Great Britain. -- Officers -- Early works to 1800. : Sailor's companion and merchantsman's convoy : shewing the military power of the Lord High-Admiral and the duty and conduct of all superior and inferior officers of the Royal Navy of Great Britain : also, the duty of privateers, with instructions relating to captures, and for obtaining speedy condemnation of prizes, and payment of bounty money, pursuant to the statutes in force : together with abstracts of several Acts of Parliament relating to navigation ... / by J. Cowley.
Great Britain. -- Officials and employees -- Early works to 1800. : His Majesty's royal bounty : Or, A scheme for keeping in His Majesty's service such a number of seamen, that, upon the breaking out of a war, or when required for any particular service, upon three months notice, 24000 able seamen (exclusive of officers) may be ready to embark on board such of His Majesty's ships as shall be required.
Great Britain. -- Pay, allowance, etc. -- Early works to 1800. : A fair statement of the real grievances experienced by the officers and sailors in the Navy : of Great Britain; with a plan of reform, Which is calculated to benefit and satisfy all those Parties: at the same Time it would Occasion a considerable Saving to the Country, and obviate the Necessity of the Impress Services in future- in a letter to the Right Honourable Henry Dundas, Treasurer Of The Navy, &c. &c. &c. &c. By a naval officer.
Great Britain. -- Personnel management -- Early works to 1800. : The old and true way of manning the fleet : or how to retrieve the glory of the English arms by sea, as it is done by land; and to have seamen always in readiness, without pressing. In a letter from an Old Parliament Sea Commander, to a Member of the present House of Commons, desiring his Advice on that Subject. .