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A letter to the Right Honourable The earl of Sandwich, on the actual state of the master's mates, midshipmen, inferior officers, and seamen, of his Majesty's navy; their Wives, Children, Executors, and legal Representatives; wherein the Power of the Bishops and Ordinaries, in granting Probates of Wills, and Letters of Administration, is considered: the whole tending to shew that the Statute of the 26 Geo. III. cap. 63, intituled, ̀̀an Act for the further preventing Frauds and Abuses attending the Payment of Wages, Prize-Money, and other Allowances due for the Service of Petty Officers and Seamen, on Board any of his Majesty's Ships,'' is impracticable, and highly injurious. By T. Evans, attorney-at-law.
- Evans, Thomas (Attorney-at-law)
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.