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  Mid-Victorian RN vessel HMS Caesar
The Caesar, being fully rigged, is expected to be the first commissioned to form one of the Channel fleet.
The Caesar, 90, the James Watt, 91, the Agamemnon, 91, steamships of the line, and the Virago, 6, steam sloop, were on their way to Gibraltar and the Mediterranean from England; and on her way to Malta from England and Gibraltar the Supply, 2, steam storeshlp.
She was lying lashed alongside the Caesar, a sister vessel now lying in ordinary, and it might have been supposed that the unencumbered decks of the latter were just the places to receive them.
www.pdavis.nl /ShowShip.php?id=15   (3213 words)

  Caesar - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Caesar (Latin:CAESAR, IPA: kaɪ-sɑɹ ["kae-sahr"], common English IPA:siːzɚ ["see-zr"]) was originally a cognomen in ancient Rome, derived from "cai-" (of unknown meaning) from which Gaius also derives.
Caesar, a title used by Roman Emperors, and inherited through to the German "Kaiser," (kai-sar) and the Russian Tsar.
Caesar cocktail, a cocktail made with vodka and Clamato that is popular primarily in Canada.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Caesar   (282 words)

 Probert Encyclopaedia: Ships (C-Car)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
HMS Cadiz was powered by three Admiralty 3-drum type boilers providing a top speed of 34 knots and carried a crew of 250 in peace time and 337 during the Second World War.
HMS Caesar (formerly Ranger) was a British C Class destroyer of 1710 tons displacement launched in 1944.
HMS Captain was a British turret ironclad of 6950 tons displacement, built in 1869 and lost by capsizing off Finisterre on September the 7th 1870.
www.probertencyclopaedia.com /R3.HTM   (2371 words)

 HMS Caesar -- Facts, Info, and Encyclopedia article   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
The first Caesar was an 80-gun (additional info and facts about 3rd rate) 3rd rate launched in 1793, used as an army depot after 1814, and broken up 1821.
The second Caesar was a 90-gun screw-propelled (additional info and facts about 2nd rate) 2nd rate launched in 1853 and sold in 1870.
The fourth Caesar was a (additional info and facts about C-class) C-class (A person who destroys or ruins or lays waste to) destroyer launched in 1944 and broken up in 1967.
www.absoluteastronomy.com /encyclopedia/h/hm/hms_caesar2.htm   (178 words)

 HMS Caesar - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
The first Caesar was an 80-gun 3rd rate launched in 1793, used as an army depot after 1814, and broken up 1821.
The second Caesar was a 90-gun screw-propelled 2nd rate launched in 1853 and sold in 1870.
The third Caesar was a battleship launched in 1896 and sold 1921.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/HMS_Caesar   (169 words)

 Pembroke Dock Community Website: History Section.
HMS Wizard of 1830 was lost on the Seal Bank off Berehaven in February 1859, the Skylark of 1826 was wrecked on the Isle of Wight in April 1845 and the Spey of 1827 was lost on Racoon Key in the Bahamas in November 1840.
HMS Thais of 1829 was lost on passage from Falmouth to Halifax in December 1833 and the Camilla of 1847 in September 1860 off Japan.
The composite gunvessel HMS Gnat, christened by Miss Mirehouse of Angle in the dark on 26 November 1867, was wrecked within a year when she ran aground on Balabac Island in the China Seas on 15 November 1868.
www.pembrokedock.org /h_dockyard_2.htm   (9681 words)

 Aloe Vera -- Medicine from the Dawn of Time   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
The centuries since Caesar's day have only increased the public's awareness of and respect for both known and suspected benefits of this revered plant.
We, at HMS Crown, Inc., are happy to have been a constant supporter and friend of this amazing plant since our founding and in fact long before.
HMS Crown makes no medical claims concerning topical aloe vera products, health drinks, or its use in assorted creams, liquids, and lotions.
www.hmscrown.com /Aloe_Intro.htm   (689 words)

 The Probert Encyclopaedia - Weapons and Warfare (G-O)
HMS Captain was a British turret ironclad of 6950 tons displacement built in 1869 and lost in 1870 when it capsized off Finisterre.
Like HMS Courageous, HMS Glorious was completed in 1917 as a fast cruiser for use in the Great War in the Baltic, but by the 1920s with Britain wanting to increase her aircraft carrier strength she was converted to an aircraft carrier, as was HMS Courageous.
HMS Wasp was a British steam gunboat, which was lost in September 1887 while on a passage from Singapore to Hong-Kong.
www.fas.org /news/reference/probert/F4.HTM   (15666 words)

 A Dartmouth MITCHELMORE family: Stoker 1st Class Enos Augustus MITCHELMORE
HMS New Zealand succeeds to command when HMS Lion (with Enos's cousin Nat on board) is put out of action.
HMS New Zealand reverts to the Second Battlecruiser Force and remains there for the remainder of the war.
HMS New Zealand is involved in the second Battle of Heligoland Bight.
au.geocities.com /m_mitchelmore/Mitchelmore/enos.htm   (888 words)

 HMS Kite - In Memory of the sailors of HMS Kite Roll of Honour included.
I was a boy of thirteen when HMS Kite was sunk and I still remember how devastated I was to have lost Tom.
The 5 men who died on board that destroyer were probably put over the side, which is what I would expect when a ship is still actively hunting U Boats; their departed comrades would not have wanted them to risk their own lives.
The names of the men of HMS Kite need to be written in the sky for all to see, these were the real heroes of the Group, those who gave their lives.
www.mikekemble.com /ww2/kite1.html   (1045 words)

HMS BERWICK carried a contingent of Norwegian soldiers to assist in the liberation of Norway.
This was the return convoy of JW61A, which included the above vessels plus the destroyers HMS SAVAGE and SCORPION.
It departed the Kola Inlet 11 November 1944 and arrived at the Clyde 17 November 1944.
www.paulmanning.net /convoy.htm   (196 words)

 Martmix - London photos 3   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
HMS Belfast is moored close to Tower Bridge and is one of several warships moored along the Thames.
"HMS Belfast is a unique and powerful reminder of Britain's naval heritage: a cruiser launched in 1938 to serve with distinction in both the Second World War and the Korean War.
This photo is of the main tower designed by Caesar Pelli which can be seen all over London.
www.martynhicks.co.uk /personal/html/london/group3.html   (333 words)

 Definition of HMS Majestic (1895)
HMS Majestic was a Majestic-class pre-Dreadnought battleship of the Royal Navy, built at Portsmouth Dockyard and commissioned into the Channel Squadron in December 1895.
The upturned hull remained visible for many months until it was finally submerged during a storm on the night of November 17.
See HMS Majestic for other ships of the name.
www.wordiq.com /definition/HMS_Majestic_%281895%29   (303 words)

 Postlethwaite - Bismarck Into Battle
After the Bismarck was sunk, he was rescued from the water by HMS Dorsetshire.
Was wounded during the sinking of the Bismarck and was rescued from the water by HMS Dorsetshire.
Was rescued after the sinking by HMS Dorsetshire and went on to write the book 'Schlachtschiff Bismarck'.
www.aviatorart.com /postlethwaite/p-bis.html   (336 words)

 Encyclopedia: 1812
October 13 - War of 1812: Battle of Queenston Heights - On the Niagara frontier in Ontario, Canada, United States forces under General Stephen Van Rensselaerof are repulsed from invading Canada by British and native troops led by Sir Isaac Brock (although he dies during the battle).
Painting of HMS Detroit by E.A Hodgkinson During the War of 1812, the British Royal Navy had two small vessels named HMS Detroit on Lake Erie, both named after the nearby Fort Detroit.
Solomon Caesar Malan (April 22, 1812 - November 25, 1894), British divine and orientalist, was by birth a Swiss descended from an exiled French family, and was born at Geneva, where his father, Dr Henry Abraham Caesar Malan (1787-1864) enjoyed a great reputation as a Protestant divine.
www.nationmaster.com /encyclopedia/1812   (4898 words)

 HMS Caesar
HMS Caesar was the flagship of the Majestic Class from December 1905.
Temporarily in February 1907, she became flagship of the Atlantic Fleet, but joined the Home Fleet at Devonport in May 1907 where she was refitted 1907-08.
HMS Caesar (left) with HMS Anson at Malta, c.1900.
www.battleships-cruisers.co.uk /hms_caesar.htm   (655 words)

HMS CAVALIER was privileged to be among the first ships to be built with a partially welded hull, the forward and after parts, while amidships remained riveted for strengthening purposes.
On 4th October 1977 CAVALIER was sold to the HMS Cavalier Trust for £65,000 and she was towed to Portsmouth for docking.
More problems ensued and the ship was eventually sold to HMS Cavalier (Chatham) Trust and on the 16th of May 1999, Cavalier returned to Chatham Dockyard, and the care of Chatham Historic Dockyard Trust (CHDT), where she now resides in No2 Dock, birthplace of HMS Victory as a museum ship.
www.resinshipyard.com /walkarounds/cavalier/cavalier_walkaround.html   (1032 words)

 HMS Majestic
HMS Majestic of the Majestic Class battleships shown in old photographs was built at Portsmouth Dockyard and was commissioned in December 1895 for service in the Channel Squadron.
HMS Majestic was commissioned into the Atlantic Fleet from August 1906 but was commissioned into the reserve in October 1906.
At the outbreak of World War I she was commissioned at Devonport for the 7th Battle Squadron in October 1914 she was involved in escorting Canadian troop convoys and in 1915 involved in the bombardment of the Belgian coast while serving with the Channel Fleet and Dover Patrol.
www.battleships-cruisers.co.uk /hms_majestic.htm   (1904 words)

 Navy News - Jack to Jack - Where are you now - C   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
HMS Cleopatra Old Shipmates Association: is a flourishing organisation over 20 years old who are on the lookout for new members to add to the 274 we already have.
HMS Chieftain: If anyone knows the whereabouts of the ships bell of HMS Chieftain could they contact Pete Marley, his wife, Wendy was christened on Chieftain and her name was engraved on the bell.
HMS Concord: In September 1953 in the Pearl River Estuary, HMML(HDML) 1323 was attacked by a communist Chinese Gun Boat killing 6 and wounding 5 of the crew.
www.navynews.co.uk /wayn/cosc.asp   (4251 words)

 HMS CAESAR - Find Friends from HMS CAESAR at Forces Reunited
Colin Firth was at HMS Caesar between 1961 and 1963
George Garabedian was at HMS Caesar between 1962 and 1973
Peter Goodwin was at HMS Caesar between 1957 and 1969
www.forcesreunited.org.uk /namearchive/units/HMSNames/HMS-Caesar.html   (211 words)

 HMS Caesar - TheBestLinks.com - Battleship, Destroyer, Julius Caesar, Royal Navy, ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
HMS Caesar - TheBestLinks.com - Battleship, Destroyer, Julius Caesar, Royal Navy,...
HMS Caesar, Battleship, Destroyer, Julius Caesar, Royal Navy, 1944, 1896, 1921...
This is a disambiguation page, i.e., a navigational aid which lists other pages that might otherwise share the same title.
www.thebestlinks.com /HMS_Caesar.html   (217 words)

 Navy News - Jack to Jack - Calling Old Shipmates - C   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
HMS Centaur: Trying to locate any members who served in HMS Centaur and were in the messdeck under the flight deck, during her first two years of commission.
HMS Collingwood 1976/7: C H Cheng, ex Royal Malaysian Navy is seeking JP Davies, Brian Williams, Harry Dale, Jed Stone and others who were in class 9472 radio mechanicians course at Collingwood.
HMS Caesar 1961/2: Hobart to Hong Kong and exercise in Indian Ocean near Pualo Tiomin.
www.navynews.co.uk /cos/cosc.asp   (2016 words)

 RN After Action Reports
The HMS Naga not to be outdone by her sister ship inflicted a devastating close range attack on the Smudger, practically shearing its thick carapace off in one go.
However due to the performance of the Agrippa and promotion to Captain of Fraser, the failure to protect the convoy soon came to be touted as a great victory of spirit and sacrifice against heavy odds as is usually the case with NAC defeats.
The successful performance of the HMS Raleigh and the true nature of the HMS Alexandria were quickly covered up as the existence of Q-Ships is officially denied by the RN, as is the full extent of the electronic capabilities of the Drake Class.
members.iinet.net.au /~stub/FullThrustaar.html   (5306 words)

 Untitled Document   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
Serving on HMS Britannia when it was torpedoed by a German submarine on 9th November 1918.
HMS Orlando was anchored in Tunis Bay, 3rd November 1864.
Action May 1812 (HMS Northumberland) drove on shore and destroyed, near the entrance of Lorient, two French frigates (Arienne and Andromaque), and the brig Mamelouck.
www.angelfire.com /mp/memorials/AMaltalist.htm   (4900 words)

 britannia hms
HMS Africa, HMS Britannia, HMS Commonwealth, HMS Dominion, HMS Hibernia, HMS Hindustan, King Edward VII, HMS New Zealand (renamed Zealandia).
Admiral Brigstocke was Captain of Dartmouth 1987-88, prior to assuming command of HMS ARK ROYAL.
HMS Britannia Royal Naval battleship of the King Edward VII, Class.
www.uk20.co.uk /search.php?q=britannia+hms   (548 words)

HMS Duke of York firing a broadside; Second World War.
HMS Royal Oak viewed from HMS Queen Elizabeth 1935.
HMS Victory flying the famous signal on 21 October 1905.
www.ilnprints.co.uk /allprods.php?page=70   (115 words)

 Marine Listing2   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
Her served on HMS Aboukir from 6th November 1906 to 14th November 1906, and HMS Irresistible from 27th November 1906 until his death on 4th December 1907.
HMS Ramillies was off Gozo preparing to enter Grand Harbour, when one of the davits broke loose whilst making ladders ready to hoist out and Sergeant Charles Young was thrown overboard.
HMS Ramillies was off Gozo preparing to enter Grand Harbour, when one of the davits broke loose whilst making ladders ready to hoist out and he was thrown overboard.
website.lineone.net /~stephaniebidmead/marine_listing2.htm   (10595 words)

 HMS Cossack, RN Destroyer
HMS Cossack in naval art prints by Ivan Berryman depicting HMS Cossack at Grand Harbour Malta.
HMS Cossack, one of the fast Tribal class destroyers will always be remembered for the daring rescue of 300 prisoners of war from the German Altmark in Norwegian waters.
HMS Cossack on convoy duty by Ivan Berryman.
www.naval-art.com /hms_cossack.htm   (376 words)

 The Time Capsule: Categories - Age Concern England
Following my passing out as a qualified Junior Radio Operator from HMS Mercury, the RN Signal School just outside Petersfield (no longer there I’m sad to say), I was drafted to my first seagoing vessel, HMS Tyne, a Destroyer Support Vessel, in Portsmouth Harbour.
Now, many things that linger in the memory of the 18 months onboard HMS Cavalier are those which had an effect on me personally and as I recall them they may not be in chronological order, so any other Cavalier should not hold me to account for keeping these memories in order.
I only had to wait three months before a set of drums was available in Aden and, luckily enough, we were on our way to Aden, chasing the aircraft carrier HMS Ark Royal, acting as her plane guard when she flew off aircraft.
www.ageconcern.org.uk /TimeCapsule/1460CCF24DD6487B85EC4CB7F14DAC78_53E403D627E3458ABB7F886EBA68C5BD.htm   (2325 words)

Caesar is a trained assistance dog (Golden Retriever)from Dogs for the Disabled in UK.
Detailed biography of the life of Julius Caesar, his wars, and his assassination in the context of the Roman Republic.
Lists resources for the military campaigns of Caesar in particular, and sources for the study of late Republican Roman warfare and culture in general.
www.omniknow.com /common/wiki.php?in=en&term=Caesar   (946 words)

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