Ships Great Britain History 17th Century Early Works To 1800 : A list of his Majesties navie royall, and merchant ships, their names, captains, men, ordnance, in every ship, now set forth for the guard of the narrow seas, and for the coast of Ireland in this present expedition, 1643 : Vnder the command of the Right Honourable Robert Earle of VVarwick, admirall and commander in chiefe of the said fleet.
Ships History 16th Century : The Cattewater wreck : [interim report on the wreck discovered in the Cattewater, Plymouth on 20 June 1973 / compiled by Austin C. Carpenter, K.H. Ellis, J.E.G. McKee].; Carpenter, Austin C.
Ships History 19th Century : Re-inventing the ship : science, technology and the maritime world, 1800-1918 / edited by Don Leggett and Richard Dunn.; Leggett, Don.
Ships History Congresses : Ships and maritime landscapes : proceedings of the Thirteenth International Symposium on Boat and Ship Archaeology, Amsterdam 2012 / edited by Jerzy Gawronski, André van Holk & Joost Schokkenbroek.; International Symposium on Boat and Ship Archaeology
Ships Legends England Early Works To 1800 : Strange and wonderful news : being a true, tho' sad relation of six sea-men. (Belonging to the Margaret of Boston,) who sold themselves to the devil, and were invisibly carry'd away. : With an account of the said ship being sunk under water, where she continued full eleven weeks : all which time, to admiration, the rest of the ship's crew liv'd, and fed upon raw meat, and live fish, that swam over their heads. : The names of three persons, that were (thro' mercy) preserv'd so long under water, were William Davies, (a man very well known to the merchants in London,) Mr. VVilliam Kadner, and Mr. William Bywater. : There was only one boy drowned. : The truth of which strange and miraculous relation, will be attested at Mr. Loyd's coffee house, near the general post-office, in Lombard-Street; where the original letter at large, will be shewn to any person that desires to be further satisfy'd in the truth hereof; : and by several eminent merchants upon the Exchange.