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Fort Burgoyne                                                                                                  Dover Defences






         Sources                                               Other References used
         The National Archives at Kew                          Handbooks for the 7-inch R.B.L. and 6.3inch R.M.L. and 8-inch
         The Report of the Commissioners appointed to consider the  R.M.L. Howitzers. guns.
         defences of the United Kingdom together with the minutes of  Permanent Fortification For English Engineers. Lewis 1898
         evidence, appendices and correspondence relating to the site of an  Observations Relating to the Works in Progress and Proposed for
         internal arsenal.22.08.59 & various appendixes.       the Defence of the Naval Ports, Arsenals and Dockyards. Major
         Report of the Committee Appointed to Enquire into the  Jervois R.E. Assistant Inspector General of Fortifications. 1860
         Construction, Condition and Cost of Fortifications erected in 30,  Fort Burgoyne Parts 1 & 2 David Burridge published in The Redan,
         31 Victoria Statutes Together with Minutes of Evidence - 1869.  Journal of The Palmerston Forts Society. Numbers 21 and 22
         fences of Portsmouth December 1857. Jervois.          February and June 1991.
         Progress Made in the Construction of the Fortifications for the  The Late Victorian Army 1868-1902 Edward M. Spiers
         Defence of the Dockyards & Naval Arsenals of The United  Various editions of Navy and Army Illustrated 1896-1899
         Kingdom February 1874 William F. Drummond Jervois     All drawings and photographs (C) David Moore and John Guy
         Précis of correspondence relating to the Defences of Dover, prior  except where stated.
         to 1893.
         Lecture to the R.U.S.I. On the Arrangement of Expense Magazines,  Author’s websites
         Shell Rooms, Small Stores and Side Arm Sheds for the Batteries of  www.victorianforts.co.uk
         Heavy Rifled Guns.1869                                www.fortgilkicker.co.uk
         Notes on Land and Coast Fortifications by Major Kenyon 1894  Land Trust website
         Burgoyne : Memorandum on Defences for Great Britain, Nov.  www.thelandtrust.org.uk/space/fort-burgoyne/
         1856.
         Jervois : Memorandum Relative to the Protection of Dockyards and
         Most Important Harbours of England; also on the Defence of the
         Country against Invasion, October 29th, 1858.
         Memorandum of the Probable Influence of the New Rifled Cannon
         22/2/1859.
         Second Report on the Probable Influence of the New Rifled Cannon
         7/4/1859.
         Report with Reference to the Progress made in the Construction of
         the Fortifications for the defence of the Dockyards & Naval
         Arsenals, &c., of the United Kingdom, 2/11/1866. Jervois
         Various armament reports in CAB_18_19 including 1876. 1893.
         1895. 1898.1899.1900.1905 1913-1917.
         Plans                Preview
         National Archives
         WORK 43/459 to 471 Castle Hill Fort 1864
         WORK 43/466 Castle Hill Fort 1865
         WORK 43/1599 Fort Burgoyne 1933
         WO78 4749 Fort Burgoyne Casemated Barracks 1878
         WO78 2426/15 Fort Burgoyne Ground Plan 1897


                                                               Above:
                                                               Burgoyne
                                                               western
                                                               outworks
                                                               (Clive Holden)


                                                               Left: 24pr
                                                               Carronade
                                                               (Royal Armouries
                                                               collection at Fort
                                                               Nelson)


                                                               Right: Burgoyne
                                                               western
                                                               outworks
                                                               (Clive Holden)





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