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Admiralty House

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The Admiralty House is an Admiralty House on the islet Skeppsholmen in central Stockholm, Sweden.

  • also known as Admiralty House, Stockholm
  • part of Stockholm

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Google previewThe Mystery of Easter Island (1998)

by Katherine Routledge

Admiralty House is a charming eighteenth- century English ...

Google previewTo Jamaica and Back (1876)

by Sibbald David Scott

The Admiralty House is a spacious one, with wide passages and plenty of doors and windows, and therefore can be kept cool — very necessary in this nook of land, where the sun always shines with unmitigated power. The windows being ...

Google previewComplete Pocket Gazetteer of England and Wales Or Traveller's Companion... (1807)

by Crosby

The admiralty house is a large structure, in which the business of the higher departments of the navy is transacted, and the lords of the admiralty have booses . The navy, navj pay, and victualling offices, are in Somerset place, a stupendousand ...

Google previewCrosby's Complete Pocket Gazetteer of England and Wales, or Traveller's companion ... With a preface and introduction, by the Rev. J. Malham. [With maps.] (1807)

by Benjamin CROSBY (AND CO.), John MALHAM

The admiralty house is a large structure, in which the business of the higher departments of the navy is transacted, and the lords of the admiralty have houses .

Google previewCrosby's Complete Pocket Gazetteer of England and Wales (1815)

The admiralty house is a large structure, in which business of the higher departments of the navy is transacted, and the lords of the admiralty have houses . The navy, navy-pay, and victualling offices, are in Somerset Place, a stupendous and ...

Google previewCrosby's Complete Pocket Gazetteer of England and Wales, Or Traveller's Companion ... (1815)

by Thomas Hartwell Horne

The admiralty house is a large structure, in which business of the higher departments of the navy is transacted, and the lords of the admiralty have houses . The navy, navy. pay, and victualling offices, are in Sonerset Place, a stupendous and ...

Google previewA New, Royal, and Authentic System of Universal Geography, Antient and Modern (1800)

Including All the Late Important Discoveries ... and a Genuine History and Description of the Whole World ... Together with a Complete History of Every Empire, Kingdom, and State ... to which is Added a Complete Guide to Geography, Astronomy, the Use of the Globes, Maps ... by Thomas Bankes, Edward Warren Blake, Alexander Cook, Thomas Lloyd

The admiralty house is an old building, having been formerly a nunnery.

Google previewCHAMBERS'S ENCYCLOPAEDIA: A DICTIONARY OF UNIVERSAL KNOWLEDGE FOR THE PEOPLE. IN TEN VOLUMES. VOL. II. (1872)

The Admiralty House at Whitehall being too small for the business required to be done, many rooms in Somerset House are also appropriated by the Board ; an arrangement that leads to much waste of time. The offices of the surveyor of the ...

Google previewHistorical Dictionary of Canada (2010)

by Barry M. Gough

Admiralty House, now a base museum, was the admiral on station's house. Dockyards, repair shops, stores, and construction yards grew with the base, and many ancillary industries developed in consequence. Boasting a large harbor, ...

Google previewChamber's Encyclopaedia (1870)

A Dictionary of Universal Knowledge for the People

The Admiralty House at Whitehall being too small for the business required to be done, many rooms in Somerset House are also appropriated by the Board; an arrangement that leads to much waste of time. The offices of the surveyor of the ...

Google previewThe new international encyclopaedia (1905)

by Daniel Coit Gilman, Frank Moore Colby, Harry Thurston Peck

The principal edifices are the Dominion Building, containing the post-office, customs department, and a museum, the Provincial Parliament building, Government House, military hospital, admiralty house, lunatic and blind asylums, provincial ...

Google previewThe Edinburgh Encyclopaedia (1832)

The other principal buildings, are the Convent, or governor's quarters; the lieutenant-governor's house, a modern structure;” the admiralty house, or naval provision store-house,t formerly a monastery of white friars; the soldiers' barracks, ...

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