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Manual for Naval Cadets by John M'Neill Boyd - Second Edition - 1860 - from Wadard Books PBFA (SKU: 15326)

Manual for Naval Cadets

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Manual for Naval Cadets

by John M'Neill Boyd

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London: Longman, Green, Longman and Roberts, 1860 xx, 540pp. 2 plates of signals facing page 1 - 8 colour plates of flags plus folding plate of masts following page 506. The directions to the binder call for a plate of the Union Jack to face pp506 which as far as can be ascertained was never included in this binding. A scarce and authorative reference work with numerous wood engraved figures throughout.


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Wadard Books PBFA GB (GB)
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Manual for Naval Cadets
John M'Neill Boyd
3/4 Calf with Marbled Boards
Book condition
second hand - Very Good
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Second Edition
Longman, Green, Longman and Roberts
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Naval and Maritime

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About Wadard Books PBFA

The shop of Wadard Books is located in a listed 17th century timber framed building in the historic Kentish village of Farningham. The business is named after Wadard, one of Farningham's Domesday landlords, a henchman of Bishop Odo and featured on the Bayeaux tapestry.


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