A Seaman’s Life on board a Man-of-war

How do our men-of-war’s men fare? 

What advance have they made from a religious and moral point of view? 

How are they treated? 

Are they sufficiently numerous? 

A detailed answer to such questions will be found in the following remarks. Their countrymen need have no anxiety as regards the first three questions, but in respect to the last opinions widely differ.

This short book is a reissue of a guide to the life of Britain’s sailors in 1881 and is of interest to navy historians.

Paperback, 9.2 inches × 6.1 inches; 234mm × 156mm; 54 pages


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