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JOURNAL OF SIR GEORGE ROOKE, ADMIRAL OF THE FLEET 1700-1702

by Rooke, Sir George , Oscar Browning. , (ed.)

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London: The Navy Records Society, 1897.,, UK first edition, 6 x 9, VG- condition ( light damage to head & tail of spine, covers lightly soiled), 272 pages, maps. --------------------------This is a conflation of correspondence with a journal kept by Rooke's secretary (which exists in several versions), all covering his Baltic expedition of 1700, and the attack on Cadiz and Vigo in 1702. Uniquely among the Society's early issues, this book went out of print almost as soon as it was published.
  • Bookseller: ARTICLES OF WAR Ltd US (US)
  • Bookseller Inventory #: 33645
  • Title: JOURNAL OF SIR GEORGE ROOKE, ADMIRAL OF THE FLEET 1700-1702
  • Author: Rooke, Sir George , Oscar Browning. , (ed.)
  • Book condition: Used

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