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A letter from Capt. Flip to Major Bumbo: Wherein are vindicated, the injured characters of the late brave Admiral Punch, and his most accomplish'd daughters, the ladies Arrack, Coniac, Royal-Gin & Rumbo. Shewing, to a demonstration, the signal services this honourable and worthy family have done, and may do to this nation, in any expedition, either to Spithead, or the West-Indies; the necessity of restoring the degraded Admiral to his former post; the beneficial consequences of permitting his four amiable daughters to converse freely with our couragious sailors. Wrote in the marine style, by an officer on half-pay in the Royal-Navy.
- Flip, Ferdinando.