Collection of Caravan Maritime Books
キャラバンマリタイムブックスコレクション

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Abbot, Willis J. (Willis John), 1863-1934 The naval history of the United States 1896 THE NAVAL HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES, the naval activities of the “Bluejackets in the American Revolution, War of 1812, the Civil War, to the launching of the battleship “Massachusetts” in 1896. 170 engravings and drawings. New York, 1896. 397.253||A 1
Ainslie, Kenneth Pacific ordeal 1956 PACIFIC ORDEAL, the story of the harrowing adventures and hardships encountered by a tug towing four minesweepers from Panama to Manila in 1947. 6 illustrations and a map. New York & London, 1956. 558.02||A 8
Allen, Everett S. Arctic odyssey : the life of Rear Admiral Donald B. MacMillan 1962 ARCTIC ODYSSEY, The Life of Rear Admiral Donald B. MacMillan, the sea, land and air experiences from 1908-1957 in the northern wastes above Baffin Bay; by dog teams, canoe, schooner BOWDOIN, motorboat, snowmobile, cabin cruiser and by plane. 36 photos, 2 maps, New York, 1963. 289.3||M 5
Anson, George Anson, Baron, 1697-1762 ; Walter, Richard, 1716?-1785 A voyage round the world in the years MDCCXL,I,II,III,IV vol. 1 1785 A VOYAGE ROUND THE WORLD IN THE YEARS 1740, 1, 2, 3, 4. Compiled from his papers by Richard Walter. Fold track chart of the “Centurion.” 12mo, old calf, neatly rebacked with gilt decorations. Tight throughout. Usual intermittent age browning. Former owner’s name on top edge of title page. (This ed. not listed in Sabin.) Kilmarnock, 1785. 558.02||A 9
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Appel, Joseph H. ; Welsh, Clarence A world cruise log   A WORLD CRUISE LOG, descriptive, on the spot details, in compact form, of a world tour. 47 illustrations. New York, 1926. 290.9||A 1
Archer, William The pirate's progress : a short history of the U-boat 1918 THE PIRATE’S PROGRESS, a concise history of the U-Boat, its use in blockade, attacks on hospital and relief ships, the sinking of the Lusitania. Wrappers. New York, 1918. 397.234||A 1
Atherton, W. H. ; Mellanby, A. L. The resistance and power of steamships 1903 The RESISTANCE and POWER OF STEAMSHIPS, a technical study, and the mathematical calculations involved; with the use of Kirk’s block models and experiments at the towing tank at Torquay. Three chapters are devoted to anti-fouling methods. 63 figures. Manchester, 1903. 551.2||A 2||C7
Augusta, Josef ; Burian, Zdenk Prehistoric sea monsters /Josef Augusta/illustrated under the direction of the author by Zdenk Burian/translated by Margot Schierl 1964 PREHISTORIC SEA MONSTERS, from early fish-like reptiles to turtles of the primeval seas. With photos of fossil remains and 26 colorplates. Folio. London, 1964. 457.87||A 1
Backman, Brian ; Backman, Phil Bluenose 1975 BLUENOSE, A SHIP LOVED, LOST AND REBORN. The amazing saga of the first “Bluenose,” lavishly illustrated with photos from the files of the greatest marine photographer, W. R. Mac-A skill; together with the birth of the exact replica “ Bluenose U” in the same port, Lunenburg, Nova Scotia. Retold is the enthralling story of the great schooner races, and a profile plan of hull, rigging, sails and dimensions. Toronto, 1965. 556.79||B 6
Barbour, Philip L. The three worlds of Captain John Smith 1964 THE THREE WORLDS OF CAPT. JOHN SMITH, the adventurer and pirate by 1604, voyaging as a colonist by 1614, And promoter of New England, with commentaries, bibliography, 16 illustrations from old engravings and 6 maps. London, 1964. 289.3||S 3
Barnes, James ; Zogbaum, R.F. ; Chapman, Carlton T. Yankee ships and Yankee sailors : tales of 1812 1897 YANKEE SHIPS AND YANKEE SAILORS: Tales of 1812, escapes and adventures of historical incidents, of deeds that are part of the nation’s record. First ed. New York, 1897. 901.8||B 1
Barrett, John Admiral George Dewey 1899 ADMIRAL GEORGE DEWEY, a sketch of the man at work and repose; the naval action during the Spanish-American War, 1898. 24 illustrations. New York, 1899. 289.53||D 1
Barrett, Walter The old merchants of New York City v. 1〜5 1885 OLD MERCHANTS OF NEW YORK CITY; Scoville, a journalist and novelist, relates in a rambling, gossipy from, the history of the city’s commercial life, considered an important work, as it gives personal incidents, sketches, bits of biography and events in the life of about 7200 named merchants of New York. Large 8vo full cloth, top edge gilt. 5 volumes. A very good set, (seldom found complete since it was published in a series at various times). New York, 1885. (Howes, S.245). 672.53||B 1
Barrow, John, Sir, 1764-1848 A visit to Iceland, by way of tronyem in the Flower of Yarrow yacht, in the summer of 1834   A VISIT TO ICELAND, By Way of Tronyemin, the “Flower of Yellow” Yacht, the Summer of 1834 observation on the life and culture of the Islanders. 9 engravings, orig. cloth, paper label, scarce, top of spine shows slight wear. Complete, with extra plate (opp. p. 196) not included in the list of plates. London, 1835. 293.899||B 1
Barrow, John, Sir, 1764-1848 A description of Pitcairn's Island and its inhabitants : wiith an authentic account of the mutiny of the ship Bounty, and of the subsequent fortunes of the mutineers (Harper's family library:no. 31) 1832 THE EVENTFUL HISTORY OF THE MUTINY AND PIRATICAL SEIZURE OF H.M.S.BOUNTY: A Description of Pitcairn’s Island and Its Inhabitants. With an authentic account of the mutiny of the ship Bounty, and of the subsequent fortunes of the mutineers. Two engraved frontispieces, in addition, a 3-page manuscript note has been inserted following the last page, relating to the removal of 87 people from Pitcairn to Otaheite by the British ship Comet and the transfer of 75 people back to Pitcairn by Capt. Drive of Salem, Mass. on the ship Charles Drogget. A copy of the August 2, 1831letter from the “people of Pitcairn’s Island,” signed by their teacher, Geo. H. Hobbs, to Messrs. N. S. Rogers & Brothers, the Salem owners of the ship, concludes the manuscript. 1st American edition. 12mo, original cloth, slightly cracked on rear hinge. No. XXXI of the Harper’s Family Library. New York 1832. 901.8||B 2
Bartlett Robert A. The log of Bob Bartlett : the true story of forty years of seafaring and exploration 1928 THE LOG OF BOB BARTLETT, the sage of 40 years of seafaring & explorations in the Polar regions of a master mariner. 27 illustrations. New York, 1928 289.3||B 2
Bates, Alan L. Belle of Louisville : Ohio river steamboat 1965 BELLE OF LOUISVILLE, Ohio River Steamboat Packet, excursion boat & ferry-1914-62. 41 photos & charts. Berkeley, 1965. 556.4||B 2
Batten, John M. (John Mullin), 1837-1916 Reminiscences of two years in the United States Navy 1881 REMINISCENCES OF TWO YEARS IN THE UNITED STATES NAVY, a Civil War journal (1864-66) covering 66 detailed events, kept by an assistant surgeon. Orig. 12mo cloth. Privately printed. Two engravings pasted in front of Ericsson and the Launch of the “Monitor.” Lancaster, 1881. (Howes-236) 397.253||B 1
Baxley, H. Willis What I saw on the west coast of south and north America, and at the Hawaiian islands   WHAT I SAW IN THE WEST COAST OF SOUTH AND NORTH AMERICA, and at the HWAIIAN ISLANDS. First edition of this scarce narrative by a Baltimorean during his 1860-62 service as Special Commissioner of the United States. Descriptions of journeys in California and the Hawaiian Islands. Numerous full-page and text wood-engravings. Large 8vo, cloth, worn; some margins dampstained. N. Y. 1865 295.3||B 1
Bayley, F.W.N. ; Cotton, J.S. The new tale of a tub : an adventure in verse   THE NEW TALE OF A TUB; An Adventure In Verse, With Illustrations After Designs By Lt. J. S. Cotton. 7 plates, small 8 vo, blue cloth. Internally as new. New York. 1854 931||B 12
Bean, C.E.W. Flagships three 1913 FLAGSHIPS THREE, the narrative of the flagships and their influence on the growth of the Australian Navy. 4 photos and 28 drawings, London, 1915 397.71||B 1
Beaudout, Henri The lost one 1957 THE LOST ONE ?L’EGARE II, a voyage across The Atlantic in a log raft with 19’×14’ squaresail; sailing W. To. E., 88 days, 3 men and 2 cats from Nova Scotia to Falmouth, England. 43 photos. London, 1957 558.02||B 15
Beaver, Patrick The big ship : Brunel's Great Eastern/a pictorial history 1969 THE BIG SHIP: Brunel’s Great Eastern. A pictorial history of a 680’ leviathan propelled by side-paddle wheels, screw and 6500 sq. ft. of sail; a product of under-financing, under-powering, and continuous “bad luck;” from the time of her launching in 1854 to being demolished in 1888; record of a cable layer and activities under Cyrus Field. Over 150 photos. 4to, mint copy. London, 1969. 550.2||B 7
Beechey, Frederick William, 1796-1856 ; Beechey, H. W. Proceedings of the expedition to explore the northern coast of Africa, from Tripoly eastward in MDCCCXXI and MDCCCXXII : comprehending an account of the Greater Syrtis and Cyrenaica and of the ancient cities composing the pentapolis 1828 PROCEEDINGS OF THE EXPEDITION TO EXPLORE THE NORTHERN COAST OF AFRICA FROM TRIPOLY EASTWARD; in 1821-22. The results of this expedition were chronicled in this journal to which Henry Beechey lent additional interest by numerous charming drawings, illustrative of the art and natural peculiarities of the classic region. Rear Admiral F.W.Beechey entered the Navy in 1806 accompanied Franklin’s Arctic expedition 1818. 13 charts and plans and 10 plates (2 in color), first edition, 4to, full old calf (rebacked). London, 1828. 294.31||B 1
Benjamin, Park The United States Naval Academy being the Yarn of the American Midshipman....   THE UNITED STATES NAVAL ACADEMY. The naval cadet life and the schooling written by a member of the class of 1867. 72 illustrations, 8vo. cloth, ex-libris, New York, 1900. 397.253||B 2
Berners, Juliana, b. 1388? ; Worde, Wynkyn de, d. 1534? ; Watkins, Morgan George, 1835- A treatyse of fysshynge wyth an angle 1880 A Treatyse of Fysshynge with an Angle: Being a Faesimilie Reproduction of the First Book on the Subject of Fishing Printed in England by Wynkyn De Worde at Westminster in 1496 w/intro. by M.G.Watkins. Soft covers (slightly chipped) tissue dust wraps, as issued, overall very good. London, n.d. (ca. 1880). 933||B 9
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Bestic, Albert Arthur Kicking canvas 1958 KICKING CANVAS, an incredible 1st voyage on a 3-masted sailing ship, 8 mos. of storms & mutiny. N.Y. 1958-9. 558.02||B 17
Biddlecombe, George, 1807-1878 ; Steel, David, d. ca. 1810 The art of rigging : containing an explanation of terms and phrases and the progressive method of rigging expressly adapted for sailing ships 1969 THE ART OF RIGGING: Containing an Explanation of terms and phrases and the Progressive Method of Rigging Expressly Adapted for Sailing Ships. 17 plates. One of 950 copies. Salem, 1925. 1969 Reprint 558.12||B 2
Blake, E. Vale Arctic experiences : containing Capt. George E. Tyson's wonderful drift on the ice-floe, a history of the polaris expedition, the cruise of the Tigress, and rescue of the polaris survivors to which is added a general Arctic chronology 1874 ARCTIC EXPERIENCES: Containing Capt. George E. Tyson’s Wonderful Drift on the Ice-Floe, A History of the Polaris Expedition, the Cruise of the “Tigress,” and Rescue of the Polaris Survivors. To which is Added A General Arctic Chronology. 78 engravings. 3/4 calf, marble boards, scuffed at edges, cracked at hinges. New York, 1874. 297.9||B 1
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Blanchard, Fessenden Seaver ; Conett, Eugene V. Long Island Sound 1958 LONG ISLAND SOUND, a complete description from early history and geography to present-day cruising and racing. With a guide to the harbors, towns, yacht clubs and interesting places along the north, south and eastern shores. Princeton, 1958 299.51||B 1
Blanding, Stephen F. Recollections of a sailor boy or the cruise of the gunboat Louisiana 1886 RECOLLECTIONS OF A SAILOR BOY or the Cruise of the Gunboat “Louisiana.” Life aboard a man-of-war during the Civil War. Unusually fine condition. Providence, 1886 933||B 10
Bliss, William Root The old colony town and other sketches 1893 THE OLD COUNTRY AND THE AMBIT OF BUZZARDS BAY; Eleven Other Sketches about the Cape Cod Shore. Wrecks and days at sea. Boston, 1893 934||B 4
Bodley, R. V. C. (Ronald Victor Courtenay), b. 1892 Admiral Togo : the authorized life of admiral of the fleet, Marquis Heihachiro Togo, O.M. 1935 ADMIRAL TOGO, the life of the Admiral of the Japanese fleet, the rise of the fleet and the ultimate defeat of the Russian Navy in the Pacific. 16 illustrations. London, 1935 289.1||T 1
Bonnefoux, Pierre-Marie-Joseph, baron de, 1782-1855 Manッuvrier complet : ou trait des manッuvres de mer, soit ` bord des bツtiments ` voiles, soit ` bord des bツtiments ` vapeur 18-- MANOEUVRIER COMPLET OU TRAITE DES MANOUEVRES DE MER SOIT A BORD DES BATIMENTS A VOILES…A VAPEUR. Introduction by A. Paris. The most outstanding treatise on the French marine, handling of naval ships, sailing frigates and steam auxiliaries. Text in French. Three-quarter black morocco, marbled boards. Very fine internally. Paris, n.d. (ca.1835) 558.11||B 5
Booth, Henry, 1788-1869 The theory and practice of propelling through water, with observations on the comparative resistance offered by water to bodies moving through it, at different velocities 1842 THEORY AND PRACTISE OF PROPELLING THROUGH WATER with Observations… Improved method of Applying Mechanical Power to Steam Navigation for which H. M. letters patents have been granted. Tables of speeds and resistances. 3 plates. Wrappers. Liverpool 1842 551.2||B 3
Borden, John, Mrs. The cruise of the Northern Light : explorations and hunting in the Alaskan and Siberian Arctic 1928 THE CRUISE OF THE NORTHERN LIGHT, exploration and hunting in Alaska and the Siberian Arctic, with eight sea scouts as crew on a 140-ft. schooner. 90 illustrations. New York, 1928 278||B 1
Bougainville, Louis-Antoine de, comte, 1729-1811 Voyage autour du monde, par la fr使ate du roi la Boudeuse, et la flute l'wtoile, en 1766, 1767, 1768 & 1769 1771 VOYAGE AUTOUR DU MONDE, par la fregate du Roi La Boudeuse, et La Flute L’Etoile; en 1766, 1767, 1768 & 1769. 23 maps & plates. First edition in French, in original binding of speckled calf; very fine internally, plates are immaculate. Paris, 1771. 558.02||B 18
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Bouguer, M. (Pierre), 1698-1758 De la manッuvre des vaisseaux, ou trait de m残hanique et de dynamique : dans lequel on r仕uit a des solutions tras-fimples les problトmes de Marine les plus difficiles, qui ont pour objet le mouvement du Navire 1757 DE LA MANOEUVRE DES VAISSEAUX, ou Traite de Mechanique et de Dynamique dans lequel on reduit a des Solutions tres-simples les Problemes de Marine les plus difficiles qui ont pour Objet le Mouvement due Navire. (Bouguer, foremost Hydrographer and Mathematician of France, invented the Heliometer, and introduced the sextant for navigation purposes. He was Geometer of the Academie des Sciences and folding plans; old calf, worn. Paris, 1757. 558.1||B 8
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Boyd, Louise Arner, 1887-1970 The coast of Northeast Greenland : with hydrographic studies in the Greenland Sea, The Louise A. Boyd Arctic Expeditions of 1937 and 1938 (Special publication:no. 30) 1948 THE COAST OF NORTH-EAST GREENLAND, hydrographic studies in the Greenland Sea. Arctic Expedition of 1937-8, with 194 photos, sketches, graphs and drawings; a technical study in geobiology and oceanography. Very fine copy. New York,1948. 450.978||B 1
Brouwer, Dirk, 1902- ; Keator, Frederic W. (Frederic William), 1896- ; McMillen, Drury Albert, 1888- ; Weems, P.V.H. Spherographical navigation 1944 SPHEROGRAPHICAL NAVIGATION, a new aid to simplify nautical astronomy. N. Y. 1944 558.2||B 1
Brown, Lloyd Arnold, 1907- The story of maps 1949 THE STORY OF MAPS, An Essential Companion to the Literature of Travel, a Complete & Authoritative History of the Science of Cartography, colored frontis, 82 facsimiles of the works of great map-makers & geographers, with reference notes and bibliography. New York, n. d. (ca. 1950). 290.38||B 2
Bruce, William S. ; Brown, Robert Neal Rudmose ; Burn Murdoch, W. G. (William Gordon), 1862-1939 A naturalist at the poles : the life work & voyages of Dr. W.S. Bruce, the polar explorer 1923 A NATURALIST AT THE POLES, The Life, Work & Voyages of Dr. W. S. Bruce, The Polar Explorer, with 5 chapters by W.Murdoch. 88 illustrations & 3 maps. 1/4 inch tear on top edge of spine, otherwise a very good copy. Thick 8vo. London, 1923 289.3||B 4
Bryce, George The siege and conquest of the North Pole 1910 THE SIEGE AND CONQUEST OF THE NORTH POLE. Fourteen attempts and voyages of discovery to the North West, from Parry’s expedition of 1827 to Peary, 1909. Nine maps. London, 1910. 299.7||B 1
Buchan, John, 1875-1940 Naval episodes of the great war 1938 NAVAL EPISODES OF THE GREAT WAR, chief naval operations, and deals in some details with the problems of commerce, contraband, and blockade.28 maps and illustrations. London, 1938. 391.27||B 1
Buchanan, Lamont Ships of steam 1956 SHIPS OF STEAM, an illustrated history of the development of watercraft propelled by steam from the 18th century to the present day. Over 200 illustrations. New York, 1956. 550.2||B 8
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Bullocke, John Greville, 1898- Sailors' rebellion : a century of naval mutinies 1938 SAILOR’S REBELLION. Century of naval mutinies: outstanding events of mutiny in British naval history (Benbow, 1702 to Hermoine, 1797) 8 illustrations. Thick large 8vo. London, 1938. 558.02||B 19
Burgess, Joseph Tom, 1828-1886 ; Irving, John (John James Cawdell) Knots, ties and splices : a handbook for seafarers, travellers and all who use cordage : with practical notes on wire and wire splicing, angler's knots, etc [rev. ed.] / revised and rewritten by J. Irving 1934 KNOTS, TIES AND SPLICES, for sailors, yachtsmen and all who handle ropes, with 223 illustrations. N.Y. 1938. 558.12||B 3
Burns, Walter Noble A year with a whaler 1919 A YEAR WITH A WHALER, life aboard the whaler “Alexander,” out of New York Bedford, to the Arctic Seas along the Alaskan & Siberian shores. 16 illustrations, spine worn. New York, 1913. 664.96||B 2
Burpee, Lawrence J. (Lawrence Johnstone), 1873-1946 The search for the western sea : the story of the exploration of north-western America new and rev. ed. vol.1〜2 1936 THE SEARCH FOR THE WESTERN SEA, the Story of the exploration of North Western America. An invaluable source work with a 15-page bibliography. New and revised edition. 61 illustrations and maps. 2 vols. New York, 1936. 295||B 1
Burrows, C. W. ; Miller, F. S. Scapa and a camera : pictorial impressons of five years spent at the Grand Fleet Base 1921 SCAPE AND A CAMERA, Pictorial Impressions of Five Years Spent at the Grand Fleet Base, the development of the base, the British Navy at Scapa Flow, and the German ships. 181 photos and 1 folding map, 4to. London, 1921. 397.233||B 1
Butler, William Francis, Sir, 1838-1910 The great lone land : a narrative of travel and adventure in the North-west of America 15th and cheaper ed. 1872 THE GREAT LONE LAND: A Narrative of Travel and Adventure in the North-West of America. Exploring north of the Great Lakes, Saskatchewan and Edmonton. 7 illustrations and 1 folding map. Recent half calf and marbled boards. London, n. d.(ca. 1872). 295.1||B 1
Byron, George Anson Voyage of H.M.S. Blonde to the Sandwich Islands, in the years 1824-1825 1826 The Right Hon. Lord VOYAGE OF H.M.S. ”BLONDE” TO THE SANDWICH ISLANDS IN THE YEARS 1824-25. This expedition, Byron’s last appointment afloat, was undertaken to convey back to the Hawaiian Is. the remains of their king & Queen who had died from measles during their visit to England. Capt. Byron was the cousin of the famous Poet & succeeded to his title. Beautifully bound in 3/4 blue crushed polished calf, gilt-decorated spine, raised dentelles, linen boards, 4to. A folding chart of the voyage, one plan, 13 aquatint plates of portraits & views in Hawaii. Some age staining along the margins, not affecting the text, otherwise a good copy of this very scarce narrative. London, 1826. 558.02||B 20
Cable, Boyd A hundred year history of the P. & O. : Peninsular and Oriental Steam Navigation Company, 1837-1937 1937 A HUNDRED YEAR HISTORY OF THE PENINSULAR AND ORIENTAL STEAM NAVIGATION CO., 1837-1937, the development of auxiliary sail via paddle & steam to the twin-screw turbine diesels, with 12 color plates & 281 silhouette sketches showing changes in design. London, 1937. 683.233||B 3
Calahan, H. A. (Harold Augustin), b. 1889 ; Trevor, John Bond, 1909- Wind and tide in yacht racing 1936 WIND & TIDE IN YACHT RACING, the real “inside” of yacht racing; the importance of wind shifts, fundamental strategies, course selections, 24 illustrations, charts & diagrams containing new instruments for navigation. 4to, cloth. London, 1936. 556.79||C 1||'10
Calvert, James Surface at the Pole : the story of USS Skate 1961 SURFACE AT THE POLE, The Story of U. S. S Skete, submarine operation in the Arctic Ocean and navigation beneath the ice floes. The nuclear breakthrough making the Arctic Ocean of supreme strategic importance in the modern world. 22 photos, drawings and sketches. London, 1961. 558.02||C 16
Carpenter, F. B. (Francis Bicknell), 1830-1900 Six months at the White House with Abraham Lincoln : the story of a picture 1866 SIX MONTHS AT THE WHITE HOUSE, with Abraham Lincoln, The Story of a Picture. Red morocco, gilt-decorated spine and covers, Intaglio engraving from the original photograph by Brady in 1864(frontispiece); numerous engravings and photos. Special edition: extra illustrated. New York, 1866. 289.3||L 2
Carpenter, Frank G. (Frank George), 1855-1924 Alaska : our northern wonderland (Carpenter's world travels) 1923 ALASKA, OUR NORTHERN WONDERLAND, a description of the towns, the finishing and lumber industry, and the natives, with 123 photos and 2colored maps. New York, 1925. 295.4||C 1
Carter, James, b. 1831 In the wake of the setting sun 1908 IN THE WAKE OF THE SETTING SUN, a 260-day steamer voyage round the world in 1907; a panorama of life and customs of ports visited. 60 photos, gilt decorated, large 8vo, London, 1908. 290.9||C 2
Castellan, A. L. (Antoine Laurent), 1772-1838 Letters on Italy 1820 LETTERS ON ITALY: Illustrated by Engravings, observations of the popular place one sees today, described as it was 150 years ago. 7 engravings on 6 plates, very fine condition, quarter cloth & marble boards. London, 1820. 293.7||C 1
Caus, John Log book of the schooner yacht Gypsy on a voyage from Cowes to different parts in the mediterranean commanded by George Merwood : commencing on Thursday June 23rd 1840 ending on Saturday November 26th 1870/kept by John Caus 1870 Manuscript-Log, of the SCHOONER YACHT “GYPSY” on a voyage from Cowes, England to different ports of the Mediterranean, Gibralter, Marseilles, Genoa, commanded by George Merwood, June 23rd, to November, 1870. Log kept by John Caus, mate. Folio, needs rebacking, spine taped. 558.02||G 7
Cellarius, Christoph, 1638-1707 ; Patrick, Samuel, 1684-1748 Christophori Cellarii, smalcaldensis geographia antiqua : recognita denuo, & ad veterum novorumque fcriptorum fidem, hiftoricorum maxime, indentidem caftigata, & 5 editione plurimis locis austa & immutata 1764 GEOGRAPHIA ANTIQUA, Recognita denuo…Quinta Editione…Chartas…Duplicemque Indicem…Geographical atlas with two indices mainly on the Mediterranean world of the ancients. An armillary sphere plate and 26 folding maps (of unusual interest is the 1746 map of the Western Hemisphere “America.”) Polished full calf. text in Latin. Contents and maps in excellent condition. London, 1764. 290.12||C 1
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Champlain, Samuel de, 1567-1635 ; Grant, William Lawson, 1872- Voyages of Samuel de Champlain, 1604-1618 (Original narratives of early American history) 1907 VOYAGES OF SAMUEL DE CHAMPION, 1604-1618, an original narrative of early American History, the exploration of the New England coast, with 3 maps and plans. New York, 1907. 558.02||C 17
Chapelle, Howard Irving The history of American sailing ships 1935 HISTORY OF AMERICAN SAILING SHIPS, from The Colonial period, thru Privateers, Slavers and the gradual development of the American Schooner to the present-day sailing yacht. 20 plates, line drawings and photos, plans and sketches. 1st edition. New Yoke, 1935. 550.2||C 6
Chapin, Howard Millar The Tartar : the armed sloop of the colony of Rhode Island in King George's War 1922 THE TARTAR, The Armed Sloop of the Colony of Rhode Island in King George’s War, 1739-1748. A detailed record of a British colonial ship with an index of men and ships, and reference foot-notes. Providence, 1922. 397.233||C 2
Chapman, Charles The ocean waves : travels by land and sea 1875 THE OCEAN WAVES: TRAVELS BY LAND AND SEA, with facts on storms, shipbuilding in iron, launch of the “City of Berlin, ”history of Inman Line, since 1850, of their steamers, with map of Atlantic voyage of the “City of Richmond. ” London, 1875. 558.04||C 1
Chatterton, E. Keble (Edward Keble), 1878-1944 Gallant gentlemen 1931 GALLANT GENTLEMEN, naval tactics in time of war, dummy fleet, decoy steamers, and piracy; adventurous events during W.W.I, 31 illustrations & 5 maps. London, 1931. 397.233||C 3
Chatterton, E. Keble (Edward Keble), 1878-1944 Q-ships and their story 1922 Q SHIPS AND THEIR STORY, a study of decoy tactics, the use of sailing ships as live bait for German U-boats on the western approaches to England; the unprecedented sea struggles in naval history during W.W.I, London, 1922. 397.233||C 4
Chatterton, E. Keble (Edward Keble), 1878-1944 Sailing models, ancient & modern 1934 SAILING MODELS, ANCIENT AND MODERN. The study of the ship evolution throughout the ages, with 4 colored and 150 B&W illustrations and 7 plans. Pictorial gift cloth, thick 4to, edges of spine frayed, otherwise a very good copy. London, 1934. 556.03||C 1.2
ChelZtskin Expedition, 1933-1934 ; Shmidt, Otto Pjl・evich, 1891-1956 ; Brown, Alec, 1900-1962 The voyage of the Chelyuskin 1935 THE VOYAGE OF THE “CHEL YUSKIN” by 46 of the scientific members of the expedition, the studying and mastering the Soviet Arctic from the Barents Sea to Behring Strait in 1933. 32 plates & 8 diagrams & maps. London, 1935. 558.02||S 3.2
Chittenden, Hiram Martin, 1858-1917 History of early steamboat navigation on the Missouri river : life and adventures of Joseph La Barge ... v. 1〜2 (American explorers series) 1903 HISTORY OF EARLY STEAMBOAT NAVIGATION ON THE MISSOURI RIVER. Life & Adventures of Joseph LaBarge, a 100-year History & Indian lore. 2 volumes. 16 illustrations. One of 950 copies, a very good set, ex-libris. New York, 1903. (U. S. IANA C-391). 295.34||C 1
Clarke, James Stanier, 1765?-1834 The progress of maritime discovery, from the earliest period to the close of the eighteenth century, forming an extensive system of hydrography vol. 1 1803 THE PROGRESS OF MARITIME DISCOVERY from the EARLIEST PERIOD. This work, which only goes to the end of the 15th C. covers much of the early Portuguese voyages (V. I is all that was published). The appendix includes Galvano’s “Discovery of the World;” John Locke’s “History of Navigation;” Churchills’ “Catalog of Voyages & Geographical Works” (a valuable checklist), & Kills’ “Method of Purifying Water.” Lge. 4to, calf, rebacked, 5 maps, 3 plates & 10 vignettes. London, 1803. (Sabin 13459). 298||C 1
Coggeshall, George, 1784-1861 An historical sketch of commerce and navigation, from the birth of the Saviour down to the present date (1860) : with remarks on their beneficial results to Christianity and civilization 1860 AN HISTORICAL SKETCH OF COMMERCE AND NAVIGATION; from the Birth of the Saviour down to the Present Date (1860); mainly concerned with Wilkes’ exploring expedition of 1838. Inscribed to Mrs. Martha C. Bissell, “with the kind regards of her friend and cousin the Author. Brooklyn. 1860. Original cloth. first edition. New York, 1860. 672.33||C 1
Colby, Merle A guide to Alaska : last American frontier (American guide series) 1939 A GUIDE TO ALASKA, a voluminous compilation from pioneers to present day. 120 ills. 7maps & biblio. N. Y. 1943. 295.4||C 2
Coleridge, Samuel Taylor, 1772-1834 ; Dor, Gustave, 1832-1883 The rime of the ancient mariner 1888 THE RIME OF THE ANCIENT MARINER. With a series of superb wood-engraved plates and text illustrations by Gustave Dore. Atlas folio, pictorial gilt-decorated cloth (worn at spine edge.) New York, 1878. 931||C 11
Collins, Francis Voyages to Portugal, Spain, Sicily, Malta, Asia Minor, Egypt, &c. &c. from 1796 to 1801 : with an historical sketch, and occasional reflections, both moral and religious 1809 VOYAGES TO PORTUGAL, SPAIN, SICILY, MALTA, ASIA MINOR, EGYPT, ETC., FROM 1796 to 1801 with Historical Sketches and Occasional Reflections. Calf, rebacked, 12mo. Philadelphia, 1809. 558.02||C 18
Colnett, James, 1755?-1806 ; Combe, William, 1742-1823 A voyage to the south Atlantic and round cape Horn into the Pacific Ocean : for the purpose of extending the spermaceti whale fisheries, and other objects of commerce, by ascertaining the ports, bays, harbours, and anchoring births in certain islands and 1798 A VOYAGE INTO THE SOUTH ATLANTIC, and Round Cape Horn into the Pacific Ocean, for the purpose of extending the Spermaceti Whale Fisheries Attempting to establish an English Fur-trading post at Nootka, Colnett’s crew was seized and imprisoned by the Spaniards, precipitating a controversy which came close to resulting in war between England & Spain. Portrait, 6 lge. folding maps and 3 plates, 4to, 3/4 morocco, marbled boards, scuffed at edges, otherwise a very good copy of this scarce first edition. London, 1798. (Sabin, 14546, USIana C 604, Wickersham 6549). 558.02||C 19
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Colton, Walter, 1797-1851 Ship and shore : or leaves from the journal of a cruise to the Levant 1835 SHIP AND SHORE, revised from Journal of A Cruise in Frigate “Constitution, “ the author’s experiences beginning at Hampton Rds., Va. to Madeira, Lisbon & the Mediterranean, N. Y., 1851. 558.02||C 20
Contesse, Georges La marine d'aujourd'hui 3e 仕 1900 LA MARINE D’AUJOURD’HUI, maritime history of France’s navy, and developments in yachting, illustrated with 140 yacht designs and engravings. Text in French, 4to, elaborately decorated, bright front cover. Third edition, unusually fine condition, a class prize. Top page of spine stained. Tours, 1900. 550.2||C 7
Cook, James, 1728-1779 ; Dale, Paul W. Seventy north to fifty south : the story of Captain Cook's last voyage, wherein are discovered numerous South Pacific islands, the Hawaiian Islands, the coast of North America, and Alaska 1969 SEVENTY NORTH TO FIFTY SOUTH, a modern annotation to Cock’s third and last voyage; on the charting of Alaska and Hawaii. 39 illustrations. Englewood, 1969. 558.02||C 21
Cox, Ian H. (Ian Herbert), 1910- The scallop : studies of a shell and its influences on humankind 1957 THE SCALLOP, a biologic study and data on the bivalve mollusc, its relation to historic art in symbols and design, and its influences on mankind. 98 magnificent illustrations, many in color. London, 1957 484.4||C 1
Cranz, David, 1723-1777 The history of Greenland : containing a description of the country, and its inhabitants : and particularly, a relation of the mission, carried on for above these thirty years by the Unitas Fratrum, at New Herrnhuth and Lichtenfels, in that country v. 1〜2 1767 HISTORY OF GREENLAND, INCLUDING AN ACCOUNT OF THE MISSION CARRIED ON BY THE UNITED BRETHERN… TO THE PRESENT TIME, description of country and inhabitants with a chapter on whaling, 1st edition in English, 2 maps & 7 plates, full old calf, neatly rebacked, two appendices, leather labels, 2 vols. London, 1767. 278||C 1
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Creighton, Helen Bluenose ghosts 1957 BLUENOSE GHOSTS, and anthropologist and folklorist tells of the mysterious and the macabre, concerning premonition with a share of buried treasure and phantom ships, based on the spirit and concoctions of Nova Scotians. Toronto, 1967. 388.5132||C 1
Croft, Andrew Polar exploration 2nd ed 1947 POLAR EXPLORATION, a general survey of 44 exploration expeditions, from Barents, 1596 to Rymil, 1935. 22 illustrations and 8 maps. Revised and enlarged edition. London, 1947. 297.7||C 1
Croil, James, 1821-1916 Steam navigation and its relation to the commerce of Canada and the United States 1898 STEAM NAVIGATION and its Relation to the Commerce of Canada and the United States. Including an historical panorama, for the past 90 years of steam propulsion from Miller’s 1788, one H. P. twin hull-paddle steamer to the Parson’s steam turbine of 1898. 97 illusts. including 62 named steam vessels and 25 portraits. Decorative front cover, showing aux. Steam, 3 masted gaff-rigged schooner. Toronto, 1898. 558.02||C 23
Curry, Manfred, 1899-1960 Wind and water 1930 WIND AND WATER, 120 photo plates of the patterns created in clouds and water by the action of the wind. 4to cloth. London, 1930. 558.35||C 2
Dahne, Robert A. ; Mead, Elena K Salt- water fishing : a complete guide to salt-water fishes and how to catch them 1950 SALT-WATER FISHING, ocean fishing, an illustrated guide. 65 illustrations, as new, in d.j. New York, 1950. 664.3||D 1
Dana, Richard Henry ; Lucid, Robert F. (Robert Francis), 1930- The journal of Richard Henry Dana Jr v. 1 1968 THE JOURNAL OF RICHARD HENRY DANA, JR. (1815-1860). Edited from the original diary-log-journals; life as a student, seaman observer before the mast and lawyer. 3vols. (boxed). 37 illustrations. 46-page index of people, places and events. Cambridge, Mass. 1968. 935||D 1
Daniel, Hawthorne, 1890- Ships of the seven seas 1925 SHIPS OF THE SEVEN SEAS, a panorama of maritime history through the ages, the evolution of ships with the advances of civilization, an introduction by Franklin D. Roosevelt. 109 pen-and-ink drawings. New York & London, 1925. 550.2||D 2
Danielsson, Bengt Emmerik, 1921- ; Tapsell, Alan What happened on the Bounty 1962 WHAT HAPPENED ON THE BOUNTY, a reassessment of Capt. Wm. Bligh, an unobtrusively, scholarly and exhaustive account, based only on original accounts and letters. London, 1963. 558.02||D 7
Davis, Charles G. (Charles Gerard), 1870-1959 The built-up ship model (Publication ... of the Marine Research Society:no. 25) 1933 THE BUILT-UP SHIP MODEL, describes in full with many diagrams, how to build a model of the U.S. brig “Lexington” which fought in the Revolutionary War. One of 950 copies, lge. 8vo cl., 1st ed. Salem, 1933. 552.1||D 1.2
De Gast, Robert, 1936- Western wind, eastern shore : a sailing cruise around the Eastern Shore of Maryland, Delaware, and Virginia 1975 WESTERN WIND EASTERN SHORE, a 24-day sailing cruise around Delaware, in an Olin Stephens 22’ sloop SLICK CA’M. A monotonous water-level photographic essay of lowlands and estuaries; a world of ubiquitous horizontally-sand bars, mud flats, the herons… a collection of sights. 70 photos and 24 mileage maps. Baltimore, 1975. 558.02||D 9
Dittmar, Frederick James ; Colledge, J. J. British warships, 1914-1919 1972 BRITISH WARSHIPS 1914-1919, from battleships to drifters, with fate of every vessel; a basic record of all the wide range of types, including 4000 ships that were requisitioned. 150 photos. London, 1972. 557||D 1
Dixon, Francis B. Abridgment of the maritime law : comprising general and particular average, adjustment, abandonment, bottomry, collison, and salvage : to which is added, the general duties of masters and owners, with a copious appendix, containing several useful and lega 1858 ABRIDGMENT OF MARITIME LAW comprising General and Particular Average, Adjustment, Abandonment, Bottomry, Collision, and Salvage. To which is added, the General Duties of Masters and Owners, with a copious appendix, containing Several Useful and Legally Approved Forms. Tall 8vo, contemporary old calf, worn edges, some slight staining on margins. Norfolk, 1858. 325.5||D 3
Dow, Charles Mason Anthology and bibliography of Niagara Falls v. 1〜2 1921 ANTHOLOGY & BIBLIOGRAPHY OF NIAGARA FALLS. 2vols., 4maps, 2color plates, 43 in B&W. Albany, 1921. 295.15||D 1
Dunham, Jacob, 1779- Journal of voyages : containing an account of the author's being twice captured by the English and once by Gibbs the pirate, his narrow escape when chased by an English war schooner, as well as his being cast away and residing with indians, to which added 1851 JOURNAL OF VOYAGES, adventures at sea from 1813 to 1842. 19 voyages twice captured by the English, once by Gibbs, the pirate… cast away and residing with Indians. Worm binding. New York, 1850. 558.02||D 8
Eardley-Wilmot, Sydney Marow, 1847- Life of Vice-Admiral Edmund, Lord Lyons : with an account of naval operations in the Black Sea and Sea of Azoff, 1854-56 1898 LIFE OF VICE-ADMIRAL, LORD LYONS. With and account of Naval Operations in the Black Sea and Sea of Azoff, 1854-6. (Crimean War) 23 illustrations. 2 maps. Rubbed spine. London, 1898. 289.3||E 2
Eastern Associated Telegraph Companies Fifty years of Via Eastern : a souvenir and record of the celebrations connection with the jubilee of the Eastern Associated Telegraph Companies, 1922 1922 FIFTY YEARS OF “VIA EASTERN,” a souvenir and record of the celebrations in connection with the Jubilee of the Eastern Associated Telegraph Companies (1872-1922). 70 sepia- tone illusts. 4to. N.P. 1922. 694.233||E 1
Eastman, Ralph Mason, 1891- Pilots and pilot boats of Boston Harbor : presenting stories and illustrations of the skilled, resourceful men of stout hearts who, with their trim, weatherly boats of sturdy construction, have played such an important role in the maritime life of Boston 1956 PILOTS AND PILOT BOATS OF BOSTON HARBOR. The maritime life of Boston, 12 color plates, 22 in B&W. Wrappers. Boston, 1956. 558.6||E 1
Edwards, D. K. (Donald Kenneth), 1932- Uneasy oceans 1939 UNEASY OCEANS, naval actions on the Atlantic, Pacific, and Indian Oceans, the ship’s fleets and their strategy. 16 plates & 6 maps. London, n. d. (ca. 1939). 397.2||E 1
Edwards, George Wharton, 1859-1950 Marken and its people : being some account written from time to time both during and after visits covering some considerable space of time upon this most curious and comparatively unknown island (unknown in spite of the fact that thousands of tourists vis 1912 MARKEN & ITS PEOPLE, the character of the fisherfolk on a little-known island in the Zuyder Zee. 20 sketches, Unusually fine condition. Privately printed. New York, 1912. 933||E 4
Eggleston, George Teeple, 1906- Tahiti : voyage through paradise : the story of a small boat passage through the Society Islands 1953 TAHITI: VOYAGE THROUGH PARADISE. A delightful, beautifully described account of a voyage in a 32’ schooner, island hopping to place that few have ever seen. 100 photos. 1st ed. N.Y. 1953. 297.5||E 1
Ellis, Albert Fuller, Sir, 1869-1951 ; Bledisloe, Charles Bathurst, 1st viscount, 1867- Adventuring in coral seas 1936 ADVENTURING IN CORAL SEAS, a chronicle of and observant scientist in tropical Pacific waters; the search for phosphate guano deposits. 260 indexed subjects, 49-named ships involved, 52 photos, and 2 endpaper maps. Autographed presentation copy. Sydney, 1936. 299.36||E 1
Ellis, William, 1794-1872 Three visits to Madagascar during the years 1853-1854-1856 : including a journey to the capital, with notices of the natural history of the country and of the present civilisation of the people 1858 THREE VISITS TO MADAGASCAR 1853-4-6. a journey to the capital… natural history… travel narratives based on letters and diary. 25 illustrations & 1 map, tall thick 8vo. original cloth. London, 1858. 294.9||E 1
Ely, Edward, 1827-1858 ; Sirna, Anthony ; Sirna, Allison The wanderings of Edward Ely : a mid-19th century seafarer's diary 1954 THE WANDERINGS OF EDWARD ELY, a mid-19th century seafarer’s diary journal, eight years of adventurous travel half-way around the world by a remarkable young man who died at the age of 31 during a cholera epidemic in India. N. Y. 1954. 558.02||E 2
Enock, C. Reginald (Charles Reginald), 1868-1970 The great Pacific coast : twelve thousand miles in the golden west : being an account of life and travel in the western states of North and South America, from California, British Columbia, and Alaska : to Mexico, Panama, Peru and chili : and a study of t 1909 THE GREAT PACIFIC COAST, Twelve Thousand Miles in the Golden West. An account of life and travel in the Western States, Central & So. America. 64 photos & a fldg. map. London, 1909. 295||E 1
Euller, John Ice, ships, and men 1964 ICE, SHIPS AND MEN, a panoramic survey of ships developed for Arctic service since the Greely catastrophy; from Nansen’s 128’ half-walnut shaped wood hull 24” thick FRAM, to Russia’s LENIN 440’ ice-breaker. Based on 45-listed works. 30 photos. N.Y. 1964. 297.8||E 1
Eunson, Keith The wreck of the General Grant 1974 THE WRECK OF THE GENERAL GRANT, an 18-months castaway narrative of an 1866 marine disaster, involving cached gold in a cave. 34 illustrations, 3 maps and charts. Wellington, 1974. 558.84||E 2
Evelyn, John, 1620-1706 Navigation and commerce, their original and progress : containing a succinct account of traffick in general : its benefits and improvements : of discoveries, wars and conflicts at sea, from the original of navigation to this day : with special regard to t 1674 NAVIGATION and COMMERCE, their Origin and Progress….Discoveries, Wars and Conflicts at Sea….with Special Regard to the ENGLISH….Title to the DOMINION of the SEA. A compilation on the economic history of Great Britain and Holland with the discovery of America, British adventurers and explorers to the South Sea, Virginia, Florida and Greenland. Small 8vo, new full calf, blind decorative stamp, in fleece-lined cloth case. London, 1674. 558.02||E 3
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Everett, Marshall, 1863-1939 Wreck and sinking of the Titanic : the ocean's greatest disaster : a graphic and thrilling account of the sinking of the greatest floating palace ever built, carrying down to watery graves more than 1500 souls : giving exciting escapes from death and acts 1912 THE WRECK OF THE “TITANIC,” The world’s greatest sea disaster, account of the sinking, escape narratives of survivors and acts of heroism. 29 photos, worn spine. New York, 1912. 558.84||E 3
Fayle, C. Ernest (Charles Ernest), b. 1881 The cruiser period [main]、From the opening of the submarine campaign to the appointment of the shipping controller、The period of unrestricted submarine warfare (History of the Great War : based on official documents. Seaborne trade;vol.1〜3) 1920 SEABORNE TRADE, official history of the Great War, the cruiser & submarine campaigns. 3 text vols. & 1 case of 9 folding maps. Scarce. London, 1920. 683||F 3
Fleming, Archibald Lang, 1883-1953 Archibald the Arctic 1956 ARCHIBALD THE ARCTIC, from naval architect to Eskimo missionary, an adventurous life story, covering the past 50 years in Baffin Land, with the aux. Steamers “PELICAN”, “NASCOPIE” and stern paddlewheeler “DISTRIBUTOR.” 28 photos. N.Y. 1956. 295.11||F 1
Floherty, John J. White terror : adventures with the ice patrol 1st ed 1947 WHITE TERROR, Adventures with the Ice Patrol. Stories of Northern Atlantic steamship lanes since the advent of the “unsinkable lifeboat,” a seven-million dollar fiasco of construction, the TITANIC. 12 marginal drawings. Philadelphia, 1947. 558.8||F 2
Forfait, Pierre-Alexandre-Laurent Trait 四士entaire de la mツture des vaisseaux, ` l'usage des 四aves de la marine 1788 TRAITE ELEMENTAIRE DE LA MATURE DES VAISSEAUX, A L’USAGE DES ELEVES DE LA MARINE. “Tout ce qui concerne les bois, les mats, les voilures, les vergues et les autres parties du vaisseau y est decrit avec une precision remarquable.” Basic treatise on various types of ships and different ways of setting the sails. 24 engraved folding plates showing ships’ masts, details and their construction. Plates in flawless condition. 4to, contemporary calf, rubbed. Paris, 1788. 552.73||F 2
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Franchare, Gabriel, 1786-1863 Narrative of a voyage to the northwest coast of America in the years 1811, 1812, 1813, and 1814 : or, The first American settlement of the Pacific 1854 NARRATIVE OF A VOYAGE TO THE NORTHWEST COAST OF AMERICA IN THE YEARS 1811, 12, 13, 14, or the First American Settlement on the Pacific. Translated and edited by J. V. Huntington. The author was one of the party sent out by John Jacob Astor to establish His colony at Astoria. The work contains the earliest account of adventures among the Indians of the Pacific coast, as well as the first extended notice of the Oregon territory. A very important scarce item. First ed. in English. 3 plates, light foxing, new 3/4 calf & cloth. New York, 1854. (Howes F310, Sabin 25432, Graff 1400). 253.03||F 1
Freeman, Lewis R. Sea-hounds 1919 SEA HOUNDS, naval actions of W. W. I, seen firsthand by a well-known yachtsman; the convoy action, patrols and final shipwreck. 13 illustrations. New York, 1919. 397.23||F 1
French, Joseph Lewis, 1858-1936 ; Pratt, William V. Great sea stories 1943 GREAT SEA STORIES, the epic theme in literary art; a 680-page anthology of 32 selections by authors since Purchas (1625) on piracy, mutiny, slaving and phantom ships. New York, 1941. 901.8||F 2
Freneau, Philip Morin, 1752-1832 Some account of the capture of the ship Aurora 1899 SOME ACCOUNT OF THE CAPTURE OF THE SHIP “AURORA”, an event of the American Revolution, with a facsimile of part of the manuscript. 49 pages. Privately printed. New York, 1899. 253.04||F 1
Frere-Cook, Gervis The decorative arts of the mariner [1st American ed.] 1966 THE DECORATIVE ARTS OF THE MARINER. Marine arts from all ages & cultures written by 17 authors, from Egyptian ceremonial models and Eskimo canoe paddles to clipper-ship figureheads. 520 illustrations (129 in color). Boston, 1966. 550.2||F 4
Freuchen, Peter I sailed with Rasmussen (Viking explorer books) 1958 I SAILED WITH RASMUSSEN, a personal chronicle and biography of a Danish explorer, 14 years (1909-1923) of survival and experiences on Greenland shores, and glacier cap. 41 photos. New York, 1958. 297.8||F 2
Friedlミnder, Herman Views in Italy, during a journey in the years 1815 and 1816 1821 VIEWS IN ITALY, DURING A JOURNEY IN 1815-1816. Illustrated with 4 plates (1 folding), 8vo, quarter cloth and marble boards, (the abridged English edition of the Leipzig, 1819. 2 vol. Edition.) London, 1821. 293.709||F 1
Fukui Shizuo(福井, 静夫) Japanese naval vessels at the end of war 1947 JAPANESE NAVAL VESSELS AT THE END OF WAR. A224-pg. record of demobilized combatant vessels, dated April 25th 1947, belonging to the ex-imperial Japanese Navy, the deposition, reconstruction and modernization. With about 300 many-scaled sketch drawings, oblong 4to cloth, rebound with original front cover cloth laid on. Title page soiled, otherwise a very good copy of a very scarce title. n. p. 1947. 557||F 1
Gambier, James Gambier, Baron, 1756-1833 Notes, on the minutes of a court martial : holden on board his majesty's ship Gradiator, in Portsmouth harbour, on Wednesday, the 26th day of July, 1809 1810 NOTES ON THE MINUTES OF A COURT MARTIAL: Holden on Board H.M.S. “Gladiator” in Portsmouth Harbour, …July, 1809, …Trial of the Right Honorable James, Lord Gambier, Admiral of the Blue. Based on logbooks, minutes of signals, Gambier, Comdr. in charge of the Channel Fleet, court martialed for delay in engaging the French fleet bottled at Basque Roads. A detailed and complete report. 3/4 calf, marbled boards. 2 large folding maps, slight tears on fold. London, 1810. 393.3||G 1
Garr, Frank G.G. A yachtman's log   A YACHTSMAN LOG, yachting experiences from small sloops to a cutter. foul weather handling and an appendix on the expenses of yachting. 30 ills. Cover rubbed. London, 1935. 556.79||C 4
Gatty, Harold, 1903-1957 The raft book : lore of the sea and sky 1943 THE RAFT BOOK, the lore of the sea and The sky. With this guide and its charts, having no previous knowledge of navigation or instruments other than a stick or a piece of string, one who is in any sea or ocean in the world can find his way to land. Transparent large world map, boxed. New York, 1943. 558.84||G 3
Gerbault, Alain In quest of the sun : the journal of the Firecrest 1930 IN QUEST OF THE SUN, Log of the “Firecrest” A single-handed voyage, 40,000 miles round the world, from City Island via the Panama Canal to Le Havre. 28 illusts. London, nd. (ca. 1930) 558.02||G 5
Gibbs, Jim, 1922- Sentinel of the North Pacific : the story of Pacific coast lighthouses and lightships 1955 SENTINELS OF THE NORTH PACIFIC, the saga of the Pacific Coast lighthouses and lightships, and the men who built and manned them, from Point Loma at San Diego through Cape Hinchinbrook in Alaska. 90 photos. Portland, 1955. 558.5||G 2
Gibson, Langhorne, 1899- ; Harper, John Ernest Troyte, 1874- ; Hurd, Archibald The riddle of Jutland : an authentic history 1934 THE RIDDLE OF JUTLAND, an authentic history of the strategy, naval tactics and the aftermath of controversies. 26 photos, 16 diagrams & charts. New York ? London. 1934. 397.23||G 1
Gifford, Isabella The marine botanist : an introduction to the study of algology, containing descriptions of the commonest British sea-weeds, and the best method of preserving them, with figures of the most remarkable species 2nd ed 18-- THE MARINE BOTANIST; an Introduction to The Study of Algology, Containing Description of the Commonest British Sea-Weeds, and the Best Method of Preserving Them, with Figures of the Most Remarkable Species. 6 colorplates and 6 B&W engravings. 12 mo. London, 1850. 474||G 1
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Gilboy, Bernard ; Tompkins, John Barr A voyage of pleasure : the log of Berbard Gilboy's transpacific cruise in the boat Pacific 1882-1883 1956 A VOYAGE OF PLEASURE. The log of the author’s trans-Pacific cruise in a 19’ boat in 1882. Reedited from the original published log by J. B. Tompkins. Maryland, 1956. 558.02||G 6
Gilchrist, Ian G. Call of the wind : leaves from my sailing album 1948 CALL OF THE WIND, Leaves From My Sailing Album. an expert sailor’s photographs of boats under sail, racing and cruising. 105 magnificent action photos. Glasgow, 1948. 785.7||G 1
Gimpel, Herbert J. The United States nuclear Navy 1965 THE UNITED STATES NUCLEAR NAVY, the past twenty years in applied unclear physics. A record of developments from the drawing board to shipboard, including a spectrum of weapons, 70 photos. New York, 1965. 397.253||G 1
Gips, Cornelis, 1869-1921 Hout en schepen : uit de geschiedenis van de houtbewerkingsbedrijven Gips 1941 HOUT EN SCHEPEN UIT DE GESCHIEDENIS VAN DE HOUTEBEWERKINGSBEDRIJVEN GIPS. (Timber in ship, 200-year history of the wooden ship, building works of Gips); on the ships, their designers, building procedures, and their record of sailings, illustrated with 3 color plates and 40 B & W. Text in Dutch. 4to cloth. Leiden, 1941. 550.2||G 3
Godin des Odonais, Isabelle de Grandmaison ; Dard, C.A. Perils and captivity : comprising the sufferings of the Picard family after the shipwreck of the Medusa, in the year 1816/Narrative of the captivity of M. de Brisson, in the 1785/Voyage of Madame Godin along the river of the Amazons, in the year 1770 (Con 1827 PERILS & CAPTIVITY;…Sufferings of the Picard Family After the Shipwreck of the “Medusa”…1816;… Captivity of M. de Brisson…1785; Voyage of Madame Godin Along the River of the Amazons…1770. Cloth boards, leather label. Front hinge cracked. 12mo Edinburgh, 1827. 294.4||C 1
Gollock, G. A. (Georgina Anne), 1861-1940 At the sign of the flying angel : a book of the sailor at the coastline 1930 AT THE SIGN OF THE FLYING ANGEL, the Mission work to seamen & merchant marines. 16 photos & 5 maps. London, 1930. 558.04||G 1
Goode, William Athelstance Meredith, Sir, 1875- ; Sampson, William Thomas, 1840-1902 ; Evans, Robley Douglison, 1846-1912 ; Todd, Chapman C. With Sampson through the war 1899 WITH SAMPSON THROUGH THE WAR. Being an Account of the Naval Operations of the North Atlantic Squadron During the Spanish-American War of 1898, with Special Chapters Contributed by Sampson, Evans and Todd; & an appendix list of U.S. ships in commission in 1898.19 illustrations. London, 1899. 391.27||G 1
Gordon Cumming, C. F. (Constance Frederica), 1837-1924 A lady's cruise in a French man-of-war new ed. 1882 A LADY’S CRUISE IN A FRENCH MAN-OF-WAR from Singapore to San Francisco on tour of French mandated islands in the East Indian Archipelago and S. Pacific atolls on “Le Seignelay;” a British woman’s view of the native life in 1877. 8 sepia illustrations & 1 map, slightly shaken. Pictorial cloth 8vo. Edinburgh, 1882. 297.5||C 1
Gosnell, Harpur Allen, 1890- Guns on the western waters : the story of river gunboats in the Civil War 1949 GUNS ON THE WESTERN WATERS, a significant aspect of the Civil War, the river gunboat warfare, with an account of the brief career of the C. S. S. Arkansas, Baton Rouge, 1949. 397.253||G 2
Gowlland, Gladys Mary Orford ; Colton, J. Ferrell ; Smith, Antoinette G. ; Wright, Barton Master of the moving sea : the life of Captain Peter John Riber Mathieson, from his anecdotes, manuscripts, notes, stories, and detailed records 1959 MASTER OF THE MOVING SEA, 70 years of the seafaring life of Capt. Peter J. R. Mathieson, since 1885; around the world in square-riggers and powered vessels under flags of 6 nations. 46 photos, 12 drawings & 1 plan. Flagstaff, 1959. 289.3||M 9
Graham, George Edward, 1866- ; Schley, Winfield Scott, 1839-1911 Schley and Santiago : an historical account of the blockade and final destruction of the Spanish fleet under command of Admiral Pasquale Cervera, July 3, 1898 1902 SCHLEY AND SANTIAGO, the historical account of the blockade and final destruction of the Spanish fleet. 40 illusts. Chicago, 1902. 391.27||G 2
Grattidge, Harry, 1890- ; Collier, Richard, 1924- Captain of the Queens : the autobiography of Harry Grattidge/as told to Ricahrd Collier 1956 CAPTAIN OF THE QUEENS, the auto-biography of Capt. Harry Grattidge, former Commodore of the Cunard Line, spiced with anecdotes about famous people who sailed on the Cunard ships. New York, 1956. 289.3||G 1
Gray, Edward William Gray of Salem, merchant : a biographical sketch 1914 WILLIAM GRAY OF SALEM, MERCHANT. A Bio-graphical Sketch. 9 illustrations. A limited edition of 500 copies on large, handmade paper, uncut. 4to cl. Boston, 1914. 289.3||G 2
Gregory, Dickson. Australian steamships : past and present 1928 AUSTRALIAN STEAMSHIPS, an historical survey from the “Sophia Jane, ” 1831, facts and data on 880 indexed steamers, from auxiliary side-paddle-wheelers to the present day, with records of their passages and companies. 6 color and 276 B & W illustrations. Faded spine. Very scarce. London, 1928. 550.2||G 2
Grenfell, Wilfred, Sir Forty years for Labrador 1933 FORTY YEARS FOR LABRADOR, 1892-1932, autobiography by a leading Arctic explorer and scientist. 28 photos. Presentation copy with small pen & ink sketch, signed. N. Y. 1932. 295.12||G 1
Grimble, Arthur Francis, Sir, 1888-1956 A pattern of islands Cheap ed. 1956 A PATTERN OF ISLANDS, experiences of a colonial officer in the Gilbert Islands, etc. 15 woodcuts. London, 1952. (American ed., entitled “We Chose the Islands.”) 297.4||G 1
Grossett, Harry Down to the ships in the sea 1953 DOWN TO THE SHIPS IN THE SEA, diving for salvage. 50 years in many seas, including the between-wars raising of the German Fleet at Scapo Flow. 26 photos, London, 1954. 558.9||G 1
Guillemard, F. H. H. (Francis Henry Hill), 1852-1934 The life of Ferdinand Magellan : and the first circumnavigation of the globe 1480-1521 (The World's great explorers and explorations) 1890 THE LIFE OF FERDINAND MAGELLAN AND THE FIRST CIRCUMNAVIGATION OF THE GLOBE. 1480-1521. 33 illusts. Including 9 maps (4 colored). London, 1891. 289.3||M 6
Hall, J. A. The law of naval warfare 2nd ed., rev and enl. 1921 THE LAW OF NAVAL WARFARE. The belligerents, the enemy subjects, blockading, contraband, capture, prize courts; with a 3-pg. Table of reference cases. 2nd ed., revised. London, 1921 329.63||H 1
Hannay, David Ships and men 1910 SHIPS AND MEN, the sailorman in history and from the literature of the sea as seen through the author’s eyes and experiences in sailing ships. 12 illustrations. Edinburgh, 1910. 558.04||H 1
Hannay, James, 1842-1910 History of the war of 1812 between Great Britain and the United States of America 1905 A HISTORY OF THE WAR OF 1812 Between Great Britain and The United States of America. 64 engravings, uncut copy, internally as new. Toronto, 1905. 391.2||H 1
Hansen, Hans Jルrgen, 1921- ; Archibald, Edward H. H. ; Moore, James ; Moore, Inge Art and the seafarer : a historical survey of the arts and crafts of sailors and shipwrights 1968 ART AND THE SEAFARER, An Historical Survey of the Arts and Crafts of Sailors & Shipwrights. The development of naval architecture, shipbuilding, carving on ships, ship-modeling, ship flags, etc., 92 colored plates and over 200 line drawings and photos, from 75 museums. Thick 4to, custom bound in full crushed blue calf, banded spine with gilt ship devices, triple gilt edges. a fine trade ed. New York, 1968. 550.2||H 9
Hanson, Earl Parker, b. 1899 South from the Spanish main : South America seen through the eyes of its discoverers (The Great explorers series) 1967 SOUTH FROM THE SPANISH MAIN. South America Seen Through the Eyes of its Discoverers. Intriguing history based on personal diaries, journals and other documents, beginning with Columbus in 1498, through the Conquistadors, Sir Walter Raleigh, Darwin, Humboldt, et al. 12 maps. New York, 1967. 296||H 1
Hardy, A.C. Bulk cargoes : a treatise on their carriage by sea and consequent effect on the design and construction of merchant ships /by A.C. Hardy 1926 BULK CARGOES, A Treatise on Their Carriage by Sea and Consequent Effect on the Design and Construction of Merchant Ships. The bulk freighter, the oil tanker, the collier, ore carrier, and port handling craft. 63-line drawings and photos. Great Lakes freighters are discussed also. London, 1926. 556.6||H 1
Hardy, A.C. Seaways and sea trade : being a maritime geography of routes, ports, rivers, canals and cargoes   SEAWAYS AND THE SEA TRADE, a study in the economics of trans-oceanic shipping, maritime geography of routes, ports, rivers, canals & cargoes. 54 illusts. & maps. London, 1930. 683.9||H 4
Harris, Charles Edward, 1869- Hyannis sea captains 1939 HYANNIS SEA CAPTAINS, life at sea with 266 names & dates gleaned from the files of the PATRIOT. Yarmouth Port, 1939. 683.8||H 6
Harris, Robert B. Modern sailing catamarans 1960 MODERN SAILING CATAMARANS, the history, design, construction and operation. Over 50 photos, plans & sketch drawings. A naval architect’s views on multihull yachts developed for speed and cruising. New York, 1960. 785.7||H 1
Harris, W. Tales of the ship : or the British seamen's wonderful museum, and chearful companion containing droll jests, Irish bulls, Laughable stories, curious love letters, wonderful shipwrecks, humours of English sailors, remarkable instances of courage, &c. 3rd e 1--- TALES OF THE SHIP, or THE BRITISH SEA-MAN’S WONDERFUL MUSEUM AND CHEARFUL COMPANION, containing Droll Jests… Shipwrecks… Humours, title page mended, and corner of first page repaired , age browning throughout, newly bound in haft calf & marble boards. Thin 8vo. scarce. London, n.d. (ca,1790). 550.2||T 2
Hashagen, Ernst U-boote westwミrts! : meine Fahrten um England 1914-1918 1931 U-BOOTE WESTWARTS, activities of a German U-Boat commander in W.W.I. Text in German. Berlin, 1931. 557.7||H 1
Haven, Gilbert, 1821-1880 ; Russell, Thomas, 1825-1887 Incidents and anecdotes of Rev. Edward T. Taylor, for over forty years pastor of the Seaman's Bethel, Boston 1881 TALES OF THE SHIP, or THE BRITISH SEA-MAN’S WONDERFUL MUSEUM AND CHEARFUL COMPANION, containing Droll Jests… Shipwrecks… Humours, title page mended, and corner of first page repaired , age browning throughout, newly bound in haft calf & marble boards. Thin 8vo. scarce. London, n.d. (ca,1790). 289.3||H 3
Hayes, I. I. (Isaac Israel), 1832-1881 An Arctic boat journey : in the autumn of 1854 1896 AN ARCTIC BOAT JOURNEY, in the autumn of 1854 on the open polar seas; an expedition in the tracks of Kane and Franklin. A study of endurance & perseverence. 2 lge. folding maps. London, 1860. 297.8||H 1
Hayes, James Gordon, 1877- Robert Edwin Peary : a record of his explorations, 1886-1909 1929 ROBERT EDWIN PEARY, A Record of his Explorations, 1886-1909, with an appendix, ”other critiques of Peary” a comprehensive survey. 15 illustrations & charts. London, 1929. 289.3||P 1
Hayes, Nelson The roof of the wind 1962 THE ROOF OF THE WIND, a narrative of the struggle to survive a gale in the Bahamas and the handling of a 42’ cabin cruiser in foul weather. New York, 1961. 933||H 11
Hayter, Adrian Business in great waters 1965 BUSINESS IN GREAT WATERS, narrative of a single-handed voyage in a Norwegian 25’ clinker built lapstrake hull, marconi-rigged sloop, from England to New Zealand via Panama canal, completing a single-handed circuit of the world. London, 1965. 558.02||H 13
Henry, Thomas R. (Thomas Robert), 1893- The white continent : the story of Antarctica 1951 THE WHITE CONTINENT, the story of Antarctica. Written from first-hand experience as a correspondent with the U. S. Navy Expedition 1946-47 and drawing on accounts of other famous expeditions. Geology, climate, explorations in ship & on foot. 9 photos. London, n. d. (ca. 1948). 297.9||H 1
Herrmann, Paul, 1905-1958 ; Pomerans, Arnold The great age of discovery 1958 THE GREAT AGE OF DISCOVERY, from Columbus to Cook, little-known footnotes to history. 60 ills. & 42 maps. N.Y.1958. 298||H 3
Hewitt, R. L. (Richard Lovell) The Royal Dragon 1958 THE ROYAL DRAGON, record of the building and racing a 29-ft. sloop ”Blue Bottle” designed in Norway in 1928, with details of construction. 16 photos & 5 drawings. London, 1958. 785.7||H 2
Hill, Frederic Stanhope, 1829-1913 The romance of the American Navy : as embodied in the stories of certain of our public and private armed ships from 1775 to 1909 1910 ROMANCE OF THE AMERICAN NAVY, 1775-1909, an account of the actions of frigates, ironclads and steamers, and some of the most renowned commanders in our history, with 43 illustrations from old prints. New York, 1910. 397.253||H 1
Hogner, Einar Contributions to the theory of ship waves : academical dissertation 1925 CONTRIBUTIONS TO THE THEORY OF SHIP WAVES, academical dissertation for a Ph.D. degree; a study in mathematics for the theorist. Needs binding, interleaved with ms. notes in pencil. Wrappers. Stockholm, 1925. 423.84||H 2
Hollis, Ira N. (Ira Nelson), 1856-1930 ; Renaker, T.E. The frigate constitution : the central figure of the Navy under sail 1931 THE FRIGATE “CONSTITUTION”, the central figure of the U.S. Navy under sail, with 46 illusts. showing the frigate from plan, print, drawing and photograph. 1st edition, Boston, 1931. 397.253||H 2
Holmes, W. J. (Wilfred Jay), 1900-[Hudson, Alec, 1900-1986] Undersea victory : the influence of submarine operations on the war in the Pacific 1966 UNDERSEA VICTORY. The Influence of Submarine Operations on the War in the Pacific, detailed accounts of engagements from the GUDGEON in Dec. 1941 to the Japanese surrender in 1945. 9 sketch maps. New York, 1966. 391.27||H 1
Hopkins, William John She blows! and sparm at that! (Riverside bookshelf) 1--- SHE BLOWS! AND SPARM AT THAT! Out of New Bedford on a sperm whaling cruise; a fascinating and interesting narrative with color plates by Clifford Ashley. Boston, 1926. 901.8||H 6
Hoppin, Augustus, 1828-1896 Crossing the Atlantic 1872 CROSSING THE ATLANTIC. The voyage of the R.M.S. “Ethiopia”. Though this is an imaginary voyage, it is an interesting pictorial presentation of life, manners and apparel at sea during the mid-nineteenth century. 24 full page humorous plates, from drawings. Pictorial covers and title page. Oblong folio, spine mended. 2 pages of text, each plate has a facing page of explanatory notes. Boston, 1872. 558.02||H 14
Horgan, Thomas Patrick Old Ironsides : an illustrated history of USS Constitution 1972 OLD IRONSIDES, The Story of U.S.S. “Constitution.” Photographs & text combine to give the full story of the design, construction and heroic career of the historic frigate. Forward by John F. Kennedy Introduction S.E. Morison. Boston, 1963. 558.02||H 15
Howarth, David Armine, 1912- Sovereign of the seas : the story of British sea power 1974 SOVERIGN OF THE SEAS. The Story of British Sea Power. Naval supremacy from St. Brendan exploits in 539, to NATO in 1949. The enterprise and ingenuity developed in shipbuilding & seamanship. 59 illustrations ( 23 full-page color plates). London, 1974. 397.23||H 1
Hughes, Griffith The natural history of Barbados : in ten books 1750 THE NATURAL HISTORY OF BARBADOES, the most important feature of this work is the plates, each of which is dedicated to a subscriber and bears his Coat of Arms. 1 folding map and 30 finely engraved plates. Also, a vignette view of Bridgetown. Usual age browning throughout. Title page in facsimile and last page of subscribers lacks “T” to “Z”. Folio, rebacked in 3/4 calf with new corners, o/w. a good tight copy of this scarce item. London, 1750. (Sabin; Graesse; Nissen & Wood). 462.598||H 1
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Hughes, Henry Through mighty seas : or the romance of a little wind-jammer 19-- THROUGH MIGHTY SEAS, of the Romance of a Little Windjammer, a 23-yr. record of the author’s experiences on the “Pride of Wales” from 1869 to 1892. 13 illusts. London, (ca. 1922). 558.02||H 16
Hughes, Richard Arthur Warren , 1900-1976 In hazard : a sea story 1938 IN HAZARD, a bizarre sea story about the chief engineer of a 9000-ton steam “ARCHIMEDES.” London, 1938. 933||H 8.2
Hunt, George P. ; Mazoujian, Charles J. The story of the U.S. Marines (Landmark books:no. 14) 1951 THE STORY OF THE U.S. MARINES, illustrated by C.J.Mazoujian. New York, 1951. 397.253||H 3
Hutchinson, William, 1715-1801 A treatise on naval architecture founded upon philosophical and rational principles : towards establishing fixed rules for the best form and proportional dimensions in length, breadth and depth of merchants ships in general, and also the management of the 1969 A TREATISE ON NAVAL ARCHITECTURE ?founded upon Philosophical and Rational Principles towards establishing fixed rules for the best form and proportional dimensions, in Length, Breadth and Depth of Merchants Ships in general… with important hints and remarks…for Defence and Attacks in War at Sea. Facsimile reprint, London 1969. 550.2||H 10
Huxley, Thomas Henry, 1825-1895 ; Huxley, Julian, 1887-1975 T.H. Huxley's diary of the voyage of H.M.S. Rattlesnake 1935 T. H. HUXLEY’S DIARY OF THE VOYAGE OF H.M.S. “Rattlesnake,” from an unpublished ms. record of 4 cruises in the Coral Sea. 13 illusts. and 1 map. London, 1935. 289.3||H 2
Irwin, Alan Maurice --and ships--and sealing wax' : a chronicle of the cruise of the Empress of Britain, 1933-4 1934 “AND SHIPS AND SEALING WAX” A Chronicle of the “Empress of Britain”, 1933-34. Reflexions on a four and half month cruise covering 40,000 miles and 32 ports in 24 countries. 40 photos. Toronto, 1934. 935||I 1
Italy. Ministero della marina Almanacco navale 1941-XIX 1941 ALMANACCO NAVALE, 1941-XLX, the 19th Annual; Italian equivalent of “JANE’S FIGHTING SHIPS, “ the 32 major navies of the world with 920 named ships, and 48 plates of over 500 pennants, standards and flag ratings. 4to, faded cloth covers. Internally fine. Text in Italian. The United States is covered in 53 pages, to 1940. Milan, 1940. 397.059||A 1
Jackson, George Gibbard, 1877- The romance of the submarine 19-- THE ROMANCE OF SUBMARINE. A panorama of undersea craft, history and development from the earliest times. 64 photos and drawings of all types. London, n.d. (ca.1919). 557.7||J 1
Jacobs, Joseph, 1854-1916 The story of geographical discovery : how the world became known (Library of valuable knowledge) 1904 THE STORY OF GEOGRAPHICAL DISCOVERY with a chronological appendix of the chief voyages and explorations from 570 B.C. to 1899 A.D. 26 maps and illustrations. 12 mo. New York, 1904. 298||J 1
Jane, Fred T. (Frederick Thomas), 1865-1916 ; Wyllie, W. L. (William Lionel), 1851-1931 The British battle fleet : its inception and growth throughout the centuries to the present day v. 1〜2 1912 THE BRITISH BATTLE FLEET, its inception and growth; a panorama of naval history from Viking ships to battle cruisers of W.W.I. 25 color plates & 51 photos, plans & diagrams. 2 vols, cloth. London, 1915. 557.1||J 2
Jellicoe, John Rushworth Jellicoe, Earl, 1859-1935 The crisis of the naval war 1920 THE CRISIS OF THE NAVAL WAR, British submarine action in W.W.I., the campaigns, convoy system, mine sweeping services and patrols. 8 plates and 6 charts. New York, 1920. 397.233||J 1
Johnson, Irving ; Johnson, Electa, 1909- Sailing to see : picture cruise in the schooner Yankee 1939 SAILING TO SEE, a picture cruise in the schooner “Yankee, “the 2nd cruise. 300 photos. N.Y. 1939. 558.02||J 3
Johnston, Mary, 1870-1936 The slave ship 1924 THE SLAVE SHIP, the narrative of a Scotsman, as an impressed crew member of an African ship dealing in “black ivory” for the West Indies. Boston, 1924. 933||J 6
Jones, William Herbert Sidney, 1889- ; Stephensen, P. R. (Percy Reginald), 1901-1965 The Cape Horn breed : my experiences as an apprentice in sail in the full-rigged ship British Isles 1956 THE CAPE HORN BREED experiences as an apprentice in sail in the full-rigged ship, “British Isles.” The chronicle of the author’s years spent on one of the last sailing ships to sail around Cape Horn. He served on the “British Isles” from 1905 to 1909 London, 1968. 558.02||J 4
Keely, Robert N. ; Davis, G. G. In Arctic seas : the voyage of the Kite with the Peary Expedition together with a transcript of the log of the Kite 1892 IN ARCTIC SEAS, The Voyage of the “Kite” with the Peary Expedition, together with a transcript of the log of the “Kite”, the Peary relief expedition. A detailed account of two Arctic expeditions to North Greenland. 118 illustrations. London, 1893. 297.8||P 2
Keller, Ferdinand, 1800-1881 ; Lee, John Edward, 1808-1887 The lake dwellings of Switzerland and other parts of Europe 1866 LAKE DWELLINGS OF SWITZERLAND, and other parts of Europe, archeological finds of stone, wood and iron implements, as edged weapons or tools, for carving, etc. Over 1500 detailed drawings and 97 plates. Tall octavo, three-quarter gilt decorated spine, rebacked, calf, marbled boards, some age browning on first few pages, otherwise a fine sound copy. London, 1866. 209.2||K 1
Kelly, Samuel, 1764- ; Garstin, Crosbie, 1887-1930 Samuel Kelly, an eighteenth century seaman, whose days have been few and evil, to which is added remarks, etc., on places he visited during his pilgrimage in this wilderness Falmouth ed 1925 SAMUEL KELLY: AN EIGHTEENTH CENTURY SEAMAN, Whose Days Have Been Few and Evil, with Remarks on Places He Visited during his Pilgrimage in the Wilderness. A picturesque and detailed life of a merchant seaman of the era. 16 illustrations, one of 160 copies, large tall 8vo, two-tone cloth. New York, 1925. 289.3||K 1
Kemp, Dixon, 1839-1899 An expositon of yacht racing rules : customs and practices observed in match sailing, including decisions on particular cases of protest 1898 AN EXPOSITION OF YACHT RACING RULES: customs and practices observed in match sailing, including decisions on particular cases of protest. Management of matches & races, and measurement for rating. 52 line drawings. London, 1898. 785.7||K 1
Kemp, Peter Kemp, 1904- Victory at sea, 1939-1945 1958 VICTORY AT SEA, British sea power and decisive part played in W.W.II, six years of naval endeavor , 1939-1945. London, 1958. 391.27||K 1
Keppel, Henry, Sir, 1809-1904 ; Brooke, James, Sir, 1803-1868 The expedition to Borneo of H.M.S. Dido for the suppression of piracy : with extracts from the journal of James Brooke, Esq. of Sar[wak (now agent for the British Government in Borneo) v. 1〜2 1846 THE EXPEDITION TO BORNEO OF H.M.S DIDO FOR THE SUPPRESSION OF PIRACY; with Extracts from the Journal of James Brooke of Sarawak. 6 folding maps & 1 folding table; 11 tinted lithograph plates. 2 vols., 8vol, new 3/4 marble boards, small blind stamp on title page. Second edition. London, 1846. 292.43||K 1
Kieboom, Jaques van den La connoissance des pavillons, ou bannieres que la plフpart des nations arborent en mer, comme font ceux d'Angleterre, d'Ecosse & d'Irlande, des provinces-unies, des pays-bas, de l'Espagne, du Portugal, de l'Italie, de France, du Dannemarc, de la Suede, de 1737 LA CONNOISSANCE DES PAVILLONS: ou bannieres, que la plupart des nations arborent en mer, comme sont ceux d’Angelterre… des Provinces-Unies, des Pays Bas… de la Suide…etc. 215 engraving on 90 plates of signal flags. Plates are based on Allard’s 1695 work. 3/4 calf, 4to. Scarce, gd. copy. LaHaye, 1737. 288.9||C 2
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Kipling, Rudyard, 1865-1936 Captains courageous : a story of the Grand Banks (The works of Rudyard Kipling) 1899 CAPTAINS COURAGEOUS, the classic narrative of fishing the Grand Banks and the portrayal of the rough life during the fishing season. 22 drawings. London, 1897. 901.8||K 2
Knauth, Anna Dixwell Ship logs and travel diaries of Anna Dixwell Knauth 1934-1956 19-- SHIPS LOGS AND TRAVEL DIARIES, experiences sailing from 1932 to 1958 in an 18’ Nantucket cat and a 50’ Alden schooner. Privately printed. Loose in stiff wrappers. No date or place of publication. (ca. 1960?). 935||K 2
Knight, E. F. (Edward Frederick), 1852-1925 The cruise of the Falcon : a voyage to South America in a 30-ton yacht vol. 1〜2 1884 THE CRUISE OF THE “FALCON,” a voyage of 22,000 miles to South America in a 30-ton yacht, 20 months in the South Atlantic and West Indies in 1880-1 in a 42’ Penzance lugger. An early long- distance yacht voyage. 2 vols., 15 illusts. ex-libris. London, 1884. 558.02||K 3
Koebel, W. H. (William Henry), 1872-1923 ; Forrest, A. S. (Archibald Stevenson), b. 1869 South America 1--- SOUTH AMERICA, with 75 color plates from paintings by A.S. Forrest. London, n.d. (ca. 1905). 296||K 1
Koldewey, Karl ; Mercier, L. ; Bates, H. W. The German Arctic Expedition of 1869-70, and narrative of the wreck of the Hansa in the ice 1874 THE GERMAN ARCTIC EXPEDITION OF 1869-70, and Narrative of the Wreck of the “Hansa” In The Ice, a record of polar survival. Illustrated with 2 maps, 4 colored chromolithographs and 70 woodcuts and engravings. 2 volumes in one, spine rubbed, thick large 4to. London, 1874. 297.8||K 2
Kothari, Jehangir H. Impressions of a first tour round the world in 1883 and 1884 : embracing travels in Europe, the United States of America, canada, the straits settlements, and the Northern Portions of India 1889 ROUND THE WORLD in 1883-84, diary and log-journal of travels with impressions of a first tour on steamer “Oriental” during a twelve month sojourn. Privately printed, autographed presentation copy. London, 1889. 290.9||K 1
Kynett, Harold H. Fireside admiral : ramblings about a marine museum 1950 FIRESIDE ADMIRAL-Ramblings about a Marine Museum ? the Seaport at Mystic ? profusely illustrated with 82 pen & ink sketches by F.W. Lane, with colorplate frontispiece ? issued as a Christmas gift for 1950 ? privately printed. n.p., 1950. 550.4||K 1
La Farge, John, 1835-1910 Reminiscences of the south seas 1912 REMINISCENCES OF THE SOUTH SEAS, journeys to Samoan, Hawaiian and Fijian islands, with the native life illustrated by the author’s 32 paintings in color and 16 drawings. Spine stained. New York, 1912. 297.5||L 1
Laing, Alexander, 1903- Clipper ship men 1944 CLIPPER SHIP MEN, the development of the clipper ship era, 1833-1869. 39 sketch drawings by Sperry Armstrong. N.Y. 1944. 550.2||L 7
Laing, Alexander, 1903- American sail : a pictorial hisory 1961 AMERICAN SAIL, A PICTORIAL HISTORY, more then 500 pictures of ships, harbors, mariners, and sea aspects, as they appeared to Americans who lived in the age of sail, from the 17th to the beginning of the 20th century, chronologically arranged. The text describes the ships, captains, privateering, sea battles, ship design, with an index to vessels, persons and picture sources. New York, 1961 ? 1st edition. 558.02||L 9
Lamb, John Cameron The Life-Boat and its work 1911 THE LIFEBOAT AND ITS WORK, origins from Lukin, 1806, to the activities of the Royal National Lifeboat Institution since 1824. 53 illustrations. London, 1911. 558.84||L 3
Lamont, James ; Livesay, W. Yachting in the Arctic seas or notes of five voyages of sport and discovery in the neighbourhood of Spitzbergen and Novaya Zemlya 1876 YACHTING IN THE ARCTIC SEAS. Notes of five voyages, discovery in the neighborhood of Spitzbergen and Novaya Zemlya; facts on sealing and whaling; technical methods & tools used for harpooning. 12 plates & 1 folding map. Worn cloth. London, 1876. 558.02||L 10
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Larsen, Henry ; Pellaton, May Behind the lianas : exploration in French Guiana 1958 BEHIND THE LIANAS. Exploration in French Guiana, canoe trips on the Maroni River studying the life and activities of the Carib Indians. 71 photos of which 5 are in color. London, 1958. 296.12||L 1
Lawson, Cecil C. P. ; Robinson, Charles N. Naval ballads & sea songs   NAVAL BALLADS AND SEA SONGS, a fine selection of sea songs, illustrated with 15 colored engravings, 30 B&W decorations. London, 1933. 901.8||L 3
Le Roy, David Les navires des anciens : conside屍市 par rapport ` leurs voiles, et ` l'usage qu'on en pourroit faire dans notre marine : ouvrage servant de suite ` celui qui a pour titre, La marine des anciens peuples 1783 LES NAVIRES DES ANCIENS, Consideres par Rapport a Leur Voiles, Et A L’Usage Qu’on en Pourroit Faire dans Notre Marine; Ouvrage Servant de suite a celui qui a pour titre, La Marine Des Anciens Peuples. (Sailing ships, their rigs and development from ancient Carthage & Mediterranean pirate lug to the square-rigged French frigates of 1782). Text in French. 3 triple-folding engraved plates showing 55 sailing rigs. Full-mottled calf, gilt decorated. Paris, 1783. 550.2||L 8
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Lediard, Thomas, d. 1759 The naval history of England : in all its branches, from the Norman conquest in the year 1066, to the conclusion of 1734 : collected from the most approved historians, English and foreign, authentick records and manuscripts, scarce tracts, original journa 1735 THE NAVAL HISTORY OF ENGLAND, from the Norman Conquest, 1066, to the Conclusion of 1734; authentic records and mss. etc. collected from English and Foreign historians. 2. vols. in one, folio, calf, gilt decorated, with leather labels, front cover hinge cracked, otherwise a fine copy. London, 1735. 233||L 1
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Lendy, A.F. Lendy's patent topograph 1864 LENDY’S PATENT TOPOGRAPH. A surveying device that can be used as a prismatic compass, a level, and as a clinometer, a prospectus with 2 plans. 12 pgs. Wrappers. London, n. d. (ca. 1860). 512||L 1
Lenwood, Frank Pastels from the pacific 1917 PASTELS FROM THE PACIFIC. Papua and the Southwest Pacific, a record of native life on the islands. 38 illustrations, including 12 in color. London, 1917. 297||L 1
Lewis, David D. The fight for the sea : the past, present, and future of submarine warfare in the Atrantic 1961 THE FIGHT FOR THE SEA, the past, present and future of submarine warfare in the Atlantic. A study of the shifting balances of power and of the importance of military supremacy in controlling the Atlantic since W. W. I. With information on the size of Russian sea power today and on the naval resources of NATO. Illustrated. Cleveland, 1961. 391.27||L 1
Little, Elizabeth A. Log-book notes through life 1889 LOG BOOK NOTES THROUGH LIFE, drawings and poems-a piece of nautical experience, late Victorian period. Oblong quarto, decorative boards. Very good condition. New York, 1888. 901.8||L 4
Lloyd's Register of Shipping Annals of Lloyd's Register Centenary ed. 1934 ANNALS OF LLOYDS’ REGISTER, CENTENARY EDITION, 1934. An interesting account of the origin of the register, the days of wood and iron ships, 1834-85; the introduction of the steel ships, 1885-1918, and post-World War activities. 14 pages of illustrations and an index. London, 1934. 683.3||L 5
Loomis, Alfred F. The cruise of the Hippocampus 1922 THE CRUISE OF THE “HIPPOCAMPUS” sailing a 28 ‘auxiliary yawl from New York to Balboa through the Caribbean and West Indies. 45 illustrations. New York, 1922. 558.02||L 12
Lott, Arnold S. Brave ship, brave men 1964 BRAVE SHIP, BRAVE MEN. The account of the heroic USS Aaron Ward and her crow in the 52-minute engagement off the island of Okinawa against Kamikaze suicide planes. Nearly wrecked and with 42 dead, it was saved and sailed back to the U.S.A. Introduction by Adm. Chester Nimitz. New York, 1964. 391.27||L 2
Lubbock, Basil, 1876-1944 The log of the Cutty Sark [new ed] 1945 THE LOG OF THE “CUTTY SARK” a history of the famous wool and tea clipper, considered to be the fastest of all the clippers, compiled from her log books & captain’s abstracts. 51 illustrations and 9 scale-plans. Glasgow, 1928. 558.17||L 1.3
Ludwig, Emil, 1881-1948 ; Lindsay, Mary H. The Nile : the life-story of a river 1937 THE NILE, The Life-story of a River, from Ripon Falls near Entebbe, to the Mediterranean, a 4050-mile run. History of early trading and commerce, translated from the German. An outstanding research study. 50 sepia photos, 6 maps (one folding colored map). New York, 1937. 294.2||L 1
Lund, Morten Eastward on five sounds : cruising from New York to Nantucket 1971 EASTWARD ON FIVE SOUNDS. Cruising from New York to Nantucket; including a 23-day cruise of the trimaran “Nimble.” Profusely illustrated with charts, diagrams &photos. New York, 1971 299.51||L 1
Mackaness, George, 1882- The life of Vice-Admiral William Bligh, R. N., F. R. S. 1936 THE LIFE OF VICE ADMIRAL WILLIAM BLIGH, a study based on his own logs, letters and contemporary documents. 2 vols. in one with a 25-page bibliography. N. Y., n. d. (ca. 1931). 289.3||B 3
Mackenzie, Alexander, Sir, 1763-1820 ; Quaife, Milo Milton, 1880-1959 Alexander Mackenzie's voyage to the Pacific ocean in 1793 (The Lakeside classics) 1931 VOYAGES FROM MONTREAL THROUGH THE CONTINENT OF NORTH AMERICA, to the Frozen & Pacific Oceans in 1789 & 1793, with an account of the Rise & State of the Fur Trade. The first expedition by a white man in that area. Portrait, 3 maps and an Indian vocabulary. Spine and edges very worn and front hinge cracked. Contents very good. 2 vols. Lakeside Press. Chicago, 1931. 558.02||M 10
Mackrow, Clement The naval architect's and shipbuilder's pocket-book of formulae, rules, and tables and marine engineer's and surveyor's handy book of reference 8th ed 1902 THE NAVAL ARCHITECT’S & SHIPBUILDER’S POCKET-BOOK OF FORMULAS, RULES & TABLES and Marine Engineer’s and Surveyor’s Handy Book of Reference. A voluminous 750-page compendium covering 1200-indexed subjects, with 314-text drawings. 3/4 morocco. London, 1902. 551.036||M 1.2
Maclay, William W. Memoranda in the life of William W. Maclay, A.M. : engineer in the department of docks, New York city, member of the American Society of Civil Engineers, member of the New York Academy of Sciences, etc/American Society of Civil Engineers, instituted 1852, 1885 MEMORANDA IN THE LIFE…LATE LIEUT. COMM. OF U.S. NAVY, a biography; from midshipman 1860, including and bound in, a 54-pg. Am. Soc. Civil Engineers article in their Transactions (1877), en-titled “Notes and Experiments on the Use and Testing of Portland Cement, ” with 2 plates. New York, 1885. 289.3||M 4
Maclean, Fitzroy, 1911- Eastern approaches 1951 EASTERN APPROACHES, a record of travel in Russia, Benghazi and Roumania. 14 photos, 3 maps. London, 1951. 391.6||M 1
MacMillan, Donald Baxter, 1874- Four years in the white north 1918 FOUR YEARS IN THE WHITE NORTH, voyage of the S. S DIANA by the Crocker Land Expedition, from the Bkly’n Navy’ Yard to Upernavik, and northern areas. 3 maps, 66 photos, slight defect on upper spine. New York, 1918. 297.8||M 1
Macy, William Hussey, 1826-1891 There she blows! : or, The log of the Arethusa 1877 THERE SHE BLOWS! or THE LOG OF THE “ARETHUSA,” a whaling voyage of 20 months as logged by an 18-year old greenhand, out of Nantucket as a blacksmith. 1st ed., rebacked, old spine relaid, fore-edge front cover worn. Boston, 1877. 901.8||M 3
Mahan, A. T. (Alfred Thayer), 1840-1914 The gulf and inland waters (The Navy in the Civil War:no. 3) 1883 THE GULF AND INLAND WATERS. Naval action during the Civil War from Key West to the Rio Grande, and up the Mississippi. 8 maps & plans. New York, 1883. 391.27||M 1
Mahan, Alfred Thayer From sail to steam : recollections of naval life 1907 FROM SAIL TO STEAM, recollections of 50 yrs. of naval life, 1856-1906, experiences, associations, and reflections along the way. Top edge cover worn. New York, 1907. 289.3||M 7
Main, Thomas J. ; Brown, Thomas The marine steam-engine designed chiefly for the use of the officers of her majesty's navy 3rd ed. 1855 THE MARINE STEAM ENGINE, every phase covered from design, construction and operation discussed in questions and answers, with lists of screw and paddle steamers in H.M.Navy. 3 engraved plates (2 folding), orig. 8vo cloth. London, 1855-1860. 554.4||M 2
Mandeville, John, Sir, 1357?-1372 The voiage and travaile of Sir John Maundevile, kt. : which treateth of the way to Hierusalemn, and of marvayles of Inde, with other ilands and countrys 1883 THE VOIAGE AND TRAVAILE OF SIR JOHN MAUNDEVILLE KT. Which Treateth of the way to Hierusalem; and of the Marvayles of Inde, With Other Islands and Countries. Now Published entire from an Original Ms. in the Cotton Library. Title page printed in red & black, contemporary full calf, neatly rebacked, best edition to date. London, 1725. 558.02||M 1.2
March, J. Jolly angler, or water side companion : containing an account of all the best places for angling as well as the tackle, baits, & other requisites to form an expert angler : with a correct description of tying hooks, making artificial flies, repairing tack 18-- JOLLY ANGLER OR WATERSIDE COMPANION. A pocketbook on tackle and baits for angling, making artificial flies, means used in sea fishing. Illustrated with 80 wood engravings. London, 1846. 787.1||M 1
Markham, Clements R. (Clements Robert), Sir, 1830-1916 A naval career during the old war : being a narrative of the life of Admiral John Markham, M.P. for Portsmouth for twenty-three years (lord of the admiralty, 1801-4 and 1806-7) 1883 A NAVAL CAREER DURING THE OLD WAR: Being A Narrative of the Life of Admiral John Markham, with details of life afloat from 1775 to 1800. 15 charts. Half morocco, top edge of scuffed spine torn, contents fine. London, 1883. 289.3||M 8
Marriner, John Black Sea and blue river 1968 BLACK SEA AND BLUE RIVER, inland coastal cruising through five countries, Romania, Bulgaria, Jugoslavia, Hungary and Austria, on a palatial 54’ motor yacht, from the Black Sea to Vienna 5 maps & 29 photos. New in d.j. London, 1968. 293.9||M 1
Marryat, Frederick, 1792-1848 The naval officer : or scenes and adventures in the life of Frank Mildmay v. 1〜3 1829 THE NAVAL OFFICER; or, Scenes and Adventures in the Life of Frank Mildmay. 3 volumes, 1/2 calf (worn), marble boards; top edge of volume I spine chipped away. Tight copies, internally fine. London, 1829. 289.3||M 10
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Marsden, Reginald G. (Reginald Godfrey), 1845-1927 ; Roscoe, Edward Stanley, 1849-1932 ; Robertson, Helenus Macualay A treatise on the law of collisions at sea 6th ed. / by E.S. Roscoe and H.M. Robertson 1910 A TREATISE ON THE LAW OF COLLISION AT SEA. 6th Edition by Roscoe & Robertson. A list of over 1500 recorded cases; with index of over 300 subjects from “Abandonment” to “Wrongdoing.” Previous owner’s name inked on upper portion of spine. London, 1910. 558.83||M 1||'10
Marshall, Donald Island of passion : Ra'ivavae 1962 ISLAND OF PASSION, (RAIVAVAE), the yacht MAREVA and her voyage to a Polynesian atoll to study a culture that was overwhelmed by the western world. Based on the manuscript of J.F. Stimson and the author’s personal observations. 26 photos. London, 1962. 389.75||M 1
Marvin, Winthrop L. The American merchant marine : its history and romance from 1620 to 1902 1902 THE AMERICAN MERCHANT MARINE, Its History and Romance, 1620-1902, from the era of the privateers to steam navigation. New York, 1902. 683.253||M 3.2
Masefield, John, 1878-1967 ; Pears, Chas Salt-water poems and ballads 1916 SALT WATER POEMS AND BALLADS, a great sea poet portrays the charm and beauty of the sea as well as its terror and fascination. 12 lovely color plates, and 20 in B&W by Charles Pears. New York, 1916. 901.8||M 4
Mason Brothers The New York almanac and weather book for the year 1857 : being the eighty-second year of the independence of the United States of America 1857 THE NEW YORK ALMANAC AND WEATHER BOOK 1857, … a Complete Diary for the Year 1857, with a Great Amount of Tables and useful Information… with an index. 12mo orig. cloth. New York, 1857. 253.21||N 1
Mason, Michael Henry, 1900- ; A.S.M. Where tempests blow : upon the land of Magellan 1933 WHERE TEMPESTS BLOW Upon the Land of Magellan. Diary-log journal of three months cruising Chilean’s Patagonia in a 15-ton steam launch “VIOLETA,” the channels, inlets and islands. 27 photos, 2 maps. London, 1933. 296.6||M 1
Maynard, Felix ; Dumas, Alexandre, 1802-1870 ; Reed, F. W. (Frank Wild), 1874-1953 The whalers 1937 THE WHALERS. A vivid and exciting narrative of the cruise of the whaler “Asia”, 1837-46, in New Zealand waters. New York, 1937. 953||M 4
McAdam, Roger Williams The old Fall River line : being an account of the world renowned steamship line with comments on romantic events and personages during its ninety years of daily service 1937 THE OLD FALL RIVER LINE, being a chronicle of the world-renowned steamship line; revised and enlarged with added textual material, more illusts. and an index. New York, 1955 684||M 2
McDonald, Kendall Treasure beneath the sea [1st American ed.] 1974 TREASURE BENEATH THE SEA, Adventures of the Wreck Detectives in Their Search for Sunken Ships, around the coast of Great Britain; on elementary salvage with SCUBA apparatus and guide to underwater archeology. Interesting indices on sources for wreak location, the law, bibliography and list of wrecks for the past 19 centuries. 76 illustrations. 4to. New York, 1974 555.9||M 1
McGuire, Frances Margaret Cheadle The Royal Australian Navy : its origin, development and organization 1948 THE ROYAL AUSTRALIAN NAVY: Its Origin, Development and Organization. Action in W.W.U. 58 illusts. Melbourne (1948). 397.271||M 1
M'Clintock, Francis Leopold, Sir, 1819-1907 The voyage of the Fox in the Arctic seas : a narrative of the discovery of the fate of Sir John Franklin and his companions 1859 THE VOYAGE OF THE “FOX” IN THE ARCTIC SEAS, in search of Franklin and his companions. 33 illusts. and folding maps. First edition, orig.1/2 calf, marble boards, rubbed. London, 1859. 297.8||F 1
Merriam, Charles, b. 1885 Last of the five-masters 1936 LAST OF THE FIVE MASTERS, a vivid tale of a voyage from Norfolk to Caribbean, v.f. N.Y. 1936. 901.8||M 5
Middlemas, Keith, 1935- Command the far seas : a naval campaign of the First World War 1961 COMMAND THE FAR SEAS, an account of the German cruiser raiders of 1914 and the naval battles of Coronel and Falk-land. 15 photos & 5 maps. London, 1961. 391.27||M 2
Mirsky, Jeannette, 1903-1987 To the North! : The story of Arctic exploration from earliest times to the present 1934 TO THE NORTH: The Story of Arctic Exploration from the Earliest Times to the Present. A classic in its field with a complete history of Arctic travel. 38 illustrations & maps. (The book was withdrawn soon after publication because of libel action threatened by the late Frederick A. Cook. Mrs. Mirsky rewrote it in 1948 bringing it up to date & entitling it TO THE ARCTIC.) New York, 1934. (Arctic Biblio. 11528). 297.8||M 2
Moore, Winthrop P. Motorboats : their care and handling 1946 MOTORBOATS, Their Care and Handling, from selecting and buying to handling at sea in fair and foul weather. Profusely illustrated with photos and drawings. New York, 1946. 556.79||M 3
Morison, Samuel Eliot, 1887-1976 Builders of the Bay colony 1930 BUILDERS OF THE BAY COLONY, the personalities who were the basis of the Puritan’s decision to come to America and the people that influenced the first 50 years of the colony. 40 illusts. from paintings, documents & engravings. Cambridge, 1930. 285.3||M 3
Morris, Joseph ; Adams, St. Clair Songs for fishermen 1922 SONGS FOR FISHERMEN, anthology of poems on angling, “hooked” by 136 authors. Original cloth., spine slightly worn. Cincinnati, 1922. 901.8||M 6
Moss, Frederick Joseph, b. 1829 Through atolls and islands in the great south sea 1889 THROUGH ATOLLS AND ISLANDS OF THE GREAT SOUTH SEA, largely concerns Fiji. Map and 19 illusts., pictorial cloth. London, 1889. 297.5||M 1
Mudie, Rosemary ; Mudie, Colin The history of the sailing ship 1975 THE HISTORY OF THE SAILING SHIP, an illustrated panorama of the sailing vessel from the reedboat to the 20th century .167 illustrations (61 in color) from ceramic artifacts, coins, paintings, etc. 4to cloth. New York, 1975. 558.02||M 11
Muir, John, 1838-1914 Travels in Alaska 1915 TRAVELS IN ALASKA by river steamers and native canoes. Three trips 1879-1890 recorded by a well-known naturalist; facts on Indian culture, glaciers and gold prospecting. Faded spine. 12 ills. Boston, 1915. 295.4||M 1
Nares, George S. (George Strong), 1831-1915 Arctic expedition, 1875-6 : journals and proceedings of the Arctic expedition under the command of Captain Sir George S. Nares/Chart to accompany papers and correspondence relating to the equipment and fitting out of the Arctic expedition of 1875/Arctic e 1875 JOURNALS AND PROCEEDINGS OF THE ARCTIC EXPEDITION, 1875-6, under (his) Command. Parliamentary Pa-per C1636. BOUND WITH RELATED ITEMS, Results derived from the Expedition, 1878; Papers relating to the Equipment and Fitting Out of the Expedition, 1875; and others. 32 folding maps and views. Folio buckram, top edge of spine wrinkled, ex-libris perforated stamp on title page. London, 1877. 297.8||N 1
Nederlandsche Handel-Maatschappij Gedenkboek der Nederlandsche Handel-Maatschappij, 1824-1924 1924 GEDENKBOEK der NEDERLANDSCHE HANDELMAATSCHAPPIJ, 1824-1924. (100th anniversary of a Dutch shipping concern). Text in Dutch. 4to, 46 plates. Amsterdam, 1924. 235.907||M 1
New York (City) Commissioners of the sinking fund, 1867 The wharves, piers and slips, belonging to the corporation of the city of New York, 1868 : North River 1868 THE WHARVES, PIERS AND SLIPS belonging to the Corporation of the City of New York, 1868. North River; 70 plans (in color) and explanations; Pier 12 Albany St. to Pier at 138th St. Scale: 80’=1 inch. Oblong, 4to album, 9”x12”, 3/4 morocco. New York, 1868. (ms. notes on verso of plates.) 558.78||N 2
New York Yacht Club Report of regatta committee/report of library committee 19-- REPORTS 1894-1901, on regatta committees for America’s Cup races; rules for racing all types & classes of yachts; library donations. New York, 1895. 785.7||N 1
Nichols, George, 1778-1865 ; Nichols, Martha George Nichols, Salem shipmaster and merchant : An autobiography dictated by him over fifty years ago, when he was eighty years old 19-- GEORGE NICHOLS, SALEM SHIPMASTER AND MERCHANT, seafaring life between 1795 and 1804, 10 illusts. and an 8-page index. Salem, n.d. (ca. 1910) 289.3||N 3
Norden, Hermann Byways of the tropic seas : wanderings among the Solomons and in the Malay Archipelago 1926 BY WAYS OF THE TROPIC SEAS, wanderings among the Solomons, the Malay Archipelago, the Guadalcanal, the Melanesians and Bail, with 63 photos & 2 maps. London, 1926. 297.32||N 1
Nordhoff, Charles, 1830-1901 ; Remy, Jules, 1826-1893 Northern California, Oregon, and the Sandwich Islands 1874 NORTHERN CALIFORNIA, OREGON, AND THE SANDWICH ISLANDS. The culture of the Hawaiians, and of the Indians of the Pacific northwest. 97 engravings. New York, 1874. 295.39||N 1
Nordhoff, Charles, 1887-1947 ; Hall, James Norman, 1887-1951 Botany Bay 1941 BOTANY BAY, events leading to Arthur Phillip’s voyage to New South Wales in 1788, written in the realm of historical fiction. 1st edition. Boston, 1941. 901.8||N 2
Nunn, Wilfrid Tigris gunboats : a narrative of the Royal navy's co-operation with the military forces in Mesopotamia from the beginning of the war to the capture of Baghdad (1914-17) 1932 TIGRIS GUNBOATS, Royal Navy’s Cooperation in Mesopotamia from the beginning of the War to the Capture of Baghdad, 1914-17, 30 photos, 2 maps. London, 1932. 391.27||N 1
Osborn, Fairfield, 1887-1969 The Pacific world : its vast distances, its lands and the life upon them, and its people 1944 THE PACIFIC WORLD, anthology of facts and figures by 28 members of 9 institutions, with 7 color plates on the Pacific; profile, winds, currents, migrations, mammals, birds and butterfiles. 18 illustrations and maps. New York, 1944. 297||O 1
Paton, William Agnew, 1848-1918 Down the islands : a voyage to the Caribbees 1887 DOWN THE ISLAND, a voyage to the Caribbees and Windward Islands, island hopping and visiting 22 ports. 68 drawings. London, 1888. 295.98||P 1
Payer, Julius, 1842-1915 New lands within the arctic circle/narrative of the discoveries of the Austrarian ship Tegetthoff in the years 1872-1874 1877 NEW LANDS WITHIN THE ARCTIC CIRCLE. Narrative of the Discoveries of the Austrian Ship ”Togetthoff” 1872-1874, the exploration of Novaya Zemiya and Franz-Josef Land, final shipwreck and abandonment. Translated from the German. 93 steel engravings and a map. 3/4 green calf & marble boards. 1 vol. ed., 8vo cloth. New York, 1877. 297.8||P 1
Penn, Geoffrey Up funnel, down screw! : The story of the naval engineer 1955 UP FUNNEL, DOWN SCREW. a general history of the engineering side of the Royal Navy, from the beginning of a steam propulsion to the advent of steam and diesel turbines of the present century. 18 illusts. London, 1955. 397.233||P 1
Perlmutter, Tom War machines, sea 1975 WAR MACHINES-SEA. 3100 years of evolution of the mechanics of sea warfare, from Pharaoh Ramses papyrus, reed boats to today’s nuclear powered hull, POLARIS. 130 pgs. of colored drawings of triremes, fire ships, the Viking longship, the galleon, ships of the line, the monitor and revolving turrets, torpedo boats, destroyers, submarines, to self-contained islands called carriers. Printed in Hong Kong. London, 1975. 557||P 1
Pettersson, Hans Westward ho with the 'Albatross' 1954 WESTWARD HO WITH THE ALBATROSS, the Albatross expedition, 1947-48, a vivid account of the circumnavigation of the first Swedish deep-sea oceanographical expedition, a 15 months’ voyage of 45.000 miles in a 4-masted schooner. 55 illustrations. New York, 1953 452.2||P 1
Phillipps, H. Cranmer A code of universal naval signals, calculated to afford the means of communication between ships of all nations : and arranged so as to be easily translated into foreign languages : in which are included night signals, a plan for boat signals and for a se 1835 CODE OF UNIVERSAL NAVAL SIGNALS…means of Communication between Ships of all Nations….included Night Signals …with a cypher for secret correspondence. 3 plates(1 in color). Erratta slip. London, 1835. 558.4||P 1
Phillips, James Duncan, b. 1876 Salem in the seventeenth century 1933 SALEM IN THE SEVENTEENTH CENTURY, as the first and outstanding colony of the 13 states, the history of its origin, first settlers & members of the town & colonial governments. 9 illustration. Boston, 1933. 253.14||P 1
Phillips, James Duncan, b. 1876 The life and times of Richard Derby : merchant of Salem, 1712-1783 1929 THE LIFE AND TIMES OF RICHARD DERBY Merchant of Salem, 1712 to 1783, including Derby wills and land titles. a bibliography, with 4 full-page plates and a description of Salem in the 18th century. Wrappers, 116 pages. Cambridge, 1929. 672.33||D 1
Phillips, Thomas, fl. 1693 A journal of a voyage made in the Hannibal of London, Ann. 1693, 1694 : from England to Cape Monseradoe in Africa : and thence along the coast of Guiney to Whidaw, the island of St. Thomas : and so forward to Barbadoes : with a cursory account of the coun 1704 A JOURNAL OF A VOYAGE made in the “Hannibal” of London, Ann. 1693, 1694, From England, to Cape Monseradoe, In Africa; And thence along the Coast of Guiney to Whidaw, the Island of St. Thomas, And so forward to Barbadoes. With a Cursory Account of the Country, the People, their Manners, Forts, Trade, etc. A complete extract from Osborn, “Collection of Voyages and Travels.” Wrappers bound in & a map of the North Atlantic on inner cover. 4to, 1/4 cloth, marble boards in excellent condition. London, (ca. 1704). 558.02||P 7
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Piddington, Henry, 1797-1858 The sailor's horn-book for the law of storms : being a practical exposition of the theory of the law of storms, and its uses to mariners of all classes in all parts of the world, shewn by transparent storm cards and useful lessons 2nd ed, with additions 1851 SAILOR’S HORN BOOK FOR THE LAW OF STORMS, with a transparent celluloid compass storm card and 4 large folding charts, pictorial cloth. London, 1851. 558.036||P 1
Pohl, Frederick Julius, 1889- Prince Henry Sinclair : his expedition to the New World in 1398 [1st American ed.] 1974 PRINCE HENRY SINCLAIR, His Expedition to the New World in 1398. A completely documented and annotated account of a pre-Colombian trans-Atlantic voyage from Orkney Isles to Greenland, Newfoundland and Nova Scotia. 25 sketch maps and drawings; based on the Zeno brothers’ narratives and 172-listed bibliographical works. New York, 1974. 298||S 1
Pond, E. LeRoy Junius Smith : pioneer promoter of transatlantic steam navigation (Marine Historical Association. [Publication]:vol. II, no. 2) 1941 JUNIUS SMITH, PIONEER PROMOTER OF TRANS-ATLANTIC STEAM NAVIGATION, development of the London and New York Union Steam Packet Co. from 1835. 5 illustrations (4 of paddle steamers). Wrappers. Mystic, 1941. 558.02||P 6
Portlock, Nathaniel, 1748?-1817 A voyage round the world, but more particularly to the north-west coast of America : performed in 1785, 1786, 1787, and 1788, in the King George and Queen Charlotte, Captains Portlock and Dixon, Embellished with twenty copper-plates, dedicated, by permiss 1789 A VOYAGE ROUND THE WORLD; But More Particularly to the North-West Coast of America; Performed in 1785-88. The expedition set out to establish a trade in furs in No. Amer. The most important result of the voyage was the exploration of the N. W. coast of America, surveying the coasts of British Columbia, Nootka & Alaska, and visiting the Falkland and Sandwich Islands. Capt. Portlock commanded the “King George.” 6 folding maps & 13 plates of views and portrait. 4to, 1st edition, 3/4 calf, worn, with manuscript notes of 101 lines (manuscript list inserted), in neat hand, about 7 events, done on 3/4 of the title page & verso. Internally very fine. London, 1789. (Lande 1393; Howes 1845; Sabin 64389; Pilling p.77). 558.02||P 8
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Prenties, William Dreadful wreck of the Brig St. lawrence, from Quebec to New York, 1780, which struck on an island of ice, near the Galph of St. Lawrence : including the melancholy fate of some of the crew, who were frozen to death, and the perilous situation and extrem 1--- DREADFUL WRECK OF THE BRIG. ST. LAWRENCE, from Quebec to New York, 1780, which struck ice…including the fate of some of the crew, who were frozen to death & the hardships of the survivors. Folding frontispiece. 1/2 calf. London, (ca. 1809). 558.84||P 1
Prime, William Cowper, 1825-1905 Boat life in Egypt and Nubia 1865 BOAT LIFE IN EGYPT AND NUBIA, incidents of travel along the NILE in 1855, by an American with introductions from the Smithsonian Institute of Washington, D. C. Top edge of spine chipped. New York, 1872. 294.2||P 1
Protheroe, Ernest The British navy : its making and its meaning 1914 BRITISH NAVY: Its Making and Its Meaning, British naval activity up to the beginning of W. W. I. 289 illusts., top edge of spine work. London, (ca. 1915). 397.233||P 2
Prowse, D. W. (Daniel Woodley) A history of Newfoundland from the English, colonial, and foreign records 2nd ed, rev. and corrected 1895 A HISTORY OF NEWFOUNDLAND, from the English, Colonial and Foreign Records, the shipbuilding and fishing industries from 1500 to 1895. 289 illusts., 5 plates & a fldg. map. 2nd edition. London, 1896. (Very scarce). 251.2||P 2
Puleston, Fred, 1859- African drums 1930 AFRICAN DRUMS, author’s experiences as a Congo trader from 1882-96 prior to becoming a physician. A true account. Unusual colour woodcuts by A. Durenceau. New York, 1930. 389.448||P 1
Purchas, Samuel, 1577-1626 ; Horsey, Jerome, Sir, d. 1626 ; Methold, William, 1590-1653 ; Mak`n, Jirjis ibn al-ゥAm`d, 1205-1273 ; Erpenius, Thomas, 1584-1624 Pvrchas his Pilgrimage : or, Relations of the world and the religions observed in all ages and places discouered, from the Creation vnto this present [1st ed.] 1613 PURCHAS HIS PILGRIMAGE, OR RELATIONS OF THE WORLD AND THE RELIGIONS OBSERVED IN ALL AGES …THIS FIRST CONTAINETH A THEOLOGICALL AND GEOGRAPHICAL HISTOIRE OF ASIA,AFRICA,AND AMERICA WITH THE ISLANDS ADJACENT.First Edition of this important work.The last two of the nine books relate to America ? New France, Virginia,Florida, New Spain and other regains of America. Thick small folio, modern brown fabrikoid, some usual age staining, edges of title page and last two pages of index at the end, frayed, not affecting any of the text; otherwise a good tight copy, 1st edition. London,1613. (Sabin 66678. S. T. C. 20505) 290.1||P 1
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Rawson, Edward Kirk, 1846-1934 Twenty famous naval battles : Salamis to Santiago v. 1〜2 1899 TWENTY FAMOUS NAVAL BATTLES, Salamis, 480 B. C. to Santiago, 1898. The tactical manoeuvres, the development of the ships and armament. 61 illustrations, 2 vols. London, 1899-1900. 391.27||R 1
Rea, Lorna The Spanish armada 1933 SPANISH ARMADA, The “inside story” of Spain’s conviction of divine protection; the attempt at conquering Protestant England. A record of annihilation, based on 14-listed works. 13 illustrations from old engravings. New York, 1936. 233.051||R 1
Reuter, Ludwig von. Scapa Flow : das Grab der deutschen Flotte 34-43 Tausend 1921 SCAPA FLOW Das Grab der deutschen Flotte. (The epitaph of Scapa Flow), the major naval event of W. W. I. Text in German. 10 photos. Leipzig, 1921. 397.234||R 1
Reyher, Ferdinand David Farragut : sailor 1953 DAVID FARRAGUT, Sailor. The amazing boy hood of America’s first admiral, from midshipman at age 10 to admiral by 1862; he grew up in sail and ended commanding steam. A panorama of U.S. naval action from the War of 1812 to and including the Civil War. Philadelphia, 1953. 289.3||F 2
Rhodes, James A. ; Jauchius, Dean The court-martial of Commodre Perry 1961 THE COURT-MERTIAL OF COMMODORE PERRY, a conspiracy based on the Capt. Jesse Elliot case resulting in the Perry-Heath duel, a record of attempted defamation. Based on published works since 1835, manuscripts & newspaper accounts. 8 illusts. Indianapolis, 1961. 289.3||P 2
Riesenberg, Felix, 1879-1939 ; Briesemeister, William A. Cape Horn 1939 CAPE HORN, The Story of Cape Horn Region, including the Straits of Magellan, from the days of the discoverers, through the glorious era of sail, to the present time; recounting the exploits of Magellan, Drake, Schouten, Fitzroy, Darwin, Melville and many others. Profusely illust.. and charts. Thick 4to. New York, 1939. 298||R 2
Rivington, F. Voyages through the Northern Pacific Ocean, Indian ocean, and Chinese Sea 1831 VOYAGES THROUGH THE NORTHERN PACIFIC OCEAN, INDIAN OCEAN AND CHINESE SEA. Discoveries by Campbell as Captain of the “Arrow”. 4 small engravings. 16mo. 1/4 morocco and mar ? bled board. London, 1831. (Sabin, BM 100844). 292.4||V 1
Robberson, Elbert Seamanship simplified 1959 SEAMANSHIP SIMPLIFIED, information on the operation, management, safety and maintenance of a boat. With a glossary of nautical terms. New York (ca. 1959) 558.11||R 2
Robinson, Gregory Ships that have made history 1938 SHIPS THAT HAVE MADE HISTORY, from 14th century carracks to Paul Jones’ French Indiaman, accounts of ten historic ships. 12 color plates and 15 B&W drawings. New York & London. 1936. 558.02||R 16
Ross, Nancy Wilson, 1901-1986 Farthest reach : Oregon & Washington 1944 FARTHEST REACH, Oregon & Washington. The Pacific Northwest with its green seaboard and backbone of mountains. an endless chronicle of fishing and lumbering. Corner of page 67 lacking, affecting the text. 49 brown sepia photos and a frontispiece chart map. New York, 1944. 295.39||R 1
Rothery, Agnes, 1888-1954 Cape Cod, new & old 1918 CAPE COD, New & Old, details about the Cape, Canal, to nostalgic corners. 43 ills. Boston, 1925. 253.14||E 1
Rydell, Carl ; Green, Elmer Adventures of Carl Rydell : the autobiography of a seafaring man 1924 ADVENTURES OF CARL RYDELL, the auto-biography of a seafaring man from apprentice, age 13, 1873. (The American edition is entitled “Pacific Frontiers. ”) London, 1924. 289.3||R 2
Saris, John, d. 1646 ; 大塚, 高信(1897-1979) The first voyage of the English to Japan (The Toyo Bunko publications:ser. D, vol. 3) 1941 THE FIRST VOYAGE OF THE ENGLISH TO JAPAN based on the original ms. in the Original Library, a 266-pg. transcription and collation by Takanobu Otsuka. Wrappers, text in English. Tokyo, 1941. 558.02||S 6
Savigny, Jean Baptiste Henri, 1793-1843 ; Corr斬rd, Alexandre, 1788-1857 ; G屍icault, M. Naufrage de la fr使ate la M仕use : faisant partie de l'exp仕ition du S始 使al en 1816 4. 仕. / entiarement refondue, orn仔 de huit gravures / per M. G屍icault 1821 NAUFRAGE DE LA FREGATE “MEDUSE,” the expedition to Senegal and subsequent shipwreck of the “Medusa,” with a color plate, and drawing of raft. Mottled calf, respined with leather label. 4th edition. Text in French. Paris, 1821. 558.02||C 22
Saville, Malcolm The adventure of the life-boat service 1950 THE ADVENTURE OF THE LIFE-BOAT SERVICE, the development of an unsinkable watercraft for rescue work since 1824. A record of “voluntary” coastal service round the British Isles. 58 photos and a colored frontispiece. London, 1950. 558.84||S 5
Schofield, Brian Betham, 1895- The Russian convoys 1964 THE RUSSIAN CONVOYS, the 1941-45 Arctic Murmansk route by the Allies supplying Russia, with the cripping of the TIRPITZ by midget subs and the sinking of the SCHARNHORST. 39 photos, 8 maps. London, 1964. 397.3||S 1
Scoresby, William, 1789-1857 The arctic regions and the northern whale-fishery 1--- THE ARCTIC REGIONS AND THE NORTHERN WHALE FISHERY, abridged from 2 vol. 8vo, ed. 1820, original cloth, 12mo, engraved frontispiece. London, n.d. (ca. 1850) 297.8||S 2
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Scott, J. M. The polar regions : an anthology of Arctic and Antarctic photographs (Life and art in photograph:2) 1--- THE POLAR REGIONS, An Anthology of 100 Arctic and Antarctic Photographs, with two photos of kayak (Eskimo hunting canoe) construction, driftwood framed and seal skinned. Top & bottom of spine worn, in d.j. London, n. d. (ca 1930) 297.8||S 3
Scott, Sir Peter, 1909- The eye of the wind 1961 IN THE EYE OF THE WIND, experiences of the famed explorer’s son, artist & small-boat sailor. 4 color plates & 50 photos. London, 1961-63 289.3||S 2
Severin, Timothy, 1940- The golden Antilles 1970 THE GOLDEN ANTILLES, the exploration of the Caribbean circlet of islands named the “West” Indies in 1502; from Raleigh 1595 to the collapse of Darien by a fiasco Scots expedition of 1699. Based on the works of Raleigh, Gage, Esquemeling and Wafer. 35 illustrations from old engravings. London, 1970. 295.9||S 1
Seymour, H. D. Russia on the Black Sea and Sea of Azof : being a narrative of travels in the Crimea and bordering provinces; with notices of the naval, military, and commercial resources of those countries 1855 RUSSIA ON THE BLACK SEA…. and SEA OF AZOF…. Being a Narrative of Travels in the Crimea …. with notices of Naval Events … data on Sevastopol, the Russian Navy and the Commerce of the Sea of Azof. 6 views, plans and a map, edges of spine scuffed. London, 1855. 293.84||S 1
Shaler, Nathaniel Southgate, 1841-1906 Sea and land : features of coasts and ocans with special reference to the life of man 1894 SEA and LAND, Features of Coasts and Oceans With Special Reference to the Life of Man, the geological factors, in beaches, ocean depths, icebergs, lagoon harbors, and tidal currents. 47 illustrations. New York, 1894. 452.15||S 3
Shekter, Robert John Standard handbook of pleasure boats 1959 STANDARD HANDBOOK OF PLEASURE BOATS, sail and power, a guide to buy, maintain, and handle a yacht under all conditions. 35 plans, 20 checklists and tables. Comparable to similar works by Martin and Irving, Hiscock, and Fox. New York, 1959. 556.79||S 4
Shelvocke, George, fl. 1690-1728 ; Perrin, W. G. A voyage round the world (The seafarers' library) 1928 A VOYAGE ROUND THE WORLD by the way of the Great South Sea, Performed in a private Expedition during the War, which broke out with Spain, in the Year 1718. The three and half-year piratical voyage of the armed privateer “Speedwell.” 7 plates and a world map. Introduction by W. P. Perrin. London, 1928. 558.02||S 7
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Shore, Henry Noel The flight of the Lapwing : a naval officer's jottings in China, Formosa and Japan 1881 THE FLIGHT OF THE “LAPWING,” a Naval Officer’s Jottings in China, Formosa and Japan, cruise of H.M.S. “Lapwing” to the China Station to her final 24-day stranding; factual detail on oriental culture. Top edge spine worn. London, 1881. 292.2||S 1
Sierksma, Klaes Flags of the world 1669-1670/A seventeenth century manuscript 1966 FLAGS OF THE WORLD 1669-1670, an un-abridged reproduction of a unique seventeenth century manuscript, 96 colored plates of 111 flags, with commentary & historical annotations; first great collection of the world’s flags, banners, & standards; a record with emblems of dignity and autonomy. One of 1000 copies, 4to, wrappers. Amsterdam, 1966. 288.9||S 2
Smiles, Samuel, 1812-1904 A boy's voyage round the world, including a residence in Victoria, and a journey by rail across North America 1872 A BOY’S VOYAGE ROUND THE WORLD. England to Australia; a two-year log narrative kept by a 16-yr. old boy; ship “York-shire,” 1869 and the “City of Melbourne,” 1879; with index to 340 events, persons and places, 13 maps and views, full calf, small 8vo. London, 1875. 558.02||S 8
Smucker, Samuel M. (Samuel Mosheim), 1823-1863 Arctic explorations and discoveries during the nineteenth century being detailed accounts of the several expeditions to the north seas, both English and American, conducted by Ross, Parry, Back, Franklin, M'clure and others, including the first Grinnell E 1857 ARCTIC EXPLORATIONS & DISCOVERIES, during the 19th Century…Expeditions to the North Seas, both English & American…including the Grinnell Expedition. A panorama of 33 polar voyages from 1818 to 1855. 17 engravings. Neatly rebacked cloth, corners worn otherwise a good tight, clean copy. N. Y. 1857. 297.8||K 1
Snow, Edward Rowe Ghosts, gales and gold 1972 GHOSTS, GALES and GOLD, 28 narratives of fact, fiction and folklore; on capsizings, salvage, shipwrecks, and treasure troves. 21 illustrations from old maps and prints. New York, 1972. 901.8||S 6
Snow, William Parker, 1817-1895 Voyage of the Prince Albert in search of Sir John Franklin : a narrative of every-day life in the Arctic seas 1851 VOYAGE OF THE “PRINCE ALBERT,” In Search of Sir John Franklin, a diary-log journal of every day life in Arctic Seas, through Davis Strait to Baffin Bay, 4 color plates, a folding map and a daily meteorological appendix, with list of subscribers. London, 1851. 299.7||S 1
Soley, James Russell, 1850-1911 The blockade and the cruisers (The Navy in the Civil War:no. 1) 1903 THE BLOCKADE AND THE CRUISERS, the naval actions in the Civil War, the account of the blockades, the commerce destroyers, with a list of vessels of the U.S.N. in 1861. 7 maps N.Y. 1883-1903. 391.27||S 1
Soto, Hernando de, 1941- ; Rowland, Dunbar, 1864-1937 A symposium on the place of discovery of the Mississippi River 1927 A SYMPOSIUM ON THE PLACE OF DISCOVERY OF THE MISSISSIPPI RIVER BY HERNANDO de SOTO, contributions by Lewis, Young, Barton and the editor. A publication of the Mississippi Hist. Soc. Jackson, 1927. 295.36||D 1
Spratt, Hereward Philip The birth of the steamboat 1958 THE BIRTH OF THE STEAMBOAT, from earliest fancies and inventive inspirations to experiment and commercial success, (1543-1819). 15 plates, 390 bibliographical references and an index. London, 1958. 554.4||S 4
Spry, William James Joseph, d. 1906 The cruise of Her Majesty's Ship Challenger : voyages over many seas, scenes in many lands 1877 THE CRUISE OF H.M.S. “CHALLENGER,” voyages over many seas of deep-sea exploration & surveying the ocean bed. 47illusts. & 1 chart, prize, binding in full green calf. London, 1889. 558.02||S 9
Stefansson, Evelyn Schwartz Baird, 1913- Within the circle : portrait of the Arctic 1945 WITHIN THE CIRCLE, portrait of the Arctic. 100 photos, 3 maps by R. Edes Harrison. New York, 1945. 297.8||S 4
Stevens, Francis Bowes The first steam screw propeller boats to navigate the waters of any country 1893 THE FIRST STEAM SCREW PROPELLER BOATS TO NAVIGATE THE WATERS OF ANY COUNTRY. The 1802-6 steam screw propellers of John Stevens, based on his 1791 patents. 8vo, wrappers frayed, 30 pgs. , reprint of STEVEN INDICATOR. (N.Y.) 1893. 554.9||S 1
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Stevenson, Fanny Van de Grift, 1840-1914 The cruise of the Janet Nichol among the South Sea Islands : a diary 1915 THE CRUISE OF THE “JANET NICHOL”, the diary of a South Sea cruise on a cargo schooner through the Gilbert, Hebrides and Samoan group, with 25 interesting photos & a map. London, 1915. 297||S 1
Storer, I.A. [Log of the ship John McDonald : the journal of sixteen voyages from San Francisco, Liverpool, New York, etc.] 1--- LOG-Manuscript journal of the ship JOHN McDONALD, named after its designer and built in Bath, Maine in 1882; a wooden three-skysail yarder 249’×43’, known as one of the best down-easters or Cape Horners. The journal of sixteen voyages from San Francisco, Liverpool, New York, Yokohama and Tacoma, covers ten Cape Horn passages in both directions, (50°S. to 50°S., averaging 6 1/2 days). Ledger 10”x15 1/2,”202 pages. See Lubbock’s “DOWN EASTERS, ” and Fairburn’s “MERCHANTS SAIL” with its 18 references to the ship and its designer. Inserted are notes about its captain, and a color print of a three skysail square-rigger from the jacket of Lubbock’s “DOWN EASTERS.” 558.02||J 2
Stowe, Phineas, 1812-1868 Ocean melodies, and seamen's companion : a collection of hymns and music, for the use of bethels, chaplains of the Navy, and private devotion of mariners 12th ed 1866 OCEAN MELODIES AND SEAMEN’S COMPANION, a collection with index to 477 first lines and 64 tunes. 12mo, spine reback.. Boston, 1866. 767.6||S 1
Sydenham of Combe, George Sydenham Clarke, Baron, 1848-1933 ; Thursfield, James R. (James Richard), 1840-1923 The navy and the nation, or, Naval warfare and imperial defence 1897 THE NAVY & THE NATION or NAVEL WARFARE & IMPERIAL DEFENSE. Essays on commerce, the colonies, command of the sea, Mahan’s writings, German strategy at sea, submarines in relation to war and the invasion of England. 7 maps and plans. Full blue niger morocco, front hinge weak. London, 1897. 397.233||C 5
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Taylor, James. R.W. ; Leonard, J.M. Gold from the sea : epic story of the recovery of Niagara's bullion [6th Australian ed.] 1943 GOLD FROM THE SEA, the epic story of the “Niagara’s” bullion, salvage technics used in a 70-fathom depth. 18 photos. London, 1942-3. 555.9||T 1
Tenenti, Alberto ; Pullan, Janet ; Pullan, Brian S. Piracy and the decline of Venice, 1580-1615 1967 PIRACY AND THE DECLINE OF VENICE 1580-1615. Naval warfare affecting shipping and commerce in the Mediter ranean. A translation from the Italian of a researched work of Venetian economic history and pirates. London, 1967. 237.05||T 1
Tomalin, Nicholas ; Hall, Ron The strange last voyage of Donald Crowhurst 1970 THE STRANGE LAST VOYAGE OF DONALD CROWHURST, based on logs and diaries, recording a frustrated at-tempt to sail a trimaran round the world, leading to a hoax and disappearance; journalistic detection concerning paranoid grandiosity. 38 illustrations. New York, 1970. 558.02||C 24
Torrey, William Torrey's Narrative : or, the life and adventures of William Torrey 1848 LIFE AND ADVENTURES. Knocking about a sea (1830-1844) from age 16, out of New Bedford. Experiences as a green-hand whaler, and voyaging round the world, including and offshore ship-wreck. Stayed for 25 months among Marque islanders. Illustrated with 5 engravings sketched by the author. Rebacked with orig. spine relaid. Tight, sound, occasional marginal staining. Boston, 1848. 289.3||T 1
Twain, Mark, 1835-1910[Clemens, Samuel Langhorne, 1835-1910 ; Snodgrass, Quintus Curtius, 1835-1910] Life on the Mississippi : with over 300 illustrations 1883 LIFE ON THE MISSISSIPPI, experiences of a cub-steamboat pilot, about 1853-60, on an irregular coursing watershed that drains from 54 rivers in 28 states. The rise of an indestructible monoplastic pilot association is explained, a vivid collection of reminiscences. 316 engravings. First edition, pictorial cloth. Boston, 1883. (BAL 3411). 930.28||T 2
United States. Navy Dept[United States. War Dept.] Reports of the Secretary of the Navy : being part of the message and documents communicated to the two houses of congress at the beginning of the second session of the fifty-fiirst congress 1890 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF THE NAVY FOR 1890, a voluminous record of naval ship construction; steam propulsion machinery, design developments and armament. 88 folding plans & designs, & 34 photos & drawings. Three-quarter morocco and mar-bled boards, thick octavo, Bottom edge scuffed, otherwise in very good condition. Washington, 1890. 397.253||U 2
United States. Revenue-Cutter Service Report of the cruise of the U.S. revenue cutter Bear and the overland expedition for the relief of the whalers in the Arctic ocean, from November 27, 1897, to September 13, 1898 1899 CRUISE OF THE U.S. REVENUE CUTTER “BEAR,” a ten-month record of relief for frozen Arctic whalers(1897-1898). 68 plates & colored map (24”×27”), a very fine copy. Washington 1899. 295.4||T 1
United States. War Department. Proteus Court of Inquiry Proceedings of the Proteus court of inquiry of the Greely relief expedition of 1883 1884 PROCEEDINGS of THE “PROTEUS” Court of Inquiry 1883, a voluminous Q. and A. report on the Greely expedition to Lady Franklin Bay, the subsequent wreck among the ice floes, and the landing of the stores by the “ YANTIC,” 6 folding maps, copious index to minute events, conversations and 265 copies of correspondence. Calf(slightly scuffed) & marble boards. Tight, sound copy. Washington, 1883-4. 297.8||G 1
Van Sinderen, Adrian, 1887-1963 The story of the six years of global war 1946 THE STORY OF THE SIX YEARS OF GLOBAL WAR, World War II, September, 1939 to August, 1945. Based on a list of 44 source books, with a 20-pg. copious index of important events; (lacking envelope of war maps). Privately printed, limited edition. N.Y. 1946. 209.74||S 1
Vincent-Br残hignac, P. Les flottes de combat 1947 1933 LE FLOTTES DE COMBAT, 1947 Fighting Fleets of the World, a compilation of data on the ships of the world’s major navies, with hundreds of photos and line drawings. Text in French. (Paris, 1946). 557.1||L 1
Wakeman, Edgar, 1813-1875 ; Wakeman-Curtis, Minnie The log of an ancient mariner : being the life and adventures of Captain Edgar Wakeman 1878 THE LOG OF AN ANCIENT MARINER. Ac-count of 41 years (1833-1874) at sea mainly in Pacific coastal waters. Frontispiece portrait and 35 drawings. Slight wear top edge of spine, o/w very fine condition. San Francisco, 1878. (Cowan p.242, Howes 23). 289.3||W 1
Waldseemルller, Martin, 1470-1521? ; Fischer, Joseph, 1858-1944 ; Wieser, Franz, Ritter von, 1848-1923 ; ノsterreichische Akademie der Wissenschaften[Akademie der Wissenschaften in Wien] Die ミlteste Karte mit dem namen Amerika aus dem Jahre 1507 und die Carta marina aus dem jahre 1516, des M. Waldseemルller (Ilacomilus)= The oldest map with the name America of the year 1507 and the carta marina of the year 1516 1968 THE WORLD MAPS OF WALDSEEMULLER 1507 & 1516, the oldest map with the name “America.” 55 pages of text in German and English, with comparative synoptic tables and 22 plates (some double-page 20”x27”). Facsimile of the 1903 ed. 14”x19”, bound in full cloth. Amsterdam, 1968. 290.38||W 1.1
Walker, H. Wilfrid Wanderings among South Sea savages : and in Borneo and the Philippines 1909 WANDERINGS, AMONG SOUTH SEA SAVAGES. and in Borneo and the Philippines, among Fijians, lake-dwellers, head-hunting Dayaks, & Borneo aboriginals, experiences living with descendents of the stone-age civilizations. 48 photos. London, 1910. 292.4||W 1
Warburton, A.F. Trial of the officers and crew of the privateer Savannah, on the charge of piracy, in the United States circuit court for the southern district of New York, hon. judges Nelson and shipman, presiding 1862 PRIVATEER “SAVANNAH,” TRIAL OF THE OFFICERS AND CREW OF THE PRIVATEER “SAVANNAH”, “on the Charge of Piracy, in the U.S. Circuit Court of N. Y. The “Savannah” sailed out of Char-leston on June 2, 1861. On June 3rd, capturing the brig “ Joseph”, she was taken by the U. S. brig-of war “Perry. “27 unbound signatures in a lge. 8vo foldover cl. slipcase, morocco spine. N.Y. 1862. 326.26||W 1
Waters, Frank ; Fawcett, Robert ; Lincoln, Joseph Crosby, 1870-1944 Eight bells : sailors' snug harbor yarns and ballads 1927 EIGHT BELLS, SAILOR’S SNUG HARBOR YARNS & BALLADS, narratives of deep-water life on square riggers, 15 drawings, mounted photo frontis of author. New York, 1927 901.8||W 3
Watson, William ; Byng, Captain The adventures of a blockade runner, or trade in time of war 1893 THE ADVENTURES OF A BLOCKADE RUNNER; or Trade in Time of War. Experiences barring the free run of commerce and paralyzing trade; the blockading of Southern ports during the Civil War. 6 drawings by Byng, 8vo, pict. cl. v.g. copy. London, 1893. 391.27||W 2
Wead, Frank Gales, ice and men : a biography of the steam barkentine Bear 1937 GALES, ICE AND MEN, the Biography of the Steam Barkentine “Bear”, over a period of 60 years, starting as a New-foundland sealer, rescuing the Greeley Arctic Expedition, and a staunch guardian of the Pacific whalers. Spine stained, o/w a good copy. 20 illusts New York, 1937. 299.7||W 1
Wells, John Campion The gateway to the Polynia : a voyage to Spitzbergen 1873 THE GATEWAY TO THE POLYNIA: A Voyage to Spitzbergen, natural history of the Polar regions, whaling & sealing. 30 engravings & 1 map, with a 22-in. folding plate of a scaled plan of the longitudinal section of a whaler. Worn spine. London, 1873. 299.7||W 2
Wenzel, Hein ; Kaufmann, Walter The eternal sea : a pictorial anthology 1970 THE ETERNAL SEA, portrays the sea in relation to man’s life, his work, and his pleasure. 19 color plates, 20 maps, 85-text illustrations. Lge. 4to. A beautiful and fascinating work. Chicago, 1962 550.4||W 2
Whall, W. B. ; McMurtrie, Francis E. The romance of navigation 1--- THE ROMANCE OF NAVIGATION, records based on early accounts of the knowledge of the Greeks and Phoenicians, through the period of Henry the Navigator, up to the era of steam. 32 plates. London, 1926 558.02||W 3.3
White, John Lamb & White's patent life-boat 1863 LAMB & WHITE’S PATENT LIFE BOAT, 6 plates of boats & 16’ dinghy, in addition there is one-triple folding plate 18”x26.” Bound in wrappers in one-quarter calf and marbled boards. Isle of Wight, 1863. 556.77||W 1
Wickham, Hilary ; Wickham, K.J. Sea wisdom for small craft 1964 SEA WISDOM FOR SMALL CRAFT, advice on engine maintenance for cruising auxs. etc. 30 ills. London, 1964. 556.79||W 1
Wilkins, Harold T. Panorama of treasure hunting : romantic adventures in strange lands and queer places 1940 PANORAMA OF TREASURE HUNTING: Romantic Adventures in Strange Lands and Queer Places, enthralling tales, in search of ancient treasures. Contains one of the best descriptions of the fabled Cocos Islands, 38 illustrations. New York, 1940. 555.9||W 1
Williams, Gomer History of the Liverpool privateers and letters of marque : with an account of the Liverpool slave trade 1897 HISTORY OF THE LIVERPOOL PRIVATEERS AND LETTERS OF MARQUE, with an account of the Liverpool Slave Trade, 1750-1810. A panorama of sea fights, prize, slave traffic, mutinies, press gangs, etc., based on historical records, with 4 facsimile documents Tall thick 8vo. 3/4 polished red calf, buckram boards, gilt-decorated spine with leather label, London, 1897. 233.06||W 1
Williams, Hamilton Britain's naval power : a short history of the growth of the British navy [Pt. 1]〜Pt.2 (Britannia series) 1894 BRITAIN’S NAVAL POWER, A Short History of the Growth of the British Navy from the Earliest Times to Trafalgar. 2 vols. with 41 photos & plans. London, 1894. 397.233||W 1
Williams, Harry The steam navy of England : past, present, and future 2nd ed. 1894 THE STEAM NAVY OF ENGLAND, Past, Present & Future, the changing era of sail to steam, the marine engineering and the armament of ironclad steam ships. Frontispiece portrait, full prize calf binding from Thames Nautical Training College. 2nd edition. London, 1894. 397.233||W 2
Williamson, J. E. (John Ernest), 1881-1966 Twenty years under the sea 1935 TWENTY YEARS UNDER THE SEA, undersea exploration, experiences of a marine engineer with submarine inventions & man-made octopus. 30 photos, 4 in color. London, 1935. 558.9||W 1
Willis, William The hundred lives of an ancient mariner : an autobiography 1967 THE HUNDRED LIVES OF AN ANCIENT MARINER. Full-life story of an indestructible mariner. He sailed by raft first from Ecuador to Samoa and then from South America to Australia; in 1966 at the age of 73 he attempted to cross the Atlantic in a cockle-shell. 12 photo illustrations. London, 1967. 289.3||W 2
Wilson, Thomas, 1768-1828? The biography of the principal American military and naval heroes : comprehending details of their achievements during the revolutionary and late wars, interspersed with authentic anecdotes not found in any other work vol. 1〜2 1817 THE BIOGRAPHY OF THE PRINCIPAL AMERICAN MILITARY & NAVAL HEROES; Comprehending Details of Their Achievements During the Revolutionary and Late Wars. 45 biographies of officers known for their achievements with frontispiece portrait of O.H. Perry. Full calf, rebacked with leather labels, 12mo. 2 volumes, slight foxing. Corners slightly worn on Volume I. New York, 1817-19. (Howes 538). 283.3||T 1
Winchester, Clarence, 1892- Shipping wonders of the world v. 1〜4 19-- SHIPPING WONDERS OF THE WORLD, an historic and encyclopedic record on naval and merchant shipping covering sailing ships & powered vessels from 1740-1936. 30 color plates, 99 rotogravures, 40 plans of merchant ship types, and over 1000 B&W photos, with 13 illustrated articles on single-handed voyagers from Slocum 1895 to Graham 1934. 4 vols. London, 1936-37. 558.05||S 2
Wood, Charles, W. The cruise of the reserve squadron 1883 THE CRUISE OF THE RESERVE SQUADRON, an annual shakedown cruise of six weeks for 4000 British Coastguardmen, visiting Spain and North Africa. Illustrated with numerous steel engravings., pictorially blocked cover with colored flags. Very fine copy. London, 1883. 397.233||W 3
Wood, Walter The battleship, being the story of the greatest naval weapon from the first ship-of-the-line to present-day leviathans 1912 THE BATTLESHIP. The story of the greatest naval weapon from the first ship-of-the line to present-day leviathans; from Henry VII “Regent,” 1512 to the dreadnoughts of 1911. 103 illustrations of engravings ( 8 in color). Plans, photos and paintings by F. H. Mason London, 1912. 557.1||W 1
Woodard, David, 1759- The narrative of Captain David Woodard and four seamen who lost their ship while in a boat at sea, and surrendered themselves up to the Malays in the island of Celebes; containing an interesting account of their sufferings from hunger and various hardship 1805 THE NARRATIVE OF CAPTAIN DAVID WOODARD AND FOUR SEAMEN, Who Lost Their Ship While in a Boat at Sea, and Surrendered Themselves Up to the Malays in the Island of Celebes; an Interesting Account of the Sufferings from Hunger and Various Hardships and Their Escape from the Malays After a Captivity of Two Years and a Half: a Description of the Harbours and Coasts, etc., together with Narratives of Various Escapes from Shipwrecks. Silhouette portrait, 2 folding maps and 2 double-page plates. Rebound. Three-quarter calf, marbled boards. London, 1804. 558.02||W 9
Woodbury, David Oakes, 1896- Builders for battle : how the pacific naval air bases were constructed 1946 BUILDERS FOR BATTLE. How the Pacific Naval Air Bases Were Constructed, naval engineering problems during W.W.U. 73 illustrations. New York, 1946. 397.253||W 2
Woodcroft, Bennet, 1803-1879 A sketch of the origin and progress of steam navigation from authentic documents 1848 A SKETCH OF THE ORIGIN AND PROGRESS OF STEAM NAVIGATION, from Authentic Documents, on the development of ship propulsion, 1618-1848, a record of 550 patents. 16 plates, spine worn. London, 1848. 552.75||W 1
Woodgate, W. B., 1842-1920 Boating 3rd ed. (The Badminton library of sports and pastimes) 1891 BOATING. History of shell sculling in the British Isles from the advent of the early Thames ferry, a sculled wherry, to the development of racing oared shells with sliding seats. 10 plates, 4 maps & 39-text woodcuts. Full tree calf, beautiful condition. London, 1891. 785.5||W 1
Worcester, Dean C. (Dean Conant), 1866-1924 The Philippine Islands and their people : a record of personal observation and experience, with a short summary of the more important facts in the history of the archipelago 1899 THE PHILIPPINE ISLANDS & THEIR PEOPLE. A Record of Personal Observation and Experience, with a Short Summary of the most Important Facts in the History of the Archipelago. New York, 1899. 292.48||W 1
Wordswoth, John Correct statement of the loss of the Earl of Abergavenny, East Indiaman, John Wordsworth, commander, which was driven furiously on the rocks off the bill of Portland, and lost near the spot where the Halsewell was wrecked, February 5, 1805, when near thre 1808 LOSS OF THE “EARL OF ABERGAVENNY,” East Indiaman,…Which was driven furiously on the Rocks off the Bill of Portland,…February 5, 1805, with Three Hundred Persons Perished with a Cargo of About £200,000 Value; bound in with THE SHIPWRECK OF OCCUM CHAMNAN: a Siamese Noble. Folding engraved plate, 3/4 morocco. London, n. d. (ca.1806). 558.84||W 3
Wright, A. A woeful voyage indeed! : being a full and particular account of the voyage, adventures and distresses of the crew belonging to the Nimble Nancy, commanded by Capt A. Wr-T, containing particularly, the Sp-w-ngs, the eatings, the drinkings, the swearings, 1744 A WOEFUL VOYAGE….An Account of the Voyage, Adventures, Distresses….of “Nimble Nancy” commanded by Capt. Wr-t….Rebound boards, leather labels. London, 1744. 558.02||W 10
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Wright, Charles, 1855-1940 ; Fayle, C. Ernest (Charles Ernest), b. 1881 A history of Lloyd's : from the founding of Lloyd's coffee house to the present day 1928 A HISTORY OF LLOYD’S, the founding of Lloyd’s coffee house to the present day, affecting the commercial, naval and social history for 240 yrs. 47 illusts., v.f., as new. London, 1928. 550.6||W 1.2
Yate, William An account of New Zealand : and of the formation and progress of the church missionary society's mission in the northern island 2nd ed 1835 An Account of NEW ZEALAND, Formation and Progress…in the Northern Island. Colored plate of flags & signals. Portrait and 9 other plates. Original cloth, neatly respined. London, 1835. 297.2||Y 2
Young, Lucien ; Bureau of Navigation, Navy Department Catalogue of works by American Naval authors 1888 AMERICAN NAVAL AUTHORS, Catalog of Works Issued by the Bureau of Navigation, Navy Department. Contains names, rank and title of works and articles. Washington, D.C. 1888. 390.3||Y 1
  Travels in Epirus, Albania, Macedonia and Thessaly 1820 TRAVELS IN EPIRUS, ALBANIA, MACEDONIA, & THESSALY, a condensation from the original work in French, of a tour by coach, begun in 1805, of the interesting towns and villages, and of the native’s lives. 4 engravings, some stains, quarter cloth and marble bds. London, 1820. 293.9||P 1
  Correspondence respecting the seizure of the Tornado, off Madeira, by the Spanish frigate Gerona : presented to both Houses of Parliament by Command of Her Majesty 1867 CORRESPONDENCE RESPECTING THE SEIZURE OF THE “TORNADO” OFF MADEIRA BY THE SPANISH FRIGATE “GERONA,” simulating the “Alabama” Incident, the Spanish tried to stop possible aid to Peru and Chile, by the ruse of using coaling ships from Newcastle. Bound in new blue cloth with orig. wrappers bound in. London, 1867. 329.22||T 1
[Scott, Lloyd N.] Naval Consulting Board of the United States 1920 NAVAL CONSULTING BOARD OF THE UNITED STATES, a voluminous study of inventions, engineering and scientific contributions of the public and the U.S. Navy, in the war years following the sinking of the Cunard’s “Lusitania.” Stain spots on spine. 45 photos. Wash. 1920. 397.253||S 1
  A naval encyclopョdia : comprising a dictionary of nautical words and phrases : biographical notices, and records of naval officers : special articles on naval art and science 1881 A NAVAL ENCYCLOPEDIA: Comprising a Dictionary of Nautical Words & Phrases, Biographical Notices… Articles on Naval Art & Science… Together with Principal Naval Stations & Seaports of the World. An indispensable reference for the naval student. Philadelphia. 1881. 550.3||H 1
  The marine number of Cassier's magazine : seventeen articles, with over three hundred illustrations 1897 MARINE NUMBER 1897. A special shipbuilding and marine engineering number, the writings of 17 experts on design, steamship construction, marine propulsion, submarine navigation, river and lake steamers. 316 engravings, 16 pages of advertising and a 4-page prospectus. 3/4 morocco, Small 4to. London, 1897. 550.4||C 1
  [Extract of Encyclopaedia Britannica] 1822 ENCYCLOPEDIA BRITANNICA (?) extract of 18 pages with four plates, on a first-rate ship of war, showing 298 parts of the hull rigging and inner components of 6 decks in longitudinal cross-section, beside drawings of 12 types of sailing ships (with plates dated 1822-1826), in board folder. 8 1/2” × 10 1/2”. London, (ca. 1826). 550.4||S 4
  Report of proceedings on a voyage to the northern ports of China in the ship Lord Amherst 2nd ed 1834 VOYAGE TO THE NORTHERN PORTS OF CHINA IN THE SHIP “LORD AMHERST, ” Report of Proceedings on Visits to Ports from Amoy to Korea, in an attempt to open trading between Great Britain and China. Experiences and adventure in fourteen provinces. Tall 8vo, original boards with paper label. London, 1834. 558.02||L 11
  The log of the nixieon her summer cruise from Seybold's float to the lord knows where 1891 THE LOG OF THE “NIXIE” ON HER SUMMER CRUISE FROM SEYBOLD’S FLOAT TO THE LOAD KNOWS WHERE, from the Passaic River, New Jersey, to College Point and then on to City Island N. Y., in a cabin cruiser, on to Greenport and Peconic Bay, an unusual privately printed log with 14 sepia photos. Frayed wrappers. 1891. 558.02||N 2
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[Procter, George H. ] The fishermen's own book, comprising the list of men and vessels lost from the port of Gloucester, Mass., from 1874 to April 1, 1882 and a table of losses from 1830, together with valuable statistics of the fisheries, also notable fares, narrow escapes, s 1882 THE FISHERMAN’S MEMORIAL AND RECORD BOOK, List of Vessels lost from Gloucester, 1830-1873, with vital statistics of the fishing industry, tales of narrow escapes, long voyages, and other matters of interest to these toilers of the sea. 30 engravings and a list of 437 ships. Gloucester, 1873. 664.02||P 1
[Tapley, Harriet S. (editor) ] Early coastwise and foreign shipping of Salem : a record of the entrances and clearances of the port of Salem, 1750-1769 1934 EARLY COASTWISE AND FOREIGN SHIP-PING OF SALEM, A Record of Entrances and Clearances of the Port of Salem, 1750-69, the triangular trade between colonial ports, the West In-dies and England. 45 illusts. Salem, 1934. 683.253||T 1
  The boy's own sea stories : being the adventures of a sailor in the navy, the merchant service, and on a whaling cruise 19-- THE BOY’S OWN SEA STORIES: Being The Adventures of a Sailor, in The Navy, The Merchant Marine and on A Whaling Cruise. The making of a sailor, before and abaft the mast, covering every phase of sea life of a “Johnny Newcomer;” based on the experiences of the author. 2 full-page plates, illustrated chapter head pieces and endings. Very fine copy. London, n.d. (ca. 1890) 901.8||N 3

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