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    Liverpool.
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    Peak District The Anchor.
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    Grimsby.
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    Lymington.
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    Chaple le Ferne.
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    Boston.
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    Chelmsford.
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    Rock Point, the French Lts. pub. St. Austel.
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    Hull.
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    Ware.
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    Boston.
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    Cannon Tavern Ware.
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    Dredging the bottom of the barrel now shipmates

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    Bristol.
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    The Peterboat at Leigh-on-Sea, Essex.

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    A Peterboat or Peter Boat is a type of fishing boat.

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    Admiral Sir Charles John Napier KCBGOTERN (6 March 1786 – 6 November 1860) was a British naval officer whose sixty years in the Royal Navy included service in the War of 1812, the Napoleonic Wars, Syrian War and the Crimean War (with the Russians), and a period commanding the Portuguese navy in the Liberal Wars. An innovator concerned with the development of iron ships, and an advocate of humane reform in the Royal Navy, he was also active in politics as a LiberalMember of Parliament and was probably the naval officer most widely known to the public in the early Victorian Era.


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    Harbour Tavern Bridlington.
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    The Good Intent: (Great Britain) probably refers an 18th century Revolutionary War-era pirate ship; a large three-masted square-rigger type ship that could be fitted with well over twenty cannon and a accommodate a crew of around two hundred or more men. The Good Intent finished out it’s service as a brig/prison ship. May 20, 1779, the Good Intent was captured (along with Hunter, Sorel, L’Epervier) by the Américaine under the command of Captain Paul Eudes de la Cocardière. It was subsequently taken to New York.
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    Great to see you back on this thread Dave. I was feeling very lonely. i will try to find one for today before putting the thread to bed at the end of this month unless you have any more magic to effect!
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    Morning Star (1809 ship) was a schooner launched in 1805 in the United States of America, possibly under another name. From 1809 she sailed under British registry. She sailed to Africa, the Mediterranean, and South America. She was last listed in 1833.




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    Admiral of the Fleet Sir Cloudesley Shovell was an English naval officer. As a junior officer he saw action at the Battle of Solebay and then at the Battle of Texel during the Third Anglo-Dutch War. As a captain he fought at the Battle of Bantry Bay during the Williamite War in Ireland.

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    Bridlington.

    Stirling Castle was launched in 1829. She wrecked in 1836 on Eliza Reef on passage from Sydney for Singapore and Manila.
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    Jack Sparrow Bar, Staines.
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    The Oceanic Steam Navigation Company, more commonly known as the White Star Line (WSL), was a British shipping company. Founded out of the remains of a defunct packet company, it gradually rose up to become one of the most prominent shipping lines in the world, providing passenger and cargo services between the British Empire and the United States. While many other shipping lines focused primarily on speed, White Star branded their services by focusing more on providing comfortable passages for both upper class travellers and immigrants.





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    Morning Star at Belfast.
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