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  • ...to be named, by act of Congress, in honor of the famous American Civil War sloop-of-war ''Kearsarge''. ...Winslow, daughter-in-law of Captain John A. Winslow, who had commanded the sloop ''Kearsarge'' during her famous battle with Alabama, and commissioned on 20
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  • ...9, and in February 1860 he was promoted commander in command of the paddle-sloop ''Vixen'' on the China station. He brought home and paid off this vessel in ...humourous. I remember his delight in feeding the birds when he stayed with us at Chillingham, and his complaint, one morning, on going out-doors after br
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  • ...[Bureau of Navigation]] of the [[Navy Department]], he served in the screw sloop ''Congress''. He then commanded ''Alert'', practice ship ''Mayflower'', and ...President of the Board of Inquiry to investigate the destruction of the {{US-1Maine}}. On 26 March, he assumed command of the [[North Atlantic Station]
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  • |{{US-Iroquois|f=p}}||sloop||12 Apr, 1859||Wrecked 26 Aug, 1910 |{{US-Lackawanna|f=p}}||screw sloop||9 Aug, 1862||Sold 30 Jul, 1887
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  • ...the Channel Squadron. On 1 November he was appointed to the barque-rigged sloop {{UK-Egeria}} on the [[Australian Station]]. In early December he took pas <blockquote>Commander L, arrived from England and joined us at Zanzibar. He was an enormously fat man and joined with only the two top
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  • Cradock was again appointed to the screw sloop {{UK-Dolphin}} on 6 September, 1890.{{NLApr91|p. 215}} ...ld cock bird. Sea lions were sighted and many seal, and for a time both of us forgot our troubles."<ref>Grant. "H.M.S. ''Canopus'', August, 1914, to Marc
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  • ...March, 1884, Lieutenant Vreeland began a three-year tour at sea aboard the sloop-of-war ''Hartford'', after which he was assigned for two years at the [[Bur ...til 24 August. He was detached from the ''Dolphin'' to serve aboard the {{US-Olympia|f=p}} on 6 November that same year, but was ordered to the U.S.S. '
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  • ...es Miraflores] in 1881. In May, 1883 he received command of the composite sloop ''Miranda'' on the Australian Station, and among his other duties on that s ...fresh sign of the neighbourly relations existing between Great Britain and us, and a manifestation which cannot but render our relations still more cordi
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  • ...far from our benefiting, the other cadets made a point of taking it out of us, on the grounds that they would never be able to do it later on. There was ...oyal Naval College, Dartmouth''. p. 26.</ref> Her place was taken by the sloop ''Espiegle'', upon whose books the College was subsequently borne. In 1910
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  • ...as leaving Lanarca, Cyprus. On 18 September, 1879 he was appointed to the sloop ''Cruiser''. On 12 March, 1880 he was appointed to the Mediterranean flag <blockquote>He ruled us - one other sub-lieut., a clerk, & 7 midshipmen, as a benevolent autocrat,
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  • |{{US-SaraThompson|f=p}}||oiler||1888||Sold 9 Aug, 1934 |{{US-NewOrleans|f=p}}||protected cruiser||4 Dec, 1896||Sold 11 Feb, 1930
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  • ...ix guns downwards. . . . As soon as I could man and victual the ''Weazel'' sloop I despatched her with an express to Commodore Legge, Leeward Islands." ...ardley-Wilmot, R.N.'s, useful work on "The Development of Navies," reminds us that speed and offensive power may be neutralised by defensive armour, comb
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  • * The US Navy's 1945 Submarine Design, by Norman Friedman * CVLs: The US ''Independence'' Class, by Norman Friedman
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  • |{{US-Shearwater|f=p}}||armed yacht||1887||Sold 1898 |{{US-Siren|f=p}}||armed yacht||1897||Sold 3 Jan, 1911
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  • |{{US-1Hector|f=p}}||Collier||6 Jun, 1883||Sold 10 Oct, 1899 |{{US-Yosemite|f=p}}||submarine tender||22 Jan, 1894||Mercantile 10 Jun, 1912
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  • |{{UK-Dolphin|f=p}}||composite screw sloop||9 Dec, 1882||Sold 1925 |{{UK-1Wanderer|f=p}}||composite screw sloop||8 Feb, 1883||Sold 1907
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  • |{{US-Celtic|f=p}}||supply ship||1 Nov, 1890||Sold 17 Jan, 1923 |{{UK-Pentstemon|f=p}}||sweeping sloop||5 Feb, 1916||Sold 20 Apr, 1920
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  • ...861, with the outbreak of the Civil War, Kempff was ordered to the sailing sloop-of-war ''Vandalia'' which left New York in June to blockade Charleston. Wh ...the Battle of Port Royal on 7 November, 1861, and was transferred to the {{US-Wabash|f=t}} on 11 November.{{HamerslyRecords7|p. 13}}
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  • ...saw considerable action during the Civil War, while attached to the steam sloop ''Canadaigua''. He took part in engagements with Confederate batteries at ...am sloop ''Tuscarora'' on the North Atlantic Station (1869); and the steam sloop ''Mohican'' on the Pacific Station (1870-1871). During his time in the last
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  • |{{US-Mohican|f=p}}||screw sloop||27 Dec, 1883||Sold 4 Mar, 1922 |{{US-Prometheus|f=p}}||repair ship||5 Dec, 1908||Sold 29 Aug, 1950
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