Ships’ Gear. proceedings of the technical symposium on “The Future Technical Pattern of Control Engineering, Equipment and Ship Operation”
Hind, Antony J. [editor]
Fishing News 1967
Transactions of the Institution of Naval Architects, volume XXVII 
Holmes, George [editor]
18 papers by eminent figures from the fields of shipbuilding, marine engineering and shipping in the late 19th century. Including papers on the speed trials of recent warships, the use of mild steel in shipbuilding, closed stokeholds, the working of cables and stowage of anchors, a proposed steam life boat, the strength of bulkheads, etc., etc.
shipbuilding, marine engineering
TRAITÉ ÉLÉMENTAIRE DE LA CONSTRUCTION DES VAISSEAUX
Vial du Clairbois, M.
Paris, chez Clousier, 1787
Address to the Institution of Civil Engineers [photo-copy]
by Sir William H. White
a photo-copy of the 169 page address given by Sir William White on taking over as President of the Institution of Civil Engineers.
bound in card covers.
contains a vast amount of useful information on shipbuilding, warship design, naval architecture, etc. in the later 19th century.
A Historical Survey of the Boiler Makers’ and Iron and Steel Ship Builders Society
from August 1834 to August 1904. with a brief sketch of the life and work of its leading officials; comparisons between boilermaking, shipbuilding, and bridgebuilding in the early days of its history and in modern times; and interesting arbitration awards and agreements
Shipbuilding History, 1750-1932 – Stephen of Linthouse
a record of the business founded, about 1750, by Alexander Stephen at Burghead, and subsequently carried on at Aberdeen, Arbroath, Dundee and Glasgow
printed for Alexander Stephen & Sons by E.J. Burrow Ltd., .
a good history of the famous upper Clyde shipbuilding firm, Stephen of Linthouse, originally founded on the north-east coast in the mid 18th century. includes full list of ships built.