William Lionel Wyllie, Restoring HMS Victory 1805-1925

HMS Victory in dry dock, Portsmoth by William Lionel Wyllie
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  1. History of HMS Victory, Victory again in Active Service – Part Thirteen

    ... Sir James Saumarez was appointed Commander-in-Chief, and the HMS Victory was once more called into active service as his flagship. She was ...

  2. History of HMS Victory, Siege of Gibraltar – Part Four

    ... troops to reinforce the garrison.   History of HMS Victory   – Part One History of HMS Victory, Early Career – Part ...

  3. History of HMS Victory, Damage sustained by Victory – Part Twelve

    ... one of which fell into our hands before going ashore. The Victory, with the small amount of sail she could show to the gale, laboured ... Captain W.J.L. Wharton, RN, A Short History of HMS Victory, Portsmouth, Griffin & Co,2, The Hard, Portsmouth.  

  4. History of HMS Victory, Imminent peril of the Victory – Part Six

    ... 24 In all these operations the men of the Victory, if not the ship herself, bore an active part, as they were landed, ... believing that the energy of Nelson, then Captain of the HMSAgamemnon who had borne a most prominent part in these previous ...

  5. History of HMS Victory, Death of Nelson – Part Eleven

    ... 21 By 4.30 p.m. the action was over, and a victory was reported to Lord Nelson just before his death. We left him in the ... Captain W.J.L. Wharton, RN, A Short History of HMSVictory, Portsmouth, Griffin & Co,2, The Hard, Portsmouth.   ...

  6. History of HMS Victory, Early Career – Part Two

    ... in 1765 England was at peace with all the world, so the Victory lay quietly at her moorings at Chatham for 13 years, but in 1778, ... pursued, and after a long chase, brought to action by the HMS Arethusa , Captain Marshall. The two frigates were nearly equal in ...

  7. History of HMS Victory – Part One

    ... EVERY Englishman, we imagine, knows that the “Victory” was the ship which bore Lord Nelson’s flag, and on board of which ... a thousand perished to a man. The previous HMSVictory sinking in a storm on the "Caskets" near the English Channel Isles, ...

  8. History of HMS Victory, Battle of Trafalgar – Part Ten

    ... to the Admiralty. These were gladly accepted, and the Victory again hoisted his flag on September 15th, and sailed the same day in company with the HMS Euryalus , Captain Blackwood, which frigate he afterwards despatched ...

  9. History of HMS Victory, Blockade of Toulon – Part Eight

    ... Commander-in-Chief in the Mediterranean, and selected the Victory as his flagship, She was commissioned at Chatham, on April 9th, and ... striking his flag in the Victory, he went on board the HMS Amphion leaving the former ship to find the Admiral of the Channel ...

  10. History of HMS Victory, Occupation of Toulon – Part Five

    ... protection. On the 23rd, Commissioners came on board the Victory from Marseilles with full powers to treat for peace, offering a ... Captain W.J.L. Wharton, RN, A Short History of HMS Victory, Portsmouth, Griffin & Co,2, The Hard, Portsmouth.   ...

     

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"England expects that every man will do his duty" was a signal sent by Vice Admiral Horatio Nelson, 1st Viscount Nelson, from his flagship HMS Victory as the Battle of Trafalgar. Approx. sent at 11:45 a.m. on 21 October 1805.
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