This is a condensed list of some of my other published work.

‘Great Neptunes of the Main: Myths, Mangled Histories, and Maritime Monarchy in the Navy of the Stuarts’, in Ideologies of Naval Power, 1500-1815, ed. by A James, G Rommelse and myself, forthcoming

‘Chatham, 1667’ in Great Battles and their Myths, ed. B Heuser and A Leoussi, forthcoming

‘The Strange Life and Stranger Death of Milford Dockyard’, in Transactions of the Naval Dockyards Society (forthcoming)

‘The English Perspective’ [on the Dutch attack on the Medway, 1667] in Marineblad, June 2017

Introduction to Dutch Warships in the Age of Sail 1600-1714 by James Bender (2014)

‘Pembroke Dock, c.1900-26: Was the Closure of the Royal Dockyard Really “Inevitable”?’, Maritime Wales (2014)

‘The Good Enemy: British Perceptions of Michiel de Ruyter’ in De Ruyter: Dutch Admiral for the Dutch publisher Karwansaray (2011)

‘Les arsenaux royaux anglais au XVIIe siècle’, Neptunia no. 262 (2011)

Foreword to S Murdoch, The Terror of the Seas? Scottish Maritime Warfare 1513-1713 (2010)

Introduction to a new edition of Samuel Pepys’s Memoires of the Royal Navy (2010)

‘”The Strongest Island in the Whole Universe”: Aspects of Anglo-Maltese Naval Relations in the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries’ in Transactions of the Naval Dockyards Society, 2008

‘Robert Blake’, ‘Samuel Pepys’, ‘The Anglo-Dutch Wars’, ‘The Four Days’ Battle’, ‘Chatham’, ‘Portsmouth’, ‘Plymouth’, and ‘Shipboard Life and Organisation: Naval Vessels’ in the Oxford Encyclopaedia of Maritime History (2007)

‘Gibraltar in Naval Strategy, c.1600-1783’ in Transactions of the Naval Dockyards Society, 2004 (2007)

67 entries in the Oxford Dictionary of National Biography (2004), including those on Edward Mountagu, first Earl of Sandwich; Thomas Butler, Earl of Ossory; Admiral George Legge, first Lord Dartmouth; Admiral Sir Robert Holmes; Henry Fitzroy, first Duke of Grafton; Sir Henry Goodricke, ambassador to Spain; Lord George Murray and Adam Ottley, Bishops of St David’s; Sir William Temple, statesman and author; and many naval officers, soldiers and diplomats of the 17th and 18th centuries.

‘Adam, Viscount Duncan, 1731-1804’ in British Admirals of the Napoleonic Wars: Contemporaries of Nelson, ed. P J Le Fevre and R Harding (Chatham Publishing, 2005)

‘Cromwell’s Admirals’ in Cromwelliana (2003)

Over 30 entries in The Encyclopaedia of Naval History, ed. S. C. Tucker (ABC-Clio, Denver, Colorado; 2002).

‘International Relations, War and the Armed Forces’, in The Reigns of Charles II and James VII & II, ed. L K J Glassey (Macmillan, 1997)

‘The English Navy on the Eve of War, 1689’ in Guerres maritimes (1688-1713), ed. P J Le Fevre (Vincennes, 1996)

‘A Permanent Maritime Fighting Force, c1642-88’, Chapter 3 of The Oxford History of the Royal Navy, ed. J R Hill (1995)

‘Blake: Santa Cruz 1657’ in Great Battles of the Royal Navy, ed. E Grove (Arms and Armour Press, 1995)

Section on personnel, 1650-1714, in British Naval Documents, 1204-1960, the centenary volume of the Navy Records Society (1993)

‘The Navy, Parliament and Political Crisis in the Reign of Charles II’, Historical Journal (1992)

‘“A Lover of the Sea and Skilful in Shipping”: King Charles II and His Navy’, Royal Stuart Papers (1992)

‘The Birth of the Imperial Navy? Aspects of English Naval Strategy c1650-90’, Parameters of British Naval Power 1650-1850, ed. M Duffy (Exeter University Press, 1992)

‘James II, William of Orange, and the Admirals’ in By Force or By Default? The Revolution of 1688-89, ed. E Cruickshanks (John Donald, 1989)

‘Pepys and the Admiralty Commission of 1679-84’, Historical Research (1989; revised version of the essay that won the Julian Corbett prize for naval history, University of London, 1986)

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