An account of the Marine Society :
recommending the piety and policy of the institution, and pointing out the advantages accruing to the nation. With the motives for establishing it. Also a full detail of their rules and forms of business. With a list of the subscribers, ... Also a proposal for accommodating the boys, equipped by them, in the merchants service, when the war is finished. The sixth edition, adapted to the present time. By Mr. Hanway.
|Main Creator:||Hanway, Jonas, 1712-1786.|
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Titlepage in red and black.
With a folding leaf containing an abstract of the Marine Society's accounts.
The central section contains: 'An essay towards making the knowledge of religion easy to the meanest capacity .. By the most Rev. Dr. Edward Synge', London, 1759, with separate titlepage, pagination and register.
The final section contains a list of the subscribers to the Marine Society with separate pagination and register.
"An Essay ..." has sep. t.p., both it and the "List of the subscribers" have separate pagination.
With An essay towards making the knowledge of religion easy to the meanest capacity ... by ... Ed. Synge ... Archbp. of Tuam .
Physical description: vi,,9-167,;,24;52,p.,plates ; 8vo
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