Proceedings Magazine - 1878 Vol. 4/2/5

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Navigation is defined by one of the old writers upon this subject to be "the art of conducting a vessel from one port to another in the safest, speediest and most accurate manner, as wind and...

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A Brief Account of the Progress of the Art of Navigation

Navigation is defined by one of the old writers upon this subject to be "the art of conducting a vessel from one port to another in the...

The Barometer in High Southern Latitudes

In submitting the following, I am aware that I may be assailed with the remark that a rule cannot be laid down from observations during so limited...

On a Proposed Type of Cruiser for the United States Navy

For many years, we have, perforce, remained comparatively idle, without making any improvement in our Navy, content that it should be so because...

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U. S. Naval Institute,

Annapolis, Md., June 13, 1878.

Commander A. T. Mahan, U. S. N., Vice President, in the Chair.

The...


 
 

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