trippwj Posted May 4, 2015 Share #1 Posted May 4, 2015 (edited) Hoxland, E., 1797: The Naval Officers Formula, Or Stationing Vade Mecum, Showing the Distribution of a Ship’s Company of a First to a Sixth Rate, at Mooring, Un-mooring, Watching, Quartering, Reefing, Furling, and Working Ship. With Order of Battle ... E. Hoxland, 72 pp. http://books.google.com/books?id=eWVGAAAAYAAJ. Captain in the Royal Navy, 1804: Observations and instructions for the use of the commissioned, the junior, and other officers of the Royal navy, on all the material points of professional duty: including also, forms of general and particular orders for the better government and discipline of His Majesty’s ships..With an appendix ; being a complete set of forms for watch, station, and quarter bills for ships of war. Printed for P. Steel, 110 pp. http://books.google.com/books?id=eVwMAQAAMAAJ. Edited May 4, 2015 by trippwj druxey and mtaylor 2 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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