Sailors -- France, Northern -- Social conditions. : Dix mille marins face à l'océan : les populations maritimes de Dunkerque au Havre aux XVIIe et XVIIIe siècles (vers 1660-1794) : étude sociale / Alain Cabantous ; préface du recteur Pierre Deyon.
Sailors -- Great Britain -- Poetry. : Neptunes raging fury, or, The gallant sea-mens sufferings. : Being a relation of their perils and dangers, and of the extraordinary hazards they undergo in their noble adventures. Together with their undaunted valor, and rare constancy, in all their extremities. And the manner of their rejoycing on shore at their return home. To the tune of, When the stormy windes doe blow. / By J.P.
Sailors -- Great Britain -- Wages -- Early works to 1800. : Proposals, humbly offered to the Honourable House of Commons by John Sudbury, to prevent seamen being cheated of their pay, by ticket-buyers and others; and to mann the fleet with more expedition and less charge, than has yet been, and that without any further charge to the Queen or nation....
England and Wales. -- 17th century -- Sailors' handbooks. : James, Duke of York and Albany, Earl of Ulster, Lord High Admiral of England, Scotland, & Ireland, Constable of Dover-castle, Lord Warden of the Cinque ports, and governor of Portsmouth, &c. : Instructions for the better ordering his Majesties fleet in sayling .
Sailors -- Health and hygiene -- Early works to 1800. : Tentamen prophylacticum inaugurale, de tuenda nautarum sanitate; quod Annuente Summo Numine, Ex Auctoritate Reverendi admodum Viri, D. Gulielmi Robertson, S.S. T.P. Academiae Edinburgenae Praefecti; Nec Non Amplissimi Senatus Academici consensu, Et nobilissimae Facultatis Medicae decreto; pro gradu doctrois, Summisque in Medicina Honoribus Ac Privilegiis Rite Et Legitime Consequendis; eruditorum examini subjicit Jacobus Armstrong, Hibernus, Regiae Classis Chirurgus. Ad diem 12. Septembris, hora locoque solitis.
Sailors -- Health and hygiene -- Great Britain -- Early works to 1800. : A maritime state considered, as to the health of seamen; with effectual means for rendering the situation of British seamen more comfortable. : To which are annexed, some general observations on the diseaeses incident to that valuable class of people. With an appendix of additional notes and remarks, in the order of the work. By Charles Fletcher, M.D. formerly of His Majesty's navy.