The trial of Richard Parker, for mutiny, &c. &c. on board of His Majesty"s fleet at the Nore

to which is added an account of his behaviour during the whole proceedings, and at the place of execution : with a description of his person.
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Parker, Richard, -- 1767-1797 -- Trials, litigation, etc, Trials (Mutiny) -- Great Britain, Nore Mutiny, 1797, Courts-martial and courts of inquiry -- Great Britain, Trials (Naval offenses) -- Great Br
GenreTrials, litigation, etc
ContributionsGreat Britain. Royal Navy. Court-martial (Parker : 1797)
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LC ClassificationsKD6316.P375 P375 1797
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Pagination[4], 63, [1] p. ;
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Open LibraryOL23153541M
LC Control Number2006572776

The trial of Richard Parker, for mutiny &c., &c., on board of His Majesty's fleet at the Nore: to which is added an account of his behaviour during the whole proceedings and at the place of execution: with a description of his person.

His ship was the Sandwich and a little over a month later on 12 May the mutiny at The Nore began. Parker was chosen by the other delegates to be President of the Fleet because he was a gentleman and was smart enough to match clever words with well-educated officers.

Get this from a library. The whole trial and defence of Richard Parker: president of the delegates, for Mutiny, &c. On board the Sandwich, and others of His Majesty's The trial of Richard Parker, at the Nore, In May, Before a Court Martial, held on board the Neptune, of 98 Guns, Laying off Greenhithe, near Gravesend, On Thursday, 22d of June,and following Days.

Jun 30,  · The Nore mutiny, less united and disciplined than that at Spithead, saw several ships at Nore mutiny and elect as their leader this post’s principle character, Richard Parker. Parker was an intelligent, veteran sailor with some history of sticking his neck out for better working conditions.

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