England and Wales. -- 17th century. : The state of the navy : consider'd in relation to the victualling, particularly in the straits, and the West Indies : with some thoughts on the mismanagements of the admiralty for several years past, and a proposal to prevent the like for the future : humbly offer'd to the honourable House of Commons, by an English sailor.
England and Wales. -- 17th century -- Regulations. : Instructions and rules : to be duly observed by each and every master-gunner entertained upon any ship, friggot, or vessel of war, which either now, or hereafter shall be in the service of his Majesty / by order of his Royal Highness, James, Duke of York and Albany, Earl of Ulster, Lord High Admiral of England and Ireland, &c.
England and Wales. -- 17th century -- Sailors' handbooks. : James, Duke of York and Albany, Earl of Ulster, Lord High Admiral of England, Scotland, & Ireland, Constable of Dover-castle, Lord Warden of the Cinque ports, and governor of Portsmouth, &c. : Instructions for the better ordering his Majesties fleet in sayling .
England and Wales. -- Biography. : The history and life of Robert Blake : Esq; of Bridgewater, general and admiral of the fleets and naval forces of England. Containing a full account of his glorious atchievements by sea and land, more especially by Sea; where he obtained many surprizing Victories over Dutch, French, Spaniards, and others, Turks as well as Christians. To which is added, a sketch of a comparison between the two great action against the Spaniards at Sancta Cruz and Porto Bello. Written by a gentleman bred in his family.
England and Wales. -- Boats -- Early works to 1800. : Gloria Britannica; or, the boast of the Brittish seas : Containing a true and full account of the Royal Navy of England, shewing where each ship was built, by whom, and when; its length, breadth, depth, draught of water, tuns, the number of men and guns, both in peace and war, at home and abroad. Together, with every man's pay, from a captain to a cabin-boy; truly calculated and cast up, for a day, a week, a month, and a kalendar year, or 13 months and 1 day. Carefully collected and digested by a true lover of the seamen, and of long experience in the practices of the Navy and Admiralty. Licensed, April the 9th. 1689.
England and Wales. -- Finance. : An ordinance of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament, for continuance of the subsidy of tonnage and poundage, together with the book of rates in full force and power from the 25 of March 1645, untill the 26 of March 1647.
England and Wales. -- Gunners -- 17th century -- Handbooks, manuals, etc. : Instructions and rules : to be duly observed by each and every master-gunner entertained upon any ship, friggot, or vessel of war, which either now, or hereafter shall be in the service of his Majesty / by order of his Royal Highness, James, Duke of York and Albany, Earl of Ulster, Lord High Admiral of England and Ireland, &c.
England and Wales. -- Management -- Early works to 1800. : An act for constituting commissioners : for ordering and magnaging the affairs of the Admiralty and Navy. Tuesday the 14th of December, 1652. Ordered by the Parliament, that this Act be forthwith printed and published. Hen: Scobell, Cleric. Parliamenti.
England and Wales. -- Recruitment, enlistment, etc. : Tack about; or, A new model of a marine establishment, for raising seamen for the continual service of Her Majesty's fleet. : Being a plain, easy, and practicable method to raise seamen upon any juncture sufficient speedily to man a very considerable fleet, and defend our trade: without the excessive charges of impress-money, impress-lieutenants, patches, or bounty-money. Most humbly recommended to Her Most Sacred Majesty, and the present Parliament of England. To which is added upon the same ground of establishment, a probable method to supply continual convoys to support our New-Castle trade, without the charges of wages to maintain, or raise such convoy-seamen to the Government. And keep coals at a moderate price.