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SE A MANSHIP

COMPILED FOR

CANDIDATES PREPARING TO

PASS THE MARINE BOARD

EXAMINATIONS

FOR

CERTIFICATES OF COMPETENCY

AS MATES AND MASTERS

TWELFTH EDITION, REVISED AND ENLARGED

ENTERED AT STATIONERS' HALL]

R

SUNDERLAND

PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY AND FOR

THOMAS REED AND CO.

AT THEIR CHART & NAVIGATION WAREHOUSE

184, HIGH STREET WEST
231,

65.

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02

62

ADDITIONAL FOR FIRST MATES

66

70

Official Log Book

Lifting heavy Weights

A Man overboard

Taking in a Main Yard.....

70

71

Charter-Party

Invoice

Bill of Lading, &c.

Bill of Health

Manifest

Documents to clear Ship, &c.

'After Sailing

Survey

Protest ...

Bottomry and Respondentia, &c.

Bill of Exchange

Average

Dangers and Navigation of the English Channel

- East Coast of England...

How to rig a Jury Rudder

Seamanship..

Heaving a Ship down, &c.

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82

84

86

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103

..107

ADDITIONAL FOR EXTRA MASTERS

Management of a Ship on the Strand

109

Acting on a Survey

..115

Lower Mast sprung at Sea

115

Leak in Scarf of Stem ..

.115

Law of Storms

.115

Great Circle Sailing

.119

Appendix A.-Lloyd's Rules for the Stowage of Cargoes

124

B.-- Regulations for preventing Collisions st Sea

E.- Rule of the Road, in four verses

.134

F.-Instructions for using the Rocket Apparatus ....... ..135

G.–Official Log Book, pages 2 & 3, containing the Directions 136

H.-Draught of Water, Signals of Distress, &c. ............144

..127
Coasts of Ireland

Fog Signals......

English Channel

East Coast of England

Scotland......

West Coast of England

Ireland

......151

..152

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..150

..157

MANAGEMENT OF STEAMERS

..158 & 109

. 158

.159

.160

..101

Appendix K.-Getting under weigh

Steam Ships under Canvas

in Stormy Weather..

Sea Anchor......

Heaving Lead in Heavy Weather

Rescuing Crew of a Disabled Ship..

Towing Vessels.

Steam Appliances in case of Fire

Going astern and turning short round

Ballast Tanks..

Sluices ....

Lifting Heavy Weights..

Vessels in Dry Dock...

Engine Room Telegraph

Screw Race..

Ventilation.

Explosives .

. 162

163

.101

.104

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