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...Manuscript folio notebook with 'Secret Letters and Orders' on the front wrapper and 'Secret Letter Book Admiral Hon. Sir Robert Stopford, Commander-in-Chief on the Mediterranean Station, 1837-1838'. Consisting of 67 pages in a neat...
...Lady Hester informs the Consul at Rhodes of the death of Captain Loustenau, the last love of her life, who had spoken highly of the Consul and had intended to visit him to discuss some very interesting confidential matters. In 1820...
...Addressed by Khalil, the Governor of Tripoli (Lebanon), to ‘my brother’ and using a salutation usually reserved for the Sultan (presumably Murad IV), this letter concerns the English consul in Tripoli, seeking the sultan’s permission...
...Letter from Captain Fanshawe to John Loudon at the Royal Hospital, Greenwich, dated 26 February 1842....
...Only three documents for this year: 'Letter from the Treasury to the Admiralty, dated 20 May 1844'; 'Copy of Treasury minutes, dated 17 May 1844'; 'Details of the Royal Navy "Prize money" - the distribution of "rewards" allocated...
...Referring to 'our friend the king of Great Britain', Khalil, the Governor of Tripoli (Lebanon), assures the recipient that the newly appointed English consul there will be able to work in peace and that members of his consulate...
...Miscellaneous documents relating to the Royal navy ships, officers and British troops transported to Syria. There are several letters from Commodore Charles Napier to John Loudon, secretary to Admiral Sir Robert Stopford. There is also...
...The catalogue for the Stopford papers: an archive of some 400 items, consisting of the official papers, letters and briefings sent to Admiral Sir Robert Stopford between 1837 and 1844....
...First edition of this important memoir. A second edition was published in 1785 in quarto with sixteen engraved plates, apparently after de Tott's own drawings. The octavo edition, however, is not illustrated. A Hungarian by birth...