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The Last of Nelson's Officers at Trafalgar.--The London Sunday Times, of May 5, reports :--Lieutenant Roteley died at his residence, May Hill, Swansea, on the 21st, aged 76. Lieut. Roteley was the last surviving officer of the ship Victory, of Trafalgar, having fought with Nelson at the memorable engagement at Trafalgar. He was allowed to retire from full pay about forty years ago, and from that time he has enjoyed his pension. On his retirement he held the rank of Brevet Major in the Venezuelan service. He was much esteemed, and will be regretted by all who knew him. Out of nine hundred men who were on board the Victory at Trafalgar, five only now remain; and Lieut. Roteley was the last surviving officer. He was born at the Castle Hotel, Neath, Glamorganshire.