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    An Alphabet of Ships

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    A facsimile of an original mid-Victorian children's alphabet of ships and the sea.

    A Lady's Captivity Among Chinese Pirates

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    Fanny Loviot, adventurer, writer and gold digger, emigrated to San Francisco in 1852. Along with 17 others, including a bankrupt bootmaker and a disgraced nobleman, she set sail from Le Havre on 30 May 1852 on the schooner Dunkirk Independence.

    John Harrison and the Quest for Longitude

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    Following one of the most inspiring and fascinating stories linked to the Royal Observatory, Greenwich, this book centres on the life and achievements of John Harrison - designer and builder of the first accurate marine chronometers.

    Fish and Ships: A Nautical Miscellany

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    This quirky compendium of nautical stories, facts, figures and miscellany is a must-have for all the salty sea-dogs out there. From stories of dramatic voyages, myths, superstitions, famous sea battles and our greatest explorers, this charming book brings together the expertise of world-leading curators into a pocket-sized volume.

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