely volunteered their providers to serve below a grasp and commander; yet i didn't imagine it reasonable to the latter, and that i in basic terms point out it to mark the keenness of these officials. From the character of the assault just a couple of prisoners have been made; a lieutenant, 8 seamen, and 8 infantrymen, are all they introduced off. Herewith I ship the reviews of the various commanders of divisions, and a go back of killed and wounded. \ i've got the honor to be, &c. NELSON and BRONTI. P. S. Captain Somerville was once the senior grasp and commander hired. MY LORD, Eugenie, rdf Baulcgne, Aug. t6. J! ~OY. In obedience in your Lordship's direetion to country the procet'dings of the fi"st department of boats that you did me the respect to put less than my command, for the aim of attacking the enemy's flotilla within the B3. Y of Boulogne, i urge go away to acquaint you, that once leaving the :Mcdusa final nizht, i discovered myself, on getting on shore, carried consi.

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