Transactions of the Naval Dockyards Society,
Volume 1, July 2006 ISBN 978-0-9553711-0-3
Transactions of the Ninth Annual Conference 2005 held at Royal Naval Museum Portsmouth: Portsmouth Dockyard in the Age of Nelson
Editor Professor Ray Riley
Andrew Lambert Science and sea power: the Navy Board, the Royal Society and the structural reforms of Sir Robert Seppings
Roger Morriss The office of the Inspector General of Naval Works and technological innovation in the royal Dockyards
Peter Goodwin Preparing HMS Victory and the ships for Trafalgar
Matthew Sheldon A tale of two cities: the facilities, work and impact of the Victualling Office in Portsmouth 1793-1815
Susan Wilkin The contribution of Portsmouth royal dockyard to the success of the Royal Navy in the Napoleonic War 1793-1815
Ann Coats The Block Mills: new labour practices for new machines?
Ray Riley Marc Brunel’s pulley block-making machinery: operation and assessment
James Thomas Portsmouth yard and town in the age of Nelson
The Naval Dockyards Society gratefully acknowledges the award of a generous grant from the Society of Nautical Research, enabling the Society to reproduce four maps, plans and drawings in colour.
Keywords Maritime History, Naval History, Naval Warfare, British History, Social History, Dockyard History, Portsmouth Dockyard, naval administration, Navy Board, Admiralty Board, Royal Navy, Royal Society, Victualling Office, Earl St Vincent, Lord Barham, Admiral Lord Nelson, Samuel Bentham, Marc Brunel, Simon Goodrich, Robert Seppings, Benjamin Tucker, Joseph Tucker, Portsmouth Block Mills, HMS Victory, steam powered technology, pulley blocks, copper sheathing, lignum vitae.
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