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Naval History of Great Britain
by
William James
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Naval History of Great Britain 1793 - 1827 by William James published 1837
  • Vol I 1793-1796 - Including the Battle of the 1st June 1793 and much else.
  • Vol II 1797-1800 - Including the French Expeditions to Ireland, The Mutiny at Spithead, etc., Sir John Jervis off Cape St.-Vincent, Battle of Camperdown, and the Battle of the Nile.
  • Vol III 1800-1805 - Inc. Battle of Copenhagen and much else
  • Vol IV 1805-1808 - Inc. Battle of Trafalgar and much more besides
  • Vol V 1808-1811 - Transcripts of Naval Actions from around the World
  • Vol VI 1811-1827 - Inc. War of 1812, Battles of Algiers (1816), and Navarin (1827), and Burmese War of 1824

  • Index of 4,800+ names
  • Index of 4,800+ names mentioned in the 6 volumes of William James' Naval History - 1793 - 1827 - friend and foe - Please note that volumes I and II are not on-line

  • Index of Ships

    The following are the indices of the vessels mentioned in Vols. I - VI - British, French, US, Russian etc. - there may well be errors and omissions ! It should be remembered that the same name could be used by both the French and the British ships and that names of vessels were re-used by both navies, which at times can be very confusing.

  • Vol I - Index of Ships 1792 - 1796
  • Vol II - Index of Ships 1797 - 1799
  • Vol III - Index of Ships 1800 - 1805
  • Vol IV - Index of Ships 1805 - 1807
  • Vol V - Index of Ships 1808 - 1811
  • Vol VI - Index of Ships from 1811 - 1827

  • An Index of all British ships mentioned by William James, and many not mentioned, with links to the various pages.

  • Abstracts of Vessel Numbers 1792 - 1820

  • RN vessels lost during the 1793 - 1900 and European vessels, of frigate size and above, lost during the Napoleonic Wars
  • Manning Levels and Budget Figures for the RN 1793-1820
  • One or two interesting tid-bits from William James Naval History of Great Britain that I can never find when I want them.

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