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Hamilton that two persons should be sent with it to teach the use of it for at least one year at the expense of £250 for each: To this must be added the freight expenses. The engine would be made in three months. The Mr. Bailey mentioned in Mr. Renmil’s letter is a renegade Englishman, with a suffice knowledge of mathematics and mechanics to pass for a good mechanical engineer among the Turks: he is very much in confidence. Mr. Hamilton Unfortunately, the results of the correspondence and later developments to this end are unknown.
However, some of these disadvantages were unknown to them initially. The Ottomans learned about these as a result of prolonged naval experiences. 135 There is considerable evidence indicating the existence and application of this technology in ships built specifically in the reign of Sultan Selim III. There were at least 40 ships that were sheathed with copper between the years 1789 and 1802, mostly galleons, frigates and corvettes. This figure must have been higher considering the imperial edict issued in 1795–96.
148 The raw copper was sent from these regions to storage facilities at the Imperial Naval Arsenal in Istanbul via land or sea routes. If the sea route was to be used, raw copper was first processed (tabh ve tesviye) in Tokat,149 before being transferred to the Samsun wharf via carriages provided from the province of Canik and its surrounding villages, such as Kavak and Ezine Pazari, and then ships departed with copper bound for Istanbul. If the land 36 INNOVATION AND EMPIRE IN TURKEY route was to be chosen, copper was sent to the Iznikmid port (today’s Izmit) before being processed in Tokat and then transported to the Imperial Naval Arsenal in Istanbul on ships.