The word "star-ship" occurs many times in Oahspe: A New Bible in the Words of Jehovih and His Angel Ambassadors by John Ballou Newbrough, first published in 1882. Oahspe is available on the web here and here.
Book of Aph, Son of Jehovih, Chapter XI, verse 12:
Hardly had this been accomplished when the larger star-ship alighted on the floor of the Congress, before the Council, and near the altar of Jehovih; and the five million volunteers alighted, amid the applause of the many millions assembled.
Book of Aph, Son of Jehovih, Chapter XV, verse 12:
While this work was proceeding, lights began to appear in the firmament above; these were the marshals of the Orian fields in etherea, in their star-ships, taking course for Hored, and their number was legion. But presently one brighter and more powerful than the rest made its way from the western arc of Onah'yi, and it steered directly to God's throne, growing brighter and larger as it came. And when it entered past Chinvat, and was well within the vortex of the earth, in the belt of the moon's orbit, its light spread across the whole atmosphere of heaven, and Hored was illuminated, and the angels of Hored were stirred up with enthusiasm.
Book of Aph, Son of Jehovih, Chapter XV, verse 13:
The brilliant star did not prolong the suspense of the angel world, for he who sailed it was a God of millions of years; and by his wisdom, attained to such mastery that the elements of earth and atmospherea gave way, as if appalled by a heaven on fire. Down to the arena of the Council of Hored came the star-ship, whose majesty outweighed all ceremony, a very crown of magnificence. And he who came, attended by half a million, was Sue'ji, marshal for that which was soon to follow.
Book of Aph, Son of Jehovih, Chapter XVI, verse 7:
And now another gateway opened amid the stars; and a cluster star was seen approaching from the southeast. It was like a star surrounded by stars, and brighter than all the others. This was the star-ship of Aph, the Orian Chief. At the sight of which, all souls in the firmament turned in pride and wonder. In the play and management of worlds, he had attained to be swift and mighty, above all the countless millions of Gods and Goddesses assembled. And at the sight of his etherean star, angels and Gods whispered: Aph! And the magic of his name, widely known in the Nirvanian fields of the emancipated heavens, spread abroad, till every soul uttered, Aph! in all the regions of atmospherea and on the earth.
Book of Aph, Son of Jehovih, Chapter XVI, verse 10:
This was the morning of the third day in the tide of dan, in which there were still four days left. But now the marshals took their parts. First, Sue'ji, Chief over all the rest, cried out from the throne of God: All hail, O Aph, Son of Jehovih! And the words were caught up on every side, and uttered in one breath around the world. All the while, the great star-ships and sun of Hautuon gathered in, nearer and nearer, till, like a net, they joined and filled the earth's atmosphere in the east and west and north and south, and below and above; on every side. And the words of the marshal: All hail, O Aph, Son of Jehovih! traveled like an echo over all the heavens.
Book of Aph, Son of Jehovih, Chapter XVI, verse 18:
And now Aph went and sat down at the foot of the throne, at which, God came down according to custom, and took his hand, saying: Arise, O God, Son of Jehovih, and go your way! And Aph rose up, saluting, and he and his attendants departed and entered his star-ship. The es'enaurs chanted, the trumpeters played, and the solemn march of Jehovih's sea of fire sounded from heaven and earth.
Book of Sue, Son of Jehovih, Chapter II, verse 10:
For three days and nights Sue held his star-ship to the wonderful task of mastering by the marvelous scene. Then slowly he entered the vortex of the earth, holding his course, but not with the rotation of the earth and her heaven; for he desired that both corporeans and atmosphereans would witness the coming power. So, slowly he came, only fifty thousand miles a day, so that when the ship neared the disorganized Hored, the self-Gods and self-Lords fled and left their well-supplied kingdoms desolate, and down to the earth they rushed in thousands, and with their hosts in millions, to hide or safely stow themselves from Agni's just hate.
Book of Divinity, Chapter XVI, verse 14:
Thirty days later the star-ship, Gee'onea, from Haot-saiti, in etherea, appeared in the heavens above, being first observed when it was on the borders of the bridge Chinvat. Immediately God sent a swift-rising Ometr to meet the star-ship and conduct it to Craoshivi, where he had gone with one of the transports, with two hundred million, well selected, to found a new city in heaven. Suffice it to say that in three days' time, the star-ship landed in Craoshivi with one million laborers provided to endure till the coming dawn.
God's Book of Eskra, Chapter XLII, verse 17:
When the birth was completed, the angels of heaven re-entered
their star-ship and hastened back to Paradise, God's heavenly seat.
God's Book of Eskra, Chapter LX, verse 2:
It was a star-ship from the Nirvanian heavens of Chia'hakad, only four hundred years from the dawn of the arc of Kosmon, of the era of Kosmon.
God's Book of Eskra, Chapter LX, verse 5:
Then the star-ship descended, till it anchored near the throne of God.