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Royal Naval Museum: 1995 Accessions

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  • Captain Edward Henry Bayly (1849-1904), naval captain: papers, incl corresp as captain of HMS Aurora on the China Station during the Boxer Rebellion and papers rel to his early naval career (Document 41/1995)
  • Revd Alexander John Scott (1768-1840), secretary to Hyde Parker and confidential secretary to Lord Nelson: papers incl corresp (drafts), sermons, transcripts by Scott, a number of series of letters addressed to Nelson and some personal letters; mainly written in French, Italian or Latin (Document 88/1995)
  • George King-Hall (1850-1939), admiral: 22 diaries (transcripts, in electronic form) rel to his career from Sub-Lieutenant to ViceAdmiral and Commander in Chief of the Australia Station 1870-1913 (Document 150/1995)
  • J C Bluett, midshipman: diary and commonplace book rel to service in HMS Tonnant and HMS Calliope on North American Station and social life at home 1814-18 (Document 48/1995)
  • Robert Perceval, chief stoker: detailed illustrated account of commission of HMS Lancaster in the Mediterranean 1910-12 (Document 120/1995)
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