The Nautical Magazine and Naval Chronicle for 1845

Nautical. Magazine. and. Naval. Chronicle. for. 1845. The Nautical Magazine first
appeared in 1832, and was published monthly well into the twenty-first century. It
covers a wide range of subjects, including navigation, meteorology, technology ...

The Nautical Magazine and Naval Chronicle for 1845

The Nautical Magazine for 1845 features articles on China, seamen's welfare and the Franklin expedition to the North-West Passage.

The Nautical Magazine and Naval Chronicle

A Journal of Papers on Subjects Connected with Maritime Affairs. 1845. 1846 , on
account of the retired allowance of 300 Captains in Her Majesty's Navy ,
commencing on the 1st of October , 1845 , viz :VOTE No. 14. - Half and Retired
Pay of ...

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The Nautical Magazine and Naval Chronicle for 1847

Various. (1845) Lt-Com. R. Phillipps (1830) east coast of Scotland—Bonita, 3 (
1836) Com. T. S. Brock, 1842, Mediterranean—Bramble, 10 (1822) Lt.C.B.Yule,
1842, tender to Rattlesnake, East Indies—Brilliant, 22. (1814) Capt. Watson, ca.

The Nautical Magazine and Naval Chronicle for 1847

The 1850 Nautical Magazine includes descriptions of New Zealand, the Arctic and the Amazon, and discussion of steam engine designs.

The Nautical Magazine and Naval Chronicle for 1850

Januaryum 1845 5 0 5 62 o 14 38 5 7 41 36 “ 1846 4 o 4 87 0 21 54 10 4 18 55 “
1847 5 2 9 94 o 23 57 4 4 24 62 'i 1848 6 0 6 57 2 15 37 10 4 12 33 “ I849 1 1 3
58 o 10 34 11 2 14 31 February...... 1845 0 0 01 46 0 14 30 5 3 10 28 “ 1846 1 o ...

The Nautical Magazine and Naval Chronicle for 1850

The 1850 Nautical Magazine features the Arctic searches for the Franklin expedition, the new Mercantile Marine Act and Turkish vocabulary.

The Nautical Magazine and Naval Chronicle for 1846

MONTHLY Rnconn or NAVAL Movmnnrs. The following have left Plymouth for ...
CoMmmnmis—W. Clark (1840) to Rodney—F. Kemble (1845) to study at Naval
College—P. H. Somerville (1842) to command Wanderer. LIBUTBNANTS—J. M.
 ...

The Nautical Magazine and Naval Chronicle for 1846

The 1846 Nautical Magazine includes reports on tribal warfare in New Zealand, shipwrecks, tidal harbours and a shower of frogs.

The Nautical Magazine and Naval Chronicle for 1859

Hel' Majesty's Government having resolved on another attempt at effecting the
North-West passage into the Pacific Ocean, the Erebus and Terror left our shores
in the spring of 1845 with this object. The ships never returned, but their fate has
 ...

The Nautical Magazine and Naval Chronicle for 1859

The 1859 Nautical Magazine includes reports of British operations in East Asia, setbacks affecting submarine cables and the Franklin searches.

The Nautical Magazine

A Journal of Papers on Subjects Connected with Maritime Affairs. THE ... By
William Kelly , M . D . [ Abridged from a paper read to the Royal Society of
London in July 1845 . ) In that part of the valley of the St . Lawrence , that extends
from ...

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The Nautical Magazine and Naval Chronicle for 1856

Referring to an article in the Nautical Magazine of March last, under the above
designation, I acknowledge that, if it has ... preceding the years 1845 and 1846,
on which the progress of the Expedition of Sir John Franklin materially depended,
 ...

The Nautical Magazine and Naval Chronicle for 1856

The 1856 Nautical Magazine includes reports on proposals for canals at Suez and Panama and for a telegraph to India.

The Nautical Magazine and Naval Chronicle for 1853

'I' e Herald was commissioned on the 11th of February, 1845, at Plymouth, and
paid off at Chatham on the 16th of J one, 1851!. Place. Arrived. Sailed. I Place.
Arrived. Sailed. 1845 1848 Sheerness . 26 May B. Honda . 20 Apr. Norc . . . 26
May ...

The Nautical Magazine and Naval Chronicle for 1853

The Nautical Magazine for 1853 includes reports on China, India and Australia, and the successful traversing of the North-West Passage.

The Nautical Magazine and Naval Chronicle for 1869

During the interval between 1836 and 1845 the Trinity House had bought up
many of the private lights, and brought things into a better state. The
recommendations of that Committee were embodied in the Act of 1846, which
gave ample ...

The Nautical Magazine and Naval Chronicle for 1869

The 1869 Nautical Magazine reports the completion of the Suez Canal and the Pacific Railroad and a proposed Channel Tunnel.

The Nautical Magazine and Naval Chronicle for 1860

by the signature of' a well known naval oflicer celebrated in arctic history as the
friend and companion of Franklin in one of his disastrous expeditions. ... Back to
Graham Gore, May, 1845. ... To the Editor of tile Nautical Magazine. firm ifiuuka.

The Nautical Magazine and Naval Chronicle for 1860

The 1860 Nautical Magazine includes articles on Japan, the Panama Railroad, the transatlantic cable, the Haj and a solar eclipse.

The Nautical Magazine and Naval Chronicle for 1858

Number Value of Year. of Salvage. Expenses. vessels vessels and cargoes.
dollars. dollars. dollars. 1844 . . . . . . . . . . . . 29 93,712 169,065 725,000 1845 . . . .
. . . . . . . . 26 69,592 105,709 737,000 1846 .......... . . 56 122,892 231,423
1,597,600 ...

The Nautical Magazine and Naval Chronicle for 1858

The 1858 Nautical Magazine reports on the inauguration of the first Atlantic cable and relations between China and the West.

The Nautical Magazine and Naval Chronicle for 1848

[ExPLANA'r10N.——st.-sh. steam-ship, h. p. hqrse-power, 1;. tons, c. crew, 1).
built ] SAILING VssseLi. Agmcourt',72, t. 1747, c" 416, l). 1817, Captain W. B.
Mends. 1814, Devonport; Alarm, 26, t. 910, c. 240, b. 1845, Capt in G. G. Loch,
1841, ...

The Nautical Magazine and Naval Chronicle for 1848

The Nautical Magazine for 1848 focuses especially on Arctic exploration, Caribbean hurricanes, lighthouses and the geography and economy of Madeira.

The Nautical Magazine and Naval Chronicle for 1870

463 1845 ... 235 1861 424 1830 372 1846 134 1862 674 1831 287 1847 157
1863 714 1832 ... 310 1848 ... 123 1864 698 1833 449 1849 209 1865 714 1834
214 1850 470 1866 921 1835 ... 364 1851 ... 230 1867 ... 1086 1836 ... 225 1852
 ...

The Nautical Magazine and Naval Chronicle for 1870

The 1870 Nautical Magazine, the last volume edited by Rear-Admiral Becher, focuses on the Suez Canal, Australia and Canada.

The Nautical Magazine and Naval Chronicle for 1866

[On the subject of fogs our readers will no doubt remember the excellent remarks
of Dr. Kelly on- those of the St. Lawrence in our volume for 1845, and some
important observations by Mr. Gill, Master, R.N. But we meet with some remarks
on ...

The Nautical Magazine and Naval Chronicle for 1866

The 1866 Nautical Magazine includes articles on disturbances in Jamaica, piracy in China, and education and pensions for seamen.

The Nautical Magazine and Naval Chronicle for 1868

The end of the long war, however, left the navy without much occupation, and the
subject was again revived, chiefly owing to ... The subsequent expedition of
Franklin in the Erebus and Terror, which left England in 1845, and was never
again ...

The Nautical Magazine and Naval Chronicle for 1868

The 1868 Nautical Magazine includes coverage of the Pacific region, a tsunami and possible climate impacts of deforestation and pollution.

The Nautical Magazine and Naval Chronicle for 1863

Well do I remember that in 1845, at Islay, the port of Arequipa, two Peruvian ships
of war which had been lying five month at anchor there, parted their chain cables
at the water line, drove on the rocks in a moderate breeze, and went to pieces.

The Nautical Magazine and Naval Chronicle for 1863

The 1863 Nautical Magazine features South-East Asia and Australia, and reports progress on the Suez Canal and the transatlantic cable.

The Nautical Magazine and Naval Chronicle for 1862

... to myself most probable that he reached Raven Island in his boat and was
there killed, according to a report published in the Friend of January, 1853. In
1845, Captain Cheyne, of the trading schooner Naz'ad, passed Ebon or Boston
Island.

The Nautical Magazine and Naval Chronicle for 1862

The 1862 Nautical Magazine reports on the Slave Trade Treaty, trans-Canadian transport, submarine telegraph projects and a scientific balloon ascent.