A Contribution to the Bibliography of the History of the United States Navy

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Priv. print. at the Riverside Press, 1906 - Naval art and science - 247 pages
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Page 4 - The Naval Monument, containing Official and Other Accounts of All the Battles fought between the Navies of the United States and Great Britain during the late War; and an Account of the War with Algiers, to which is annexed a Naval Register of the United States.
Page 43 - An act recognizing the existence of war between the United States and the Confederate States and concerning letters of marque, prizes, and prize goods," a copy of which is herein annexed, will be kept constantly in your view.
Page 18 - DAVIS, PARIS M. An authentic History of the late War between the United States and Great Britain, with a full account of every battle by sea and land ; the mafsacre at the River Raisin ; the destruction of the City of Washington ; the treaty of peace in 1815.
Page 5 - THE BOOK OF THE NAVY; Comprising a general History of the American Marine, and particular Accounts of all the most celebrated Naval Battles, from the Declaration of Independence to the present time, compiled from the best authorities. By JOHN FROST, LL.
Page 32 - A Collection of Sundry Publications and Other Documents, in Relation to the Attack made during the Late War upon the Private armed Brig, General Armstrong...
Page 178 - An act to reorganize and increase the efficiency of the personnel of the Navy and Marine Corps of the United States...
Page 189 - Extracts from the Journals of Congress relative to the Capture and Condemnation of Prizes, and the fitting out Privateers, together with the Rules and Regulations of the Navy, and Instructions to the Commanders of Private Ships of War.
Page 9 - A Detail of some Particular Services performed in America during the years 1776, 1777, 1778 and 1779. Compiled from Journals and Original Papers. Supposed to be Chiefly Taken from the Journal kept on board of the Ship Rainbow, commanded by Sir George Collier...
Page 9 - THE SIEGE OF PENOBSCOT BY the Rebels ; Containing a journal of the Proceedings of His Majesty's Forces detached from the 74th and...
Page 12 - Harper (Robert Goodloe) OBSERVATIONS ON THE DISPUTE BETWEEN THE UNITED STATES AND FRANCE, addressed by ROBERT GOODLOE HARPER, Esq., one of the Representatives in Congress for the STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA. To his Constituents, in May, 1797.

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