Royal Navy Cartoons

The Advantage of Putting the Best Leg Foremost.

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The Lions at Last - Trafalgar Square

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A One-Sided View.

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'Jack Tar' Symbolises Nelson's Victory in the Battle of the Nile

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Manning the (back) yards.

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Anglo-French Naval Rivalry,1861

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The Trent Affair, 1861-British Ultimatum

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Lady Hamilton, as Dido, Laments Depature of 'Aeneas', Lord Nelson.

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A Tale of the Sea

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'Tell Tale' - The Drawbacks of Over-Tight Ponytails

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Sailors on Shore Carousing - As it will be when the grog is stopped.

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Unrecorded History

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'Pig Tail and Short Cut'

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Disraeli Refers Fugitive Slave Issue to a Royal Commission

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Naval Power of England and France

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Lord Lyndhurst's speech on the Royal Navy.

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Men using naval terminology to describe people at the regatta ball

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Veteran mistakes ironclad ship for Noah's Ark

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John Bull Devouring the French Navy

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At a Country House

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Count Receives a Kicking from Ship's Captain

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Victorian Royal Navy

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Naval Veterans Drinking at Greenwich Pub

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Naval Review,1897

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