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List of abbreviations
A General works
Bi Regional studies: the south-west peninsula
Bii Regional studies: other British
Biii Regional studies: overseas
C The slave trade
D Privateering and piracy
E Fisheries
F Passenger trades
G Exploration, cartography, navigation and Marine science
H Colonisation and empire
J Shipbuilding and technology
K Vessels
Li Maritime labour: working conditions, education, welfare and health
Lii Maritime labour: seamanship and shiphandling
M Coastguard, smuggling, wreck and rescue
Ni Naval: general
Nii Naval: strategy and battles
Niii Naval: establishments
Niv Naval: personnel
P Recreation and tourism
Q Biography
R Sources
Author index
Subject index
INTRODUCTION This Bibliography has been produced in connection with the Fortieth Annual University of Exeter Maritime History Conference, held at the University 9-10 September 2006, partly as a means of illustrating Exeter's contribution to Maritime History, but more importantly as a tool for historians. It is hoped that it will form the basis for a living bibliography to be accessible through the website of the University of Exeter Centre for Maritime Historical Studies. Covering publications from 1964, this start date has been chosen as it is the year in which the University formed the Department of Economic History and appointed as its head Professor Walter Minchinton. Following the 2004 Maritime History conference, members of the Centre first gave thought to the fortieth conference and determined that such a record, probably exceptional for Maritime History events, should be celebrated. Thus the first session of the 2006 conference will be devoted to an overview of initiatives in Maritime History associated with the University and to separate historiographical assessments of publications associated with the University in Maritime History and in Naval History. The idea of a bibliography followed naturally. The selection of entries spans the past four decades and the basis for inclusion is the association of the authors with the University as members of staff, research students, honorary fellows of the Centre for Maritime Historical Studies, contributors to seminars and conferences organised by the University if subsequently published and works published by the University of Exeter Press. Conscious that much good writing in compilations and unpublished non-doctoral dissertations fails to achieve independent listing elsewhere, the compilers have given special attention to multi-author works and theses. Both have long associations with Maritime History at the University of Exeter dating back to the 1960s, Celia King as one of the first students and the second research assistant in the Department of Economic History and Alston Kennerley as a research student in that Department and later as an honorary fellow of the Centre. Celia King has undertaken most of the literature searching and the typing. The Bibliography is presented in subject classified order, supported by an author index and subject index. For a discussion of the definition of Maritime History and of the problems of selection and classification, we would refer the user to the `Introduction' in David M Williams and Andrew P White, A select bibliography of British and Irish University theses about maritime history, 1792-1990 (St John's, Newfoundland: IMEHA, 1991). In undertaking the literature search we have been helped by past and present University of Exeter historians. But our principal resource has been the facilities to be found in the University Library, and amongst its staff we are particularly indebted to Stuart Macwilliam for his advice and help. We hope and anticipate that further qualifying works will be brought to our attention. Celia King and Alston Kennerley Exeter, July 2006
Devon & Cornwall Notes & Queries Harold E Stephen Fisher, ed. The south west and the sea (University of Exeter, 1968) Harold E Stephen Fisher, ed. Ports and shipping in the south west (University of Exeter, 1971) Harold E Stephen Fisher and Walter E Minchinton, eds. Transport and shipowning in the west country (University of Exeter, 1973) Harold E Stephen Fisher, ed. West country maritime and social history: some essays (University of Exeter, 1980) Harold E Stephen Fisher, ed. British shipping and seamen, 1630-1960: some studies (University of Exeter, 1984) Harold E Stephen Fisher, ed. Studies in British privateering, trading enterprise and seamen's welfare, 1775-1900 (University of Exeter, 1987) Harold E Stephen Fisher, ed. Lisbon as a port town, the British seaman and other maritime themes (University of Exeter, 1988) David J Starkey, ed. Devon's coastline and coastal waters: aspects of man's relationship with the sea (University of Exeter, 1988) Harold E Stephen Fisher, ed. Innovation in shipping and trade (University of Exeter, 1989) Michael Duffy, ed. Parameters of British naval power, 1650-1850 (University of Exeter Press, 1994) Harold E Stephen Fisher, ed. Man and the maritime environment (University of Exeter Press, 1994) David J Starkey, Els van Eyck van Heslinga and J A de Moor, eds. Pirates and privateers: new perspectives on the war on trade in the 18th and 19th centuries (University of Exeter Press, 1997) Harold E Stephen Fisher, ed. Recreation and the sea (University of Exeter Press, 1997) David J Starkey and Alan G Jamieson, eds. Exploiting the sea: aspects of Britain's maritime economy since 1870 (University of Exeter Press, 1998) Michael Duffy and Roger Morriss, eds. The Glorious First of June 1794: a naval battle and its aftermath (University of Exeter Press in co-operation with National Maritime Museum, 2001) Roger Kain and William Ravenhill, eds. Historical atlas of south-west England (University of Exeter Press, 1999) International Journal of Maritime History International Maritime Economic History Association Mariner's Mirror Maritime South West Michael Duffy, Harold E Stephen Fisher, Basil Greenhill, David J Starkey, and Joyce A Youings, eds. The new maritime history of Devon, Volume I From early times to the late eighteenth century; Volume II From the late eighteenth century to the present day (London: Conway Maritime Press in association with University of Exeter, 1992, 1994) new series Oxford Dictionary of National Biography (Oxford University Press, 2004) David J Starkey, ed. Sources for a new maritime history of Devon (University of Exeter, 1987)
South West Soundings (Newsletter of South West Maritime History Society)
Theses available in University of Exeter Department of History
A1 Armstrong, John, `Climax and climacteric: the British coastal trade, 1870-1930' in EMS 15, pp. 37-58
A2 Cooper, E G, `Aspects of British shipping and maritime trade in the Atlantic, 1775-1783', MA thesis, University of Exeter, 1975, 75 pp.
A3 Dyson, Brian, `The end of the line: Oswald Sanderson, Sir John Ellerman and the Wilsons of Hull' in EMS 15, pp. 59-78
A4 Fischer, Lewis R, and Minchinton, Walter E, eds. People of the northern seas (St John's, Newfoundland: IMEHA, 1992, 220 pp.) (Introduction pp. vii-xv)
A5 Fisher, Harold E Stephen, `Diving engines and divers in the early eighteenth century', MM, 81 (1995) 467-8
A6 ----, ed. British shipping and seamen, 16301960: some studies (University of Exeter, 1984, 121 pp.) [EPEH 16]
A7 ----, ed. Innovation in shipping and trade (University of Exeter Press, 1989, 183 pp.) [EMS 6]
A8 ----, ed. Lisbon as a port town, the British seaman and other maritime themes (University of Exeter Press, 1988, 143 pp.) [EMS 2]
A9 ----, ed. Man and the maritime environment (University of Exeter Press, 1994, 243 pp.) [EMS 9]
A10 ----, ed. Ports and shipping in the south-west (University of Exeter, 1970, 184 pp.) [EPEH 4]
A11 ----, ed. The south-west and the sea (University of Exeter, 1968, 73 pp.) [EPEH 1]
A12 ----, ed. Studies in British privateering, trading enterprise and seamen's welfare, 17751900 (University of Exeter, 1987, 179 pp.) [EPEH 17]
A13 ----, ed. West country maritime and social history: some essays (University of Exeter, 1980, 169 pp.) [EPEH 13]
A14 Fisher, Harold E Stephen, and Minchinton, Walter E, eds. Transport and shipowning in the
westcountry (University of Exeter, 1973, 83 pp.) [EPEH 7] A15 French, Christopher J, `Productivity in the Atlantic shipping industry: a quantitative study', Journal of Interdisciplinary History, 17 (1987) 613-38 A16 Gardiner, Robert, and Greenhill, Basil, eds. The advent of steam: the merchant steamship before 1900 (London: Conway Maritime Press, 1993, 190 pp.) A17 ----, eds. Sail's last century: the merchant sailing ship, 1830-1930 (London: Conway Maritime Press, 1993, 176 pp.) A18 Greenhill, Basil, The merchant schooners (revised ed. London: Conway Maritime Press, 1988, 310 pp.) A19 ----, `Prologue: some thoughts on maritime history' in Starkey, ed. Sources, pp. 1-9 A20 Harding, Richard, Jarvis, Adrian, and Kennerley, Alston, eds. British ships in China Seas: 1700 to the present day (national museums Liverpool, 2004, 255 pp.) A21 Jamieson, Alan G, `Better ports: the development of British ports since 1945', The Northern Mariner/Le Marin du Nord, 6 no. 1 (1996) 29-34 A22 ----, Ebb tide in the British maritime industries: change and adaptation 1918-1990 (University of Exeter Press, 2003, 320 pp.) A23 ----, `Facing the rising tide: British attitudes to Asian national shipping lines 1959-1964', IJMH, 7 no. 2 (Dec 1995) 135-48 A24 ----, `An inevitable decline? Britain's shipping and shipbuilding industries since 1930' in EMS 15, pp. 79-92 A25 Jones, Stephanie, `British mercantile enterprise overseas in the nineteenth century: the example of James Lyle Mackay, first Earl of Inchcape' in EPEH 17, pp. 79-97 A26 ----, `The P&O in war and slump, 1914-1932: the chairmanship of Lord Inchcape' in EMS 6, pp. 131-43
A27 Kennerley, Alston, `China Seas: some maritime reminiscences' in Harding et al. eds. British ships in China Seas [A20], pp. 155-70 A28 ----, `Maritime History at Polytechnic South West', MSW, no. 5 (1991) 74-7 A29 Minchinton, Walter E, `British ports of call in the nineteenth century' in Les grandes escales (Brussels: Recueils de la Sociйtй Jean Bodin, 34, 1974) pp. 21-50. Also published in MM, 62 (1976) 145-57 A30 ----, `Chartered companies and limited liability' in Tony Orhnial, ed. Limited liability and the corporation (London: Croom Helm, 1982) pp. 137-60 A31 ----, `Corporate ship operation from the late sixteenth to the late eighteenth century', IJMH, 2 no. 1 (June 1990) 117-54 A32 ----, `Ports of call in the nineteenth century' in Les grandes escales [see A29], pp. 9-19 A33 ----, `The Sound tolls: shipping routes and revenue' in 5th International Congress of Maritime Museums Proceedings 1984 (Hamburg: Museum fьr Hamburgische Geschichte, 1986) pp. 74-82 A34 ----, `Western Europe and the Atlantic economy in the eighteenth century', Bijdragen en Mededelingen Betreffende de Geschiedenis der Nederlanden, 91 (1976) 273-89 A35 ----, ed. The growth of English overseas trade in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries (London: Methuen, 1969, 196 pp.) (Introduction, pp. 1-63) A36 Newey, R G, `Government intervention in the British merchant service in the nineteenth century', MA thesis, University of Exeter, 1970 A37 Pollard, Sidney, `Shipping and the British economy since 1870: a retrospective view' in EMS 15, pp. 93-103 A38 Quartermaine, Peter, Port architecture: constructing the littoral (Chichester: Academy Editions, 1999, 128 pp.) A39 Rodger, Nicholas A M, 'L'enseignement de l'histoire maritime а l'йtranger, 8: Grande Bretagne', Chronique d'Histoire Maritime, 54 (2004) 12-1 A40 ----, 'History as fiction in the novels of Patrick O'Brian' in Roger S O Tomlin, ed. History and fiction: six essays celebrating the centenary of Sir
Ronald Syme (London: Grime & Selwood, 2005) pp. 86-99 A41 ----, 'Une marine moderne dans un йtat moderne? Le cas de la Grande Bretagne' in Christian Buchet, Jean Meyer and Jean-Pierre Pousou, eds. La puissance maritime (Paris: Presse de l'Universitй de Paris-Sorbonne, 2004) pp. 54552 A42 Starkey, David J, ed. (with Richard Gorski, Sue Milward and Tony Pawlyn), Shipping movements in the ports of the United Kingdom 1871-1913: a statistical profile (University of Exeter Press, 1999, 396 pp.) (Introduction, pp. 131) A43 Starkey, David J, and Jamieson, Alan G, eds. Exploiting the sea: aspects of Britain's maritime economy since 1870 (University of Exeter Press, 1998, 220 pp.) (Introduction pp. 1-6) [EMS 15] A44 Stephens, William B, `The cloth exports of the provincial ports, 1600-1640', Economic History Review, 2nd series, 24 (1969) 228-4 A45 ----, `Further observations on English cloth exports, 1600-1640', Economic History Review, 2nd series, 26 (1971) 253-7 Bi REGIONAL STUDIES: THE SOUTH- WEST PENINSULAR B1 Channon, John, Gill, Crispin, Kennerley, Alston, Redfern, Tony, and Starkey, David J, `Towards the twenty-first century' in NMHD, II, 258-6 B2 Childs, Wendy R, `Devon's overseas trade in the late middle ages' in NMHD, I, 79-8 B3 Clark, Edward A G, `Devon ports and the rhythms of the sea' in NMHD, I, 251-2 B4 ----, `The ports of the Exe estuary 1701-1972' in NMHD, II, 68-77 B5 ----, `Three Exeter pioneers in the Italian trade' in NMHD, I, 242-3 B6 Craig, Robert S [Robin], `Shipowning in the south-west in its national context, 1800-1914' in EPEH 7, pp. 33-48 B7 ----, `Steamship enterprise in Devon, 18521920' in NMHD, II, 91-8
B8 Craig, Robert S [Robin], Greenhill, Basil, Porter, Jeffrey H, and Slade, William J, `Some aspects of the business of Devon shipping in the nineteenth century' in NMHD, II, 99-107 B9 Doe, Helen, An introduction to Cornish maritime history (Redruth: Tor Mark Press, 2006) B10 ----, `Positions, patronage and preference: political influence in Fowey, before 1832' in Philip Payton, ed. Cornish Studies: Twelve (University of Exeter Press, 2005) pp. 249-67 B11 Duffy, Michael, Fisher, Harold E Stephen, Greenhill, Basil, Starkey, David J, and Youings, Joyce A, eds. The new maritime history of Devon, Volume I From early times to the late eighteenth century; Volume II From the late eighteenth century to the present day (London: Conway Maritime Press in association with University of Exeter, 1992, 256 pp., 1994, 272 pp.) B12 Fisher, Harold E Stephen, `Devon's maritime trade and shipping, 1680-1780' in NMHD, I, 23241 B13 ----, `Maritime Devon 1660-1815' in HASWE, pp. 384-7 B14 ----, `A new maritime history of Devon', MM, 71 (1985) 344-8 B15 ----, `The south-west and the Atlantic trades 1660-1770' in EPEH 1, pp. 7-14 B16 Friel, Ian, `Devon shipping from the middle ages to c 1600' in NMHD, I, 73-8 B17 Grant, Alison, Atlantic adventurer: John Delbridge of Barnstaple, 1564-1639 (Instow: the author, 1996, 85 pp.) B18 ----, `Breaking the mould: north Devon maritime enterprise 1560-1640' in Todd Gray, Margery Rowe and Audrey Erskine, eds. Tudor and Stuart Devon: the common estate and government (University of Exeter Press, 1992) pp. 119-40 B19 ----, `Devon shipping, trade and ports, 16001689' in NMHD, I, 130-8 B20 ----, `John Delbridge, a Barnstaple merchant, 1564-1639' in EMS 6, pp. 91-109 B21 ----, `The North Devon pottery industry in the later seventeenth century', PhD thesis, University of Exeter, 1981
B22 ----, North Devon pottery: the seventeenth century (University of Exeter, 1983, 172 pp.) B23 Granville, Rachel, `A study of shipping movements in the port of Plymouth 1660-75', MA thesis, University of Exeter, 2000, 107 pp. * B24 Gray, Todd, `The Duke of Buckingham's survey of south Devon mariners and shipping, 1619' in NMHD, I, 117-18 B25 ----, `Fisheries, exploration, shipping and mariners in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries' in HASWE, pp. 377-83 B26 ----, ed. Early Stuart mariners and shipping: the maritime surveys of Devon and Cornwall, 1619-1635 (Exeter: Devon and Cornwall Record Society, ns, 33, 1990, 198 pp.) B27 Greenhill, Basil, `Epilogue: The new maritime history of Devon and the maritime aspects of history' in NMHD, II, 268 B28 Greenhill, Basil, and Nix, Michael, `North Devon shipping, trade and ports, 1786-1939' in NMHD, II, 48-59 B29 Haines, Michael, `Plymouth shipowning, 1824-55', MA thesis, University of Exeter, 1994, 147 pp. * B30 Higham, Robert A, ed. Security and defence in south-west England before 1800 (University of Exeter, 1987, 107 pp.) B31 Horsley, John E, `Shipping of the port of Dartmouth in the 19th century' in EPEH 1, pp. 4455 B32 Jarman, Ian, `Devon trade with the Baltic area 1784-1795', MA thesis, University of Exeter, 1982, 69 pp.* B33 Kowaleski, Maryanne, `The port towns of fourteenth-century Devon' in NMHD, I, 62-72 B34 Lucking, John, `The south west's other packet station: Weymouth 1794-1845' in EPEH 13, pp. 134 B35 McGrail, Seбn, `From the Ice Age to early medieval times' in NMHD, I, 35-44 B36 Minchinton, Walter E, `Notes on the waterborne trade in paper in Devon' in Peter Bower, ed. The Exeter Papers: proceedings of the British Association of Paper Historians Fifth Conference (Oxford: BAPH and Plough Press, 2001) pp. 75-8
B37 Minchinton, Walter E, and Jarman, Ian, `Baltic trade with Devon 1784-1795', MSW, no. 2 (1986) 18-32. Also published in Walter E Minchinton, ed. Britain and the Northern Seas: some essays (Pontefract: Lofthouse Publications, 1988) pp. 12737 B38 Murch, David F, `Trading vessels of Salcombe Haven, 1820-1890' in EPEH 4, pp. 101-29 B39 Murch, David F, and Murch, Muriel, `Two 19th-century Salcombe master mariners and shipowners', MSW, no. 11 (1998) 145-66 B40 Niering, Francis E, `Andrew Pinson: Dartmouth merchant, ship owner and gentleman farmer, trading to Labrador', MA thesis, University of Exeter, 1999, 99 pp. * B41 Nurse, James, The Nurse family of Bridgwater and their ships (London: Carmania Press, 1999, 36 pp.) B42 Oppenheim, Michael, The maritime history of Devon, edited with an introduction by Walter E Minchinton (University of Exeter, 1968, 175 pp.) B43 Patrick, Amber, `Tamar traffic, 1836-1900' in EPEH 17, pp. 41-78 B44 ----, `Tamar traffic in the nineteenth century' in NMHD, II, 60-7 B45 ----, `The trade and shipping of Morwellham in the nineteenth century' in EPEH 13, pp. 35-52 B46 Pawlyn, Tony, `Shipping in the port of Penzance, 1786-1823' in EPEH 16, pp. 34-48 B47 Pollitt, Ronald, `Devon and the French and Spanish Wars' in NMHD, I, 108-14 B48 Pope, Peter, `Excavations at Ferryland [Newfoundland]' in NMHD, I, 172 B49 Porter, Mark, `Devon's port industry since 1914' in NMHD, II, 235-42 B50 Redfearn, John, `Trevaunance Cove: the harbour and its shipping, 1632 to recent times' in EPEH 16, pp. 1-33 B51 Robotham, D J, `Population change in Britain, 1600-1841; the example of Topsham, Devon', MA thesis, University of Exeter, 1973 B52 Smith, Derek F, `The Port of Exeter 1700 to 1850', MA thesis, University of Exeter, 2005, 62 pp. *
B53 Starkey, David J, `Devonians and the Newfoundland trade' in NMHD, I, 163-71 B54 ----, `Growth and transition in Britain's maritime economy, 1870-1914: the case of southwest England' in EMS 15, pp. 7-36 B55 ----, `The ports, seaborne trade and shipping industry of south Devon, 1786-1914' in NMHD, II, 32-47 B56 ----, `Sea-borne trade, fishing and marine recreation since 1800' in HASWE, pp. 388-99 B57 ----, `Towards the twenty-first century' in NMHD, II, 258-67 B58 ----, ed. Devon's coastline and coastal waters: aspects of man's relationship with the sea (University of Exeter Press, 1988, 85 pp.) [EMS 3] B59 Stengelhofen, John, `The National Maritime Museum in the south-west', MSW, no. 2 (1986) 3946 B60 Stephens, William B, `English wine imports, c 1603-40, with special reference to Devon ports' in Gray et al., eds. Tudor and Stuart Devon [see B18], pp. 141-72 B61 Trethowan, David M, `Porthleven harbour: its commercial growth and decline, 1811-1958' in EPEH 4, pp. 67-96 plus discussion pp. 97-9 B62 ----, `The rise and decline of Porthleven harbour 1810-1960', MA thesis, University of Exeter, 1972 B63 Ward-Jackson, Cyril H, Ships and shipbuilders of a westcountry seaport: Fowey 1786-1979 (Truro: Twelveheads Press, 1986, 130 pp.) B64 ----, `Ships of the port of Fowey at the turn of the 18th century' in EPEH 4, pp. 32-66 B65 Whetter, James C A, `The rise of the port of Falmouth 1600-1800' in EPEH 4, pp. 1-28 plus discussion pp. 29-30 B66 Wright, D, `The present position and economic future of the small ports of the south west', MA thesis, University of Exeter, 1965 B67 Youings, Joyce A, `Raleigh's country and the sea', Proceedings of the British Academy, 75 (1989) 267-90
B68 ----, `Tudor Barnstaple: new life for an ancient borough', Transactions of the Devonshire Association, 121 (1989) 1-14 B69 ---- (with Peter W Cornford), `Seafaring and maritime trade in sixteenth-century Devon' in NMHD, I, 98-107 Bii REGIONAL STUDIES: OTHER BRITISH B70 Cane, Graham R, `The trade between Bristol and Ireland, 1791-1793', MA thesis, University of Exeter, 1976, 133 pp. B71 Cook, John P F H, `Liverpool's import trade from the Mediterranean 1820-1850', MA thesis, University of Exeter, 1998, 73 pp. * B72 French, Christopher J, `The trade and shipping of the port of London, 1700-1776', PhD thesis, University of Exeter, 1980, 413 pp. B73 Hussey, David, Coastal and river trade in preindustrial England: Bristol and its region 16801730 (University of Exeter Press, 2000, 300 pp.) B74 Merrett, Colin, `The trades between Bristol and northern Europe, 1770-1780', MA thesis, University of Exeter, 1974, 100 pp. B75 Minchinton, Walter E, `Bristol's trade with the West Indies and South America, 1780-1830', Rivista di Storia Economica, 2nd series, 4 (1987) International Issue, pp. 54-75 B76 ----, `The merchants of Bristol in the eighteenth century' in Sociйtйs et groupes sociaux en Aquitaine et en Angleterre (Bordeaux: Fedйration Historique du Sud-Ouest, 1979) pp. 185-200 B77 ----, `The political activities of Bristol merchants with respect to the southern colonies before the Revolution', Virginia Magazine of History and Biography, 79 (1971) 167-89 B78 ----, The port of Bristol in the eighteenth century (Bristol Branch of the Historical Association, 1962, 24 pp); reprinted in Patrick McGrath, ed. Bristol in the eighteenth century (Newton Abbot : David & Charles, 1972) pp. 12760 B79 ----, `The Stamp Act crisis: Bristol and Virginia', Virginia Magazine of History and Biography, 73 (1965) 145-55
B80 ----, `Trade, transport and communications' in John S Moore, ed. Avon Local History handbook (Chichester: Phillimore, 1979) pp. 37-45, 117-19 B81 ----, ed. Politics and the port of Bristol in the eighteenth century (Bristol Record Society, vol. XXIII, 1963, 225 pp.) (Introduction pp. xi-xxxviii) B82 ----, ed. The trade of Bristol in the eighteenth century (Bristol Record Society, vol. XX, 1957, 210 pp.) (Introduction pp. ix-xxv) B83 Minchinton, Walter E, and Bird, James, `The role of ports: two British contributions' in Michel Mollat et al. eds. Le pouvoir central et les villes en Europe de l'est et du sud-est du XVe siиcle aux dйbuts de la rйvolution industrielle & Les villes portuaires (Sofia: Editions de l'Academie Bulgare des Sciences, 1985) pp. 246-54 B84 Penrose, David G, `The trade of the port of Ipswich 1660-1730', MA thesis, University of Exeter, 1973 * B85 Pickering, Joanne, `The Bristol-American export trade 1773-75', MA thesis, University of Exeter, 1983, 120 pp. B86 Wordsworth, Alan, `The import trade of Bristol 1768-70 with particular regard to the American colonial and West Indian trades', MA thesis, University of Exeter, 1981, 85 pp. Biii REGIONAL STUDIES: OVERSEAS B87 Black, Jeremy, `The Russian Black Sea littoral in 1791: a memorandum on commercial opportunities', Archives, 22 (1996) 121-9 B88 Clark, Edward A G, `"The spirit of private adventure": British merchants and the establishment of new ports and trades in the Cape of Good Hope, 1795-1840' in EMS 6, pp. 111-30 B89 Craig, Robert S [Robin], `British shipping and British North American shipbuilding in the early 19th century, with special reference to Prince Edward Island' in EPEH 1, pp. 21-37, 43; see also Frederick M M Lewes, `A note on R S Craig's figures', pp. 39-42 B90 Fisher, Harold E Stephen, `Lisbon as a port town in the eighteenth century' in EMS 2, pp. 9-36 B91 ----, `Lisbon, its English merchant community and the Mediterranean in the eighteenth century' in Philip L Cottrell and Derek H Aldcroft, eds. Shipping, trade and commerce: essays in memory
of Ralph Davis (Leicester University Press, 1981) pp. 23-44 B92 ----, The Portugal trade: a study of AngloPortuguese commerce, 1700-70 (London: Methuen, 1971, 188 pp.) B93 Greenhill, Basil, `Westcountrymen in Prince Edward's Isle' in EPEH 1, pp. 15-19 B94 Greenhill, Basil, and Hackman, John, The grain races: the Baltic background (London: Conway Maritime Press, 1986, 190 pp.) B95 Greenhill, Robert G, `British shipping and Latin America 1840-1930: the Royal Mail Steam Packet Company', PhD thesis, University of Exeter, 1971 B96 Hamff, James E, `The development of the port city of Charleston, South Carolina, 1670-1760 with particular reference to its mid-18th century shipping and trade', MA thesis, University of Exeter, 2002, 121 pp. * B97 Jamieson, Alan, `British OSV companies in the North Sea, 1964-1997', Maritime Policy and Management, 25 (1998) 305-12 B98 Minchinton, Walter E, `Britain and Madeira to 1914' in Actas do Primeiro Colуquio Internacional de Histуria da Madeira 1986 (Funchal, 1989) pp. 498-521 B99 ----, `The British market for timber from northern Europe since the 1860s' in The Baltic as a trade road: timber trade in the Baltic area: competition between steam and sails (Kotka, Finland: Provincial Museum of Kymenlaakso Publication no. 16, c 1990) pp. 83-117 B100 ----, `British residents and their problems in Madeira before 1815' in Actas do II Colуquio Internacional de Histуria da Madeira (Funchal, 1989 [1990]) pp. 477-92 B101 ----, `The Canaries as ports of call', American Neptune, 46 (1986) 100-10. Also published in VI Coloquio de Historia Canario-Americana (1984) (3 vols. Las Palmas, 1986) III, 273-99 B102 ----, `The Canaries in the British trading world of the eighteenth century' in Francisco Morales Padron, ed. IX Coloquio de Historia Canario-Americana (1990) (2 vols. Las Palmas, 1992-3) II, 673-95
B103 ----, `The economic relations between metropolitan countries and the Caribbean: some problems', Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, no. 292 (July 1977) 567-80 B104 ----, `Richard Champion, Nicholas Pocock and the Carolina trade', South Carolina Historical Magazine, 65 (1964) 87-97. Also note, 70 (1969) 97-103 B105 ----, `The role of the British South Atlantic Islands in sea-borne commerce in the nineteenth century' in V Coloquio de Historia CanarioAmericana (1982) Coloquio Internacial de Historia Maritima (4 vols. Las Palmas, 1986) IV, 543-76 B106 ----, `Silas Deane and Lord Sheffield's "Observations on American commerce" ', Revista da Universidade de Coimbra, 28 (1980) 83-98 B107 Minchinton, Walter E, and Starkey, David J, `British shipping, the Netherlands and the Baltic 1784-1795' in The interactions of Amsterdam and Antwerp with the Baltic region 1400-1800 (Leiden: Martinus Nijhoff, 1983) pp. 181-91 B108 Ward, Robin, `A surviving charter-party of 1323', MM, 81 (1995) 387-401; also note 82 (1996) 483-4 B109 Willey, Christopher P A, `British shipping trading to southern Europe and the Mediterranean 1775-83', MA thesis, University of Exeter, 1975, 103 pp. C THE SLAVE TRADE C1 Atkinson, Michael, `The English slave trade, 1689-1739', MA thesis, University of Exeter, 1974, 75 pp. C2 Dancey, Roger M, `Shipping in the Jamaica slave trade, 1686-1807', MA thesis, University of Exeter, 1971, 81 pp. C3 French, Christopher J, `The role of London in the Atlantic slave trade, 1680-1776', MA thesis, University of Exeter, 1970, 70 pp. C4 Gould, John J, `Liverpool and the Western African slave trade from 1720 to 1769', MA thesis, University of Exeter, 1972, 81 pp. C5 Hobbs, Philip, `The slave trade to the British West Indies, 1784-1808', MA thesis, University of Exeter, 1971, 67 pp.
C6 Lamb, Derek P, `The English Atlantic slave trade in its final phase, from the early 1770s to 1807', MA thesis, University of Exeter, 1974, 112 pp. C7 ----, `Re-landing and trans-shipping of slaves by British vessels in the 1790s: a note', Business History, 20 (1978) 100-4 C8 ----, `Volume and tonnage of the Liverpool slave trade 1772-1807' in Roger Anstey and Paul E H Hair, ed. Liverpool, the African slave trade and abolition: essays to illustrate current knowledge and research (Historic Society of Lancashire and Cheshire Occasional Series volume 2, 1976) pp. 90-112 C9 Minchinton, Walter E, `Abolicion y emancipacion: historiografia Britanica desde 1975' in Francisco de Solano and Agustнn Guimerб, ed. Esclavitud y derechos humanos: la lucha por la libertad del negro en el siglo XIX (Madrid: Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Cientificas Centro de Estudios Historicos, 1990) pp. 531-51 C10 ----, `Abolition and emancipation: Williams, Drescher and the continuing debate' in Roderick A McDonald, ed. West Indies accounts: essays on the history of the British Caribbean in honour of Richard Sheridan (Jamaica: Press University of the West Indies, 1996) pp. 253-73 C11 ----, `The British slave fleet 1680-1775: the evidence of the naval office shipping lists' in Serge Daget, ed. De la traite а l'esclavage: actes du Colloque International sur la traite des noirs, Nantes, 1985 (2 vols. Nantes: Centre de Recherche sur l'Histoire du Monde Atlantique, Sociйtй Franзaise d'Histoire d'Outre-Mer, 1988) I, 395-427 C12 ----, `Characteristics of British vessels carrying slaves to the American colonies 1698-1775' in Clark G Reynolds, ed. Global crossroads and the American seas (Missoula, MO: Pictorial Histories Publishing Company, 1988) pp. 33-51. Also published in Journal of Interdisclipinary History, 20 (1989) 53-81 C13 ----, `A comment on "The slave trade to colonial South Carolina: a profile" ', South Carolina Historical Magazine, 95 (1994) 47-57 C14 ----, `The seaborne slave trade of North Carolina', North Carolina Historical Review, 71 (1994) 1-61 C15 ----, `The slave trade of Bristol with the British mainland colonies in North America 1699-1770' in
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C17 ----, `Williams and Drescher: abolition and emancipation', Slavery & Abolition, 4 (1983) 81105
C18 Minchinton, Walter E, and Emmer, Pieter C, `The Atlantic slave trade: new approaches: an introduction', Revue Franзaise d'Histoire d'Outre-Mer, 62 (1975) 11-18
C19 Minchinton, Walter E, King, Celia M, and Waite, Peter, Virginia slave-trade statistics 16981775 (Richmond, VA: Virginia State Library, 1984, 218 pp.)
C20 Mtubani, Victor C D, `Slavery and the slave trade in English poetry to 1833', PhD thesis, University of Exeter, 1980
C21 Rees, D Gareth, `The role of Bristol in the Atlantic slave trade, 1710-1769', MA thesis, University of Exeter, 1970, 91 pp.
C22 Waite, Peter, `The English and Englishcolonial trade in slaves to Virginia, 1698-1769', MA thesis, University of Exeter, 1973, 102 pp.
D1 Andrews, Kenneth R, `Elizabethan privateering' in Youings, ed. Raleigh in Exeter [H9], pp. 1-20
D2 Appleby, John C, `Devon privateering from early times to 1688' in NMHD, I, 90-7
D3 Barton, Rosalie, `British privateering during the French Revolutionary Wars 1793-1800', MA thesis, University of Exeter, 1980, 60 pp.
D4 Brown, John W, `British privateering during the Seven Years' War, 1756-1763', MA thesis, University of Exeter, 1978, 123 pp.
D5 Davies, Charles E, The blood-red Arab flag: an investigation into Qasimi piracy, 1797-1820 (University of Exeter Press, 1997, 474 pp.)
D6 Elliott, Colin, `Some transactions of a Dartmouth privateer during the French Wars at the end of the eighteenth century' in EPEH 17, pp. 1940 D7 Graham, Eric J, `Privateering: the Scottish experience, 1660-1808', MA thesis, University of Exeter, 1979, 108 pp. D8 Gray, Todd, `Turkish piracy and early Stuart Devon', Transactions of the Devonshire Association, 121 (1989) 159-71 D9 ----, `Turks, Moors and the Cornish fishermen: piracy in the early seventeenth century', Journal of the Royal Institution of Cornwall, ns, 10 (1990) 457-75 D10 Meyer, William R, `English privateering in the war of 1688 to 1697', MM, 67 (1981) 259-72 D11 ----, `English privateering in the War of the Spanish Succession', MM, 69 (1983) 435-46 D12 ----, `Mascall's privateers', Achaeologia Cantiana, 95 (1980 for 1979) 213-21 D13 ----, `The scale of English privateering in the wars of William and Mary', MA thesis, University of Exeter, 1979, 307 pp. D14 Minchinton, Walter E, `Piracy and privateering in the Atlantic 1713-76' in Commission Internationale d'Histoire Maritime, Course et piraterie (2 vols. Paris: Institut de Recherche et d'Histoire des Textes, 1975) I, 299330 D15 Minchinton, Walter E, and Starkey, David J, `Characteristics of privateers operating from the British Isles against America 1777-1783' in Timothy J Runyan, ed. Ships, seafaring and society: essays in maritime history (Detriot, MI: Wayne State University Press, 1987) pp. 251-74 D16 Starkey, David J, `British privateering, 17021783: with particular reference to London', PhD thesis, University of Exeter, 1985, 416 pp. D17 ----, `British privateering against the Dutch in the American Revolutionary War, 1780-1783' in EPEH 17, pp. 1-17 D18 ----, British privateering enterprise in the eighteenth century (University of Exeter Press, 1990, 344 pp.)
D19 ----, `The economic and military significance of British privateering, 1702-83', Journal of Transport History, 3rd series, 9 (1988) 50-59 D20 ----, `Liverpool privateering, 1702-1783', MA thesis, University of Exeter, 1979, 124 pp. D21 ----, `A note on the privateering career of the "King George", 1779', DCNQ, 35 (1982-86) 365-8 D22 ----, 'The origins and regulation of eighteenthcentury British privateering' in Tony Barrow, ed. Pressgangs and privateers (Whitley Bay: Bewick Press, 1993) pp. 40-51; reprinted in C R Pennell, ed. Bandits at sea: a pirates reader (New York University Press, 2001) pp. 69-81 D23 ----, `Pirates and markets' in Lewis R Fischer, ed. The market for seamen in the age of sail (St John's, Newfoundland: IMEHA, 1994) pp. 1-21; reprinted in Pennell, ed. Bandits at sea [see D22], pp. 107-24 D24 ----, `Privateering enterprise in Devon, 16891815' in NMHD, I, 224-31 D25 ----, `A restless spirit: British privateering enterprise, 1739-1815' in EMS 12, pp. 126-40; reprinted translated into Greek in Gelina Harlaftis, ed. Historia kai nautilia: 16os-20os ainas (Athens: Ekdoseis Stachy, 2001) pp. 179-94 D26 Starkey, David J, and Payne, K, `"Tarred with the same brush?" Pirates and privateersmen, 15601856', Ten Den Zen: Jahrbuch IX (Bremen: Ьbersee-Museum, 2001) pp. 51-68 D27 Starkey, David J, and Raban, Peter, `London capitalists, Channel Island seafarers and Devon's private ships-of-war, 1739-49', DCNQ, 36 (198791) 351-4 D28 Starkey, David J, van Heslinga, Els van Eyck, and Moor, J A de, eds. Pirates and privateers: new perspectives on war on trade in the 18th and 19th centuries (University of Exeter Press, 1997, 268 pp.) (Introduction, pp. 1-9) [EMS 12] E FISHERIES E1 Barrell, Simon Lee, `Aspects of the Colne oyster fishery 1780-1807', MA thesis, University of Exeter, 2004, 65 pp. * E2 Barrow, Tony, `The crewing of Arctic whaling vessels in the eighteenth century: the evidence of the Shields muster rolls' in EMS 2, pp. 93-110
E3 Cooper, N, and Whitmarsh, David J, Production and prices in the English herring industry 19001944 (University of Portsmouth Centre for the Economics and Management of Aquatic Resources, 1993) E4 Gray, Todd, `Devon's coastal and overseas fisheries and New England migration, 1597-1642', PhD thesis, University of Exeter, 1988, 370 pp. E5 ----, `Devon's fisheries and early-Stuart northern New England' in NMHD, I, 139-44 E6 ----, `Fisheries to the east and to the west' in Starkey et al. ed. England's sea fisheries [E21], pp. 96-100 E7 ----, `Fishing and the commercial world of early Stuart Dartmouth' in Gray et al. eds. Tudor and Stuart Devon [see B18], pp. 173-99 E8 ----, `Inshore fisheries of the south west c 15301630' in Starkey et al. ed. England's sea fisheries [E21], pp. 82-5 E9 ----, `Richmond Island: an early-Stuart Devon fishing station in the Gulf of Maine' in NMHD, I, 145-6 E10 Kennerley, Alston, `Frank Thomas Bullen, 1857-1915: whaling and non-fiction maritime literature', American Neptune, 56 (1996) 353-70 [see also Q45-Q47] E11 Minchinton, Walter E, `London fisheries in the eighteenth century' in Poul Holm, Olaf Janzen and Jуn Thуr, eds. Northern Seas Yearbook 1995 (Esbjerg: Fiskeri- og Sшfartsmuseets Studieserie no. 5, 1995) pp. 33-50 E12 Northway, Anthony M, `The Devon fishing industry, 1760-1860', MA thesis, University of Exeter, 1969, 254 pp. E13 ----, `The Devon fishing industry in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries' in NMHD, II, 126-35 E14 ----, `Devon fishing vessels and their ownership, 1760-1880' in EPEH 7, pp. 23-31 E15 Porter, Jeffrey H, `The Exe Bight Oyster Fishery and Pier Company 1864-1872', DCNQ, 35 (1982-86) 357-63 E16 ----, `Net fishermen and the salmon laws: conflict in late-Victorian Devon' in Barry
Stapleton, ed. Conflict and community in southern England: essays in the social history of rural and urban labour from medieval to modern times (Stroud: Sutton, 1992) pp. 240-50
E17 ----, `Teign oyster beds', DCNQ, 35 (1982-86) 174-80
E18 Porter, Mark, `Devon's fishing industry, 18801990' in NMHD, II, 243-9
E19 Robinson, Robb, `The development of the British distant-water trawling industry, 1880-1939' in EMS 15, pp. 148-66
E20 ----, Trawling: the rise and fall of the British trawl fishery (University of Exeter Press, 1996, 280 pp.)
E21 Starkey, David J, Reid, Chris, and Ashcroft, Neil, eds. England's sea fisheries: the commercial sea fisheries of England and Wales since 1300 (London: Chatham Publishing, 2000, 288 pp.)
E22 Whitmarsh, David J, `Adaptation and change in the fishing industry since the 1970s' in Starkey et al. ed. England's sea fisheries [E21], pp. 227-34
E23 ----, Stern trawling: a case study in technological change (University of Portsmouth Centre for Marine Resource Economics, 1978, 21 pp.)
E24 ----, Technological change and marine fisheries development (University of Portsmouth Centre for Marine Resource Economics, 1989)
E25 ----, `Technological change in the UK fishing industry', MA thesis, University of Exeter, 1977
E26 Whitmarsh, David J, Dunn, Matthew R, and Gulvin, C, Technical progress in fisheries: the UK herring industry since 1919 (Economic and Social Research Council, no date)
F1 Bouquet, Michael, `Passengers from Torquay: emigration to North America, 1849-1859' in EPEH 4, pp. 131-47 plus discussion p. 148
F2 Brayshay, Mark, `The emigration trade in nineteenth-century Devon' in NMHD, II, 108-18
F3 Giffard, Ann, `Emigration ­ the human dimension' in NMHD, II, 119-25
F4 Gill, Crispin, `Ocean liners at Plymouth' in NMHD, II, 226-34 F5 Grant, Alison, `Emigration from Devon in the seventeenth century' in NMHD, I, 147-52 F6 Morgan, Kenneth, `Convict transportation from Devon to America' in NMHD, I, 153-4 F7 Payton, Philip, `Cornish emigration in response to changes in the international copper market in the 1860s' in Philip Payton, ed. Cornish Studies: Three (University of Exeter Press, 1995) pp. 60-82 F8 -----, `Reforming thirties and hungry forties: the genesis of Cornwall's emigration trade' in Philip Payton, ed. Cornish Studies: Four (University of Exeter Press, 1996) pp. 107-27 G EXPLORATION, CARTOGRAPHY, NAVIGATION AND MARINE SCIENCE G1 Anderson, John L, `Prince William's descent upon Devon, 1688: the environmental constraints' in EMS 2, pp. 37-55 G2 ----, `Prince William's landing in Torbay' in NMHD, I, 180-1 G3 Bailey, David M, `Some contributions of Nevil Maskelyne and his contemporaries to the solution of navigational problems, 1761-1811: including revaluation of their position finding by computeraided methods', MA thesis, University of Exeter, 1996, 95 pp. * G4 Carr, Alan P, `The environmental background' in NMHD, I, 17-24 G5 ----, `The implications of the tidal range' in EMS 3, pp. 25-31 G6 Cock, Randolph, `Precursors of Cook: the voyages of the Dolphin, 1764-8', MM, 85 (1999) 30-52 G7 ----, `The voyages of the Dolphin (1764-68) as precursors of Cook's voyages of exploration', MA thesis, University of Exeter, 1997, 54 pp. * G8 Deacon, Margaret, `British governmental attitudes to marine science' in EMS 9, pp. 11-35 G9 Friel, Ian, `The three-masted ship and Atlantic voyages' in Youings, ed. Raleigh in Exeter [H9], pp. 21-37
G10 Hicks, Robert D, `The ideology of maritime museums, with particular reference to the interpretation of early modern navigation', PhD thesis, University of Exeter, 2000, 320 pp. G11 Kennerley, Alston, and Seymour, Percy, `Aids to the teaching of nautical astronomy and its history from 1600', Paedogogica Historica, 36 (2000) 151-75 G12 Latham, Agnes M C, and Youings, Joyce A, eds. The letters of Sir Walter Ralegh (University of Exeter Press, 1999, 466 pp.) G13 Lee, Martin, `A square rig voyage around the west country in 1948', SWS, no. 44 (Feb 1999) 2835 G14 Minchinton, Walter E, `The British and the discovery of America', MSW, no. 8 (1995) 129-43 G15 Quinn, David Beers, `The lost colonies' in Youings, ed. Raleigh in Exeter [H9], pp. 59-71 G16 Ravenhill, William L D, `The Lizard as a landfall', Journal of Navigation, 35 (1982) 75-89 G17 ----, `The marine cartography of Devon in the context of south-west England' in EMS 3, pp. 5-23 G18 ----, `The marine cartography of south-west England from Elizabethan to modern times' in NMHD, I, 155-62 G19 Scheiber, Harry N, `Modern US Pacific oceanography and the legacy of British and Northern European science' in EMS 9, pp. 36-75 G20 Southward, Alan J, and Boalch, Gerald T, `The effect of changing climate on marine life: past events and future predictions' in EMS 9, pp. 10143 G21 ----, `The marine resources of Devon's coastal waters' in NMHD, I, 51-61 G22 Southward, Alan J, Boalch, Gerald T, and Maddock, Linda, `Climatic change and the herring and pilchard fisheries of Devon and Cornwall' in EMS 3, pp. 33-57 G23 Stimson, Alan, `History of navigation' in NMHD, I, 25-31 G24 Turk, Stella M, `Cornish and Scillonian marine studies, past and present' in EMS 9, pp. 76100
G25 Youings, Joyce A, `Three Devon-born Tudor navigators' in NMHD, I, 32-4
H1 Bickerstaff, Christine L, `Attitudes towards colonization in Stuart England', MA thesis, University of Exeter, 1986, 69 pp.
H2 Black, Jeremy, The British seaborne empire (New Haven: Yale University Press, 2004, 432 pp.)
H3 Duffy, Michael, `Contested empires, 17561815' in Paul Langford, ed. The eighteenth century 1688-1930 (Cambridge University Press, 2002) pp. 213-44
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H5 Rodger, Nicholas A M, `Guns and sails in the first phase of English colonization, 1500-1650' in Nicholas Canny, ed. The Oxford History of the British Empire, vol. I The origins of empire (Oxford University Press, 1998) pp. 79-98
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H8 Youings, Joyce A, `Did Raleigh's England need colonies?' in Youings, ed. Raleigh in Exeter [H9], pp. 39-57
H9 ----, ed. Raleigh in Exeter 1985: privateering and colonisation in the reign of Elizabeth I: papers delivered at a conference at Exeter University on 3-4 May 1985 to mark the four hundredth anniversary of the first attempt to settle English people in America (University of Exeter, 1985, 128 pp.)
J1 Al-Timimi, Walid A, `A study of technological changes in sea transportation', PhD thesis, University of Exeter, 1974
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Journal of Family and Community History, 4 (2001) 59-72 J17 ----, `Shipbuilders and the community: Polruan, Cornwall, 1841-1871', MSW, no. 11 (1998) 83-96 J18 ----, `Small shipbuilding businesses during the Napoleonic Wars: James Dunn of Mevagissy 1799 to 1816', MA thesis, University of Exeter, 2003, 95 pp. * J19 ----, `The smuggler's shipbuilder', MM, 92 (2006) forthcoming J20 Ferguson, Peter, `The Goss family ­ north Devon shipwrights', MSW, no. 17 (2004) 121-50 J21 French, Christopher J, `Eighteenth century shipping tonnage measurements', Journal of Economic History, 33 (1973) 434-43 J22 Greenhill, Basil, The evolution of the wooden ship (London: Batsford, 1988, 224 pp.) J23 ----, `An introduction: the development of screw-propulsion for steam vessels' in EMS 6, pp. 37-41 J24 ----, `The iron and steel sailing ship' in Gardiner et al. eds. Sail's last century [A17], pp. 74-97 J25 ----, `The merchant sailing vessel in the twentieth century' in Gardiner et al. eds. Sail's last century [A17], pp. 98-117 J26 ----, `Steam before the screw' in Gardiner et al. eds. Sail's last century [A17], pp. 11-27 J27 Greenhill, Basil, and Allington, Peter, `Sail assist and the steamship' in Gardiner et al. eds. The advent of steam [A16], pp. 146-55 J28 Greenhill, Basil, and Morrison, John S, The archaeology of boats & ships: an introduction (London: Conway Maritime Press, 1995, 288 pp.) J29 Greenwood, Jeremy J, `The New Forest and the Navy: timber supplies to Portsmouth Dockyard, 1660-1790', MA thesis, University of Exeter, 2004, 114 pp. * J30 Hamilton-Smith, Keith, and Corlett, Ewan, `Some possible technical features of a Salamis Trieres' in EMS 6, pp. 9-36 J31 Hilditch, Peter, `The decline of British shipbuilding since the Second World War' in EMS 2, pp. 129-42
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Wallace, Janice I, N140 Walton, John K, P32 Walton, Oliver C, N40, N141-N143 Ward, Charles J, J47 Ward, Peter A, N101 Ward, Robin, B108 Ward-Jackson, Cyril H, B63-B64 Wareham, Thomas N R, N144-N147, Q69- Q73 Webb, Adrian J, N102 Weir, Philip A, N41 Wheeler, Alasdair R, N103 Whetter, James C A, B65 Whitmarsh, David J, E3, E22-E26 Willey, Christopher P A, B109 Williams, Allan, P22-P23 Williams, David M, L32, Q74, R16 Williams, Michael, M8 Willis, Sam B A, N42-N44, N148 Wordsworth, Alan, B86 Wright, D, B66 Youings, Joyce A, B11, B67-B69, G12, G25, H8-H9, N10
Addington, Henry, 1st Viscount Sidmouth (17571844), N66 Admiralty, N82 High Court, R1 Anderson, Arthur (1792-1868), Q33 Anson, George, Baron Anson (1697-1762), N82, Q58, Q61 apprenticeship, L17, L37 Arab piracy, D5, D8-D9 Arctic, E2 Arctic convoys, N79 Armada, B47, N104, N127 Asia, A23 astronomy, G11 Atlantic, A2, A15, A34, B15, B17, D14, G9, N86, N99 Australia, N1-N2, N12, N63 aviation, N18, N41 Bagg, Sir James (1592-1638), Q68 Baillie, Thomas (c 1725-1802), Q3 Balfour, Alexander (1824-1886), Q25 Ballard, George Alexander (1862-1948), Q59 Baltic, A4, B32, B37, B94, B99, B107, R12 Barnstaple, B17, B20, B68 Barrington, Samuel (1729-1800), Q34 Bates, Sir Percy Elly (1879-1946), Q35 Batey, John Thomas (1862-1951), Q36 battles, N52-N53, N62, N64, N84, N91 Bentinck, John Albert (1737-75), Q4 Black Sea, B87, L22 blacksmiths, J12 blockmakers, J12 Bonaparte, Napoleon (1769-1821), N54 Booth, Alfred (1834-1914), Q26 Boscowan, Admiral Edward (1711-61), N21 Bowsher, John, J4 Boys, William (1700-74), Q60 Brest, N85-N86
Bridgwater, B41 Bristol, B70, B73-B82, B85-B86, C15, C21, K22, N102 Bristol Channel, K20, N94 British Tanker Company, L37 Brixham, K4 brokers, J12 Brown, Captain Robert (c 1814-64), K7 Buckingham, James Silk (1786-1855), Q74 Bude, K2 Bullen, Frank Thomas (1857-1915), E10, Q45-Q47 Byron, John (1723-1786), Q37 Caernarvon Report, N80 Canary Islands, B101-B102 Cape of Good Hope, B88 cargo handling, L41 Caribbean, B103 cartography, G17-G18 Cayzer, Anthony Rathborne (1920-90), Q23 Champion, Richard (1743-91), B104 Channel Fleet, N5, N85 Channel Islands, D27 chaplains, naval, N122, N137 Charles II (1630-85), N38 Charleston, SC, B96 charter-party, B108 chartered companies, A30 Chatham, Q67 China Seas, A20, A27 Cinque Ports, N25 Clayton, Captain Francis Starkie (1840-1913), N1- N2, N12 climate change, G20, G22 cloth trade, A44-A45 coastal defences, N107, N110 coastal trade, A1, B73, K17 Coastguard, M4, M6
Cockburn, Admiral Sir George (1772-1853), N14, Q51 Colne, river, E1 colonisation, G15, H1-H9 convoys, N57, N79 Cook, Captain James (1728-79), G6-G7 copper sheathing, J11, J38 Cornwall, B9, B26, D9, F7-F8, G22, G24, J8, J17, K3, N21, P24 Cosby, Phillips (1729/30-1808), Q5 crimps, L1 Custom House, R4 Dacres, James Richard (1749-1810), Q69 Dartmouth, B31, B40, D6, E7 Dawlish Warren, P20 Deane, Silas (1737-89), B106 Delagoa Bay, N95 Delbridge, John (1564-1639), B17, B20 Denmark, J39 Devon, B2-B3, B7-B8, B11-B14, B16, B18-B19, B21-B22, B24, B26-B28, B32-B33, B35-B37, B42, B47, B49, B53, B55, B57-B58, B60, B67, B69, D2, D8, D24, D27, E4-E5, E9, E12-E14, E16, E18, F2, F5-F6, G1, G17, G21-G22, G25, J20, J41, K16, L36, M2-M3, M5-M7, N3, N35, N55, N71, N110, N131, N133, P2, P8-P9, P14P15, P18, P27, P29-P31, R3, R6, R9, R13-R15 Devonport, J34, N105, P5, P11 Dieppe, N103 discipline, N121, N125 diving, A5 Doxford, Sir William Theodore (1841-1916), Q38 Dummer, Edmund (1651-1713), N109 Dunn, James (1755-1842), J13, J18 East Indies Command, N101 education, G11, L8-L11, L13-L16, L18-L19, L21, L27, L37, N129-N131, N138, R8 Egypt, N54, N101 Elizabeth I (1533-1603), N28
Ellerman, Sir John (1862-1933), A3 emigration, see migration empire, H2-H4, H6-H7 employment, E2, L30, N36 engineers, L10, L12, L28, L40, N129, N142-N143 English Channel, N96 environmental conditions, G1, G4, P3, P27 Europe, A34, B74, B99, B109, N20, N61, P32 Exe Bight Oyster Fishery and Pier Company, E15 Exe estuary, B4 Exeter, B5, B52 Exmouth, M1 exploration, B25, G6-G7, G14, Q74 Falmouth, B65 Faulknor, Robert (1763-95), Q70 Ferrol, N86 Ferryland, Newfoundland, B48 figureheads, K18-K19 Finland, N65 Fisher, Admiral Sir William (1875-1937), N17 fisheries, B25, B56, E1-E26, G21, N139 herring, E3, E26, G22 oyster, E1, E15, E17 pilchard, G22 salmon, E16 Fleet Air Arm, N41 Foley, Sir Thomas (1757-1833), Q71 forts, Palmerston, N116-N117 Fowey, B10, B63-B64, J12 Freeman, William Peere Williams- (1742-1832), Q6 Froude, William (1810-79), J46 Fryatt, Captain Charles Algernon (1871-1916), N124 Gashry, Francis (1702-62), Q7 geography, N32 Gore, John (1729/30?-90), Q8 Goss family, J20
government, A36, G8, J32, L5, L8, L19, N13, N15, N81 gunnery, H5, N88 Harrison, John (fl. 1762-81), Q9 Hills, Arnold Frank (1857-1927), Q39 Hobart, N2 Holroyd, John Baker, 1st Earl of Sheffield (1741- 1821), B106 Hood, Alexander, Viscount Bridport (1726-1814), Q52 Hood, Samuel, first Viscount Hood (1724-1816), Q21 Hood, Sir Samuel (1762-1814), Q22 hospitals and hospital ships, N111-N113 Hull, A3 Ilfracombe, P13, P15 illiteracy, L31 Inchcape, Earl of, see Mackay, James Lyle Inman, William (1825-81), Q40 invasion, Norman, N92 Ipswich, B84 Ireland, B70 Italy, B5 Jamaica, C2 Jervois, Sir William Francis Drummond (d 1897), N115 Johnston, Edward (1804-76), Q27 Johnstone, Commodore George, Q2 Jutland, Battle of, N64 Labrador, B40 Larmour, John (c 1764-1807), Q72 leadership, N76 Lisbon, A8, B90-B91 literature, A40, C20, E10 Liverpool, B71, C4, C8, D20, L13 Lizard, G16 London, B72, C3, D16, D27, E11, L20 Lynmouth, P28 Lynton, P28
Mackay, James Lyle, Earl of Inchcape (18521932), A25-A26 Madeira, B98, B100 Malta, L4, N113 Manila, N100 marine science, G8, G19-G20, G24 Mascall, John (fl. 1700), D12 Maskelyne, Nevil (1732-1811), G3 May, Sir William (1849-1930), Q44 Mayhew, Henry (1812-87), L32 medicine, N22; see also hospitals, nursing Mediterranean, B71, B91, B109, K15, L22, N48, N113, P7 merchants, A25, B40, B76-B77, B88, B91 Mevagissy, J13, J18 Middleton, Charles, first Baron Barham (1726- 1813), Q53 migration, E4, F1-F3, F5, F7-F8 model-testing tank, J46 Montagu, Rear Admiral George (1750-1829), N57 Montagu, John (1718/19-95), Q10 Montague, John, 4th earl of Sandwich (1718-92), Q62-Q63 Moors, D9 Morwellham, B45 Mountbatten, Louis, 1st Earl Mountbatten of Burma (1900-1979), N103 Murrant, Sir Ernest Henry (1889-1974), Q28 museums, B59, G10, R13 muster rolls, E2 mutiny, N120, N135-N136 National Maritime Board, L25 National Sea Training Schools, L27 naval agents, N4 naval chaplains, see chaplains Naval Chest, Q67 naval office shipping lists, C11 naval procurement, N9-N10 navigation, G3, G10-G11, G16, G23, G25, L8, L16, L18 Nelson, Horatio, Viscount Nelson (1758-1805), J4- J5, N76, Q1, Q54, Q64
Netherlands, B107, D17 New England, E4-E5, E9 New Forest, J29 Newcastle, 1st Duke, see Pelham, Thomas Pelham Holles Newfoundland, B48, B53, N139 Nore mutiny, N120, N136 Norman invasion, N92 North, Nathaniel (d in or after 1709), Q11 North America, B77, B85-B86, B89, B106, C12, C15, D15, F1, F6, G14-G15, G19, N57, N81, N83, N98; see also New England, North Carolina, Prince Edward Island, South Carolina, Virginia North Carolina, C14 North Sea, A4, B97, R12 Nurse family, B41 nursing, N123 O'Brian, Patrick (1914-2000), A40 oceanography, G19-G20 officers, naval, N126, N128, N132, N142, N144- N147, Q2 Oldfield, Thomas (1756-99), Q12 Onslow, Sir Richard (1741-1817), Q13 Operation Neptune, N73, N97 Oppenheim, Michael (1853-1927), Q50 Ostend, N77 P&O Line, A26 Pacific Ocean, G19, N63 paper trade, B36 Parker, Sir Peter (1721-1811), Q41 Parsons, Louis, N141 Payne, John Willett (1752-1803), Q14 Pelham, Thomas Pelham Holles, 1st Duke of Newcastle (1693-1768), N81 Pellew, Edward, first Viscount Exmouth (1757- 1833), Q30, Q57 Pellew, Sir Isaac Israel (1758-1822), Q31 Penrose, Sir Charles Vinicombe (1759-1830), Q32 Penzance, B46 Perkins, John (c 1745-1812), Q65
Phipps, Constantine John (1744-92), Q66 photographs, R5, R16 Pickersgill, Richard (1748/9-79?), Q15 pilot cutters, K20 Pinson, Andrew, B40 piracy, D5, D8-D9, D14, D23, D26, D28 Pitt, William, 1st Earl of Chatham (1708-78), N81- N82 Plymouth, B23, B29, F4, L16, L18, N4, P5, P11 Dockyard, N106, N108-N109, N114, N118N119 Pocock, Nicholas (1741-1821), B104 Poland, N39 politics, B10, B77, B81, J16, N11, N45-N46 Polruan, J15, J17 port books, R6 Porthleven, B61-B62 ports, A21, A38, A42, A44, B3-B4, B19, B28, B31, B33, B49, B52, B55, B64-B66, B72, B78, B81, B83-B84, B88, B90, B96, R5 ports of call, A29, A32, B101 Portsmouth Dockyard, J29 Portugal, B92 postcards, R16 pottery trade, B21-B22, B48 Pownoll, Philemon (c 1734-80), Q73 prices, E3 Prince Edward Island, B89, B93 prisoners of war, N127 privateering, D1-D4, D6-D7, D10-D22, D24-D28, H9 Qasimi Arabs, D5 Rackham, John (d 1720), Q49 radar, N99 Raleigh, Sir Walter (1552-1618), G12, H8 recreation, B56, J40, P2, P8, P12 resorts, P1, P3-P4, P13-P18, P23, P29-P32 Rhine, river, N74 Richmond Island, E9 river trade, B73
Rochester, J14 ropemakers, J12 Ross, Mary, J14 rowing, J30, P5-P6, P8, P11 Royal Air Force, N41 Royal Mail Steam Packet Company, B95 Royal Naval Engineering College, N129 Russia, B87, N63 sailmakers, J12 sailors' homes, L6, L20, L24 Salamis, J30 Salcombe, B38-B39 Sanderson, Oswald (1863-1926), A3 Scapa Flow, N93 Schank, John (1740-1823), Q16 science, G19, N22, N26 Scilly Isles, G24 Scotland, D7 screw-propulsion, J23, J35-J36, K10 seamen, A36, B24-B26, B39, D23, E2, L2, L25, L29, L31-L32, L39, L43, N36, N40, N127N128, N148 seamen's missions, L6-L7, L21-L24 Seamen's Union, L25 Severn, river, K21 Sheffield, 1st Earl of, see Holroyd, John Baker Shields, E2 ship models, K5, K16 ship registers, R4, R7 shipbuilding, A24, B63, B89, J3, J6, J8, J13-J14, J16-J20, J31-J34, J37, J41, J44-J45, J47, K7, N9N10 shiphanding, L33-L34, L36, L38, N43-N44 shipowning, B6, B29, B39-B40, E14 Slade, Jane (1813-85), J15 Slade, William James (1892-1982), Q24 slave trade, C1-C22 abolition, C9-C10, C17 slavery, C20 emancipation, C9-C10, C17 Smith, Sir Sidney (1794-1840), Q55
smuggling, J19, M2-M3, M7 Sneddon, Sir Richard (1900-70), Q42 Snodgrass, Gabriel (fl. 1757-94), J3 Somerset, M7, N102 Sound tolls, A33 South America, B75, B95 South Atlantic Islands, B105 South Carolina, B96, B104, C13 Southey, Robert (1774-1843), Q1 Spavens, William (1735/6-99), Q17, Q67 Spithead mutiny, N136 sport, P8 statistics, A15, A42, B89, C19, L26, R7 Stirling, Charles (1760-1833), Q56 strategy, J47, N33, N42, N45-N46, N49, N55-N56, N59-N61, N67-N68, N71, N80, N89-N90, N96, N108 swimming, P19, P26 Tamar, river, B43-B44, J6 Tasmania, N2 technology, E23-E26, J1, J10, N16, N23 Teign, river, E17 Teignmouth, P3-P4 Tew, Thomas (d 1695), Q18 tidal range, G5 timber trade, B99, J2, J5, J7-J9, J29 tonnage measurement, J21 Topsham, B51 Torbay, G2, N5, N86 Torquay, F1, J46, P15-P16 tourism, P1, P14-P15, P20, P22, P24-P25, P27, P29 Trafalgar, Battle of, N52-N53, N91 transportation, F6 trawling, E19-E20, E23 Trevaunance Cove, B50 trows, K21-K22 Turkey, D8-D9 Tyrer, Henry (1858-1936), Q43 Union Castle Mail Steamship Company, L37
Vanstabel, Admiral Pierre-Jean (b 1744), N57 vessels, B16, B19, B25, B28, B31, B38, B41, B45- B46, B50, B55, B63-B64, B72, C11-C12, D15, E14, J22, J28, J30, J39, K3, K9 Achelous, K7 Batten Castle, K17 Bertha L Downs, K12 Bessie Ellen, K1 Dolphin, G6-G7 Garlandstone, K8 Great Northern, K10 Herzogin Cecilie, K11 James and Thomas, N135 King George, D21 Magic, K15 Mary Fletcher, K6 Nuestra Seсora de Rosario, N127 Pamir, L3 Passat, L3, L17 Pauline, M1 Provident, K4 sailing, A17-A18, B94, G9, G13, H5, J24-J25, J27, J40, J43, K2, K4, K6, K11-K15, K17, K20, L2, L33, L42-L43, N37, N43 Saumarez, HMS, N78 Serpent, HMS, K19 steamships, A16, B7, J23, J26-J27, J35-J36, J42, K10, N11 trireme, J30 see also warships Virginia, B79, C19, C22 wages, L2 Waghorn, Martin (d 1787), Q19 Walcheren, N72 Wales, P17 Walsh, Antoine Vincent (c 1703-63), Q20 war, H4, N27, N36, N81 1688-1697, D10, D13 1812, N51
American Civil, N98 American Revolutionary, D17, N125 Boer, N95 Crimean, N122 Dutch, N3, N15, N102 English Civil, N3 First World, N47, N77, N93, N124 French, B47, N55 French Revolutionary, D3, D6, N48, N54- N55, N57-N58, N62, N84 -N87, N101, N144 Napoleonic, J2, J18, J44, N48, N52-N53, N55, N67-N68, N86, N144, N147 Peninsular, N69-N70 Second World, N35, N47, N72-N75, N78N79, N94, N96-N97, N99, N103 Seven Years, D4, N37, N100 Spanish, B47 Spanish Civil, N50 Spanish Succession, D11-D12 warships, J10, J14, J34, J47, K16, K18-K19, N17, N43 weather, N32 welfare, L4-L6, L9, L20, L22, L24, L26, R8 Wellesley, Arthur, 1st Duke of Wellington (17691852), N70 West Indies, B75, B86, B103, C5, N33, N58 Western Squadron, N56 Weston, Dame Agnes Elizabeth (1840-1918), Q48 Weymouth, B34 whaling, E2, E10 William of Orange (1650-1702), G1-G2 Williamson, Archibald, 1st Baron Forres (18601931), Q29 Wilsons of Hull, A3 wine trade, B60 working conditions, L25, N119, N121, N125, N140 wreck, M1, M5, M8 yachting, J40, K7, P2, P7-P10, P21 Zeebrugge, N7

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