Gloria Britannica: or, The boast of the Brittish seas Containing, a true and full account of the Royal Navy of England, shewing, where each ship was built, by whom, and when; its length, breadth, depth, draught of water, tuns, the number of mens and guns, both in peace and war, at home and abroad. Together, with every man's pay, from a captain to a cabin-boy; truly calculated and cast up, for a day, a week, a month, and a kalendar year, or 13 months and 1 day. Carefully collected and digested by a true lover of the seamen, and of long experience in the practices of the Navy and Admiralty. Licensed, April the 9th. 1689.
printed, and sold by E. Smith, at the Bible, under the Piazza of the Royal Exchange, and George Harwar, near the Hermitage-Bridge, Wapping, compass-maker,
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