Ship Captains Handbooks Manuals Etc Early Works To 1800 : A treasury for dealers, or, The merchant, cash keeper, masters, owners of ships, freighters, factors, mariner, and notary publick's best instructor and companion [electronic resource] : in three parts ... / by J.C., Notar. Pub.; J. C.,
Ship Models China : Shaky ships : the formal richness of Chinese shipbuilding : exhibition catalogue, May 8-December 1993 : National Maritime Museum Antwerp / ed. W. Johnson.; Nationaal Scheepvaartmuseum te Antwerpen.
Ship Models Egypt : Catalogue of Egyptian antiquities in the British Museum.; British Museum.
Ship Models England Early Works To 1800 : The compleat modellist : shewing the true and exact way of raising the model of any ship or vessel, small or great, either in proportion, or out of proportion. Also the manner how to find the length of every rope exactly. And tables which give the true bigness of every rope in each vessel. Together with the weights of their cables and anchors. / Performed by Thomas Miller of Great Yarmouth, seaman and master in the art of raising the model.; Miller, Thomas,
Ship Models Exhibitions : Ship models : their purpose and development from 1650 to the present / Brian Lavery, Simon Stephens ; illustrated from the ship model collection of the National Maritime Museum, Greenwich.; Lavery, Brian W.,
Ship Money Great Britain : The case of shipmony briefly discoursed, according to the grounds of law, policy, and conscience [electronic resource] : and most humbly presented to the censure and correction of the High Court of Parliament, Nov. 3. 1640.; Parker, Henry,
Ship Physicians Great Britain Diaries : From the deep of the sea : being the diary of the late Charles Edward Smith, M.R.C.S., surgeon of the whale-ship Diana, of Hull / edited by his son, Charles Edward Smith Harris.; Smith, Charles Edward,
Ship Propulsion Early Works To 1800 : Navigation improv'd: or, The art of rowing ships of all rates, in calms, with a more easy, swift, and steady motion, than oars can. : Also, a description of the engine that performs it; and the author's answer to all Mr. Dummer's objections that have been made against it ... / By Tho. Savery, gent.; Savery, Thomas,
Ship Propulsion Miscellanea : The destroying angel amongst the coal viewers, mock engineers, false philosophers, babbling astronomers, weathercock preachers, and Puseyite priests [electronic resource].; Martin, Wm.
Ship Propulsion Technological Innovations : Description of the naval automaton, invented by J.A. Etzler, and lately patented in England, France, Holland, Belgium and the United States of North America [electronic resource].; Etzler, J. A.