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Maybe too late for a useful reply, but get this report online. Excellent drawings of a stove recovered from this wreck site.

https://files.nc.gov/dncr-arch/PDF/Rose-Hill-Report.pdf and the image below from a different wreck.


I will probably reference this work in my book about the origin of the vessel Chaleur (1763-1768).


All Best


Rose-Hill-Report - includes details of iron camboose.pdf

18th century camboose from a wreck.jpg

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Morning Dave;


In the AOTS series,  the book on 'Blandford', a 20 gun ship from 1720, has some excellent details of her fire-hearth. 


All the best,


Mark P

Previously built models (long ago, aged 18-25ish) POB construction. 32 gun frigate, scratch-built sailing model, Underhill plans.

2 masted topsail schooner, Underhill plans.


Started at around that time, but unfinished: 74 gun ship 'Bellona' NMM plans. POB 


On the drawing board: POF model of Royal Caroline 1749, part-planked with interior details. My own plans, based on Admiralty draughts and archival research.


Always on the go: Research into Royal Navy sailing warship design, construction and use, from Tudor times to 1790. 


Member of NRG, SNR, NRS, SMS

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