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Naval Courts Marshal, 1793-1815

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Naval Courts Marshal, 1793-1815

by John D.Byrn

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  • very good
  • Hardcover
Condition
Very Good
ISBN 10
0754667812
ISBN 13
9780754667810
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Farnham, Surrey: Ashgate for the Navy Records Society, 2009. The transcripts of trials afloat, which form the core of this volume offer a unique window to the social conditions and behaviour aboard the King's ships at the time. 786pp.. Cloth. Very Good. 230x155mm.

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Bookseller
Wadard Books PBFA GB (GB)
Bookseller Inventory #
17857s69
Title
Naval Courts Marshal, 1793-1815
Author
John D.Byrn
Format/binding
Hardcover
Book condition
Used - Very Good
Binding
Hardcover
ISBN 10
0754667812
ISBN 13
9780754667810
Publisher
Ashgate for the Navy Records Society
Place of Publication
Farnham, Surrey
Date published
2009
Keywords
Naval and Maritime
Size
230x155mm

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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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