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The universal code of signals for the mercantile marine of all nations. ... Frederick Marryat, G B. Richardson
OFFICIAL NUMBERS.—Owners and Captains of British Shipping desirous of having inserted in this Code the Official Numbers of their Vessels, with their tonnage and port of registry, are requested to apply (post paid and covering the return postage) to Messrs. Richa.bdson & Co., 23, Cornhill, London.
N.B. The system of Substitutes or Numeral Repeaters, by which Official Numbers containing Duplicate Figures (as 22,666) can be made, is explained at page viii. of the Code.
CODE UNIVERSEL DE SIGNAUX,
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A Signal Station, provided with the Flags of this Code, having recently been erected by The Electric And International Telegraph Companies at Hurst Castle on the main, opposite Yarmouth (in the Isle of Wight), for the purpose of receiving communications from Vessels in the offing for transmission to any place in Ettrope embraced by the Electric and International Telegraph Companies' system, Captains of Vessels are informed they can hereby signal their arrival or departure, or lie to while waiting for orders from their Owners or Consignees.
THE DOWNS, &c.
Masters of Merchant Vessels are required, upon arrival in the Downs, or at any Port or Place of general Rendezvous, to make their Number (corresponding with the name of their Vessel, which will be found in the Third Part of this Code), and to continue the same (if all well) every day, from twelve till one o'clock, during their detention; in order that the Agent for Lloyd's may have a daily account of the situation and proceedings of the Shipping, for the general information of the Owners and Underwriters.
When the Signal is intended for the Agent for Lloyd's, the Union Jack should be hoisted at the Main, as a preparatory notice.
The Signal of the Agent for Lloyd's will be kept flying at Southend, Deal; it is a White Flag, lettered " LLOYD'S."
LIVERPOOL AND HOLYHEAD TELEGRAPHS.
Masters of Vessels within signaling distance of any of the Liverpool and Holyhead Telegraphs are requested to hoist the Number of their Ship, and when Inward bound, the Number of the Port from whence she has sailed.
NEW SOUTH WALES.
Masters of Vessels making Port Jackson are requested to show their Number,