Sea Breezes, the P.S.N.C. magazine, volume 14, October 1930 – July 1931
one of the scarce pre-war volumes when the magazine was still very much of sailing ship interest.
Shipping Gazette and Sydney General Trade List
volume XI 
containing numbers 508 to 556, January 9th 1854 – January 1st 1855.
weekly journal containing lists of ships in Sydney harbour, arrivals and departures, expected arrivals, imports and exports, information for other Australian ports, commercial intelligence, etc., together with letters and articles of maritime interest, including reports of shipwrecks and losses
Ships and Sailors Ancient and Modern. a sketch of the progress of naval art, with historical illustrations – Cotterill & Little
Cotterill & Little
London, Selley, Jackson & Halliday, 1868
Splicing of Kenyon’s Patent Interstranded Cotton Driving Ropes, 1926 edition
Wiliam Kenyon & Sons, 1926
Steel’s Ship-Master’s Assistant, and Owner’s Manual
London, printed for Longman Rees…., 1834
Story of the Sea [volume 2]
edited by A. Quiller-Couch
historical voyages, naval battles, life in the royal navy, shipwrecks, lighthouses and sea lights, smugglers and smuggling, piracy, early steamships, yachting, the lifeboat, etc., etc.
extensively illustrated with engravings. includes contributions by some of the leading maritime authorities of the day – Prof. J.K.Laughton. W.Laird Clowes, Herbert Wilson, etc.