William Godwin's Diary

Texts Godwin Read


Burchet (23  June  1828) Burchett, JosiahA complete history of the most remarkable transactions at sea; from the earliest accounts of time to the conclusion of the last war with France. Wherein is given an account of the most considerable naval expeditions, sea-fights, stratagems, discoveries, and other maritime occurrences that have happen'd among all nations which have flourished at sea, and in a more particular manner of Great Britain, from the time of the Revolution, in the year 1688, to the aforesaid period. Adorn'd with sea charts adapted to the history, with an exact index of the names of all the places where any considerable battel has been fought, in any part of the world. In five books. By Josiah Burchett, Esq. Secretary of the Admiralty. 1720
WG's History of the Commonwealth cites:
Burchet, Naval History of England, p. 385 to 389 (7:194).
WG reads in the British Museum on this date. The British Library holds an edition of this work.

Mentions in the Diary