The Nelson page provides icons, usually adapted from the the covers, as links to books with Admiral Lord Nelson as the subject, a battle in which he played a prominent part or a warship associated with him or if of particular merit, a book  that refers particularily to his period. NELSON by Clennell Wlkinson: A photograph intended show the general appearance and condition of this book,


NELSON

by Clennell Wilkinson

First published August 1931 by George G. Harrap & Co. Ltd., London
Reprinted October 1931.

A green cloth bound book, a little rubbed at the extremities although the board's corners are still firm; slightly faded gold lettering to a lightly sunned spine. The page block is tight clean and bright with no inscriptions or foxing. The condition is at least VERY GOOD MINUS.

332 pages, including a six page index. 145 mm. x 220 mm. x 41 mm. Weight wrapped <750 gms.

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CONTENTS

  1. THE ARTIST IN ACTION
  2. THE MIDSHIPMEN'S BERTH
  3. THE FIRST COMMAND
  4. ILL HEALTH
  5. THE PARSON'S DAUGHTER
  6. MARRIAGE
  7. THE MEETING WITH EMMA
  8. HARD KNOCKS
  9. "WESTMINSTER ABBEY OR VICTORY!"
  10. HE LOSES AN ARM
  11. THE BATTLE OF THE NILE
  12. FANFARE OF TRUMPETS
  13. MARKING TIME
  14. THE SENTIMENTAL JOURNEY
  15. THE NORTHERN ADVENTURE
  16. FRUSTRATION
  17. INTERVAL FOR REFRESHMENT
  18. THE LONG BLOCKADE
  19. PURSUIT
  20. VICTORY
  21. ST PAUL'S CATHEDRAL

APPENDICES
INDEX

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PLANS

THE BATTLE OF CAPE ST VINCENT
THE BATTLE OF THE NILE
THE BATTLE OF TRAFALGAR

LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS

  • THE KEYMER PORTRAIT Frontispiece
  • THE MIDSHIPMAN'S INTRODUCTION TO HIS BERTH
  • CAPTAIN MAURICE SUCKLING
  • CAPTAIN NELSON IN 1781
  • WILLIAM IV AS DUKE OF CLARENCE
  • SIR WILLIAM HAMILTON
  • NELSON BOARDING THE " SAN NICOLAS"
  • AT THE BATTLE OF ST VINCENT, FEBRUARY 14, 1797
  • THE EARL OF ST VINCENT
  • REAR-ADMIRAL SIR HORATIO NELSON IN 1798
  • LADY HAMILTON AT THE SPINNING-WHEEL .
  • AN EXAMPLE OF THE 'ATTITUDES
  • GEORGE, PRINCE OF WALES
  • THE HOSTILE VIEW OF LADY HAMILTON
  • H.M.S. " VICTORY " AFTER RECONSTRUCTION
  • H.M.S. " VICTORY " : THE STERN VIEW
  • CAPTAIN T. M. HARDY LORD COLLINGWOOD
  • DEATH-MASK OF NELSON
  • THE DEATH-MASK AT PORTSMOUTH

 

NELSON by Clennell Wlkinson: A is a scanned image of the book opened at the frontispiece and title page. The frontispiece is The Keymer Portrait. Below this I have superimposed a larger scale scan of the publishing detail overleaf from the title page. The pages throughout the book are clean and uniformly bright, any shadow seen is a by-product of the scanning process.

Right is a scanned image of the book opened at the frontispiece and title page. The frontispiece is The Keymer Portrait. Below this I have superimposed a larger scale scan of the publishing detail from the verso of the title page. The pages throughout the book are clean and uniformally bright, any shadow seen is a by-product of the scanning process.

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