Come and ask, answer or inform.
|Nationality||Kingdom of England|
|Shipyard||Arundel - Sussex||B028|
|Ship Type||Advice Boat||B028|
Your letter of 12 October proposed the following number of men and guns for the two advice boats building at Arundel viz: Men - 55 in war at home; 50 in war abroad; Guns - Three pounders; 10 in war; 8 in peace. You are directed to have them established with these numbers accordingly.ADM/A
The EAGLE advice boat building at Arundel, which is to be commanded by me, is not one quarter caulked and a great deal of other work is to be done to her, and the stores are not yet come from Portsmouth. Signed by Captain Anderson, Commander of the EAGLE.ADM/A
|Dates||Fleet||Fleet Commander||Source||27.11.1703-27.11.1703||The Great Storm|