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Shipping and Military Power in the Seven Years WarThe Sails of Victory$

David Syrett

Print publication date: 2008

Print ISBN-13: 9780859897860

Published to Liverpool Scholarship Online: May 2014

DOI: 10.5949/liverpool/9780859897860.0001.0001

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Shipping and Military Power in the Seven Years War
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Manuscripts

Ipswich and East Suffolk Record Office

Albemarle Archives

Massachusetts Historical Society

Commodore Lord Howe's Abstract of Instructions to be Observed by each particular Officer Commanding a Flat Bottomed Boat

Commodore Lord Howe's Instructions respecting the Disposition of the Flat Boats on the Disembarkation of the troops

Commodore Lord Howe's Regulations respecting the guard of transports whilst upon the Enemies Coast

National Maritime Museum

ADM/C/533–568, Admiralty to Victualling Board

ADM/D/31, 32, Victualling Board to Admiralty

ADM/G/782, 783, Abstract of Admiralty orders to Navy and Victualling Boards

ADM/N/237–240, Admiralty orders to Navy Board concerning transports

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ADM 1/4011, 4012, Ordnance Board to Admiralty

ADM 1/4119–4125, Secretary of State to Admiralty

ADM 3/69, Admiralty Board Minutes

ADM 7/646, Naval instructions, Victualling

ADM 49/1, 125, 126, Miscellaneous Navy Board lists, accounts, and registers

ADM 50/21, Admiral's Journal (Pocock)

ADM 106/242, 244, 247–249, 254–260, 262, 264–269, 271–274, 276, 277, Agents for Transports to Navy Board

ADM 106/2565–2576, Navy Board Minutes

ADM 106/3524, Miscellaneous Navy Board Papers

ADM 111/41–54, Victualling Board Minutes

CO 117/1, Havana, Correspondence

CO 166/2, Leeward Islands, Military Dispatches

WO 34/42, 61–63, 72, 74, Amherst Papers

WO 47/43–60, Ordnance Board Minutes

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British Library

Burney Collection of Newspapers, vols. 477.b–519b

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General Wolfe's Instructions to Young Officers: also his order for a Battalion and Army: Together with orders and signals used in Embarking and Debarking an army by Flat-Bottom'd Boats &c … (Philadelphia, Pa.: R. Bell, 1778)

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