Royal Navy

Royal Navy (Total Items 26, Showing: 1 -> 8)

A briefe note of the benefits that grow to this Realm by the observation of Fish-Dayes.
ERSWICKE, Iohn, A briefe note of the benefits that grow to this Realm by the observation of Fish-Dayes. London printed for Tho. Bankes. 1642, First edition.
ID No: 27279
1250.00
A letter addressed to Sir John Barrow, Bart. on the system of war and peace complements in Her Majesty's ships.
BERKELEY, Maurice Frederick Fitzhardinge,, A letter addressed to Sir John Barrow, Bart. on the system of war and peace complements in Her Majesty's ships. London: J. Ridgway, 1839, First edition.
ID No: 18003
85.00
A letter to a Member of Parliament in the country, from his friend in London, relative to the case of Admiral Byng:
LETTER,, A letter to a Member of Parliament in the country, from his friend in London, relative to the case of Admiral Byng: London: J. Cooke, 1756, First edition.
ID No: 16413
100.00
A plan  for a practicable, easy, and constitutional method, of manning the Royal Navy,
TOMLINSON, Lieutenant, A plan for a practicable, easy, and constitutional method, of manning the Royal Navy, London, printed, only, for the author, by J.W. Pasham, Black Friars. [1774], Only edition.
ID No: 28446
475.00
A reply to some strictures in the Quarterly Review, (No. XIX) on Indian-built ships;
PERING, Richard, A reply to some strictures in the Quarterly Review, (No. XIX) on Indian-built ships; Plymouth-Dock: printed and published by Congdon and Hearle. 1814, First edition.
ID No: 27769
375.00
An estimate of the expence of such parts of the plan of fortifications,
PORTSMOUTH & PLYMOUTH,, An estimate of the expence of such parts of the plan of fortifications, [London], 1786, First edition: issued as a Parliamentary paper.
ID No: 28055
475.00
An inquiry into the means which have been taken to preserve the British Navy,
KNOWLES, John, An inquiry into the means which have been taken to preserve the British Navy, London: printed and sold by Winchester and Varnham. 1821, First edition.
ID No: 26452
375.00
Authentic and complete trial of Lieut. Gen. Whitelocke, late commander of the attack on Buenos Ayres;
TRIAL: Lieut. Gen. John WHITELOCKE,, Authentic and complete trial of Lieut. Gen. Whitelocke, late commander of the attack on Buenos Ayres; London: Jones and Bumford; T. and R. Hughes; Mills and Son; Blacklock; Dale; Cole and Allen; and Meggy and Chalk, Chelmsford. n.d. [1808]
ID No: 20026
275.00