Fleet Battle and Blockade, the French revolutionary war 1793-1797
Gardiner, Robert [editor]
Historic Architecture of the Royal Navy, an introduction
by J.G. Coad
concentrating on the period 1700 to 1900, a study of the architecture of the naval shore bases, in particular the dockyards built to service the sailing navy
Pneumatic Steering Gear of the U.S. Monitor ‘Terror’
by A.H, Spiller
New York, Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers, 1897.
13 page article from the Transactions of the Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers, plus 10 plates of folding plans and photos.
Le Chébec, de 24 Canons de 6 et 35 Espingoles, 1750-1786
Association des Amis des Musées de la Marine
Paris, Les Amis des Musées de la Marine, 1954
First Frigates, nine-pounder and 12-pounder frigates, 1748-1815
by Robert Gardiner
a volume in Conway’s “Ship Types” series, outlining the development of the early frigates, based upon the plan collection held in the National Maritime Museum.
receipts for wooden artefacts manufactured from the timbers of HMS Victory
four original detailed receipts dating from December 1937 and January 1938.
the Plymouth firm of S.J. Lethbridge specialised in making furnishings and other wooden items from old ships’ timbers.
These four receipts are for small wooden items – ash trays, tobacco barrels, candlesticks, serviette rings, cartridge cases, etc., apparently created from timbers from HMS Victory