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Instructions for the exercise and service of great guns on board His Majesty"s ships

George W. Adams

Instructions for the exercise and service of great guns on board His Majesty"s ships

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Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Great Britain. Royal Navy,
  • Great Britain,
  • Gunnery,
  • Naval Ordnance

  • About the Edition

    Manuscript book (187 pages) containing instructions for the exercise and service of great guns on board His Majesty"s ships.

    The Physical Object
    Pagination1
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25254595M
    LC Control Number83097907

    Full text of "The Virginia magazine of history and biography" See other formats. You missed my point. I was responding to the question in the OP, "What was the last great sail-powered warship. Since the Constitution is still a commissioned vessel, there is no answer, since there is as yet no last great sail-powered warship. That's a bit too nitpicky for my tastes. ORDE, After Lieutenant Thomas The situation of His Mtys. Ship Blanche, of 32 Guns & Men, & the French Frigate La Pique, of 40 Guns & Men, at a quarter past 5 o'Clock in the Morning, about a quarter of an hour before the Pique surrendered, having been towed in that way near 3 hours and a half, and having made frequent attempts to board the Blanche without success. ballast, and ships on regular and fixed trading pattern where the Loading Manual gives sufficient guidance, and in addition the exception given under Category I. S - Annual and Special Survey At each Annual and Special Survey, it is to be checked that the approved loading guidance information is available on Size: 5MB.

      : USS General H.W. Butner: This is The Ship I Sailed On--Personal Memento of young Soldier: 32 pp. 19 x 13 cm. Paper booklet with personal ink inscriptions as described. Very good. Little booklet contains photos of happy soldiers and military families boarding Troopship USS General H.W. Butner (T-AP ) which carried thousands from U.S. to Bremerhaven, Germany during .


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Publication date Book from the collections of National Library of Naples Language English. exercise of the small arms and great guns for the seamen on board his majesty’s ships () £ £ Official manual setting out instructions for firing of small arms and cannon in the Navy of the s.

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