Millar, A. (1746). The laws, ordinances and institutions of the Admiralty of Great Britain Civil and Military: comprehending, I. Such antient naval laws and customs as are still in use. II. An abstract of the Statutes in force relating to maritime affairs and commerce III. The Marine Treaties at large IV. A critical account of naval affairs and commerce, from the Reign of Alfred the Great. V. The present state of the navy, and of the officers, offices, ships [et]c. thereof. : interspers'd with dissertations, notes and comments for the use of the officers of the navy, masters of ship, mariners, merchants, insurers, and the trading part of the Nation in general : with a preface giving a more particular Account of the Nature, use and desing of this work : in two volumes ... London: printed for A. Millar ....MLA Citation
Millar, Andrew, 1707-1768, (Londres). The Laws, Ordinances And Institutions of the Admiralty of Great Britain Civil And Military: Comprehending, I. Such Antient Naval Laws And Customs As Are Still In Use. II. An Abstract of the Statutes In Force Relating to Maritime Affairs And Commerce III. The Marine Treaties At Large IV. A Critical Account of Naval Affairs And Commerce, From the Reign of Alfred the Great. V. The Present State of the Navy, And of the Officers, Offices, Ships [et]c. Thereof. : Interspers'd With Dissertations, Notes And Comments for the Use of the Officers of the Navy, Masters of Ship, Mariners, Merchants, Insurers, And the Trading Part of the Nation In General : With a Preface Giving a More Particular Account of the Nature, Use And Desing of This Work : In Two Volumes ... London: printed for A. Millar ..., 1746.
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