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    From about midday tomorrow until sometime on...

    From about midday tomorrow until sometime on Monday I will be out of touch with the Anchorage, but will try to catch up with any outstanding matters as soon as I can.
    Rob.
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    No you have me with that one DB. :clap: Not one...

    No you have me with that one DB. :clap:
    Not one I have ever run across before.
    Rob.
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    Got me DB. N-I-H \s not one I have come across!...

    Got me DB. N-I-H \s not one I have come across!
    Rob.
  4. Thread: Clearing out.

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    Clearing out.

    Ihave decided to clear out a few of my surplus bits and bobs for trade off. The participants to share whatever postage is incurred.

    I have the following to trade for any C decks you may have...
  5. HMS Dictator (1783) HMS Dictator was a John...

    HMS Dictator (1783)

    HMS Dictator was a John Williams designed Inflexible Class 64 gun third rate ship of the line, built by Robert Batson at Limehouse. Ordered on the 21st of October, 1778, and...
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    https://sailsofglory.org/attachment.php?attachment...

    https://sailsofglory.org/attachment.php?attachmentid=50786&stc=1...https://sailsofglory.org/attachment.php?attachmentid=50787&stc=1
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    Now got the gunboats Based and ready for action.

    Now got the gunboats Based and ready for action.
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    Wool, Dorchester.

    Wool, Dorchester.
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    HMS Diadem (1782)

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    Diadem at the capture of the Cape of Good Hope by Thomas Whitcombe.

    HMS Diadem was a John Williams designed,...
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    ...https://sailsofglory.org/attachment.php?attachm...

    ...https://sailsofglory.org/attachment.php?attachmentid=50776&stc=1
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    Ship cards for the Galleys now completed.

    Ship cards for the Galleys now completed.
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    Tewkesbury.

    Tewkesbury.
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    Launching the Conni sounds very reminiscent of...

    Launching the Conni sounds very reminiscent of Brunel trying to launch the Great Eastern Bill.

    Rob.
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    Maybe you chaps could do the same sort of thing...

    Maybe you chaps could do the same sort of thing for US ships as I am doing for the British Fleet with a biography of each ship and its stats.
    Rob.
  18. Thread: HOME MADE BASES.

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    Tomorrow I hope to fet the two gunboats finished....

    Tomorrow I hope to fet the two gunboats finished.
    Rob....
  19. Thread: HOME MADE BASES.

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  20. Thread: HOME MADE BASES.

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    HOME MADE BASES.

    I have now based my first three Langton ships using my acrylic sheet material.
    Here they are.
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    To be honest Lutz, you are better off with non...

    To be honest Lutz, you are better off with non official mats. They look far better than the official ones with all the not needed lines on them and you can get a bigger mat much cheaper. The one I...
  22. HMS Crown (1782) HMS Crown was a ,1779, ...

    HMS Crown (1782)

    HMS Crown was a ,1779, Edward Hunt designed Crown Class, 64 gun third rate ship of the line. It was the final British design for a 64 and added a few changes to the earlier...
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    A monkey's fist or monkey paw is a type of knot...

    A monkey's fist or monkey paw is a type of knot, so named because it looks somewhat like a small bunched fist/paw. It is tied at the end of a rope to serve as a weight, making it easier to throw, and...
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    {Information |Description={{en|1=Captains Cabin,...

    {Information |Description={{en|1=Captains Cabin, a pub in John Mackintosh Square, Gibraltar}} |Source=[http://www.flickr.com/photos/certo/4153896378/ Gibraltar] ...
  25. Thread: Stats for ships.

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    Hi Dobbs, I decided that the gunboat which had...

    Hi Dobbs,
    I decided that the gunboat which had the option of firing to the flank would need to be strengthened by baulks of timber to withstand the forces of such a large gun. As I understood it the...
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