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" ... points of division, and also at the upper and lower points of the depth; number them from above as before; multiply the second, fourth... "
The Statutes at Large of the United States from ... - Page 1975
by United States Department of State - 1915
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The Law Journal for the Year 1832-1949: Comprising Reports of Cases in the ...

Law reports, digests, etc - 1854
...to the sum add the first breadth and the seventh ; multiply the quantity thus obtained by one third of the common interval between the breadths, and the product shall be deemed the transverse area. (3.) Having thus ascertained the transverse area at each point of division of the length of the ship...
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A Treatise of the Law Relative to Merchant Ships and Seamen: In Six Parts ...

Charles Abbott (Baron Tenterden) - Maritime law - 1854 - 557 pages
...and to the sum add the first breadth and the fifth ; multiply the quantity thus obtained by one third of the common interval between the breadths, and the product shall be deemed the transverse area ; but if the midship depth exceed sixteen feet, divide each depth into six equal parts instead of four,...
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Statuts de la province du Canada

Canada - Session laws - 1854
...to the Sum add the First Breadth and the Seventh ; multiply the Quantity thus obtained by One Third of the common Interval between the Breadths, and the Product shall be deemed the Transverse Area. (3.) Having thus ascertained the Transverse Areaat each Point ofdivision ofthe lengthof the Ship as...
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Statutes at Large ...: (37 v.) A collection of the public general statutes ...

Great Britain - 1854
...and to the Sum add the First Breadth and the Fifth ; multiply the Quantity thus obtained by One Third of the common Interval between the Breadths, and the Product shall be deemed the Transverse Area ; bat if the Midship Depth exceed Sixteen Feet, divide each Depth into Six equal Parts instead of Four,...
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Anno decimo septimo et decimo octavo Victoriae reginae Magnae Britanniae et ...

Great Britain - 1854 - 252 pages
...to the Sum add the First Breadth and the Seventh ; multiply the Quantity thus obtained by One Third of the common Interval between the Breadths, and the Product shall be deemed the Transverse Area. (3.) Having thus ascertained the Transverse Areaateach Point of division of the length of the Ship...
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Recueil des traitÚs et conventions conclus par l'Autriche avec ..., Volume 15

Austria - Austria - 1878
...to the sum add the first breadth and the seventh; multiply the quantity thus obtained by one third of the common interval between the breadths, and the product shall be deemed the transverse area. 3. Having thus ascertained the transverse area at each point of division of the length of the ship...
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Dana's Seaman's friend

Richard Henry Dana - 1856 - 365 pages
...multiply the second and fourth by four, and the third by two ; add these products together, and to the sum add the first breadth and the fifth ; multiply the...and the product shall be deemed the transverse area ; but if the midship depth exceed sixteen feet, divide each depth into six equal parts instead of four,...
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On the stowage of ships and their cargoes

Robert White Stevens - History - 1859
...multiply the second and fourth by four, and the third by two; add these products together, and to the sum, add the first breadth and the fifth; multiply the...common interval between the breadths, and the product is deemed the transver-se area; but if the midship depth exceed sixteen feet, divide each depth into...
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The Australian Shipmaster's Guide: A Handbook of Mercantile and Maritime ...

John Joseph Shillinglaw - Maritime law - 1858 - 187 pages
...to the Sum add the First Breadih and the Seventh; multiply the Quantity thus obtained by One Third of the common Interval between the Breadths, and the Product shall be deemed the Transverse Area. Computation from Areas. (3.) Having thus ascertained the Transverse Area at each Point of Division...
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Report of the Annual Meeting, Volume 27

British Association for the Advancement of Science - Science - 1858
...fifth by two; add these products together, and, to the sum, add the first breadth and the seventh ; multiply the quantity thus obtained by one-third of...the common interval between the breadths, and the products shall be deemed the transverse area. 3. Having thus ascertained the transverse area at each...
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