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THE TEA CLIPPERS by MacGregor David R
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Percival Marshall & Co., Ltd 1952. An account of the China Trade and some of the British sailing Ships engaged in it from 1849 to 1869. Illustrations include:- 'Serica' and Lahloo at Foochow in 1868; The iron clipper 'Gauntlet'; 'Polmaise' as a barque; 'Northfleet' lying in the Thames in 1879; 'Wynaud 'when rigged as a barque; John Pile's clipper 'Mirage;' Alexander Hall's 'Cairngorm'; The 'Solent'; 'Red Riding Hood' the first composite tea clipper; The 'Queensberry'; 'Friar Tuck'; 'Murray; Glenaros'; 'Pak Wan' at Port Adelaide; 'Flying Spur'; The after deck layout of 'Cleta'; The Aberdeen clipper 'Ada'; The Aberdeen White Star Liner 'Ethiopian'; 'Titania 'in the China Sea; Bernard Waymouth designed 'Leander'; Sail plan of the 'Maitland' Deck plan and longitudinal section of the Maitland; Cutty Sark in 1883 or 1884; Harlaw at Sydney in the seventies; The magnificent Lahloo; Sir Lancelot at Foochow in 1868; The Spindrift Charles Connell's masterpiece; Kaisow bound down Channel; 'Thermopylae 'in the early seventies; 'Cutty Sark' at Greenhithe; 'Black Prince,' 'Fiery Cross', 'Taeping', 'Ariel' and 'Flying Spur' at Foochow in 1866; 'Ambassador' under all plain sail; Builder's model of 'Ivorman Court'; 'Blackadder 'at Hobart in the nineties; 'Ivorman Court 'showing the anchor deck; The 'Halloween 'was sister to 'Blackadder'. Fold-out plates include:- Lines of 'Stornoway'; Lines of 'Challenger'; Lines of 'Cairngom'; Lines, deck and sail plans of 'Falcon'; Lines of 'Fiery Cross' (1860); Lines of 'Ariel 'Some foxing evident. Illustrated dust jackert overred cloth covered end boards. 272pp 220 x 135mm

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