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by Brian Lavery

eBook Shipboard Life and Organisation, 1731-1815 (Navy Records Society Publications) ePub
Author: Brian Lavery
Language: English
ISBN: 1840142286
ISBN13: 978-1840142280
Publisher: Ashgate Pub Ltd; First Edition edition (October 1, 1998)
Pages: 656
Category: Military
Subcategory: History
Rating: 4.6
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Formats: mbr lit txt lrf
ePub file: 1468 kb
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It supplements other volumes produced by the Navy Records Society, notably Five Naval Journals 1789-1817 (vol 91. .

It supplements other volumes produced by the Navy Records Society, notably Five Naval Journals 1789-1817 (vol 91, 1951, ed H G Thursfield) and The Health of Seamen (vol 107, 1965, ed C C Lloyd. The selection begins in the second quarter of the eighteenth century because, stated Brian Lavery, & are no suitable documents from earlier periods' and closes in 1815, when the navy entered a new era with the advent of steam and a long period of peace

In 2009, Lavery wrote a The Sunday Times bestselling book to accompany the BBC series Empire of the Seas, presented by Dan Snow, which . Shipboard Life and Organisation, 1731–1815, Ashgate Publishing Ltd (1999).

In 2009, Lavery wrote a The Sunday Times bestselling book to accompany the BBC series Empire of the Seas, presented by Dan Snow, which, as The Sunday Express explains, "looks at the growth off Britain thanks to the Royal Navy, from Drake's defeat of the Armada to the First World Wa. Desmond Wettern Maritime Media Award (2007). Ship Models: Their Purpose and Development from 1650 to the Present, with Simon Stephens, Philip Wilson Publishers Ltd (1995).

Shipboard Life and Organization, 1731-1815.

His publications include, Shipboard Life and Organisation, 1731 – 1815 (Navy Records Society, 1999) Churchill’s Navy: The Ships, Men and Organisation (Conway, 2006).

His publications include, Shipboard Life and Organisation, 1731 – 1815 (Navy Records Society, 1999). Royal Tars of Old England: The Lower Deck of the Royal Navy, 875 – 1850 (Conway, 2010). Empire of the Seas (Conway, 2009). In Which They Served: The Royal Navy Officer Experience in the Second World War (Conway 2008). Shield of Empire: The Royal Navy in Scotland (Birlinn, 2007). Churchill’s Navy: The Ships, Men and Organisation (Conway, 2006). Hostilities Only: Training the Wartime Navy (National Maritime Museum, 2005).

One of the most important aspects of shipboard life was that it was intensely self-contained, especially in the later part of the age of sail

One of the most important aspects of shipboard life was that it was intensely self-contained, especially in the later part of the age of sail. After the conquest of scurvy, ships were able to stay at sea for many months at a time and the world-wide battle for empire caused them to make very long voyages, often away from their home bases over a period of years.

First published in 1998, this volume explores the Royal Navy which had most of its greatest triumphs in the decades up .More by Brian Lavery. Life in Nelson's Navy.It reveals many strong characters and colourful incidents of shipboard life, while providing material for study.

Lloyd's Register began life in Edward Lloyd’s Coffee House in 1760, as a location for London merchants to meet and discuss their business interests.

Lavery, Brian e. Shipboard Life and Organisation, 1731-1815. Occasional Publications of the Navy Records Society, Vol. 1 (1994). 8vo, xxvi, 656 pp, il. 1 fold. e. The Anthony Roll of Henry VIII's Navy. Pepys' Library 2991 and British Library Addirional MS 22047 with related documents. 2 (2000). 4to, xxii, 198 pp, ill. Updated 2000-12-19 by Lars Bruzelius.

Lavery, . 1998, Shipboard Life and Organization 1731–1815, Navy Records Society, London. 1966, Health of Seamen, Navy Records Society, London. Lloyd, C. (e. : 1966, Health of Seamen, Navy Records Society, London. Morriss, . 2003, ‘Practicality and Predjudice: the Blockade Strategy and Naval Medicine during the French Revolutionary War 1793–1801’, in Pieter van der Merwe (e., Science and the French and British Navies, 1700–1850, Greenwich, London. Pope, . 1963, The Black Ship, Weidenfeld & Nicolson, London.

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