The A B C Universal Commercial Electric Telegraphic Code, Specially Adapted for the Use of Financiers, Merchants, Shipowners, Underwriters, Engineers, Brokers, Agents, &c., Suitable for Every One: Multum in Parvo. Simplicity and Economy Palpable, Secrecy Absolute

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E. Fisher & Company limited, 1901 - Cipher and telegraph codes - 1400 pages

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Page 456 - They stay one month, two months, three months, four months, five months, six months, seven months, eight months, nine months.
Page 134 - The cargo to be brought to and taken from alongside at merchants...
Page 416 - All liability of the charterers under this agreement shall cease as soon as the cargo is on board . . . the owners and master to have a lien on the cargo for all freight, dead freight, and demurrage.
Page 225 - Name for one day, two days, three days, four days, five days, six days...
Page 330 - The freight to be paid on unloading, and right delivery of the cargo...
Page 75 - ... at current rate of exchange for bills on London at six months: The vessel to deliver as customary, and the cargo to be discharged at the average rate of not less than sixty tons a working day, weather permitting, or to pay demurrage at the rate of 4d.
Page 94 - The captain to sign bills of lading at any rate of freight, without prejudice to this charter. In the event of a less freight the bills of lading of part of the cargo to be filled up for loss, if any.
Page 404 - Employ a lawyer Will employ a lawyer Not necessary to employ a lawyer I am (we are) employing a lawyer See lawyer and arrange as deemed best What does your lawyer advise Lay Days.
Page vi - ... The SECRECY of the message between two persons can be made absolute even though any other person may have every command of the telegram and of the contents of the volume. Every sentence is identified with a Code Number of five figures to be found in i 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 o, which can be represented by a...

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