NELSON A BIOGRAPHY

By: Hough, Richard

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Books for Pleasure, London 1980. What has poor Horace done, who is so weak, that he should be set to rough it out at sea? Wrote his uncle when the twelve year old Nelson joined his first ship. Thirty four years later Admiral Lord Nelson, a hero of his nation and the victor of the greatest sea battles of Cape St. Vincent, the Nile and Copenhagen, lay dying in his flagship of Cape Trafalgar. On 9 January 1806 he was buried under the cupola of St. Paul's Cathedral, attended by the men of HMS. 'Victory' and thirty one admirals. Splendid illustrations - mainly from the National Maritime Museum Collection at Greenwich. Near fine condition. Illustrated portrait to original dust jacket. Blue cloth covered end boards.192pp. 190 x 120 mm.

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