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Kinipple's caissons, and keeping in 32st water at ordinary spring
tides. Crane power up to 70 tons. Graving Docks, &c.:-
Name.
Length. Width.

Depth of sill OHW.

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Charges.--Harb. rates. Foreign, divided into 6 classes, from 4d to 1/1 per ton covering in and out. River crast, coasting vessels, steam, for repairs, &c., in distress, exceptional, time, miscellaneous rates. Trimining charges, 2d to 6d ton, Rates on goods, sugar rod, grain and four 5d.

Pilotage.-District. Between Greenock and the Island of Little Cumbrae, including vessels proceeding outwards from and inwards to Port Glasgow. Rates. See Glasgow. P. NC. Towage.-

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Officials.-Gen. Man. and Sec., T. Wilson ; Traffic Man., J. MacCunn ; Coll. of Harb, dues, D. Darroch ; Harb. and Dock Master, J. Baillie; Coll, of H.M. Cust., T. Charlton.

The River Clyde is under the jurisdiction of the Clyde Lighthouse Trust.

Hotels.—“Tontine” and “ White Hart."
GREENORE, Louth, Ireland. Lat. 54° 1' 55" N; long.

7' 52" W. Auth. L. & N.W. under the Dun. dalk, Newry, and Greenore Ry. Co.'s Acts of Parliament of 1863, 1867, 1869, and 1873. Accn. Area about 5 acres. D. 13 to 17ft at LW. Chiefly used by the L. & N.W. Ry. Co.'s boats carrying cargo and passengers. GREENWICH, River Thames. Port of London.

5 miles below London Bridge on S. side.

Official.--Sec., S. Reay, Euston, London.
GREER'S QUAY, Co. Louth, Ireland. Lat. 54° 3' V;

long. 6° 10' W. Nearest railway station, Omeath, one mile distant. THW. f. and e. 12h Om. Auth. Owner, A. F. Campbell, Esq., J P., of Warrenpoint. W. prev. SW. A tidal harb. with a pier 30ost long, dry at LW. and with 15st HWST. L'sed by coasters of about 75 tons reg.

Charges.—Dock dues ad per ton.
Official.- Harb. Master, Matthew Woods.
GREYSTONES, Co. Wicklow, Ireland. Lat 53° 8' N; long.

6° 5' W. A small place, with a pier belonging to the Grand Jury of Co. Wicklow. 'No dues.

Official. --Sec., E. N. Wynne, Wicklow.
GRIMSBY, Lincolnshire. On the Humber, 6 miles above

Spurn Point. Lat. 53° 32' N.; long. 0° 5' W. Pop. 28, 500. Auth. M.S. & L. Ry. Co. P. C. THW, f. and c. 5h 36n Sp, rise 194ft. ; N. rise 154ft. W. prev. SW. to NW. ; the most favourable for vessels entering the port are from NE. to SE. Rys. M.S. &. L. and G.N. Tr.-I Timber, iron, cotton, grain, seed, tar, oil, hemp, sugar, fruit, and general goods. E. Coal, salt, machinery, Manchester and other Midland goods, earthenware, cotton, &c. LV. Sailing ship Bates Family, 2,153 tons, and the steamer Germania, 2,123 tons reg. Accn. :

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Extensive warehouse accommodation. Fish landing stage. Foreign animals' wharf. Cranes and other appliances worked hy hydraulic machinery.

Charges.Pilotage.-District. Into and out of the port or upon the Humber below Grimsby, and so far out to sea as to bring the Northness of Dimlington to bear or be seen

a sufficient distance clear or open of the land to the southward thereof, so as to pass clear of the New Sand; and also along the coast northward hereof to the Northness of Dimlington southward to Donna Nook. Rates, per foot. From or to the distance at sea where the Northness of Dimlington bears west-south-west to the north ward of Kilnsea North Cliff, to or from the Grimsby Docks 3/6. From or to the distance at sea where Kinsea North Cliff bears west-north-west to the northward of the New Sand Buoy, or the floating light vessel, at the entrance of the river Humber, to or from the Grimsby docks 2/6. From or to the said New Sand Buoy, or the foaling light vessel at the entrance of the river Humber, to the eastward of the point where the Spurn High Lighthouse bears north-east, to or from the Grimsby docks 2 2. From or to the Spurn High Lighthouse bearing north-east, to or from the Grimsby docks 22 foot. For the fractional part of a loot, not less than half a foot, a proportionate rate. For intermediate distances, a proportionate rate. Sh ps and vessels in ballast pay two-thirds of the above rate. Ships and vessels employed in the coasting trade, whether laden or in ballast, pay one-half the above rate. Ships and vessels drawing less than six ft pay for six ft. New Holland. Rates for all ships and vessels piloted from New Holland, and upon any part of the Humber between New Holland and Kingston-upon-Hull, and vice versá, 6d foot dft. For the fractional part of a foot, not less than half a foot, a proportionate rate. Ships and vessels in ballast pay two-thirds of the above rate. Ships and vessels employed in the coasting trade, whether laden or in ballast, pay one half the above rate. Ships and vessels drawing less than six st pay for six ft.

Towage.--As per agreement. Officials.-Gen. Man. M.S. & L. Ry. Co., W. Pollitt; Port Master, W. Alsord Green ; Principal Dock Master, Capt. Jewitt; Coll. of Cust., A. Richardson. The river Humber is under the jurisdiction of the Humber Conservancy. GUARDBRIDGE or Eden Water, Fifeshire, a creek of St.

Andrews. D. HWST. gft. GUERNSEY.-See Channel Islands. GWEEK, a creek of Port of Falmo:ith. D. HWST. 14ft,

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HAMOAZE.- See Plymouth.
HARRINGTON, Cumberland. Lat. 54° 37' N ; long: 3° 34' W.

A small port 5 miles N. of Whitehaven. station on the Whitehaven & Penrith Ry. Auth. The Harbour Board. Accn. Area of inner Harbour 21 acres ; quayage, 1250 ft. Dry at LW., 17st HWST. Used by vessels of up to 800 ions, entering at S. tides. THW. f. and c. Tih 15m. Crane power to 10 tons.

Charges.-60 per reg. ton.
Official.-Harb. Master, James Douglas.
Hotel.—“ Station."
HARTLAND. Devonshire. Lat. 51° 2' N; long. 4° 30' W.

A small harb., dry at LW., accommodating one vessel of 75 tons. Owned by Sir G. Stuckley, Bart., of Moreton, Bideford. Dry at LW, i8ft HWST. THW. f. and c. 5h 56m. HARTLEPOOL, West, and HARTLEPOOL, Durham. Lat.

54° 41' N; long. 1° n' W. Pop. 54,000. Auth. All the inner harb, and dock works in the Port of Hartlepool belong to the N.E. Ry. Co. The outer harb. is under the jurisdiction of the Harb. Comm. D. at entrance to harb. about 12ft OST. THW. 3h 28m ; Sp. rise 16f1; N. rise izst. W. prev. are W., but the most dangerous are from N. to E. Ry. N. E. Tr.-I. Cattle, timber, grain, general. LV. at any time of tide, sailing 1,996 tons, steamer 2,424 tons ; LV. at LWST., 1,556 tons. Accn. :

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Central Dock. 1,100ft x 61oft 13 acres 6oft 2,900ft 26ft 22ft North Basin 540ft x 240ft 3

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22ft South 450ft x 220ft

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also several cranes lifting 30 cwt. Union Dock 8 Boft x 490ft | 8 acres boft | 1,6ooft

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22ft Timber 760ft x 150ft 50ft 1,90oft 21 ft

17ft Jackson gooft x 535ft 13

(to 26st to 22 ft Steam cranes of various powers up to 15 tons. Coal Dock

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from 2 to io tons. Swanson Dock ... 780ft x 46oft | 9 acres | 1,850ft | 21ft 6in1 17ft bin

Cranes from 1 to 3 tons' power. Fleet of powerful tugs, owned by Dock Co.

At the various quays vessels can ioad and discharge at all times of the tide. Very extensive warehouses and every accn. cf a first-class port. Graving Docks, &c.:

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Charges.-Dock and harb. rates vary from 2d to 1/ per ton. Tolls on cattle, wood, and other goods id per tn. Police, hospital, liseboat, and ballast 1/- per ton. Wharfage. Harbourage.

Pilotage.—District. The Bay of Hartlepool, inside an imaginary line drawn from Black Hall Rocks, about three miles north of Hartlepool, to a point about two miles south of the mouth of the river Tees. Rates, per foot. For every British ship or other vessel piloted and conducted within the Hartlepool Pilotage District 1/6, except coasting vessels and vessels trading between the Elbe and Brest, both inclusive, which from April to October 1, pay at the rate of 1/3. The Commrs. may charge vessels above 400 tons reg. jd ton on such excess of reg, ton. over and above that number of tons both inwards and outwards, but this excess does not apply to vessels simply changing ports within the district. Vessels moving from harb. to docks or vice versá, not ex. 50 tons 2/6 ; ex. 50 and not ex. 200, 51; ex. 200 and not ex. 400, 7/6 ; ex. 400, 10%. From and to each harb. within the port of Hartlepool :--When any vessel requires to change harbours in the port, the pilotage dues from and after April i to October 1, both inclusive, out of Hartlepool docks or harb. at the rate of 7d foot, and into West Hartlepool docks or harb. the same rate ; from and after October i to April 1 in the following year, both inclusive, out of Hartlepool docks or harb. 9d foot; into West Hartlepool Docks or harb. the same rate, and these dues are payable by vessels changing from the docks or harb. of West Hartlepool to the docks or harb. of Hartlepool.

Towage.—(East or West). Id per ton.

Officials.--Man. for N.E. Ry. Co., John Bland ; Colls., J Taylor and J. Sanderson ; Goods Agents, C. Learman and J. Porritt ; Dock Masters, Capt. W. Watson and John Marshall ; Staith and Ballast Master, G. Hodgson ; Coll. of H.M. Cust., W. R. Staveley. HARTLEY, Northumberland. Four miles N. of N Shields.

Ry. Blythe & Tyne. Harb, capable of accummodating vessels of 200 to 300 tons, but not now used. HARWICH, Essex. At the SE. extremity of the estuary of the

river Stour. Lat. 51° 56' N ; long. 1° 17' E. Pop. 7,842. Auth. Hartour Conservancy Board. Owners of quays

and piers, G.E. Ry. Co. P. NC. THW. 12h. 6m; Sp. rise nijft ; N. rise 9fst; D. There is no bar; the depth of LW. at harb. entrance is variable, but vessels of 16ft draught enter at LW. W. prev. E. to SE. in winter ; SW. to NW. in summer. Ry. G.E. Tr.–1. Coal, timber, grain, eggs, butter, cheese, fruit, vegetables, cattle, horses, and every description of general merchandise ; E. Cement, stone, general goods, and horses. LV. The harb. is used by vessels from all parts of the world. Accn. The harb. is formed by the broad estuaries of the Orwell and the Stour. The entrance is between ast one breakwater which runs about 1,5oost out, and a groyne and wooden break water at Landguard Point, on the Suffolk shore. Depth of water in harb. 3oft LWST., 27ft NT. Parkeston Quay, erected by the G.E. Ry. Co., is a free quay within the port of Harwich. By discharging at this quay vessels altogether escape the payment of any dock landing or quay dues. The quay is 1,8ooft long, with a depth of water at LT. of 16ft, and HT. 27st 6in. It can be approached at all times. Daily (Sundays excepted) passenger and goods service to and from Antwerp and Rotterdam by G.E. Ry. Co.'s fast steamers, bi-weekly ditto to Hamburg by G.S.N. Co.'s steamers, also bi-weekly to and from Esbjerg, Den.

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