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A PILOT, boarding on the bar, (between Outer Buoy and Lower Black Rock), to receive 1s. less than the above rates.
inside the bar (between Lower Black Rock and Layer), 2s. less than the above rate.
-between the Layer and the place where bound, half pilotage. N.B. No master of a vessel (inward-bound) shall be obliged to take on board a pilot or hobler within the second or Middle Buoy..
removing a vessel from one station to another station, to receive one quarter pilotage, and 6d. for allowance.
N.B. No pilot or hobler to quit a vessel (outward-bound), until such vessel shall have passed the Outer Buoy, without the consent of the master.
-leading the way (if required by the master of the vessel following) entitled to half pilotage, as far as he shall lead.
HOBLERS to each, for removing vessel from Neath Bridge)
to Melinerythan Pill, or back....
to each, for removing vessel from said Bridge)
from said Bridge or Pill to the Layer, or back 2 6
to each, for removing vessel from the top of)
Abbey Pills or Wharfs, to Fox's Coal 1 3
from said Abbey Pills or Wharfs, to Trow
man's Hole, Jetty Heads, or Giant's Grave, 16
(Jurisdiction of the Trinity-house of Deptford Strond, see page 154.)
From CALDY ISLAND, along the Coast to ST. DAVID'S HEAD, and from thence to CARDIGAN ISLAND, and vice versâ; and to and from, and into and out of, all ports and places within those limits.
N. B.-No master of a vessel is compelled to take a pilot within this district unless going into or coming out of port, within a line drawn from Lenny Point to Skokam Island; but if he do take a pilot between Caldy Island and Cardigan Island, it must be one of the district pilots, if one offer.
TABLE of the Rates of Pilotage, for piloting ships into the Harbour of MILFORD, and up and down the said Harbour.
Additional Rates for Ships boarded without the Entrance of the
From a line drawn from LENNY POINT to SKOKAM ISLAND,
If to the southward of ST. GOWEN'S HEAD, ditto..
Six leagues ditto...
Ten leagues ditto
One-fourth part is to be added to the harbour rates for ships not having British registers. See EXEMPTIONS, page 183.
RATES for Services and Assistance performed in the HARBOur. For a boat carrying an anchor of above 6 cwt. with a corresponding hawser
If in HUBBERSTONE ROAD. . . . .
Each man in the boat, each tide.... If below Hubberstone Road, a line drawn) from the E. point of GILLISWICK, to the E. point of ANGLE BAY, and above the STACK ROCK.....
Each man in the boat, each tide If in DALE ROAD, and the anchor is brought from Milford . . . . .
Or if carried off from Dale
Each man in the boat, each tide ....
£ s. d.
For a boat carrying off an anchor of 3 cwt. and not exceeding 6 cwt. with a corresponding hawser, the BOAT AND MEN TO HAVE THREE
FOURTHS OF THE SUMS ABOVE SPECIFIED.
For a boat with an anchor of 2 cwt. and not exceeding 3 cwt. with a corresponding hawser, the boat and men to have ONE-HALF of the said sums above specified.
For UNMOORING a ship drawing 14 feet water, and upwards, and bringing her alongside the quay, or into Hubberstone Pil'
From the situation, first or second, before-mentioned:
For taking a SHIP of 14 feet draught of water and up-】 wards from the QUAYS, (or Hubberstone Pill,) to moorings in any of the situations beforementioned. . Ships under 14 feet draught of water, to or from the situations beforementioned. . . .
The boats and men as above specified.
NEW MOORING a ship drawing 14 feet water, in either of
the situations before described,
For the pilot....
If with a boat, an additional sum of.
Each person employed, not exceeding.
£ s. d.
0 10 6
0 10 6
0 5 0
Three-fourths of the above.
A TABLE of the Rates of Pilotage for piloting and conducting Ships and Vessels from two miles beyond the outside of the Bar, off the entrance of the river Dovey up the river to ABERDOVEY, or vice versâ. Ordered by the Corporation of Deptford Strond.
COASTING VESSELS of 30 tons and under 40 tons..
And for every additional ten tons an additional
VESSELS departing for or arriving from foreign parts to pay DOUBLE the amount of pilotage.
Ships not having British registers are to pay one-fourth more than ships having British registers. See EXEMPTIONS, page 183.
15 October, 1830.
HOLY HEAD DISTRICT.
(Jurisdiction of the Trinity-house of Deptford Strond, see page 154.)
To and from the Anchorages at GREAT ORMES HEAD, along the COAST OF THE ISLE OF ANGLESEA and WALES, as far as BARDSEY ISLAND, and to and from, and into and out of, all ports and places within those limits, (except the Bar and Harbour of Caernarvon, and the Swellies,) for which see next page.
N. B. No master of a vessel is compelled to take a pilot within this district, till he comes to the North Stack, bound to Holyhead Harbour; but if he do take a pilot between Great Ormes Head and Bardsey Island, it must be one of the district pilots, if one offer.
Rates of Pilotage for piloting Ships into and out of the Harbour of
Ships not having British registers are to pay one-fourth more than stated in the above table. See EXEMPTIONS, page 183.
All ships and vessels, under any circumstances of DISTRESS, are to pay such pilot a further sum of money, to be calculated according to the extent and circumstances of such distress, and the service afforded.
Ships and vessels which shall be boarded by pilots, at the distance of three leagues or further, to the southward and westward of Holyhead, (where it is optional to masters of vessels to take pilots,) are to pay the several rates following, viz.
On having a Liverpool pilot on board, off Point Linas, and) landing the Holyhead pilot there
£ s. d.
4 4 0
On landing the pilot at the Great Ormes Head.....
Water or to Liverpool ....
With the sum of 7s. 6d. per day for every day such pilot may be detained on board in consequence of the ship or vessel performning quarantine, or detained under any other restrictions such ships may be liable to.
Pilots boarding ships and vessels at a less distance than three leagues from the Head, as above, are to receive 10s. 6d. LESS for pilotage than the above rates.
N. B.-It is particularly requested that commanders of ships, on discharging their pilots off Port Linas or the Ormes Head, should be certain that such pilots will be taken on shore without being delayed on board such vessels or boats as may receive them; as a pilot will be entitled to 7s. 6d. per day for every day he shall be kept out from landing after the day he is discharged from the ship or vessel he may have piloted, unless it can be proved that such delay had unavoidably happened from the violence of the wind and weather.
PORT OF CHESTER.
(See 6 Geo. IV. c. 125. § 89, page 176.)
16 Geo. III. c. 61.
An Act for erecting a Lighthouse, &c., and for regulating of Pilots and Persons towing or tracking of Vessels to and from the City of Chester; and for fixing the Rates payable for the same respectively.
The Mayor, Recorder, and Aldermen of the city of Chester, for the time being, the Commander of his Majesty's yacht for the time being, the Pilot of his Majesty's yacht for the time being, the Collector and Surveyor of the port of Chester for the time being, and also every other person for the time being resident in the city of Chester, or in the county of Chester or Flint, who shall, in his own right, or in the right of his wife, be seised of a real estate of the annual value of one hundred pounds, or possessed of a personal estate to the amount or value of two thousand pounds, are constituted and appointed trustees for putting in execution all and every the trusts, powers, and authorities given and granted in and by this act; and that no person or persons, not being qualified as aforesaid, shall be capable of acting as a trustee in the execution of this act. § 1.
Trustees may examine and grant licences to pilots.-In order that proper and skilful persons may be appointed pilots for conducting ships and vessels into and out of the port of Chester, the trustees, or any seven or more of them, at any of their general quarterly meetings, are empowered to examine and inquire into the skill and ability of every person residing within the port of Chester, who shall offer himself to be admitted as a pilot within the port of Chester; and if the person or persons so offering him or themselves as a pilot or pilots shall be found well qualified and approved, the trustees may appoint such number of the persons so examined as they shall think sufficient to be pilots within the said port, and shall grant to each of them a licence to act as pilots within the same port, &c.; five shillings and no more shall be taken by the clerk of the said trustees for the writing, filling up, or completing of any one licence; and no such licence shall continue in force for any longer time than three years from the date thereof. § 33.
Pilots acting without a licence.-If any person, not being licensed, shall take upon himself to pilot any ship or vessel into or out of the port of Chester, or if any pilot so licensed shall, after the expiration of his licence, continue to act as a pilot without the renewal of the same, he shall forfeit the sum of ten pounds. § 34.
Licensed pilots not doing their duty.-In case any pilot who shall receive such licence shall refuse or neglect to take the charge of any ship outward-bound, upon proper notice being first given to such pilot, -or if any such pilot shall be plying betwixt Dalpoole, and westward of Chester-bar, and upon a gun being fired, or an ensign being hoisted in a weft, or other usual signal given from any ship, shall refuse or neglect forthwith to board and take under his charge such ship, or if any such ship cannot be boarded without imminent danger, such pilot shall refuse or neglect to lead the way with his boat, every such pilot shall forfeit the sum of ten pounds. § 35.