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General Table of Pilotage Authorities in England and Wales—continued.

Extent of Limits of District, Port or Place.

Reign, Year and Chapter of Acts, and date of Orders in Council regulating Whether the Pilotage is Voluntary or Compulsory Pilotage.

except for Exempted Ships.

List of Districts. Jurisdiction of Sub-Commissioners.

Local Acts, &c.

Observations.
SOUTHAMPTON (a) From a line drawn from Lepe Buoy to Lee Trinity House Regulations, * Lay days, 78. 6d. per day, not including the
Sub-Commissioners under Point to all parts and places within the April, 1875

day of coming in or going out.
Trinity House. Southampton Water, and from all ports and
S. Act, 1854, s. 369) places within the Southampton Water to

TEIGNMOUTH (6)

From Lyme to Bob's Nose, and vice versa, and Ibid., Nov. 1862
Sub-Commissioners under into and out of all ports and places within

Trinity House. (M. those limits, excepting the Harbour of Ex-
S. Act, 1854, s. 369) mouth.

* See "Exeter," supra. The pilots are to moor vessels to the satisfac

tion of the harbour master as well as of the master or owner.

From Burnham Overy (exclusive) westward to Ibid., Nov. 1862. Sub-Commissioners under Morton Sluice (exclusive), and vice versa, and Trinity House.

Name of District, Port or Place,

and Name or Title of
Pilotage authority.

TRINITY HOUSE OUTPORT
DISTRICTS- continued.

(M.

sea.

WELLS (0)

into and out of the Harbour of Wells. S. Act, 1854, s. 369)

(M.

WEYMOUTH (d)

From St. Alban's Head to Lyme, and vice versa, Ibid., 1 May, 1863
Sub-Commissioners under and to and from and into and out of all ports [? OC. 6 June, 1859.]

Trinity House. (M. and places within those limits.
S. Act, 1854, s. 369)

* The pilot of any vessel shall, if required by

the owner or master, provide a boat with four men to attend her from the Roads to the Quays, or from the Quays to the Roads, for which service each man is to be paid 48. per tide; the owner of the boat to be paid the same as a man.

(M.

WOODBRIDGE (C)

From sea, over the bar into Bawdsey Haven, Ibid., Nov. 1862.
Sub-Commissioners under and up the said haven and the River Deben

Trinity House. to Woodbridge, and vice verså.
S. Act, 1854, s. 369)

YARMOUTH ($)

From Yarmouth to and from the Dudgeon Ibid., June, 1873.
Sub-Commissioners under Light Vessel, and from Yarmouth to and

Trinity House. (M. from Orfordness, thence across the Kentish
S. Act, 1864, s. 369) Knock, to and from the Downs, and into and

out of tho several harbours and road teada
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Trinity House of Kingston- House of Kingston-upon-Hull is required 12 & 13 Vict. c. lxxxi. ss. 251- 35, 41, subject to the exemptions contained upon-Hull to license pilots for conducting vessels into and 254 (Grimsby)

in 6 Geo. 4, c. 125, ss. 59–61, 63, so far as
out of the Port of Kingston-upon-Hull and 50 Geo. 3, c. ccvi. s. 65 (Wis- they are applicable; to the exemptions in
HULL
the Port of Great Grimsby, and upon any bech)

2 & 3 Will. 4, c. cv. s. 24 (coasting vessels,
part of the River Humber below the said 6 Geo. 4, c. 125, ss. 59–61, 63 British vessels drawing less than six feet,
NEW HOLLAND

port of Kingston-upon-Hull, and so far out 0.C. 31 July, 1858 (Masters' cer- and vessels putting in in distress or for pro

at sea as to bring the North Ness of Dim- tificates—Gazetted Aug. 13) visions); to the provisions of M. S. Act,
GRIMSBY

lington, on the coast of Holderness, to bear or 0.C. 12 Sept. 1863 (Masters' cer- 1854, s. 354; M. S. Act, 1862, s. 41, and 39 &
be seen clear of the land to the southward of tificates)

40 Vict.c.36, s. 141; and to the exemptions
it, so as to pass clear of the New Sand, and 0.C. 10 May, 1872 (Masters' cer- contained in 0.c. 20th Nov. 1873 (ex-
also so far along the coast to the northward tificates)

empting vessels not exceeding 150 tons,
as the said North Ness of Dimlington and to O.C. 20 Nov. 1873 (Exemptions) and vessels not drawing ten feet, from
[See col. 3.).

the southward as the headland called Donna O.C. 26 Oct. 1876 (Residue of compulsory pilotage between Goole and
Nook. (See sect. 89.)

dues)

Hull Roads, and vice versa), and 0.C. 13
[By the 2 & 3 Will. 4, c. cv. s. 22, Dec. 1843; O.C. 8 Aug. 1844; 0.C. 3 Sep.
the Trinity House of Kingston- 1845 (small foreign vessels) (9).
upon-Hullis made the authority [See supra “Orders in Council,” p. 83.]

to license the Humber pilots ;
[* It is provided by 12 & 13 Vict. c. lxxxi. but by the same Act Pilotage

s. 251, that the Trinity House of Kings- Commissioners are appointed for
ton-upon-Hull shall license pilots for the Port of Kingston-upon-Hull
the Port of Grimsby]

and the Humber. (* Col. 2.) See also 2 & 3 Will. 4, c. cv. ss. 34—36, and

the charters of_the Trinity House of
PORT OF GOOLE (R) Port of Goole and the waters thereof, and any [By the 2 & 3 Will. 4, c. cv, s. 52, Kingston-upon-Hull, referred to in The

part of the River Humber between the said the Trinity House of Kingston-| Killarney, Lush. 427, so far as they are
[See col. 3.]

port and Hull Roads. (2 & 3 Will. 4, c. cv. upon-Hullis required to appoint applicable.
s. 52.)

Sub-Commissioners of Pilotage
at Goole. See also M. S. Act,

1854, s. 387.]
PORT OF GAINSBOROUGH (1). Into and out of the Port of Gainsborough and [Sub-Commissioners of Pilotage
[See col. 3.]

between such port and Hull Roads, and also are appointed at Gainsborough,
into, upon and out of the said roads.

Spalding and Wisbech, by
the Trinity House of Kings-
ton-upon-Hull under the pro-
visions of 6 Geo. 4, c. 125, s. 6;

and M. S. Act, 1854, s. 387.]
PORT OF SPALDING (K) Into and out of the River Welland and Fosdyke
[See col. 3.]

Wash and seaward thereof through Boston

Deeps to the High Horn Buoy.
PORT OF WISBECH (1) From the port and harbour and town of Wis-
[See col. 3.]

bech to the Lower Roads at sea.
(a) Parliamentary Return, sess. 1876, No. 292.

L. R., 1 A. & E. 358; Municipal Corporations Report, 1835, Appendix
(6) Parliamentary Return, sess. 1863, No. 264 ; Pilotage Commission, 1870. (Northern Circuit), p. 1581 ; Parliamentary Return, sess. 1873, No. 232.
(c) Ibid.

(h) The Killarney, Lush. 427: Parliamentary Return, sess. 1867, No. 408,

p. 49; Ibid. sess. 1874, No. 204. (e) Ibid.

(i) Parliamentary Return, sess. 1867, No. 408, p. 48. Parliamentary Return, sess. 1874, No. 204; Pilotage Commission, 1870. (1) Ibid. p. 57. (9) Beilby v. Raper, 3 B. & Ad. 284; The Killarney, Lush. 427; The Maria, (0) Ibid. p. 52. General Table of Pilotage Authorities in England and Wales—continued.

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1- provided in the Hartlepool Pilotage 1

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DISTRICT):

side of the borough of Hartlepool, to the O.C. 27 June, 1876 Hartlepool Pilotage Commis- southernmost end of the village of Seaton

sioners, possessing within Carew, on the south side of that borough. the Hartlepool Pilotage (27 & 28 Vict. c. 58, Sched. cl. 10) District the jurisdiction formerly possessed therein by the Trinity House of Newcastle-upon-Tyne. (27 & 28 Vict. c. 58, Sched. cl. 11)

It is provided in the Hartlepool Fuovage

Order, 1864 (27 & 28 Vict. c. 58, Sched.
cl. 16), that nothing therein shall render
pilotage compulsory within the Hartlepool
Pilotage District. There has been no de-
cision as to the construction of this provi-
sion with the 41 Geo. 3, c. lxxxvi. s. 6,
and the 39 & 40 Vict. c. 36, s. 141, or
with the M. S. Act, 1854, s. 354. See also

cl. 20 of the Hartlepool Pilotage Order (d).
[See supra, “Port of Newcastle-upon-Tyne.”]

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(a) Parliamentary Return, sess. 1877, No. 269. (6) Ibid.

(c) See The Tyne Improvement Commissioners v. General Steam Navigation
Co., L. R., 2 Q. B. 65; Dodds v. Embleton, 9 D. & R. 27; The Maria, 1 W.
Rob. 95.

(d) See Pritchard's Digest, p. 456, note, ed. 1865. Assuming pilotage to
be still compulsory on foreign vessels, some of the exemptions in 6 Geo. 4,

c. 125, would apply, and also the exemptions in M. S. Act, 1854, s. 362, and M. S. Act, 1862, s. 41. See 0. C. 13 Dec. 1843; 0. C. 3 Sept. 1844; 0. C. 8 Aug. 1845. (Supra, “ Orders in Council,” p. 66.)

(e) Parliamentary Return, sess. 1877, No. 269. (f) Parliamentary Return, sess. 1875, No. 276. (9) Parliamentary Return, sess. 1872, No. 260.

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