A reply to a pamphlet intituled "A brief enquiry into the present condition of the Navy of Great Britain" :
wherein is clearly demonstrated the force of the enemy, and what was opposed to it by the late Board of Admiralty; as well as the actual strength possessed by the King's dock-yards and their ability to keep up and encrease the Navy without the aid of merchant builders.
|Main Creator:||Saint Vincent, Philo, pseud.|
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London : J. Ginger, 1804.
"Sold also by S. Mottley, Portsmouth; and B. Haydon, Plymouth."
Text signed on p. 36: Philo St. Vincent.
On fold. leaf: tabled data on British and "enemy" ships as of May 13, 1804.
With: An answer to Mr. Pitt's attack ... London : H. Ebers, 1804.
Physical description: 36 p., [1 fold. leaf] ; 22 cm.
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