Bill of exchange in £50 made out at Bastia Roads, 17 Oct 1796, against Messrs Marsh and Creed, 26 Norfolk Street, Strand, London, and signed 'Horatio Nelson'.
Bill signed by Horatio Nelson, Viscount Nelson
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- ReferenceGB 96 MS 600
- Dates of Creation1796
- Name of Creator
- Language of MaterialEnglish
- Physical DescriptionSingle sheet
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Formerly enclosed in The Life of Nelson by Robert Southey 2nd edition (1814), call-mark: C4.1 [Nelson-Southey]. The covers of this extra-illustrated copy of the Life are of oak boards with a copper plate, all from Nelson's flagship the Foudroyant . Given by Mr J.H. Bijl in 1963.