HMS Dauntless
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Although humorous Polypharmacy happens quite often, especially in the geriatric population. Something needs to change.

Although humorous Polypharmacy happens quite often, especially in the geriatric population. Something needs to change.

I need to remember this.

I need to remember this.

Indeed

Indeed

'If you want to go fast, go alone. If you want to go far, go together.' -African Proverb #quote - ☮k☮

'If you want to go fast, go alone. If you want to go far, go together.' -African Proverb #quote - ☮k☮

Christoffer Wilhelm ECKERSBERG /(1783-1853, "Vaisseau russe" ~Via Else WH

Christoffer Wilhelm ECKERSBERG /(1783-1853, "Vaisseau russe" ~Via Else WH

"H.M.S. RESOLUTION" - Watercolor, in Sailing Ship Paintings

"H.M.S. RESOLUTION" - Watercolor, in Sailing Ship Paintings

1750's.

1750's.

Sir Thomas Pasley, 1734-1808, Admiral of the White. Pasley's fighting career began as a lieutenant in the Seven Years War and continued through the War of American Independence. He was Commodore in the Medway in 1788 and was promoted rear-admiral in April 1794. He engaged at the Battle of the Glorious First of June 1794, in which he flew his flag in the 'Bellerophon' and lost his left leg below the knee. In 1798 he became Commander-in-Chief at the Nore and in 1799 at Plymouth, his last…

Sir Thomas Pasley, 1734-1808, Admiral of the White. Pasley's fighting career began as a lieutenant in the Seven Years War and continued through the War of American Independence. He was Commodore in the Medway in 1788 and was promoted rear-admiral in April 1794. He engaged at the Battle of the Glorious First of June 1794, in which he flew his flag in the 'Bellerophon' and lost his left leg below the knee. In 1798 he became Commander-in-Chief at the Nore and in 1799 at Plymouth, his last…

Admiral Robert Roddam, 1719-1808 - National Maritime Museum. He was Commander-in-Chief at the Nore, 1778-83.

Admiral Robert Roddam, 1719-1808 - National Maritime Museum. He was Commander-in-Chief at the Nore, 1778-83.