A Sea Grammar: With the Plaine Exposition of Smiths Accidence for Young Sea-Men, Enlarged

By: Smith, Captain. John;

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A Sea Grammar: With the Plaine Exposition of Smiths Accidence for Young Sea-Men, Enlarged by Smith, Captain. John; Edited By Kermit Goell
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Michael Joseph. London: 1970 . Ship parts diagram illustrate the end papers. Originally published in 1627, this classic maritime reference details the structure of the ship, sails and rigging, crew members & their duties, misdemeanours and punishments, commands for sailing and in sea battle, with a list of books and instruments on navigation and gunnery. reprinted with original spelling retained and several b/w plates throughout including a portrait of Smith to frontis. Illustated dust jacket over two-tone brown & cream cloth end boards gilt title. 113pp 220 x 140mms

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