Lord Nelson

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English admiral who defeated the French fleets of Napoleon but was mortally wounded at Trafalgar (1758-1805)

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Lieut Hayashi also paid tribute to the rich legacy left by Lord Nelson.
His winning letter read: "Dear Lord Nelson, Despite your wounded eye and arm you have saved the British from the French and Spanish fleet.
Some seem almost intrigued by the inclusion of four chained figures to the Exchange Flags Lord Nelson Memorial and such is best explained by a historical account that was written at the time.
The former Lord Nelson pub is offered - with planning consent for change of use to four dwellings - at a guide price of pounds 110,000-plus.
Lord Nelson took the lead when Jack Robley's cross was met with a glancing header by Colin Lancaster.
Lord Nelson paid his estranged wife pounds 400 a year to suppress the scandal, a previously unseen 200-year-old bank statement suggests.
Collingwood has been dubbed "the Northumbrian who saved the nation" after he took over from the fatally wounded Lord Nelson at Trafalgar and led the British fleet to victory.
A CEREMONY to mark the 200th anniversary of the Battle of Trafalgar and the death of Admiral Lord Nelson will be held in Liverpool today.
But now one of the most famous Britons of all time, Lord Nelson, has been accused of his own wheeler-dealing over a meeting at a Welsh pub more than 200 years ago.
The annual Trafalgar Night held at The Lord Nelson in Birmingham Road, Ansley, on Friday, was a roaring success.
The royalties cover tenements E57/422, E57/424, M57/529 and M57/530 which include the Lord Henry and Lord Nelson gold deposits ("Lords") where Troy commenced mining in late April this year.
A LETTER written by Admiral Lord Nelson at the height of his scandalous affair with Lady Hamilton, who came from Wirral, will be auctioned later this month.
The Lord Nelson, the ship that Lucy will sail, was commissioned in 1984 by the Jubilee Sailing Trust to enable people with disabilities to sail and was completed in 1986 .
At the bottom, Fairfield Athletic have just one win from 13 games to their credit and above them are Lord Nelson on eight points from 12.
An "interpretation board", which details the life and achievements of Lord Nelson was also unveiled during the ceremony.