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Text:".... Croix, and I beg to enclose, for your information, a transcript of a communication which I yesterday addressed, in consequence, to Yice-Admiral Sir WilliamParker, Q.C.B. The only thing in which I could..."
Date:Between 1781 and 1866
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Text:"..., and was extremely anxious to nominate Sir WilliamParker a Knight Grand Cross of the Tower and Sword, as a mark of her gratitude. It was explained to her that British Officers are not allowed to accept any foreign..."
Date:Between 1781 and 1866
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"... the moment I get up 230 men from KooloDgsoo, for whom his Excellency Sir WilliamParker has, at my request, despatched the * Sesostris, and the withdrawal of whom will leave there about 350 men, until I can..."
Date:Between 1781 and 1866
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Text:"..., if he wished to take refuge at the time he escaped from Rome. On the 16th, Mr. Temple and Sir WilliamParker paid their respects to the Pope at Gaeta. To the Earl of Auckland. H.M.S. Hibernia, Naples..."
Date:Between 1781 and 1866
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"... in the minds of the Consuls. Captain Willes died on board the Vanguard at Malta on the 26th of October, after a few days illness. Sir WilliamParker felt the loss of his old friend and companion very deeply..."
Date:Between 1781 and 1866
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"... of Her Majesty's forces in India, where he attained stiU greater honours and fame. His relations with Sir WilliamParker had been as friendly and cordial as possible, and the example thus set had been..."
Date:Between 1781 and 1866
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Text:"...1841] THE LIFE OF SIR W. PARKER. 427 WilliamParker was appointed Commander-in-Chief of the East Indian and Chinese Seas^ and the Australian waters were also included in his command. Captain Peter..."
Date:Between 1781 and 1866
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Text:"... constabulary force to be appointed, I will endeavour to make arrangements for it. By Sir WilliamParker ^ O.G.B., Vice-Admiral of the Blue^ Sfc. To the Captains and Commanders of H.M. ships stationed..."
Date:Between 1781 and 1866
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Text:"... course will still be the observance of a strict neutrality, but I shall be glad to be apprised of what passes by every opportunity. On the 12tli of November Sir WilliamParker received instructions..."
Date:Between 1781 and 1866
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"... WilliamParker will consider the French squadron as the force of an allied Power co-operating with Her Majestys Government for the attainment of the same objects, with a view to which Sir WilliamParker..."
Date:Between 1781 and 1866
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Text:"... Treaty which you transmitted to Sir WilliamParker in your letter of the 14th October last ; but, in the 15th Article, allusion is made to the presence of an English Government cruiser in each of the five..."
Date:Between 1781 and 1866
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Text:"... to present your Grace with the accompanying copy of the evidence, which the Admiralty request may be regarded as confidential." On the death of Lieutenant Casey in tliis year, Sir WilliamParker advocated..."
Date:Between 1781 and 1866
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"... WilliamParker while he was at the Admiralty. Lord Minto, the Elliots were called b^ the name of the famous regiment, The Scots Greys...."
Date:Between 1781 and 1866
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Text:".... ** The objections stated by Sir WilliamParker, to allowing corporal punishment to be inflicted by the naval power, are deserving of great consideration, as are likewise his reasons against confining merchant seamen..."
Date:Between 1781 and 1866
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Text:"... and enlarged policy. Lord John Russell stated that negotiations with regard to Sicily were still going on, and reiterating his confidence in Sir WilliamParker, he added : He was not a man likely to be led away..."
Date:Between 1781 and 1866
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Text:"..., however, took place. In September the Emperor Dom Pedro died, and Sir WilliamParker transmitted the account he had received of this event from Lisbon to Sir James Graham, who sent the following reply..."
Date:Between 1781 and 1866
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Text:"...362 THE LJFE OF SIR W. PARKER. [1848 with the exception of the Bulldog and Porcupine, to Castela-Mare." To the Eail of Auckland. Hibernia, Naples Bay, 30th July, 1848. My principal object..."
Date:Between 1781 and 1866
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"... be better than the manner in which yon and Sir WilliamParker have condncted the affair to which your communications relate. You have both of you combined firmness, decision, and promptitude with all..."
Date:Between 1781 and 1866
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"... for the orders to seize Sapienza and Cervi, and said the country was deeply iadebted to Sir WilliamParker for his prudence on receiving the orders. Lord Palmerston defended in detail each of his demands on Greece..."
Date:Between 1781 and 1866
Publication place:London, England