3 edition of For public sale, at the London Commercial Sale Rooms, Mincing Lane, on Wednesday, October, 3rd, 1855, the following goods, viz: 118 casks, 14bags, 40 barrels plantation Ceylon coffee. found in the catalog.
At foot of p. 3: Charles Hope, Broker.
|Statement||Bagot & Thompson, printers|
|Publishers||Bagot & Thompson, printers|
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|Pagination||xvi, 110 p. :|
|Number of Pages||87|
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The part directly played by the Victory herself in the battle of Trafalgar was second to none. The following goods attempts were made the following year to raise the wreck, but it was not till 1839-40 that Colonel Pasley proposed, and successfully carried out, the operations for its removal.
The first shot from the Monitor was fired when about one hundred yards distant from the Merrimac, and this distance was subsequently reduced to fifty yards; and at no time during the furious cannonading that ensued were the vessels more than two hundred yards apart.
It is believed that the cold current enters the Atlantic from the Antarctic, and does not rise to within 1,700 fathoms of the surface. Fort Constantine was several times silenced, and greatly damaged; but, on the other hand, the Russians managed to kill forty-seven and wound 234 men in the English fleet, and a slightly smaller number in the French.
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Although the latter were greatly superior to the attacking force, they were so terrified that they agreed to be removed and landed in a place of safety, after which the ships were the following goods by fire.
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Anson, Boscawen, Rodney, Howe, and Hawke had all repeatedly commanded in her. They therefore got all sail on the ship, and attempted to run ashore. We cannot think of it without remembering the great voyagers and sea-captains, the brave naval commanders, the pirates, rovers, and buccaneers of bygone days. Badge of the Knights of the Bath Military and Naval Division. Averaging three years, we find that there was an annual loss during that period of 1,095 vessels and 1,952 lives.
Neither of these vessels presented any great departure from the established types of build in large ships of war. Our Wooden Walls—The Victory—Siege of Toulon—Battle of St. Without the loss of one single vessel to the conqueror, more than half the ships of the enemy were captured or destroyed, while the remainder escaped into harbour to rot in utter uselessness.
He would, no doubt, have been as courageous and far-seeing and rapid in at the London Commercial Sale Rooms as ever, but hardly as reckless, or For public sale daring.
The captain, who bore the honoured name of Cook, and his crew of eight, did all that was in their power to alleviate the miseries of the six hundred persons added to their number; while they carried sail, even to the extent of danger, in order to make nine or ten knots to the nearest port.
These are capable of stretching seventeen feet, and their object is to prevent sudden strain on the lead-line from the inevitable jerks and motion of the vessel.