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Signals and Instructions, 1776-1794, With Addenda to Volume XXIX

By Great Britain. Admiralty

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Title: Signals and Instructions, 1776-1794, With Addenda to Volume XXIX  
Author: Great Britain. Admiralty
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Language: English
Subject: Great Britain. Royal Navy, Great Britain. Royal Navy, Europe
Collections: Canadian Libraries Collection
Historic
Publication Date:
1908
Publisher: London; Navy Records Society

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Contributor: Digitized from the holdings of the MSN Live Books ; Robarts - University of Toronto

Table of Contents
Bibliography: p. 376-395 ; General introduction.--Lord Howe, North American Station, 1776-8.--Kempenfelt's first instructions, 1779-80.--Kempenfelt's Signals and explanatory instructions, with Howe's modifications, 1781-2.--The regular additional instructions, 1778.--North American station, 1779-82, Arbuthnot, Graves, and Digby.--The last form of the General and Additional fighting instructions, with ms additions of Rodney, Pigot, and Hood, 1781-3.--Lord Howe's instructions, 1790-94.--Appendices: A. Additional instructions of the Seven Years' War.--B. Rodney's landing instructions, 1761-2.--C. Addenda to v. 29. 'Fighting instructions, 1530-1816'.--D. Breaking the line.--E. Bibliography I. English works on naval tactics, 1750-1850 (p. 376-379).--F. Bibliography II. Instructions and signal books, 1650-1830. (p. 380-395) ;

 

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