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The Blackwall frigates


Year: 1922
Language: english
Author: Lubbock B.
Genre: History
Publisher: James Brown & Son
Edition: 1st
Format: PDF
Quality: Scanned pages
Pages count: 466
Description: Excellent history of the Blackwall Yard where many of the East India Co. Ships were built. Much on the East India Company and the ships that sailed for it, and a review of numerous specific "Blackwallers." The appendix includes a listing of the Blackwall frigates, when built, weight, their owners, etc.; old station lists; abstract logs of the Hotspur (London to Calcutta, 1863), The Tweed (first passage to Melbourne, 1873), and the Holmsdale (Melbourne to London, 1883); and finally, the sail area and spar plan of the Clarence. An excellent source-book..

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