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EDITED BY EDW. BLACKMORE
AND WRITTEN, MAINLY, by SAILORS for SAILORS.
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The British Mercantile Marine : An Historical Sketch of its Rise
and Development. By the EDITOR, CAPT. BLACKMORE. “Captain Blackmore's SPLENDID BOOK
contains paragraphs on every point of interest to the Merchant Marine. The 243 pages of this book are THE MOST VALUABLE to the sea captain that have EVER been COMPILED."--Merchant Service Review.
Elementary Seamanship. By D. WILSON-BARKER, Master Mariner,
F.R.S.E., F.R.G.S. With numerous Plates, two in Colours, and Frontispiece. FIFTH EDITION, Thoroughly Revised. With additional Illustrations.
“This ADMIRABLE MANUAL by CAPT. WILSON-BARKER, of the Worcester,' seems to us PERFECTLY DESIGNED."-Athenæum.
Know Your Own Ship: A Simple Explanation of the Stability, Con
struction, Tonnage and Freeboard of Ships. By Thos. WALTON, Naval Architect. ELEVENTH EDITION. “MR. WALTON's book will be found VERY USEFUL.”—The Engineer.
Navigation: Theoretical and Practical. By D. WILSON-BARKER
and WILLIAM ALLINGHAM. SECOND EDITION, Revised.
“ PRECISELY the kind of work required for the new Certificates of Competency. Candidates will find it INVALUABLE.”—Dundee Advertiser.
Marine Meteorology: For Officers of the Merchant Navy. By WILLIAM ALLINGHAM,
First Class Honours, Navigation, Science and Art Department. With Illustrations and Maps, and facsimile reproduction of log page.
“Quite the BEST PUBLICATION on this subject.”-Shipping Gazette. Latitude and Longitude: How to find them. By W. J. MILLAR,
C.E. SECOND EDITION, Revised.
“Cannot but prove an acquisition to those studying Navigation.”—Marine Engineer. Practical Mechanics : Applied to the requirements of the Sailor.
B Thos. MACKENZIE, Master Mariner, F.R.A.S. THIRD EDITION, Revised. “WELL WORTH the money
EXCEEDINGLY HELPFUL."-Shipping World.
Trigonometry : For the Young Sailor, &c. By Rich. C. Buck, of the
Thames Nautical Training College, H.M.S.“ Worcester.” THIRD EDITION, Revised, “ This EMINENTLY PRACTICAL and reliable volume."-Schoolmaster.
Practical Algebra. By Rich. C. Buck. Companion Volume to the
above, for Sailors and others. SECOND EDITION, Revised.
“It is JUST THE BOOK for the young sailor mindful of progress."--Nautical Magazine, The Legal Duties of Shipmasters. By BENEDICT WM. GINSBURG,
M.A., LL.D., of the Inner Temple and Northern Circuit ; Barrister-at-Law, SECOND EDITION, Thoroughly Revised and Enlarged. “ INVALUABLE to masters.
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