THE FAMILY OF THE PAINTER Melissent, from Le Havre has recently found, in her papers, the enclosed drawing which we find intriguing.
ss Connector, an articulated ship invented in England to avoid sinkings and to navigate rebounding the form of the swell. She is composed of four elements attached between them by enormous hinges. She was built in Blackwall around 1868. The inventor planned that each section may be separated to facilitate handling operations in the ports.
As of now, we have not been able to find a book or magazine which makes reference to her. We are looking for any information on her.
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