Measurement of Tonnage
- [Tonnage Measurement] (1627) from Oppenheim's A History of the Administration of the Royal Navy, 1896.
- (On the number of lasts of different ships).
From Witsen: Aeloude en hedendaegsche scheeps-bouw en bestier, 1671. [In Dutch]
- Concerning Measuring of Ships from The Sea-Man's Vade Mecum, 1707.
- (The Shipwrights Hall Rule) from Sutherland: The Ship-Builders Assistant, 1711.
- Measurement of Tonnage (1747) from George Moorsom: A Brief Review and Analysis of the Laws for the Admeasurement fo Tonnage, etc., 1852.
- Extract of the King's Order Respecting the Measuring of Ships, 1778.
- Of Finding the Tonnage or Burthen of Ships &c. from Steel's The Shipwright's Vade-Mecum, 1805.
- Rules by Mr. Parkyns, Late of His Majesty's Yard, Chatham from Steel's The Shipwright's Vade-Mecum, 1805.
- Tonnage of Ships of War from Derrick's Memoirs of the Rise and Progress of the Royal Navy, 1806.
- Steel: RULE for ascertaining the TONNAGE and BURTHEN of
- Tonnage from Fincham Outline of Ship-Building, 1852.
- On tonnage I from Peake's The Elementary Principles of Naval Architecture, 1867.
- On tonnage II from Peake's The Elementary Principles of Naval Architecture, 1867.
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