This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1810 Excerpt: ...William Dredge, who was feverely wounded-Lieutenant Edm Milner, who was feverely wounded Rachael I.e Caux, Widow of Philip Le Caux, Pilot-Lieutenant R. D. PritcharH, who was feverely wounded Martha Yeo, Widow of William Yeo, Efq. late Governor of Haflar Hofpital Dame Jacqnette Louis, Widow of Rear Admiral Sir Thomas Louis--------Mary Ann Faris, Widow of Lieutenant John Fans-« Captain Alexander Mackenzie, of the Royal Marines, who was feverely woended Lieutenant J. E. Cawkitt, who was feverely wounded Captain John Bedford, who was feverely wounded, and lii fie red amputation of his thigh-S. Shea, Widow of Captain John Shea, Reyal Marines George Rofedon, Pilot, who has loft his leg---Lieutenant E. S. Cotgrave, who has loft his right eye James Chaplen, late a petty Officer of the Sua Fencibles, who loft his left arm------Captain V. F. Hatton, who loft his right arm-Percy alias Perlefs M'Kenzie, Widow of Lieutenant William Mackenzie,------Mary Balderfton, Mother of the late Captain J. B. Bal derfton------Mary and Delia Eliza Balderfton, Sifters of Captain Bal-derfton---------Mary Coombe, Widow of Captain William Coonibe-Louifa Coombe, Daughter of Captain William Coombe Lieutenant R. H. Barclay, who has loft his left arm-Rebecca Faulkner, Widow of Admiral Faulkner, £. 100. three Children of D £. 75. SuTannah Halliburton, Widow of Dr. John Halliburton Francis Lawrence, Widow of Lieutenant James Lawrence-Lieutenant Richard Gittens, who was feverely wounded Captain William James Hughes, who was feverely wounded Jane Temple, Widow of Captain John Temple John Poft, Pilot, who was wounded in the hand Charlotte Bourchier, Widow of Captain Johu Bourchier-Hannah M. Gregory, Widow of Captain C. M. Gregory-Rofetta Seggafa, Widow of James Scggafs, Gunner of' ...