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English: Frontispice "A complete body of the sea laws antient and modern of most nations with the proceedings of the admiraltie courts, ther ensigns at sea, &c." showing Neptune wielding British flags at sea. Sailings ships, sea horses (hippocampus), a Triton blowing on a conch.
Nederlands: Titelpagina met Neptunus die op zee zwaait met Britse vlaggen. Zeilschepen, een Triton blaast op een kinkhoorn, mythologische zeepaarden (hippocampus).
Date [1710]
Source Alexander Justice (1701-1705 fl.); Samuel Pepys (1633-1703); Josiah Burchett (1666?-1746): A general treatise of the dominion of the sea : and a compleat body of the sea-laws ... / [Alexander Justice]

The Appendix: being a collection of several valuable tracts relating to marine affairs. Edition: The @third edition, with large additions, and improvements ; and a new Appendix, containing several eminent lawyers opinions in important marine cases ... an essay concerning the navy's of England, taken from Pepis's, Burchet's, and other autentick memoirs ... Publisher: London : printed for the executors of J. Nicholson, J. and B. Sprint, and R. Smith

Annotation: Supplement entitled: The Appendix: being a collection of several valuable tracts relating to marine affairs : the opinions of the most eminent lawers in the reign of King Charles II, in certain cases realting to shipping. First edition: 1705. 2 parts in 1 volume (23, 684, 107 pages)
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