Steel’s Original and Correct List of the Royal Navy, Improved: To which are added Their Stations, And a List of the Ships lost or destroyed since the Commencement of the War, with their Commanders. Likewise A List of the Enemies Ships taken or destroyed since the Commencement of the War. With Lists of the Lords of the Admiralty, Commissioners of the Navy and Victualling, and of the other Offices in the naval Department, and the Navy-Agents

By: Steel, D.

Price: $85.00

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Book Condition: Fair


Sewn, marbled wraps, 13 by 14.2 cm, 31 [1] pp. Front cover detached, rear cover just hanging on; rubbing to the covers and wear to the edges and corners. Published during the last year of the War of Independence, this slim volume includes a current list of British ships, with the names of the ship and captain, port, and date built. Also includes lists of captured, lost and destroyed ships—English, American, French, Spanish, and Dutch—with brief details, “Terrible, Hon. W.C. Finch / Burnt off the Chesapeak.”

Title: Steel’s Original and Correct List of the Royal Navy, Improved: To which are added Their Stations, And a List of the Ships lost or destroyed since the Commencement of the War, with their Commanders. Likewise A List of the Enemies Ships taken or destroyed since the Commencement of the War. With Lists of the Lords of the Admiralty, Commissioners of the Navy and Victualling, and of the other Offices in the naval Department, and the Navy-Agents

Author Name: Steel, D.

Categories: Boating, Ships, Military History, Transportation,

Publisher: London, Printed for D. Steel, No. 1, Union-Row, the Lower-End of the Minories, Little Tower Hall: “Corrected to July 31, 1783, And to be continued m

Binding: Sewn, marbled wraps

Book Condition: Fair

Seller ID: 2771