Official testimonies of the benefits arising from the essence or extract of malt, as used in the British navy, for making wort at sea: consisting of ... journals kept on board the King's ships
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<:imprintFull>:London : printed by Frys and Couchman, 1783. <:collation>:36p. : 8°:
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