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5 edition of Out-letters of the Continental Marine Committee and Board of admiralty found in the catalog.

Out-letters of the Continental Marine Committee and Board of admiralty

August, 1776-September, 1780

by United States. Continental Congress. Marine Committee.

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Published by Printed for the Naval History Society by the De Vinne Press in New York .
Written in English

    Places:
  • United States
    • Subjects:
    • United States. Navy -- History -- Revolution, 1775-1783 -- Sources,
    • United States -- History -- Revolution, 1775-1783 -- Naval operations -- Sources

    • Edition Notes

      Statemented. by Charles Oscar Paullin.
      SeriesPublications of the Naval History Society., vol.IV-V
      ContributionsPaullin, Charles Oscar, 1868 or 9-1944, ed., United States. Board of Admiralty.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsE271 .U56
      The Physical Object
      Pagination2 v.
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL6565431M
      LC Control Number14005098
      OCLC/WorldCa169713

      In addition, you can peruse: Admiralty Fleet Orders from (of interest because they so closely mirror their British Out-letters of the Continental Marine Committee and Board of Admiralty, August, September, (2 You are currently browsing the armchair seadog blog archives for February, Pages. About; Archives. Paullin, Charles Oscar. OUT-LETTERS OF THE CONTINENTAL MARINE COMMITTEE AND BOARD OF ADMIRALTY. AUGUST, SEPTEMBER, NY. b/w plates. 2 vols. xxviii, ; xxii, pp. # in an edition limited to copies, printed for the Naval Historical Society. Smith I Half vellum over boards. VG. 2 vols. in slipcases. $

        [24] “To Captain Charles Alexander from Continental Marine Committee, “April 8, , in Charles Oscar Paullin, ed., Out-letters of the Continental Marine Committee, Vol.1 (New York: The Naval History Society, ), Just several days before the event he had been told that Fisher would hang out a white sheet from the lighthouse if. History. The record office was established in the Admiralty in to only manage the collections and to devise a central system of digesting and indexing. It existed until when the Admiralty Department was abolished and merged within a new Ministry of Defence.. Responsibilities. Before the First World War the Admiralty was usually divided up for administrative reasons into branches Headquarters: Admiralty Building, Whitehall, London.

      Out-letters of the Continental Marine Committee and Board of Admiralty, August, September, by United States. Board Of Admiralty Board Of Admiralty Paris Sketch Book, The 8-bit text (with accented letters) by Thackeray. Admiralty. Marine Pay Office Records (ADM 96/). 3 reels. Muster rolls and pay records of royal Marines. Out-letters, , contain some references to marines serving in America. Also contains muster rolls and returns of the Marine Company which served in Philadelphia and New York, [FILM ]. Great Britain. Admiralty.


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Continental Congress. Marine Committee. Out-Letters of the Continental Marine Committee and Board of Admiralty, August, September, Edited by Charles 0. Paullin, New York: Naval History Society, 2 vols. Primary source material for the administration and operations of the Continental Navy.

U.S. Library of Congress. Out-letters of the Continental Marine Committee and Board of Admiralty, August, September,edited by Charles Oscar Paullin. New York, Printed for the Naval History Society by the De Vinne Press, Guide to the materials in London archives for the history of the United States sinceby Charles O.

Paullin and Frederic L. The seat of William Lux, a merchant, shipowner, and Continental marine agent in Baltimore, was called Chatsworth. JA and Samuel Adams had written letters introducing Lux’s son George to James Warren in July See Charles O.

Paullin, ed., Out-Letters of the Continental Marine Committee and Board of Admiralty, N.Y.,; Bevan, “Continental Congress in Baltimore,” p. 27 and. 95 Out-letters of the Continental Marine Committee and Board of Admiralty: August September by Charles Oscar PaullinPage 64 96 Seth Harding, Mariner by James L.

HowardPages 88 & 89 97 A Naval History of the American. Captains to the Northward: The Abraham Whipple Alfred Amer American Andrew Doria appointed Archives ashore Board Letter Book Board of Admiralty Boston brig British Cabot Book Ibid Island Historical Society John Barry John Manley John Paul Jones Jones Journals of Cont June Lieutenant London Manley Marine Committee Out-Letters.

While it appears that little improvement took place during the conflict, the subject of signaling was discussed in at least 26 of the "Out-Letters" of the Marine Committee and Board of Admiralty between January and October 15 It remained for Capt.

Richard Kempenfelt, Royal Navy, to whom Lord Howe turned over his signal book upon. Out-Letters of the Continental Marine Committee and Board of Admiralty August September New York: Naval History Society, 2vols. New York: Naval History Society, 2vols. Volume I is. On a windy August morning intwo Continental Navy captains strolled down Boston’s cobblestone streets, heading for a waterfront tavern and breakfast.

1 To passers-by, John Paul Jones and John Barry made a rather incongruous pair. While Barry—a ruddy-faced man, six feet four in his stocking feet—wore the official naval uniform consisting of a blue coat and breeches with a red. Probably the letter of 14 April from the Board of Admiralty to Bradford, continental agent at Boston, requesting information about the disposal of prize cargoes (Charles O.

Paullin, ed., Out-Letters of Board of Admiralty, II, ). 84 Paullin, Charles Oscar, Out Letters of the Continental Marine Committee and the Board of Admiralty, August SeptemberNaval History Society, New York:II, Board of Admiralty to James Nicholson, 2 September85 Paullin, Out Letters, Board of Admiralty to James Nicholson, 2 SeptemberOut-letters of the Continental Marine Committee and Board of Admiralty, August, September,(New York, Printed for the Naval History Society by the De Vinne Press, ), by United States.

Continental Congress. Marine Committee and United States. Board of Admiralty, ed. by Charles Oscar Paullin (page images at HathiTrust). Out-letters of the Continental Marine Committee and Board of Admiralty by United States Call Number: Online - free - HathiTrust August, September,ed. by Charles Oscar Paullin.

Additional primary sources can be consulted: The correspondence of Esek Hopkins, commander-in-chief of the United States navy; Letters and papers relating to the cruises of Gustavus Conyngham, a captain of the continental navy, ; The journal of Gideon Olmstead: adventures of a sea captain during the American Revolution; Out-letters of the Continental Marine Committee and .Fourth and fifth volumes: "The Out-Letters of the continental Marine Committee and Board of Admiralty, ," Vols I and II, edited by Dr.

Charles Oscar Paulin and printed by DeVinne Press, New York (see Series 22).We can further verify by looking at the Out-letters of the Continental Marine Committee and Board of Admiralty, August – SeptemberVol 2 (Edited by Charles Oscar Paullin, printed for the Naval History Society by De Vinne Press, New York, ) of a settling of accounts for vessels employed, including Captain Stiles and the.