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1827 The Battle of Navarin 485

The officers wounded severely were:

Mr. J. H. Codrington
Mr. W. V. Lee
Mr. R. H. Bunbury
Mr. C. Wakeham
Mr. William Lloyd
Mr. Frederick Grey
Mr. Thos. Addington
Lieutenant-colonel Carador
Mr. Henry S. Dyer
Commander J. N. Campbell of the Albion
Lieutenant J. G. Durban
Rev. E. Winder
Mr. W. F. O'Kane
Mr. James Stewart
Captain Thomas Moore
Mr. H. B. Gray
Lieutenant H. R. Sturt
Mr. James Chambers
Mr. Launcelot Harrison
Lieutenant Spencer Smith
Mr. John Dellamore
Mr. Joseph Gray
Lieutenant R. S. Hay
Mr. Alexander Calton
Lieutenant Maine Lyons
Mr. Douglas Currie
Mr. William Williams
Mr. John lsatt

The combined Turkish and Egyptian forces, with the list of vessels destroyed, is thus given by commander Peter Richards, who received his information from Monsieur Letellier, the French instructor of the Egyptian navy

Line

Double
Frigates

Frigates

Corvettes

Brigs

Schooners

Fire-Brigs

Transports

Total

 

Aus

Turk

2

...

5

12

...

...

...

...

...

19

Capitan Bey's division from Alexandria

...

4

...

11

21

5

6

8

33

88

Moharem Bey's division, ditto .

...

...

2

..

1

...

...

...

...

3

Tunician division,

ditto.

1

...

6

7

6

...

...

...

...

20

Tapir Pacha's division from Constantinople.

3

4

13

30

28

5

6

8

33

130

Total transports included.

1

3

9

22

19

1

5

...

...

60

Destroyed.

2

1

4

8

9

4

1

   

29

Remain, besides transports.

The killed were estimated at 3000 and the wounded at 1109 ; perhaps, if for the wounded we read killed, and for killed, wounded, it would be more correct.

" LONDON GAZETTE EXTRAORDINARY.

" Admiralty-office, Nov. 10, 1827."

Despatches, of which the following are copies or extracts, have been this day received at this office, addressed to John

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