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Date Posted: 09:47:45 03/23/18 Fri
Author: Byron Angel
Subject: Re: COMPARATION BETWEEN BRITISH TREE DECKER 98 GUNS AND FRENCH TWO DECKERS 80 GUNS
In reply to: Albert Parker 's message, "Re: COMPARATION BETWEEN BRITISH TREE DECKER 98 GUNS AND FRENCH TWO DECKERS 80 GUNS" on 21:25:47 03/22/18 Thu

Hello Albert; hope you are keeping well. I still drop by to visit now and again, but mostly lurk in the background.

One point of tactical interest worth consideration is the height advantage of the three-decker ... when in close action ... whereby the weather decks of a two-decker 80 would be exposed to fire (particularly that of carronades when/if present).

Byron

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