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Minute book of the Marine Society Committee, 1862.

Minute book of the Marine Society Committee, 1862.
Minute book of the Marine Society Committee, 1862.
© National Maritime Museum, London
Repro ID: H6372
Description: This volume records the decisions made at committee level regarding the Society and its training ship. The entry records a letter from the Admiralty, offering the Society the use of the Royal Navy vessel HMS 'Warspite' in place of their old vessel 'Venus', which was said to be in a 'defective state'.
Creator: Marine Society
Date: 29 May 1862
Credit line: National Maritime Museum, London
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