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THE TRAFALGAR FLEET.

TO THE EDITOE. Sir, —Had Nelson sighted the French and Spanish fleets on that memorable 21at October 1805, to windward in place of to leeward, what would his tactical fleet movements for attacking the enemy have been? The wind was light, and some ships carried lower and topmast etun’eaile, with their royals set, to keep stations, and even then Were unable to do so. Perhaps a naval correspondent from these facts may bell us what Nelson would have done or should have done. —I am, etc., F.M. October 23.

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THE TRAFALGAR FLEET., Evening Star, Issue 15632, 24 October 1914

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THE TRAFALGAR FLEET. Evening Star, Issue 15632, 24 October 1914

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