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Naval History of Great Britain - Vol III
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No. 17.
See p. 164

For the pay and maintenance of 100,000 seamen and 30,000 marines, for five lunar months, of 70,000 seamen, and 18,000 marines, for one lunar month, and of 56,000 seamen, and 14,000 marines, for the remaining seven lunar months 4,601,000 0 0
For the wear and tear of ships, &c . 3,684,000 0 0
For the ordinary expenses of the navy including the half-pay to sea and marine officers; also the expense of sea-ordnance 1,365,524 17 5
For the extraordinaries ; including the building and repairing of ships, and other extra work 773,500 0 0
For the expense of the transport-service, and maintenance of prisoners of war in health 1,321,545 15 1
For the care and maintenance of sick prisoners of war 58,000 0 0
For an increase of half-pay to the commissioned and of additional pay to the warrant, officers of the navy, for six months, commencing 1st July 30,000 0 0
Total supplies granted for the sea-service . 11,833,570 12 6  

No. 17
See p. 165

Recapitulatory Abstract

Showing the number of French, Dutch, Spanish, and Danish ships of the line and frigates, captured, destroyed, wrecked, foundered, and accidentally burnt during the war commencing in February, 1793 and ending in October 1801 ; also the number of captured ships added to the British navy during the same period.

  Lost through the enemy Lost through accident. Total lost the to the F.D.S:& Da. Navies Total added to the British navy.
Capt. Dest. Wrecked. Foundered. Burnt
Ships of the line Fr. 34 11 5 4 1 55 28
Du. 18 ... ... ... ... 18 17
Sp. 5 5 ... ... ... 10 4
Da. 2 ... ... ... ... 2 1
Total 58 16 5 4 1 84 50
Frigates Fr. 82 14 4 2 ... 102 62
Du. 33   ... ... ... 33 25
SP- 11   ... ... ... 15 7
Grand Total 184 34 9 6 1 234 144

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