Eamonn O’Keeffe has suggested that the watercolours of the naval fleets were drawn first then the music added afterwards due to awkward layout of the music.

Buttrey Manuscript Page 38

British ships above the French ships as the lay during the Battle of St. Kitts.

#978  “The Sark”
# 979  “Nacey Novneen”

Buttrey Pg 38 Start of Music & Ships St. Kitts

“John Toz Thomais Muirheadd” (?)

“time the Ingagement First began on our Coming to A Ancor With Boath Lines of Battle – the Ships Names and Rates for the Firs Day and Twise the Next – Names and Rates for 22 and 16 frigates.

NB turn over for the rest of the fleats”

Buttrey Manuscript Page 39 & 40

#980  “A Hornpipe” 2/2 G
#981  “A Hornpipe” 2/2 G
#982  “LeCaie”
#983  “Mrs MacLoyd” 2/2 G
#984  “Nothing So Sweet as Love” 2/2G
#985  “The Cottage on the Moor” 2/4 G
#986  “My Husband’s Got No Courage in Him” 6/8 G

Buttrey Pg 39-40 Music with Ships

 “Turn over for the Rest of the french fleet”

Buttrey Manuscript Page 41 & 42

More French Ships with Listing of British & French Ships

# 987  “Quick Step Smash the Windows”
# 988  “Turkish March”
# 989  “A Slow March”
#990  “Paddey OCarey”
# 991  “The Bonnet So Blew”

Buttrey Pg 41-42 Music & List of Ships

Click for closer look at ships

   the Names & Ns of guns of Each Ship in boathe fleets —
       Names French fleet       (No of Guns           Names        (No of Guns
Le Ardent 64 Le Agust 74
Le Cesar 74 Le Zele 74
Le Duke DouBurgoine 84 Le Jason 74
Le Scefter 74 Le Evirille 74
Le Biflechie 74 Le Borgoine 74
Le Destear 74 Le Seepion 74
Le Villedparris 110 Le Palmier 74
Le Northumberland 78 Le Neptune 74
Le Pluton 74 Le Glorieux 74
Le Calow 64 Le Leangudoe 84
Le Deadem 74 Le Judieux 74
Le Esprit 84 Le Experement 50
Le Conguerant 74 Le Hercule 74
Le Magnamine 74 NB this Next is the form that We engadged on as We Lay at Ancour on the 26  theair 32 Sail to our 22
Le Souverign
Names of the English line Guns Names Guns
St Albines 64 Barflouer 90
A Laide 74 Belligueux 64
Intrippid 64 Contauron 74
Torbay 74 Alfred 74
Princefsa 70 Rufsell 74
Prince Gorge 90 Reselution 74
Aex 74 Bedford 74
Prince William 64 Prudent 64
Shrewsberrey 74 Montigue 74
Invincuble 74 A Merican 64
Monarch 74 Canda 74

Buttrey Manuscript Page 43 & 44

#992  “Lady Caroline Lee’s Waltze’s”
# 993  “Circus Dance”
# 994 “In the Dead of the Night”
# 995  “Ladey Lusea Mannes Walk”

Buttrey Manuscript - Music and Ships Lined Up at the Battle of St. Kitts

Hear I have Drawn the Form that boath fleets Whear in the time that the french fleet Ingagded the English as they Lay at Ancour in bafstar Rodes in St Kits in the West Indeas on the 26 of Junearey – 1782 –-  theair 32 Sail  S.S. the Barflour Comanded by Sir Saml Hood  No2 the princesfsa Comanded by Sir gorg Drake

NB turn over for the Rest of the fleet & leb___?

Buttrey Manuscript Page 45 & 46

# 996  “The Gally Slave”
# 997  “The Garland of Love”
# 998  “The Self”

Buttrey Pg 45-46 Music & Ships.jpg

No3 the Bedford Comanded by Commodour Aflick

No4 the Le Villedparis Comanded by C.. Don Grags

NB  turn over for the Rest of the fleet

Buttrey Manuscript Page 47 & 48

# 999  “Lord Moiros Return to Scotland”
# 1000  “A Peal on 8 Bells”

Buttrey Manuscript Page 47 & 48 British & French ships lined up at the Battle of St. Kitts

Buttrey Manuscript Page 49

End of Ships; First Page Battle of St. Kitts Text

# 1001″The Legacy”
# 1002  “The Isle of France”
# 1003  “Ye Sons of England”

Buttrey Pg 49-50 St. Kitts Jan 26 text

Buttrey Manuscript Page 51 & 52

Brimstone Hill & Troops in Frigate Bay, St. Kitts, 1782

Buttrey Pg 51 & 52 Frigate Bay

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