The Nautical Magazine For 1835

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The 1835 Nautical Magazine includes shipping news, a lurid 'journal of a privateer', and discussion of discipline on merchant ships.

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In a letter which appeared in Nature some few weeks ago, the writer throws out
the suggestion that the newly-discovered eighth satellite of Jupiter is the lost
comet itself; having been captured by Jupiter upon the comet's last return journey
round the sun. The retrograde motion of this satellite is certainly a perplexing
phenomenon in J upiter's System. As regards the probability of Halley's Comet
escaping destruction or capture since last seen in 1835, we may notice that,
according to Sir ...

The Nautical Magazine And Naval Chronicle

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NAUTICAL MAGAZINE. JANUARY, 1835. HYDROGRAPHY. “That future pilgrims
of the wave may be By doubt unclouded, and from error free." 1. IsLE GRANDE,
South Atlantic Ocean. Extract of a letter from Captain A. Haig, of the Sir John Rae
Reid, in lat. 19° S., long. 31° W.:— “On the 5th instant, we discovered an island in
lat. 46° 40' S., and long. 48° 35' W. It was first seen about 4 P.M., bearing N.W.,
about four leagues distant. I hauled up a couple of points, to get a better view of it,
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The Nautical Magazine For 1836

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Discovered by H. M. Sloop Hyacinth, June 8, 1835, on her Passage from T Ire
Friendly Islands to Port Jackson. To the Editor of the Nautical Magazine. H. M.
Sloop Hyacinth, Sydney, N. S. Wales, June 24, 1835. Sm,—The enclosed
remarks (on various ports that I have lately visited in these seas) I have forwarded
for insertion in your valuable work, should you think them worthy, or of any
interest to the maritime world. I remain, your's most obedient, WILLIAM Forums, (
Act. Master.) J our.

The Nautical Magazine And Naval Chronicle For 1839

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Raleigh's Tyfoon of 1835.—The facts which have been chiefly relied on for
establishing a south-western course for this gale, are contained in the report of
H.M.S. Raleigh, which was overset and disabled in this gale, in the China Sea,
when under bare poles: which report I have as follows :— “ HIM Brig Raleigh,
Aug. 1, l835.--Working out of Macao Roads—At noon, east end of Grand Ladrone
, E. Q S.-Aug. * American Coast Pilot, 12th edition, p. 629. 1~ See Nautical
Magazine for May, ...

The Nautical Magazine And Naval Chronicle For 1847

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Com. J. B. Cragp, 1842, Devonport—Spider, 6 (1835) Lt-Com. R. E. Pym, 1815,
southeast coast of America—spiteful, am. 6, (1842) East Indies—Spiffire, stx. Lt-
Com. J. A. Macdonald, 1827, Mediterranean-mspriglztly, 1, st.v. (1823) Mast-Com
. J. P. Moon, acting, Hulyhead—Spy, 3 (1841) Lt-Com. S. O. Wooldridge, 1837,
Pacific—Star, 10 (1835) Com. C. L. Hockin, 1846, coast of Africa—Stromboli, 6 (
1839) Com. '1'. Fisher, part. serv—Styor, 6 st.v. (1841) Com. 1'1. Cllads, 1835,
coast of ...

The Nautical Magazine For 1876

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REPORT TO THE PRESIDENT OF THE BOARD OF TRADE ON THE
LEGISLATION CONCERNING MERCHANT SHIPS AND SEAMEN DURING THE
LAST FORTY YEARS, 1835-1875.” BY T. H. FARRER. PURPOSE OF THIS
REPORT. STATEMENTs have been recently made in Parliament and repeated
elsewhere to the effect that our merchant sailors have been neglected, and that
with free trade has come in a system of “laissez faire” with respect to British
shipping and seamen.

The Nautical Magazine And Naval Chronicle For 1837

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the common board, so unpleasant to passengers, injurious to the vessel, and
wasteful to the power. As the acting force of each board is radiating, it propels
while passing under the centre in the ordinary way ; and when it emerges, the
water escapes simultaneously from each narrow board, and, consequently,
cannot take up much.” Mr. Field then proceeds to give a short description of the
diagrams accompanying his letter, which is dated “ Lambeth, November, 1835.”
In the 8th volume ...

The Nautical Magazine And Naval Chronicle For 1863

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The Home was established in 1830, and was opened in 1835; and it has proved
the precursor and parent of many similar establishments in England, America,
and other parts of the world. Its object, as is well known, is to provide comfortable
accommodation for sailors, and its benefits have been so much appreciated that
increased space has become necessary. “The demand for accommodation,” say
the committee, “has now reached such a painful crisis, more than a. hundred men
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