The Naval Tracts of Sir William Monson, Volume V

Vol 47 (1913), M. Oppenheim

Monson was a late-Elizabethan seaman and naval commander, retired under a cloud in 1616, who occupied his retirement in composing a number of works on naval affairs.

A number of ‘projects’ or plans for campaigns against possible enemies, with papers on trade, fisheries, exploration and other matters.

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