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Text:"..., Sir, Your faithful humble servant, WILLIAMHOTHAM, Vice-Admiral, K.C.B. Robert Southey, Esq., Keswick. Mr. Southey to Sir W. Hotham. Keswick, 6 March, 1833. SIR, I am this day honoured with your letter..."
Date:Between 1772 and 1848
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"..., Sir, Your faithful humble servant, WilliamHotham, Vice-Admiral, k.c.b. Robert Southey, Esq., Keswick. Mr. Southey to Sir W. Hotham. Keswick, 6 March, 1833. Sir, I am this day honoured with your letter..."
Date:Between 1772 and 1848
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"..., and for the miniature of Sir WilliamHotham ; to Admiral Sir Charles Hotham for the reproduction of the print of Sir WilliamHotham ; to Mr. Robert Hotham for the reproduction of the miniature by Engleheart of Sir..."
Date:Between 1772 and 1848
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"... at St. Helena, and for the miniature of Sir WilliamHotham ; to Admiral Sir Charles Hotham for the reproduction of the print of Sir WilliamHotham ; to Mr. Robert Hotham for the reproduction..."
Date:Between 1772 and 1848
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"...-like, as it is the most attractive, is that which he portrays all unconsciously of himself. Sincere, upright, cleanly of mind and soul, WilliamHotham impresses us from the first with a charm which was felt and proclaimed..."
Date:Between 1772 and 1848
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"... and variously employed at the commencement of my career ; and I have had more professional friends amongst those who were ornaments to it than perhaps any other officer of my day. Thus ends the diary of William..."
Date:Between 1772 and 1848
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"... a line record of service which, however, was destined to come to an untimely and unexpected close. WilliamHotham relates as follows : - H.M.S. Grampus, 50. * September, 1786. I first went to sea..."
Date:Between 1772 and 1848
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"...126 PAGES AND PORTRAITS FROM THE PAST Captain WilliamHotham to the Honourable Captain Duncan. My dear Sir, As you have been good enough to express to nie your feehngs on the subject of the late..."
Date:Between 1772 and 1848
Publication place:London, England
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Text:".... Yet the letter which WilliamHotham read and transcribed reveals another side of the sullen, mad genius of the unhappy man. It shows him a warm and affectionate friend, it breathes the simple faith..."
Date:Between 1772 and 1848
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"...CHAPTER VIII THE DAYS OF NAPOLEON 1808-14 FOR a space the pen of WilliamHotham was laid aside, while upon the Continent the Peninsular war was waged and the destiny of Europe hung anew..."
Date:Between 1772 and 1848
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"... personnes atteintes de mort apparente. 1 This Character of Berchtold was inserted by Sir WilliamHotham at a later date than that at which the diary was written. 2 In another account Hotham states..."
Date:Between 1772 and 1848
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"... the injustice done, for though the paternal kindness shown to me by your respected father only lasted for a few months, I do not bear it the less in long and continued remembrance. Believe me, etc., etc., WILLIAM..."
Date:Between 1772 and 1848
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Text:".... Yet the letter which WilliamHotham read and transcribed reveals another side of the sullen, mad genius of the unhappy man. It shows him a warm and affectionate friend, it breathes the simple faith..."
Date:Between 1772 and 1848
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"... with interest. Captain WilliamHotham to the Honourable Captain Duncan. [Undated.] My dear Sn?, I am gratified by your kind letter of the 21st. . . . In reply to the question as to the employing force, first..."
Date:Between 1772 and 1848
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"..., it is true, suffered from a less enviable notoriety by being court-martialled In 1787 that older WilliamHotham was promoted to be RearAdmiral of the Red, and in 1790 he became Vice- Admiral ol the Blue...."
Date:Between 1772 and 1848
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"...ILLUSTRATIONS ADMIRAL SIR WILLIAMHOTHAM, G.C.B Frontispiece From a. miniature in the possession of Mrs. Spence TO FACE PAGE GEORGE, PRINCE OF WALES 18 THE RIGHT HONOURABLE ADMIRAL LORD VISCOUNT..."
Date:Between 1772 and 1848
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"...20 PAGES AND PORTRAITS FROM THE PAST education from which his father then suffered so keenly, WilliamHotham, however, has left no description. In due course he was sent to Westminster School, where..."
Date:Between 1772 and 1848
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"... Monmouth James Walker j 5o-gun ships : Isis William Mitchell * Adamant WilliamHotham 4Q-gun frigate : Beaulieu Francis Fayerman z8-gun frigate : Circe Peter Halkett Sloop : Martin Hon. Charles..."
Date:Between 1772 and 1848
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"...CHAPTER II EARLY NARRATIVE 1772-1793 WILLIAMHOTHAM came of a race, the earliest known members of which settled in East Yorkshire at Hotham, in the Wapentake of Holderness, shortly after the Conquest..."
Date:Between 1772 and 1848
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Text:"..., and have passed much quiet and undisturbed time ; and the pleasure I have derived is naturally increased when I imagine any portion of it will be imparted to those I leave behind/ Thus Admiral Sir William..."
Date:Between 1772 and 1848
Publication place:London, England