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Steel's original and correct list of the Royal Navy, hired armed-vessels, gun-boats, revenue and excise cutters, and packets, with their commanders and stations. To which are Added the Following Lists, &c. Establishment of Rates and Men Page 2 Appointment of Officers - 2 Pursers Superrannuation - 2 Establishment of Ships in Ordinary 2 Contractions explained 2 Advance of Pay to Officers - 2 Widows Annual Pensions 2 Navy-Agents ---- 2 Navy-List, with the Puriers 3 to 14 Gun and Fire Vessels --- 15 Hired Armed Vessels, Cutt. & Lug. 16 Revenue and Excise Cutt. 16 Naval Fencibles --- 16 Statement of the British Nav.Force 17 Total of all Captures - 17 Advertisements to Correspondents 17 Admirals ---- 18 Admirals & their Secretaries Pay Page 19 Admirals Stations and Secretaries 19 Admirals Pensions --- 19 Superannuated Admirals 19 Post-Captains --- 20 Captains Pay, Half-Pay, Superannuation, and Pensions 21 Commanders --- 22 Retired Lieutenants 23 Lieutenants 23 to 28 Lieuts. Pay, Half-Pay, and Pensions 29 Masters ---- 29 Masters Pay, Half-Pay, Superannuations, and Pensions 30 Physicians and Surgeons - Page 31 Surgeons Pay, Half-Pay, & Bounty 32 Packets ---- 33 Marine Forces 34 to 36 Signal Towers --- 36 French Ships taken, &c. - 37 Dutch Ships taken, &c. - 42 Spanish Ships taken, &c. - 43 British Ships lost, taken, &c. - 45 Prize and Head-Money payable - 46 Command who have lost their Lives 47 Impress Service --- 48 Agent Victuallers --- 48 Governors of Royal Hospitals - 48 Master Builders at the different Yards 48 Admiralty, Navy, and other Public Offices --- 48 to 49 Corrected to October, 1799, And to be continued Monthly. Price Sixpence.
- Great Britain. Royal Navy.
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London : printed for D. Steel, at his Navigation-Warehouse, No. 1, Union-Row, the lower-end of the Minories, Little Tower-Hil [sic] Sold by the following booksellers, viz. Mr. Fourdrinier, 20, Charing-Cross. Mr. St. John, Strand, Mr. Tindal, 112. Great Portland-Str. Messrs. Hodgsons, Wimpole-Str. Mr. Debrett, Picadilly, Mr Chapple, Pall-Mall, Mr Westley, 159, Strand, Mr. Jordan, Fleet-Str. the Booksellers in Pater-Noster-Row, Mr. Heskett, Royal-Exchange, Mr. Donaldson, Mr. Whitewood Mr. Matthews, Mr. Mills, Mr. Woodward, Mr. Guest, & Mr. Mottley, Portsmouth; Mr. Congdon and Mr. Hoxland, Plymouth Dock, Mr. Richards, Plymouth, Mr. Moore, Poole; Mrs. Doherty Falmouth Mr. Jackson, Dartmouth, Mr. Wood, Weymouth, Mr. Potter. Printer, Haverfordwest[.] Mrs. Thorn, Dorchester, Mr. W.Harding and Mr. Watts, Golport, Mr. W.Browne on the Tolzey, Bristol, ... and the other booksellers in town and country. Printed by H.D. Steel, No. 51, Lothbury, London, 
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