Lord Nelson


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Noun1.Lord Nelson - English admiral who defeated the French fleets of Napoleon but was mortally wounded at Trafalgar (1758-1805)Lord Nelson - English admiral who defeated the French fleets of Napoleon but was mortally wounded at Trafalgar (1758-1805)
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It was the lot of Lord Nelson to exalt all this glory.
"That was the most beautiful part of dear Lord Nelson's character," Miss Crawley said.
'that glorious man, Lord Nelson,' and of Collingwood; and drew nothing in, as the saying is, by the head and shoulders, but brought it to bear upon his purpose, naturally, and with a sharp mind to its effect.
There was Lord Nelson on one wall, in flaming watercolors; and there, on the other, was a portrait of Admiral Bartram's last flagship, in full sail on a sea of slate, with a salmon-colored sky to complete the illusion.
Among them was the Lord Nelson, one of only two Tall Ships in the world designed to allow able-bodied and crew with disabilities to work side-byside.
He was the cabin boy and personal servant to Lord Nelson and Captain Hardy at the Battle of Trafalgar.
A cottage with links to the UK's greatest naval hero, Horatio Lord Nelson, has come up for sale.
n Lord Nelson Before this Graves had already seen action during the Seven Years War, American War of Independence and French Revolutionary and Napoleonic Wars.
The STS Lord Nelson, which will be one of 80 vessels arriving in the city in July, 2018, has been docked in the Port of Sunderland for the day.
Craig Sperrin, a co-director at the Lord Nelson Inn in Ansley village and the Blue Boar in Mancetter, died on Thursday, August 18 after going into cardiac arrest.
"I decided to check out the Jubilee Sailing Trust Lord Nelson - I booked a voyage and it has cost me a small fortune ever since," he says.
During the Napoleonic wars, she was Lord Nelson's flagship at the Battle of Trafalgar in 1805.