By command of their Lordships

the exploration of the Namibian coast by the Royal Navy, 1795-1895
  • 216 Pages
  • 4.90 MB
  • English
Namibia Archeological Trust , Windhoek
Great Britain. Royal Navy -- History., Namibia -- History -- To 1884., Namibia -- Discovery and explora



Statement[Jill Kinahan] ; foreword by J.A.L. Myres.
LC ClassificationsDT1587 .K55 1992
The Physical Object
Pagination216 p. :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL1486746M
ISBN 10999167070X
LC Control Number93156944

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TO WILLIAM MARSDEN, ESQ., ADMIRALTY. [Original in the Admiralty.] Victory, off Cadiz, 10th October, Sir, By the Royal Sovereign, which joined the Fleet on the 8th inst. from Portsmouth, I received their Lordships, secret orders, dated the 21st ult., together with the inclosure therein referred to from the Right Honourable Lord Castlereagh, directing me, after providing effectually for.

In a recent judgement, Your Lordships have directed the government to extend permanent commissions and command postings to women in the Indian Navy. Your asseveration is that by not doing so, ‘level playing field’ is being denied to the women personnel.

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In the heat of the Controversy, (i.e. between the covenant of Grace and the Covenant of Works) Wheelewright a zealous Sectarian, preached a Sermon which not only carried these Points to their Utmost Length, but contained some Expressions, which the Court laid hold.Their Lordships congratulate C.-in-C., Home Fleet, and all concerned in the unrelenting pursuit and successful destruction of the enemy's most powerful warship.

The loss of H.M.S. Hood and her company, which is so deeply regretted, has thus been avenged and the Atlantic made more secure for our trade and that of our : 26–27 May