An Analysis of One Hundred Voyages to and from India, China, &c: Performed by Ships in the Honorable East India Company's Service; with Remarks on the Advantages of Steam-power Applied as an Auxiliary Aid to Shipping; and Suggestions for Improving Thereby the Communication with India, Viā the Cape of Good Hope
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African Coast Anambas application of steam-power April Ascension Island auxiliary aid Bombay Harbour calms and light Cape Good Hope CHINA towards ENGLAND Chro Crockatoa Crossed the Equator deck detention from calms Distance Date Entered the N.E.Trade Entered the S. E. faint airs H. C. SHIP Head and England Helena for England Hours Hours Hours Java Head June Latitude Longitude Hours leagues Left Macao Roads Left St light airs light fair foul light variable airs Lizard Point Log REMARKS Lost the S. E. Madras Roads March miles N. E. Monsoon noon ŗ ŗ occasional application Passed Pulo Passed the Island Peak Penang period of detention Pilot on board Portland Bill Princes Island Pulo Aor Pulo Penang received a Pilot S. E. Trade Sand Heads Saw the Island Sea Logs Singapore Straits smooth water Sunda Straits Tons Total days Total period VOYAGE HOMEWARD VOYAGE OUTWARD Wind