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biographical memoir of the late Sir Peter Parker baronet, captain of His Majesty"s ship Menelaus, of 38 guns, killed in action while storming the American camp at Bellair, near Baltimore, on the thirty-first of August, 1814. by Dallas, George Sir, 1st bart.

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Published by Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, and Brown in London .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Parker, Peter, Sir, 2d bart., 1785-1814.,
  • United States -- History -- Revolution, 1775-1783 -- British forces.,
  • United States -- History -- War of 1812 -- British forces.

Book details:

Edition Notes

StatementBy Sir George Dallas, bart.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsDA87.1.P3 D2
The Physical Object
Pagination111 p.
Number of Pages111
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL23338028M
LC Control Number04037315
OCLC/WorldCa6248637

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A biographical memoir of the late Sir Peter Parker, baronet: captain of His Majesty's ship Menelaus, of 38 guns, killed in action while storming the American camp at Bellair, near Baltimore, on the thirty-first of . A Biographical Memoir of the Late Sir Peter Parker. In the month of May, he was appointed to the command of a new frigate of a large class, the Menelaus, of 38 guns . She was, in all respects, worthy of her gallant commander, to whom was committed the care of fitting her for sea in the most efficient and expeditious manner. A biographical memoir of the late Sir Peter Parker, baronet: captain of His Majesty's ship Menelaus, of 38 guns, killed in action while storming the on the thirty-first of August, at: Ciltsiz. " Sir Peter Parker (–) And Japan" published on 01 Jan by Global Oriental.

Title: A biographical memoir of the late Sir Peter Parker, baronet: captain of His Majesty's ship Menelaus, of 38 guns, killed in action while storming the American camp at Bellair, near Baltimore, on the thirty-first of August,   A Biographical Memoir of the Late Sir Peter Parker. In the month of May, he was appointed to the command of a new frigate of a large class, the Menelaus, of 38 guns . She was, in all respects, worthy of her gallant commander, to whom was committed the care of fitting her for sea in the most efficient and expeditious manner. Sir Peter Parker KBE LVO (30 August – 28 April ) was a British businessman and chairman of the British Railways Board from to Parker c. On one occasion, Parker had to catch a train from Crewe to Carlisle, but arrived late and accidentally boarded a .   Hugh Cortazzi was British Ambassador to Japan and Chairman of the Japan Society He has written extensively on Japan. His many books include Isle of Gold: Antique Maps of Japan, The Japanese Achievement and his memoir Japan and Back and Places is the third volume of Britain and Japan: Biographical Portraits he has edited for the Japan Society, .

Reading this book makes you realize the power of unrequited love. Yet again, Peter Parker proves that he is a master storyteller and never once does the story falter. It starts as a biography but deftly changes genres, talking about music, travel and history that have been highly influenced by the works of a man who loved only one/5(16). A biographical memoir of the late Sir Peter Parker: baronet, captain of His Majesty's ship Menelaus, of 38 guns, killed in action while storming the American of August, (English Edition). A final strength of the book is the inclusion of a number of personal memoirs, which are likely to constitute an important reference for the historians of the future. Overall, though, there is in this volume something for everyone, whatever the nature of their interest in the history of the relationship between Japan and Britain. Dallas, Sir George () A biographical memoir of the late Sir Peter Parker: baronet, captain of His Majesty's ship Menelaus, of 38 guns, killed in action while storming the American camp at Bellair, near Baltimore, on the thirty-first of August, (Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, and Brown). Political career.