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 Registers England Devon : Ships' crews lists : a handlist of records in the Devon Record Office : a list with introduction.; Devon Record Office.
Ship Registers England Early Works To 1800 : A list of several ships belonging to English merchants, taken by French privateers : since December, one thousand six hundred seventy and three. Also a brief account touching what applications hath been made for redress, at the council-board, and with the committee of trade.
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 Great Britain Early Works To 1800 : A list of such ships and frigots belonging to the Parliament : as also of such merchants ships as are set forth to sea, and prepared for the service of the Parliament in this summers expedition, 1647. Together with the names of the captains and commanders of the said ships and frigots.
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.