'Scott's code'. The ship owners' telegraphic code 1880. Repr., with suppl. 1882 combined

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Page 405 - Should ice set in during loading " so as to endanger the ship, master to be " at liberty to sail with part cargo and to " have leave to fill up at any open port on " the way homeward for ship's benefit.
Page 151 - The bills of lading to be signed as presented, without prejudice to this charter.
Page 414 - In a charter party that cargoes are "to be brought to and taken from alongside, at charterer's risk and expense, and, should there be any lighterage or wharfage, this to be also for charterer's account...
Page 414 - The cargo must be brought to, and taken from alongside at > charterer's risk and expense.
Page 271 - ... Words announcing arrival, include the phrase "all well," unless the context shows to the contrary.] Please watch our interests.
Page 299 - The vessel is bound to your port. We place her in your hands for homeward business. She is already chartered outward. (SC) 2. /.a. of bind. 1) jbjiR-if- u * . 2) (f.JOJ ^ / ^'.j > it . 3) &+• Я , 3 T~> f • bound blasting powder ИХ' /К Hfj- ^ bound charge (electron) ЙШШЙ (Ш7-).
Page 126 - Wire us her arrival. ) is bound to your port. We place her in your hands ) for inward business.

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