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Nautical Standard (Newspaper) - May 1, 1847, London, Middlesex AND STEAM NAVIGATION Vol. 16.] May 1, 1847. 6cL 251 Poetry The Spirit of the 251 Admiralty William Hay's 252 Arrival of the Hazard from the East of the Star from Naval Heroine Case of Drowning 253 The Royal Dockyards and Royal Dockyard Dockyard 253 Coast Guard and 254 Her Majesty's 254 Contract Mail Packet 257 Navy 258 Insurance Case of the French Naval 246 Holyhead Harbour 246 The Sarah Sir W. Snow Foreign and States and of Good The War in Mercantile Committee on Navigation 24< Duke of Sutherland 248 Imperial of Coast Enlistment Act 48 St Me of the 249 250 ER MAJESTY'S THEATR 0a\\Ut&l j I Subscribers to the and the are respectfully informed that MADEMOISELLE JENNY LIND Will make her first appearance in this country on TUESDAY the 4th of STEAM NAVIGATION HER MAJESTY'S MAY 1, 1847. NAVAL MAL Mr. Hume's motion upon the mHE SECOND APPEARANCE OF -n lhe D of in this JL JENNY LIND in this A. ' and the Public are respectfully informed that an extra night during fifteen somewhat startled the will take place on THURSDAY May 6th, when will bo House of at the even though its Meyerbeer's celebrated Roberto il DiA- was for few of the Members had fully Jenny Madame V. o- i o i estimated the boldness oi the appeal to the Gardoni rl and 2nd appearance in which the Veteran of Reform had determined this with various entertainments in the Ballet and when the time poured forth Upon the comprising the talents of Marie and L. M. M. P. and M. St. The Nautical and may be had at No. 5, with all the resistless power of to and The debate that followed will be found this day in the - i field in the House of on That but not the is The phalanx of 300 desirous of receiving the Nautical fell before the march of the but the spirit of Standard are respectfully informed that it is forwarded by the morning mails and the earliest posts to all parts of the on payment of 6s. 6d. per 13s. half a and 6s. a year or one if paid in Post office orders are to be made payable to Mr. Thomas and all other communications are Greece was not and the Persian ranks melted before an assembled nation in and thus shall it be cause of truth must succeed Mr. Lord and Captain Napier well supported Mr. in the midst of a to be addressed to the at the Rutland disgracefully thin house Ave say disgracefully Upper Thames Annual subscriptions of for it might have been supposed that such a ques one guinea in advance payable to Mr. Thomas tion as the efficiency 0f tne British Fleet would nib as are particularly recommended to the w & m attendance of Mr Officers of the Royal Those officers who are c x v Ward attempted no he promised bet on Foreign as well as those who are on the f Home will without further have ter behaviour m and so quashed the motion their papers punctually forwarded to them from this He left li to Sir James graham to defend the their address being regulated by the information obtained for the columns of the Nautical as to stations at home and ONE GUINEA PER If paid in the board of which that honourable member formed a part. We need not make a comment upon how Sir James defended He said nothing new on the except taking great apparent comfort to that the Members of the School of Naval Architecture had been kindly This would at amused the had it been generally understood that Mr. now a Master who Sir James made a Member o Old cannot advance the interests of the profession the for that night and then a lecturer nor those of the class to which he by such to the has no claim to such bitions as those with which he has favoured We Mr. another Master was not cannot consider that a man should forego promoted till Lord haddington came into because he is on the near side of half Mr the and Inspector or has acquired an ample fortune by Qf was not promoted till the same board NOTICE TO other What kindnesses have the Members of the School of Naval Architecture to thank Sir James Graham Sir Charles we rejoiced to was not to e put down by Captain He boldly asserted that he saw not through the medium of that honourable or with the eyes of his when he from the information of Sir David that in a severe gale of in the the the with his own beheld her the leeward ship in the Sir Charles thought there might possibly have been two gales of wind referred but the merits of the Vanguard as a that would weather a gale of was rather negatived by his With respect to Berkeley's defence of Sir W. k SpEncer Robinson to the Earl of lately The or rather demerits of the so highly praised by Captain are therein set forth in their true and it would appear that the mildest term Captain Spencer could apply to her was that of But our space fails and we must hurry our remarks to a Again we the cause is not Mr. Hume knows that in the House of was not carried in a Let him continue his exertions in the great cause he has Upon every fitting let him demand returns in all matters of expenditure connected with the construction department of the British and if let him divide the till Government is forced to do justice to the Floating Walls of Old after the desperate defence of a bad system on Thursday night was only intended to sooth the fall of the Perhaps it is even now determined that he shall take the to in a few he will be as honourable members occasionally speak against so has the Surveyor built against We trust it may prove the pension he will speedily relieve the Royal Dockyards of an and the Naval Architecture of England may then be restored to health and to took his case into he having turned his attention to a new branch or that read and continued in the office of fore- We would fain believe that men enter the service of the Royal Navy with higher motives than those merely of pecuniary and the more rich men we have in the the higher it will surely rise in in the estimation of the and the better chance from the time they left the more than it will have of obtaining a just dispensation of its pat 20 years till the one was made Assistant Master consideration with the present by Lord in 1844, and the favoured sister The Acting by Lord the THE INSURANCE CASE OF THE SEA We give in another part of our paper a notice of the progress made in the of the Sea This important cause will now have fair is all we ask for the Sea the hands oi confident as we are that she and her received nothing but fair play at the hands of her We are glad that the case is The evidence collected by a Commission at
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