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Grande-Bretagne, Admiralty
Grande-Bretagne, Navy
Grande-Bretagne, Navy department
Grande-Bretagne Royal Navy
Great Britain Ministry of Defence Navy
Great Britain Navy
Great Britain Royal Navy
Navy Great Britain
Royal Navy
Royal Navy Great Britain
Storbritannien Royal Navy
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England and Wales Royal Navy (see also from)
Great Britain Ministry of Defence (see also from)
100 years of British naval aviation
All gentlemen sailors, desirous of rendering themselves useful to their country, let them repair on board His Majesty's armed ship the Vigilant, Captain Christian, commander : where they will be received, and every indulgence given that their merit can entitle them to. The said captain will engage his word of honor, that the persons so entering, shall not be carried out of America without their consent.
Anglo-American naval relations 1917-1919
Annual health tables.
Annual tables on the health of the navy
Bi-netive yamim soʻarim
British Royal Navy collection
Calendar of State Papers, Domestic. Charles II
German warships of World War I : the Royal Navy's official guide to the capital ships, cruisers, destroyers, submarines, and small craft, 1914-1918
list of the officers of His Britannic Majesty's Royal Navy arrived at Verdun, since the establishment of the depot in December 1803., A
Logbooks of the British Royal Navy
Naval records for genealogists
One hundred years of British naval aviation
Publications. I.F. Calendars, etc. Calendars of State Papers. b. 6
Records of the British Royal Navy
trials of W. Wall and J. Lucas, first and second lieutenants of His Majesty's ship Phaeton, The : of G. Dawson, Esq., captain of the Phaeton, and John Wilkie, master of the Phaeton, by courts martial, held on board the Edgar, in Portsmouth Harbour, from October 28 to November 24, 1788, on different charges preferred against them.
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