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Ball, Sir Alexander John (1757-1809) 1st Baronet Rear Admiral

GB/NNAF/P135928   (Former ISAAR ref: GB/NNAF/P1364)

Location of Related Collections
Scope1798-1808: diary and papers
Repository Unknown Location
Other referencesee HMC Papers of British colonial governors 1782-1900, 1986
Scope1803-07: corresp with Hugh Elliot
RepositoryNational Library of Scotland, Manuscript Collections
Record ReferenceMSS 13032-33
NRA catalogue referenceNRA 10476 Minto
Scope1800-01: corresp with Sir Francis Graham
RepositoryNational Library of Scotland, Manuscript Collections
Record ReferenceMSS 3600-04
Scope1798-1800: letters (16) to Sir William Hamilton
RepositoryNational Maritime Museum: The Caird Library, Manuscripts Section
Record ReferenceHML/2
NRA catalogue referenceNRA 30121 Nat Maritime Mus
Scope1804-09: letters to William Leake
RepositoryHertfordshire Archives and Local Studies
Record ReferenceDE/Ml link to online catalogueexternal link - opens in a new window
NRA catalogue referenceNRA 9367
Scope1801-05: letters (61) to Lord Nelson
RepositoryNational Maritime Museum: The Caird Library, Manuscripts Section
Record ReferenceCRK/1
NRA catalogue referenceNRA 30121 Nat Maritime Mus
Scope1792-1805: letters to Lord Nelson etc
RepositoryBritish Library, Manuscript Collections
Record ReferenceAdd MSS 34903-31 passim
Scopecorresp with Sir Arthur Paget
RepositoryBritish Library, Manuscript Collections
Record ReferenceAdd Mss 74524, 74525
Other referencesee Annual return 2003
Scope1802-05: letters to Granville Penn
RepositoryBritish Library, Manuscript Collections
Record ReferenceAdd MS 37268
Scope1798-1812: (copy) journal as Governor of Malta, and papers
RepositoryBritish Library, Manuscript Collections
Record ReferenceRP 1525

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