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In the Century, the Royal Navy Dress Code required officers to wear "knee-breeches" while the lower ratings such as the common sailor wore slops or petticoat breeches.

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The Making of a Midshipman: Cutaway Tailcoat

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Philip James de Loutherbourg. Portrait study of a sailor, Robert Williams; to front, head and shoulders, wearing long hair, a red scarf around his neck and a jacket Watercolour, over graphite. 1740-1812. British Museum.

Portrait study of a sailor, Robert Williams, British Museum. This fantastic portrait study of a sailor is a great way to compa.

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