Ship captains -- Alaska -- Biography. : Captain "Hell Roaring" Mike Healy : from American slave to Arctic hero / Dennis L. Noble and Truman R. Strobridge ; foreword by Gene Allen Smith and James C. Bradford.
Ship captains -- England -- Early works to 1800. : The speeches of the judges of the Court of Exchequer, [electronic resource] : upon granting a new trial, in case of Capt. Evelyn Sutton, against Comre George Johnstone; on the 30th day of June, 1785. Together with Mr. Baron Eyre's speech, On the Motion to arrest the Judgement, On the 15th Day of June, 1785. Taken in short hand by Joseph Gurney.
Ship captains -- Great Britain -- Early works to 1800. : Minutes of the proceedings at the trial of Captain Holmes, of His Majesty's ship the Lenox, by a court-martial, held on board His Majesty's yacht the Charlotte, at Deptford. For his conduct and behaviour in an engagement with a Spanish squadron on the first of October, 1748. Together with a supplement, Containing various Papers and Remarks. The Trial taken in Short-Hand, by Permission of the Court-Martial [electronic resource].
Ship captains -- Handbooks, manuals, etc. -- Early works to 1800. : A treasury for dealers, [electronic resource] : or The Merchant, Cash keeper, Masters, Owners of Ships, Freighters, Factors, Mariner, and Notary Publick's, best Instructor and Companion, in three parts. Part I. Containing an account of Merchants, and Merchandize, Exchanges, and Bills of Exchange, with the manner of Protest, Forms of the most material Writings, belonging to Merchandize, or Sea Affairs, Customs, Entries, &c. The Privileges and Rights of Owners of Ships Instructions for Masters of Ships of Average and Contribution; the Port of London, Customs, and Privileges of the City, relating to Trade; Directions for insuring Ships, Merchandize, &c. with the form of policy of assurance; Tenus Nauticum Bottomere, an account of the Ports, &c. where Goods may be laden, with Fees claimed by Custom-House Officers, Customs of London, in relation to aliens the Factor and Book-Keepers faithful Guide. A very useful Table, containing an exact account cast up, for buying and selling any Commodity, by Number or Weight, with many other necessary things. Part II. Instructions for young Saylors,
Ship captains -- Oceania. : Bully Hayes, barrator, bigamist, buccaneer, blackbirder, and pirate : an authentic life of William Henry Hayes, of Ohio or New York, U.S.A; born 1829, killed 1877 / compiled and written by A.T. Saunders.
Ship captains -- Pennsylvania -- Philadelphia. : An act for incorporating the Society, for the Relief of Poor, Aged and Infirm Masters of Ships, Their Widows and Children, in Philadelphia, Province of Pennsylvania. [electronic resource] : Passed February 24, 1770, & anno decimo Geo. III. Regis.
Ship captains -- Religious life. : The seaman's character and calling consider'd and improv'd in a sermon Begun to a Ships-Company, [electronic resource] : in a sermon begun to a Ship's-Company, upon Thursday, December the 13th. The remaining part preach'd the following Lord's-Day in the Afternoon, at the New Meeting-House in Leverpool. MDCCX1. By Christopher Bassnett.