An account of proposals made for the benefit of His Majesty's naval service: shewing their general object and tendency, - the future supply of timber for the Purposes of the Royal Navy; Means of contributing to its Preservation, - the well-being of the dock-yards, ships, magazines, and Stores; with the reciprocal Advantages and Conveniences of its Individuals. Interepersed With Admiralty and Navyboard Regulations, and occasional Remarks of some of its Honourable Members. Together with certain other transactions. In A Letter To the Right Honourable the Earl of Sandwich, First Lord-Commissioner of the Admiralty. By Yeoman Lott, Late Agent to the Royal-Hospital at Plymouth.
- Lott, Yeoman.
- M.DCC.LXXVII. 
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London : printed for the author: and sold by W. Owen, in Fleet-Street; J. Wilkie, St. Paul's-Church-Yard; and F. Noble, near Middle-Row, Holborn, M.DCC.LXXVII. 
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