Graham Papers. Vols. xxxviii-xliv. Correspondence with Admiral Sir James Whitley Deans Dundas, a Lord of the Admiralty (1841 and 1846), commander of the Mediterranean Fleet (1852-1855); 1832-1855.Seven volumes. 1832-1855

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Graham Papers. Vols. xxxviii-xliv. Correspondence with Admiral Sir James Whitley Deans Dundas, a Lord of the Admiralty (1841 and 1846), commander of the Mediterranean Fleet (1852-1855); 1832-1855.Seven volumes. 1832-1855

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Graham, James, Sir, 1792-1861

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