Seymour, Sir Michael, 1802-1887 (Knight, naval officer)
Found in 13 Collections and/or Records:
An undated circular by Francis Vyse, Acting Consul, Kanagawa, 23 November 1859, 1 bifolio, including a despatch from Rutherford Alcock to Vyse, Yedo, 21 November 1859, and a table of applications made to the Treasury at Kanagawa for itzeboos in exchange for dollars, 2-4 November 1859. There is also a cutting from the 'Daily Telegraph', London, 27 February 1860, pp. 5-6, including two articles, 'The Stoppage of Trade in Japan' and 'Lord Elgin and Sir M. Seymour'.
A copy of a despatch from the Naval and Military Commanders-in-Chief of the Allied Forces to Po-kuei proposing four regulations for maintaining order in Canton, dated the 7th year, 11th month, 25th day of Xianfeng's reign (9 January 1858). The despatch is undersigned by Real-Admiral Li (Rigault de Genouilly), the French Commodore; Real-Admiral Hsi (Michael Seymour), the English Commodore; and Ssu (Charles Van Straubenzee), the Major-General of the British garrisons at Hong Kong.
A despatch from H.M.S. 'Esk', Singapore, to Parkes.
A sheet containing a copy of a despatch from Sir John Bowring, Hong Kong, to Parkes, 18 April 1857, certified by Henry Hance, and of a despatch from Michael Seymour, H.M.S. 'Calcutta', Hong Kong, to Bowring, 18 April 1857, also certified by Hance.
From H.M.S. 'Calcutta', Hong Kong.