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Volume One:Fifty Gazettes including twelve Gazette Extraordinary. Saturday, June 27, 1795: Gazette Extraordinary, (23 Jun 1795) Lord Bridport's victory over the French fleet.14-18 June, 1796: Gazette, (8 Jun 1796) The Unicorn & Santa Margaritta capture the French frigates Tamise and Tribune; and (13 Jun 1796) the Dryad captures the French frigate Prosperine off Cape Clear, Britanny.17-21 January, 1797: Gazette, (3 Dec 1796) Lapwing capture of French frigate Decius, and destruction of the brig Vaillante; (13 Jan 1797) Indefatigable & Amazon and the destruction of the Droits de L'Homme,24-28 January, 1797: Gazette, A Proclamation by the King wherein the scales of prize money are detailed for the capture of Spanish ship by either privateers or ships of the Royal Navy.25-28 February, 1797: Gazette, Dispatches from Commodore Nelson detailing the capture (19 Dec 1796) of the Spanish frigate Sabina by Minerve. (19 Dec 1796) Blanche action with the Spanish frigate Ceres. Friday, March 3, 1797: Gazette Extraordinary, (14 Feb 1797) Sir John Jervis's victory over the Spanish fleet at Cape St. Vincent.14-18 March, 1797: Gazette, (8 Mar 1797) San Fiorenzo and Nymphe capture of the two French frigates Resistance and Constance off Brest. Wednesday, June 7, 1797: Gazette Extraordinary, (6 Jun 1797) Declaration of a State of Mutiny as being in force upon certain of His Majesty's Ships.Friday, October 13, 1797: Gazette Extraordinary, (11 Oct 1797) Admiral Duncan's victory over the Dutch fleet at Camperdown.26-30 December, 1797: Gazette, (21 Dec 1797) Phoebe capture of the French frigate Nereide, off the Islands of Silly; and Declaration by the Crown that Landsmen will now have a bounty for joining the Royal Navy.18-22 June, 1799: Gazette, (23 Mar 1799) Dispatches from Sir Sidney Smith at Acre detailing the state of the siege and capture of nine gun-boats. Also, an incomplete Gazette which contains Sir Sidney Smith's despatch of 30 May, 1799 sent to Lord Nelson and announces the "Defeat and precipitate Retreat of the French Army" including full details.Wednesday, April 15, 1801: Gazette Extraordinary, (2 Apr 1801) Admiral Hyde Parker's and Lord Nelson's victory at Copenhagen.Monday, August 3, 1801: Gazette Extraordinary, (12 July 1801) Sir James Saumarez's action against the combined French and Spanish squadron in the Gut of Gibraltar and the destruction of the Spanish Real Carlos & San Hermenegildo, both of 112 guns and the French 74 gun St. Antoine.21-28 January, 1804: Gazette, (26 Nov 1803) Dispatches from Commodore Samuel Hood of the Centaur off Martinique detailing activities against land installations and listing 39 vessels captured or detained by his squadron.4-7 February, 1804: Gazette, (10 Sep 1804) Dispatches from Admiral J. T. Duckworth detailing activities of his squadron in the West Indies, particularly that of the Racoon and the capture of La Mutine, brig and listing 39 ships captured and detained by his squadron.21-24 April, 1804: Gazette, (23 Apr 1803) A full list of naval promotions including that of Lord Nelson to Vice Admiral of the White. (5 Feb 1804) Dispatch of Colonel John Fraser and his surrender of Goree to the French.19-22 May, 1804: Gazette, (8 May 1804) Declaration of changes to the Statute for the Order of Bath. (17 May 1804) Despatch from Sir W. Sidney Smith detailing the action with an enemy flotilla in the passage of Flushing on 16 May.14-18 August, 1804: Gazette, (8 Jun 1804) Lord Nelson aboard Victory off Toulon forwards dispatches from Robert Corbett of HMS Bittern, regarding his recent captures.2-6 October, 1804: Gazette, (3 Oct 1804) Lord Keith details activity against the French flotilla at anchor at Boulogne. (7 Aug 1804) Lord Nelson onboard Victory, forwards despatches detailing the recent captures and activities of HM Brig Spider and HMS Narcissus.13-16 October, 1804: Gazette, (29 Aug 1804) Admiral Duckworth details captures on the Jamaica station. (13 Oct 1804) Admiral James Saumarez at Guernsey detailing the activities of the Captain D'Auvergen, RN, Duke de Bouillon onboard HMS Severn and operating off the French coast. 12-16 March, 1805: Gazette, Despatches from India. (18 Sep 1804) Dispatch from Centurian detailing the action with the French Marengo (80), Atalante (40) and Semillante (36) in Vizagapatam Roads, Madras. Further dispatches from Vice-Admiral Peter Ranier covering the captures of eight French ships, including a French privateer captured by P. Heywood, HMS Dedaigneuss off the coast of Cochin. Peter Heywood was with the mutineers onboard the Bounty and then at Tahiti. He was taken prisoner onboard HMS Pandora, survived shipwreck, faced court martial in England and was sentenced to death. Earl Chatham interceded, and Heywood received an unconditional pardon and remained in the Royal Navy and gained a distinguished career.19-23 March, 1805: Gazette, (3 Feb 1805) Dispatch from Captain Farquhar late of HM Bomb Acheron (dated 12 Feb, Malaga Prison). The Acheron maintained a most gallant and successful protection of 32 sail of British merchant ships when attacked by two forty gun French frigates. She was finally captured by the French.20-23 April, 1805: Gazette, Dispatches from Bermuda. (17 Feb 1805) Following a stiff engagement, HMS Cleopatra surrendered to the French frigate Villa de Milan. (23 Feb 1805) HMS Leander re-captures HMS Cleopatra and captures the French frigate Villa de Milan.18-22 June, 1805: Gazette, (10 Jan 1805 and earlier) Dispatches from India forwarded by Marquis Wellesley providing casuality lists for Bhurtpore and the situation at Fort Deig. (4 Jun 1805) Boat Service carried out by men from HMS Loire and captured the French corvettes Confiance and Belier in Muros Bay, near Cape Finisterre.13-17 August, 1805: Gazette, (14 Feb 1805) Capture of the French frigate Psyche by the San Fiorenzo.20-24 August, 1805: Gazette, (15 Aug 1805) By the King, a General Pardon to all Seamen and Marines who have deserted, and shall return to His Majesty's Service on or before the 10th day October next. (21 Jan 1805) Despatches from India. Situation report and returns of killed & wounded at Bhurtpore. (22 Jul 1805) The capture of HMS Blanche by the French frigate Topaze.3-7 September, 1805: Gazette, (10 Aug 1805) The capture of the French frigate Didon by HMS Phoenix.5-9 November, 1805: Gazette, (7 Nov 1805) By the King, a Proclamation stating that in light of "important victory obtained by Our Fleet under the Command of the late Vice-Admiral Lord Viscount Nelson," a General Thanksgiving is declared for Thursday, the fifth day of December, next. This with further proclamations and a promotion of naval officers. (13 Oct 1805) From Lord Viscount Nelson, forwarding the despatch of William Hoste, HMS Eurydice, announcing the capture of a number of vessels by his ships boats off Cape Umbria.Monday, November 11, 1805: Gazette Extraordinary, (4 Nov 1805) Admiral Strachan's victory and capture of four French line-of-battle ships off Cape Finisterre. These four ships were all at Trafalgar and escaped.9-12 November, 1805: Gazette, (8 Nov 1805) Full causality report from Admiral Strachan's victory.12-16 November, 1805: Gazette, (28 Oct 1805) Admiral Collingwood's further Trafalgar report plus full causality report, as available.Wednesday, November 27, 1805: Gazette Extraordinary, (4 Nov 1805) Admiral Collingwood's further Trafalgar report, complete list of the enemy ships involved and their fates, plus an update of killed and wounded.30 November - 3 December, 1805: Gazette, (9 Nov 1805) From Admiral Collingwood, the casualties for HMS Tonnant at Trafalgar.[The year 1806 is found in volume three of this collection]Sunday, February 22, 1807: Gazette Extraordinary, (1 Jan 1807) The capture of Curacoa by squadron under the command of Captain Brisbane of HMS Arethusa.Friday, April 21, 1809: Gazette Extraordinary, (11 & 12 Apr 1809) Destruction of French ships at Basque Roads by the British fleet under the command of Admiral Lord Gambier.Wednesday, November 29, 1809: Gazette Extraordinary, (1 Nov 1809) Admiral Collingwood's forwarding the despatches of Captains Martin and Hallowell which detail the Boat Service action where four armed vessels and seven of a convoy are captured off the north coast of Spain.7-10 March, 1812: Gazette, (29 Nov 1811) Dispatch from Captain Murray Maxwell telling of the capture of the French frigates Pomone and Persanne (near the island of Pelagosa), by His Majesty's Ships Active, Alceste and Unite.24-28 March, 1812: Gazette, (26 Jan 1812) Several dispatches from Captain E. Codrington regarding land based activity along the coast of Spain; (29 Nov 1811) Casualty report from the action at Pelagosa; (23 Mar 1812) "His Royal Highness the Prince Regent.signified to the Lords Commissioners of the Admiralty the royal pleasure that the Uniform Clothing worn by .in His Majesty's Royal Navy shall be altered in the manner undermentioned." There follows the full new uniform regulation for all officers in the Royal Navy.28-31 March, 1812: Gazette, (27 Mar 1812) Dispatch from Commander B. Harvey detailing the capture of three French brigs-of-war by Rosario and Griffon, off Dieppe.5-9 May, 1812: Gazette, (22 Feb 1812) Dispatch from Captain John Talbot with details of the capture of the French 74 gun Rivoli by HMS Victorious. There is also the dispatch of Commander John W. Andrew of HMS Weazel who took part in the same action.26-30 May, 1812: Gazette, (22 May 1812) Dispatch from Captain H. Hotham of the success of HMS Northumberland in the destruction of the French Frigates Ariane and Andromaque and the brig Mameluk, off Isle de Groix, Lorient.30 June-4 July, 1812: Gazette, (23 Jun 1812) A Decree by the Prince Regent wherein the American government allows French armed ships into American ports, but not British armed ships; upon delivery of this notice to American authorities, British armed ships shall enter American ports as seen fit. Interesting decree as War had been declared by the United States on 18 June. Further dispatches tell of aggressive action along the Spanish coast by the Royal Navy.18-21 July, 1812: Gazette, (25 Jun 1812) Wellington's dispatches regarding the skirmishes around Salamanca prior to the major battle on 22 July. Also a number of dispatches regarding Royal Navy activity around the Spanish coasts.22-25 August, 1812: Gazette, (25 Aug 1812) The Prince Regent offers a day of Thanksgiving for Wellington's victory at Salamanca. Also further news from Spain and (3 Aug 1812) a fierce attack off the coast of Norway by HMS Horatio against several Danish gun-boats.7-10 November, 1812: Gazette, (26 Oct 1812) Royal Proclamation providing the Distribution of Prizes during the present Hostilities with the United States. (26 Oct 1812) Royal Proclamation stating that if British seamen are tempted to join the ships of the United States and bear arms against the Crown, they, "shall become liable to suffer the pains of death, and all other pains and penalties of high treason and piracy."22-26 December, 1812: Gazette, (23 Oct 1812) Captain Whinyate's dispatch telling of the loss of his ship HMS Frolic to USS Wasp. (18 Oct 1812) Captain J. P. Beresford's dispatch describing the re-capture of HMS Frolic and capture of USS Wasp by HMS Poictiers. (31 Oct 1812) Captain Broke of HMS Shannon reports the capture of the Thorn privateer.26-29 December, 1812: Gazette, (28 Oct 1812) Captain Carden's dispatch relating the loss of HMS Macedonia to USS United States following a spirited fight. This is followed by a full list of killed and wounded from the Macedonia.20-23 March, 1813: Gazette, (26 Feb 1813) Despatch from Admiral John Borlase Warren, Commander in Chief of the North America Station, listing captures from 15 Sep 1812 to 26 Feb 1813. Over 140 vessels are listed. (22 Mar 1813) Dispatch from Captain Irby of HMS Amelia describing an unsuccessful attack off the Sierra Leone River and the rescue of Lt. Pascoe of HM Brig Daring.Monday, September 20, 1813: Gazette Extraordinary, (9 Sep 1813) Wellington's dispatch announcing the capture of St. Sebastian.Thursday, March 9, 1815: Supplement to The London Gazette of 7 March: (10 Jan 1815) Major-General John Lambert's dispatch regarding the death of Sir E. Pakenham and the British defeat before New Orleans. Thereare also despatches from Admirals Cochrane and Codrington with details of naval losses before New Orleans.Volume Two: Index for the year 1805.Volume Three: One hundred and ten Gazettes including five Gazette Extraordinary and an Index for the year 1806. (Commercial notices and reports have been trimmed out.)31 December, 1805-4 January, 1806: Gazette, (Saturday, 4 Jan 1806) The College of Arms orders for the Public Funeral of Viscount Lord Nelson, plus several other notices regarding the same event.4-7 January, 1806: Gazette, (Tuesday, 7 Jan 1806) Further notices from The College of Arms and elsewhere for the Public Funeral of Viscount Lord Nelson.7-11 January, 1806: Gazette, Two tributes to Admiral Lord Collingwood.11-14 January, 1806: Gazette, Various naval & military notices.14-18 January, 1806: Gazette, The Funeral of Lord Viscount Nelson on 8 January. Eight pages and full details.18-21 January, 1806: Gazette, (20 Jan 1806) Royal Proclamation increased the bounty for Able Bodied Seamen to #5 and for Ordinary Seamen to #20 and for Landsmen to 30.21-25 January, 1806: Gazette, Various Regal notices.21 January, 1806: The Speech of the Lords Commissioners to both houses of Parliament, where the loss of Lord Viscount Nelson is even more fervently regretted by the King.25-28 January, 1806: Gazette, Various naval & military notices.28 January-1 February, 1806: Gazette, Various Regal, naval & military notices, with one dispatch from Collingwood.1-4 February, 1806: Gazette, Regal notices regarding trade with the United States.4-8 February, 1806: Gazette, Regimental appointments and naval notices, one from Collingwood listing ships captured on his station.8-11 February, 1806: Gazette, Various naval & military notices.11-15 February, 1806: Gazette, Arrangements for the funeral of The Right Honorable William Pitt.15-18 February, 1806: Gazette, Further funeral arrangements, and naval & military notices.18-22 February, 1806: Gazette, Militia appointments.22-25 February, 1806: Gazette, Regimental appointments.Friday, February 28, 1806: Gazette Extraordinary, (12 Jan 1806) Dispatch of Major-General D. Baird announcing the capture of Cape Town. Also included are casualty lists. (13 Jan 1806) Sir Home Popham's dispatch regarding the successful attack on Cape Town.25 February-1 March, 1806: Gazette, Further dispatches from South Africa and military promotions.1-4 March, 1806: Gazette, The Funeral of the Right Honorable William Pitt.4-8 March, 1806: Gazette, (31 Dec 1805) Rear-Admiral A. Cochrane reports on 26 ships captured.8-11 March, 1806: Gazette, Various naval & military notices.11-15 March, 1806: Gazette, Various naval & military notices.15-18 March, 1806: Gazette, Various naval & military notices.18-22 March, 1806: Gazette, Various naval & military notices.Sunday, March 23, 1806: Gazette Extraordinary, (23 Mar 1806) First notice of Vice-Admiral Sir J. T. Duckworth's victory at Saint Domingo. There is an NB saying that the actual dispatches will be published on Monday.Monday, March 24, 1806: Supplement to The London Gazette Extraordinary, (7 Feb 1806) Admiral Duckworth's full dispatch including casualty lists.22-25 March, 1806: Gazette, Various naval & military notices.25-29 March, 1806: Gazette, (2 Jan 1806) HMS Wolf fight with French privateer.29 March-1 April, 1806: Gazette, (28 Feb 1806) Collingwood dispatches detailing the capture of the French brig Le Furet by HMS Hydra.1-5 April, 1806: Gazette, Regimental appointments.5-8 April, 1806: Gazette, (7 Apr 1806) Dispatches from Sir David Baird which detail the conditions of surrender of the Cape of Good Hope. (30 Mar 1806) From Captain Usher of the Hired Brig Colpoys detailing the capture of three Spanish luggers.8-12 April, 1806: Gazette, (5 Apr 1806) A Royal Proclamation asking for the apprehension of Lt. George Rutherford, RN of HMS Trident for causing the death of three men on Butcher Island near Bombay.12-15 April, 1806: Gazette, Dispatches from Vice-Admiral Duckworth and Captain Dashwood.15-19 April, 1806: Gazette, Regimental appointments.19-22 April, 1806: Gazette, (8 Apr 1806) Dispatch from Captain Thomas Cochrane of HMS Pallas regarding the boarding of the French corvette La Tapageuse at the mouth of the River of Bordeaux.22-26 April, 1806: Gazette, (7 Mar 1806) Rear-Admiral A Cochrane details activity in the West Indies.26-29 April, 1806: Gazette, (20 Mar 1806) Collingwood forwards dispatch from Captain John Stockham of HMS Thunderer which details the capture of a Spanish privateer.29 April-3 May, 1806: Gazette, (16 Mar 1806) Barbadoes dispatches from Rear-Admiral Cochrane.3-6 May, 1806: Gazette, (13 Mar 1806) Despatches from Vice-Admiral Sir John Borlase Warren reporting the success of HMS Amazon and London in capturing the French 80-gun Marengo and 40-gun Belle Poule.6-10 May, 1806: Gazette, Regimental appointments.10-13 May, 1806: Gazette, (9 May 1806) Captain Broke of HMS Druid reports the capture of a French corvette.Friday, May 16, 1806: Gazette Extraordinary, (4 Dec 1805) East India Co. & new treaty with Dowlut Row Scindiah.13-17 May, 1806: Gazette, Dispatches from Collingwood and Home Popham.17-20 May, 1806: Gazette, Dispatches from Collingwood and A. Cochrane.20-24 May, 1806: Gazette, Hamburg and Oldenburgh request lifting of the embargo on their shipping.24-27 May, 1806: Gazette, Claims for naval widows decided.27-31 May, 1806. Gazette, Scottish regimental appointments.31 May-3 June, 1806. Gazette, (27 May 1806) Earl St. Vincent forwarding dispatches from Captain Lord Cochrane of HMS Pallas detailing in-shore work along the coast of France.3-7 June, 1806. Gazette, (1 Jun 1806) Royal Proclamation which details the revised distribution of Prize Money.7-10 June, 1806. Gazette, (5 Jun 1806) Further details regarding the distribution of Prize Money.10-14 June, 1806. Gazette, (26 Mar 1806) Full dispatch from Captain C.B.H. Ross of HMS Pique reporting the capture of the French corvettes Phaeton and Voltigeur, off St. Domingo, West Indies.14-17 June, 1806. Gazette, (5 Jun 1806) Further details regarding the distribution of Prize Money.17-21 June, 1806. Gazette, (18 Jun 1806) Granting shipping from Papenburg free access to British ports.21-24 June, 1806. Gazette, Regimental appointments.24-28 June, 1806. Gazette, (5 Feb 1805) Peace with the Maharaja of Tonk.28 June-1 July, 1806. Gazette, Regimental appointments.1-5 July, 1806. Gazette, (17 Apr 1806) Dispatch forwarded by Lord Collingwood detailing the action of HMS Sirius with the French flotilla, off Civita Avecchia, and the capture of the corvette Bergere. 5-8 July, 1806. Gazette, Reports from Cuba and Jamica.8-12 July, 1806. Gazette, Military and naval notices.12-15 July, 1806. Gazette, (23 Jun 1806) From Captain Collier details of cutting out activity off the coast of Spain.15-19 July, 1806. Gazette, (3 Jun 1806) From Rear-Admiral Cochrane detailing activities of HMS Wasp and Cygnet.19-22 July, 1806. Gazette, Regimental promotions.22-26 July, 1806. Gazette, Reports of HMS Fortune, Renard and Hercule and prizes taken on the Jamaica station.26-29 July, 1806. Gazette, (19 Jul 1806) Report from Captain Lavie of HMS Blanche regarding the capture of the French frigate Guerriere. Also dispatches from Sir Sidney Smith onboard HMS Pompee regarding attacks along the coast of Italy.29 July-2 August, 1806. Gazette, (16 Jul 1806) Dispatch from Sir Sam. Hood detailing the successful boat service carried out by his squadron and the cutting out the French corvette Cesar in the Verdun Roads, off River Gironde.2-5 August, 1806. Gazette, Admiralty offers of One Hundred Guineas for the apprehension of certain deserters.5-9 August, 1806. Gazette, (5 Aug 1806) Earl St. Vincent reports on captures made by HMS Mars.9-12 August, 1806. Gazette, (26 May 1806) Captain Stiles of HMS Adamant reports the capture of a Spanish frigate.12-16 August, 1806. Gazette, (15 Aub 1806) Commander W.J. Hughes reports the action of HMS Phosphorus.16-19 August, 1806. Gazette, Regimental appointments.19-23 August, 1806. Gazette, Royal Engineers and Artillery appointments.23-26 August, 1806. Gazette, Regimental appointments.26-30 August, 1806. Gazette, Regimental appointments.30 August-2 September, 1806. Gazette, Regimental appointments.2-6 September, 1806. Gazette, Regimental appointments.6-9 September, 1806. Gazette, Regimental appointments.9-13 September, 1806. Gazette, Regimental appointments.Saturday, September 13, 1806. Gazette Extraordinary, (2 Jul 1806) Major-General Beresford and Sir Home Popham report on the capture of Buenas Ayres.13-16 September, 1806. Gazette, Regimental appointments.16-20 September, 1806. Gazette, (14 Sep 1806) Sir James Saumarez relays a report of HMS Confiance causing the destruction of a French frigate.20-23 September, 1806. Gazette, Nova Scotia Fencibles appointments.23-27 September, 1806. Gazette, Regimental appointments.27-30 September, 1806. Gazette, Royal Proclamation opening trade with the port of Buenos Ayres.30 September-4 October, 1806. Gazette, (26 Sep 1806) Sir Sam. Hood reports from HMS Centaur, an action with several frigates during which, "I received a severe wound to my Right Arm, (since amputated, and doing well I hope,).4-7 October, 1806. Gazette, Retired officers are offered posts.7-11 October, 1806. Gazette, Regimental appointments.11-14 October, 1806. Gazette, Regimental appointments.14-18 October, 1806. Gazette, (15 Oct 1806) Sir James Saumarez relays the dispatch from Captain Thicknesse of HM Sloop Sheldrake which in company of two other sloops captured the French frigate La Salamandre.18-21 October, 1806. Gazette, (3 Oct 1806) Captain Collier of HMS Minerva relates an action with Spanish gun-boats.21-25 October, 1806. Gazette, Regimental appointments and new terms of service.25-28 October, 1806. Gazette, Revised rates of pay for the Army.28 October-1 November, 1806. Gazette, Further detail regarding Army pay.1-4 November, 1806. Gazette, Treasury report.4-8 November, 1806. Gazette, (7 Nov 1806) Royal Assent for Earl Nelson to also claim the title Duke of Bronte.8-11 November, 1806. Gazette, (11 Nov 1806) The King offers a grant of Baronet to Captain Sir T. B. Thompson and Sir Edward Berry.11-15 November, 1806. Gazette, Regimental appointments.15-18 November, 1806. Gazette, Regimental appointments.18-22 November, 1806. Gazette, Regimental appointments.22-25 November, 1806. Gazette, (26 Oct 1806) Collingwood forwards the despatch from Captain John Foote which relates the loss of his ship, HM Gun-boat Hannah, captured off Cadiz.25-29 November, 1806. Gazette, (23 Aug 1806) Despatches from Captains Brisbane and Dacres detailing the success of HMS Arethusa and Anson in capturing the Spanish frigate Pamona, off Havana, Cuba.29 November-2 December, 1806. Gazette, Regimental appointments.2-6 December, 1806. Gazette, Extension of the ban on exporting Gun-Powder or Salt-Petre.6-9 December, 1806. Gazette, Regimental appointments.9-13 December, 1806. Gazette, Regimental appointments.13-16 December, 1806. Gazette, Regimental appointments.Friday, December 19, 1806. The Speech of the Lords Commissioners to Both Houses of Parliament regarding Negotiations with France to return to Peace.16-20 December, 1806. Gazette, Naval news from the West Indies.20-23 December, 1806. Gazette, Regimental appointments.23-27 December, 1806. Gazette, Regimental appointments.27-30 December, 1806. Gazette, Naval news from the West Indies and regimental appointments.Bound in at the back of this volume is an eighty plus page Index for the year 1806.