Pudsey Dawson, Papers, William Dawson, Letters

Object Title

Pudsey Dawson, Papers, William Dawson, Letters

Pudsey Dawson, Papers, William Dawson, Letters

Date

1808 - 1814

Reference

DAW 1/2/1

Level

Sub series

Scope and Content

Letters relating to the career and death of William Dawson

Access Conditions

Open access

Associations

Contents

  DAW 1/2/1 - Pudsey Dawson, Papers, William Dawson, Letters
DAW 1/2/1/1 - Copy of a letter from Rear Admiral Sir Edward Pellew, commander in chief of the East Indies Squadron, to the Hon. W.W. Pole, Secretary of the Admiralty
DAW 1/2/1/2 - Incomplete letter from William Dawson to his sister, Mary Littledale, containing details of the action between the St Fiorenzo and the Piedmontaise
DAW 1/2/1/3 - Incomplete letter from William Dawson to his sister, Mary Littledale, containing details of the action between the St Fiorenzo and the Piedmontaise
DAW 1/2/1/4 - Extract of a letter from Vice Admiral Sir Edward Pellew, commander in chief of the East Indies Squadron, to Sir Richard Bickerton, Lord of the Admiralty
DAW 1/2/1/5 - Extract of a letter from Vice Admiral Sir Edward Pellew, commander in chief of the East Indies Squadron, to Sir Richard Bickerton, Lord of the Admiralty [another copy]
DAW 1/2/1/6 - Letter from Sir John Barrow, Second Secretary to the Admiralty, to Pudsey Dawson, informing him of his son's capture of the Piedmontaise
DAW 1/2/1/7 - Copy of a letter from Admiral Drury, commander in chief of the East Indies Squadron, to the Lord Mulgrave, First Lord of the Admiralty
DAW 1/2/1/8 - Copy of a letter from George Arbuthnot to Pudsey Dawson, containing a postscript dictated by William Dawson
DAW 1/2/1/9 - Copy of a letter from George Arbuthnot to Pudsey Dawson informing him of the death of his son William
DAW 1/2/1/10 - Letter from Jane Dawson to her sister Sarah Dawson
DAW 1/2/1/11 - Letter from Pudsey Dawson to his son, Pudsey Dawson jnr, relating to the divison of William's silver plate amongst his brothers and sisters
DAW 1/2/1/12 - Letter from Judge George Hardinge to Pudsey Dawson regarding his nephew Captain George Nicholas Hardinge, RN