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Printed in Holland

THE

REGISTER

OF

Shipping

FOR THE YEAR 1832.

INSTITUTED ANNO 1760.

LONDON:

PRINTED, FOR THE

SOCIETY FOR THE REGISTRY OF SHIPPING,
4, CASTLE-COURT, BIRCHIN-LANE,

BY
W. MARCHANT,
INGRAM-COURT, FENCHURCH-STREET.

FROM the Number of Alterations and Additions returned weekly into this Office, it is necessary that the Register-Books should he posted every Week; and an Arrangement has been made in the Office for that Purpose. It is therefore requested that the Members will be particular in delivering their Books when called for, and they may depend upon having them returned on the ensuing Day. Any complaint of the Register. not being called for, or returned in proper time when posted, is requested to be communicated to the Office, in writing, that the Committee may be made acquainted therewitha

It is also requested that Members learing Town, and not having Occasion to use their Books, will be pleased to leave them at this Office, where they will be kept regularly posted, and ready for Delivery when wanted.

The Committee likewise request the Subscribers will not leave their Register about Lloyd's Rooms, as sederal Books have been lost by that means, and the number of Books prepared being limited, it may not be in the power of the Committee to furnish others in the place of those so lost.

Any Communication, with Respect to Imperfections in the Register, Ships not appeuring thereon, or such as are undergoing Repairs, fc. will receire immediate Attention.

Registry-Office of Shipping, No. 4, Castle Court, Birchin-Lane,

January 1, 1832.

HARVARD
UNIVERSITY
LIBRARY
APR 27 1964

THE

Names of the Gentlemen

WHO COMPOSE THE

COMMITTEE

FOR CONDUCTING THE

AFFAIRS OF THE SOCIETY.

GEORGE MUNRO.

JOHN LUKE.

ALEXANDER HUTCHISON.

GEORGE SHEDDEN. (CHAIRMAN.)

CHARLES RICHARD HARFORD.

HENRY CHEAPE.

WILLIAM GEORGE SHEDDEN.

BRODIE A. M'GHIE.

JOHN DAWSON.

CRAWFORD DAVISON KERR.

DAVID CARRUTHERS.

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