Shipwrecks -- 1782. : A narrative of the extraordinary adventures : and sufferings by shipwreck & imprisonment, of Donald Campbell, Esq. of Barbreck: with the singular humours of his Tartar guide, Hassan Artaz: comprising The Occurrences of Four Years and Five Days, in an overland journey to India. Faithfully abstracted from Capt. Campbell's "letters to his son."
Shipwrecks -- Africa. : A true and genuine narrative of the whole affair relating to the ship Sussex, as sent to the directors of the Honourable East India Company; from the time she was deserted by the officers, and greatest Part of the Crew, till she was unfortunately wreck'd on the Bassas de India. Also a particular account of the many hardships and Distresses of the Sixteen Brave sailors who staid on board. With a List of their Names. By John Dean, The only surviving Person of them all.
Shipwrecks -- Africa, North. : An authentic narrative of the shipwreck and sufferings of Mrs. Eliza Bradley : the wife of Capt. James Bradley of Liverpool, commander of the ship Sally which was wrecked on the coast of Barbary, in June 1818 : the crew and passengers of the above ship fell into the hands of the Arabs, a few days after their shipwreck among whom, unfortunately, was Mrs. Bradley, who after enduring incredible hardships during six months captivity (five of which she was separated from her husband and every other civilized being) she was fortunately redeemed out of the hands of the unmerciful barbarians, by Mr. Willshire, the British consul resident at Mogodore. / written by herself.
Shipwrecks -- Africa, North -- Early works to 1800. : A narrative of the loss of His Majesty's ship the Litchfield [electronic resource] : Captain Barton, on the coast of Africa : with an account of the sufferings of the captain, and the surviving part of his crew, in their slavery under the Emperor of Morocco, to which are added some remarkable particulars of the character and conduct of that Emperor, and a description of the city of Morocco : in a journal / kept by Lieutenant James Sutherland.
Shipwrecks -- Africa, Northwest. : A narrative of the shipwreck of the British brig, "Surprise", of Glasgow, John William Ross, master, on the coast of Barbary, on the 28th December, 1815 [electronic resource] : and subsequent captivity of the passengers and crew by the Arabs, until ransomed by the Worshipful Company of Ironmongers.
Shipwrecks -- Africa, West -- Early works to 1800. : An historical narrative of the shipwreck and captivity of Mr. De Brisson, an officer belonging to the Adminstration of the French Colonies. : With a description of the deserts of Africa, from Senegal to Morocco. Translated from the French.
Shipwrecks -- Amsterdam Island. : The story of the Scoltock family & their journey to Port Phillip Settlement in the colony, 1853, including a full account of the loss of the sailing ship Meridian on Amsterdam Island / by Joy Shepherd.
Shipwrecks -- Arabian Peninsula. : A journal of the travels and sufferings of Daniel Saunders, Jun. : A mariner on board the ship Commerce of Boston, Samuel Johnson, commander, which was cast away near Cape Morebet, on the coast of Arabia, July 10, 1792.
Shipwrecks -- Australia -- Encyclopedias. : The encyclopedia of Australian shipwrecks and other maritime incidents, including vessels lost overseas, merchant ships lost at war, and those lost on inland waters, together with a bibliography of vessel entries / Peter Stone.