ts that great officer at the age most characteristic of his particular professional distinction, as by me understood.
A T. MAHAN. OCTOBER, 1901.
Page I Introductory.--Conditions of Naval Warfare at the Beginning of the Eighteenth Century 3
II Progress of Naval Warfare during the Eighteenth Century Hawke: The Spirit 77
III Progress of Naval Warfare during the Eighteenth Century (Continued) Rodney: The Form 148
IV Howe: The General Officer, as Tactician 254
V Jervis: The General Officer, as Disciplinarian and Strategist 320
VI Saumarez: The Fleet Officer and Division Commander 382
VII Pellew: The Frigate Captain and Partisan Officer 428
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Edward, Lord Hawke Frontispiece From an engraving by W. Holl, after the painting by Francis Cotes in the Naval Gallery at Greenwich Hospital.
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