Sea Horses Early Works To 1800 : Strange and wonderful news from Holbitch [sic] in Lincoln-shire. : Being the true relation of two monstrous fishes, viz. a sea-horse, and sea-mare, of a vast and terrible bulk and bigness, each of them being eighteen foot long, & twelve foot about the bodys, lately cast on shore, to admiration of all the spectators thereabouts. Licensed, November the 15. 1693.
Sea Ice Arctic Regions : Impacts of a warming Arctic : Arctic Climate Impact Assessment / [author, Susan Joy Hassol].; Hassol, Susan Joy.
Sea Ice Polar Regions : Climate change in the polar regions / John Turner and Gareth J. Marshall.; Turner, J.
Sea In Art : Turner & the sea / Christine Riding and Richard Johns.; Riding, Christine,
Sea Level Case Studies : Climate and sea level change : observations, projections, and implications / edited by R.A. Warrick, E.M. Barrow, and T.M.L. Wigley.
Sea Level England : Sea-level changes : North-West England during the Flandrian stage.; Tooley, Michael J.
Sea Level History : The attacking ocean : the past, present, and future of rising sea levels / Brian Fagan.; Fagan, Brian M.
Sea Level Mediterranean Region : Climatic change and the Mediterranean : environmental and societal impacts of climatic change and sea-level rise in the Mediterranean region / edited by L. Jeftic, J.D. Milliman and G. Sestini.
Sea Lions : Seals, sea lions and walruses : a review of the pinnipedia.; Scheffer, Victor B.
Sea Monsters : Beasts of the Deep : Sea Creatures and Popular Culture.; Hackett, Jon.
Sea Monsters Denmark : A true and perfect relation of the taking and destroying of a sea-monster : as it was attested by Mr. Francis Searson, surgeon, who was present at the killing of him.; Searson, Francis.
Sea Monsters Ireland : A true and perfect account of the miraculous sea-monster, or, Wonderful fish lately taken in Ireland : bigger than ox, yet without legs, bones, fins, or scales, with two heads, and ten horns of 10 or 11 foot long, on eight of which horns there grew knobs about the bigness of a cloak-button, in shape like crowns or coronets, to the number of 100 on each horn, which were all to open, and had rows of teeth within them ... : together with the manner how it first appeared and was taken at a place called Dingel Ichough ... / faithfully communicated by an eye witness.; Eye witness.
Sea Poetry English Criticism Textual : The rime of the ancient mariner : complete, authoritative texts of the 1798 and 1817 versions with biographical and historical contexts, critical history, and essays from contemporary critical perspectives / Samuel Taylor Coleridge ; edited by Paul H. Fry.; Coleridge, Samuel Taylor,
Sea Poetry English History And Criticism : The rime of the ancient mariner : complete, authoritative texts of the 1798 and 1817 versions with biographical and historical contexts, critical history, and essays from contemporary critical perspectives / Samuel Taylor Coleridge ; edited by Paul H. Fry.; Coleridge, Samuel Taylor,
Sea Power Early Works To 1800 : Englands-exchequer. Or A discourse of the sea and nauigation : with some things thereto coincident concerning plantations. Likewise some particular remonstrances, how a sea-force might be profitably imployed. Wherein by the way, is likewise set downe the great commodities and victories the Portingalls, Spaniards, Dutch, and others, haue gotten by nauigation and plantations, in the West-Indies, and else-where. Written as an incouragement to our English nation to affect the like, who are better prouided then any of those. By Iohn Hagthorpe Gent.; Hagthorpe, John.
Sea Power England Early Works To 1800 : A true and credible report, of a great and very daungerous fight at sea, : betwene certaine ships belonging to sundrye merchants of England, and fiue well approoued ships of warre of the King of Spaines: which fight hapned the 25. of May last past 1600. within the straightes of Gibraltare. The truth thereof beeing faithfully sent from one friend to an other..