The royal navy-men's advocate: wherein, from a collection of several original and authentic tracts, are fully set forth the corrupt practices of victualling the Royal Navy : to which is prefix'd, an account of the author's character and conduct, and subjoined, some proposals for a better future conduct : dedicated to William Beckford, Esq
A. and C. Corbett, J. Scot, and C. Henderson, 1757 - 59 pages
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