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The tryal of Sir Chaloner Ogle, Kt., rear-admiral of the Blue

Ogle, Chaloner Sir

The tryal of Sir Chaloner Ogle, Kt., rear-admiral of the Blue

before the chief justice of Jamaica, for an assault upon the person of His Excellency Mr. Trelawney the governor, committed in his own house in Spanish-Town on the 22d day of July last : with authentic copies of the several letters that passed on that occasion, between Mr. Concanen, now attorney-general of the island, Sir Chaloner Ogle, the governor, and Admiral V--

by Ogle, Chaloner Sir

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Published by Printed for W. Webb in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Trelawny, Edward, -- 1699-1754

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesSelected Americana from Sabin"s Dictionary of books relating to America, from its discovery to the present time -- 8560
    ContributionsVernon, Edward, 1684-1757
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination22 p.
    Number of Pages22
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14704091M

    Sir David: () ; vice-admiral; was bound apprentice to trading vessel ; in was first captain of Britannia ; served in Battle of Barfleur, , culminating in burning French ships in Bay of La Hogue ; appointed by King as one of the grooms of the bedchamber ; became rear admiral of the blue. Charles Duberger Chaloner 17 Nov Norman, Sudbury, Ontario, Canada - 22 Aug managed by Chad Chaloner last edited 11 Apr John Henry Chaloner - last edited 31 Mar Thomas Chaloner abt Liverpool, Lancashire, England, United Kingdom - 18 May managed by Steve Miall last edited 30 Mar

    4. Admiral of the Blue Squadron 5. Vice-Admiral of the Red Squadron 6. Vice-Admiral of the White Squadron 7. Vice-Admiral of the Blue Squadron 8. Rear-Admiral of the Red Squadron 9. Rear-Admiral of the White Squadron Rear-Admiral of the Blue Squadron. Admirals without an appointment were colloquially referred to as Yellow Admirals. The real Thomas Chaloner lived between the years and and used to write poems in the English and Latin languages. He had a son who was also named as Thomas Chaloner. He lived between the years and , and enjoyed the patronage of the wealthy and the powerful Cecil family. Chaloner later became one of the favorites of King James I.

    Charles Chaloner Ogle (–) was an English journalist, killed while reporting on the war in the Balkans. Biography Edit Ogle, fourth son of John Ogle of St. Clare, near Ightham, Sevenoaks, Kent, was born on 16 April , and educated, with other pupils, under his father at St. Clare. Memorial to Chaloner Ogle in Winchester 2, × 2,; MB Perspective view of the order of sailing and conducting his majesty's ships of war and transports LCCNjpg 1, × .


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rear admiral of the blue before the Chief Justice of Jamaica, for an assault on the person of His Excellency Mr. Trelawney, the Governor, committed in his own house, in Spanish Town, on the 22nd day of July last: with authentic copies of the several letters that passed on that occasion, between Mr.

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Trelawney the governor, committed in his own house in Spanish Town, on the 22d day of July last. -- Sir Chaloner Ogle I wish to acknowledge the editing help I have received from Wayne Ogle and Shirley Willard Extract from the book “The TRYAL of Sir Chaloner Admiral Ogle, Kt., Rear Admiral of the Blue" Extract from the book "Admirals of the Caribbean" Extract from the book Ogle and Bothal, concerning Sir Chaloner Ogle.

Sir Chaloner Ogle, 1st Baronet ( – 27 August ) was an officer of the Royal Navy. He was promoted to Rear-Admiral of the Blue on 26 SeptemberAdmiral of the Blue on 12 April and Admiral of the Red in The tryal of Sir Chaloner Ogle, Kt.

Rear-Admiral of the Blue, before the chief justice of Jamaica, Three speeches delivered in Guild-hall, London, on Tuesday the fourth of March, XIX propositions made by both Houses of Parliament, to the Kings Most Excellent Majestie.

Pagination. The tryal of Sir Chaloner Ogle, Kt. rear admiral of the blue before the Chief Justice of Jamaica, for an assault on the person of His Excellency Mr.

Trelawney, the Governor, committed in his own house, in Spanish Town, on the 22nd day of July last: with authentic copies of the several letters that passed on that occasion, between Mr. Concanen. A three-quarter length portrait of Admiral Sir Chaloner Ogle painted between and He wears a blue velvet coat with gold buttons and gold embroidered buttonholes and a white campaign wig.

His right hand rests on an anchor fluke his left on his hip. In the. Relating to an Engagement with a Spanish Squadron on the 1st of October,[no publisher], ; The Trial of Capt.

John Porteous, Before the High Criminal Court in London, T. Cooper,5 works in 1 vol., early calf, rebacked--The Genuine Account of the Trial of Eugene Aram, for the Murder of Daniel Clark, Late of Knaresbrough, in.

The portrait in New York is smaller (30 x 24 ins: X mm) and bears an inscription on the reverse: 'Sir Chaloner Ogle. Brt / Senior Admiral of the Red.

/ His Royal Hs the Duke of Clarence being made / Admiral of the fleet over his head / died '. found: The tryal of Sir Chaloner Ogle, kt., rear admiral of the Blue, before the chief justice of Jamaica found: DNB (Ogle, Sir Chaloner, ?) Editorial Notes.

Details of ADM 6/22/; Reference: ADM 6/22/ Description: James Gambier, Vice Admiral of the Blue; William Lloyd, Vice Admiral of the Blue; Francis William Drake, Vice Admiral of the Blue; Sir Edward Hughes, Knight of the Bath, Vice Admiral of the Blue; Hyde Parker, Vice Admiral of the Blue; John Evans, Vice Admiral of the Blue; Mark Milbanke, Vice Admiral of the Blue; Nicholas Vincent.

Admiral of the Fleet Sir Chaloner Ogle KB ( – 11 April ) was a Royal Navy officer and politician. After serving as a junior officer during the Nine Years' War, a ship he was commanding was captured by three French ships off Ostend in July in an action during the War of the Spanish Succession.

Sir William Chaloner Burnaby (), 2nd Baronet; Chaloner Grenville Alabaster (), son of Chaloner Grenville Alabaster, Attorney General of Hong Kong; Chaloner Grenville Alabaster (), English administrator in China, Consul General at Hankow, Wuhan ( to ) Sir Chaloner Ogle (), 1st Baronet, British Admiral.

Ogle was promoted to the rank of Rear Admiral of the Blue later that year, and in reached the rank of Admiral of the Red. He was created a baronet shortly before his death in at eighty-nine. Ogle married Hester Thomas, daughter and co-heir of the bishop of Winchester, inand the couple had many children.

Ogle, Chaloner, defendant. The tryal of Sir Chaloner Ogle, Kt. rear admiral of the Blue. Before the Chief Justice of Jamaica, for an assault on the person of His Excellency Mr. Trelawney the governor, committed in his own house in Spanish Town, on the 22d day of July last.

Admiral of the Fleet Sir Chaloner Ogle KB ( – 11 April ) was a Royal Navy officer and politician. After serving as a junior officer during the Nine Years' War, a ship he was commanding was captured by three French ships off Ostend in July in an action during the War of the Spanish Succession.

Ogle was given command of the fourth-rate HMS Swallow and saw action against the. Assault and battery report of the trials of the causes of Elisha Jenkins vs. Solomon Van Rensselaer, Solomon Van Rensselaer vs.

John Tayler, the same vs. Charles D. Cooper, and the same vs. Francis Bloodgood, before arbitrators at Albany, August 16th, 17th, and 18th, The two known former fleet admirals.

"Fleet Admiral" (元帥, Gensui?) is the highest Marine rank, and is the commander of the entire organization. It is just above admiral but below the World Government Commander-in-Chief and the Five fleet admiral and the three admirals are the only ones within the Marines capable of legally initiating a Buster Call, as well as granting World.Thomas Chaloner, Republican MP and regicide who advocated war with the Dutch to promote England's trade interests.

T he third son of Sir Thomas Chaloner of Steeple Claydon in Buckinghamshire, Thomas Chaloner was educated at Exeter College, Oxford, and the Inner Temple. Inhe fled abroad when Archbishop Laud ordered his arrest on suspicion of writing a subversive .