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Steel's original and correct list of the Royal Navy hired armed-vessels, gun-boats, &c. packets, excise and revenue cutters, &c. With their commanders and stations. To which are Added the Following Lasts, &c. Admirals --- Page 18 Admirals & their Secretaries Pay 19 Admirals Pensions --- 19 Admirals Stations and Secretaries 19 Admiralty, Navy, and other Public Offices ---- 52 Advertisements to Correspondents 17 Agent Victualiers --- 51 Appointment of Officers 2 British Ships lost, taken, &c. - 44 Captains' Pay & Half-Pay - 21 Commanders --- 21 & 22 Compand who have lop their Lives 47 Comparative Rank of Others - 2 Contractions explained 2 Dutch Ships taken, &c. - 42 Establishment of Rates and Men - 2 Establishment of Ships in Ordinary 2 Excise and Revenue Cutters - 50 French Ships taken, &c. - 37 Governors of Royal Hospitals - 51 Gun and Fire Vessels --- 16 Hired Armed Vessels, Cutt. & Lug. 15 Impress Service --- 51 Lieutenants 23 to 28 Lieuts. Pay. Half-Pay, and Pensions 29 Marine Forces 34 to 36 Master Builders at the different Yards 51 Masiers ---- 29 & 30 Masters Pay, Half-Pay, Superannuations, and Pensions 30 Naval Fencibles --- 17 Navy-Agents ---- 2 Navy-List, with the Pursers 3 to 14 Packets ---- 33 Pentioned Captains --- 19 Phyticians and Surgeons - 31 & 32 Poor Knights of Windsor 47 Post Captains ---- 20 & 21 Prize and Head-Money payable 48 & 49 Pursers Superrannuation - 2 Retired Lieutenants 23 Signal Towers --- 30 Spanish Ships taken, &c. - 43 Statement of the British Nav.Force 17 Superannuated Admirals & Captains 19 Surgeons Pay-Half-Pay, & Bounty 32 Total of all Captures - 17 Widows Annual Pensions 2 Corrected to August, 1800, And to be continued Monthly. Price Sixpence.

  • Great Britain. Royal Navy.
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[1800]
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Lists. 1800-08

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London : printed for D. and E. Steel, at their Navigation-Warehouse, No. 1, Union-Row, Minories. Little Tower Hill. And sold by the following booksellers, viz. Mr. Fourdrinier, 20, Charing-Cross; Mr. St. John, Strand; Mr. Reed, 414, Strand; Mr. Tindal. 112, Gre[a]t Portland-Street; Messrs. Hodgsons, Wimpole-Street; Mr. Debrett, Picadilly; Mr. Chapple,. Pall Mall; Mr. Westley, 150, Strand; Mr. Jordan. Fleet-Street; the booksellers in Pater-Noster-Row; Mr. Heskett. Royal-Exchange; Mr. Donaldson, Mr. Whitewood, Mr. Matthews, Mr. Mills, Mr. Woodward, Mr. Guest, and Mr. Mottley, Portsmouth; Mr. Tarring, Brixham-Quay, Torbay; Mr. Congdon and Mr. Hoxland, Plymouth-Dock; Mr. Richards and Mr. Barnikel, Plymouth; Mr. Moore, Poole; Mrs. Doherty, Falmouth; Mr. Jackson, Dartmouth Mr. Wood, Weymouth; Mr. Potter. Printer, Haverfordwest; Mrs. Thorn Dorchester; ... and the other booksellers in town and country. - Printed by H.D. Steel, No. 51, Lothbury, [1800]

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52p.,plate : map ; 16⁰.

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Electronic reproduction. Farmington Hills, Mich. : Thomson Gale, 2003. (Eighteenth century collections online). Available via the World Wide Web. Access limited by licensing agreements.

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ESTC T101029

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