6 edition of Weaponry from the Machault, an 18th-century French frigate found in the catalog.
Weaponry from the Machault, an 18th-century French frigate
by National Historic Parks and Sites Branch, Parks Canada, Environment Canada, Canadian Govt. Pub. Centre, Supply and Services Canada [distributor] in [Ottawa], Hull, Québec, Canada
Written in English
|Series||Studies in archaeology, architecture, and history,|
|LC Classifications||VF395.F8 B79 1984|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||69 p. :|
|Number of Pages||69|
|LC Control Number||85126114|
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Taylor, Collin F., Native American Weapons, University of Oklahoma Press, Tweedale, Geoffrey, The Sheffield Knife Book, A History and Collectors’ Guide, The Hallamshire Press, Underhill Edge Tool Co. wholesale prices catalog, . the Machault's hold. On the pages that follow, the ar tifacts from the Machault reveal aspects of 18th-centurymaritime travel, de fence at sea, and a variety of daily human activities. Some are specifically maritime related. Others echo objects found on land sites from the French period in Canada and in 18th-century French still-life.
Legacy of the Machault a collection of 18th-century artifacts , Cargo, Machault (Frigate), Excavations (Archaeology), Frigates. Edit. Legacy of the Machault a collection of 18th-century artifacts This edition published in Ottawa. Edition Notes Issued also in French under title: L'heritage du Machault. Includes bibliographical references (p. French Cast Iron livre smoothbore muzzleloading c annon with a 5-inch bore (cm), with fleur-de-lys on the barrel and a large letter P on the cascable. This cannon was salvaged from the 1 wreck of the French Frigate Machault in the Restigouche River.
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Outrageous Seas Shipwreck and Survival in the Waters off Newfoundland, By: Baehre, Rainer K(edited by) Price: $ Publisher:. Machault was a gun ship of the French Navy, launched in at Bayonne, France. She was built as a privateer and owned by Joseph Cadet, a general merchant and arms supplier in New France, and associate of the Intendant, Francois was hired by the French Navy in March Governor Vaudreuil had asked the French King to send supplies and re Fate: Sunk on 8 July Giraudais of the Machault ordered all hands to remove as much cargo from the ships as possible.
With a dwindling powder supply and with an 18th-century French frigate book in its hold, the Machault was defenceless and the order was given to aban don and scuttle it.
The Bienfaisant suffered 8 18th-Century French pouce pied livre British /16 in. /4 in. The book follows the evolution of the sailing frigate in the French Navy from its earliest beginnings to the advent of steam. Each type is covered in a separate chapter. Weaponry from the Machault An 18th- Century French Frigate.
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Whaling in the North Atlantic: From. Made commander for a successful attack on a French frigate after the death of his captain, Pellew made Post Captain after doing battle with three enemy privateers in He saw action in both the American Revolutionary War and the Napoleonic Wars, where he eventually succeeded Nelson, Collingwood, and Cotton as Commander-in-Chief of the.
Guillaume de Machaut, Machaut also spelled Machault, (born c.Machault, Fr.—diedReims), French poet and musician, greatly admired by contemporaries as a master of French versification and regarded as one of the leading French composers of the Ars Nova (q.v.) musical style of the 14th century.
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These ships were square-rigged and carried all their main guns on a single continuous upper deck. French hired frigate 'Le Machault' (). Dates of service, name changes, previous and next incarnations, dimensions, armament, commanders, officers and crewmen.
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