Collisions at Sea

By Chas. M. McCarteney, Lieutenant, U.S.N.
April 1889
Bureau of Navigation, Navy Department,Washington, D. C.In view of the interest felt by maritime nations on the subject of collisions at sea, and the means proposed for the prevention of ...

Domestic Steels for Naval Purposes

By Lieutenant-Commander J.G. Eaton, U.S.N.
April 1889
The adoption of steel in place of iron on board our men-of-war is now an accomplished fact. The line officer finds his hulls, rigging, masts, guns and carriages, shields and ...

Bibliographic Notes

April 1889
AMERICAN CHEMICAL JOURNAL.Volume XI, No. 2, February, 1889. Decomposition of cobalt and nickel, Krüss and Gerhardt (translation). Reviews and reports: Recent progress in industrial chemistry. Notes: Hydrazine.Volume XI, No. 3 ...

Professional Notes

April 1889
THE THURLOW CAST-STEEL GUN.The Act of Congress of March 3, 1887, appropriated $20,400 for three rough-bored and turned cast-steel 6-inch guns, and under the proposals of the Navy Department ...

Special Notice

April 1889
NAVAL INSTITUTE PRIZE ESSAY, 1890.A prize of one hundred dollars and a gold medal is offered by the Naval Institute for the best Essay presented, subject to the following rules:Competition ...


April 1889
The U. S. Naval Institute was established in 1873, having for Its object the advancement of professional and scientific knowledge in the Navy. It now enters upon its seventeenth year ...

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