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Letter from Lady Nelson to Alexander Davison, page three
Davison started his career as a merchant and shipowner in the Canadian trade. He first met Nelson (q.v.) in 1782 and remained a life-long friend as well as his prize agent. Davison flourished as a government contractor, and, eventually, after obtaining the prize agency for the Nile Fleet, as a banker. His fortunes dwindled after dabbling with politics and after Nelson's death.
Lady Frances Nelson, First Viscountess Nelson
- Image reference: F4370-3
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London