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1836, Alexander Slidell Mackenzie, ''The American in England'' (page 269)
- Intrenched within the citadel of our apartment, and cheered by the comfortings of a coal fire, we passed the day in letter-writing, conversation, or gazing from the sheltered security of our windows upon the agitated sea(..)
An armoured portion of a warship, housing important equipment.
2000, Lincoln P. Paine, ''Warships of the World to 1900''
- Twenty-two of these — eleven per broadside — were on the main deck within a central citadel, essentially an armor-protected box in the middle of the ship. Also within the citadel were four 110-pdr. breech-loaders.