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“ The Nation expected, and was entitled to expect, that while Cities vied with each other in consecrating Statues in marble and brass to the memory of our Nelson, a Literary Monument would be erected, which should record his deeds for the immortal honour of his own Country, and the admiration of the rest of the World.”—QUARTERLY Review.
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DISPATCHES AND LETTERS
LORD VISCOUNT NELSON,
WITH NOTES BY
SIR NICHOLAS HARRIS NICOLAS, G.C.M.G.
“ The Nation expected, and was entitled to expect, that while Cities vied with each other
THE FIRST VOLUME
1777 To 1794.
HENRY COLBURN, PUBLISHER,
GREAT MARLBOROUGH STREET.
raal a. 188.