Downie, Miranda. : A day in the life of a child / [written by Miranda Downie, Andrea McGinlay, Charles Schumann ; edited by John Healey ; illustrated by Janice Bowles]
Downie, Murdo, : The new seaman's guide, and coaster's companion : Containing complete sailing directions for ships, both outward and homeward bound, through the River Thames, and all its entrances, the British and Bristol Channels, on both coasts, including all the harbours; the coast of Wales; West Coasts of England and Scotland; the South coasts of Ireland; and the islands of Man, Scilly, Guernsey, Jersey, Alderney, &c. Also the East Coast of Great Britain, with the Orkney, Shetland, and Western Islands; the Coasts of Flanders, Holland, and Germany; the North Sea, Cattegat, Sound, Baltic, gulf of Finland, and northern navigation to the White Sea. And all the useful tables, viz. tables of the magnetic courses, and distances from place to place, for all the Coasts of Europe, and many of Africa and Asia: with the variations. A table of the distances by water, in miles, from London to the principal ports in Great Britain, Ireland, part of France, Flanders, Holland, Norway, Sweden, Denmark, throughout the Baltic and the Mediterrean. Copious tables of latitudes and longitudes, f.
Downing, Alexander G. (Alexander Gallatin), 1842-1932. : Downing's civil war diary / by Sergeant Alexander G. Downing, Company E, Eleventh Iowa Infantry, Third Brigade, "Crocker's Brigade," Sixth Division of the Seventeenth Corps, Army of Tennessee. August 15, 1861-July 31, 1865; ed. by Olynthus B. Clark.
Downing, Clement. : A compendious history of the Indian Wars : with an account of the rise, progress, strength, and forces of Angria the Pyrate. Also the transactions of a squadron of men of war under Commodore Matthews, sent to the East-Indies to suppress the pyrates. To which is annex'd, a additional history of the wars between the Great Mogul, Angria, and his Allies. With an account of the life and Actions of John Plantain, a notorious pyrate at Madagascar; his Wars with the Natives on that Island, where having continued eight Years, he join'd Angria, and was made his chief Admiral. By Clement Downing, Midshipman on board the Salisbury; afterwards Lieutenant of the Victory Frigate, Fame Gally, and Revenge Grab, part of the Squndron employ'd by the East-India Company to attack Angria; and sometime Engineer in the Service of the Great Mogul.