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Some Titles by Basil Lubbock

Author: Lubbock, Alfred Basil, 1876-1944.

Title Publisher Year Edition and notes
Round the Horn Before the Mast John Murray, London 1902 1928
Jack Derringer, A Tale of Deep Water John Murray, London 1906 missing
Deep sea warriors [with four illustrations by the author] New York, Dodd, Mead and Company 1910 First
China Clippers, The Brown, Son and Ferguson, Glasgow 1914 1950
Colonial Clippers, The James Brown and Son 1921 1924
Cruisers, corsairs & slavers : an account of the suppression of the picaroon, pirate & slaver by the Royal Navy during the 19th century Glasgow : Brown, Son & Ferguson 1922 First
Blackwall Frigates, The Brown, Son and Ferguson, Glasgow 1922 1950
Log of the Cutty Sark James Brown and Son, Glasgow 1924 First
Adventures by sea from art of old time; preface by John Masefield. Edited by Geoffrey Holme The Studio Ltd 1925 First
Western Ocean Packets, The Charles E. Lauriat 1925 First
Last of the Windjammers, The, Vol 1 James Brown and Son 1927 First
The Down Easters, American deep-water sailing ships, 1868-1919 Boston, C.E. Lauriat Company 1929 First
Bully Hayes, South sea pirate Charles E. Lauriat 1931 First
Nitrate Clippers, The Brown, Son and Ferguson, Glasgow 1932 First
Sail - The Romance of the Clipper Ships Volume 1, Grosset & Dunlap 1932 1972, Blackwall, American clippers, tea clippers, wool clippers
Sail - The Romance of the Clipper Ships Volume 2, Grosset & Dunlap 1932 1972, wool clippers, passenger and emigrant clippers, tea clippers, general traders, training ships
Sail - The Romance of the Clipper Ships Volume 3, Grosset & Dunlap 1932 1972, Calcutta jute clippers, Blackwall, Australian, New Zealand and general traders, Cutty Sark and Thermopylae race of 1872, biography of Jack Spurling
Best of Sail, The romance of the clipper ships; an abridged edition of "Sail", volumes I, II and III. Pictured by the late J. Spurling, storied by Basil Lubbock, edited by Alexander Campbell New York, The Macmillan Company 1933 First
Opium Clippers, The James Brown and Son 1933 First
Barlow's journal of his life at sea in King's ships, East & West Indiamen & amp; other merchantmen from 1659 to 1703. Transcribed from the original manuscript. Volume I Hurst and Blackett, Ltd 1934 First
Barlow's journal of his life at sea in King's ships, East & West Indiamen & amp; other merchantmen from 1659 to 1703. Transcribed from the original manuscript. Volume II Hurst and Blackett, Ltd 1934 First
Last of the Windjammers, The, Vol 2 James Brown and Son 1935 First
The Coolie Ships and Oil Sailers Brown, Son & Ferguson, Glasgow 1935 First
Arctic Whalers,The Brown, Son and Ferguson, Glasgow 1937 First

Note 1: "first" edition may refer either to first English (UK) or First American

Note 2: Articles in The Mariner's Mirror and other Journals are not included

Note 3: "missing" - we would appreciate a donation, as we do not have a copy of this/these titles

Revised: 31 March 2012