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The sailor  Published:  [London] : Pub. July 1792 by S.W. Fores, N. 3 Piccadilly, [1792]

"The sailor"' Published: [London] : July 1792 by S. Fores, N. 3 Piccadilly, The Lewis Walpole Library.

Costume of the Royal Navy & Marines. Gunners, Boatswains & Carpenters (uniform) - National Maritime Museum

Costume of the Royal Navy Gunners, Boatswains & Carpenters (uniform) - National Maritime Museum

First of June, Battle of the, 1794

First of June, Battle of the, 1794

WW2 Royal Navy Officers White Cotton Tropical Uniform Shorts

WW2 Royal Navy Officers White Cotton Tropical Uniform Shorts

Detail from "Rochester, Kent, From the North" by Thomas Girtin, ca. 1790, Yale Center for British Art.

Detail from "Rochester, Kent, From the North" by Thomas Girtin, ca. Yale Center for British Art.

'A Sailor bringing up his hammock, Pallas, Jany 75' [Bray album] - National Maritime Museum

A Sailor bringing up his hammock, Pallas, Jany 75 [Bray album] - National Maritime Museum

Depicts clothing, outerwear: dress, seaman's (National Maritime Museum, UK)

Grumio - Definitely stockings - potentially a a hat - dislike the skirt though - - - Depicts clothing, outerwear: dress, seaman's (National Maritime Museum, UK)

In 1750, Captain James Lowry commanded the "Molly" merchantman on a voyage from London to Jamaica and back. His crew quickly grew to despise their master as he berated and beat them. On the return, a formerly sick tar Kenith Hossack tripped on the Quarterdeck, drawing the ire of the fickle and violent captain. Lowry ordered him to be tied up, and beat him at least half an hour. Several sailors later testified that they had never witnessed so brutal a beating, and it led to the death of…

In Captain James Lowry commanded the "Molly" merchantman on a voyage from…

Two deck scenes: two men relaxing on deck, and a man working a winding handle fixed on a barrel (Rope making actually)  ca. 1820

Two deck scenes: two men relaxing on deck, and a man working a winding handle fixed on a barrel (Rope making actually) ca.