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Author: William Morris Barnes; Hilda Renbold Wortman
Publisher: New York, A. & C. Boni, ©1930.
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Barnes, William Morris, 1850-
When ships were ships and not tin pots.
New York, A. & C. Boni, ©1930
(OCoLC)1028116456
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: William Morris Barnes; Hilda Renbold Wortman
OCLC Number: 1821230
Notes: Title on 2 leaves.
"Illustrations by Francis Shields."
Description: xiv, 466 pages illustrations (including portrait) 23 cm
Contents: The makings of a sailor --
Old hairpins --
Shipped as boy --
Apprenticeship --
Miranda --
Running for market --
Jane --
Sable Island ponies --
Yessow fever --
The Rival --
The loss of Captain Doderidge --
The Elma --
Adrift in a horse and carriage --
Jailed in Aracaju --
Calderbank --
Sailors and their girls --
Blue bread and sawdust --
Victor --
Courtship --
Gods and marriage --
Taken for dead --
Maida --
Caught up in the ice --
Maida --
Ghosts and dreams --
W.M. Barnes, groceries and provisions --
Dismasted --
Feadore --
Captain Wolgar orders his own funeral --
Given up for dead --
Silver Sea --
Shanghai-ing --
Under jury masts --
Gratia --
Like a snake walks --
Corinne --
Wildcat Martin and Mort. Murphy, bully of Riverhead --
A drop too much --
Parajero --
A split chin --
Plymouth --
Breakers under the lee --
Vidonia --
End of sailing ship days --
Seasick passengers and mules --
S.S. Korona --
Burial of the negro parson --
S.S. Korona --
On His Majesty's service --
1914 --
Three day and three nights adrift --
Saxonian --
Whatever she was, I love her still --
Reclassed --
1924 --
After eighty years --
And now.
Responsibility: edited by Hilda Renbold Wortman.

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