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Journal of a tour on the 'Liberty',

The journal of Rudolph de Lisle, private secretary of Lord Tredegar, of a journey on Lord Tredegar's yacht, 'HMY Liberty' (and overland), from Cowes - Gibraltar - Marseilles - Toulon - Cannes - Elba - Naples - Syracuse - Valletta, Malta - Kavokiro, Crete - Port Said, Egypt - Ishmailiyeh - Suez - (overland to Jerusalem and Bethlehem) - Ishmailiyeh - Port Said - Alexandria - Tunis - Bona, Algeria - Phillippeville - Algiers - Bonjie - Almira - Malaga - Gibraltar - Cadiz - Seville (overland to Madrid - San Sabastian - Bordeaux - Paris) - Cherbourg - Cowes. The journal includes photographs taken on the trip.

Liberty (Yacht).

Log book of the Lord Nelson,

  • NLW MS 15463D.
  • File
  • 1810-1812.

Log book, 1810-1812 (watermarks 1807, 1809), of the sailing ship 'Lord Nelson', employed by the Admiralty transporting cargo including provisions, soldiers, horses and mules, mainly in connection with the Peninsular War, usually sailing in convoy and with Naval escorts.
The ship sailed from Deptford to Gibraltar, Dec. 1810-April 1811 (ff. 1-13); to Valetta, Messina and Cadiz, May-Oct. 1811 (ff. 15 verso-39); from Gibraltar to Portsmouth, Dec. 1811-Jan. 1812 (ff. 41 verso-50); then back to Gibraltar, Feb.-April 1812 (f. 52-61). She spent the remainder of 1812 in the Mediterranean, visiting Palma (Majorca), Mahón (Minorca), Alicante, Palermo and Messina (ff. 61-89). The volume also acts as a harbour log, recording extended stays at Valetta, May-Aug. 1811 (ff. 20 verso-25), Gibraltar, Oct.-Dec. 1811 (ff. 39-41) and Mahón, May-July 1812 (ff. 64-66). The volume is written in a hand resembling that of NLW MS 15462D.