A Letter to the Lords of the Admiralty on the Ship Manoeuvrer;

FOULERTON Robert (1846)


Please contact us in advance if you would like to view this book at our Curzon Street shop.

with the Opinions of Naval Officers on its Merits, and the Result of the Experiments already Made, as shown in th Conflicting Reports from the Dock-yards of Woolwich and Sheerness. Printed for the Author..., London,

The Manoeuvrer was a small propeller which was intended to drive the ship round on its own axis, giving the posibility of manoeuvrability when the ship was disabled due to "...the failure of a Ship's rudder at a critical moment, and of an insufficiency of means to bring the guns to bear, when she is becalmed, or disabled in sails, rigiing or otherwise."

Stock Code: 70679

close zoom-in zoom-out close zoom