A General Treatise of Naval Trade and Commerce, as Founded on the Laws and Statutes of this Realm: In which Those Relating to His Majesty's Customs, Merchants, Masters of Ships, Mariners, Letters of Marque, Privateers, Prizes, Convoys, Cruizers, &c. are Particularly Considered and Treated with Due Care, Under All the Necessary Heads, from the Earliest Time Down to the Present ... : in Two Volumes, Volume 2
Henry Lintot, 1753 - Great Britain
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