4 edition of Instructions for the conduct of the ships of war found in the catalog.
Instructions for the conduct of the ships of war
Great Britain. Royal Navy.
1776 in [London .
Written in English
|Series||Eighteenth century -- reel 2036, no. 2.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||46|
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Instructions for the conduct of the ships of war, explanatory of, and relative to the signals contained in the signal-book herewith delivered.
Author: Great Britain. There it is pointed out that the original signal-book of the Admiralty first issued 13 May consisted of two volumes: "The new Admiralty Signal-Book for the Ships of War" covered daytime signals, and "Night Signals and Instructions for the Conduct of Ships of War" covered night-time signals.
Manuscript 'Signal Book for the Ships of War'; bound with 'instructions for the conduct of Ships of War, explanatory of, and, relative to the signals contained in the signal book'.
(SIG/B/4) Request this item Manuscript signal book arranged with a thumb index of coloured flags, and referring to the printed instructions, cas.
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