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NELSON LETTER A FORGERY

  

Pickle Night USA

The Society has been notified of the following Pickle Night celebrations which members may wish to support.

American Friends of the National Museum of the Royal Navy cordially invite you to attend

New York City Pickle Night

Join this Virtual Live Event

Thursday, November 5, 2020. Streaming live at 6pm EST.

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Members will be interested in the following update on the HMS Invincible excavation, which the Society has been pleased to support.

 

 

 

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Nelson and the Slave Trade: A Position Statement by The Nelson Society

THE NELSON SOCIETY
     President: The Hon Peregrine Nelson Hood

Nelson and the Slave Trade: A Position Statement by The Nelson Society                         

INTRODUCTION

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Anna Tribe

We regret to report the death of Anna Tribe OBE JP, on 26 April 2020.
Anna was the great-great-great granddaughter of Nelson and Emma Hamilton. A Vice-President of The Nelson Society, she was an ardent supporter of the Society and warmly regarded by the members. She will be sorely missed, and sympathy is extended to her family. A full tribute […]
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AN IMPORTANT MESSAGE FROM THE CHAIRMAN

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HMS INVINCIBLE Update

Members will be interested in the following update on the HMS Invincible excavation, which the Society has been pleased to support.

 

 

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The Neston Collieries, 1759-1855: An Industrial Revolution in Rural Cheshire

Members may be interested in the following email The Society has received from Anthony Annakin-Smith:

“I wondered if you would be kind enough to bring to your members’ attention a book to be published by the University of Chester, written by myself, which amongst other things discusses Emma Hamilton’s paternal family (father Henry, uncle Thomas and […]

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NELSON BOOKS NOW AVAILABLE

The books listed below have come from Beryl Whipp a former long serving member of the Society.

Many of the books listed are second hand or indeed perhaps third hand with some in a very good condition, others only in a good/reasonable condition and a further group which are […]

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The Immortal and the Hero: Nelson and Wellington

The Society has been contacted by Commodore Richard Lord CBE RN (Rtd) with the following invitation to members:

“I wondered if you might make your members living in the Salisbury aware of this event in support of Alabare’s work with veterans.

The idea for this fundraiser topic came from a paper by Andrew Lambert,  Professor of Naval […]

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The Nelson Garden Annual Lecture

Members may be interested in The Nelson Garden Annual Lecture on Thursday 24th October 2019

The lecture is not an event organised by The Nelson Society
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Sea Fever 3: A Nelson Extravaganza

Members may interested in the

North Norfolk’s Festival of Poetry + Prose, Sea Fever 3: A Nelson Extravaganza

to be staged at Wells Maltings, Wells-next-the-Sea on Friday, October 18

Details of the programme can be found by clicking on this link

Please note this […]
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Bath and Admiral Nelson

Last year The Nelson Society, with Bath World Heritage, introduced the hugely successful ‘Nelson Trail’, a walk around Bath hi-lighting the people and places connected with Admiral Lord Nelson during his many stays in the City. Now, to further support the Trail, the Nelson Society has published a new guide book ‘Bath and Admiral […]

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Nelson Garden Party 2019

Members may be interested in The Nelson Garden Party in Monmouth.  The Nelson Garden Team has done a great job in returning it to be very close to how it was when Nelson and the Hamiltons visited.

Please note that this is not an event organised by […]

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Can You Help? – Jubilee Sailing Trust Emergency Appeal

Emergency Appeal

At a meeting on June 27th 2019, the Trustees resolved that we need to launch an emergency rescue fundraising effort to address our very serious financial challenges and to provide the working capital now needed to continue our activities.
Charity Registration No: 277810
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Erasmus Darwin House presentation on Emma, Lady Hamilton.

The Society has received the following email which may be of interest to members:

“We are holding an anniversary dinner on 18 May 2019 and our after dinner speaker is royal historian and tv presenter talking on Emma, Lady Hamilton.  We wondered if you would be able to circulate this to your members please.  the […]

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Peter Warwick 1949-2019

Peter Warwick 1949-2019

The Nelson Society is very sad to note the passing of the Chairman of the 1805 Club, Peter Warwick. Peter was an ebullient and enthusiastic Nelsonian and charismatic leader of the 1805 Club.

Peter’s funeral will be held on Wednesday 10th April at […]

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HMS Invincible project update January 2019

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