Publications of the Navy Records Society, Band 21

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Captain Puget to Lord Melville November
31
Lord Melville to Captain Puget November 26
32
Captain Wolfe to Sir R Calder July 16
33
Cochrane to Don Francisco Octaraneo July 19
34
Don Francisco Octaraneo to Cochrane July 21
35
Sir Thomas Graves to Sir Charles Cotton July 21
36
Cochrane to Cornwallis July
37
Lord Melville to Cornwallis July 29
38
Captain Neve to Sir C Cotton July
39
Captain Innes to Sir C Cotton August 16
44
Cochrane to Mr Marsden August 19
45
Captain Aldham to Cochrane August 23
46
Indorsed Abstract of secret orders dated the 24th August
48
Ganteaume to Napoleon August 27
50
Captain Neve to Cornwallis
51
Cochrane to Mr Marsden August 27
52
Napoleon to Decres September 3
58
Napoleon to Decres September 6
59
Lieutenant Bourne to ViceAdmiral Young Septembers
62
Cochrane to Lord Melville September 5
65
Consul OBrien to Cochrane September 9
66
75 347 Decres to Napoleon September 19 76 348 Captain Puget to Cornwallis September 23
87
Admiralty Minute 93 360 Cornwallis to Mr Marsden October 15
94
A general statement of goods and effects 99 365 Lieutenant Bourne to Cornwallis October 22 100 366 Captain Masefield to Cornwallis October 22
101
MO TACE 371 Decres to ViceAdmiral Martin Naval Prefect Rochefort October 26
113
Admiralty to ViceAdmiral Sir John Orde October 27
114
Cochrane to Cornwallis October 30
116
Lord Melville to Cornwallis November 2
117
Collingwood to Mr J E Blackett November 4
120
Cochrane to Mr Marsden Novembers
121
Cornwallis to Lord Melville November 6
122
Cornwallis to Mr Marsden November 12
124
Cochrane to Mr Marsden November 13
125
Mr Frere receives passports November 8
126
Collingwood to Cornwallis November 18
127
Cornwallis to Mr Marsden November 20
128
Captain Martin to Cornwallis November 25
129
Cochrane to Cornwallis November 25
130
The Due de Bouillon to Mr Marsden November 25
131
Cornwallis to Mr Marsden November 26
132
Captain Dundas to Cornwallis November 27
133
Captain Aldham to Cornwallis November 27
135
Mr Thomas Hort to Cochrane November 29
136
Captain Dundas to Cornwallis December 2
137
ViceAdmiral TheVenard to Decres December 3
138
ViceConsul Fernandez to Cochrane December 3
139
Admiralty to Lord Gardner December 8
140
Cornwallis to Mr Marsden December 14
142
Cochrane to Cornwallis December 22
143
Captain Elphinstone to Cornwallis December 27
144
Cochrane to Cornwallis January I 1805
145
Cornwallis to Mr Marsden January 6
147
Captain Dundas to Cornwallis January 7
148
Cornwallis to Mr Marsden January 8
149
Lieutenant Thomas Swain to Cornwallis January 9
150
Napoleon to Decres January 12
152
Cornwallis to Mr Marsden January 14
153
Cornwallis to Mr Marsden January 15
154
Aio Sir Robert Calder to Mr Marsden January 15
155
Decres to Napoleon January 15
156
Cornwallis to Mr Marsden January 16
157
Sir Thomas Graves to Admiral Cornwallis January 17
158
A Lieutenant Bourne to Captain Campbell January 13
160
B Information received by Lieutenant Henry S Jones from the American schooner Lydia January 15
161
Captain Campbell to Sir Thomas Graves January 19
163
Captain Morris to Sir Thomas Graves January 23
166
Sir Charles Cotton to Cornwallis January 25
168
Sir Charles Cotton to Mr Marsden January 27
169
Lieutenant Beauman to Cornwallis January 27
170
List of the enemys force in Brest January 31
172
Cornwallis to Mr Marsden February 3
173
Collingwood to Mr J E Blackett February 4
174
Caffarelli to Decres February 4
175
Cornwallis to Mr Marsden February 7
177
Cornwallis to Mr Marsden February 9
178
Intelligence obtained by Captain Sir Francis Laforey on February 13
179
Captain Prowse to Cornwallis February 12
180
Lieutenant Nicholson to Cornwallis February 13
181
Lieutenant Gregory to Captain Prowse February 13
182
Cornwallis to Mr Marsden February 18
183
Lieutenant Ussher to Cornwallis February 11
184
Cornwallis to Mr Marsden February 19
185
Cornwallis to Mr Marsden February 22
186
Cornwallis to Mr Marsden February 25
189
A Information received from the master of a Danish brig February 13
190
Cochrane to Cornwallis February 21
192
Cornwallis to Mr Marsden February 27
193
Sir Robert Calder to Mr Marsden March 2
194
A General instructions to the squadron to watch the enemy at Corunna and Ferrol March 2
196
B Captain Legge to Sir Robert Calder
198
Napoleon to Ganteaume March 2
199
Cornwallis to Mr Marsden March 3
202
Decres to Caffarelli March 4
203
Cornwallis to Mr Marsden March 7
204
Captain Otway to Sir Robert Calder March 4
205
Copy of intelligence obtained from the Indefatigable off Ferrol March 9 206 451 Sir Robert Calder to Cornwallis March 10
207
Sir Robert Calder to Mr Marsden March 12
208
Napoleon to Ganteaume March 15
209
Cornwallis to Mr Marsden March 14
210
Cornwallis to Mr Marsden March 16
211
Cornwallis to Mr Marsden March 18
212
Sir Charles Cotton to Mr Marsden March 19
213
Captain Gosselin to Sir Charles Cotton March 18
214
Lord Gardner to Mr Marsden March 23
215
Lieutenant Rose to Captain Prowse March 25
216
Lord Gardner to Mr Marsden March 30
217
Lord Gardner to Mr Marsden March 31
218
Admiralty Minute for Lord Gardner March 31
219
Napoleon to Ganteaume April 3
220
Captain Gosselin to Lord Gardner April 18
232
Lord Gardner to Mr Marsden April 19
233
Napoleon to Decres April 20
234
Napoleon to Decres April 21
235
Lord Gardner to Mr Marsden April 22
236
Captain Lord Mark Kerr to Lord Gardner April 23
237
Napoleon to Decres April 23
239
Lord Gardner to Mr Marsden April 26
240
Lord Gardner to Mr Marsden April 27
242
Lord Gardner to Mr Marsden April 28
243
Napoleon to Decres April 29
244
Lord Gardner to Mr Marsden April 30
245
Lord Gardner to Mr Marsden April 30
246
Lord Gardner to Mr Marsden May 1
248
Napoleon to Decres May 2
249
Lord Gardner to Mr Marsden May 3
250
Lord Gardner to Mr Marsden May 3
251
Lord Gardner to Mr Marsden May 5
252
Sir John Orde to Lord Gardner
253
Napoleon to Decres May 8
254
Lord Gardner to Mr Marsden May 9
255
Lord Gardner to Mr Marsden May 10
257
Lord Gardner to Mr Marsden May 11
258
Intelligence by Captain Martin May 12
259
Lord Gardner to Mr Marsden May 15
260
Lord Gardner to Collingwood May 15
261
A Captain Sturts information May 14
263
Captain Otway to Sir Robert Calder May 9
264
sis Captain Scott to Lord Gardner May 15
265
Captain Gosselin to Lord Gardner May 16
266
ANo 1 Lord Nelson to Captain R H Moubray April 19
267
Lord Nelson to Mr Marsden April 19
268
Lord Nelson to Mr Marsden April 19
269
Captain Moubray to Lord Nelson April 29
270
Lord Nelson to the officer commanding on the Irish station April 19
271
Admiralty Minute on the preceding May 21
272
Captain Lake to Lord Gardner May 20
273
Lord Gardner to Mr Marsden May 22
274
Hi Lord Gardner to Mr Marsden May 22
275
Sir Robert Calder to Lord Gardner May 15
276
Lord Gardner to Mr Marsden May 27
278
Lord Gardner to Mr Marsden May 27
279
Lieutenant Gwillim to Lord Gardner May 31
281
Admiral Martin to the Minister of Marine May 3
282
Lieutenant Batt to Captain Gosselin June 1
283
J3_i Sir Robert Calder to Lord Gardner June 3
284
Lord Gardner to Mr Marsden June 5
285
Admiral TheVenard to Decres June 7
286
Ganteaume to Decres June 8
287
Lord Gardner to Mr Marsden June 13
288
Sir Robert Calder to Mr Marsden June 18
289
Lord Gardner to Mr Marsden June 20
290
Napoleon to Decres June 22
291
Lord Gardner to Mr Marsden June 24
292
Sir Thomas Graves to Lord Gardner June 28
293
Captain Fleeniings report of the enemys force in Rochefort June 20
295
545 Lord Gardner to Mr Marsden July 1
296
Sir Robert Calder to Lord Gardner July 5
298
Lord Gardner to Mr Marsden July 6
300
Cornwallis to Mr Marsden July 9
301
Captain Prowses report July 10
302
Sir Robert Calder to Cornwallis July 15
303
Sir Robert Calder to Cornwallis July 15
304
Lieutenant Nicholson to Sir Robert Calder July 12
305
Napoleon to Decres July 18
306
Napoleon to Ganteaume July 20
307
Captain Poyntz to Cornwallis July 23
309
561 Cornwallis to Mr Marsden July 28
311
Private letter from the Senior Lieutenant of the Egyptienne July 29
313
Letter from an unknown Correspondent July 23
320
Captain Buller to Sir Robert Calder July 23
324
Sir Robert Calder to Cornwallis July 26
325
Sir Robert Calder to Cornwallis July 26
326
Lord Nelson to Cornwallis July 27
327
Cornwallis to Mr Marsden July 29
328
Captain Buller to Sir Robert Calder July 31
329
Napoleon to Decres August 2
330
Cornwallis to Mr Marsden August 9
331
Captain Dundas to Cornwallis August 8
332
Lieutenant Delafons to Cornwallis August 11
334
Cornwallis to Mr Marsden August 12
336
Cornwallis to Mr Marsden August 13
337
Captain Baker to Cornwallis August 13
338
List of killed and wounded in the Phcenix and Didon August 10
341
Captain Barton to Cornwallis August 15
342
Cornwallis to Mr Marsden August 16
343
81 Cornwallis to Sir Robert Calder August 16
344
Captain Barton to Cornwallis August 18
346
Intelligence obtained by Captain Hope from a Portsmouth sloop August 21
348
Napoleon to Ganteaume August 22
349
Cornwallis to Mr Marsden August 27
351
Cornwallis to Mr Marsden September 2
352
Cornwallis to Mr Marsden September 5
354
Collingwood to Mr James Gambier August 20
355
Cornwallis to Mr Marsden September 7
357
Lieutenant Ussher to Cornwallis September 8
358
Captain Parker to Cornwallis September 17
359
Sir Robert Calder to Cornwallis September 21
360
Cornwallis to Mr Marsden September 22
361
Cornwallis to Mr Marsden September 28
362
Sir Robert Calder to Mr Marsden September 30
364
Mr Marsden to Cornwallis October 9
365
Cornwallis to Mr Marsden October 12
366
Lieutenant Pater to Cornwallis
367
Cornwallis to Mr Marsden November 20
369
Cornwallis to Mr Marsden December 2
370
Cornwallis to Mr Marsden December 20
372
j5oq Extract from Sir Robert Calders Defence at the Courtmartial 372 Index
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