THE NAVY AND SOUTH AMERICA 1807-1823. CORRESPONDENCE OF THE COMMANDERS-IN-CHIEF ON THE SOUTH AMERICAN STATION. EDITED BY GERALD S. GRAHAM AND R.A. HUMPHREYS.
London, The Navy Records Society, 1962. xxxiv, 394p., map, index, boards Good Hardcover Documents of five commanders-in-chiefs and their subordinates on the South American naval station. Officers of the Royal Navy acted as consuls and diplomats to protect British interests and trade, creating direct contacts with South America (Item ID: 60691)