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Maurice Suckling, by Thomas Bardwell mid 18th century    Captain Maurice Suckling (1726–1778) was a Royal Navy officer who was instrumental in the training of his nephew, Horatio Nelson.

Maurice Suckling, by Thomas Bardwell mid century Captain Maurice Suckling was a Royal Navy officer who was instrumental in the training of his nephew, Horatio Nelson.

Admiral Sir Edward Hughes

Captain Sir Edward Hughes by Violante Beatrice Siries

Royal Naval uniform:1748 This dress coat of a lieutenant has much in common with the formal suits of the mid-18th century. It is full skirte...

(less formal officer's coat) Captain's undress coat, late century wool with brass buttons UK, National Maritime Museum.

Captain Charles Morice Pole- John Francis Rigaud (1781)  “Admiral of the Fleet Sir Charles Morice Pole, 1st Baronet (18 January 1757 – 6 September 1830) naval officer and colonial governor born England and died Denham Abbey, Hertfordshire, England.

Captain Charles Morice Pole- John Francis Rigaud “Admiral of the Fleet Sir Charles Morice Pole, Baronet January 1757 – 6 September naval officer and colonial governor born England and died Denham Abbey, Hertfordshire, England.

"Admiral Sir George Pocock", Thomas Hudson, 1749; National Museum of the Royal Navy 1986/482

Admiral Sir George Pocock by Thomas Hudson Date painted: 1749 Oil on canvas, 125 x cm Collection: National Museum of the Royal Navy, Portsmouth

Admiral of the Fleet Richard Howe, 1st Earl Howe (8 March 1726 – 5 August 1799). The British Channel Fleet under Admiral Lord Howe attempted to prevent the passage of a vital French grain convoy from the United States, which was protected by the French Atlantic Fleet, commanded by Vice-Admiral Louis Thomas Villaret de Joyeuse. The two forces clashed in the Atlantic Ocean, some 400 nautical miles west of the French island of Ushant on 1 June 1794 - The Glorious First of June.

Admiral of the Fleet Richard Howe, 1st Earl Howe (8 March 1726 – 5 August 1799). The British Channel Fleet under Admiral Lord Howe attempted to prevent the passage of a vital French grain convoy from the United States, which was protected by the French Atlantic Fleet, commanded by Vice-Admiral Louis Thomas Villaret de Joyeuse. The two forces clashed in the Atlantic Ocean, some 400 nautical miles west of the French island of Ushant on 1 June 1794 - The Glorious First of June.

Title 	Portrait of Lord Molesworth Date 	1758

In The King's Charade, Lord Cavendish is a kind, fair British nobleman who assists my hero, Armand Guibert, after he flees Revolutionary France. My Lord Cavendish looks like this man.

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In the Century, the Royal Navy Dress Code required officers to wear "knee-breeches" while the lower ratings such as the common sailor wore slops or petticoat breeches.

Admiral Alexander Hood, 1st Viscount Bridport (1727-1814)1

Captain Sir Alexander Schomberg by William Hogarth National Maritime Museum

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