|Title:||Naval speculations and maritime politicks being a modest and brief discourse of the Royal Navy of England, of its oeconomy and government : and a projection for an everlasting seminary of seamen by a royal maritime hospital : with a project for a royal fishery : also necessary measures in the present war with France &c. / by Henry Maydman.|
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Naval speculations and maritime politicks being a modest and brief discourse of the Royal Navy of England, of its oeconomy and government : and a projection for an everlasting seminary of seamen by a royal maritime hospital : with a project for a royal fishery : also necessary measures in the present war with France &c. / by Henry Maydman.
London: Printed by William Bonny and sold by Sam. Manship ... [and 3 others], 1691.
Numerous errors in paging.
Running title: Naval speculations, or, Maritime politicks.
Reproduction of the original in the Bodleian Library.
England and Wales. -- Royal Navy.
Seamen -- England.
To the Right Honourable THOMAS Earl of Pembrooke and Montgomery, Baron Herbert of Sherland, Lord Parre and Ross of Kendale, Fitz-Hugh Mar∣myon, and St. Quintin, Primier Com∣missioner for Executing the Office of Lord High Admiral of England, &c. And one of His Majesty's Most Ho∣nourable Privy Council.
INDEX OF THE HEADS.
Naval Speculations, AND Maritime Politicks.
I. Of the Admiralty, or the Office of Lord High Admiral of England.
II. Of the Principal Officers, and Commissioners in General.
Thirdly, The Yards:
IV. Of the Victualling Office.
V. Of other Irregularities in the Navy.
VI. Of the Clerical and Ministerial part of the Navy.
VII. Of the Government of Ships at Sea.
VIII. Of the Seminary for Breeding, and Maintaining of Seamen.
IX. The Measures necessary to be taken, in our Present Wars with the French; and in point of Balancing of Trade for the fu∣ture.
A Ballance of Trade, between FRANCE and US, in Times of Peace.
A brief Summary of the whole VVork.
The most Material Errors by the Press, oc∣casioned by the Author's being out of Town, are Corrected as follow, viz.