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Queen Elizabeth’s Pocket Pistol

Queen Elizabeth’s Pocket Pistol.jpg Nicolaus CopernicusThumbnailsFrom the wreck of the 'Mary Rose'

At Dover there is a culverine, presented to Queen Elizabeth, by the States General of Holland, and called Queen Elizabeth’s Pocket-pistol. It is 24 feet long, diameter of bore 4 1⁄2 inches, weight of shot 12lbs.; it was manufactured in 1544, and is mounted on an ornamented iron carriage made in 1827, at the Royal Carriage Department, Woolwich Arsenal.

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The Project Gutenberg EBook of Class Book for The School of Musketry Hythe, by E. C. Wilford Published 1861
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