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...One document: a list of four ships in the 'American Squadron' in the Mediterranean, 1836-1837...
...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...
...Contains only two documents: a list of details of the Ottoman Navy, by Sir Adolphous Slade, dated 15 August 1835 and a list of the Austrian Naval Force in the Mediterranean, 1835-36...
...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...
...Contains only three documents: Letter from Admiral James Rowley to Sir Henry Frederick Bouverie, dated 23 March 1834; Details of the men, guns, etc. in the Egyptian Squadron, signed Patrick Campbell, dated 28 August 1834; and List of ships...
...Documents include British reports on French and Egyptian naval forces in the Mediterranean, as well as a report on the Russian port of Sebastopol and the Black Sea Fleet. The letter dated 7 October 1837 from Baron Edmund Lyons to Robert...
... October 1838 is from the Ottoman Grand Admiral (Kapudan Pasha) Ahmed Fevzi Pasha to Robert Stopford originally accompanied a gift of a gold box set with diamonds from Sultan Mahmud II. (This same Ahmed Fevzi Pasha would defect to Muhammed...
...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...