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laren or light, between the Lower Roads at sea and the Cross Keys Bridge, or from or to any intermediate place (barges and lighters belonging to Wisbech exceptet) 1/6 ft. Inwards and outwards: -- All vessels drawing 12ft. and upwards, whether inwards or outwards 1/9 ft. If the master or commander of any ship or vessel (except ships or vessels delivering at or loading from the Eye) requires a pilot to go or continue on board beyond the Lower Roads or above the Cross Keys Bridge, he shall pay 1/4 per sost.

Towage.- As per agreement.

Officials. — Town Clerk, F. Jackson ; llarb. Master, W. W Nicholls and G. Hoole ; Coll. of H.M. Cust., W. G. Hamilton.

Hotels._"Rose and Crown,'' " White Hart," l'ine," “Ship,

" " White Lion," &c. WITHERNSEA, Yorkshire. A fishing port and pleasure resort.

Open beach. Iron pier. WIVENHOE, Essex. River Colne. Auth. Colne Com

missioners under ancient royal grant. Ry. G.E. Vessels of 300 tons get up to this place. There is a patent slipway. Messrs. Forrest & Son, of Limehouse, London, are making a graving dock at this place.

Official.- Coll. of Channel Dues, J. M. Johnstone ; Cust. Officer, H. Russell. WOODBRIDGE, Suffolk. Lat. 51° 59' N ; long. 1° 23' E.

On the Deben. No Harb. Auth, Considerable trade in coal, corn, timber, &c.

Accn. Convenient wharves and quays.

Official.-Cust. Officer, W. Quick.
WOODHAVEN, Fifeshire. On the Tay, opposite to Dundee.

The only remains of a harb. is a stone pier. WORKINGTON, Cumberland. On the Derwent. Lat. 54° 38'

N; long. 3° 33' W. Pop. 23,coo. Auth. Earl of Lonsdale under Acts, 1850, 1861, and 1869 P. NC. THW. f. and c.

uh 4m; Sp. rise 251ft; N. rise 2oft. D. of water at entrance at LW. 2st. W. prev. SW.; dangerous NW. Ry. L. & N.W. Tr.-I. Grain, timber, ore, and general goods; E. Coal, iron, ore, steel rails, &c. LV. 1,032 reg. ton; length 232ft, dst. 18ft 4 in. Accn. The harb., formed by the outlet of the river Derwent, is fronted by a stony foreshore one-third of a mile broad. That to the S. of the entrance projects well out to the W. of the N. shore, and from it a stone pier runs out in a NW. and WNW. direction, from which a breakwater extends NW. 5oost, also on same side are a wooden pier, quay jetty, and main pier containing a spice known as the old dry dock ; also another projection called Merchants' Quay, between which and the main pier is the harb. On the N. side is the Lonsdale Dock 6ooft long, 300ft wide, area about 4. acres. Entrance gates 40ft wide, depth over sill ST. 18ft ; NT. 8ft. Ample and convenient stowing ground for rails, pig-iron, iron ore, &c. Large and convenient shed for dry goods. Steam cranes. The Derwent Patent Slip, which take vessels 150ft long and of 350 tons, is 15oft long, 3ost wide. Eight cranes.

Charges.-Harb. and dock dues 6}d ton. Tonnage rates 70 and 1/ ton. Harb. boat 1/6 to 21/ per vessel, according to size.

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Pilotage.--District. See Whitehaven. Rates 1/6 to 5/ according to size.

Towage.-Steamer inwards, id ton; steamer outwards, id ton; special rates by agreement, Sailing vessels, inwards, ijd ton ; outwards, ifd per ton.

Officials.-Harb. Master, F. Vaughan ; Deputy, D. Armstrong, Traffic Man., S. M. M'Gowan ; Coll. of Harb. Dues, W. Hill.

1 Hotels." Green Dragon,

" " Station.” WORTHING, Sussex. Watering place. A pier of mile long,

used by fishing boats. Charges.-According to agreement. YARMOUTH, Isle of Wight. Pop. 800. Auth, Mayor and

Burgesses, under the Yar Bridge Act, 1858, and the Yarmouth Pier Order, 1879. THW. 10h-12h ; Sp. rise 7ft ; N. rise 6}ft. D. over bar at LW. about 5ft, at HW. about 13ft. W. prev. SW.; most dangerous at NW. Tr.-I. Coal, timber, railway goods ; E. Lambs and malting barley. LV. about 350 tons. Accn. At the mouth of the Yar river there is a port for small vessels, an excellent quay, and good shelter is provided by a breakwater. There is a pier outsid the har used principally by passenger steamers.

Charges.-Harb. dues, colliers over 200 tons 5/ each, under, 3/6 to 4/6 each. Ballast 1/6 ton.


Officials. — Town Clerk, A. H. Estcourt ; Harb, Master, H. Warder.

Hotel.– The “George.”
YARM, Yorkshire. Inland creek of Port of Stockton-on-Tees,

D. HWST. 13st, HWNT. 7st.
Officials.-Same as Stockton.
YARMOUTH, GREAT, Norfolk. Lat. 52° 34' 25" N;

long. 1° 44' 20" E. Pop. 50,000. Auth. Port and Haven Commissioners under Acts,

1866 and 1874. THW. (Y. Roads) f. and c. 9h 15m; Sp. rise 6st ; N. rise 43ft ; R. of N. 3ft. D. The depth at entrance to haven over bar averages 10 ft LWOST. Av. rise and fall of tide 6st in N. and NW. winds, the rise of tide increases from I to 3ft. The minimum depth on bar in the fairway of the entrance. between the piers is soft at LW. or 16ft at HWÓST. W. prev. W. are N. W. to S. W., and the most dangerous are ESE. to S. Ry, G.E. Tr.-I. Grain, timber, cotton seed, oilcake, stones ; E. Grain, flour, fish, meat. LV. 751 tons; 16ft Sin deepest dst Accn. Area of harb. about 20 acres. No docks. About 23,400st of quayage. Numerous quays and wharves along both sides of the river. There are five dry docks, one of which has taken a ship up to Soo tons. Crane power to 10 tons.

Charges.-Rates on vessels vary from 3d to 60 ton, or certain charges per vessel per annum. Weighing and measurage. Cranage. Ballast 1/2 per ton. Dues on goods sd to / per ton.

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An addition of one-fifth is chargeable on the above rates, in case the pilot shall

conduct the vessel to any port or place westward of the Nore Light. No vessel to pay for less than ist. Into and out of the harb. of Yarmouth, per foot :-Vessels Sft dft. and under, 1/6; above 8ft and under gft. 1/9 ; 9ft and under roft, 2/; cost and under vist, 2/3; ust and under 12ft, 2/6; 12ft and under 13st, 29; 13ft and under 141t, 3/; 14ft and under 15st, 3/6 ; 15st and under 16ft, 4/. An additional 2) per cent. is charged upon the above rates. Vessels piloted into the harb. (100 to 250 tons) pay 5/; exceeding 250 tons, 1/ for every 50 tons or any portion, for use of boats. Fishing vessels pay 5/ each into harb. Towage.—To or from SeaLoaded. In ballast.

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Officials.-Clerk to Port Commrs., J. Tolver Waters ; Harb. Master T. Press; Coll. of H.M. Cust., Alex. Macfarlane. YEALM RIVER, Devonshire. Lat. 50° 17' N ; long. 4° 5' N.

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Charges.- None
Official.-T. Watton, Chief Officer of Coast Guard.
YOUGHAL, Co. Cork, Ireland. Lat. 51° 56' N ; long: 7° 50

W. Ry. Gt. CS. & W. THW. f. and c. 5h 14m. Auth. Commissioners under Harb. Order, 1878. D. of water on bar LWST. 4 to 5ft, and at HWST. 2ist. LV. 900 tons drawing 2oft. W. prev. W. and SW., most dangerous S. or SE.

Charges.- Id per ton, windbound įd per ton.
Pilotage.- As may be agreed.
Officials.-Sec. T. J. O'Shea ; Harb. Master, Danl. Kavanagh.
Hotels.—“Green Park,” " " Devonshire Arms,” and “Imperial.'

AALBORG, Denmark. Lat. 57° 03' N. ; long. 9° 57' E. Pop.

12,000. Tr.-1. Coal, salt, lumber, &c. ; E. Cattle, grain, wool, hides, fish, &c. Accn. The harbour, though safe, is too shallow to allow vessels drawing more than ift to enter. Vessels of greater dft. than that have to lighten at Hals, a small town near the mouth of the Lym fiord. Charges. Expenses of a vessel of 175 tons, with cargo out, about £10. AARHUUS, Denmark. Lat. 56° 9' N ; long. 10° 14' E.

Tr.-1. Coal, iron, wood, and phosphate ; E. Grain, flour, butter, cattle, pork, beef. Accn. 18st in the harb. Charges. Tonnage dues 6d. ton. Harb. dues id. Ballast as per agreement. Pilotage. id per reg. ton. If no pilot required, only half pilotage charged. ABO, Finland. Lat. 60° 25' N ; long. 22° 17' 15" E. Pop.

About 25,000. Tr.-1. Salt, salt fish, pig-iron, manufactured iron, coals, coke, cotton, machinery, sugar, and general colonial produce, soap, timber, bar iron, beef, oats, rye, pork, butter, and game. Accn. There are three patent slips, one of which can take a vessel of 175 to 20oft in length. Vessels drawing more than 1oft or 12st cannot get up to the town. Charges. Custom dues for a vessel of 400 tons about £8, clearing in or out.

Harb. fees 2d ton. Pilotage. Rates depend on dft. of vessel. Vessel of 15ft dft. from Uto about £3 25. Towage. From 10 to £12. ACAJULTA, the port of Sonsonate (San Salvador), 62 m. E.

of San José. Accn. Ships anchor in 9 to 11 fms. Vessels load and discharge cargos in bongos or whaleboats. Charges on vessel of 300 tons loading part at A. and part at Libertad, about £16. One customs charge of 12 c. per ton clears A., Libertad, and La Union, the three ports of San Salvador. ACAPULCO, Mexico. Lat. 16° 50' 29" N ; long: 99° 46' W.

5, 100.

Tr.-I. Cottons, silks, spices, hardwares, and liquors; E. Cochineal, cocoa, wool, indigo, skins, and cotton. Accn. Acapulco is one of the best harbs. belonging to Mexico in the Pacific. Vessels of any size discharge alongside wharf ; harb. affords shelter and land-locked anchorage of 16 fms and under in a surface of one mile square. Charges. It is a free port, and vessels are not liable for tonnage or entrance dues. Pilotage. 14/7 foot dst. inward and outward. ACHEAN, Island of Sumatra. Lat. 5° 35' N ; long. 95°45' E.

Pop. A. and district 500,000, mostly natives and Chinamen. Tr.-E. Gold, pepper, betel-root, camphor. Accn. Anchorage outside safe in 7 to 9 sms. Only 9ft water on bar at high water. Foreign vessels not allowed to trade at Achean.

ACRE, Turkey. Lat. 32° 54' 35" N ; long. 36° 6' 20" E. Pop.

8,000. 'Tr.-E. Wool, cotton, wheat, millet, olive oil, cotton seed, sesame seed. Accn. Harb. has 12ft of water. Charges. On a brig 214 tons £14 35 3d. Pilotage. An interpreter, who acts also as pilot and stevedore, is paid according to agreement, say from £3 tos to £ 5 for the time the vessel remains. ADALIA, Turkey. Lat. 36° 52' 15" N; long. 30° 45' 3" E Pop. 17,500.

Tri- I. Manufactures generally, brought to A. by English steamers from Smyrna, Syra, &c. E. Wheat, timber, firewood. Accn. Summer anchorage in 15 to 20 fms water. Port only entered by small vessels. ADEN, Arabia. Lat. 12° 47' N ; long. 44° 57' 34' E. Pop.

About 60,000. Tr.-I. Coal, cotton, cotton and silk piece goods, grain, live stock, metals, provisions, seeds, tobacco, ammuni. tion, wine, beer, spirits; E. Coffee, dyes, ostrich feathers, gum, ivory, hides, pearls. Accn. An outer harb. offering good anchorage to a large number of vessels, and inner harb. taking about 24 vessels of 1,000 tons each ; 17} to 24ft in the inner harb. The depth in outer harb. is from 19 to 28ft. Vessels drawing from 18 to 26ft can anchor in outer harb. Charges. Port dues Ild per reg. ton. Vessels calling only for coals pay half dues, those calling only for orders, letters, &c., are exempt. _Pilotage. Every vessel of over 100 tons burthen ind reg. ton. Towage. For the distance usually towed (9 miles) 7d ton. AGUILAS, Spain. Lat. 37° 23' N ; long. 1° 37' W. Tr.-E.

Esparto and iron ore. Accn. Vessels moor to the breakwater in to fms, well protected. Cargo is shipped in lighters from moles across the bay. Charges. On steamer loading 400 tons of esparto, including all charges, about £50. Pilotage. On a steamer from Genoa in ballast to load 300 tons of esparto

grass at Aguilas, pilotage (daylight, at night double) £i is 104d. AJACCIO BAY, Corsica. Lat. 40° 55' 1" N ; long. 8° 44' 4"

E. Pop. About 14,000. Tr.-I. Tobacco, coffee, sugar, pepper, salt, &c. ; E. Wool, wine, timber, maize, skins, goats, rags, olive oil, cork, &c. Accn. 3oft of water in the middle of the harb. Pilotage. Vessels of 305 tons or under id per ton, above 300 tons $d per ton. AKYAB, India. Lat. 20° 5' 7" N; long. 92° 54' E. Pop. About 23,000.

Tr.-E. Rice, cotton, &c. Accn. Vessels of the largest dft. can ascend as far as town. Charges. Port dues 4\d ton. Coast light dues 2 / ton. Port charges on a vessel of 1,035 tons £380. Pilotage. From Oct. 15 10 May 15 for 14ft £3 45, for 201t £12. From May 15 to Oct. 15 double. Steam rs half rates. A pilot is not necessary to take the ship to the ballast ground, but if one is taken the charge is 48/. ALBANY, Western Australia. Lat. 35° 2' 20" S; long.

117° 54' E. Pop. 3,000. Accn. On ihe north side Princess Royal Harb, there are 4 and 5 fms of water, deepening to 6 and 8 sms within the Narrows; Sp. rise ist to 4st. The finest harb. in Western Australia, and situated on the north side of Princess Royal Harb, and King George's Sound. Charges. Tonnage dues inward and outward 6d reg. ton. If discharging or loading less than quarter reg. tonnage 3d ton on cargo. Light dues ad reg. ton., inwards and outwards. Pilotage. Into King George's Sound from the sea and vice versa, rost and under £2; 10

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