its rise and progress during the nineteenth century.
by Capt. James Williamson
Glasgow, James MacLehose, 1904.
1st edition. 297 pages. numerous text illustrations.
good condition hardback in the original binding. some wear around the spine. a bit of internal marking, but generally clean. two loose pages. foxing to end-papers.
the original edition of the "classic" Clyde Steamer history, covering nearly 100 years of steam on the Clyde, from the "Comet" of 1812 to the "King Edward" of 1901.