The naval history of Great Britain: from the declaration of war by France in February 1793, to the accession of George IV in January 1820 ; with an account of the origin and progressive increase of the British Navy ; illustrated, from the commencement of the year 1793, by a series of tabular abstracts, contained in a separate quarto volume, Volume 4
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