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SpecificationSurprise in HistorySurprise in The CanonReferencesSurprise was 126 feet (38 metres) long on the gun-deck and 31 feet (9.45 metres) in beam; she was rated at just under 579 tons (589.5 tonnes). She is usually described as a 28-gun ship, but this was a somewhat artificial reckoning to distinguish her from an unrated post ship on the one hand (such vessels might carry up to 26 guns) and from a 32-gun frigate on the other. In fact her main deck was pierced for 24 guns, while the quarter deck carried a further eight to twelve and her forecastle between two and sixBlueberries The Gunroom of HMSSurpriseMost Americans are familiar with cobbler or crisp, which come from a lexicon of classic American desserts featuring baked fruit. The difference between the two is all in the topping - crisp is 'crispier' with butter, brown sugar and sometimes rolled oats; cobbler is often crowned with biscuits.
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PAWL [see also PAUL (Steel)] A short bar of wood or iron, fixed close to the capstan or windlass of a ship, to prevent those engines from rolling back or giving way when they are charged with any great effort. PAY, TO. To rub tar, pitch, &c., on anything with a brush. PAY OFF, TO