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Q&A Review of Medical Microbiology by A.E. Jones, 9781443862140: Books - This book is also available as an eBook at Google Play, iTunes, Kobo, Barnes and Nobles, Nook and Apple Books for iPhones and iPads. References External links The Lippincott Online Resource Center The Lippincott Online Educational Laboratory Category:Education companies of the United States Category:Publishing companies established in 1823 Category:1823 establishments in the United StatesHMS Inconstant (1806) HMS Inconstant was a 16-gun post ship of the Royal Navy, launched at Greenwich in 1806 and sold in 1810. She was outfitted as a troopship and in 1813 captured the French privateer Saint Antoine in the Caribbean Sea. Royal Navy Inconstant was one of 12 post ships (i.e., vessels built to the post ship design of ships of the line built for the Royal Navy during the Napoleonic Wars, but not given names or being individual vessels) built in 1806 at Deptford Dockyard for the British East India Company (EIC). She was one of four of the twelve EIC post ships to be built at Deptford Dockyard; the others were the three-deckers, and. Inconstant underwent fitting-out for service as a troopship at Woolwich, where she was fitted with a windlass, for the transport of troops. She was commissioned in August 1810 under Commander Josiah Collier for service with the British East India Company's fleet, which was employed in the British East India Company's service on the Coromandel Coast. Collier was replaced in November 1810 by Commander George Biddle, who would be in command of Inconstant for the next three years. The company sold Inconstant in 1810 to the collector of the British admiralty. Capture Inconstant, then under the command of Commander Biddle, departed Calcutta on 7 August 1813 with the East India Company's troopship and the troopship under her command. The three vessels sailed to Cuddalore. On 26 August, the British squadron of the East Indies fleet captured the French privateer brig Saint Antoine, of Saint Malo. Saint Antoine had been armed with ten long 9-pounder guns, two short





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