By Jean-Philippe Dallies-Labourdette
This unheard of pictorial account comprises quite a few unpublished images from French and German documents, together with sixteen pages in colour, and an intensive dossier of technical facts profiling all significant German submarine forms.
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Paf'es 333,334,335, and 499; and Vol. XI. pages 60, t60, and from \l42 to 250. t He received the same rank in the White Squadron on the 9th of November, 1805. mat. ~~ron. XVIII. PllICAL MEMaIR oli And that he be requested to accept a sword, as a testimony of the high sense entertained by this House of the eminent services he has thereby rendered to the country. Mr. Speaker was accordingly ordered (continues the paper from which we quote) to transmit to Vice-Admiral Sir John Tho. B. a copy of the above resoltltioll.
XV. page Q4'2, Q54" 386, and 450; and Vol. XVI. page 189. t NAVAL CHRONICLE, Vol. XVI. page 177. B. 19 possessed, it made a somewhat fainter impression on the public mind than might have been expected, or, indeed, than the achievement deserved. •••••••••••••• • . • • . • • • . . • . . • • • • •• • • • • . • • • • One circtllnstance, particularly deserving of notice, is, that Sir J. T. -However slightly the affair might be estimated at home, uy those \\ho knew nothing of the danger and chances of battle but by report, it is evident that the Commander in Chief, whose opinion in this ease ought to be n,garded as of some weight, considered it as no unimportant play of arms.
On a wreath a tower, the battlements partly demo. lished, from the top flames issuant proper, on the sinister side a sea lion erect azure, the paws pressing against the tower. Granted by patent under the hands of Garter and ClarencelJx Kings of Arms, 27th April, 1803. ure, in allusion to the constellation ORION, being the name of the ship commanded by Sir John Thomas Duckworth on the memorable first of June, 1794: and on the sinister a sailor habited proper, the exterior hand supporting a flag-staff, thereon hoisted a hroad pendant fiowiug to the dexter, gules.