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John Entick

A new naval history: or, compleat view of the British marine. In which the Royal Navy and the merchant’s service are traced through all their periods and different branches: with The Lives of the Admirals and Navigators, who have Honour’d this Nation, and Distinguish’d Themselves by their Conduct, Courage, Victories, and Discoveries. including The most considerable Naval Expeditions, and Sea-Fights: our right to The Dominion of the Sea, and the Dignity of the British Flag: the Laws and Regulations for The Government and Oeconomy of His Majesty’s Navy; and The Business and Management of the several Royal Yards and Docks in this Kingdom. to which are added Our Right and Title to the British Colonies in North-America: and An Abstract of the Laws now in Force for regulating our Trade and Commerce. Illustrated with copper plates. By John Entick, M.A.

London: Printed for R. Manby, near Ludgate-Hill; W. Reeve, near Serjeant’s Inn, in Fleetstreet; W. Bizet, in St. Clement’s Church-Yard; P. Davey and B. Law, in Ave-Mary-Lane; and J. Scott, in Pater-Noster-Row , 1757.
A new naval history: or, compleat view of the British marine. In which the Royal Navy and the merchant’s service are traced through all their periods and different branches: with The Lives of the Admirals and Navigators, who have Honour’d this Nation, and Distinguish’d Themselves by their Conduct, Courage, Victories, and Discoveries. including The most considerable Naval Expeditions, and Sea-Fights: our right to The Dominion of the Sea, and the Dignity of the British Flag: the Laws and Regulations for The Government and Oeconomy of His Majesty’s Navy; and The Business and Management of the several Royal Yards and Docks in this Kingdom. to which are added Our Right and Title to the British Colonies in North-America: and An Abstract of the Laws now in Force for regulating our Trade and Commerce. Illustrated with copper plates. By John Entick, M.A. Library Average
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