Reference numberMS/929/1/2
TitleLetter from David Wilson Barker, HMS Worcester, to James Mackenzie Davidson
Date13 February 1913
DescriptionWrites that he has been invited to attend an examination by the Board of Trade of young men fit for the sea at the College of Science. Comments that he is unconvinced their methods of determination will be superior to those employed on board the Worcester [the Worcester was a nautical training station during the war].
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