Dispatches and Letters Relating to the Blockade of Brest, 1803-1805, 1권

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John Leyland
Navy Records Society, 1899 - 369페이지
 

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Captain Geo Wolfe to Sir Edward Pellew 39 33 Cornwallis to Sir Evan Nepean June 18
18
Mr Marsden to Lord Nelson May
19
Captain Aylmer to Cornwallis June 18 40 35 Admiralty to Cornwallis June 18 41 36 Sir Robert Calder to Sir Evan Nepean June 20 42
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Campbell to Cornwallis June 20 42 38 Campbell to Cornwallis June 21 43
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Caffarelli to Decres June 19 45
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Campbell to Cornwallis June 25 47
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Cornwallis to Captain Fleeming June 26 52
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Cornwallis to Sir Evan Nepean June 28 54
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Brest May 29
29
Cornwallis to Sir Evan Nepean Ships captured and detained 55
30
TACK
33
Cochrane to Mr Marsden June m
46
Caffarelli to Decres June 30
57
Caffarelli to Decres July 2
59
Hamon to RearAdmiral Campbell August 25
65
Captain Wallis to Collingwood July 5
67
Cornwallis to Sir Evan Nepean July 7
68
Cornwallis to Sir Evan Nepean Ships captured and detained
69
Cornwallis to Collingwood July 12
70
Cornwallis to Sir Evan Nepean July 15
72
Captain Paget to Cornwallis July 16
73
Cornwallis to Collingwood July 17
74
State of the enemy at Brest
76
Cornwallis to Sir Evan Nepean July 23
77
Collingwood to Cornwallis July 23
80
Collingwood to Cornwallis July 25
83
Collingwood to Cornwallis July 26
85
A Secret rendezvous July 6
93
Captain Corbet to Captain Pearson July 17
94
Captain Corbets intelligence
95
E Captain Pearsons intelligence
96
F Lieutenant Laymans intelligence
97
G Lieutenant Laymans intelligence June 23
98
H Lieutenant William Fisher to Campbell July 26
99
Campbell to Captain Buller July 26
101
Captain Fleeming to Cornwallis July 27
102
Sir Edward Pellew to Cornwallis July 28
103
NO IIK
132
119
149
Sir Robert Calder to Cornwallis September 12
150
ViceConsul Morrogh to Captain Prowse September 7
152
Cornwallis to Sir E Nepean September 13
153
Captain Elphinstone to Cornwallis September
154
124
155
Sir Evan Nepean to Lord Keith September 17
156
Captain Maitland to Cornwallis September 18
158
Sir Evan Nepean to Cornwallis September 19
159
Cornwallis to Captain Sutton September 22
160
130
161
Captain Masefield to Cornwallis September 25
162
Sir Evan Nepean to Lord Keith September 29
163
Notes on ships movements
165
Cornwallis to Sir Evan Nepean October 9
166
Cornwallis to Sir Evan Nepean October 10
167
Sir Evan Nepean to Lord Keith October 11
169
137
174
177
177
Sir Robert Calder to Cornwallis October 15
179
Intelligence received from the Sirius Oct 10
180
ViceConsul Fernandez to Sir Edward Pellew October 18
181
RearAdmiral Bedout to the British Officer in command off Ferrol October 15
182
Sir Edward Pellew to RearAdmiral Bedout October 18
183
Captain Wolfe to Cornwallis October 21
184
Cornwallis to Sir Evan Nepean October 22
185
Sir Edward Pellew to Cornwallis October 24
186
Sir Evan Nepean to Cornwallis October 26
187
Sir Evan Nepean to Lord Gardner October 26
188
13
189
Cornwallis to Sir Evan Nepean October 27
191
A Captain Prowse to Sir Edward Pellew October 28
193
Mr Silks information October 30
195
Cornwallis to Captain Sutton October 30
196
State of the enemys force in Ferrol and Corunna
207
Sir R Calder to C
212
Cornwallis to Sir Evan Nepean January 1 1804
232
Cornwallis to Captain Winthrop January 1
233
Cornwallis to Sir Evan Nepean January 3
234
Captain Prowses report January 2
235
January 3
236
B Further information January 7
239
Captain Durham to Cornwallis January 7
240
Captain Durham to Cornwallis January 8
241
14
243
Cornwallis to Sir Evan Nepean January 9
244
Report by Captain Prowse
245
Captain Hotham to Cornwallis January 25
256
Captain William Selby to Sir James Saumarez January 26
257
Cornwallis to Sir Evan Nepean January 27
258
Cornwallis to Sir Evan Nepean January 29
259
Cornwallis to Captain Ryder Regulating Officer Falmouth January 31
260
Cornwallis to Captain Rathbone February 1
261
Admiralty to Cornwallis February 4
262
Sir Edward Pellew to Cornwallis February 6
263
A Mr Frere to Sir Edward Pellew January 28
265
B Mr Frere to Sir Edward Pellew January 28
267
State of the Spanish naval force in Ferrol Februarys
268
February 5
269
Captain Maitland to Cornwallis February 6
270
Observations made by the Joseph cutter of the enemys ships in the outer roads of Brest February 7
271
Cornwallis to Sir Thomas Graves February 16
272
Cornwallis to Mr Marsden February 16
273
A Sir Edward Pellew to Cornwallis February 9
274
B Lord Nelson to Mr Frere January 23
275
Governor Contador to Sir Edward Pellew February 14
276
Sir E Pellew to Governor Contador February 16
277
Lieutenant Ussher to Cornwallis February 17
279
Cornwallis to Sir Edward Pellew February 21
280
Cornwallis to Mr Marsden February 22
281
A List of ships in Brest Roads reconnoitred by the Sirius February 20
282
B Captain Scott to Cornwallis February 20
283
Remarks c on board the Niobe between the nth of February 1804 and the 16th following
284
Intelligence gained by Captain Durham February 23
285
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286
Cornwallis to Mr Marsden February 26
287
Cornwallis to Captain Elphinstone February 27
288
Cornwallis to Sir Edward Pellew or the senior officer off Ferrol February 28
290
Note on the French flotilla at Rochefort
291
Captain Elphinstone to Cornwallis March 5
292
Captain Patrick Campbell to Cornwallis March 10
293
Cornwallis to Mr Marsden March 13
294
Cornwallis to Captain Masefield March 16
295
Captain F L Maitland to Lord Gardner March 17
296
Cornwallis to Sir Robert Calder March 25
297
Cornwallis to Mr Marsden March 27
298
Cornwallis to Mr Marsden March 29
299
The Lord Mayor of London to Cornwallis April 9
301
April 9
302
Cornwallis to Sir Thomas Graves April 11
303
The state of the enemys force in the port of Rochefort April 6
304
Sir Edward Pellew to Cornwallis April n
305
Cornwallis to Sir Thomas Graves April 16
306
Sir Thomas Graves to Cornwallis April 19
308
Captain Patrick Campbell to Cornwallis April 30
309
Napoleon to Decres May I
310
Cornwallis to Mr Marsden May 2
313
Sir Edward Pellew to Cornwallis May 9
314
State of the Spanish force at Ferrol May 9
316
Cochrane to Mr Marsden May 9
317
Mr Marsden to Cornwallis May 12
318
Cornwallis to Mr Marsden May 13
319
Cornwallis to the respective captains and commanders May 14
320
Captain Otway to Sir Thomas Graves May 15
321
Cornwallis to Cochrane May 16
322
Cornwallis to Mr Marsden May 17
323
Cornwallis to Sir Thomas Graves May 17
324
Sir Sydney Smith to Lord Keith May 17
325
Sir R Calder to Cornwallis May 25
330
A Captain Brisbane to Sir R Calder May 22
331
B Intelligence gained from the American ship Little John by Lieutenant Thomas Simons of the Defiance May
333
Cochrane to Cornwallis May 26
334
Cochrane to ConsulGeneral Hunter May 26
335
Captain Stopford to Cochrane May 29
337
Note on the appointment of Ganteaume
338
Lord Melville to Cochrane
339
Cochrane to Mr Marsden June
340
Captain Whitby
343
Cornwallis to
346
Fren
348
Captain Stopford
349
ViceConsul OBri
350
Minutes of procee Salvador del
351
Ganteaume to Naj Note on the situati
354
Lieutenant Bourne 271 Cochrane to Conw
357
A Captain
358
B Lord Robe Oporto
359
Cornwallis to Capt 273 Lieutenant Fennell 274 Napoleon to Latou
360
Cornwallis to Lord 276 Cochrane to Cornv
363
Sir Thomas Graves 278 Cochrane to Lord
365
Lord Melville to
366
Cornwallis to Sir C
368

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281 페이지 - 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...
72 페이지 - SIR, I HAVE the honour to acquaint you, for the information of the Lords Commissioners of the Admiralty, that the...
344 페이지 - French squadron got out in his absence, and cruised off Toulon several days, and at last, when he came out, he only got sight of them at a great distance, to see them arrive at their own harbour. From all this I draw one general conclusion — that it is very possible for them to escape him. Upon the last occasion they might have got to the West Indies, or elsewhere, without the possibility of discovery, had they so chosen. And from all this, I draw these particular ones likewise, concurring with...
280 페이지 - Honourable the Lords Commissioners of the Admiralty You are hereby required and directed to put yourself under my Command and follow...
156 페이지 - Brest remain in exactly the same state they have been for some time past. I have the honour to be, &c., CUTHBT. COLLINGWOOD. No. 125 SIR EVAN NEPEAN TO LORD KEITH 1 7th September, 1803. My Lord, — I have received and communicated to the Lords Commissioners of the Admiralty your letter of yesterday's date upon the subject of the blockade of Havre de Grace, and in return I have it in command from their Lordships to acquaint you that, being fully apprised of the importance of that station, they have...
16 페이지 - Provinces, and dedicated it to the Right Honourable Lord Hobart, 'one of His Majesty's Principal Secretaries of State'.
41 페이지 - Majesty's pleasure signified to us as above mentioned, hereby required and directed to give immediate orders to the captains and commanders of his Majesty's ships and vessels under your command to seize and bring into port all French and Batavian fishing boats, hoys, and vessels of every description employed in the fisheries, they may happen to fall in with, and to detain their crews until further order.
252 페이지 - Sea by the United States authorities. I am to state that the Minister of Justice has taken no action with respect to this communication...
5 페이지 - Investigator, during such time as he may be employed in making the survey of the coast of New South Wales, I have it in command from my Lords Commissioners of the Admiralty to signify their direction to you to order Lieut. James Grant, who at present commands the Lady Nelson, to follow any orders he may receive from Cap.
120 페이지 - I am lying off the entrance of Brest Harbour, to watch the motions of the French fleet. Our information respecting them is very vague, but we know they have four or five and twenty great ships, which makes it necessary to be alert, and keep our eyes open at all times. I therefore bid adieu to snug beds and comfortable naps at night, never lying down but in my clothes.

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