|Title:||Colloquia maritima, or, Sea-dialogues ... by N. Boteler, Esq., formerly a commander in one of His Majesties Royal ships.|
|Publication info:||Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Colloquia maritima, or, Sea-dialogues ... by N. Boteler, Esq., formerly a commander in one of His Majesties Royal ships.
Boteler, Nathaniel., Pitt, Moses, fl. 1654-1696.
London: Printed and sold by William Fisher and Richard Mount ..., 1688.
With Moses Pitt's dedication to Samuel Pepys: p. -.
The sheets of the first ed. (Six dialogues about sea-services. London: Printed for Moses Pitt, 1685), with a new t.p.
Reproduction of original in Huntington Library.
Naval art and science -- Early works to 1800.
To the Honourable Samuel Pepys Esq Secretary to the Admiralty.
A Discourse by way of Di∣alogue, of Marine Af∣fairs, between an Admi∣ral and a Sea-Captain.
Dialogue the First. About Commanders in Chief.
Dialogue the Second. About the Common Mariner.
Dialogue the Third. About the Victualling of Ships.
Dialogue the Fourth. About the Names of all the Parts be∣longing to a Ship of War. And the Words of Art used by Sea∣men at Sea.
Dialogue the Fifth. Touching the best Ships of War, and the Ceremonies of Enter∣tainment.
Dialogue the Sixth. About the Ordering of Fleets. In Sailing, Chases, Boardings, and Battels.