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LONDON:

WALTER SPIERS, PRINTER, GREAT PRESCOT STREBT.

Floating Cylinders for Laying Electric Submarine Cables. Proposed

by Captain J. H. Selwyn, R.N., 688
Habits and Customs of the Hawaiians, 465
Honorary Rewards, 554
How to Handle Lunars. By Captain H. Toynbee, F.R.A.S., 225

In-Shore Currents of the Bay of Bengal. Remarks by Lieutenant

J. A. Heathcote, R.V., 65

Japan Islands, 500

Light at Surinam, 388
Longitude of Damascus by Electric Telegraph, 610
Lunars and Chronometers, and the System of Examination for Certi-

ficates, 370

Observations on the Proposed Telegraph Communication between

Ireland and Newfoundland. By Professor King, 650

On Sumner's Method. By James Gordon, M.A., 182, 294

On the Defective Explanations as Given in the “Nautical Almanac”

for 1864. By James Gordon, M.A., 56

On the Proper Depths for Electric Cables as at Present Constructed.

By Captain T. Špratt, R.N., C.B., H.M.S.“ Medina,” 1

Pacific Railway and the Claims of St. John, New Brunswick, to be

the Atlantic Terminus. Proposed by T. T. Vernon Smith, C.E.,

133, 201, 245

Particulars of Lights Recently Established, 218, 384, 446, 498, 558,

609, 687

Peters Rock, Coast of Mexico, 386, 448

Philippines Islands: Manila to Iloilo, Panay, 219
Port Dennison, Queensland. Directions for the Southern Passage,

502
Preliminary Notice of the Organic and Inorganic Objects Obtained

from the Soundings of H.M.S. “Porcupine" off the West Coast
of Ireland. By Professor William King, Queen's College, Galway,

and Queen's University in Ireland, 600, 655

Red Sea Lights, 387

Regulations for Preventing Collisions at Sea - from the New Mer-

chant Shipping Act, 531

Reported Dangers on the North Coast of Anglesea, 385

Report on Lord Howe Group, South Pacific. By Thomas Johnson,

Master of the Ship “Beemah,” 560

Report on the Deep Sea Soundings to the Westward of Ireland,

Made in H.M.S. “Porcupine,” in June, July, and August, 1862,

561

Return Voyage of the “Great Eastern” from America in August

last, 549°

Rewards for Saving Life at Sea, 316
Roller Skids, 27
Sailing Directions between Singapore Straits and Cape St. James

during the N.E. Monsoon. By A. J. Loftus, Master Ship“ Ken-

sington,” 635

Saxby's Weather System, 364

Schools for Sailors, 366

Ships' Equipments, Fishing Vessels, and Life Boats,--Jury Report.

International Exhibition, 1862, 469, 577

Signal Stations in the Hooghly, 615

Singapore to Melbourne: Extracts from a Journal of H.M.S. “Niger”

while on the Australian Station, under the Command of Captain

. P. Cracroft, R.N., C.B., 57– Melbourne to Sydney, Norfolk Island,

and Auckland, 122–New Zealand, Auckland, Nelson, 400-New

Zealand, 455, 511, 569, 625

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