He was a highly skilled commander who saw action in the battle of the 'Glorious' first of June under Admiral Howe, the battle of Cape St Vincent under Admiral Sir John Jervis
and, after Trafalgar, he took over the Mediterranean command from the fallen Nelson, only relinquishing when he was near death, five years later in 1810.
But he was incensed to learn two other admirals, John Jervis
and Adam Duncan, got an additional PS1,000 annual payout.
Outclassed, not good enough, say what you like about England's showing with the willow, but, as the England chairman John Jervis
stated at the aftermatch dinner, the performance of Hopkins was simply fantastic, and much too good for his mesmerised opponents.
SIR JOHN MOORES Moores had always been an avid football fan from when he was very young and his father took him to see Manchester United, so he was interested in what he had heard about a football pool being run by a John Jervis
Barnard in Birmingham, but with little success.
In an article in The American Conservative think tank, Philip Giraldi, a former CIA officer, who is also executive director of the Council for the National Interest, wrote: During the Napoleonic Wars, when it was reported that the French were preparing to invade England, Admiral John Jervis
said "I do not say they the French cannot come-I only say they cannot come by sea.
His former home, Grade II-listed Meaford Hall, birthplace of Admiral John Jervis
who fought Napoleon, was on the market for offers of at least pounds 2.
In Uncanny Modernity, editors John Jervis
and Jo Collins aspire to expand uncanny studies and read beyond the parameters set by Freud, situating the uncanny within the rubric of modern experience.
At the heart of the landlocked county, it was birthplace in 1735 to one of the era's greatest seafarers, Admiral Sir John Jervis
, known best as mentor to Lord Nelson.
Hopkins was awarded the man of the match tankard by English chairman John Jervis
It was the birthplace of Admiral John Jervis
who fought Napoleon.