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A short account of the naval actions of the last war; in order to prove that the French nation never gave such slender proofs of maritime greatness as during that period; with observations on the discipline, and hints for the improvement, of the British navy. By an officer.

London: Printed for J. Murray,
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A short account of the naval actions of the last war; in order to prove that the French nation never gave such slender proofs of maritime greatness as during that period; with observations on the discipline, and hints for the improvement, of the British navy. By an officer. Library Average
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