Result of two series of experiments towards ascertaining the respective velocity of floating bodies, varying in form; and towards determining the form best adapted to stability, or possessing most power of resisting the force of the wind in carrying sail: intended to convey useful hints to the constructors of ships; with observations: in a letter to the Society for Improvement of Naval Architecture. By Charles Gore Esq. of Weimer, in Saxony.
- Gore, Charles.
A view of the naval force of Great-Britain: In which its present State, Growth, and Conversion, of Timber; Constructions of Ships, Docks, and Ha$$bours; Regulations of Officers and Men in each Department; are considered and compared with other European Powers. To which are added observations and hints for the improvement of the naval service. By an officer of rank.
- Warren, John Borlase, Sir, 1753-1822.