The Resource An appeal to the public. : In vindication of truth and matters of fact. Setting forth, among other particulars, an infallible method to prevent, for the future, the Navy of England, being supplied with pernicious provisions, which have, for a considerable time past, been the subject of grievous complaint among the seamen and marines in His Majesty's service; by not only impairing the health, but destroying the lives, of many thousands of those brave defenders and preserves of the Crown and constitution of these kingdoms. By William Thompson, author of a Treatise, published in 1757, entitled, the Royal Navy-Mens advocate, (electronic resource)

An appeal to the public. : In vindication of truth and matters of fact. Setting forth, among other particulars, an infallible method to prevent, for the future, the Navy of England, being supplied with pernicious provisions, which have, for a considerable time past, been the subject of grievous complaint among the seamen and marines in His Majesty's service; by not only impairing the health, but destroying the lives, of many thousands of those brave defenders and preserves of the Crown and constitution of these kingdoms. By William Thompson, author of a Treatise, published in 1757, entitled, the Royal Navy-Mens advocate, (electronic resource)

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An appeal to the public. : In vindication of truth and matters of fact. Setting forth, among other particulars, an infallible method to prevent, for the future, the Navy of England, being supplied with pernicious provisions, which have, for a considerable time past, been the subject of grievous complaint among the seamen and marines in His Majesty's service; by not only impairing the health, but destroying the lives, of many thousands of those brave defenders and preserves of the Crown and constitution of these kingdoms. By William Thompson, author of a Treatise, published in 1757, entitled, the Royal Navy-Mens advocate
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An appeal to the public.
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In vindication of truth and matters of fact. Setting forth, among other particulars, an infallible method to prevent, for the future, the Navy of England, being supplied with pernicious provisions, which have, for a considerable time past, been the subject of grievous complaint among the seamen and marines in His Majesty's service; by not only impairing the health, but destroying the lives, of many thousands of those brave defenders and preserves of the Crown and constitution of these kingdoms. By William Thompson, author of a Treatise, published in 1757, entitled, the Royal Navy-Mens advocate
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Thompson, William
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Great Britain
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An appeal to the public. : In vindication of truth and matters of fact. Setting forth, among other particulars, an infallible method to prevent, for the future, the Navy of England, being supplied with pernicious provisions, which have, for a considerable time past, been the subject of grievous complaint among the seamen and marines in His Majesty's service; by not only impairing the health, but destroying the lives, of many thousands of those brave defenders and preserves of the Crown and constitution of these kingdoms. By William Thompson, author of a Treatise, published in 1757, entitled, the Royal Navy-Mens advocate, (electronic resource)
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Reproduction of original from University of London's Goldsmiths' Library
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ESTCT22286
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80.
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63,[1]pages
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electronic
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Electronic reproduction.
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An appeal to the public. : In vindication of truth and matters of fact. Setting forth, among other particulars, an infallible method to prevent, for the future, the Navy of England, being supplied with pernicious provisions, which have, for a considerable time past, been the subject of grievous complaint among the seamen and marines in His Majesty's service; by not only impairing the health, but destroying the lives, of many thousands of those brave defenders and preserves of the Crown and constitution of these kingdoms. By William Thompson, author of a Treatise, published in 1757, entitled, the Royal Navy-Mens advocate, (electronic resource)
Publication
Note
Reproduction of original from University of London's Goldsmiths' Library
Control code
ESTCT22286
Dimensions
80.
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
63,[1]pages
Form of item
electronic
Reformatting quality
not applicable
Reproduction note
Electronic reproduction.
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
  • (Uk-ES)006222893
  • (Uk-ES)006222893

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