2 edition of Admiralty hydrographic service, 1795-1919. found in the catalog.
Admiralty hydrographic service, 1795-1919.
Day, Archibald Sir
|Contributions||Dawson, Llewellyn Stiles., Great Britain. Ministry of Defense.|
|LC Classifications||VK597.G72 D3|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||378|
|LC Control Number||76357100|
There are contemporary accounts, including The Surveying Voyage of HMS Flag by Captain R. N. Blackwood () and An Account of the Natives of the Tonga Islands by William Mariner (), as well as more recent histories such as Vice Admiral Sir Archibald Day's The Admiralty Hydrographic Service (). The great pioneers in the field. Day, Vice-Admiral Sir Archibald: THE ADMIRALTY HYDROGRAPHIC SERVICE , pp., London, H.M.S.O., , £ (U.K.) The cnntributinn of the Admiralty Hydrngraphic Department to' the develnp-ment nf the science of oceanngraphy is cnnsiderable, and few need to' be reminded nf their cartngraphic achievements.
KERR, JAMES HOOPER, staff commander in the Royal Navy and hydrographic surveyor; b. in in Jersey, Channel Islands; m. in March at Simonstown, Cape of Good Hope, to Mary J. Bull; d. 24 Aug. at Hammersmith, Eng.. James Hooper Kerr entered the Royal Navy at Portsmouth on 18 Oct. as a volunteer in the mathematical ability must have been exceptionally high for he . T. Hurd, memorandum on the state of hydrography, 7 May , enclosure in Hurd to Secretary of the Admiralty, 12 October ; quoted in Vice-Admiral Sir Archibald Day, The Admiralty Hydrographic Service, – (London: HMSO, ), 27–
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Get this from a library. The Admiralty hydrographic service, [Archibald Day; Llewellyn Stiles Dawson; Great Britain. Ministry of Defence.] -- This book is a continuation of Dawson's 'Memoirs of Hydrography'. The opening chapter, which summarizes the period from toretraces Dawson's narrative; the succeeding chapters, conforming.
An Admiralty guide to creating hydrographic survey maps. The expansion of sea-borne trade has seen the need for acurate 1795-1919. book for maritime navigation. This manual is a guide for hydrographic work.
The Admiralty Hydrographic Service London: Her Majesty's Stationary Office. Schofield, Vice-Admiral B. Navigation and Direction: The Story of HMS Dryad. Havant: Kenneth Mason Publications Ltd. ISBN COMMENTS: In the s a sum of money was made available to enable Vice-Admiral Sir Archibald Day, a former Hydrographer, to write his book ‘The Admiralty Hydrographic Service ’.
To enable Author: UK Hydrographic Office. The Hydrographic Department was established in as a sub-department of the Admiralty, and issued its first official chart in November Manuscript charts and early printed charts Charts.
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