A Short History of the Royal Navy, 1217-1815. Volume I

David Hannay

Series: Political Science and History
BISAC: HIS036000



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David Hannay endeavours to give a popular, but clear and not inaccurate, account of the growth, and services, of the Royal Navy. The books is divided into two volumes. The first volume begins with King John and ends at the Revolution of 1688. The second volume will give the history of the great struggle with France and her dependent allies, which began in 1689, and ended only when the time of great naval wars was over.
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Introduction—The Mediæval Navy
Chapter I. The Navy of the Tudors till the Accession of Elizabeth
Chapter II. Reign of Elizabeth to the Defeat of the Armada
Chapter III. From the Armada to the Death of the Queen
Chapter IV. James I. and Charles I.
Chapter V. The Navy in the Civil War
Chapter VI. The First Years of the Commonwealth
Chapter VII. The First Dutch War
Chapter VIII. The Latter Half of the War
Chapter IX. The Protectorate
Chapter X. The Navy under Charles II.
Chapter XI. The Second Dutch War to the Four Days' Battle
Chapter XII. From the Four Days' Battle till the End of the War
Chapter XIII. The Algerine Pirates and the Third Dutch War
Chapter XIV. The Last Years of the Stuart Dynasty

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