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 Michael Phillips' Web site 
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Michael Phillips' website which lists pretty well all the ships of the period, and in their history, has reappeared under a different "author":

http://www.ageofnelson.org/MichaelPhillips/index.html

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As someone who is trying to build a ship database from scratch, I do have a problem with that situation. :twisted:

Oh well. :? <susan crawls off to add more ship data>

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I'm sorry, Susan.

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It has also been available for some years on the Wayback machine at Internet Archive.


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Badger wrote:
I'm sorry, Susan.

No need to apologize, Jim. I've known about it for a while. I sometimes use it as a reference when I come across conflicting bits of information.

What it tells me is that I have a lot more work to do, in terms of building my site. Hopefully, one day, people will find it just as helpful as a reference.

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It was a great loss when Michael Phillips' extensive web-site at www.cronab.demon suddenly went off-line a few years ago. Occasionally one still finds links to it on badly-maintained web-sites. Patrick Marioné is to be congratulated on having revived it with a modern appearance. Patrick is a Belgian maritime historian. He is an active member of another list - as Michael Phillips was once.


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