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Author: St. Lo, George, d. 1718.
Title: England's safety, or, A bridle to the French King proposing a sure method for encouraging navigation, and raising qualified seamen for the well manning Their Majesties fleet on any occasion, in a months time, without impressing, and a competent provision for all such as shall be wounded in service against the enemy, either in Their in Their Majesties ships of war, privatiers, or merchant men, to encourage the better defending them : also an in-fight into the advantages may be made by the herring and other fisheries, in respect to the breeding of seamen, and otherwise : together with a proposal for the maintenance and education of the male children ... : also encouragement for commanders of men of war, privatiers and seamen, in taking any ship, or effects of the enemies, and all to be done, without any sensible charge or burthern to the kingdom / by Captain George St. Lo...
Publication info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: England's safety, or, A bridle to the French King proposing a sure method for encouraging navigation, and raising qualified seamen for the well manning Their Majesties fleet on any occasion, in a months time, without impressing, and a competent provision for all such as shall be wounded in service against the enemy, either in Their in Their Majesties ships of war, privatiers, or merchant men, to encourage the better defending them : also an in-fight into the advantages may be made by the herring and other fisheries, in respect to the breeding of seamen, and otherwise : together with a proposal for the maintenance and education of the male children ... : also encouragement for commanders of men of war, privatiers and seamen, in taking any ship, or effects of the enemies, and all to be done, without any sensible charge or burthern to the kingdom / by Captain George St. Lo...
St. Lo, George, d. 1718.

London: Printed for W. Miller ..., 1693.
Notes:
Reproduction of original in Cambridge University Library.
Includes advertisement.
Subject terms:
England and Wales. -- Royal Navy.
France. -- Marine.
Navigation -- England -- Early works to 1800.
Navigation -- France -- Early works to 1800.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A59941.0001.001

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England's Safety: Or, a Bridle to the French King, &c.
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.
Advertisement to the Reader.
ENGLAND's GLORY, &c, OR A PROPOSAL MADE BY Capt. George St. Lo. FOR THE Raising Twenty Thousand SEAMEN, QUALIFIED, As here under-mentioned for the Service of Their Ma∣jesties and the Kingdom, in Manning the Royal Navy on any Occasion, (without Impressing) in a Month's time after setling the Office; Hereby hum∣bly proposed for that purpose.
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Encouragement for Commanders and Seamen in Their Majesties Service, for Taking the Enemies Ships, Goods and Effects.
Encouragement for English Privatiers.