The Life of Nelson: The Embodiment of the Sea Power of Great Britain - Vol. 2

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LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS.

VOLUME TWO.
VICE-ADMIRAL, LORD NELSONFrontispiece.

From the painting by Sir William Beechey. By permission of the Duke of Wellington.

VICE-ADMIRAL, LORD NELSONPage60

From an engraving by W. O. Burgess, after the painting by John Hoppner in St. James's Palace.

VICE-ADMIRAL, SIR HYDE PARKER "90

After the painting by G. Romney.

H. M. SHIPS "AGAMEMNON," "CAPTAIN," "VANGUARD," "ELEPHANT," AND "VICTORY" "180

From an engraving by J. Fittler, after the painting by N. Pocock.

ADMIRAL COLLINGWOOD "312

From the painting by Henry Howard at Greenwich Hospital.

MEETING OF NELSON AND WELLINGTON "320

From an engraving by Reynolds, after the painting by John Prescott Knight.

VICE-ADMIRAL, LORD NELSON "364

From the portrait in the possession of Sir W. Biddulph Parker, Bart. of Blackbrook House, Fareham, Hants. On the back of the picture is written, "This head was sketched from the Hero during his short stay at Merton the beginning of September, 1805, by me, John Whichelo."

CAPTAIN THOMAS MASTERMAN HARDY "392

From the painting by Robert Evans, at Greenwich Hospital.

HORATIA, AT TWENTY-TWO YEARS OF AGE "395

From a miniature by Sir William Charles Ross in the possession of Mr. Nelson Ward.

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