The naval history of Great Britain; with the lives of the most illustrious admirals and commanders, deduced from the first establishment of the British marine, and interspersed with accounts of the most important discoveries made in the several parts of the world, from the earliest account of time to the year 1761. Containing particularly the lives of Sir Peter Warren, Admiral Edw. Vernon, Rt. Hon. Ed. Boscawen. With an account of the galtant actions of the admirals Lord Viscount Howe, Lord Hawke, Sir Charles Saunders, George Pocock, Richard Tyrrell. Likewise of the Captains Sir James Douglas, George Elliott, Coningshy Norbury, Arthur Forrest, James Gilchrist, John Lockart Ross. Ornamented with twenty-three copper plates, representing the most eminent naval commanders, with maps of the four quarters of the globe, and elegant engravings, by the most eminent artists, of the most signal engagements of the British Navy. Likewise an historical account of the conquests of Senegal, Goree, Guadaloupe, Quebec, &c. The whole being a compleat naval history, brought down to the reign of King George the Third. The second edition. By John Barrow, Esq; Vol. I.
- Barrow, John, teacher of mathematics.
- MDCCLXXVI.