(NAVAL TREATIES). Extracts from the Several Treaties Subsisting between Great-Britain and Other Kingdoms and States, of Such Articles and Clauses as Relate to the Duty and Conduct of the Commanders of the King of Great-Britain's Ships of War. Together with Such Articles of Later Treaties, as Revive or Confirm Any Former Treaties, which Bear Any Relation to the Same. London: [n.p.], 1747. 2nd ed. Small 4to. xxiv,264pp. Engraved frontis. Woodcut head- and tail-pieces. Contemporary speckled calf ruled in blind, raised spine bands, red morocco spine label. Minor wear to spine ends and lower corners, joints cracked but holding, faint uniform toning, else very good. Sabin 23535. A guide issued to senior naval officers. Several of the treaties relate to North America, such as the 1670 Treaty of Madrid, the 1686 treaty with France, and the 1713 Treaty of Utrecht.