5 edition of Reminiscences of a naval officer, during the late war. found in the catalog.
|Statement||By Captain A. Crawford ... Embellished with portraits of Admirals Sir Edward Owen and Sir Benjamin Hallowell Carew.|
|LC Classifications||DA88.1.C8 A2|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||04024733|
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Reminiscences of a naval officer, during the late war. With sketches and anecdotes of distinguished commanders by Crawford, Abraham, Pages: Additional Physical Format: Print version: Crawford, Abraham, Reminiscences of a naval officer, during the late war.
London, H. Colburn, Crawford, Abraham, Reminiscences of a naval officer, during the late sketches and anecdotes of distinguished commanders. (London, H. Colburn, ) (page images at HathiTrust) Crawford, Adair, Del calore animale e della combustione sperienze ed Reminiscences of a naval officer, (Bologna, Nell' Instituto delle scienze, ), trans.
by Giuseppe Venturoli (page images at HathiTrust). The first edition of the entertaining and informative memoirs of Royal Navy officer Abraham Crawford and his service in the Mediterranean during the Peninsular War.
Crawford was present at the destruction of the Turkish squadron off Point Pesquies, later serving under Admiral Carew in the blockade of Toulon and at the Siege of Tarragona ().
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