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Navy Papers of Sir Andrew Snape Hamond

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Capt. Sir Andrew Snape Hammond, Bart., R.N, engraving courtesy New York Public Library.


(Microfilm Edition)

University of Virginia Library

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Correspondence and other papers relating to British naval operations during the Revolutionary War and specifically to Hamond's command of the warships Arethusa and Roebuck and his tenure as lieutenant-governor of Nova Scotia, commissioner of the Navy, and commander-in-chief of Halifax. Includes correspondence and other papers of Hamond's son, Sir Graham Eden Hamond (1799-1862), British admiral, concerning his commands of the HMS Plantagenet (Ship of the line), Lively, Victorious, Rivoli, Wellesley, and Spartiate, and his part in the attempted invasion of the Kingdom of Naples.

3 reels, 41-page guide

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