"How Britannia Came to Rule the Waves"
Ships of the Ancients.
Nautical Customs derived from the Ancients.
Early English Ships (from A.D. 600 to A.D. 1087.)
The Navy in the days of the Plantagenets—from A.D. 1087 to A.D. 1327.
Ships and Commerce to the reign of Henry the Seventh—from A.D. 1327 to A.D. 1509.
Establishment of the Royal Navy of England—from A.D. 1509 to A.D. 1558.
Reign of Elizabeth—from A.D. 1558 to A.D. 1603.
James the First—from A.D. 1567 to A.D. 1625.
Charles the First to Termination of Commonwealth—A.D. 1625 to A.D. 1660.
Charles the Second and James the Second—from A.D. 1660 to A.D. 1689.
James the Second.
A View of Naval affairs in Charles the Second’s Reign.
William and Mary—from A.D. 1689 to A.D. 1702.
Queen Anne—from A.D. 1702 to A.D. 1714.
George the First and Second—from A.D. 1714 to A.D. 1760.
George the Second.
George the Third—from A.D. 1760 to A.D. 1782.
George the Third—from War with Republican France, A.D. 1792, to end of A.D. 1802.
George the Third—from A.D. 1803 to end of war A.D. 1814.
War with United States of America to war in Syria—from A.D. 1811 to A.D. 1840.
First War with Burmah—1826.
The Second Burmese War—1851-52.
Battle of Navarino—1827.
Warfare in Syria with Mahomet Ali.
First War with China, and efforts to suppress the Slave-Trade—A.D. 1840.
African Coast Blockade.
Dhow chasing on the East Coast of Africa.
Expedition up the Niger.
Warfare in the Nineteenth Century—from A.D. 1845 to A.D. 1900.
Captain Loch’s expedition up the Saint Juan De Nicaragua.
Attacks on Pirates.
War with China—1856.
Operations in the Baltic.
The Evolution of the Modern Warship.
Chapter Twenty One.
Modern Engines of War.
Chapter Twenty Two.
The British Navy of to-day.
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