H.M.S.


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H.M.S.

or

HMS

abbreviation for
1. (Government, Politics & Diplomacy) His (or Her) Majesty's Service
2. (Nautical Terms) His (or Her) Majesty's Ship
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Frigate Chesapeake was killed on June 1, 1813, as his ship was captured by H.
The room was most dear to her, and she would not have changed its furniture for the handsomest in the house, though what had been originally plain had suffered all the ill-usage of children; and its greatest elegancies and ornaments were a faded footstool of Julia's work, too ill done for the drawing-room, three transparencies, made in a rage for transparencies, for the three lower panes of one window, where Tintern Abbey held its station between a cave in Italy and a moonlight lake in Cumberland, a collection of family profiles, thought unworthy of being anywhere else, over the mantelpiece, and by their side, and pinned against the wall, a small sketch of a ship sent four years ago from the Mediterranean by William, with H.
Director Laura Hemenway describes the musical - which takes place aboard the British naval ship H.
Certain dispositions were therefore ordered, and, as a result, H.
on May 27 the Bismarck was attacked with torpedoes by H.