The shipowner's and shipmaster's directory to the port charges ... of Great Britain and Ireland

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Page 96 - The several foregoing rates and prices are subject to a reduction of one -fourth parf, irf respect of vessels propelled by steam, and vessels towed by steam vessels* provided that, if! any such vessel shall be propelled by steam, or towed by a steam vessel, for a part only of the distance for which any such rate or price may be payable, the reduction of one-fourth shall be made...
Page 92 - Now, therefore, her Majesty, by virtue of the power vested in her by the said Act, by and with the advice of her Privy Council, is pleased to approve the several denominations of standards set forth in the schedule hereto as new denominations of standards for electrical measurement.
Page 91 - Alderney, and Man, and any other place so situate, when navigating upon any waters situate within the limits of any district. for which pilots are licensed by any pilotage authority under the provisions of this or of any other act, or upon any part thereof so situate, shall, unless he or his mate has a pilotage certificate enabling such master or mate to pilot the said ship within such district, granted under the provisions herein-before contained, or such certificate as next herein-after mentioned,...
Page 136 - All parts of Europe to the northward of Cape Finisterre, and to the westward of the North Cape, and without the Cattegat and Baltic Sea, and including the islands of Guernsey, Jersey...
Page 96 - Successors, or being navigated wholly in Ballast), and for every Foreign Vessel which by any Act of Parliament, Order in Council, Convention, or Treaty shall be privileged to enter the Ports of the...
Page 174 - Provided, that nothing herein contained shall affect or be construed to affect any contract or to prevent the fulfilment of any promise or engagement made by or on behalf of her Majesty with respect to any lands situate...
Page 136 - Rio la Plata inclusive ; all parts of the west coast of Africa, and islands to the northward of the Cape of Good Hope ; and all parts within the Mediterranean, including the Adriatic, the Black Sea, and Archipelago, the Islands of St.
Page 96 - British registers, except when such first -mentioned ships shall be chiefly laden with fish, corn, or other provisions ; or shall by any order of her Majesty's most honourable privy council, be privileged to enter the ports of this kingdom, upon paying the same duties of tonnage as are paid by British ships; in which case such ships and vessels, not having British registers, shall pay the like rates of pilotage only as are payable by ehips having British registers.
Page 45 - For half a foot exceeding the above draughts of water, the medium between the rates stated in the above table. For intermediate distances, a proportionate rate. Pilots boarding vessels outside or to seaward of the outwardmost buoy on the bar are entitled to a further sum of 1/6 per mile for the extra distance from sea to said buoy.
Page 120 - S&~ party in whose name the goods stand in the company's books, or by a person duly authorized in writing under the hand of the principal to sign them...

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