Hawke, Lord (d. 1781)

Hawke, Lord, an English admiral, born in London; entered the navy at an early age in 1747; defeated a French fleet off Finisterre and captured six ships of the line in 1759; defeated Admiral Conflans off Belleisle; was made a peer in 1776; (d. 1781).

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Hawk-eye State * Hawker, Robert Stephen
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Haversian Canals
Havre, Le
Hawaiian Islands
Haweis, Hugh Reginald
Hawes, Stephen
Hawk-eye State
Hawke, Lord
Hawker, Robert Stephen
Hawkesworth, John
Hawkins, Sir John
Hawkins, Sir John
Hawkwood, Sir John
Hawthorne, Nathaniel
Haydn, Joseph
Haydon, Benjamin Robert
Hayes, Isaac Israel


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Anson, George
Boscawen, Right Hon. Edward
Dalrymple, Alexander
Falconer, William
Hawke, Edward, Lord Hawke
Howe, Richard
James, Sir William
Rodney, George Brydges
Sanders, Robert
Stillingfleet, Benjamin
Thompson, Edward