Observations on the landing of forces designed for the invasion of a country

Publication Date1759
RemainderWith arguments on the safest and most expedient courses to be taken on that occasion; by Sir Clement Edmonds, Knt. Whereupon are added, some animadversions, With several Examples and Arguments to manifest the great advantages o a good fleet in war Between Nations divided by the Sea; And prove, that an Army may be landed in an Enemy's Country, unless they have a Naval Power able to oppose it. By Sir Walter Ralegh, Knt
Publisherprinted for J. Pridden, at the Feathers, in Fleet-Street, near Fleet-Bridge, and sold at the Royal Exchange and in Westminster-Hall



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