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3 Centuries Of Naval History In Shanties & Sea Songs With Lyrics & Notes

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The Navy Records Society, which has been esta­blished for the purpose of printing rare or unpublished works of naval interest, aims at rendering accessible the sources of our naval history, and at elucidating questions of naval archaeology, construction, administration, organi­sation and social life.
The Society has already issued :—
In 1894: Vols. I. and II. State Papers relating to the Defeat of the Spanish Armada, Anno 1588. Edited by Professor J. K. Laughton. (30^.)
In 1895: Vol. III. Letters of Lord Hood, 1781-82. Edited by Mr. David Hannay. {None available?)
Vol. IV. Index to James's Naval History, by Mr. C. G. Toogood. Edited by the Hon. T. A. Brassey. {\2S. 6d.)
Vol. V. Life of Captain Stephen Martin, 1666-1740. Edited by Sir Clements R. Markham. {None available.)
In 1896: Vol. VI. Journalof Rear-AdmiralBartholomew James, 1752-1828. Edited by Professor J. K. Laughton and Commander J. Y. F. Sulivan. {10s. 6d.)
Vol. VII. Holland's Discourses of the Navy, 1638 and • 1658. Edited by Mr. J. R. Tanner. (12*. 6d.)
Vol. VIII. Naval Accounts and Inventories in the Reign of Henry VII. Edited by Mr. M. Oppenheim. {10s. 6d.)
In 1897: Vol. IX. Journal of Sir George Rooke. Edited by Mr. Oscar Browning. {10s. 6d.)
Vol. X. Letters and Papers relating to the War with France, 1512-13. Edited by M. Alfred Spont. (\os. 6d.)
Vol. XI. Papers relating to the Spanish War, 1585-87. Edited by Mr. Julian Corbett. (ioj. 6d.)
In 1898 : Vol. XII. Journals and Letters of Admiral of the Fleet Sir Thomas By am Martin, 1773-1854 (Vol. IL). Edited by Admiral Sir R. Vesey Hamilton. {See XXIV.)