3 edition of Letter from an officer of the naval army of France to the Hon. Admiral Keppel found in the catalog.
Letter from an officer of the naval army of France to the Hon. Admiral Keppel
Officer of the naval army of France.
Written in English
|Other titles||Lettre d"un officier de l"armée navale de France. English|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||36|
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Letter from an officer of the naval army of France to the Hon. Admiral Keppel: dated on board a French Squadron off Ushant, 9th of August, With an engraved plan of the principal Evolutions of the Fleets, in the Engagement off Ushant.
Translated from the original, printed at Brest. ↑ A treaty of peace between France and Spain was signed at Basle, J ; and on the 19th Aug.a treaty of alliance, offensive and defensive, was concluded between these powers.
Spain declared war against England Oct. 8th following. ↑ Letters of marque and reprisal were formally issued against the Dutch, Sept.
15, Orders. Page - British navy, behaved himself as became a judicious, brave, and experienced officer. " The Court do therefore unanimously and honourably acquit the said Admiral Augustus Keppel of the several articles contained in the charge exhibited against him, and he is.
An anonymous letter to a London newspaper accused Palliser of disobedience in the battle, and he called on Keppel to refute the allegation. When no public refutation was forthcoming, Palliser demanded that a court martial be held to try Keppel on charges of "misconduct and neglect of duty" (which carried a death sentence if proved).Born: 26 FebruaryKirk Deighton, North Riding of.
↑See p.et seq. ↑ The Arethusa, Captain Samuel Marshall, was attached to the Channel fleet, commanded by the Hon. Admiral Keppel, who on the above-mentioned day, being off the Lizard, discovered and pursued four French men of war.
In the evening the Milford frigate came up with, and detained the Licorne, of 32 guns and men. The Arethusa, and Alert cutter, chaced the other. Thomas Keppel (hon.) action Admiral afterwards Albemarle Algiers anchor Anson appears appointed army arrived assistance attack attended believe boats British brought called Captain carry Centurion chase coast and did not do his utmost to take, seize, and destroy, the ships of the French King, which it was his duty to have engaged, and.
At the enlargement of the Order of the Bath, Jan. 2,the Vice-Admiral was nominated a K.C.B.; and on the 16th May,he succeeded the Hon.
Sir George C. Berkeley, as a G.C.B. Sir William Domett’s promotion to the rank of Admiral of the Blue took place Aug On Christmas Dayin the absence of Commodore Sir John-Lockhart Ross who had been ordered to attend the court-martial of Admiral Hon.
Augustus Keppel pertaining to the dispute over the Battle of Ushant, and with his flag flying aboard the Foudroy Captain Charles Hudson, Shuldham sailed from Portsmouth with seventeen sail of the line. This officer entered the naval service at an early age under the protection of Captain (afterward Vice-Admiral} Parry, with whom he served as a Midshipman, on board the Lynx, Lizard, and Actaeon, in the West Indies and British Channel.
He subsequently joined the Vigilant of 64 guns, commanded by the late Admiral Sir Robert Kingsmill, Bart, which ship formed part of Admiral Keppel. AUSTEN. (Lieut., f-p., 16; h-p., t Grey Austen, born in Nov.is fourth son of Vice-Admiral Sir F.
Austen, K.C.B. This officer entered the Navy (from the Royal Naval College), 25 June,as a Volunteer, on board the Tal Capt. Rich. Dickinson, employed at the Cape of Good Hope; became Mate, inof the Child Capt. Hon. Henry Keppel. Admiral Alexander Hood, 1st Viscount Bridport (2 December – 2 May ), KB, of Cricket St Thomas, Somerset, was an officer of the British Royal Navy during the French.
Samuel Hood, 1st Viscount Hood (12 December – 27 January ) of Whitley, Warwickshire, was a Royal Navy officer. As a junior officer he saw action during the War of the Austrian in temporary command of Antelope, he drove a French ship ashore in Audierne Bay, and captured two privateers in during the Seven Years' held senior command as Commander-in-Chief.
In he served under Commodore Hon. Augustus Keppel at the capture of Belleisle, and he remained in the grand fleet with the Burford 70 until leaving her in the early part of In Gambier was appointed to the guard-ship Yarmouth 66 at Sheerness, and later at. A Letter of Commendation is a way for a Commanding Officer (or higher) to recognize a Sailor for superior performance.
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The origins of this post can be traced to the first naval commander covering the same area that being the Commander-in-Chief, Thames from to however this command was initially known by different names until finally becoming known as the Nore Command or Nore Station.Compiled and organized by Andrew Lavoie, MLitt University of St Andrews, Intern Jan.
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