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Woodley Hill, Farley, Reading, undated. 3 pp. 7 x 4 inches, fine. Paul Jacob Naftel (1817-1891), painter in water-colours, was born in Guernsey and educated in Germany. He made the designs to illustrate Ansted and Latham’s book on the Channel Islands. Naftel was extremely prolific, producing over 1000 works during his lifetime. He came to particular prominence when he recorded Queen Victoria's visit to Guernsey in 1846, with the resulting prints published in the Illustrated London News. In 1856 he was elected to the Society of Painters in Water-colours.

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Sunday, undated. 1 page 9 x 5½ inches, with the address leaf, addressed ‘Honble. Capt. Waldegrave, Revenge’, folds, creases. A rare note to survive this heroic naval action. Admiral Sir Charles Napier (1786-1860) fought in the Napoleonic Wars and in the Anglo-American War of 1814. He commanded the rocket boats that bombarded Baltimore, providing both the ‘bombs bursting in air’ and ‘the rocket's red glare’ of Francis Scott Key's American national anthem. He saw service in Portugal (1833-34), Syria (1840-41), where he commanded a squadron under Sir Robert Stopford. In May 1847 he took command of the western squadron. Captain William Waldegrave commanded HMS Revenge (76 guns) at the bombardment of St. Jean d’Acre (3 November 1840). “My dear Waldegrave, I do not wish any harm to be done to the Volage. The information I had was that there was a quantity of flour collected for the Army which appears to have been a mistake, but always as you think best. Yours ... Read more

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Albemarle Street, 27 January 1853. A good one page example, 7 x 4½ inches, remains of corner mounts on verso. “I do not think there is any chance of my commanding the Channel Fleet.” Admiral Sir Charles Napier (1786-1860) fought in the Napoleonic Wars and in the Anglo-American War of 1814. He commanded the rocket boats that bombarded Baltimore, providing both the ‘bombs bursting in air’ and ‘the rocket's red glare’ of Francis Scott Key's American national anthem. He saw service in Portugal (1833-34), Syria (1840-41), where he commanded a squadron under Sir Robert Stopford. In May 1847 he took command of the western squadron.

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Undated. 1 page 8 x 7 inches, old marginal repairs, minor defects. Captain the Hon. Charles Napier (1730-1807), father of Admiral Sir Charles Napier. Napier became Lieutenant in 1754, Master and Commander (1758), Post-Captain (1762).

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Government House, Madras, 11 July, no year given. 4 pp. 7 x 4 inches, a little dusty at folds. Embossed address. Francis Napier, tenth Lord Napier of Merchistoun and first Baron Ettrick (1819–1898), diplomatist and administrator in India. He served as ambassador to the United States from 1857 to 1859 and to the Netherlands from 1859 to 1861, as Ambassador to Russia from 1861 to 1864 and to Prussia from 1864 to 1866. The latter year he was appointed Governor of Madras, a post he held until 1872, when he also served as acting Viceroy of India for a short period.

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London, 2 March 1849. 3 pp. 7 x 4½ inches, in good condition. General Sir Charles James Napier (1782-1853), Governor of Sind (1843-47), Commander in Chief in India (1849-50). His appointment as Commander-in-Chief in India was announced in the House of Commons on 6 March 1849. “... all sorts of people are plaguing me about their children in India thinking I am going there which I am not, but their Quantity of letters will send me to kingdom come.”

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Simla, 30 August 1850. 3 pp. 8 x 5 inches, worn at folds, with a few holes and blemishes, but in clean legible condition. General Sir Charles James Napier (1782-1853), conqueror of Sind, Commander in Chief in India 1849-50. “I am ignorant if your name is Swift, or if you are his sister in law? He does not mention, so I take the chance of my messenger finding out where you live by the name of Swift!”

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38 Cornwall Gardens, undated. 3 pp. 7 x 4½ inches, fine. Lord Napier of Nagdala (1810-90) served in campaigns in India and distinguished himself at the siege of Lucknow during the Indian Mutiny. After the Abyssinian Expedition of 1868, Napier of Magdala became commander in chief in India.

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John Transport, Tagus [Portugal], 9 December 1800. 3 pp. 9 x 7 inches, generally in good clean condition, seal tear repaired, sent Packet Rate Lisbon to Falmouth, total endorsed 1s 8d. “Sir James Pulteney received dispatches from England on the 1st with orders for the 12th & 26th Dragoons together with the detachment of Artillery then at this place to proceed immediately for the Mediterranean to join Genl. Abercromby in consequence of which we embarked on the 4th and expect to sail in the course of a few days...” They had “demolished” all the ducks on board “for want of economy ... and from that time [at Portsmouth] till we arrived at Gibr. we had nothing but our own ship rations to live upon, this i should not have cared about had we been on active service but knocking from Tetuan to Cape Spartel and back again was quite insufferable.”

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Pasages [northern Spain], 16 June 1814. 2 pp. 10 x 8 inches, with the integral address leaf (no postal marks). In good condition. A campaign letter by Vice-Admiral Sir Charles Vinicombe Penrose (1759-1830), referring to “our joint service”, a naval and military joint operation during the advance into French territory. In December 1813 Penrose was appointed to command a squadron of small craft on the north coast of Spain and the coast of France, co-operating with the army. The service was peculiar and difficult; and the way in which the vessels under Penrose’s orders made their way into the Adour, and afterwards forced the passage of the Gironde, destroyed all the French vessels in the river, won for him the warm thanks of Wellington. “I have had more than one reason to regret that a little more information has not been given on some parts of our joint service about the Adour on account of the young men who were engaged on it ...”

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44 Montpelier Road, Brighton, 1854-1855. 6 letters, 7 pp. in good condition, lightly tipped on to an old album page, overlapping. Frederick Nash (1782-1856), watercolour painter, architectural draughtsman. His published works include: A Series of Views of the Collegiate Chapel of St.George at Windsor [1805], Twelve Views of the Antiquities of London [1805-10], and some of the drawings which were engraved for Ackermann’s History of the University of Oxford [1814].

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Bevere [Claines, Worcestershire], 17 July 1797. 1 page 7 x 5 inches, in good condition, with the address leaf (pasted to old album page). Uncommon. Treadway Russell Nash (1724 – 1811), historian of Worcestershire and the author of Collections for the History of Worcestershire, an important source document for Worcestershire county histories.

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H.M.Ship Northumberland off Cadiz, 1 January 1799. 2 pp. 10 x 8 inches, in fine condition, with the address leaf (Foreign Office handstamp, probably carried on the Lisbon to Falmouth packet service). HMS Northumberland (74 Guns) was launched on 2 February 1798. She served in the Egyptian Campaign where Captain Robert Forkington was wounded (13 March 1801). The Northumberland carried Napoleon into captivity on St. Helena in 1815. “I have a pleasant Ship and she has proved a remarkably fine sailer. Sir Roger Curtis having gone through the Straits some days since with the rest of the Fleet, the Edgar and ourselves are blocking up the Port of Cadiz, and 21 Sail of the Line. This wears a very daring appearance, but as we understand the Spaniards are very pacifically disposed towards us we claim no great merit from it, nor feel ourselves under any apprehensions.”

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Admiralty, 28 June 1838. Vellum, 11 x 12 inches, Admiralty seal affixed, in good clean condition, folds. Vice-Admiral Charles Gepp Robinson (1805-1875) surveyed settlements in Africa, in operations against slave traders. From 1829 he was employed in the Surveying Department of the Navy. Admiral Sir William Parker (1781-1866) was appointed commander-in-chief in China (1841), where he captured Amoy, Ningpo and other ports, bringing the Opium War to an end (1842). He was commander in chief in the Mediterranean, 1845-52.

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March to May, 1837. About 2800 words on 8 pp. 12 x 8 inches, horizontal folds. Provenance: Strides Auctions, Chichester, 2005. From letters we have located, we have identified the writer as Lieutenant William Robinson, setting out for South America to take up appointments in HMS Fly and HMS Stag (see O’Byrne, A Naval Biographical Dictionary). Robinson later commanded the Arrow ketch in South America and at the Cape, where he captured an armed slaver. Offered with this account is a letter by Wm. Robinson to his wife (1864) with advice on how to claim a pension in the event of Robinson’s demise, and some extracts from certificates of service of a later William C.Robinson, Assistant Paymaster, 1863-79.

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Deptford, 23 October 1708. 2 pp. 11 x 7 inches, with the conjugal address leaf trimmed away, light toning, generally in good condition. William Hosier (d.1717), Keeper of His Majesty’s Stores at Deptford.

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William, Lord Radstock, Admiral of the White. From a Painting in Water Colours by F.W.Wilkin

Naval Portrait. WALDEGRAVE, William, Lord Radstock, Admiral

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T.Cadell, London, 1810. Engraved portrait, about 15 x 12 inches, in good condition. William Waldegrave, first Baron Radstock (1753–1825), naval officer, served in the West Indies and the Mediterranean 1769-1797, and became governor and commander-in-chief in Newfoundland, 1797-1800.

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Malta, 18 July 1811. 3 pp. 12 x 8 inches, in good condition. This document, the final account of the sale of prize, itemises the cargo of the French brig: 8 sacks yellow berries; 100 hides; 1 box Ostrich feathers; 5 bales Flax; 1 bark Gum Arabic, etc. and gives the results of their sale at Public Auction, less the considerable auction charges, “Attendance of a Health Officer”, “Postage of Prize Lists to London”, registration, quarantine, labour, canvas and twine for making new bales, “maintenance of Prisoners during Quarantine”, “Duty for Greenwich Hospital”, brokerage, agency fees.

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Volontaire, off Marseilles, 7 September 1812. 3 pp. 11 x 7 inches, in good condition but centrefold almost separated. With a Portsmouth Dock Ship Letter mark, and a very fine oval ‘Return’d for Postage’ marking, indicating that mail to Mahon had to be prepaid. Endorsed “To the care of L.Hargrave Esq., Consul General”. An attractive maritime postal history item. The Peckston papers are in the Royal Naval Museum, Portsmouth. “The Scout has joined and is going to the Fleet. I have just time to tell you that I sent you a long Letter by our Prize that left us on the 5th by my old messmate Mr. Manico ...” The Volontaire Frigate (40 guns) was a British ship captured from the French in 1806.

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21 July 1864. In French. 2 pp. 8 x 5 inches, in good condition, tipped on to part of an old album page. Ernest Naville, author of many works of theology, of which his most famous is probably Le Père Celeste, first published in Geneva in 1865, later translated as Heavenly Father (Lectures on Modern Atheism).

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