Proceedings Magazine - 1882 Vol 8/1/19

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PRESIDENT,

REAR-ADMIRAL C. R. P. RODGERS.

VICE-PRESIDENT,

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  • Our Merchant Marine: The Causes of Its Decline, And the Means to Be Taken For Its Revival
    By Lieut. J. D. J. Kelley, U. S. N.

    Prize Essay of 1882.

    “Nil clarius aquis.”

  • Our Merchant Marine: The Causes of Its Decline, And the Means to Be Taken For Its Revival.
    By Lieut.-Commander F. E. Chadwick, U.S.N.

    Honorable Mention.

    "Spero meliora."

    What is the measure of the desirability of the carrying trade?

  • Our Merchant Marine: The Causes of Its Decline, And the Means to Be Taken For Its Revival
    By Master C. G. Calkins, U.S.N.

    Honorable Mention.

     “Mais il faut cultiver noire jardin.”

  • Our Merchant Marine: The Causes of Its Decline, And the Means to Be Taken For Its Revival
    By Lieutenant R. Wainwright, U.S.N.

    Honorable Mention.

    Causa latet: vis est yiotissima.

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  • Officers of the Institute, 1882

    PRESIDENT,

    REAR-ADMIRAL C. R. P. RODGERS.

    VICE-PRESIDENT,

    CAPTAIN F. M. RAMSAY.

    ...
  • List of Members

    LIST OF MEMBERS.

    526.

    April 1882.

    Notice.—The Proceedings will be sent to the...

  • Necrology

    Chief Engineer Albert Aston. Born, Middletown, Conn., Dec. 29, 1838. Appointed Third Assistant Engineer from Connecticut, Feb. 21, 1861. Office Engineer-in-Chief, April 4, 1861—Nov. 21, 1865. Promoted to Second...

  • Annual Report of the Secretary

    Mr. President, and Members of the Institute.

    I have the honor to make the following Report in regard to matters connected with the Naval Institute for the preceding year, speaking at the same time for the Executive Committee, as well as...

  • Treasurer's Report

    To the President, Officers and Members of the U. S. Naval Institute.

    Gentlemen :—

    Chief Engineer James P. Sprague, who was, for many years, the faithful Treasurer of the Institute, died on the 15th...

  • Constitution

    Title.

    Article I. The organization shall be known as the United States Naval Institute.

    Object.

    Art. II. Its object shall be the advancement of...

  • By-Laws

    Article I. The rules of the United States House of Representatives shall, in so far as applicable, govern the parliamentary proceedings of the Society.

    Art. II. 1. At both regular and stated meetings the routine...

  • Our Merchant Marine: The Causes of its Decline, and the Means to be taken for its Revival
    Lieut. J. D. J. Kelley

    "Nil clarius aquis."

    I.

  • Our Merchant Marine; The Causes of its Decline, and the Means to be taken for its Revival
    Master C. G. Calkins

    “Mais il faut cultiver noire jardin.”

     

  • Our Merchant Marine: The Causes of its Decline, and the Means to be taken for its Revival
    Lieut.-Commander F. E. Chadwick

    "Spero meliora."

     

    What is the measure of the desirability of the carrying trade?

     

  • Our Merchant Marine: The Causes of its Decline, and the Means to be taken for its Revival
    Lieutenant R. Wainwright

    Causa latet: vis est yiotissima.

     

  • Our Merchant Marine: The Causes of its Decline, and the Means to be taken for its Revival
    Ensign W. G. David

    Tempori parendum.

     

    Historical.

     

    In order to understand the causes of the decay of American shipping and to suggest remedies for its revival, a brief review of the rise and fall of the great maritime nations...

  • Post-Graduate Instruction in Natural History, for Naval Officers
    Chas. E. Munroe

    In January last a post-graduate course in natural history was inaugurated by the detailing of six midshipmen to duty at the National Museum as assistants to Prof. Baird, by whom they were assigned to the care of the different Curators. The...

  • Note on Sladen's Gunnery
    Professor J. M. Rice

    The values of φ and φ' derived in the following note are given in Major Sladen's Principles of Gunnery, pages 74 and 75, London, 1879, with a reference to Mr. W. D. Niven's paper On the Trajectories of Shot, published in the...

  • In Memoriam: Rear Admiral John Rodgers, U. S. N.

    REAR ADMIRAL JOHN RODGERS, U. S. N.

    In Memoriam.

    John Rodgers, the late Senior Rear Admiral on the active list of the Navy, died at Washington, D. C., on the 5th...


 
 

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