The Royal louis ship 3 bridge de 1692
Hold and needs him bridge
HOLD AND NEEDS HIM BRIDGE
Garlands There are 8 garlands or crotches put tobed of the fore hold in the back. Both first ones in the front are called crotches put to bed. Crotches before The 1er begins of the back can of the porque(rib inside) 1er, the fourcat 2ème, called low garland receives the keelson of the forematt and the tenon(mortice) of the mast. 2ème part of the stem and ends against the can before of the porque(rib inside) 1er. Garlands have thickness in the square: 35.21cm The garland of the 1 bridge. The 4ème garland cuts it self on the 1er crossbeam of the first bridge and receives is planking. His two branch stretch over the clamps of the 1 bridge and come to touch the first crossbeam. The garland has thickness in the square: 37.94cm. She follows the incline of the bridge. The garland under ecubiers(hauses-holes). This garland is put down that a ten Cm under ecubiers(hauses-holes) has, and it cuts its elf on her against stem. The garland has thickness in the square: 36.58cm. The garland of the 2 bridge The head gathers at the head of her against stem. Its two branch stretch over the clamps of the 2 bridge and the first crossbeam is going to come to touch. The garland has thickness in the square: 35.23cm Put to bed crotches AR the first is put between the porque(rib inside) firs tone and the stern His thickness is of: 30cm The big fourcat is put down against porque(rib inside) last and is going to touch the following His thickness is of: 30cm Keelson of matt It is an assembly of framework forming a mortise put in the place where rests the foot of a mast and the foot of the mast is sharpened in the form of tenon(mortice). Thickness of flasks is of: 33.75cm The keelson of the foremast Thickness of flasks: 33.75cm The ballast It is necessary to pass put down the ballast to leave the free space for the walls of hold, pillar and other one. The ballast is to compromise of graveland old cannon to break and unusable, as well as of cannon ball. All artillery which serves for the ballast issupported in place by wooden sleepers. The incline of the vaigrage(eding inside) implicates the pose of wooden rooms to keep the ballast. He by the front of the wall of the hold with water has the spanker. Étances(right wooden piece which faidroit which makes effect pillar and which sometimes also serves ladder as) The étances of the bottom of hold(under the floor of the 1 bridge) Étances(right wooden piece which faidroit which makes effect pillar and which sometimes also serves ladder as): right wooden piece which makes service pillar and that sometimes also serves ladder as. The étances of the bottom of hold hasbreadth backward and forward: 40.63cm Their thickness of starboard on the portside is of: 27.10cm Chest in powder Chest in powder (or chest has cartridge): Chest containing the cartridge that is established in various point of the ship, among whom 2 in the front, under thepit to the lions, to act as booking and of improve the circulation of cartridge towards battery For the chest in powder of the front itthere a lamp to pose against the shell of the pit in the cable. He goes up up to wrong leases, Heleaves the wall of the pit to the, in diagonal, up to the porque(rib inside) 1er who it locates ahead of the misaine. The access to the chest The access to the chest is locatedbetween the wall of the pit in cablesand the foremast, entersleases 4ème and 5ème Pit in the cable: She one worked who in the most highbehind between beam and vaigrage(eding inside) ishas: 65cm His wall before is against the chestin powder of the front is mounting tounder the 5ème crossbeam of the 1 bridge. at the level of the chest in powder thereis an opening put wire netting for thelamp of powders. The back wall mounting to underwrong leases étances to go down in thepit is at the level of 9th leases. The number of crossbeam essentials to form the working is 8 Beam will have in the square: 24.39cm Their camber is from the 6eme of their length reduced in thumb Hold with water Part of the bottom of hold of the ship, on the front of the pumpwells. and inwhom they fasten beer barrels containing the necessary water to thecrew. They also put in it a part of the ballast and of the firewood. His wall before is that of the pit inthe cable; the hold it extends up to thewell in the cannonball. She goes up up to the level of the wrong bridge. They go down by the big panel there. Breadth of bars in the square: 13.55cm Well in the cannonball well which is done up for cannon balls with cannon of the different battery He is established behind the pumpwells. and him shone follower, he is to divide compartment into several The wall swhich form are established on sums of the drum of the park with cannon balls. His height is up to the planking of the 1 bridge, He has wedges of walk in the internal who goes down at the bottom. Her hatch this situ on the wall before, under leases she has a dimension in the square of 123cm In the back wall there is another hatch of the same dimension. 3 sums of the Well in the cannon ball will have in the square: 12.19cm They are stopped on the leases of the first bridge by a tail Their foot is similarly stopped on floor timber. Their planking has thickness10.84cm The access to the well in the cannonball They practice an opening which overlooks the wrong bridge The access to the well in cannon balls has in square: 70.42cm The pumpwells. or drum: Pumpwells. or drum: Together includingthe pomps of holds and the structures of the big matt. It is the lowest point or all waters it find The keelson of the big matt is established in the pumpwells. There are four said pomps «pomp royal»which are all over established of the wall. She leans inside and on both leases who forms the étambrai(partner) of the bigmatt. Pumps go up above the first bridge. They succeed on the planking of maketheir feet and is necessary be emboitéesin the stitches of floor timber. The height of the wall is up to the planking of the 1 bridge. They practice an opening which overlooks the wrong bridge. Access to the drum of the pumpwells. has in square: 70.42cm. He has wedges of walk in the internal which go down at the bottom. There are 8 sums of pumpwells., Theyare stopped on the leases of the first bridge of the same way that those of the well in the cannon ball. Hold with wine Part of the bottom of hold of the ship, on the back of the pumpwells. and inwhom they fasten beer barrel scontaining the wine and the calvados necessary for the crew. She goes up up to the wrong bridge, they go down there by an étance who starts in the 1 bridge at the end of the hatch in supplies The hatch The hatch on the wrong bridge makes length: 145cm And of breadth: 170cm Hold in back powders. Hold: These are the different closed places done up in the bottom by hold of vessels to stock in safety powder there. The number of leases is relating to the length of the hold Several coffers isestablished for there kept cartridge There is a wall double graft the holdin back powder and the hold with wine. She one worked who in the most highforward between beam and vaigrage(eding inside) is in: 65cm The length of floor is all that it will be possible to give him. The access to the hold. His access is near the well in the lampand the deal in the lock below. In the hold there is a chest in powders He is centered in comparison with the well in the lamp. Drum of the pumpwells. of spanker and then in the lamp The well in the lamp well grips to make take the lamp down at the level of chests to powders to light them in very security. The drum of the pumpwells. of the matt of spanker. It is on the side of the drum that both pomps (since the top of the 1 bridge until take down stitch between floor timber His height is from the vaigrage(eding inside) of bottom up to the planking of the bridge, It also has a grand opening put wirenetting above the platform the height of which is of 65cm. They come back by an opening there to practice in the planking access of which there is by the floor of the lock. Sums are the four pillar who supports the keelson of the matt of spanker. Sums will have in the square: 12.19cm Their edging is of: thickness 6.09cm Pit in links "or lion" Entrenchement makes ahead of bollardsin the bottom hold where all small maneuvers and matériax of spare are put (pulleys, tallow, grease, spinning wheels, jacks, pliers, etc. ) His height is up to the planking of the bridge, his length is of the stem up tothe wall of the pit in cables, under the 5ème crossbeam. The hatch of access it locates between the 4ème and 5éme crossbeam behind the working. Hold of the master calfat It is one of 2 single holds has cut the gallery. His height is up to the edging of the bridge Hold of the master carpenter It is 2ème holds the gallery has cut. The height is up to the edging of the bridge Hold in the veil His height is of the wrong bridge up to the planking of the 1 bridge, His breadth of starboard on the port side belongs of a gallery in other one The gallery Gallery: passage from 2 to 3 feet wide against edges and in bottom of hold of the ship of the front in the back, allowing the master calfats to the carpenter and to block possible ways of water due to cannon balls during abattle. She goes around the ship at the level of wrong bridge, she passes between the safe vaigrage(eding inside) and the walls of holds that of the master calfat and of the carpenter. The floor of the gallery is always at the level of the wrong bridge Oven with bread He follows the gallery on the port side, he is to pose on 2 wrong leases and it locates just before the big panel. There is an iron door Hold of the pilot Her height is wrong leases up to the planking of the bridge, it is on the portside, following the gallery. She it locates under the big panel between the well incannonballs and the oven in the bread. Hold of the writer (does not appear on plan) Her height is wrong leases up to the planking of the bridge, it is facing the oven with bread, following the gallery. She it locates have side of the hold ofthe surgeon in star board Hold of the surgeon His height is wrong leases up to the planking of the bridge. She it locates instarboard. She begins the well in cannon balls and go up to the hold of the writer. The Flat form of the master man servant At the back of the pumpwells., she is edged in residence, she has breadth allthat is possible of him given. She it ends in the double wall. Kitchen gardens for the service of the state major Kitchen gardens are two, put in every edge, they are up and about these are ofCase of wood put after the gallery and behind the pumpwells. on the platform Hold of the master Vallet She is on the port side and ends the platform begin after the gallery, her height is up to the planking of the 1 bridge Holds in vegetables There are 2 holds in the vegetables ofthe same dimensions, they are face has face, they are ahead of the hold of the master Vallet and other one is ahead ofthe hold of the captain. They begin after the gallery, his height is up to the planking of the 1 bridge. Hold of the captain and Hold in the food of the state major She is in starboard and ends the platform the second is on the port side, it begins after the gallery, its height is up to the planking of the 1 bridge The Corridor of access In 97 cm there against bottom there is another platform which begins in the double wall. The corridor by the double wall which is filled with earth, by-passes thelock and the well in the lamp and it endsin Coqueron of spare of the master gunner. She leaves the double wall and ends in holds in breads, their height is up tothe planking of the 1 bridge Drum or lock, of the hold in powders room entirely closed next to the well in the lamp It is by means of this drum which surrounds the opening of the hatch in powders which are taken down in the hold to powders he crosses holds in his height in breads, they practice that an opening there at the level of the floor of holds in breadsto light there the lantern or lamp whichis hanging. The drum of the hold in powders mustbe one can broader than the opening ofthe hatch of this hold, and sound spread towards the back is necessary be rather considerable to handle carefully inside of the drum asmall rest on the leases of the floor ofthe hold in breads to be of use aswithdrawal for the master gunner. There is a ladder to press on the edge ofthe hatch and down on the floor of thehold. His height is up to the planking of the 1 bridge, it locates a head of the well in the lamp; there majors (wall before) are takenin by the corridor of the state there isthe internal one has access to the well in the lamp and in the hold in powders of hold. Holds with bread in the cookie: They will be separated in four Are to work begin behind the pillar of the big capstan That is he begins has the end of the wrong bridge (or the bridge is lower. )and ends very behind (his end) one reaches supplies by the hatch of the hold there Its height is up to the planking of the 1 bridge, there is one on each side. In the middle of the corridor between holds with bread, there is a hatch. One established on each side by the drum, by the hatch of the hold in powder until the working of the wrong bridge, a wall which separates holds in the length, the small corridor that forms its two extended walls acts mainly as passage to carry light freely in lamp of the hold in powder. Hold of the master gunner It is on last crossbeam of the hold in breads, most behind that one established the wall (sums of the wall go up on the leases of the 1 bridge) of the hold of the master gunner. This small hold includes only space orspace including and the incline of the enters taking them up of the back of the hold to breads stern. the height is up to the planking of the bridge; the gallery comes back into the hold. The wrong bridge Of the pit in cables up to the big capstant here is no planking on wrong leases, one established a rod the long and in themiddle of the top of every crossbeam, this rodhas as thickness: 14cm And a breadth of: 35cm The wrong leases of the wrong bridge Leases put down from side to side in the bottom by hold to strengthen the structure of the ship from an edge to the other one and to act as support to afloor or to a wrong bridge. Leases are formed of two rooms, they have one camber equates in the crossbeam of the 1 bridge. Their ends at the rear ofaronde if emboite on shelf beam space. The wrong leases to the number of 9,leave the pit to the cable up to the floorof the master manservant they have breadth: 40.65cm And of thickness: 37.94cm Distance one of other one is of: 260 is 292 cm Height between wrong leases underside of leases These wrong leases were united by planking meadows of the wall Height of wrong leases under leases 1 bridge: 162.40cm The curves of wrong leases A small cut is practiced in all its length toset its side there slightly They are put horizontally if at all possible. the pillar of hold and of enter bridge She supports leases her last still have advantage to act as ladder to go downby every hatch. Other bridges are also supported by pillar, they are established at right angles on coaming and are mostly fixed on the leases which they support by hinges or verses (they can suspendres under leases) it isplayed towards big capstan and bollards. Pillar has a squaring equate in the thickness of their bridge.
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