An appeal to the people: containing the genuine and entire letter of Admiral Byng to the Secr[etary] of the Ad[miralt]y

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An appeal to the people: containing the genuine and entire letter of Admiral Byng to the Secr[etary] of the Ad[miralt]y

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"In the even read to Tho. Davy an appeal to the public on behalf of Admiral Byng wherein he is clearly proved to be no ways guilty of what has been laid to his charge, nay even so far from it that he behaved like a prudent and courageous commander in the Mediterranean; and his bad luck proceeded from an inferior fleet, and one which our treacherous or simple ministers, or the Lords of the Admiralty, or whoever the planners of the voyage were, could never expect to have success, having but few men, not one hospital, nor fireship...I also read Bally"s poem..."

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The Diary of Thomas Turner
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Accessed on 2019/11/13 18:21:12

Related place
England
Related people
Turner, Thomas
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The Diary of Thomas Turner
Related place
England
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