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" AS A TRIBUTE OF GRATEFUL AFFECTION, THIS MONUMENT IS SACRED TO THE MEMORY OF CAPTAIN JOSIAS ROGERS, OF HIS MAJESTY'S SHIP QUEBEC, Who, during the American War, braved every Danger, and suffered all the Severities of Wounds and Imprisonment. In the Campaign... "
A new guide to Lymington, by a resident gentleman - Page 29
by Lymington - 1841
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Memoirs of Josias Rogers, Esq: Commander of His Majesty's Ship, Quebec

William Gilpin - United States - 1808 - 184 pages
...handsome cenotaph to his memory by Bacon, with the following inscription : 182 A TRIBUTE OP CBATEFUL AFFECTION, THIS MONUMENT IS SACRED TO THE MEMORY OF...all the Severities of Wounds and Imprisonment. In the Campaign of 1794, he commanded the Naval Battalions, at the Reduction of all the French Islands...
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Memoirs of Josias Rogers, Esq., Commander of His Majesty's Ship Quebec

William Gilpin - United States - 1808 - 184 pages
...Lymington church, a handsome cenotaph to his memory by Bacon, with the following inscription : 182 A TRIBUTE OF GRATEFUL AFFECTION, THIS MONUMENT ! IS...SHIP QUEBEC, Who, during the American War, braved dferj Danger, and suffered all the Severities of Wounds and Imprisonment. In the Campaign of 1794,...
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Illustrations of the Literary History of the Eighteenth Century ..., Volume 1

Eighteenth century - 1817
...Picturesque Work, the Pl:ites from which these Animals were -iiken were irrecoverably lost. f Captain Rogerb, who, during the American War, braved every danger, and suffered all the seventies of '.vinos and imprisonment, died of the Yellow Fe\er. April '34, 1795, aged 4O; and the...
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The history of Lymington, and its immediate vicinity

David William Garrow - 1825
...abilities of that celebrated sculptor. There is also another by J. Bacon, RA, erected to perpetuate the memory of Captain Josias Rogers, of his Majesty's ship Quebec, who died in the West Indies, AD 1795; the same has been much admired for the chasteness and simplicity...
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Literary Recollections, Volume 1

Richard Warner - English literature - 1830 - 499 pages
...south side of the wall, within the church of Lymington, Hants, bears the following inscription : — As A tribute of Grateful affection, This Monument...all the severities of wounds and imprisonment. In the Campaign of 1794, he commanded the naval battalion, at the reduction of the French islands in the...
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The hand-book for the town of Lymington, the New Forest and the surrounding ...

Lymington - 1847
...brother, Lieutenant JAMES ROGERS, and his nephew, Lieutenant JOSIAS ROGERS; inscribed as follows : — 24 A TRIBUTE OF GRATEFUL AFFECTION, THIS MONUMENT IS SACRED TO THE MEMORY OF CAPTAIN JOSIAS ROGERS, OF ins MAJESTY'S SHIP QUEBEC, Who, during the American war, braved every danger, And suffered all the...
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