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Author: St. Lo, George, d. 1718.
Title: Britannia triumphans; or An effectual method wholly to destroy the power of France by encouraging navigation in all its branches. Whereby their Majesties fleet may be sufficiently mann'd in a months time, on any occasion, without impressing; and by making a competent provision for such as shall be wounded in the service of Their Majesties, against the common enemy, in whatsoever stations they are placed. All which may be effected without any very considerable charge to the kingdom. Together with a brief enumeration of the several advantages to be made by erecting a publick fishery, by which a constant nursery of able seamen, and a security and enlargement of our trade abroad will be surely advanced. To which are subjoined, some proposals for the support and maintenance of the children of sll such as fall in the said service; and the certain and best expedient of encreasing the numbers of our privateers. Humbly represented to Their Majesties, and Members of Parliament. By Capt. St. Loe, one of the commissioners of the prize office.
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2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: Britannia triumphans; or An effectual method wholly to destroy the power of France by encouraging navigation in all its branches. Whereby their Majesties fleet may be sufficiently mann'd in a months time, on any occasion, without impressing; and by making a competent provision for such as shall be wounded in the service of Their Majesties, against the common enemy, in whatsoever stations they are placed. All which may be effected without any very considerable charge to the kingdom. Together with a brief enumeration of the several advantages to be made by erecting a publick fishery, by which a constant nursery of able seamen, and a security and enlargement of our trade abroad will be surely advanced. To which are subjoined, some proposals for the support and maintenance of the children of sll such as fall in the said service; and the certain and best expedient of encreasing the numbers of our privateers. Humbly represented to Their Majesties, and Members of Parliament. By Capt. St. Loe, one of the commissioners of the prize office.
St. Lo, George, d. 1718.

London: printed for John Whitlock near Stationers Hall, 1694.
Alternate titles: Britannia triumphans Effectual method wholly to destroy the power of France. England's safety, &c. Proposal made by Capt. Seorge St. Lo. for the raising twenty thousand seamen qualified. Bridle to the French King.
Notes:
Caption title on p. 15 reads: England's safety, &c. Or A proposal made by Capt. Seorge St. Lo. for the raising twenty thousand seamen qualified.
Running title reads: England's safety: or, a bridle to the French King.
With three final advertisement leaves.
Reproduction of the original in the British Library.
Subject terms:
Great Britain -- Foreign relations -- France -- Early works to 1800.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A59919.0001.001

Contents
title page
To the KING and QƲEENS most Excellent MAJESTIES.
To the Right Honourable the Lords Spiri∣tual and Temporal, and Commons in Parliament Assembled.
ENGLAND's SAFETY, &c. OR A PROPOSAL MADE BY Capt. George St. Lo. FOR THE Raising Twenty Thousand SEAMEN QUALIFIED,
Encouragement for English Privatiers.
Reasons humbly Offer'd for bringing down the Exorbi∣tant Rates of Seamens Wages from 50 s. and 3 l. a Month, to 30 s. and 35 s. a Month.
If it be questioned, whether Seamen will come in∣to their Majesties Service, for 5 l. Advance, ac∣cording to this Propsal.
Advertisement to the Reader.
Books Printed for, and Sold by William Miller, at the Acorn in St. Paul's Church-yard, where Gentlemen, or others, may be furnished with the best Collections, either in whole or in part, taking all the State-Matters, Church-Government, Ser∣mons, Divinity or Humanity.