An address to the Right Honourable the first Lord Commissioner of the Admiralty, Upon the pernicious mode of coppering the bottoms of King's ships in time of peace. Also, a plan for employing 120 sail of the line, with a proportionable number of frigates, and small armed vessels. With the number of men that will be required to man each class in time of war. Together with a recommendation for establishing a general register of seamen and seafaring-men; and a mode to establish a naval militia, &c. &c. &c. By an officer.
- M.DCC.LXXXVI.