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THE

NAUTICAL MAGAZINE

AND

ftoual (pronirte

FOR 1861.

A JOUKNAL OF PAPEES

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MARITIME AFFAIRS.

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SIMPKIN, MARSHALL AND CO., STATIONER'S HALL COURT;

AND

J. D. POTTER, 31, POULTRY, AND 11, KING STREET,
TOWER HILL.

10HDON: WALTER SPIERS, PRINTER, GRRAT PREBCOT BTRBET.

Extracts from a Lecture on the late Royal Visit,—Delivered before

the Young Men's Christian Association and Literary Institute,

Charlottetown, December 13th, 1860, by the President, Captain

Orlebar, R.N., 131

Fanning Island,—an Incident, 432

Finding Compass Deviation at Kronstat, 619

French Naval Reserve, 621

Gleanings of the Japanese, 123

Glendinning Shoal, Indian Ocean, 109, 167

Ianthe Shoal, Caroline Islands, 166

Iron-Cased Ships of the British Navy, 661

Iron Ships and their Docks, 373

Isle Hainan, China, 639

Isle Reunion,—late Bourbon,—Indian Ocean, 113, 170

Japan, the Amoor, and the Pacific, 379

Lunars, 50

Lunar Equinoctials, 69, 164, 190, 268, 342, 384, 492

Magnetic Variation. By G. B. Airy, Astronomer Royal, 344

More about the Feejees. By B. Seeman, Ph.D., 478

More Bottles, 564

Mossel Bay as a Harbour of Refuge, 562

Natchendall Island, Indian Ocean, 620

Nautical Notices, 52,102,166, 218, 342, 897, 453, 510, 566, 599,

612, 694

New Books:

Cook's Voyages. Edited by John Barrow, Esq., 223

Journal van de Reis naar bet Oubckende Zuidland, inden jare 1642

door Abel Jansz Tasman, &c, 224

Letters from High Latitudes: being some Account of a Voyage in
the schooner yacht " Foam," &c. By Lord Dufferin, 695

The Physical Geography of the Sea and its Meteorology. By M.

F. Maury, LL.D., U.S.N., 111

Transactions of the Institute of Naval Architects, Vol. I. Edited
by E. J. Reed, M.I.N.A., Secretary of the Institution, 111

Winds and their Courses,—a Practical Exposition of the Laws
which Govern the Movements of Hurricanes and Gales, &c. By

G. Jinman, Master Mariner, 343

New Charts, 56, 110, 167, 280, 398, 456, 512 668, 694

Note on a Method of Reducing the Apparent Distance of the Moon

from Sun or Star to the True Distance. By Admiral C. R. D.

Bethune; 205

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