A breife abstract, exposition, and demonstration, of all termes, parts, z [i.e. &] things belonging to a shippe, and the practicke of navigation
A breife abstract, exposition, and demonstration, of all termes, parts, z [i.e. &] things belonging to a shippe, and the practicke of navigation [Electronic resource]
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Transcribed from: A briefe abstract, exposition, and demonstration of all termes, parts, and things belonging to a shippe : and the practick of navigation / composed by Sir Henry Manwayring ; written by Raph Crane [sic]. -- 1626. -- . 190 p. ; 30 cm. -- Ms. written in England by Ralph Crane, scrivener to the Kings Players, who also transcribed several of Shakespeare's plays for the first folio. -- From the papers of Sir William Trumbull (1639-1716), Secretary of State -- University of Illinois (Urbana) ms. q387.2 M28b. -- "The manuscript was sold at Sotheby's in April, 1964, to Jacob Zeitlin of Los Angeles"--Ralph Crane and some Shakespeare first folio comedies / T.H. Howard-Hill, p. 175. -- Published as: The sea-mans dictionary, or, An exposition and demonstration of all the parts and things belonging to a shippe : together with an explanation of all the termes and phrases used in the practique of navigation / composed by that able and experienced sea-man Sr Henry Manwayring. London : Printed by G.M. for John Bellamy, 1644 [Wing M551]. -- Each p. ruled in red. -- Bound in contemporary calf, gold tooled, with remnants of blue silk ties.
Publication based on this text: Ralph Crane and some Shakespeare first folio comedies / T.H. Howard-Hill. -- Charlottesville, [Va.] : Published for the Bibliographical Society of the University of Virginia [by the] University Press of Virginia, 1972. -- "The results of the present investigation were accepted as fulfillment of the thesis requirement for the Oxford D.Phil."--Pref. -- ISBN 0-8139-0410-2.