Ship Registers France Early Works To 1800 : A true list of the French fleet for the year 1692. : Commanded by the Count de Tourville, consisting of two squadrons, the blue and the white, with the number of men and guns. From the copy printed at Paris, by the French king's order.
Ship Registers Great Britain 17th Century : A list of ships taken since July, 1677 from his Majesties subjects, by the corsairs of Algier. : With their names, masters names, and places to which they belong'd, and time of taking : with a modest estimate of the loss.
Ship Registers Virginia : The Naval Office shipping lists for Virginia, 1698-1769, in the Public Record Office [microform].
Ship Registers Wales Cardiff South Glamorgan : A narrative of the life and sufferings of Nicholas Brewer, of the town of Cardiff, in the county of Glamorgan, master marinerplicated to justice, and prevent the repetition of such conduct in future, to the great injury of the shipping interest in general, and by which no floating property would be safe [electronic resource].; Brewer, Nicholas,
Ship Registers West Indies : The Naval Office shipping lists for the West Indies, 1678-1825, (excluding Jamaica) in the Public Record Office, London [microform] / introduction by Walter E. Minchinton and Peter Waite.
Shipbuilding Belgium : Notice sur le doublage des navires en zinc [electronic resource] / publiée par le direction de la Société des mines et fonderies de zinc de la Vieille-Montagne.; Société des mines et fonderies de zinc de la Vieille-Montagne.
Shipbuilding Canada History : Wooden ships and iron men : the story of the square-rigged merchant marine of British North America, the ships, their builders and owners and the men who sailed them.; Wallace, Frederick William.