Bachelor:

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Bachelor
Book Queens of the Western Ocean: The Story of America's Mail and Passenger Sailing Lines
Author Carl C. Cutler
Published United States Naval Institute, Annapolis, Md.,
ISBN 0870215310
Page 507
Bachelor (1652) Subscribe to view
Bachelor (1715)
Book The Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade: A Database on CD-ROM
Author David Eltis, Stephen D. Behrendt, David Richardson, and Herbert S. Klein, eds.
Published Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, England,
ISBN 0521629101, 9780521629102
Page see CD-ROM
Bachelor (2) Subscribe to view
Bachelor (Arichat, Cape Breton Island, 1956, Motor; ON: 198808) Subscribe to view
Bachelor (bark; Capt. G. Tooker; noted in directory of 1872) Subscribe to view
Bachelor (bark; Capt. G. Tooker; noted in directory of 1873) Subscribe to view
Bachelor (bark; Capt. R. M. Shaw; noted in directory of 1875) Subscribe to view
Bachelor (Batchelor) (British? barque, 342 tons, 1g) Subscribe to view
Bachelor (Brig; 1820, Saint Patrick) Subscribe to view
Bachelor (Brig; Canadian; Official Number: 9001612, built 1827, St. Patrick, New Brunswick, Canada; 340 gross tons) Subscribe to view
Bachelor (Brig; Canadian; Official Number: 9001613, built 1820, St. Patrick, New Brunswick, Canada; 196 gross tons) Subscribe to view
Bachelor (brig; Capt. Carlo; noted in directory of 1870) Subscribe to view
Bachelor (brig; Capt. Carlow Smith; noted in directory of 1871) Subscribe to view
Bachelor (brig; Capt. Miller; noted in directory of 1864) Subscribe to view
Bachelor (brig; Capt. Miller; noted in directory of 1865) Subscribe to view
Bachelor (brig; Capt. Miller; noted in directory of 1866) Subscribe to view
Bachelor (brig; Capt. Miller; noted in directory of 1867) Subscribe to view
Bachelor (brig; Capt. Penny; noted in directory of 1868) Subscribe to view
Bachelor (brig; Capt. R. Waycott; noted in directory of 1862) Subscribe to view
Bachelor (brig; Capt. S. Carlow; noted in directory of 1871) Subscribe to view
Bachelor (brig; Capt. S. Carlow; noted in directory of 1872) Subscribe to view
Bachelor (brig; Capt. Smith Carlow; noted in directory of 1872) Subscribe to view
Bachelor (brig; Capt. Stickney; noted in directory of 1869) Subscribe to view
Bachelor (Brigantine; Canadian; Official Number: 35408, built 1861, St. Andrews, New Brunswick, Canada) Subscribe to view
Bachelor (Built 1911, Vancouver, BC, Canada; Name given in 1911; Whale Catcher, 15 tons) Subscribe to view
Bachelor (c. 1669) Subscribe to view
Bachelor (c.1610) Subscribe to view
Bachelor (Capt: Wild, Isaac; Snauw, Built in British Americas; 60 tons; 6 guns; Voyage: 5/30/1715 to 8/18/1716) Subscribe to view
Bachelor (cit 1644) Subscribe to view
Bachelor (ketch), English merchantman Subscribe to view
Bachelor (London, 1838, Sail; ON: 22285) Subscribe to view
Bachelor (London, 1844, Steam; ON: 9961) Subscribe to view
Bachelor (of Southampton) Subscribe to view
Bachelor (or Batchelor or Bachela; brig, 341 tons) Subscribe to view
Bachelor (or Batchelor) Subscribe to view
Bachelor (prize) Subscribe to view
Bachelor (Recreational; New York, NY; built 1972; 15 gross tons; call sign WBN7682) Subscribe to view
Bachelor (Recreational; New York, NY; built 2000; 10 gross tons) Subscribe to view
Bachelor (Schooner; 1837, Clyde River) Subscribe to view
Bachelor (Schooner; 1857, Exploits Nfld) Subscribe to view
Bachelor (Schooner; Canadian; Official Number: 9001614, built 1830, New Carlisle, Quebec, Canada; 69 gross tons) Subscribe to view
Bachelor (Schooner; Canadian; Official Number: 9001615, built 1837, Clyde River, Nova Scotia, Canada; 35 gross tons) Subscribe to view
Web WorldCat
Published OCLC, Dublin, Ohio
Bachelor (Ship; 277 tons; from Richmond, Virginia; directory of 1855) Subscribe to view
Bachelor (Sloop) Subscribe to view
Bachelor (Sloop, 1826) Subscribe to view
Bachelor (St Andrews, NB, 1861, Sail; ON: 35408) Subscribe to view
Bachelor (St John's, Newfoundland, 1857, Sail; ON: 34084) Subscribe to view
Bachelor (Vancouver, BC, 1915, Steam; ON: 134436) Subscribe to view
Bachelor (Wrecked, 1827-01-01; Unknown) Subscribe to view
Bachelor (Wrecked, 1842-01-01; Shelburne) Subscribe to view
Bachelor, American privateer schooner (1777) Subscribe to view
Bachelor, English brigantine, brought to by Pickering Subscribe to view
Bachelor, HM dispatch boat Subscribe to view
Bachelor, ship (Capt. Barclay) Subscribe to view
Bachelor, sloop: captured by Continental Army detail (Capt. John Staples) Subscribe to view