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  1. Rear Admiral Sir Home Riggs Popham, KCB, KCH (12 October 1762 – 20 September 1820), was a Royal Navy commander who saw service against the French during the Revolutionary and Napoleonic Wars. He is remembered for his scientific accomplishments, particularly the development of a signal code that was adopted by the Royal Navy in 1803.

  2. En este contexto, Pitt dio a conocer el plan de Miranda al comodoro Home Popham, quien se convertiría en un entusiasta del asunto de Sudamérica. El 14 de octubre, Popham y Miranda presentaron a Pitt un memorándum que contenía detalles específicos para liberar Sudamérica y del cual Popham se valdría en 1806 para solicitar tropas para atacar Buenos Aires.

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  5. Home Riggs Popham, Charles Pasley (en modifier - modifier le code - modifier Wikidata L’ alphabet sémaphore , appelé dans la marine nationale signaux à bras , est un moyen de communication visuel utilisant deux pavillons Oscar fixés chacun sur une hampe.

  6. Sir William Pulteney was one of the EIC vessels that were part of the expedition under General Sir David Baird and Admiral Sir Home Riggs Popham that would in 1806 capture the Dutch Cape Colony. They would carry supplies and troops to the Cape, and then continue on their voyages. Sir William Pulteney was ultimately bound for Bombay and Bengal.

  7. Al producirse la primera de las Invasiones Inglesas al Río de la Plata en 1806, dirigida por el general William Carr Beresford y el comodoro sir Home Riggs Popham, se dirigió al campo y reunió un ejército voluntario que entrenó para recobrar la ciudad, junto a otros oficiales como Martín Rodríguez y Cornelio Zelaya.