Lord Nelson seasickness letter in Tunbridge Wells


A letter written by Admiral Lord Nelson from the decks of HMS Victory has gone on show in Tunbridge Wells.

In the letter, sent in October 1804, Nelson tells the 2nd Earl of Camden why Camden's nephew left his ship only a few months after joining the navy.

Nelson writes of his own battle with seasickness in the letter.

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