I have just discovered the usenet.nl website which gives access to many electronic resources. The pdf of my book Navies of the World 1835-1840 (2nd edition 2011) is listed but without my authorisation. Does anyone on this forum have experience with this website?
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The two frigates landing troops can be found on Cy Harrison's wonderful website Three Decks! One was Galgo de Andalucia (ex HMS Greyhound ) and the other was San Francisco y San Antonio de Padua . According to the Todo a Babor website at https://www.todoababor.es the naval commander of the expeditio...
- Sun Jul 16, 2017 3:49 am
- Forum: 18th Century
- Topic: Battle for Gibraltar 1704
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Demerliac's volumes appear to be still in print and all available from ANCRE Editions at https://ancre.fr/en/ (for the English language version of the site). They are mostly 80 to 84 euros per book or about 92 to 96 US dollars plus postage. The first volume (1610-1661) is 50 euros.
Storia della Marina da Guerra dei Borbone di Napoli vols 1 and 2 contain little ship data of the type you are looking for. The 4th volume is expected to include this kind of detail in appendices. I do not know, however, when vols 3 and 4 might appear.