Product images of Admiral Pasley, the 'Tough Old Commodore'. 'The bullets and gout have knocked his hulk about'
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Admiral Pasley, the 'Tough Old Commodore'. 'The bullets and gout have knocked his hulk about'
(caricature) Admiral Sir Thomas Pasley Bt (1734-1808) had a long and active naval career beginning before the Seven Years War and rising steadily through it and the American and French Revolutionary Wars. Appointed Commodore in command in the Medway in 1788 he became a rear-admiral in April 1794, just before losing his leg in the 'Bellerophon' in Howe's victory over the French at the Battle of the Glorious First of June that year. He received a pension of
Original size: 313 mm x 233 mm
- Image reference: PW5936
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London