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181 SEYFARTH, Fritz. Pirates of the Virgin Islands : The Golden Age of Piracy 1690 to 1720 : Whowere these men – adventurers, entrepreneurs, maritime gangsters, or terror ists...? The booties taken were immense, their exploits legendary and devastating.
Inga Wilmerding, Caribbean Adventure Books, St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands, 1986, 
SEYFARTH, Fritz. Pirates of the Virgin Islands : The Golden Age of Piracy 1690 to 1720 : Who were these men – adventurers, entrepreneurs, maritime gangsters, or terrorists...? The booties taken were immense, their exploits legendary and devastating. The Caribbean – and especially the Virgin Islands – became a pirate paradise. (St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands : Inga Wilmerding, Caribbean Adventure Books, 1986). Pp 1-32,(4). Illustrated. Map. 8vo, illustrated white stapled card covers. Very good. 10.00

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182 SMAALDERS, Mark and Kim DES ROCHERS DES ROCHERS, Kim Tropical Cruising Handbook. First American Edition in dustjacket.
International Marine / McGraw-Hill , Camden, Maine, New York, &c, 2002, ISBN:0071440305 
SMAALDERS, Mark and Kim DES ROCHERS. Tropical Cruising Handbook. Camden, Maine, New York, [&c] :International Marine / McGraw-Hill , (2002). First American Edition. Pp (5),vi-vii,(1),[1]-376. Double column. Illustrated. Index. 8vo, white cloth, gilt lettering to spine. Contents : Part 1 - Tropical Environments. Chapter 1: Introduction (Our Approach | Tropical Environments Tropical Seamanship | Life in the Tropics | Finding Your Own Way | The Per fect Boat | Desirable Features of a Tropical Cruising Boat | What Will It Cost? | Cruising Lightly). Chapter 2: Tropical Environments (Coral Reefs | Mangroves | Threats to Tropical Ecosystems). 3: Weather in the Tropics (Tropical Weather Basics | Highs and Lows | Ocean Currents | Tropical Disturbances | El Niρo, La Niρa and the Southern Oscillation | Tropical Cyclones). Part 2 - Tropical Seamanship. Chapter 4: Navigating in Tropical Waters (Use Your Judgement | Charts and Pilots | Aids to Navigation | Visual Piloting | EPs and Fixes | Putting It All Together). Chapter 5: Tropical Anchoring (Anchors and Ground Tackle | Tropical Anchorages | Anchoring | Retrieving the Anchor | Anchoring Variations). Chapter 6: Sailing in the Tropics (Sails | Sail Construction | Downwind Sailing | Reducing Sail | Light-Air Sailing). Chapter 7: Route Planning (Cruising Seasons | Variations in the Trade Winds | Using Lows to Your Advantage | Coping with Ocean Currents | Cyclone Seasons and the Sailor | Passages to and from the Tropics | Planning Your RoutePassage Times | Refining Your Plans: Moving beyond the Averages | Piracy and Political Unrest). Chapter 8: Passagemaking (Departure | On Passage | Safety at Sea | AbandoningShip | Equipping the Tropical Cruising Yacht). Chapter 9: Heavy Weather in the Tropics (Waves and Swells | Heavy-Weather Hazards | Tactics for Moderately Heavy Weather | Tactics for Extreme Conditions | Cyclone Strategies). Part 3 - Life in the Tropics. Chapter 10: Life Aboard (Shade | Ventilation | Drinking Water Provisioning | Tropical Pests | Keeping It Simple | Engine Maintenance). Chapter 11: The Business Side of Cruising (Paperwork | Customs | Staying in Touch). Chapter 12:Staying Healthy in the Tropics (Infectious Diseases | Major Tropical Diseases | Sun- and Heat-Related Injuries | General Wound Care). Chapter 13: Dangerous Tropical Marine Organisms (Large Marine Animals That Bite | Venomous Marine Animals with Spines | Venomous Marine Animals That Bite | Marine Animals with Stinging Cells | Poisonous Marine Animals). Chapter 14: Boat Maintenance (Temperature, Rainfall, and Humidity | Know Your Boat | Metals in the Tropics | Stainless Steel | Aluminum | Copper Alloys: Brasses and Bronzes | Fiberglass Boats | Wooden Boats | Metal Boats). Part 4 - Cruising Lightly. Chapter 15: Green Cruising (Garbage | Sewage | Antifouling Paints | The Discharge of Oil | Coral Reefs | Fishing and Shell Collecting | Endangered Species). Chapter 16: The Quest for Paradise (Today's Reality | Persistent Traditions | Showing Respect | Receiving Visitors | Making Visits | Trading | Interest and Sensitivity). Part 5 - Tropical Cruising Destinations. Chapter 17: TropicalAtlantic Ocean (North Atlantic Ocean (West Indies | Central America | Cari bbean South America | Cape Verde Islands) | South Atlantic Ocean). Chapter 18: Tropical Pacific Ocean (North Pacific Ocean | South Pacific Ocean). Chapter 19: Tropical Indian Ocean (North Indian Ocean | South Indian Ocean | Red Sea and Gulf of Aden). Part 6 - Appendices. 1: Ropework and Sewing (RopeRatlines | Rope-to-Chain Splice | Mountain Climber's Water Knot | Roped Aw ning). 2: Weather Forecasts (Sources of Weather Information | UnderstandingWeather Forecasts). 3: Resources. Very good in lightly worn, unclipped dus tjacket. 25.00

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West over Sea :   : Studies in Scandinavian Sea-Borne Expansion and Settlement before 1300 : A Festschrift in Honour of Dr Barbara E. Crawford. First Edition, SMITH, Beverley Ballin, Simon TAYLOR and Gareth WILLIAMS, (eds).
183 SMITH, Beverley Ballin, Simon TAYLOR and Gareth WILLIAMS, (eds). West over Sea : : Studies in Scandinavian Sea-Borne Expansion and Settlement before 1300 : A Festschrift in Honour of Dr Barbara E. Crawford. First Edition
Brill, Leiden & Boston, 2007, ISBN:9004158936 2007 9004158936 / 9789004158931 
SMITH, Beverley Ballin, Simon TAYLOR and Gareth WILLIAMS, (eds). West over Sea : Studies in Scandinavian Sea-Borne Expansion and Settlement before 1300 : A Festschrift in Honour of Dr Barbara E. Crawford. Leiden & Boston : Brill, 2007. First Edition. Pp 553,(1),[555]-581,(5) + colour portrait frontispiece + 32-page section of b&w photos before p.555. Some maps and diagrams in the text. 8vo, purple cloth, with white lettering to spine and boards.

No. 31 In The Northern World series.

Each paper has its own bibliography.

Dr Barbara Crawford M.A., Ph.d., F.R.S.E., F.S.A., F.S.A. Scot., Member of the Norwegian Academy.

Foreword by Nicholas Brooks;
Barbara E. Crawford : a bibliography;


Part I. History and Cultural Contacts.
"On reading the Icelandic Sagas : Approaches to old Icelandic texts" by Paul Bibire

"Becoming Scottish in the Thirteenth Century : The Evidence of the Chronicle of Melrose" by Dauvit Broun

"Living on the Edge : Scandinavian Dublin in the Twelfth Century" by Clare Downham --

"Image and Imagination : The Inchmarnock 'hostage stone'" by Christopher Lowe --

"Anglo-Saxon inscriptions found outside the British Isles" by Elisabeth Okasha

"From Scotland to Normandy : The Celtic Sea Route of the Vikings" by Elisabeth Ridel (pp.81-94);

"The Appearance and Personal Abilities of goπar, jarlar, and konungar : Iceland, Orkney and Norway" by Joώn Vidar Sigurdsson --

"'Lords of Norroway' the Shetland Estate of Herdis Thorvaldsdatter" by Frans-Arne Stylegar, Liv Kjψrsvik Schei

"'These people were high-born and thought well of themselves' : The Family of Moddan of Dale" by Gareth Williams --

"The Wood beyond the World : Ja·mtland and the Norwegian Kings" by Alex Woolf.


Part II. The Church and the Cult of Saints.

"Conversion and the Church in the Hebrides in the Viking Age : "a very difficult thing indeed"" by Lesley Abrams --

"A Norwegian in Durham : An Anatomy of a Miracle in Reginald of Durham's Libellus de admirandis beati Cuthberti" by Haki Antonsson, Sally Crumplin, Aidan Conti

"Irish and Armenian Ecclesiastics in Medieval Iceland" by Margaret Cormack

"Medieval Parish Formation in Orkney" by Sarah Jane Gibbon --

"The Church of St. Clement in Oslo" by Hans-Emil Lideώn --

"The Shetland Chapel-sites Project 1999-2000" by Christopher D. Morris, Kevin J. Brady, Paul G. Johnson.


Part III. Archaeology, Material Culture and Settlement.

"Norwick : Shetland's First Viking settlement?" by Beverley Ballin Smith --

"The Pirate Fishermen : The Political Economy of a Medieval Maritime Society" by James H. Barrett (pp.299-340);

'"Like stray words or letters' ; The Development and Workings of the Treasure Trove System" by Neil G.W. Curtis --

"Early Medieval Sculpture from the Faroes : An illustrated catalogue" by Ian Fisher, Ian G. Scott --

"Liminality and loss :Tthe Material Culture of St. Serf's Priory, Loch Leven, Kinross-shire, Scotland" by Mark A. Hall --

"Manuring practices in Scotland : Deep Anthropogenic Soils and the Historical record" by Jo McKenzie --

"Stobister, Sinnabist and Starrapund : three wilderness settlements in Shetland" by Brian Smith --

"Governor on antiquarian mission : Christian Plψyen -- A Faroese Link between Copenhagen and Shetland" by Steffen Stummann Hansen.


Part IV. Place-Names and Language.

"The Scandinavian Element Gata outside the Urbanised Settlements of the Danelaw" by Gillian Fellows-Jensen --

"An ogham-inscribed Plaque from Bornais, South Uist" by Katherine Forsyth --

"Scandinavian naming-systems in the Hebrides --A way of understanding how the Scandinavians were in contact with Gaels and Picts?" by Peder Gammeltoft --

"The Rock of the Irishmen : An early place-name tale from Fife and Kinross" by Simon Taylor --

"The Orkney Papar-names" by William P.L. Thomson --

"Placing Papa Stour in Context" by Doreen Waugh.

With index.

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184 SMITH, J. Harry Newfoundland Holiday brown cloth, no dj
Ryerson Press, 1952, 1952 
SMITH, J. Harry. Newfoundland Holiday. Toronto : The Ryerson Press, (September, 1952). First Edition. Pp (4),v-viii,(2),1-272,(6) + 16-page central section of b&w photos. 8vo, brown cloth, dark blue lettering to spine. Map end-papers.

O'Dea 2970.

Contents (from chapter heads):

1. Mostly Introduction — With Some Comment on History and Why It Comes into a Story Such as This ;

2. We Make a Landing — Port aux Basques — Over the Barrens to Codroy Valley — Newfoundland's Loveliest and Best Agricultural Country ;

3. Bay St. George Where Fish for Sport and Trade Abound — Corner Brook, a town Pulpwood Built — Curling — Then across Newfoundland on a Narrow but Long Railway;

4. St. John's — City of Ships, Hills and Fine Churches — The Harbour behind the Hole in the Rock — Slums That Are Passing ;

5. John Cabot and the Cabot Tower - Fort Pepperrell, U.S. Army Post - Sunday in Town - State Ceremony and Government House;

6. Day of Remembrance [July 1st] - How Newfoundland Went to War - A Brave Old Ship Comes to Her End [the Eagle] - Schools and University - Libraries and Theatre - The Newfoundland Dog;

7. Founding of St. John's - Queen Elizabeth Takes a Hand - 1583-1832 - War, Oppression and Piracy - Home Merchant Control Spells Ruin - Partial Emancipation and Prosperity;

8. Legislative Doings — Fight for Responsible Government — First Parliament — Religious and Political Troubles — Victorian Propriety and Prosperity — Government by Commission — Federation with Canada;

9. Now Let's Go On to See the Country — Train Journey North along Conception Bay — Carbonear the Codfishing Town — The Irish Princess Who Became Newfoundland's First Mrs. Pike — Carbonear Island's Gallant Stand;

10. North-going Road and Round by Trinity Bay — Villages of Thankful Hearts — Harbour Grace — Ear-clipping Comes Back — Where Cod-liver Oil Comes from — Federation and Shoes;

11. Bay Roberts and Its Goats — Crossroad of Intercontinental Conversations — "We Don't Love England" — More about Pirates;

12. Brigus, Sea-salt Town if Ever One There Was — Rockwell Kent House — The Parson Turned Experimental Agriculturist [on Rev. Ezra Broughton, a retired United Church minister] — Bob Bartlett, Master Mariner — Seals and Sealing — The Wool Industry;

13. A Glance at the North Country — Pirates Again, and Ghosts - Bonaventure Bay and Notre Dame — The Grenfell Mission;

14. Southwards We Go along the Avalon Peninsula — The Land of Fairies — On to Renews — The Forgotten Fortress — Wrecks and Wreckers — Ferryland and the Calvert Settlement — Bay Bulls and Bread and Cheese ;

15. Placentia, Once Key to French Possession — The Fortress that Never Was Taken — The Lad Who Did Not Flinch — Memorial Sunday on the Hill — Argentia, U.S. Naval Post — Burin and Placentia Bay;

16. Grand Bank, a Bit of Oldtime Newfoundland — Home of Deep-sea Fishing Fleets — The Ship that Made the Northwest Passage — They Play Soccer Here — The Buffett Records;

17. Journey along the South Coast—From Belleoram to Port aux Basques and into Twenty-one Harbours — Sea-borne Pioneers in Rockbound Coves — Ramea, the Village Out at Sea — And Finally, Back to Our Starting Point and Good-bye to Newfoundland.

With index.

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185 SMITH, J. Harry Newfoundland Holiday First Edition in dustjacket
Ryerson, 1952, 
SMITH, J. Harry. Newfoundland Holiday. Toronto : The Ryerson Press, (September, 1952). First Edition. Pp (4),v-viii,(2),1-272,(6) + 16-page central section of b&w photos. 8vo, brown cloth, dark blue lettering to spine. Map end-papers. O'Dea 2970. "When Mr. J. Harry Smith retired from the management of the Press Bureau of the C.P.R., which he originally organized, his chiefdesire was to go to Newfoundland and write a book about it. Born in Bristo l, England, a seaport that had sent many an adventurer to the island colony, it was natural that he should also feel it in his bones. What he knew casually, he now wanted to know intimately. And so he took a holiday. Wandering at his leisure, he covered much of the accessible coast, wherever there were eople, by train, motor car, boat, and on foot; and always with notebookand camera. He had time to gaze and time to talk, and the result of it all is this very readable book. There is a good deal of history mixed up with his story, for there is a lot of history about the Island itself. It helps explain the Island and the people. It is a reticent land. Life there has never been easy, and few Islanders have ever been boastful or flamboyant. Butto those who tarry and are friendly Newfoundland yields its deep friendshi p, and something of its secret. Newfoundland Holiday is a necessary book. It is a covered bridge to a deep understanding of our newest province. It reveals the rich contribution that the Island is prepared to make to our common national life. And it is a delight to read, full of enchantment, taies of heroism, the charm of old buildings, and the never-ending surprises of the folkways of the people themselves. " - from the dust jacket. Contents (from chapter heads): 1. Mostly Introduction — With Some Comment on History and Why It Comes into a Story Such as This ; 2. We Make a Landing — Port aux Basques — Over the Barrens to Codroy Valley — Newfoundland's Loveliest and Best Agricultural Country ; 3. Bay St. George Where Fish for Sport and Trade Abound — Corner Brook, a town Pulpwood Built — Curling — Then across Newfoundland on a Narrow but Long Railway; 4. St. John's — City of Ships, Hillsand Fine Churches — The Harbour behind the Hole in the Rock — Slums That A re Passing ; 5. John Cabot and the Cabot Tower - Fort Pepperrell, U.S. ArmyPost - Sunday in Town - State Ceremony and Government House; 6. Day of Rem embrance [July 1st] - How Newfoundland Went to War - A Brave Old Ship Comesto Her End [the Eagle] - Schools and University - Libraries and Theatre - The Newfoundland Dog; 7. Founding of St.John's - Queen Elizabeth Takes a Hand - 1583-1832 - War, Oppression and Piracy - Home Merchant Control Spells Ruin - Partial Emancipation and Prosperity; 8. Legislative Doings — Fight for Responsible Government — First Parliament — Religious and Political Troubles — Victorian Propriety and Prosperity — Government by Commission — Federation with Canada; 9. Now Let's Go On to See the Country — Train Journey North along Conception Bay — Carbonear the Codfishing Town — The Irish Princess Who Became Newfoundland's First Mrs. Pike — Carbonear Island's Gallant Stand; 10. North-going Road and Round by Trinity Bay — Villages of ThankfulHearts — Harbour Grace — Ear-clipping Comes Back — Where Cod-liver Oil Com es from — Federation and Shoes; 11. Bay Roberts and Its Goats — Crossroad of Intercontinental Conversations — "We Don't Love England" — More about Pirates; 12. Brigus, Sea-salt Town if Ever One There Was — Rockwell Kent House— The Parson Turned Experimental Agriculturist [on Rev. Ezra Broughton, a retired United Church minister] — Bob Bartlett, Master Mariner — Seals and Sealing — The Wool Industry; 13. A Glance at the North Country — Pirates Again, and Ghosts - Bonaventure Bay and Notre Dame — The Grenfell Mission; 14. Southwards We Go along the Avalon Peninsula — The Land of Fairies — On toRenews — The Forgotten Fortress — Wrecks and Wreckers — Ferryland and the Calvert Settlement — Bay Bulls and Bread and Cheese ; 15. Placentia, Once Key to French Possession — The Fortress that Never Was Taken — The Lad Who Did Not Flinch — Memorial Sunday on the Hill — Argentia, U.S. Naval Post — Burin and Placentia Bay; 16. Grand Bank, a Bit of Oldtime Newfoundland — Home of Deep-sea Fishing Fleets — The Ship that Made the Northwest Passage — They Play Soccer Here — The Buffett Records; 17. Journey along the South Coast—From Belleoram to Port aux Basques and into Twenty-one Harbours — Sea-borne Pioneers in Rockbound Coves — Ramea, the Village Out at Sea — And Finally, Back to Our Starting Point and Good-bye to Newfoundland. With index. Very good in spine-sunned dustjacket with a few nicks. 40.00

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186 SMITH, Roger C. Maritime Heritage of the Cayman Islands. in dj
University Press of Florida, Gainesville, FL, 2000, ISBN:0813017734 
SMITH, Roger C. The Maritime Heritage of the Cayman Islands. Gainesville, FL.: University Press of Florida, (2000). Pp 230. Illustrated, with maps to endpapers and numerous drawings and photo reproductions to text. 8vo, tan cloth spine with pale blue paper covered boards. "Fascinating story of how the sea molded the lives of people inhabiting the small and isolated Cayman Islands... The perfect blend of archaeology and history." -from the dust jacket. Very good in rubbed dj with small three quarter inch tear to lower right extremity of front panel. 45.00

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187 SNOW, Edward Rowe Great Sea Rescues and Tales of Survival. 1st in poor dj.
Dodd, Mead and Company, New York, 1958, 
SNOW, Edward Rowe. Great Sea Rescues and Tales of Survival . New York: Dodd, Mead and Company, 1958. First American Printing. Pp. [i]-xiv,(2),1-268,(4), + 16 p. of plates. Illustrated. 8vo, green cloth with silver lettering to spine. Contents: 1. The Adventures of Captain Roberts; 2. The Fleet of Lord Anson; 3. A Remarkable Preservation; 4. The Polar Robinson Crusoe; 5. Mistaken for Captain Bligh; 6. St. Helena's Six Deserters; 7. The Loss of theLittle Patty; 8. The Loss of the Essex; 9. Mocha Dick, the White Whale of the Pacific; 10. Henry Clarke's Escape; 11. Mate Tallman's Unbelievable Escape; 12. Frozen in the Arctic Ice; 13. Piracy out of Boston in 1875; 14. New England's Greatest Single Rescue Feat; 15. History's Worst Lifeboat Disaster; 16. The Horror of La Bourgogne; 17. The Loss of the World's Greatest Schooner, Thomas W. Lawson; 18. A Strange Boston Harbor Adventure; 19. Japanese Junks. Some minor soiling to top third of spine, spotting to initial and final leaves, else vg in rubbed, chipped, hinge-split, front-flap torn, altogether mediocre dj. 30.00

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188 SNOW, Edward Rowe SLOCUM, Joshua) DARLING, Grace ROWSON, Susanna Adventures, Blizzards, and Coastal Calamities. 1st pr in dj.
Dodd, Mead, 1978, ISBN:0396076343 
SNOW, Edward Rowe. Adventures, Blizzards, and Coastal Calamities. NY: Dodd,Mead, (1978). First Printing. Pp 275 + 8 p of plates. 8vo, green cloth. An other selection of nautical prodigies and oddities selected and retold by the prolific Mr. Snow. This time including the fate of the Mary Celeste (pp.158-176), the appalling wreck of the White Star liner Atlantic near Halifax(pp.91-99; the history of Minot's Light (pp.57-77), Joshua Slocum (pp.100-110) and the loss of the Thomas W. Lawson (1907, pp.226-239), among other tales. Other chapters include: 1. The Blizzard of '78; 2. Dighton Rock; 3. Dungeon Rock; 4. Gwinett, Hanged but Lived; 5. John I. Snow; 7. Susanna Rowson; 8. A Harvard Man Dies [Isaac Gardner]; 12. Chevalier Saint Sauveur; 13. Ile Derniθre; 14. The Conquest of Massachusetts Bay; 15. Piracy out of Boston in 1875; 16. The Dr Jekyll - Mr Hyde of Boston [Thomas James Gruchy]; 17. The Constitution; 21. Boston's Unique Cemeteries; 23. The Matador of Gloucester[James Merry]; 24. Grace Darling. Vg in rubbed, nicked dj. 30.00

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189 SNOW, Edward Rowe. D'ENTREMONT, Jeremy. BICKNELL, Dorothy Snow, foreword. Women of the Sea. Snow Centennial Edition in dustjacket.
Commonwealth Editions, Beverly, MA, 2004, ISBN:1889833789 
SNOW, Edward Rowe. Women of the Sea. Updated by Jeremy D'Entremont. Foreword by Dorothy Snow Bicknell. Beverly, MA: Commonwealth Editions, (2004). Snow Centennial Edition. Pp. (4),v-xi,(1),1-220,(8). Illustrated in black and white. 8vo, red cloth with gilt lettering to front cover and spine. See United States Coast Guard Annotated Bibliography (1982) p.69. "Included in this lively collection are Hannah Burgess, who navigated her husband's clippership safely to port after his death; His Kai Ching, a widow who took comma nd of her husband's pirate fleet; Mrs. Jones, a Methodist missionary who was the sole survivor of the Maria, wrecked off the cost [sic] of Antigua in 1826; Madame Desnoyer, who was cast adrift with her two children and a servant off Santo Domingo in 1767, after her husband had been murdered; and Alice Rowe Snow, the author's own mother, who spent most of her first twenty years at sea aboard ships commanded by her father." - from the dj. Chapters : 1. Susanna [Rowson]; 2. Mary Read; 3. Mademoiselle de Bourk; 4. Margaret Bigelow Longfellow; 5. Two Women of the China Seas; 6. Consuelo [Dubois andthe wreck of La Meduse]; 7. The Sole Survivor ; 8. Azubah, the Whaler's Wi fe; 9. Emily Ballard; 10. Nantucket Women; 11. Wives of Good Samaritans; 12. Navigator Hannah [Burgess]; 13. Abbie Burgess; 14. Alice on the Bark Russell; 15. Joanna Carver Colcord; 16. 105 La. 39 [the death of Angele Marie Langles when the French liner La Bourgogne collided with the steel bark Cromartyshire, July 4, 1898 south of Sable Island with great loss of life and much bad behaviour]; 17. Greta's Adventure [the shipwreck of the Channel Islands steamboat Stella in 1899 ]; 18. Tugboat Annies; 19. Commodore Ann White; 20. Girl on a Life Raft [Terry Jo Duperrault after her family was murdered on the ketch Bluebelle whilst on a Caribbean charter]. With index. Very good in unclipped dustjacket. 15.00

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190 Society for Promoting of Christian Knowledge - SPCK Religious Tracts dispersed by the Society for Promoting of Christian Knowledge
C. And J. Rivington, London, 1820, 
(Society for Promoting of Christian Knowledge). [Religious Tracts dispersedby the Society for Promoting of Christian Knowledge]. London : C. And J. R ivington, 1820-1828. Various paginations. Large 12mo, full tree calf, maroon leather title block to spine with gilt lettering and trim, gilt dentelles, embossed to the front "Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge". Being a collection of eleven individual tracts (with the first two being of nautical interest) consisting of : WOODWARD, Josiah. The Seaman's Monitor; or, Advice to Sea-faring Men. With reference to their Behavior before, in, and after their Voyage. With Prayers for their use. Also an Address to the Officers and Seamen in His Majesty's Royal Navy. With a Caution to profane Swearers, and a seasonable Admonition against Mutiny and Piracy. London : F.C. and J. Rivington, 1820. A New Edition. Pp. (2), [3]-52. Prayers include: A Prayer to be used before a Voyage; A Prayer to be used by a Person at Sea; APrayer in a Storm; A Thanksgiving after a Storm; A Thanksgiving when safel y arrived at any Port. -bound with- An Old Chaplain's Farewell Letter. London : C. and J. Rivington, 1825. A New Edition. Pp. (2),[3]-32. -bound with-WOODWARD, Josiah. The Soldier's Monitor; being Serious Advice to Soldiers, to behave themselves with a Just Regard to Religion and True Manhood. Lond on : C. and J. Rivington, 1823. Thirteenth Edition. Pp. (2),[3]-44. -bound with- SECKER, Thomas. The Duties of the Sick, stated and enforced. A New Edition, with a preface, a few variations, and additions by Thomas Stevens. London : C. and J. Rivington, 1824. Pp. (2), [3]-45,(3). -bound with- STANHOPE, George. Meditation and Prayers for Sick Persons. London : C. and J. Rivington, 1828. A New Edition. Pp. (2), [3]-44,(4). -bound with- STONHOUSE,James. Friendly Advice to A Patient: calculated more particularly for the Useof the Sick belonging to the Infirmaries. As well as the Out-patients, as those within the House; Though the greatest Part is suitable and of equal Service to Every Sick Person. London : C. and J. Rivington, 1824. Twenty-second Edition. Pp. (2), [iii]-iv, [1]-40, (4). -bound with- STONHOUSE, James.Admonitions against Swearing, Sabbath-breaking, and Drunkenness, designed for the Benefit of Such as are Guilty of One or More of these Vices. London: C. and J. Rivington, 1828. Twenty-eighth Edition. Pp. (2), [3]-8. -bound with- TRAVELL, F. T. The Duties of the Poor; particularly in the education of their Children; in an Address from a Minister to his Parishoners. Londo n : C. and J. Rivington, 1827. Fourteenth Edition. Pp. (2), [3]-28. -bound with- WOODWARD, Josiah. A Kind Caution to Profane Swearers. London : C. andJ. Rivington, 1827. A New Edition, corrected. Pp. (2), [3]-8. -bound with- WOODWARD, Josiah. A Dissuasive from the Sin of Drunkenness. London : C. an d J. Rivington, 1827. A New Edition. Pp. (1), [2]-11,(1). -bound with- The Young Woman's Monitor: shewing the Great Happiness of early piety, and the Dreadful Consequence of Forsaking the Path of Virtue. London : C. and J. Rivington, 1827. Eighteenth Edition. Pp. (2), [3]-12. Lacking most of spine, covers badly worn and detached, parochial lending library bookplate, lacking title page, internally good to very good. As is. 85.00

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Religious Tracts dispersed by the Society for Promoting of Christian Knowledge, Vol. X only , Society for Promoting of Christian Knowledge) WOODWARD, Josiah STEVENS, Thomas STANHOPE, George
191 Society for Promoting of Christian Knowledge) WOODWARD, Josiah STEVENS, Thomas STANHOPE, George Religious Tracts dispersed by the Society for Promoting of Christian Knowledge, Vol. X only
F. C. and J. Rivington, 1823, 
(Society for Promoting of Christian Knowledge). Religious Tracts dispersed by the Society for Promoting of Christian Knowledge, Vol. X. On the Christian Religion, Doctrine, and Practice. L: C. and J. Rivington, 1823. The tenth of thirteen volumes, being a collection of seventeen individual tracts (with the first two being of nautical interest) consisting of: WOODWARD, Josiah. The Seaman's Monitor; or, Advice to Sea-faring Men. With reference to their Behavior before, in, and after their Voyage. With Prayers for their use. Also an Address to the Officers and Seamen in His Majesty's Royal Navy. With a Caution to profane Swearers, and a seasonable Admonition against Mutiny and Piracy. L: C. and J. Rivington, 1820. A New Edition. Pp. (2), [3]-52. Prayers include: A Prayer to be used before a Voyage; A Prayer to be used by a Person at Sea; A Prayer in a Storm; A Thanksgiving after a Storm; A Thanksgiving when safely arrived at any Port. -bound with- An Old Chaplain's Farewell Letter. L: F. C. and J. Rivington, 1820. A New Edition. Pp. (2),[3]-48. -bound with- WOODWARD, Josiah. The Soldier's Monitor; being Seriou s Advice to Soldiers, to behave themselves with a Just Regard to Religion and True Manhood. L: C. and J. Rivington, 1823. Thirteenth Edition. Pp. (2),[3]-44. -bound with- SECKER, Thomas. The Duties of the Sick, stated and en forced. With a Preface, a few variations, and additions by Thomas Stevens. L: F. C. and J. Rivington, 1821. A New Edition. Pp. (2), [3]-60. -bound with- STANHOPE, George. Meditation and Prayers for Sick Persons. L: F. C. and J. Rivington, 1821. A New Edition. Pp. (2), [3]-47. -bound with- STONHOUSE,James. Friendly Advice to A Patient: calculated more particularly for the Use of the Sick belonging to the Infirmaries. As well as the Out-patients, as those within the House; Though the greatest Part is suitable and of equal Service to Every Sick Person. L: C. and J. Rivington, 1824. Twenty-secondEdition. Pp. (2), [iii]-iv, [1]-40, (4). -bound with- STONHOUSE, James. Sp iritual Directions for the Uninstructed; not less proper for the Use of Infirmary patients, than for the Uninstructed in all Conditions. L: F. C. and J. Rivington, 1821. Twenty-second Edition. Pp. (4), [1]-56. -bound with- STONHOUSE, James. Admonitions against Swearing, Sabbath-breaking, and Drunkenness, designed for the Benefit of Such as are Guilty of One or More of these Vices. L: C. and J. Rivington, 1823. Twenty-sixth Edition. Pp. (2), [3]-8. -bound with- TRAVELL, F. T. The Duties of the Poor; particularly in the education of their Children; in an Address from a Minister to his Parishoners. L: C. and J. Rivington, 1824. Thirteenth Edition. Pp. (2), [3]-28. -bound with- WHITE, Stephen. A Dissuasive from Stealing. A Sermon preached at Holton, in Suffolk. L: F. C. and J. Rivington, 1821. Thirteenth Edition. Pp. (2), [3]-24. -bound with- WOODWARD, Josiah. A Kind Caution to Profane Swearers. L: C. and J. Rivington, 1823. A New Edition, corrected. Pp. (2), [3]-8. -bound with- WOODWARD, Josiah. The Baseness and Perniciousness of the Sinof Slandering and Back-biting. L: F. C. and J. Rivington, 1821. Thirteenth Edition. Pp. (2), [3]-16. -bound with- WOODWARD, Josiah. A Dissuasive from Gaming. L: F. C. and J. Rivington, 1820. Seventh Edition. Pp. (2), [3]-11. -bound with- WOODWARD, Josiah. A Dissuasive from the Sin of Drunkenness. L : F. C. and J. Rivington, 1821. A New Edition. Pp. (1), [2]-12. -bound with- An Earnest Persuasive to the Serious Observance of the Lord's Day. By a Minister of the Church of England. L: F. C. and J. Rivington, 1820. A New Edition, corrected. Pp. (2), [3]-12. -bound with- WOODWARD, Josiah. The YoungMan's Monitor; shewing the Great Happiness of early Piety, and the Dreadfu l Consequences of Indulging Youthful Lusts. L: F. C. and J. Rivington, 1821. Nineteenth Edition, corrected. Pp. (2), [iii]-vi, [7]-60. -bound with- The Young Woman's Monitor: shewing the Great Happiness of early piety, and the Dreadful Consequence of Forsaking the Path of Virtue. L: C. and J. Rivington, 1824. Sixteenth Edition. Pp. (2), [3]-22, (2). Large 12mo, full tree calf, maroon leather title block to spine with gilt lettering and trim, giltdentelles, embossed to the front "Society for Promoting Christian Knowledg e". Binders stamp to lower front paste-down : Russell Aug 1824. Spine and ends lightly worn, dentelles all but worn away, browning to the edges of theendpapers, else a very good copy in an attractive binding. 175.00

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192 SPENCER, Erle ROMPKEY, Ronald, intro. Yo-Ho-Ho! : A Story of Piracy and Smuggling. 2nd printing
Creative Publishers, St. John's, 1986, ISBN:092002131X 
SPENCER, Erle. Yo-Ho-Ho! : A Story of Piracy and Smuggling. Introduction byRonald Rompkey. St. John's : Creative Publishers, (Sept. 1987). Second Pri nting. Pp i-xiv,(2),1-172,(2). 8vo, card covers. First reprinted by Creative in March 1986. "Originally published in Scotland by W.R. Chambers Limitedin 1924." As new. 15.00

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193 STANLEY, Jo, (ed.) CHAMBERS, Anne MURRAY, Dian H. WHEELWRIGHT, Julie Bold in Her Breeches : Women Pirates Across the Ages.
HarperCollins, London, 1996, 
STANLEY, Jo, (ed.). Bold in Her Breeches : Women Pirates Across the Ages. Edited by Jo Stanley, with contributions from Anne Chambers, Dian H. Murray and Julie Wheelwright. (London) : HarperCollins, (1996). First Paperback Printing. Pp 283. Illustrated. 8vo, card covers. "Bold in her Breeches takes a wholly fresh look at these mythical figures and place them in their true historical and cultural contexts. From Artemisia to the contemporary woman pirates of today, via eighteenth century Grace O'Malley and the nineteenth century Cheng I Sao, we learn why women took to piracy, what it was actually like, how they were regarded by people of their own time and what historyhas done to their stories.". Very good. 12.00

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194 STANRES, John. Cornish Hug.
Balmuir Book Publishing Ltd., Ottawa, 1985, ISBN:0919511287 
STANRES, John. The Cornish Hug. (Ottawa): Balmuir Book Publishing Ltd., (1985). First Paperback Printing. Pp.(10),[1]-220,(2). 8vo, illustrated white card covers with brown lettering to front cover and spine. "Spy, trader, soldier of fortune and lover, the Cornishman works for both sides during the American Revolutionary War. With a Scottish runaway at his side, he lands on the shores of North America and becomes embroiled in the struggle for a continent. While George Washington fights for ascendancy and Guy Carleton defends an embattled Canada, Hugo Penryn and Andrew Cluny move back and forthacross the lines of battle. They are merchants who specialize in espionage and piracy -- two fictitious characters among the real-life heroes and rog ues of our heritage. In his fourth novel, John Starnes, Canada's former spymaster and head of the security service, takes us into our past. Steeped inhistory, his tale of adventure is often more credible than the real-life a ction of the Americn revolution and the defence of Canada. The story culminates in the Battle of Penobscot Bay -- an almost forgotten sea battle that was the worst naval disaster in American history until Pearl Harbour." - from the rear cover. Covers lightly rubbed, else very good. 15.00

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195 TEMPLE, Richard Carnac BOWREY, Thomas. HUMPHREYS, John. HOWARD, Henry. New Light on the Mysterious Tragedy of the "Worcester" 1704-1705: An Episode in the Long Struggle between England and Scotland for Union as Great Britain 1603-1707. First Edition
Ernest Benn Limited, London , 1930, 
TEMPLE, Richard Carnac, Lieut.-Colonel Sir. New Light on the Mysterious Tragedy of the "Worcester" 1704-1705: An Episode in the Long Struggle between England and Scotland for Union as Great Britain 1603-1707. With a Solution of the Mystery offered by Lieut.-Colonel Sir Richard Carnac Temple, Bt., C.B., C.I.E.; F.B.A., F.S.A. From the papers of her English Charterer, ThomasBowrey, discovered in 1913 by John Humphreys, M.A., F.S.A., and now in the possession of Lieut.-Colonel Henry Howard, F.S.A. London : Ernest Benn Lim ited, (1930). First Edition. Pp (4),5-491,(1) + frontispiece + 7 plates and3 maps (2 folding). Two figures in text. Large 8vo, green cloth, gilt lett ering to spine. Catalogue of the Library of the National Maritime Museum, Vol 4. Piracy and Privateering 523. Chapters : 1. Scots and English Relations before the Union; 2. The Darien Company; 3. The Throes of Union; 4. Chartering the Worcester; 5. The Worcester's Crew; 6. The Worcester in the Downs; 7. The Delay in the Start and Its Consequences; 8. The Voyage to India; 9. The Move to Bengal; 10. The Worcester in Scotland; 11. The Seizure of theAnnandale; 12. The Seizure of the Worcester in Reprisal; 13. The Case Agai nst Green and His Crew; 14. The Trial of the Worcester's Crew; 15. EvidenceOutside the Trial; 16. The Execution of Green, Madder and Simpson [hanged on Leith Sands]; 17. Some Results of the Execution ; 18. Evidence after theExecution ; 19. The Story of the Speedy Return; 20. The Case against the W orcester; 21. The Worcester's Cargo; 22. Bowrey's Efforts for Compensation;23. Henry Smith's Enquiries in Edinburgh; 24. The Aftermath; 25. Opinions and Reconstructions. Appendices: ; A. Heads of a Charterparty for a Ship of160 Tons to East India; B. Victualling for Thirty Men; C. 1701: Total Cost and Charge of the Cargo of the Worcester for East India; D. Expenses of Ac count the Cargo of the Worcester; E. Bowrey's Instructions as to General Information; F. Linstead's Accounts; G. Valuations of the Worcester's Cargo; H. An American Bibliography Relating to the Period of the Worcester. With index. Spine sunned with faint damp stain, front inner hinge starting, 1933 penned acquisition note, else very good. 40.00

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New Light on the Mysterious Tragedy of the "Worcester" 1704-1705: An Episode in the Long Struggle between England and Scotland for Union as Great Britain 1603-1707.  First Edition in dustjacket, TEMPLE, Richard Carnac BOWREY, Thomas. HUMPHREYS, John. HOWARD, Henry.
196 TEMPLE, Richard Carnac BOWREY, Thomas. HUMPHREYS, John. HOWARD, Henry. New Light on the Mysterious Tragedy of the "Worcester" 1704-1705: An Episode in the Long Struggle between England and Scotland for Union as Great Britain 1603-1707. First Edition in dustjacket
Ernest Benn Limited, London, 1930, 
TEMPLE, Richard Carnac, Lieut.-Colonel Sir. New Light on the Mysterious Tragedy of the "Worcester" 1704-1705: An Episode in the Long Struggle between England and Scotland for Union as Great Britain 1603-1707. With a Solution of the Mystery offered by Lieut.-Colonel Sir Richard Carnac Temple, Bt., C.B., C.I.E.; F.B.A., F.S.A. From the papers of her English Charterer, ThomasBowrey, discovered in 1913 by John Humphreys, M.A., F.S.A., and now in the possession of Lieut.-Colonel Henry Howard, F.S.A. London : Ernest Benn Lim ited, (1930). First Edition. Pp (4),5-491,(1) + frontispiece + 7 plates and3 maps (2 folding). Two figures in text. Large 8vo, green cloth, gilt lett ering to spine. Catalogue of the Library of the National Maritime Museum, Vol 4. Piracy and Privateering 523. Chapters : 1. Scots and English Relations before the Union; 2. The Darien Company; 3. The Throes of Union; 4. Chartering the Worcester; 5. The Worcester's Crew; 6. The Worcester in the Downs; 7. The Delay in the Start and Its Consequences; 8. The Voyage to India; 9. The Move to Bengal; 10. The Worcester in Scotland; 11. The Seizure of theAnnandale; 12. The Seizure of the Worcester in Reprisal; 13. The Case Agai nst Green and His Crew; 14. The Trial of the Worcester's Crew; 15. EvidenceOutside the Trial; 16. The Execution of Green, Madder and Simpson [hanged on Leith Sands]; 17. Some Results of the Execution ; 18. Evidence after theExecution ; 19. The Story of the Speedy Return; 20. The Case against the W orcester; 21. The Worcester's Cargo; 22. Bowrey's Efforts for Compensation;23. Henry Smith's Enquiries in Edinburgh; 24. The Aftermath; 25. Opinions and Reconstructions. Appendices: ; A. Heads of a Charterparty for a Ship of160 Tons to East India; B. Victualling for Thirty Men; C. 1701: Total Cost and Charge of the Cargo of the Worcester for East India; D. Expenses of Ac count the Cargo of the Worcester; E. Bowrey's Instructions as to General Information; F. Linstead's Accounts; G. Valuations of the Worcester's Cargo; H. An American Bibliography Relating to the Period of the Worcester. With index. Edges and endpapers very slightly foxed, else very good in worn, chipped dustjacket (large chip spanning much of the upper part of the front panel). 85.00

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197 TENENTI, Alberto Piracy and the Decline of Venice 1580-1615. First English Edition in dustjacket
Longmans, London , 1967, 
TENENTI, Alberto. Piracy and the Decline of Venice 1580-1615. Translated [...] with an introduction and glossary, by Janet and Brian Pullan. (London) : Longmans, (1967). First English Edition. Pp (8),ix-xviii,(6),3-210,+ 8 pages of illustrations. 8vo, black cloth, with silver lettered green title block to spine. The Italian first edition, Venezia e i corsari, 1580-1615, appeared in 1961. "Pirate warfare played a prominent part in Mediterranean life during the late sixteenth and early seventeenth centuries. Its influencewas significant both in the decline of Venice and in the shift of the econ omic hegemony of Europe. Professor Tenenti maintains that Venice is a fitting focus for study of this period, for the Mediterranean became increasingly a centre of European activity. On one side was Venice which, in spite of a huge navy and a still sizeable merchant fleet, observed the strictest neutrality and sought only to protect her trade. On the other were potentiallyor openly hostile navies, which clashed with one another and frequently al so with Venetian shipping. English and Dutch navies forced their way into the area by a combination of trade and piracy and established themselves in positions of great strength. Professor Tenenti analyzes the impact of northern piracy on the trade of the Venetian republic and her failure to resist the threat. During the early seventeenth century Venetian prosperity was irreparably damaged, not only by competition from the north, but also by a severe shipbuilding crisis. He suggests that Venice was unable to adapt the organisation, equipment and discipline of her navy to the changed conditions; for these were spheres in which her pride was particularly strong and tradition enduring. He describes the different types of pirates from the Barbary pirates, the Knights of Malta and the English corsairs to the Uscocchi, whom even sophisticated Venetians regarded as necromancers." - from the dj.Contents : Part I. The Pirates. 1. The Uskoks; 2. The Barbary Corsairs; 3. Maltese, Florentines and Spaniards; 4. The English. Part II. The Organizat ion of the Venetian Navy. 5. The Merchant Fleet; 6. The Light Galleys; 7. Galleasses and Galleon. With glossary, notes, bibliography and index. Very good in unclipped dustjacket with a short tear. 40.00

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198 THORNDIKE, Russell Arrow Book 746 Doctor Syn. 2nd Arrow pr.
Arrow Books, London, 1966, 
THORNDIKE, Russell. Doctor Syn . (London): Arrow Books Ltd., (1966). SecondArrow Printing. Pp. [1]-256. Small 8vo, illustrated red card covers with w hite spine. Arrow #746. The seventh novel in the Doctor Syn series, detailing the adventures of the pirate-turned-vicar. Very light wear to corners, title inked to bottom edge, else vg. 50.00

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199 TRUEMAN, Stuart Ghosts, Pirates and Treasure Troves. in dj
McClelland and Stewart, Toronto, 1975, ISBN:0771086024 
TRUEMAN, Stuart. Ghosts, Pirates and Treasure Troves : The Phantoms that Haunt New Brunswick. (Toronto): McClelland and Stewart, (1975). Pp. (6),7-155,(5). 8vo, tan cloth. See Spadoni & Donnelly 2696. A collection of New Brunswick folklore. Of nautical interest: "The Phantom of Bay Chaleur" (pp. 54-60), "The Apparitions of Grand Manan" (pp. 89-103), "The Ubiquitous CaptainKidd" (pp. 118-128), "They Found the Pot of Gold" (pp. 129-134), and "The Sea Keeps Its Secrets" (pp. 135-142). Vg in price-clipped dj. 20.00

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200 TRUEMAN, Stuart Ghosts, Pirates and Treasure Troves. in dj. signed
McClelland and Stewart, Toronto, 1975, ISBN:0771086024 
TRUEMAN, Stuart. Ghosts, Pirates and Treasure Troves : The Phantoms that Haunt New Brunswick. (Toronto): McClelland and Stewart, (1975). Pp. 155. 8vo,tan cloth. See Spadoni & Donnelly 2696. A collection of New Brunswick folk lore. Of nautical interest: "The Phantom of Bay Chaleur" (pp. 54-60), "The Apparitions of Grand Manan" (pp. 89-103), "The Ubiquitous Captain Kidd" (pp. 118-128), "They Found the Pot of Gold" (pp. 129-134), and "The Sea Keeps Its Secrets" (pp. 135-142). Vg in dj (dime-sized stain to front panel). Signed by the author. 25.00

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