Proceedings, Volume 11

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Contents

The Manning of our Navy and Mercantile Marine By Captain S
17
The Interoceanic Canal By Lieut Fred Collins U S N
21
Discussion of Lieut Collinss Paper
31
No
32
The Nautical Almanac By Professor Simon Newcomb U S N LL D
33
Effects of Powder in Guns
35
The Cruise of the Tigress By Lt Com H C White U S N
39
Discussion on a Uniform System of Kigs for Boats and Launches
41
Prize Essay 1881 The Type of I Armored Vessel II Cruiser
43
Operations of the Mediterranean Squadron under Commodore Edward
51
Discussion of Lt Com Whites Paper
55
Two Lessons from the Future By Lieut Theo B M Mason U S N
57
Discussion of ChiefEngineer Bakers Paper
71
New Researches on the Effects of Powder
73
Discussion of Lieut Masons Paper
75
The Employment of Torpedoes in Steam Launches against MenofWar
79
Towing Experiments on Models to determine the Resistance of Full
81
Notes on the Literature of Explosives VII By Professor Chas
85
Discussion of Passed Assistant Engineer Raes Paper
90
On Recent Modifications of the Explosive Force of Gunpowder
99
Ton Gun By Lieut Theo B M Mason U S N
101
The Armament of our Ships of War By Captain W N Jeffers U S N
105
Professional Notes
107
The Type of IArmored
109
Sanitary Commonplaces applied to the Navy By Albert L Gihon
111
Bibliographic Notices
113
The Autobiography of Commodore Charles Morris U S N
115
Curves of Stability of the Daphne and Hammonia By Chas
117
Books Received
118
Fleets of the World By Captain S B Luce U S N 5
119
Competitive Trial of Chronometers at the United States Naval
135
Bibliographic Notices
139
On the Tension of Winding WireGuns By Ensign Philip R Alger
141
Letter of Lieutenant W W Hunter U S N to the Secretary
147
Discussion on the Prize Essay of 188c The Naval Policy of
155
Reviews
159
A Proposed Armament for the Navy By Commodore E Simpson
167
No 33
175
The Use of Steam in the Manufacture of Gunpowder
182
Charts and Chart Making By Lieut John E Pillsbury U S N
187
Reviews
189
Bibliographic Notices
196
In Memoriam RearAdmiral John Rodgers U S N
197
Books Received
203
The Coefficient of Safety in Navigation By Professor W A Rogers
205
Corrections for Wind Motion of Gun and Speed of Target and
207
The Marine Ram as designed by RearAdmiral Daniel Ammen U S
209
The Valuation of Coal By Professor Charles E Munroe U S N A
221
The Theory of the Deep Sea Wave By Assistant Naval Constructor
223
The Avoidance of Collisions on the Sea at Night and the Employ
225
Magazine Small Arms By Lieut W W Kimball U S N
231
A Study By Lieut E W Very U S N
233
Graphical Method for Navigators By Commander C D Sigsbee
241
Proposed System for Circulating and Heating Water Drainage and Ven
247
Aids to Navigation By Lieut Com F E Chadwick U S N
255
Curves of Stability By Commander C M Chester U S N
257
Application of CoastSurvey Methods to
265
The Use of Iron and Steel in the Construction of Vessels of War Dis
267
Notes on the Literature of Explosives By Professor Charles E Munroe
269
The Naval Brigade By Lieut J C Soley U S N
271
On the Combustion of Gunpowder in Guns By Lieutenant J
321
The Lee System for Small Arms By James P Lee President of
325
Reviews
329
Additions to Library
332
Smith Sound and its Exploration By Dr Emil Bessels
333
Books Received
339
A UBow Section and a Long Buttock Line By Lieutenant Seaton
349
The Coefficient of Safety in Navigation By Prof W A Rogers
353
No 34
355
War Its Causes Usages and Effects
361
The Coefficient of Safety in Navigation By Comdr P F Harrington
385
Hon R B Forbes to Prof W A Rogers
397
The Fryer Buoyant Propeller By Lieutenant W H Jaques U S N
401
Machine Guns By Lieut W W Kimball U S N
405
The Physalia or Portuguese ManofWar By Midshipman W E Saf
413
Embargo Reprisals and Retorsion
416
the Cruise of the U S Ship Cyane during
419
Blockade The Objects Establishment Manner of Con
423
A Modified Monitor with a New Method of Mounting and Working
437
Notes on the Literature of Explosives By Professor Charles E Munroe
439
Wave Motion and the Resistance of Ships By Prof J M Rice U S N
447
Discussion on the Prize Essay of 1881
453
Aids in the Practical Work of Navigation By Lieut A Ross U S N
461
Contraband of War
464
their Cause By CivilEngineer U S G White U S N
467
Professional Notes
473
Discussion Boston Branch
483
Bibliographic Notices
487
Longitudinal and Hoop Tensions in a Thick Hollow Cylinder By Lieu
489
Cylinder Diameters of Marine Compound Engines By Assistant Engineer
497
Books Received
500
Reviews
505
The Right of Search
509
Books Received
522
Ships Papers and Nationality
525
Additions to Library
529
Part VIIL Prize Capture and Salvage
533
Operation of the British Navy and Transport ServiceContinued
540
Privateering
554
England
570
Neutral Rights and Duties
573
Appendix I
604
Bibliographic Notes
627
No 35
633
Notes on the Literature of Explosives By Professor Charles E Munroe
657
Ocean Lanes A Letter from Captain John Codman
675
France
683
Reviews
695
The Cruise of the Alliance in Search of the Jeannette By Lieutenant
699
Bibliographic Notices
703
Books Received
712
Notes on Intercepting Chasing etc By Lieutenant H O Kittenhouse
721
Curves of Pressure in Guns By Lieutenant J F Meigs U S N
743
The Proposed Abolition of the Astronomical Day and its Bearing
753
Officers of the Institute
755
Germany
759
Notes on the Literature of Explosives IX By Prof Chas
763
United States 797
807
Book Notices
817
Plant for the Manufacture of Guns
829

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