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Sea-officer
Vernon (Admiral)
Vernon, Edward
Vernon, Edward (Admiral)
Dates: 
1684-1757
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Ford, Worthington Chauncey (1858-1941)
Jay I. Kislak Collection (Library of Congress)
Library of Congress. Manuscript Division
Miscellaneous Pamphlet Collection (Library of Congress)
Ogle, Chaloner Sir, 1681?-1750
Ranft, Bryan
Ranft, Bryan (1917-2003)
Ranft, Bryan McLaren (1917-2003)
Wager, Sir Charles (1666-1743))
Wentworth, Thomas (active 1741.)
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Adm. V---n's opinion upon the present state of the British Navy: in a letter to a certain board. To which is annex'd by way of illustration, his letter to the secretary of the same board
Considerations upon the white herring and cod fisheries in which the design of carrying on and improving them ... is fully explained, and freed from all objections
enquiry into the conduct of Capt. M-----n Being remarks on the minutes of the court-martial, and other incidental matters. Humbly addressed to the Honourable House of Commons. By a sea officer., An
genuine speech of the truly honourable Adm-------l V-----------n to the sea-officers, at a council of war, just before the attack of C---------a. As communicated by a person of honour then present, in a letter to his friend., The
List of the Vernon-Wagner manuscripts in the Library of Congress
Original Letters to an Honest Sailor
Original papers relating to the expedition to Panama
second genuine speech, deliver'd by Adm------l V----------n on board the Carolina, to the officers of the navy, immediately after the salley from Fort St. Lazara., A
Some seasonable advice from an honest sailor to whom it might have concerned, for the service of the C-n and c-y.
Specimen of naked truth
Trial of Sir Chaloner Ogle.
true and impartial account of the rise and progress of the South Sea Company wherein the Assiento contract is particularly considered, A : proving the great advantages that would have accrued to England by a faithful observance of it on the part of Spain : with observations on a late pamphlet, intituled, Considerations on the American trade, before and since the establishment of the South Sea Company, detecting the many gross misrepresentations of the author, humbly addressed to Admiral Vernon
Vernon papers, The
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