Report, 1847.

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Portsmouth, N.H., Commission on Drydocks. Report, 1847.

Report, 1847.

Extract from the report (1847) of the commission sent to John Y. Mason, Secretary of the Navy, expressing concern that floating docks could not handle the weight of a ship of line with armament on board, and recommending excavated stone docks, including estimate cost for a stone deck.

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