Brenton correspondence, 1819-1836.

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Brenton, Edward Pelham, 1774-1839. Brenton correspondence, 1819-1836.

Brenton correspondence, 1819-1836.

Letters to Brenton regarding his book, "The Naval History of Great Britain." Mainly compliments to Brenton on the book. Some express interest in purchasing it, and some offer to give further information to help his research. Some, including George Cockburn, James De Saumarez, Richard Keats, and David Milne, include further information in their letters.

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Cockburn, George, Sir, 1772-1853

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