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The Naval Miscellany. Morriss, Roger. New York: National Maritime Museum, Invaluable source for a researcher into the documents available in North America on the Royal Navy. London: Oxford University Press, The Navy as an instrument of policy Essays in Naval History from medieval to modern. Burlington, VT: Ashgate, Senior, William.

Naval History in the law courts. London: Longmans Green and Co Ltd, Tracy, Nicholas ed. Tunstall, Brian ed. London: George Routledge and Sons Ltd, Lambert, Craig.

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Aldershot, England: Scolar Press, Fowler, Elaine W. English Seapower in the Early Tudor Period, Knighton, C. Moorhouse, Geoffrey. London: Weidenfeld and Nicholson, Spont, Alfred. Letters and Papers relating to the war with France However, under Elizabeth, the foundations of English naval superiority were laid and the first legends of the Navy came into being. Adamson, J. Boston: Gambit Incorporated, Andrews, Kenneth R. English privateering voyages to the West Indies, The Autobiography of Phineas Pett. Edited by W. Corbett, Julian S. Drake and the Tudor Navy. London: Longmans, Green, and Co.

Elizabethan naval administration. Miller, Helen Hill. Chapel Hill: Algonquin Books, National Maritime Museum. The Elizabeth Navy and the armada of Spain. Pollitt, Ronald Lee. The Elizabethan Navy Board: a study in administrative evolution. Northwestern University: Microfilm, Southey, Robert. Edited by David Hanay. London: Methuen, English seamen: Hawkins, Greenville, Devereux, Raleigh. Edited by David Hannay.

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Kelsey, Harry. Konstam, Angus. Oxford: Osprey, Wernham, R. The destruction of the Armada is one of the key events in English and Royal Navy history and what makes the story even more remarkable is just how close Philip II came to achieving his goal. Fernandez-Armesto, Felipe. The Spanish Armada: the experience of war in Oxford: Oxford University press, Hadfield, A.

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New York: W. Norton and co. Martin, Colin. Marx, Robert. The Battle of the Spanish Armada New York: World Publishing Co. McDermott, James. Rasor, Eugene L. The Spanish Armada of Historiography and annotated Bibliography. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, Useful starting point for the researcher on the Armada. Stenuit, Robert. Treasures of the Armada.

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The Anglo-Dutch Wars of the 17 th Century. London: HM Stationery Off. Colliber, Samuel. London: R. Robinson, England in the Mediterranean: Davies, J. Barnsley: Seaforth Publishing, James I, Charles I, Commonwealth: A period better known for its land campaigns and the personalities of men such as Oliver Cromwell, the Royal Navy nevertheless played a major role in this era. It is an era of Naval History that deserves more scrutiny and the Navy Department Library material is an excellent place to start delving deeper into the Royal Navy at this time.

Andrews, Kenneth. Gardiner, Samuel ed. Holland, John. Discourses of the Navy and inc. Edited by J. McGowan, A. Penn, Granville. London: James Duncan, Powell, J. London: Archon Books, Timings eds. Documents relating to the Civil War Anderson, R. The Journals of Sir Thomas Allin Journals and Narrative of the Third Dutch War. Burchett, Josiah. London: John Nutt, London: W. Walthoe in the Temple Cloysters, Catalogue of the Pepysian Manuscripts.

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Salmond, Anne. Bligh: William Bligh in the South Seas. Berkeley: University of California Press, Toohey, John. New York: HarperCollins Publishers, The War of American Independence: The Royal Navy played a key role in attempting to subdue the revolt of the American colonists. Confronted with the attempt to blockade a vast coastline and run down numerous blockade runners, the war challenged the Royal Navy in new ways, a task that gained in complexity once France and Spain entered the war on the side of the nascent United States.

An Officer. A Short Account of the Naval actions of the last war. London: J. Murray, Begnaud, Allen Eustis. Drinkwater, John. A History of the Siege of Gibraltar: London: John Murray, Falkner, James. Fire over the Rock: the Great siege of Gibraltar, Barnsley: Pen and Sword Military, Graham, Gerald Sanford. Stationery Office, Hamilton, R. Vesey and John Knox Laughton. Recollections of James Anthony Gardner Hughes, Edward, ed. Correspondence of Lord Collingwood. The British Navy in adversity; a study of the war of American Independence. City of Portsmouth, Naval Documents of the American Revolution.

Collection of Primary source documents from combatants on both sides of the conflict, with emphasis on US Navy. Pasley, Rodney M. Private Sea Journals Syrett, David. Shipping and the American War ; a study of British transport Organization. London: University of London, Athlone Press, Tilley, John Andrew. Ohio State University Press, The British Navy and the American Revolution. Navies, Deterrence, and American Independence. Vancouver: University of British Columbia Press, The myth and legend of the superiority of the Royal Navy was established in this conflict.

For over a century afterwards, that myth of Royal Navy superiority and strength would remain unchallenged. It is often this period that many historians and popular amateurs think of when they consider the glory of the Royal Navy. Duncan, Archibald. Cundee, Edited by Nicholas Harris Nicolas. London: Henry Colburn Publisher, Drinkwater, Bethune.

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