Dunham Tour of Duty Western Hemisphere: They got around. Without planes. A third-rate (left), as a warship, has the best qualities of a battleship and patrol sloop (right), but is still not as fast as a sloop. A sloop’s value is its speed and relative cargo capacity. Gross frigate anatomy. A sloop does not have a poopdeck. A contemporary detail of a third rate (above) and first-rate cross section (below). The Kendall seawatch, the “K1,” was a duplication of the first timepiece capable of measuring time accurately at sea without dead reckoning. There was only one in existence, which Britain awarded to Captain Cook on his voyage to the South Pacific. Mariner’s compass, ~1750 Solomon al Ibrahim is an accomplished Arab physician, who would today be an OB/GYN. I imagine he would have had something like this, perhaps larger, perhaps more than one, to port his herbs, spices, oils, and instruments. Berwick-upon-Tweed in Northumberland, England, which is about two feet from the Scottish border. This is part of the Tavendish estate. Celia’s wedding dress (to Talaat). And because it was to Talaat, those stones would have been pearls. The view from Celia’s house in Casa Blanca, where she lived with her first husband. And here we have a better-dressed version of Elliott’s “Lord Macaroni.” Imagine this in black velvet with silver trim, and you would have Elliott’s preferred civilian toilette. Celia’s wedding dress (to Elliott), only with a green overdress and pink underdress. House of Lords, Elliott’s land workplace. Such robes and wigs as Elliott would have worn to perform his non-breeding duties as earl. Very similar to what Elliott would have worn as captain of various ships before rising to the rank of Fleet Commander, when he was captaining the flagship HMS Iphigenia. Erm, without the paunch.