and of the singular preservation of fourteen of her company on the wreck, without food, during a period of twenty-three days, in a letter to his father, the Rev. T.MacKay, Minister of Lairg, Sutherlandshire
by William MacKay.
Clan MacKay Society, 1892.
very good condition hardback in the original green cloth gilt, with some very light staining. inscription to top of half-title.
the 450-ton “Juno” was sailing from Rangoon to Madras with a cargo of teak. This account of her loss and subsequent sufferings of her crew was written by the Second Officer. This is a new edition of the account, first published in the form of a pamphlet in 1798, containing notes and a new appendix
The Rescues of Henry Blogg and the Crews of the Cromer Lifeboats – Mick Bensley
Star for Seamen, the Stevenson family of engineers
by Craig Mair.
John Murray, 1978
an excellent account of the engineering achievements of the Stevenson family from the late 18th to well into the 20th centuries