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Boyne, off Pointe a Pitre, Guadeloupe, 13 April 1794. ALS to Philip...
"Sir, I desire you will acquaint the Lords Commissioners of the Admiralty that I sailed from St. Lucia on the 5th. instant, and anchored with the Squadron, Transports, Ordnance Storeships &amp, c. in Fort Royal Bay, Martinique, that Evening..." signed "J. Jervis.", Original digital object name: bei-m358a, This digital resource is provided by the Special Collections department, Hamilton College, Clinton, New York, United States.
Collot, Georges, 1750-1805. On board the Boyne, 22 April 1794. Ms...
Collot, Georges, 1750-1805."La Capitulation du fort Bourbon n'est point encor entre nos mains..." signed "G. Collot" and "Accordé" "Charles Grey" "Jervis."Directions for the surrender of the troops on Guadeloupe., Original digital object name: bei-m358b, This digital resource is provided by the Special Collections department, Hamilton College, Clinton, New York, United States.
Copy of a Minute of Cabinet <14th Augt. 1795> (docket title)
"...Present Lord Chancellor Lord Privy Seal Duke of Portland Marquis Cornwallis Earl Spencer Lord Hawkesbury Lord Grenville Mr Pitt Mr Windham Mr Dundas His Majesty's Confidential Servants having taken under their serious consideration the present state of the War..."Recommends preparations for offensive in the Leeward Islands and St. Domingo, conquest of Guadeloupe and St. Lucia with not less than "15,000 Effective Infantry", no fewer than "12,000 effective Infantry" to attempt St. Domingo, in order to protect Jamaica as well as to swing the balance into British favor against France and Spain on St. Domingo, "a Body of Guards amounting to 3000 men to serve under General Abercromby.", Original digital object name: bei-m370, This digital resource is provided by the Special Collections department, Hamilton College, Clinton, New York, United States.
George the Third by the Grace of God...to our beloved Vice Admiral...
George the Third by the Grace of God... to our beloved Vice Admiral The Honorable Sir Alexander Forrester Cochrane...Signed "Arden Registrar."Cochrane's appointment to the governorship of Guadeloupe, which he held through 1813., Original digital object name: bei-m463, This digital resource is provided by the Special Collections department, Hamilton College, Clinton, New York, United States.
Military Remarks Relative to the Island of Guadeloupe by Archd: Campbell Capt: Lieut: Engineer. 1766. (ms. title-page)
Military Remarks Relative to the Island of Guadeloupe by Archd: Campbell Capt: Lieut: Engineer. 1766. (ms. title-page)"Contents... Necessary information previous to the attack of Guadeloupe... Siege of Fort Royal... Attack of the Grand Camp... attack of the Dosdáne... Grand Ance... Fort George... Grande Reduit...""Introduction. As it has been at all times a Settled Maxim in Military Discipline; that it is the indispensible duty of every Officer, to be assiduous in making his Observations...""Archd: Campbell Capt: Lieut: Engineer" at end of text.Refers to three plans and four sketches which are not present., Original digital object name: bei-m174, This digital resource is provided by the Special Collections department, Hamilton College, Clinton, New York, United States.