3 edition of Britannia triumphans; or An effectual method wholly to destroy the power of France found in the catalog.
Britannia triumphans; or An effectual method wholly to destroy the power of France
St. Lo, George
|Other titles||Britannia triumphans, Effectual method wholly to destroy the power of France, England"s safety, &c, Proposal made by Capt. Seorge St. Lo. for the raising twenty thousand seamen qualified, Bridle to the French King|
|Genre||Early works to 1800|
|Series||Early English books, 1641-1700 -- 2041:28|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, 15-54,  p|
|Number of Pages||54|
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Britannia triumphans; or An effectual method wholly to destroy the power of France by encouraging navigation in all its branches. Whereby their Majesties fleet may be sufficiently mann'd in a months time, on any occasion, without impressing; and by making a competent provision for such as shall be wounded in the service of Their Majesties.
Britannia triumphans; or An effectual method wholly to destroy the power of France: by encouraging navigation in all its branches. Whereby their Majesties fleet may be sufficiently mann'd in a months time, on any occasion, without impressing; and by.
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