The 1873 Nautical Magazine includes shipbuilding statistics, information on ports, fisheries and steam liners, and criticism of proposed seaworthiness legislation.... of the apparatus, and this in spite of all the printed instructions, which are issued at every shipping office in the United Kingdom. ... But for these her coal would have lain hid, and the sails of many ships would not have mantled on her bosom. ... The owners of several ships have, through the representations of the consignees, instructed their masters to be firm in ... with two monthsa#39; advance, and there is every reason to hope that an effectual stop has been put to the malpractices of theanbsp;...
|Title||:||The Nautical Magazine for 1873|
|Author||:||Various, Various authors|
|Publisher||:||Cambridge University Press - 2015-01-29|