Catechism of the Law of Storms for the use of sea officers – John MacNab
London, George Philip & Son, 1902
Correspondence with the Board of Trade respecting any Fog Signals authorised by the three General Lighthouse Authorities
or sanctioned by the Board of Trade, since the 18th day of February 1873…..
ordered, by The House of Commons, to be printed, 27 May, 1875.
an interesting collection of correspondence and reports on the fog signals in operation around the coasts of Britain and Ireland in the 1870’s
Coxswain’s Bride or the Rising Tide, a tale of the sea
by R.M. Ballantyne
London, James Nisbet, ca.1900.
Das Ende der Einsamkeit, zur geschichte der kommunikation auf see – Detlef Hechtel
Hamburg, Convent, 2005
Digest of Leading Cases on the Regulations for Preventing Collisions at Sea
with an appendix containing the regulations of 1897, 1884, 1880, and 1863; excerpt from report of Trinity House Fog-Signal Committee in 1901, etc.
and notes by David Wright Smith….solicitor, Glasgow
Edinburgh, printed by T & A Constable at the University Press, 1907.
a valuable source work on late 19th and early 20th century shipping casualties, with abstracts of the reports on 116 incidents.