Proceedings Magazine - 1896 Vol. 22/4/80

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THE RIGHT OF SERACH AND ITS LIMITATION IN TIME OF PEACE.[*]

Visitation and Search in Time of Peace.

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  • The Right of Search and its Limitation in Time of Peace
    Professor Theodore S. Woolsey

    THE RIGHT OF SERACH AND ITS LIMITATION IN TIME OF PEACE.[*]

    Visitation and Search in Time of Peace.

  • The Chronology and Geographical Distribution of Icebergs in the Southern and Antarctic Oceans
    W. T. Gray, M. S.

    Icebergs in the northern oceans have received much attention at the hands of many intelligent writers, but comparatively little has been published in recent years concerning the ice in the southern and Antarctic oceans. It appears from what has...

  • Target Practice at Sea
    Lieut. W. J. Sears, U. S. N.

    It appears from recent instructions in regard to the subject that it is considered possible to simplify the method of conducting target practice. This probably includes the preparation for practice, the method of obtaining data with which to...

  • Naphtha Fuel for War-Ships
    Lieut. M. Vasilieff, Russian Navy

    Translated from the Russian (Morskoi Sbornik, August, 1896) by Lieut. John B. Bernardou, U. S. N.

    In submitting a sketch of the development of the employment of naphtha fuel for war-ships, I do not...

  • Development of Ordnance and Armor in the Immediate Past and Future
    P. R. Alger, Professor of Mathematics, U. S. Navy

    DEVELOPMENT OF ORDNANCE AND ARMOR IN THE IMMEDIATE PAST AND FUTURE[*]

  • Armor and Heavy Ordnance. Recent Developments and Standards
    W. H. Jaques

    When I picked up the last issue of Brassey's Naval Annual (1896) and upon the title-page read—''No system of conduct, however correct in principle, can protect neutral powers from injury from any party.

  • Professional Notes

    A GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF THE WHITEHEAD TORPEDO.

    WITH A BRIEF SUMMARY OF ITS PREPARATION, ON BOARD SHIP, FOR A RUN,

    By W. J. Sears, Lieutenant, U. S. Navy....

  • Book Notices

    The Progress of Artillery. Naval Guns. By James Atkinson Longridge. E. F. Spon, London. Spon & Chamberlain, 12 Cortlandt Street, New York.

    The substance of Mr. Longridge’s “...

  • Bibliographic Notes

    [American.]

    NOTES ON THE YEAR’S NAVAL PROGRESS, July, 1896.

    No. XV of the General Information Series, Office of Naval Intelligence. Information from Abroad.

    This number contains...

  • Officers of the Institute

    President.

    Rear-Admiral S. B. LUCE, U. S. Navy.
     

    Vice-President.

    Captain PHILIP H....

  • Special Notice

    NAVAL INSTITUTE PRIZE ESSAY, 1897.


    A prize of one hundred dollars, with a gold medal, is offered by the Naval Institute for the best essay presented on any subject pertaining to the naval...

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