United States Coast Pilot

Parts I-II : from the St. Croix River to Cape Ann U.S. Coast and Geodetic Survey.
be made on the starboard bow and left about smile on the starboard hand . At
night Pemaquid light will be in sight to the northward , and Segnin light will be on
 ...

United States Coast Pilot


United States Coast Pilot

To stand along shore , keeping in sight of the lights at night and passing outside
of all dangers , steer WSW . ... Damiscove and the other islands lying off
Boothbay will be on the starboard bow , and the southernmost , Pumpkin Island ,
should ...

United States Coast Pilot


The Merchants Magazine and Commercial Review

The green starboard light should be visible in a clear night at a distance of at
least two miles , and should throw an ... and the lantern is so arranged that it
shows light from the bow of the ship around to two points abast the starboard
beam . 3.

The Merchants  Magazine and Commercial Review


Merchants Magazine and Commercial Review

The green starboard light should be visible in a clear night at a distance of at
least two miles , and should throw an ... and the lantern is so arranged that it
shows light from the bow of the ship around to two points abaft the starboard
beam . 3 .

Merchants  Magazine and Commercial Review


Hunt s Merchants Magazine and Commercial Review

The green starboard light should be visible in a clear night at a distance of at
least two miles , and should throw an ... and the lantern is so arranged that it
shows light from the bow of the ship around to two points abaft the starboard
beam . 3.

Hunt s Merchants  Magazine and Commercial Review


The Pacific Reporter

... minutes before said collision , ( being three and three - sevenths miles away , )
one - half a point off the starboard bow . ... and showing her red light to both the
tug and bark , the bark bearing three - tenths of a point off the port bow of the ship
 ...

The Pacific Reporter


The Supreme Court Reporter

collision , ( being two and three - quarters miles away , ) one - third of a point off
the starboard bow . ... port bow of the tug , and showing her red light to both the
tug and bark ; the bark bearing three - tenths of a point off the port bow of the ship
.

The Supreme Court Reporter


United States Supreme Court Reports

... the ship bearing At twenty minutes before said collision ( being one half of a
point off the port bow of the tug ' , three and two ninths miles away ) , one half a
point showing her red light to both the tug and the bark : off the starboard bow .
and ...

United States Supreme Court Reports

First series, books 1-43, includes "Notes on U.S. reports" by Walter Malins Rose.

The Law Journal Reports

It was starboard side , ” and later on he saw the hazy , and occasionally a little
thick . The red light about half a point upon the starship was about eighty miles S .
W . of board bow , when he first saw it from the Ushant , and her lights were ...

The Law Journal Reports


The Law Journal Reports

It was starboard side , " and later on he saw the hazy , and occasionally a little
thick . The red light about half a point upon the starship was about eighty miles
S.W. of board bow , when he first saw it from the Ushant , and her lights were
brightly ...

The Law Journal Reports


Lake Effect

The Mate thought it was bad enough to call off the watch out on the deck. When I
... In about a half an hour, we'll pass Marblehead on our starboard side,” the Mate
said. After looking for a few minutes, I saw a light off our bow, to the starboard.

Lake Effect

Twenty six year old Nicolette Strickland has been working on the lakes for five seasons. Her and her friend Earl Franklin board an ore carrier from the mail boat in Detroit in August. The story picks up in November when the unloading boom goes overboard in heavy weather in Lake Superior. Nick has to help the other guys to get the boom back onboard. In Sault Ste Marie, they pick up an unwanted guest and Nick continues to rack her brain to figure out the identity of her secret admirer. After unloading in Cleveland, Nick gets into a fight with Earl. Nick meets the Mate at a restaurant and accidently discovers that he is the secret admirer. They both live in Marblehead, so he takes her home. When the boom is fixed, they go to Lorain to get a load of coal. They have to fix a turbine on the way. In Lake Huron the weather turns bad but they have Thanksgiving dinner on board. Nick and several guys get the 24 hour fl u before they get to Duluth. After unloading the coal, the ship goes to Winter lay-up and most of the crew leave. Nick and Earl catch a commercial flight to Cleveland. A couple of the crew are on the airplane. A week later they attend a retirement party for Captain Kompsii. A small fight ensues after the party. Back in Marblehead, Nick finds out that her former shipmate, Guiddo, is in bad shape from a stroke. Nick arranges to complete her degree over the winter. She finds herself hanging out with the Mate quite frequently.

House Documents

I saw a steamer's mast-head light distant between five and six miles, rounding
Kanonsaki light, and it passed from allead of the Oneida to the starboard bow,
and from the eastward of Kanonsaki light to the westward. Then I heard Mr.
Muldaur's ...

House Documents


Journal

I should think from six to eight miles . 138. And you could then see her three lights
distinctly ? Not when I ported the helm ; I only saw her mast - head light bearing
nearly right ahead . 139. On which bow was she ? A little on the starboard bow .

Journal


Cases Argued and Decided in the Supreme Court of the United States

It appears by the evidence of the master, lookout, mate and wheelman of the
propeller, that when they first made the red light of the schooner, it was from a
point and a half to two points off the propeller's starboard bow, and that the
schooner ...

Cases Argued and Decided in the Supreme Court of the United States

Complete with headnotes, summaries of decisions, statements of cases, points and authorities of counsel, annotations, tables, and parallel references.

The American Law Times Reports

She had a right to presume that in the presence of her exposed green light , the
ship would continue to expose her green light ... The first officer of the steamer ,
Mr . Bence , was on her bridge , watching the green light off his starboard bow .

The American Law Times Reports


The American Law Times

She had a right to presume that in the presence of her exposed green light , the
ship would continue to expose her green light and ... The first officer of the
steamer , Mr. Bence , was on her bridge , watching the green light off his
starboard bow .

The American Law Times


The Federal Reporter

The pilot states that when the schooner was getting across the steamer ' s bow ,
and was about 100 . yards off , he discovered for the first time , through his
glasses , a small green light in the schooner ' s starboard rigging . The pilot and
master ...

The Federal Reporter

Includes cases argued and determined in the District Courts of the United States and, Mar./May 1880-Oct./Nov. 1912, the Circuit Courts of the United States; Sept./Dec. 1891-Sept./Nov. 1924, the Circuit Courts of Appeals of the United States; Aug./Oct. 1911-Jan./Feb. 1914, the Commerce Court of the United States; Sept./Oct. 1919-Sept./Nov. 1924, the Court of Appeals of the District of Columbia.

The Law Journal for the Year 1832 1949

Then She kept her course , and I here refer to I saw the red light and the
masthead the evidence given by the look - out , an ... eighty miles S . W . of board
bow , when he first saw it from the Ushant , and her lights were brightly starboard
side .

The Law Journal for the Year 1832 1949


The Federal Cases

Comprising Cases Argued and Determined in the Circuit and District Courts of
the United States from the Earliest ... the ship was under his lee bow , and Sands '
Point light was nearly ahead , on the starboard side , between the jib boom and ...

The Federal Cases


Reports of Cases Argued and Decided in the Supreme Court of the United States

when they first made the red light of the schoon . 13 U . S . Stat . at L . , p . 61 , Art
. 16 ; Holt , Rule er , it was from a point and a half to two points of the Road , 200 ,
The Joseph Staker v . The Karla . off the propeller ' s starboard bow , and that ...

Reports of Cases Argued and Decided in the Supreme Court of the United States