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A list of personal papers of Admiral of the Fleet Sir Alexander Milne, Bart. in the possession of the National Maritime Museum, London.

Contents

MLN/101

MLN/101/1

Logbook of LEANDER, North America, 1817-19.

MLN/101/2

Logbook of CONWAY, Brazil, 1820-23.

MLN/101/3

Logbooks of RAMILLIES, Portsmouth, 1823; GANGES, South America, 1823-24 and Portsmouth, 1825; ALBION, Portsmouth, 1824-25.

MLN/101/4

Logbook of GANGES, 1825, (continuation of MLN/101/3).

MLN/101/5

Logbook of GANGES, Rio de Janeiro, 1826-27.

MLN/101/6

Watch bill of the brig CADMUS, Brazil, together with two boat's signal books, n.d.

MLN/101/7

Logbook of SNAKE, West Indies, Mar-Sep 1837.

MLN/101/8

Logbook of SNAKE, Sep 1837-Mar 1838.

MLN/101/9

Logbook of SNAKE, Mar-Sep 1838.

MLN/101/10

Logbook of SNAKE, Sep 1838-Apr 1839.

MLN/101/11

Nautical remark book of SNAKE, begun on 22 Mar 1837, with much geographical description.

MLN/101/12

Private letterbook, SNAKE, Jan 1837-Jan 1839.

MLN/101/13

Orderbook of SNAKE, 1837-39.

MLN/101/14

Workbook while in the SNAKE and CROCODILE, n.d.

MLN/101/15

Letterbook of CROCODILE, West Indies and North America, 1839-41, including a report on the proceedings of the CROCODILE while on fishery protection duties in the Gulf of St Lawrence, 2 Oct 1841 and also a list of officers who served on the SNAKE, May 1839-Nov 1841.

MLN/101/16

Standing orderbook of CROCODILE, 1840.

MLN/101/17

Muster book of CROCODILE, 1837-40.

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MLN/105

MLN/106

MLN/107

MLN/108

MLN/109

MLN/110

MLN/111

MLN/112

North American and West Indian Station: telegrams from C-in-C, volume 'GG', 1860-64.

MLN/113

MLN/114

MLN/115

MLN/116

MLN/117

'Standing Orders for the Squadron, employed on the North American and West Indian Station', Halifax, N.S., James Bowes & Sons, 1862, one copy annotated by Milne.

MLN/118

MLN/119

MLN/120

North American and West Indies Station: orders and instructions, 1860-64.

MLN/121

North American and West Indies Station: private signals schemes, 1860-61; memorandum for a secret cypher, 1861; printed general signals, 1862.

MLN/122

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MLN/124

MLN/125

MLN/126

MLN/127

MLN/128

MLN/129

MLN/130

MLN/131

MLN/132

MLN/133

MLN/134

MLN/135

MLN/136

MLN/137

MLN/138

MLN/139

MLN/140

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MLN/142

MLN/143

MLN/144

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MLN/146

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MLN/148

MLN/149

MLN/150

MLN/151

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MLN/153

MLN/154

MLN/155

MLN/156

MLN/157

MLN/158

MLN/159

MLN/160

MLN/161

MLN/162

MLN/163

MLN/164

MLN/165

MLN/166

MLN/167

MLN/168

MLN/169

MLN/170

MLN/171

MLN/172

MLN/173

MLN/174

Family papers and correspondence, 1853-80, concerning promotion for his sons including letters from Lord Chelmsford, 1879; Sir John Cowell, 1868, 1879; Lord Northbrook, 1880; W H Smith, 1879; Sir Astley Cooper Key, 1879, together with correspondence from members of the family on separate matters.

MLN/175

MLN/176

MLN/177

MLN/178

MLN/179

MLN/179/1

Allen's map of India, 1844.

MLN/179/2

Manuscript plan of the castle of St Juan d'Ulloa, Vera Cruz, showing the Armament when taken by the Americans, n.d.

MLN/179/3

Military map of the United States, 1861.

MLN/179/4

Printed chart of 'Neigbourhood of Fort Monroe & Norfolk harbour', n.d.

MLN/179/5

Political map of Europe, n.d.

MLN/179/6

Printed chart of Greytown, formerly San Juan de Niagaragua, 1831, updated to 1859.

MLN/179/7

Manuscript track chart of HMS CADMUS, Brazilian coast, 1827-29.

MLN/179/8

Printed map of West Indies, n.d.

MLN/179/9

Printed plan of the Review of the Fleet at Spithead, 1856.

MLN/179/10

Stamford's map of Sebastopol, 1854.

MLN/179/11

Folder of plans of 'Harbours of Refuge', c.1860.

MLN/179/12

Bound printed volumes of naval stations, heavily annotated, 1868.

MLN/179/13

Plan of the GREAT BRITAIN, n.d.

MLN/198

MLN/198/1

Printed book: 'General Instructions for the Five Principle Officers of the Civil Department of the Navy', Admiralty, London, 1844, with annotations.

MLN/198/2

Printed book: 'Instructions for the Exercise and Service of Great Guns, etc., on Board Her Majesty's Ships', Admiralty, London, 1863, with additions and annotations.

MLN/198/3

Printed book: 'Instructions for the government of the Steam Reserve', Admiralty, London, 1863.

MLN/198/4

Printed book: 'Manual of Fleet Evolutions', Admiralty, London, 1873, with annotations.

MLN/198/5

Copy of printed book entitled 'Signal book for the Use of the Boats of Her Majesty's Fleet', Admiralty, London, 1865. Signed by Milne 1867.

MLN/198/6

Copy of printed book entitled 'Signal book for the Use of the Boats of Her Majesty's Fleet', Admiralty, London, 1865.

MLN/198/7

Copy of printed book entitled 'Signal book for the Use of the Boats of Her Majesty's Fleet', Admiralty, London, 1865.

MLN/198/8

Copy of printed book entitled 'Signal book for the Use of the Boats of Her Majesty's Fleet', Admiralty, London, 1865.

MLN/198/9

Printed book of Admiralty statutes: 'The Statutes relating to the Admiralty, Navy, Shipping and Navigation of the United Kingdom, From 9 Hen.III to 3 Geo.IV inclusive...Collected and arranged, under the authority of the Lords Commissioners of the Admiralty, by John Raithby', London, 1823.

MLN/198/10

Printed book: 'Admiralty Administration. Its Faults and Its Defaults.', Longman, Green, Longman, and Roberts, London, 1861.

MLN/198/11

Printed book: 'Army and Navy Signal Book. For use with the Expeditionary Force in Abyssinia. Issued under the authority of the Secretary of State for War and the Lords Commissioners of the Admiralty', London, 1867.

MLN/198/12

Printed book: 'Tables of Mast-Head Angles for five feet intervals from 30 to 280 feet and varying distances from a cable's length to four miles with their application to Nautical Surveying', Cdr A B Becher, London, 1854.

MLN/198/13

Printed book: 'Naval Tactics and Trials of Sailing; illustrated by Diagrams of the Several Evolutions. To which are added, the Established Plan of Lights for Steam-Vessels, and Regulations to avoid Collision', George Biddlecombe, London, 1850.

MLN/198/14

Printed book: 'The Hurricane Guide: being an attempt to connect the Rotatory Gale or Revolving Storm with Atmospheric Waves', William Radcliff Birt, London, 1850.

MLN/198/15

Printed book: 'Regulations for Preventing Collisions at Sea', Board of Trade, London, 1869, with press cuttings.

MLN/198/16

Five pamphlets on the Navy by Rear-Adm Bowles, 1837-47, concerning Naval Administration, State of the Navy, More Speedy Equipment and Conveyance of Troops to Canada, see full list in printed catalogue for further details.

MLN/198/17

Printed book: 'Memoir of Admiral Sir Henry Ducie Chads, G.C.B. By an Old Follower', Portsea, 1869, Frontis, preface signed M.B.

MLN/198/18

Printed book: 'The Electric Light applied to Lighthouse Illumintation. With an abstract of the discussion upon the Paper. Edited by James Forrest', London, 1879, with an exert entitled 'Minutes of Proceedings of the Institution of Civil Engineers', vol. 1vii, session 1878-79, part iii.

MLN/198/19

Printed book: 'A Complete and Universal Dictionary of Signals for the boats of Her Majesty's Fleet: well adapted for Yachts, the Merchant Service, Military Posts, Signal Stations and Railroads', Cdr Arthur Parry Eardley-Wilmot, London, 1850.

MLN/198/20

Printed book: 'A Complete and Universal Dictionary of Signals for the boats of Her Majesty's Fleet...with a complete list of the Royal Navy, the Indian Navy, the Different Yacht Clubs, and the names of all Merchant Vessels Registered at Lloyds, with their tonnage, corrected to 1850', Capt Arthur Parry Eardley-Wilmot, London, 1857.

MLN/198/21

Printed book: 'The Artillerist's Manual and British Soldier's Companion. Tenth Edition. Part IX - Naval Gunnery', Maj F A Griffiths, London, 1868.

MLN/198/22

Printed book: 'Pilotage of the British Channel, from Scilly to the Downs...to which is added Diagrams of the Stars. Third Edition', Lt John Hay, London, 1853.

MLN/198/23

Printed book: 'The Malta Almanack and Directory 1870', Valetta.

MLN/198/24

Printed book: 'Practical Notes on Marine Surveying and Nautical Astronomy', Capt Richard C Mayne, London, 1874.

MLN/198/25

Printed book: 'The Naval Cadet's Guide or Seaman's Companion', Lt George S Nares, Portsea, London, 1860.

MLN/198/26

Printed book: 'The Universal Code of Signals for The Mercantile Marine of all Nations, by the late Captain Marryat, R.N., with a selection of sentences adapted for Convoys, and systems of Geometrical, Night, and Fog Signals. By G.B. Richardson.', London, 1861.

MLN/198/27

Royal Yacht Night Signal Book, n.d.

MLN/198/28

Printed map book: 'The Historical War Map', Hudson Taylor, New York, 1862.

MLN/198/29

Printed book: 'Tables for the Mutual Conversion of Solar and Sidereal Time', Edward Sang, Edinburgh, 1868.

MLN/198/30

Printed book: 'A Rudimentary Treatise on the History, Construction, and Illumination of Lighthouses', Alan Stevenson, London, 1850.

MLN/198/31

Printed book: 'The Scale of Medicines with which Merchant Vessels are to be furnished, by command of the Privy Council for Trade', T Spencer Wells, London, 1851.

MLN/198/32

Printed book: 'Navigation and Nautical Astronomy, in Theory and Practice', J R Young, London, 1858.

MLN/198/33

Printed book: 'Table intended to facilitate the operations of Navigation and Nautical Astronomy', J R Young, London, 1859.

MLN/199

MLN/199/1

Admiralty pamphlet: 'Arctic Expedition. Further papers and correspondence in continuation of Parliamentary Papers of 1875', London, 1876.

MLN/199/2

INCOMPLETE.

MLN/199/3

Pamphlet: 'On the Introduction and Progressive Increase of Screw Propulsion in Her Majesty's Navy', Admiralty, London, 1850.

MLN/199/4

Pamphlet: 'Paper on Scurvy. By Dr Donnet and Dr Fraser', Admiralty, London, n.d.

MLN/199/5

Pamphlet: 'Reports of the Admiralty Torpedo Committee with reference to the Defence of Ships against Offensive Torpedoes', Admiralty, London, 1876.

MLN/199/6

Pamphlet: 'Report on the Cholera which attacked the Fleet in the Black Sea in August 1854', Admiralty, London.

MLN/199/7

Pamphlet: 'Report on the Crime and Punishment in the Navy, in the year 1863', Admiralty, London, 1865.

MLN/199/8

Pamphlet: 'Report on the Crime and Punishment in the Royal Navy, and in the Marine Forces on Shore, in the year 1864. Ordered, by the House of Commons, to be Printed, 16 February 1866.', Admiralty, London, compiled by Mr Hickman.

MLN/199/9

Pamphlet: 'South Africa. Despatches from the Commodore at the Cape of Good Hope and Commanding Officers of H.M. ships employed on the coast of Natal - in reference to the proceedings of the Naval Brigades...in Zululand', Admiralty, London, 1879.

MLN/199/10

Pamphlet: 'Further Correspondence...Naval Brigades...Zululand.', Admiralty, London, 1879, annotated by A Milne re Berkeley's note.

MLN/199/11

Pamphlet: 'A Memoir of the Hydrographical Department of the Admiralty', 1868, by G.H.R., London, 1868.

MLN/199/12

Pamphlet: 'Address by His Royal Highness the Prince Consort' (to the British Association), Prince Consort Albert, 1860.

MLN/199/13

Pamphlet: 'On Some Recent Designs for Ships of War for the British Navy, armoured and unarmoured. [Read at the Fifteenth Session of the Institution of Naval Architects, 26 March 1874]', Nathaniel Barnaby, London, 1874.

MLN/199/14

Pamphlet: 'On the Fighting Power of the Merchant Ship in Naval Warfare. [Read at the Eighteenth Session of the Institution of Naval Architects, 22 March 1877]', Nathaniel Barnaby, London.

MLN/199/15

Pamphlet: 'On Coast Fog-Signals. A lecture delivered at the Royal United Service Institution', London, 1872, with autograph note from author, 20 Jun 1872.

MLN/199/16

Pamphlet: 'Bermuda Pocket Almanack. 1863', Bermuda, Hamilton, 1863.

MLN/199/17

Pamphlet: 'The Supply of British Seamen, Merchant Seamen. Report of the Assistant Secretary Marine Department, and the Assistant Secretary Financial Department, of the Board of Trade', Board of Trade, London, 1872.

MLN/199/18

Pamphlet: 'On the American System of Turret Ships. [Read at the Seventeenth Session of the Institution of Naval Architects, 23 March 1866]', John Bourne, London, 1866.

MLN/199/19

Pamphlet: 'Description of a View of the City of Sebastopol and the surrounding fortifications. Painted by Robert Burford', London, 1855.

MLN/199/20

Pamphlet: 'An Essay on Steam Tactics', Sub-Lt Verney Lovett Cameron, London, 1865.

MLN/199/21

Pamphlet: 'The Canadian Almanac...1860', Toronto, Canada, 1860.

MLN/199/22

Pamphlet: 'The Case of the Captains Royal Navy, Retired from Commanders' List', London, n.d.

MLN/199/23

Pamphlet: 'On the Value of Fortresses & Fortified Positions in Defensive Operations: An Essay', Capt C C Chesney, London, 1864.

MLN/199/24

Pamphlet: 'Naval Policy. A Speech delivered in the House of Commons, on the 21st March, 1867, during the Debate on the Naval Estimates', Hugh C E Childers, London, 1867.

MLN/199/25

Pamphlet: 'The Naval Power of England. A Speech delivered in the House of Commons, 30th April 1874', Hugh C E Childers, London, 1874.

MLN/199/26

Pamphlet: 'Letters on Slavery on the South-East Coast of Africa (Zanzibar)', F H Crown, Devonport, 1868.

MLN/199/27

Pamphlet: by Lt-Col Clarke, (see Capt Richards), n.d.

MLN/199/28

Pamphlet: 'An Account of the Observations Recently made by the Corporation of the Trinity House on Fog Signals', Vice-Adm R Collinson, London, n.d.

MLN/199/29

Pamphlet: 'Sail System: from the "Text Book" to the Turret and Tripod Systems of Captain Coles, R.N., C.B., as Exhibited at Paris from the plans of Vice-Adm Halsted, 1867', Capt Cowper P Coles.

MLN/199/30

Pamphlet: 'The Conservatives of our Wood Walls and Shipping, against any Enemies whatever, Russian, French, Steamers or Rockets', London, 1837.

MLN/199/31

Pamphlet: 'Speeches by the Right Hon. H.T.L. Corry,...on Mr Seely's Motion for the Appointment of a Select Committee on Admiralty Monies and Accounts.', London, 1868.

MLN/199/32

Pamphlet: 'Cox's Companion to the Family Medicine Chest. Forty-sixth edition', London, 1865.

MLN/199/33

Pamphlet: 'Extracts from the four last chapters of Admiral Jurien de la Gravière's book entitled "La Marine d'Aujourdhui". Evening Meeting, 17 Feb. 1873', London.

MLN/199/34

Pamphlet: 'What our Transports did in the Crimea', Capt A P Eardley-Wilmot, London and Greenwich, 1867, annotated by Alexander Milne.

MLN/199/35

Pamphlet: 'Flotilla, Coast and Harbour Defence. The Gunboat of the Future', Adm Geo. Elliot, London, 1871.

MLN/199/36

Pamphlet: 'On the Amount and Changes of the Polar Magnetism at certain positions in Her Majesty's Iron-built and Armour-plated Ship 'Northumberland, read 26 Mar 1868.

MLN/199/37

Pamphlet: 'A Few Words of Advice to the Mariners of England and Enterprising Youths Inclined for the Sea Service, Showing the Advantages to be Derived by Service in the Royal Navy. By a Seaman's Friend.', London, 1854.

MLN/199/38

Pamphlet: 'Naval Construction. A fourth letter to the Right Hon. Sir George Cockburn, M.P., G.C.B. Being a review of the late experimental squadron.', Cdr E Gardiner Fishbourne, Portsea, 1845.

MLN/199/39

Pamphlet: 'Naval Ordnance', Capt E G Fishbourne, London, 1864.

MLN/199/40

Pamphlet: 'Reflections on the Navy. Translated from the French', Capitaine de Fregate L Foillouy, London, 1861.

MLN/199/41

Pamphlet: 'Reflections on Sir John Franklin's Expedition', signed A.B.B. Nautical Magazine, vol.xxv, 1856.

MLN/199/42

Pamphlet: 'Report from the Select Committee of the House of Lords on the Board of Admiralty...Session 1871', Great Britain Parliament, London, 1871.

MLN/199/43

Pamphlet: 'Further Correspondence respecting the Affairs of South Africa...February 1879', Great Britain Parliament, London.

MLN/199/44

Pamphlet: 'Preliminary and Further Reports of the Royal Commissioners appointed to enquire into the Civil and Professional Administration of the Naval and Military Departments', Great Britain Parliament, London, 1890.

MLN/199/45

Pamphlet: 'On Screw-Ship Steerage. [Read at the Fifth Session of the Institutions of Naval Architects, March 17th 1864]', Rear-Adm E P Halsted, London, 1864.

MLN/199/46

Pamphlet: 'Speeches of Hon. C R D Hanbury-Tracey M.P. and Thomas Brassey, Esq., M.P., on...the navigation of H.M. Ships...House of Commons, Tuesday, April 25 1876. Extracted from "Hansard's Parliamentary Debates". vol.ccxxviii', C R D Hanbury-Tracy and Thomas Brassey, London, 1876.

MLN/199/47

Pamphlet: 'Report on the subject of Wreck and Salvage on the Coast of Kent. Issued by the Association for the Protection of Commercial Interests as respects Wrecked and Damaged Property', J A W Harper, London, 1867.

MLN/199/48

Pamphlet: 'The Channel Tunnel. A paper read before the Mechanical Section of the British Association for the Advancement of Science. 25 August, 1882', J Clarke Hawkshaw, London.

MLN/199/49

Pamphlet: 'Our Naval Defences and the Necessity and Cost of a Channel Fleet', Capt Dalrymple Hay, Edinburgh and London, 1858.

MLN/199/50

Pamphlet: 'Speech of Rear-Admiral Sir John Hay, Bart., to the Electors of Stamford, Friday, November 13, 1868. With remarks on the naval policy of the Conservative Government', London, 1868.

MLN/199/51

Pamphlet: 'Text Book to the Turret and Tripod Systems of Captain Cowper P Coles as Designed for Future Turret Navies. By C F Henwood, Naval Architect, from the Plans of Vice-Admiral Halsted', Paris, 1867.

MLN/199/52

Pamphlet: 'The Education and Training of Naval Officers', Capt Chas. Webley Hope, Edinburgh and London, 1869.

MLN/199/53

Pamphlet: 'Remarks on the Inefficiency of the Steam Navy for General Service and the Purposes of War', Capt John Cochrane Hoseason, London, 1866.

MLN/199/54

Pamphlet: 'Speech of the Right Hon. George Ward Hunt, MP., on moving the Navy Estimates In the House of Commons, Monday April 20, 1874. Extracted from "Hansard's Parliamentary Debates", vol.ccxviii', London.

MLN/199/55

Pamphlet: 'Inglefield's new Hydraulic Steering Apparatus, as being fitted to HMS ACHILLES. A paper read at the Royal United Service Institution', Capt E A Inglefield, London, 1869.

MLN/199/56

Pamphlet: 'Means of Screw-Ship Steerage, and a description of the Hydrostatic Steering-Gear fitted on board HM Ship ACHILLES, with the Results of Experiments at Sea; also Plan of Apparatus fitted on board the Turkish Iron-clad FETHI BULEND. A paper read at the Royal United Service Institution', Rear-Adm E A Inglefield, London, 1870.

MLN/199/57

Pamphlet: 'South Africa and its Diamonds', Rupert T Jones, London, reprint from 'Geological Magazine', 1 Feb 1871.

MLN/199/58

Pamphlet: 'The Great Cannon of Muhammad II (AD 1464) recently presented to the British Government by the Sultan and now in the Museum of Artillery, Woolwich', (substance of a memoir read before the Archaeological Institute, 3 Jun 1868), Maj-Gen J H Lefroy, includes letter, 1889 and clipping, 5 Apr 1894.

MLN/199/59

Pamphlet: 'The Story of the Franklin Search illustrative of the Franklin Relics in the Royal Naval Exhibition, 1891', Annette E McClintock, London.

MLN/199/60

Pamphlet: 'An Appeal to the British Nation on Behalf of the Mercantile Marine', Cdr Henry Masterman Marshall, London, 1836.

MLN/199/61

Pamphlet: 'Remarks on the English Channel Ports of Portsmouth and Plymouth and their Arsenals', Adm Sir W F Martin, London, 1865.

MLN/199/62

Pamphlet: 'Wrecking at the Bahama Islands. Letter from the Hon. William Marvin, to His Excellency Rawson W Rawson, C.B...suggesting a mode of systematizing the business of wrecking', New York, 1867.

MLN/199/63

Pamphlet: 'Remarks on the Slave Trade and African Squadron', Cdr Henry James Matson, London, 1848.

MLN/199/64

Pamphlet: 'Report on Matters Connected with Shipping at Mauritius. Issued by the Association for the Protection of Commercial Interests as respects Wrecked and Damaged Property', London, 1867.

MLN/199/65

Pamphlet: 'Report upon the Establishments and Vessels of the Indian Marine. February 1872', Rear-Adm Sir W R Mends, Bombay.

MLN/199/66

Pamphlet: 'Steering and Sounding', Sir Alexander Milne, Kingston, Jamaica, 1861, signed 'A.M.'.

MLN/199/67

Pamphlet: 'The Naval Expenditure from 1860-1866, and its results', London, 1867.

MLN/199/68

Pamphlet: 'The Newfoundland Almanack, for the year of our Lord 1863...Compiled...by Joseph Woods', St John's, Newfoundland, 1862.

MLN/199/69

Pamphlet: 'Ordnance. Palliser Converted Cast Iron Rifled Nuzzle Loading Guns. Compiled from the Records of the Department of the Director General of Ordnance.', London, 1869.

MLN/199/70

Pamphlet: 'State of the Navy. Speech delivered in the House of Commons...on Introducing the Navy Estimates. February 25, 1859', Sir John Packington, London, 1859.

MLN/199/71

Pamphlet: 'Adam Sedgwick. [New Biographical Series No.88]', London, n.d.

MLN/199/72

Pamphlet: 'The Provisional Wesleyan Almanack for 1863 adapted to Nova Scotia and New Brunswick', Halifax, Nova Scotia.

MLN/199/73

Pamphlet: 'Further Experiments on the More Important Physiological Changes induced in the Human Economy by Change of Climate', Alexander Rattray, 1872.

MLN/199/74

Pamphlet: 'Descriptive Plan and Explanatory Key to the View of the Sailing of the British Portion of the Allied Expedition for Baljik to the Crimea. 7 September, 1854', Capt James Rawstorne, London, 1859.

MLN/199/75

Pamphlet: 'Reasons for an Enquiry into the position of the Executive Officers of the Royal Navy', London, 1861.

MLN/199/76

Pamphlet: 'Report on Nitro-Glycerine. Issued by the Association for the Protection of Commercial Interests as respects Wrecked and Damaged Property', London, 1866, based on report by Capt Grant and Prof Abel.

MLN/199/77

Pamphlet: 'Report on Passive Obstructions for the Defence of Harbours and Channels, by the Committee on Floating Obstructions and Submarine Explosive Machines', London, 1866.

MLN/199/78

Pamphlet: 'A Retrospect: embracing a page in naval history', London, 1891, on Henry Pennell's proposals.

MLN/199/79

Pamphlet: 'Report on the Maritime Canal connecting the Mediterranean at Port Said with the Red Sea at Suez. February 1870', Capt Richards and Lt-Col R E Clarke.

MLN/199/80

Pamphlet: 'A Short Treatise on the Deviation of the Mariner's Compass with Rules for its Corrections and Diagrams', Sir John Ross, London, 1849.

MLN/199/81

Pamphlet: 'Alphabetical List of the Members and Committee of the Royal Naval Club of 1765, now held at Willis's Rooms, King Street, ...with the rules, &c.', Westminster, 1870.

MLN/199/82

Pamphlet: 'Remarks on the Three Naval Reserves of Seamen, under the superintendence of the Commodore Controller-General of Coast-Guard. May, 1866', Rear-Adm Alfred P Ryder, London, 1866.

MLN/199/83

Pamphlet: 'The Higher Education of Naval Officers...read...at the Royal United Service Institution...26 June, 1871', Rear-Adm A P Ryder, London, 1871.

MLN/199/84

Pamphlet: 'Speeches of Joseph D'A Samuda Esq., MP., in the House of Commons, during the Sessions of 1866-68, on the Navy, Fortifications and Postal Services', Extracted from 'Hansard's Parliamentary Debates', London, n.d.

MLN/199/85

Pamphlet: 'Report on Spontaneous Combustion of Coal in Ships', W W Saunders and Capt J A Heathcote, London, 1866.

MLN/199/86

Pamphlet: 'On Structures for Carrying Heavy Ordnance. [Read at the Seventh Session of the Institution of Naval Architects, March 23rd, 1866', Cdr R A E Scott, London, 1866.

MLN/199/87

Pamphlet: 'On Fuel. A lecture delivered to the Operative Classes at Bradford on behalf of the British Association, 20 Sept. 1873.', William C Siemens, London, 1873, includes letter from John Rennie, 25 Oct 1873.

MLN/199/88

Pamphlet: 'New Mode of Ship-building: combining Strength and Economy with Facility of Construction', Capt A MacGregor Skinner, Belfast, 1866.

MLN/199/89

Pamphlet: 'Delta of the Nile. An Investigation of the Effects of the Prevailing Wave Influence on the Nile's Deposits', Capt T Spratt, London, 1859.

MLN/199/90

Pamphlet: 'The Combined "End-On" and Broadside Principle versus the "Turret". A paper read at the Royal United Service Institution, May 13, 1867', Capt T E Symonds, London.

MLN/199/91

Pamphlet: 'Our Great Peril if War overtakes us with our Fleet Deficient in Number, Structure, and Armament', Adm-Fleet Thomas M C Symonds, Newton Abbot and London, 1882.

MLN/199/92

Pamphlet: 'A System of General Night Signals for the use of H.M. Ships and Squadrons and adapted to Merchant Ships.', Plymouth, F Nicholson, n.d.

MLN/199/93

Pamphlet: 'On Compass Adjustment in Iron Ships, and on a new Sounding Apparatus', Sir Wm Thomson, London, 1878.

MLN/199/94

Pamphlet: 'The Tribune Almanac and Political Register for 1863.', New York.

MLN/199/95

Pamphlet: 'Gibraltar: is it worth holding? and Morocco', Fred P Warren, London, 1882, bound with No.1, Admiralty 'Arctic Expedition'.

MLN/199/96

Pamphlet: 'On the Course of Study in the Royal Naval College, Greenwich; with Specimens of the Work done by Students of Naval Architecture. [Read at the Eighteenth Session of the Institution of Naval Architects, at Glasgow, 30th August 1877]', W H White, London.

MLN/199/97

Pamphlet: 'The Defence of the Channel Tunnel. Summary extracts from evidence of Lieutenant-General Sir Garnet J Wolseley...before Board of Trade Committee, 25th January, 1882', London.

MLN/199/98

Pamphlet: 'Speeches of the Right Honourable Sir Charles Wood, Bart., M.P., on Captain Scobell's Motion for a Select Committee to Inquire into the Naval Administration, etc. and on moving the Navy Estimates. Feb 7, and Feb 11, 1856.', London, 1856.

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