First published in 1953, this volume traces the role played by the English navy during the years 1689-97, during which time England became the dominant sea power of Europe. This volume will appeal to anyone interested in the naval history of England at the end of the seventeenth century.But in a war, and particularly at an early stage of a war, it is not enough to foresee the consequences of an ... date he get away from the unsatisfactory method of engaging in parallel lines ship to shipa#39; (Fighting Instructions, pp. ... 175), followed very closely Torringtona#39;s two sets of Instructions to the fleet of 1689 and 1690 ( R. C. Anderson, a#39;Two New Sets of Sailing and Fighting Instructionsa#39;, in M.M. v1, no.
|Title||:||The Navy in the War of William III 1689-1697|
|Publisher||:||Cambridge University Press - 2012-02-02|