"Lost to Sight, to Memory Dear!"
Military Technology, Steamships, Commerce, Politics
Noting the Admiralty's expenditure of 'twelve millions yearly' on the Royal Navy, which has resulted in 'no ships', suggests that 'our men of war' be called 'our invisibles' rather than 'our invincibles'.
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