7 edition of The royal dockyards during the Revolutionary and Napoleonic Wars found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|LC Classifications||VA460.A1 M67 1983|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 262 p. :|
|Number of Pages||262|
|LC Control Number||83156753|
Admiral Sir Isaac Coffin, 1st Baronet, GCH (16 May – 23 July ) was an officer of the Royal Navy who served during the American War of Independence and the French Revolutionary and Napoleonic Wars.. Coffin was born in Boston and served in the navy on a number of ships during the War of Independence. He fought at Cape Henry with Arbuthnot . This book looks at the history of the Royal Navy during the French Revolutionary and Napoleonic Wars, , from a broad perspective, examining the strategy, operations and tactics of British s: 7.
This book looks at the history of the Royal Navy during the French Revolutionary and Napoleonic Wars, , from a broad perspective, examining the strategy, operations and tactics of British s: 8. A final conclusion, during the course of my research into this project I have ascertained that there are definite relationships between various aspect of military vessels in the Royal Navy during the Revolutionary and Napoleonic wars of But .
Fresh from the dockyard, HMS Pandora, a gun frigate, is about to set sail to join December It was a time of unrest and discontent for Britain, made even worse by the war with Revolutionary France and the possibility of imminent invasion/5(9). The vessels were a common form of internment in Britain and elsewhere in the 18th and 19th centuries. Charles F. Campbell writes that around 40 ships of the Royal Navy were converted for use as prison hulks. Other hulks included HMS Warrior, which became a prison ship at Woolwich in February One was established at Gibraltar, others at Bermuda (the Dromedary), at .
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During the French Revolutionary and Napoleonic Wars, the technology employed by the British navy changed not just the material resources of the British navy but the culture and performance of the royal dockyards.
This book examines the role of the Inspector General of Naval Works, an Admiralty office occupied by Samuel Bentham between andwhich initiated a range of changes in dockyard.
Royal dockyards during the Revolutionary and Napoleonic Wars. [Leicester, Leicestershire]: Leicester University Press, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Roger Morriss. A Naval History of Great Britain: During the French Revolutionary and Napoleonic Wars, Vol. 6: [James, William M., Lambert, Andrew] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
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Free delivery for many products. Morriss, Roger, The Royal Dockyards during the Revolutionary and Napoleonic Wars, Leicester University Press, Morris, D. Cruisers of the Royal & Commonwealth Navies sinceMaritime Books, Liskeard, Cornwall. Parkes, Dr. Oscar OBE. AINA, A History of British BattleshipsSeeley Service, Transactions of the Naval Dockyards Society.
Vol. 1: Portsmouth Dockyard in the Age of Nelson ed. Ray Riley Naval Dockyards Society, Portsmouth, ISBN £ plus P&P ( pages) Andrew Lambert ‘Science and sea power: the Navy Board, the Royal Society and the structural reforms of Sir Robert Seppings’ Roger Morriss ‘The office of the Inspector.
Book Description. Individually and collectively, the essays in this cross-disciplinary collection explore the impact of the revolutionary and Napoleonic Wars on European visual culture, from the outbreak of the pan-European conflict with France in to the aftermath of the Battle of Waterloo in Morriss, Roger, The Royal Dockyards during the Revolutionary and Napoleonic Wars, Leicester University Press, Morris, D.
Cruisers of the Royal & Commonwealth Navies sinceMaritime Books, Liskeard, Cornwall. The French Revolutionary and Napoleonic Wars witnessed a huge growth in the size of all the Royal Dockyards, with this period culminating in the establishment of a further home yard at Pembroke.
Unlike other home yards, Pembroke specialised exclusively upon the building of new warships and possessed no repair and maintenance facilities.
Several substantial ships were built at these yards during the time of the Napoleonic Wars. Amherstburg Royal Naval Dockyard, Amherstburg, Ontario operated from to Preserved as national historic site and municipal park.
Call for Papers 25th Annual Conference: 27 March National Maritime Museum Greenwich Dockyards and Baltic Campaigns (–): Comparisons and Transformations This one-day conference will examine the role of the naval dockyards and bases that were closely associated with Baltic naval campaigns.
was the year that the Great Northern War was finally. Books shelved as napoleonic-wars-naval: The Long Fight by D.A. Rayner, The Life of Horatio Lord Nelson by Robert Southey, The Shining Sea: David Porter a. William James' Naval History is one of the most valuable works in the English language on the operation of the Royal Navy during the French Revolutionary and Napoleonic Wars.
The original five volumes were published inwith a six-volume edition appearing in Previously the work has only been available to scholars through specialist libraries. The book does have a pretty good bibliography.
If interested in the role of the Marines in the American Revolution, The Lost War, a collection of letters from British Officers to the Earl of Something or other in England, gives a good account of the Marines in Boston and Halifax during the s: 4.
Revolutionary and Napoleonic wars is John D. Byrn, Jr.'s book on crime and punishment in an overseas British squadron from to While agreeing with Rodger that naval discipline did not consist solely of rampant brutality, Byrn saw the British naval community at the end of the eighteenth century as being more formalized and.
Widely proclaimed as the best single volume work on the Napoleonic Wars, David Chandler's large book is easily the top pick.
Maintaining an easy to read style across a detailed examination of the battles, tactics, and events, the book contains a wealth of information. I recently started reading Patrick O'Brian's historical novels set during the Napoleonic Wars at sea and then I found this book about the actual history.
This book is an excellent overview of many aspects of the Royal Navy during the period, from life on board ships to strategy and tactics of the naval s: On the home front in the Napoleonic Wars. Jenny Uglow’s new book ‘In These Times’ is a history of those at home in Britain during the Napoleonic Wars, including novelist Jane Austen, whose.
Mark Jessop was a communicator in the Royal Navy at the time of the Falklands War, served multiple times in the Gulf, and did a tour of the Far East. Based in some of the largest British naval dockyards and having served on three frigates, he came to see not only the importance of yard workers and ships, but also just what it takes to maintain Reviews: 1.
During the French Revolutionary and Napoleonic Wars, the Royal Navy increased its manpower from fewer t to more thanmen, with a concomitant increase in the quantities of food and drink required to sustain them. The organisation responsible for this, the Victualling Board, performed its tasks using techniques and systems which it had developed.
The Portsmouth Block Mills form part of the Portsmouth Dockyard at Portsmouth, Hampshire, England, and were built during the Napoleonic Wars to supply the British Royal Navy with pulley blocks. Call it stars. A decent, if uninspiring, survey of the Royal Navy during the Napoleonic Wars, just as it says on the tin.
The author claims that, apart from a few major battles during the early years of the war, the Royal Navy's main success was in expanding and protecting British trade, maintaining its creditworthiness and allowing it to fund the major parts of the war /5(2).The Caird Library has recently installed a new display of archive and library material.
The theme is Prisoners of War at Home and Overseas,and it reveals what life was like for the men and boys captured during the French Revolutionary and Napoleonic Wars. During this period, hundreds of thousands of prisoners of war were held captive at depots, barracks, and on .