Old Salt on the Lakes, Naval Construction in 1813, "Naval Construction in 1813," The Monthly Nautical Magazine and Quarterly Review (New York, NY: Griffiths & Bates, 1855), December 1854, pp. 160-61 NAVAL CONSTRUCTION IN 1813.
Messrs. Editors : -- I have been thinking that if the British
Admiralty knew how fast we can work on this side of the At-
lantic, when a fleet or a fortress is to be taken, it may be they
would have given an order for enough vessels of light draught
of water ...
8 Sep 2011 Digital photograph of the HMCS Shawinigan and HMCS Summerside, mine sweepers for the Canadian Navy, docked at Dieppe in Windsor for a 48 hour stay.
These navy ships are tied up in a side-by-side configuration for both security and for assistance - only one is exposed to the shore with a gangway...
"Ontario," Niles Weekly Register, July 10, 1819 Ontario.
A letter from a traveller, dated Sackett's Harbor, June 6th, states that the United States vessels on lake Ontario, which were in service during the late war, are fast going to decay. The New Orleans, on the stocks, is enclosed in a building 230 feet in length, by 90 broad, and 90 feet...
Niles Weekly Register, September 7, 1822, The ships on the lakes, especially those on Ontario, with the exception of the New Orleans and Chippewa, of 106 guns each, are in a state of rapid decay, as was to have been expected. Those named were not launched, and, being well covered, might now soon be fitted for service. But, even in the ...
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