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boat-harb, at Queenstown, with breakwater for shelter and accommodation for small boats. The river Lee is navigable for ships of the largest class for about 2} miles above Haulbowline to Passage West, whence the river channel to Cork is 51 miles long by 25oft to 300ft wide, with 14st depth at LWST. The quays along the river Lee are under the jurisdiction of the Harb. Commissioners. The greatest depth alongside quays in Queenstown Harb. at LW is 24ft at new deep-water quay. . Altogether the quayage space is upwards of four miles in length, with a depih of from 7ít to 23ft at LW. Dry Docks, &c. :
Charges.-Tonnage dues from }d to 1/ per ton. Dues on goods.
Pilotage. -District. The river, harbour, and port of Cork, the southern or seaward boundary being a straight line extending from Poor Head on the east, to Cork Head on the west. Rates for all vessels, inwards or outwards :
£ s. d. 6 s. d. 6 s. d. £ s. d., & d.' €
5 4 8
11 1 8 20 9 4 I 17
6 o 12
0 2 3 2 TO 6 O 12 6 2 6 10 O 15 7 2 15
013 2 16 O 18
91 3 11 3 S 3 16 3 I 11 3 5 I 1 TO
114 3 15 O 1 5
o 4 13
3 5 10 117
30 0 0 2 2 4 IO o I 15
2 7 4 17 6 2 o o 5 16 3 2 6
3 6 15 2 12 5 5 ol2 5 o 6 3 2 11 3 7 2 0
2 17 5 12 6 2 10 o 6 11
3, 7 10 0 3 2
3 4 0 6
3 I 16
3 2 16
And inwards--for all vessels and lighters 6 to be added for every 100 tons or surplus fraction (not being less than 50 tons), of every 100 tons over 1,000 tons up to and including 2,000 tons surplus, and for every 100 tons, or like fraction of 10tons, over 2,000 tons surplus, as far as a vessel of 5,000 tons inclusive, 3/ ; and outwards---for all vessets and lighters 4/ to be added for every 100 tons or surplus fraction (not being less than 50 tons), of every 100 tons over 1,000 tons, up to and including 4,000 tons surplus. The excess over 5,000 tons is not charged with pilotage rate, either inwards or outwards. For every vessel or lighter, British and foreign, using a pilot, only within the limits in this table, coasters and colliers included :
Add 2/6 for every 100 tons or surplus fraction (not being less than 50 tons), of every 100 tons over 1,000 tons, up to and including 4,000 cons surplus above 1,000 tons as far as a vessel of 5,000 tons inclusive. The excess over 5,000 tons is not charged with pilotage rate. The rates to and from Monkstown, and to and from the East Ferry, are the same as those to Passage ; and the rates to and from Ballinacurra are the same as those to Cork. Vessels or lighters proceeding to Blackrock, or higher up, pay the same rates as to Cork, or lower down than Blackrock pay the sanie rates as to Passage. Pilot, in case of extra detention in the vessel or lighter, north of the southern limits of the port, to be paid 5/ per day in addition to his pilotage. Any pilot placing vessel or lighter in any berth to which a harb. master objects, shall remove her without charge. No pilot is allowed to make terms; 5; in addition to pilotage allowed for mooring. Towage. From SEA to QLEENSTOWN, and vice versa.
£ s. d. Tons
700 800 guo 1,000
Adding 10/ for every 100 tons, or part of same. From Sea or Queenstown to Cork, 6d per reg. Ton, down towage free. From Sea or Queenstown to Passage, 4d. reg. ton, down towage free. From Passage to Cork, 3d. per reg. ton, down towage free. Steamers :-Attendance, Queenstown or Passage to Cork, or vice verså, £7 per tug per tide.
Officials.- Sec. to Com., W. Donegan ; Engineer, P. Barry, M.I.C.E. ; Coll. of Harb. and tonnage dues, J. P. Lyons ; Harb. Master, N. Sutton ; Deputy Harb. Master at Queenstown, G. Usborne.
Hotels.—The “ Imperial ” and “Victoria,"
COURTOWN, Wexford, Ireland. Lat. 52° 39' N ; long. 6°
14' W. Auth. Commissioners, under Act 5 Geo. IV., 1824. Accn. Works undergoing repairs. D. 2ft on har at LWST. W. prev. SW., most dang. SE. A lifeboat station.
Charges.-Harbour dues, dd per ton, 1/ per ton charged for cargoes landed from colliers lying outside ; fishing boats pay £r a а year when laid up on slip during the winter, and Ki 5s if left in harbour basin,
Official.-Harb. Master, G. Mordaunt.
Auth. Owner, B. F. Hall, of Cockburnspath. Accn. Stone piers. D. ai HW. 2oft. W. prev. E and NE. LV. 300 tons. COWES, Isle of Wight, llampshire. On the Solent and river
Medina. Lai. 50° 46' N. ; long. 1° 18' W. Pop. 7,000. Auth. Corporation of Newport, I. of W.; P. XC. THW.'f. and c. 1oh 45m, and uh 45m.; Sp. rise 12}ft; N. rise 9. st. D. on bar at LW. hoft; ST. 22ft 10 23st ; N. 18ft to 19ft. W.prev. SW by W.; most dangerous are N. and NE. Rys. Rydle, Newport, and Cowes. Tr.-). Timber, grain, coals, &c.; E. Cement, stone, bark, &c. LV. The roadstead of Cowes affords a sase and sheltered anchorage for vessels of any tonnage. Vessels discharge at railway jetty about 300st. in length. There are several patent heaving up slipways for vessels up to 1,500 tons. Dry Docks, &c.:
Ht. of Tide.
ft. in. fr. in. !
C.llasen & Sons 3,
70 Minerva Slip
700 Falcon 380
J. S. White
90 C. Hansen & Sons Medinalock&
96 J. S, White. Patent Slip
14 0 W. White & Sons. Marsins Slip No. 1
cradle. Do. No.2.. 430
cradle. Patent Slip 250 25
130 | 11
Innan & Co.
+ Length of cradle, 7oft. Charges.-Harbour dues : Under 50 tons 14 vessel, exceeding 50 and under 100 26 vessel, over 100 51 vessel. Ballast: in harlour 1,6, in roads, 2/ ton.
Pilotage. - See Portsmouth.
Officials.- Town Clerk (Newport), R. Roach Pittis ; llarb. Master, W. 11. Lawrence ; Coll, of H.M. Cust., W. Dear. CRAIL, Fifeshire. Lat. 56° 16' N; long. 2° 37' W.
At N ; entrance to Frith of Forth. THW. f. and c. 2h 20m. A liseboat station. CRAMOND, a creek of Leith, at the mouth of the Almond,
D. HWST. 12ft, TWNT. 5st.
10 6 90 86 106 %O
350 275 331 300 220
30 24 56 40 13
CREETOWN, a sub-port of Dumfries.
Ardirishaig to Crinan, 9 miles (see Ardrishaig). D. on sill of lock gft, length of lock 94ft by 24 wide. The distance from Ardrishaig to Crinan round the Mull of Cantire is upwards of 132 miles. Vessels to Glasgow using the canal save about 85 miles of exposed sea passage:
Official. - Superintendent, John Groves (see Ardrishaig). CROICK Harbour. North L'ist, Hebrides. Lat. 57° 37' N;
long. 7' 35' W. A well-sheltered harbour. CROMARTY, Cromarly, Moray Frith, a small harbour having
a depth of 14ft at HWST., and gft at HWNT. inside, and anchorage in 22st ST., and 18ft NT. outside. Arca, 7oyds by 4oyds ; 2 wharves; crane 3 tons.
D. HWST. 12ft, TINT. Sft.
fishing town and lifeboat station. CROOKHAVEN, C). ('ork. Lat. 51° 30' N; long. 9° 40' W.
D. from 3 to 5 sms at LWST. Official.--Chief Coast Officer, W. Wright. CULLEN, Banffshire, Scotland. Moray Frith. Lat. 57° 41'
30" N ; long. 2 49' 30" W. Auth. Harbour Board. A small tidal harb. En. dry at LW. Used by vessels of 8 to joft draught. W. prev. V and VE. THW. f. and c. 12h 26m.
Charges. - Shipping per ton reg. 4d ; light dues, įd ; pilotage, 3d; ballast, 2d. Cariage by agreement. Laying out kedge, 57. Official.-Harb. Master, K. McDonald. CULMORE, Lough Foyle, Ireland. Charges.--Same as Londonderry. CUMBWICH, a creek under Bridgwater. D. HIWST. 19 to
24ft, HIINT. 14 to 17st. DALBEATTIE, Kirkcudbright, Scotland. Lat. 54° 53' N ;
long. 3° 48' W. No Auth., but an agreement amongst shippers to tax themselves to support quay and its roads, in conjunction with the Dalbeattie Road Trustees. THW. f. and C. Ih 30m. W. prev. SW. Accn. Harb. dries at low water; gst at HWST, with 10 ft at the Low Quay, which is about 5ooyds below the harb. Large quantities of granite shipped by Messrs. D. H. & I. Newall.
Charges. - Harb. dues, merely nominal. Truckage, 5/ per horse. Tide work, 3/6 per tide.
Officials.--Clerk, Alex. Wilson ; Harb. Master, Wm. (opeland,
3° 33' 10" W. Pop. 5,725. Auth. Harbour Commissioners. P. NC. THW. f. and c. 6h 16m; Sp. rise 15ft ; N. rise 10?ft. Ry. G.W. Tr.-I. Coal, salt, timber, fruit ; E. Timber, coaling vessels, cider, &c. Accn. En, to harb.
220yds wide, opening into a safe and commodious harbour of considerable capacity for vessels of any dst. A pier with a depth of 20ft at LW.
Charges.--Harb. dues 3d reg. ton. for vessels discharging and }d reg. ton. for windbound vessels, and fd per reg. ton on vessels coaling.
Pilotage.-District. From Bob's Nose to the Start and vice versa. Rates. For ships boarded without the Run of the Mew. stone East, or the Blackstone West, to Dartmouth (inwards), Toft dft. and under, 2/6, soft to 12ft 3), 12ft to 14ft 3/6, 14ft to 16ft 4/, 16ft and upwards 5/ per foot, (outwards) two-thirds of these rates ; steamships putting into Dartmouth harb. for coal only pay for pilotage in and out, the rate above provided for inwards only. If boarded within the above-named line they pay one-half these rates ; ir boarded within the Castle they pay one-quarter these rates, subject to the circumstances of weather, &c. Ships boarded without ihe Run of Bob's Nose, or Berry Head, to Brixham or Torquay (inwards), roft dft. and under 16, soft to 12ft 2), 12st to 14ft 2/6, 14ft to 16ft 3/, 16ft and upwards 3/6 foot, (outwards) two-thirds of these rates; if boarded within the above-named line one-quarter part less ; if boarded half a mile only from the outer piers, vessels of all sizes pay I/ foot dft. The pilotage to Tor Bay is not compulsory, but should the master of any vessel choose to employ a pilot, the charge is two-thirds less than for Brixham and Torquay; vessels bound to Teignmouth with a Teignmouth pilot on board, and piloted from Tor Bay to Bob's Nose by a Dartmouth pilot, pay id foot. Castle Line of steamers call fortnightly for mails and passengers. There are also two lines of steamers to W. Indies and S. America, and a German line to the Falkland Islands. Vessels of any tonnage coaled from hulks in centre of harb.
Towage.-In or out ad reg. ton.
Officials.-Ry. Man. J. Davies ; Harb. Master, W. C. S. Lewis ; Coll. of H. M. Cust., W. L. Massy.
Hotels.-“Castle," "Royal Yacht, Queen's," and "King's Arms,” “Raleigh," &c. DEAL, Kent. Lat. 51° 13' 30" N ; long. 1° 24' 40" E. A
maritime town of 9,050 inhabitants, and an increasingly popular seaside resort for summer visitors, situated between the N. and S. Forelands, opposite to and sheltered by the Goodwin Sands. An open Leach with an iron pleasure pier. It is in con. templation to construct a harb. at this place, in front of land belong. ing io H. S. Chapman, Esq., for shelter to fishing vessels and for local trade. Sheltered from all but NE. and SE. winds. A lifeboat station. THW. f. and c. i1h 35m.
DERBYHAVEN.-See Isle of Man.
About 20m SW. of Tralee. A tidal pier with 3 to 4ft at LW. Auth. Dingle Harbour Commissioners. Tr. Corn, coal, iron and earthenware. Vessels drawing 13ft can come along. side Pier at HW. ordinary tides. D. in anchorage, 3. fathoms.
Anchorage. D. HWST. 7 fathoms, HWNT. 6 fathoms,