Punch, 56 (1869), 141.
Punch's Essence of Parliament
Regular Feature, Proceedings, Drollery
Government, Politics, Military Technology, Steamships
Notes extensive discussion of ships following the government's receipt of the naval estimates. Reports that the government was 'bent upon building two grand sea-going turret-ships that will go anywhere' and was not going to build 'any more wooden men-of-war'. Adds that the First Lord of the Admiralty, Henry T L Corry 'denounced these great ships' and 'read heaps of letters from sea-officers, who predicted that they would be useless'.
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