An authentic narrative of the proceedings of His Majesty's squadron: under the command of Rear-Admiral Sir Horatio Nelson, from its sailing from Gibraltar to the conclusion of the glorious Battle of the Nile; drawn up from the minutes of an officer of rank in the squadron
T. Cadell, Jun. and W. Davies, (successors to Mr. Cadell) ... and T. Egerton, 1798 - Egypt - 56 pages
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24 Seamen 50 guns 74 Guns Aboukir Bay Admiral's Admiralty Admiralty-Office Alexander Alexandria Audacious August beg leave Bellerophon Boatswain breeze British Squadron broadside burnt Cadiz Candia Capt Captain Berry Captain TROUBRIDGE close Line Colours Commander in Chief course Culloden deck dismasted Dispatches Earl of ST Enemy Enemy's Fleet Enemy's Line escape event execute exultation fire Flag French Armament French Fleet French Line French Ship Frigates Genereux Genoese Goza Guillaume Tell honour idea intelligence James Saumarez Justice Killed and Wounded Lieutenant Line of Battle LONDON GAZETTE Majesty's Ship Leander Malta Marines Master's Mate Midshipman mind Minotaur minutes past miral mode of Attack morning mortars Mutine Narrative Nile November 24 o'clock occasion Officers Orion passage thither press of sail Rear Rear-Admiral Sir Horatio received rienc sail set Seaman killed Service shore shot signal Sir HORATIO NELSON steered Swiftsure Syracuse Taken Theseus tion tish top-gallant Vanguard Victory wind wounded.—Total