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Rear-Admiral Sir John Jervis, 1st Earl of St Vincent (1735-1823)
A head-and-shoulders portrait, full-face, in a painted oval. Wearing rear-admiral's undress uniform 1787-1795, and the ribbon and star of the Bath, the former worn inside his coat. In 1795, he was put in command of the British Mediterranean fleet, and in 1797, with Nelson as his commodore, led his forces to victory over a Spanish fleet off Cape St Vincent. Jervis was created Earl St Vincent in recognition of this achievement and he later became First Lord of the Admiralty, 1801-1804.
Sir William Beechey
- Image reference: BHC3001
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London