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The defence of Vice-Admiral Sir Hugh Palliser, Bart.

at the court-martial lately held upon him, with the court"s sentence.

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Published by Printed for T. Cadell in the Strand in London .
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    Subjects:
  • Palliser, Hugh, Sir, 1723-1796.,
  • Palliser, Hugh, Sir, 1723-1796.,
  • Courts-martial and courts of inquiry -- Great Britain.,
  • Ushant, Battle of, 1778,
  • Cours martiales et tribunaux d"enquête -- Grande-Bretagne.,
  • Ouessant, Bataille d", 1778.

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesCIHM/ICMH Microfiche series = CIHM/ICMH collection de microfiches -- no. 10859, CIHM/ICMH microfiche series -- no. 10859
    ContributionsGreat Britain. Navy. Court martial (Palliser : 1779).
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination1 microfiche (41 fr.).
    Number of Pages41
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23414777M
    ISBN 100665108591

    Remarks on an act of Parliament, passed in the 15th year of His Majesty's reign, on the credit of Vice-Admiral Sir Hugh Palliser's information intituled "An Act for the encouragement of the fisheries carried on from Great Britain, Ireland" &c. to Newfoundland, &c., for the repeal or amendment of which a petition from the merchants concerned has. Samuel Hood, 1st Viscount Hood (12 December – 27 January ) was a Royal Navy officer. As a junior officer he saw action during the War of the Austrian in temporary command of Antelope, he drove a French ship ashore in Audierne Bay, and captured two privateers in during the Seven Years' held senior command as Commander Commands held: Jamaica, Lively, .


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Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders. Sir Hugh Palliser's house in Pall Mall was entered by the lawless rabble, the furniture set on fire, and the contents otherwise destroyed. The Admiralty-gates were pulled down, Sir Hugh's residence in the Admiralty assailed; and but for the timely arrival of the guard to his rescue, lie must have fallen into the hands of the besotted.

Second World War. Palliser commanded the battleship HMS Malaya in –41 and was an The defence of Vice-Admiral Sir Hugh Palliser de Camp to King George VI during the same period. Inhe was appointed Chief of Staff to the Commander-in-Chief of the British Eastern Fleet, Admiral Sir Thomas Phillips.

During earlyas a rear admiral, Battles/wars: Second World War. Hugh Palliser / Admiral in the Royal Navy, Baronet, MP.

Owner of the Vache from till his death in Hugh Palliser was born on 22 February /3, the only son of Captain Hugh Palliser and Mary Robinson, at Kirk Deighton in West Yorkshire. The Defence of Admiral Keppel. - Ushant, regular line renew the attack renew the battle risque shew ships to windward shortened sail signal for battle signal for ships Sir Hugh Palliser situation starboard tack station thing thought tion topsails trial trust utmost Vice-Admiral Victory wake whilst wind windward to bear witness.

Palliser: A biography of Admiral Sir Hugh Palliser. He was born at Kirk Deighton in the West Riding of Yorkshire on 26 Februarythe only son of Hugh Palliser, a humble and obscure landowner and captain in the army who died whilst Palliser was still a boy, and of his wife, Mary Robinson.

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[Hugh Palliser, Sir; Great Britain. Royal Navy. Court-martial (Palliser: )]. PALLISER (Pallisser), Sir HUGH, naval officer and governor of Newfoundland; b.

22 Feb. /23 at Kirk Deighton (West Yorkshire), England, only son of Captain Hugh Palliser and Mary Robinson; d. 19 March at Chalfont St Giles, England. Hugh Palliser was born into an old landed family which had estates in Yorkshire and Ireland.

His parents died when he was. Title. Remarks on an act of Parliament, passed in the 15th year of His Majesty's reign, on the credit of Vice-Admiral Sir Hugh Palliser's information intituled "An Act for the encouragement of the fisheries carried on from Great Britain, Ireland" &c. to Newfoundland, &c., for the repeal or amendment of which a petition from the merchants concerned has this session been.

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Sir Michael Palliser, who has died a was one of the outstanding British diplomats of his generation. He held a succession of demanding posts, culminating in a seven-year spell as permanent Author: David Hannay. Palliser, Hugh, Sir, Palliser, Hugh, Palliser, Hugh Sir Hugh Palliser Royal Navy admiral Palliser, Hugh Palliser, Hugh, Sir.

The defence of Vice-Admiral Sir Hugh Palliser, Bart. [electronic resource]: at the court-martial lately held upon him, with the court’s sentence () (Interesting note.

Keppel’s court martial was brought by charges made by Palliser. The charges against Keppel were dismissed, provoking Palliser to demand a court martial against himself.

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Cadell in the Strand, ), by Hugh Palliser and Great Britain. Navy. Court martial (Palliser:. Sir Michael Palliser, who has died a was the first Permanent Under-Secretary of the Foreign Office to emerge from those who joined the Service after the Second World War; he was appointed.

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Other articles where Sir Hugh Palliser is discussed: Augustus Keppel, Viscount Keppel: Sir Hugh Palliser, a member of the Admiralty Board, went to sea with Keppel in a subordinate command, and Keppel believed that the indecisive outcome of his battle against the French (J ) off Ushant (a small island near Brittany) was partly due to.

Having returned to England he was commissioned lieutenant on 12 Juneand he saw further service in quick succession aboard the Formida flagship of Vice-Admiral Sir Hugh Palliser, and the Defe Captain James Cranston, both based in the Channel, and thereafter the Conv Captain Henry Harvey, in home waters and from March the.

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Janu Douglas' appointment as Admiral of the Blue Squadron, signed by Lord Sandwich, J. Buller, Sir Hugh Palliser, and Sir Philip Stephens.

Janu A draft of a document entitled "Case of Captain Douglas for the opinion of the Counsel," with the answer from Henry Dundas, 1st Viscount Melville. Antique History Book The Trial of Sir John Falstaff Antique History.

Antique Book History The Falstaff Sir of Trial John John Trial of Antique The Falstaff Book Sir History. $ Sale The Trial Of Sir Henry Browne. Shelves: books-about-books Nabokovian, macabre, witty; the reviewer who called this a "labyrinthine pastiche" was spot on. Wickedly clever - too clever by half, as one character's book is called - and tangled in a gloriously elaborate tangle of murder, deceit, storytelling, and, of course, betrayals/5.

Hugh Palliser Sir Bart At Brighton, on the 10th inst., Mary Anne Rachel, eldest daughter of the late, and sister to the present Sir Hugh Palliser Palliser, Bart. Palliser was the only son of Hugh Palliser and Mary Robinson.

at Kirk Deighton, in the North Riding of Yorkshire. The family had estates in Yorkshire and Ireland. His parents died when he was still young, so he and his sisters were (probably) raised by relatives on his mother’s side.

Appears in 11 books from Page - Portsmouth is no longer an object of speculation ; the whole stream of all men and all parties runs one way. Sir Hugh is disgraced, ruined, &c. j and as an old wound has broken out again, they say he must have his leg cut off as soon as he has time.

This officer is the fifth son of the late Thomas Chambers, Esq., of Studley, in Warwickshire; at which place, and at Tanworth, in the same county, his family have resided, on their own estates, ever since the reign of Edward III. He entered the naval service inas a Midshipman, on board the Shrewsbury of 74 guns, under the auspices of Captain, (afterwards Admiral) Sir Hugh Palliser.

1 print: etching ; x cm (sheet) | Print shows Sir Hugh Palliser, a naval admiral and accuser of Admiral Augustus Keppel following the inconclusive battle off the coast of Ushant inbeing pulled off a cliff by demons toward the open mouth of the Devil.

During Keppel's trial he was compared to Admiral John Byng, shown blindfolded at center, who was executed on. The defence of Vice-Admiral Sir Hugh Palliser, Bart.

[electronic resource]: at the court-martial lately held upon him, with the court’s sentence () (Interesting note. Keppel’s court martial was brought by charges made by Palliser. The charges against Keppel were dismissed, provoking Palliser to demand a court martial against himself.

But, Palliser regretfully declines it, citing his wife to be his first priority. In spite of having different natures, Palliser and Lady Glencora settle down to a happily married life. The final book in the series deals with the loves and lives of the 3 children of the Palliser couple.

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HMS Victory is a gun first-rate ship of the line of the Royal Navy, but Sir Hugh Palliser's rear division suffered considerably. Vice-Admiral Sir Alan Massey: 15 July 19 July Vice-Admiral Sir Charles Montgomery: 19 July 9 October Builder: Chatham Dockyard. The letter made specific accusations which had been in the air for three months, ever since the inconclusive action off Ushant between Admiral Keppel's Channel Fleet and the French, that the battle had been thrown away by the insubordination of Vice-admiral Sir Hugh Palliser, Keppel's rear divisional commander.The First Sea Lord and Chief of the Naval Staff (1SL/CNS) is the professional head of the United Kingdom's Royal Navy and the whole Naval ally the title was the Senior Naval Lord to the Board of Admiralty when the post was created in The office holder was then re-styled First Naval Lord from   Augustus Keppel, Viscount Keppel, (born Ap —died Oct.

2,Elveden Hall, Suffolk, Eng.), English admiral and politician whose career as a seagoing commander ended in a controversy of political origin during the American Revolution. A sailor from the age of 10, Keppel served actively throughout the Seven Years’ War (–63).

In he served under Admiral Sir .