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The Atlantic Monthly, volume 05, No. 29, March, 1860

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This is a consideration whichmust, it is believed, sooner or later govern in naval construction;although France and England, long accustomed to measure the power ofships by the number of gun-decks, may be more slow in following our leadin this respect than in imitating the increased calibre of our ordnance.
The new classes of steamers preparing for sea, of which the Hartford andIroquois are types, promise to be most efficient ships, and to reflectmuch credit upon our naval authorities for their
... bold, yet judiciousdeparture from traditions which had long hampered the administration ofthis important branch of the public service. Although the reflection isseldom made, it is nevertheless true, that much of the reputationenjoyed and of the influence exercised by the United States is due tothe efficiency of her navy; and if these are to remain undiminished, then it is of the utmost consequence that the national ships shouldalways represent the highest advancement of nautico-military science.

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