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James Brown & Son. 56pp. Glasgow. Second Edition 1926. 'Dreadnought', 'New World', 'Daniel Webster', were the crack Atlantic ferries of the nineteenth century. In this fine history of these and other ships, the knowledgeable and enthusiastic Basil Lubbock writes in his inimitable style. The author further, discuses the exploits of Captain Samuels and the 'Bloody Forty' the more notorious packet rats out of Liverpool and at the other extreme the American ship-building genius Donald Mackay his ships and the success he enjoyed with the best ships on the Atlantic run. Fore-edge foxing oitherwise in very good condition. Original dust jacket over blue cloth covered end boards. 155pp 220 mm x 150 mm.