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The Maritime World of the Regency
Great Britain is made up of islands, and so its history is inextricably entwined with the sea.
For the period of the Regency, the maritime world was divided between the wartime Royal Navy
and the ongoing trade, excise and passenger ships of the merchant naval world.
 
January 2017 ----- My Regency World of maritime and marine matters is continuing at Pinterest; see my latest research finds at https://www.pinterest.com/lesleyannemcl/my-regency-world-maritime-navy/

My Latest Research Discoveries 2015
illustration from The Shipmaster's Assistant, 1801 ~ A First Rate Ship of War with rigging etc at anchor advertisement from Seamanship both in theory and practice (U.S.A.) 1813 illustration from The Shipmaster's Assistant, 1801 ~ The Section of a First Rate Ship
'Duckworth at the Dardanelles' from The Naval Chronicles of Great Britain by J. Ralfe 1820 'Prometheus and Melpomene' from The Naval Chronicles of Great Britain by J. Ralfe 1820

'Stopford engaging French frigates' from The Naval Chronicles of Great Britain by
J. Ralfe 1820

A brig
A lugger
A corvette
 
The waters surrounding Great Britain were full of ships, of all shapes and size.
The ship "Snow"
The ship "Capital"
The ship "Felicity"
     
Their details were superb:
     
The great ships of war, and the men who sailed them, were a breed apart. The battles were fierce and the prizes substantial.
^ British Navy
 
^ French Navy
English 14 gun revenue cutter 1815
War of 1812-14 ~ ships at battle
     
Battle of Trafalgar 1805
Admiral Lord Nelson's ship 'The Victory'