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" ... course. I feel there will be no difficulty in confirming this suggestion or arranging one on my arrival to the satisfaction of all concerned. The committee to be informed by the club to fix beforehand the days on which the several races shall take... "
Yachts and yachting: with over one hundred and ten illustrations - Page 56
by Frederic Schiller Cozzens - 1887 - 159 pages
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American Yachts: Their Clubs and Races

James Douglas Jerrold Kelley - Yachts - 1884 - 451 pages
...the days on which the several races shall take place, and if the Livonia should win the majority of races, the cup would then go to the Club under whose flag I sailed in the last and final race, and would be held by the Commodore ex offldo, until won by some other royal or recognized yacht...
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the america's cup

captain rolnd f. coffin - 1885
...the days on which the several races shall take place ; and if the Livonia should win the majority of races, the Cup would then go to the club under whose flag I sailed in the last and final race, and would be held by the commodore ex-officio until won by some other royal or recognized yacht...
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Outing, Volume 8

Sports - 1886
...Americas Cup. As that gentleman has been somewhat misrepresented, I will state exactly what 1 HOPE.' his proposition was. He was to come representing twelve...club under whose flag I sailed in the last and final 52 5*1 race ;" and he wanted a series of twelve races. He has been represented as desiring to sail...
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The Lawson History of the America's Cup: A Record of Fifty Years

Winfield Martin Thompson, Thomas W. Lawson - America's Cup - 1986 - 402 pages
...beforehand the days on which the several races shall take place; and if the Livonia should win a majority of races, the cup would then go to the club under whose flag I sailed in the last and final race, and would be held by the commodore ex ojficio until won by some other royal or recognized yacht...
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