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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