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  1. The Austin was a 600 ton ship-rigged sloop in the Second Texas Navy that is most famously remembered for being immortalized on the cylinder of the 1851 Colt Navy revolver. The scene engraved on the Colt depicts the 1843 Naval Battle of Campeche Bay, between the Mexican Navy and the Republic of Texas and Republic of Yucatan naval forces. This battle is notable as the only time an all-sail-powered force defeated an enemy with steam powered vessels. She carried a crew of 23 officers and warrant officers, 151 sailors and marines and was armed with 16 medium 24-pound cannons, two 18-pound medium cannons, and two 18-pound long cannons. She began construction in 1839 as the Texas in Baltimore by the Schott and Whitney firm, and was delivered to the Texas Navy and commissioned on 5 January 1840 under the command of Captain Edwin W. Moore, TN. In addition to her participation in the actions off of the coast of the Yucatan against Mexico, she was able to capture several enemy vessels as prizes. She was commissioned into the United States Navy on 11 May 1846 following the annexation of the Republic of Texas into the United States where she served in Pensacola until she was stricken in 1848. Here are more pictures of the Austin
  2. It would be nice to see Capt James Vancouvers ship,HMS Discovery in the game. Discovery was launched in 1789 and purchased for the Navy in 1790.She was named after the previous Discovery(Capt J Cook). She was a 10 Gun Survey Vessel(later a Bomb Vessel,Bomb vessel: 1 x 13" mortar + 1 x 10" mortar + 8 x 24-pounder Carronades + 2 x 6-pounder guns) As a Survey Vessel she had 10 x 4-pounder guns (short)+ 10 x ½-pounder swivel guns. She had a Compliment of 100(including a "Widows Man" Length: 99 ft 2 in (30.23 m) (overall) 77 ft 8 in (23.67 m) (keel) Beam: 28 ft 3 1⁄4 in (8.617 m) Depth of hold: 12 ft 4 in (3.76 m) The Vessel in the background is HMS Chatham,she accompanied HMS Discovery on her Voyage of Discovery.
  3. Corvette 'L'Aurore' A sloop-of-the-war was built in Le Havre on a private building site. After this presentation, Gérard Delacroix describes the 1767 voyage, including long excerpts from the book published in 1767, that gave a detailed account of that voyage. This historical context is completed by documents (manuscripts from the Bibliothèque Sainte-Geneviève), the importance of armament in 1767; and especially the detailed list of the sloop-of-the-war's contents when she was handed over to the King in 1769. Possible links to Ship Plans from Russian community: http://depositfiles.com/files/m141k1ofn http://depositfiles.com/files/m141k1ofm http://depositfiles.com/files/m141k1ofg
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