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Royal Oak (Ship)

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Works: 11 works in 12 publications in 1 language and 31 library holdings
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Royal Oak (Ship) Logbook by Royal Oak (Ship)( )

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The logbook of the ship Royal Oak details multiple voyages between Northfleet, England; the River Nore, Ireland; Spithead Channel, England; the Roompot [i.e. probably, Oosterschelde, Netherlands]; Saint Helens [i.e. Isle of Wight], England; Portland Roads [i.e. Weymouth and Portland], England; Torbay, England; Basque Roads [i.e, the Bay of Biscay]; and Cawsand Bay [i.e. Plymouth], England (May 1809 to Aug. 1811). Owner was the Royal Navy of Great Britain; master was Amelius Bowclerk; log keeper was Robert Thomas. It is a daily log that describes wind, weather, location, port activities, shipboard occupations, provisions, and sightings of ships. Includes color illustrations of the ship's hold. Bound with the ship Saturn
 
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English (12)