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1 MANWARING, G.E Bibliography of British Naval History : A Biographical and Historical Guideto Printed and Manuscript Sources. 2d pr in dj.
Conway Martime Press, London, 1970, ISBN:0851770061 
MANWARING, G.E. A Bibliography of British Naval History : A Biographical and Historical Guide to Printed and Manuscript Sources. (London) : Conway Maritime Press, 1970. Second Printing. Pp (10),vii-xxii,1-163,(3). 8vo, black cloth, gilt lettering to spine. "Originally published in 1930 this Bibliography embraces British Naval History from the earliest times until roughly speaking just after the Battle of Trafalgar, but it includes the works of writers who have written on this period up to 1930. It deals at length with the mass of naval material which lies buried in books; in periodicals and magazines; in the Transactions of Learned Societies; and in Manuscripts in various archives." -from the dj. Arranged in two parts: Part I. by Author, Part II. by Subject. Bookplate, else very good in dustjacket. 75.00

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2 ROGERS, Woodes. MANWARING, G.E., intro. Seafarers' Library Cruising Voyage Round the World. Seafarers' Library edition.
Longmans, Green & Co., New York, 1928, 
ROGERS, Woodes. A Cruising Voyage Round the World. With introduction and notes by G.E. Manwaring. New York: Longmans, Green & Co., 1928. [Originally published in 1712]. Pp. (4),v-xlvi,(2),[1]-320,l frontispiece of William Dampier, + 7 leaves of plates. Illustrated. 8vo, patterned brown cloth with gilt lettering to spine. A volume in The Seafarers' Library series. General Editor: G.E. Manwaring. An account of a privateering mission under the direction of William Dampier during the War of Spanish Succession. Rogers was the captain of the Duke (the other vessel being the Dutchess). Includes an account of the rescue of Alexander Selkirk (beginning on p. 91). Front inner hinge nearly broken (with half-title nearly detached), rear inner hinge tender, tape ghosts, as is. Text block is clean (save for a some sparse foxingto the occasional margin) 15.00

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