Mercantile Navy List, 1889, page 312

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Images of the Mercantile Navy List

For basic details of the Mercantile Navy List and these images, please see the notes on the search form.

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Using the image viewer for MNL

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You can change the year using the arrow icons and selector on the left of the control bar. Click an icon, or choose the year from the list and click the  button

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For a list of the abbreviations used in MNL for sailing vessels, see the first page of the sail section of each year of MNL. For more details and links, see our page, here: Types of sailing ships

Image sources and acknowledgements

The source of the images is shown on the right side of the title bar, with a link to the appropriate home page. We are most grateful to the Digital Archives Initiative at Memorial University, Newfoundland, and to the Vaughan Evans Library at the Australian National Maritime Museum for permission to link to images from their sites. We display images from other sites on the basis that they are in the public domain and/or creative commons. If we have unwittingly infringed copyright, we apologise - please contact us using the link on the menu bar above so that we can take appropriate action.

Our own CLIP images were made at the Maritime Collection at Southampton Central Library, the Bartlett Library at the National Maritime Museum, Cornwall in Falmouth, Gwynedd Archives Service in Caernarfon and Gwynedd Archives Service in Dolgellau. We are most grateful to the staff of these repositories for their kind help.

Our thanks to Ian Buxton for additional images.

We have tried hard to present the images as well as possible, but obviously we can take no responsibility for the images from other sources. Some of the images are missing, partially missing, blurred, or rotated so that they are difficult to view. Some editions are so tightly bound that it is not possible to make good images of the gutter margin of some pages. We apologise for any difficulties this may cause. We have tried to remedy this where we can, but we feel that those images are still worth displaying.


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