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Fri Mar 21 17:04:13 2014 UTClccn-n500812250.00The ships of the new navy : what shall be the next step in naval reconstruction?0.941.00The ships of the new navy. : What shall be the next step in naval construction?123085438n 50081225114768United States. Congress. Senate. Naval CommitteecontainsVIAFID/129601041United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Armed Serviceslccn-n79059051United StatesNavylccn-nr2002004689Tait, Charles1768-1835lccn-n79083946United StatesNavy Departmentnp-hale, frederickHale, Frederickctblccn-n87153955Gaillard, John1765-1826lccn-n78095328United StatesMarine Corpslccn-n84135105Swanson, Claude Augustusctblccn-n89626949Shortridge, Samuel Morganctblccn-n98000180Page, Carroll Smalleyctbviaf-240014029Chandler, William EatonctbUnited StatesCongressSenateCommittee on Naval AffairsHistoryRegistersUnited StatesLake Champlain, Battle of (New York : 1814)North America--Lake ChamplainUnited States.--NavyExpenditures, PublicArmed Forces--OfficersLake Erie, Battle of (1813)Prizes (Property captured at sea)Military appointmentsBounties, MilitaryWar of 1812New York (State)--PlattsburghPlattsburg, Battle of (Plattsburgh, New York : 1814)Macdonough, Thomas,WarshipsFloating batteriesPerry, Oliver Hazard,Armies--OrganizationShipbuilding--Equipment and suppliesLawrence, WilliamShipbuildingEpervier (Ship)Prize lawPrivateeringArmed ForcesUnited States.--Congress.--Senate.--Committee on Naval AffairsUnited States.--Marine CorpsPolitical scienceCoast defensesEnterprize (Brig)Sea controlBlakeley, Johnston,Louisiana--New OrleansElliott, Jesse D.--(Jesse Duncan),New Orleans, Battle of (Louisiana : 1815)Peacock (Sloop of war)Sea-powerUnited States.--Congress.--House.--Committee on Naval AffairsWorld War (1914-1918)Scott, Hugh Lenox,United States.--Office of the Chief of Naval OperationsRoosevelt, Franklin D.--(Franklin Delano),Military readinessNew HampshireAllied Naval Armistice CommissionGibbons, James,United States.--National Security Resources BoardEberstadt familySims, William Sowden,Statesmen1813181418151816181718181820182118221823182418251828182918301836183718381839184218431844184518461848184918501851185218531855185618581859186018611862186318641866186718681869187218751878188018831884188518861887188818891890189118921893189418951896189718981899190019011902190319041906190719081909191019111913191419151916191719181919192019211922192319241925192619271928192919301931193219331934193519361937193819391940194119421943194419451946194719571979198219831985198719921736723582657973.5256AC12189ocn015463064book18140.94United StatesA Bill Authorizing the Appointment of Certain Naval Officers Therein Named1957ocn015574425book18130.94United StatesReport, in part, of the Committee on Naval Affairs15013ocn015576829book18140.90Macdonough, ThomasLetter from the Secretary of the Navy to the chairman of the naval committee transmitting sundry documents from Captain MacDonough relating to the capture of the British fleet on Lake ChamplainHistory14513ocn015454322book18140.93United StatesReport of the naval committee expressive of the gallant conduct of Cap. Macdonough, the officers, seamen, marines &c., in the capturing of the British squadron on Lake Champlain, on the 11th September, 1814History1195ocn015454377book18140.94United StatesReport of the naval committee, expressive of the gallant conduct of Captain Blakeley, in the capture of the British sloop of war Reindeer1196ocn015463813book18150.94United StatesResolutions reported by the Committee on Naval AffairsHistory1166ocn015453977book18140.94United StatesReport of the naval committee, expressive of the gallant conduct of Cap. Warrington in the capture of the British sloop of war Epervier1115ocn015576039book18140.94Gaillard, JohnMr. Gaillard, from the Committee on Naval Affairs, to whom was referred the bill entitled "An act concerning the pay of officers, seamen, and marines in the Navy of the United States," reported the same with the following amendments1105ocn015572432book18140.94United StatesA bill authorising the president of the United States to cause to be built, equipped, and employed one or more floating batteries for the defence of the waters of the United States1094ocn015573311book18130.94United StatesLetter from the Secretary of the Navy, of the twenty-seventh instant, to the chairman of the naval committee, together with sundry documentsHistoryRegisters1095ocn015575657book18140.94United StatesA bill authorising an augmentation of the Marine Corps1094ocn015576672book18160.94United StatesA Bill to Reward the Officers and Crew of the Late United States Brig Argus1094ocn015572370book18140.94United StatesA Bill Authorizing the President of the United States to Cause to Be Built or Purchased the Vessels therein Described1094ocn015575724book18150.94United StatesA Bill Concerning the Naval Establishment1094ocn015574408book18160.94United StatesA Bill for the Relief of Lieutenant Colonel William Lawrence of the Army of the United States and of the Officers, Non-Commissioned Officers, and Privates Composing the Garrison of Fort Boyer in the Summer of the Year One Thousand Eight Hundred and FourteenHistory1094ocn015570169book18150.94United StatesThe Committee on Naval Affairs, to whom was recommitted An Act Concerning Matthew Guy, John Woodward, Samuel Tennison, and Wilfred Drury, report the following amendment1095ocn015575332book18140.94United StatesA bill authorising the appointment of certain officers for the Flotilla Service1095ocn015573933book18140.94Gaillard, JohnMr. Gaillard, from the Committee on Naval Affairs, reported the following amendments to the bill authorising an augmentation of the Marine Corps1095ocn015439935book18140.95United StatesReport of the Committee on Naval Affairs on the resolution ... to inquire into the expediency of making provision ... that the officers and crews of the vessels authorized to be built or purchased ... may be entitled to receive the whole of the prize money which may arise from sale of such vessel or vessels and their cargoes, as they may capture, &c1085ocn015568184book18140.94United StatesA bill in addition to an act entitled, An Act Allowing a Bounty to the Owners, Officers, and Crews of the Private Armed Vessels of the United States942ocn317696970file18560.90Slidell, JohnNaval reform board speech of Hon. John Slidell of LouisianaSpeeches in Congress31ocn012026915book18901.00The ships of the new navy. : What shall be the next step in naval construction?History11ocn018803406book19061.00Pulsifer, PitmanUnited States Navy : information (in tabular form) relating to vessels, the personnel of and appropriations for the Navy, and the comparative strength of the great naval powers11ocn082745588mix1.00Eberstadt, FerdinandFerdinand Eberstadt papersRecords and correspondenceConsists of the papers of Eberstadt (Princeton Class of 1913) relating primarily to his extensive career in public service, including correspondence and related material, diaries (1926-1948), his report UNIFICATION OF WAR AND NAVY DEPARTMENTS AND POST-WAR ORGANIZATION FOR NATIONAL SECURITY, speeches, statements, documents, printed matter, photographs, scrapbooks, and family papers11ocn160095730book18451.00Fitch, AsaMemorial of A. Fitch : being a rejoinder to a memorial placed before the Senate by Charles Gould11ocn475780497book1890The ships of the new navy : what shall be the next step in naval reconstruction?History11ocn850495805mix1.00Cragin, Aaron HAaron Harrison Cragin correspondenceAaron Harrison Cragin (1821-1898) was a member of the New Hampshire House of Representatives from 1852 to 1855, and was elected by the American Party to the Thirty-fourth Congress and as a Republican to the Thirty-fifth Congress. The correspondence consists of eleven letters sent to Cragin between 1868 and 1876. The letters discuss political matters, including his work on behalf of the Committee on Naval Affairs. There is one letter written by Cragin to General Orville E. Babcock, as well as autographs sent to Worthington Chauncey Ford11ocn070981098mix1.00Benson, William ShepherdWilliam Shepherd Benson papersRecords and correspondenceCorrespondents include Charles Francis Adams, Philip Andrews, Newton Diehl Baker, Bernard M. Baruch, Reginald Rowan Belknap, Tasker Howard Bliss, Montague C. Browning, William Hannum Grubb Bullard, William Banks Caperton, Michael Joseph Curley, Josephus Daniels, Norman H. Davis, Duncan Upshaw Fletcher, James Gibbons, Guy Despard Goff, Joseph C. Grew, Herbert Hoover, Edward Mandell House, Edward N. Hurley, Harry Shepard Knapp, John La Farge, Robert Lansing, Albert Davis Lasker, Peyton Conway March, Samuel McGowan, Albert P. Niblack, C.J. Peoples, John J. Pershing, James D. Phelan, Franklin D. Roosevelt, Hugh Lenox Scott, William Sowden Sims, Joseph Nathan Teal, Benjamin R. Tillman, Henry B. Wilson, and Woodrow WilsonFri Mar 21 15:47:26 EDT 2014batch53375