Journal and remark book of James B. Hay, 1867-1872
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- 1 volume
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|MSS CODEX 1185||In-library use|
- Hay, James B., Lieutenant, creator.
- The "Journal and remark book for the use of the officers of HM Navy, " written and illustrated by Midshipman James B. Hay details his duties and experiences on British naval ships. The volume is divided into two sections: a logbook of the daily wind, weather, and barometer and thermometer readings during his time aboard the ships Terrible, Martin, Gladiator, Speedwell, and Duke of Wellington; and a journal of entries of Hay's time aboard these ships with tipped-in pen-and-ink and watercolor illustrations of ships and landscapes.
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- [identification of item], Journal and remark book of James B. Hay, 1867-1872 (Mss Codex 1185). Department of Special Collections and University Archives, Stanford University Libraries, Stanford, California.
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- Purchase; 2001. Accession MSS 2017-089.
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- Public domain.
- Journal and remark book of Lt. James B. Hay 1880-1883; Located at; National Library of Australia.
- James B. Hay was an officer in the Royal Navy. He sailed on the HMS Terrible, Martin, Gladiator, Speedwell, and Duke of Wellington between 1867 and 1872 as a Midshipman. He later rose to the rank of Lieutenant.
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