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    Re: Basque Country XIX century
    From: Hewitt Schlereth
    Date: 2010 Mar 13, 14:03 -0400

    Andres -
    Have you read any Patrick O'Brian's other than Master and Commander?
    There are twenty-one in the series and as you go on with them they get
    better. (IMHO).
    On 3/13/10, George Huxtable  wrote:
    > Thanks to Andres for summarising who was fighting who in the Carlist wars in
    >  Spain.
    >  If he hasn't read any of C S Forester's "Hornblower" novels, then he has a
    >  treat in store. They are far better than the ones he quoted. They should
    >  always be read with a good Atlas available.
    >  George.
    >  contact George Huxtable, at  george@hux.me.uk
    >  or at +44 1865 820222 (from UK, 01865 820222)
    >  or at 1 Sandy Lane, Southmoor, Abingdon, Oxon OX13 5HX, UK.
    > ----- Original Message -----
    >  From: "Andres Ruiz" 
    >  To: 
    >  Sent: Saturday, March 13, 2010 1:59 PM
    >  Subject: [NavList] Re: Basque Country XIX century
    >  In the Carlists wars the Basque country cities: Bilbao, Pamplona and San
    >  Sebastian were liberals throughout the conflict.
    >  and the country side, anchored in the past, were absolutims. British and
    >  French were with the liberals and most important ports served for their war
    >  ships.
    >  In line with the historical accounts, I am interested in authors of novels
    >  about the sea in past ages.
    >  I have read books by Patrick O'Brian (Aubrey & Maturin, Master & Commander)
    >  and Alexander Kent (Richard Bolitho). Any review to other novels will be
    >  welcomed.
    >  Regards,
    >  --
    >  Andr�s Ruiz
    >  Navigational Algorithms
    >  https://sites.google.com/site/navigationalalgorithms/

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