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The Reprint Society, London. 1950. Captain Suckling's nephew did not take long to leave his marque upon the his country and the Royal Navy. Entering as a Midshipman aged 12, six years later he presented himself in 1777, bearing with him the necessary proofs that he had gone to sea for more than six years , together with the journals kept by him in HMS 'Raisonnable', 'Triumph', 'Carcass' 'Seahorse', 'Dolphin' and 'Worcester', he presented himself for his examination as Lieutenant. He received his commission as second lieutenant of the frigate 'Lowestoffe'. His first command, at age 20 was the brig 'Badger' and so starts the meteoric rise through the ranks of the Royal Navy of England's greatest sailor. Foxing evident the fep's and foredge. 595pp. 185 x 120 mm.