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Digital objects related to shipwright at the European Atlantic coasts

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Collection's Items (Sorted by Submit Date in Descending order): 1 to 20 of 44
Issue DateTitleAuthor(s)
1994Carpinteiros e Calafates da Ribeira das Nausum Olhar sobre Lisboa de Quinhentos.COSTA, Leonor Freire
2011-09-23Los carpinteros de riberaMonesma, Eugenio
2018-04-059h50 le matin était sur le chantier du Jean Bart à Gravelines (59). L'association Tourville construit cette réplique de vaisseau amiral depuis 2002!France 3 Nord Pas-de-Calais
2019-12-12Sharpening a plane-
1541-08-02Información de Lorenzo Díaz, carpintero de ribera, natural de Portugal y vecino de Sevilla, para pasar a IndiasDÍAZ, Lorenzo
1845A description of the Great Britain steam ship, built at Bristol, for the proprietors of the Great Western Steam Ship Company, with remarks on the comparative merits of iron and wood as materials for ship buildingCLAXTON, Christopher
1867Rudiments of naval architecture; an exposition of the elementary principles of the science, and their practical application to naval construction; compiled for the use of beginners.PEAKE, James
1864England's Danger. The Admiralty policy of naval constructionCHALMERS, James
1851A History of Naval Architecture, to which is prefixed an introductory dissertation on the application of mathematical science to the art of naval constructionFINCHAM, John
1846Elements or Naval Architecture, being a translation of the third Part of “Traité Élémentaire de la construction des vaisseaux” by J. N. StrangeVIAL DU CLAIRBOIS, Honoré Sébastien
1846A few words on naval construction and naval promotionSLADE, Adolphus
1845Naval construction. A letter to Sir G. CockburnFISHBOURNE, Edmund Gardiner
1840On the construction of the Ark, as adapted to the naval architecture of the present day, on the equipment of vessels, and on Steam Navigation to IndiaRADFORD, William
1837A brief history of Dover and Ramsgate Harbours; with a description of the Coast, between Dungeness, and the Isle of Thanet, and remarks on the probable construction of a Harbour, between the South Foreland and Sandwich Haven-
1828Remarks on a late publication, entitled “Naval Construction” published [in the Quarterly Journal of Literature, Science and Art, edited at the Royal Institution] in the autumn of 1827 [and extracted from the Naval and Military Magazine]-
1820A few Observations upon Naval Architecture and construction, for the purpose of proving that the present system of admeasuring British Vessels and the duty on tonnage are injurious to the British Navy, and in every way hurtful to the encouragement of ship building for the purposes of navigation and commerce-
1813Substance of a memoir ti the right honourable Spencer Perceval, from a maritime character, on Lord Melville´s suggestions for establishing a Naval Depot at NorthfleetPERCEVAL, Spencer
1810A Letter to the right honourable Viscount Melville, on the subject of his Lordship's Letter to the Right Hon. Spencer Perceval, respecting a Naval Arsenal at NorthfleetROSE, George
2014The Newport Medieval Ship, Wales, United Kingdom.NAYLING, Nigel; JONES, Toby
1919The elements of Wood ship constructionCURTIS, William Henry
Collection's Items (Sorted by Submit Date in Descending order): 1 to 20 of 44