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ELECTRIC TELEGRAPHIC 

CODE 

SPECIALLY ADAPTED FOR THE USB OF 

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PREFACE. 



The continued success of, and the increased demand for, the ^*A^BC 
Telegraphic Code," combined with the many urgent friendly requests of 
numerous users of this work, have induced the Author to avail himself 
of the alterations in the Rules and Regulations of the Telegraphic Con- 
ference, to thoroughly revise and improve upon the previous editions. 
This has entailed a very great expense and outlay of time, labour, and 
materia^ which he hopes will meet with increased approbation. The 
first edition contained about 12,800 sentences; the present nearly 
25,000, a very important and valuable advance. At the same time, 
every attention and care have been given in the recompiling to adapt 
the Code to satisfy the said Rules and Requirements of the Telegraphic 
Conference of 1879. 

Every day the value of the telegraphic system is being more and more 
felt. It has revolutionised our commerce, and proved of inestimable 
value in domestic affairs ; there is no relation of life in which the in- 
fluence of the change it has effected has not been felt. Electricity has 
done as much as human effort can accomplish towards the annihilation 
of space and time, and its adaptation for practical purposes is, perhaps, 
the greatest invention of the present century. 

The power of rapidly exchanging messages and replies with almost 
every part of the globe implies the existence of an organisation which has 
been built up noiselessly, but with infinite skill, judgment, and tact 
It is clear that, like the penny postage system, the electric wire is 
identifying itself with the business habits and convenience of the world 
at large. It is therefore astonishing that there should be an occasional 
hesitancy in encouraging the rapid growth of so formidable an addition 
to our means of communication, which must, inevitably, lead to an 
enonnous increase in the revenues of the various companies. Some of 
the present rules and regulations, however, seem to be in the direction of 
prohibition and not encouragement. It appears to be tacitly assumed 



IV 

by the telegraphic officials that the traders and not the consumers are 
those to whom an obligation is due. A considerable increase in com- 
mercial telegrams would follow the granting of increased privileges to 
senders, for a large amount of the present messages relate to matters of 
such comparatively small magnitude, that any difficulty^ or increase of 
cost in transmitting, might easily become prohibitory. All languages 
should be allowed, and any proposal to make a difference between code 
words and other words should be rejected. The employment of tele- 
grams is an important aid to the progress of civilisation and the com- 
mercial prosperity of the world ; and, consequently, the reduction of 
rates and removal of restrictions would doubtless be beneficial to alL 

The aim of the Author has been to render the work as comprehensive, 
correct, and complete as possible; but he cannot accept any responsibility 
whatever {or any consequences arising from error, want of instruction, 
explanation, or other cause of any kind in connection therewith. Eveiy 
possible care and attention have been taken in the compilation ; and on 
its merits only does he present the book for the use of the public 

It has been brought to the Author's knowledge that some persons 
have purchased a single copy of the "ABC Telegraphic Code " for 
service in compiling Codes of their own ; the Author would intimate 
that such an operation is a breach of the Copyright Act, and liable to 
become a matter of legal and unpleasant procedure. Should, however, 
any person desire to appropriate any part of this Code for their own 
individual or private use, and not for publishing, the Author is not 
adverse to a proposal for permission to allow the same. 

On page x examples are given of a complete and unlimited system 
of Coding. Although it may, probably, not be in strict accordance with 
some of the Rules of the Telegraphic Conference, it may be useful 
under certain other circumstances, and also where cypher messages 
are accepted, or a letter rate chai^^ed. 

W. C.-T. 

London, 1880. 



PREFACE TO FIRST EDITION. 



The Electric Telegraph may be said now to embrace the whole of the 
civilised world in its network of cables and wires. The largest class of 
persons who are continually availing themselves of its great and manifold 
advantages are those engaged in mercantile pursuits. On the other 
handj there are great disadvantages connected with the present system 
of sending messages, not the least important of which are those of 
expensiveness and publicity. The merchant on looking over his 
accounts always expects to find the item for " telegrams " a very heavy 
one ; it may, therefore, be assumed, on the ground of economy alone, 
that he would be found willing to give a fair trial to any good system 
which guaranteed a considerably reduced expenditure ; and diere can 
be no doubt that business men generally feel the want of a better and 
more economical ^^stem. 

As regards the publicity of the old system, the Author is aware that 
cipher messages are used to ensure secrecy, but their use is very 
limited, owing to the trouble and difficulty they occasion to the sender, 
transmitter, and the receiver, caused by the want of a simple system. 

These and other equally great disadvantages satisfied the Author 
that an attempt should be made to overcome them ; and as it does not 
appear that the attempt has been made by anyone else, he ventures to 
submit "The ABC Universal Commercial Electric Telegraphic Code" 
to public notice. It will be found to contain a dictionary of sentences 
adapted to meet the general requirements of Financiers, Merchants, 
^ipowners, Brokers, Agents, &c., &c. 

Simplicity, Economy, and Secrecy, are the three great objects 
which the Author has kept in view. 

With regard to Simplicity, every sentence is identified with and 
represented by a single Code word. This is the simplest and easiest 
possible method for any telegraphic Code. 

The Economy of using this Code wiU be seen at a glance. Very 



VI 

frequently a single Code word represents a complete message, and in 
other cases a Code word would represent from four or five to upwards of 
twenty ordinary words. The saving effected on a single foreign message 
would therefore, in many cases, more than repay the cost of a copy of 
the volume, and in a short time the saving would be quite a himdred- 
fold. It will, of course, be necessary that any mercantile house using 
this Code should see that their friends with whom they wish to communi- 
cate are supplied with a copy ; the cost of which, as before remarked, 
will be insignificant when compared with the saving effected. 

The Secrecy of the message between two persons can be made abso- 
lute, even though any other person may have every command of the tele- 
gram and of the contents of the volume. Every sentence is identified 
with a Code Number of five figures to be found ini234s6789o, 
which can be represented by a word, sentence, or group of ten different 
letters of the alphabet, after the same manner as a tradesman places 
a private mark on his goods to denote price, &c. All that is necessary 
is that the two persons shall agree upon any ten different letters that may 
suggest themselves. Examples may be found on pages vii. and viii. 
It will be seen thereby that the number of possible variations is 
practically unlimited ; consequently, the choice of a Code of ten letters 
is also unlimited, their great variety admitting of frequent changes if 
necessary ; in fact, the change might be made for every message, or 
eveiy hour, by agreed arrangement, and thus the absolute secrecy of 
the Code maintained. 

The Author hopes that his work will show the possibility of attam- 

ing SiMPUClTV, Economy, and Secrecy, the three great objects of 

a telegraphic code, and that the time may be not &r distant when the 

use of this Code will become as universal as a Code of Marine Signals, 

a Railway Guide^ or Time Table, 

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Example.— I 



To send a telegram according to the plan of this work, first have the 
message clearly written out at full length, then select the leading words 
or their equivalents in the message. On referring to the 'A B C/ the 
Code Word will be easily found in the next previous column, opposite 
to such leading word or words, for example : — 

MESSAGE. 
'There is a favoiurable change in the market in consequence of small 
supplies coming to hand Telegraph cost, freight, and insurance Dutch 
crushed sugar, immediate shipment, payable one-third on shipment, 
two-thirds on delivery. Last parcel arrived in a very bad state, owing 
to bad weather at sea ; have held survey, certificate by first post Keep 
us well advised of sailings from ^our port' 

^** Enrique** is stranded, but do not expect any damage 3 got on shore 
through fault of pilot Tugs now assisting; we write you fuU particulars.' 

CODED. 

' Maundering, Congress, Supperless, Counter, Enemistar, lUicitous, 

Patrolling, Panivorous, Aretology, Waxwork, Sweeten, Salissant. 

*' Enrique;* Streamlet, Solstice, Turtle, Worthily. 

CIPHER. 
With regard to secret telegraphy in cipher, choose any ten different 
letters of the alphabet, for example "Cumberland," to represent 
1^345^7^90* As a great many of the sentences are num- 

CUMBBKLAND 

bered above 9,999 it is necessary to make them all of five figures each ; 
for this reason noughts must be prefixed until the number 10,000 is 
arrived at If this plan is not adopted some confusion will arise to 
the receiver, as the letters will become mixed up. The above message 
by this plan would be as follows ; — 

daerc | dmecb | cmnum | dmlrc | uducb | dldrd | cdurr | cddam 
dcurc I cecmd | cbddm | cuuru 

** Enrique" \ cmlec [ cmmue | cbrbm | cebcn 

All that the receiver has to do is to tick off the message into groups 
of five letters each as above. 



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EXAMPLE CIPHER CODES .• 

The following tables have been compiled to illustrate the fbnnation 
and selection of secret codes ; and to avoid possible confusion, the 
letters J and W have been purposely omitted, because of their similarity 
to I and V respectively, which are by some methods of telegraphy 
frequently made to do duty for each other. 

(Take any xo letters reading from left to right, or from right to left.) 



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there would be some thousands of changes ; if the other 35 letters were treated upon 
same {xrindple, the number of illustrations would be almost unlimited. 



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CONTENTS. 



Preface to Fourth Edition . 
Preface to First Edition 
Example Message. — I. 
Example Cipher Codes . 
Example Message. — II. . 
Extended Index of Vocabulary 
Opinions of the Press . 



Ill 

V 

• • 
Vll 

• • • 

VIll 
X 

• • « 

xm 
xix 



PABT I. 

Vocabulary . . * . 

Addenda (Skeleton Code to Part I.) 

PABT II. 

Stocks (British, Colonial, and Foreign) . 

Railways (British, Colonial, and Foreign) 

Banks .... 

Finance Companies 

Insurance Companies . 

Miscellaneous Companies 

Mines .... 

Products, Commodities, &c. 

Classification of Vessels 

Ship's Gear and Parts . 

Ship's Machinery . 

Ports and Stations 

Weights and Measures. 

Packages 

London and Baltic Rates 

Mediterranean and Black Sea Rates 

Prices, Rates, &c. in Sterling 

Prices, Rates, &c. in Francs 

Prices, Rates, &c. in Dollars 

Numbers, Quantities, &c. 

Addenda (Skeleton Code to Part II.) 



I to 310 
• 313 



337 

343 
360 

364 

365 

367 
380 

383 
406 

409 

411 

413 
419 

420 

421 

422 

424 

432 
436 

440 

451 



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VOCABULARY. 



Abandon . 


PACK 


PAGB 

Again ... 14 


Abandoned 




Against 




14 


Abandonment 




Agent (s) . 




14 


Abate 




Agree 




15 


Abide 






Agreed 




15 


Able . 






Agreement . 




15 


Aboard 




2 


.ground 
Allotment . 




15 


Abolished . 




2 




. 16 


About 




2 


Allow 




16 


Abroad 




2 


Allowance . 




16 


Abscond 




. 3 


Alongside . 




17 


Absconded , 




. 3 


Already 




. 17 


Absence 




. 3 


Alter • 




• 17 


Absent 




. 3 


Alteration . 




• 17 


Abstain 




> 3 


Amalgamated 




17 


Abstract 




. 3 


Amount 




. 17 


Abundance . 




> 3 


Animation . 




. 18 


Accede 




> 3 


Announce . 




18 


Accept 






Announced . 




. 18 


Accepted 
Accident 






Annoyed 




. 18 






Answer 




. 18 


Accomplish 




Answered . 




19 


Accomplished 




Anticipate . 




. 19 


Accommodate 




Anticipated 




. 19 


Accommodated . 




Anticipation 




. 19 


Accord 


. 5 


Anxious 




. 19 


Accordance 


. 6 


Appeal 




' 19 


According . 


6 


Appear 




19 


Account • 


6 


Appearance 




. 19 


Accumulate 


. 7 


Appliance . 




. 20 


Accumulating 


. 7 


Application 




. 20 


Acquitted . 


. 7 


Appropriate 




. 20 


Act . 




■ 7 


Approval . 




. 20 


Acting 




8 


April . 






. 20 


Action 




8 


Arbitrate 






. 21 


Adequate 




. 8 


Arbitration , 






. 21 


Address 




. 8 


Arbitrator 






. 22 


Adhere 




. 8 


Army 






. 22 


Adjustment 




. 9 


Arrange 






. 22 


Adrift 




. 9 


Arranged . 






. 23 


Admit 




. 9 


Arrangemen 


t 




. 23 


Advance 




9 


Arrest 






24 


Advantage . 




10 


Arrested 






24 


Advertise 




. 10 


Arrival 






. 25 


Advertised 




. 10 


Arrivals 






25 


Advice 




II 


Arrive 






25 


Advise (s) . 




12 


Arrived 






25 


Advised 




. 12 


Arrives 






. 26 


Advisedly . 




. 12 


Articles 






. 26 


Aflatrs 




. '3 


Ascertain 






. 26 


Affect 




• '3 


Ascertained 






. 26 


Aflirmative . 




. 13 


Ashore 






. 26 


Affirmed 




■ 13 


Assets 






. 26 


Aineighter . 




. 13 


Assist 






27 


Afloat 




. 13 


Assistance . 






. 27 


After . 




• »3 


Attachment 




27 


Afternoon 




. 14 


Attention 


■ 




. 27 



Auction 

August 

Authorities 

Authority 

Autumn 

Average 

Average Statement 

Average Bond 

Avoid 

Avoided 

Awarded 

Away 

Back . 

Bags . 

Bail . 

Balance (s) 

Ballast 

Bank . 

Bank Rate 

Bankrupt 

Bargain 

Barges 

Barratry 

Battle 

Behalf 

Believe 

Believed 

Berth . 

Best . 

Better 

Between 

Beware 

Bill (s) 

Bill of Health 

Bill (s) of Lading 

Bill of Sale 

Blockade 

Board 

BoUer 

Bond . 

Bottom 

Bottomry (Bond) 

Bought X 

Boxes 

Breeze 

Broken 

Broker (s) 

Brokerage 

Brought 

Builders 

Building 

Bullion 

Bunkers 

Burnt . 

Burst . 

Business 

Buy . 



PACK 
28 
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35 
35 
35 
35 
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38 

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39 

39 

39 

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40 

40 

41 
41 
41 
41 
41 
42 
42 
42 
42 
42 
42 
43 
43 
44 



XIV 



Extended Index of Vocabulary. 





FAGS 




PACK 




PAGE 


Buyers 


45 


Communicated 


68 


Defective 


. 86 


Baying 


. 46 


Communication . 


68 


Deficient 




. 86 


Cabin 


. 46 


Compensation 


68 


Definite 




. 86 


Calked 


46 


Compensated 


. 68 


Delay 




. 86 


Call ... . 


47 


Compromise 


. 68 


Deliver 




. 87 


Called 


47 


Compromised 


. 69 


Delivery 




. 87 


Can . . . . 


47 


Conclusion . . 


■ 69 


Demand 




. 88 


Cancel 


47 


Condemned 


. 69 


Demurrage . 




. 89 


Cancelled . 


. 4S 


Condition . 


. 69 


Departure 




■ 90 


Captain 


49 


Conditions . . * . 


70 


Depend 




• 90 


Careful 


50 


Confidence . 


70 


Depended 




■ 90 


Cargo 


50 


Confusion . 


. 70 


Deposit 




' 90 


Carriage . ^ . 


• 52 


Connection . 


. 70 


Derelict 




. 90 


Carried . * . 


72 


Consequence 


■ 71 


Description 




• 91 


Carry . • • . 


52 


Consideration 


71 


Deserted 




• 91 


Case . . . . 


- 53 


Considered . 


. 71 


Despatch 




. 91 


Cash . . . . 


53 


Consign 


. 71 


Despatched 




' 91 


Cattle 


• 53 


Consigned . 


71 


Destination 




. 92 


Cause 


• 54 


Consignee . 


72 


Destroyed . 




92 


Caution 


- 54 


Consignment 


72 


Detained 




. 92 


Cease . 


- 54 


Consist 


. 72 


Detention . 




93 


Ceased 


- 54 


Construction 


. 72 


Died . 




93 


Cent . . . . 


• 54 


Consul 


73 


Difference . 




• 93 


Certain 


- 55 


Consult 


73 


Difficulty , 




93 


Certificate . 


• 55 


Consulted . 


. 73 


Dimensions . 




93 


Change 


• 56 


Consumption 


73 


Direct. 




• 94 


Channel 


. 56 


Contingencies 


• 73 


Disappoint . 




> 94 


Charge (s) . 


, 56 


Contract 


■ 73 


Disappointed 


► 94 


Charter 


■ 57 


Contrary . 


75 


Disbursements . 


• 94 


Chartered . 


. 58 


Control 


75 


Discharge . 


• 94 


Chartering . 


. 58 


Convenient . 


. 75 


Discharged . 


95 


Charter Party 


■ 58 


Copy . . . . 


75 


Discharging 


96 


Cheaper 


' 59 


Correct 


• 75 


Disconnected 


96 


Cheque 


• 59 


Corroded 


75 


Discontinue 


96 


Choaked 


' 59 


Cost . . . . 


75 


Discontinued 


. 96 


Choice 


' 59 


Cracked 


. 76 


Discount . 


97 


Circumstances 


• 59 


Crane 


. 76 


Discretion , 




97 


Claim (s) . 


. 60 


Credit 


76 


Dishonest . 




97 


Class . . . . 


60 


Crew . 


. 77 


Dispensed . 




97 


Classification 


. 61 


Crop . 


. 78 


Disposal 




97 


Clause 


. 61 


Custom 


. 79 


Dispute 




. 98 


Clear . 


. 62 


Customary . 


79 


Diver . 




98 


Cleared 


. 62 


Customers . 


79 


Dividend 




. 98 


Close . 


. 62 


Custom House 


80 


Dock . 




98 


Closed 


62 


Cwt 


. 80 


Docking 




99 


Coal . . . . 


63 


Cyclone 


80 


Document(s] 




99 


Coast . . . . 


. 64 


Damage 


80 


Doing. 




100 


Coasting 


. 64 


Damaged . 


81 


Done . 




. 100 


Coasting Trade . 


64 


Date . . . . 


. 81 


Doubt 




. 100 


Code . . . . 


. 64 


Day . . . . 


. 82 


Draft . 




. lOI 


Coded 


. 64 


Days . . . . 


. 82 


Draw . 




. lOI 


Collision . 


64 


Dead Weight . 


. 83 


Drawback . 




. 102 


Collapsed . 


6s 


Dear . . . . 


. 83 


Drawn 




. 102 


Combine . 


65 


Debit . . . . 


83 


Drowned 




. 102 


Combined . 


65 


December . 


83 


Drunk 




. 102 


Combustibles ^ . 


. 6s 


Decide 


. 84 


Due . 




. 102 


Come . * . 


6s 


Decided 


84 


Dues . 




. 102 


Commence . 


. 66 


Decline 


. 84 


Dunnage 




. 103 


Commenced 


66 


Declined 


. 85 


Dutv . 
Early . 




. 103 


Commission 


66 


Deck . . . . 


. 85 




. 104 


Communicate 


. 67 


Deduction . 


85 


Earthquake 




. 104 



Extended Index of Vocabulary, 



XV 



Economy 

Economical , 

Effect. 

Effort . 

Either. 

Elsewhere 

EmbsLT)^ 

Embark 

Embezzlement 

Employ 

Employed . 

£lmpty 

Emigrants 

Encourage 

Encouragement 

Enforce 

Enforced 

Engage 

Engaged 

Engagements 

Engine 

Engineer 

Enough 

Entertain 

Entitled 

Epidemic 

Error . 

Escape 

Estimate(s) 

Evening 

Evidence 

Examination 

Examined 

Exceeding 

Excepted 

Exception(s] 

Excess 

Exchange 

Excitement 

Excuse 

Execute 

Executed 

Existing 

Expect 

Expected 

Expedient 

Expense(s) 

Explanation(s) 

Explosion 

Export 

Extract 

Extent 

Facility 

FaU . 

Failed. 

Failure 

Famine 

Fault . 

Favour 

Fear . 

February 



PAGE 
104 

04 
04 
04 
05 
05 

OS 

05 

05 

OS 

05 

05 
06 

06 

06 

06 

07 
07 

07 

07 

08 

08 

09 

09 

09 

09 

09 

09 
o 

o 

o 

o 

I 

I 



Feeling 
Few . 
Fill . 
FiUing 
Finance 
Find . 
Fine . 
Finish. 
Finished 
Fire . 
Firm(s) 
Fit . 
Fitted. 
Fix . 
Fixed . 
Fleet . 
Flood(s) 
Fog . 
FoDow 
Forgotten 
Forward 
Forwarded 
Foul . 
Found 
Foundered 
Fraud. 
Free . 
Freight 
Freighter(s) 
Friend (s) 
Fresh . 
Friday 
Frost . 
Fruit . 
Full . 
Further 
Future 
Gain . 
Gale(s) 
Gaol . 
Gave . 
Gear . 
Genuine 
Get . 
Give . 
Given . 
Glad . 
Go . 
Going. 
Gold . 
Gone . 
Good . 
Goods. 
Gratis . 
Gratuity 
Gridiron 
Grievance 
Grounded 
Guarantee 
Guard. 
Guidance 



PAGE 

18 
18 
18 

19 
19 
19 
19 
19 

20 
20 

21 
21 
21 
21 
22 
22 

23 

23 

23 

23 

23 

24 
24 

24 

24 

25 

2S 

25 

27 

27 

27 

27 
28 

28 

28 

28 

28 

29 
29 

29 
29 
29 
29 
30 
30 
30 
31 
31 
31 
32 
32 
32 

33 
34 
34 
34 
34 
34 
35 
35 
35 



Guilty . 

Harvest 

Hasten 

Hatches 

Have . 

Heard 

Heat . 

Here . 

High . 

Higher 

Hire . 

Hired. 

Hold . 

Holders 

Home. 

Honorable 

Hope . 

Horse Power 

Hospital 

Hour(s) 

How . 

Hurricane 

Hurry 

lurt . 

ce 

gnorant 

11 . 

magine 

mmaterial 

mmediate 

mmediately 

mpatient 

mportant 

mports 

mpossible 

mpression 

mproper 

mprove 

nadequate 

ncapable 

nclined 

nclusive 

nconsistent 

nconvenience 

ncorrect 

ncrease 

ndefinite 

ndemnify 

ndiscreetly 

nduce 

nducement 

nfected 

nfection 

nform 

nformation 

njured 

njury 

nquiry 

nsert . 

nsist . 

nsolvent 



rAGB 

135 
136 
136 
136 
'37 
137 
137 
137 
137 
138 
138 
138 
138 
139 
139 
«39 
139 
139 
139 

139 
140 

140 

140 

140 

141 

141 
141 
141 
142 
142 
142 
142 
142 
142 

143 

143 

143 

H3 

143 

143 

143 
144 

144 
144 
144 
144 
144 
144 
144 

145 

145 

145 

145 

H5 

H5 
146 

146 

146 

146 

146 

147 



xvi 






Extended Index of Vocabulary, 








FACE 




PACK 


PACE 


Instruct . . 147 


Lost . 


. 166 


Neglect . .182 


Instructions 




' 147 


Lower 


. 166 


Negotiate 


B 




. 182 


Insurance . 




:1^ 


Lowest 


. 166 


Negotiation! 


1 




. 183 


Insure . 






Luggers 
Machinery . 


. 166 


Neither 






. 183 


Insured 






149 


. 167 


Never. 






. 183 


Intention 






• 149 


Made . 


. 167 


Neutral 






. 183 


Interest(s) 






. 149 


Maa(s) 


. 167 


New . 






. 183 


Interfere 






. 150 


Make 


. 168 


News . 






. 183 


Interfering . 






. ISO 


Manage 


. 168 


Newspaper(! 


b 




. 184 


Invest. 






. 150 


Managed . 


. 168 


Night. 






. 184 


Invested 






. 150 


Management 


. x68 


No . 






. 184 


Investment 






. 151 


Manifested . 


. 168 


Nothing 






. 184 


Invoice 






. 151 


Manner 


. 169 


Notice 






. 185 


Irregular 






. 151 


Manufactures 


. 169 


November , 






186 


, anuary 






. 151 


Many . 


. 169 


Now . 






. 186 


\ ettisoned 






. 152 


March. 


. 169 


Number 






. 187 


, bint . 






' 152 


Margin 


. 170 


Numeral(s> 






. 187 


' bin . 






► 152 


Mark(s) 


. 170 


Numerous . 






. 187 


, udgment 






152 


Market 


. 170 


Oath . 






. 187 


;uly . 






152 


Mast(s) 


. 172 


Object 






. 187 


. une . 






. »S3 


Mate . . . , 


. 172 


Objection . 






. 188 


Ceep . 






. 154 


Mate's Receipt . 


. 172 


Obligation . 






. 188 


Killed. 






' 154 


Mats .... 


173 


ObUge 




, 


188 


Kind . 






. «S4 


Matter(s) . 


173 


Obtain 






188 


Know. 






. 154 


May . . . . 


173 


Obtained . 






188 


Labour 






• 155 


Mean(s) 


174 


Occasion 






189 


Landed 






15s 


Meeting 


174 


Occupation . 






189 


Large. 






15s 


Men • . . , 


174 


October 






189 


Last • 






156 


Mentioned . 


175 


Off . 






190 


Later . 






. 156 


Merchant(s) 


175 


Offer(s) 






190 


Launched 






. 156 


Merchantable 


»7S 


Offered 






192 


Lawyer 






. 156 


Message 


175 


Offering 






192 


Lay Days 






. 156 


Michaelmas 


175 


Often. 






192 


Lazaretto 






. 157 


Ministry 


175 


Omission . 






192 


Leak . 






. 157 


Missing 


. 176 


Omit . 






192 


Leak^. 






. 157 


Mistake 


..176 


Omitted 






192 


Leaking 






157 


Misunderstood . 


. 177 


Only . 






193 


Leave. 






'57 


Model ; 


. 177 


Open . 






193 


Left . 






' '58 


Monday 


. 177 


Operation(s) 






193 


Less . 






' '58 


Mon^ 
Month(s) . 


. «77 


Opinion 






193 


Letter(s) 






' '!» 


. 178 


Opponents , 






194 


liabiUty . 






. 160 


Monthly 


. 179 


Opportunity 






194 


Liberty 






, 160 


More . 


. 179 


Oppose 






195 


Lien • 






. 160 


Morning 


. 179 


Opposed 






195 


Lighterage 






. 161 


Mortgage 


. 179 


Opposition 






195 


Lighters 






. 161 


'Mortg!^ee(s) 


. 179 


0]3tion 






195 


Lightning 






. 161 


Murder 


. 179 


Order(s) 






196 


Limits 






161 


Murdered . 


. 180 


Ordered 






. 199 


Liquidation . 






, 161 


Must . 


. 180 


Out . 






199 


Lives . 






, 169 


Mutinous . 


. 180 


Outward 






200 


Load . 






. 162 


Mutiny 
Naked 


. 180 


Overboard 






. 200 


Loaded 






162 


. 180 


Overhauling 






. 200 


Loading 






, 162 


Name . 


. 180 


Owner(s) 






. aoo 


Loan . 






164 


Nationality . 


. 181 


Packages 






, 200 


Lock-out 






164 


Nature 


. 181 


Packing 






. 201 


Long . 






164 


Navigable . 


. 181 


Paid . 






. 201 


Longer 






164 


Navigation . 


. 181 


Painting 






. 202 


Look . 






165 


Near . 


. 181 


Panic . 






. 202 


Looking 






165 


Necessary . 


. 182 


Papers 






. 202 


Lose . 






165 


Necessity . 


. 182 


Parcels 






. 203 


Loss . 






165 


Need . . . . 


, 182 


Parliament . 






, 202 



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PAGE 




Pait . . . .202 


Prospect(s) . 


. 219 


Repair(s) . 


Parted 




> 203 


Protest 


. 220 


Repaired 




PartiCalais • 




. 203 


Provide 


. 220 


Repeat 




Partners 






. 203 


Provision 


. 221 


Replaced 




Passage 






. 203 


Provisions . 


. 221 


Reply. 




Passenger(s) 






. 203 


Pump(s) 


. 221 


Report 




Pattcrn(s) , 






. 205 


Purchase(s) . 


. 221 


Reported 




Pay . 






. 205 


Purport 


. 222 


Request 




Payable 






. 206 


Purpose 


. 222 


Require 




Payment 






. 206 


Push . 


. 222 


Required 




Peace. 






. 206 


Put . 


. 222 


Requirements 


Pending 






► 207 


QuaHty 


. 223 


Reserve 


Pennission , 






. 207 


Quantities . 


. 224 


Respectable 


Pcnnit 






. 207 


Quantity 


. 224 


Responsible 


Petition 






. 207 


Quarantine . 


. 225 


Result 


Picked up . 






. 207 


Question 


226 


Return 




Pilot . 






. 207 


Quick. 


. 226 


Revolution 




Pirates 






. 208 


Quotation(s) 


. 226 


Reward 




Place. 






, 208 


Railway 


, 226 


Risk(s) 




Placed 






. 208 


Rain . 


. 227 


Road(s) 




Plenty 






. 208 


Rate(s) 


. 227 


Room. 




Plentiful 






. 208 


Reaction 


, 229 


Rotten 




Plundered . 






. 209 


Read . 


. 229 


Run . 




Policy 






. 209 


Ready . • . 


. 229 


Run down , 




Poor . 






. 209 


Reason 


. 230 


Sacrifice 




Port(s) 






. 209 


Reasonable . 


. 230 


Safe . 




Portion 






. 211 


Rebate 


. 230 


Safely. 




Position 






, 211 


Receive 


. 230 


Sail(s) 




Positive 






. 212 


Received 


. 230 


Sailed 




Possible 






. 212 


Recognise . . 


. 231 


Sailings 




Post . 






. 212 


Recollect . 


. 231 


Sailors 




Power 






. 212 


Recommence 


. 231 


Sa]e(s) 




Practicable 






. 213 


Recommenced 


. 231 


Saleable 




Practice 






. 213 


Recommend 


. 232 


Salvage 




Precaution 






. 213 


Recompense 


. 232 


Same . 




Precise 






. 213 


Recover 


. 232 


Sample (s) 




Prefer. 






. 213 


Recovered . 


. 232 


Satisfaction 




Prejudice 






. 213 


Redress 


• 233 


Satisfactory 




Premium 






. 213 


Reduction . 


. 233 


Satisfied 




Prepare 






. 214 


Refer . 


• 233 


Saturday 




Present 






. 214 


Reference . 


• 233 


Saved 




Prevent 






. 214 


Refusal 


• 233 


Scarce 




Price(s) 






. 214 


Refuse 


• 233 


Scarcity 




Private 






. 216 


Refused 


• 234 


Scarcely 




Primage 






. 216 


Regard 


. 234 


Screw 




Probable 






. 216 


Register 


. 234 


Scuttled 




Proceed 






. 216 


Registered . 


' 234 


Season 




Proceeds 






. 217 


Reject 


234 


Seaworthy 




Procedure 






. 217 


Relax. 


• 234 


Secure 




Procure 






. 217 


Release 


235 


Secured 




Procured 






. 217 


Released . 


• 235 


Security 




Produce 






. 217 


Reliance 


■ 235 


See . 




Profit . 






. 217 


Rely . . . . 


235 


Seeking 




Progress 






218 


Remain 


235 


Seen 




Prohibited 






218 


Remainder . 


236 


Seize . 




Promise 






218 


Remarks 


236 


Seized 




Prompt 






218 


Remit 


236 


Sell . 




Proportion(s 


) ■ 




218 


Remittance(s) 


237 


Sellers 




Proposal 






219 


Remunerative 


237 


Selling 




Propose 






219 


Render 


237 


Send . 




Prosecute 






219 


Renew 


237 


Sending 





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258 
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PAGE 




PAGE 




rAGB 


Sent . . 


. 259 


Subject 


. 276 


Typhooa . 


. 294 


Separate 


. 260 


Succeeded . 


277 


Unable 


. 294 


September . 


. 260 


Success 


277 


Uncertain . « 


. 294 


Serious 


. 261 


Suffered 


277 


Undergo 


. 294 


Service 


. 261 


Sufficient . 


. 277 


Undeisold . 


. 294 


Serviceable . 


. 261 


Suit . 


. 277 


Understand 


. 294 


Set . . . 


. 261 


SuiUble . 


. 277 


Undertake . 


. 294 


Settled 


. 261 


Sum . 


. 277 


Underwriters 


. 295 


Share . 


. 262 


Summer 


. 278 


Unfit . 


. 295 


Shares 


. 262 


Sunday 


. 278 


Unless 


. 295 


Shelter 


. 263 


Sunk . . . . 


278 


Unsafe • 


. 295 


Ship . 


. 263 


Superintend 


. 278 


Urge . . 


295 


Shipper (s) . 


. 264 


Supplied . 


. 278 


Use ... . 


295 


Shipped 


. 264 


Supplies 


279 


Usual 


. 296 


Shipment (s) 


. 265 


Supply 


. 279 


Utmost 


. 296 


Shore . 


. 267 


Sure . . . . 


, 280 


Vague 

ViJue 


. 296 


Short . 


. 267 


Survey 


. 280 


296 


Sick . 


. 267 


Surveyed . 


. 281 


Variation . 


. 297 


Sight . 
Silver 


. 267 


Surveyors . 


, 281 


Venture 


297 


. 268 


Suspension . 


. 281 


Verdict 


. 297 

. 298 


Sinkipg 


. 268 


Sustained . 


. 281 


Vessel (s) . 


Slip . 


. 268 


System 


281 


View . . . . 


300 


Slipped ' . 


. 268 


Tackle 


. 281 


Violent 


► 300 


Smii^lmg . 


. 268 


Take . . . . 


. 281 


Voyage 


. 300 


Snow . 


. 268 


Tally . . . . 


. 282 


Wait . 


. 300 


Sold . 


. 268 


Td^^am 


. 282 


Waiting . 


. 301 


Solvent 


. 270 


TelOTaph . 
Tendency . 


. 283 


Want. 


301 


Something . 


. 270 


. 284 


Wanted . 


. 301 


Soon . 


. 270 


Tender (s) . 


. 284 


War . 


. 30' 


Sorry . 


. 270 


Terms 


. 284 


Warranted . 


. 302 


Sought 


. 270 


Thanks 


. 285 


Warehouse . 


. 302 


Specie 


. 270 


Think 


. 286 


Watch 


. 302 


Speculation 


. 271 


Through . 


. 286 


Water . . 


. 302 


Speed 


. 271 


Thursday . 


. 286 


Weather . 


. 303 


Split . . •. 


. 271 


Tide (s) 


. 286 


Wednesday 


' 304 


Spring 


. 271 


Tight . 


. 287 


Week . 


. 304 


Sprung 


. 271 


Time . 


. 287 


Weekly . 


. 305 


Squall 


. 271 


To-day 


. 288 


Weigh 


. 305 


Standard . 


. 271 


To-morrow . 


. 288 


Weighed . 


• 305 


Start . 


. 271 


Ton (s) 


. 289 


Weight 


. 305 


Started 


. 271 


Tonnage 


. 289 


Wharf 


. 305 


State . 


. 272 


Total . 


. 289 


WiU . 


. 305 


Statement . 


. 272 


Towed 


. 289 


Wind. 




Stay . 


. 272 


Trace. 


. 290 


Winter . . 


'306 


Steam 


. 272 


Trade . 


. 290 


Wish . 


. 306 


Steamer 


. 272 


Train . 


. 290 


Withdraw . 


307 


Steps . 


. 273 


Transactions 


. 291 


Withdrawn 


. 307 


Stevedore (s) 


. 273 


Transfer 


. 291 


Work (s) . 


. 307 


Stiffening . 


. 273 


Transferred 


. 291 


Worn . 


.308 


Stock 


. 273 


Tranship 


. 291 


Worth 


308 


Stolen 


. 274 


Transhipped 


. 291 


Worse 


. 308 


Stop . 


. 274 


Transit 


. 291 


Wreck 


308 


Store . 


. 27s 


Treaty 


. 292 


Wrecked . 


* 309 


Stored 


. 275 


Trial . . . . 


. 292 


Writ . 


. 309 


Stores 


. 275 


Tribunal . 


. 292 


Write . 


' 309 


Storm 


. 275 


True . . . , 


. 292 


Wrong 


. 309 


Stowage 


. 275 


Trusted 


. 292 


Year (s) 


. 309 


Stranded 


. 275 


Try ... . 


293 


Yield . 


. 309 


Stress 


. 276 


Tuesday . 


293 


Yesterday . 


. 309 


Strike (s) . 


. 276 


Tug(s) . . , 


293 


Zeal . . . 


. 310 


Struck 


. 276 


Turn . . . , 


. 293 







OPINIONS OF THE PEESS. 



Timet. 
' No one «Ik> telegraphs should b« without it ; the plan and contents appear to have heen com- 
l^d with the ttunoat care. It is sure to become popolar.' 

Daily Telegraph. 
' An exeelltnt book. Every man of business should procure this valuable help, supplying a want 
loag ei^efienced by Um commerdal oooununity.' 

Momiiiff Post. 
'The compiler. In preparing his code, has had in view three great oUectt,— SlMruciTV, 
F.coNOMV, and SBCitBCV : and, »o far as we can judge, he ha^ been most successfiil in his endeavours ; 
the work cannot fiA to be useful to those who have occasion to use the telegraph to any exleot.* 

Daily ITews. 
*Is compiled with a view to ensure tslcoNOMv, Simplicity and SicxacY in the despatch of 
meissgei, and is adapted to meet commercial and other reqiircments.' 

Jjondon and China Telegraph. 
' A work in which a telerraph code is explained, which, on account of itt SiMrLiciTV, Ecomomt 
and Sacnacv, will doubtless be found of great use.' 

Mining JonmaL 

* Since the telegraphs have been in the hands of the Government, we have become so accustomed 
to teleeraphic inter-communication that we have gradiully grown more and more impatient in seiMling 
our orders to dutant correspondents and obtainiiug: their reply throujEh the ordinary postal channels : 
but when it is a ouesdon of communicating with (orei^ countries the cost of telegrams is still so high, 
that much difficulty is frequently experienced in retaining the intelligibility of a message, and at the 
same time so abbreviating it as to keep the cost of transmission within reasonable bounds To remove 
this difficulty, Mr. W. Clauson-Thub has arranged a very ingenious coce, admirably adapted for 
the use of merchants, brokers, and, indeed, all having correspondents at a distance tne book is so 
arranged that any business message can readily be transmuted either by code or cipher, and read 
with the utmost ncility by the correspondent receiving it. The code is extremely useful, and will 
unquestionably come largely into use amongst business men.' 

Bnllioniat. 
' The author of the ABO code has elaborated a very eotafAebt system, which enables the trans- 
mission of a long sentence by a sii^le word or a number, which will ensure accuracy and secrecy, and 
with these two other desirable elements. Simplicity ana Economy, Stock Exdiange operations may 
be facilitated b>r the code adapted to Railways. British, Foreign and Colonial Bank% ftc, &c, the 
whole representing a great labour for the future facility of bunness in this dqpartmenL' 

Iron* 

"llie mnsages or sentenras are suited to all the principal trad«s and professions, and have 
evidently been selected with CAre so as to combine Simplicity, Economy and Sbcrbcy.— simplicity 
to suit the capacity of any clerk ; economy, to reduce the charge for telgrams, which is beginninff to 
be a serious item in merchants' expenses ; and secrecy, to obviate the present public system of sending 



Produoe Market Beview. 

* Simplicity, Economy and Sbcrkcy are the three great < bjects which the compiler has kept in 
view. Considerable ingenuity and labour appear to have been spent in the securing of these primary 
essenttala of a tolegra]4iic code ' 

Morning AdFertiser. 

' As a means of reducing the expense of teleg^raphy^ this code will be found invaluable to all 
engaged in mercantile pursuits, the saving effected m a amgle foreign message wwild con<iiderablv 
more than cover the cost of the volume. This handy book wul be found of the greatest service to all 
whose business is largely dependent upon telegraphy, and is adapted for use in all branches of trade 
and commerce;' 

Shipping and Mercantile Oaaette. 

'Mr. W. Clauson-Thus has worked out his principle with considerable ingenuity, and his 
system, were it used, woukl no doUbt simplify messages, save time and expense, and ensure, if 
trquired, what would freguently be much prized, secrecy. In the construction of the code the author 
has exercised much lalxmous industry.' 

Standard. 

''This code involves Simplicity, Economy, and Sbckbcy, and its importance will doubtless be 
tccognised by firms in constant telegraphic communication with various parts of the world.* 

Public Opinion. 

* The code hove practically explained and illustrated by examples, appears to be a very ingenious 
and after a Uttle practice, eaMly to be understood.' 

Newe of the "World. 

* An ingeBioas method of conveying ielegra»'hic messages.' 

Echo. 
' This compvehcBsive book is admirab'y adapted lor every description of commercial and <8n«w^ a| 



Monetary and Mining Oaaette. 
' A work of incalculable value to commercial houses which are in the habit of spending large 
sums on teU|p«phic communications. This admirable code will enable merchants to save hundreds 
of pounds evwy year. It reduces the expense of telegrams to a minimum. It is remaritably ctmi- 
1>lete, is very ingenious, and so clear and simple, that a child may understand it at once. Vinother 
great advantage is that it eflcciually prumotes secrecy.' 



Home ITewi for India, Australia, and TSTew Zealand. 

'Its ntthod seems as sariifactory as iogcnious, and w« soould certainly reooaunend biiiinin ■■■ 
to give the system a triaL' 

Journal of Oommeroe. 
'This elabotate book fonfaint codes for every class oi commercial and financial telcgnuBik' 

Olobe. 
' A discussion was recently carried on m the newspraers as to what words were to be treated as 
compound in the transmission of telegraphic messages. For the future — so far. at least, as merdmnts, 
&C., &C., are concerned —there will be little occaaon for thinking of sudi philological nicetiee ; they 
have only to use the ABO Telegraphic Code, and they will save the expense not merely of sending 
single words, but whole sentences. It is manifest that this system of making one's wants known at 
the other end of the wire reduces the dispute into insignificance* It will, of course, be necessary for 
persons using the code to see that their tricmds with whom^ they wish to communicate are supplied 
with a copy ; but as in a short time the saving would be quite a hundred-fold, a mam who tel^rapha 
largely can afford to buy a copy for each of them.' 

Investors' Guardian. 
'An electxic code for the transmission of messages is a matter of oonaderable i m portance, not 
only to the commercial but to the general public Correspondents at diflferent quarters of the globe, 
h 'ving a copy of this woric at each end, can, by means of this code, communicate with great simplicity 
and economy ; the saving of expense in the cokt of telegraphic messages may thus be considerably 
reduced. The compiler appears to have bestowed great care upon the work, and we can recommend 
it to those who ar« m the habit of telegraphing on an extensive scale as a simple and easy telegraphic 
code.' 

BaUway 19'ews. 
' This cpde is more complete and economical in use than any similar work yet issued. It has been 
compiled with great care, so as to answer the daily requirements of all the principal branches of 
commerce, and as combinbg Sbcrbcy, Simplicity and Economy, the code should come into 
extended use.' ^ . ^,, «. ^ .-, _, 

Orooer and Oil Trade Beriew. 

' As to the present svstem of telegraphy, its pruapal disadvantages are the expense and publicity 
necessarily involved, and it is to remedy these that the author has prepared his code. There is no 
duubt that, when in good working order, it would be a great advantage to many who constantly use 
the telegraph.' . 

"Weelcly Dispattih. 

'The ABO Code has supplied a want much felt in commerdal drdes. Foreign telegrams are 
expensive luxuries, but by the aid oi this manual their cost may be reduced to a nunimum. The 
author's system also ensures complete secrecy.' 

IJoyd's Newspaper. 

' We have before us a most useful technical book in the shape of aa '* A B O Telegraphic Code.** 
The volume is handsomely issued, and we should strongly recommend it to the attention of all 
interesred in the subject. The system seems as clear as telegraphy ever can seem to to the 
uninitiated.' ^ 

Fublio Iiedger. 
'Is specially adapted to meet the requirements of merchants, &.C., &c., when sending num ero u e 
tele^rrams abroad, combining as it does Simplicity, Economy and Sbcrbcy. Not the least of iu 
mcnts, so £kr as our readers are concerned is a comolete list of products and c o mmodities.* 

Daily Beoorder. 
' The ABO code is the most extensive and complete effort of the kind that we have jret seen ; 
it is worthy of deep and patient study for sake of the golden gumeas that may ensue ; the process will 
become simple by practice.' _ _ 

City Press. 
' Its object is to meet the requiremenu of merchants. Ac, ftc, &&, by « simple^ economical and 
secret code, which will, in all probability, find much fisvour.' 

Journal of Applied Soienoe. 
'This work appears to us to supply a desideratum. From its completeness and simplicity we can 
heartily recommend this code for general adoption, for it is truly " Multum in Paurvo."" 

British Trade Journal. 

'We believe that merchants and others would do well to kx>k to this ABO code, which 
unquestionably offen advanUges in use, economy being by no means the least important.' 

Buropean MaiL 

'The work, which must be the result of an enormoiu amount of ingenious thoughtful laboar, 
cannot but commend itself to the attention of all classes of commercial men, to whom it appears to ua 
to be indispensable. The simplicity of the arraneement of the coding is not the least important 
feature in the work, for this portion is so effectively done, that a few minutes study will suffice to 
make a man of avcrrge ordinary ability sufficiently acquainted with the proper working of the system, 
llie work has our heartiest i^tprovaL' 

Allen's Indian MaiL 

"Hie demand for a cheap, simpie, and secret process of sending tel^muns appears to bd 
thoroughly supplied by Mr. W. Clauson-Thub's '- A B O Telegraphic Code." The system, as 
explained in the opening pages, appears to be very simple and wondofully complete for nsercantile 

'*"''*****'' BriUsh MeroantUe Oasette. 

'The mercantile community have here presented to them a system bv which telegraphic 
communications may be transmitted between two p:(rties with Sbcrbcy and Economy. The work 
seems comprehensive, and, if the system actually possesses the simplicitv it bears evidence of, it 
cannot fail to be aopreciated. We have no hesitatioh in ^aving that this ABO code offen great 
•dvantages to mer^»ants and othen, in u:e, economy being one of the most noiiceable features. 



szi 



, Iiloyd's List. 

'A great booa has been confenred on tho<« who haire to resort laiigiely to Um telegraph In 
COP du eung their ba«ines^ by the publication of the ABO code. This book must have entailed a 
vast aiBouttt of work on its author, Mr. W. Clauson-Thuk, but as it will without doubt come into 
way general use among business men, his labour will not have been spent in vain. It is suitable for 
an the priactpal ttades and professions. The object which the author has Wept in view has been, as 
Or as we are able to judjre, attended with complete success. The Economy of using the code is 
apparent at the first ^ance : the saving tu be effected on a single foreign message would in manr 
cases repa^ the cost of the work. The Sbcrbcy of a message is ^aranteed by adopting the author^ 
cqiher, which is fully ezpbined in the preface of the book, to which we beg to refer our readers.' 

Birmingham Daily Gaaette. 

'The universal use of the electric telegraph in buriness transactions in the present day has 
reikdered necessarv the ado^ion of some sysitem by which commercial telegnuns ma^ be sent with 
SacaacY, and at the same tune with Simplicity and Economy. The expense of ordinary businosa 
teU^rams is a serious item in a merchant's accounts, but by the a<^tion of thb code system great 
expense is saved and at the same time perfect secrecy secived. "The ABO Telegraphic C^e * 
is admirably adapted for this object. The author has evidently taken great pains to renoer the wturk 
as compete as possible, and the " Code " cannot fiul to be of great service to mercantile and business 
men, who will be enabled to transmit important messages with secrecy, and, at the same time, correctly 
and ecoaoBiGally.' 

Sheffield Independent. 

*"The ABO Telegraphic Code" is, as it prbfesses to be, specially adapted for the use of 
■nerdiants, shipowners, -brokers, agents, and others. It does contain ** MuUum im Parvo" ia all 
truth, and we cannot help congratulating Mr. Clauson-Thub upon his extremely ludd treatise. 
People of btmness who telegraph largely may save very many pounds a vear by making his system 
theirs, for it is based on most logical principles, and may, in fact, be termeo phommaphic telegraphy : 
firstly, because it contracts matter in words, and aMi^equently in cost, a hundredfold : and seomdly, 
because it is to the uninitiated as unknown a tongue a« Pitman's, Gumey's, or Odell's ; in short, toe 
three great essentials of Sbcrbcy, Economy and Simpucity are admirably blended in this work. 
£vcn the most ur>iinaginative mind may grasp the extremely logical deductions of the author, which 
clearly proves the (act, long asserted by detectives and experts, that the more umple the cipher, the 
asorc tuuUc^kerabU it must necessarily be. 

"Wolverhampton Ohronlole. 

* Such an increase has recently taken place in the occasions on which the electric tele^ph is used, 
that merchants and others find their excuses under this head growing into a large item ; henos 
Mr. Clauson-Thub has given his attention to the subject, and with considerable success has arranged 
a very ingrnious code, easy of application to messages to be sent long distances. The plan is cleariy 
explained in the preface of the work before us ; and so trifling is the cost of the work in compariscm 
with the saving it proposes to effect, that we may expect it to oome largely into use ; as far as we caa 
Judge, his labor bail been rewarded with considerable success.' 

Hnddersfleld Daily Ohronlole, 

*"The ABO Telegraphic Code " is a very useful work, and will be of great service in the 

transmtssion of important private messages, such as sent by bankers, stockbrokers and the mercantile 

public Mr. Clausom-Thvb's plan is a very decided improvement on the use of cipher me»ages, and 

also a great saving ia expense, and we think he has succeeded in showing it in a most satisfactory manner.' 

Hull Bastem Morning News. 

' Several attempts have been made to form an universal electric telegraphic code. The most 
intelligible and most complete we have seen is the "ABO Telegraphic Code." The compiler aims 
ai StMPUcmr, Economy and Sbcrbcy, and we think he has succeeded ; evidently, at the expense 
<»f mwch thought and^ ingenuity. The economy of the system is at once apparent, ana its secrecy and 
simplicity wiU be eauly understood on reference to the work. 

Iflrerpool Daily Oourier. 
' Mercantile firms whose business involves firequent telegraphic interco u r s e with distant countries, 
and whose correspondence thus becomes a very prominent feature in their expenses, will be glad^ to 
hear of a book which promises to aid them m avoiding a great part of the cost, while rendering 
telegrams more disdnct. Such a work is the "ABC Telegraphic Code. " Those who desire to send 
B(ies»aees in cipher are enabled to do so in the most secret manner without any complication ; while 
the telrarams are safe from prying eyes, there is no danger of confusion, llie compiler supplies all 
that IS ukely to be needed by the mercantile public in communicating with their correspondents abroad. 

Dundee Advertiser. 

* In these days of rapid communication, the telegraph is becoming daily more essential to business 
■Mil. The ordinary postal channels have become slow. Orders may now be given and delivered 
before a letter could travel from the place where the goods are wanted to the place of production. ^ In 
these drcumuances the merchant's account for telegrams has begun to assume formidable dimensions 
and any practical plan for reducing this heavy item is a decided boon to business men. Such a plan has 
been constructed by Mr. Clauson-Thub, and published under the title of the " A B O Telegraphic 
Code." The author, in compiling this code, has succeeded admirably, and he migh^ without the 
slightest exaggeration, claim for his system the essential merit of intelligibility : the pbui is so simple 
that any cloTTof ordinary capacity may master it at a gbnce. Its Economy is self-evident ; by a 
simple tmd«r«LuMiing of the persons using the code Sbcrbcy is also ensured ; the Simplicity is an 
admirable feature, and the compiler has evidently been at great pains to make his svstem cover the daily 
requirements of all branches of commerce. Compared with the immense saving that might be effected 
vhera tba telegraph is hugely resorted to, the cost of a few copies of the code would bea mere bagatelle.' 

Coventry Standard. 

* This is a work pfactically adapted for the commercial community. 11 eomprisei a code verr 
Ingeniously compiled ; its object is to secure a system of secret telegraphy— the very principle which 
has hitherto been so much wanted in telegraphic communications. A study ^of this oode will amply 
compensate thoMs who, by th/eir business transactions, caanot iul to be oonscaovt oC the importance of 
tbs waat whkh the book supplies. ' 



XXII 

HftUfla Ctonrier. 

'The ftbseoea of an dBdcnt yet nmple aiethod of condondiif mosMfes has lomr bien fcft by 
finm hjmag any extent of tcleirraphtc oorretpondoace. This want mobu to ba folly SMt by Um 
"ABO Telegraphic Code." It ii oaly ncceMary for the tender aad receiver c^ mcaaages each to 
soaseaa acopr oT this work to enable them to very materially reduce the annual outlay for teleKrama, 
It also provides another advantage, via., complete secrecy, as the system of cipher messsftes asay ba 
varied to any extent' 

rilTMFpool ICsTonrir* 

'In commercial circles, one of the crcai drawbacks to the ordinary system of comoranication by 
telegraph is th# expense. To obviate Uii«, as well as to preserve secrecy, a code has been arranged 
by Mr. Clauson-Thub, combining Economt, Sbckbcv, and Simpucity, it is spedaily adapted for 
mefthants, brokers, and other*, whose business may depend upon a speedy and economical commum* 
cation with distant places. Cxled messages have been for some tune m existence in commercial 
circles ; but this is even a still shorter system, and is very highly spoken of for iu efficieacy.* 

Dundee Oourier and Argiie. 

' There is just mibllshed a most useful volume entitled the " A B Telesfaphic Code," adapted 
to meet the general reguirrments of all people in businesa. who have any occasion to use the tdcgraph 
as a means of conducting their aflUr^ The code is very simple ; the economy of the arrangement ia 
■t once apparent An easy amageraent is also pointed out whereby two or more persons can 
communicate in cipher, and still derive all the benefits of codification. The book is one which 
mrrrhsnts must have long felt the want of. and we aacidpate for it very general use. 

Brletol Daily Poet. 

'The idea of the book seems to us to be a good one. and it is carried out with a degree of 
industry which is very creditable to the compiler, as anyone will acknowledge who examines the 
work, a maniml by means of which, parties can communicate with each odier with perfect security, 
and at a great saving of telegraphic char^, in a roa<-ner that is fully explained, so as to secure 
absolute secrecy ^ven from persons who are m possession of the volume and telegram. We commend 
the work to those who are interested in its object.' 

GlMgow North BritiBh Daily MaO. 

'The great extent to which telegraphy is now used in connection with conunerdal transactions 
renders the tclegxam account a somewhat heavy item to all bu4oess men. A larg % p roportion of thia 
expense, especially in Atlantic Cable telegrams, and others where the sending of a few words is a 
matter of some cost, but any two parties having each a copy of the '* A B U Telegraphic Code " 
may easily advise ea« h other on all subjects or comm<:rcial interest, at an expense which would 
be trifling when compared with that incurred by using the ordinary meana A further advantage of 
the code is, that it may be used as a secret cipher. The booa is prepared with great care, and 
cannot but prove useful to commercial men.' 

Belfaat Ulster Boho. 

'"ABC Telegraphic Code " is the title of a handsome volume which has just been published. 
Merchants have ofien reason to complain of the heavy expense of their telegrams, and the author of 
this work proves by a simple arrangement that two parties can easily advise each other on matters of 
commerdiu or general interesL Among its numerous advantages are Simplicity, Economy, and 
SacRBCYf all of which the compiler clearly shows, and the work will be found most invaluable to all 

Belfaat Morning Newa. 

' The "ABC Telegraphic Code " is a work specially intended for the tise of all those who 
spend large sums annually in telegraphic messages. There can be no doubt about the economy 
which the system may effect by its use and the secrecy is also well amured.' 

Blieflleld Telegraph. 
' It is a well-known fact that the contents of telegraphic messages do occasionally " leak out " to 
other people than those to whom they are addressed, ana. under these circumstances, principals and 
their agents are often put to a great deal of trouble in the effort to ensure secrecy. Such trouble 
ooay be saved by the sidoptiou of the system laid down in the "ABO Telegrapmc Code," which 
combines Simplicity, Economy, and Sbcrbcy. in a very effeciive manner. To those who are 
engaged in commercial transactions requiring tne above special advantages, we can confidently 
recommend this work.' _ 

Zieeda Keroury. 

' The rapidity with which the telegraph has extended itself as a means of communication, and 
its obvious advantages over all others, has lately led to the ^oposal of several schemes for rendering 
it still more univerMtl, and diminishing the cost of transmittmg long messages Among these is one 
which seems to us fiir superior to anything previously offered to the public, and well worthy of a trial 
by those who have a moderate amount o? tel^iaphic correspondence. The principle on which it is 
based, and the mode of working are fully explained ia the " A B C Telegraphic Code^" by which 
it b evident that a great savmg of cost is effected. Simplicity is added to Economy, m a manner 
which does the highest credit to the Author's ingenuity.^ Another excellent feature of the system 
is the readiness with which it lends itself to the transmission of secret messages known only to the 
sender and the receiver. Thus we have a telegraphic code in which Economy, Simplicity, and 
SacaacY are combined, and one tlut deserves to become as universal as a code of marine signals, a 
railway guide, ot a time table.' 

Darlington Northern Boho. 
' AH persona who are in the habit of corresponding by wire with commercial hotises on the 
Continent, in India, at the Antipodes, or in America, will find this book literally worth its weight ia 
go'd. So for as we have had opportunity of judging. Ma. CLAUsoN-THua's Code u a model of 
simplicity. We should add that it is al>o drawn up with a view to its use as a cipher, and that th« 
cipher is as intelligible to those who use it, and as ucintelligible to all who are not inituted. as could 
well be desired by the most secret negotiators in the world. Whoever u familiar with this code will 
use it, and, were it universally known, it would be universally used by all who telegraph frequently 
to distant correspoodeau.' 



PART I 



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ABA— ABL 



GodbNo 

X 

2 

3 

4 

S 
6 

7 
8 

9 
lo 

II 

12 
13 

IS 

16 

17 
18 

19 

20 

21 
22 

23 

«5 
26 

27 

28 

29 

30 
31 
32 

33 
34 

35 
36 

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38 

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43 

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46 

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48 

49 
50 



Code Word 

Aaronical 

Abacist 

Abacot 

Abactor 

Abadesa 

Abaisance 

Abaisser 

Abajarse 

Abajoue 

Abalanzar 

Ab€Udonar 

AbalienaU 

Abanderado 

Abangas 

Abannition 

Abapo 

Ahaptiston 

Abarbetar 

Abarcado 

Abase 

Abasement 

Abatable 

Abatage 

Abatardir 

Abater 

Abatfaim 

Abatido 

Abatised 

Abattoir 

Abatude 

Abatvert 

Abbacy 

Abbatial 

Abbess 

Abbey 

Abbot 

Abbotship 

Abbreviate 

Abcoude 

Abceder 

Abdals 

Abderite 

Abdicate 

Abdication 

Abdiquer 

Abditary 

Abdomen 

Abdominal 

Abdominous 

Abduce 



Abandon. 

You must abandon 

Do not abandon (me — ^us) 

Will abandon 

Will not abandon 
I (we) will abandon 

I (we) cannot (will not) abandon (you) 

Not likely to abandon 

Likely to abandon 

Can I (we) abandon 

Will you abandon 
Abandoned. 

Was abandoned 

Was not abandoned 

Why was it abandoned 

Why was it not abandoned 

Abandoned by the crew 

Was abandoned in a sinking state 

Has been abandoned waterlogged 

Has been abandoned on fire oflf here 

Was abandoned on fire 

Has abandoned the voyage 

Why have you (was it— were they) abandoned 
Abandonment 

Notice of abandonment 

Shall I (we) give notice of abandonment 

Give notice of abandonment 

Do not give notice of abandonment 

If notice of abandonment is given 

If notice of abandonment is not given 

If abandonment is accepted 

If abandonment is not accepted. 

Abandonment is accepted 

Cannot (will not) accept abandonment 
Abate. 

Must abate more 

Cannot abate more 

Will abate 

Will not abate 

I (we) cannot abate 

Not likely to abate 

Most likelv to abate 

Can I (we) abate 

You must not abate 
Abide. 

You must abide by 

Will you abide by 

Cannot (will not) abide by 

I (we) will abide by 
Able. 



ABL-ABR 



CopsNo 

51 
52 

S3 
54 

55 

56 

57 

58 

59 
60 

61 

62 

63 
64 

65 
66 

67 
68 

69 

70 

71 
72 

73 
74 

75 
76 

77 

78 

79 
80 

81 

82 

83 

84 

85 
86 

87 
88 

89 
90 

9^ 
92 

93 
94 

95 
96 

97 
98 

99 
xoo 



CoDB Word 
Abducent 
Abdudng 
Abdudhn 
Abecedary 
Abed 
AbeUle 
Abmsur 
Aberdevine 
Aberrance 
Aberrant 
Aberration 
Aberring 
Aberuncate 
Abetted 
Abetting 
Abetment 
Abetunar 
Abeyance 
Abregate 
Abhor 
Abhorrent 
Abidance 
Abider 
Abiding 
Abigotado 
Abiliment 
Ability 
Abject 
Abjection 
Abjectness 
Abjugaie 
Abjunctive 
Abjuration 
Abjure 
Abjuring 
Ablactate 
Ablandar 
Ablaqueate 
Ablation 
Ablative 
Ablaze 
Ablegate 
Ablemar 
AbUness 
Ablepsy 
Ablette 
Ablude 
Abluefit 
Ablution 
Abluvion 



Able — continued. 

Are you able 

Have vou been able 

I aui (we are) not able 

Will you be able 

If you are able to 

If you are not able to 

I (we) shall be able 

I (we) shall not be able 

If I am (we are) able 

If I am (we are) not able 

Will not be able 

Will probably be able 

If you ^e able to do so, telegraph 

Has (have) been able 

Has (have) not been able 

Is (are) not able 
Aboard. 

All cargo is on board 

No cargo is on board 

Part caigo is on board 

Cannot take cargo on board 

Will not permit cargo to go on board 

Why is the cargo not on board 

Are the crew on board 

All on board 

No one on board 

Leave it (them) on board 
Abolished. 

Will be abolished 

Will not be abolished 

Will most probably be abolished 

Has been abolished 

Has not been abolished [and afler- 



The duty on following goods will be abolished on 
About 

What are you about 

What is (are) about 

About last prices 

About last week's prices 

About last month's prices 

About last season's prices 

Has improved about 

Has &llen about 

Will probably be about 

What do you think will be about the 

I (we) think it (they) will be about 

Should like to know about 
Abroad 

Has (have) gone abroad 

Has (have) arrived from abroad 



CodbNo 
1 02 

03 
104 

[06 
[07 
[08 
[09 
10 
II 
12 

13 

^5 
16 

18 

>9 

20 

2f 
22 

23 
24 

25 
26 

27 
28 

29 

=30 

31 

32 

33 

34 

35 
^36 

37 

38 

39 
[40 

[41 

[42 

^43 

[44 

=45 
[46 

=47 
[48 

t49 

150 



CoDB Word 
Almegate 
Abnegation 
Ahnormal 
Abnormity 
Abodnar 
Abodance 
Abode 
Abodement 
Aboding 
Aboiment 
Abolir 
Abolisher 
Abolition 
Abolsado 
Abomasum 
Abominate 
Abonder 
Abordage 
Aborigines 
Abortion 
Abortive 
Abortment 
Abound 
Aboundeth 
Aboundedly 
Aboutir 
Abovedar 
Abrade 
Abrading 
Abranchia 
Abrasion 
Abraxas 
Abraxar 
Abrensin 
Abreptum 
Abreuver 
Abreyer 
Abridge 
Abridgment 
Abriter 
Abroach 
Abrochar 
Abrogate 
Abrogation 
Abromado ■ 
Abrupt 
Abruption 
Abruptly 
Abruptness ' 
Abscess 



ABR-AOO 

Abroad — continued. 

Is ^are) going abroad 

Is (are) still abroad 

Will remain abroad 

Ordered from abroad 

Order from abroad 
Absoond. 

Do you think he (they) will abscond 

Is (are) likely to abscond 

Is (are) not likely to abscond 
Abtoonded 

Has (have) absconded 
Absence. 

During the absence of ^— 

During my (our) absence 

During your absence 

On leave of absence 

May I (we) have leave of absence until 
wishes for leave of absence until 



Toa majr have Imv* of 



until — if cmirthliif eui be kept In proper 



[order meentline ana 
Ton mar Ciaat -~. leave of abienee vnUl — If eve 

[Older meaatliaa and he 

Your absence is 



and you caalie nand 
ervtninc ta kept in pre 
le (tbay) caa be ipaiad 



proper 



The absence of is 

Absent 

Is (are) absent 

I (we) will be absent 

Will be absent 
Abstain. 

You must abstain from 

You must not abstain from 

I (we) must abstain from 

Must abstain from 

Will he (they) abstain from 

He (they) wiU not abstain from 

He (they) will abstain from 

Will abstain from 

Will not abstain from 
Abstract 

Send me (us) abstract of 

I (we) send you abstract of 

Cannot send you abstract of 

Will send you abstract by first post 

Will send you abstract as early as possible 

Send abstract of log book immediately 

Send abstract of protest immediately 
Abundanoe. 

I (we) have abundance of 

There is a great abundance of 

There will be an abundance of 

There is no abundance of 
Aooede. 



AGO 



CodbNo 
SI 

S3 
54 

55 

56 

57 

58 

59 
[60 

[61 

62 

63 

64 

65 
66 

[67 

68 

69 

70 

71 
72 

73 

74 

75 
76 

77 
78 

79 

80 

81 
82 

:84 

85 
86 

87 
88 

89 

90 

91 

92 

93 

94 

95 
96 

97 
98 

99 

200 



CoDB Word 
Abscind 
Abscission 
Absenier 
Absenting 
Absinthian 
Absist 
Absolute 
Absolution 
Absolve 
Absolving 
Absolvitor 
Absonant 
Absonous 
Absorb 
Absorbable 
Absorbent 
Absorbing 
Absorpt 
Absoudre 
Abstain 
Abstaining 
Abstemious 
Abstention 
Absterge 
Abstergent 
Absterse 
Abstersive 
Abstinence 
Abstract 
Abstractly 
Abstrtnge 
Abstruse 
Abstrusely 
Absume 
Absurd 
Absurdity 
Absurdness 
Abuhcuio 
Aburrido 
Aburega 
Abusable 
Abusage 
Abusaid 
Abuseur 
Abusing 
Abusive 
Abutment 
Abutilon 
Abuttal 
Abysmal 



Aoeede— continued. 

You must accede 

You must not accede 

Will you accede 

I (we) cannot accede 

I (we) cannot accede to the terms (request) 

Will not accede 

Will accede 
Accept 

Will you accept 

I (we) will accept 

You may accept 

I (we) cannot accept 

Will accept 

Will not accept 

Please accept 

Shall I (we) accept 

Why will you not accept 

Shall I (we) accept his (their) offer 

You haa better accept his (their) ofTer 

You had better accept if better cannot be done 

You had better not accept 

You had better not accept further orders at present 

Accept subject to approval of condition (s) 

Declme to accept without 

Decline to accept without Bill of Lading 

Decline to accept against documents without 

Shall I (we) accept for your account 

Please accept on my (our) account 

Will only accept draft with documents 

Please accept on my (our) account against 

Accept under protest [shipping documents 

Do not accept 

Do not accept bill for 

Please accept bill for 

I (we) cannot accept your bill (s) 

I (we) have instructions to accept 

Accept for honor of drawer (s) 

Accept for account of 

Telegraph if you accept 

Telegraph if I (we) may accept 

Unless compromised accept 

You may accept the sum of ;^-> in cash 

Accept but for cash only 

Suppose I (we) must accept 

Accept my (ourt sincere condolencs 

Accept my (our) sincere congratulations 
Accepted. 

Will be accepted 

Will be accepted when presented 

Is accepted 



AGO 



CoobNo 


Code Wokd 


Accepted— ^///^>ri^. 


20I 


Abyss 


Not yet accepted 


202 


Aatbalar 


Not accepted in consequence of 


203 


Acabit 


Accepted by 


204 


AcademiccU 


Will not be accepted 


205 


Academist 


Goods will not be accepted 


206 


Academy 


Has /have) accepted drafl 

I (we) have accepted for your account 


207 


Acajou 


208 


Acamado 


Accident 


209 


Acantarar 


An accident has happened to 


210 


Acanthus 


A serious accident has happened to — ^ 


211 


Acariatse 


A trifling accident has happened to 


212 


Acarides 


Has met with an accident and must return 


213 


Acariens 


What accident has happened to 


214 


Acauliru 


Has an accident happened 


215 


Accablant 


Give me (us) further particulars of the accident 


216 


Accaltnie 


No accident has happened [soon as possible 


217 


Accaparer 


The accident was caused by 


218 


Acatarse 


Cannot ascertain cause of accident 


219 


Accede 


The accident is not so serious as at first expected 


220 


Acceding 


The accident is more serious than at first expected 


221 


Accelerate 


Dreadful accident has happened on the 


222 


Accendible 


Dreadful railway accident reported [Railway 


223 


Accent 


In event of accident 


224 


AccentucU 


Acoompliflh. 


225 


Accentuate 


Can you accomplish 


226 


Acception 


I (we) can accomplish 


227 


Access 


I (we) cannot accomplish 


228 


Accessible 


Very difficult to accomplish 


229 


Accession 


Not difficult to accomplish 


230 


Accessory 


Accomplished. 


231 


Accidence 


Has been accomplished 


232 


Accipient 


Has not been accomplished 


^33 


Accite 


Will not be accomplished 


234 


Acclaim 


Could be accomplished 


^3S 


Acclamate 


Can be accomplished 


236 


Acclive 


Accommodate. 


237 


Acclivity 


You must accommodate 


238 


Aalivous 


You must not accommodate 


239 


Accloy 


Can you accommodate 


240 


Accoil 


I (we) cannot accommodate 


241 


Accolade 


I (we) can accommodate 


242 


Accolent 


Decline(s) to accommodate 


243 


Accomplice 


Accommodated 


244 


Accord 


Is (are) accommodated 


245 


Accordant 


Is (are) not accommodated 


246 


Accorder 


Has been accommodated 


247 


Accordion 


Cannot be accommodated 


248 


Accost 


Will be accommodated 


249 


Accosted 


Will not be accommodated 


250 


Accosting 


Accord. 



AGO 



CodbNo 

as I 

352 

2S3 

aS4 

255 
256 

257 
258 

259 

260 

261 

262 

263 

264 

265 

266 

267 

268 

269 

270 

271 

272 

373 

274 

275 
276 

277 

278 

279 

280 

281 

282 

283 
284 

285 
286 
287 
288 
289 
290 
291 
292 

293 
294 

295 
296 

297 
298 

299 

300 



CODB Word 
Accounler 
AccoupU 
Accoutre 
Accrescent 
Accretion 
Accroach 
Accroire 
Accrue 
Accrument 
Accubation 
Accumb 
Accumbency 
Accumulate 
Accuracy 
Accursed 
Accusable 
Accusation 
Accusatory 
Accusers 
Accusing 
Accustom 
Acebadar 
Acedamente 
Aaderilla 
Acedura 
Acendrado 
Acerbitude 
Acerbity 
Acereux 
Acerola 
Acervate 
Acen^ation 
Acetify 
Acetose 
Acetosity 
Ac/iaiande 
Ache 

Achemifier 
Acheteur 
Achicoria 
Achievance 
Achieve 
Aching 
Achromatic 
Achulado 
Acicular 
Acidified 
Acidimeter 
Acidness 
Acidulate 



Aooord — continued. 

I fwe — it — ^he — they) will accord 

I (we — it— he — Aey) do not accord 

Cannot accord 

Most probably I (we — ^it — ^he — they) will accord 
Aooordanoe. 

In accordance with -^— 

Not in accordance with 

Will be in accordance with 

In accordance with your advice 

In accordance with usage 
Aooording. 

According to arrangement 

Not according to arrangement 

According to circumstances 

According to 

To be regulated according to 
Aoooimt 

Have you had any account of - 

Have you any account with 

I ^we^ have no account of 

I (we) have no account with 

I (we) have an account of 

I (we) have an account with --^ 

Expedite the account 

Account sent forward 

Send account current to 

Send account current to date 

Send account sales 

Amount of the account 

Have you received account (s) 

Account has been received 

What account (s) have you received 

On whose (what) account 

On joint account (s) 

New account 

Old account 

Account of whom it may concern 

Open an account with 

Close the account with 

Has ^have) opened an account with 

Has (have) closed account with 

First-rate account 

A bad account 

If account is favorable 

If account is unfavorable 

Account ^s^ very favorable 

Account (s) very unfavorable 

Accoimt is more satisfactory 

Account is more unsatisfactory 

Can you aQpount for 



AOO-ACT 



CudbNo 


Cods Word 


Aooonnt — continued. 




301 


Acierie 


I (we) cannot account for 
I (we) can account for 




302 


Aciurgy 




303 


Adocado 


On no account 




304 


Acodalar 


On account of 




305 


Acolchar 


On your account 




306 


Acology 


Entirely on account of 




307 


Acoiothist 


On my (our) account 




308 


Acolyte 


Not on my (our) account 




309 


Acometida 


Not on account of 




310 


Aconite 


On account of shippers 




311 


Acopar 


On account of consignees 




3^2 


Accpetado 


On account of shippers and /or consignees 




3^3 


Acorn 


Account will be sent as soon as possible 




314 


Acoustic 


Accounts are contradictory 




315 


Acosador 


Account (s) not to be depended upon 




316 


Acquest 


You have overdrawn your account 




317 


Aquirabie 


Has (have) overdrawn his (their) account 




318 


Acquirer 


Aoonmnlate. 




319 


Acquisite 


You must accumulate goods 




320 


Acquist 


Goods must not accumulate 




321 


Acquitment 


Wait until they (it) accumulate (s) 




322 


Acquitteth 


Do not let them (it) accumulate 




323 


Acrasy 


Aocnmulating. 




324 


Acre 


Are goods accumulating 




325 


Acreage 


Goods are accumulating 




326 


Acrebite 


Goods are not accumulating 




327 


Acrid 


Is (are) accumulating slowly 




328 


Acridity 


Is (are) accumulating rapidly 




329 


Acrimonius 


Acquitted. 




330 


Acrimony 


Is (are) acquitted 




331 


Acritude 


Is (are) not acquitted 




33^ 


Acrobat 


Will most probably be acquitted 




333 


Acrogen 


Will most probably not be acquitted 




334 


Acronycal 


Act 




335 


Acrostic 


Act as you consider best 


• 


336 


Actingiy 


Act promptly. 




337 


Actively 


Act cautiously 




338 


Actionary 


Act accordingly 




339 


Activeness 


Act according to instructions 




340 


Actor 


Act according to agreement 




341 


Actress 


I (we) will act 




342 


Actuality 


Shall I (we) act 




343 


Actuary 


I (we) cannot act 




344 


Actuate 


Will you act 




345 


Aculeate 


Do not act 




346 


Aculeous 


Do not act until you hear from me (us) 




347 


Acumen 


Do not act without referring to 




348 


Aaiminated 


I (we) act on your behalf 




349 


Acute 


For whom do you act 




350 


Acutetiess 


For whom do they act 





8 



ACT— ADH 



CoDRNo 

3S2 

353 

354 

355 
356 

357 

358 

359 
360 

361 
362 

363 
364 

365 
366 

367 

368 

369 
370 

371 
372 

373 
374 

375 
376 

377 
378 

379 
380 

381 
382 

383 

384 

385 
386 

387 
388 

389 

390 

391 

392 

393 

394 

395 

396 

397 

398 

399 
400 I 



CODB WOBD 

Adacted 

Adafina 

Adage 

Adalia 

Adamant 

Adamantean 

Adamite 

Adaptation 

Adapter 

Adargazo 

Adarguilla 

Adatis 

Addeem 

Addendum 

Adder 

Addibility 

Addible 

Addict 

Addiction 

Additive 

Additory 

Addle 

Addlings 

Addresseth 

Addressing 

Adduce 

Adducent 

AdducibU 

Adecatist 

Adefueras 

Adelaniar 

Adelphic 

Aaemption 

Adenology 

Adenotomy 

Adentellar 

Adept 

Adequate 

Adequation 

Adestrador 

Adherence 

Adhesion 

Adfiesively 

Aahibit 

Adhibition 

Adiaphary 

Adieu 

Adipous 

Adit 

Adjacency 



Act — continued, 

will act on behalf of 

I (we) will act on behalf of • 
How would you act 
He (they) will not act 

Acting. 

You are acting right 
You are acting wrong 
I am ^we are) acting 
I am (we are) not acting 

Who is acting for 

There is no one acting for 
is (are) acting for 



You are not acting 
Action. 

Prepare for action 

Shall I (we) commence action 

Threaten him (them) with an acdon ' 

Commence action at once (against) 

Avoid an action if possible 

Has (have) commenced action (against) 

If necessary take action (against) 

Defend the action 

I (we) abandon the action 

Stop further action 

Push forward the action 

In the meantime suspend all further action 

Shall I (we) suspend all further action for the 

You must abandon the action [present 

Has (have) abandoned the action 

Action has been deferred 

I (we^ approve of your action 

I (we) do not approve of your action 
Adequate. 

Adequate remuneration 

Not adequate remuneration 

Adequate to the occasion 

Not adequate to the occasion 
Address. 

Telegraph the address (of) 

Do not know the address (of) 

The address is 

To what address 

To what address shall I (we) forward 

Wrong address given 

Wrong address given, telegram returned 

Wrong address given, letter returned 
Adhere. 

You must adhere to 

I (we) do adhere to 






we) do not adhere to 



ADH— ADV 



ro 

I 
2 

3 
4 

6 

7 
8 



CodbNo 

401 
402 

403 
404 

405 
406 

407 

408 

409 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 
420 

421 

422 

423 

424 

425 
426 

427 

428 

429 

430 
431 
432 
433 
434 

435 
436 

437 

438 

439 
440 

441 
442 

443 

444 

445 
446 

447 
4*8 

449 
450 



Code Wobd 

Adject 

Adjective 

Adjoinani 

Adjourn 

Adjudffs 

Adjudicate 

Adjument 

Adjunct 

Adjunirve 

Adjuration 

Adjure 

Adjusted 

Adjutant 

Admctiate 

Administer 

Admired 

Admiralty 

Admirance 

Admiration 

Admired 

Admirif^ly 

Admittance 

Admitter 

Admission 

Admix 

Admixture 

Admonish 

Admonitor 

Adnascent 

AdncUe 

Adoberia 

Adolescent 

Adonical 

Adoptive 

Adorable 

Adorateur 

Adoration 

Adore 

Adoreth 

Adorning 

Adoringly 

Adornment 

Adouber 

Adragant 

Adradat 

Adroit 

Adroitly 

Adroitness 

Adrubado 

Adulation 



Adhere — continued. 

Does he (do they) adhere to 

Do you adhere to 

He does (they do^ not adhere to 

He does (they do) adhere to 
A^juttment 

In course of adjustment 

The adjustment is now complete 

The adjustment is very unsatisfactoiy 

The adjustment is satisfactory 
Adrift 

The cargo is all adrift 

The deck cargo is all adrift 

Nothing adrift 

Is all adrift 

Has (have) broken adrift 
Adrnt. 

You must admit 

Vou must not admit 

I (we^ admit 

I (we) do not admit 

I (we) do not admit the chaige 

I (we) do not admit the claim 

He does (they do) not admit 

Do you admit 

Will not admit 



I (we) would admit 



[we) do not admit the clause 
Charterers will not admit 
Owners will not admit 
Advance. 
What advance will be given 

Advance wanted of 

What can I (we) advance 

Can you advance what is required 

I (we) will advance all that is re(][uired 

will advance all that is required 

Will require an advance 

Will advance 

Will advance one-fourth 

Will advance one-third 

Will advance one-half 

Will advance two-thirds 

You must advance more 

Cannot advance more 

I (we) do not advance 

You must be very careful about advance (s) 

Advances would be unwise 

Must raise limit for advance 

Do not think it prudent to advance more 

Do not think it prudent to advance more than 



lO 

CodbNo 

451 
452 
453 
454 

455 
456 

457 

458 

459 
460 

461 

462 

. 463 
464 

465 
466 

467 

468 

469 

470 

471 
472 

473 

474 

475 
476 

477 
478 

479 
480 

481 

482 

483 
484 

485 
486 

487 
488 

489 
490 

491 

492 

493 
494 

495 
496 

497 
498 

499 
500 



Code Word 

Adulatory 

Adult 

Adulterate 

Adultness 

Adumbrate 

Adunation 

Aduncity 

Adustion 

Advenient 

Advenir 

Advent 

Adventive 

Adveniual 

Adventurer 

Adverb 

Adverbial 

Adversable 

Adversary 

Adverse 

Advertence 

Advertent 

Advertiser 

Advisary 

Advisement 

Advocacy 

Advocate 

Advocating 

AdvoluOon 

Advoutre 

Advowson 

Adze 

Aerafingly 

Aeration 

Aerial 

Aeriform 

Aerolite 

Aerology 

Aeromancy 

Aerometer 

Aeronaut 

Aerophobia 

Aeroscopy 

Aerostat 

Aesthetic 

Aetiology 

Afanador 

Afascaiar 

Affable 

Affability 

Affabrous 



ADV 

KiiV9Jk&^-^continued. 

Others are making larger advances 

I (we) will advance £ 

One month's hire always in advance 

Half month's hire always in advance 

Do not make any further advancers) to 

Do not make any further advance(s) upon 

Decline making advance [tion 

Decline making advance before searching inspec- 

You must not advance 

Will not advance 

You may advance 

You may advance up to 

Vfh2X advance(s) has (have) been made [captain 

What advance(s) has (have) been made to the 

No advance(s) has (have) been made 

The following advance(s) has (have) been made 

The captain has had an advance of 

The captain did not take an advance 

Has the advance been paid 

The advance has not been paid 

The advance will not be paid 

The advance has been paid 

Hold for an advance 

Caused an advance 

At an advance of 

Stop following advance note(s) 

Stop following advance note(s), man (men) not 
Advantajg;e. [having sailed in the 

What is the advantage 

Cannot see the advantage 

If there is any advantage 

If there is an advantage however small 

Mutual advantage 

Great advantage 

Small advantage 

To the best advantage 

Will be of no advantage 

No advantage to be gained 

Take advantage (of) 

It will be to your advantage 

It will be to my (our) advantage 

It will be to his (their) advantage 
Advertise. 

May I (we) advertise 

You may advertise 

You may not advertise 

Advertise for passengers &c. 
Advertised. 

Have you advertised ' 

Why have you not advertised 



ADV 



II 



CodbNo 

SOI 
502 

503 
504 

505 
506 

507 
508 

509 

510 

5" 

5" 

S^3 

514 

5'S 
516 

5'7 

518 

519 
520 

S" 
522 

523 
524 

525 
526 

527 
528 

529 
530 

531 
532 

533 
534 
535 
536 

537 

538 

539 
540 

541 
542 

543 
544 

545 
546 

547 
548 
549 
550 



CoDK Word 

Affadir 

Affaiblir 

Affame 

Affear 

Affected 

Affection 

Afferent 

Affiance 

Affiche 

Affidation 

Affidature 

Affidavit 

Affied 

Affiler 

AffUiaU 

Affinage 

Affinity 

Affirmant 

Affirmed 

AffixeiUy 

Afflation 

Afflict 

Afflictive 

Affleur 

Affligeani 

Afflixion 

Affloric 

Affluence 

Affluently 

Afflux 

AffoUr 

Afforded 

Affordment 

Affray 

Affrayment 

Affriander 

Affriction 

Affright 

Affrighted 

Affront 

Affronted 

Affuse 

Affusion 

Afikukra 

Aforado 

Afraid 

Afresh 

Aftermath 

Afterpiece 

Aftolar 



Is advertised to 

Is advertised to leave 

Have advertised 

Have advertised as requested and result is 

Have advertised as requested and no result 

What date have you aavertised to leave 

What date have you advertised for 

What date has Hiave) advertised to leave 

has (have) advertised to leave 



Tbm — b advtrtliid to iMv* 
Thi >» It adYitrtInd to kavt 



iMnon ths •— ftnr jovf pott 
■■ ■ OP ths ^-~ ftr Fowpovt 



If any vessel is advertised by 
If any vessel is advertised for 
If none other is advertised 
Advioe. 
What advice have you received about (from) 
Your advice received 
No advice to hand 
No later advice to hand 
Send immediate advice 
Advice was duly sent 
Advice(s) does (do) not agree 
My (our) advice is 
When was advice sent 
Without further advice 
Until further advice 
With or without further advice 
Waiting advice before acting 
Have you had legal advice 
Has (have) he (they) had legal advice 
You had better have legal advice 
You had better have legal advice before acting 
I (we) have had legal advice 
I (we) have had legal advice and acting upon it 
He (they) has (have) had legal advice 
I am (we are) dependent upon your advice(s) 

Pending advice from me (us) ( ) 

Pending advice from him (them) 

Pending advice from you ( ) 

Tel^aph latest advices 

Telegraph latest advices received from 

Latest advice is 

Advices from state 

Wait my (ourj advice (from — ) 
Wait my (our) advice posted to-day 
Wait my (our) advice per first post 
Favourable advice (s) 
Of which I (we) have no advice 
Advice (s) is (are) less encouraging 
Advice(s) is (are) more encouraging 



12 




ADV 


CodeNo 


CodeWobd 


kictSat—eoniinutd. 


551 


AqataiU 


Unless you have later favourable advices 


553 


Agaiaxy. 


Unless you have later unfavourable advices 


553 


Agaima 


If you have later favourable advices 


554 


Agamut 


If you have later unfavourable advices 


555 


Agape 


Since my (our) last advice (s) 


556 




Since your last advice (s) 


557 


Agaiise 


Since last advice (s) from 


558 




Advise (■). 


559 


Ag^ly 


What do you advise 


560 


Agedness 


I (we advise 


56' 


Agi-iuiit 


I jwe will advise j-ou 


S6> 


Agtilado 


I (we cannot advise vou 


563 


Ai^ttaleii 


I (we) would not advise you to do it 


564 


A^erose 


ConUnue to advise regularly 


565 


Aggrace 


Continue to advise by wire 


566 


Aggraiiiiise 


Advise if any material change takes place 


567 


Aggravate 


Will advise you 


568 


Aggr^alor 


Will advise later on 


569 


Aggras 


I (we) have nothing to advise 


570 


Agression 


Most strongly advise you 


57* 


Aggrifi'e 


Requests me (us) to advise you 


57a 


Aggrieiii/ig 


Please advise 


573 


Aggroup 


Please advise Lloyd's agent 


574 


Aghast 


Please advise owners 


575 


Agile 


Please advise charterera (shippers) 


57S 


Agilmess 


Please advise consignees (receivers) 


577 


Agility 


Advise the following by telegraph 


578 


Aghkr 


Advise the following by letter 


579 


Ap^ta^e 


Advise me (us) in the usual manner 


580 


A^iilant 


Adviied. 


5«i 


Agistment 


Have you advised 


5S3 


Agitate 


I fwe^ have not advised 


583 


Agitaiim 


I (^e) have advised 


584 


AgM 


I am (we are) advised 


58s 


Agminal 


Not advised 


586 


Agnail 


If duly advised 


587 


Ati'iatiuil 


Advised wrongly 


588 


Ag'>.7t,\m 


Advised in mistake 


589 


Agneau 


Urgently advised 


590 


Agneler 


Keep me (us) well advised of progress 


59> 


Agonisant 


Keep me (us) well advised of prices 


S9> 




I (we) will keep you well advised 


593 


Agcnisles 


You have been very badly advised 


594 


At;oniu 


You have been well advised 


595 


Agony 


Adviudly. 


596 


AgratiUe 




597 


Agramador 


I (we) have acted advisedly 


598 


Agramunt 


Has been done advisedly 


599 


Agrandir 


You have acted very unadvisedly 


600 


Agrarimiy 


He (they) have acted very unadvisedly 



APF-APT 



13 



CodeNo 

601 
602 

603 

604 
605 

606 

607 

608 

609 
610 

611 

612 
614 

615 

616 

617 

618 

619 
620 
621 
622 

623 

624 
625 

626 

627 

628 

629 

630 
631 

632 

633 
634 

635 
636 

637 
638 

639 

640 
641 
642 

643 
644 

645 
646 

647 

648 

649 

650 



CODB Word 
Agravante 

Agrestic 

Agncultor 

Agri/olio 

Agripaume 

Agrtmomy 

Agrostis 

Aguaderas 

Ague 

Aguish 

Aguishness 

Ahurir 

Ahmundan 

Aidance 

Aidless 

AigU 

Aignan 

Aigulet 

AUeran 

Ailing 

Ailment 

Aim 

Aimlessly 

Airball 

AirceU 

Airgun 

Airholes 

Airian 

Airer 

Airiness 

Airling 

Aisle 

Ajutage 

Akenium 

Akimbo 

Alabaster 

Aiabuga 

Alacrity 

Aladag 

Alajate 

Alambicon 

Alamont 

Alantine 

Alarm 

Alarment 

Alarming 

Alarmist 

AlcUerne 

Alava 



Affidn. 

Present state of afTairs 

Affairs at present are very unsettled 

Affairs appear very unsettled 

Affairs appear more settled 

How are affairs looking 

To talk over business affairs 

On business affairs 

On private affairs 

On account of political affairs 
Affect 

Win it affect 

It will not affect 

Does it affect 

It does not affect 

Will probably affect 

Is not likely to affect 

Is not likely to affect me (us) in any manner 

Is not likely to affect you in any manner 
Affirmative. 

It is affirmative 

Answer is affirmative 

I (we) reply in the affirmative 
Affimieu* 

Must be affirmed 

Can be affirmed 

Cannot be affirmed 
Affreighter. — (See Shipper) 
Afloat 

Is she (vessel) now afloat 

The vessel is not yet afloat 

Attempt will be made to get her afloat 

Are trying to get vessel afloat 

Expect to get vessel afloat next tide 

Every prospect of getting vessel afloat 

Endeavour to get vessel afloat 

Not able to get vessel afloat 

Have given up all hopes of getting her afloat 

Always afloat 

As soon as afloat 

Is partly afloat 

Now afloat 

Always afloat at any time of the tide 

Got afloat without assistance 

Got afloat with assistance of tugs 
After. 

After sailing of the vessel 

After loading the vessel 

After what has taken place 

After what has been done 



H 



APT -AOE 



CodbNo 

652 

654 

656 

657 
658 

660 
661 
662 
663 

664 
665 

666 
667 
668 
669 
670 
671 
672 

673 
674 

67s 
676 

677 

678 

679 

680 

681 

682 

683 

684 
685 
686 
687 
688 
689 
690 
691 
692 

693 
694 

69s 
696 

697 

698 

699 

700 



Cons WoiD 

Albacete 

Albanian 

Albatross 

Alberge 

Albeuve 

AlbUore 

Albino 

AlbolaU 

Albona 

Alborace 

Albidgine 

Album 

Albumine 

Alcade 

Alcahest 

Alcaique 

AUala 

Alchemist 

Alchemy 

Alcohol 

Alcove 

Alcubilla 

Alcudia 

Aldego 

Ald^onde 

Aider 

Alderman 

Aldern 

Aleberry 

Alecost 

Alegar 

Aleconner 

Alegrana 

Alehouse 

Alembic 

Alembroth 

Alenois 

Aleniour 

Alert 

Alertness 

Alesage 

Alfange 

Alfct 

Algalie 

Alganon 

Algarade 

Algates 

Agrarian 

Algebra 

Algebraist 



Afternoon. 

Tliis afternoon 

Yesterday afternoon 

To-morrow afternoon 

At — o'clock this afternoon 
Again. 

Again as soon as circumstances will permit 

Again as soon as you can 

You must not act so again 

Will not do so again 

It shall not occur again 
Against 

Against the custom 

Against my (our) wishes 

Ran against 

Ran against the pier-head 

Ran against a rock 
Agent (s). 

Apply to my (our) agent (s) (at ) 

Apply to the agent (s) 

Consult the agent (s) 

Who is (are) the agent (s) 

Telegraph me (us) name of your agent in - 

Can you recommend me (us) an agent in 

Must I (we) appoint agent (s) 

I (we) will appoint agent(s) 

You must appoint agent(s) 

Is (are) appomted agent (s) (at ) 

Do you know of any a^ent 

I am (we are) agent (s) for 

My (our) agent (s) is (are) 

The agent (s) is (are) 
•'s agent (s) is (are) 



) 



No agent is necessary 

I (we) have no agent at 

has (have) no agent at 

Agent will not act 

No Lloyd's agent here (at — 

Lloyd's agent is dead 

Agent is dead 

Cannot find out who is agent for 

Agent is bankrupt 

Advise a special agent to be sent immediately 

A special agent will be sent immediately 

-i.— *■ i«ait la buiknipi, plcMC endeavour to set me (aa) the mppaintmeiil 
._*■ accnt la dead, pleeae endeeTonr to get me (na) the eppohitment 
I (w«) heer thiU la (ere) not aatiifled wtth hia (their) iffentCaj 

X («•) hnr thai ta (are) not aatlafled with hia (thdr) afent(a) here (at) — 

Ipleaae do what you can ftw me (oa) 

Agent already appointed [appointed agent(s) 
Have much pleasure in stating that you are 



AGE— AGR 



15 



CodbNo 

roi 

ro6 

ro7 

ro8 

f09 

10 

ir 

12 

'3 
14 

15 
16 

17 
18 

19 

r20 

'21 

22 

23 
24 

25 
26 

27 

28 

29 

30 

3» 
r32 
'33 
34 

'35 
^36 

'37 
'38 

'39 

F40 

'41 
'42 
'43 
'44 

'45 
'46 

'47 
r48 

'49 

SO 



Cods Word 

Algid 

Algidity 

Algific 

Algor 

A^arism 

Aliaceous 

Alias 

Alison 

Alibi 

Alidade 

Alien 

Alienable 

Alienate 

Aliform 

Aligerous 

Alight 

Aliment 

Alimentary 

Alimony 

Aliped 

Aliquant 

Aliture 

Alizarine 

Alkahest 

Alkaline 

Alkalizate 

Alkaloid 

Alkanet 

Alkermes 

Allanite 

AUatrate 

Allayed 

Allayment 

AlUctive 

Allegation 

Allegiance 

All^oric 

AUigory 

All^etto 

AUemand 

Alleviate 

Alliance 

Allicient 

Alligate 

Alli^nment 

AUision 

Allocation 

Allodial 

Allonge 

Allopathy 



Agent — continued 

'— is (are) appointed agent (s) at 
Agrea 

You ought to agree 

You ought not to agree 

Do you agree (to — ^with) 

If you agree (to — ^with) 

If you do not agree (to — with) 

I ^we^ do not agree (to— with) 

I (we) do agree (to— with) 

The owners agree to 

The captain agrees to 

The charterer agrees to 

Will agree 

Will not agree 

I (we) did not agree to that 

I (we) did agree to that 

Can agree 

Cannot agree 

I (we) agree to the appointment of 

I ^we) cannot agree to the appointment of 

I ( we^ agree to your proposal 

I (we) cannot agree to your proposal 

Will you agree to the conditions named 

I (we) agree to the conditions named 

I (^e) cannot agree to the conditions named 
Agreed. 

It is agreed that 

It is agreed on all sides 

It is agreed to by all parties 
Agreement. 

According to agreement 

Not according to agreement 

Do you confirm the agreement 

I (we) do confirm the agreement 

I (we) do not confirm the agreement 

Cancel the agreement 

I (we) cancel the agreement 

The agreement is cancelled 

What agreement will be cancelled 

The agreement has been or was made 

Without special agreement 

Not without special agreement 

Have you made any agreement 

You must make a special agi cement 

No agreement made 

The agreement was 

The agreement is 
Agronn£ 

Has run aground 

Has run aground expect will become a total wreck 



i6 




AGR— ALL 


CoobNo 


CODB Word 


Aground — continued. 


7S» 


Allophane 


Has run aground expect will be got off without 


7Sa 


Alloquy 


Has run aground coming up the river [damage 


753 


Allot 


Has run aground going down the river 


754 


Allotted 


Has run aground on the bar 


755 


Allotment 


Has run aground coming into harbour 


756 


Allowance 


Has run aground going out of harbour 


"2 


Alloy 


Did not go aground 


758 


Allude 


Is reported aground at 


759 


Allumette 


Allotment 


760 


Allurement 


Please pay the following allotment note(s) 


761 


Alluringly 


Stop the payment of thefollowingallotment note(s) 


762 


Allusion 


Have stopped payment of the following allotment 


763 


Alluvial 


The allotment will take place note(s) 


764 


Almady 


The allotment has been made 


76s 


Almagest 


No allotment has been made 


766 


Almagra 


Too late for participation in the allotment 


767 


Almafuu 


Your allotment is (share(s)) 


768 


Almandine 


Stop payment of all allotment notes (per—) 


769 


Almendra 


stop iMamwnC of all ■.Uotmeat notis (per—) and tend them to ne (») 


770 


Almery 


Allow. 


771 


Almoner 


Why did you allow 


772 


Alms 


I (we) cannot allow 
I (we) did not allow 


773 


Almsgiver 


774 


Almshouse 


You must allow 


775 


Aloetical 


You must not allow 


776 


Alogy 


If you will allow 


777 


Alone 


If you will not allow 


778 


Aloof 


What will you allow 


779 


Aloofness 


What shall I (we) allow 


780 


Alopecy 


What will you allow me (us) 


781 


Aloud 


I (we) will allow you 


782 


Alpaca 


Allowance. 


783 


Alpenstock 


Some allowance will have to be made 


784 


Alpestre 


Will require some slight allowance 


785 


Alphabet 


Will require a. heavy allowance 


786 


Alphenic 


No allowance can be made 


787 


Alphonsin 


Make no allowance 


788 


Alpine 


Make a reasonable allowance 


789 


Alsacian 


Fair allowance will be made 


790 


Altar 


What allowance will you make 


791 


Altarage 


Full allowance is demanded 


792 


Altarpiece 


Every allowance will be granted 


793 


Alterant 


Allowance demanded is unreasonable 


794 


Alterative 


I (we) admit the allowance demanded 


795 


Altercate 


Have had to make a small allowance 


796 


Alterity 


Have had to make a great allowance [tion 


797 


Alternacy 


Allowance asked for is far too much, try for a reduc- 


798 


Altigrade 


Allowance offered is too litde, try for an increase 


799 


Altimetry 


Small allowance 


800 


Altisonant 


Heavy allowance 



ALO— AMO 



17 



CodbN'o Codb Wobd 



801 
802 
803 
804 
805 
806 
807 
808 
809 
810 
811 
812 

813 
814 

816 

817 

818 

819 
820 

821 

822 

824 
825 

826 

827 
828 
829 

830 

831 

832 

833 
834 

83s 

836 

837 
838 

839 

840 
841 
842 

843 
844 

845 
846 

847 
848 

849 

850 



I 



AliUude 

AUivolani 

Aludd 

Aludiftg 

Aluminous 

Alveary 

Alveated 

Alveolar 

AmabilUy 

Amadifu 

Amadou 

Amaigrir 

Amalgam 

Ama^amate 

Amandation 

Amanitine 

Amanuensis 

Amaranth 

Amaritud 

Amass 

Amassment 

Amateur 

Amative 

Amatorial 

Amatory 

Amaze 

Amazedly 

Amazement 

Amazing 

Amazon 

Amazonian 

Ambages 

Ambagifious 

Ambassador 

Ambassage 

Amber 

Amberseed 

Ambergris 

Ambidexter 

Ambient 

Ambiguity 

Ambiguous 

Ambilogy 

Ambit 

Ambition 

Ambitude 

Ambler 

Amblygon 

Ambrosia 

Ambry 



Alongside. 
If alongside 
If alongside by 
If not alongside by 
Now alongside 
Free alongside 
Is expect^ to be alongside 
Whilst coming alongside 
Could not (cannot) get alongside 

Tb be talna to and from ■lon gitik rtelnrteyer'a ( bm rehmVrt •xpenMand rlik 

To he taken to and f ram alnngride at fhip'i expense and risk 

To be taken to and flpom a l on g i ide at ehip*! ejqmiM and charterer** 
. ^ . . . (inerehant'i) risk 

To be taken to and from alonselde at eharlerer'i (merchant** exi«enie and 
., 3 ehip'iriik 

Already. 

Already commenced loading 

Already commenced discharging 

Already attended to ' 

Ah-eady completed 
Alter. 

Can you alter 

If you can alter 

If you cannot alter 

You must not alter 

I (we) cannot alter 

I (we) will alter 

You must alter 
Alteration. 

What alteration is required 

What alteration has been made 

No alteration has taken place 

Make the necessary alteration 

Make no alteration 

Great alteration has taken place 

No alteration can be made 
Amalgamated. 

Have amalgamated to oppose you 

Have amalgamated ta oppose me (us) 

Have ama^mated to oppose me (us), telegraph 
Amount. [instructions, if any 

To what amount 

What is the amount 

What is the invoice amount 

Invoice amount is 

It amounts to 

Ascertain the amount 

Good for the amount named 

Half the amount 

The total amount 

The amount ofiered is 

Too large an amount 

Too small an amount 



i8 



AMO-ANS 



CODSNO 

8S« 

8S3 

854 

8SS 
856 

8S7 
858 

859 
860 

861 

86a 

863 

864 

86s 

866 

867 

868 

869 

870 

871 
87a 

873 
874 

87s 
876 

877 
878 

879 
880 
881 
88a 
883 
884 
885 
886 
887 
888 
889 
890 
891 
89a 

893 

894 

89s 
896 

897 

898 

899 

900 



Code Word 

AmhulatU 

Ambulation 

Ambuscade 

Ambush 

Ambushment 

AmbusHon 

Ameliorate 

Amenable 

Amenana 

Amend 

Amendatory 

Amendful 

Amending 

Amendment 

Amenity 

Amentum 

Amerse 

Amethyst 

Amiably 

Amicable 

Amid 

Amidst 

Amity 

Ammonia 

Amnesty 

Amodier 

Amoiition 

Amoilir 

Amoret 

Amorous 

Amarphe 

Amortise 

Amours 

Ampersand 

Amphibian 

Amphibolic 

Amphilogy 

Amphipod 

Ample 

Ampleness 

Ampliate 

Amplifier 

Amplitude 

Amputate 

Amuck 

Amulet 

Amurcosity 

Amurcaus 

Amusable 

Amuse 



1 6 



Amount — continued. 

Only a small amount 

A Uurge amount 

Try to increase the amount 

Try to reduce the amount 

I (we) can get the amount increased 

I (wei can get the amount reduced 
fwe) cannot get the amount increased 
(we) cannot get the amount reduced 

The amount is reasonable 

The amount is unreasonable 

Can obtain any amount 

Have obtained the total amount 

Cannot obtain the total amount 

Will send the amount 

Have sent the amount 

Further amount will follow [amount 

Impossible to determine without knowing the 
Animation. 

There appears less animation 

More animation has prevailed 
Announce. 

Announce arrival of 

Announce departure of — 
Announced. 

Not yet announced 

Not to be announced until 

Will not be publicly announced 

It is announced that 

It is officially announced 

X un (w« an) InftiBMd that tlit fcllowliiff will ■hortly be pablieijruuioaaoed 

The authorities here have announced 
Annoyed. 

I am (we are) much annoyed 

Is (are) much annoyed 

Ou^ht not to be annoyed 

A htde annoyed 
Answer. 

Send an answer 

I am (we are) anxiously waiting an answer 

— is (are) anxiously waiting an answer 

Must have a definite answer 

Must have a definite answer ; yes or no 

Answer by telegraph (ABC code) 

Answer by post 

I (we) answer in affirmative 

I (we) answer in negative 

If pressed for an answer it must be negative 

If pressed for an answer it must be affirmative 

Cannot get an answer 

Cannot give an answer yet 



ANS— APP 



19 



CodbNo Codb Word 



901 
902 

903 
904 

905 
906 
907 
908 
909 
910 
911 
912 

9«3 
914 

915 
916 

917 

918 

919 

920 

921 

922 

923 
924 

9*5 
926 

927 

928 

929 

930 
931 
933 
933 
934 

935 
936 

937 

938 

939 
940 

941 

942 

943 

944 

945 
946 

947 
948 

949 

950 



Amusement 

Amusing 

Amyline 

Anabaptist 

Anacamptic 

Anacarde 

Anachronic 

Anadastic 

Anagalis 

Anaglyph 

Anaigcgy 

Anagram 

Anaieme 

Analogous 

Anal^ 

Analysts 

Analytical 

Analyzable 

Analyze 

Anamnesis 

Anandrous 

Anapest 

Anaphora 

Anarchial 

Anarchy 

Awisarca 

Anathema 

Anatocism 

Anatomical 

Anatomist 

Anatomy 

Ancestor 

AncestrcU 

Ancestress 

Anchorite 

Anchovy 

Ancient 

Anciently 

Ancillary 

Ancipitous 

Angles 

Ancolie 

Andante 

Android 

Anecdote 

AmcdoticcU 

Anemometer 

Anemone 

Anemoscope^ 

Anent 



hjMmvt^-contintud, 

Expect to get an answer by 

Will communicate as soon as can get an answer 

Quite depends upon your answer 

Have no answer to give 
Answered. 

We answered last post 

Fully answered by lettei 

Have abneady answered 

Why have you not answered 

Has (have) not yet answered in a clear manner 



You must anticipate 

Do not anticipate 
Antidpated. 

It is ^they are) fully anticipated 

I (we) had not anticipated 
AntidiMttioiL 

Buy in anticipation of rise 

Order in anticipation of rise 

Sell in anticipation of fall 

I am (we are) very anxious to know 

Very anxious to hear 

Very anxious to have 

Very anxious to have our order completed at once 

Very anxious to have goods forwarded immediately 
Appeal 

Shall I (we) appeal against decision 

If you think there is any prosp)ect of success appeal 

Appeal at once against decision [at once 

Notice of appeal has been given 

I am (we are) advised not to appeal 

I am (we are) advised to appeal 

If you appeal 

If you do not appeal 

Do not appeal 

Will appeal 

Will appeal 

Cannot appeal 

Cannot appeal ; too late 

Appeal has terminated favourably 

Appeal has terminated unfavourably 
Appear. 

It must not appear 

Make it appear 

It should appear 

It cannot appear 

It does not appear 
Appearance. 

Shall I (we) enter an appearance 
c 2 



20 



APP-APR 



CodrNo 
951 

95a 

953 

954 

955 

956 

957 

958 

959 
960 

961 

962 

963 
964 

96s 

966 

967 

968 

969 

970 

971 
972 

973 

974 

975 
976 

977 
978 

979 
980 

981 

982 

983 
984 

98s 
'986 

987 

988 

989 

990 

991 

992 

993 
994 

995 
996 

997 
998 

999 
tooo 



Code Word 

Aneurism 

Angd 

Angelic 

Angelical 

Angdoi 

Angemess 

Angiohgy 

Anglais 

Anglers 

Ar^lican 

Anglicisms 

Angostura 

Angouleme 

Angrily 

Angry 

Anguish 

Angular 

Angularity 

Anguiatcd 

Angustate 

Anhelation 

Anhydrous 

Anility 

Animadvert 

Animal 

Animalcule 

Animalist 

Animated 

Animating 

Animose 

Animosity 

Anise 

Ankle 

Anklelxme 

Annals 

Anneal 

Annealing 

Annectant 

Annex 

Anncxary 

Annexation 

Annexment 

Annihilate 

Annivere 

Annodon 

Annolis 

Annotate 

Annotation 

Annotatory 

Annoyer 



hjp}f9(Kn3i!Ob''-continued. 

Enter an appeaxance 

There is every appearance of 

Make an appearance 

Do not make an appearance 

Favourable appearance 

llireatening appearance 

Very bad appeaiance 
Applianoe. 

What appliance have you ? [machinery ? 

What appliance have you for lifting heavy 

Have every appliance required 

Have no appliance whatever 

Have appliance up to five tons 

Have appliance for lifting up to 

Have eveiy appliance ready 
Application. 

If make(s) application to you 

will make application to you 

To whom is application to be made 

Make immediate application to — - 

Application to be made by 

Application has been made 

Application will be attended to 

Application cannot be entertained 

Has (have) made application to me (us) for 

Notieehu been gl^VD thai thtUft or aiiiatettoiulbrtlM — ^wtU 

Appropriate. 

May 1 (we) appropriate 

Do not appropriate 

You can appropriate as you think best 

If you can appropriate 

If you cannot appropriate 

I ^we^ cannot appropriate as you wish 

I (we) can appropriate as you wish 

Appropriate as circumstances demand 
ApprovaL 

Subject to approval 

Subject to my (our) approval 

Subject to his (theu-) approval 

Subject to your approval 

Do not meet with approval 

Meets with approval 

If it (they^ meet with approval 

If it (they) do not meet with approval 

Has (have) my (our) approval 
April 

During the month of April 

During next April 

About beginning of April 

About middle of April 



APR-ARB 



21 



CoddNo 

[OOI 
[002 

003 

[004 

[005 

[006 
[007 

[008 

:oo9 

[OIO 
[Oil 

012 
013 

:oi4 

015 
[016 

[017 

[018 

[019 

[020 

[021 

[022 

:o23 

[024 

025 
[026 
:o27 
[028 
[029 
:o3o 

031 
1032 

033 

034 

to3S 
^036 

[037 

^038 

039 
[040 

[041 

[042 

043 
1044 

^045 
1046 

[047 

1048 

049 

[050 



Code Word 

Annoyance 

Annoyful 

Annuaiist 

Annuitant 

Annuity 

Annular 

AnnuloHon 

Annulmmt 

Annunciate 

Anode 

Anodyne 

Anoint 

Anoinier 

Anointing 

Anomalism 

Anomctiite 

Anomaly 

Anomalous 

Anomite 

Anomy 

Anon 

Anonymous 

Anorexy 

Anosmia 

Ansated 

Anserine 

Answerer 

Ant 

Anteater 

Antagonist 

Antalgic 

Antartic 

Anteact 

Antecede 

Antecedent 

Antecessor 

Antedate 

Antelope 

Antducan 

Antemural 

Antenna 

Antepenult 

Antepone 

Anterior 

Anteroom 

Antes 

Antevert 

Anthem 

Antheral 

AfithiU 



hjpnl^continued. 
About end of April 
Last April 
Next April 
ist day of April 
2Dd day of April 
3rd day of April 
4th day of April 
5th day of April 
6th day of April 
7th day of April 
8th day of April 
9th day of April 
loth day of April 
nth day of April 
J 2th day of April 
13th day of April 
14th day of April 
iSth day of April 
1 6th day of April 
17th day of April 
i8th day of April 
19th day of April 
2oth day of April 
2 1 St day of April 
22nd day of April 
23rd day of April 
24th day of April 
25 th day of April 
26th day of April 
27th day of April 
28th day of April 
29th day of April 
30th day of April 

Arbitrate. 



[arbitrate 



Whom do you wish I (we) should appoint to 

Who will arbitrate 

Whom have you appointed to arbitrate 

Will you arbitrate for me (us) 

I (we) shall be pleased to arbitrate for yoi 

Will arbitrate for 

Will arbitrate for you 

Cannot arbitrate for 

Cannot arbitrate for you [them (him 

wish (es) to know if you will arbitrate for 

Get a competent person to arbitrate 
Cannot get a competent person ta arbitrate 
Arbitration. 
Shall I (we) submit the matter to arbitration 
Submit the matter to arbitration 
Agree to arbitration 



23 




ABB— ARR 


COMNO 


Cook Woan 




1051 




Will not agree to arbitratioo 


1053 


AntAo/m> 


Refuse to submit to arbitration 


1053 


Anthorism 




'054 


Atttiratite 


The arbitration is i^ainst us 


105s 


Anihrax 


The arbitratioii is in our favour 


1056 


AntiarU 


The arbitration is in favour of 


IOS7 


Antic 


The arbitration is upset 


1058 


Anttcar 


Arbitrator. 


>oS9 


Anticipant 


Endeavour to get to act as arWtralor 


1060 


Anticipat 


Has agreed to act as arbitrator 


1061 


AtOidiaat 


Refuses to act as arbitrator 


1063 


Anticness 


I (we) do not approve of as arbitrator 


1063 


AnHdoU 


I (we) approve of acting as arbitrator 


1064 


Antiemetic 


Armr. 


1065 


Antigorite 


Abyssinian army 


1066 


AntHactic 


Afghan army 


1067 


Antiiogy 


American army 


1068 


Atttimeter 


Arabian army 


1069 




Austrian arniy 


1070 


Antinomian 


Belgian army 


1071 


Antltr 


Brazilian army 


1073 


Antipathy 


British army 


1073 




Chilian army 


1074 


Antipocar 


Chinese army 


1075 


Antipodes 


Danish army 


1076 


Antiquary 


Dutch army 


1077 


Antiquate 


French army 


1078 


Antique 


German army 


1079 


Antiquity 


Grecian army 


1080 


Antiseptic 


Italian army 


■081 


Antisocial 


Japanese army 


■0S3 


Antithesis 


Peruvian array 


1083 


Antitype 


Portuguese amy 


1084 


AttviUd 


Prussian army 


1085 


Anxiety 


Rus»an army 


■086 


Aonian 


Spanish army 


1087 


AorisI 


SwedUh army 


1088 


..//,,<r 


Turkish army 


1089 


J/:,>:a^.- 


troops are expected here (at ) 


logo 


Apauthoty 


troops are reported to be at 


1 091 


. If'iirlmuil 


troops have arrived here {at ) 


1093 


. if.lMilf 


troops have left here ( ) for 


1093 


At^Uhe/k 


■ troops have left here { ) destination un- 

troops totally defeated [known 


1094 


.-\p<!lliiil 


109s 


AMh 


troops have gained a glorious victory 


1096 


Apcpsy 


Arrange. 


1097 


Ap(r(u 


Shall! (we) arrange 


1098 


Aperient 


Can you aimnge 


1099 


Afcrilhr 


Can you arrange the business 




A ten 


You must arrange (with ) 







AKR 23 


CodbNo 


CODE Word 


Arrange— av//r>riM^ 


IIOI 


Apertion 


You ought to arrange 


II02 


Alertness 


If you can arrange 


1 103 


Aperture 


If you cannot arrange 


1 104 


Apetalous 


I ^we^ cannot arrange 

I (we) cannot arrange it here 


II05 


Apex 


1 106 


Aphanite 


I ?we) can probably arrange 


II07 


Aphelion 


I (we) can arrange 

I (we) can arrange the business 


1 108 


Aphetical 


1 109 


Aphidian 


Will endeavour to arrange 


IlIO 


Aphony 


Better arrange with 


nil 


Aphorism 


Arrange best possible (with ) 


III2 


Aphoristic 


If you arrange it 


III3 


Aphrodite 


To enable me (us) to arrange 


III4 


Aphihong 


To enable you to arrange 


i"5 


Apiarist 


Is it necessaiy to arrange immediately 


1116 


Apiary 


You must arrange immediately or it is useless 


1117 


Apiculate 


You must arrange as soon as possible 


1118 


Apish 


Arrange at your own convenience 


1119 


Apishness 


Please arrange accordingly 


1120 


Aplanatic 


Arranged. 


1121 


Apiatir 


Why have you not arranged 


1122 


Aplomb 


I (we) have ananged 


1123 


Aplotomy 


Have arranged with 


1124 


Apocalypse 


Have it all arranged before leaving 


1125 


Apocrusiic 


Cannot be arranged before leaving 


1126 


Apocrypha 


Everything is arranged 


1127 


Apodal 


Everythmg will be arranged 


1128 


Apodidic 


Everything arranged satisfactorily 


1129 


Apograph 


Fina&y arranged 


1 130 


Apologist 


Can it be arranged 


1131 


Apol^ue 


Have you arranged for 


ii3« 


Apol^ 


As arranged wi£ the owner (s) 


"33 


Apopluisis 


As arranged with the charterer (s) 


"34 


Apoplectic 


As arranged with the supplier (manufacturer) 


"35 


Apoplexy 


As arranged with the receiver 


n36 


Aporia 


To be arranged hereafter 


"37 


Apostesy 


Arrangement. 


1 138 


Apostate 


According to arrangement 


"39 


Apostatise 


Not according to arrangement 


1 140 


Apostle 


Make other arrangements 


1141 


Apostolic 


Left entirely to your arrangement 


1 142 


Apostrophe 


Arrangement has been made 


"43 


Apostume 


Arrangement must be altered 


"44 


Apotelesm 


Arrangement(s) made cannot be altered 


"45 


Apothecary 


No time to make other arrangements 


1 146 


Apothegem 


No arrangement has been made 


"47 


Apotheosis 


Will you enter into an arrangement 


1 148 


Apotome 


Make any arrangement you think best 


"49 


Apozem 


\Vhat arrangement has been made 


1150 


Apozemical 


Will not make any arrangement 



CODI WOID 

AppaU 

App.>hunt 

Appanage 

Apparatus 

Apparel 

App,ircnt 

Apparitor 

App,:uh 

Appcahvit 

Afpcard/i 

Appeiisable 

Appeaser 

Appeasive 

Appillatc 

Append 

Appendage 

Appendant 

Apperidide 

Appendix 

AppcHtftc 

Appertain 

Appetible 

Appetite 

Applaud 

Applauding 

Applause 

Apple 

Applejiard 

Apptiabk 

Appiicably 

App/i.-ate 

Applinunt 

Apportion 

Appositely 

Appraise 

Appraising 

Appnrial,- 

Apprehend 

ApprenHa- 

Ap/rela.^e 

Apprizer 

Approach 

Approbate 

Approof 

ApproX'ance 

Appulsive 

Appuyer 

Apricity 
Apria>t 



ABR 

Amngflment — amtimted. 

You must make airangement 
I (we) have not been able to make any anange- 
I (we) cannot make any arrangement [ment 
Make some temporary airangemeiit 
Will make arrangement 
Temporary arrangement is made 
Will make the necessary arrangement 
Make the necessary arrangement 
Will it affect your arrangement 
I (we) have made every arrangement to meet any 
Now making every arrangement [emergency 
Leave all arrangements to 
Please confirm arrangement 
Refuse to confirm arrangement 
Have you confirmed the arrangement 
1 (we) do not approve of the arrangemeDt 
The arrangements made have approval 
The arrange ment (s) will materially assist me(us) 
No time to make other arrangements 
has (have) not yet confirmed the arrange- 
Only a temporary arrangement [ment 
Arrangement fallen through 

Amrt. 

la (are) going to arrest ( ) the vessel 

If you can arrest 
If you cannot arrest 

Shall I (we) arrest 

You need not arrest ■ 

Arrest ( ) the vessel immediately 

Arrest cargo immediately 
Arrest vessel and cargo immediately 
Hurry off ( ) vessel (o avoid arrest 
Has (liave) gone away to avoid arrest 

Send home under arrest 

Has (have) been sent home (to — ) under arrest 
Has (have) arrived here (at — ) under arrest 

Airefted. 

Why was ( ) the vessel arrested 

If is (are) arrested 

If is (are) not arrested 

Is (are) arrested 
Is (are) not arrested 
Will not be arrested 
Will be arrested 

Let ( ) vessel be arrested, do not give bail 

Ship is arrested 

Cargo is arrested 

Ship and cargo are arrested 

detain is arrested 

Captain is arrested for smuggling 



CodbNo 

20I 
202 
203 
204 
205 
206 
207 
208 
209 
210 
211 
212 

2T4 

216 
217 
218 
219 
220 
221 
222 
223 
224 
225 
226 
227 
228 
229 
230 
231 
232 

234 

235 
236 

237 

239 

240 

241 
242 

243 

244 

245 
246 

247 

248 

249 
250 



Code Wosd 

Aproned 

Apronful 

Apropos 

AptabU 

Aptaie 

Apterix 

Aptitude 

Aptly 

Aptness 

Aquarium 

Aquatic 

Aqueduct 

Aqueous 

Aquiline 

Aquosity 

Arabesque 

Arabical 

Arabism 

Arable 

Arachide 

Araignee 

Araneous 

Arbalist 

Arbiter 

Arbitrary 

Arbitress 

Arbor 

Arborary 

Arborist 

Arbustive 

Arcade 

Arcadian 

Arch 

Archangel 

Archbishop 

Archdeacon 

Archduke 

Archduchy 

Archery 

Archfiend 

Archiater 

Architect 

Architrave 

ArchiiKS 

Archness 

Archway 

Archwise 

Arctation 

Arcuature 

Ardency 



ARR 

Arrested — continued 
Captain and crew are arrested for smuggling 
Is (are^ arrested for barratry 
Is (are) arrested for embezzlement 
Is (are) arrested for foigery 
Is (are) arrested for fraud 
Is (are) arrested for murder 
Is (are) arrested for robbery 
Is (are^ arrested for scuttling 
Is (are) arrested for smugglmg 



25 



Before arrival 
After arrival 
Telegraph your arrival 

Telegraph (me) us the arrival of 

Telegraph me (us) her arrival at your port 

Will telegraph arrival of 

I (we) note the arrival of 

Await arrival of 



Look out for the arrival of ■ 

Upon arrival 

I (we) cannot guarantee time of arrival 
Arrivals. 

Heavy arrivals 

No arrivals 

Average arrivals 

Small arrivals 

Heavy arrivals expected shortly 

No arrival expected for some time 

Telegraph your arrivals 

Telegraph the arrival of 

When do you expect arrivals 

I (we) beg to advise the following arrivals 

AxrivEds continue to be abundant 
Arrive. 

Is (are) expected to arrive 

Will most likely arrive 

Will most likely arrive in time 

Will most likely arrive too soon 

Will most likely arrive too late 

When is it (are they) expected to arrive 

Daily expected to arrive 

Must anive here (at ^ 

Must arrive here at ( ) the latest [time 

If it (they) arrive on or before will oe in 

Will not suit unless it (they) arrive on or before 
Arrived. . 

yesteros 



Arrived here (at 
Arrived here (at 
Arrived here (at 
Arrived here (at 



lay 
to-day 
this rooming 
-) this afternoon 



26 



ARR-ASS 



CodbNo 

252 

256 

258 

260 
261 
262 
263 
264 
265 
266 
267 
268 
269 
270 
271 
272 

273 

274 

275 
276 

277 
278 

279 
280 

281 

282 

283 

284 

285 

286 

287 

288 

289 

290 

291 

292 

293 

294 

295 
296 

297 
298 

299 
300 



CooB Word 

Ardent 

Ardoise 

Ardour 

ArduUy 

Arduo 

Areca 

Arefactum 

Arefy 

AreoU 

Areotic 

Aretology 

Argtnial 

Argenteur 

Argillom 

Argosy 

Arguable 

Argue 

Argument 

Arianism 

Arid 

Aridity 

Arietate 

Anllate 

Arisen 

Aristocrat 

Arithmetic 

Arizarum 

Ark 

Armada 

Armadillo 

Armament 

Armbone 

Armchair 

Armeline 

Armentose 

Armful 

Armhoie 

Armisonant 

Armistice 

Armlet 

Armorer 

Armorial 

Armour 

Armpit 

Arnica 

Aromatic 

Aroused 

Arpent 

Arquebus 

Arracha^e 



Arrived — continued. 

Arrived, received orders and proceeded 

Arrived, coaled and proceeded 

Has (have) the arrived 

Has (have) not yet arrived 

Arrived here (at ) 

Not having arrived 

Vessel not having arrived 

Arrived here (at ) with damage 

Arrived in good time 

Arrived too late 

Arrived in a very bad state 

Arrived in bad condition 

Arrived in good condition 

Arrived all well, Sunday a^il 

Arrived all well, Sunday p.m. 

Arrived all well, Monday A.Bf. 

Arrived all well, Monday p.m. 

Arrived all well, Tuesday a.m. 

Arrived all well, Tuesday p.bc 

Arrived all well, Wednesday a.m. 

Arrived all well, Wednesday p.m. 

Arrived all well, Thursday a.m. 

Arrived all well, Thursday p.m. 

Arrived all well, Friday A.M. 

Arrived all well, Friday p.m. 

Arrived all well Saturday a.m. 

Arrived all well, Saturday p.m. 
Arrives. 

Do not omit to telegraph when — — arrives 

Will telegraph when arrives 

Until arrives 

When arrives 

As soon as arrives 

Artioles. ([See Products, &a) 

What articles are required 

What articles have you 

Following articles required 
Ascertain. 

Ascertain at once and telegraph 

Try and ascertain 

Unable to ascertain 

Will ascertain as soon as possible 
Ascertained. 

Have you ascertained 

I ^we) have ascertained 

I (we) have not ascertained 
Ashore. (See Shore) 
Assets. 

What are the expected assets 

No asseti* 



ASS-ATT 



27 



CodrNo 

30» 
302 
303 

304 

305 
306 

307 

309 

310 

3" 

312 

313 

314 

315 
316 

317 
318 

319 

320 

321 
322 

323 

324 

325 
326 

327 
328 

329 
330 

331 
332 

333 
334 

335 
336 

337 
338 

'339 
340 

341 
342 

343 

344 

345 
346 

347 
348 

349 

350 



CODB WOKD 

Arraign 

Arrant 

Arrayed 

Arrearage 

Arrears 

Arrectary 

Arrimer 

Arrogance 

Arrogantly 

Arroga4ian 

Arrondir 

Arrosage 

Arrosion 

Arrow 

Arrowhead 

Arsenal 

Arsenicate 

Arterial 

Artery 

Artful 

Artfully 

Artfulness 

Artichoke 

Article 

Articulate 

Artifice 

Artificial 

Artilize 

Artillery 

Artist 

Artistical 

Artistique 

Artitan 

Artless 

Asbestine 

Ascarides 

Ascend 

Ascendant 

Ascending 

Ascension 

Ascetic 

Ascidian 

Ascribing 

Ascription 

Ashamed 

Ashantee 

Ashes 

Ashler 

Ashlering 

Ashpit 



Assets — continued 

Assets reported to be about 

Assets considered small 

Assets considered laige 

Assets not yet ascertained 
Assist. 

Can you assist me (us) 

Will assist you all I (we) possibly can 

Do not assist 

If you can assist (me — us) 

If you cannot assist (me — ^us) 

I (we) can assist you 

I (we) qmnot assist you 
Assistanca 

Requires immediate assistance 

Give all the assistance yon possibly can 

What assistance can you give 

What assistance do you want 

Require temporary assistance 

I (we) can give little assistance 

If you want assistance 

Can give some assistance 

I (we) can give great assistance 

I am (we are) giving all possible assistance 

Will give all assistance required J! 

Can obtain all assistance required by applying to 

Send assistance at once 

Assistance will be sent at once 

Assistance will be rendered as soon as possible 

Unable to render assistance 

Unable to render immediate assistance 

Assistance has been sent 

Assistance has been offered and declined 

Telegraph if further assistance required 

Send further assistance if possible 

Further assistance not required 

Assistance offered will be sufficient [weather) 

Unable to render assistance on account of (bad 

Unable to render further assistance 

I (we) can give no assistance whatever 

With assistance 

Without assistance 

Steamer has gone to her assistance 

Put in here for medical assistance 
Attachment 

Levy an attachment 

Cannot levy an attachment 

Has (have) levied an attachment 

Remove attachment 

Get attachment removed 
Attention 



28 



ATT— AUQ 



CoobNo 

353 
354 

355 
356 

357 

358 

359 

360 
361 

362 

363 
364 

365 

366 

367 
[368 

369 
370 

37' 
372 
373 
374 

375 
376 

377 

378 

379 
380 

381 
[382 

383 

384 

385 
:386 

387 
388 

389 
390 
391 
392 
^393 
^394 

395 
396 

^397 
398 

399 
[400 



Code Wosd 

AshpoU 

Ashiub 

Ashweed 

Asinine 

Askance 

Aslant 

Asleep 

Asamaious 

Asparagus 

Aspected 

Aspen 

AsperaHon 

Asperity 

Aspersing 

Aspfudte 

Asphyxia 

Aspirate 

Aspiringly 

Assailant 

Assassin 

Assaulter 

Assay 

Assemblage 

Assembly 

Assertion 

Assertive 

Assessed 

Asseverative 

Assiduity 

Ass^nat 

Assimilate 

Assistant 

Assize 

Associate 

AssoHment 

Assoler 

Assonant 

Assort 

Assouper 

Assume 

Assumption 
Assuredly 

Astacolite 

Aster 

Asterisk 

Asternal 

Asthenic 

Asthmatic 

Asticoter 

Astipulate 



Attention — continued. 

What attention are you giving (to) 

Give^s^ great attention to 

Give(s) no attention to 

Is (are) well worthy of your attention 

This requires your greatest attention 

Please give your immediate attention 

I ^we) beg to draw]rour particular attention to 

Give more attention to 

Have given eveiy possible attention 

Too ill to give attention to anything in your letters 

Will give every attention [at present 

Auction. 

Shall I (we) sell by auction 

Sell the goods by auction 

Sell the by auction 

Sell the vessel by auction 

Will be sold by auction 

Shall I (we) bid for you at the auction 

When will the auction take place 

Auction will be held 

Auction is postponed 

Aucfion is withdrawn 
August. 

During the month of August 

During next August 

About beginning of August 

About middle of August 

About end of August 

Last August 

Next August 

ist day of August 

2nd day of August 

3rd day of August 

4th day of August 

5th day of August 

6th day of August 

7th day of August 

8th day of August 

9th day of August 

loth day of August' 

nth day of August 

1 2th day of August 

13th day of August; 

14th day of August 

15th day of August 

i6th day of August 

T7thday of August 

18th day of August 

19th day of August 

aoth day of August 



AUQ— AVE 



29 



CodbNo 



Cook Wobd 



I40I 


Astonished 


1403 


Astounded 


1403 


AstragcU 


1404 


Astray 


1405 


Astrictwe 


1406 


Astride 


1407 


Astringent 


1408 


Astrolabe 


1409 


Astrtdogy 


I4IO 


Astronomer 


I4II 


Astroscope 


I4I2 


Astrut 


I4I3 


Astute 


I4I4 


Astuteness 


I4IS 


Asunder 


I4I6 


Asylum 


X4I7 


Atabal 


I4I8 


Atacamite 


X4I9 


Atamasco 


1420 


Ataraxy 


143 1 


Atelier 


1433 


Atellan 


1423 


Atermoyer 


1424 


Atheism 


1425 


Atheistic 


1436 


Atheous 


1437 


Atherine 


1438 


Athirst 


1439 


Athlete 


1430 


Athletics 


I43« 


Atmosphere 


1432 


Atoms 


1433 


Atomical 


1434 


Atomize 


1435 


Atonement 


1436 


Atoning 


1437 


Atrocious 


i43« 


Atrocity 


1439 


Atrophy 


1440 


Attachable 


1441 


Attain 


1443 


Attainder 


1443 


Attar 


1444 


Attarder 


1445 


Atteler 


1446 


Attendant 


1447 


Attenuate 


1448 


Atterate 


1449 


Attestive 


1450 


Attical 



Angiift — continued, 

3ist day of August 

33nd day of August 

83rd day of August 

34th day of August 

35th day of August 

36th day of Augusi 

37 th day of August 

38th day of August 

39th day of August 

30th day of August 

31st day of August 
Aufhoritiet 

Authorities require 

Authorities of the port require 

If authorities recjuure it 

Do the authorities in your port (town) require 

Authorities do not require 

With the authorities 

Against the authorities 

Authorities refuse to interfere 

Authorities will suffer no interference 

Authorities have taken the matter up 

Authorities have stopped the building (the ) 

Aufhoiity. 

By what authority 

Send me (us) authority 

Authority will be required from 

Telegraph authority 

I (we) withdraw authority 

Authority not necessary 

I (we) will give you authority 

I (we) give you authority 

Have sent you authority 

Cannot give you authority 

Authority has been given (sent) to 

I (we) soil hold authority 

See that you have proper authority 

Authority arrived too late 

Authority is withdrawn 

Authority is not withdrawn 

You have no authority [(our) best 

Please telegraph me (us) full authority to do my 

I (we) give you authority to act as you think best 
AntunuL 

This Autumn 

last Autumn 

Next Autumn 

During the Autumn 
Average. 

What is the average 



30 



AVE - AVO 



CODeNO 

145 » 
1452 

1453 

1454 

1455 
1456 

1457 

1458 

»459 
1460 

1461 

1462 

1463 
1464 

1465 
1466 

1467 

1468 

1469 

1470 

1471 

1472 

1473 
1474 

1475 
1476 

1477 
1478 

1479 
1480 

1481 

1482 

1483 
1484 

1485 
i486 

1487 
1488 
1489 
1490 
1491 

1492 

1493 
1494 

M95 
1496 

1497 
1498 

1499 
1500 



Code Word 

Attire 

Attiring 

Attitude 

Attorney 

Attract 

Attractive 

Attrayant 

Attribute 

Attrition 

Atypic 

Auberge 

Auburn 

Auctionary 

Audacious 

Audible 

Audibility 

Audience 

Audit 

Auditory 

Auditress 

Augment 

Augustness 

Augurial 

Atdarian 

Aumonier 

Auntie 

Auricular 

Auriferous 

Aurist 

Auspice 

Auspicious 

Aussitot 

Austerre 

Austerity 

Austral 

Authentic 

Author 

Authoress 

Authorial 

Authorship 

Autocrasy 

Autocratic 

Autograph 

Automaton 

Autonomea 

Autonomy 

Autopsical 

Autopsy 

Autotype 

Atttrement 



Average — continued, 
Tht average is 
Below the average 
Above the average 
About the average 
General average 
Particular average 
In case of average 
Free of particular average 
Will there be a general average 
Will there be a particular average 
There will be a general average 
There will be a jparticular average 
Warranted free from particular average 
Warranted free from all average 
To pay average according to foreign adjustment 

AU diimi t» avvnce to b« Mitled ia Lmdon In contenUty with tlu^ ra^^ 

Average not yet collected cuoyd* 

Damage insufficient for an average 

Average to be made up at 

Average to be collected and settled in 
Average to be collected and settled in your port 

Average payable on eveiy packages 

Average payable on the whole or each as if 

Average Statement [separately insured 

Send me (us) average statement 
Have sent you average statement 
Who has the average statement 

Average statement sent to 

Get average statement made up immediately 
Average statement to be made up in 
Average statement to be made up in your port 

Average Bond. 
Send me (us) average bond 
Have sent you average bond 
Who has the average bond 

Average bond sent to 

Get out average bond immediately 
Get average bond made up immediately 
Average bond must be signed before goods are 
Average bond in course of signature [delivered 
Average bond not necessary 
Shall I ^we) sign average bond on your account 
Please sign average bond on my (our) account 
C^et average bond signed by the shippers 
Get average bond signed by the consignees 
Average bond has been drawn up for the shall 

Avoid. [I (we) sign on your account 

Tiy to avoid 

will endeavour to avoid 

You must avoid 



AVO— BAG 



31 



GodbNo 

1501 
1502 

1503 
1504 

1505 
1506 

1507 
1508 

1509 
1510 

1512 
1513 
1514 

1517 
1518 

1519 

1520 
1521 

1522 

1523 

1524 

1525 
1526 

1527 
1528 

1529 
1530 

1531 
1532 

1533 
^534 
153s 
«536 
1537 
'538 
1539 
1540 

1541 
1542 

1543 
1544 

1 545 
1546 

1547 
1548 

1549 
1550 



CODE Word 

Autumnal 

Auxiliar 

Availably 

Availment 

Avalaisan 

AviUanche 

Avaler 

Avant 

Avarice 

Avaricious 

Avauntance 

Avenger 

Avenue 

Averment 

Averseness 

AverHve 

Avertir 

Aviary 

Avidious 

Avidity 

Avocation 

Avoidance 

Avouch 

Avowant 

Avowtdly 

Avowing 

Awaken 

Awestruck 

Awfully 

Awfulness 

Awkward 

Awning 

Awry 

Axehead 

AxU 

Axletree 

Azalea 

Azimuth 

Azotate 

Aztecs 

Azure 

Azymous 

BABBLER 

Babbling 

Babe 

Babichon 

Babillage 

Babiole 

Babishly 

Baboso 



Avoid — continued. 

Avoid litigation 

Avoid settlement 

I (we) cannot avoid 

I (we) will avoid 

If you can avoid 

If you cannot avoid 

Do not avoid 

Avoid restowage if possible 

Avoid expense 

Avoid delay 

Avoid expense and delay 

Avoid difficulties 
Avoided. 

Can it be avoided 

Could not be avoided 

Cannot be avoided 

It could have been avoided 

This must be avoided in future 

Will be avoided in future 
Awarded. 

What amount has been awarded 

Have awarded 

Nothing awarded 
Away. 

Has (have) gone away 

Will get away 

Will get away as soon as possible 

Will get away to-day 

Will get away to-morrow 

Cannot get away to-day 

Cannot get away before 

Get away as soon as possible 

When do you expect to get away ' 

When do you expect to get it (them) away 

When was it (were they) sent away 

I (we) shall get away 

I (we) shall get it (them) away 

I (we) expect to get away 

I (we) expect to get it (diem) away 

Must get away this week 

Must get away on or before 

It was (they were) sent away 
BACK— (See Ship's Gear, &c) 

Has put back 

Has put back damaged 

Has put back disabled 

Has put back windbound 

Has put back in consequence of bad weather 

Has put back with loss of 

Has put back with loss of anchors 



32 

CodbNo 

55a 

553 
554 

555 
556 

557 

558 

559 
560 

561 

562 

563 
564 

565 
566 

567 
568 

569 
570 
57» 
572 

573 
574 

575 
576 

577 

573 

779 
[580 

581 
582 

583 

584 

585 
586 

587 
[588 

589 

590 

591 

59a 

593 

594 

595 

596 

597 

598 

599 
600 



Code Wokd 
Bahoan 
Babordais 
Babyism 
Babyhood 
BaccaUd 
Bachelor 
Bachique 
Backbite 
Backbone 
Backhouse 
Backslide 
Backstair 
Backward 
Baconian 
Bcu^e 
Badgeless 
Badigeon 
Bctdinage 
Baffler 
Bafouer 
Basaidle 
Bagman 
Bagpipe 
Bague 
Bahuiier 
Banner 
Bailiff 
Bailment 
Bairns 
Baiseman 
Baiser 
Bait 
Baiting 
Bakery 
Balafre 
Balancer 
Balandras 
Balane 
BalbuHer 
Balcony 
Baldachin 
Baldness 
Baleful 
Baievre 
Balister 
Balisage 
Balisiique 
Balk 
Ballad 
Balloon 



BAO— BAL 

Baek — continued. 

Has put back with loss of mdder 

Has put back with damage to rudder 

Has put back with loss of propeller 

Has put back with damage to propeller 

Has put back with loss of sails 

Has put back dismantled 

Has put back, machinery out of order 

Has put back leaky 

Back from 

Back from there 

Advise you to back out if possible 

Is (are) trying to back out 

Will back out if he (they) can 

Will back out if I (we) can 

Buyers holding back 

Sellers holding back 

Producers holding back 

Farmers holding back 
Bafffl.— (See Paduiges, &c) 

Cargo wiU be shipped in bags 

In bogs or bulk at captain's option 

In bags or bulk at charter^s option 

In bags 

Bags to be found by charterers 

Bags to be found by the vessel 
BaU. 

What is the amount of bail required 

Bail required for £ 

Accept bail tendered by 

Do not accept bail tendered by 

Please provide bail immediately 

Have given bail 

Cannot give bail 

Do not give bail 

I (we) will ^ve bail 

Will give bail if required 

Will not accept bail 

Will accept bail 
Balanoe(8.) 

What balance have you 

What balance will there be 

Please collect balance 

I (we) shall require all outstanding ba]ance(s) 

I (we) pass an order on you for the balance 

Please remit balance at my (our) credit 

Please give instructions to transfer to me (us) the 

Please transfer balance to [balance 

I (we) remit balance 

I (we) transfer balance over to -^ — 

I (we) cannot remit balance until 



BAL-BAN 



33 



COdbNo 

:6oi 
[602 
603 
1604 
605 
[606 
[607 
608 
:6o9 
;6io 
611 
[612 
613 
1614 

615 
:6i6 

617 

618 

619 

;620 

:62i 

[622 

623 

624 

625 

[626 

627 

628 

629 

630 

631 
632 

633 

634 

635 
636 

637 
638 

639 
1640 

[641 

^642 

643 
644 

64s 
646 

[647 

648 

649 

650 



CODB WOBD 

Ballot 

Balmy 

Balneary 

Balaurd 

Balsam 

Balsamiguc 

Balustrade 

Balzane 

Bambin 

Bamboche 

Bandage 

Bandagiste 

Bandbox 

Banderole 

Bandit 

Bandy 

Baneful 

Banging 

Banish 

Banishment 

Banking 

Banner 

Bannock 

Banquet 

Banquetting 

Bantam 

Banter 

Bantling 

Baptism 

Baptistry 

Baralipton 

Barb 

Barbarian 

Barbarity 

Barbaied 

Barbecue 

Barber 

BarbilUon 

Barbitier 

Barbotes 

Barcarolle 

Bardism 

Barely 

Barefoot 

Bareness 

BarUlet 

Barking 

Barmaid 

Barnabite 

Barnacle 



Balanoe — continued. 

There is a balance of 

Cannot collect balance 

No disposable balance 

A very small balance 

A favourable balance 

Balance at current exch^mge 

Balance at the exchange of < 
Ballast 

Is in ballast 

has tons ballast on board 

Despatched in ballast to your port (to ) 

Discharge ballast immediately 

Ballast is all out 

Can shift without ballast' 

Vessel can shift without ballast 

Shall I (we) send in ballast to 

Send (bring) home in ballast 

Send (bring) here in ballast 

Immediately ballast is out and ship ready to load 

Despatch in ballast failing cargo 

Despatch the in ballast immediately 

Sufficient ballast of heavy goods [charterers 

Ballast if required to be found and paid for by 

Ballast if required to be found and paid for by 

Take in ballast at once [owner 

Discharge ballast at once 

Ballast will be all out to-day 

BaUmI to be atone or iioiu end not Mod or mod or eajthlnf that niftjr be prv- 

judicial to the cargo 

Now taking m ballast 
Now discharging ballast 
Retain ballast on board 
Water ballast 
Sand ballast 
Stone ballast 
Iron ballast 
Bank. 
Can you arrange with the Bank 
If you can arrange with the Bank 
If you cannot arrange with the Bank 
I (we) can arrange with the Bank 
I (we) have arranged with the Bank 
I (we) cannot arrange with the Bank 
Please pay into the Bank 
I ^we) will pay into the Bank 
I (we) have paid into the Bank 
The sum of jQ — in gold sent into the Bank 
The sum of 2 — ^ silver sent into the Bank 
The sum of;^ — in gold and silver sent into the Bank 
The sum of ;^ — in gold withdrawn from the Bank 
The sum of ;^— in silver withdrawn from the Bank 

D 



34 



BAN-BEH 



CODBNo 
651 
652 

654 

6SS 

[656 

657 
658 

659 
660 

661 

[662 

:663 

[664 

665 

666 

667 

668 

669 

[670 

671 

[679 

673 

:674 

:67s 
676 

677 

[678 

679 

680 

681 

:68a 

683 

684 

685 

686 

[687 

;688 

689 

[690 

[691 

[692 

693 
694 

:69s 
696 

[697 

1698 

699 

700 



CODE WOKD 

SoTHord 

Barometer 

Baron 

Baronage 

Baronet 

Baronial 

Baroque 

Baroscope 

Barracks 

Barratter 

Barrenness 

Barricade 

Barrier 

Barrister 

Barruiet 

Bartery 

Barytone 

Basalt 

BcLsaltine 

Bascule 

Basement 

Baseness 

Bash 

Bashful 

BcLsUica 

Basils 

Bcuiiary 

Basilisk 

Basinet 

Basisolute 

Basket 

Bcuking 

Bassock 

Bastard 

Bastinado 

Bastion 

Batable 

BcUculan 

Batardeau 

Batelage 

BcUdess 

Batemeni 

Batful 

Bathing 

Batisseur 

Batonic 

BattcUion 

Battery 

Battish 

Battlement 



Bank — continued. 

The sum of ^^ — in gold and silver withdrawn from 

There is a run on the following Bank(s) [the Bank 
Bank rate -(See Cent) 

What is the present Bank rate 

How is the Bank rate likely to rule 

At Bank rate 

Below Bank rate 

Above Bank rate 

At Bank rate, not less than 5 per cent. 

At Bank rate, not less than per cent. 

Bank rate to-day is 

Bank rate expected to go up 

Bank rate expected to go down. 

No alteration in Bank rate 

Bank rate is maintained out of doors with a good 
Bankrupt [demand 

Is ^are> bankrupt 

Is (are) not bankrupt 

Is (are) reported bankrupt 

Charterer's) is (are) bankrupt 

Owner(s) is (are) bankrupt 
Bargain. 

I (we) can make a better bargain 

If you cannot make a better bargain 

Try to make a better bargain 

Make the best bargain possible 

Cannot make a better bargain 

I (we) think it a bargain 

It is no bargain 

A great bargain 
Barges. 

Employ barges 

Will employ barges 

Cannot employ barges 

If you can obtain barges 

If you cannot obtain barges 

Keep the goods in barKe(s) 

Do not put the goods in barge(s) 
Barratry. 

Barratry has been committed 

Insert barratry clause 
BatUe, [(At ) 

A great battle is (reported) now going on here 

A great battle is hoiu-ly expected 

A great battle, has taken place, reported as 

BehaSt [victorious 

On behalf of 

On behalf of the buyers 

On behalf of the sellers 

On behalf of parties resident abroad 



BEH— BET 



35 



OodbNo 

FOI 

Foa 

ro4 

ros 

ro6 

ro7 

ro8 

ro9 

;o 

I 

3 

3 
4 

5 
6 

7 
[8 

9 
20 

'21 
22 

23 
24 

25 
26 

27 

28 

29 

30 
31 
32 

^33 
34 
'35 
36 

^37 
'38 

39 
r4o 

r4i 

r42 

^43 
r44 
^45 

r46 

'47 
r48 
49 

SO 



Code Wobd 
Baudrier 
Baudruche 
Bavard 
Bavccher 
Bavold 
Bawling 
Baying 
Bazaar 
Beachy 
Beacon 
Beaconage 
Beadle 
BeadroU 
Beaker 
Beaming 
Beamless 
Bearable 
Bearded 
Beardless 
Bearer 
Bearish 
Beast 
Beaten 
BeatHles 
Beatify 
Beatitude 
Beau 
Beaucoup 
Beaufils 
Beauteous 
Beautiful 
Beauty 
Beaver 
Becalming 
Bechamd 
Beckon 
Becloud 
Becoming 
Bedaub 
Bedding 
Bedeck 
Bedew 
Bedizan 
Bedlam 
Bedlamite 
Bedmate 
BedoU 
Bedouin 
Bedrid 
Bedridden 



^lAait— continued. 
On behalf of the charterers 
On behalf of the owners 
On behalf of the shippers 
On behalf of the consignees (receivers) 
On behalf of all concerned 



Do not believe 

If you believe 

If you do not believe 

I ^we) believe 

I (we) cannot believe 

There is reason to believe 

There is no reason to believe 
Believed. 

The report is generally believed 

The report is not believed 
Berth. 

Get into berth immediately 

Is in berth and loading 

If is put' on the berth for loading 

The IS the only vessel on the berth'for 

The is the only vessel on the berth for your 

Cannot get a berth just yet [port 

Will have a berth to-morrow 

Will have a berth as soon as possible 

Will you take the risk of the berth 

To be loaded on the berth 

Opposition on the berth 

No opposition on the berth 

I (we) think she will do well on the berth 

Cannot recommend loading on the berth 

I (we) cannot take the risk of the berth 

I (we) will take the risk of the berth 
Best. 

What is the best you can do 

Best thing that could be done 

Do the best possible 

I (we) leave you to do what you consider best 

I (we) will do my (our) best 

It is the best that can be done 

If it is the best that can be done, better close 
Better. 

What had better be done 

You had better 

You had better not 

Is (are) there any better 

There is (are) no better 

It (thev) will be better 

Is (are) slightly better 

Very much better 
D 3 



36 



BET-BIL 



CudbNo 

175' 

1752 

1753 

1754 

175s 

1756 

1757 

1758 

1759 
1760 

1761 

1762 

1763 
1764 

1765 
1766 

1767 

1768 

1769 

1770 

1771 

1772 

1773 
1774 

1775 
1776 

1777 

1778 
1779 
1780 
178c 
1782 

1783 
1784 

178s 
1786 

1787 

1788 

1789 

1790 

I79I 

1792 

1793 
'794 

179s 
1796 

1797 

1798 

1799 

1800 



Code Wokd 
Bedside 
BedsUad 
Beechen 
Beefsteak 
Beehive 
Beemcth 
Beetle 
Befit 
Befitting 
Befriend 
Begayant 
Begetter 
Begetting 
Beggar 
Begging 
Beginner 
Begird 
Begone 
Begot 
Begotten 
Begrime 
Begrudge 
Beguile 
Behave 
Behaviour 
Behead 
Behest 
Behind 
Beholden 
Behoove 
Belabor 
Belated 
Belay 
Belch 
Beldamry 
Beleaguer 
Belfry 
Belgard 
Belgic 
Belief 
Believer 
Bellicose 
Belliger 
Belling 
Bellman 
Bellows 
Bellringer 
Belomancy 
Belonging 
Beloved 



Better — continued. 

Better keep back 

Better expedite 

Hope to do better 

If you can do better 

If you cannot do better 

can do better (than — ) 

cannot do better (than — ) 

I (we) can do better 

I (we) cannot do better (than — ^ 

I (we) cannot do better than you have done 

If nothing better 

Can you do better 
Between. 

Between you and 

Between you and me (us) 

Between this and 

Between the present and next month 

Between the present and next week 

Between F(avre and Hamburg both inclusive 

Between Brest and Hamburg both inclusive 

Between the present and next departure 

Between the present and next arrival 

Between the present and next sale 

Between wind and water 
Beware. 

Beware of 

Bill (s^ (See Negotiate). 

Shall I (we) present bill(s) on — 

Have you presented bill(8) on 

Do not present bill(s) on 

Have presented bill(s) on 

Retain the bill(s) 

Get holder(s) to retain the bill(s) 

Telegraph if the bill(s) is (are) accepted or not 

Has (have) the bill(s) been accepted 

The bill(s) has (have) been accepted 

The bill(s) has (have) not been accepted 

The bill(s) will not be accepted 

Bill(s) noted for non-acceptance 

Get bill(s) protested 

Bill(s) protested 

Do not protest bill(s) 

Get bill(s) renewed 

Will not renew the bill(s) 

Will you renew the bill(s) 

I (we^ will renew the bill(s]j for 

I (we) will not renew the bill(s) 

BilUs) noted for non-payment 

Bill(s) has (have) been paid [non-acceptance 

Your bill(s) on has (have) been protested for 



37 



CodbNo 

I80I 
1802 

1803 

1804 

1805 
1806 
1807 
1808 

1809 

I8IO 
I8II 

i8ia 

1813 

1814 

1815 

1816 

1817 

1818 

1819 

1820 

1821 

1822 

1823 

1824 

1825 

1826 

1827 

1828 

1829 

1830 

1831 

1832 

1833 

1834 

183s 
1836 

1837 
1838 

1839 
1840 

1841 

1842 

1843 
1844 

1845 
1846 

1847 

1848 

1849 

1850 

I 



Code Woxd 

Beltane 

Bdted 

Belvedere 

Benwl 

Bemoum 

Bencher 

BendabU 

Beneath 

Benedict 

Benedietai 

Benefactor 

Ben^ce 

Beneficent 

Beneficial 

Benevolent 

Benighted 

Benign 

Benignity 

Benison 

Befiitier 

Benoit 

Benumb 

Benzamide 

Benzoin 

Bequeathe 

Bercail 

Berceau 

Bereave 

Bereft 

Bergeret 

Berlue 

Bemardin 

Bemique 

Bemct 

Berried 

Berzelite 

Beseech 

Beseeching 

Beseeming 

Beshrew 

Besieger 

Besmear 

Besmoke 

Besoin 

Besotted 

Besought 

Bespatter 

Bestial 

Bestir 

Bestowal 



BIL 

Bill(8)— continued. 

Your bill(s) on has (have) been dishonoured 

BilUs) will go back unless you provide for it (them) 

Bill(s) has (have) been dishonoured 

Send the bill(s) to me (us) 

BilUs) to be on a first class London house 

Bill(s) should be on a banl ; 

Has (have) reflised to honor your bill(s) 

Shall I (we) accept bill(s) for honor of drawer 

Please protect my (our) bill(s) if acceptance is 

I (we) accept bill(s) for honor of drawer [refused 

Please accept bill(s) for honor of drawer 

Cannot meet bill(s) unless you remit 

Bill(s) falling due is (are) unprovided for 

I tm (in «e)nndiBg7oa UBpIsraniii to zctin bUld) 

I am (we are) quite unable to meet the bill(s) 

I am (we m) quite oneUe to aerirt yon to meet tlw UU(«) [date 

By approved bill payable in London at three months 

By approved bill pa}able in — at three months' date 

By approved bill payable in London at months' date 

By approved biU payable in at months' date 

Send bank post bill for £ 

Will owners accept captain's bill 

Is it safe for me (us) to take bill(s) upon 

Owners will accept captain's bill (up to — ) 

Owners will not accept captain's bill 

I (we^ think it safe to take bill(s) upon 

I I we) do not think it safe to take bill(s) upon 

I (we) can purchase good bill(s) on at — =— 

I (we) can sell good bill(s) on at 

Best bills are unsaleable at present 
Cannot obtain bill(s) here 
Bills to a large amount are offering here 
Bill(s) you send me (us) is (are) very doubtful 

Billfs) yo« wnd me (ut) ii lere) very doubtfUl, do not aeud any more of aame 

[kind 

Bill(s) you send me (us) is (are) first class 
Thebill(s) you send me (us) are perfectly worthless 
BUI of Health. 
All vessels arriving here must have bill of health 
Bill of health not necessary 
Arrived without bill of health 
Send me (us) bill of health of immediately 

Send me (oa) bill of health of — ^ Immediately, veajel arrived without il 

Bill of health sent by post 
Bill of health must be vis^d hy consul 
Clean bills of health are now issued here 
Suspected bills of health are now issued here 
Foul bills of health are now issued here 
Only foul bill of health will be granted 
Bm(i) of Lading. 

Please forward bills of lading 



38 



odbNo 


Code Woid 


1851 


Bestrewing 


1852 


Bestride 


'853 


Betemeni 


1854 


Betoken 


^^SS 


Betray 


1856 


Betraymesii 


1857 


Betroth 


1858 


BetHng 


i8S9 


Bevd 


i860 


Beverage 


i86x 


Bewail 


i86a 


Bewaiiing 


1863 


Beufilder 


1864 


Bewitching 


186s 


Beyond 


1866 


Biasness 


1867 


Bibacums 


1868 


Bibber 


1869 


Biberist 


1870 


Biblical 


1871 


Bibliolile 


1872 


Biaps 


1873 


Bichon 


1874 


Bicipital 


187s 


Bickering 


1876 


Bicome 


1877 


Bicuspid 


X878 


Bidding 


1879 


Biddy 


1880 


Bienfcut 


1881 


Biennial 


1882 


Bienseant 


1883 


Biefitot 


1884 


Bienvenue 


1885 


Biestings 


x886 


Biferous 


1887 


Bifold 


1888 


Biforaie 


1889 


Bifurcated 


1890 


Bifurcous 


189X 


Bigamist 


1892 


B^amy 


1893 


Bigler 


1894 


Bigness 


1895 


Bigoted 


1896 


Bijoutry 


1897 


Bilateral 


1898 


Bile 


1899 


Biliary 


1900 


Bilious 



BIL 



Bill(s) of lajaiig^-continued. 

Bills of lading forwarded by first post 
Bills of lading already forwarded 
Cannot forwwl bills of lading 

has arrived, no bill(s) of lading received 

bllUt) ot Udinf re ea l f t d. 8m owners 
[tboa to teklcnvh pomilariott lo ( 



8c« owners ( — ) and 
. to telokn^h pornilarioo lo oMvm oai] 

IMifiiy flopped iir bin of Iodine, tinrwi immtdislely 

*— hM (toT^ tikcropind oat to ddiror eu«> ptndlac onl««l of MllM«f 

«^ hM (h«fO) ItltiffOplMd oat to dtlhr«r «H|o without bmoo of lodlBK 

Who holds bill of lading 

BiU^s^ of lading not gone forward 

Bill(s) of lading in the hands of 

Refuse to sign bills of lading 

Refuse to deliver bill(s; of Uuling 

Refuse to accept bill(s) of lading 

Captain refuses to sign bills of lading 

Si^ bills of lading under protest 

Will only sign bills of lading under protest 

Will not sign bills of lading because 

Oviata to dgn B/L m imwju tod withoat pnjadioe to duuior pntr 

Bills of lading to be signed at any rate of freight 
Captain to sign B/L for weight as presented 

Bill oflodlat to hand Ibr —— not oadonod, pkut and dnplUmlc properly 

C«iiaon..d 

Have you received bill of lading 

Bill of lading for not received 

Bill of lading not to hand 
Bill of lading lost or mislaid 
Bills of lading and manifest not to hand 
As per bill of lading 

Send bill of lading immediately without fail 
Send duplicate bill of lading [of lading 

Have you any instructions with regard to bill(s) 
Bills of lading to be made out to onier 
Bills of lading to be made out as merchandise 
Make all bills of lading 
What is the date of bill(s) of lading 
Bill^s^ of lading dated 
Billm of lading to be dated 
Bill(s) of lading to be dated not later than 
Bill(s ) of lading accompanies(y^ documents 
Bill(S) of lading accompanies(y^ draft 
Bill(s) of lading accompanies(y) draft and policy 
Retam bill(s) of lading 
Will not deliver biU(s) of lading without 
Hand bilUs) of lading over to [to 

Hand bill(s) of lading and other documents over 
BiU of Sale. 

Send me (us) bill of Sale 
Bill of sale forwarded by first post 
Bill of sale already forwarded 
I (we) have bill of sale 



BIL-BOT 



39 



CodbNo 

1901 

[902 

903 
904 

90s 

906 

907 \ 
908 

909 

910 

911 

912 

913 
914 

9'5 
916 

917 

918 

919 

[920 

921 

922 

923 

924 

925 
926 

927 

928 

929 

93c 

931 

932 

933 

934 

93S 

936 

937 

938 

939 
940 

[941 

942 

943 
944 

945 
946 

947 
1948 

949 
950 



Code Woxd 

Bi/Jh'ng 

Billd 

Billiards 

Billion 

Billing 

Billowy 

Bilobaie 

Bimanoiis 

Binary 

Binding 

Binocular 

Binomial 

Biographer 

Biology 

Biparous 

Biped 

Birch 

Birchrod 

Birchen 

Birchivood 

Bird 

Birdcall 

Birdlime 

Birdseyc 

Birthday 

Birthright 

Biscotin 

Biscuit 

Bisection 

BiserrcUe 

Bishopric 

Bismuth 

Bisquain 

Bissextile 

Biston 

Bitemate 

Biting 

Bitless 

Bitterly 

Bitterness 

Bitumen 

Bituminous 

BivcUve 

Bivouac 

Bizarre 

Blabber 

Blackberry 

Blackbird 

Blackboy 

Blacky 



Bills of Svle^-continued 
Bill of sale not required 
Holds bill of sale 

Blockade. 

If blockade established 
Blockade established here (at 
Blockade continues here at ( 
Blockade ceased here (at 



) 



) 



) 



[port 



How long is the blockade likely to last at your 

How long is the blockade likely to last at ^— 

Blockade will probably cease shonly 

Blockade will probably cease about 

Blockade will not cease until 

In consequence of blockade must discharge at 

In consequence of blockade has discharged at 

Has (have) been captured in running the blockade 

Has (have) successfully run the blockade 
Beard. (See Aboard) 
Boiler.— (See Ship's Gear, &c.) 

Boiler requires repairs 

Starboard boiler burst 

Port boiler burst 

Has burst her boiler 

Get new boiler ready by time vessel arrives 

Boiler worn out 

New boiler required 

Has put in with boiler leaky ^ [a short time 

Has put in with boiler leaky, will only be detained 
Bond. 

In bond 

None in bond 

Insist upon having bond 

Avoid bond if possible 

Will bond be required 

Bond is required 

Bond is not required 

You must give bond 

Bond has been given 

I (we) will give bond 

Must give bond 

Will not give bond 
Bottom. 

Have bottom examined if possible 

Have examined the bottom ^ ^ [bottom here 

Have no facilities for examining or cleaning 

Can have bottom examined and cleaned here 

Can have bottom repaired here 

Has put in to examine the bottom 

Bottom requires cleaning and painting 

Has had bottom cleaned and painted 

Has a hole in the bottom 



40 



BOT -BOU 



CodbNo 

953 

9S3 
954 

955 
956 

957 

958 

959 
[960 

[961 

[962 

963 
964 

96s 
966 

967 

968 

969 

970 

971 

972 

973 
974 

975 
976 

977 
978 

1979 
980 

981 

[98a 

983 
984 

985 
986 

[987 
988 

989 
990 

1991 

1992 

993 
1994 

995 
996 

997 
998 

999 
2000 



CODB WOKD 

Blackjack 

Blackman 

Blackness 

Bladed 

Blameful 

Blammess 

Blanched 

Bland 

Blandish 

Blandness 

Blanket 

Blarney 

Blasonner 

Blaspheme 

Blastment 

Blatant 

Blattering 

Blazer 

Blazonry 

Bleachery 

Bleakness 

Bleared 

Bleating 

Blemish 

Blend 

Blending 

Blessed 

Blest 

Blew 

Blight 

Blindage 

Blindfold 

Blindly 

Blinkard 

Blissful 

Blister 

Blithely 

Blithsome 

Bloated 

Blobtale 

Block 

Blockhead 

Blomary 

Blond 

Blood 

Bloodless 

Bloodstone 

Blooming 

Blossom 

Blotchy 



BoWok^-^amtinued. 
The bottom is all right 

Defer cleaning bottom until next voyage if possible 
Get ship's bottom cleaned at once 
Qean and paint ship's bottom 

Too BUrt oiMuift if poiriUs to dWB the boMoM la Fov port 

Must have the bottom cleaned and painted 

Hft^ bottom dauad M ftr M poirikli wfailnUght. vilhoiu dodUv 

Must have the bottom cleaned before going to sea 
Mud bottom [again 

Sandy bottom 
Rocky bottom 
Bettomry (Bond.^ 
Requires an aavance on bottomry [vided 

Must have bottomry, if necessary funds not pro- 
Shall I (we) eodcAYOiir to obtain loan on bottomiy bond 

Xodoftfour to obtain loan oa bottoairr bend prlvatolf. If aoi wiiJuuwM 

Advertise for loan on bottomry bond [bond 
is advertising for a loan of on bottomry 

Xain(wooi«)oflB«dloanoBboctaaif7boBdX.«t rfwlll <v«) aaeevt It 

Accept the loan on bottomxy bond on tsnns mentioned 
Accept the loan on bottomiy bond not exceeding £ — at"— 

Cannot advance on bottomry 

Cannot obtain advance on bottomry [bond 

I ^we) open credit with to avoid bottomry 

Avoid bottomry bond if possible 

Hm (hsfo) oontxaotod bottanurr bond of <'— tooovorooitof rapiln 

Supply needful funds to avoid bottomry 
Bottomry bond not required 
Forward bottomry bond 
I (we) have bottomry bond 
Has (have) bottomry bond 
Warranted free from bottomry 
Warranted free from bottomry or mortgage 
Bought 

Have you bought 

At what price have vou bought 

How much (many) have you bought 

Have bought free on board 

Have bought cost and freight 

Have bought cost, freight, and insurance 

Have bought to arrive 

Have bought ex vessel off the coast 

Have bought ex ship 

Have bought ex quay 

Have bought for shipment 

Have bought for cash 

Have bought on samples 

Have bought on your account 

Have bought on account of — — ^ 

Have bought all I (we) could obtain 



BOn—BRO 



41 



CodbNo 
2001 
200a 
2003 
2004 
2005 
2006 
2007 
2008 
2009 
2010 
201 1 
2012 
2013 
2014 

aoi5 
2016 
2017 
2018 
2019 
20:^0 
2021 
2022 
2023 
2024 
2025 
2026 
2027 
2028 
2029 
2030 
2031 
2032 

2033 
2034 

2035 
2036 

2037 

2038 

2039 

2040 

2041 

2042 

ao43 
2044 

2045 
2046 

2047 

2048 

2049 

2050 



CODB WOBD 

Bletless 

Blotter 

Blower 

Bludgeon 

BluebeU 

Bluff 

Bluffhess 

Blundering 

Blunting 

Bluntness 

Blurting 

Blush 

Bluster 

Blutage 

Boarder 

Boorish 

Boaster 

Boastful 

Boating 

Bobance 

BobsaQ 

Bocage 

Bocarde^ 

Bocardo 

BodUand 

Bodice 

Bodiless 

Bodkin 

Bodleian 

Bog^ 

Bohemian 

Boiling 

Boiserie 

Boisson 

Boisterous 

Boite 

Bolden 

Boldness 

Boletic 

Bolster 

Bolting 

Bolus 

Bombance 

Bombard 

Bombastic 

Bomberie 

Bombiate 

Bombic 

Bonbon 

Bondage 



Bought — continued. 

Bought at your limit 

Bought at last prices 

Bought at last quotation 

If you have bought 

If you have not bought 

Has it (have they) l^en bought 

All bought in 

Was (were) bought in 

Cannot be bought 

Cannot be bought at your limit 

Cannot be bought now at any price 
Boxes.— (See Packages) 

The boxes were delivered in bad order 

The boxes were delivered in good order 

The boxes were delivered much broken 

No boxes to be obtained 
Breeie.— (See Wind.) 

Light breeze 

Fresh breeze 

Moderate breeze 

Strong breeze 
Broken. 

Is (are) broken down 

Is (are) partially broken down 

Reported broken down 

Will be broken up 

Supposed to be broken up 

Back appears to be broken 

Broken amidship 

Rudder broken 

Keel broken 

Back broken 

Crank shaft broken 

Main shaft broken 

High pressure piston rod broken 

Low pressure piston rod broken 

Propeller shaft broken 

Propeller blade(s) broken 

Has one of his arms broken 

Has both of his arms broken 

Has one of his legs broken 

Has both of his legs broken 
Broker(8). 

Who is (are^ the broker(s) 

The broker(s) cannot be found 

The broker(s) is (are ) 

Brokerage. — (see Commission, &c.) 

Brokerage divided in halves with you 

Brokerage divided in thirds with you 

Brokcrac* divided in tbirdi with you, two (u m« (u\ one to joq 



4« 



BRO— BUB 



CodbNo 

2051 
2052 

2053 
20S4 

2056 

2057 
2058 
2059 
2060 
2061 
2062 
2063 
2064 
2065 
2066 
2067 
2068 
2069 
2070 

207 T 
2072 
2073 
2074 
207s 
2076 
2077 
2078 
2079 
2080 
2081 
2082 
2083 
2084 
2085 
2086 
2087 
2088 
2089 
2090 

209 Z 

2092 
2093 
2094 
2095 
2096 
2097 
2098 
2099 
2100 

I 



Code Word 

Bimdmaid 

BondsMCUi 

Boneless 

Bonesei 

Bmfire 

Bmhiur 

Bonhomme 

Bonify 

Bonjour 

Bonnet 

Bonnimss 

Booby 

Bookcffver 

Bookworm 

Boorish 

Booted 

Booiikin 

Bootless 

Bootman 

Borable 

Boracous 

Bordage 

Borddais 

Border 

Bordering 

Boreal 

Borne 

Bomous 

Borough 

Borsella 

Bosom 

Bosquet 

Bossage 

Bosselage 

Botanical 

Botanist 

Botanology 

Bother 

Bottling 

Bottomless 

Boucage 

Boucht 

Boucherie 

Bouchon 

Boudoir 

Boudinage 

Bouffant 

Bougie 

BouHlant 

Boulanger 



BrokerBge^-'-'Continued. 

Bnkin«« dhridid te Ihiid* wtth y«N «M to Be (wX tvo to foa 

No brokerage can be allowed to you 

Charterers require share of brokerage 

Free of brokerage 

No brokerage can be allowed 

No brokerage can be allowed to charterers 

What brokerage b chargeable to ^— 

What is the rate of brokerage 

The brokerage is 

Five per cent brokerage due to me (us) 

brokerage due to me (us) 

Bronglit 
What has she brought 
She has brought 
She has not brought 
Wliich has (have) brought 



Who are the builders 

The builders are 

Builders unknown 

First class builders 

Not first class builders 
Building. 

Now building 

Just finished building 

Nearly finished building 

Expected to finish building 

Not yet commenced building 
Bullion— (See Bank, &c) 

Has only bullion on board for your port 

Has j£ buUion on board tor your por 

Has;^ bullion on board to your consignment 

No bullion operations to report 

Following bullion operations have taken place 
Bunkeri. 

Trimmed mto bunkers 

Not trimmed into bunkers 

Can be trimmed into bunkers 

Banker cool to be supplied by charterers or their agents 
Bunker ooal to be supplied by charterer(s) at current rate 
Bunkar aMltobenqipUed bydMitertn or tlieirairenta at fbrelga portof 

Bunker coal to be supplied by charterer(s) at 

Bunkers free [ pe? ten 

Burnt 
Is partly burnt down 
Is all burnt down 
Warehouse burnt down 
Burnt to the water's edge 
Has been burnt at sea 
Is reported burnt at sea 



BUR— BUS 



43 



COdbNo 

2IOI 
2I03 
2103 
2104 

a 105 
3106 
2107 
2108 
2109 
2110 
2111 

2II3 
2II3 
2114 
2115 
2II6 
2117 
2118 
2II9 
2120 
2I2I 
2133 
2133 
3124 
2125 
3126 
3127 
2128 
3129 
3130 
313I 
2133 

2134 

2136 

2137 
2138 

2«39 
2140 

2141 

2142 

2143 
2144 

2145 
2146 

2147 

2148 

2149 

2150 



CodbWobo 

Boulder 

BaiMte 

Boulevard 

Bounur 

Boundary 

Bounteous 

Bountiful 

Bounty 

Bouquets . 

Bourdon 

Bourgeois 

Bourse 

Boutique 

Bouverie 

Bouvillon 

Bovine 

BowabU 

Bowery 

Botving 

Bowler 

Boxer 

Boyhood 

Boyish 

Brabble 

Brace 

Bracelet 

Brachial 

Bracing 

Brackish 

Brag 

Braggart 

Bragless 

Brahmin 

Braiding 

Braillard 

Brainless 

Bramble 

Brancard 

Branch 

Branchage 

Branching 

BrandilUr 

Brandish 

Brandling 

Brandrith 

Brangiing 

Braquer 

Brassage 

Brassier 

Bravado 



Bvnt. 

Is (are) burst 

Reported burst 
BofiiiAtf. 

Can jrou do the business 

Do you think tiie business safe 

If you can do the business 

If you cannot do the business 

Can do the business 

Cannot do the business 

^— will do the business 
' Can probably do the business 

Consider the business safe 

Do not con^der the business safe 

You had better do the business 

You had better not do the business 

Rather than lose the business 

A laige business has been done 

A limited business has been done 

A moderate business has been done 

A speculative business is being- done 

Business is very lively 

Easiness is verjr dull 

Business is reviving 

Business at a standstill 

Try to do business with 

It may lead to business 

A thorough good business 

What business are you doing in 

What are the prospects of business 

Business effected being quite of a retail character 

Business continues very active 

Business continues very dull 

No business on account of holidays 

No business on account of weather 

No business on account of 

Owing to press of business 

A good business has been done at full rates 

Business is confined within very narrow limits 

Business is deplorably dull 

Chiefly from the want of business 

Leave the business as it is 

Leave the business in the hands of 

Leave the business in my (our) hands 

I (we) leave the business in your hands 

Telegraph him (them) direct if business 

Telegraph me (us) if business is done 

will bQ obUfed if you will mm It then la uf budneM in li 

There is every prospect of business 

I (we) sec veiy little prospect of business 



44 



BUS— BUY 



CodbNo 

2151 
215a 

2153 

2154 

2155 
2156 

2IS7 
2158 

2159 
2160 

2161 

2162 

2163 

2164 

2165 

2166 

2167 

2168 

2169 



I 

2 

'3 

'4 

5 
r6 

7 
8 



21 
21 
21 

31' 

21 

21 

21 

21 

21 

21 

2180 

8181 

2182 

2183 

2184 

218S 
2186 

2187 

2188 

2189 

2190 

219I 

2192 

2193 

2194 

2196 
2197 
2198 
2199 

2200 



Cods Wobd 

Bravemeni 

Bravery 

Brawler 

Brawnifuss 

Brawny 

Brayer 

Brazenfiess 

Breach 

Breaden 

Breakage 

Breakfast 

Breasted 

Breather 

Breathlas 

Brdfis 

Breeches 

Breeding 

Brdanaar 

Brethren 

Brevet 

Breviature 

Brevity 

Brewery 

Brewing 

Brewster 

Bribekss 

Bribery 

Brickbat 

Brickdust 

Brickkiln 

Brickie 

Brickman 

Brickivork 

Bridalty 

Bride 

Bridegroom 

Bridesmaid 

Bridewell 

Bridge 

Bridler 

Brief 

Briefless 

Brier 

Brigade 

Brigadier 

Brigandage 

BriglUness 

Bri^se 

Brilliant 

Brills 



Buiiiieis — continued 
Decline further business 
Please attend to the ship's business 

FlMM •ttnid to tlM ihip't budwew, •howiagthto m an wittioriijr to Um 

toaptala 

Ship's business to be attended to by— -^ 
Bujr.-:-(See Products, &c) 
Buy if possible 
Buy free on board 
Buy cost and freight 
Buy cost, freight and insurance 
Buy ex ship 
Buy ex quay 

Buy ex vessel off the coast 
Buy to arrive 
Do not buy 

Do not buy free on board 
Do not buy cost and freight 
Do not buy cost, freight and insurance 
Do not buy ex ship 
Do not buy ex quay 
Do not buy ex vessel off the coast 
Do not buy to arrive 
Can you buy 

Can you buy free on board 
Can you buy cost and freight 
Can you buy cost, freight and insurance 
Can you buy ex ship 
Can you buy ex quay 
Can you buy ex vessel off the coast 
Can you buy to arrive 
If you can buy 
If you can buy free on board 
If you can buy cost and freight 
If you can buy cost, freight and msurance 
If you can buy ex ship 
If you can buy ex quay 
If you can buy ex vessel off the coast 
If you can buy to arrive 
If you cannot buy 
If you cannot buy free on board 
If you cannot buy cost and freight 
If you cannot buy cost, freight and insurance ^ 
If you cannot buy ex ship 
If you cannot buy ex quay 
If you cannot buy ex vessel off the coast 
If you cannot buy to arrive 
I (we) can buy 
I (we^ can buy free on board 
I (we) can buy cost and freight 
I (we) can buy cost, freight and insurance 
I (we) can buy ex ship 







BUY 45 


CodbNo 


Code Word 


Buy — continued. 


220I 


Brimhaler 


I ^we) can buy ex quay 

I (we) can buy ex vessel oflf the coast 


3202 


Brimful 


2203 


BrimUss 


I (we) can buy to amve 
I (we) cannot buy 


2204 


Brimmifig 


2205 


BrindU 


I (we) cannot buy free on boaid 


2206 


Brinish 


I (we) cannot buy cost and freight 


2207 


Brifik 


I (we) cannot buy cost, freight and insurance 


2208 


Briqud 


I (we^ cannot buy ex ship 
I (we) cannot buy ex quay 


2209 


Brisemmt 


2210 


Briska 


I (we^ cannot buy ex vessel off the coast 


22II 


Briskness 


I ?we) cannot buy to arrive 
I (we) can only buy 


2212 


Bristled 


2213 


Briton 


I (we) cannot buy as you wish 


2214 


Broacher 


At what price can you buy 


2215 


Broadbmt 


You may buy small quantities if prices low 


2216 


Broadcast 


You may buy 


2217 


Broadhead 


Buy what you can 


32X8 


Broadish 


Can you buy any more at same price 


2219 


Broadly 


Buy cautiously and don't hurry 


2220 


Broadness 


Buy at any price immediately 


2221 


Broadrick 


Buy as much (many) as you can 


2222 


Broadside 


Buy just enough to keep the market up 


2223 


Broadstage 


Buy no more at present 


2224 


Broadway 


Buy on last terms or lower if possible 


2225 


Brocade 


Buy slowly 


2226 


Brocanter 


Buy quickly 


2227 


Brocart 


Buy on best terms possible 


2228 


Broccoli 


Buy if any improvement 


2229 


Brochure 


How much (many) shall I (we) buy 


2230 


Brodekin 


Can you buy at limit, if not at what price 


2231 


Brogan 


Recommend you to buy promptly 


2232 


Broggle 


Are you open to buy 


2233 


Broiled 


What can you buy 


2234 


Broiment 


I (we) can buy about 


2235 


Brokenly 


I ?we) can buy for cash 
I (we) can buy at 


2236 


Bromine 


2237 


Bronchitis 


I (we) can buy cheaper here 


2238 


Bronzing 


I am (we are) not open to buy 


2239 


Brooch 


Buy, ship, and forward 


2240 


Brood 


Buy, ship, and forward per steamer 


2241 


Brooklet 


Buy, ship, and forward per sailing vessel 


2242 


Broomstick 


Advise you to buy to arrive 


2243 


Brosserie 


I ^we) can buy more at same price 
I (we) cannot buy more at same price 


2244 


Brotherly 


2245 


Brougham 


Unable to buy more 


2246 


Browbeat 


Cannot buy at your limits (quotations) [possible 


2247 


Brownie 


Buy following as per your quotations, or less if 


2248 


Brownness 


Cancel my (our) order (s) to buy 


2249 


Browsing 


Buyers. 


2250 


BrucelU 


Buyers are more reserved 



46 

CodbNo 

2251 
2258 

2253 
2254 

2256 

2257 
2258 

2259 
2260 

2261 

2262 

2263 

2264 

2265 

2266 

2267 

2268 

2269 

2270 

2271 

2272 

2273 

2274 

227s 
2276 
2277 
2278 
2279 
2280 
2281 
2282 
2283 
2284 
2285 
2286 
2287 
3288 
2289 
2290 
3291 
2292 
3293 
3294 
229s 
2296 
2297 
2298 
2299 
2300 



CoDB Word 

Bfi^gnon 

Bruin 

Bruised 

Bruiting 

Brulable 

Bruiant 

Brulerie 

Brumair 

Brumal 

Brunette 

Brusher 

Brushware 

Brushwood 

Brusque 

Brutalism 

Bruteness 

Brutishly 

Bruyere 

Bryonia 

Bubble 

Bubbling 

Buaan 

Buccaneer 

Bucentaur 

Buckeye 

Buckram 

Buckskin 

Buckthorn 

Bucolic 

Buddhist 

Budding 

Budget 

Buffalo 

Buffer 

Buffeting 

Bujfoon 

Buffoonery 

CAB 

Cabaleur 

Cabalgador 

Cabalist 

Cabalistic 

Caballar 

Caballine 

Cabalmente 

Cabaluste 

Cabanero 

Cabaretier 

Cabasset 

Cabbage 



BUY—CAL 

Buyers are veiy shy 

Buyers are veiy scarce 

Buyers come forward freely 

Buyers are coming in from the interior 

Buyers are filled up 

Is (are) held above ideas of buyers 

B«ytrf an oroptnkm Ib vkvof lia»Yr npiiiili tlwt fttftlMr vrHtft wm ] 
* _. tto be eedcd at Iwer tvlH. 

lavMvof Itaitterraottptabelaf «KpaeltAlNii«nkolAbMk*tittl*,MA «• 

CnoloMi 



Refer your buyers to 

Caused buyers to hold back [ad 

Competition between* buyers caused prices to 
Buyers continue to pursue a cautious policy 
Baying. 
What are your terms for buying 
My (our) terms for buying are 
Wait my (our) fiiither bstructions before buying 
Sliall I (we) go on buying 
At what pnce (s) are you buying 
I am (we are) buying 
Are you buying 
You may commence buying 
You inay continue buying 
Continue buying steadily, trying to reduce prkes 
I am (we are) buying very cautiously 
Go on buying at about your prices 
Continue buying at any price 
Have ceased buying 
I am (we are) not buying at present 
Cease buying for the present 
There has been active bu3ring 
There has been very slow buying 
Is (are^ buying at 
Is (are) buying heavily to hold 
If no one else is buying for this marset 
If others are buying for this market 
By buying now great bargains may be secured 
See a prospect of buying 

CABnr. 

First cabin 

Second cabin 

Third cabin 

Steerage 

Reserve following cabm aocommodadon 

What cabin accommodation has the 

Retain cabin accommodation for 

Has no cabin accommodation 

All cabin accommodation is engaged 

All cabin acconrniodadon b at your disposal 

Cabin smashed in 



4 



CodbNoI Copb Wobd 



230' 


CMectra 


2303 


CahedUa 


2303 


Cabestrar 


2304 


Cabillaud 


2305 


Cabind 


2306 


Cabman 


2307 


Caboche 


2303 


Cabotage 


2309 


Cabriole 


2310 


Cabrank 


23II 


Cabrero 


2312 


Cabriokur 


2313 


Cabstand 


2314 


Cachalot 


2315 


Cachcmro 


2316 


Cachet 


*3«7 


Cacholang 


2318 


Cachunde 


2319 


Cackler 


2320 


Cacklings 


2321 


Cacoethes 


2322 


Cacography 


2323 


Ccuqphonie 


2324 


Cactaceous 


2325 


Cactus 


2326 


Cacuminaie 


2327 


Cadalso 


2328 


Cadastral 


2329 


Cadaver 


2330 


Cadaverous 


2331 


CadbaU 


2332 


Caddies 


2333 


Caddy 


2334 


Cadeau 


2335 


Cadence 


2336 


Cadeneta 


2337 


Cadenette 


2338 


Cadet 


2339 


Cadftsh^ 


2340 


CiMdger 


2341 


Cadillac 


2342 


Cadmean 


2343 


Cadranier 


2344 


Cadrature 


2345 


Caducanie 


2346 


Caducity 


2347 


Caducous 


2348 


Cafard 


2349 


Cafarderie 


2350 


Cafardise 



OAL-OAN 

Must be calked immediately 
Must be laid up to be calked 
Must be calked upon arrival 
Requires to be calked 

CalL 

CaQ for letters post office ( ") 

Call upon (at ) 

I (we> will call upon (at — ) 

I (we) cannot call upon (at ) 

Make another call 

Cannot make another call 

It is intended to make a further call 

No further call will be made 

Called. 

Bm OittfD «illtd al pott oOw (— .) ao tetUKti wrivid 
BvChAvDoiUtdatpoitoflotC — )Midobtaiaeil ictterd) 

^^ has called oflf here 
has not called o£f here 
has called off 



47 



has not called off 



called off here embarked mails and proceeded 

— — called off here^ embarked paftiengen and prueeeded 
>— called off hare, embarked maila and paseeogers and pro- 
. called off here, landed maila and proceeded [ceeded 
— called off here^landed paasengem and proceeded [ceeded 
»— called off here, landed maila and passengers and pro- 
Have you (has ) called upon (at ) 

Why have you (has ) not allied upon (at ) 

I (we) have called upon (at ) 



I (we) have not called upon (at 
Can. 

Can I (we) 

Can you 

Can he (they) 

1 (we) can 

You can 

He (they) can 

I (we) cannot 

You cannot 

He (thev) cannot 

If I (we) can 

If vou can 

If he (they) can 

If I (we) cannot 

If vou cannot 

If he (they) cannot 
Cancel 

Buvers to have the option to cancel 

Sellers to have the option to cancel 

On what terms can you cancel 



-) because 



48 



OAN 



CodbNo Codb Word 



2351 
2352 

^353 
2354 

2355 
2356 

2357 

2358 

2359 
2360 

2361 

2362 

2363 

2364 

2365 
2366 

2367 

236S 

2369 

2370 

2371 

237a 

2373 

2374 

2375 
2376 

2377 

2378 

2379 
2380 

2381 

2382 

2383 

2384 

2385 
2386 

2387 
23S8 

2389 

2390 

2391 

2392 

2393 
2394 

2395 
2396 

2397 
2398 

2399 
2400 



Caffre 

Caftan 

Cagmag 

Cagnard 

CailUtte 

Cairns 

C<iimgprM 

Caissons 

Caitiff 

Cajole 

Cajolement 

Cajolery 

CakebreaU 

Calabash 

Calafetin 

Calagosio 

Calabrian 

Calaharra 

Calamary 

Calambour 

Calamine 

Calamitous 

Calamity 

Calavera 

Calcareous 

Calciform 

Calcinated 

Calcific 

Calcining 

Calcitrate 

Caluton 

Calcium 

Calculable 

Calcule 

Calculus 

Caldaria 

CaJdercuUs 

Caldosito 

Caldron 

Caiducho 

Calendar 

CcUendular 

Calenture 

Calepino 

Calesunce 

Calfat 

Ccdfatage 

Caliber 

Calibita 

CcUicoe 



CSaaod —continued. 
On what terms can you cancel charter party 
On what terms can you cancel the contxact(s) 
If you can cancel [(order(s)) 

If you cannot cancel 
I ^we) can cancel 

I ( we) can cancel the charter parhr for 
I (we) can cancel the contract(s) (order(s)) for 
I ( we) cannot cancel 
I ^we) cannot cancel the charter party of 
I (we) cannot cancel the contract[s) (order(s} of 
You may cancel the charter par^ 
You may cancel the contract(s) (order(s)) 
Cancel die charter party best terms possible 
Cancel the contract(s) (order(s))best terms possible 
Cancel the charter paity inunediately 
Cancel the contract(s) (order(s)) immediately 
Cancel all contracts (oiders) for the present (until 
I(we)musthavetheoptiontocancel [further advice) 
You can have the option to cancel 
You cannot have the option to cancel 
Charterers to have the option to cancel 
Shipowners to have the option to cancel 
Charterers can have the option to cancel 
Shipowners can have the option to cancel 
Charterers cannot have the option to cancel 
Shipowners cannot have the option to cancel 

Chart«rtn ImtIiic the optioa to eaaeel charter pwtj If ihlp not ready to lead 

'on or bdbn 
Shlpowntrf hftviag Am option to emMl diartar puftr if goodi not ready to 
_ Cloed on or before 

Charteren havliig thf option to ouieal upon rf rlns written notlee to the 

itnabefbr 



[oimen mont 



>re intended expintion 



Shlpowaart having the optkn to oeneel upon sivimr vritten notiee to the 

Ceharteivn — montSi benire Intended ezplraClun 

Cancel the insurance 
I (we) can only cancel half the insurance 
I (we) cannot cancel the insurance 
I ( we) can cancel the insurance if you wish it 
I (we) can cancel the charter party if you wish it 
I (we) can cancel the contract(s) (order(s)) if you 
Cancel my ^our) telegram of [wish it 

Cancel my (our) letter of 
Cancel my (our) order(s) of 
Cancel my (our) instructions of 
Cancel the last order 
Cannot cancel the telegram of 
Cannot cancel the letter of 
Cannot cancel the last orders of 
Instructions to cancel came to hand too late 
Threaten to cancel the charter party 
Give notice to cancel the charter party 
I (we) hereby cancel the charter party 
Do not cancel 
Cancelled. 



CAN— CAP 



49 



CODSNO CODB WOBD 



2401 
2402 

2403 
2404 

2405 
2406 

2407 

2408 

2409 

2410 

241 1 

2412 

2413 
2414 

2415 
2416 

2417 

84i3 

2419 
2420 

2421 

2422 

2423 
2424 

2425 
2426 

2427 
2728 

2429 
2430 
2431 
2432 
2433 
2434 
2435 
2436 
3437 

2438 
2439 
2440 
2441 
2442 
2443 
2444 

2445 
2446 

2447 
2448 
2449 

2450 



Calidity 

CalienU 

CaUgatum 

CcUigraphy 

CaHpedes 

Caliph 

Callbdl 

CaUbird 

CaUboy 

CaUcard 

Callosity 

Callous 

Callipers 

Calmly 

Calmness 

Calocha 

Calomd 

Caloric 

Calosoma 

Cahtype 

Calquer 

Caltrops 

Calumet 

Calumniate 

Calumny 

Cahanism 

Calvanize 

Cahario 

Calvary 

Calvert 

Calvish 

Calvitie 

Calydne 

Calyx 

Camandula 

Camarade 

Cambist 

Cancel 

Cambrian 

Cambric 

Cambrillon 

Cambronal 

Cambrure 

Cambusier 

Camellia 

Camelot 

Ceunera 

Cameraiton 

Camisado 

Camot^et 



Csjioellei—eontinfded. 
Have you cancelled 
Have buyers cancelled 
Have sellers cancelled 
Have charterers cancelled 
Have shipowners cancelled 

Has Hiave) cancelled 

I (we) have cancelled 

I (we; have not cancelled 

Buyers have cancelled 

Buyers have not cancelled 

Sellers have cancelled 

Sellers have not cancelled 

Charterers have cancelled the charter party of 

Charterers have not cancelled the charter party of 

ShlpowMn hftve auieeUed the eharter vmrtj of 
SUiwinMn hftTD not ouioeltod the eharter party of 
Hatd eaacelled the eoatnet (■) order (•) of — (for) 
Have not cancelled the contract (s) order (s) of (for) 

Have cancelled all contract (s) order (s) until Airthier advice 

Have cancelled the insurance 
Have cancelled the telegram of 
Have cancelled the letter of 

has ^have) cancelled 

has (have) not cancelled 

Is (are) now cancelled 
Will be cancelled 
Cannot be cancelled 
Must be cancelled 
All instructions now cancelled 
Oaptain. 

Captain has left the 

Captain not to be found [come here immediately 

Captain of to close accounts with you and 

Captain of to close his accounts and go 

Send captain of here immediately 

Captain is unwell and remains on shore 

Captain is very ill 

Captain is dead 

Captain is dead, mate has charge of the ship 

Captain refuses to go to sea 

Captain has not received any instructions 

Please instruct (advise) captain 

Captain has received instructions [the owners 

Captain to be appointed by charterers and paid by 

Captain to be appointed by the owners and paid by charterer! 

Captain to be appointed and paid by charterers 

Captain remains by the vessel 

Captain lost overboard 

Send fresh captain immediately 

I (we) send fresh captain for 

E 



so 



OAP-OAR 



CodeNo Code Woid 



2451 

2452 

2453 

24S4 

2455 
«456 

2457 
2458 

2459 
2460 

2461 

2462 

2463 

2464 

2465 
2466 

2467 

2468 

2469 

2470 

2471 

2472 

2473 

2474 

2475 
2476 

2477 
2478 

2479 
2480 

2481 

2482 

2483 
2484 

2485 

2486 

2487 
2488 
2489 
2490 
2491 
2492 
2493 
2494 

2495 
2496 

2497 
2498 

2499 
2500 



Camously 

Campagnard 

Campaign 

Campaigners 

Campanula 

Campichy 

Campement 

Campesino 

Campestral 

Camphorate 

Camping 

Campstool 

Canaille 

Canakin 

Canalita 

Canardeau 

Canaries 

Canary 

CanceUate 

Cancer 

Canceratid 

Cancerous 

Cancroma 

Cancriform 

Cancrine 

Cancrinite 

Candelabra 

Candela 

Candicani 

Candid 

Candidate 

Candidness 

Candlemas 

Candlewick 

Candock 

Candonga 

Ccmdour 

Candy 

Candytuft 

Canebrake 

Caneficier 

Canephore 

Canescent 

Cangilon 

Canicular 

Canine 

Cardster 

Cantvtau 

Canker 

Cankerbit 



^iiKj^i^'-^continued. 

Send InMnicdoBi about appc i a ti aent of captain Si>-»^«KpH y 

I (we) leave you to appoint a captain 
The mate to act as captain, if competent 

Apininttheducfoaoerof— as captain nf the 

The captain has authority to fix as he thinks best 

The captain has full authority to 

The present captain can go as mate 

Captain to note protest 

Captain to extend protest 

Take captain's depositions 

Send copy of captain's protest 

Send copy of captain's depositions 
CarefiiL 

You must be very careful 

You must be very careful in dealing with 

You must be very careful in selecting 

You must be very careful whom you appoint 

Be careful that you are not deceived in (by) 

I (we) will be very careful 
Cai^. 

What caigo have you for 

Can you secure cargo for and what quantity 

Can 70a nevre earcofcr ft«ai your port, il m. pIcMe itate the ralca of 

fraicm, qaaatity and deMulptigo, prababia date of oepartnra, and porti of 

Can jon fljc antnm oargo 

How much cargo do you expect 
Large quantity of catgo ready 
No caigo ready 
No cargo can be found for 

No earfo here shall I (we) aend (take) reaMl to 



No cargo for any other port 

Great ■oardty ofoano Ibr all porta, pleaae telefraph what I Mn («• aia) ta 

tdo vith 

I (we) can get full cargo to 

I («a) oaa giTa the Tiaaol tone of — rate of Might — probaMa data of 



departure — pprtQ of dwtinaHen 

Have secured part cargo about tons 

Have iaenred part eargo and ezpeet to obtain the required qnaatitr 

Cargo is accumulating 
Cargo is become plentiful (offering freely) 
Cargo will be principally dead weight 
Cargo will be principally measurement goods 
Sufficient to make full cargo 

A All! and complete eargo of — and or other lawftU merdwadiia 

Very little cargo offering 

Quantity of cargo insufficient 

Suggest completing cargo with 

If you cannot find sufficient cargo 

If you cannot find sufficient cargo fill up with 

If no nore eargo ftrthoomlng to leave with what ahe hea 

Cargo to be brought to and taken firom alongside 
Cargo to be put on board and delivered 
Cargo to be ready for shipment by 



OAR 



51 



GoDsNo 

2501 
2502 

2503 
2504 

^505 
2506 

2507 
2508 
2509 
2510 
2511 
2512 

«5«3 

«5i4 

2516 

2518 

2519 

2520 

2521 
2522 

2523 
2524 

2525 

2526 

2527 

2529 

2530 
2531 
2532 

^533 

2534 

2535 

2536 

2537 

2538 

2539 

2540 
2541 

2542 

2543 
2544 
2545 
2546 
2547 
2548 
2549 
2550 



Cods Word 

Cank^rwarm 

CanfiMne 

Canmherge 

Caftndure 

CannetUU 

Cannibal 

Cannon 

Cannonade 

Canoe 

Canoness 

Canonical 

Canonize 

Canonship 

Canopied 

Cansado 

Cantab 

Cantabrian 

Cantalite 

Cantaloup 

CMiiata 

Cantation 

Cantatory 

Canlatrice 

Canteen 

Cantering 

Cantide 

Cantilene 

Cantinero 

Canilet 

Cantonada 

Cantonment 

Canvasser 

Canzonet 

Capability 

Capacete 

Capadfy 

Capachero 

Capacious 

Capacitate 

Caparison 

Capellet 

Caper 

Capering 

Caperuza 

Capillaire 

Capillary 

Capillose 

CapUotade 

Capital 

Capitalist 



Cwf^^coniinued. 
Cargo to be rafted at the expense of the ship 

Cm|o Id b« nAad at tiM «ip«&M of the ehartnen (rfUivtrrt 

Ship to be ready to receive caigo by 

OKBOtobtiUppidKktlMmtoofKkleaft tout ptr Air 

Ou«BtobtdlKhM«ed«tthaniteof«tlCMt — toiup«4iy 

Get cargo ready to avoid delay 

Secure cargo for 

Secure mineral or weight cargo 

Try to obtain sufficient cargo without 

Seeore all earfo poatlde (In — ) uA dkpttob (iwooeed) to 

Take cargo for 

Do not take caigo for 

What is the nature of the cargo 

Caigo consists of 

If a suitable cargo 

The cargo is not at all suitable 

More cargo than I (we) can take 

Can take another similar cargo 

Can ship another similar caigo 

Including a deck cargo 

Exclusive of deck cargo 

For the entire cargo 

■tht out mxa/t be tak«n tat eorapMe vantlkUon of Um eei|o 

Captain refuses to load the cargo 
Captain refuses to discharge the cargo 
Charterers refuse to load me cargo 
Charterers refuse to dischaige the cargo 
Refuse to accept the caigo 
Do not part with the cargo 
Will not part with the cargo 
Full cargo 
Very fine cargo 
Very poor cargo 
All other cargo 
Top of cargo 
Middle of caigo 
Bottom of cargo 
Cargo on board 
Caigo on board for that port 
Cargo delivered in good condition 
Cargo delivered in bad condition 
Cargo delivered in heated condition 
Cargo in good condition 
Caigo in bad condition 
Cargo in heated condition 
Cargo shifted 

Cargo shifted and must restow 
Must restow cargo 
Must discharge cargo 
Cargo entirely lost 
£ 2 



CodbNo 

^SS^ 

2552 

«553 

2554 

2555 

2556 

2557 

2558 

2559 
2560 

2561 

2562 

2563 
2564 

2565 
2566 

2567 

2568 

2569 

2570 
2571 
2572 

2573 
2574 

2575 
2576 

2577 

2578 

2579 
2580 

3581 

2582 

2583 
2584 

2585 
2586 

2587 
2588 

2589 
2590 
2591 
2592 

2593 
2594 

2595 
2596 

2597 
2598 

2599 
2600 



Code Wobd 

Capitation 

Capitulate 

Capoch 

Capolado 

Capon 

Caponite 

Capote 

Cappadine 

Capper 

Capreolus 

Caprice 

Capricious 

Caprtcom 

Caprizant 

Capsario 

Capsicum 

Capsular 

Capsulated 

Captious 

Captivate 

Captivity 

Capuchin 

Capulet 

Carabineer 

Caracole 

Caracoling 

Caracouler 

Carambola 

Carantona 

Caravan 

Carbine 

Carbonada 

Carbonic 

Carbonized 

Carbuncle 

Carcass 

Carcelage 

Cardnome 

Cardboard 

Carddina 

Cardinal 

Carding 

Carditis 

Cardtable 

Career 

Carefully 

Carelessly 

Caressing 

Carenage 

Carestia 



OAR 

^vcm^^continued. 
Caigo expected to be saved 

If Iglit WW grwter poctlon of earfo if itaMMi* and listen Kst 1 

WUI be able to save part of cargo at low water 

Eflforts are being made to save the cargo 

If weather proves fine, cargo may be saved 

Part of cargo will be saved 

Cai^go paitly saved 

Cargo still on board 

Dedc cargo all lost 

Deck cargo partly lost 

Cargo not likely to be recovered 

Cargo is washing out of her 

Cai^o is washing ashore 

Cwco will be imiMdiatoljr MBt on to dMtliMtioii 

It !■ not known ftt praent whcthor oufo irtll hmo to be dlKhuilA 

All the cargo will have to be landed 

Cargo will be reshipped 

Cargo is being reshipped 

Cargo is reshipped 

Shall I (we) store or sell the cai^ 

Will owners of cargo sell or warehouse 

Store the cargo 

Sell the cai^o 

Sell the damaged portion of the caigo 

Bell the demaced portion of the oeifo end proeeed with the rcnnJnder 

Look out for another vessel to take on the cargo 

Coi|o to be dliduuTBed et neereit mSt evmiublc port 

Cerfo to be dlaeharsed et newest Mfb nfniUble port ftw chnHeren' (Alppcnr 

[aeeonnt 

Land cargo for 

Land cargo for at 

Tranship the cargo for 

Will tranship cargo for 
Will tranship cargo for 



at 



Caigo will be discharged here 
Apply for cargo to 

The fbliowlnc TeaeKa) haa (have) applied to me Cu) fcreerfeon yonri 
and are Infbrmed that 70a have ohartered her (them) fi>r carto(ei) 1 noehartir 
Carri&ff 6 \S»**^ ^ hand p lea w wire tautraetteoi 

Land carriage 

Water carriage 
Carried. 

Is (are^ carried away 

Is (are) reported carried away 

Can be carried out 

Cannot be carried out 

Carried off 
Carrr. 

What will the cany 

Is guaranteed to carry 

Is expected to cany 

Will cany about tons d/w 



OAR-OAT 



53 



CodbNo 

2601 
2602 
2603 
2604 
2605 
2606 
2607 

2608 

2609 
2670 
2611 
2613 

2613 

2614 
2615 
2616 
2617 

2618 

2619 
2620 
2621 
2622 
2623 
2624 
2625 
2626 
2627 
2628 

2629 
2630 

2631 

2632 

2633 

2634 
2635 

2636 

2637 
2638 
2639 

2640 
2641 
2642 

2643 
2644 

264s 

2646 

2647 

2648 
2649 
2650 



CoDB Word 

Careworn 

CarUnm 

Caricahtre 

Cariams 

Caries 

Carilargq 

Carlatuon 

Carillon 

CarioU 

Caricpsis 

Caristade 

Carking 

Carlingue 

Carlish 

Carman 

Carmine 

Carney 

Carnage 

Carnation 

Carnival 

Camivora 

Carnosify 

Carol 

Carolling 

Carolytic 

Carotid 

Carousal 

Carousing 

Camassier 

Carpel 

Carpentry 

Ciupeting 

Carpillon 

Carping 

Carpingly 

Carpintero 

Carpolite 

Carpology 

Carraspada 

Carrion 

Carronade 

Carraway 

Carrows 

Cartabon 

Cartel 

Carterage 

Cartilage 

Cartload 

Cartoon 

Cartouch 



Carry — continued. 
Cannot carry the quantity stated 
Carry on deck 
Carry under hatches 

Is considered a case of no importance 

Is considered a very serious case 

Is considered a hopeless case 

In which case 

In any case 

In no case 

In such a case 

It is not the case 

Entirely alters the case 

Only an ordinary case 

Cash on delivery 

Nett cash 

Cash equal thereto 

Cash in exchange for documents 

Cash in exchange for bill of lading 

Cash in one month 

Cash in two months • 

Cash in three months 

Cash in four months 

Cash in five months 

Cash in six months 

Cash in months 

Cash less 2^ per cent 
Cash less 5 per cent 

Cash less per cent. 

One-third cash at port of loading [loading 

Sufficient cash for ship's disbursement at port of 
Freight to be paid in cash 
Half in cash [London 

Half in cash, remainder by good approved bill on 

Half in cadi, ranwinder bgr good •pprored MUon — «i ._. BMmUu* dale 

In cash at current rate of exchange 
Cash for ship's use 
Must have cash 
Have obtained cash 
Cannot obtain cash 
To be considered as cash advanced 
To be considered as cash advanced and inserted 
No cash to be advanced [in bills ol lading 

I am (we are) very short of cash 
I am (we are) entirely out of cash 
Depositing cash in the hands of 
Cattle. 
No cattle to be obtained 
Cattle on board 



54 



OAT— OEN 



CodbNo 

2651 

2652 

2653 

2654 

265s 
2656 

2657 

2658 

2659 

2660 

2661 

2662 

2663 

2664 

2665 

2666 

2667 

2668 

2669 

2670 

2671 

2672 

2673 

2674 
2675 
2676 
2677 
2678 
2679 
2680 
2681 
2682 
2683 
2684 

268s 

2686 

2687 

2688 

2689 

2690 

269Z 

2692 

2693 

2694 

2695 

2696 

2697" 

2698 

2699 

2700 



CODB WOBD 

Cartrut 

Cartulary 

Cartway 

Cariwr^ht 

Carrrfaur 

Cartottfu^ 

Caruncula 

Carvel 

Carvemeni 

Carving 

Caryatid 

Casadero 

Casamuro 

Cascabel 

Cascade 

Cascarda 

Cashbox 

Casemate 

Casement 

Casemer 

Caseworm 

Cashier 

Ceuimbas 

Cashmere 

Casino 

Cashd 

Casque 

Cassate 

Cassation 

Casserole 

Cassideous 

Cassock 

Castamente 

Castanets 

Castellan 

Ccuter 

Castrate 

Cast^ator 

Castrd 

Castud 

Casuistry 

Catacaldo 

Catacomb 

Cataclystii 

Catadrome 

Catadupe 

CatafcUque 

Catagniatic 

Catagraph 

Catalan 



OfttQe — continued. 

Cattle to remain on board 

Cattle to remain on shore 

Cattle must be landed immediately [tion 

Catde must not be removed without ofikial inspec- 

Cattle must be killed immediately 

Cattle not allowed to be removed 

Cattle landed, all in good order [forward 

All catde that can stand the voyage to be sent 
Cause. 

Or any other cause 

Or any other cause beyond his (their) control 

Arising finom any cause beyond my (our) control 

Arising from any cause 

What IS the cause 

What is the cause of the 

Cause unknown 
Caution. 

Act with great caution 

I am (we are) acting with great caution 

Have acted with caution 

I (we) will act with caution 

Will act with caution 
Cease. 

Cease chartering for the present 

Cease buying for the present 

Cease selling for the present 

Cease forwaurding for the present 

Cease delivering for the present 
Ceased. 

Have ceased chartering 

Have ceased buying 

Have ceased selling 

Have ceased forwairding 

Have ceased delivering 
Cent.--(See Numbers). 

Quarter per cent 

Half per cent. 

Three-quarters per cent 

One per cent 

One-and*a-quarter per cent 

One and-a-half per cent 

Two per cent. 

Two-and*a-half per cent 

Three per cent 

Four per cent 

Five per cent 

Six per cent. 

Seven per cent 

Eight per cent 

Nine per cent 



OEN-OER 



55 



COdbNo 

2701 

2702 
2703 
2704 
2705 
2706 
2707 
2708 
2709 
2710 
2711 
2712 

2713 
2714 

27^5 
2716 

2717 

2718 

2719 

2720 

2721 

2722 

2723 

2724 

2725 
2726 

2727 
2728 

2729 
2730 

2731 
2732 
2733 
2734 

2735 
2736 

2737 

2738 

2739 
2740 

2741 
2742 

2743 

2744 

2745 
2746 

2747 
2748 

2749 
2750 



CODB WOBD 

Cataiedes 

CataUpsis 

Cdi4ticgiu 

Catahifa 

Catctmaran 

Catamount 

Cataplasm 

Catapult 

Cataract 

Catarrh 

Catcall 

CatchabU 

Catcher 

Catechism 

Catechiu 

Category 

Catenation 

Cater 

Catering 

Catgut 

Cathartist 

Cathartine 

Cathedral 

Catholic 

Catling 

Catiinite 

Catopric 

Catsmeat 

Caudated 

Caudicule 

Caudle 

Caulescent 

Cauline 

Caulker 

Causation 

Causeable 

Causeless 

Causeway 

Caustical 

Cauterise 

Cautionary 

Cavadura 

Cavalcade 

Cavalier 

Cavalry 

Cavate 

Cavcttion 

Cavemilla 

Cavernous 

Caves 



Cent — continued. 
Ten per cent 
percent 

Certain. 
Are you certain 
It is not certain 
If you are certain 
If you are not certain 
I am ^we are^ not certain 
I am (we are) quite certain 
You must be certain 
I am (we are) now quite certain 

Certiftoate. 

Send soon as possible certificate (of ) 

Send me (us) certificate of discharge 
Will you require certificate 
Will you require certificate of discharge 
Have sent certificate of discharge 

I ^wej send certificate of by post 

I (we) cannot obtain certificate of 

Certificate is quite useless 
Certificate is quite useless for proposed purpose 
Will do better without certificate [out it 

Certificate is quite useless, you will do better with- 

Has Board of Trade certificate for passengers 

Has not a Board of Trade certificate for passengers 
Share certificate(s) will be sent you as soon as ready 
Share certificate(s) sent to you by to-night's post 
Share certificates greatly wanted [to-night's post 
please send me (us) measurement certificate^ by 
Measurement certificate sent by to-night's post 
Certificate(s) not yet to hand 
Certificate of quality recjuired 
Certificate of warranty required 
Certificate must clearly establish 
Must have a first class certificate 
Has (have) a first class certificate 
Mate must have a master's certificate 
Mate has a master's certificate 
Mate has not a master's certificate 
Certificate suspended 
Certificate cancelled 

Master's certificate suspended for months 

Mate's certificate suspended for months 

Engineer's certificate suspended for — — months 

Master's certificate cancelled 

Mate's certificate cancelled 

Engineer's certificate cancelled 

Broker's certificate 

Builder's certificate 

Captain's certificate 



56 



OER-OHA 



CodbNo 


WoKD Code 


2751 


Cav€m 


275a 


Caviar 


2753 


CavuoTH 


2754 


Caviller 


2755 


Cavity 


2756 


Cayado 


2757 


Ceaseless 


2758 


Cebadero 


2759 


Cebraiana 


2760 


Cediy 


2261 


Cedilla 


2762 


Cedratic 


2763 


Ceiiifig 


2764 


CeifUure 


2765 


Celador 


2766 


Celature 


2767 


Celebrate 


2768 


Celebrity 


2769 


Cdeminero 


2770 


Celery 


2771 


Celestial 


2772 


Celibacy 


2773 


CelibaHst 


2774 


Celibite 


2775 


Celindrate 


2776 


Cellarage 


2777 


Cellular 


2778 


Celsitudi 


2779 


Celticism 


2780 


Celtique 


2781 


Celtish 


2782 


Cemented 


2783 


Cemetery 


2784 


Cenacle 


2785 


Cendreux 


2786 


CendrilU 


2787 


Cenobio 


2788 


Cenobite 


2789 


Cenotaph 


2790 


Censer 


2791 


Censorian 


2792 


Censorious 


2793 


Censorship 


2794 


Censurable 


2795 


Centaury 


2796 


Centella 


2797 


Centenary 


2798 


Centennial 


2799 


Centesimal 


2800 


Centigrade 



Ceirtifl eate amUnued. 

Claim certificate 

Consular certificate 

Share certificate 

Survey certificate 

Certificate of discharge 

Certificate to bearer 
Change. 

Is there any change 

Telegraph if any change 

There is a &vourable change 

There is an unfavourable <£ange 

Without change 

Do not change 

If you can change 

If you cannot change 



I (we^ can change 
I (we) 



cannot change 

There is no change worthy of mention 

Make a change 

Make a change in the appointment(s) 

No change to report 
ChanneL 

Now in the channel 

Passed up the channel 

Passed down the channel 

Arrived in the channel 
Charge(s) 

Who was in charge 

Was in.charge of — 

Was in charge of captain 

Was in charge of mate 

Was in charge of pilot 

Who will take charge 

I (we) relinquish charge 

Send a competent person to take charge 

A competent person will be sent to take charge 

to take charge 

— to take charge until arrives 

Free of charges 

Subject to the usual charges 

Shall I (we) pay charges 

What are the charges 

What will be about the port charges 

Port charges will be about 

Port dutfgci viU bt Ufht, but cannot itiv« eitiinato 
Port chaifw viU be he«T7, Imt eumoi give MlliiMlt 

Charges are trifling 
Charges are heavy 

Charges are about £ 

Ship paying customary charges 



OHA 



57 



CodbNo 

2801 
2802 
2803 
2804 
2805 
2806 
2807 
2808 
2809 
2810 
2811 
2812 
2813 
2814 
2815 
2816 
2817 
2818 
2819 
2820 
2821 
2822 
2823 
2824 
2825 
2826 
2827 
2828 
2829 
2830 
2831 
2832 

2833 
2834 

2835 
2836 

2837 
2838 

2839 
2840 

2841 

2842 

2843 
2844 

«845 
2846 

2847 
2848 

2849 
2850 



CoDB Word 

CenHne 

Centinode 

Ceniiped 

CefUrai 

Centralism 

CerUrality 

Centrical 

Centrifuge 

Centuple 

Centurion 

Cephalic 

Cepiilar 

Ceraeeous 

Cerafolio 

Ceramique 

Cerasite 

Cerated 

Ceraunite 

Cercado 

Cerceau 

Cerdfral 

Cerecloth 

C^eremefit 

CeremonicU 

Ceremony 

Cerise 

Certitude 

Cerulean 

Cerulific 

Cerumen 

Ceruminous 

Cervcttson 

Cerveda 

Cervelet 

Cervical 

Cesarean 

Cespitous 

Cessant 

Cessible 

Cetacea 

Chaborra 

Chacun 

Chafallon 

Chaffer 

Chaffering 

Chaffinch 

Chaflanar 

Chaffless 

Chagrin 

Chagrinant 



Chaigeiuy-continued, 
Merchants paying extra charges 
You are not to pay charges 
After payment of all ch^es 
Before paying changes 
Have not paid chaiges 
Will not pay charges 
Will pay charges 
For ah charges 

Who will pay the extra charges 
No extra charge to be made 
No extra charge to be made in case of 
If you can cYiaige 
If you cannot chaige 
Against chaiges 
Send account of chaiges 
Account of chai^ges sent by post 

Theaoooontofeliaiiei wUl be mt u woo u poMilC* 

Charter.— {See Fix, Numbers, and Ports) 
Can you charter 
Do not charter 
At what rate can you charter 
If you can charter 
If you cannot charter 
If you can charter a steamer 
If you can charter a sailing vessel 
If you cannot charter a steamer 
If you cannot charter a sailing a vessel 
May I (we) charter 
I (we) can charter the 
Charter as soon as possible 
Charter immediately tfirough 
With positive oflfer I (we) can charter 
With positive offer I (we) may be able to charter 
I (we) will close if charter approved 
I (we) cannot charter on your terms 

Can you charter a steamer abt tons d /w 

Can you charter a sailing vessel abt tons d / w 

I (we) can charter a steamer abt tons d/w 

I (we) can charter a sailing vessel abt — tons d/w 

If I (ve) am duuier avcHel abt.— ton* d/w ftr _ diaU I (wc) fix 

I (we) cannot offer a charter at present 

Charter steam tonnage up to tons 

Charter steam tonnage up to quarters 

Charter sailing tonnage up to tons 

Charter sailing tonnage up to quarters 

Ctanotdiartor h«ra below _— If you can do better fix at onee 
GamioteliarterbjereaboT* if you eao do better fix at once 

Do not charter on yoor dde I (we) can do better here 

Charter 00 your aide yon can do better than I (we) can 

Only charter vessel(s) that can arrive by 



58 



OHA 



CodbNo 

2851 
285 a 

2853 
2854 

2855 
2856 

2857 
2858 

a859 
2860 

2861 

2862 

2863 

2864 

2865 

2866 

2867 

2868 

2869 

2870 

2871 

2872 

2873 

2874 

2875 
2876 

2877 
2878 

2879 
2880 

2881 

2882 

2883 
2884 

2885 

2886 

2887 

288S 

2889 

2890 

2891 

2892 

2893 
2894 

2895 
2896 

2897 

2898 

2899 

2900 



CODB WOID 

ChaineUe 

Chairman 

Chaiand 

ChcUair 

Chalastks 

Chaid 

Chalice 

Chalkiness 

Chalky 

Challenger 

Chamaron 

Chamber 

Chainwork 

Chambering 

Chameleon 

Chamois 

Champeaux 

Champerty 

Champetre 

Champigmm 

Champion 

Chancel 

Chancellor 

Chandelier 

Chandler 

Chan/rein 

Changeable 

Changeful 

Changeling 

Channelled 

Chanson 

ChantahU 

Chanter 

Chantism 

Chantress 

Chaology 

Chaos 

Cltaotic 

Chapeau 

Chapel 

ChapeUany 

Chapelure 

Chaperon 

CliapfaUen 

Chaplain 

Chaplet 

Chapman 

Chapters 

Chaqueia 

Character 



Charter — continued. 
Charter on best tenns possible 
Can charter be repeated 
Charter can be repeated 
Charter cannot be repeated 
Charter another vessel 
May I (we) charter — — for time and what terms 

May I (wOehvter — Ibr 1*019 mub and vhat 
Bftw yoaaaj gtMHrnnopen ftr ehartv, if to. j 



te ofiM te flhartcr. if vo. 



Miliiig 

The following is (are) open for charter 
Will accept charter 
Will not accept charter 
Please send copies of charter 
Copy of charter sent to you 
Copy of charter sent to 
Charters freely offer 

Charter homewards at best rate possible 
Chartered. 
Cannot be chartered here 
Is chartered from to 

bdMiteKdfkom -~to( — ton**) of daqwioelk (takel her to fiwmcr 

Is still unchartered 

I (we) have chartered [here to U.K. 

The following has (have) been chartered from 



TlM faUo«1iiK hM (liaTe) bMB dMWtered flrom here to yov poflt 

I (w«)]MV«ehart«red the — nov at 1 will leave for your port mboat 

Chartered subject to confirmation 

I (we) have chartered the — now here : wtU leave about 

I (we) have chartered the now at 

Chartering. 
Are you chartering at present 
Cease chartering for the present 
Cease chartering until you hear from me (us) 
I am (we are) chartering 
I (we) have ceased chartering 
' has (have) ceased chartering 
No chartering going on at present 
The chartering is not in our hands 
Go on chartering 
Chartering is proceeding freely 
Will do the chartering 

Keep me (us) well posted up with all charttriaga thai maj be «tf intnnea to 

Cmeiiu) 

Charter party. 
Send proforma charter party 
Send signed charter party subject to approval 
Send charter party immediately 
I (we) send charter party first post 

Charter party sent to 

Charter party not yet concluded 
Charter party concluded 



Fuil cargo to bt uttdentood if number of ioib not men 



OHA-Om 



59 



CodbNo 

2901 
2902 

2903 

2904 

2905 

2906 
2907 

2908 
2909 
2910 
29II 
2912 

2914 
2915 

2916 

2917 

2918 

2919 

3920 
2921 
2922 

2923 
2924 
2925 

2926 

2927 

2928 
2929 

2930 

2931 

2932 

2933 
2934 
2935 

2936 

2937 

2938 
2939 

2940 

2941 

2942 

2943 
2944 

2945 
2946 

2947 

2948 

2949 
2950 



CODB Word 

Charade 

Charanant 

Charcoal 

Charcuter 

Chardannd 

Charger 

Chariness 

Chariot 

Charitable 

Charioteer 

Charity 

Charlatan 

Charlock 

Charmer 

Charmingly 

Charmlm 

Chamel 

Charterist 

Chartreux 

Charwomen 

Chasable 

Chasm 

Chasselas 

Chaste 

Chcutener 

Chasteness 

Chastise 

Chastity 

Chasuble 

CluU 

Chateau 

Chatelain 

Chattels 

Chatterbox 

Chattering 

Chatting 

Chaudemeni 

Chauffage 

Cheapening 

Cheapness 

Cheatingly 

Checkers 

Checkless 

Checkmate 

Cheerful 

Cheerily 

Cheeringly 

Cheerless 

Cheesecake ' 

Cheftieu 



been presented 



Chaitnr party— ^v^i/mmmuC 

In charter party 

Not in charter party 

Usual form of charter party 

Black sea charter party 

Baltic charter party 

East India cluuter party 

Government fonn of charter party 

Net form of charter party, owners paying insurance 

Without prejudice to charter party [only 

Cheaper. 

You must obtain it (them) cheaper 

Must have it (them) cheaper 

Cannot buy any cheaper 

It (they) will be cheaper 

It (they) will not be cheaper 
Cheque. 

Do not pay cheque 

Cheque hais been lost or mislaid 

Cheque has been stolen 

If 7 (oar) ehcqiM on yoa ftw £ — hM bam midald or tlolea, do not pftj if 

Has my (our) cheque for £ — 
Is my (our) cheque paid 

Is cheque on paid 

Cheque sent me (us) duly paid 

Your cheque for jQ h2Ls been paid [stopped 

Your cheque for £ has been presented and 

Your cheque for ■£ has not been paid 

Your cheque for £ has not been presented 

Bhonld jvax cheque be pmeatod I (««) viU aot h yoa derira 

Send me (us) c]ieque first post for £—^ 

Cheque dishonored 

I (we) send cheque to-night 

I (we) send cheque first post, 

— ^ has (have) handed me (us) cheque for 

-^— will send cheque to-night 

Pay over the cheque sent you to 

Pumps choaked with grain 

Pumps choaked with coal diist 

Is (are) choaked up 
Choice. 

I ^we^ have no choice in the matter 

I (we) approve of your choice 
Cironmstanoei. 

Under what circumstances 

Entirely depends upon circumstances 

If circumstances will permit 

Under the mentioned circumstances 

Under the altered circumstances 

Circiunstances over which I (we) have no control 



6o 




Om-OLA 




CodbNu 


Cods Wobd 


Cireii]iiftanoet---^vff//mMt£ 




2951 


Chemical 


Under the drcurostances 




2952 


Chemin 


If through any unforeseen circumstance 




2953 


Chemistry 


Claim(i). 




2954 


Chenapan 


What claim^s) has Aiave^ been made 
What claim(s) has (have) been incurred 




29SS 


ChenilU 




2956 


Chequered 


CMm nadttetlMMlawliw^wMeh U ta taliri^ ooald not b««c 

[shlpiNd— plMM iaiwUgite Ike ■ 


■S 


»957 


Chercher 


No claim has been made 




2953 


Cherish 


Claim has been made 




2959 


Cherishing 


I (we) have a claim 




2960 


Cheroot 


No claim incurred 




2961 


Cherub 


Make a claim for (on) 




2962 
2963 


Cherubicai 
Cherubim 


The claim^s^ is f are^ very heavy 
The claim(s) is (are) very trifling 




2964 


Cherry 


Not sufficient to make a claim 




2965 


Chess 


Claim(s) is (are) withdrawn 




2966 


Chessboard 


There will be a claim on insurance 




2967 


Chessmen 


There will be a claim on the vessel 




2968 


Chestnut 


Claim on insurance 




2969 


Cheual 


Claim on the vessel 




2970 


Chevalier 


Insurers admit the claim 




2971 


Chevreau 


Insurers dispute the claim 




2972 


Chevron 


Shipowners admit the claim 




2973 


Chemng 


Shipowners dispute the claim 




2974 


ChibaieU 


The claim^s^ is (are) admitted 
The claim(s) cannot be admitted 




2975 


Chibon 




2976 


Chicanery 


Refuse to admit the claim(s) 




2977 


Chicken 


The claimfs^ has (have) been settled 
The claim(s) is (are) withdrawn 




2978 


Chickling 




2979 


duckweed 


Push forward the claim(s) 




2980 


Chiding 


I ^we) think claim had better be paid 
I (we) think claim should be resisted 




2981 


Chiefdom 




2982 


Chieftain 


Endeavour to compromise claim 




2983 


Chiffon . 


Offer to pay any reasonable claim 




2984 


Chiffonier 


I ^we) consider claim forfeited 




2985 


Chignon 


I ( we) think claim reasonable 




2986 


Chilblain 


I (we; think claim most unreasonable 




2987 


Child 


Do not claim 




2988 


Childhood 


Any lawful claim 




2989 


Childish 


Claim for dead freight 




2990 


Chadless 


If a lawful claim 




2991 


Childlike 


Legally establish the claim 




2992 


Children 


Send particulars of the claim(s) 




2993 


Chiliad 


What is the amount of claim 




2994 


Chilliness 


Amount of daim is 




2995 


Chilly 


Class. 




2996 


Chiltetn 


What is her class 




2997 


Chime 


First class 




2998 


Chimerical 


Second class 




2999 


Chimney 


Third class 




3000 


Chinchilla 


Any class will do 





OLA 



6i 



CODSNO 

3001 
3002 

3003 

3004 
3005 

3006 

3007 
3008 
3009 
3010 
301 1 
3012 

3013 
3014 
3015 

3016 

3017 
3018 

3019 

3020 
3021 
3022 

3023 
3024 

3025 

3026 

3027 

3028 
3029 

3030 
3031 

3032 

3033 
3034 
3035 

3036 

3037 
3038 

3039 
3040 

3041 

3042 

3043 

3044 

3045 
3046 

3047 
3048 

3049 
3050 



Code Wobd 

Chink 

Chipaxe 

Chipping 

Chirograph 

Cldroiogy 

Chironuauy 

Chircplast 

Chirptr 

Chirrup 

Chirurgic 

Chiselling 

Chitchat 

Chivalrauy 

Chivalry 

Chloris 

Chlarcfarm 

Chocador 

Chcicdess 

Chair 

Choke 

Choking 

Cfiolerique 

Chomage 

Chooser 

Chopping 

Chopstick 

Choral 

ChoraHst 

Chorister 

Chorometry 

Choufleur 

Chowder 

Chrism 

Chrismal 

Christened 

Christian 

Christmas 

Chroma 

Chromatic 

Chronic 

Chronicler 

Chronogram 

Chronology 

Chrysalis 

Chrysolite 

Chubby 

Chuckle 

Chuckling 

Chuffily 

Chi^ness 



Claaf — continued. 

Of no class whatever 

Must be of superior class 

Must be of a low class 

Same class as before 

Refused on account of class 
ClasdAcation.— (See Classification of Vessels). 

Current classification 

According^ to classification 

Guaranteed classification 

Of any classification 
Clause. 

Customary clause must be struck out 

Can admit customary clause 

Must have customary clause 

Enforce clause in charter party 

Enforce clause in bill of lading 

If clause approved 

If clause not approved 

Clause inserted (approved) 

Clause struck out fnot approved) 

Clause altered as follows 

Cannot get clause altered 

Lay day clause 

Demurrage clause 

Ice clause 

War clause 

Turn clause 

Bunker clause 

Forei^ bunkering clause 

Runnmg down clause 

Afloat clause 

Strike clause 

Damaged or heated grain clause 

Sueing and labouring clause in policy 

Act of God clause to be inserted 

Alter clause 

Other clauses same as 

All clauses same as 

Discharging clause 

Loading clause 

Loading and discharging clause 

Charterers insist upon having clause in charter party 

Owners insist upon having clause in charter party 

Charterers will not admit clause in charter paity 

Charterers wish to alter clause 

Owners will not admit clause in charter party 

Owners wish to alter clause 

Will not admit clause 

Insert the following clause 

Insert the following clause in bills of lading 



6i 



OLA-OLO 



CodbNo 

3051 
3052 

3053 
3054 

3055 
3056 

3057 

3058 

3059 
3060 

3061 

3062 

3063 
3064 

306s 
3066 
3067 
3068 
3069 
3070 

3071 
3072 

3073 

3074 

3075 
3076 

3077 
3078 

3079 
3080 

3081 

3082 

3083 
3084 

3085 
3086 

3087 

3088 
3089 

3090 

3091 

3092 

3093 
3094 

3095 
3096 

3097 
3098 

3099 
3100 



COOB WOBD 

Chumie 

Chutnt 

Chunky 

Chupador 

Church 

Churdut^ 

Churchman 

Churchship 

Churchyard 

Churlish 

Chum 

Churning 

Chyctzic 

Chyle 

Chymify 

Cibarious 

Cicatrice 

Cicerone 

Cicuration 

Cierge 

Cigarette 

Ciliate 

Cillement 

Cimbrado 

Citiieter 

Cimmerian 

Cimolite 

Cindery 

Cinerary 

Cinerulent 

Cinnabar 

Ctnqurfoil 

Cintadero 

Cipher 

Ciphering 

Cipolin 

Cirage 

Circinate 

Circle 

Circuit 

Circuitous 

Cicular 

Circumfer 

Circumflex 

Circumfuse 

Circumvent 

Circus 

Cisalpine 

Ciseau 

Ciseleur 



ClBXUb-'-continMed. 

Insert the following clause in charter party 

Insert the usual arbitiation clause 

Insert the usual strike clause 

Insert the usual heated or damaged gndu clause 

Must have a very restrictive clause 

Following clause indispensable 

Clause is too restrictive 

Clause must be struck out 

Qaam ngvdimtouUaMfb alUmtioa, sad dioald bt madi «o m to rrnH m 



^Itar the eUma from tlM void — .to —. both«seloilffc,lo the Iblknrias 

Alter the dame from the heglnnlng to the word — . letter exelnrive, to the 

iftiltewhic 

Alter the obweB from the wocd— . to the end, Ibmor ezelinive. to tte 

DMloiriaf 

Clear. 

Will dear out 

Will try to clear 

Cannot clear 

If clear 

If not clear 

It is very clear 

It is not at all dear 

Got dear without damage 
Cleared. 

Cleared to-day 

Cleared yesterday 

Must be deared up 
Close. 

Close immediately with 

Cannot dose 

Connot dose until 

If you can close 

If you cannot dose 

I ^we) can dose 

I (we) cannot dose 

Do not close 

Do not dose until you hear from me (us) 

Can you close 

I (we) can dose at 

Can onlv close upon (at) 

Shall I (we) close 

You can dose 

Close upon best possible terms 

You had better authorise me (us) to close 

Ton had better authorbe me (ni) to eloee et onoe m i«te(i) will raoit UlrtlF 

C80( 



Will most probably telegraph you authority to dose 
After the close of 
Closed. 
Have you closed 
If dosed 
If not closed 
I (we) have closed 



OLb-COA 



63 



CodkNo 


3101 


3102 


3103 


3104 


3105 
3106 


3107 
3108 


3109 


3110 


3111 


3112 


3"3 


3114 


3"5 
3116 


3"7 
3118 


3"9 


3"o 


3121 


3122 


3"3 


3"4 


3125 
3126 


3127 
3128 


3"9 


3130 


3131 


3132 


3133 


3134 


3'35 
3136 


3137 
3138 


3139 


3140 


5141 


3142 


3143 


3144 


3145 
3146 


3147 
3148 


3149 


3150 



Cods Woid 

Cistercum 

Cistern 

Ciiadd 

Citation 

CiHten 

Citron 

Civet 

Civilian 

Gvility 

Civiiizing 

Clabaud 

Clacking 

Ciaimant 

Clamber 

Clameur 

Clamminets 

Clamorous 

Clamping 

Clancular 

Clandestin 

Clank 

Clannish 

Clansman 

Clapper 

Claquer 

Clarified 

Clarify 

Clarinado 

Clarinet 

Clashing 

Clasper 

Classic 

Classical 

Clattering 

Claustral 

Clavadura 

Clavated 

Clavicle 

Clavicular 

Clawing 

Clayish 

Claymore 

Cleanness 

Cleanser 

Cleansible 

Clearage 

Clearness 

Cleaver 

Cleft 

Clemency 



I ^we) have not closed 
Why have you not closed 
Is (are) closed fox the present 
Closed at 

Closed at an average of — ^- 
Closed about 
OoaL 
With a coal caigo 
Give her a coal caigo 
Do not load coal 
Arrived, coaled, and sailed for 
Put in short of coal 

Pathiiliort«fe(»l,«amlM«lth — toot and pracMded 

Put into — short of coal 

Supplied with tons coal and proceeded 

What quantity of coal is required for 

No coal required for ■ 
Has (have) sufficient coal 

Give tons coal 

Will require coal 

Give just sufficient coal to take her to 

Supply with tons coal payment arranged 

Coal received short of weight [here 

Buy necessary coal immediately 
I (we) will send sufficient coal 
Coal cannot be obtained here 
. . Coal is very bad 
Coal is satisfactory 
Coal to be trimmed 

Coal to be trimmed from hold to bunkers 
Coal very small [bunker 

Put as much coal on deck as possible after filling 
Newcastle coal required to mix with Welsh coals 

Tetegnph nu (na) donripUon and priee ofeoal yov eaa iiapply 

"^elegnpli bm (at) dMcriptfon and priee of oimI yon osn mipply Inelnding 



[port (at ) 



What is the present price of coal 

Present price of coal is 

What is the present price of Welsh coal in your 

What If the prsMBk priot of NewoMtle eoal la yoar port (at >— ) 

Present price of Welsh coal here (at) is 
Present price of Newcastle coal here (at) is 
A supply of coal sufficient for ship's use during 
Get coal read^ for [the voyage 

Get coal required firom 

Get coal required from payment arranged 

Cannot supply coal [here 

Cannot supply coal in consequence of strike 
Cannot supply coal in consequence of being already 
permission to coal at [ovei-stocked with orders 
annot get liberty to coal at 



64 



COA-COL 



C6DBN0 
3152 

3«53 

3154 
3155 

3'56 

3157 
3'58 

3159 
3«6o 

3161 

3162 

3163 

3'64 

3«6s 
3166 

3^67 

3168 

3^69 



I 
2 

3 
'4 

5 
6 

7 
8 



3» 

3^ 

31 

31 

31 

31 

31 

31 

31 

31 
3180 

3181 
3182 

3183 
3184 
3185 
3186 

3187 
3188 

3189 
3190 

3191 
3192 

3193 

3^94 

3195 
3196 

3197 
3'98 

3^99 
3200 



CODB WOKD 

Clanaiis 

Clenching 

CUrgual 

Cle^ 

Clergyman 

Clerkship 

Cleverly 

Cleverness 

dickering 

Clienkd 

CUfty 

Climate 

CUmaHon 

Climaiized 

Climaturt 

Climbinq 

Clincher 

Clinical 

Clinker 

Clinometer 

Clique 

Cloakage 

Clock 

Clockcase 

Clockman 

CLOCKWOSK 

Cloddy 

Clodhopper 

Clodpate 

ClodpoU 

Cloister 

Closeness 

Closeted 

Clothier 

Clotted 

Clouded 

Cloudiness 

Cloven 

Clown 

Clownish 

Cloying 

Cloymeni 

Club 

Clubber 

Clubbish 

Clumper 

Clumsiness 

Clumsy 

Cluster 

Clustering 



Coal — coniinued. 
Sell all coal not required for the voyage 

North coast 

South coast 

East coast 

West coast 

Now on the coast 

Has left the coast 

Wreckage strewn along the coast 

Cargo strewn along the coast 

Wreckage and caigo strewn along the coast 
Coasting. 

Now coasting 

Will be coasting 

Will not suit coasting 
Coasting Trade. 

Is employed in coasting trade 

Has left the coasting trade 

Will be put in the coasting trade 

Will be taken out of the coasting trade 

Cannot be employed in coasting trade 

Can be employed in coasting trade 

Coasting trade is very poor 

Coasting trade is very abundant 
Code. [Code (4th edition) 

When Telegraphing, use the AB.C. Telegraphic 

I (we) tel^raph as per A.B.C. code (4th edition) 



na4 Bw (im) tumiwlhtriy 



route oo|>i«t of Uw * A.B.C* 



lew) 



rrelevnmhic C9odc (4tli editfam) 
coptei of tlM *A.BjC. lUegnphle God*' (4th edition) 

nv to-d«y*g mail 

copteiof tte *AJ.C.TUcinphieCod«' Uth edition) by 



Coded. [wire again 

You have wrongly coded your message, please 
My (our) message was coded correctly, now repeat 

Collision. 

Has been in collision (with ) 

Has been in collision with steamer — - 
Has been in collision with sailing vessel 

Hm been la ooilidon with Krev ttcuncr, name naknowa 
Hm beea ia eoIUrioa witli MlUag TeMel, aame aakaown 



Has been in collision with 



both sunk 



Hm beea ia oollialoa with - 

Bm beea ia eoIUaioa with - 

Hac beea ia eollirion with - 
Hacbeea ia eoHidoa with • 

Bee beea la colIlaloB with - 

Hm been la colUrioo with . 
Hm beea la oolUalon with . 



> former mak, letter mach deinaced 
. Utter niBk, Itamer nixh dameccd 

■ UMer mak with ell heads 

- letter eaak, with losi of Uft (amnhcr nol 

[kagwB 



. both nabh denaced 
not moohdemeged 



Has been in collision with much damaged 

Reported as having been in collision [vessel 
Reported as having been in collision with another 



COL— COM 



65 



CodbNo 

3201 

320*. 
3«o3 

3204 

3205 
3206 

3207 

3208 

3209 

3210 
3211 

3212 

3213 

3214 

3215 
3216 

3217 
3218 
3219 
3220 
3221 
3222 

3223 
3224 

3225 
3226 
3227 
3228 
3229 

3230 
3231 
3232 

3233 
3234 
323s 
3236 
3237 
3238 

3239 
3240 

3241 
3242 

3243 
3244 

3245 
3246 

3247 
3248 

3249 
3250 



Code Word 

Clutching 

ConcenmU 

Coach 

Coachman 

Coaction 

Coadjtdant 

Coagmeni 

Coagulate 

CoaOH>x 

Coalesce 

Coalery 

Coalheaver 

Coaliser 

Coalition 

Coaltar 

Coapaiion 

Coarsely 

Coarseness 

Coascation 

Coaxingly 

Cobalt 

Cobbler 

CobTifeb 

Cocedron 

Cochon 

Cockade 

Cockatoo 

Cockatrice 

Cockboat 

Cocket 

Cockled 

Cockloft 

Cockney 

Cockfuyism 

Cockpit 

Cockroach 

Cockspur 

Coctible 

Codfish 

Codger 

CodicU 

Codifier 

Codling 

CodHlera 

Coegalite 

Coerce 

Coercion 

Coeval 

Cofferer 

Cogency 



Go\&AmiL^continued. 

Greatly damaged by collision 

Slightly damaged by collision 

Has been in collision with an iceberg 

Has been in collision coming up the river 

Has been in collision going down the river 

Has been in collision coming into harbour 

Has been in collision going out of harbour 

Has — ^ been in collision 
Collapsed. 

Is (are) collapsed 

Entirely collapsed 

Reported collapsed 
Combine. 

Can you combine 

Will they combine 

You must combine 

If necessary combine with 

If you can combine 

If vou cannot combine 

I (we) can combine (with you) 

I (we) cannot combine (with you) 

I (we) will combine with you 

I (we) offer to combine with you 

Vou must not combine 

Win combine with 

Will not combine with 

Combined. 

Have combined 

Have not combined 
Combnitibles. 

Combustibles must not be sent 

You may take the combustibles 

Combustibles refused 

Combustibles will not be sent 
Come. 

Can I (we) come 

Can you come 

Can he (they) come 

If you can come 

If you cannot come 

I (we) can come 

You can come 

He (they) can come 

I (we) cannot come 

You cannot come 

He (they) cannot come 

Must come 

I (we) will come if I (we) can 

Come if at all possible 

Come as quickly as possible 

F 



66 



OOlff 



CodbNo 

3251 
3252 

3«S3 
3«S4 

3255 
3256 

3257 

3258 

3259 
3360 

3261 

3262 

3263 

3264 

3265 

3266 

3267 

3268 

3269 

3270 

3271 

3272 

3273 
3274 

3«7S 
3276 

3277 

3278 

3279 
3280 

3281 
3282 
3283 
3284 
3285 
3286 

3287 
3288 

3289 
3290 
3291 
3292 

3293 
3294 

329s 
3296 

3297 
3298 

3299 
3300 



CODS Word 

Cogitate 

Cogitation 

Cognate 

Cognation 

C^nisance 

Cognomen 

Cohabit 

Coherent 

Cohesibk 

Cohesion 

Cohort 

Coiffure 

Coiled 

Coinage 

Coincide 

CoistrU 

Colachon 

Colander 

Colarin 

CokUion 

C:>lature 

Colberiine 

Colcedron 

Colchique 

Coldness 

Colewort 

CoUcal 

Colicitant 

Collapse 

Collared 

Collate 

Collateral 

Colleague 

Collector 

College 

Coll^an 

CoUerette 

Collide 

CoUiquate 

Collocate 

Collop 

CoHoguial 

Colluding 

Collusion 

Colmenar 

Colombage 

Colonel 

Colonist 

Colonize 

Colonnade 



Comt^amtihued, 
Do not come 

Do not come here (— ) on any accoant 
Quite useless troubbng to come here 

Oommenoe. 
When will you commence 
Shall commence to-day 
Shall commence to-moirow 
Shall commence end of this week 
Shall commence beginning of next week 
Shall commence end of next week 
Commence as soon as possible 
Expect to commence about 
If you can commence 
If you cannot commence 
Could not commence in time 
Cannot commence because 
Cannot commence until I (we) hear from 

Commenced. 
Have you commenced 
I ^we^ have commenced 
I (we) have not commenced 
If you have commenced 
If you have not commenced 
Why have you not commenced 

Commiflnon.— (See Brokerage.) 
What is the amount of commission 
What commission will have to be paid 
What commission am I (are we) to charge 
Who will pay my (our) commission 
Will you allow a return commission 
What commission will be returned 
What will be your commission for 
Require a share of the commission 
Must have fiill commission 
Reserving us a commission of 



doing the 
[business 



I (we) must have a commission of 

I (we) expect share of commission 

I (we) will divide commission with you 

I (we) have to divide the commission 

Your commission included 

Commission divided 

I (we) paying your commission 

You must obtain your commission out of — 

You must obtain your commission from other side 

Cannot make any return of commission 

Will return a commission of — 

Will — commission suit you 

Will return one -fourth of the commission 

Will return one-third of the commission 

Will return one-half of the commission 



COM 



67 



CodbNo 


Cods Word 


3301 


Colony 


3302 


Colophane 


3303 


CohrabU 


3304 


Cohrisi 


3305 


Coiosseum 


330<^ 


Colossus 


3307 


Coloured 


3308 


Colourless 


33«9 


CohurmoH 


3310 


Colportage 


33" 


Colporteur 


33i« 


Coltish 


3313 


Coltsfoot 


3314 


Columbine 


3315 


Columnar 


3316 


Colza 


3317 


Comate 


3318 


Comatose 


3319 


Combadura 


33«o 


Combats 


33«» 


Combatant 


332« 


Combien 


33«3 


Combinate 


33«4 


Combing 


3325 


Combler 


3326 


Comburani 


3327 


Combustion 


3328 


Comedian 


3329 


Comeliness 


3330 


Comely 


3331 


Comestible 


333a 


Comet 


3333 


Cometary 


3334 


Comfiiure 


3335 


Comfort 


3336 


Comforting 


3337 


Comical 


3338 


Comiiiton 


3339 


Comique 


3340 


Comity 


3341 


Comma 


334« 


Commander 


3343 


Commend 


3344 


Commensal 


3345 


Commentary 


3346 


Commented 


3347 


Commerce 


3348 


Commercial 


3349 


Comminute 


3350 


Commissary 



Oommmixm'-continued 
Will return two thirds of the commission 
Will return three-fourths of the commission 
Will return the whole of the commission 

Will return of the commission 

I (we) cannot pay more than per cent. 



Paying a commission of 
Paying a commission of 
Paying per cent address commission 



[commission 
at one port only 



One per cent address commission 

One and a half per cent address commission 

Two per cent address commission 

Two and a half per cent address commission 

Three per cent address commission 

Three and a half per cent address commission 

Four per cent address commission 

Four and a half per cent address commission 

Five per cent address commission 

Free of commission 

Full commission 

Comnnssion is fixed at — - 

Commission agreed 

No commission due 

Commission is paid 

Commission wiU be paid 

Commission will not be paid 

No commission will be paid 

Conmiission is not sufficient 

If you forego your commission 

If you do not forego your commission 

Merchant(s) will waive the address commission 

Five per cent commission on the hire 

commission on the hire 

Three per cent commission on the purchase money 

— ^ commission on the purchase money 
A commission has been appointed 
Crommnaioate. 

Can you communicate with 

With whom am I (are we) to communicate 

Communicate the following to 

Please communicate with me, care of ~— 
Communicate with 

Shall I (we) communicate with your agents at 

Communicate with my (our) agents at 

You had better communicate with 
Communicate with us immediately 

Will communicate with 

Will communicate with you 

promised to communicate with you 

If you can communicate 
If you cannot communicate 

F 2 



68 



COM 



CodbNo 

335 1 
335* 
3353 
3354 

3355 
33S6 
3357 
3358 
3359 
3360 

3361 
33^* 
3363 
3364 

3365 
3366 

3367 
3368 
3369 
3370 
3371 
3372 
3373 
3374 

3375 
3376 

3377 

3378 

3379 
3380 

3381 
3382 

3383 
3384 

3385 
3386 

3387 
3388 

3389 
3390 
339 » 
3392 

3393 
3394 
3395 
3396 

3397 
3398 

3399 
3400 



Code Word 

CommtUee 

Commode 

Commodious 

Commodity 

Commodore 

Commonalty 

Commonness 

Commons 

Commorance 

Commotion 

Communion 

Community 

Commute 

Compact 

Compacture 

Companion 

Company 

Compare 

Comparably 

Comparison 

Compassion 

Compatible 

Compatriot 

Compeer 

Compend 

Compendium 

Comperage 

Competence 

Competitor 

Compilator 

Compile 

Compiling 

Complacent 

Completive 

Complex 

Complexion 

Complexure 

Compliant 

Compliauy 

Complicity 

Compliment 

Complique 

Complot 

Complotter 

Component 

Comport 

Compose 

Composedly 

Composite 

Composure 



OommasnsBXb^ continued. 

I (we) can communicate with 

I (we) cannot communicate with 

Owing to the gale impossible to communicate 

Owing to the fog impossible to communicate 

Communicated. 

Have commimicated with my (our) agents at 

Have communicated with your agents at 

Inform me (us) that they have communicated 
Have communicated with [with 

Communication. 
To whom shall I ^we) address conmiunication 
Is (are) in commumcation [for you 

Are in communication with each other 
What communication have you with ■ 
What communication is there between — and — 



The BBMiM of oommnaleatioa betiroen hen and ... «ra Intsmiptod 
The meene of oonmmilefttkm between — end — era Intermpled 

No means of communication between here and 
No means of communication between — and 



Ifeene of eommnalaitloa between here end 
Meene of eooimunieetioa between end • 



.era'vcryfood 
era very good 



J (we^ have telegraphic communication with 
J (we) have only postal communication with 

J (we) hera very irrctuler end nnalUble eommnnicntlon with 

Telegraphic communication entirely stopped 

Tel^raphic communication seriously impeded 
Compensation. — (See Allowance — Claims). 

Claim ample compensation 

Compensation will have to be made 

Compensation will be paid 

Compensation will not be paid 

Cannot allow compensation 

No compensation offered 

No compensation claimed 

Compensation is claimed 

Will require compensation 

What compensation is required 

Will require heavy compensation 

Will require some slight compensation 

Heavy compensation 

Slight compensation 
CompenBatea. 

Has ^have^ been compensated 

Has (have) not been compensated 

Will not be compensated 

Will be compensated 
Compromise. 

May I (we) compromise 

Try to compromise 

If you can compromise 



COM-CON 



69 



C6DBN0 

3401 
3402 

3403 

3404 

3405 
3406 

3407 
340S 

3409 
3410 

34" 

34" 

3413 

3414 

341S 
3416 

3417 
3418 

3419 
3420 

3421 
3422 

3423 
34<4 

3425 
3426 

3427 
3428 

3429 
3430 
3431 
3432 

3433 
3434 

3435 
3436 

3437 
3438 

3439 
3440 

3441 
3442 
3443 
3444 

3445 
3446 

3447 
3448 

3449 
3450 



CODB WOBD 

Compctiar 

Compounder 

Cofnprthend 

Cotnprcss 

Comprisal 

Comprise 

Comprobar 

Comprobate 

Compter 

Comptness 

Compulsive 

Computable 

Computate 

Computing 

Comrade 

Conamore 

Concasser 

Concavate 

Concave 

Conatviiy 

Concealer 

Concede 

Conceited 

Concesver 

Concentric 

Concentuai 

Conc^tion 

Con^med 

Concerning 

Concert 

Concertina 

Concertion 

Concessive 

Conchite 

Conchology 

Concierge 

Conciltate 

Concinnity 

Concisely 

Concision 

Concitate 

Concitcdion 

Conclavist 

Concluant 

Concluding 

Conclusion . 

Concocter 

Cottcoctive 

Concord 

Concordant 



Oompromifle- -continued. 

If you cannot compromise 

You may compromise 

You may offer to compromise 

I ^we) can compromise 

I (we) cannot compromise 

You must not compromise 

Without compromise 

Must be taken with all present compromises 

EndeaYonr to keep the goods in hand without compromise 
Endeavour to keep the freight in hand without compromise 
Endeavour to keep the vessel in hand without compromise 

Endeavour to keep the order(s) in hand without 
Compromited.' [compromise 

Have not compromised 

I (we) have compromised 

Consequently compromised 

Unless absolutely compromised 

Have compromised 
Oonoliiflion. 

Have you arrived at any conclusion 

I (we) cannot arrive at any conclusion 

Cannot arrive at any conclusion 

The conclusion arrived at is 

No conclusion airiyed at yet 
Condemned. 

If condemned 

Get it (them) condemned if possible 

If possible avoid being condemned 

Has been condemned 

WiU no doubt be condemned 

Condemned and sold 

Condemned as a prize 

Is (are) not condemned 

Not likely to be condemned 

Should be condemned as totally unfit 

Vessel and cai^o have been condemned 

Is (are) condemned to. be sold 

Is (are^ condemned as worUiless 

Is (are) condemned as unseaworthy 

Is (are) condemned to death 

Has (have) been condemned and sentenced 
Condition. 

Only on condition that 

In what condition are the goods delivered 

Delivered in good condition 

Delivered in bad condition 

Arrived in a mutilated condition 

Is (are) in a very defective condition 

Good condition 

Bad condition 



70 



CON 



CODSNO 

3451 
3452 

3453 
3454 

3455 
3456 

3457 

3458 

3459 
3460 

3461 
3462 

3463 

3464 

3465 
3466 

3467 
3468 

3469 
3470 
3471 
3472 
3473 
3474 

3475 
3476 

3477 

3478 

3479 
3480 

3481 
3482 

3483 

3484 

3485 
3486 

3487 
3488 

3489 
3490 
3491 
3492 
3493 
3494 

3495 
3496 

3497 
3498 

3499 
3500 



CoDB Word 

Concording 

Concordist 

Concourse 

Concttnunt 

Concrete 

Concretion 

Concukate 

Concur 

Concurrent 

Concussion 

Condensate 

Condensing 

CondensUy 

Condescend 

Condign 

Condiment 

Conditing 

Condole 

Condolence 

Condor 

Conducent 

Conducible 

Conducive 

Conducting 

Conductor 

Conduit 

Condyle 

Confab 

Confabular 

Confated 

Confection 

Confectory 

Conference 

Confess 

Confessory 

Cofrfession 

Confident 

Confidant 

Confinably 

Confinity 

Cofflation 

Confiexure 

Conflict 

Confluence 

Conformer 

Conformist 

Confound 

Confrere 

Confront 

Coi^use 



ConiiHsok—^oniimted. 
Fair condition 
Medium condition 
Heated condition 
Very dry condition 
Very rotten condition 
Wet and damaged condition 
Musty condition 
Perisned condition 

Ckmditioni. 
The conditions cannot be altered 

Same conditions as 

Other conditions same as 

Make the conditions as easy as possible 

Will not agree to the conditions 

I (we) cannot agree to the conditions 

Do not agree to the conditions 

I (we) accept the conditions 

What are the conditions 

What is fare^ the condition(s) of 

What is (are) the condition(s) of sale 

Can you improve the conditions 

Under fevourable c(xiditions 

With good conditions 

Best conditions obtainable 

Only on my (our) conditions 

Condition(s) unchanged 

Condition(s) is (are) less satisfactory 

Condition(s^ is (are) improved 

Usual conditions 

Subject to the usual conditions 

Must keep strictly within conditions 

Conditions as per my (our) telegram of 

Conditions as per my (our) letter of — 

Mav I (we) waive conditions mentioned 

Confldenca 



I (we) have no confidence in 



I (we) have great confidence in 

Can I (we) have confidence in 

Unworthy 6f confidence 

I (we) have now every confidence 

Is (are) worthy of every confidence 

This in confidence 

Will receive ev^ confidence 
Confusion. 

All is in confiision 

Cargo in dreadful confiision 

Have avoided confiision 

Avoid the confusion 
Connection. 

Have you any connection with 



71 



CodbNo 

3SOI 
3S02 
3503 
3504 
3505 
3506 
35C'7 
3503 
3509 
35^0 
35" 
35" 
3513 
35 '4 

35^5 ' 
3516 

3517 
35«8 
3519 
3520 
3521 
3522 

3523 
3524 

3525 
3526 

3527 
3528 

3529 
3530 

3531 
3532 
3533 
3534 

3535 
3536 

3537 
3538 

3539 
3540 

3541 
3542 

3543 
3544 

3545 
3546 

3547 
3548 

3549 

3550 



Code Word 

Confusiofi 

Confusedly 

Congeal 

Cof^eahfig 

CongenuU 

Congenite 

Congest 

Congestion 

Conglobate 

Conglobe 

Conglomer 

Congreet 

Congregate 

Congress 

Congruence 

Congrutty 

Congrument 

Conicaliy 

Coniferous 

Confect 

Conjecture 

Conjoin 

Conjugal 

Conjugate 

Conjurante 

Conjure 

Conjuring 

Connate 

Connective 

Connexion 

Connivance 

Connive 

Connoiseur 

Connotate 

Connubial 

Conoidal 

Conquer 

Conqueress 

Conquest 

Consaber 

Conscience 

Conscious 

Conscript 

Consecrate 

Consectary 

Consectual 

Consension 

Consenter 

Consequent 

Constrvate 



OON 

QojxnoeAism-'-continued. 

I (we^ have a connection with 

I (we) have no connection with — — 

Has (have) any connection with 

Believe has (have) a connection with — - 

Do not think has (have) a connection with 

There is a connection, but very slight [ 

Avoid all connection (with ) 

Convequenoe. 

What will be the consequence 

Nothing of very great consequence 

Of great consequence 

Of Uttle consequence 

Of no consequence 

In consequence of 

Serious consequences may arrive 

In order to avoid worse consequence^ 

In consequence of vessel not being British 

In consequence of vessel being 

In consequence of — being appointed to call at 
Consideration. 

It is a matter for consideration 

Taking into consideration 

Not worth consideration 

For the consideration of 

For the consideration mentioned 

Is (are) taken into consideration 

Put aside every other consideration 
Considered. 

Is considered satis&ctory 

Is not considered satisfactory 

Is considered doubtful 

Is considered positive 

Is considered likely 

Is not considered Ukely 

Is (are) considered good for 
ConsigiL 

Advise you to consign to 

Consign to 

Do not consign 

If you can consign 

If you cannot consign 

If (we) can consign 

I (we) cannot consign 

Consign to order 

Consign to my (our) agent(s) at 

Consign to your agent(s) at — 
Consigned. 

Consigned to — 

Consigned to order 

Consigned to my (our) agent(s) at 



72 

CodbNo 

355' 
3552 

3553 1 
3554 

3555 
3556 

3557 

3558 

3559 
3560 

3561 
3562 

3563 
3564 

3565 
3566 

3567 
3568 

3569 
3570 
3571 
3572 

3573 
3574 
3575 
3576 

3577 
3578 

3579 
3580 

3581 
3582 

3583 

3584 

3585 
3586 

3587 
3588 

3589 
3590 
3591 
3592 

3593 
3594 
3595 
3596 

3597 
3598 

3599 
3600 



Code Wobd 

Conserve 

Conserving 

Consessof 

Consistent 

Consistory 

Consoiable 

Consolate 

Console 

Consoling 

Consonance 

Consopiate 

Consort 

Consoriion 

Conspirant 

Constable 

Constancy 

Constantly 

Constate 

Constipate 

ConstittuU 

Constitute 

Constrain 

Constrict 

Constringe 

Construing 

Construed 

Consular 

Consulship 

Consumable 

Consumer 

Consummate 

Consumpter 

Consutile 

Contaction 

Container 

Contemn 

Contemper 

Contempt 

Contended 

Contention 

Contestor 

Context 

Contexture 

Contiguity 

Continait 

Cofttingefit 

Continued 

Continuaie 

Contorted 

Contour 



CON 

ConBigned--^9»//isiMiil 
Consigned to your agent(s) at — 
Consigned to you 

Vesseito be consi^ed to charterers or their agents 
Vessel to be consigned to owners or their agents 



See cbnsignee(s) 

Consignee not known 

Consignee not mentioned 

Consignee refuses to act 

At consignee's risk and expense 

At consignee's risk and ship's expense 

Tel^raph name of consignee 

Consignee(s) name(s^ is (are) not known 

Telegraph your consignee instructions 

Get to telegraph his (their) consignee* 

Consignment 
Inward consignment 
Outward consignment 
Get me (us) the consignment of - 
I (we) solicit the consignment of 

I( 



[we) give you the consignment of 



I (we) cannot give you the consignment of — 

Gives you the consignment of 

I (we) have the consi^ment of — 

If I (we) get the consignment 

In lieu of consignment 

Retain consignment(s) until 

Retain consignment(s) until further orders 

Will you take a consignment of 

I ^we) cannot take consignment of 

I (we) do not care about the consignment 

Is (are) offered on consignment 

In order to obtain consignment(s) ' 

I (we) have got the consignment to you of — 

I am (we are) sending you a consignment of 

is (are) sending you a consignment of 

Will you take interest in a consignment ot 
May I (we) take interest in a consignment of 



I ^we) cannot take interest in a consignment of 
I (we) will take interest in a consignment of 

I («•) advte yoo not to take Interrat la a oonclsnineiit of 
I (wc) sdiriM yott to lako intciwt la a onMlgnmcat of 

Can send regular consignments 

I am (we are) preparing further consignments 

Can send no further consignments 
Consist 

What does it (do they) consist of 

They (it) consist(s) of 

Consist(s) mostly of 
Constmction. 



CON 



73 



CodbNo 

3601 
3603 
3603 
3604 

3606 
3607 
3608 
3609 
3610 
361 1 
3612 

36'3 
3614 

3615 
3616 

3617 

3618 

3619 

3620 

3621 

3622 

3623 

3624 

3625 

3626 

3627 

3628 

3629 

3630 

3631 
3632 

3633 
3634 

363s 
3636 

3637 
3638 

3639 
3640 

3641 

3642 

3643 

3644 

364s 
3646 

3647 
3648 

3649 
3650 



Code Wobd 

Contradif 

Contractu 

Contradict 

Contralto 

Contramure 

Contrapose 

Contrarily 

Contrary 

Contrast 

Contrasted 

Contravene 

Contribute 

Contrister 

Contrite 

Contrition 

Contriver 

Control 

Controller 

Controvert 

Contrusion 

Contumctcy 

Contumely 

CofUund 

Contusion 

Conundrum 

ConusabU 

Convalesce 

Convection 

Convening 

Convent 

Conventual 

Converge 

Conversant 

Converse 

Conversion 

Convexity 

Convexness 

Conveyabie 

Convinced 

Conviitrue 

Convivial 

Convocate 

Convoking 

Convolute 

Convoguer 

Convoy 

Convulsive 

Cooing 

Cookery 

Cooler 



Constrnotioii — continued 

What is the construction 

What is the construction you arrived at 

A very wrong construction 

Arieht construction 
ConraL 

Arrange with the consul 

Demand assistance from the consul 

The consul must look after the business 

The consul must give you all assistance required 

If the consul should 

If the consul should not 

Apply to the consul immediately 

Consul refuses to interfere (assist) 

Consul has taken entire chaige 
Cronsult 

Consult me (us) before acting 

Must consult before acting 

Consult immediately 

Consult a thoroughly competent lawyer 

I (we) will consult you before acting 
Cronsnlted. 

I (we) have consulted my (our) friends 

Have you consulted 

I (we) have not consulted 

I (we) have consulted a thoroughly competent 

Has O^ave) consulted [lawyer 

Has (have) not consulted 
Consumption. 

What is her consumption 

Consumption per day of 24 hoiu^ about — tons 

Consumption is small 

Consumption is large 

Consumption is too heavy for my (our) purpose 

Consumption will probably increase 

Consumption will probably decrease 

Consumption will probably remain steady 

Consumption will probably be about 
Contingenoies. 

Contingencies may arise 

Be prepared for contingencies 

I am (we are) prepared for contingencies 

To provide for contingencies 
Contract 

Can you contract 

Try to contract 

If you can contract 

If you cannot contract 

Can contract 

Cannot contract [conditions, &c. 

Are you inclined to contract, if so, please give 



74 



OON 



CODCNO 


CODKWOID 


3651 


CV/w 


3653 


<7«o/«o< 


3653 


Cooptrage 


3654 


CtwplaU 


3655 


aparcay 


36S6 


Copartner 


3657 


C.f,W 


3658 


C~tio:„,y 


3659 


afh„i 


3660 


Ci'/'pn-u/i 


366. 


Cotfia 


3Mj 




3«3 


Cop\'l',>ok 


3664 


C,fyhM 


3MS 


Cfyul 


3666 


Copyright 


366, 


Coqumtar 


3668 


Cor-Ory 


3«9 


Coquettt 


3670 


Cogudtuh 


367 > 


Coradt 


367" 


CoraUine 


3«73 


Corattto 


3674 


Ctriums 


3675 


Ccriau 


3676 


Cirka 


3677 


Cordtlkr 


3678 


Cordial 


3'79 


Cordialiiy 


3«8o 


Cardm 


3681 


Corduroy 


548. 


Cordwaintr 


3«83 


Cordative 


36S4 


Coriaeanu 


3'8S 


CoriamUr 


3686 


OriMhian 


3M7 


Cortucrew 


3688 


Cormorant 


3689 


Comamttie 


3690 


ConMxm 


3691 


Cormador 


369. 


Comer 


3693 




3'94 


ComJIomr 


3'95 


Comjield 


3696 


Cornlde 


3697 


Cornish 


3«98 


Cornopean 


3'99 


Cornucopia 


370« 


Comuted 



'i&xj I (we) contnurt for 

I am (we are) Open to contract 

I am (we are) not open to cmtiact 

You may contract for 

You may tender for contract 

You may tender for contract on fcdlowing tenns 

Have you made contract 

I (we) have made contract 

I (we) have not made contract 

is (are) about to contract for 

has (have) made contract 

has (have) not made contract 

The contract will be ready for sigoatuie 
I (we) can contract with party here 
Sign contract on my (our) account 
Is the contract st^ed 
The contract is signed 
The contract is not signed 

Ua roor on jiidnnU ■■ ihUw aoatneUil. I (n) (OB^toa ■ 

I (we) have made contract to deliver 

I (we) have made contract to take up 

Contract for fiiturc delivery 

Contract immediately for 

Make a contract 

Uake a fresh contract 

You may repeat the contract 

No contract possible just now 

Do not contract 

Do not repeat the contract 

Upon signmg contract 

Do not close the contract 

Contract accepted 

Contract fallen through 

Terms of contract not suitable 

Terms of contract appear suitable 

Is (are) according to contract 

Not according to contract 

Dealers (buyers) are willing to contract 

Producers (sellers) are willmg to contract 

Dealers (buyers) are unwilling to contract 

Froducera (sellers) are unwilling to contract 

Contract(s) is (are) gradually running out 
Contractis) is (are^ nearly run out 
Contract(s) is (are) concluded 
Before commencement of contract(s) 
During the execution of contract(s) 
After completion of contract(s) 
Insist upon fulfilment of contract 
To be sold by prtv^e contract 



OON-OOS 



75 



CodbNo 

3701 
3702 

3703 
3704 
3705 

3706 

3707 
3708 
3709 
3710 

37" 

37" 

37^3 

3714 

37'5 
3716 

3717 

3718 

3719 
3720 

3721 

37«« 

3723 

3724 

3725 
3726 

3727 
3723 

3729 
3730 
373« 
3732 

3733 
3734 
3735 
3736 
3737 
3738 
3739 
3740 

3741 
3742 

3743 
3744 

3745 
3746 

3747 
3748 

3749 
3750 



CoDB Word 

Corollary 

Coronation 

Coronet 

Corporal 

Corporally 

Corpulence 

Corpuscle 

Corradiate 

Correcting 

Correction 

Correspond 

Corridor 

Corrigible 

Corrrvate 

Corrodent 

Corrosive 

Compote 

Corrupter 

Corsage 

Corsair 

Corscurio 

Corselet 

Cortesano 

Cortical 

Corticated 

Cortidne 

Corumba 

Coruscate 

Corymbiate 

Corymbose 

Cosaque 

Coseccmt 

Cosenage 

Cosey 

Cosmetic 

Cosmogony 

Cosmograpk 

Cosmolabe 

Cosmology 

Cosmorama 

Costliness 

Costume 

Cotangent 

Coterie 

Coticular 

Cotillon 

Cotquean 

Cottager 

Cottrd 

Cotyledon 



QontnxX^continued 

Sold by private contract 

In views of anticipated contract (s) 
Contrary. 

Contrary to my ^our) orders 

Contrary to my (our) ideas 

Contrary to custom (usage) 

Unless you wish to tne contrary 
Control — (See Management). 

Not under my (our) control 

Will require some control 

Entirely beyond my (our) control 

Over which I (we) have no control 
Convenient 

Will it be convenient 

If convenient 

If not convenient 

It will not be convenient 

It will be very convenient 

Is it convenient 

It is convenient 

It is not convenient 

As soon as convenient 

If quite convenient 
Copy. 

Send me (us) copy 



I (we) send you copy 

10 



[we) have no copy 

Have you a copy 

Send a copy 

Send copy of manifest as soon as possible 
Correct. 

Appears to be correct 

Does not appear to be correct 

Your account is correct 

Your account is not correct 

The account is correct 

The account is not correct 

All found correct 

If correct 

If not correct 

It is ^they are^ quite correct 

It is (they are) not correct 
Corroded. 

Is (are) corroded 

Believed to be corroded 
Cost— (See Prices). 

Cost free on board 

Cost free on board, must not exceed 

Cost, treight, and insurance 

Cost, freight, and insurance must not exceed 



76 



COS— ORE 



CodbNo 
37SI 

3752 

3753 

3754 

3755 

3756 

3757 

3758 

3759 
3760 

3761 
3762 

3763 

3764 

3765 
3766 

3767 
3768 

3769 
3770 

3771 
3772 

3773 
3774 

3775 
3776 

3777 

3778 

3779 
3780 

3781 
3782 

3783 
3784 
3785 
3786 

3787 
3788 

3789 

3790 

3791 

379a 

3793 

3794 

3795 

3796 

3797 

3798 

3799 
3800 



CODB Word 

Couch 

Couchatit 

Couchgrass 

Coughing 

Coulement 

Couler 

Coulisse 

Counsel 

Counsellor 

Countable 

Counter 

Counteract 

Counterman 

Counterrol 

Countess 

Country 

Countryman 

Coupe 

Couperet 

Couplet 

Courage 

Courageous 

Courbatu 

Courier 

Course 

Courtaud 

Courteous 

Courtesy 

Courtezan 

Courting 

Courtlike 

Courtship 

Cousin 

Covenant 

Covering 

Coverlet 

Covertly 

Covertness 

Covetahle 

Coward 

Cowardiu 

Cowherd 

Cowhouse 

Cowkeeper 

Cowpox 

Cotvslip 

Coxcomb 

CoxsTvain 

Coyly 

Coyness 



Qo^^continued 

Co3t and freight 

Cost and freight must not exceed 

Cost free alongside 

Cost abroad 

Cost in bond 

Cost in warehouse 

What will be the cost 

Estimated cost 

Free of cost(s) 

Telegraph cost free on board 

Telegraph cost, freight, and insurance 

Telegraph cost and freight 

Telegraph cost abroad 

Telegraph cost in bond 

Telegraph cost in warehouse 

Telegraph cost of 

Less cost of hiel short delivered 

Less cost of cargo short delivered 

Original invoice cost 

Not exceeding original invoice cost 

Cost of insurance and commission 

What will be the probable cost 

No costs allowed 

All reasonable costs to be allowed 

Regardless of cost 

Condemned to pay costs 

All your costs you will please recover from 

All your costs I (we) will refund you 
Cracked. 

Is (are) cracked 

Is Tare) very badly cracked 

Is (are) reported cracked 

Boss cracked 
Crana— (See Numbers) 

Can vessel load ^discharge) at crane 

Vessel can load (dischaige) at crane 

Vessel cannot load (discharge) at crane 

What power of crane have you in your port 

Crane here will lift tons 

No crane accommodation to be obtained 
Credit 

Has (have) good credit 

Has (have) bad credit 

Has (have) moderate credit 

Please telegraph credit 

Have telegraphed credit 

Credit advised is no good 

Must have a confirmed bankei's credit 

Cannot arrange a bank credit 

Forward me (us) letter of credit 



ORE 



77 



CodkNo 

3801 
3802 

3803 
3804 
3805 
3806 

3807 
3808 

3809 

3810 

381 1 
3812 

3813 

3814 

381s 
3816 

3817 
3818 

3819 
3820 

3821 

3822 

3823 

3824 

3825 
3826 

3827 
3828 

3829 
3830 
3831 
3832 
3833 
3834 

383s 
3836 

3837 
3838 

3839 
3840 

3841 
3842 

3843 
3844 

384s 
3846 

3847 
3848 

3849 
3850 



Code Word 

CrabappU 

Crabbed 

Crabtree 

Crabstick 

Crack 

Crackling 

Cracknel 

Cradle 

Craftiness 

Craftsman 

Craggy 

Crcundre 

Cramming 

Cram^ 

CranesinU 

Cranicd 

Cranialogy 

Cranium 

Cranky 

Cranomancy 

Crapaud 

Crape 

Crapulence 

Crcuhing 

Creusameni 

Crassitude 

Crater 

Cravache 

Craven 

Crawl 

Crawling 

Crayfish 

Crayon 

Crctuness 

Crazy 

Creak 

Creatable 

Created 

Creation 

Creature 

Crecke 

Credence 

Credential 

Creditable 

Credulity 

Credulous 

Creeper 

Cremation 

Crenelage 

Crenellate 



QtM^— continued 
liCtter of credit sent forwaid 
I-«tter of credit received 
Letter of credit not received 
Require a credit upon 
Please arrange a fresh credit 
Credit having run out please renew same 
Former credit renewed 
I (we) must have credit upon 
Please open a credit in favor of ^— 
Please open a credit in my (our) favor 
Have you opened a credit in my (our) favor' with 
Have you opened a credit with me (us) in favor 
Has (have) opened a credit [of 

Have opened a credit in favor of 

Credit opened in your favor (^ ) with 



Cancel the credit opened in favor of 

I (we) have cancelled the credit opened in favor of 

I (we) have cancelled the credit opened in your favor 

has (have) ca ncrllff d the credit opened in my (our) favor 

— has (have) cancelled the credit opened in your favor 

£ — • — placed to your credit account of 



I (we) have opened a credit with you in favor of 
I (we) have not opened a credit with you in dvor of 

I (we) hold jQ— to the credit of 

I (we) have opened credit in order to avoid 
Crew. 
Crew have refused to go to sea 
Crew have refused duty 
Crew have mutinied 
Crew have deserted 
Crew have refused to stop by the vesse 
Crew have refused to proceed faither 
Engage a fresh crew 
Send the crew home 
Forward the crew to ^— 
The crew has been forwarded to 
Crew are all on board 
Crew remaining on board 
No crew on Ixmd 
Part of the crew are on board 
Part of the crew are here 
Remainder of crew here 
Crew all scattered about 
All the crew are here 
Crew are all saved 
Part of the crew are saved 
Part of the crew are missing 
Part of the crew are lost 

Crew saved and arrived here (at ) 

Send names of the crew 



78 



ORE— ORO 



CODBNo 

3851 

3852 

3853 

3854 

3855 

3856 

3857 

3858 

3859 
3860 

3861 
3862 

3863 
3864 

3865 
3866 

3867 
3868 

3869 

3870 

3871 
3872 

3873 
3874 

3875 
3876 

3877 
3878 

3879 
3880 

3881 
3882 

3883 

3884 

3885 
3886 

3887 
3888 

3889 

3890 

3891 
3892 

3893 
3894 

3895 
3896 

3897 
3898 

3899 
3900 



Code Word 

Creole 

Creolian 

Crepine 

Crepitate 

Crescendo 

Crescent 

Crestacean 

Crested 

Crestiess 

Creuset 

Crevaille 

Cretnce 

Criant 

Cribbage 

Cribble 

Cricket 

Cricketing 

Crimping 

Crimson 

CrincUed 

Cringing 

Crinoline 

Crippling 

Crispation 

Crispness 

Criterion 

Critical 

Criticize 

Croaking 

Crodary 

Crockery 

CrocodUe 

Crocus 

Croft 

Croftage 

Cromlech 

Crookback 

Crooked 

Croslet 

Crossbotv 

Crossing 

Crossness 

Crossway 

Crotalus 

Crotchety 

Croucher 

Crotdant 

Croup 

Croupade 

Cropier 



ctew late 



Gt^yR^-eantinued 

Send names of the crew saved 

Send names of the crew missing 

Send names of the crew lost 

Following of the crew saved 

Following of the crew lost 

Crew supposed to be saved 

Following of the crew missing 

Crew are all lost 

Crew supposed to be lost 

Nothing known of the crew 

Crew exhausted with pumping 

Several of the crew fxost bitten 

Most of the crew frost bitten 

Several of the crew down with scurvy 

Most of the crew down with scurvy 

— - has brought the crew from [of the 

— has pick^ up at sea •^— of the 

Crew are all drunk 

Part of the crew are drunk 

Set all the crew to work 

Tel^praph me (us) before paying off crew 

Shall I (we— captain^ pay ofi crew here 

Discharge (pay off) tne crew 

Pay off crew on arrival at 

Inquiry must be held before paying off crew 

Before dischaige of the crew 

After dischaige of the crew 
Crop. 

Old crop 

New crop 

Last crop 

Present crop 

Next crop 

Future crcp(s) 

How does (do) the crop(s) promise 

Our crop is abundant 

Our crop is short 

Our crop is an average one 

Our crop is below the average 

Our crop is a failure 

Our crop is very heavy 

The crop is abundant 

The crop is short 

The crop is an average one 

The crop is below the average 

The crop is a failure 

The crop is very heavy 

The new crop is very poor 

The new crop of very poor 

The new crop is very fine 



CdDBNo 

3901 
3902 

3903 
3904 
3905 
3906 
3907 

3908 

3909 
3910 

39" 
3912 

3913 
3914 

3915 
3916 

39»7 

3918 

3919 
3920 

392 X 

3933 

3923 
3924 

3925 
3926 

3927 
3928 

3929 
3930 
3931 
3932 
3933 
3934 

3935 
3936 

3937 
3938 

3939 
3940 

3941 
3942 
3943 
3944 

3945 
3946 

3947 
3948 

3949 
3950 



CoDB Word 

Crowbar 

Crowded 

Crowing 

Crown 

Crowning 

CrowsfoA 

CroyabU 

Croze 

Cruchan 

Crucial 

CrudbU 

Crudfier 

Crucifix 

Cruciform 

Crude 

Crudeness 

Crudity 

Cruelly 

Cruentous 

Cruising 

Crumbs 

Crumble 

Crumbling 

Crumpet 

Crunch 

Crunching 

Crupper 

Crusade 

Crusading 

Cruset 

Crushed 

Crustated 

Crustily 

Crustiness 

Crusty 

Crutches 

Crying 

Crypt 

Crypiical 

Cryptogamy 

Crystal 

Crystalite 

Cubation 

Cubatory 

Cubature 

Cubical 

Cubicidar 

Cubiform 

Cubless 

Cuckold 



PRO— OUS 79 

^it^'^^continued. 
TTie new crop of — is very fine 
The new crop is a fair average 

The new crop of b a fair average 

The crop in is reported to be short 

The crop in is reported to be heavy 

The crop proves to be a failure this season [made 
The crop produced will fall far short of estimate 

TIm erop piodaocd vfll bt audi ffMtar Uwo MtfBMilt nMda 

Prospects for crop(s) very disheartening 
Prospects for crops(s) very encouraging 
Crop(s^ not so bad as anticipated 
Crop(s) much worse than anticipated 
Prospects for good crops are now cheering 
The crop is expected to be very heavy 
The crop is expected to be about the average 
The crop is expected to be light 
Crop^s^ IS ^are) coming in well 
Crop(s) is (are) coming in poorly 

The crop in is reported to be a failure 

When will the new crop be ready 
The first of the new crop 
The new crop is expected to be ready 
Immediately the new crop is ready 
Have now commenced gathering the new crop 
Crops greatly damaged 
Crops slightly damaged 
Great portion of the crop^s) destroyed 
Great portion of the crop(s) destroyed by storms 
Custom. 
What is the custom 
According to custom 
According to custom of Lloyd's 
According to custom of the port 
Notwithstanding custom of the port to the contrary 

Cargo to bt rtoelved ftad delivered Moordint to the eostom at the poru of 

tloedinff and dlieharxe 

Ceifo to bt neeltod aooordliig to the outom of tho pOTKe) 

Cargo to be delivered according to the custom of 
CuBtomary. [the ports(s} 

As customary 

It is customary 

It is not customary 

As customary in all ports 
Customers. 

My ^our) customers are very dissatisfied 

My (our) customers are very satisfied 

Customers are very scarce 

My (our) customers waiting further news 

Customers are very numerous 

Is a ^are^ very straightforward customer(s) 

Is a (are) very tricky customer(s) 



8o 



OUS— DAM 



CodrNo 

3951 
3952 

3953 
3954 
3955 
3956 

3957 
3958 

3959 
3960 
396 r 

3962 
3963 
3964 

3965 
3966 

3967 
3968 
3969 
3970 
3971 
3972 

3973 

3974 

3975 

3976 

3977 

3978 

3979 
3980 

398 « 
3982 

3983 

3984 

3985 
3986 

3987 
3988 

3989 
3990 

3991 
399« 
3993 
3994 
3995 
3996 
3997 
3998 

3999 
4000 



CODB WOBD 

Cuckoldom 

Cuckoo 

Cucumber 

Cucurbit 

Cudbear 

Cudden 

Cuddled 

Cu^d 

Cudweed 

Cuircus 

Cuirassier 

Cuisine 

Culbutant 

Culinary 

Culling 

DABBINa 

Dabbler 

Dabchick 

Dabovis 

Dactillon 

Dactylique 

Dadais 

Daddy 

Dadivado 

DaffodU 

Daft 

Dagger 

Daglock 

Dagome 

Dagswain 

Dahlia 

Daigmr 

Dcuniies 

Daintily 

Daintiness 

Daintrd 

Dairy 

Dairymaid 

Dairyman 

Daisied 

Dallage 

Dallador 

Dalliance 

Dallying 

DalmcUica 

DamcLscene 

Damask 

Danuuqutta 

Damasseur 

Dame 



Ciutom Home. 
Must be in your Custom House 
It is (they are) not in our Custom House 
Custom House authorities will not permit 
Custom House authorities will permit 
No Custom House here (in ) 

Cwt — (See Numbers — Quantities) 
How much per cwt 
How many cwts. 
At per cwt 

Cyclone. 
Received slight damage during a cyclone 
Received extensive damage during a cyclone 

Cydone pftned over here, following vesaeKs) received damage 

Cyclonepassed over here and did following damage 
DAKAOB. 
Is there any damage 
No damage occurred 

— — whilst riding in the roods sustained slight damage 

— — whilst entering the port sustained sUght damage 

•— — whilst leaTittg the port stiirainrd slight damage 

— whilst riding in the roads sustained considerable damage 

—— whilst entering the port sustained considerable damage 

-^— whilst kaWng the port sustained considerable damage 

Slight damage has occiured (to ) 

Great damage has occurred (to ) 

Damage expected to be serious 

Doing considerable damage to 

Damage not serious 

No damage reported 

No appearance of damage 

Appears to have sustained little damage 

Damage not ascertained yet 

Sustained other considerable damage 

Cargo must be discharged to ascertain damage 

Has left without repairing damage 

Damage repaired 

Damage repairing 

With damage to 

What was the cause of damage 

Damage caused by 

Damage caused through insufficient dunnage 

Damage caused by bad stowage 

Damage caused by bad packing 

Damage caused by chafing 

Damage caused by vermin 

Damage caused by contamination 

Damage caused by overheating 

Damage caused by fire 

Damage caused by water 



DAM-DAT 



8i 



CodbNo 

4001 

4002 

4003 
4004 

4005 

4006 

4007 

4008 

4009 

4010 

40x1 

4012 

4013 
4014 

4015 

4016 

4017 

4018 

4019 

4020 

4021 

4022 

4023 
4024 

4025 
4026 

4027 

4028 

4029 

4030 

403 X 
4032 

4033 

4034 

4035 
4036 

4037 
4038 

4039 
4040 

4041 

4042 

4043 
4044 

4045 
4046 

4047 

4048 

4049 

4050 



Cods Wobd 
Damerd 
Damoiseau 
J}amper 
J}ampish 
I}ampness 
Z>amsel 
Dctncers 
Dancing 
Dandelion 
Dandified 
Dandify 
Dandiner 
Dandifn-ai 
Dandier 
Dandruff 
Dandyism 
Dandyling 
Danewart 
Dangerless 
Dangle 
Danois 
Dansani 
Danzador 
Dapatical 
Dapper 
Dapperling 
Darder 
Dareful 
Daring 
Daringness 
Darkm 
Darkling 
Darkness 
Darksome 
Darn 
Darning 
Dartingly 
Dashing 
Dastardly 
Daterie 
Datary 
Dateless 
Datholite 
Datilado 
Datisme 
Dative 
Daubiere 
Daubir^ 
Daughter 
Dauntless 



Damage — continued. 

Damage caused by lightning 

Damage caused by storms 

Without proof of actual damage 
Damaged. 

Is damaged 

Not damaged 

Cargo partially damaged 

Cargo totally damaged 

Cargo very much damaged 

Deck cargo damaged by water 

Is it (are they) damaged 

Is (are) much damaged 

Ap[)arently damaged 

Not much damaged 

Not apparently damaged 

Seriously damaged 

Seriously damaged and put back for repairs 

Appears to be much damaged 

Damage sustained unknown 

All more or less damaged 

Hull not much damaged 

Hull very much damaged 

Rudder damaged 

Metal much damaged 

Metal slightly damaged 

Rigging damaged 

Salt water (sea) damaged 

Fresh water damaged 

Oil damaged 

Coal damaged 

Ship damaged 

Ram damaged 

Not so much damaged as anticipated 

Much more damaged than anticipated 
Date. 

The probable date (is ) 

The earliest date 

The latest date 

What is the date of 

What is the earliest date 

What is the latest date 

What date has been fixed for 

Telegraph probable date of 

What date do you propose for 

You must name an earlier date 

You must name a later date 

Any date will do 

You must fix a date 

Date left in ^our hands 

Date of leaving left in your hands 
o 



82 



DAT—DAY 



CodkNo 

4051 
405* 
4053 
4054 

405s 
4056 

4057 
4058 

4059 
4060 

4061 

4062 

4063 

4064 

4065 

4066 

4067 

4068 

4069 

4070 

4071 

4072 

4073 
4074 

4075 
4076 

4077 

4078 

4079 

4080 

4081 

4082 

4083 

4084 

4085 

4086 

4087 

4088 

4089 

4090 

4091 

4092 

4093 
4094 

409s 
4096 

4097 

4098 

4099 

4100 



CODB WOBD 

Dauphin 

Davofitage 

Dawdler 

Dawning 

Daybook 

Daybreak 

Daydream 

Dayl^ht 

Dayspring 

Daytime 

Dazzle 

Dazzling 

Deacon 

Deaconess 

Deaconship 

Dectdish 

Deadm<m 

Deadness 

Deafen 

Deafining 

Dealbate 

Dealer 

Dean 

Deanery 

Deanship 

Dearling 

Deamess 

Deaihify 

Deathless 

Deathlike 

Deathly 

Deathiick 

Deathwaich 

Deauration 

Debaciage 

Debacleur 

Debagouler 

Deballage 

Ddfander 

Debanquer 

Debardage 

Debark 

Debarras 

Debarring 

Debctsed 

Debasement 

Debatable 

Debating 

Debet 

Debenture 



Date — continued 

Cannot fix a date at present 

No date has been fixed for 

Cancelling date 

Must have a cancelling date 

Will not admit cancelling date 

As soon as date can be fixed 

Date will be about 

Date must be punctually kept 

From this date up to 

At what date may I (we) draw 

Draw at day's date 

Draw at one month's date 

Draw at two months' date 

Draw at three months' date 

Draw at four months' date 

Draw at five months' date 

Draw at six months' date 

Draw at nine months' date 

Draw at twelve months' date 

Draw at eighteen months' date 

Draw at twenty-four months' date 

Draw at months' date 

Day. 

During the day 

Day before yesterday 

Day after to-morrow 

The last day I (we) can give 

Any day 

Any other day 

Early on that day 

Day by day 

At an early day 

'At no very distant day 

At a very distant day 
Days. — (See Lay Days) 

How many days required 

How many days consumed 

How many days can you give 

The days have expired 

During the last few days 

During the next few days 

In the course of a few days 

Running days 

Running days, Sundays excepted 

Runi^ing days, Sundays and holidays excepted 

Working days 

Weather -working days 

Portion of days to be counted as portion of days 

Days occupied in shifting ports not tocotmt as laydays 

Days occupied in shifting ports to count as lay days 



'..y 



DAY— DEO 



83 



CooeSo 
4101 
4102 
4103 

4^4 
4105 

4106 

4107 

4108 

4109 

41 10 

4111 

4113 

41 13 
4114 

4115 
4116 

4117 

4118 

4119 

4120 

4131 

4122 

4123 

4124 

4125 

4126 

4127 

4128 

4129 

4130 
4131 
4132 
4133 
4134 

4135 
4136 

4137 

4138 

4139 
4140 

4141 
4142 

4143 

4144 

4145 
4146 

4147 
4148 

4149 
4'50 



Code Wobd 
Debiffer 
DtinUment 
DelnlitaU 
DMlity 
DebiUige 
Ddflattrer 
DMayer 
DMocage 
Ddfloqti€r 
Deboiter 
Ddfcnder 
Debottnaire 
DebosseJer 
JDd>auche 
I^ebautllir 
JDebourb<ig€ 
JDebaurser 
Dehrider 
ndfris 
JDebrocar 
I^ebruiir 
Debtor 
JDebusquer 
Debutant 
Deeacheter 
Decadal 
Decadency 
Decagane 
Decaisser 
Decalage 
Decalogue 
Decameron 
Decamp 
Decampment 
Decandrian 
Decanter 
Decapage 
Decapitate 
Decapod 
Decarreler 
Decastich 
Decastyle 
Decayed 
Decaleni 
Deceitful 
Deceiver 
Decennng 
Decelement 
Decency 
Decennial 



Dayi — continued. 

Days for loading not to exceed 
Days for dischai^ng not to exceed 
Colliery working days 

days for all purposes 

Market days 

Days not to count till ship ready in berth 

Merchants will use all the days 

Merchants will most probably use aU the days 

Keep the ship all her days 



What is the deadweight capacity 

What deadweight is required 

Deadweight must not exceed 

Deadweight must not be less than 

No deadweight obtainable 

Deadweight much wanted 

Principally deadweight offering 

Sufficient deadweight can be had 

I (we) do not know the deadweight 

Deadweight capacity for cargo 

On vessels deadweight capacity 

On vessels guaranteed deadweight capacity 

Owners guaranteeing deadweight capacity 

Deadweight must be guaranteed 

Deadweight guaranteed 
Dear. 

Too dear for my (our) purpose 

Is (are) not dear under the circumstances 
Debit 

I (we) debit you 

I (we) shall not permit the debit 

You can debit me (us) 

Debit all charges to 

December. 

During the month of December 

During next December 

About beginning of December 

About middle of December 

About end of December 

Last December 

Next December 

ist day of December 

and day of December 

3rd day of December 

4th day of December 

5th day of December 

6th day of December 

7th day of December 

8th day of December 

9th day of December 
o 2 



CodbNo 

4I5I 
4152 

4153 
4154 
4155 
4156 
4157 

4158 

4159 

4160 
4I6I 
4162 

4163 
4164 
4165 

4166 

4167 
4168 
4169 
4170 
4171 
4172 

4173 
4174 

4175 
4176 

4177 
4178 

4179 

4180 

4I8I 
4182 

4183 

4184 

4185 

4186 

4187 

4188 
4189 
4190 
4I9I 
4192 

4193 
4194 

4195 
4196 

4197 
4198 

4199 

4200 



CODE Word 

Decently 

Deception 

Deceptive 

Decerner 

Decevant 

Dechamer 

Decharpir 

Dechcveler 

Dechiquete 

Decidable 

Decidement 

Decimal 

Dechartu 

Decheance 

Dechiffrer 

Dechirage 

Dechirant 

Decidmce 

Deciduity 

Decimated 

Decintrer 

Decipher 

Decisive 

Decking 

Declcumer 

Declamator 

Declarant 

Declarer 

Declencher 

Declension 

Dedinate 

Declivity 

Dedouer 

Decollate 

Decoct 

Decoction 

Decomhrer 

Decompose 

Decompter 

Deconfire 

Deconvenue 

Decoration 

Decorator 

Decorously 

Decorum 

Decoucher 

Decoudre 

Decouper 

Decauverte 

Decouvrir 



DEO 

December— ^/7/)rVfiM(/. 

loth day of December 

xith day of December 

1 2th day of December 

13th day of December 

14th day of December 

15th day of December 

1 6th day of December 

t7th day of December 

1 8th day of December 

19th day of December 

20th day of December 

2 1 St day of December 

22nd day of December 

23rd day of December 

24th day of December 

25th day of December 

26th day of December 

27 th day of December 

28th day of December 

29th day of December 

30th day of December 

31st day of December 
Decide. 

Can you decide yet 

You must decide 

To enable me (us) to decide 

When you can decide 

I (we) cannot decide 

Will decide 

Will not decide 
Decided. 

What has been decided 

What have you decided 

If you have decided 

If you have not decided 

If ?he they) ( \ have decided 

If (he they) ( ) have not decided 

He has (they have — it is) decided 

He has (they have— it is) not decided 

I (we) have decided 

I (we) have not decided 

Not yet decided 

Expect it will be decided 

The matter has been decided 

It has been satisfactorily decided 

As soon as decided will advise 
Decline. 

I (we) must decline 

Do not decline 

Why do you decline 



DEC-DED 



85 



CodbNo 
4201 
4202 
4203 
4204 
4205 
4206 
4207 
4208 
4209 
4210 
4211 
42x2 

4213 
4214 

4215 
4216 

4217 

4218 

4219 

4220 

4221 

4222 

4223 

4224 

4225 

4226 

4227 

4228 

4229 

4230 

4231 
4232 

4233 
4234 
4235 
4236 

4237 
4238 

4239 
4240 
4241 
4242 

4243 
4244 

4245 
4246 

4247 
4248 

4249 
4250 



Code Word 

Decoy 

Decoying 

Dccrcuser 

Decrease 

Decree 

Decremeni 

Decrepit 

Decretive 

Decrial 

Dectoire 

Deerotter 

Decrument 

Decreusage 

Decumbent 

Duuplen 

Decurio 

Decttssaie 

Deda^mr 

Dedalera 

Dedicate 

Dedicatory 

Dedition 

Dedoleni 

Deduce 

Deedless 

Deemster 

Deepness 

Deerfold 

Deerhound 

Deerskin 

DefcLument 

Defacer 

Defailiant 

Defcdre 

Defcdqucr 

Defaming 

Defaveur 

Defeasible 

Defeater 

Defecate 

Defection 

Defence 

DrfendabU 

Defendant 

Defensive 

Defensory 

Deference 

Deferment 

Deferred 

Defeuirer 



Decline — continued. 

Must decline furthercorrespond.'nce on the subject 

Wait for a decline 

No immediate prospect of a decline 

At the decline of 

Ever}' prospect of a decline 

No prospect of a decline 

There has been a gradual decline 

There has been a gradual decline caused by 

Continues to decline 

If declines 

If declines to accept 

Decline to accept the proposition 

Decline to act as su^ested 

Therefore must dechne 

Must decline 
Declined. 

Declined with many thanks 

Has (have) not yet declined 

No doubt will be declined 

Would not be declined if offered 
Deck. 

On deck at skippers risk 

On deck at ship's risk 

Owners will not admit deck cargo 

Charterers will not admit deck cargo 

Must not be carried on deck 

Must be carried on deck 

Deck cargo at fidl rate(s) 

Deck cargo at two-thirds full rates 

Deck cargo at half full rates 

Deck cargo at one third full rates 

No cargo to be taken on deck 

Put as much cargo on deck as possible 

Deck cargo all lost 

Deck requires calking 

Deck clean swept of everything 

Deck blown up forward 

Deck blown up aft 

Deck blown up fore and aft 
Deduction. 

Without deduction of any kind 

A small deduction may be allowed 

A deduction of may be allowed 

A deduction of must be claimed 

Only pay under a deduction ol (for) 

What deduction can I (we) allow 

What deduction is required 

I (we) cannot allow any deduction 

No deduction allowed 

Allowing a deduction of 



86 



DEF— DEL 



Code No 

4251 
4252 

4253 
4254 

4255 
4256 

4257 

4258 

4259 
4260 

4261 

4262 

4263 

4264 

4265 

4266 

4267 

4268 

4269 

4270 

4271 

4272 

4273 
4274 

4275 
4276 

4277 
4278 

4279 
4280 

4281 

4282 

4283 

4284 

4285 

4286 

4287 
4288 
4289 
4290 
4291 
4292 

4293 
4294 

429s 
4296 

4297 
4298 

4299 
4300 



Code Word 

Defiatue 

Defiaiory 

Deficienily 

Defile 

Defilcmeni 

Definable 

Definative 

D^nite 

Defied 

Deflecting 

Deflegmer 

Defleurir 

D^Uxion 

Dilate 

Deflower 

D0iwus 

Defoncer 

Deform 

Deformity 

Defrayer 

Defricheur 

Defroque 

DefHy 

Defunct 

Defying 

Deganeur 

Degamir 

Degauchtr 

D^enerate 

Degluer 

DegobiiUs 

Degollar 

Degommage 

Degommer 

Degonfler 

Degout 

Degoutant 

Degradant 

Degrade 

Degrading 

Degravoyer 

Degree 

D^iser 

Degrossage 

Deguerpir 

Dehiscent 

Dehorter 

Deifical 

Deign 

Deiparous 



Defeetive. 

Is (are) defective 

Thoroughly defective 

Report^ defective 

Appear defective 
Defioient 

Cargo turned out deficient 

Goods came to hand deficient 

Is (are) any deficient 

Nothing deficient 
Definite. 

Nothinjg definite settied yet 

There b nothing definite 

Please give definite information 

Please give definite instructions 

Not definite enough 

If you can do something definite 

Must have something more definite [ther delay 

Must have something more definite without fiir- 

Can give (do) nothing more definite at present 

Something definite 

May be able to do something definite 
Delay. 

Will it (they) occasion delay 

How long will the delay last 

There must be no delay 

What causes delay 

Please avoid delay 

Delay departure if you consider advisable 

Delay departure of 

Delay -^— until arrives 

Delay shipment(s) until further advice 

Advise you to deky 

The delay will be considerable 

The delay will be very trifling 

The delay is too great 

In consequence of 's unexpected delay 

Fstimated delay about days 

Estimated delay about one week 

Estimated delay about two weeks 

Estimated delay about three weeks 

Estimated delay about four weeks 

Estimated delay about one month 

Estimated delay about two months 

Estimated delay about three months 

Estimated delay about four months 

Estimated delay about five months 

Estimated delay about six months 

Estimated delay about months 

Delay caused by frost 



DEL 



87 



ConsNo 


Code Word 


Delay— cemtinued. 


4301 


Ddst 


Delay caused by frost not to count, as lay days 


4302 


Deistical 


Not responsible for delay arising from 


4303 


Dejected 


Will probably have delay 


4304 


Dejeuner 


Delay will be about 


4305 


Delabrer 


Causing further delay 


4306 


Delaniera 


Causing further delay and expense 


4307 


Dtlapsian 


For any delay or detention 


4308 


Ddarder 


There will be no delay 


43<59 


Ddasser 


There will be some delay 


43 «o 


Delate 


Delay arising from any cause whatever 


43" 


Delayant 


Would not pay for the delay 
Delay that must be avoidea 


43" 


Ddayemeni 


4313 


Ddeatur 


Delay that must be avoided in future 


4314 


DeUdabU 


Delay that cannot be avoided 


4315 


Delegated 


I am (we are) forced to delay 


431^ 


Delestage 


Occasions delay in loading 


4317 


Ddetory 


Occasions delay in discharging 


43»8 


Deldrear 


Better not delay 


4319 


Ddjt 


Delay is dangerous 


4320 


Ddfinio 


Deliver. 


4321 


Delgado 


Can you deliver 


4322 


DdibaHon 


If you can deliver 


4323 


Ddiberate 


If you cannot deliver 


4324 


Ddicacy 


I ^we^ can deliver 


4325 


Ddiaite 


I (we) cannot deliver 


4326 


Delidaus 


You can deliver 


4327 


Ddieoter 


Do not deliver 


4328 


Ddight 


Shall I (we) deliver 
Will not deliver 


4329 


Delightftd 


4330 


Ddighting 


Cannot deliver 


4331 


Ddineate 


Deliver to instead of as per B/L 


4332 


Delinquent 


Deliver the following to 


4333 


Ddiquiate 


Delivery. 


4334 


Delirancy 


When can you get delivery 


4335 


Ddirious 


Within what time is delivery guaranteed 


4336 


Ddiverant 


I ^we> can get delivery 
I (we) cannot get delivery 


4337 


Deliverer 


4338 


Ddogetnent 


Will guarantee delivery 


4339 


Deliver 


Guarantee delivery before 


4340 


Deloyaute 


Delivery to be completed by (at) 


4341 


Ddphic 


Delivery has taken place 


4342 


Dduder 


No delivery can be made 


4343 


Deludible 


Against delivery 


4344 


Deluge 


Immediate delivery 


4345 


Delusion 


Before delivery 


4346 


Delustrer 


During delivery 


4347 


Deh^r 


After delivery 


4348 


Demagogue 


Eariy delivery 


4349 


Demain 


I-Ate delivery 


4350 


Demandant 


Forward dehveiy 



88 



DEL— DEM 



CodbNo 

4351 
4352 

4353 
4354 

4355 
4356 

4357 

4358 

4359 
4360 

4361 
4362 

4363 
4364 

4365 
4366 

4367 
4368 

4369 
4370 
4371 
4372 

4373 
4374 

4375 
4376 

4377 
4378 

4379 
4380 

4381 
4382 

4383 

4384 

4385 
4386 

4387 
4388 

4389 

4390 

4391 

439« 

4393 

4394 

4395 

4396 

4397 

4398 

4399 
4400 



CoDR Word 

Demasqutr 

Dematage 

Dtmattr 

Demeaning 

Dtmeanour 

Denudiar 

£>emmage 

Demency 

Demented 

Demerit 

Demeubler 

Demeurant 

Demise 

Demisable 

Demisory 

Demitrer 

Democracy 

Democratic 

Demolish 

Demolition 

Demonian 

Demonstrate 

Demontage 

Demoralize 

Demotique 

Dempster 

Demulcent 

Demurely 

Demureness 

Dendritic 

Dentation 

Deniable 

Denial 

Denicheur 

Deni^cUe 

Denization 

Denizen 

Denominate 

Denostador 

DenotabU 

Denotative 

Denoter 

Denouement 

Denouncer 

Denouncing 

Denseness 

Density 

Dentadura 

Dental 

Dentated 



Delivery — continued 
Delivery within 
Delivery before 
Delivery after 
Delivery to commence 
Delivery same as before 
Delivery same as beforei or as near as possible 
Future delivery 
For future delivery 
On final and true delivery 
Wrong delivery caused by 
Stop delivery of the following 
Stop delivery of until you hear from me (us) 

Stop dellTMT of OMfo natn nm gat neoiitr Ibr ftvlghl 
Hako UTMicmiMnti lor taklnf doUvnj. or 



January delivery 
January/ February delivery 
February delivery 
February/ March delivery 
March delivery 
March/April delivery 
April delivery 
April/ May delivery 
May delivery 
May /June delivery 
June delivery 
June/July delivery 
July delivery 
July /August delivery 
August delivery 
August/September delivery 
September delivery 
September/October delivery 
October delivery 
October/ November delivery 
November delivery 
November/December delivery 
December delivery 
December/ January delivery 
Spring delivery 
Summer delivery 
Autumn delivery 
Winter delivery 
Demand.— (See Products) 
What demand have you for 
Do not demand 

What is the prospective demand 
Is demand hkely to improve 
Is demand likely to continue 
Is demand likely to decline 
What causes the demand 







DEM 89 


CodbNo 


Code Word 


Demand — continued. 


4401 


Dentecillo 


Is the demand speculative 


4402 


Dentelure 


Is the demand genuine 


4403 


Denticle 


The demand is owing to 


4404 


Dentifrice 


The demand is speculative 


4405 


DetUihquy 


The demand is genuine [hand 


4406 


Dentistry 


Demand is short, owing to large quantities on 


4407 


Dentoc?uar 


Demand still continues, though not quite so brisk 


4408 


Denudate 


Demand being still very limited 


4409 


Denude 


Demand is fair 


4410 


Denundctte 


Demand continues fair 


441 1 


Deodand 


Continues in demand 


4412 


Deodorise 


An improved demand looked for 


4413 


Deonerate - 


Demand considerably abated 


4414 


Deoppilate 


Present demand is not urgent 


4415 


Deoxidate 


Less demand expected 


4416 


Departing 


Do not expect demand 


4417 


DfpartntenS 


Demand is declining 


4418 


Depascent 


Demand has declined 


4419 


Depayser 


Demand chiefly for 


4420 


Depecement 


Has (have) been in demand 


4421 


Depeche 


Eager demand (for) 


442 a 


Depectible 


Strong demand (for) 


4423 


Depeindre. 


Good demand (for) 


4424 


Dependency 


Good and active demand (for) 


4425 


Depender 


Moderate demand (for) 


4426 


Deperdit 


Limited demand (for) 


4427 


Depetrer 


Poor demand (for) 


4428 


Depeupkr 


No demand whatever 


4429 


Depict 


More demand 


4»30 


Depiction 


I^ss demand 


4431 


Depilage 


Great local demand 


4432 


Depikdory 


Average local demand 


4433 


Deplaisant 


No local demand 


4434 


Deplantage 


More than enough to meet demands 


4435 


Depledge 


Demand exceeds supply 


4436 


Depletion 


There is a good demand for floating cargoes 


4437 


Depletory 


There is a good demand for coast cargoes 


4438 


Deploring 


There is a moderate demand for floating cargoes 


4439 


Deplume 


There is a moderate demand for coast cargoes 


4440 


Depolarize 


There is no demand for floating cargoes 


4441 


Deponent 


There is no demand for coast cargoes 


4442 


Depoudrer 


Demurrage. 


4443 


Depourvoir 


Avoid demurrage 


4444 


Depopulate 


Will have to pay demurrage 


4445 


Deport 


Enforce payment of demurrage 


4446 


Deporting 


Pay the demurrage 


4447 


Depose 


Refuse to pay the demurrage 


4448 


Depository 


Demurrage can be arranged amicably 


4449 


Depraved 


Days on demurrage 


4450 


Depravity 


What demurrage has been incurred 

1 



90 



DEM— DER 



CodbNo Code Wobd 



445' 

4452 

4453 

4454 

4455 

4456 

4457 

4458 

4459 
4460 

4461 

4462 

4463 
4464 

4465 

4466 

4467 

4468 

4469 

4470 

4471 

447^ 

4473 

4474 

4475 
4476 

4477 
4478 

4479 
4480 

4481 

4482 

4483 
4484 

4485 
4486 

4487 

4488 
4489 
4490 
4491 
4492 

4493 
4494 

4495 
4496 

4497 
4498 

4499 
4500 



Deprecate 

Deprehend 

Depress 

Deprisant 

Depriver 

Deptdshn 

Depurate 

Depttiatiim 

Deputy 

Deracinate 

Derange 

Deranging 

Deray 

Dereduf 

Derechero 

Deregler 

Derider 

Derisive 

DeriHon 

Derivative 

Dermal 

Dermotomy 

Derogate 

Derogatory 

Derogeant 

Deronchar 

Derouter 

Derribado 

Derrick 

Derrubiar 

Dervish 

Desabofiner 

Desabor 

Desabrido 

Desacotar 

Desadomar 

Desafuero 

Desagrado 

Desalmiar 

Desamador 

Dfsbabar 

Desbocado 

Desca/zado 

Descasque 

Descant 

Descanting 

Desceller 

Desatid 

Descendant 

Desccnsion 



Demnrrage — continued. 

— has incurred demurrage 

No demurrage incurred 

What is the amount of demurrage 

Demurrage to be paid at the rate of per day 

Protest against the demurrage 

If any demurrage incurred 

Demurrage has been settled 

Not responsible for demurrage 

Not responsible for demurrage caused by 

Demurrage not to reckon until 

Demurrage at port of loading has not been paid 
Bepaitme. 

Hasten the departure of 

Before departure of 

After departure of 

Telegraph date of departure 

Date of deimrture not yet fixed 
Depend. 

I (we) will depend upon you 

You can depend upon me (us) 

It (they) will entirely depend upon 

Will depend very much upon 

What may I (we) depend upon 

You may depend upon 

Do not depend upon 

If you can depend upon 

If you cannot depend upon 
Depended. 

Can be depended upon 

Cannot be depended upon 

Condition can be depended upon 

Condition cannot be depended upon 
Deposit 

Shall I (we) demand deposit 

has (have) demanded deposit 

Will have to make a deposit 

Insist upon having deposit 

What deposit is recjuired 

Must deposit suiliaent to cover all contingcncii s 

If unable to avoid depoui, make it as small as pos&ibie 

has (have) made a deposit with me (us) 

refuse (s) to make a deposit 

If refuse (s) to make a deposit 

The deposit is all in order 
Derelict 

Is reported derelict 

Has been picked up derelict 

Has been passed derelict 

Have you any news of being derelict 

The — — fell in with the derelict 



CodbNo 

4501 

4502 

4503 

4504 

4505 
4506 

4507 
4508 

4509 

45'o 

45" 

45" 

4513 

45^4 

4515 
4516 

4517 

4518 

45 '9 
4520 

4S21 

4S22 

4523 
4524 

4525 
4526 

4527 
4528 
4529 
4530 
4531 
4532 
4533 
4534 

453S 
4536 

4537 
4538 
4539 
4540 

4541 
4542 

4543 
4544 

4545 
4546 

4547 
4548 
4549 
4550 



CODB WOBD 

Descosido 

Descresiar 

DescribaU 

I}escribing 

Descried 

Descry 



Desempeser 

DesempHt 

DesenjUer 

Desertion 

Deserved 

Desherence 

Desiccate^ 

Desiderate * 

Desidiose 

Designated 

Designed 

Designless 

Desipient 

Desirable 

Desistance 

Desistive 

Desolate 

Desolating 

Desolatory 

Desqpilant 

Desarmais 

Despair 

Despairing 

Despection 

Desperate 

Despicable 

Despiser 

Despite 

Despoil 

Despoiling 

Despolvar 

Despond 

Despondent 

Desponsate 

Despot 

Despotical 

Despotism 

Despuniate 

Desraspar 

Dessale 

Dessert 

Dessouler 

Destechar 



91 



— derelict and towed 
[her in here (into ) 



DEB— PES 

Jkst€&x^r^amtintud, 

The fell in with the 

DeioriptioiL 

Of any description 

Of same description as last 

A better description than last 

Send full description 

Full description by first post 

Full description will be sent as soon as possible 

Nothing of that description to be had 

Accoidiiig to description 
Deserted. 

of the crew of have deserted 

Captain of has deserted 

Mate of — has deserted 

Chief engineer of has deserted 

Has (have) deserted 

Having deserted the ship 
Despatch. 

When will you despatch 

Can you despat h 

Do not despatch 

Despatch ( ) immediately 

Cannot despatch until 

Cannot despatch until end of this week 

Cannot despatch until end of this month 

With all possible despatch 

Give her all possible despatch 

When did you despatch 

Despatch must be guaranteed 

What despatch can you positively offer 

Can guarantee despatch 

Cannot guarantee despatch 

DMpatch xaaon to ba paid at Um rate of -^ per hour ftv ««n7 hour nved 

Must have despatch money 
I (we) cannot agree to pay despatch money 
Free of despatch money 
I (we) intend to despatch 
Will despatch hence to 
Must have prompt despatch 
I ^we) can give the required despatch 
I (we) cannot give the required despatch 
Will give immediate despatch 
Recommend you to despatch 
Recommend you not to despatch 
Despatch vessel with what she has 
Despatohed. 

Will be despatched 
Will be despatched immediately 
Despatched yesterday 
Despatched to-day 



92 



CodbNo 


CODR WOBD 


4551 


DesUrrar 


4552 


DestinaU 


4553 


Destiny 


4554 


Destitute 


4555 


Destrados 


4556 


Destroyer 


4557 


Destruction 


4558 


Desudation 


4559 


Desuetude 


4560 


Desultory 


4561 


Des7fentura 


4562 


Desvoiver 


4563 


Detach 


4564 


Detaching 


4565 


Detachment 


4566 


Detail 


4567 


Detaillant 


4568 


Detaifider 


4569 


Detect 


4570 


Detection 


4571 


Detenu 


4572 


Detergent 


4573 


Determent 


4574 


Determiner 


4575 


Detersive 


4576 


Detestable 


4577 


Detester 


4578 


Detesting 


4579 


Detonate 


4580 


Detonation 


4581 


Detoniu 


4582 


Detortion 


4583 


Detorquer 


4584 


Detouper 


4585 


Detour 


4586 


Detract 


4587 


Detractive 


4588 


Detraquer 


4589 


Detriment 


4590 


Detrition 


4591 


Detromper 


4592 


Detrude 


4593 


Detruncate 


4594 


Deturpar 


4595 


Deturpate 


4596 


Devaler 


4597 


Devantier 


4598 


Devast 


4599 


Deiiastate 


4600 


Develop 



DES— DET 

Despatched — continued. 

Will be despatched to-morrow 
Will be despatched end of this week 
Will be despatched end of this month 

Before is despatched 

After is despatched 

Destination. 
Telegraph destination of 



Has amved at destination 

Destination of not yet fixed 

Destination not known 

Destination to be kept absolutely secret 

Will telegraph destination as soon as possible 

Can you possibly change destination 

I (we) wish to change destination of 

I (we) wish to change destination from to — 

Wish(es) to change de^t nation of 

Wish(es) to change destination from to 

Will allow change of destination if 

Will not allow change of destination 

Will allow change of destination for £ 

I (we^ cannot allow change of destination 

I (we) will allow change of destination for jQ 
Destroyed. 

How was it (were they) destroyed 

Destroyed by ^'ater 

Destroyed by flood 

Destroyed by fire 

Destroyed by tempest 

Entirely destroyed 

Great portion (bf ) destroyed 

Has (have) destroyed 

Must be effectually destroyed 

On no account to be destroyed 
Detained— (See Delay). 

Detained by bad weather 

Detained by ice 

Detained by the authorities 

Detained by Board of Trade 

Detained by the owner(s) 

Detained by the merchant(s) 

Expect will be detained 

Should the vessel be longer detained 

Should the vessel be likely to be detained 

Must not be detained 

Detained by contrary winds 

Can be detained 

Can be detained 

Can be detained for a day or two 

Is (are) detained in consequence of 

Will be detained 



BET— DIM 



93 



CodbNo 

4601 
4602 

4603 

4604 

4605 

4606 

4607 
4608 

4609 
4610 
461 1 
4612 

4613 
4614 

4615 

4616 

4617 

4618 
4619 

4620 
4621 
4622 

4623 
4624 
4625 

4626 

4627 
4628 
4629 
4630 

4631 
4632 

4633 
4634 

463s 

4636 
4637 

4638 

4639 

4640 

4641 
4642 

4643 
4644 

464s 

4646 

4647 
4648 
4649 
4650 



Code Word 

Developing 

Devengar 

Devergence 

Devenoir 

DevexUy 

Deviate 

Deviously 

Devisable 

Deviser 

Devitation 

Devoid 

Devolve 

Devorant 

Devotedly 

Devotement 

Devotion 

Devourer 

Devoutly 

Devoutness 

Dewberry 

Dewdrop 

Dewiness 

Dexter 

Dexterity 

Dexterous 

Dextral 

Dextrality 

Diabetes 

Diablotin 

Diabolical 

Diachylum 

Dicuitron 

Diaconal 

Diacritic 

Diadem 

Durfragma 

Diagnosis 

Diagonal 

Diagram 

Dial 

Dialect 

Dialogism 

Dialogue 

Dialplate 

Diaiytic 

Diamantino 

Diameter 

Diamond 

Dianaiie 

Diapason 



Detained — continued 

Will be detained about 
Detention. 



days 



Will there be any detention * 

Do not expect detention 

Detention caused by 

Detention caused bv frost, quarantine, riots and 
Died. [strikes of workmen excepted 

Has ^have) died 

Has (have) died on the voyage 

Died on the 

Died at on the 

Died suddenly 

Died suddenly on the » 

Differenee. 

What is the difference 

Must make some difference 

There is considerable difference 

There is no difference 

All difference to be paid for 

Can see very little difference 

Owing to difference between sellers and buyers 

Settle the difference as best you can 

Cannot the difference be arranged 

At difference quoted 
Difflenlty. 

Is there any difficulty 

1 ^we^ have great difficulty with the authorities 

I (we) have no difficulty with the authorities 

If you have any difficulty 

If you have any difficulty apply to 

If you have any difficulty with the authorities 

If you have no difficulty with the authorities 

I (we) will have no difficulty 

I (we) will have great difficulty 

is (are) reported in difficulty 

Will have no difficulty 

Will have great difficulty 

I (we) have a difficulty 

If there is no difficulty would prefer 

If any difficulty in loading 

If any difficulty in discharging 

If no difficulty in loading 

If no difficulty in discharging 

Great difficult in loading 

Great difficulty in discharging 

No difficulty in loading 

No difficulty in discharging 

Telegraph me (us) how you wisli difficulty arranged 
Dimensions. 

Please give dimensions of 



94 



DIM— DIS 



CodbNo 

4631 
4632 

4633 
4654 

4635 
4656 

4657 
4658 

4659 
4660 

4661 

4662 

4663 

4664 

4663 

4666 

4667 

4668 

4669 

4670 

4671 

4672 

4673 
4674 

4675 
4676 

4677 
4678 

4679 

4680 

4681 

4682 

4683 

4684 

4685 

4686 

4687 

4688 

4689 

4690 

4691 

4692 

4693 
4694 

4695 
4696 

4697 

4698 

4699 

4700 



COOB WOSD 

Diaper 

DiapharUc 

Diaphorese 

Diaphra^ 

Diarian 

Diary 

Diastole 

Diathesis 

Diatonic 

DiairiHst 

Dibble 

Dibstone 

Dicacite 

Dichroism 

Dictate 

Dictation 

Diction 

Dictionary 

Didactic 

Didler 

Diedral 

Dietary 

Dietetic 

Diezmar 

Difamcubr 

Differ 

Differing 

Difficile 

Diffidence 

Difformity 

Diffract 

Diffuse 

Diffusive 

Digerent 

Digest 

Digestible 

Digestion 

Digging 

Dipt 

Digitalia 

Diglyph 

Dignarse 

Dignement 

Dignified 

Dignitary 

Digonous 

Digression 

Dilacerer 

Dilaniate 

Dilapidate 



Dimeniloin rantiHuetL 

Please give dimensions of the lai|^ piece 

You omit dimensions 

Dimensions are 

Dimensions are length — breadth ^ depth — 

Dimensions are too great 

Up to any dimensions 

Dimensions no object 

Dimensions are beyond my (our) management 

Dimensions unknown 
3)irect 

Direct from port of loading 

Direct to port of dischaige 

Direct from port of loading to port of £schaige 

Direct from ■ 

Direct to — 

If ordered direct 

If not ordered direct 

Direct in ballast 

To go direct in ballast 

Either direct or by transhipment 



Do not disappoint me (us) 

Do not disappoint — • [( ) 

I am (we are) a^mid I (we) shall disappomt you 
If you disappoint me (us) [be serious 

If you disappoint me (us) the consequences may 



I am (we are) very much disappointed 

is (are) very much disappointed 

Sincerely apologise for having disappointed 
Having disappomted me (us) [open (but to) 
Having disappointed me (us) no other recourse 

Disborsements.— (See Charges) 
Disbursements are heavy 
Disbursements are light 
Charge disbursements to — - 
Add disbursements to >■ 
Chaige disbursements forward 
Charge disbursements to me (us) 
Against disbursements 
Will not pay the disbursements 
Shall I (we) pay the disbursements 

Discharge. 

Captam refuses to discharge (at ) 

Captain refuses to go on with the dischaige 
Charterers (consignees) refuse to dischaige (at — ) 
Charterers (consignees) refuse to go on with the 
Have you commenced the dischar]|e [discharge 
How are you getting on with the discharge 
When will you commence the dischaige 



DIS 



95 



CodbNo 

4701 
4702 

4703 

4704 

470s 
4706 

4707 

4708 

4709 



o 

I 

2 

3 

4 

S 
6 

7 
8 



47 
47 
47 
47 
47 
47 
47 
47 
47 

47 

4720 

4721 
4722 

47»3 

4724 

472s 
4726 

47*7 
4728 

4729 

4730 
4731 
4732 

4733 
4734 
4735 
4736 

4737 
4738 

4739 
4740 

4741 

4742 

4743 

4744 

4745 
4746 

4747 
4748 
4749 
4750 



CoDB Word 

DUaiador 

DilatabU 

ZHlaU 

Dilation 

Dilatory 

Dilemma 

Diligent 

Dilettanie ' 

Diludd 

Dilution 

Diluvial 

Dimble 

Dimensive 

Dimication 

Diminish 

Diminutive 

Dimity 

Dimness 

Dimpled 

Dinataire 

Dindonneau 

Dineroso 

Dineticcd 

Dingdong 

Dinginess 

Dinner 

Dinielar 

Diocesan 

Diodonto 

Dioptric 

Diorama 

Dioristic 

Diphthong 

Dipioite 

Diploma 

Diplomatic 

Dipping 

Dipterous 

Diptheria 

Diptica 

Diptongar 

Directive 

Directory 

Direful 

Direness 

Dirge 

Dirigent 

Dirimant 

Dirimir 

Dirtiness 



JHuibBXgB^contimted, 

When will you finish the discharge 

If you have commenced the dischaige 

If you have not commenced the discharge 

If you have finished the discharge 

If you have not finished the discharge 

Have you finished the discharge 

Not yet commenced the discharge 

Have commenced the discharge 

Have got on with the discharge as far as 

Have finished the discharge 

Will commence the dischaige 

Will finish the dischaige 

Discharge as speedily as possible 

Is (are) waiting orders to discharge 

Send orders to discharge as socn as possible 

Arrange to discharge 

Cannot dischaige 

Must discharge and restow cargo 

Must discharge to repair 

Must entirely dischaige to get at leak (to repair) 

Must discharge cargo 

Must discharge to drydock 

Must partly discharge to 

Must partly discharge to drydock 

Must partly discharge to get at leak (to repair) 

Must partly dischaige to cross the bar 

Do not dischaige [and avoid straining 

Dischaige only sufficient to allow dry docking 

Do not discharge unless absolutely necessaiy 

To dischaige at 

Proceed to for discharge 

Now ready to discharge 

During the discharge 

When ready to discharge 

Discharge mto lighters 

Will have to discharge into lighters [caigo 

Shall I (we) discharge the damaged part of the 

Dischaige the damaged part of the cargo 

Discharge only such portion of caigo as absolutely 

Shall not require to discharge [necessary 

Impracticable to discharge here 

Impracticable to dischaige at 
Sisohai^d. 

When will the be discharged 

Is (are) all discharged 

Will be discharged 

Will be discharged as quickly as possible 

Will be discharged on or about 

Will be discharged into hulks (lighters) 

All cargo dischaiged 



CodeNo 

475 « 
4752 
47S3 
4754 
4755 
4756 

4757 
4758 

4759 
4760 

4761 
4762 

4763 
4764 

4765 
4766 

4767 
4768 

4769 

4770 

4771 
477a 

4773 
4774 

4775 
4776 

4777 

4778 

4779 
4780 

4781 
4782 

4783 
4784 

4785 
4786 

4787 
4788 

4789 

4790 

4791 
4792 

4793 
4794 

4795 
4796 

4797 
4798 

4799 
4800 



Code Word 

Disability 

Disabuse 

Disaffect 

Disagree 

DisaUy 

Disanimate 

Disarm 

Disarray 

Disastrous 

Disavow 

Disband 

Disbanding 

Disbelief 

Disburser 

Disburthen 

Discarding 

Discamate 

Disceptar 

Discern 

Discerning 

Disciple 

Discipline 

Disclaim 

Disclosure 

Discolor 

Discomfort 

Discommode 

Discompose 

Disconcert 

Discontent 

Discord 

Discordant 

Discourage 

Discourse 

Discovery 

Discredit 

Discreet 

Discrepant 

Discritment 

Discrimen 

Disculper 

Discursive 

Discursory 

Discuss 

Disdain 

Disdainful 

Disdaining 

Disecador 

Disembody 

Disenchant 



DIS 

KMohiigei'-continued. 

Is (are) now being dischaiged ' 

Part cargo discharged 

Nothing discharged 

Now discharged 

When dischuged 

Is (are) discharged 

Has discharged 

Discharged in first-rate condition 

Discharged in good condition 

Discharged in very bad condition 

Discharged in bad condition 

Discharged in heated condition 

Dischaiged in mildewy condition 

Discharged and despatched 

Is being discharged into hulks (lighters) 

Has been discharged into hulks (lighters) 

To be discharged at 

To be discharged in hours after arrival 

To be discharged at not less than tons per day 

To be discharged at one port only 

To be discharged at two ports only 

To be discharged as fast as vessel can deliver 

To be discharged as quickly as possitile 

To be discharged with all possible despatch 

To be discharged in day* [tinent 

10 % additional if discharged at a port on the Con- 
— additional if discharged at a port on the Con- 
— — additional if discharged at [tinent 

The damaged caigo has been discharged 
The damaged cargo is being discharged 

Bboald the wmSm npoii tmnI's wiiTal at —.or while there. 1 
the dlnhaife, veHel to heve the llbertj to proeeed to — end there dellTer gi 

All the cargo will have to be discharged 

Part of the caigo will have to be discharged 
DiBohar^g.--(See Days) 

For discharging 

Now discha^ng 

When discharging commences 

When discharging finished 

Without discharging 

Finished discharging 

Finished discharging to-day 

Finished discharging yesterday 
Disconnected. 

Is disconnected 

Believed to be disconnected 
Siscontmne. 

Discontinue sending forward 

I (we) discontinue sending forward 

I (we) will discontinue sending forward after 
Discontinned. 



prevent nritnp 
oode 



J 



GodeNo Code Word 



4801 
4S02 
4803 
4804 
4805 
4806 
4807 
4808 
4809 
4810 
481 1 
4812 

4813 
4814 

481S 
4816 

4817 
4818 
4819 
4820 
4821 
4822 

4823 
4824 

4825 
4826 

4827 
4828 
4829 
4830 

4831 

4832 

4833 

4834 

483s 
4836 

4837 
4838 

4839 
4840 

4841 

4842 

4843 
4844 

4845 
4846 

4847 
4848 

4849 
4850 



Disfavour 

Disfigure 

Disforest 

Disgorge 

Disgorging 

Disgrace 

Disgregaie 

Disguise 

Disgust 

Dishearten 

Dishers 

Dishevel 

Dishing 

Disincline 

Disinherit 

Disinter 

Disinthral 

Disjoint 

Disliking 

Dislocate 

Dislodge 

Disloyal 

Dismally 

Dismalness 

Dismantle 

Dismay 

Dismember 

Dismount 

Disoblige 

Disparage 

Disparity 

Dispel 

Dispelling 

Dispensary 

Dispensing 

Disperge 

Dispersion 

Distant 

Display 

Displaying 

Disponge 

Disproof 

Disprover 

Disptusto 

Disputant 

Disputer 

Disqualify 

Disque 

Disquiet 

Disregard 



Dis 97 

IMsoontinnad— ^////>r»ri/. 

Has (have) discontinued 

Has (have) discontinued forwarding 

Has have discontinued manufacturing 
Ditooimt ^bee Cent) 

Can you discount 

I ^we) can discount 

I (we) cannot discount 

If you can discount 

If you cannot discount 

Do not discount 

Without discount 

Bears a heavy discount 

What is the rate of discount 

The discount is small 

Rate of discount 

Discount rate has risen 

Discount rate has fallen 

Discount rate is steady 

The rate of discount has an upward tendency 

The rate of discount has a downward tendency 

Discount requirements are very moderate 

Discount requirements are 

There is a fair demand for discount at the Bank rate 

Owing to the diminution in the demand for discount 

Owing to the increase in the demand for discount 

Discount for cash 

What discount allowed for cash 

Would not object to discount for cash 

Ifioit probaMy % modcrata diiODiiiit would tnduet garment in 



can (will) be allowed as discount 



What discount is required 

Require as discount for cash 

Discount on delivery 

Less the customary discount 

Cannot (will not) allow any discount 
Discretion. 

At your discretion 

At the discretion of — - 

At my (our) discretion 

I (we) have no discretion in the matter 
Dishonest 

The party you refer to is considered dishonest 

Has (have) proved dishonest 
Dispensed. 

Must be dispensed with 

Will be dispensed with 

Cannot be dispensed with 

Has Hiave) been dispensed with 
Disposal 

Please hold to the disposal of 

H 



98 



DIS -DOO 



CodkNo 

4851 
4832 

4853 
4854 

48SS 
4856 

4857 
4858 

4859 
4860 

4861 

4862 

4863 

4864 

4865 
4866 

4867 
4868 
4869 
4870 

4871 
4872 

4873 
4874 

4875 
4876 

4877 
4878 

4879 
4880 

4881 

4882 

4883 

4884 

488s 
4886 

4887 
4888 

4889 
4890 
4891 
4892 

4893 
4894 

4895 
4896 

4897 
4898 

4899 
4900 



CoDB Word 

Disrepute 

Disrespect 

Disrobe 

Disrobing 

Disruption 

Dissect 

Dissection 

Dissembler 

Dissenter 

Dissidence 

Dissiiient 

Dissipdte 

Dissolute 

Dissolvent 

Dissonant 

Dissuader 

Distaff 

Distance 

Distantial 

Distctste 

Distemper 

Distending 

Distension 

Distich 

DistiUer 

Distilling 

Distortion 

Distracted 

Distrainer 

Distraught 

Distrayant 

Distressed 

Distribute 

District 

Disturber 

Disturbing 

Disuelto 

Ditch 

Ditching 

Ditchman 

Ditirambo 

Ditty 

Diuretic 

Diumally 

Divagante 

Divan 

Divarique 

Divergent 

Diversely 

Diversion 



Kxpoml'-continued. 

Is ^are; at your disposal 

Is (are) at the disposal of 
Dispute. 

In event of dispute [petent persons 

In event of dispute to be referred to two com- 

What is the dispute 

The dispute arises from 

Avoid dispute if possible 

Shall I (vessel) wait until dispute is settled 

Dispute is now settled 

Cannot settle the dispute [leave (s) 

Dispute should be settled before you (vessel) 

Leave the dispute to be settled by 

Diver. 

Employ a diver immediately 

No diver can be obtained here 

Diver will be at work 

Diver will be at work to-morrow 

Diver employed 

Diver reports [to dry dock immediately 

Diver reports keel greatly damaged and necessary 

Has been examined by a diver and found all right 

Nothing can be done without a diver 

▲muicanentf htkyrt been mads tor to uamlnafclon by » diver 

Have employed a diver who reports •— ^ and recommends 

Please send diverts) immediately 

I (we) send diver(s) from here 

Diver can do nothing on account of 

Diver can do nothing on account of weather 

Diver can now work more easily 
Dividend. 

What dividend is expected 

What dividend is declared 

Expect a dividend of 

Will pay a dividend of 

Will not pay a dividend 

Has (have) declared a dividend of 

Is (are) expected to declare a dividend of I last 

Is (are^ expected to declare a larger dividend tlian 

Is (are) expected to declare a smaller dividend than 

offer a dividend of in the £ [last 

Shall I (we) accept the dividend on your behalf 

Accept the offered dividend of in the j^ 

Cannot accept the dividend offered 
Dock. 

Is in dock 

Arrived in dock 

Outside the dock 

Will be in dock next tide 

Will be in dock to-morrow 



DOO 



99 



CodbNo 

4901 
4902 

4903 
4904 

4905 
4906 

4907 

4908 

4909 

4910 

491 1 

4912 

49^3 
4914 

491S 
4916 

4917 
4918 

4919 

4920 

4921 

4922 

4923 
4924 

4925 
4926 

4927 

4928 

4929 

4930 
4931 
4932 

4933 
4934 

4935 
4936 
4937 
493« 

4939 
4940 

4941 

4942 

4943 
4944 

4945 
4946 

4947 
4948 

4949 
4950 



C6DB Word 

Divesture 

DividabU 

Dividuous 

Divituttum 

Divinement 

Diviner 

Divisional 

Divorce 

DivorcibU 

Divorcing 

DtvulgaU 

Divulger 

Divulsian 

Dizenier 

Dizziness 

Doatingly 

Doblcub 

Docile 

Docility 

Dodmacy 

DodnuLstic 

Docket 

Dockleaf 

Dockman 

Docksm 

Dockyard 

Doctor 

Doctrinal 

Dodger 

Dodiner 

Dogaresse 

Dogberry 

Dogfish 

Doggerel 

Dogleech 

Dogma 

Dogmatic 

Dogrose 

Dogsmeat 

Dogstar 

Dogtrot 

Dogwatch 

Dogwood 

Doigtier 

Dolaire 

Dolamas 

JDoleful 

Dolencia 

Dolesome 

Doiiman 



Dock. — continued. 
Will be obliged to dock 
Will be delayed in dry dock 
Will be out of dry dock on or about 
Must dry dock [hauling 

Must dry dock upon arrival for thorough over- 

Miut d>7 dock upon arrival Ibr (honmch ovcrtuwling 1 Mnnce to avoid 

rdelar 

Put into dry dock 

Engage a. dry dock 

Engage a dr^ dock to avoid delay 

Get permission to go into Government dock 

Have engaged a dry dock 

Will go into Government dock 

Cannot obtain Government dock 

What dock accommodation have you 

What dock accommodation is there at 

Ample dock accommodation here (at ) 



Than Is not ■uffloiant dock aceommodation hen (at — ) 



) 



far ai 



No dock accommodation whatever here (at - 
Docking. 
Docking of 
During docking of 
Arrange for docking upon arrival of 

Must go to for docking 

Send to immediately for docking 

Unless absolutely necessary, avoid docking 

'Dnka abaolatoly neaemarir avoid doddns, and acrub her down aa 
^ Cpoarible whra light 

Dooiiment(i). 

In exchange for documents 

Deliver documents against 

Deliver documents against acceptance 

Do not deliver the documents 

You may deliver the documents 

Send me (us) necessary document(s) 

Forward all documents for our approval before 

Documents are not in order [signature 

Documents are all in order 

Documents will follow 

Documents will be handed to you 

Documents to be handed to you as usual 

Documents to accompany draft 

I (we^ have given up the documents 

I (we) have not given up the documents 

The document(s) has (have) been sent 

Documents forwarded by this mail 

Documents will be forwarded by next mail 

Documents were forwarded by last mail 

Documents will be sent as soon as possible 

Send necessary document(s) to 

Necessary document(s) has (have) been sent to — 
Document(s) is (are) received 
H 2 



lOO 



DOO-DOU 



CodbNo 

495^ 

49S2 

4953 

4954 

4955 

4956 

4957 

4958 

4959 
4960 

4961 

4962 

4963 
4964 

4965 
4966 

4967 

4968 

4969 

4970 

4971 
4972 

4973 

4974 

4975 
4976 

4977 
4978 

4979 
4980 

4981 

4982 

4983 
4984 

4985 
4986 

4987 
4988 

4989 
4990 

4991 

4992 

4993 

4994 

4995 
4996 

4997 
4998 

4999 
5000 



CoDB Word 

Dolly 

Dolomite 

Dolorific 

Dolorous 

Dolphin 

Doltish 

Domadura 

Domain 

Domanial 

Domed 

Domestic 

Domicile 

Dominant 

Domineer 

Dominical 

Dominion 

Dompteur 

Donary 

Donatario 

Donation 

Donatista 

Doncella 

Donneur 

Donosidad 

Donship 

Donzelie 

Doomsday 

Doorkeeper 

Doorsill 

Doradilla 

Doremal 

Dorian 

Dorical 

Dorloter 

Dormant 

Dormidera 

Dormirlas 

Dormitory 

Dormouse 

Doronic 

Dorsifero 

Dotage 

Dotardly 

Dotingly 

Dotterel 

Doublet 

Doubtfully 

Doucement 

Douceur 

Doughy 



Docii]nent(g) — continued. 

bocument^s^ is (are) not received 

Document(s) must oe returned 

Duplicate document(s) will be sent 

All documents must be legalized 

Proper documents must accompany the goods 

Endeavour to obtain the document(s) 
Doing. 

Telegraph what is doing 

I am (we are) doing my (our) best 

What are you doing about (with) 

Is anything doing 

I am (we are) not doing anything 

I (we) intend doing 

If by so doing 
Done. 

It (they^ must be done 

Can it (they) be done 

When will it (they) be done 

Has (have) been done already 

Will be done soon 

If it (they) can be done 

If it (they) cannot be done 

It ^they) can be done 

It (they) cannot be done 

Will endeavour to get it (them) done 

Ought to be done 

Ought not to be done 

If not done 

If done here 

If done in your place 

It (they) shall be done 

How can it (they) be done 

You have done right 

You have done wrong 

You have done very well 

You have done badly 

You have done fairly 

When can it (they) be done 

Do not think it (they) can be done 

If anything is to be done 

Nothing can be done * 

Nothing can be done owing to 

Very much has been done 

Very little has been done 

Provided it (they) can be done cheaply 
Doubt 

Is thei^ any doubt about it (them) 

There is a doubt about it (them) 

There is no doubt about it (them) 

Have you any doubt 



DOU— DRA 



lOI 



CodbNo 

5001 
5002 

5004 

5005 
5006 

5007 

5008 

5009 

5010 

501 1 

5012 

5013 
5014 

5015 
5016 

5017 
5018 

5019 
5020 

5021 

5022 

5023 
5024 

5025 
5026 

5027 

5028 

5029 

5030 

5031 
5032 

5033 

5034 

5035 

5036 

5037 

5038 

5039 
5040 

5041 
5042 

5043 
5044 

5043 
5046 

5047 
5048 

5049 
5050 



CoDB Word 

Dovecot 

Dovelike 

Dovetail 

Do7vager 

Dowdyish 

Dowered 

Dowerlesi 

Downcast 

Downpour 

Downward 

Downy 

Dowress 

Doxology 

Dozing 

Drabbish 

Draconfic 

Drafted 

Draggle 

Dragon 

Dragonade 

Dragonfly 

Dragsman 

Drain 

Drainage 

Dram 

Dramatical 

Dramatist 

Draper 

Drastic 

Drawbctck 

Drawbridge 

Drawl 

Drayagt 

Drawlish 

Drayman 

Dreader 

Dream 

Dreaming 

Dreamless 

Dreary 

Dredger 

Drench 

Dresser 

Dressing 

Driblet 

Drilling 

Drinker 

Driveller 

Driving 

Drizzly 



Doubt — continued. 

I (we) have no doubt 

Has (have) no doubt 

Sorry to bear there is a doubt about 

Glad to hear there is no doubt about 
Draft 

Please pay draft 

Please pay draft when presented 

Have paid draft as desired 

Please provide for draft 

Send me (us) draft upon 

I ^we) send you draft upon 

Will send you draft upon 

Draft advised in letter not received 

I (we) send draft by first post [duly accepted 

Draft^s) enclosed m your letter of is (are^ 

Draft(s) enclosed in your letter of is (are) 

I ^we) shall not honor your dnsUt [not accepted 

I (we) will accept your draft 

I (we) have honored your draft 

WI1J will Ounre) yon not honorfcd) my (onr) dimft on yo« fw t -— 
I (we) hftve honored your drsft Ibr t — bat dwll not go ftirthflr 

Your draft for £, has been dishonored at 

PleMe to honor dnft against ihlpincnt of , and place mum to my (our) 

[debit 
Ttoaae do not teward the draft on — — iiittfl yon hc«r fiirtber from ma (ua) 

Draft is retained 

What is the draft of water 

Draft not to exceed 

Light draft is indispensable 

Light draft is not indispensable 

Draft of water is feet 

What is her draft of water when laden 

Dralt of water when fully laden feet 

Draft of water when light feet 

Draw— (See Date, Sight). 
On whom shall I (we) draw 
May I (we) draw on you 
You may draw on me (us^ 
You cannot draw on me (us) 
I (we) can draw 
I (we) cannot draw 
Arrange to draw upon 
Draw upon me (us) in any way you think best 

Have instructed to draw upon you 

At what usuance am I (ar^ we) to draw 
At what usuance can you draw 
Draw with bill of lading attached 
Draw with documents attached 
To what amount may I (we) draw 
With orders to draw on you 
With orders to draw on me (us) 



I02 



DRA— DUE 



CodeNo 

505^ 
5052 

5053 
5054 

5055 
5056 

5057 
5058 

5059 
5060 

5061 

5062 

5063 

5064 

5065 
5066 

5067 

5c68 
5069 
5070 

5071 
5072 

5073 
5074 

5075 
5076 

5077 

S078 

5079 
5080 

S081 

5082 

5083 
5084 

S085 
5086 

5087 
5088 

5089 
5090 

5091 
5092 

5093 
5094 

5095 
5096 

5097 
5098 

5099 
5100 



Code Word 

Droguete 

Droguetier 

Droitemmt 

Droll 

Drollery 

Dromedary 

Dronish 

Drooping 

Droplet 

Dropsical 

Dropsy 

Drosometer 

Dross 

Drossiness 

DroUhel 

Drot^ht 

Drover 

Drowsiness 

Drowsy 

Drudgery 

Druggist 

Druid 

Druidical 

Drumhead 

Drummer 

Drumstick 

Drying 

Dryness 

Dualism 

Dubiate 

Dubious 

Dubitdtian 

Ducado 

Ducal 

Duchess 

Duckling 

Duckpond 

Duckweed 

Ductile 

Ductility 

Dudgeon 

Dueller 

Duet 

Dukedom 

Dulcamara 

Dulcet 

Duldfier 

Dulciloquy 

Dulcimer 

Dulclorate 



Draw — continued. 

Now wish to draw out 

I ^we^ beg to draw out 

I (we) cannot allow you to draw out 
Drawbaek. 

Recover the drawback 

Drawback can be recovered 

Drawback cannot be recovered 
Drawn. 

I (we) have to-day drawn on you 

Drawn on you by 

Drawn on by -^ 

To whai amount have you drawn 

I (we) have drawn upon you 

Has (have) drawn upon us ; telegraph instruction 

Has (have) drawn on me (as) with bill of lading attached 

Has (have) drawn on me (as) with documents attached 

Has (haye) drawn on me (us) without biU of lading attached 

Has (have) drawn on me (us) without documents attadied 

Has ^have) overdrawn his (their) credit 

You nave already overdrawn your account 
Drown6d.~(See Craw) 

The captain is drowned 

The mate is drowned 

The chief engineer is drowned 

Part of the crew drowned 

All the crew drowned 

Some of the passengers drowned 

All the passengers drowned 

Some of the crew and passengers drowned 

All the crew and passengers drowned 

About • persons drowned 

Telegraph list of the drowned 

The following is (are) drowned 
Dnmk.— (See Crew). 

The captain is drunk 

The captain is continually drunk 

The chief engineer is drunk 

The chief engineer is continually drunk 
Due. 

Due on or about 

Now about due 

Due yesterday 

Due this morning 

Due to-morrow 

Due next week 

Due next month 

Not due for some time 

Overdue 

You will be put in funds before due 
Dues. 



DUE— DUT 



103 



CodbNo 



5 
5 
S 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
S 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
S 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
S 
S 
5 
5 
5 



01 
02 

03 
04 

05 
06 

07 

08 

09 

;o 

1 

2 

3 

A 

5 
6 

7 
8 

9 
20 

21 

22 

23 
24 

25 

26 
27 
28 
29 

30 
31 
32 
33 
34 

35 
36 

37 
38 

39 

40 

41 
42 

43 

44 

45 
46 

47 
48 

49 
SO 



Code Wosd 

Duilard 

DuUardism 

Dulfuss 

Dulocracy 

Dumbly 

Dutnfound 

Dumbness 

Dummy 

Dumpish 

Dumpling 

Dunce 

Dundfy 

Dundiver 

Dungeon 

Dunner 

Dunning 

Duodeamo 

Dupe 

Duplex 

Duplicated 

Duplicity 

Duquesa 

Durable 

Duraderas 

Duramater 

Duramen 

Duration 

Durdr 

Dureless 

Durillan 

Durmentes 

Duskily 

Duskiness 

Duster 

Dustkole 

Dustman 

Dutchman 

Duteous 

Dutifully 

Dwarf 

Dwarfish 

Dtvelling 

Dwindle 

Dyeing 

Dyestick 

Dyke 

Dynamiter 

Dynamical 

Dytiastic 

Dyscrasy 



Duet — continued. 

Freighter to pay all customary dues 

Ship to pay all customary dues 

Charterers (consignees) to pay dock dues 

Shipowners to pay dock dues 

What dues are there to pay 

Free of all dues 

The dues are very heavy 

The dues are very light 

The dues are moderate 

The dues for account of 

All dues on cargo to be paid by the goods 

Canal dues to be paid by ship 

Canal dues to be paid by charterers (consignees) 

Charterers (consignees) agree to pay canal dues 

Shipowners agree to pay canal dues 

Charterers (consignees) object to pay canal dues 

Shipowners object to pay canal dues 
Dunnage 

Dunnage required 

Dunnage not required 

Use sufficient dunnage 

Use plenty of dunnage 

Dunnage if required to be provided by charterers 

Dunnage if required to be pro\dded by the ship 

Dunnage insufficient 

Ship as dunnage 

Can it be taken as dunnage freight free 

To be taken as dunnage freight free 

Will not provide the necessary dunnage 

Allowing as dunnage 

Duty. 

Pay the duty immediately 

Do not pay the duty until further orders 

Has the duty been paid 

Duty has not been paid 

Duty has been paid 

What is the rate of duty 

What is the amount of duty 

The duty for account of 

The duty is as follows 

Any extra duty levied on account of 

Any extra duty levied 

Propose levying duty on 

When will the new duty come into operation 

The new duty comes into operation 

The duty will be raised on and after 

The duty is expected to be raised 

The duty will be lowered on and after 

The duty is expected to be lowered 

Propose abolishing the duty 



I04 



DUT— EPP 



CodrNo 

S'5i 
5152 
5153 
5154 
5135 
S156 
S157 
S'58 

S159 
5160 

5161 

5162 

5163 
5 '64 
5»6s 
5166 
5^67 
5168 

5*69 
5170 
5171 
S172 
5173 
5174 

S175 
S176 

5177 
5178 

S179 
5180 

5181 

5182 

5183 
S»84 

S185 
5186 

5187 
5188 

5189 
S«90 
5191 
5192 
S193 
5^94 
5195 
5196 
5197 
j'98 

5199 
5200 



Code Word 
DysdasiU 
Dysenteric 
Dysaitery 
Dyspasia 
Dysptptic 
Dysphony 
EAGERLY 
Eagerfiess 
Eaglet 
Earache 
Earldom 
Earliness 
Earnestly 
Earthen 
Earthquake 
Earwig 
Easel 
Easeless 
Ecuement 
Ecuterling 
Eatable 
Eater 
EcUif^ 
Eatmll 
Eavesdrop 
Ebarbage 
Ebauche 
Ebbing 
Ebeniste 
Eblouir 
Ebonize 
Ebony 
EbracetcUe 
Ebrafuher 
Ebrillade 
Ebrouer 
Ebullition 
Eburnean 
Ecacher 
Ecaille 
Ecarteler 
Ecbatic 
Eccentric 
Ecclesiast 
Ecervele 
Echafaua 
Echappaae 
Echevean 
Echelon 
EclUnate 






is now abolished 

will be abolished on and after 



Ihity — continued 
The duty on — 
The duty on — 
Unable to attend to his duty 
Entirely neglects his duty 
Has now returned to his duty 
Still attends to his duty 
BARLT. 

Too early for my (our) purpose 
Too early to report 
Too early in the season 
Be as early as possible 
As early as possible 
Not early enough 
Earthqnaka 

Has (have) had a severe shock of earthquake 

Severe shock of earthquake felt at 

Earthquake has caused great damage 

Earthquake has cause little damage 

Earthquake has caused no damage 

Earthquake has caused the foLlo¥dDg damage 
Economy. 

There is no economy 

Use every economy 

Every economy will be used 
EoonomioaL 

Make an economical arrangement 

Keep the charges as economical as possible 

Appears to be the most economical course 
Effect 

Your proposal is of no effect 

Carry into effect 

To take effect on and after 

To take effect on or before 

What will be the effect 

Will have the desired effect 

Will not have the desired effect 

Will have very little effect 

Will have very great effect 

May have some effect 

Do not know what the effect might be 

To same effect 

To same effect as before 

To this effect 
Effort 

Every effort must be made 

Make every possible effort 

Every effort will be made 

Every effort has been made 

I am (we are) making every effort 

I am (we are) making every effort to expedite 



EFF— EBffP 



105 



CoobNo 


CODB WOBD 


Effort — continued. 


5201 


Echinidan 


All efforts are in vain 


5202 


Echo 


My (our) efforts are beginning to have an efifect 


5203 


Echoing 


Either. 


5204 


Echometry 


Either might suit 


5205 


Eclair 


Either will do 


5206 


Eciairage 


Eliewhere. 


5207 


Eclampsy 


I (we^ shall have to apply elsewhere 
Has (have) applied elsewhere 


5208 


Eclat 


5209 


Eclectic 


Tiy elsewhere 


5210 


Eclipse 


Will apply elsewhere 


52" 


Eclipsing 


Cannot apply elsewhere 


5212 


Ecliptique 


Embargo. 


5213 


Eclogue 


Place embargo immediately on 


5214 


EcoUer 


Embaigo has been put upon 


5215 


Economist 


Endeavour to get embaigo removed immediately 


5216 


Ecorcer 


Remove the embaigo immediately 


5217 


Ecosseur 


Cannot remove the embargo until 


S2iS 


Ecremer 


Embargo will be removed to-morrow 


5219 


Ecrevisse 


Embaigo will be removed as soon as possible 


5220 


Ecriteau 


The embaigo is taken off 


5221 


Ecstasy 


Embark. 


5222 


Ecstaiicai 


Embark as soon as possible 


5223 


Eciypal 


Will be ready to embark 


5224 


Ecumage 


Will not be ready to embark until 


5225 


EcumtniccU 


Embark immediately, wait for nothing 


5226 


Ecurie 


Embark without unnecessary delay 


5227 


Edacity 


Embark the passengers as quickly as possible 


5228 


Eddy 


Embezslement 


5229 


Fdenized 


Has (have) committed embezzlement 


5230 


Edentalous 


Is (are) reported to have conmiitted embezzlement 


5231 


Edgemark 


Employ. 


5232 


Edging 


Can you employ 


5233 


Edible 


Shall I (we) employ 


5234 


Edid 


Obtain best possible employ for 


5235 


Edificant 


If you can employ 


5236 


Edifice 


If you cannot employ 


5237 


Edify 


I (we^ can employ 
I (we) cannot employ 


5238 


Edifying 


5239 


Editioner 


Do not employ 


5240 


Editor 


Employ all possible means 


5241 


Editorial 


Employ such means you as consider best 


.5242 


Editress 


Employ all the crew 


5243 


Educate 


Failing better employ 


5244 


Education 


Employed. 


5245 


Affable 


I (we) have employed all possible means 


5246 


Efface 


Has (have) employed all possible means 


5247 


Effaceabl^ 


All the crew are employed 


5248 


Effacement 


All the hands possible are employed 


5249 


Effector 


Must not be employed 


5250 

1 


Effete 


Empty. 



io6 




EMP-ENP 


CODKNO 


CODB WomD 




5251 


Eft:TIUI},!tC 


The vessel is empty 


S«5« 


Effin'aa 


The vessel is nearly empty 


5^53 


Eftctu-y 


Wai be empty very shortly 


5=54 


Eluuul 


Many of the packages are entirely empty 


5=55 


Efjk, 


Many of the packages are nearly empty 


5156 


Ef/li„;,„ 


Many of the pack^es partly empty 


5'57 


EJjh„'i,„„ 


Few of the packages are entirely empty 


5=58 


Eth,x 


Few of the packages are nearly empty 


5=59 


EJ),„.,.:, 


Few of the packages are partly empty 
Emignuito.-{See Numbers, &c.) 


5=60 


EJr..,„,ry 


S=6i 


Ejjuli:cut 


Great number of emigrants offering for • 


5=6= 


Ejf.,'„m 


Can you fix a steamer for emigrants from — to — 


5=63 


EJlu!r,,ly 


Can you fix a saiHngvessel foremigrants from— to — 


5=64 


E;:ialt7iH'Tit 


Can you offer a steamer for emigrants from— to— 


5=65 


E^alitf 


CBnyouofferasailingvesselfor emigrants from — to 


5=«6 


Ej;eri.ui 


Have you accommodation for — emigrants [ — 


5='7 


Kt^hiiitine 


Has (have) no accommodation for emigrants 


5=68 


Egnlism 


Has (have) capital accommodation for emigrants 


5=69 


E^t'/ise 


Can give you the required tonnage for emigrants 


5=70 


Egrrfiu 


Cannotgive you the required tonnage foremigrants 


5=71 


Egrtmige 


If a sufficient number of emigrants 


5=7= 


Egregicus 


How many emigrants are there 


5=73 


Egyptian 


Not sufficient number of emigrants 


5=74 


Eider 


More emigrants than I (we) can carry 


5=75 


Eidograpk 


When will the emigrants be ready 


5=76 


Ejaculate 




5=77 


EjetHng 


Emigrants now ready 


5=78 


Ejeciign 


Emigrants will be ready 


5=79 


Eitetmaa 


Look out for emigrants 


5=80 


ElabonU 


No emigrants from ( ) 


5=8. 


ElaitUc 


No emigrants from here ( ) 


5=8= 


Eiancemaa 


Great number of emigrants from here ( ) 


5=83 


Eland 


Saoonratre. 


5=84 


Elapsed 


I fwe) cannot encourage the business 


5=85 


Mloific 


I fwe) will not encourage the business 


5=86 


Elasticity 


Will not encourage the proposal 


5=87 


ElaU 




5=88 


Elaierium 


Do not encourage 


5=89 


Elbow 


Do not encourage the business 


5=90 


Elderly 


Do not encourage the propc»al 


5291 


Eldest 




5*9= 


EleOary 


Holds out every encouragement 


5*93 


EleOii-e 




5=94 


EleetoraU 


I (we) hold out every encouragement 


5=95 


Eleetrical 




1=96 


Elednfy 


Enflme. 


5=97 


Electro 


Enforce the claim(s) immediately 


5=98 


Elegance 


Enforce the payment(s) immediately 


5*99 


Elegia 


Do not enforce 


5300 


Elegy 


Do not enforce the claim{s) 



ENP— ENG 



107 



CodbNo 

5301 
5302 

5303 

5304 

5305 

5306 

5307 
5308 

5309 
5310 

5311 

5312 

5313 

5314 

5315 
5316 

5317 
5318 
5319 
5320 
5321 
5322 

5323 
5324 

5325 
5326 

5327 
5328 

5329 
5330 

5331 
5332 

5333 
5334 
5335 
5336 

5337 

5338 

5339 
5340 

5341 
5342 

5343 
5344 

5345 
5346 

5347 
5348 

5349 
5350 



C6db Word 

Element 

Elementary 

Elephant 

Eleifote 

Elevaiiofi 

Elfish 

Elicit 

Elicitate 

Eligible 

Eliminate 

Elision 

Elixir 

Elleborine 

EUiptic 

Elocution 

Elongate 

Elongation 

Elopement 

Eloquence 

Eloquently 

Elucidate 

Eluding 

Elvan 

Elysian 

Elytron 

Emaciate 

Emaculate 

Emanate 

Emancipate 

Emhallage 

EmbcUm 

Embander 

Embank 

Embankment 

Embarrass 

Embcusy 

Embaumer 

Embedded 

Embellish 

Embers 

Emblavure 

Emblaze 

Emblazonry 

Emblem 

Emblematic 

Embody 

Emboiter 

Embolden 

Embolus 

Embonpoint 



'SjdfMib— continued. 

Do not enforce the payment(s) 

Will enforce his (their) claim(s) 

Will not enforce his (their) claim(s) 

Will not enforce the payment(s) 
BnfiDroed. 

Must be enforced 

Should be enforced 

Will not be enforced 

Must it be enforced 

Need not be enforced 
Bngaga 

Engage room immediately for —^ 

Engage cargo for 



Engage passengers for 

Engage passengers for the port(s) you name 

Engage cargo for the port(s) you name |name 

Engage passengers and cargo for the port(s) you 

May I (we) positively engage 

At what rate (price) may I (we) engage 

You may engage 

Do not engage 

Do not engage more than 

I ^we^ cannot engage anything here 

I (we) can engage tons here 

What can you engage for 

Do not engage to 

Must engage immediately 

Must engage immediately or lose the opportunity 
Engaged. [for 

Have engaged sufficient passengers and cargo 

Have engaged sufficient passengers for 

Have engaged sufficient cargo for 

Have engaged necessary room 

Have engaged room 

May be engaged 

May not be engaged 

Is (are) fully engaged 

I (we) have not engaged anything 
Engageai6nt(i). 

What engagement(s) have you made 

No new engagement(s) made 

Do not make any engagement 

No positive engagement(s) made yet 

Following engagement(s) made 

Is (are) under engagement(s) 

Will make an engagement 

Will not make an engagement 

Cannot carry out engagement(s) 

Consider(s) engagement not bmding [out 

More engagements than can possibly be carried 



io8 



CodbNo 

5351 
5352 

5353 
5354 

5355 
5356 

5357 
5358 

5359 
5360 

5361 
5362 

5363 
5364 

5365 
5366 

53^57 
5368 

5369 
5370 

5371 
5372 
5373 
5374 

5375 
5376 

5377 

5378 

5379 
5380 

5381 
5382 

5383 

5384 

5385 
5386 

5387 
5388 

5389 
5390 
5391 
5392 

5393 
5394 
5395 
5396 

5397 
5398 

5399 
5400 



Code Word 
Emboss 
Embaucher 
Embrace 
Embrasure 
Embrocate 
Embroider 
Embroil 
Embrute 
Embryo 
Emendation 
Emerald 
Emerge 
Emersion 
Emdical 
Emetine 
Emicaiion 
Eminence 
Emissary 
Emission 
Emit 

Emmenager 
Emittent 
Emollient 
Emolument 
Emotion 
Emottvoir 
Empale 
Empalement 
Empanel 
Empasm 
Empecher 
Emphasis 
EmpiriccU 
Emplead 
Employer 
Emporetic 
Emporium 
Empower 
Emprunt 
Emptiness 
Empyema 
Empyrean 
Emulate 
Emulation 
Emulgent 
Emulous 
Emulously 
Enactment 
Enactor 
Enamel 



ENQ 

Siigitgeinent(8) — continued, 

Verf doubtful if be (they) can (will) meet engagements 

Believe^is (are) fully capable (intend) meeting engagements 

January engageroent(s) 

January/ February engagement(s) 

February engagement(s) 

February /March engBgement(s) 

March engagement(s) 

March /April engagement(s) 

April engagement(s) 

April /May engagement(s) 

May engagements) 

May /June engagement(s) 

June engagement(s) 

June/Jidy engagement(s) 

July engagen)ent(s) 

July/August engagement(s) 

August engagenient(s) 

August/September engagement(s) 

September engagement(s) 

September /October engagement(s) 

October engagement(s) 

October/November engagement(s) 

November engagement(s) 

November /December engagement(s) 

December engagement(s) 

December/January engagement(s) 
Engine.— (See Ship's Gear, &c.) 

Of what power and condition is (are) the engine 

£ngine works badly 

Engine works well 
. Engine will not start 

Engine out of order 

Engine in good order 

Engjne^s) in good order and H.P. 

Engine(s) in bad order and H.P. 

Engine requiries overhauling 

Engine broken down 

Engine of no further use 

Engine must be taken out for repairs 

Must have new engine 
Engineer. 

Chief engineer not on board 

Chief engineer not to be found 

Chief engineer refuses to go to sea 

Chief engineer has left the — [here immediately 

Chief engineer of — to close his accounts and come 

Send chief engineer of here immediately 

Engage fresh chief engineer for 

I (we) send fresh chief engineer for 



Chief engineer is unwell and remains on shore 



CodeNo 

5401 
5402 

5403 

5404 

5405 
5406 

5407 
5408 

5409 

5410 

54" 

5412 

5413 

5414 

5415 
5416 

54^7 

5418 

5419 
5420 

5421 
5422 

5423 
5424 
5425 
5426 

5427 
5428 

5429 
5430 
5431 
5432 
5433 
5434 
5435 
5436 

5437 
5438 

5439 
5440 

5441 
5442 

5443 
5444 

5445 
5446 

5447 
5448 

5449 
5450 



CoDB Word 

Enamour 

Encamp 

Encardion 

Encarpus 

Encaustic 

Encave 

Encmsoir 

Enchant 

Endrcie 

Enclitic 

Enclosure 

Enclumean 

Encomium 

Encompass 

Encore 

Encounter 

Encrier 

Encrinite 

Encroach 

Encrust 

Encumber 

Encyclical 

Endanger 

Endear 

Endearing 

Endearment 

EndemiccU 

Endicter 

Endive 

Endless 

Endmost 

Endormir 

Endorse 

Endow 

Endowment 

Endroit 

Endurance 

Energise 

Enervate 

Enfant 

Enfeeble 

Enfilade 

Enfold 

Enfoldment 

Enforcer 

Engender 

Enginery 

Engloutir 

Engrafted 

Engfain 



ENG— ESO 109 

Engineer — continued. 

Chief engineer is dead 
Enongh. 

Have you had enough 

I ^we^ have quite enough 

I (we) have not enough 

Have you enough 

There is enough 

There is not enough 
Entertain. 

Will you entertain 

I ^we) would entertain 

I (we^ would be inclined to entertain 

I (we) would not entertain 

If you entertain 

If you do not entertain 
Entitled. 

You are not entitled to it 

I am (we are) fully entitled to it 

Cannot be entitled to it 

He is (they are^ fully entitled to it 

He is {they are) not entitled to it 

Not entitled to consideration 

Should be entitled to 
Epidemic. 

Epidemic broken out here (at ) 

Epidemic is increasing 

Epidemic is decreasing 

Epidemic is now raging 

Epidemic now appears to be at an end 

Epidemic broken out again 

Epidemic reported broken out again at 

Error. 

You appear to be in error 

Are you certain you are not in error 

It is an error on your part 

It is an error on my (our) part 

It is an error on my (our) part, and beg to 

There is no error whatever [apologise 

Where is the error 

Correct the error immediately 

Advised in error 

The error is of no consequence 
Escape. 

Escape at once 

Escape is useless 

Has (have) had a very narrow escape 

Mind he (they) do not escape 

Has \have) made his (their) escape [as 

Has (have) made his (their) escape, disguised 

Has (have) made his (their) escape ; all clue lost 



no 



ESO— EXA 



:odbNo 

5451 
5452 

5453 
5454 
5455 
5456 

5457 

5458 

5459 
5460 

5461 
5462 

5463 

5464 

5465 
5466 

5467 
5468 

5469 
5470 

547 1 
5472 

5473 
5474 

5475 
5476 

5477 
5478 

5479 
5480 

5481 
5482 

5483 

5484 

5485 
5486 

5487 
5488 

5489 
5490 
549' 
5492 
5493 
5494 
5495 
5496 
5497 
5498 

5499 
5500 



CoDB Word 

Engrasp 

Engraver 

Engross 

Engulf 

Enhana 

Enhydrite 

Enigma 

Enigmatic 

Enjoin 

Enjoyable 

Enjoying 

Enjoyment 

Enlaidir 

Enlarge 

Enlighten 

Enlist 

Enlistment 

Enliven 

Enmity 

Enneatic 

Enormity 

Enrage 

Enraptured, 

Enrtch 

Enroll 

Enrolment 

Ensconce 

Enshrine 

Ensign 

Enskive 

Entail 

Entangle 

Entelechy 

Enterprise 

Entertain 

Enthral 

Enthrone 

Enthusicut 

Entice 

Enticement 

Entirety 

Entity 

Entoiling 

Entomb 

Entrails 

Entrap 

Entreaty 

Entnpot 

Entretemps 

Entreiien 



Escape — continued. 
Has (have) made his (their) escape, but have some 
There is no escape from it |clue 

Please send estimate(s) 

Obtain estimate(s) soon as possible and telegraph 
At what do you estimate 
I (we) estimate 
I (we) cannot estimate 
Cannot send estimate(s) 
Estimate^s^ will be sent 
£stimate(s) will be sent by next mail 
£stimate(s) was (were) sent by last mail 
You will receive estimate from 
£stimate(s) somewhat exaggerated 
Estimates are low 
Estimates are high 
Estimates are wrong 
Estimates are moderate 
Estimates are accepted 
Estimates are not accepted 
lyenuig. 
This evening 
During the evening 
To-morrow evening 
Yesterday evening 
Late in the evening 
Any evening 
At — — o'clock this evening 



Take evidence 

Evidence is not reliable 

Think the evidence had better be withheld 

Get all the favourable evidence possible 

The evidence is in favour bf 

Take captain's evidence 
Take captain's and crew's evidence 
Examination. 
Must make searching examination 
Searching examination will be made 
Searching examination has been made 
Have made a very careful examination 
Will have an examination as soon as possible 
Is under course of examination 
Will not require examination 
Subject to examination 
Subject to approval on examination 
Examination will be made 
On examination found very satisfactory 
On examination found very unsatisfactory 
Examination is apparently worthless 



EXA— EXO 



in 



CodbNo 


Cons WoBD 


5501 


Entreuue 


5502 


Entwined 


5503 


Enumerate 


5504 


Enunciate 


5505 


Enveigie 


5506 


Envdop 


5507 


Envenom 


5508 


Envious 


5509 


Environ 


5510 


Envisager 


55" 


Envoy 


55" 


Envying 


55'3 


Epagpn 


5514 


Epancher 


5515 


Epaulet 


5516 


Epecidian 


5517 


Epenthesis 


5518 


Epergne 


5519 


Eperon 


5520 


Ephemeris 


5521 


Epicure 


5522 


Epidermis 


5523 


Epidictic 


5524 


Epigastric 


5525 


Epiglottic 


5526 


Epigram 


5527 


Epigynaus 


5528 


Epileptic 


5529 


Epiiogism 


5530 


Epilogue 


5531 


Epinician 


5532 


Epiphce 


5533 


Episcopal 


5534 


Episode 


5535 


Epistle 


5536 


Epistolary 


5537 


Epitaph 


5538 


Epitasis 


5539 


Epithet 


5540 


Epitomist 


5541 


Epoch 


5542 


Epouvante 


5543 


Equability 


5544 


Equalise 


5545 


Equator 


5546 


Equerry 


5547 


Equestrian 


5548 


Equinox 


5549 


Equipage 


5550 


Equipment 



Rraininatioii — continued, 

Cerdiicate of examination wanted 

Certificate of examination by first post 

Certificate of examination as soon as possible 
Examined. 

Have you examined 

Will he (it— they) be examined 

Have him (it — them) examined immediately 

Has (have) not been examined yet 

Will not be examined 

Will be examined 

Will report when examined 

Must be minutely examined [expense 

To be examined in dry dock at owners risk and 

To be eiamined in dry dock at buyers risk and expense 
To be examined in dry dock at buyers risk and owners expense 

To be examined in dry dock at owners risk and 
Sxoeeding. [buyers expense 

Not exceeding 

If exceeding 

If not exceeding 
Excepted. 

Sundays and holidays excepted 

Sundays excepted 

Colliery holidays excepted 
Exception(8). 

With the exception of 

There is no exception 

There can be no exception 

With no exception 

With few exceptions 
Exoees. 

Is (are) greatly in excess 

Is (are) greatly in excess of my (our) wants 

If tiiere is any excess 

There is an excess 

If there is no excess 

There is no excess 

Excess to be paid for 

Excess to be paid for at same rate 
Exchange. 

At what rate of exchange 

What is the present rate of exchange on 

What will be the probable rate of exchange on — 

If exchange is favourable 

If exchange is unfavourable 

Rate of exchange is 

Exchange at present on is 

Exchange on is likely to rule high 

Exchange on is likely to rule low 

At current rate of exchange 



112 



£XU — EXE 



CodbNo 

5551 
5552 
5553 
5554 
5555 
5556 

5557 

5558 

5559 
5560 

5561 
5562 

5563 

5564 

5565 
5566 

5567 
5568 

5569 
5570 

5571 
5572 

5573 
5574 

5575 
5576 

5577 

5578 

5579 
5580 

5581 
5582 

5583 

5584 

5585 
5586 

5587 
5588 

5589 

5590 

5591 

5592 

5593 

5594 

5595 

5596 

5597 

5598 

5599 
5600 



CoDB Word 

Equipoise 

Equity 

Equivalent 

Equivocal 

Eradicate 

Eraflure 

Ercuement 

Erectwe 

Ergot 

Ermine 

Erotical 

Errand 

Erratic 

Erratum 

Erroneous 

Eructate 

Erudition 

Eruginous 

Etuptive 

ErysipeUu 

Escabeau 

Escalade 

Escamote 

Escapement 

Escargot 

Eschalot 

Eschewer 

Escobar 

Escqpette 

Esculent 

Escutcheon 

Esoieria 

Espadon 

Espalier 

Esperance 

Espionage 

Esplanade 

Espoused 

Essanger 

Essartage 

Essay 

Essayist 

Essence 

Essentiate 

Establish 

Estafette 

Esteem 

Esthetic 

Estimable 

Estimative 



Exchange — continued. 
At current rate of exchange date of ship's arrival 
At the exchange of 

At the current rate of exchange for bnnken — day sight bill on ~ 

Present rate of exchange too high 

Present rate of exchange too low 

Exchange upon your town too high 

Exchange upon your town too low 

Exchange is declining 

Exchange is rising 

Wait for a rise in the rate of exchange 

Wait for a fall in the rate of exchange 

Are you able to work an exchange upon 

There is no difficulty to work an exchange upon — 

I (we) cannot work an exchange upon 

Exchange upon yoiu- town at present is 

Exchange on Berlin 

Exchange on Bombay 

Exchange on Calcutta 

Exchange on Hamburg 

Exchange on Hong Kong 

Exchange on London 

Exchange on Madras 

Exchange on Madrid 

Exchange on New York 

Exchange on Paris 

Exchange on Vienna 

Exchange on * 

In exchange for 

Oo not exchange 

In exchange for documents - 

In exchange for bills of lading 
Sxoitement 

Great excitement to-day 

Very great excitement caused by 

Very great excitement prevails 

There was great excitement 

There was little excitement 

No excitement whatever 

No excitement here 
Ezouse. 

You must excuse me (us) in the matter 

Cannot excuse you in the matter 

Cannot excuse you 
Szeonte. 

Execute my(our^order(s)withall possible despatch 

Execute the oraer(s) of without delay 

Cannot execute your order(s) for some time 

Cannot execute your orderfsi at present 

Cannot execute your order(s) for a little time 

If yon cannot neeata the whoto of (ha order wnd moit yon can at onot 



EXE— SXP 



"3 



CodbNo 


CoDB Word 


5601 


Estrat9ge 


5603 


Estrq^ide 


5603 


Estrelia 


5604 


Estuary 


5605 


Esurient 


5606 


Etching 


5607 


Eternity 


5608 


Ethereal 


5609 


Ethical 


5610 


Ethiopian 


5611 


Ethno^ 


561a 


Etiquette 


5613 


Etoile 


5614 


Etudiant 


5615 


Etymology 


5616 


Eucharist 


5617 


Euclid 


5618 


EulcgesHc 


5619 


Eulogiunt 


5620 


Eul^zed 


56a t 


Ei^honic 


5622 


Euphorbia 


56*3 


Evacuate 


5624 


Evading 


5625 


Evagation 


5626 


Evanescent 


5627 


Evangelist 


5628 


Evaporate 


5629 


Evasion 


5630 


Evensong 


5631 


Eventide 


563a 


Eventual 


5633 


Evergreen 


5634 


Evermore 


563s 


Eviction 


5636 


Evildoer 


5637 


Evincible 


5638 


Eviscerate 


5639 


Evolution 


5640 


Ewer 


5641 


Exactor 


5642 


Exa^eraie 


5643 


ExalUUion 


5644 


Exaltive 


5645 


Examen 


5646 


Example 


5647 


Exasperate 


5648 


ExceUceate 


5649 


Excamate 


5650 


Excavator 



Execute — continued* 

Do not execute 
Executed. 

Can the order be executed 

It fthey) can be executed 

It (they) cannot be executed 

Cannot be executed at less than 

It has (they have) been executed 

Order(s) is ^are) executed [tions 

Order(s) is (are) executed, waiting further instnic- 

Has fhave) been very well executed 

Has (have) been very badly executed 

If it ^they) can be executed 

Has It (he — they) been executed 

When will it (he — they) be executed 

Is (are) already executed 

Was (were) executed 

Was (were) executed this morning 
Bzifltiiiff. 

Is it (are they) still existing 

At present existing 

Not now existing 

If now existing; 

If not now existing 
Expect. 

Do you expect 

When may I (we) expect 

What do you expiect 

You may expect 

What do you expect 

What do you expect will be the result 

I (we^ expect 

I ^we 1 expect result will be 

I (we) do not expect 

Expect every moment to hear 

In view of what you expect 

Do not expect 

You must not expect more 

When do you expect deliveries 

When do you expect arrivals 

When do you expect shipments 

How much (many) do you expect 
Expected. 

Is not expected until 

Expected to arrive 

Expected to leave 

Expected to deliver 
' Expected to ship 

Expected to improve 

Expected to decline 

Expected to remain quiet 



"4 

CodbNo 

5651 
5652 

5653 
5654 

5655 
5656 

5657 

5658 

5659 
5660 

5661 

5662 

5663 
5664 

5665 
5666 

5667 

5668 

5669 

5670 

5671 
5672 

5673 
5674 

5675 
5676 

5677 
5678 

5679 
5680 

5681 

5682 

5683 
5684 

5685 
5686 

5687 
5688 
5689 
5690 

5691 
5692 

5693 
5694 

569s 
5696 

5697 
5698 

5699 
5700 



CoDB Word 

ExceU 

Excellency 

Excelsiar 

Exceptions 

Excessive 

Exchequer 

Excisable 

Excise 

Exciseman 

ExdUUion 

Exclaimer 

Exclude 

Excoriate 

Excrescent 

Excruciate 

Excusatory 

Execrable 

Execrate 

Executive 

Exemplar 

Exemption 

Exercise 

Exertion 

Exhalation 

Exhale 

Exhaling 

Exhaustive 

Exhibit 

Exhibition 

Exhilarate 

Exhort 

Exhuming 

Exiccate 

Exigency 

Extle 

Existent 

Exodus 

Exonerate 

Exorbitant 

Exotic 

Expanse 

ExpaticUe 

Expectant 

Exfede 

Expedience 

Expeditely 

Expedition 

Expeditive 

Expel 

Expellent 



:>*:^: 



Szpeeted — continued. 

A laig« quantity expected 

Are any expected 

Something very good expected 

There is nothing expected here 

No more expected 

As might be expected 

Which was not expected 

Is (are) expected 

Is (are) expected to be veiy high. 

Is (are) expected to be very low 
Expedient 

As expedient 

As mav be deemed expedient 
Sxpense(8). 

With expense(s) 

Without expense(s) 

Keep down expenses 

Keep expenses as low as possible 

What will be about the expense 

What are the expenses 

Very considerable expenses 

R^ardless of expense 

Spare no expense 

At a reasonable expense 

Expenses must not exceed jQ -"— - 

At whose expense 

Expenses to be paid by you 

Expenses will be allowed 

Expenses will be paid 

Expenses divided 

In order to avoid expense 

No expense^s^ to be incurred 

No expense(s) to be incurred in the matter of 

No further expenses to be inonred UBtil you hear from me (os) 

If expenses would amount to more than 

If expenses amount to more than 

The business is not worth the expense 

Not worth the extra expense 

Providing that expenses do not exceed 

Extra expenses will be about 

Expenses will be very heavy 

Expenses will not be heavy 

Expenses will be too great 

Expenses will be about 

To be provided at ship's expense 

Please arrange how expenses are to be paid 

Expenses must be paid by 

Expenses must be paid by the captain 

Expenses must be paid by the ship 

Increased expenses must be paid 



EXP-PAO 



"5 



CoobNo 


5701 


570a 


5703 


5704 


5705 
5706 


5707 

5708 


5709 


5710 


57" 


57" 


57 '3 


5714 


5715 
5716 


5717 
5718 


5719 


5720 


5721 


5722 


5723 


5724 


5725 
5726 


5727 
5728 


5729 


5730 


5731 


573« 


5733 


5734 


5735 
5736 


5737 
5738 


5739 


5740 


5741 


5742 


5743 


5744 


5745 
5746 


5747 
5748 


5749 


5750 



CoDB Word 

ExpendUor 

Eo^enencc 

Experiment 

Expert 

Expertness 

Expetibie 

Expiated 

Expiation 

Expiatory 

Expirable 

Expirant 

Eapiscate 

Explainer 

Expletive 

Explicable 

Explicator 

Explicitly 

Explode 

Exploit 

Explorer 

Eo^onent 

Exposed 

Exposition 

Eo^sure 

Expounded 

Eo^ess 

Expression 

Expulsion 

Expunger 

Exquisite 

Exsiaant 

Extant 

Extempore 

Extending 

Extensile 

Extensor 

Extenuate 

Exterior 

Extermine 

External 

Extinct 

Extinction 

Extirpate 

Extol 

FABAGO 

Fabaraz 

Fable 

Fabling 

Fabric * 

Fahricate 



Bxpeiue(8) — continued. 
Increased expenses must be paid by charterers 
To be provided at charterer's expense 

Bzplaiiation(8). 
Should like to have explanation 
You must give satisfactory explanations 
Can you give satisfactory explanations 
What explanations can 1 (we) give 
I (we) must beg you to wait explanation by letter 

My (our^ letter of contams all possible ex- 

The explanations are not satisfactory [planation 
The explanations are very satisfactory 
The explanations are accepted 

Bzplouon. 
Colliery explosion 
Colliery explosion at — ^ number of lives lost — 

Colliery explosion at number of lives lost 

Gunpowder explosion [unknown 

Gimpowder explosion at — ^number of lives lost — 



number of lives 
[lost unknown 



Gunpowder explosion at 

Explosion on board 

Boiler explosion 
Bzporl 

Our export trade is very brisk 

Our export trade is very dull 

Our export trade is fair 

Exports will be extensive 

Exports promise to be extensive 

Exports will be very limited 

Exports promise to be very limited 
Extract 

Please send extract of log book to 

Please send me (us) extract of log book 

I (we) send extract of log book 

Please send extract of 

I (we) send extract of 
Extent 

To what extent 

You may go to the extent of 

If possible to the extent of 

If possible to the extent mentioned 

To the extent of 

To the fullest extent 

To any extent 

Extent at present unknown 
FACILITY. 

What facility(ies) have you 

What facility(ies) is (are) there in your port for 

Use all facility(ies) 

I ^we) have no facility 

I (we) have every facility 
1 3 



ii6 



PAO— PAU 



CodbNo 

5751 
575a 

5753 
5754 
5755 
5756 

5757 
5758 

5759 
5760 

5761 

5762 

5763 

5764 

5765 
5766 

5767 
5768 

5769 
5770 
5771 
5772 

5773 
5774 

5775 
5776 

5777 

5778 

5779 
5780 

5781 
5782 

5783 

5784 

5785 
5786 

5787 
5788 

5789 
5790 
5791 
5792 

5793 
5794 
5795 
5796 

5797 
5798 

5799 
5800 



Code Word 

Fabriquer 

FabuUste 

Fabulous 

Facade 

Facetious 

Fachitie 

Facial 

Faciliter 

Facinarous 

Faconncr 

Facteur 

Faction 

Factitious 

Factorage 

Factory 

Factotum 

Faculty 

Facundity 

Fadaise 

Faded 

Fadeless 

Fagot 

Fagoteur 

FahlufUte 

Failless 

Faineant 

Fainted 

Faintlif^ 

Faintmss 

Fairfaced 

Fairhood 

I*cumess 

Fairy 

Faisander 

Faiscean 

Faithfully 

Faithless 

Falcated 

Falcation 

Falchion 

Falciform 

Falconet 

Falconry 

Fallacious 

Fallacy 

Fallible 

Fallow 

Falourde 

Falsetto 



Faoility — continued. 

, No facility(ies) here 

Give every focility 

Every facility will be given 
Fall. 

You must not &il 

I (we) will not fail 

Will not fail 

Is (are) expected to fail 

Without faU 
Failed. 

Charterers have failed 

Consignees have &iled 

Shipowners have failed 

Has (have) failed 

Has (have) failed to fix 

Has (have) not failed 

Has (have) not failed to fix 

Reported to have failed 
Failure. 

Is reported a failure 

It is an entire failure 

It is a very heavy failure 

There is a faihire in the machinery 

There is a failure in the crop 

Owing to the failure of 

Owing to the failure of the machinery 

Owing to the failure of the crop 

Give full particulars of the failure 

Proves to be a failure 
. Are you concerned in the failure of 

I am (we are) concerned in the failure of 

I am (we are) not concerned in the failure of 

Is the report of the failure of true 

I (we) have not heard of the failure of 

The failure is unfortunately too true 

Some heavy failures expected 

Numerous failures here (at ) 

Numerous fiulures here (nt ) be very cautious in selecting paper 

Following failure(s) is (are) reported to-day 
Failure brought about by speculation in 



Every prospect of a famine here (at — ) 
The famine is increasing 
The famine is decreasing 
The famine is now raging 
The famine is making sad havoc among the people 
The famine now appears to be at an end 
Fault 

What is the fault 

I (we) think you are very much in fault 



PAU— FEB 



117 



CodbNo 


CoDB Word 


'Bnit-^continued. 


5801 


Falsehood 


There is no fault on my (our) part 


5802 


Falseness 


The fault is not very serious 


5803 


Falsifier 


Great fault is found with the captain 


5804 


Faltering 


Great &ult is found with the engineer 


5805 


Famdess 


Great fault is found with the shipment 


5806 


Famelique 


Great fault is found with the delivery 


5807 


Familiar 


Great fault is found with the manner the goods 


5808 


Famish 


The crew is much in fault [have come forward 


5809 


Famously 


llie agent(s) is (are) much in fault 


5810 


Famulate 


FaYonr. 


5811 


Fanatic 


Can you favour me (us) 


581a 


Fancied 


I (we) can do the favour requested 


5813 


Fanciful 


Very much regret cannot favour you 


5814 


Fandango 


In your ^vour 


5815 


Fanfaron 


In my (our) favour 


5816 


Fangled 


In &vour of 


5817 


Fanlight 


Not in favour of 


5818 


Fantastic 


It should be in favour of 


5819 


Fantasy 


Fear. 


5820 


FarandoU 


Have you any fear in the matter 


5821 


Farce * 


If you have any fear 


5822 


Farcical 


If you have no fear 


5823 


Fardel 


Fear I (we) shall do no good in the matter 


5824 


Farewell 


Have no fear as to the result 


5825 


Farfadd 


There is reason to fear 


5826 


Faribole 


There is no reason to fear 


5827 


Farming 


Febmary. 


5828 


Farrowed 


During the month of February 


5829 


Farthest 


During next February 


5830 


Fascinate 


About beginning of February 


5831 


Fashion 


About middle of February 


5832 


Fashioning 


About end of February 


5833 


Fastener 


Next February 


5834 


Fastnet 


Last February 


5835 


Fastidious 


ist day of Febmary 


5836 


Fasting 


2nd day of February 


5837 


Fastness 


3rd day of February 


5838 


Fatalist 


4th day of February 


5839 


Fatality 


5th day of February 


5840 


Fateful 


6th day of February 


5841 


Fatherless 


7th day of February 


5842 


Fatherly 


8th day of February 


5843 


Fatidiccd 


9th day of February 


5844 


Fatigue 


loth diay of February 


5845 


Fatting 


I ith day of Febniary 


5846 


Fatuity 


12th day of February 


5847 


Faubourg 


13 th day of February 


5848 


Fauchage 


14th day of February 


5849 


Fauciilon 


15th day of February 


5850 


Faultless 


16th day of February 



it8 



FEB— FIL 



CodrNo 

5852 

5853 
5854 
585s 
5856 

5857 
5858 

5859 
5860 

5861 

5862 

5863 
5864 

5865 
5866 

5867 
5868 

5869 

5870 

587^ 
5872 

5873 
5874 

5875 
5876 

5877 
5878 

5879 
5880 

5881 

5882 

5883 
5884 

5885 
5886 

5887 
5888 

5889 
5890 

5891 
5892 

5893 
5894 

5895 
5896 

5897 
5898 

5899 
59QO 



Code Wobd 

FanUuil 

Fauvette 

Favillous 

Favoritism 

Favoring 

Fawn 

Fawning 

Fealty 

Fearless 

Feasible 

Feast 

Feasting 

Feathers 

Feature 

Feau 

Febriaila 

Febrific 

Febrifuge 

Febrile 

Februation 

Feckless 

Feculenee 

Fecundate 

Federal 

Federation 

Feeble 

Feeblenas 

Feeding 

Feelingly 

Feetless 

Feignedly 

Felicitate 

Felicity 

Feline 

FellabU 

FeUmonger 

Fellness 

Fellow 

Fellowship 

Felonious 

Felspar 

Felspathic 

FeUing 

Female 

Feminine 

FemorcU 

Fenced 

Fenceless 

FendbU 

FendiUer 



Febmary — continued. 

17th day of February 

i8th day of February 

19th day of February 

20th day of February 

2ist day of February 

22nd day of February 

23rd day of February 

24th day of February 

25th day cf February 

26th day of February 

27th day of February 

28th day of February 

20th day of February 
Feeung. 

What is the present feeling 

There is a very good feeling 

There is a very bad feeling 

There is an indifferent feeling 

There is a much better feeling 

There is a feeling of more confidence 

The feeling of alarm has subsided 

The feeling here is unmistakably for 
Few. 

Send a few more 

Very few to be met with 

Very few here 

Very few expected 

Few are injured 
FilL 

May I (we) fill up with 

If you can fill 

If you cannot fill 

Can you fill 

Fill up 

Do not fill 

I (we) shaU fiU in 

I (we) shall not fill in 

Cannot fill up here 

Will fill 

Wm not fill 

You may fill up with 

Fill up on account of ship 

Fill up on account of — - 

I (we) shall fill up 

I (we) shall fill the here 

I (we) can fill the here 

I (we) shall not fill the her© 

I (we) cannot fill the here 

Fill in bill lading the foUoinnng 

Fill in charter party the following 



FIL-PIN 



119 



CodbNo 

5901 

5902 

5903 
5904 
5905 
5906 
5907 
5908 

5909 
5910 

59" 

5912 

5913 

59H 

5915 
5916 

5917 

5918 

5919 
5920 

5921 
5922 

S923 

5924 

5925 
5926 

5927 
5928 

5929 
5930 

5931 
5932 

5933 
5934 
5935 
5936 
5937 
5938 

5939 
5940 
5941 
5942 
5943 
5944 

5945 
5946 

5947 
5948 

5949 
5950 



Word Code 

Fenerate 

Fenestrai 

Ftnetragt 

Fmnd 

Ferblanc 

Fermage 

Ferment 

Fernery 

Fernowl 

FemticU 

Ferny 

Ferocious 

Ferocity 

Ferret 

Ferriage 

Ferrule 

Ferryman 

Fertility 

Fervent 

Fervidity 

Fervidness 

Fervour 

Festal 

Festive^ 

Festivity 

Festoon 

Feticism 

Fetlock 

Fetoyer 

Fetterless 

Fetters 

Feudal 

Feudatory 

Feverish 

Feuerole 

Fibrine 

Fibrous 

Fibulate 

Fleeter 

Fickle 

Fickleness 

Fiction 

Fictitious 

Fiddler 

Fidelity 

Fidgety 

Fiduciary 

Fieffer 

Fielded 

Fiendish 



Till — continued. 

Fill in contract the following 

With liberty to fill up for owners benefit 

Calling at your port to fill up 

Calling here to fill up 

Wherever can fill the quickest 



Filhng up 

Filling up with 

Is (are) not filling up 

I (we) might get a filling up at (of) 

As a filling up 

Now filling up &st 
Fmanoe.--(See Stocks, &&) 
Find. 

If you find 

If vou do not find 

I M¥e) can find 

I (we) cannot find 

Do not find 

You must find 

must find 

will find 

cannot find 

Ship to find water only 

Ship to find fiiel and water only 

I (we) cannot undertake to find anything but water 

Merchants to find food and fittings 

Use every means to find 



Upon payment of fine 
What is Uie fine 
The fine is (will be) 



The fine is too heavy, try to get it reduced 

Fine imposed upon — - 

Fine has been paid 

Fine has not been paid 

Fine has not been paid but guarantee given 

Cannot get fine remitted or reduced 

Have got fine reduced to 

Fine has been remitted 

As fine as the last 

Nothing fine enough 

Nothing but fine will suit 



When will you finish 
Shall finish to-day 
Shall finish to-morrow 
Shall finish end of this week 
Shall finish btg'nning of next week 
Shall finish end of next week 



I20 



PIN— FIR 



CodeNo 

5951 

595 « 
5953 
5954 

5955 
5956 

5957 

5958 

5959 
5960 

5961 
5962 

5963 
5964 

5965 
5966 

5967 
5968 

5969 
5970 
5971 
5972 
5973 
5974 

5975 
5976 

5977 

5978 

5979 
5980 

5981 
5982 

S9«3 
5984 

5985 
5986 

5987 
5988 

5989 

5990 

5991 

5992 

5993 

5994 

5995 
5996 

5997 
5998 

5999 
6000 



Code Wobd 

Fiercely 

Fierceness 

Fiery 

Fievreaux 

Fighter 

Figulate 

Figurative 

Figure 

Fiiagree 

Filamen 

FUatory 

Filature 

Filbert 

Filcher 

Fileman 

FUial 

Filibuster 

Filiform 

Fillet 

Fillibeg 

Film 

Filcuter 

Filtering 

Filtrate 

Filtrating 

FimbriccUe 

Financial 

Finary 

Finely 

Finement 

Finger 

Fingering 

Finical 

Finikin 

Finite 

Finitude 

Finless 

Fir^y 

Fireman 

Fireside 

Firkin 

Firmament 

Firman 

Firstling 

Firstborn 

Fiscal 

Fisherman 

Fishery 

Fishfui 

Fishhook 



Fmish — continued. 

Finish as quickly as possible 

Expect to finish about 

If you can finish 

If you cannot finish 

Cannot finish because 

Cannot finish until I (we) hear firom 
Finished. 

Have you finished 



I (we) have finished 

10 



^we) have not finished 
If you have finished 
If you have not finished 
Not quite finished 
Get it (them) finished 
Get it (them) finished if possible 
Get it (them) finished as soon as possible 
Why have you not finished 
Could not be finished in time 
Finished at better prices 
Finished at lower prices 
Finished at higher prices 
Finished at former prices 
Tire. 

A terrible fire is now raging here (at ) 

Is reported to be totally destroyed by fire 

Totally destroyed by fire 

Has (have) been greatly damaged by fire 

The greater part destroyed by fire 

A small portion destroyed by fire 

A considerable portion destroyed by fire 

The vessel is on fire 

The cargo is on fire 

Coals caught fire 

Cause of fire 

Cause of fire unknown 

Had her coals on fire during the voyage 

Bad liir eottbtti tre dnrlnc tli* T07a>e« damace tcit ■erioos 
Had hir ooala on flra dorinc tha wyacat daaaaca Ttnr IriAiQC 

Caught fire whilst loading 
Caught fire whilst discharging 

Fire broke out on board 

Fire broke out on board — cargo much damaged 
Fire broke out on board— cargo not much damaged 
Fire broke out on board — hull much damaged 
Fire broke out on board— hull not much damaged 

Vlre broka oal on boaid— hnll and carfo nraeh daamgad 
Fira bRdca osft on board^hull and oario nol mndi damacad 

Fire extinguished by means of 

Fire extinguished by means of her own pumps 

Fire now extinguished 



pm-pix 



121 



CodbNo 

6oo[ 

6002 

6003 

6004 

6005 

6006 

6007 

6008 

6009 

60TO 

601 1 

6012 

6013 

6014 

6015 

6016 

6017 

6018 

6019 

6020 

6021 

6022 

6023 

6024 

6025 

6026 

6027 

6028 

6029 

6030 

6031 

6032 

6033 

6034 

603s 
6036 

6037 

6038 

6039 

6040 

6041 

6042 

6043 

6044 

6045 
6046 
6047 
6048 
6049 
6050 



CODE Word 

FissUity 

Fissure 

Fttful 

Fitment 

Fitness 

Fivefold 

Fixedly 

Fixidity 

Fixture 

Fizgig 

Flabbiness 

Flabby 

FlabiU 

Flaccid 

Flaccidtty 

Flagellate 

Flagginess 

Flagging 

Flagomer 

Flagrant 

Flagstaff 

Fl^us 

Flambeau 

Flame 

Flameless 

Flamerge 

Flamingo 

Flaminical 

Flanking 

Flannel 

Flapper 

Flaring 

Flash 

Flashingly 

Flasque 

Flathead 

Flative 

Flatlong 

Flatly 

Flatterer 

Flattering 

Flatulence 

Flatuosity 

Flaunter 

Flautist 

Flavour 

Flawless 

Flaxen 

Flayer 

Fleabite 



Fim/s). 

Is fare) very firm 

Is (are) quite finn 

Not so finn 

Be firm 

Do you know the following firm(s) 

Do yon luMV (ha fttlkvliic izm(t). If M. ^BM« Inisnn 1110 rm) of mmns and 

[pokitkm 

Do Boiknow Midaamkol MscrUin aajthing oftlia flrmC>) mcotioiicd 

The finn(s) you mention is (are) considered poor 

Tha flnn(«) yoa maoUon ia (ara) eonaidorad poor* but honcat and penererinc 

Tha flnn(a) yon mentloa haa ChaTa) not mndi maana, but highly rcapectable 

Tka flnn(a) yoa nantion ia (aio) oonaldBrad capable of ftilfllllncr all their 

rencagementa 

TkfaflmKa)yoniiiantionla(ara)coiialdai«dKoodft)r£ ffor 

Please ascertain position of the firm — and if good 

I («t) think very Uttla of tha firm nwotkmcd, but belleTc rH>d for the 

[amount named ( ) 

Tha flnnfa) mantioaad vaa (wen) In dUBenltiea a Uttla time back 

The firm(s) you mention is (are^ very doubtful 

Advise you to have nothing to do with the firm(s) 
Pit 

Is now fit to go to sea 

Not fit to go to sea 

Not fit for anything 

Not fit for my (our) purpose 
Fitted. [lor the voyage 

Being tight, staunch, strong, and in everyway fitted 

Not tight, atanoflh, atiwiff.aad In erenr wny fitted ftnr tha Toyase 

Be careful that everything is fitted according to 
Not properly fitted [the specification 

Fitted according to specification 



[you mention 



Can you fix 
May I (we) fix 
If you can fix 
If you cannot fix 
Recommend you to fix at once 
Could probably fix at 
Will fix on form sent 
Cannot fix on form sent 

Can fix the at 

Endeavour to fix 

Do not fix 

Can only fix at much lower rate than you offer 

Can only fix at much higher i^te than you offer 

I (we) can fix at 

I (we) cannot fix 

I (we) cannot fix at your rate 

With firm offer I (we) can fix 

I (we) can fix steamer(s) for your requirements 

I (we) can fix vessel(s) for your requirements 

Do not fix without first telegraphing me (us) 



122 



FIX— FLE 



CodeNo 

6051 
6052 

6053 
6054 

6055 
6056 

6057 

6058 

6059 

6060 

6061 

6062 

6063 

6064 

6065 

6066 

6067 

6068 

6069 

6070 

6071 

6072 

6073 

6074 

607s 

6076 

6077 

6078 

6079 

6080 

6081 

6082 

6083 

6084 

6085 

6086 

6087 

6088 

6089 

6090 

6091 

6092 

6093 

6094 

609s 

6096 

6097 

6098 

6099 

6100 



CODB WOBD 

Fleabitten 

FUaking 

FUchier 

Fledged 

Fueling 

Fleece 

Fleeting 

Fleetness 

FUgtnon 

Fleshiness 

Fleshment 

Fleshpot 

Fleshy 

Fleuret 

Flew 

Flexible 

Flexon 

FUxuous 

Flicker 

Flickering 

Flighty 

Flimsiness 

Flimsy 

Flinch 

Flitter 

Flippancy 

Flirtaium 

Flirted 

Floatage 

FlocctUent 

Flock 

Flogger 

Floodgate 

Flooring 

Floramour 

Florentine 

Floresceni 

Floriage 

Flondity 

Floridness 

Floriform 

Florist 

FloruUni 

Flossy 

Flotation 

Flotilla 

Fhttant 

Flounce 

Flounder 

Flourish 



Fix — continued. 

I (we) will not fix without first telegraphing you 
Do not fix at your end, rates more ^vorable here 
Fix at your end^ rates are more favorable with you 

Fix the at [than here 

Fix the on best terms possible 

Fix the — at rate offered 
I (weV propose to fix elsewhere 

I (we) propose to fix the elsewhere 

Telegraph when you fix 

Telegraph when you fix name of vessel 

Telegraph when you fix name of vessel, terms and 

Fixed. [conditions 

What is the time fixed 
Not yet fixed 
Rate not yet fixed 
Price not yet fixed 
Telegraph when rate is fixed 
Telegraph when price is fixed 
Fixed to leave 
Unless you have fixed 
If not fixed must accept other offer 
I(we) have fixed 
I (we) have fixed to-day 

I (we) have fixed on your terms [firmation by wire 
I (we) have fixed on your terms, subject to con- 
Have fixed subject to confirmation (approval) 

The American fleet 
The British fleet 
The Chilian fleet • 
The Chinese fleet 
The Danish fleet 
The Dutch fleet 
The French fleet 
The German fleet 
The Italian fleet 
The Japanese fleet 
The Peruvian fleet • 
The Portuguese fleet 
The Russian fleet 
The Spanish fleet 
The Swedish fleet 
The Tuikish fleet 



The 



fleet 



■) 



■\ 



fleet is expected here (at - 
fleet is reported off here (- 
fleet has arrived here ( — 
fleet left here ^- — ) for 

fleet left here ( ) destination unknown 

fleet totally defeated 



PLE— FOR 



123 



CodbNo 

6101 
6102 
6103 
6104 
6105 
6106 
6107 
6108 
6109 
o 
I 

2 

3 
4 



61 
61 
61 
61 
61 
61 
61 
61 
61 
61 



5 
6 

7 
8 

9 
6120 

6121 

6122 

6123 

6124 

6125 

6126 

6127 

6128 

6129 

6130 

6131 

6132 

6133 
6134 

6135 
6136 

6137 
6138 
6139 
6140 
6141 
6142 

6143 
6144 

6145 
6146 

6147 

6148 

6149 

6150 



CoDB Word 

Floutingly 

Flowage 

Flowering 

Flowerless 

Floutingly 

Fluctuate 

Fluency 

Fluidity 

Fluidness 

Fluke 

Flummery 

Flunkey 

Flurried 

Flurry 

Flushingly 

Flushness 

Fluster 

Fluted 

Fluttering 

Fluviatic 

Fluxation 

Fluxion 

Fluxionary 

Flyblow 

Flycatcher 

Foaling 

Foam 

Foamingly 

Fob 

Fodder 

Foeman 

Foghorn 

Foible 

Foilable 

Foiler 

Foiningly 

Foist 

Foistingly 

Folatrer 

Folding 

Foldnet 

Folieueous 

Foliage 

FoluUion 

Folichon 

Foliolum 

FollicU 

Follower 

Folly 

Foment 



Fleet — continued 
fleet has gained a glorious victoiy 

Flood(sX 

Owing to flood(s) 

Town submeiged by flood(s) 

Great damage caused b^ flood(s) 

Flood(s) increasing rapidly 

Flood(s) decreasing rapidly 

Serious flood(s) prevail 

Immense flood(s) prevail 

The flood^s^ is (are) again rising 

The flood(s) show(s) no sign of decreasing 

The flood(s) may now be considered to have 
7og^. [subsided 

A thick fog prevails here 

Thick fog 

Detained by fog 

Fog cleared off 

During a fog 

Fog prevents all traffic here 

Owing to a dense fog 

On account of fog nothing can be ascertained 

On account of fog nothing further can be ascer- 
Follow. [tained 

What have you to follow 

Can you give a steamer to follow 

Can you give a sailing vessel to follow 

I ^we^ have nothing to follow 

I (we) have noUiing to follow until 

Remainder to follow as soon as possible 

To follow per 

I (we) will follow 

You follow 

Cannot follow 

Follow up the clue 
Forgotten. 

Has forgotten his papers 

Has ^have) forgotten to take 

I ^we) had forgotten to send 

I (we) had forgotten your instructions 

Has (have) forgotten our instructions 

Had foigotten 
Forward. 

Can you forward 

Can you forward at once 

When can you forward 

What is coming forward 

If you can forward 

If you cannot forward 

Do not forward 

Do not forward for the present 



124 



PORn-POU 



CodkNo 
6I5I 

6152 

6153 

6154 

6155 
6156 

6157 
6158 

6159 

6160 

6I6I 

6162 

6163 

6164 

6165 

6166 

6167 

6168 

6169 
6170 
6I7I 
6172 

6173 
6174 

6i7S 
6176 

6177 

6178 

6179 

6180 

6181 

6182 

6183 
6184 
6185 
6186 
6187 
6188 
6189 
6190 
6191 
6192 
6193 
6194 

619s 
6196 

6197 

6198 

6199 

6200 



CODB Word 

Fomenting 

Fonderie 

Fondler 

Fondness 

Fondriilas 

Fontanel 

Foolery 

Foolhardy 

Foolish 

Football 

Footboard 

Footing 

Footman 

Footpad 

Footstep 

Foppery 

Foppishly 

Forage 

Foraging 

Foraminous 

Forbear 

Forbidden 

Forcedly 

Forceless 

Forcemeat 

Forceps 

Fordpated 

FordabU 

Forded 

Forebode 

Forecast 

Foreclose 

Forecourt 

Forefather 

Foregp 

Forgoing 

Foreground 

Forehead 

Foreigner 

Forday 

Forelock 

Foremost 

Forensic 

Forerunner 

Foreshore 

Foresight 

Forester 

Foretaste 

Foretell 

Forethink 



Tomnii— continued. 

Will not forward 

Should be brought forward 
. Should not be brought forward 

Unless they (it) come(s) forward 

Is it (are they) coming forward 

To come forward immediately 

Forward immediately by steamer 

Forward immediately by sailing vessel 

Forward all you can 

To go forward 

Goin^ forward 

Commg forward 

Gone forward by 

Push forward all you possibly can 

Push vessel forward to avail of it 

Push goods forward to avail of it 

Forwards and backwards 

Backwards and forwards 

Forwards and backwards, and/or backwards and 
Forwarded. [forwards 

When was it (were they) forwarded 

Has (have) been forwarded 

Can be forwarded immediately 

Cannot be forwarded at present 

To be forwarded first opportuni^ 

Will be forwarded first opportumty 

Must be forwarded first opportunity 

Has (have) been forwarded to 
PouL— ^See Collision) 

Has (nave) been foul of — — 

Has been foul of the pier head 
Pound. 

Have you found 

Have you found the missing letter 

Have you found the missing document(s) 

I (we) have found 

Has (have) been found 

I (we^ have found the missing letter 

I (we) have found the missing document(s) 

Not yet found 

The missing letter not yet found 

The missing document(s) not yet found 

Captain is found 

The crew is found 

Part of crew is found 
Foundered. 

Has foundered 

Has foundered at sea 

Has been in collision and foundered 

Is reported foundered 



POU— PRE 



125 



COdbNo 

6201 
6202 
6203 
6204 
6205 
6206 
6207 
6208 
6209 
6210 
6211 
6212 
6213 
6214 
6215 
6216 
6217 
6218 
62T9 
6220 
6221 
6222 
6223 
6224 
6225 
6226 
6227 
6228 
6229 
6230 
6231 
6232 

^233 

6234 
6235 

6236 

6237 

6238 

6239 

6240 

6241 

6242 

6243 

6244 

6245 
6246 

6247 

6248 

6249 

6250 



CODB WOBD 

Fortthawt 

Foretoken 

Forewarn 

Forfaire 

Forfeit 

Forfeiture 

For/end 

Forge 

Forgeron 

Forgetful 

Forgiver 

Forked 

Foriancer 

Forlorn 

Formalist 

Formation 

Formedon 

Formicate 

Formidable 

Formless 

Formosity 

Formulary 

Forsaker 

Forsooth 

Fortaliee 

Fortify 

Fortissimo 

Fortitude 

Fortuitous 

Fortunate 

Fortune 

Fossette 

Fossil 

Fossilism 

Fossorial 

Foster 

Fosterage 

Fosterling 

Fought 

Fotdard 

Foulerie 

Foulness 

Foum^aiion 

Foundirous 

Foundling 

Foundry 

Fountain 

Fourcher 

Fourchette 

Fourgon 



Yoxmierei^amtinued 

Is supposed to have foundered 
Fraud. 

Is (are) chai^ged with fraud 

Will be chaiged with fraud 

Is (are) committed for fraud 
Pree. 

Free of all encumbrance 

Free on board without freight and insurance 

Free on board without freight 

Free on board without insurance 

Free of interest and commission 

Free of expense 

Free of everything 
Preifht— (See Ports) 

If It can be taken freight free 

Freight free 

What freight can you offer 

What are the prospects for freight 

What freight have vou offering for 

Can you offer me Ais) a freight for 

Can you secure a freight to 

Can you secure a return freight 

I (we) want freight for the following 

In want of a freight to — 

Secure best freight offering 

What amount of freight can you guarantee 

No freight offering here for 

I ^we^ can offer you a freight to 

I (we) can offer you a return freight 

No freight can he obtained 

I (we) cannot offer you a freight to 

I (we) cannot offer you a return freight 

Ver>' good freight offering for 

Keep the freight in hand 

At what rate of freight 

At what rate of freight can you ship 

At what rate of freight can you fix 

Shall I (we) engage freight for 

I( 



[■ 



to 



- now at 



— per steamer 
[or sailing vessel 



Shall I (we) engage freight for 

Rate of freight is 

Rate of freight per steamer is 

Rate of freight per sailing vessel is 

Engage freight for 

Engage freight on terms mentioned 

Engage freight per steamer for 

Engage freight per sailing vessel for 

I (we) can engage freight for 

I I we) can engage freight on your terms 
I (we) can engage freight per steamer 

I (we) can engage ireight per sailing vessel 



126 



FRE 



CodbNo 

6251 
6252 

6253 
6254 

6255 
6256 

6257 

6258 

6259 

6260 

626T 

6262 

6263 

6264 

6265 

6266 

6267 

6268 

6269 

6270 

6271 

6273 

6273 

6274 

6275 

6276 

6277 

6278 

6279 

6280 

6281 

6283 

6283 

6284 

6285 

6286 

6287 

6288 

6289 

6290 

6291 

6292 

6203 

6294 

6295 

6296 

6297 

6298 

6299 

6300 



Code Word 

Fowling 

Fowler 

Foxery 

Fox^ove 

Foxhole 

Foxhound 

Foxtail 

Foxtrap 

Fraction 

Fragile 

Fragility 

Fragment 

Fr^rmcy 

Frailty 

FramabU 

Framboise 

Framework 

Frampold 

Franaau 

Francatu 

Franchise 

Frangible 

FratUtness 

Frappant 

Fratrage 

Fraternal 

Fraternity 

Fraught 

Fraying 

Freakish 

Freckled 

Freebody 

Freeborn 

Freedom 

Freeholder 

Fredand 

Freeman 

Freemason 

Freeness 

Freestone 

FreewiU 

Frelatage 

Frenzual 

Frenzy 

Frequetuy 

Frescades 

Fresco 

Freshen 

Freshman 

Freshness 



Freight — continued. 

[we) have engaged freight for 



\ 



wej 
we 
we] 
we] 
we 



have engaged freight on your terms 
have engaged freight per steamer 
have engaged freight per sailing vessel 
cannot engage freight for 



cannot engage freight on your terms 
we) cannot engage freight per steamer 
we) cannot engage freight per sailing vessel 

Telenaph before engaging freight 
(we) will telegraph before engaging freight 
(we) will accept the freight 
(we) cannot accept the freight 

Telegraph what freight you expect 

What is the freight [charged) 

What is the rate of freight (what freight is to be 

What is Uie freight and msurance 

The freight is 

Freight being at the rate of (Charge freight) 

The freight and insurance is 

Freight is too low 

Freight is too high 

Wait imtil the freight is lower 

Wait until the freight is higher 

Amount (quantity) of freight is too small 

Amount (quantity) of freight is too great 

At a low fpei^ht 

At a high freight 

Only at a cheap freight 

Get the freight as low as you can 

Get the freight as high as you can 

Try utmost to improve rate of freight 

Cat down imte of IMfht if oppotftfoo (if tbaolutelj BeecMuy) 

Do not reduce rate(s) of freight on any account 

Freight(s) is ^are) advancing 

Freight(s; is (are) declining 

May probably keep freig).t(s) low this season 

Mav probablv keep freight(s) high thi^ season 

Making freight J^ 

Be sure to secure the freight 
Freight to be paid as follows [of any kind 

Freight to be paid on delivery without deduction 
Freight to be paid on the gross weight 
Freight to be paid on the nett weight 
Freight to be paid on the quantity shipped 
Freight to be paid ship lost or not lost 
Freight to be paid in exchange for Bills of lading 

j^ freight to be advanced at port of loading 

Half-freight to be paid on signing Bills of Lading 
One-third freight to be paid on signing Bills of 
Freight paid at port of shipment [Lading 



PRE— PRI 



127 



CodbNo 

6301 

6309 

6303 
6304 

6305 

6306 

6307 

6308 

6309 
6310 
63II 

6312 

6313 
6314 

6315 

6316 

6317 
6318 
6319 

6320 

6321 

6322 

6323 
6324 

6325 

6326 
6327 

6328 

6329 
6330 

6331 

6332 

6333 
6334 
633s 

^336 
6337 

6338 

6339 
6340 

^341 
6342 

6343 
6344 

6345 
6346 

6347 
6348 

6349 
6350 



CODR Word 

Freshwater 

Fretful 

Fretwork 

FriabU 

Friability 

Friar 

Fricandeau 

Friction 

Friending 

Friendship 

Frightful 

Frigidity 

Frigortfic 

Fringe 

Friperie 

Friponner 

Friquet 

FrisHness 

Frisky 

Fritinamy 

Fritter 

Frivolity 

Frizzle 

Frocard 

Froideur 

Frolic 

Frondesce 

Frontage 

Frontier 

Frothily 

Frothiness 

Frowning 

Fructidor 

Fructify 

Frugal 

Frugality 

Fruitage 

Fruiterer 

Fruitfully 

Fruitless 

Frumenty 

Frump 

Frumpish 

Frustrate 

Frutescent 

Fruticani 

Fucated 

Fuddled 

Fuddling 

Fudging 



Freight- -continued. 

Freight paid here 

Freight mast be paid 

Freight must not be paid 

Freight remitted to you (to <— ^) 

Additional freight to be paid 

£ additional freight to be paid 

Freight to be reduced 

Before settlement of freight 

Upon settlement of freight 

Deduct freight for short delivery 

Claim for dead freight 

Dead freight to be paid 

Dead freight not to be paid 

Caigo not to be parted with until freight is paid 

Cargo not yet delivered to be held for freight 

Widihold the freight until all the cargo is delivered 

Fxeight and passage amounts to £ 

Freight and expenses would at leastamount tO;^ — 
7reighte:(8). 

Who is (are) the freighter(s) 

Is (are) the freighter(s) a responsible house 

The freighter's) is (are) a first-class house 

The freighter(s) has (have) failed 

The freighter(s) is (are) not to be trusted 

Freighter's^ has (have) committed fraud 

Freighter(s} cannot be found 

Against the freighter(s) 
rriend(s). 

No fnend(s) of mine (ours) 

No friend(s) of yours 

Is (are) my (our) fnend(s) 

Is (are) your friend(s) 
Pxesh. 

Anything fresh 

Nothing fresh 

Not very fresh 

A fresh caigo 

Must be fresh packed 
Priday. 

On Friday morning 

On Friday evening 

During Friday 

During Friday night 

Last Friday 

Next Friday 

Last Friday week 

Next Friday week 

Every Friday 

Every other Friday 

Every second Friday 



128 



PRI-PUT 



CodbNo 

6351 

6352 

6353 

6354 

635s 

6356 

6357 

6358 

6359 
6360 

6361 

6362 

6363 
6364 

6365 
6366 

6367 

6368 

6369 

6370 

6371 
6372 

6373 
6374 

6375 
6376 

6377 
6378 

6379 
6380 

6381 
6382 

6383 
6384 

6385 
6386 

6387 
6388 
6389 
6390 
6391 
6392 

6393 
6394 

6395 
6396 

6397 
6398 

6399 

6400 



Code Word 

Furtive 

Fi4gle 

Fugleman 

Fulcrum 

Fulfil 

Fulgeruy 

Fulgent 

Fuligenaus 

Ftdlage 

Fullarmed 

Fuller 

Fulmar 

Fulminate 

Fulmine 

Fulsome 

Fuhid 

Fulinms 

Fumatory 

FumbU 

Fumeran 

Fumifuge 

Fumigate 

Fuming 

Fun 

Funambule 

Function 

Fundament 

Funded 

Funeral 

Fur^U 

Fungoid 

Fungosity 

Fungus 

Furbelow 

Furbish 

Furcated 

Furiously 

Furlong 

Furnace 

Furnishing 

Furniture 

Furthest 

Furtive 

Furuncle 

Furze 

Fusarolle 

Fuscation 

Fusible 

Fusileer 



Friday — continued. 

Eveiy third Friday 

Every fourth Friday 

First Friday in the month 

Second Friday in the month 

Third Friday in the month 

Fourth Friday in the month 

Last Friday in the month 
Frost 

In consequence of the frost 

Detention by frost not to count as lav days 

Sharp frost now set in here (at ) 

Expect a break in the frost shortly 

The frost is all gone 

The frost continues with increased severity 
Fruit 

What are the prospects of fruit next season 

Prospects of fruit next season very good 

Prospects of fruit next season very poor 

Fruit expected to be an average crop 

Fruit will be abundant 

What fruit is there now on the way 

Large supplies of fruit going forward 

Small supplies of fruit going forward 

Large supplies of fruit expected 

Small supplies of fruit expected 

Present supplies of fruit exceed requirements 

Present supplies of fruit are short of requirements 

There is little doing in fruit for your place 

There is little doing in fruit from your place 
Full 

Not to dear until full 

Not to wait until full 

Already quite full 

Very nearly full 

Not yet nearly full 

As full as possible 

Buyers are full 

Sellers are full 
Further. 

If you do not hear further from 

If you do not hear further from me (us) 

Until you hear further from 

Until you hear further from me (us) do not -* 

Not to go further than 

Will not go further than 

Cannot go further than 

Must go further than 



Cannot further your wishes 
Future. 
In future 



PUT-GEN 



129: 



CodbNo Codb Wokd 

6401 Fussy 

6402 Fustian 

6403 FusUness 

6404 Futility 

6405 Futurity 

6406 GABBLE 

6407 Gabion 

6408 Gachate 

6409 Gadding 

6410 Gaffer 

641 1 Gagiste 

6412 Gagged 

6413 Gaiety 

6414 Gainable 

6415 Gainful 

6416 Gainsay 

6417 Gairishiy 
64x8 Gaiters 

6419 Gi7/a 

6420 Galactine 

6421 Galaxy 

6422 Galeqted 

6423 Galega 

6424 Galerite 

6425 Galenique 

6426 Galician 

6427 Galifete 

6428 G^iiZri;/ 

6429 Gallantly 

6430 Gallation 

6431 Gallery 

6432 Galliard 

6433 Gallicism 

6434 G^o/Z/Vasg' 

6435 Gallipot 

6436 6Wi^ 

6437 Galiopade 

6438 Galloping 

6439 Galloway 

6440 Galuchat 

6441 Galvanism 

6442 Gamashes 

6443 Gambade 

6444 Gambetfe 

6445 Gambol 

6446 Gamesome 

6447 Gamester 

6448 Gammon 

6449 Gander 

6450 Ganglion 



'Bn^^axt-^continued 

Must manage better in futtue 

Some future time will do 

At some future opportunity 

It must be clearly understood in fiiture 

Leaves nothing to the future 
GAIV. 

What shall I (we) gain 

What will be the gain 

I (we) ^n nothing by the transaction 

Will gam nothing by it 

Your gain will be small 

Your gain will be great 

You will gain nothing 
Oal^s)— (See Wind). 

Stifl gale 

Violent gale 

Moderate gale 

Fresh gale 

In a heavy gale 

Equinoctial gale 

Terrific gde 

Strong £^e with heavy sea 

Heavy gales with squalls of snow 

Heavy gales with squalls of sleet 

Heavy gales with squalls of rain 

Heavy ^es with squalls of sleet and snow 

If gale increases 

If gale subsides 

Had very heavy gales 

Gale now raging with extreme violence 

Gale now abated 

Much damaged by heavy gales [crops 

Recent gales have been very destructive to the 

Recent gales have not done much damage 
Oaol. 

Has (have) been put in gaol (for ) 

of the crew have been put in gaol (for) 

Captain has been put in gaol (for) 

Mate has been put in gaol (for) 

Chief engineer has been put in gaol (for) 

Have him (them) put in gaol 
Oave. 

I (we) gave all I (we) could get 

Gave him (them) all I (we) possibly could 

Gave him (them) up everything 
Oear. — (See Ship's Gear, &c.) 

Is (are) out of gear 

Has arrived out of gear 

The gear will be repaired immediately 
Genuine. 



130 



GEN— GIV 



CodbNo 

6451 
6452 

6453 

6454 

6455 
6456 

6457 
6458 

6459 
6460 

6461 

6462 

6463 

6464 

6465 

6466 

6467 

6468 

6469 

6470 

6471 

6472 

6473 
6474 

6475 
6476 

6477 

6478 

6479 

6480 

^481 

6482 

6483 

6484 

6485 

6486 

6487 

6488 

6489 

6490 

6491 

6492 

6493 
6494 

649s 
6496 

6497 

6498 

6499 
6500 



CoDB Word 

Gangrene 

Gangway 

GanteUt 

Gaoler 

Gaping 

Garbage 

GarbUr 

Garcinia 

Garcon 

Gardebois 

Garden 

Gardening 

Gargle 

Gargotage 

Garishness 

Garland 

Garlic 

Garment 

Garnish 

Gamisliing 

Garniture 

Garret 

Garrison 

Garrulity 

Garter 

Gaselier 

GascofuuU 

Gashing 

Gasometer 

Gaspillage 

Gasping 

Gastritis 

Gastronome 

Gastropod 

Gateau 

Gatehouse 

Gateway 

Gathering 

Gattilier 

Gaucherie 

Gaudily 

Gaudiness 

Gauging 

Gaulish 

Gauntlet 

Gauze 

Gavelet 

Gayness 

Gazemefit 

Gazer 



Oennine — continued. 

The affair is not genuine 
• A thoroughly genuine affair 

Is (are) not genuine 
Get.— (See Obtain) 

What can you get 

Can you get 

If you can get 

If you cannot get 

Do not get 

Will it l^ possible to get 

I (we) can get 

I (we) can get as much as required 

I (|we) cannot get 

I (we) cannot get any further (more) 

I (we) cannot get anything from 

How much (many) can you get 

Get as much (many) as you can 

When must I (we) get it (them) 

Get all you possibly can 

I (we) cannot get any here 

Cannot get any here 

Is she likely to get off 

Will probably get off next tide 

Will probably get off by lightening 

To get between 

I (we) can generally get 

You ought to get at least 
Oive. 

Can you give 

What can you give 

I (we) can give 

I was (we were) compelled to give (way) 

What can I (we) give 

You can give 

Do not give (wav) 

If you can give (way) 

If you cannot give (way) 

How lon^ can you give 

Cannot give longer time 

You must give longer time 

Decline to give more 

Cannot give the terms asked 

Would be inclined to give (way) 

Would not be inclined to give (way) 

^hall I (we) give (way) 

I (we) think you may give (way) 
Given. 

What have you given 

What has been given 

I (we) have given 



GIV-GOI 



131 



CodbNo 

6501 
6502 

6503 
6504 

6505 
6506 

6507 

6508 

6509 

6510 

' 6511 

6512 

6513 
6514 

6515 
6516 

6517 
6518 

6519 

6520 

6521 

6522 

6523 
6524 

6526 
6527 
6528 
6529 

6530 
6531 
653a 
6533 
6534 

6535 
6536 

6537 

6538 

6539 
6540 

6541 
6542 

6543 
6544 

6545 
6546 

6547 
6548 

6549 
6559 



CoDB Word 

GautU 

GeloHne 

Gelatinous 

GMing 

Gdidity 

Gdidness 

GdinotU 

Gdivurt 

Gctn 

Gemissani 

Gemmation 

Gendarme 

Gender 

Genealogy 

Gentrable 

Generality 

Generant 

Generation 

Generous 

Genial 

Genialness 

Geniculate 

Geniture 

Genius 

Genteel 

Gentile 

GentUity 

Gentlefolk 

Gentleman 

Gentleness 

Gentry 

Genuine 

Geocentric 

Geodesy 

Geodetic 

Geogoniccd 

Geography 

Geological 

Geology 

Geomantic 

Geometral 

Geometry 

Georgics 

Geoscopy 

Geranium 

Gerfaut 

Germanic 

Germinate 

Gerund 

Gerundial 



QiYen^continued, 

I (we) have not given 

Employers have given in [works 

Employers have given in and re-openea their 

Workmen have given in 

Workmen have given in and are resuming work 
Olad. 

I am (we are) very glad 

You may be glad to learn 

I (we) shall be glad to hear 

I (we) shall be glad to receive your market report 

I am (we are) glad to give a favourable account 

I (we) should be glad if you could [(report) 

I (we) shall be glad to know 

Shall be very gls^ to see the end of it 
Go. 

Do not go forward on any account 

Do not go forward without 

Do not go beyond 

Go ahead all you can 

Do not go ahead 

Do not go far ahead 

Where is the likely to go 

Not necessary to go purposely 

Get as much as possible and go 

Will not go to sea 

Must go 

Must not go 

Cannot go to 

Can I (we) go 

Can you go 

Can he (they) go 

If you can go 

If you cannot go 

I (we) can go 

You may go 

He (they) may go 

I (we) cannot go 

You cannot go 

He (they) cannot go 

I (we) will go if I (we) can 

Go if at all possible (--had better go) 

Go as quickly as possible 
Going. [seemg 

If you are going to shall be obliged by your 

When are you going 

I am (we are) not going 

I am (we are) going 

Not going now 

Everything going on well 

Everything going on badly 

K 2 



132 



CodbNo Code Wovd 

6551 Gestation 

6552 Gesture 

6553 Gewgaw 

6554 Geyser 

6555 Ghastly 

6556 Gherkin 

6557 Ghostlike 

6558 (?ia;i/ 

6559 Gibberish 

6560 G^<^^^ 

6561 Gibbosity 

6562 Gibelotte 

6563 Gibingly 

6564 Giddiness: 

6565 Cr^i^ 

6566 C?i>9!iaf 

6567 Gigantean 

6568 Giggling 

6569 G^ijf^/ 

6570 Gtlder 

6571 Gimcrack 

6572 Gimlet 

6573 Gingerly 

6574 Gingham 

6575 Gingival 

6576 Gingler 

6577 (?i>jy 

6578 G^iVa^ 

6579 Girandole 

6580 G^/n«f 

6581 Girdless 

6582 tPir/ix^ 

6583 Gitzard 

6584 Glabreate 

6585 Glaciate 

6586 Gladden 

6587 Gladiator 

6588 Gladsome 

6589 Glanced 

6590 Glandular 

6591 Glareous 

6592 Glaring 

6593 Glaucome 

6594 Glazier 
J6595 Gleaning 

6596 Gldfous 

6597 Gleeful 

6598 Glibness 

6599 Gliding 

6600 Glimmer 



GOI— GOO 



[gold 
— in 



Going — continued. 

No more going at present 

Going in 

Going out 
Gold. 

Freight payable in gold 

Freight payable half in gold half in paper 

Endeavour to get all freight in gold 

I (we) will not accept other than gold 

Will not accept other than gold 

Refuse to pay in gold 

Offer half m gold and half in paper 

No demand for gold 

Brisk demand for gold 

Shall I ^we) send you any gold 

Shall I (we) send you ;^ — in gold 

Please send me (us^ £ — in gold immediately 

Please send me (us) all the gold you can 

I (we) send you £ — in gold per — ' 

Do not send any gold at present 

Gold veiy scarce 

Orders have gone to your market for £ 

Oi4in iMirv i(QB« to TOW nurkst for £~ in gold to IM ftxrvardcd hen 

Please advise state of gold in your market 

PleaK advise diipaients of gold being made at yoor end 

The following gold has been shipped from here to (your port) 

The following gold has been shipped from to -^ (your port) 

No shipments of gold to report 

Stock of gold is increasing here 

Stock of gold is decreasing here 
Gone 

Where is (are) gone 

Is (are) supposed gone to 

Gone ashore 

Gone to pieces 

The has gone down 

Nearly all gone 

All gone forward 

Has (have) gone up 

Has (have) gone down 
Good. 

If good and cheap 

Not good enough 

It is (they are) no good 

If I (we) can do any good 

I (we) can do no good 

Shall be pleased to do what good I (we) cap 

If you can really do any good 

You cannot do any good 

You can do good 

Doing no good 



GOO 



133 



CodbNo 


CODB Word 


Good — continued 


6601 


Glimpse 


If equally as good as last 


6602 


GlUier 


Not ^ good as last previous parcel 


6603 


Giatmng 


Goods. 


6604 


Gloaming 


Goods are all shipped 


6605 


Globaiid 


Goods are not shipped 


6606 


Globe 


Goods will be shipped 


6607 


Globosity 


Goods will not be shipped 


6608 


Globular 


Goods were not shippied 


6609 


GloTHeraie 


Goods are all landed 


6610 


Gloomily 


Goods are not landed 


6611 


Gloominess 


Goods not yet to hand 


6612 


Glortfying 


Goods are in course of shipment 


6613 


Glorious 


Goods are in course of landing 


6614 


Glossary 


Goods are not same as sample 


661S 


Glottal 


Goods approved 


6616 


Glove 


Goods not approved 


6617 


Glowing 


Goods will be returned 


6618 


Glowworm 


Goods will not be accepted 


6619 


Gluten 


Do not take up the goods 


6620 


Glutinate 


Goods accepted on approval 


6621 


Gluttony 


Goods to be accepted if approved of 


6622 


Glyptic 


Take up the goods immediately 


6623 


Goading 


Goods remaining here at your disposal and risk 


6624 


Gobble 


Goods prohibited for importation 


6625 


Goberges 


Goods seized by Customs authorities 


6626 


Goblin 


Goods temporarily stopped by Customs authorities 


6627 


GodchUd 


Goods will be released upon payment of a fine 


6628 


Goddess 


Goods are released [of jQ — 


6629 


Godfather 


Goods advised are stopped (for) 


6630 


GodiUer 


Your goods being sent 


6631 


Godlike 


The goods being sent 


6632 


Goitrous 


Apparently your goods 


6633 


Goldfinch 


All other goods 


6634 


Goldlaa 


Other goods in faix and customary proportion 


663s 


Goloshes 


Better not let the goods mentioned pass you, 


6636 


Gomphosis 


Goods arriving in usual course [secure them for 


6637 


Gondola 


Send goods to 


6638 


GonoplcLX 


Sending goods to 


6639 


Goodliness 


Please expedite the goods 


6640 


Goodly 


You can send all the goods that are ready 


6641 


Goodmll 


Taking goods for other port(s) 


6642 


Goosd^erry 


Keep the goods in hand 


6643 


Gorgeous 


Retain goods until satisfied 


6644 


Gormandiu 


Could take the ^oods you have 


664s 


Gosling 


Goods salved will be sold by public auction 


6646 


Gospel 


Goods all lost 


6647 


Gossamer 


Goods partly lost 


6648 


Gothical 


Goods partly plundered 


6649 


G&ulotte 


Goods all damaged 


6650 


Gourmand 


Goods partly damaged 



»34 




GOO— GRO 


COD»No 


CODB WOID 


BwOa—conlinued. 


6651 

66sa 


Gouty 
Gffoernabk 


When were the goods foiwarded fshipped) 
How were the goods forwarded (uiipped) 


6653 


G(wemest 


How and when were the goods fotwaided (shipped) 


6654 


Grabuge 
Gra^ful 
Grattless 


The goods cannot be traced 


6liS5 
6656 


The^KJds cannot be traced as being shipped 


6657 
6658 


GradabU 
Graeious 


<Was3sa€Sa;s£^3&ssS 


66S9 


Gradation 


B--i».-,^.„m«,,,i.,.Wi?,"^«5SSI!C 


6660 
6661 


Gradient 
Gradual 


B,ar'"""^E«&."-i:S'S:'3sl 


6663 


Graduated 


I («) it^jtran Kcem iny (our) Mmca pmti. In [hit cue 


6663 


Grufied 


I (we) beg you to accept the goods gratis in this 
Put the mentioned goods in gratis [case 


6664 


Grains 


6665 


Graisage 


Have put them in gratis 


6666 


Grammar 


Gratnity. 


6667 


Grampus 


£ gratuity to the master [cargo 


6668 


Granary 


£ gratuity to the master for the care of the 


6669 


Grandchild 


Gratuity not customary 


6670 


Grandeur 


Must have gratuity 


6671 


Grandpen 


If you give up gratuity 


6672 


Grandson 


Chartercr(s) will not give grattuty 


6673 




Cannot give gratuity 


6674 


G^ISu 


Will not fix without gratuity £ 


667S 


Will waive gratuity if no address commission 


6676 


GranulaU 


Do not pay the gratuity 


6677 


Graphit 


Do not pay the gratuity until 


6678 


Grappling 


Have paid the gratuity 


6679 


Grasp 


Have not paid the gratuity 


6680 


Gratefully 


Will not pay the gratuity 


6681 


Grateron 


Gridiron. 


6682 


Gratify 




6683 


Gratifying 


Is on the gridiron for examination 


6684 


Gratitude 


Have you a gridiron in your port 


6685 


Gravamen 


There is a gridiron here 


6686 


Gravatier 


There is not a gridiron in this port 


6687 


Grm-dand 


Must go on the gridiron upon arrival 


6688 


Gravely 


Engage gridiron 


6689 


Gravitate 


Engage gridiron to avoid delay on arrival 


6690 


Grayling 


Have engaged gridiron 


6691 


Graystone 


Grievance. 


6693 


Greasiness 


What is your grievance 


6693 


Greatly 


What is the grievance with 


6694 


Greatness 




669s 


Grebe 


Oronnded— (See Aground). 


6696 


GredsU 


Grounded on her anchors 


6697 


Greedy 


Ship grounded, but of no importance 


6698 


Grunfinek 


WiU be grounded 


6699 


Gretngt^ 


Will be grounded soon as convenient 


6;oo 


Greenish 


Has been grounded 



QRO-GUI 



135 



CodbNo 

6701 
6702 
6703 
6704 

670s 
6706 

6707 

6708 

6709 

6710 

6711 

6712 

6713 
6714 

6715 
6716 

6717 

6718 

6719 

6720 

6721 

6722 

6723 

6724 
6725 
6726 
6727 
6728 
6729 
6730 

6731 
6732 

6733 
6734 

6735 
6736 

6737 
6738 

6739 
6740 

6741 

6742 

6743 
6744 

6745 
6746 

6747 

6748 
6749 

6750 



CoDB Word 

Greeting 

Greffier 

Gregarumi 

Grelotter 

Grenadier 

GresilUr 

GribUtte 

Gridiron 

GrUf 

Grievanu 

Griffin 

Grigqu 

GrUlage 

Grimace 

Grimness 

Grimpani 

Grifiders 

Grindstone 

Grinning 

Gripper 

Grissettes 

Grittiness 

GnzzU 

Groan 

Groaning 

Grocery 

Grognard 

Gronder 

Groom 

Grope 

Grossly 

Grossness 

Grotesque 

Grotto 

Ground 

Groundless 

Groundwork 

Grouse 

Grovelling 

Growler 

Growth 

Grubber 

Grudge 

Gru^ngly 

Gravel 

Gruffness 

Grugerie 

Grumble 

Grunt 

Gruntling 



Oroimded — continued. 

Has been grounded for survey 
Oiuurantee. 

Who will guarantee me (us) 

Will you guarantee 

I (we) will guarantee 

Do not guarantee 

I (we) have given guarantee 

If you guarantee 

If vou do not guarantee 

I (we) will not guarantee 

Must have a guarantee from a responsible party 

Require(s) a guarantee 

Will give guarantee immediately 

You must guarantee immediately 

I (we) will guarantee when necessary 

Has (have) given guarantee 

Guarantee offered is satisfactory 

Guarantee offered is not satisfactory 

Impossible to arrange guarantee 

Refuse to give guarantee 

Colliery guarantee 

As per colliery guarantee 

Against banker's guarantee 

Against guarantee of 

Against approved guarantee 
Guard. 

Guard against 

I am (we are) on our guard against 

Is (are) on his (their) guard against 
Onidance. 

Is (are) in need of guidance 

I (we) will give him (them) my (our) guidance 

Requires no guidance 

For my (our) guidance 

For your guidance 

For my (our) guidance in buying 

For my (our^ guidance in selling 

For your guidance in buying 

For your guidance in selling 

For guidance in continuing or suspending 

I (we) will send for your guidance 
OnUty. 

Has (have) been declared piilty (of— ) [to 

Has(have^been declared guilty (of) and sentenced 

Has^have) been declared guilty of misdemeanour 

Hm (hsret been declared ffulltjr of inl<demcftnour and «atenoed to 

[monthf* imprlaoDinenl 

Hat (hftTe) been dedaied tvfltr of mtedemeantmr and tentenoed to y«an* 

[imprbonmciit 

Has (have) been declared guilty of embezzlement 

Hat (hare) been deelarrd caflty of embeulement and Mntenoed H> 

[montlw* Impritonmcnt 
Uat (have) been declared cuiltjr of embeulement and MBtenced to — y«ar«* 

llntprieonn iil 



136 



GUI-HAT 



CodkNo Codb Word 

6731 Grutching 

6752 Guarded 

6753 Guardian 

6754 Guardship 

6755 Gudgeon 

6756 Guerdon 

6757 Guichet 

6758 Guidable 

6759 G^i/i7i/ 

6760 GuildhaU 

6761 6^i^iV^ 

6762 GuiUless 

6763 Guiliotine 

6764 (;i»7/r:^ 

6765 GuiMple 

6766 Guinea 

6767 Guitar 

6768 CPi^/Z^/ 

6769 ^»i7/^/^ 

6770 Gumboil 

6771 HABIT 

6772 Habitant 

6773 Habitation 

6774 /r<!K>^ 

6775 Hacking 

6776 Haddock 

6777 Haggard 

6778 Haggler 

6779 Hagship 

6780 Hailstone 

6781 Hairiness 

6782 ^o^^i/ 

6783 Halberdier 

6784 Halcyon 

6785 ^o//^/ 

6786 Halidom 

6787 HaUotis 

6788 Halloween 

6789 Haltingly 

6790 Hamlet 

6791 Hammering 

6792 Hamster 

6793 Hamstring 

6794 Hanaper 

6795 Handful 

6796 Handicap 

6797 Hcmdicraft 

6798 Handiwork 

6799 Handily 

6800 Handiness 



^i^SA^f ^-continued. 
Has (have) been declared guilty of fraud 

Hm Omn^) bMB dadma soUty «r ftvid and MBlnotd to — . 
Bm (bwrs) bMB dedtttd gidllr of fiwd wid mbIib 

Has (have) been declared guilty of felony^ 

Hm <teT«) bMB dwUred ndlty «r Moor «id MnlOMsd to — 



jUm' 

Omprlffmmcnt 
to • 



Hm (^t«) bMB dMUred goUty of Monj ud MBtmead to''' — ^m* 

[inpriioBBMiit 

Has (have) been declared guilty of forge y 

Hm (liavt) bMB deetarad gidlty of twi«ry «id MBtooMd to — 



.to , 

DmpriaimnwDC 



ffnUty 
Hm (hftvi) bwB dMlvad gidlty of temj wd mb 

Has (have) been declared guilty of high'treason" 

BM(lisT«)bMBdMln«dgiiUtyof UghtraMonaadMBtaBoedto yew** 

Dminlaonineat 

Bm (bwrs) bMB dMlnvd sotttir ofhlgfaliMMii and wtttoneed to death 

Has (have) been declared guilty of manslaughter 

Hm (haira) baan dadaiad ffniHj of mandanghtar and wntonwdto 

_• ^ LRMMthi* ImprixNiinenk 

Bm (hata) baan daalaiad fidltr ofmaiiabnchter and Maianecd to jrcan* 

nniiriaoiiiiMiit 

Has (have) been declared guilty of murder 

Bm (haTa) baan dedaiad cnilty of mordar and Mnteaeed to jpvan* 

[imprlaonmaot 
Bm Oiava) bean dMiaiad (nlltjr of mnrdar aadaantonoad to daath 

Has (have) been declared not guilty and acquitted 

Bm (haife) baan daelarad not guilty and leaiiartadottftciiaiia of—. 

HAEVBST.— (See Crop). 



What are the harvest prospects 

Every prospect of a splendid harvest 

Every prospect of an average harvest 

Every prospect of a wretched harvest 

Harvest will not be so bad as anticipated 

Harvest will not be so good as anticipated 

Good harvest 

Average harvest 

Poor harvest 

Harvest will be early 

Harvest will be late 

During harvest 

During next harvest 

During last harvest 

Hasten. 

Hasten the clearance of 
Hasten the forwaiding of — ^ 
Hasten the discharge of 

Hatches. 
Hatches to be kept open 
Hatches to be kept open whenever practicable 
Hatches to be kept closed [vided 

Hatches to be kept closed and ventilators pro- 
Hatches to be kept closed whenever practicable 

Hatches to be dosed and sealed in presence of proper witnesses 
Hatches were dosed and sealed in presence of proper witnesses 
Hatdiet to be inspected and opened in presence of proper witnesses 

Hatches were opened and inspected in presence of 
Arrived with hatches stove in [proper witnesses 



HAV— mo 



137 



CodbNo 


Code Word 




680 1 


Handling 


Haye. 


6802 


Handmaid 


Have I (we) 


6803 


Handsel 


Have you 


6804 


Handsome 


Have they (has he) 


6805 


Handy 


I (we) have 


6806 


Hanging 


You have 


6807 


Hangman 


They have (he has) 


6808 


Hankering 


I (we) have not 


6809 


Hapless 


You have not 


6810 


Happiness 


They have not (he has not) 


681 1 


Harangue 


If I (we) have 


68c2 


Harass 


If you have 


6813 


Harbitiger 


If they have (if he has) 


6814 


Hardbake 


If I (we) have not 


6815 


Hardened 


If you have not 


6816 


Hardily 


If they have not (if he has not) 


6817 


Hardimeni 


Heard. 


6818 


Hardness 


Have you heard an)'thing of — — 


6819 


Hardship 


I Twe^ have heard of 


6820 


HarOell 


I (we) have never heard of 


6821 


Harem 


I ?we) have beard of full particulars by post 

I (we) have not heard anything of — 


6822 


Harfang 


6823 


Hariolate 


Has (have) not been heard of 


6824 


Harlequin 


Has (have) not been heard of since 


6825 


Harmaitan 


Heat 


6826 


Harmful 


Great heat now set in here 


6827 


Harmless 


In consequence of the great heat 


6828 


Harmanical 


The heat continues with increased intensity 


6829 


Harmonize 


As soon as the heat abates 


6830 


Harmony 


The great heat is now gone 


6831 


Harpist 


Here. 


6832 


Harpoon 


Come here 


6833 


Harpsicon 


Come here at once 


6834 


Harridan 


You must be here the latest 


683s 


Harsh 


Do not come here 


6836 


Harshness 


Do not come here before 


6837 


Hartshorn 


Must not come here 


6838 


Hastate 


Not here 


6839 


HatabU 


Expected to pass here 


6840 


Hatching 


Passed here 


6841 


Hatchmeni 


is (are) here 


6842 


Hatful 


is tare) still here 


6843 


Haired 


Must be here by 


6844 


Hatighly 


If • could be here by end of the week 


6845 


Haunter 


If could be here by end of the month 


6846 


Hautboy 


If could be here by 


6847 


Haversack 


HigL 


6848 


Hawking 


Too high for my (our) purpose (market) 


6849 


Hawthorn 


Must not be so high as the last parcel 


6850 


Hayfidd 


I (we) think it (they) will go very high 



138 



CodbNo 

6851 
6852 

6853 

6854 

6855 

6856 

6857 

6858 

6859 

6860 
6861 
6862 

6863 

6864 
6865 

6866 
6867 
6868 
6869 
6870 
6871 
6872 

6873 
6874 

6875 
6876 

6877 
6878 

6879 

6880 

6881 

6882 

6883 

6884 

6885 

6886 

6887 

6888 

6889 

6890 

6891 

6892 

6893 

6894 

6895 

6896 

6897 

6898 

6899 

6900 



CoDB Word 

Hazard 

Hanness 

Headiness 

Headlong 

HealabU 

Heeding 

Healthful 

Heap 

Hearken 

Heartiness 

HecUhen 

Heathenish 

Heavily 

Hebdomad 

HebetaU 

Hecatomb 

Hectical 

Hederose 

Hedgerow 

Hedging 

HeedfuUy 

Hegemonic 

Hegira 

Heighten 

Heinous 

Heirdom 

Heirless 

Heirship 

Helical 

HeHostai 

Heliotrope 

Helld>ore 

Hdmage 

Helmet 

Helpful 

Hemlock 

Hemming 

Hemicrany 

Hemispltere 

Hemttrope 

Hempen 

Henbane 

Henchman 

HepaHcal 

Heptagon 

Heptarchy 

Heraldic 

Herbage 

Herborist 

Htrbulent 



High — continued. 

I (we) don't think it (they) will go vciy high 

Not so high as last advices 
Higher. 

Do not think it (they) will go any higher 

Strongly think it (they) will go higher 

May probably go a little higher 

Will undoubtedly go higher 

Is ^are^ higher than last advices 

Is (are) higher than last sale 

Not higher than 
Hire. 

Can you hire 

I (we) can hire 

If you can hire 

If you cannot hire 

You must hire 

Do not hire 

Cannot hire 

I (we) will hke 
Hired 

I (we) have hired 

I (we) have not hired 

Has (have) hired 

Has (have) not hired 
Hold 

What is the depth of hold 

Depth of hold — feet (see Quantities) 

In the hold 

Fell into the hold 

Fell into the hold and killed 

Fell into the hold and severely injured 

Fell into the hold, and apparently not much 

Feet of water reported in the hold [injured 

How long can you hold (out) 

Hold (out) as long as you can 

Hold (out) until further orders 

I (we^ can hold (out) until 

I (we) cannot hold (out) any longer 

Cannot hold together until 

Cannot hold together much longer 

I (we) shall hold 

Shall I (we) hold 

Do not hold 

Do you think it safe for me (us) to hold 

I (we^ think it quite safe to hold 

I (we; think it not safe to hold 

Will hold together 

Hold firmly 

Hold firm for the present 

I (we) have none to hpld 



HOL-HOU 



139 



CddbNo Codb Wobd 

6901 Herdsman 

6902 Heresy 

6903 Heretic 

6904 HereHcide 

6905 HeriotabU 

6906 Heritage 

6907 Hermetieal 

6908 Hermit 

6909 Hemious 

6910 Herodian 

69 1 1 Heroic 

6912 Heroically 

6913 Heroism 
6)14 Herpetic 
6^15 Hesitancy 

6916 Hesitation 

6917 Hesperian 

6918 Hesternal 

6919 Heterodox 

6920 Hexagonal 

6921 Hexameter 

6922 Hibernal 

6923 Hiccup 

6924 Hideous 

6925 H^ler 

6926 Highland 

6927 Highness 

6928 Highway 

6929 Hilarity 

6930 Hillock 

6931 Hinderanu 

6932 Hindmost 

6933 Hirding 

6934 Hirsute 

6935 Historian 

6936 History 

6937 Hithermost 

6938 Hoarded 

6939 Hoarfrost 

6940 Hoariness 

6941 Hoarseness 

6942 Hobgoblin 

6943 Hobnail 

6944 Hodman 

6945 Holitfast 

6946 Hollow 

6947 Hollowness 

6948 HoUystcne 

6949 Homage 

6950 Homestead 



Hold — eontimtsd. 

What do you hold at present 
Holden— (See Sellers.) 

Holders are scarce 

Holders are plentiful 

Holders are hard to deal with 

Holders are giving way 

Holders are firm 

Holders are firm, looking for improved prices ere 
Home [long 

How are all at home 

All well at home 

All well at home except 

Come home immediately 

Get ( ) home immediately 

I (we) will come home immediately all is settled 

Impossible to come home 

Impossible to come home until 

Will proceed home immediately after the inquiry 

May be home to-morrow [is held 

May be home on or about 

Is (are) away from home for some days 

Is (are) coming home by the -^— 

Has (have) gone away from home 
Honorable. 

Most honorable people 

Nothing more honorable 

Has (have) a most honorable reputation 

Is (are) considered anything but honorable 
Hope. 

Have 3rou any hope 

There is very little hope 

All hope is abandoned 

I (we) have every hope 

Past all hopes 

I (we) hope you will 

I (we) hope you will not 
Horse rower. 

Nominal horse power 

Effective horse power 
HospitaL 

The captain is in the hospital 

The mate is in the hospiul 

The engineer is in the hospital 

' of the crew are in the hospital 

All the crew are in the hospital 

Have the men (man) taken to the hospital at once 

Has (have) been taken to the hospital 

If necessary leave him (them) in the hospital 

Musi be left behind in the hospital 
Hoiir(t). 



I40 




Hon HUK 


CodbNo 


Code Wobd 


'EoJiJ^n)— continued. 


6951 


Homicide 


Subject to reply in 2 hours 


6952 


Homily 


Subject to reply in 3 hours 


6953 


Homogmy 


Subject to reply in 6 hours 


6954 


Honeycomb 


Subject to reply in hours 


6955 


Homed 


At what hour 


6956 


Honorary 


At any hour of the day 


6957 


Honored 


At any hour of the night 


6958 


Honorific 


At any hour of the day and/or night 


6959 


Hood 


Before business hours 


6960 


Hoodiess 


During business hours 


6961 


Hoodwink 


After business hours 


6962 


Hookah 


Not during business hours 


6963 


Hooking 


How. 


6964 


Hopbind 


How is (are) 


6965 


Hopiful 


How is Mr. 


6966 


Hopeless 


How is Mrs. 


6967 


Hopper 


How is Miss 


6968 


Hopscotch 


How shall I (we) 


6969 


HoraUy 


How can (will) you 
How can (will) he (they) 


6970 


Horde 


6971 


Horizon 


How much 


6972 


Horizontal 


How many 


6973 


HombiU 


Hiimoano.---(See Wind) 


6974 


Homimg 


It is blowing a hurricane here 


697s 


Hornet 


Have had a hurricane at 


6976 


Homify 


Reported foundered in a hurricane 


6977 


Hornless 


Experienced a severe hurricane 


6978 


Hornpipe 


Caught in the hurricane 


6979 


Horologe 


Severe hurricane passed over 


6980 


Horometer 


During the hurricane [p^rty 


6981 


Horoscope 


Severe hurricane has done much damage to pro- 


6982 


Horrible 


Greatly damaged by hurricane [ricane 


6983 


Horridness 


The following casualties occurred during a hur- 


6984 


Horrific 


Hnrry. 


6985 


Horseback 


Hurry off 


6986 


Horseshoe 


Do not hurry 


6987 


Hortensial 


No need to hurry off 


6988 


Hortulan 


Great hurry here to 


6989 


Hosier 


Are you in a great hurry 


6990 


Hospice 


I sun (we are) in great hurry for 


6991 


Hospitage 


It is most important to hurry on all you can 


6992 


Hospodar 


Hurry forward all you possibly can 


6993 


Hostage 


Hurry forward all you possibly can, much wanted 


6994 


Hostelry 


I am (we are) in no hurry [here (at — ) 


6995 


Hostess 


Owing to the hurry of business 


6996 


Hostility 


In the hurry of 


6997 


Hotbed 


Hurt 


6998 


HotchpoUh 


Anyone hurt 


6999 


Hothouse 


No one hurt 


7000 


Holly 


Is (are) hurt 



hub^uca: 



141 



CodbNo 

^001 
roo2 
foo3 
foo4 
foos 
foo6 
foo7 
foo8 
foo9 

fOIO 

foil 

fOI2 

foi3 
fO[4 
fois 
foi6 
foi7 
roi8 
^019 

f020 
f02I 
f022 
f023 
f024 
'025 

ro26 

102J 
f028 

ro29 
ro3o 
f03i 

f032 

ro33 

f034 

f03S 
^036 

037 
ro38 

f039 
ro40 

ro4i 

ro42 

043 

ro44 

'04S 
ro46 

ro47 

048 

ro49 

ros© 



Code Wobd 

BatUntai 

Houdah 

Hough 

Hofmd 

Hausitge 

ICICLE 

lambique 

Icelander 

Ichneu$non 

Icknograph 

Ichorous 

Icomcal 

Iconodasi 

lamolaire 

lanudogy 

Iconomague 

Icosaedre 

Icosandria 

Ideal 

IdmlUm 

IdecdmmU 

Identical 

Identifier 

IdenHque 

Ideology 

Idiocrasy 

Idiom 

Idiomatic 

Idietcy 

IdioHam 

Idiotique 

Idiopathic 

Idleness 

Idler 

Idiocratic 

Idolater 

Idolatrous 

Idolise 

Idoneous 

IdyUe 

Iglesia 

Igneous 

Ignicola 

Jgnicolist 

Igmtable 

Ignite 

IgniHon 

Ignobly 

Ignominy 



Sort — continued^ 

Captain hurt 

Mate hurt . 

Engineer hurt 

Se£unan (men) hurt 

Fireman(]nen; hurt 

The following is (are) hurt 
ICE. 

Must have ice clause in charter party and B/L 

Must have ice clause in bill of lading 

Cannot admit ice clause in charter party and B/L 

Cannot admit ice clause in bill of lading 

Is (are) delayed by ice 

Must be despatched before ice sets in 

Is your port icebound 

Is (are) now fast in Uie ice 

Ice is setting in fast 

Ice is setting in slowly 

We are icebound 

Navigation entirely closed by ice 

The port and roadstead are covered with ice 

Entirely covered with ice 

There is much drift ice in the fairway 

At present not much ice here 

At present very much ice here 

All ports with risk of ice to be excluded 

The ice is breaking up slowly 

The ice b breaking up quickly 

Expect to be dear of ice about 

If present weather lasts shall be clear of ice about 

The foirway here is free of ice 

Cut through by ice 

Cut through by ice and sunk 
Ignorant 

I am (we are) quite ignorant regarding 

He is (they are) quite ignorant regarding 

hl 

— is very ill 

is danp;erously ill 

Your — is very ill 

Your -^— is dangerously ill 

I am very ill 

I am very ill, come or send immediately 

I have been very ill 

— has been very ill 
Not seriously ill 

Imagine. 
Can you imagine 
I (we) cannot ima^e 
I (we) should imagine 
Do not imagine 



142 



IMA- 



li';i: 



CDDbNo 

7051 
7052 

7053 

7054 

70SS 
7056 

7057 
7058 

7059 
7060 

7061 

• 7062 

7063 

7064 

7065 

7066 

7067 

7068 

7069 

7070 

7071 

7072 

7073 
7074 

7075 
7076 

7077 

7078 

7079 

7080 

7081 

7082 

7083 
7084 

7085 
7086 

7087 

7088 

7089 

7090 

7091 

7092 

7093 
7094 

7095 
7096 

7097 

7098 

7099 

7100 



CODK Word 

Ignoramus 

Ignoratin 

Ignore 

IgnosdbU 

Iliaque 

lUcUivdy 

lUaudabU 

lU^alUy 

lil^Uime 

Illidtous 

lUinition 

Illness 

lUUeraU 

Illogidte 

lUotisme 

lUuded 

Illumine 

Illusion 

Illusory 

Illustrate 

Imag&y 

Imaginani 

Imantar 

Imbedle 

Imbibe 

ImMden 

Insanity 

Imbricate 

Imbrique 

Imbroglio 

Imbrued 

Imitable 

Imitator 

Immaculate 

ImmanacU 

Immanaiion 

Immartial 

Immaturity 

Immediacy 

Immemorant 

Immensity 

Immerge 

Immerdon 

Imnuuble 

Imminent 

Immiscer 

Immit 

Immobility 

Immodeste 

Immolate 



ImBg^e—continued. 

He (they) imagine 

He (they) cannot imagine 
ImmateriaL 

It b almost immaterial 

It is quite immaterial to me (us) 

It is quite immaterial to him (them) 
Immediate. 

No good unless immediate 

Immediate delivery 

Immediate shipment 
Immediately. 

You must do it immediately 

I (we) acted immediately 

He (uiey) acted immediately 

It was done immediately 

Cannot act immediately 

Send immediately 

Come immediately 

Come or send some one immediately 
Impatient 

Is (are) getting very impadent 

I am (we are) getting very impatient 

Shipi)ers are im^tient 

Consignees are impatient 

Sellers are impatient 

Buyers are impatient 

Please do not be impatient 

You are impatient 

Is (are) impadent 
Important 

Is it important 

Is Tare) very important 

Is (are) not very important 

Important to carry it through well 
Imports. 

Send me (us) list of your imports from this 

I (we) send list of imports by first post 

Our imports are very extensive 

Our imports are very small 

Imports are large 

Imports will increase shordy 
* Imports will fall off shortly 

Imports are now increasing 

Imports are now decreasing 

What are the imports this year 

What were the imports last year 

What are the imports this month 

What were the imports last month 

What are the imports this week 

What were the imports last week 



Ii';i: 



INC 



'43 



CodbNo 

[OI 
[02 

:o3 

t04 

[06 
:o7 
08 
09 
10 
II 
ij 

13 

IS 
16 

17 

18 j 

19 
20 

21 

22 

«3 

24 

25 
26 

27 

28 

29 

30 

31 

32 

33 

34 

35 

36 

37 

38 

39 
40 

41 
42 

143 

:44 

45 
146 

47 
148 

49 
50 



CodbWoro 

ImmalaHon 

Immonike 

Immortal 

Immart^ 

Immunity 

Immure 

Immutably 

Imp 

Impacabk 

Impact 

Impairment 

Impale 

Impanate 

Impanation 

Impoffait 

Imparity 

Impartial 

Impasse 

Impatible 

Impatient 

In^each 

Impeccant 

Impede 

Impedibk 

ImpeUing 

Impenitent 

Imperative 

ImperdaUe 

Imperfect 

Imperial 

Impermeate 

In^ervious 

Impetigo 

Impetrate 

Impetus 

Impiety 

Impinge 

Impish 

Implant 

Implement 

Impletian 

Implicate 

ImpUquer 

Implarer 

Impoliment 

Impone 

Imporosite 

Importune 

Imposing 

Imposant 



lmpfiBtii^''€ontinueeL 
The imports this year are 
The imports last year were 
The imports this month 
The imports last month were 
The imports this week are 



The imports last week were 
Impossible. 

Quite impossible at present 

It is impossible 

It was quite impossible 

It is not impossible 

Terms are impossible 
Impression. 

What is your impression 

My (our) impression is 

He has (they have) an impression that 
Improper. 

Very improper of you 

You acted m a very improper manner 

Veiy improper of him (them) 
Inmrove. 

Do you think he (it — they) will improve 

Try utmost to improve 

Think he fit — they) will improve 

Think he (it — diey) will not improve 

May improve by waiting 

Not likdy to improve 

You ought to improve 

Improve upon last rates if possible 

Improve upon the quality if possible 

Cannot improve upon last rates 

Cannot improve upon last rates offered 

Will endeavour to miprove upon the rates offered 

Will endeavour to improve upon the quality 

There is a slight tendency to improve 

Impossible to improve the quali^ 
Inadeouata 

Inadequate for the purpose intended 

Remuneration is inadequate to the services 
Incapable. 

Is (are) incapable of his (their) duties 

Is (are) incapable of following instructions 

Is (are) incapable of 
Inolined. 

Are you inclined to 

If you are inclined to 

If you are not inclined to 

I am (we are) inclined 

I am (we are) not inclined 

I am (we are) inclined to act (think) as suggested 



144 



INO-IND 



CodbNo 

SI 

S» 

53 

54 

55 

56 

57 

58 

59 
160 

61 

:63 

63 
[64 

65 
166 

,67 

68 

69 

ro 
I 

'3 

5 ; 

r6 

7 
fS 

9 
:8o 

[81 

[82 

83 
[84 

186 

[87 
88 
89 
90 

9» 
92 

93 
94 

95 
96 

97 
98 

99 

'200 



CooB Word 

Impostor 

Impotent 

Impouttd 

Impovinsh 

Imprecator 

Impression 

Imprest 

Imprevu 

Imprimeur 

ImprobaUe 

Impromptu 

Improvahle 

Improviser 

Improuver 

Imprudence 

Impudent 

Impugn 

Impulse 

Impunity 

Impudeur 

Impuissant 

Impulsion 

Impurement 

Imputable 

Imputation 

Inability 

Inachete 

Inaetuate 

Inadvert 

InamusabU 

ItiammcUt 

Inanition 

Inanity 

Inapcrcu 

InappHqui 

Inassorti 

Inaudible 

Inaugurate 

Inauralion 

Inborn 

Incanierer 

Incanting 

Incarctrer 

Incarnate 

Incarated 

Incendious 

Inceftsor 

Incentive 

Incerative 

Incessable 



Inclined — continued. 

I ain(weare)not inclined toact(think)as suggested 

He is (they are) inclined to act ^think) as suggested 

He is (they are) not inclined to act (think) as 
IndntiTe. [suggested 

Inclusive of all charges 

Inclusive of everything 

days inclusive, for all purposes 

Inooniiitoiit 

You are inconsistent 

I am (we are) not inconsistent 

He is (they are) inconsistent 

He is ^they are) not inconsistent 
Inconyenienoe. 

If you can without inconvenience [venience 

You are putting me (us) to a great deal of incon- 

I (we} regret putting you to slightest inconvenience 

The mconvenience is entirely unavoidable 

There will be no inconvenience 
Ineoneet 

Your statement is incorrect 

My (our) previous statement is incorrect 
Inoreaie. 

Can you increase 

If you can increase 

If you cannot increase 

I (we) can increase 

I (we) cannot increase 

Do you think he (it — they} will increase 

I (we) think he (it — they) will increase 

I (we) do not thmk he fit — they) will increase 

Do not increase 

Increase your order 

Cannot increase my (our) order 

Cannot increase your order 

Increase my (our) order to 

Increase the shipment 

Do not increase the shipment 

An increase is expected 

An increase has occurred 
Indefinite. 

Is too indefinite 

Your telegram is too indefinite 

Your ofiier(s) is (are) too indefinite 

Your order(s) is (are) too indefinite, please send 
Indemni^. [further particulars 

Who will indemnify me (us) 

I (we) will indemnify you 

Will indemnify you 

Will not undertake to indemnify 
Indiiereetly. 



IND-INP 



H5 



I 

CodbNo 

'20I 
202 
203 
204 
205 
'2o6 

207 

208 

209 

210 

'211 
'212 

213 
214 

215 
'2 16 

217 

218 

219 

220 

'221 

'322 

223 

324 

325 

226 

227 

r228 

229 

230 

231 

23* 

^33 

234 

«35 
236 

237 
238 

239 
'240 

241 

^242 

243 

244 

•a4S 
246 

247 

248 

249 

250 



Code Wobd 

Jncessancy 

Inchoate 

Inchord 

Inddeni 

Incinerate 

Incipient 

Incision 

Incisory 

Indiation 

Incitement 

Indvique 

Inclemency 

Inclinable 

IncHner 

Incloud 

Incognito 

Incoherent 

Incolumity 

Incommode 

Incompact 

Incomplex 

Inconcinne 

Incondite 

Incongrual 

Inconsist 

Inconstant 

Incontesta 

Incony 

Incorporai 

Incorpse 

Incorrupt 

Incrassate 

Increate 

Incredible 

Increment 

Incroyable 

Incrust 

Incubation 

Incubus 

Inculcate 

Inculpable 

Incumbaicy 

Incurable 

Incursion 

Inairvated 

Incurvity 

Indagctte 

Indecorous 

Indelible 

Indemniser 



IniUonMy—eontinued, 

You have acted very indiscreetly 

I (we) have acted very indiscreetly; 

He hsLs (they have) acted very indiscreetly 
Induce. 

If you can induce 

If you cannot induce 

You must induce 

I (we^ cannot induce 

I (we) will induce 

He (they) cannot induce 

He (they) will induce 
Inducement 

What inducement have you to offer 

Not sufficient inducement 

If sufficient inducement offers 

No inducement whatever 

Cannot offer sufficient inducement 

Unless decidedly better inducement ' 
InfiMted. 

Declared infected 

In consequence of being declared infected 
Infection.— (See Quarantine) 

Arrived with infection on board 
Inform. 

Inform me (us) by letter 

Inform me f us) by telegraph immediately 

Inform my (our) friends at — — 

Inform Lloyd's agent 

Inform the owners 

Inform the captain 

Inform the agent([s) 

Had better fully inform me fus) of prospects 

At the request of ^— - I (we) hlave to iiiform jrou 

My {om) correspondent in informs me (us) 

I (we) will inform you soon as possible 

I (we) cannot inform you at present 

Please inform 

Do not inform 

Very pleased to inform you 

Very grieved to inform you 
Information. 

Give earliest possible information 

What information have you of — - 

Give us all the information you have 

I (we) have no satisfactory information 

No ii^ormation to hand yet 

Information has been received 

Have private information 

Have no further information 

Further information will be telegraphed 

L 



146 



INF -INS 



COdbNo 

2$! 
252 

«S3 
254 

'«55 
256 

'257 
258 

«59 
'260 

261 

'262 

-263 

264 

265 

266 

267 

268 

1269 

270 

'271 

272 

273 

274 

276 
277 
278 
279 
280 
281 
^282 
283 
284 
285 
286 
287 
288 
289 
290 
291 
1292 

293 

294 

295 
296 

297 

'298 

299 

300 



CODB WOBD 

Indent 

Indentment 

Indesinmt 

Indexical 

Indicative 

Indidble 

Indictian 

Indigence 

Indigenous 

Ind^ested 

IndigHaie 

Indignity 

IndigoOc 

Indisfoser 

Inditer 

Indirnduai 

Indocile 

Indolence 

Indoor 

Indubious 

Jndubitate 

Induct 

Inductile 

Induction 

Induce 

Indulgence 

Indument 

Indurate 

Indusium 

Industry 

In^able 

Inegalite 

Inelegant 

Includible 

Ineptitude 

Inertly 

Inerudite 

Inescate 

Inespere 

IneviicUfle 

Inexorable 

Inexpert 

Inexpiable 

In/allibU 

Infamous 

Infancy 

Infantile 

Infanterie 

Infatuate 

Infective 



IsdormBtimi^-continued, 

Further information by first post 

For your private information only 
■ ' can give you all information 

The information you ask for goes by first post 

Think your information is incorrect 

I (we) thank you for the information 
Injured. 

man (men) have been injured 

No one injured 

Is (are) very much injured 

About persons injured 

Iignry. 

What injury has been done 

No injury has occurred 

Great injury has occurred 

Slight injury has occurred 

With injury to the following 
Inquiry. 

Have you any inquiry for 

You will probably have an inquiry for 

I (we) have an inquiry for 

Inquiry is being made 

No incjuiry is being made 

Great mquiry for 

Not mudi inquiry for 

Make inquiry 

The inquiry comes from 

Infomi(s) me (us) that he (they) have inquiry for 

There is hardly any inquiry whatever 

Have met with some inquuy 

All descriptions meet with a regular inquiry 

Official inquiry will most probably be held 

Board of Trade intend holding inquiry 

Result of Board of Trade inquiry is 

Charterers insist upon holding an inquiry 

Owners insist upon holding an inquiry 

Inquiry will be held 

Result of inquiry 
Insert 

Insert the following 

Do not insert 
Iniift 

If insist upon 

If do not' msist upon 

msist(s) upon 

do (does) not insist upon 



Do you still insist upon 
You must insist upoii 
I (we^ must insist upon 
I (we) will not insist upon 



INS 



147 



CoobNo 

7301 
730* 

7303 
7304 
7305 

1306 

7307 
7308 
7309 

7310 

73" 
7312 

7313 
7314 

7315 
7316 

7317 

7318 

7319 
7320 

7321 

7322 

73^3 
73*4 

7325 
7326 

7327 
7328 

7329 
7330 
7331 
7332 

7333 
7334 

7335 
7336 

7337 
7338 

7339 
7340 
7341 
7342 
7343 
7344 
7345 
7346 

7347 
7348 

7349 
7350 



CoDB Word 

Ifrfecund 

Infeliciie 

Inferable 

Inference 

Infertile 

Infested 

Infidel 

Infidelity 

Infiltrate 

Infinite 

Infiniment 

Infinitude 

Infirmity 

Inflamer 

Inflate 

Inflation 

Inflection 

Infiechir 

Inflexible 

Inflicter 

Infliger 

Influenza 

Influxion 

Infolding 

Infolutte 

Informant 

Infortiat 

Infract 

Infracteur 

Infringe 

Infulas 

Infundado 

Infuriate 

InfusccUe 

Infusion 

Ingelable 

Ingenious 

Ingenuity 

Ingraft 

Ingrained 

Ingratiate 

Ingredient 

Ingress 

InguincU 

InJuUfit 

Inhaling 

Inherent 

Inheritor 

Inhesion 

Inhibition 



TsuAtX — continued. 

Do not insist 

Insist immediately upon an arrangement or settle- 
Inaolyent [ment of the business 

Is (are) insolvent 

Is (are^ reported insolvent 

Is (are) not insolvent 
Instrnct. 

Instruct captain to 

Instruct agent(s) to 

I (we) instruct captain 



I ^we) instruct agents 



[we; instruct agents to wire you direct 

Inttmetiona. 

Have you any instructions 

I (we]) have no instructions 

Wait instructions 

Wait written instructions 

Wait further instructions 

Please send instructions forthwith 

Please send instructions to my (our) agent(s) 

Telegraph instructions direct to 

To whom am I (are we) to apply for instructions 

If you have any instructions 

If you have no instructions 

For instructions apply to 

Follow the instructions of 

Give (send) written instructions to 

Have you any instructions to take up 

I (we) have instructions to take up 

I (we) have no instructions to take up 

Full instructions have been given (sent) 

Full instructions will be given (sent) 

I (we) have received instructions 

Your instructions are having every attention 

Your instructions cannot be carried out 

Waiting instructions 

Waiting instructions to proceed 

Waiting instructions before buying further 

Waiting instructions before selling further 

Waiting instructions before further action 

According to instructions 

Not according to instructions [structions 

My (our) letter of contains all possible in- 

Instructions arrived too late 

Insurance. 

Have you commenced the insurance 
How are you getting on with the insurance 
When will you commence the insurance 
When will you finish the insurance 
If you have commenced the insurance 
L 2 



148 



INS 



CodbNo 
35 « 

'353 
'354 
'355 
356 
'357 
'358 

'359 
'360 

^361 
^362 

363 

364 

365 
366 

'367 
368 

P369 
370 

371 
[372 

'373 
'374 

'375 
376 

'377 
378 
'379 
^380 
r38i 

382 

'383 

384 

385 
^386 

'387 
388 

389 
390 

391 
392 

'393 
'394 

'395 

396 

'397 

'398 

'399 
1400 



CoDB Word 

Inhumate 

Inimical 

Iniquity 

Initial 

Initiated 

Initiative 

Injection 

Inkling 

Inkpot 

Inkstand 

Inlagation 

Iftlay 

Inlaying 

Inlidan 

Inmates 

Innately 

Innocenu 

Innovate 

Innuendo 

Inoculate 

Inodorous 

Inopportune 

Inordinate 

Inorganic 

Inquietant 

Inguinale 

InquisibU 

Inquisitor 

Insanable 

Insanity 

Insaticihle 

Inscribe 

Inscrolled 

Insect 

Insectator 

Insectile 

Insensate 

Insensibly 

Insepulto 

Insertion 

Inservient 

Insidiator 

Instaiaus 

Insignia 

Insincere 

Insinuate 

Insipid 

Insistent 

Insolait 

Insolation 



Zninrance — continued. 
If you have not commenced the insurance 
If you have finbhed the insurance 
If you have not finished the insurance 
Have you finished the insurance 
Not yet commenced the insurance 
Have commenced the insurance 
Have got on with the insurance as &r as 
Have finished the insurance 
Will commence the insurance 
Will finish the insurance 

Ingnre. 
Shall I (we) insiue 
How much shall I (we) insure 
How shall I (we) insure 
At what rate can you insure 
At what rate can you insure F.P.A. 
At what rate can you insure against total loss 
At what rate can you insure against all risks 
At what rate can 3P0U insure against war risk 
I ^we) can insure 
I ^we) can insure F.P.A. at —~^ 
I { we) can insure against total loss at 
I \wei can insure against all risks at 
I ^we) can insure against war risk at* 
I (we) cannot insure 
I (we) cannot insiu-e F.P.A. 
I (we) cannot insure against total loss 
I (we) cannot insure against all risks 
I (we) cannot insure against war risk 
Insure provisionally if possible 
Insure on deck at shipowner's risk 
Insure on deck at shipper's risk 



Insure j^ 
Insure JQ 
Insure £ 
Insure jt 



on 



per 



from 



-to 



on fi-eight 
on advance 
on bottomry 



from 



Insure F.P.A. 

Insure against total loss only 

Insure agpnst all risks 

Insure £ commission P.P.I. 

Insure to our debit £ on per 

Insure with the companies [ to 

Insure with Lloyd's 

Do not insure 

Do not insure with the companies 

Do not insure with Lloyd's ^ ("best 

Insure with Lloyd's and/or companies as you think 

Can insure the ship 

Can insure the cargo 

Can insure the ship and cargo 



INS-INT 



149 



CodbNo 

^40 1 

^402 

403 
f404 

'405 
'406 

1407 

r4o8 

r409 

r4io 

411 

412 

^413 
'414 

^415 
^416 

417 
r4i8 

419 

f420 

421 

^42 2 

'423 
^424 

'425 
^426 

427 

r428 

'429 

430 

f43i 

^432 

'433 

'434 

'435 

436 

'437 

'438 

'439 

'440 

'441 
442 

'443 
'444 

'445 
446 

'447 

'448 

'449 

'450 



CoDB Word 

Insolently 

Insolidite 

Insoluble 

Insomnie 

Insouciant 

InspedtMT 

Insfiersion 

Inspir<sU 

Instable 

InstcUling 

Instate 

Insiaurate 

Instep 

Instigate 

Instillate 

Instinct 

Institute 

Instruire 

Instrument 

InsucaUe 

Insuffler 

Insular 

Insulter 

Insultment 

Ifisuf^ger 

Intact 

Intactile 

Intangible 

Int^er 

IntegrcU 

Intigument 

Intellect 

Intemerate 

Intenable 

Intendant 

Intensity 

Intentive 

InterccUar 

Interceder 

Intercess 

Intercur 

Interim 

Interjeter 

Interleave 

Interline 

Interlope 

Interlude 

Interment 

Intermesh 

IfUermise 



Insure — continued 

Can insure the ship but not the cargo 

Can insure the cargo but not the ship 

Cannot insure the ship 

Cannot insure the cargo 

Cannot insure ship and /or cargo 

At what rate can you insure against fire 

I ^we^ can insure against fire at 

I (we) cannot insure against fire 

Insure against fire jQ 

Insure against fire while under repair 

Insure free of capture and seizure 

I (we) can insure at lower rate than you can 

You can insure at lower rate than I (we) can 

Reinsure as originally 

Reinsure with — per cent added 
Xniured. 

Have you insured 

How is it (are they) insured 

Are the goods insured 

Is the ship insured 

Is (are) not insured 

I ^we) have insured 

I (we) have not insured 

The goods are fully insured 

The ship is fully insured 

The goods are not insured 

The ship is not insured [or companies 

Is (are) the insured, and if so is it with Lloyd's 

Is (are) wholly insured with Lloyd's 

Is (are) wholly insured with companies 

Is (are) partly msured with Lloyd's and companies 

Inform me (us) how you are insured 

Xntem iM (u) hov joa are buaral, whethor Sodetjr* Clnbi lAaj&*u or 

COonpaajr 

Insured in — Society 

Insured in -^— Club 

Insured in a protection society 
Intention. 

What is your intention 

My (our) intention is to 

Has ^have) an intention to 

Has (have) no intention to 

He (they) had no intention to 

I ^we) have (had) no intention 

I (we) have changed my (our) intention 

That is my (our) intention 
I]iterest(t). 

Watch the interests of vessel and cargo 

Watch my (our) interests 

Interests of vessel and cargo have every care 

Your interests are being looked after 



ISO 



INT-INV 



CodrNo 

^452 

'453 

'454 

^55 

'456 

'457 

'458 

'459 
'460 

^462 

'463 

'464 
465 

f466 

'467 
468 

'469 

'470 
471 

'472 
'473 
'474 
'475 
'476 

'477 

'478 

'479 
^480 

r48i 

r482 

'483 

484 

'485 
^486 

'487 
r488 

'489 

'490 

'491 

'492 

'493 

'494 

'495 

'496 

'497 

'498 

'499 
500 



CODB Word 

Iniermit 

Intemeu 

Internode 

Jnterpeal 

Interpret 

Interroger 

Interrupt 

Interscind 

Intersect 

Interstice 

Interval 

Intervened 

Interview 

Intestate 

Inthral 

Intimate 

Intimidate 

Intituler 

Intolerant 

Intonation 

Intonso 

Intortion 

Intrench 

Intrepid 

Intricate 

Intrigue 

Intrinsic 

Introduce 

Introspect 

Introsume 

Introvert 

Intrude 

Intrusion 

Intrusted 

Intuitive 

Intwine 

Inumbrate 

Inundate 

Inurbane 

Inure 

Inutile 

Invader 

Invalid 

InvcUidate 

Invariable 

Invasion 

Invective 

Inveigh 

Inveigle 

Inventor 



lJi^isretX(%y^continued. 
Have taken every care of your interests 
For the interest of all concerned 
Quite separate and distinct interests 
I (we) have no interest in the matter 
I (we) have an important interest in the matter 
You may sell my (our) interests in the property 

I («•) taitfv told all your iaterait In ftill pwtlculan flnt port 

Less months interest at rate of per cent 



Endeavour to get 
Proof of interest 



to take an interest in the 

[business 



Interest at the rate of 

What interest will be allowed 

Interest will be allowed at the rate of 

Interest too high 

Interest much too high, try and obtain 

Interest much too low 

Interest much too low, try and obtain 

What is the rate of interest 

What interest can I (we) charge 

Have omitted the interest in the account 

You are not entitled to interest 

I (we) shall claim interest 

No interest will be allowed 

I (we) beg your interest on my (our) behalf 

I (we) beg your interest on behalf of 

Interfere. 

May I (we) interfere 

Do not interfere 

I (we) think you had better interfere 

I (we) think you had better not interfere 

If I (we) interfere 

If I (we) do not interfere 

Do not allow to interfere 

If f they) will interfere with 

If (they) will not interfere with 
Interfering^. 

If it can be done without interfering (with — ) 

If it cannot be done without interfering (with — ) 

It can be done without interfering (with — ) 

It cannot be done without interfering (with — ) 

Without interfering with 

Is (are) interfering (with — ) 

Is (are) interfering with 

Invest— (See Stocks, &c) 

Invest on my (our) account immediately 

I (we) will invest on your account 

Do not invest any further 

Do not invest 
Inyested. 

Have you invested as advised 



INV— JAN 



»5i 



CodbNu 

7501 

502 

503 
504 
505 

'506 

508 

509 

5" 
512 

517 
5'9 

[522 
523 

'525 
526 

527 
'528 

529 
530 
531 
532 

533 
'534 

'535 
536 

'537 
538 
'539 
'540 

541 
542 
'543 
'544 

'545 
546 

547 
•548 
'549 

550 



COOB WOSD 

Inventive 

Inventory 

Inverse 

Inversion 

Inverted 

Invest 

Ifrvestment 

Inveterate 

Invidious 

Invigorate 

Invincible 

Inviolate 

Inviscate 

Invisible 

Invitation 

Invite 

Invocate 

Involute 

Involve 

Inwardly 

Inwrap 

Irascible 

Iridescent 
lABALCON 
Jabalina 
Jabardear 
Jcd>ardillo 
Jabbering 
Jabega 
Jabeque 
/abler 
Jabonado 
Jabuco 
Jacara 
/accuser 
Jacerina 
Jacinth 
Jacinto 
Jackal 
Jackanape 
Jackdaw 
Jacket 
Jacklings 
Jacobin 
Jaconet 
Jactancy 
Jactarse 
Jaculation 
Jade 
Jagged 



IsiyMi&iL—continued 

I (we^ have invested on your account 

Has (have) invested on your account 
Investment 

The investment mentioned is bad 

Cannot advise the investment you mention 

The investment mentioned is considered first class 

The investment mentioned is considered very bad 

The investment mentioned is considered fair 

The investment was made according to instructions 

The investment was not made according to instruc- 

I (we) will take share(s) in investment [tions 

Invoioe. 

Not exceeding ori^^nal invoice cost 

Send me (us) invoice 

Send me (us) invoice first post 

Invoice will be sent 

You paying invoice against 

I (we) paying invoice against 

Invoice omitted in my (our) letter of -~ goes for- 

Invoice was omitted m your letter [waid to-day 
Irregular. 

Very irregular 

Your proceedings appear to me (us) very irregular 
JAKUAEY. 

During the month of January 

During next January 

About beginning of January 

About middle of January 

About end of January 

Last January 

About next January 

rst day of January 

2nd day of January 

3rd day of January 

4th day of January 

5th day of January 

6th day of January 

7th day of January 

8th day of January 

9th day of January 

loth day of January 

nth day of January 

12th day of January 

13th day of January 

14th day of January 

15 th day of January 

1 6th day of January 

17th day of January 

r8th day of January 

19th day of January 



152 




JAN-^UL 


CodbNo 


CODI WOID 




7SS' 


Jailer 


jothday of Januaiy 


7SS» 


Jalap 


a I St day of January 


7553 


Jalbigar 


33nd day of January 


7554 


Jalomer 


a 3rd day of anuary 


7555 


J^mar<n 


24th day of anuaiy 


755^ 


Janibagc 


ajth day of January 


7557 


Jamhtatix 


26th day of anuaiy 


7558 


Jambrtte 


a7thday of anuaty 
38th day of anuaiy 


7SS9 


Jambon 


7560 


Jamet-dar 


agth day of January 


7561 


Jandalo 


30thday of January 


7562 


Jangk 


3iatdav of January 


7563 


Janitor 


7564 


Jamsary 


Has jettisoned part of her cargo 


7565 


Janlolina 


Has ettisoned the following 


7566 


Japanner 


Has ettisoned her deck cargo 


7567 


Jaqutlado 


Has ettisoned pait (A her deck cargo 


7568 




Joint 


75^ 


Jarabe 


On joint interest (account) 


7570 


Jaramt^o 


Not on joint interest (account) 


7571 


JarapoU 


Join. 


7S7a 


JarsM 


VViU you join 


7573 


Jargmulk 


UweJwiUjoin 


7574 


Jamut 


I (we) will not join 


7575 


Jarrda 


Ifyou will join 


7576 


Jasfear 


Ifyou win not join 


7577 


Jasptado 


Do not join 


7578 


Jaumike 


Cannot join 


7579 


Jaiiiita 


WiU join 


7580 


Jaunaire 


Jndgnwnt 


7581 


Jminisst 


Have you formed any judgment on the matter 


7S8> 


Jauntiness 


Cannot form a judgment on the nutter 


7583 


/«"<* 




7584 


Javtiin 


I (we) aaed to the best of my (our) judgment 


7585 


Jtaiotu 


Judgment deferred 


7586 


J-^V 


Judgment will be given 


7587 


Jtfatur, 


In whose favour is judgment given 


7588 


J«pcrd, 


When will judgment be given 


7589 


J^k 


Cannot say when judgment will be given 


7590 


/tfkin! 


udgment given 'in your favour 


759 » 


Jerkiiuit 


udgment given in my (our) favour 


759» 


/,„„.,,■«, 


udgment given in favour of — ^ 
Jnly 


7593 


/fsltr 


7594 


Jfsli'ii;ly 


During the month of July 


7595 


J«,di 


During next July 


7596 


Jfsinfiai/ 


About beginning of July 


7597 


/Oudo 


About middle of July 


7598 


Jeturus 


About end of July 


7599 


Jeutumettl 


Last July 
Next Jufy 


7600 


Jeweller 







JUL—JUN 


153 


CodbNo 


Code Word 


JjUj-^conlinued. 




7601 


Jewess 


I St day of July 
2nd day 01 JiUy 




7602 


JicoUa 




7603 


jaiet 


3rd day of July 




7604 


Jiiting 


4th day of July 




7605 


Jifneiga 


5th day of July 




7606 


Jobard 


6th day of July 




7607 


Jobation 


7th day of July 




7608 


Jockey 


8th day of July 




7609 


Jocose 


9th day of July 




7610 


Jocoseness 


loth day of July 




761 1 


Jocosity 


nth day of July 




761a 


Jocrisse 


1 2th day of July 




7613 


Jocular 


13th day of July 




7614 


Jocularity 


14th day of July 




7615 


Jocund 


15 th day of July 




7616 


Jointed 


1 6th day of July 




7617 


Jointoyer 


17th day of July 




7618 


Joists 


i8th day of July 




7619 


Joker 


19th day of July 




7620 


Jokingly 


20th day of July 




7621 


Joliment 


2 1st day of July 




-76241 


Jollity 


22nd day of July 




7623 


Jolter 


23rd day of July 




7624 


Jornada 


24th day of July 




7625 


Jorobado 


25th day of July 




7626 


Jostrado 


26th day of July 




7627 


Journal 


27th day or July 




7628 


Journalist 


28th day of July 




7629 


Journeyman 


29th day of July 




7630 


Jouvenceau 


30th day of July 




7631 


Jovenada 


31st day of July 




7632 


Jovial 


June 




7633 


Jcvialness 


During the month of June 




7634 


Joyante 


During next June 




7635 


Joyful 


About beginning of June 




7636 


Joyously 


About middle of June 




7637 


Jubertar 


About end of June 




7638 


JubilcUre 


Last June 




7639 


Jubilant 


Next June 




7640 


Jubilation 


ist day of June 




7641 


Juboncito 


2nd day of June 




7642 


Judaical 


3rd day of J 


une 




7643 


Judaiqne 


4th day of' 


[une 




7644 


Jud^ 


5th day of ] 


[une 




7645 


Judicative 


6th day of . 


[une 




7646 


Judicial 


7th day of . 


[une 




7647 


Judicious 


8th day of . 


une 




7648 


Ju^o 


9th day of June 




7649 


Jt^adera 


loth day of June 




7650 


Jugated 


nth day of 


June 





154 



JUN-KNO 



CODKNo 

^652 

'653 
'654 

'656 

'657 
'658 

'659 

r66o 
r66i 
662 
663 

664 
665 
666 
r667 
r668 
669 
r67o 
^671 

r672 

^673 
674 

'675 
^676 

r677 

r678 

r679 

680 

681 

76S2 

r683 

^684 

r685 

r686 

r687 

688 

r689 

^690 

r69i 

^692 

r693 

r694 

^695 
r696 

697 
698 

'699 
700 



Code Wobd 

Jugglery 

Jygghfig 

Jugular 

Juice 

Juiciness 

Jujubes 

Julep 

fulienne 

Jumble 

Jumbling 

Jumdar 

Jumenio 

Jump 

Jumpers 

JuncaU 

Junction 

Junior 

Juniper 

Junketing 

KAFFIR 

Kangaroo 

Kaoline 

KeckU 

Keenly 

Keenness 

Ke^er 

Keepsake 

Kemdin 

Kennd 

Kentish 

Kerchirf 

Kemdly 

KeroliU 

Kestrd 

KeUhup 

Kettle 

Kettledrum 

Keykole 

Keystone 

Kidker 

Kickskaw 

Kidnap 

KilUnite 

Kidnapping 

Kidneys 

Kilted 

Kindle 

Kindliness 

Kindness 

Kindred 



June — continued. 
1 2th day of June 
13th day of June 
14th day of June, 
15th day of June 
1 6th day of June 
17th day of June 
1 8th day of June 
19th day of June 
20th day of June 
2ist day of June 
22nd day of June 
23rd day of June 
24th day of June 
25th day of June 
26th day of June 
27th day of June 
28th day of June 
29th day of June 
30th day of June 



Keep roe (us) well posted up 

You have omitted to keep me Ixxs) infoimedof<- 

I (we) will keep you well informed 

Will keep you well infonned 

Will keep me (us) well infonned 

To keep the ship 

Do not keep 

Not to keep the ship 

If you will keep 

If you cannot keep 
KiUed 

Is anyone killed, if so, telegraph names (s), par- 

The following is (are) killed [ticulan, &c. 

Have not yet seen the list of killed 

I (we) do not think he is (they are) killed 

Is it true that the following is (are) killed 

No one killed 

Reported to be killed 

About persons killed 

About persons killed and — injured 

Kind 

You are very kind 

What kind of have you got 

First class kind of — 

Very poor kind of 

Must have a better kind 

Any kind will suit 
Know.— (See Information) 

Do you know 

Do not know 



KNO-LAB 



»55 



CodbNo 

7701 
7702 

7703 
7704 

770s 
7706 

7707 

7708 

7709 

7710 

7711 

771a 

7713 
7714 

7715 
7716 

7717 
7718 

7719 
7720 

7721 

772a 

7723 

7724 

7725 
7726 

7727 

7728 

7729 

7730 
7731 
7732 
7733 
7734 
7735 
7736 

7737 
7738 
7739 
7740 

774» 

7742 

7743 

7744 

7745 
7746 

7747 
7748 
7749 
7750 



CoDB Word 

Kingcraft 

Kingdom 

Kif^fisker 

KvngUss 

Kinglike 

Kinsfolk 

Kinsman 

Kinswoman 

Kissing 

Kitchen 

Kitten 

Knack 

Knapsack 

LABEFY 

Label 

LabelUd 

Labcnted 

Labicde 

Labiated 

Laborant 

Laboratory 

Laborious 

Labourer 

Labrose 

Labumam 

Labyrinth 

LcLceman 

Lacerable 

Lacerate 

Lacerating 

Laceration 

Lachement 

Lcuertian 

Lachrymal 

Ladniaied 

Ladpede 

Lcukey 

Lacquered 

Laconic 

Laconique 

Lactation 

LadecU 

Lactescent 

LadificcU 

Lactometer 

Lacustrine 

Ladder 

Ladify 

Ladybird 

Ladylove 



Know — continued. 

Do you know anjrthing about 

Ve) know 

[we ) know nothing of 

fwe J know very little of — ^ 

[ we ) know nothing of the party named 

[we) know very little of the party named 
They (he) know(s) nothing of 

^we^ know nothing of the suitability of 

(we) wish to know the best 

(weS wish to know the worst 

(we) must know (by ) 

[f you know 
[f you do not know 
LABOUR. 

Labour here is very cheap 
Labour here is very expensive 
Labour is very scarce 

Labour at is cheap ^ 

Labour at is expensive 

Landed. — (See Discharge) 
Is (are) all landed 
Not yet landed 
Can it (they) be landed 
Can be landed here (at — ) 



Cannot be landed here (at -) 

Will be landed as quick as possible . 
Landed in first rate condition 
Landed in very bad condition 
Landed in good condition 
Landed in bad condition 
Landed in heated condition 
Landed in wet condition 
All the goods must be landed 
All the goods are landed 
Part of the goods must be landed 
Part of the goods are landed 
None of the goods need be landed 
None of the goods are landed 
Have it (them) landed if necessary 
Have it (them) kmded 
Avoid goods being landed if possible 
Landed here to-day 
Landed all mails and passengers 
Landed all mails, passengers, and specie 
Landed all mails and passengers and proceeded 
Must be landed [inmiediately for ^— • 

The whole lot to be landed [necessary 

Only such portion to be landed as is positively 
Could not be landed in consecpience of 
Large. 



156 



LAR-LAY 



CodrNo 

7751 

77Sa 

7753 

7754 

7755 

7756 

7757 

7758 

7759 
7760 

7761 

7762 

7763 

7764 

7765 
7766 

7767 

7768 

7769 

77' 

77 

77 

77 

77' 

77 

77' 

77' 

77: 

77: 
7780 

7781 
778a 

7783 
7784 

7785 
7786 

7787 
7788 

7789 
7790 

7791 

779a 

7793 
7794 

7795 
7796 

7797 
7798 

7799 
7800 



3 

4 

5 
6 

7 
S 



Code Wobd 

LcLdylike 

Ladyship 

Laggard 

Lagoon 

Laital 

XMtdftVH 

Laisonite 

Lainage 

Laitance 

Laiteran 

Laity 

LaUatian 

Lamaneur 

Lamaniine 

Lambative 

Lambent 

Lambiner 

Lambaurde 

Latnbrequin 

Lambrusque 

Lambskin 

Lamella 

Lafkeness 

Lament 

Lamentable 

LambsTvool 

Lamented 

Laminage 

Laminating 

Lamination 

Lamish 

Lammas 

Lampadaire 

Lampate 

Lampefon 

Lampoon 

Lamprey 

Lamprillon 

Lanceolate 

Lancet 

Lancewood 

Landnant 

Landaulet 

Landfall 

Landgrave 

Landholder 

Landlady 

Landless 

Landlodked 

Landlord 



Largo — continued. 

How large is (are) the biggest piece(s) (package(s) 

The pieces (packages) are too large 

The pieces (packages) are not veiy large 

Too large 

Not large enough 
last 

Cannot last any longer 

Cannot last much longer 

Last this season 

Last departure this season 

Last vessel for this season has left 

Will last about 
Later 

Can you give me (us) later 

Cannot give you later than — 

Want something later 

Have nothing later to offer 

Will be later than expected 

Later in the season 

Later in the year 

Not later than 
Lannohed 

When will the be launched 

The was successfully launched to^y 

Will be launched 

Will be launched to-morrow 

Will be launched beginning of next month 

Will be launched end of this month 

Will be launched next month 

The has met with accident whilst being 

Lawyer [launched 

£mploy a lawyer 

Will employ a lawyer 

Not necessanr to employ a lawyer 

I am (we are) employing a lawyer 

See lawyer and arrange as deemed best 

What does your lawyer advise 

My (our) lawyer advises 
Lay Says.— (See Quantities.) 

lay days required 

Can only give lay days 

Can increase lay days to 

lay days not sufficient 

lay days have been consumed 



How many lay days have been consumed 

Lay days have expired 

Lay days not yet commenced 

lay days Sundays excepted 

Lay days Sundays and holidays excepted 
Lay days to commence 



LAY-LEA 



157 



CodbNo 

7801 
7802 

7803 
7804 
7805 

7806 
7807 
7808 

7809 

7810 
78II 
7812 

7813 
7814 

78IS 

7816 

7817 

7818 
7819 

7820 
7821 
7822 

7823 
7824 

7825 

7826 

7827 

7828 

7829 

7830 
783X 
7832 
7833 
7834 
7835 
7836 

7837 

7838 

7839 
7840 

7841 
7842 

7843 

7844 

7845 
7846 

7847 
7848 

7849 
7850 



Word Code 

Landmark 

Landoivner 

Landscape 

Landsman 

Landward 

Languat;e 

Languid 

Languisher 

Lan^ouste 

Languorous 

Lantary 

Laniferous 

Lamfice 

Lankey 

Lankness 

Lannerd 

Lantern 

Lanturlu 

Lam^naus 

Lapdog 

Laptreau 

Lapidde 

Lapidary 

Lapidation 

Lapidemis 

Lapidific 

LapiiUst 

Lappa 

Lappingly 

Lapsable 

Lapse 

Lapstone 

Lapwing 

Laqueton 

Larceny 

Lardaceous 

Larder 

Lar^ement 

Largeness 

Larghetto 

Largjition 

Larigpt 

Ijsrklng 

Larkspur 

Larmier 

Larmoyant 

Larroneau 

Larvatcd 

Laryngeal 

Larynx 



1jK!J Days — continued, [ready to load 

Lay days to commence as soon as vessel cleared 

Over and above said lay days 

No lay days mentioned 

To be computed as part of the lay days 

Not to be computed as part of the lay days 
lazaretto. 

Will have to go to the lazaretto 

Is (are) in the lazaretto 

Sent to the lazaretto for -^— 

No lazaretto here (in -^— ) 



Has sprung a leak 



:*i 



wHli< 

■M antobapdd 

) leaky, in ballast 



Has sprung a leak and is fast filling with water 
Leak can be stopped without discluurging 
Leak cannot be stopped without discharging 
The leak is now stopped 
The leak cannot be stopped 
Cannot get at the leak 
Leaky. 
Arrived leaky , 

Is (are) leaky 
Is (are) reported leaky 
Very leaky 
In a leaky condition 

has put in here (at 

leaking. 

Passed in a leaking condition 

Reported seen in a leaking condition 
Leave. 

I (we) leave it (them) to you 

You leave it (them) to me (us) 

When will you leave 

When did you leave 

When will leave 

When did leave 

Can I (we) leave 

You can leave 

You must leave 

Do not leave 

Before vou leave 

Beftne he (they) leave(8) 

Now ready to leave 

Expected ready to leave here ( ) about 

Will be ready to leave 

Intends to leave here ( — ) 

I ^we) expect to leave 

I (we) will leave immediately for — ^ 

I (we) will leave as soon as possible for 



158 



LEA— LET 



CodkNo 

'851 
'852 

^853 
'854 

'8SS 
856 

'857 
'858 

'859 
860 

861 

862 

'863 

864 

865 

866 

867 

868 

869 

r87o 

r87i 

r872 

'873 
r874 

87s 
f876 

r877 

878 

879 
r88o 

881 

882 

883 

'884 

'885 

886 

887 

r888 

f889 

'890 

^891 

892 

'893 
1894 

'895 
r896 

897 
898 

899 

^900 



CODB WOKD 

Lass 

Lassitude 

Lastingly 

LaUhet 

Latency 

Lateness 

Laterally 

Laths 

Lathered 

Lathing 

Laticlave 

Latinistic 

Latinise 

Latrociny 

lattice 

Laudable 

Laudanum 

Laudation 

Laudatory 

Lauder 

Laughter 

Laundress 

Laundry 

Laughable 

Laughing 

Laureate 

Laureation 

Laurel 

Laurelled 

Lavaret 

Lavatory 

Lavement 

Lavendar 

Lavish 

Lavishing 

Lawful 

Lawgiver 

Lawless 

Laxation 

Laxative 

Laxity 

Layering 

Layman 

Lazarist 

Laziness 

Lazulite 

Leader 

Leadertas 

Leadership 

Leadingly 



Leave — continued. 
Will leave for your port (place) 
Nothing can leave to-day 
Nothing can leave to-night 
Nothing can leave until 
Cannot leave until 
Will leave to-monow 
Will leave Sunday 
Will leave Monday 
Will leave Tuesday 
Will leave Wednesday 
Will leave Thursday 
Will leave Friday 
Will leave Saturday 
Obtain leave fix)m the authorities 
Obtain leave from the owner(s) 
Obtain leave from the charterer(8) 
Obtain leave from the buyer(s) 
Obtain leave from the sell€3:(s) 

Left 



yesterday for 
to-day for 
Sunday for 
Monday for 
Tuesday for 
Wednesday for 
Thursday for — 
Friday for 



Saturday for — 
in tow for 
-) towing — for 



efr on the 



on the 



Left here I 

Left here i 

Left here ( 

Left here 

Left here 

Left here 

Left here 

Left here 

Left here 

Left here 

Left here 

The 

I (we) left 
Less. 

Less than we expected 

Less will not do 

Cannot supply less 

Cannot buy less 

Less will suit our purpose 

Less will not suit our purpose 

Less per cent 

Less 10 per cent 

Less 7^ per cent 

Less 5 per cent 

Less 2I per cent 

A shade less would be accepted 

Less than 

Not less than 
Letter (s). 

Letter of advice 

Letter of guarantee 



CodbNo 
^901 

903 

'904 

'905 
fqo6 

907 
^908 

909 
^910 

911 

'912 

913 
f9i4 

915 
^916 

917 

^918 

919 

^920 

^921 

^922 

923 

924 
925 
^926 

927 

r928 
929 

931 
932 

'933 

'934 

'935 
936 

937 
938 
'939 
'940 
^941 

'94a 
^943 
'944 
'945 
'946 

^947 
1948 

'949 
'950 



Code Word 

Leafage 

Let^Uss 

League 

Leanness 

Leapfrog 

Learnable 

Learned 

Learnedly 

Lease 

Leasehold 

Leathery 

Leaven 

Leavening 

Lecherous 

Lectianary 

Lecturer 

Lecturing 

Ledger 

Leech 

Leechcraft 

Leering 

Legalemeni 

Legalist 

L^acy 

Legataift 

Ij^atary 

Legatine 

Ligend 

Ligendcttre 

L^endary 

Legerenent 

Legerete 

Legerity 

Leggings 

Legible 

Lability 

L^on 

Legionary 

Legislated 

Legitimate 

Legitimut 

Legless 

L^men 

Laothty 

Leisure 

Lemanite 

Lemniscate 

Lemonade 

Lemurien 

Lender 



LET 169 

Lett6r(s) — continued. 
Letter of hypothecation 
Letter of introduction 
I^etters of marque 
Please address your letter(s) to 
Please address my (our) letter(s) to 

Please send letter of introduction to 

Have you received my (our) letter of yesterday 

Have you received my (our) letter of 

Have not received your letter of 

I f we) have received your letter of yesterday 
I (we) have received your letter of -— ^ 
I (we) have not received the letter referred to 
Have you received a letter from 

If you have received my (our) letter of 

If you have not received my (our) letter of 

I (we^ have received a letter from 

I (we) have not received a letter from 

No letter from you this morning 

No letter to hand yet 

I am (we are) anxiously expecting letter(s) 

My ^our^ last letter to you was dated 

My (our) letter of was registered 

My (oiu-) letter of was registered and contained 

My (our) laMar of jretttrday U«ft nukU) mltNd tht poft. It ooataliMd nothloc 

Cofimportiuioe 

Mail arrived and no letter from you 
Letter forwarded by mistake to 

I Cw«) hftw nedTid from joa » latter Ibr eTidently » mistake at rov 

[end 

X («•) hftTa vwelTid ftom yon a letter fbr and have potted it toiiroper 

(addreM 

Letter(s) now in the post for you 

Letter(s) for you were posted 

Letter of introduction to sent by first post 

Hm« been obliged in eome mearare to gire a letter of introdnctlon to yon In 

__ CflMNiar of be very eantiona In your deallngi 

Hav« giTena letter of introdnctlon to yon In Ikvonrof i* (are) I (we) 

[believe worthy 9i every confldenee 
Toor tetter of gone aalray. If oontenta particular pleaw telepaph 

Your usual letter not to hand 



[you 

from 



Toor nanal letter not to hand. If oontenti partienlat 

Your letter of came to hand tOKlay 

Upon receipt of my (our) letter 

Upon receipt of letter from 

Before receipt of your letter 
After receipt of your letter 
Please refer to my (our) letter of 

As per my (our) letter of 

As per your letter of [(have) been omitted 

The enclosure(s) referred to in my (our) letter has 

Thn OMloaare(e) referred to In my (our) tetter hoe (have) been omitted, yon 

CwiU get U (them) in Uie next 
ThiiBeloinf«(«) retered tote yow tetlir haa (hnve) been omitted 

My 0ortellar(M) le (an) ovideDtly tetneepted 

Tow tetteW b (are) evidently tetereeptad 

Apply for letter(s) of marque 



i6o 



LET-LIE 



CodbNo Code Word 



7951 

7953 

7953 

7954 

7955 

7956 

7957 

7958 

7959 
7960 

7961 

7962 

7963 
7964 

7965 
7966 

7967 

7968 

7969 

7970 

7971 

7972 

7973 

7974 

7975 
7976 

7977 
7978 

7979 
7980 

7981 

7982 

7983 
7984 

7985 
7986 

7987 
7988 

7989 
7990 

7991 

7992 

7993 
7994 

7995 
7996 

7997 
7998 

7999 
8000 



Lendare 

Lenifitr 

Lengthen 

Ler^hivise 

Lenient 

Lenitive 

Lentement 

lenticular 

Lentiforme 

Lentiscus 

Lentisque 

LenHl 

LentilUux 

Lentitude 

Leonine 

Leanurus 

Leopards 

Lipadite 

Lepidosis 

Leporaus 

Leporine 

Leprosertc 

Leprosy 

Leptolcgy 

L^tuntic 

Lesbian 

Lesinerie 

Lesson 

Lethality 

Lethargy 

Littered 

Leucine 

Leucoma 

Leucothrop 

Levanted 

Levantine 

Level 

Leve/ness 

Leveling 

Leverage 

Leverette 

Levron 

Leviathan 

Levigate 

Leoitical 

Levrauder 

Lewdly 

Lewdness 

Lexicon 

Lexicology 



Iietter(s) — continued. 
Has (have) applied for ]etter(s) of marque 
Can you send any letter(s) for me (us) to (by) 
Letto^s) for — must be here on or before — 
My (our) letter of explains everything 



Contents of your letter of 
Contents of your letter of 



most unsatisfactory 
very satisfactory 



Wait my (our) letter of this date 

Wait my (our) letter of 

Liability. 

What is (are) the liability(ies) 

There isl(are) no liability(ies) 

The liability(ies) is (are) heavy 

The liabili^(ies) is ^e) light 

Liability(ies) about £^ 

I (we) cannot accept the liability 

Will you accept the liability 

Am I (are we) to accept the liability 

Will accept the liability 

Repudiate(s) the liabili^ 

WiU not accept the liability 

It is a^;reed that the liability 

Liabihty to cease on shipment of cargo 

Charterer's liability to cease on shipment of cargo 
Liberty— (See Option). 

YtMllisvlaf Ubtxtr to takt ontward euio lor owner*! boneflt 

YomI havtaf Uboctr to tako OMfoon tho waj Ibr o«Mr*i banett 

YomI haTlngllbactj to tike oaifo Aram _ to ~ Ibr ofwner'e beaefll 

▼omI hflwlac liberty to eell at ell parte or piMei. either dde of and el Oepe 

of Qood Hope 
VoMl hetfiac Ubflitr to eaU at aU porti and plaeee, either ride of Oane 

Horn 
YomI haTing liberty to eall, flU np, and-or dliohane eargo at ear other |Mwt 
^ [or Dorti on the roate ftr owner*! bcneflt 

YomI havliic liberty to OiU«flllnp.eBa-ordiieluirBe cargo at not mora than 



[ port(e) oa tlie route Air oimer'e beocdt 

YoMllMvliig liberty to take a deek oergo fcr ovner'e benefit 



OhertererCi)lu(riag liberty to iiilp a deok oaigo orer and alwre what oaa be 

etowed in tlM hoid 

May I (we) have the liberty 
You can have the liberty 
You cannot have the liberty 
You have the liberty of fixing 
I ^we) have the liberty of fixing 
I (we) have not the liberty of focing 
Lioerty to proceed 

Ship to haie liberty to eall at porti on the way fcr light ftelg hteand/ efreatUa 

Ctor owner e benefit 
Ship to have liberty to take paaengeri ft» owner*e benefit 

Ship to have liberty to fill up with light fiieight 
Lien. 
Must have a lien 
Retaining an absolute lien 
Must have a lien on tiie caigo 
Captain has a lien on the cazgo 
Have no lien whatever 
No lien given 



LIE-LIQ 



l6i 



CodbNo 
8001 
8002 
8003 
8004 
8005 
8006 
8007 
8008 
8009 
8010 
801 1 
8012 
8013 
8014 
8015 
8016 
8017 
8018 
8019 
8020 
802 [ 
8022 
8023 
8024 
8025 
8026 
8027 
8028 
8029 
8030 
8031 
8032 

8033 
8034 

8035 
8036 

8037 

8038 

8039 

8040 

8041 

8042 

8043 

8044 

8045 

8046 

8047 

8048 

8049 

8050 



CoDB Word 
Lexigraphy 
Lezarder 
Libation 
Libellant 
Liberality 
Liberator 
Liberation 
Librarian 
Library 
Libidinous 
Librenuni 
License 
Licentiate 
Licensing 
Lichenic 
Licitation 
Licking 
Liege 
Liegeman 
Liegancy 
Lieutenant 
Lifeguard 
Lifelessly 
Lifelike 
Lifetime 
Lifter 
Ligament 
Ligature 
Lightbody 
Lightfoot 
Lightness 
Lightly 
Lightning 
Lightsome 
Ligneous 
Ligniform 
Ldgulate 
Ligurite 
Likeness 
Lilach 
Liliaceous 
Liliputian 
Lignager 
Lignerolle 
Limaceous 
Limacon 
Limbed 
Limbemess 
Limeburner 
Limekiln 






Lien — continued. 

Goods parted with, and the lien for freight gone 

To have a lien on the cargo for all freight, dead 
Lighterage. [freight and demurrage 

If lighterage incurred, to be for account of merchants 

If lighterage incurred to be for account of ship 

Expenses of lighterage (if any) to be divided 
Lighters. 

Get lighters ready for the cargo to avoid delay 

I (we) will have the lighters ready 

Lighters will be ready waiting 

Cannot obtain lighters here 

Cannot obtain lighters in 

LlChten if nccMMTT to be provided bjr ehartcrerd) «t 111 (their) risk anA 

[expenie 

Lighters if necessary to be provided by owner(s) at 

Lighters will be sent [ his (their) risk and expense 

Lighters already sent off 
Lightning. 

Has been struck by lightning 
Limits. 

Please to extend limits or I (we) cannot operate 

Try to induce buyer to increase limits 

Try to induce seller to reduce limits 

May I (we^ increase limits 

May I (we) reduce limits 

I (we^ cannot increase limits 

I (we) cannot reduce limits 

I (we) increase limits 

I (we) reduce limits 

Cannot get on at the limits (by ) 

Limits too high 

Limits too low 

Lower limits 

Higher limits 

All limits removed 

All limits removed but act with great caution 

Beyond my (our) limits 

Not to exceed my (our) last limits 

Arranging limits with 

I (we) can do nothing at present limits 

Limit* given ezeeeded by other purehaaers, therefore oould do nothinf 

Limits given exceeded by other sellers, therefore 
Cannot admit limit of arrival [could do nothing 
Cannot admit limit of departure 
Liquidation. 

Will be put in liquidation 

To put into liquidation 

Endeavour to avoid liquidation 

Cannot avoid liquidation 

Liquidation will now be avoided 

has (have) filed a petition for liquidation 

M 



1 63 



CodbNo 
8051 
8052 

8053 
8054 

8055 
8056 

8057 
8058 

8059 
8060 
8061 
8062 
8063 
8064 
8065 
8066 
8067 
8068 
8069 
8070 
8071 
8072 

8073 
8074 

8075 
8076 

8077 

8078 

8079 

8080 

8081 

8082 

8083 

8084 

8085 

8086 

8087 

8088 

8089 

8090 

8091 

8092 

8093 

8094 

809s 

8096 

8097 

8098 

8099 

8100 



Code Word 

Umeiight 

Limestone 

Limtwater 

Limitation 

Limner 

Limpid 

Limpidness 

Limpidity 

Limpingly 

Limpitude 

Lineage 

Ldntally 

Lineation 

Linchpin 

Lingering 

Linguistic 

Lingulate 

Linden 

Liniment 

Linteau 

Lintel 

Unkboy 

Linkman 

Lionceau 

Lioness 

Lionlike 

Lipogram 

Lippitude 

Liquescent 

Liquidity 

Liqttidness 

Liquation 

Liquefy 

Liquid 

Liseron 

Lisping 

List 

Listener 

Listless 

Litany 

Literal 

Literary 

Literature 

Lithness 

Lithesome 

Uthiate 

Lithoglyth 

Lithograph 

Lithoidal 

Ldthology 



LIQ.-LOA 

Liqnidatioii^A^iv/iMNMi/. 

Resolution passed to wind up in liquidation 

Hoir is liquidation likely to prove 

Liquidation is expected to prove good 

Liquidation is expected to prove bad 

Who has the liquidation in hand 

Liquidation in the hands of 

Livet. 

No lives lost 

All lives lost 

Several lives lost 
load. 

Can you load 

May I (we) load 

Shall I (we) load 

You can load 

Do not load 



I (we) can load 



(we) cannot load 
To load with 
To load at 
To load for 

Is (are) appointed to load for your port (for — 
Expected ready to load 
Captain refuses to load 
Charterer refuses to load 
Loaded. 
To be loaded as fast as cargo can be received 

To be loaded in days 

To be loaded in hours 

I (we) agree to hours loading 

To be loaded with all possible despatch 
All cargo loaded 
Part cargo loaded 
Nothing loaded 



•) 



What vessel(s^ have you loading for 

What vessel(s) have you loading tor this port 
The following vessel(s) is (are) loading for 



The following vessel(s) is (are) loading foryourport 

Have several steamers here loading 

Have several sailing vessels here loading 

No vessel at present loading here 

Propose loading 

Must give me (us) the loading 

Must give you the loading 

The loading is progressing favourably 

The loading is progressing fairly well 

The loading is progressing slowly 

The loading is progressing very oadly 

When loading commences 



LOA 



163 



CodbNo 


CODB WOKD 


LosLdxng^-continued. 


8101 


Uihomancy 


When loading is finished 


8ioa 


Lithotomy 


'Loading for 


8103 


Lithophage 


Loading at 


8104 


Uthophytt 


Prompt loading 


8105 


Uthotint 


Loading under inspection 


8106 


LUigablt 


In loading 


8107 


Litigation 


During the loading 


8108 


Litigious 


Now loading 


8109 


Litmus 


Vessel loading at 


8110 


Litotes 


Decline(s) loading ( ) 


8111 


Litter 


Captain refuses to go on with the loading 


8112 


Littleness 


Charterer refuses to go on with the loadmg 


81 13 


Liturgical 


Captain declines loading at 


8114 


Liturgist 


Charterer(s) decline(s) loading at [arrival 


8115 


Liturgy 


Arrange to commence loading immediately on 


8116 


Livelihood 


No loading instructions here [diately 


8117 


Liveliness 


Loading instructions go forward by wire imme- 


8118 


Livelong 


Loadin^r instructions go forward by mail to-night 


8119 


Liverwort 


will give loading instructions [forthwith 


8120 


Livery 


will give loading instructions communicate 


8121 


Uvidity 


Loading for Channel for orders 


8122 


Uvidness 


Loading for for orders 


8123 


Liveryman 


For loading at one port only 


8124 


Lixivial 


For loading at two ports only 


8125 


Loadstar 


Vessel loading at not more tiian — — ports 


8126 


Loafer 


Either in loading or discharging 


8127 


Loamy 


TImt In loading not lo ooont botwwn A p.x. on Saftnrdaj and 'LA^-^" 


8128 


Loathness 


Have you commenced the loading 


8129 


Loathful 


How are you getting on with the loading 


8130 


Loathing 


When will you commence loading 


8131 


Loathsome 


When will you finish loading 


8132 


Lobated 


If you have commenced loading 


8133 


Lobby 


If you have not commenced loading 


8134 


Lobbing 


If you have finished loading 


8135 


Lobscouse 


If you have not finished loading 


8136 


Lobworm 


Have you finished the loading 


8137 


Lobelet 


Not yet commenced the loadmg 


8138 


Lobelia 


Have commenced die loading 


8139 


Lester 


Have got on with the loading as far as 


8140 


Loblolly 


Have finished the loading 


8141 


Localemefit 


Will commence the loading 


8142 


Localism 


Will finish the loading 


8143 


Locality 


January loading 


8144 


Localized 


January /February loading 


8145 


Locaiaire 


Febnuuy loading 


8146 


Located 


February / March loading 


8147 


Location 


March loading 


8148 


Locker 


March /April loading 


8149 


Lockjaw 


April loading 


8150 


Lockless 


April /May loading 

M 2 



1 64 




LOA-LON 


COdbNo 


CoDB Word 


Loading — continued. 


8151 


Lackram 


May loading 


8152 


Locksmith 


May /June loading 


«I53 


Locomotion 


June loading 


8154 


Locronan 


June/July loading 


8155 


Locular 


July loading 


8156 


Locus 


July /August loading 


8157 


Lodestone 


August loading 


8158 


LodgeabU 


August /September loading 


8159 


Lodgers 


September loading 


8160 


Lodgement 


September/October loading 


8161 


Logic 


October loading 


8162 


Lodging 


October /November loading 


8163 


Loftiness 


November loading 


8164 


Lofty 


November /December loading 


8165 


Logan 


December loading 


8166 


Loggerhead 


December/ January loading 


8167 


Logarithm 


Spring loading 


8168 


Logically 


Summer loadmg 


8169 


Logistical 


Autumn loading 


8170 


Logotype 


Winter loading 


8171 


Lointain 


Loan. [market 


8172 


Loitering 


A loan for will be issued shortly on this 


8173 


Lollard 


Apply fw £ itodc in the loan on mj (our) Moonnt 


8174 


Lollardism 


j£ appropriated to you in the loan 


8175 


Lombardic 


Loek-ont 


8176 


Lomentage 


Expect I (we) shall have to lock out 


8177 


Lombrical 


Avoid lock-out if possible 


8178 


Loneliness 


Should advise a lock-out 


8179 


Lonely 


Every prospect of a lock-out 


8180 


Lonesome 


There is no probability of a lock-out 


8181 


Longevity 


Is the lock-out expected to last long 


8182 


Longheaded 


Lock-out is not expected to last long 


8183 


Longlegs 


Lock-out is expected to last some time 


8184 


Longtail 


Lock-out has commenced 


8185 


Longtemps 


Lock-out continues 


8186 


Longways 


Lock-out has ended 


8187 


Loobily 


Long. 


8188 


Looby 


How long 


8189 


Looking 


How long will it (they) take 


8190 


Looming 


It (they) will not take long 


8191 


Loophole 


How long can you give me (us) 


8192 


Looseness 


Cannot give so long as you wish 


8^93 


Loosening 


You must not be long 


8194 


Loppered 


It is ^they are) too long 

It is (they are) not long enough 


8195 


Lopping 


8196 


Loquacity 


Longer. 


8197 


Loquacious 


Cannot give longer 


8198 


Loqueteau 


"Not much longer 


8199 


Loguette 


How much longer are you going to keep tlie 


8200 


Lordly 


Will not remain many days longer 



LON-LOS 



165 



CodbNo 

8201 

8202 

8203 

8204 

8205 
8206 
8207 
8208 

8209 

8210 
82II 
8212 
8213 
8214 
8215 

8216 

8217 

8218 

8219 
8220 

8221 

8222 

8223 

8224 

8225 
8226 

8227 

8228 

8229 

8230 

8231 

8232 

8233 
8234 

8235 

8236 

8237 
8238 

8239 

8240 
824X 
8242 

8243 

8244 

8245 

8246 

8247 

8248 

8249 

8250 



CoDB Word 
Lordom 
Lordliness 
Lardling 
Lordship 
Laresmafi 
Lorgnade 
Loricate 
LoricaiioH 
Lorigado 
Lorgnerie 
Loriner 
Lotion 
Lottery 
Lotissage 
Lotofluiges 
Loudness 
Lounger 
Lourdaud 
Lourdement 
Loutishly 
Louveter 
Lovfbird 
Lovelorn 
Lovely 
Lovesick 
Loving 
Lovingness 
Lowborn 
Lowbred 
Loweringiy 
Lowland 
Loneliness 
Loyalement 
Loyalist 
Lozenge 
Lubberly 
Lubricator 
Lubricity 
Lucernal 
Luchador 
Lucidura 
Lucidity 
Lucidness 
Luckless 
Luckily 
Lucre 
Lucrative 
Lticulent 
Ludicrous 
LugarcfW 



Longer — continued. 

About a week longer 

About ten days longer 

About'a fortnight longer 

About three weeks longer 

About a month longer 

You can remain longer 

You must remain no longer 
Look. 

Look out for ^— 

Win look out for 

Look into the matter immediately 

Look into the matter first opportunity 
Looking. 

Is (are) looking out for ^— 

Ascertain if is (are) looking out for 

I am (we are) looking after it (them) 
Loia 

You may lose by it 

You will lose by it 

Do not lose 

I (we) shall lose by it 

How much shall I (we) lose 

How much will you lose 
L0B8. 

Loss of 

What is the estimated loss 

Cannot estimate the loss 

Do not think there will be any loss 

The estimated loss is 

My (our) loss will be about 

Your loss will be about 

has (have) incurred severe loss 

has (have) sustained loss of ■ 



At a loss 

At a loss of 

The loss will be great 

The loss will be small 

The loss is too great 

The loss is heavy 

The loss is trifling 

Providing loss does not exceed 

I (we) shall probably avoid loss 

'What loss is suffered 

Is a total loss 

Is a dead loss 

In case of loss 

In case of total loss 

Against total loss 

Total loss only 

Constructive total loss 



i6& 



LOS-LUG 



C( dbNo 

8251 
8252 

8253 

8254 

8255 
8256 

8257 
8258 

8259 
8260 

8261 
8262 
8263 
8264 
8265 
8266 
8267 
8268 
8269 
8270 
8271 
8272 
8273 
8274 

8275 
8276 

8277 
8278 

8279 

8280 

8281 

8282 

8283 

8284 

8285 

8286 

8287 

8288 

8289 

8290 

8291 

8292 

8293 

8294 

8295 
8296 

8297 
8298 
8299 
8300 



Code Word 

Lugubrious 

Lukewarm 

Lullaby 

LumachelU 

Lumbago 

Lumbered 

Lumbering 

Luminary 

Luminosity 

Luminous 

Lumping 

Lumpish 

Lumpishly 

Lunary 

Lunatic 

Lunatique 

Luncheon 

Luni/orme 

Lunette 

Lungless 

Lungrvort 

LuperccUes 

Lupine 

Lurcher 

Lurid 

Luridness 

Lurktr 

Lusciously 

Lustihood 

Lustiness 

Lustrage 

Lustre 

Lustreless 

Lustrous 

Lustwort 

Lusty 

LuU 

Lutestring 

Lutheran 

Lutulefit 

Luxate 

Luxation 

Luxuriant 

Luxurious 

Luxury 

Lychnis 

Lycoperdon 

Lymph 

Lymphatic 

Lynch 



Lois — continued 

I (we) have infonnation of the loss of 

I (we) have no information of the loss of« 

Will most likely be a total loss 

Will most likely not be a total loss 

Great loss of life 

Great loss of property 

Great loss of life and property 

I am (we are) secured against loss 

Defeated with great loss 
Lost — (See Cargo— Crew) 

Is (are) lost 

Is (are) not lost 

The rest is (are) lost 

Has (have) lost 

Supposed to be lost 

Is reported lost 

Captain is lost 

Mate is lost 

Engineer is lost 

All crew and passengers lost 

Part crew and passengers lost 

Ship lost or not lost 

Ship and cai^o lost or not lost 

Caigo lost or not lost 

All hands supposed to be lost 

How much (many) is (are) lost 

Telegraph list of the lost 

The following is (are) lost 

Propeller lost 

Rudder lost 
Lower. 

I (we) must have lower terms (rates) 

Must have lower terms (rates) 

Toa magr go m low m — . or lowor if abioliitolj MOMMury to 



tho 



Cannot quote lower 
Do not lower 

UaloMjoDfo (aUofiriiM wtoio) maeh lowtr borfaMi will |wm Inlo 

CoppoBsnl*! hntdi 

I ^we) think will go lower 

I (we) think will not go lower 
Lowest 

Telegraph your lowest price (rate) for 

What is the lowest you will take for 

Lowest price (rate) for is — 

Have given lowest price (rate), and no reduction 
Luggers. [can possibly be made 

Luggers are now employed 

Luggers are now alongside 

Luggers were employed 

Luggers claim salvage 

No agreement made with luggers 



LUG-MAI 



167 



CodbNo 

8301 

8302 

8303 
8304 

8305 
8306 

8307 
8308 

8309 

8310 

831 1 

8312 

8313 
8314 
83 IS 

8316 

8317 
8318 

8319 

8320 
8321 

8322 

8323 
8324 

8325 
8326 

8327 
8328 

8329 
8330 

833> 
8332 

8333 

8334 

8335 

8336 

8337 

8338 

8339 
8340 

8341 
8342 

8343 
8344 

8345 
8346 

8347 
8348 

8349 
8350 



CoDB Word 

Lyric 
MAB 

MabbU 

Macadamize 

Macaronic 

Macaroon 

Mace 

Macerate 

Maceration 

Machefer 

Mcuhuot 

MtuhincUe 

Machinist 

Macilency 

Mackerd 

Maclureite 

Maconique 

Macreuse 

Macrocosm 

Macrology 

Macropus 

Mactation 

Mcutaiory 

Maculate 

Madame 

Madbrained 

Madcap 

Maddetiing 

Madefy 

Madefyir^ 

Madhouse 

Madman 

Madness 

Mcubnna . 

Madrigal 

Magalaize 

Magasin 

Maggot 

Magianism 

Magical 

Magician 

Mcfgistery 

Mc^tracy 

Magmiiity 

Magnesite 

Magnesium 

Magtuiic 

Magnificat 

Magnify 

Magnifying 



Lnggeri — continued. 

Luggers demand jQ 
KACHINERT.— ^See Ship's Gear, &c.) 

The machinery is out of order 

The machinery works badly 

The machinery works well 

The machinery requires repairs 

The machinery will be finished to-morrow 

The machinery will be finished end of this week 

The machinery will be finished beginning of next 

The machinery will be finished about [week 

Have some very heavy machinery for 

Have some very bulky machinery for ■ 

Breakdown of machinery excepted 

Has returned with machinery deranged 

With slight damage to machinery 

With great damage to machinery 
Made. 

I am (we are) getting it (them) made 

Shall 1 (we) get it (tfiem) made here 

Can be made here 

Cannot be made here 

When will it (they) be made 

It (they) will be made about 

It IS (they are) not made yet 

You must get it (them) made in your place 

Must be made immediately 

Must be made in accordance with specification 

If not made by it (they) will be useless 

If you can get it (them) made 

If you cannot get it (them) made 

Nothing is made by 

Nothing was made by 

I (we) made the best of it 

It (they) could not be made out 
XaU(f). 

Has the mail arrived 

Mail(s^ arrived 

Mail(s) not yet arrived 

Wait for the mail from here 

Try and secure the mail(s) from to 

The mail is saved 

The mail is lost 

The mail is recovered 

Expect to recover the mail 

Do not expect to recover the mail 

Mail arrived too late 

By this mail 

By next mail 

By last mail 

By an early mail 



i68 



CodbNo 

8351 

835* 

8353 

8354 

83SS 

8356 

8357 

8358 

8359 
8360 

8361 
8362 

8363 
8364 

8365 
8366 

8367 
8368 
8369 

8370 
8371 
8372 

8373 
8374 
8375 
8376 

8377 
8378 

8379 
8380 

8381 
8382 

8383 
8384 

838s 
8386 

8387 
8388 

8389 

8390 

8391 

839* 

8393 

8394 

839s 
8396 

8397 
8398 

8399 
8400 



MAI -MAN 



CoDB Word 
Magnitude 
Magnolia 
Magnum 
Magpie 
Maiden 
Maidhaod 
Maigreur 
Mainly 
MainmorU 
Mainspring 
Maintainer 
Mairesse 
Majestic 
Majesty 
Majoration 
Majordome 
Majority 
Makable 
Maker 
Malachite 
Maiacolite 
Malady 
Malapert 
Malarious 
Malavise 
Malaxate 
Malcontent 
Maldanian 
Maldisant 
Malebete 
Mcdedicent 
Malefactor 
Male/aim 
Male/ice 
Malet'olent 
Malfaire 
Mulgre 
Malheur 
Malice 
Malicious 
Malii(nant 
Malignity 
Malison 
Medicable 
Mallet 
Mallindirs 
Malotru 
Malpeigne 
Maiseant 
Malsonant 



Mail — continued, 

arrived and mails forwarded 

Mail detained here ^at ) by bad weather 

Mail detained here (at ) in consequence of 

Mails are arriving very irregularly 

Mails are being despatched very irregularly 

No dependence can be placed upon the mails 

The mail from your place of [to-day 

The mail from your place of delivered here 

Mails landed and forwarded 

Mail steamer broken down 

Mail steamer broken down and is now rettiming 

Mail steamer broken down and will have to return 

Ifall ftearoer broken down and m«iU will be {mx€\ transferred to tbe . and 

twin Mi 1 (bM nlled) on the 

Mall iteanMr broken down, niaUi remaining on bonrd, expected toaaUaaaln 

Hake. 

Make the most of it (them) 

Make as little as possible of it (them) 

Make the best of the matter 

Do not make 

Make some alteration 

Cannot make any alteration 
Manage. 

Can you manage 

Can he (they) manage 

Can manage 

Cannot manage 

If you can manage 

If you cannot manage 

I (we) can manage 

I (we) cannot manage 

I (we) might manage 

You must manage 

Have not yet been able to manage 

I (we) do not think I (we) shall be able to manage 

He (they^ can manage 

He (they) cannot manage 
Managed. 

I (we^ have managed it all right 

Has (have) managed it all right 

Has (have) managed it badly 
Management 

I (we) have the management 

I (we) have not the management 

Will require some litde management 

Your management has turned out right 

Your management has turned out wrong 

Management left to 

Management left to you 



Not to be manifested 



MAN— MAR 



169 



ConsNo 

840 T 
8402 
8403 
8404 
840s 
8406 
8407 
8408 
8409 
8410 
841 1 
8412 

3413 
8414 

8415 
8419 

8417 
8418 

8419 

8420 

8421 

8422 

8423 
8424 

8425 
8426 

8427 
8428 
8429 
8430 

8431 
8432 

8433 
8434 

843s 
8436 

8437 
8438 

8439 
8440 

8441 

8442 

8443 
8444 

8445 
8446 

8447 
8448 

8449 
8450 



CoDB Word 

Mait/umse 

Malting 

Maltman 

Maltreat 

Maltster 

MaliHtceous 

Maluerse 

Mamelon 

Mameluke 

Mammalia 

Mammon 

Manacles 

MamUion 

Manchette 

Mancipate 

Mandamus 

Mandarin 

Mandate 

Mandaiaty 

Mandible 

Mandilian 

Mandingp 

Mandolin 

Mandrake 

Mandrill 

Manducable 

Manful 

Manger 

Manginess 

Mangling 

Mangold 

Mangonism 

Mangrove 

Manhood 

Maniac 

Maniacally 

Manifold 

Manikin 

Maniple 

Manique 

Mankind 

Manliness 

Mannerism 

Mannerly 

Manorial 

Manors 

Manoscope 

Mansard 

Manse 

Manservant 



IbjoifealML-'amtinuedi 

Must be manifested 

Following goods on board not manifested 

Following goods manifested not on board 
Kanner. 

In what manner 

Same manner sis previously 

In the manner explained 

In some manner 

In like manner 
Hann&ctnres.— (See Products, &c.) 

Manufactures are very limited 

Manufactures are very extensive 

Manufactures are middling 
Many. 

How many do you want 

Do you want many 

I (we) do not want many 

I (we) shall want a great many 

As many as you can get 

How many 

Not so many as 

As many as possible 
March. 

During the month of March 

During next March 

About beginning of March 

About middle of March 

About end of March 

Last March 

Next March 

I St day of March 

2nd day of March 

3rd day of March 

4th day of March 

5th day of March 

6th day of March 

7th day of March 

8th day of March 

9th day of March 

loth day of March 

nth day of March 

1 2th day of March 

13th day of March 

14th day of March 

15 th day of March 

1 6th day of March 

17th day of March 

1 8th day of March 

19th day of March 

20t)i day of March 



I70 

CodbNo 

8451 

8452 

8453 

8454 

8455 
8456 

8457 
8458 

8459 
8460 

8461 

8462 

8463 

8464 

8465 

8466 

8467 

8468 

8469 

8470 

8471 

8472 

8473 

8474 

8475 
8476 

8477 
8478 

8479 
8480 

8481 

8482 

8483 
8484 

8485 

8486 

8487 
8488 

8489 

8490 

8491 

8492 

8493 
8494 

849s 
8496 

8497 
8498 

8499 
8500 



Code Wobd 

Mansion 

Mantdd 

Mantilla 

Mantology 

Manned 

Manulnal 

Manumit 

Manurage 

Manuscript 

Mapping 

Maquereau 

Marabout 

Maraschino 

Marasmus 

Marauder 

Marbler 

Marcalina 

Marccuite 

Marcation 

Marchand 

Marching 

Marcidity 

Marcotte 

Mardella 

Margaric 

Margarous 

Margay 

Marginal 

Marigold 

Marinated 

Marine 

Marionette 

Maritaied 

Maritime 

Marfolet 

Marjorum 

Marker 

Marketing 

Marksman 

Mariitic 

Marmalade 

Marmoliie 

Marmoset 

Maroon 

Marotique 

Marqudry 

Marquisati 

Marrer 

Marriage 

Married 



MAB 

Kareh — amUnued, 

2 1 St day of March 

22nd day of March 

23rd day of March 

24th day of March 

25 th day of March 

26th day of March 

27th day of March 

28th day of March 

29th day of March 

30th day of March 

3rst day of March 
Margin 

What margin do you wish for 

Require a margin of 

Can give a margin of 

Can give a further margin 

Cannot give any margin 

Cannot give further margin 

Leaves no margin 

Leaves a wide margin 

Must have a margin for contingencies 

Must leave a margin 

Unless it (they) leave a margin 
Kark(s). 

What is (are) the mark(s) 

The mark(s) is (are) 

What shall I (we) mark it (them) 

Mark it (them) 

Do not mark 

Do not know the mark(s) 

Any mark(s) you think fit, I am (we are) not par- 

Mark(s) obliterated [ticular 

Any niark(8) will do 

None of the mark(s) to be found 

Take out the present mark(s) and re-mark 

Cannot alter die mark(s) 

Previous mark obliterated and re-marked 
Karket. — (See Products ; Demand ; Buyers ; Sellers) 

How is your market for 

Can you inform (me) us how the — market is, if so, 



The 
The 
The 
The 
The 
The 
The 
The 
The 



[please telegraph 



market is good 
market is fair 
market is very fair 
market is excited 
market is very dull 
market is very bad 
market is advancing 
market is drooping 
market is steady 
The ( ) market is good in consequence of 



MAB 



171 



CodbNo 

8501 
8503 

8503 

8504 

8505 

8506 

8507 

8508 

8509 

8510 
85II 
85x2 

8513 
8514 
8515 

8516 

8517 

8518 

8519 

8520 
8521 

8522 

8523 

8524 

8525 

8526 

8527 
8528 

8529 
8530 

8531 
8532 

8533 
8534 
853s 
8536 
8537 
8538 
8539 

8540 
8541 

8542 

8543 

8544 

8545 
8546 

8547 
8548 

8549 

8550 



Code Word 

Marroner 

Marry 

Marrying 

Marscand 

Marshal 

Marshland 

Marsupial 

Martagon 

MarU/ag€ 

Martdlo 

Martial 

Martinet 

Martingal 

Martyr 

Martyrdom 

Marvel 

Marvellous 

Mascarana 

Masculine 

Mashing 

Masonry 

Masoretic 

Masquerade 

Mass 

Massacre 

Masseter 

Massively 

Masterless 

Mastership 

Mastery 

Masticate 

Masticable 

Mastiff 

Mastodon 

Mastology 

Matadore 

Makhcdfle 

Matchless 

Materially 

Maternal 

Maternity 

Mathematic 

Mathesis 

Matins 

Matineux 

Matricide 

Matricular 

Matrimony 

Matron 

Matronhood 



Harket — eontinued. 

The ( ) market is firai in consequence of 

The \ \ market is dull in consequence of 

The i ) market is bad in consequence of 



The ( 

The 

The 

The 

The 

The 

The 

The 

The 

The 

The 

The( 

The( 

The( 



market is well supplied 

market is fairly supplied 

market is bare of stocks 

market is clean of stocks 

market has declined 

market has advanced 

market opened steady 

market opened dull 

market opened with strong demand 

market is rising fast 

market is falling fast 

market is expected to improve 

market is very irregular 
) market utterly depressed [state 

) market continues in a very depressed 



i 



The( 

The ( ) market continuesgenerally very de| ress- 

The ( ) market appears to have collapsed [cd 

Market opened at last prices, but declined towards 

Market has an improving tendency [the close 

Market opened at last prices, but advanced towards 

Market remains the same [the close 

Market opened very firm but depressed towards 

Market quoted at last prices [the close 

Market opened very dull, but improved towards 

Market very sluggish [the close 

Market has recovered 

Market closed firmer with more enquiry 

Market closed dull with less enquiry 

Market dosed strong 

Market closed rather quiet 

Market closed with an improving tendency 

Market closed with a downward tendency 

Market decidedly weaker, tendency downwards 

Market decidedly stronger, tendency upwards 

Above the market price (rate) 

Below the market price (rate) 

At the market price (rate) 

Put in the market 

Take out of the market 

Force the market 

Do not force the market 

How is your market likely to be supplied 

How is your market likely to rule 

Your market offers no encouragement 

The market offers no encouragement 

Which do you think is the best market for 

I (we) recommend you to try the market 



172 



CodbNo 


CODR WOBD 


8551 


Matronage 


3552 


Matting 


8553 


Mattocks 


8554 


Mattress 


8555 


Maturate 


8556 


Maturely 


8557 


Maturing 


8558 


Matutinal 


8559 


Maudlin 


8560 


Maunday 


8561 


Maundering 


8562 


Mausoleum 


8563 


Mauvais 


8564 


Mawkish 


8565 


Maxillary 


8566 


Maxim 


8567 


Mayoralty 


8568 


Mayoress 


8569 


Maypole 


8570 


Maze 


8571 


Mauness 


8572 


Mazurka 


8573 


Meadow 


8574 


Meadway 


8575 


Meagre 


8576 


Meagreness 


8577 


Mealiness 


8578 


Meatman 


8579 


Mealtub 


8580 


Meandering 


8581 


Meanness 


8582 


Measles 


8583 


Measurably 


8584 


Mechanical 


8585 


Mechanics 


8586 


Mtconic 


8587 


Medallion 


8588 


Meddler 


8589 


Meddlesome 


8590 


MediaevcU 


8591 


Mediant 


8592 


Mediation 


8593 


Medical 


8594 


Medicament 


8595 


Medicine 


8596 


Mediety 


8597 


Mediocre 


8598 


Mediocrity 


8599 


Meditate 


8600 


Medium 



MAR-MAT 

Karket — continued. 

Telegraph me (us) your opinion of the market 
There was a poor attendance at the market 
There was a ^r attendance at the market 
Market poorly supplied 
Market now fully stocked 

Market steady during the but closed quiet 

Market quiet but firm at unchanged prices (rates) 
Market strong at full prices (rates) 
Telegraph whenever there is a change in the market 
There is more tone to the general market 
There is a favorable change in the market 
There is an unfavorable change in the market 
The market is without any new feature 

Quite a panic in the market owing to 

Market remains without improvement 

Markets everywhere continue falling 

Markets everywhere continue rising 

The chief feature in the foreign stock market is a 

No change to notice in the market [demand for 

Market affected by 

Keeps the market quite lively 

Keeps the market very dull 

Keeps the market steady and firm 

Actual state of the market 

Put it (them) in the market before opponents, even 

Let opponents try the market first [at a loss 

I (we) may get the benefit of any rise in the market 

Be HUt to fat the benefit of any iniiroTcment in the market 

So that we may consider market well supplied 

Mast(t)— (See Ship's Gear, &c.) 

Kate. 
Mate has left the — 
Mate not to be found 

Send mate of here immediately 

Mate of to dose his account and come heie 

I (we) send fresh mate for [immediately 



Mate has left here (• 
Mate is dead 



•) for your place (for — ) 



Mate must take command 

Mate of to go as master on board 



Mate cannot take command, he has not a master's 
Mate takes charge of the vessel [certificate 

Mate's Seoeipt 
Against mate's receipt 
Send mate's receipt 
Deliver mate's receipt to 
I (we) hold mate's receipt 
Will not deliver mate's receipt 
Will not deliver mate's receipt without 
Do not part with mate's receipt 



]MLAT— ]MLAY 



173 



CodbNo 

8601 
8602 

8603 
8604 
8605 
8606 

8607 

8608 

8609 
8610 

861 1 
8612 

8613 

8614 

8615 
8616 
8617 
8618 
8619 
8620 

8621 

8622 

8623 

8624 
8625 
8626 
8627 

8628 

8629 

8630 
8631 
8632 

8633 
8634 

8635 

8636 

8637 
8638 
8639 

8640 
8641 
8642 

8643 

8644 

8645 

8646 

8647 

8648 

8649 

8650 



CoDB Word 

MeeUer 

MeduUary 

Afedulline 

Meekly 

Meekness 

Meersckaum 

Meeting 

Mdancholy 

Meliorated 

Melanger 

Melinet 

Mellific 

Mellow 

Mellowness 

Melodious 

Melodist 

Melophone 

Melting 

Member 

Membership 

Membrane 

Memento 

Memoir 

MemorcUe 

Memorial 

Memory 

Menace 

Menagerie 

Mendable 

Mendacity 

Mendicancy 

Menial 

Meniscus 

Menology 

Mensonge 

Mensurate 

Menially 

Mentor 

Mephitical 

Meprisani 

Mercantile 

Mtrcenary 

Mercer 

Merciful 

Merciless 

Mercurial 

Merely 

Merging 

Meridian 

Merino 



Kate's '^MWXfX,— continued. 

Who holds mate's receipt 

Mate's receipt in the h^uids of 
Kats. 

Ship to find mats 

Charterers to find mats 

Dunnage mats not required 
][atter(8).— (See Affairs) 

What IS the matter 

How do matters stand 

There is nothing the matter 

It is a matter of some importance 

Have nothing to do with the matter 

Refer the matter to 

Settle tlie matter best way you can 

Settle the matter as he (they) wish 

I (we) will have nothing to do with the matter 

Matter out of my (our) hands now [arrange with 

Matter out of my (our) liands now, you must 

It does not matter 

Take it as a matter of course 

Considering the matter 

The matter(s) appear(s^ very unsettled 

The matter(s) appear(s) more settled 

Expedite matters all you can 
May. 

May I (we) 

May vou 

I (we) may 

You may 

May he (they) 

He (they) may 

If I (we) may 

During the month of May 

During next May 

About beginning of May 

About middle of May 

About end of May 

Last May 

Next May 

istdayofMay 

2nd day of May 

3rd day of May 

4th day of May 

5th day of May 

6th day of May 

7th day of May 

8th day of May 

9th day of May 

loth day of May 

nth day of May 



«74 



MAY— MEN 



GodbNo 

8651 
8652 

8653 

«654 

865s 
8656 

8657 
8658 

8659 

8660 

8661 

8662 

8663 

8664 

8665 

8666 

8667 

8668 

8669 

8670 

8671 

8672 

8673 
8674 

8675 
8676 

8677 
8678 

8679 

8680 

8681 

8682 

8683 

8684 

8685 

8686 

8687 

8688 

8689 

8690 

8691 

8692 

8693 

8694 

8695 

8696 

8697 
8698 
8699 
8700 



CODB WWD 

MeritahU 

Meritant 

Merlette 

Merlin 

Mermaid 

Merrily 

Merriment 

Merriness 

Mesallier 

Mesmerism 

Messenger 

Messmate 

Messuage 

Metabola 

Metacarpe 

Metarism 

Metalepse 

Metallurgy 

Metaphor 

Metaphrase 

Metaphysic 

Meteor 

Meterage 

Method 

Methodist 

Meticulous 

Metonymy 

Metrical 

Metrifier 

Metronome 

Mettled 

Meubler 

Meurfrir 

MiasmcUic 

Miasmatist 

Microdon 

Microlite 

Microscope 

Midden 

Middling 

Midge 

Midlands 

Midriff 

Midway 

Midwife 

Mv^htifiess 

Mignard 

Mignonette 

Migrate 

Migratory 



1 2th day of May 

tjlh day of May 

14th day of May 

15th day oC May 

i6th day of May 

1 7th day of May 

1 8th day of May 

19th day of May 

20th day of May 

2ist day of May 

22nd day of May 

23rd day of May 

24th day of May 

25th day of May 

26th day of May 

27th day of May 

28th day of May 

29th day of May 

30th day of May 

31th day of May 
Hea2i(8). 

By what means 

Do not understand what you mean 

What does it (do they) mean 

Take such means as you think best 

I ^we) have the means 

I f we) have not the means 

I (we) shall take other means 

Will take other means 

Let him (them) take other means 

By all and every means possible 

If energetic means are immediately adopted 

By no means 

Prompt means must be taken 

Take energetic means for recovery 

Take every possible means to suppress 

Take every possible means to bring forward 
Meeting 

AtAmcetfiicof tiiearadltortof— ^pajrintat of.~.la the poand ha* 

Caeoeirtad 

There will be a meeting shortly 

Shall I (we) attend the meeting on your* behalf 

Please attend meeting and report result 

AtAUMeUagortkecrtdltanor — , « pagrmmt of— la Um pound hw bMn 

oflkfcd 

Please attend the meeting and watch our interests 
Men. — (See Crew) 
Men are plentiful 
Men are scarce 
Is (are) short of men 
How many men are required 
men are required 



MEN— MIN 



175 



CodbNo 

8701 

8702 

8703 
8704 

8705 

8706 

8707 
8708 
8709 

8710 
87II 
8712 

8713 
8714 

87IS 

8716 

8717 

8718 

8719 

8720 

8721 

8722 

8723 
8724 

8725 

8726 

8727 

8728 
8729 
8730 

8731 

873a 

8733 

8734 

873s 
8736 

8737 

8738 

8739 
8740 

8741 

8742 

8743 

8744 

874s 
8746 

8747 
8748 

8749 

8750 



CoDB Word 

Mildew 

Afildnas 

Miieagt 

Milipost 

Milestone 

Militant 

Militated 

Milkboy 

Milkcan 

Milken 

Miikiness 

Milkmaid 

Milkman 

Milkpail 

Milksop 

Millenary 

Millenium 

Millesimal 

Milliard 

Milliner 

Millpond 

Milsey 

Mimetic 

Mimicry 

Minacious 

Minaret 

Mincingly 

Mindfully 

Mineralisi 

Mineralogy 

Mingler 

Miniature 

Minion 

Minister 

Ministrant 

Miniver 

Minoration 

Minority 

Minstrels 

Mintage 

Minutely 

Minuteness 

Miocene 

Mirahdle 

Miracle 

Miraculous 

Miradura 

Mirage 

Miriness 

Mirlirot 



Ken — eontiftued. 

Is ^are^ waiting for more men 

Is (are) entirely stopped by want of men 

Will you send men or ^lall I (we) get them 

More men will be sent immediately 

Sufficient men will be sent immediately 

Get the necessary men in your place 

Shall I (we) employ men for the run only 

Employ sufficient men for the run only 
Mentioned. 

Must not be mentioned 

Has not been mentioned 

Same as mentioned before 

It will not be mentioned 
Merchant(s). 

Who is (are) the merchant(s) 

Merchant's) is (are) 

Merchant(8) cannot be found 

On behalf of the merchant(s) 

Merchant(s) will accept 

Merchant^ s) will not accept 

Merchant(s) will admit 

Merchaiftfs^ will not admit 

Merchantm insist(s^ upon 

Merchant?s) cannot oe relieved from the fulfilment 
Merchantable. [of agreement 

Not merchantable 

Put it (them) into merchantable condition 

Of fair mercnantable quality and condition 
Message. — (See Code,— -Telegram, — Telegraph). 

Do not think you understand the message 

Send following message to — 

Repeat the message [ 

Last message I (we) received from you was dated 

My (our) k^t message to you was dated 



X (w*) hftTs not veeeiTid tiM 



rtlemd to (of—) plcMt rapMt 



I (we) do not understand the message 
Miehaebnas. 

This Michaelma3 

luast Michaelmas 

Next Michaelmas 
Miaittry. 

Ministry will probably resign 

Ministry has resigned [resigned 

Following member(s) of the ministry has (have) 

New ministry formed under [filled up 

The vacancy(ics) in the ministry has (have) been 

Ministry has been defeated 

Vote of confidence passed in favor of the ministry 

Vola of want of oonfidoace paiwd M*tBfll the ministry 

First Lord of the Treasury has resigned 



176 



MIN— MIS 



CodbNo 

8751 
8752 

8753 

8754 

8755 

8756 

8757 

8758 

8759 
8760 

8761 

8762 

8763 
8764 

8765 
8766 

8767 
8768 
8769 

87' 

87 

87 

87: 

87: 

87: 

87: 

87' 

87: 

87- 

8780 

8781 

8782 

8783 

8784 

878s 
8786 

8787 
8788 

8789 
8790 

8791 
8792 

8793 
8794 

8795 
8796 

8797 
8798 

8799 
8800 



3 
'4 

5 
6 

7 
8 



Code Word 

Mirmidon 

Mirth 

Mirthful 

Mirthless 

Misbehave 

Miscellany 

Mischance 

Mischief 

Miscihle 

Misdaim 

Misconceit 

Miscreancy 

Miscreated 

Misdaer 

Miser 

Miserably 

Miserere 

Misery 

Mis/are 

Misgive 

Misinfer 

Mislayer 

Mislead 

Misnomer 

Misogamist 

Misplace 

Misprint 

Misrule 

Missal 

Mission 

Missionary 

Missive 

Mistily 

Mistiness 

Mistletoe 

Mistress 

Misty 

Mite 

Mitigant 

Mitigatory 

Mittens 

MittrailU 

Mixediy 

Mixture 

Moanfidly 

Moaning 

Mobbish 

Mobile 

Moccason 

Mockable 



XuiittTy — continued. 

Lord High Chancellor has resigned 
Lord President of the Council has resigned 
Lord Privy Seal has resigned [resigned 
Secretary of State Home department has 

Secretary of State Foreign department has resigned 
Secretaiy of State Colonial department has resii^ned 
Secretary of State War department has resigned 
Secretary of State Indian department has resigned 

— First Lord of the Admiralty has resigned 
Chancellor of the Exchequer has resigned 
Postmaster-General has resigned 
Chief Secretary for Ireland has resigned 

**— C h a n c el l or of the Duchy of Comwan has redgned 

President of the Board of Trade has resigned 

— — Lord Lieutenant o( Irel ind has resigned 

— ^ Lord Justioe General of Scotland has resigned 

— — has accepted the pontion of First Lord of the Treasury 

— — h:is accepted the position of Lord High Chancellor 

•^— has accepted the position of Lord President of the Council 

has accepted the position of Lord Privy Seal 

— has accepted the position of Secretary of Sutc Home departmert 
—^ has accepted the position of Secretary of SuteForeign department 
^— has accepted the position of Secretary of StateColonial depar ment 

has accepted the position of Secretary of ^tate War department 

has accepted the position of Secretary of State Indian departmcut 

-^ has accepted the position of First I^rd of the Admiralty 
•^— has accepted the pcution of Chancellor of the Exchequer 
-^ has accepted the position of Postmastier-General. 
^p— has accepted the position of Chief Secretary for Ireland. 
'^— has accepted the position of Chancellor of the Duchy of Cornwall 
— — has accepted the position of Prnudent of the Board of Trade 
— — has accepted the position of Lord Lieutenant of Ireland 
has accepted the positioa of Lord Justice General of Scotland 

MiMing. 

Is (are) missing 

The rest is (are) missing 

How much (many) is (are) missing 

Telegraph hst of the missing 

Greatest portion missing 

Not much (many) missing 

The following is (are) missing 

Intended enclosure is missing 

Document(s) is (are) missing 

Manifest(s) is (are) missins 

Bill(s) Lading is (are) missing 

Letter(s) is (are) missing 
Mistake 

You have made a mistake 

There is some mistake 

Please correct mistake immediately 

Has mistake been found out 



MIS— MON 



177 



CodbNo 


CODB WOBD 


'MiMtake—continued, 


8801 


Mockery 


There is not any mistake 


88o2 


Mockingly 


I (we) have made a mistake 


8803 


Modalisi 


A mistake has been made in your order 


8804 


Moderation 


A mistake has been made in bill(s) lading 


8805 


Modem 


A mistake has been made in manifest 


8806 


Modernise 


There is some mistake between us 


8807 


Modestly 


The mistake is on your side 


8808 


Modicum 


The mistake is on my (our) side 


8809 


Modificate 


Are vou certain there is no mistake 
Hifandentood. 


8810 


Modify 


881 1 


MocUUion 


You have misunderstood our instructions 


8812 


Modishness 


You have misunderstood the matter entirely 


8813 


Modulate 


Model 


8814 
8815 


Mogul 
Mohair 


Send a model as soon as possible 
Model will be sent immediately 


8816 


Moiety 


Model will be sent in a few days 


8817 


Moisten 


Have no model that I (we) can send 


8818 


Moistness 


Monday. 


8819 


Moisture 


On Monday morning 


8820 


Molar 


On Monday evening 


8821 


Molecular 


During Monday 


8822 


Molestate 


During Monday night 


8823 


MoUnism 


I.<ast Monday 


8824 


MoU^ 


Next Monday 


8825 


MoUusk 


Last Monday week 


8826 


Molten 


Next Monday week 


8827 


Momentary 


Every Monday 


8828 


Momentous 


Every other Monday 


8829 


Monarch 


Every second Monday 


8830 


Monastery 


Every third Monday 


8831 


Monastical 


Every fourth Monday 


8832 


Monceau 


First Monday in the month 


8833 


Mondanite 


Second Monday in the month 


8834 


Monger 


Third Monday in the month 


883s 


Mongrel 


Fourth Monday in the month 


8836 


Monitorial 


lASt Monday in the month 


8837 


Monitory 


Money. 


8838 


Monk 


Money to be paid down 


8839 


Monkhood 


Must first have the money 


8840 


Monkish 


The money will be paid down 


8841 


Monogamy 


The money will not be paid 


8842 


Monogram 


The money will not be paid without 


8843 


Monolith 


Do you thmk the money is all right 


8844 


Monologue 


I (we) think the money is all right 


8845 


Monopoly 


I (we) do not think the money is all right 
Wliat amount of purchase-money is required 


8846 


Monotone 


8847 


Monotonous 


Purchase-money required 


8848 


Monster 


Stop the montldy money of following 


8849 


Monstrous 


Distance money to be paid 


8850 


Montanic 


Refuse to pay distance money 

N 



178 



MON 



CodrNo 

8851 
8852 

8853 
8854 

88SS 
8856 

8857 
8858 

8859 
8860 

8861 

8862 

8863 

8864 

8865 

8866 

8867 

8868 

8869 

8870 

8871 

8872 

8873 

8874 

887s 
8876 

8877 
8878 

8879 
8880 

8881 

8882 

8883 

8884 

8885 

8886 

8887 

8888 

8889 

8890 

8891 

8892 

8893 
8894 

8895 

8896 

8897 
8898 

8899 
8900 



Code Wokd 

Monument 

Moodily 

Moonbeam 

Moonlight 

Moonshine 

Moorish 

Mopish 

Mopsicai 

Moraillon 

Moralize 

Morbid 

Morbidness 

Morbleu 

Mordicant 

Mordiller 

Moresque 

Morganatic 

Moribund 

Mormon 

Morose 

Moroseness 

Morphine 

Moriaise 

Mortality 

Mortar 

MorHfy 

Mortmain 

Mortuary 

Mosaic 

Moslem 

Mossiness 

Motherly 

Motion 

Motionless 

Motley 

Motmot 

Motto 

Mouchard 

Moucheron 

Moufette 

Mouflon 

Mould 

Moulding 

Mouldiness 

Moulted 

Mound 

Mountain 

Mountebanh 

Mountlet 

Mournful 



Money — continued 

The supply of money has increased 
Supply of money is rather more abundant 
Supply of money continues scarce 
Money is no object 

Money is an important object in the case 
I ^we) have sufficient money in hand 
I (we) have not sufficient money in hand 
Without money in hand 
I am (we are) entirely without money 
I (we) will keep you supplied with money 
Draw what money you require from — - 
Money required will be supplied by ■ 
Money will be a little easier soon 
Money will be a little tighter soon 
Money will undoubtedly become cheaper 
Money will undoubtedly become dearer 
Realised little money 
Realised quite as much money 
Money is scarce on the open market 
Money is plentifiil on the open market 
There is an active demand for money 
There is a poor demand for money 
There is a fair demand for money 
Money continues with little change 
Demand for money slightly easier 
Good demand for money 
Quite a panic in the money market owing to 

Honth(s). 

During the month 

During the last month 

During next month 

During month after next 

About beginning of the month 

About middle of the month 

About end of the month 

This month 

Next month 

Last month 

About beginning of next month 

About middle of next month 

About end of next month 

In a month's time 

Month by month 

One month 

Two months 

Three months 

Four months 

Five months 

Six months 

Seven months 



MON—MUR 



179 



CodbNo 

8901 
8902 

8903 

8904 

8905 

8906 

8907 

8908 

8909 
8910 

891 1 
8912 

8913 

8914 

8916 

8917 
8918 
8919 
8920 
8921 
8922 
8923 
8924 

8925 
8926 

8927 

8928 

8929 

8930 

8931 

8932 

8933 

8934 

893s 
8936 

8937 
8938 

8939 
8940 

8941 

8942 

8943 
8944 

894s 
8946 

8947 
8948 

8949 
8950 



CoDB Word 

Mourning 

Mouse 

MousehoU 

Mousing 

MousUuhe 

Mouth 

Mouthful 

Mouthless 

Movable 

Moveless 

Movement 

Mower 

Mowing 

Moyle 

Mucid 

Muddness 

Mucilage 

Mudte 

Mucker 

Muckle 

MucosUy 

Mucronate 

MucuUnt 

Mucus 

Muddler 

Muddy 

Mu^h 

Mudwort 

M^fiftg 

Muffled 

Muggard 

Mugieni 

Mulatto 

Muiatress 

Mulberry 

Mulch 

Mulctary 

Mule 

Muleteer 

Mulishly 

Mullet 

MuUicite 

MuUion 

Mullifoil 

Multiple 

Multitude 

Multum 

Mumble 

Mummer 

Mumpish 



Month — continued 

Eight months 

Nine months 

Ten months 

Eleven months 

Twelve months 
Monthly. 

Monthly shipments (forwardings) 

Monthly deliveries 

Monthly payments 
More. 

How much (many) more to come forward 

Not much (many) more to come forward 

If more wanted telegraph promptly 

Will probably require more 

Will probably not require more 

Will probably be more 

A great many (quantity) more wanted 

More than 

No more than 

No more required 

No more can be got 

How much (many) more will be ready for ship- 
More on the way [ment by 

A very great many more will be ready by 

A very few more will be ready by — ^— 
Morning. 

This morning 

During the morning 

To-morrow morning 

Any morning 

Yesterday morning 

Early in the mommg 

At o'clock this morning 

Mortgage. 

Has (have) a mortgage on the vessel(s) 

Has (have) a mor^;age on the property 

Ascertain if there is any mortgage on the 

There is no mortgage on the -^— 

There is (are) a mortgage(s) on the vessel as follows 

There is (are) a mortgagees) on the ( ) property 

Warranted free from mortgage [as foUows 

Mortgage on 

Mortgage on land 

Mortgage on house property 
Mortga^ee(8). 

Who IS (are) the mortgagee(s) 

Call upon the mortgagee(s) 

Telegraph name(s) of mortgagee(8) 
Morder. 

Murder, has been committed 

N 2 



i8o 



MUR-NAM 



CODVNo 

8951 

8952 

8953 

8954 

8955 
8956 

8957 
8958 

8959 
8960 

8961 

8962 

8963 

8964 

8965 

8966 

8967 
8968 
8969 
8970 
8971 
8972 

8973 
8974 

897s 
8976 

8977 
8978 

8979 
8980 

8981 

8982 

8983 

8984 

8985 
8986 

8987 

8988 

8989 

8990 

8991 

8992 

8993 
8994 
899s 
8996 

8997 
8998 

8999 
9000 



CoDB Word 

Mumps 
Munching 
Mundane 
MundaHon 
Mundify 
Municipal 
Munificent 
Munition 
Mural 
Muret^ssr 
Muriate 
Murifarm 
Murky 
Murmuring 
Murrain 
Musard 
Muscardint 
Muscatel 
Muscular 
Muse 
Museful 
Museum 
Mushroom 
Musical 
NABBING 
Nabob 
Nacarat 
Nacarctdo 
Nacelle 
Nacido 
Nadente 
Nadmiento 
Nacreous 
Nadadero 
Nadrencu 
Nafalio 
Nag 

Nagement 
Nagueres 
Nailer 
Naissant 
Naively 
Naivement 
Nakedness 
Nalgada 
Nameless 
Namesake 
Nankeen 
Napea 
^apiform 



Hnrder — continued. 

Wilful murder 
Murdered. 

Has (have) been murdered 
Must. 

Must be 

Must not be 

I (we) must know immediately 

You must come immediately 

You must go immediately 

You must 

You must not 

I (we) must 

I (we) must not 

If I (we) must 

If you must 

Must proceed 

Must not proceed 
Hntinoiu. 

The crew of — are mutinous 

The has put in with crew mutinous 

Mutiny. 

The mutiny is gainin^r ^ound 

The mutiny is not gammg ground 

The mutiny is now quelled 
SAKED. 

Shipped naked 

To be shipped naked 
Heme. 

What is (are) the name(8) of 

In my (our) name 

In the name of 

Any name you please 

Do you know the name(s) of 

Do yon know the iMiM(«)or-~^ If nvglvi lu all poirfbtolalbraMtiM 

Must be first-dass name(s) [namef s) 

I (we) cannot caution you too much against me 

Do not like tiM iiaawW, w<m]d nllMT Bol hcM anjthlac to do with it (thtrn) 

Name(s) not known here 
Name(s) not suitable 
Name^s) has (have) a bad repute 
Name(s) not much known 
Name(s) not at all liked 
First class name(8) 
Name(s) stands (stand) well 
Very respectable name(s) 
Telegraph ship's name when you ship 
Send immediately name of person 
No name to be seen on the 
Do not name 
Cannot ascertain name 



NAT— NBA 



i8i 



CodbNo 

9001 
9002 
9003 
9004 
9005 
9006 
9007 
9008 
9009 
9010 
901 1 
9012 

9013 
9014 

901 5 
9016 

9017 

9018 

9019 

9020 

9021 

9022 

9023 

9024 

9025 

9026 

9027 

9028 

9029 

9030 

9031 
9032 

9033 
9034 

903s 
9036 

9037 
9038 

9039 
9040 

9041 

9042 

9043 
9044 

9045 

9046 

9047 
9048 
9049 
9050 



Code Word 

Napkin 
Napless 
Naphtha 
Narcotic 
Narcotine 
Narcotique 
Narigon 
Narizado 
NarrabU 
Narrate 
Narrating 
Narrative 
Narrowly 
Narrmving 
Narrowness 
ifatwhal 
Nasality 
Nasalement 
Nasarder 
Nascency 
Nasillard 
Nasturtium 
Nastiness 
Nasty 
Natation 
Natatory 
Nateron 
National 
Nations 
Ncttive 
Nativity 
NatroUte 
Naturalist 
Naturally 
Nature 
Naufrage 
Naughty 
Naumache 
Nauseate 
NausecUing 
Nauseando 
Nauseously 
Nautical 
Noutilus 
Nautique 
Novaja 
Navarchy 
! No^oegante 
\ Navicular 
Navideno 



Sationalitjr. 

What nationality is the vessel 

Vessel's nationality is 

Any nationality ^^ do 

Any nationality will do except 

American nationality preferred 

Belgian nationality preferred 

British nationality preferred 

Chinese nationality preferred 

Danish nationality preferred 

French nationality preferred 

German nationality preferred 

Japanese nationality preferred 

Norwegian nationality preferred 

Portuguese nationality preferred 

Russian nationality preferred 

Spanish nationality preferred 

Swedish nationality preferred 

Turkish nationality preferred 
Hature. 

What is the nature of 

Of an inflammable nature 

Of a destructive nature 

Of a contaminating nature 

Of a dangerous nature 

Nothing of a damaging or dangerous nature to be 

Of a temporary nature. 
Havigable. 

Not navigable for vessels over (See Quantities) 

Navigable for vessels of any size 
Havigation. 

Navigation is impossible 

Subject to navigation being open 

If navigation is closed 

If navigation is open 

The navigation opened here 

Navigation is now open 

Navigation is expected to be opened shortly 

Navigation is now closed 

Navigation is now closed for the season 

Navigation is expected to close shortly 

RarlgMtkm to Uila pkae li nowop^a Ibr itaMiMn* batttUInc ^^ewwli will h«T« 

to w«it a ft* dart 

Hear. 
As near as vessel can safely get 
As near as vessel can s^ely get, always being afloat 
Very near 
Not near 
Not near enough 
Quite near enough 
Near as possible 



[shipped 



l82 



NEA— NEG 



CodbNo 

• 9051 
9052 

9053 
9054 

9055 
9056 

9057 

9058 
9059 

9060 
9061 
9062 

9063 

9064 

9065 

9066 

9067 
9068 

9069 
9070 

9071 

9072 

9073 
9074 

907s 

9076 

9077 
9078 
9079 

9080 
9081 
9082 

9083 

9084 

9085 

9086 

9087 

9088 

9089 
9090 

9091 

9092 

9«>93 
9094 

9095 
9096 

9097 

9098 

9099 

9100 



Code Word 

Navigaieur 

Neanmoins 

Nearness 

Neatherd 

Neailand 

Neatly 

Nebula 

Nebuieuse 

Ndmlosity 

Nebulous 

Necessitous 

Neckcloth 

Necklace 

Necktie 

Necrology 

Necromancy 

Necropolis 

Necrosis 

Nectar 

Nectarine 

Needer 

Neediness 

Needlessly 

Needlework 

Needment 

Nrfarious 

Negado 

Negation 

Negatively 

Neglectful 

Negligee 

N^ociator 

Negraille 

Negress 

Negrillon 

Neigh 

Necking 

Neighbour 

Nemalite 

Nemophila 

Nenioroso 

Nenufar 

Neogre^o 

Neogamist 

Neonomian 

Neophyte 

Neoplastic 

Neoteric 

Nepaulese 

Nephralgia 



Hear — continued. 

Should be very near 
Heoewary 

If necessary 

If not necessary 

If necessary to give 

If necessary to take 

If not necessary to give 

If not necessary to take 

It is necessary to give 

It is necessary to take 

It is not necessary to give 

It is not necessary to take 

If absolutely necessary 

Is it ^will it be) necessary 

It is (It will be) necessary 

It is (it will) not (be) necessary 

If you consider it necessary 

I (we) do not consider it necessary 

More than is necessary 

Provide all that is necessary 

I am (we are) taking the necessary steps 

Take the necessary means 
Veoeisity. 

Is there any necessity 

I (we) do not see the necessity 

There is great necessity 

In case of necessity 

Will avoid the necessity of 

It is a case of necessity 

Unless compelled by absolute necessity 

The necessity of having 

There is no necessity 
Heed. 

I (we) have no need of 

I (we) have much need of 

Is (are) much in need of 

Has (have) no need of 

Do not need 

You need not 

In great need of 

WiU need to go 

I (we) will have need to 

In case of need 

In case of need apply to 
Heglect 

Very great neglect 

Do not neglect 

No neglect on our part 

The neglect is not here, must be somewhere else 
negotiate 



NEG-NEW 



i8 






CodbNo 


CoDB Word 


Negotiate — continued 


9101 


Nipkritic 


Can you negotiate bill ^s) on me (us) 


9102 


Nepotism 


Can you negotiate bill(s) on me (us) if so what rate 


9103 


Nerprun 


I (we) can negotiate bill(s^ on you [usuance 
I (we) can negotiate bul(s) on you ^ rate — 


9104 


Nerveless 


9105 


Nerves 


I (we) cannot negotiate bill(s) on you 


9106 


Nervine 


I (|we) cannot negotiate bill(s) on you without 
I (we) cannot negotiate biU(s) on you formore than 


9107 


Nervosity 


9108 
9109 


Nervous 
Nesdenu 


Can you negotiate bill(s) on if so, what rate 

I (we) can negotiate biUrs) on 


91 10 


Nespera 


I (we) can negotiate bill(s)on — rate — usuance 


9111 


Nestling 


I (we; cannot negotiate bill (s) on 


9112 


Nestorian 


I (we) cannot negotiate bill (s) on ^— > without 


9"3 


Nethermost 


I(we) cannot n^otiate bill(s)on for more than 


9114 


Nettle 


Vegotiations. 


9"5 


Nettling 


Negotiations still pending 


9116 


Ntttoyage 


Negotiations are not satisfactory 


9117 


Network 


N^otiations are very satisfactory 


9118 


Neuralgia 


Negotiations suspended for the present 


9119 


Neurology 


Negotiations are concluded 
Is (are) open to negotiations 


9T20 


Neurotic 


9I2I 


Neutralise 


You must be very stiff in vour negotiations 
Negotiations have fallen through 


9122 


Nevadilla 


9"3 


Neverita 


Heither. 


9124 


Neviscar 


Neither seen nor heard of 


9"5 


Newly 


Neither more nor less 


9126 


Newness 


Neither one nor the other 


9127 


Newsman 


Neither you nor I (we) 


9T28 


Newsmonger 


Hever. 


9129 


Nexible 


It will never do 


9130 


Nibble 


It was never mentioned 


9131 


Niceness 


VeutraL 


9132 


Nicety 


Advise you to remain neutral 


9^33 


Niche 


I (we) wiU remain neutral 


9*34 


Nicknack 


Will remain neutral 


9135 


Nickname 


Hew. 


9136 


Nicotine 


Quite new 


9137 


Nictation 


Will require new 


9138 


Nidificat 


Get ready new 


9139 


Nidify 


Send immediately new 


^140 


Niebla 


Nothing new 


9141 


Nidulation 


New for old 


9142 


Nigauder 


V0WSb 


9143 


Niggard 


What is the latest news 


9144 


Ni^ler 


What news have you of — 


9145 


Nightcap 


Have you any news 


9146 


N^htfall 


I (we) have no news 


9147 


Nighthag 


The latest news is 


9148 


Nightingale 


Most important news 


9149 


Nightlight 


No news of importance 


9»So 


Nightmare 


Have no further news 



1 84 


CodbNo 


9151 


9152 


9153 


9154 


9155 


9156 


9157 


9158 


9^59 


9160* 


9161 


9162 


9163 


9164 


9165 


9166 


9167 


9168 


9169 


9170 


9171 


9172 


9173 


9174 


9175 


9176 


9177 


9178 


9179 


9180 


9181 


9182 


9183 


9184 


9185 


9186 


9187 


9188 


9189 


9190 


9191 


9192 


9193 


9194 


9195 


9196 


9197 


9198 


9199 


9200 



NEW— NOT 



CoDB Word 

Nightshade 

Nig?UHme 

Nigrescent 

Nihility 

NHometre 

Nimble 

Nimbleness 

Nimiety 

Ninada 

Ninepins 

Ninero 

Ninny 

Nipper 

Nippingly 

Nitouche 

Nitnfy 

Nitrogen 

Nitrous 

Nivelar 

Nobility 

Noble 

Noblemen 

Nobleness 

Nobody 

Noctambulo 

Noctidial 

Noctuary 

Nocturnal 

NocHvagp 

Nocument 

Ninhtion 

Nodder 

Nodding 

Nodosity 

Nodriza 

Nodular 

NoguercU 

Noirceur 

Noiseless 

Noisome 

Noisy 

Nomadic 

Nombrador 

Nombrant 

Nominal 

Nominated 

Nomination 

Nomogrqfia 

Nomothetic 

Nonagesime 



Vewi — continued. 

Send all the news you possibly can 

Get all the news you possibly can 

News expected daily 

News not reliable 

News quite correct 

Political news more favorable 

Political news more unfavorable 

In consequence of the warlike news 

Very glad to receive news of 

Veiy grieved to receive news of 

The news has quite upset everything 

The news has given great satisfaction 

According to news received here 

Unless you have later favorable news 

Unless you have later unfavorable news 

If you have later favorable news 

If you have later unfavorable news 

Latest news being more favorable 

Latest news being more unfavorable 

Her news has been anticipated 
Vewtpaper(i). 

Send me (us) the following newspaper(s) 

Send me (us) the following newspaper(s), regularly 

No newspapers to hand [untu ^r^er orders 

Newspapers were sent as usual 

Newspapers delayed through an accident 

Newspapers are now on the way 
Hight 

During the night 

Last night 

To-night 

To-morrow night 

The last night I (we) can give you 

Any night 

No more 
No, thank you 
Hoihiii^. 

Nothmg doing 

Nothing here 

Nothing to be got 

Nothing to prevent it 

Nothing suitable 

Nothing of consequence 

Nothing doing on the spot 

Nothing doing here 

Nothing doing at 

If nothing to be had 

Can nothmg be done 

I (we) regret nothing can be done 



CodbNo 

9201 
9202 

9«>3 
9204 

9205 

9206 

9207 

9208 

9209 

9210 

9211 

9212 

9213 
9214 

9215 
9216 

9217 

9218 

9219 

9220 

9221 

9222 

9223 

9224 

9225 

9226 

9227 

9228 

9229 

9230 

9231 
9232 

9233 

9234 

9235 
9236 

9237 
9238 

9239 
9240 

9241 

9242 

9243 
9244 

9245 
9246 

9247 
9248 

9249 
9250 



Code Word 

Nonagon 

Nance 

Nonchalant 

Nonconform 

Nonentity 

Nonjurant 

Nonpareil 

Nonplus 

Nonplussed 

Nonsense 

Nonsuit 

Nonsuiting 

Nonsuch 

Nontronite 

Noodle 

Nook 

Noonday 

Noonstecul 

Noontide 

Nopalera 

Norabtufta 

Noramala 

Normal 

Northerner 

Northman 

Northward 

Nosegay 

Nosdess 

Nosolo^st 

Nostalgia 

Nostrii 

Notable 

Notability 

Notador 

Notarial 

Notarius 

Notation 

NoUlud 

Notching 

Notebook 

Notedly 

Notedness 

Noteivorthy 

Noticeable 

Notifier 

Notionist 

Notoriety 

Notorious 

Nouement 

Nourish 



NOT 185 



Vothing — continued, 

I (we) have done nothing 

I (we) have nothing to offer 

Nothing done here to>day 

Nothing can be done here 

Nothing more can be done 

Can do nothing without 

Can do nothing during your absence 

Disappointed you have done nothing 

Do nothing until you hear from me (us) 

Do nothing until you hear from 

I (we) shall do nothing until I (we) hear from you 

I (we) shall do nothing until I (we) hear from 

doing nothing 

Nothing can be done with it (them — ^him — ^her) 

Nothing will be left after 

Nothing will be left for 

I (we) can suggest nothing further 
Votice. 

At a moment's notice 

Without further notice 

Until further notice 

With or without notice 

You must give notice immediately 

Give notice upon arrival 

Give notice upon departure 

Give notice of demurrage 

Give notice to merchant(s) 

Give notice to owner(s) 

Give notice to agent(s) 

Give formal notice ofheavy consequential liabilities 

Give legal notice at once 

Ulva legal notiee at oomb, hxddtnc htan (ttMm) iwpoiuUla te all ooom- 

Has (have) given notice 

Take no further notice 

Take no particular notice 

Nothing fresh to notice 

Take no notice 

Not worth notice 

Notice to be given when ready to load 

Notice to be given when ready to discharge 

Notice to be given upon arrival 

notice to be given of intended expiry of 

From date of notice [charter party 

From date of notice being given 

I (we) cannot accept the notice 

I (we) have no notice 

I (we) give you notice 

I (we) cannot undertake to give notice 

Please instruct to give notice 

I (we) have instructed to give notice 



1 86 



NOT— NOW 



CodbNo 

9251 
9252 

9253 
9254 

9255 
9256 

9257 
9258 
9259 

9260 

9261 

•9262 

9263 
9264 
9265 

9266 
9267 

9268 

9269 

9270 

9271 

9272 

9273 
9274 
9275 

9276 

9277 
9278 

9279 

9280 
9281 
9282 

9283 
9284 

9285 

9286 

9287 

9288 

9289 
9290 

9291 

9292 

9293 
9294 
929s 

9296 

9297 

9298 

9299 

9300 



Code Word 

Nourishing 

Nourrisson 

Nourriturt 

Nouveaute 

Novaadite 

Novator 

Navdador 

Novedad 

Ncvelism 

NcvdUtte 

Novelty 

NotJenary 

Novendtal 

Novice 

Novillero 

Novilunar 

Novitiate 

Nowise 

Noxious 

Noxiously 

Noyeau 

Nozzle 

Nubarron 

Nubecita 

Nubiferous 

Nuhilate 

Nublosidad 

Nudeiform 

Nucleus 

Nudamente 

Nudation 

Nudity 

Nuegados 

Nuestratno 

NuevamenU 

Nugaciiy 

Nugatory 

Nugget 

Nuisance 

Nuitamment 

Nullement 

Nullified 

Nullify 

NuUipore 

Nunw 

Numberer 

Numberless 

Numbness 

Numeral 

Numeration 



1 



Votioe— continued* 

Official notice has been given 

Proper notice has been given 

Employers have given notice f^'^'^s 

Employers have given notice of a reduction in 

Workmen have given notice 

Workmen have given notice that they will require 

Workmen have given notice that they will not 
November 

During the month of November 

Diuing next November 

About beginning of November 

About middle of November 

About end of November 

Last November 

Next November 

ist day of November 

2nd day of November 

3rd day of November 

4th day of November 

5th day of November 

6th day of November 

7th day of November 

8th day of November 

9th day of November 

loth day of November 

I ith day of November 

1 2th day of November 

13th day of November 

14th day of November 

15th day of November 

1 6th day of November 

1 7th day of November 

1 8th day of November 

19th day of November 

20th day of November 

2ist day of November 

22nd day of November 

23rd day of November 

24th day of November 

25 th day of November 

26th day of November 

27 th day of November 

28th day of November 

29th day of November 

30th day of November 
How 

Now at 

Now expected at 

Now ready to leave 

Now immediately 



NOW— OBJ 



187 



CodbNo 

9301 

9302 

9303 
9304 
9305 

9306 

9307 
9308 

9309 
9310 

93" 

93" 

9313 

9314 

9315 

9316 

9317 

9318 

9319 
9320 

9321 
9322 

9323 

9324 

9325 
9326 

9327 
9328 

9329 
9330 
9331 
9332 

9333 
9334 
9335 
9336 

9337 
9338 
9339 
9340 

9341 
9342 

9343 
9344 

934S 
9346 

9347 
9348 

9349 

93SO 



Code Word 

Numerical 

Nwnerist 

Numeriqtu 

Numerosity 

Numerotage 

Numismatic 

Nummulary 

Nummulite 

Numskull 

Nunchion 

Nunciate 

Nuncio 

Nuncupatt 

Nundinary 

Nunnery 

Nuptial 

Nurse 

Nursery 

Nursling 

Nurture 

NustU 

Nutation 

Nutbrorvn 

Nutcracker 

Nutgall 

Nuthatch 

Nutmeg 

Nutpedker 

Nutrient 

Nutrifical 

Nutriments 

Nutrition 

Nutshell 

Nutting 

NymphUke 

OAFISH 

Oafishness 

Oakapple 

Oaken 

Oakling 

Oakwood 

Oarsman 

Ocuis 

Oatcake 

Oathable 

Oatmeal 

Obcorde 

Obbligaio 

Obcardate 

Obduce 



Vow — continued 

Now is the time 

Now or never 

Now on the way 

Not now 

Now in 
Vnmber.— (See Quantities) « 

Telegraph me (us) the number (quantity) shipped 

Let me (us) know the number (quantity) of 

What number (quantity) of 

The number (quantity) is limited 

The number (quantity) is unlimited 

A large number Tquantity^ of 

A small number (quantity) of 

Send a large number ^quantity) of 

Send a smiall number (quantity) of 

What is (are) the number(s) of 

Do not number 

Tbt BonlMn an pvbUdMd of—, whidi hsrebMn drawn fcr ndanption t Iff 
_ . . ^ yov hfTi •ny liutnietianspl«M« telccnph 

Ov BmnlnrU) In tht .~^ to Cm*) m Ibllvwt 1 ttkir^ If ioeeeiiftiU sod 

tlMnnmlicn 

Vimend(s). 
The next word to be read as a numeral 
The next two words to be read as numerals 
The next three words to be read as numerals 
The next four words to be read as numerals 
The next five words to be read as numerals 
The next six words to be read as numerals 
The next seven words to be read as numerals 
The next eight words to be read as nimierals 
The next nine words to be read as numerals 
The next ten words to be read as numerals 
The next words to be read as numerals 

numerous. 
I am (we are) getting numerous enquiries about 
Has (have) numerous offers 
Has (have) numerous complaints about 

OATK 
Have the statement(s) taken on oath 
The statement(s) were given on oath 
The captain to make declaration on oath 
Thecaptainto make declaration on oath if required 

Object 
What is the object 
Cannot see the object 
I (we) have an object 
The object is 

I (we) most decidedly object 
I (we) do not object 
Do object 
Do not object 
The owners object 



i88 



OBJ-OBT 



CodeNo 

9351 
9352 

9353 

9354 

9355 

9356 

9357 

9358 

9359 
9360 

9361 
9362 
9363 
9364 

9365 
9366 

9367 
9368 

9369 
9370 
9371 
9372 

9373 
9374 

9375 
9376 

9377 

9373 

9379 
9380 

9381 
9382 

9383 
9384 

9385 
9386 

9387 
9388 

9389 
9390 
9391 
9392 

9393 
9394 

9395 
9396 

9397 
9398 

9399 
9400 



Code Wobd 

Obduracy 

Obdurately 

Obedience 

Obediently 

Obeisance 

Obdiscal 

Obelisk 

Obelisque 

Obequiiate 

OberratioH 

Obeseness 

Obesity 

Obeyer 

Obeying 

Obfuscate 

Obispado 

Obispillo 

Obituary 

Objective 

Objectless 

Objuration 

Objurgated 

Oblate 

Oblapie 

Oblation 

Oblatrate 

Oblectatian 

Obligate 

Obligation 

Obligatory 

Obligeance 

Obligingly 

Obliquely 

Obliquity 

Obliterate 

Oblivion 

Oblivious 

Oblocutor 

Oblong 

Obloquious 

Obloquy 

Obnoxious 

Obohis 

Obcvate 

Obrador 

Obrefiion 

Obscene 

Obscenidad 

Obscenity 

Obsairate 



Object — continued. 

The captain objects 

The consignees object 

The shippers object 
Ol^ectioiL 

Have you any objection 

If there is no objection 

What is (are) the (your) objection(s) 

Is there an objection 

I (we) have no objection 

Has (have) no objection 

Has (have) an objection 

The objection puts an end to the business 

My (our) objection(s) is (are) 
Obligation. 

Cannot undertake the obh'gation 

Will undertake the obligation 
Oblige. 

Can you oblige me (us) 

Try your utmost to oblige 

Oblige me (us) with 

Cannot oblige 

Will oblige 

Cannot oblige you 

Will oblige you 
Obtain. 

Can you obtain 

If you can obtain 

If you cannot obtain 

I (we) can obtain 

I (we) cannot obtain 

Will it be possible to obtain 

Do not obtain 

Endeavour to obtain 

Cannot obtain 

How much (many) can you obtain 

Can obtain as much (many) as may be wanted 

Cannot obtain as much (many) as is (are) wanted 
Obtained. 

Was (were) obtained in a very improper manner 

Not to be obtained here 

Not to be obtained at present 

May be obtained in a short time 

Can it (they) be obtained 

May probably be obtained 

More cannot be obtained 

Might be obtained 

I ^we) have obtained 

Mipht be obtained with firm offer 

If It (they) can be obtained, I (we) will supply 

If it (they) can be obtained at 



OOO-OOT 



189 



CodbNo 


Cods Word 




9401 


Obscure 


OeeasioiL 


9402 


Obscurely 


Is there any occasion for 


9403 


Obscurity 


Has (have) an occasion for 


9404 


Obscurity 


Have you any occasion for 


9405 


ObsecraUd 


Have no occasion for 


9406 


Obsequies 


By ^on) a former occasion 
By (on) this occasion 


9407 


Obserate 


9408 


Observable 


By (on) the last occasion 


9409 


Observance 


By (on) the first occasion 


9410 


Observator 


By (on) the next occasion 


941 1 


Obsertfer 


Oeoupation. 


9412 


Obsidian 


What is the intended occupation 


9413 


Obsignate 


Can you obtain occupation for 


9414 


Obsolete 


I ^we) can obtain occupation for 


9415 


Obstacle 


I (we) cannot obtain occupation for 


9416 


Obstaficia 


October. 


9417 


Obstetric 


During the month of October 


9418 


Obstinacy 


During next October 


9419 


Obstinated 


About beginning of October 


9420 


ObsHpate 


About middle of October 


9431 


Obstr^er 


About end of October 


9422 


Obstricted 


T Ast October 


9423 


Obstruct 


Next October 


9424 


Obstruent 


ist day of October 


9425 


Obtainer 


2nd day of October 


9426 


Obtainment 


3rd day of October 


9427 


Obtected 


4th day of October 


9428 


Obtended 


Sth day of October 


9429 


Obtension 


6th day of October 


9430 


ObtesHng 


7th day of October 


9431 


Obtrition 


Sth day of October 


9432 


Obtrude 


9th day of October 


9433 


Obtruncate 


loth day of October 


9434 


Obtrusive 


nth day of October 


9435 


Obtundent 


1 2th day of October 


9436 


Obturator 


X3th day of October 


9437 


Obtuse 


X4th day of October 


9438 


Obtusely 


15th day of October 


9439 


Obuncous 


1 6th day of October 


9440 


ObvenHon 


17th day of October 


9441 


Obverse 


18th day of October 


9442 


Obverting 


19th day of October 


9443 


Obviate 


2oth day of October 


9444 


Obvious 


2zst day of October 


9445 


Obviously 


22nd day of October 


9446 


Obvolute 


23rd day of October 


9447 


Occasional 


24th day of October 


9448 


Occiduous 


25th day of October 


9449 


Occipital 


26th day of October 


9450 


Occiput 


27th day of October 



I90 



OCT— OFF 



CodbNo 

9451 
9452 

9453 

9454 

9455 

9456 

9457 

9458 

9459 
9460 

9461 

9462 

9463 
9464 

9465 
9466 

9467 

9468 

9469 

9470 

9471 
9472 

9473 

9474 

9475 
9476 

9477 
9478 

9479 
9480 

9481 

9482 

9483 
9484 

9485 
9486 

9487 

9488 

9489 

9490 

9491 

9492 

9493 

9494 

9495 
9496 

9497 
9498 

9499 
9500 



CoDR Word 

Occult 

Occultness 

Occupancy 

Occupation 

Occupier 

Occurrmt 

Occellated 

Ocean 

Oceanique 

Ochre 

Ochreaus 

Ochovcuio 

Octcuhord 

Octaedre 

Octagon 

Octagonal 

Octahedron 

Octandria 

Octangular 

Octanus 

OchtarchU 

Octavo 

OcHle 

Octofid 

Octogesimo 

Octogynus 

Octonary 

OctqpetaU 

Octopus 

Octostyle 

Octroi 

Octuple 

Ocularly 

Oculated 

Oculist 

Ocultador 

Odalisque 

Oddfellow 

Oddity 

Oddness 

Oderite 

Odious 

Odiously 

Odiousfiess 

Odium 

Odometer 

Odontalgic 

Odonto 

Odofttology 

Odontoide 



October- -cofitinued, 
28th day of October 
29th day of October 
30th day of October 
;ist day of October 



Ofl^ 



Too far off 

How are you off 

How are you off for 

I am (we are) badly ofl for 

Is (are) badly off for 

Will you be able to get vessel off 

Must be lightened before she wiU come off 

No hopes can now be entertained of getting the 

Have not succeeded in getting vessel off[vessel off 

Will probably come off next tide 

Offers to get vessel oflf for 

Will endeavour to get — - off 
Has now got off 
Has been got off and beached 
Has been got off and proceeded^ no damage 
Got off without assistance 
May be got off 
Is reported off 

Got off on the rising tide, no loss 
Expected soon off 

Every effort is being made to get her off 
Qffer(i) 
What can you offer 
Can you make (obtain) an offer 
Can you offer anything 
Can you positively offer 
Have you obtained an offer 
Make best possible offer 
Make best possible offer by telegraph 
If you can get a good offer 
If you can get a suitable offer 
Wire anv firm offers you can get 
Shall I (we) make an offer 
Make firm offer by telegraph 
Give me (us) firm offer 
Make furdier offer(s) 
I (we) can positively offer . 

can positively offer 

Can offer 

You can offer 

Is (are) now free to offer 

With firm offer I (we) can 

I (we) give you firm offer 

Cannot offer 

Cannot obtain an offer 



OFF 



i9r 



CodbNo Cods Wohd 



9SOI 
9502 

9503 

9504 

9505 
9506 

9507 
9508 

9509 

9SIO 

9S" 

95" 

9513 

9514 

9515 
9516 

9517 

9518 

9519 
9520 

9521 
9522 

9523 
9524 

9525 
9526 

9527 
9528 
9529 
9530 
9531 
9532 
9533 
9534 
9535 
9536 
9537 
9538 
9539 
9540 
9541 
9542 
9543 
9544 

9545 
9546 

9547 
9548 
9549 
9550 



Odarated 

Odorous 

Odorless 

OdredUo 

Offal 

Offmce 

Offendress 

Offender 

Offensant 

Offensive 

Offertory 

Overture 

Officiary 

Officiate 

Officinal 

Officious 

Offset 

Offspring 

Offrande 

Offusquer 

Offscum 

OftHmes 

Oftnas 

Ogganition 

Ogler 

Ogling 

Ogress 

Oignonet 

Oiliness 

Oilman 

Ointment 

Oisanite 

Oiseau 

Oisdeur 

Oisivrte 

Ojaladura 

Ojeador 

Ojerita 

Ojdera 

Ojin^o 

Olden 

Oldish 

Oldlands 

Oleaginous 

Oleamen 

Oleander 

Oleaza 

Olecranon 

Oledor 

Oleraceous 



OflSnr — continued. 
Cannot obtain a suitable ofTer 
Cannot make better offer 
Cannot make firm offer 
Cannot offer more than 
I (we) have nothing to offer 
What offer will he (they) make 
What is the best offer vou can get (make) 
Telegraph what offer(s} is (are) made 
Telegraph if offer is accepted or not accepted 
Telegraph offer if terms do not suit 
Make counter offer 
Do not offer 
Make no further offer 
Do not offer more than 
No further offer can be obtained 
Have submitted your offer 
Will most probably tel^;raph offer 
Will try to make an offer 
The best offer I (we) can get (make) 
Keep offer(s) open (in hand) 
(>ffer(s) not suitable 
Do you accept the offer 
Cannot accept the offer 
Shall I (we) accept the offer 
Offer accepted 

Accept the offer if you cannot do better 
Your (the^ offer is under consideration 
Your (thei offer is barely satisfactory 
Your (the) offer is not good enough 
Offer not sufficient inducement 
Your ^die) quotation(s) do not tempt counter 
Offer aeclmcd [offer(s) 

I (we) beg to decline the offer 
Offer is too late 
I am (we are) refusing offers 
Have refused offer of 
Have refused the offer Ions mce 
Try to get offer(s) repeated 
Can you repeat tne offer(s^ 
The offer(s; is (are) herewith repeated 

I ^we) repeat the offer(s) (of ) 

I ]^t) repeat my ([our) last offer 

Offer(s) is (are) withdrawn 

The offer to stand good until advised to the 

If other offers bona fide [contrary 

Offer subject to immediate reply 

Offer subject to reply by 

Have other offers m view 

Other offers much lower 

Other oflers much higher 



192 



OPF-OMI 



CODBNo 

9S5I 
9552 
9553 
9554 

9555 
9556 

9557 

9558 

9559 
9560 

9561 
9562 

9563 

9564 

9565 
9566 

9567 
9568 

9569 
9570 

9571 
9572 
9573 
9574 

9575 
9576 

9577 

9578 

9579 
9580 

9581 
9582 

9583 

9584 

9585 
9586 

9587 
9588 

9589 
9590 
9591 
9592 

9593 

9594 

9595 

9596 

9597 

9598 

9599 
9600 



Code Word 

Olfactory 

Olihanum 

Olibrius 

Olidous 

Oligarchy 

Oligodon 

Olio 

Olitory 

Olivaceous 

Olivaison 

Olivaster 

Olivenite 

Olivette 

Olimpionic 

Olographe 

Olorcito 

Oloroso 

Olvidado 

Ombilique 

Ombla 

Ombrager 

Ombrometre 

Omelet 

Omened 

Omentum 

Ominate 

Ominous 

Omittance 

Omnibus 

Omniferious 

Omnific 

Omnigenous 

Omniparity 

Omnipotent 

Omnicient 

Omnium 

Omnrvagani 

Omnivorous 

Omoplato 

Ompluxcine 

Oncefera 

Onctdium 

Oncotomy 

Ondeado 

Ondoyant 

Oneration 

Onerous 

Or^ette 

Omon 

Onocrotale 



for 
-at 



per ton d/w 



Offer(f) — continued. 

Have an offer of — 

Can offer you the - 

Can offer the required tonnage 

Cannot offer the required tonnage 

If sufficient goods offer 

If sufficient freight offers 

Very good offer 

Very feir offer 

Very poor offer 

Only superior quality on offer 

Only inferior quality on offer 

— has (have) made an offer of — in the pound 

Offers at closing do not exceed 

Please &vour (try) me (us) with an offer 
Offered. 

I am (we are) offered 

I (we) have offered 

Has (have) offered 

Has (have) not been offered yet 

Will be offered at sale to-morrow 

Will be offered at next sale 

Will be offered when opportunity arises 

Has (have^ been offered at sale, and bought in 

Has (have) been offered for the 

Similar goods are offered at lower prices (rates) 
Offering. 

Much cargo offering for 

Very little cargo offering for 

Low prices (rates) offering for 

What is offering for 

Keep offering 

Great quantity of offering on the market 

Very smaU quantity of offering on the market 

Unless better inducement offering 

Nothing suitable offering 

If anything suitable offering 
Often. 

How often 

Not very often 

As often as possible 
Omission. 

A very serious omission 

The omission is of no consequence 

The omission was intentional 
Omit 

Do not omit 

Did not omit 

Must omit 

Cannot omit 
Omitted. 



OMI-OPI 



»93 



CodbNo 


Code Word 


Omitted — continued. 


9601 


Onslaught 


Has (have) omitted 


9602 


Ontoiogist 


I (we^ have omitted 
Has (have) been omitted 


9603 


Onward 


9604 


Onyx 


Has (have) not been omitted 


9605 


Ooze 


It (they) cannot be omitted 


9606 


Opacait 


Omitted in error 


9607 


Opacity 


Only. 


9608 


Opal 


There is (are) only 


9609 


OpcUcsceni 


Has (have) only 


9610 


Opaline 


I (we) have only 


961 1 


Opaque 


Only for a short time 


9612 


Opaqueness 


Only a small quantity can be got 


9613 


Opener 


Only a small quantity required 


9614 


Openness 


The only thing to be done is 


9615 


Opera 


Appears the only thing to be done 


9616 


Operance 


Open. 


9617 


Operaiical 


1 am (we are) open 


9618 


Operation 


Are you open 


9619 


Operative 


I am (we are) not open 


9620 


Operatrice 


Not open now 


9621 


Operade 


Do not open 


9622 


Operose 


Keep open as long as you can 


9623 


Operosity 


Do not keep open any longer 


9624 


Ophkleide 


I (we) cannot keep open any longer 


9625 


Ophites 


Subscription list now open 


9626 


Ophthalmic 


Operation(f). 


9627 


Opiates 


Before operations are commenced 


9628 


Opilativo 


Put into operation immediately 


9629 


Opine 


Stop all operations 


9630 


Opiniator 


When the operation(s) is (are) concluded 


9631 


Opinionate 


Good time for operation 


9632 


Opiparous 


Prices encourage operations 


9633 


Opossum 


Limit your operations 


9634 


Opodeldoc 


Proceed cautiously with operations 


9635 


Oppidan 


Please telegraph operations (in) 


9636 


Oppilate 


Repeat the operation if you can 


9637 


Oppilation 


1 (we) think the operation can be repeated 


9638 


Opponency 


I (we) do not think the operation can be repeated 


9639 


Opportune 


I (we) have repeated the operation 


9640 


Opposer 


I (we) have not been able to repeat the operation 


9641 


Oppositely 


Contmue operations if you can 


9642 


Oppress 


has (have) to undergo an operation 


9643 


Oppressing 


^— bM (hftve) rocBMiftilly undnfon* an optratfoa 


9644 


Oppression 


hM (hftTt) raooambcd under the (aa) op«ntlfl« 


9645 


Oppressive 


No operation(s) to report 


9646 


Opprobrium 


Opinion. 


9647 


Opprobry 


What is the surveyor's opinion 


9648 


Oppugn 


What is the captain's opinion 


9649 


Oppugnancy 


What is the engineer's opinion 


9650 


OprMoso 


What is the medical opinion 




194 




OPI-OPP 


CODCNO 


Cod* Word 




965' 


0/s,'f,<,//,y 


What IS the legal opinion 


965, 


Ofso.oU,n 


What is the general opinion 


9653 


O/'M/'h- 


What is your opinion (about) 


9654 


Op/oti-.e 


Sarveyor'G opinion is 


9655 


OpUatl 


Captain's opinion is 


9656 


Op!!ci.i„ 


Engineer's opinion is 


9657 


Optics 


Medical opinion is 


9658 


Oplimacy 


Legal opinion is 


9659 


Oprima'u 


General opinion is 


9660 


Optimht 


My (our) opinion is 


9661 


Optimly 


I fwe have a favorable opinion 


9663 


OpugnnJor 


I (we) have an unftivorable opinion 


9663 


Opiilcmmtnt 


Has (have) a favorable opinion 


9664 


Opuiencf 


Has (have) an unfavorable opinion 


9665 


Ofulatlly 


General opinion is favorable 


9666 


OpuscuU 


General opinion is unfavorable 


9667 


Oracioiifrp 


You had better act upon our opinion 


9668 


OracU 


Will act upon your opinion 


9669 


Oracularly 


The opinion is unanimous 


9670 


Oraculous 


Cannot fonn an opmion 


9671 




If youi opinion is unchanged hold 


967^ 


Orally 


If your opinion Is unchanged sell 


9673 


OraJment 


Opponenta. [(rates) 


9674 


Orangeade 


My (our) opponents are quoting lower prices 


9675 


Orangery 


My(our)opponentsarequotinghigherprices{ rates) 
Shall I (we) quote lower than my (our) opponents 


9676 


Orangisfa 


9677 


Oration 


Shall I (we) quote higher than my (our) opponents 


9678 


Orator 


Quote as low or lower if necessaiy than opponents 


9679 


Oraierio 


Offer as high or higher if necessary than opponents 


9680 


Oratmtal 


Opponents are paying higher pnces (rates) 


968. 


Orbatien 


Opponents are paying lower prices (rates) 


9683 


Orbkon 


Opponents are making some good bargains 


9683 


Orincuiar 


Opponents are making some bad bargains 


9684 


Orbit 


Opponents are receiving orders 


968s 


Orbital 


How much (many) have opponents 


9686 


Orbitoliie 


Opponents are well supplied 


9687 


OrMudt 


Opponents are poorly supplied 


9688 


Orcaneta 


Opponents are strengthenmg 


9689 


Orchan^ 


Opponents are weakening 


9690 


Orchard 


Opponents are of no consequence 


9691 


Orchcifra 


Opponents are worth serious consideration 


9693 


Orchidmu 


Opponents have 


9693 


Ordain 


Opponents have not 


9694 


OrdainahU 


Has (have) no opponents 

I (we) have no (q>ponenta [opponents' hands 

Take care that it (he- they) does (do) not fall into 


9*95 


Ordaining 


9696 


Ordamment 


9697 


Ordeal 


Put it (he— them) in the way of opponents 


9698 
9699 


Ordenada 
Orderly 


Isthere any opportunify 


9700 


Ordcrleu 


A capital opportunity now 



OPP-OPT 



195 



CodbNo 


CoDB Word 


tfpportnnity — continued. 


9701 


Ordinal 


No opportunity likely to occur 


9702 


OrdincUism 


When will there be a good opportunity 


9703 


Ordinance 


When there is a good opportunity 


9704 


Ordinarily 


There will be a good opportunity 


9705 


Ordinate 


There is a good opportunity 


9706 


Ordination 


By the first opportunity 


9707 


Ordonner 


I (we) have not had an opportunity 


9708 


Oregano 


Has (have) not had an opportunity 


9709 


Ordlana 


Has (have) plenty of opportunity 


9710 


Oreiller 


Choose a good opportunity 


97" 


OreilUtte 


When best opportunity offers 


9712 


Orfgiid 


Oppose. 


9713 


Organic 


Oppose at any cost 


9714 


Organical 


Oppose the 


9715 


Organisate 


Shall I we oppose 


9716 


Organism 


You need not oppose 


9717 


Organist 


Will oppose me (us) 


9718 


Organzine 


Will not oppose [you 


9719 


Orgies 


I am ^we are) informed that — — intend to oppose 
I am (we are) informed that intend to oppose 


9720 


Orgillaus 


9721 


Oricalco 


have combined to oppose me (us) [me (us) 


9722 


Orichakh 


have combined to oppose you 


9723 


Orient 


Opposed. 


9724 


Orientally 


I am (we are) opposed to 


9725 


Orientatar 


Is (are^ opposed 


9726 


Orifice 


Is ?are) not opposed 

Is (are; much opposed to the proposition 


9727 


Oriflame 


9728 


Origenism 


I am (we are) much opposed to the proposition 


9729 


Originant 


If opposed, telegraph me (us) for instructions 


9730 


Originally 


Opposition. 


9731 


Originated 


I (we) have keen opposition with 
I (we) have not much opposition with 


9732 


Oripeau 


9733 


OriUon 


Has rhave) opposition 
Has (have) no opposition 


9734 


Orillard 


9735 


Orlador 


Expect opposition with 


9736 


Orlop 


No opposition probable 


9737 


Orison 


At present no opposition 


9738 


OmcLbeque 


Meets with great opposition 


9739 


Ornament 


Meets with no opposition 


9740 


Ornamented 


It will lessen opposition 


9741 


Ornate 


OptiolL 


9742 


OrnaUness 


Can you give (try and get) the option of 


9743 


Orniscope 


Seller(s) to have the option 


9744 


Orobcmche 


Buyei\s) to have the option 


974S 


Orondo 


Shipowner(s) (captain^ to have the option of 
Charterer(s) shipper(8) to have the option 


9746 


Oroi>esa 


9747 


Oropolero 


With option of 


9748 


Orotund 


Without the option of 


9749 


Orphan 


There is no option in the matter 


97SP 


Orphanage 


At your option 
3 



196 



OPT-ORD 



CodbNo 

9751 
9752 

9753 
9754 
9755 
9756 

9757 
9758 

9759 
9760 

9761 

9762 

9763 
9764 

9765 
9766 

9767 
9768 

9769 

9770 

9771 
9772 

9773 

9774 

9775 
9776 

9777 1 
9778 

9779 
9780 

9781 

9782 

9783 
9784 

9785 
9786 

9787 
9788 

9789 

9790 

9791 

9792 

9793 

9794 

9795 
9796 

9797 
9798 

9799 
9800 



Code Word 

Orpiment 

Orrery 

Orris 

Orsidian 

Orsedcw 

Orthodox 

Ortho^ist 

Orthogon 

Orthograpk 

Orthonyx 

Ortive 

Ortolan 

Orvtetan 

Osadamente 

Osatnbre 

Osario 

Oscillate 

OscUancy 

Osculate 

Osculatory 

Osier 

Osmande 

Osmazome 

Ospray 

Ossific 

Ossificate 

Ossifrage 

Ossify 

Ossifying 

Ossivaroiis 

Ossuary 

Ostaga 

Ostensible 

Ostensive 

Ostent 

Osteniate 

Osttocope 

Osteogeny 

Osteology 

Ostler 

Ostracism 

Ostracites 

Ostrich 

Ostrogoth 

Otacoustic 

Otalgic 

Otter 

Ottoman 

Oubliance 

Ourdissage 



Optioii — continued. 
At my (our) option 
At his (their) option 
There was no option 

Will you give the option, and terms, (if ary) 
Weight or measurement at captain's opticn 
Continental option at usual proportion 
Will not allow Continental option 
Continental option must remain 
Continental option may be waived if necessary 
The captain to have the option of carrying on deck 

The eapUin to have the option of carrjrinc the whole or wav portloo of th« 

tfoods OB <leck 

Must have (retain) the option of 
To have the option of 
You can have the option (of) 
Cannot give the option (of) 

Ofroen to have the optloo of loading and/or dieehnicinc other ento nt nay 

fport or porte, and in any —■— 



Reserving option of vessel calling at 

Reeenring option of wenl eaUIngat — and flUiag up Ibr owner*! benefit 

Charterers f shippers) want the option (of) 
Charterers (shippers) can have the option (of) 
Charterers (shippers) cannot have the option (of) 
Owners (captain) want(s) the option (of) 
Owners (captain) can have the option (of) 
Owners (captain) cannot have the option (of) 
Charterers to have the option of keeping the ship 

Charteren to have the option of orderinc vend npoo arnval u» any doek at 

Adriatic option 
Continental option 
French Mediterranean option 
Italian Mediterranean option 
Spanish Mediterranean option 
Lisbon option 
Order(f). 

Is (are) there any order(s) 

Can you procure order(s) 

Try to get an order from — - 

Can I (we) order 

Can you order 

I (we) can order 

You can order 

Order immediately 

Do not order 

Please order 

Please wire order(s) 

Order(s) accepted 

Cannot accept the order(s) 

Decline the oider(s) 

Keep the order in hand 

Orders not to be got at present 

Orders come to hand very sparingly 



ORD 



197 



CodbNo 

9801 
9802 
9803 
9804 
9805 
9806 
9807 
9808 
9809 
9810 
9811 
9812 

9813 
9814 

9815 
9816 

9817 

9818 

9819 

9820 

9821 

9822 

9823 

9824 

9825 
9826 

9827 

9828 

9829 

9830 

9831 
9832 

9833 
9834 

9835 
9836 

9837 
9838 

9839 
9840 

9841 

984a 

9843 
9844 

9845 
9846 

9847 
9848 

9849 
9850 



CoDB Word 

Ouroscopy 

Oust 

Ousting 

Outact 

Outbalance 

Ouibar 

Outbidder 

Outbom 

Outbrave 

Outbrazen 

Outburst 

Outcast 

Outcraft 

Outcrop 

Outcry 

Outdoing 

Outdone 

Outdrink 

Outer 

Outermost 

Outfall 

Outfield 

Outfit 

Outfitter 

Ou0ank 

Outfiying 

Out^ow 

Outgrowing 

Outhouse 

Outiliage 

Ouiland 

Outlandish 

Outlaw 

Outlet 

Outlier 

Outlive 

Outlook 

Outlying 

Outness 

Outpace 

Outpost 

Outpouring 

Outrage 

Outrageous 

Outran 

Outnach 

Outridir 

Outright 

Outshine 

Outside 



OrAer{$)— continued. 
Do not execute order(s) until (unless) 
Can I (we) increase order(s) (to) 
Can I (we) reduce order(s) (to) 
Can you increase order(s) (to) 
Can you reduce order(s) (to) 
I (we) increase orderfs) 
I (we) reduce order(s) 
I (we) cannot increase order(s) 
I (we) cannot reduce order^s) 
Advise you to order immediately 
Advise you to order immediately, prices going up 
What order(s) have you in hand 
Order(s) actually in hand 
I (we) have to report the following fresh order(s) 
Must attend to order promptly 
Order to be executed as speedily as possible 
Are you attending to last order(s) 
I am (we are) attending to last order(s) 
Expect to finish order(s) in a few days 

If yoa amnot aeoate <Mrder(s) telflgmph It (them) to — 

If yoa oMuiol caaeQtt ordorto) telcgzaph tli«t I ( ve) nuy look abont ebevhert 

The whole order to be executed, or not at all 
Telegraph whether you can execute order(s) or not 
Order(s) is (are) now executed 
Has (have) executed the greater part of the order(s; 
Has (have) executed only a small portion of the 
Cannot execute the order(s) [order(s) 

Cannot «neate tiw ordw<t>, have fedegraphfld It (them) t* — 

Not in a particular hurry for the oider 
Delay executing the order(s) 
Can the order(s) be repeated 
Order(s) can be repeated 
Order(s) cannot be repeated 
Repeat last order 
Repeat our order 

• Can accept further orders at previous rates (prices) 
Cannot accept further orders at previous rates 
I (we) have been refusing orders (prices) 

With a positive order I (we) could 
There arc extensive orders m this place for your 
I (we) have the following order(s) front [market 

I (vti) ham the fiiUowlns ordeKi) flt>m -—^ what It your advice 

Think you might safely accept order(s) from -^ 

Think yea might aafcly aooipt order* from — without collateral leeiirity 
AMm you to aoeept the orderCa) fitmi — ~ If yoa can execute (It) them 



Advise you not to accept the 0!rder(s) from — 

Advlae you not to aooept the orderCa) from — without ■iiffldeBt loeurity 

Have you forwarded order(s) to (for). 
Have forwarded order(s) to (for) 
Has (have) your ordcr(s) 



198 



CodbNo 

9851 

9«52 

9«S3 

9854 

985s 
9856 

9857 
9858 

9859 
9860 

9861 

9862 

9863 

9864 

9865 

9866 

9867 

9868 

9869 

9870 

9871 

9872 

9873 

9874 

987s 
9876 

9877 
9878 

9879 
9880 

9881 

9882 

9883 
9884 

9885 
9886 

9887 
9888 

9889 

9890 

9891 

9892 

9893 
9894 

989s 
9896 

9897 
9898 

9899 

9900 



CODB WOBD 

Outpouring 

Outposts 

Outskirt 

Outspoken 

Outspread 

Outstand 

Outstretch 

Outstrip 

Outswear 

Outvie 

Outwalk 

Outwitted 

Outwitting 

Outrival 

Outworn 

Ouvrier 

Oval 

Ovalado 

Ovarious 

Ovary 

Ovated 

Ovation 

Oveniess 

Overact 

Overalls 

Overarched 

Overawe 

Overtake 

OverbcUden 

Overbear 

Overbid 

Overboil 

Overborne 

Overcast 

Overcloud 

Overcloy 

Overcome 

Overdoing 

Overdone 

Overdrink 

Overdriven 

Overdry 

Overeat 

Overeating 

Overfeed 

Overflow 

Overfond 

Overflush 

Owrgird 

Overgo 



OBD 

fMisr{%y-eontinued. 
Order(s) not yet to hand 
— is (are) sending orders to — (another house) 

Shall I (we) order from 

Are you following orders 
Until receipt of orders 
Until further orders 
Wait further orders 
Without further orders 

By order of 

Please fevour (tiy) me (us) with an order 

Orders have every attention 

If he (they) decline the order(s) 

Before commencing the order(s) 

During execution of the order(s) 

After completion of the order(s) 

Goods must be consigned to order 

Goods to order, telegraph name(s^of consignee(s) 

Goods to order, consignee(s) is (are) — - 

Shipped in good order and condition 

In very good order 

In veiy bad order 

In perfect order 

According to order 

Not according to order 

Presume all will be in order now 

If all is in order 

I (we) issue an order on you for £ — in &vor of — 

has (have) arrived here and waiting orders 

Waiting orders 

Send order for the 

Have you any order(s) for me (us) 

Where am I (are we) to call (to apply) for orders 

Calling for orders [lay days to count 

Orders to be given within twenty-four hours or 

Orders to he given on signing bills of lading 

Will wait for orders at [order her to 

Will call at your port (place) tor orders ; please 

If orders not waiting proceed to 

Waited for orders until and then lefl for 

Captain refuses to call for orders at — 
Cannot give calling for orders at 

I (we) have no orders for 

Order the to 

Captain refuses to accept the orders 
Consignee refuses to give any orders 
Received orders and proceeded 

Vessel to call for orders at 

Vessel to call at a Channel port for orders 
Calling at Belle Isle for orders 
Calling at Cadiz for orders 



ORD— OUT 



199 



CodbNo 

9901 
9902 

9903 
9904 

9905 
9906 

9907 

9908 

9909 

9910 

9911 

9912 

9913 
9914 

99^5 
9916 

9917 

9918 

9919 

9920 

9921 

9922 

9923 
9924 

9925 
9926 

9927 

9928 

9929 

9930 
9931 
9932 
9933 
9934 

9935 
9936 

9937 

9938 

9939 
9940 

9941 

9942 

9943 
9944 

9945 
9946 

9947 
9948 

9949 
9950 



COOB WOBD 

Overgorge 

Overgrowth 

Overhang 

Ovethasty 

Overhaul 

Overheard 

Overjoyed 

Overlaying 

Overleap 

Overlive 

Overload 

Overlook 

Overlooked 

Overmatch 

Overmix 

Overpass 

Overplus 

Overpoise 

Overpower 

Overprize 

Oiterrate 

Overreach 

Overridden 

Overroast 

Override 

Overrunner 

Overseal 

Overseer 

Oversetter 

Overshade 

Overshoot 

Oversight 

Oversized 

Overslake 

Oversleep 

Overspent 

Overspread 

Overstep 

Overstock 

Overstrain 

Overs7vay 

Overt 

Overtaking 

Overtasked 

Overthrow 

Overtime 

Overtness 

Overtook * 

Overtop 

Overture 



Order(s) — continued. 

Calling at Copenhagen for orders 

Calling at Elephant Point for orders 

Calling at Elsinore for orders 

Calling at Falmouth for orders 

Calling at Galle for orders 

Calling at Gibraltar for orders 

Calling at Lisbon for orders 

Calling at Malta for orders 

Calling at Plymouth for orders 

Calling at Port Said for orders 

Calling at Queenstown for orders 

Calling at Sandy Hook for orders 

Calling at Singapore for orders 
Ordered. 

I (we) have already ordered 

If already ordered 

To where is to be ordered 

To be ordered to 

When is (are) ordered, please wfre me (us) 



[particulars 



Is ordered to 

Is not yet ordered 

Is ordered to your port (place) 

May be ordered 

Advise the to be ordered to 

Must not be ordered here 

Should be ordered here 

It is (they are) not yet ordered 

It was (they were) not ordered 

As ordered in the first instance 

If ordered to a direct port on signing bills of lading 



— par Quarter laM If erdarad to a direct port on iteniBc bUle of ladlof 
If ordered npoa anlTal br the diaxteren toadodk to diaehane th^rtoj 



,C 



If ordered open enlTal br the ehartcreie to a dobk lo diaduum thertojpay 



doea 



If ordered vpoB aniTol bgr the oharterera to a doek to dbeharae thnr to pay 

rtwo-lhlrda the duea 
aUoharn the 
tone-third \ 



If ordered vpoo antrel br the ehartcreia to a doek loaUbharfe they to my 

'thediaei 



If SO ordered 

If ordered to the continent 10% additional 

If ordered to the continent additional 

Out 
Out of time 
Out of stores 
Out of stock 
Out of orders 
Out of cash 

Has come out of dry dock 
Has come out of dock 
Out and home 
Do your best to carry out 

If you fte theyj can carry out 

If you (he they) cannot carry out 



200 



OUT—PAO 



CodbNo 

9951 
9952 
9953 
9954 
9955 
9956 

9957 
9958 

9959 
9960 

9961 

9962 

9963 
9964 

9965 
9966 

9967 

9968 

9969 

9970 

9971 

9972 

9973 
9974 

9975 
9976 

9977 
9978 

9979 
9980 

9981 

9982 

9983 
9984 

9985 
9986 

9987 

9988 
9989 
9990 
9991 
9992 

9993 
9994 

9995 
9996 

9997 
9998 

9999 
10000 



CODB WOBD 

Overtumer 

Overwatn 

Overwdgh 

Overwdl 

Overwhelm 

Overwise 

Overwork 

Oviform 

Ovine 

Oviparous 

Oviposit 

Ovisac 

Ovolo 

Owl 

Owling 

Owlish 

Oxalate 

Oxamide 

Oxbane 

Oxharrow 

Oxeye 

Oxgang 

Oxgoad 

Oxidation 

Oxide 

Oxidized 

Oxidizing 

Oxlip 

Oxmala 

Oxonian 

Oxstall 

Oxycrate 

Oxygen 

Oxygonal 

Oxytone 

Oylet 

Oyster 

Oysterhtd 

Oysterling 

Oysterman 

Ozone 

PABULAR 

Pabulation 

Pachalic 

Pachyderm 

Pacijical 

Pacing 

Pacifier 

Pacify 

Packer 



Out — continued. 

I (we) will do my (our) best to carry out 

Will do his (their) oest to cany it (them) out 

Camiot get out on accoimt of heavy sea on the 

Turn him (it them) out [bar 

He (it they) will have to be turned out 

Do not turn him (it them) out if it can be 

Will not be turned out [avoided in any way 
Outward. 

Nothing offering outward 

Very little offering outward 

Great quantity ofifering outward 

Cleared outward 
Overboard. 

Was ^werej thrown overboard 

Was (were) washed overboard 

Compellea to throw overboard the following 

Compelled to throw overboard the deck cargo 

Lost overboard 

Fell overboard 

Jumped overboard and drowned 

In order to save ship, cargo thrown overboard 
Overhauling. 

Requires overhauling 

Requires thorough overhauling 
Owner(s). 

Who is (are) the owner(s) of -^— 

The owner(s) is (are) 

Owner^s) is (are) insolvent 

Owner(s) will be on board 

Owner(s) refer me (us) to agents 

Please see the owner(s) 

I (we) have seen the owner(s) 

Cannot find the owner(s) 

Please send following telegram to owner(s) 

On behalf of the owner(s) 

Owners to have a lien [demurrage, &c 

Owners to have a lien for all freight, dead freight, 

Owners will not admit the following 

Owners will not admit 

Owners insist upon [agreement 

Owners cannot .be relieved from fulfilment of 
PACKAQE8.— (See Products and Packages) 

A great many packages are shut out (left behind) 

A great many packages are waiting shipment (forwarcUng) 

Very few packages can be obtained here 

I (we) have more packages than can posbibly be shipped 

A few packages shut out (left behind) 

A few packages waiting shipment (forwarding) 

No package or piece to exceed 

No package or piece to be less than 







FAC-FAI 20 r 


CodbNo 


CODB WOBD 


VtkckBgeB— continued. 


lOOOX 


Packman 


Ille^ packages 


I0002 


Packthread 


There are illegal packages 


10003 


Paddle 


Packages not sufficiently strong for contents 


10004 


Paddock 


Packages were in bad order when shipped 


10005 


Padelian 


Packages were in good order when shipped 


10006 


Pagan 


Packing. 


X0007 


Paganism 


Packing very loose 


X0008 


Page 


Requires re-packing 


10009 ' 


Pageantry 


Paid. 


lOOIO 


Paginal 


Have you paid 


100 1 1 


Pagination 


May be paid 


IOOI2 


Pagoda 


Should be paid 


10013 


Pagurian 


Should not be paid 


IOOI4 


Pailful 


Must be paid 


10015 


Painfully 


Must .not be paid 


IOOI6 


Painim 


Will be paid 


IOOI7 


Painless 


Will be paid in cash 


IOOI8 


Painstaher 


Will not be paid 


IOOI9 


Painter 


Will not be paid in cash 


X0020 


Pairing 


Has ^have) paid you 

I (we) have paid 


X002I 


Palace 


X0022 


PcUadin 


I (we) have not paid 


10023 


Palanquin 


I (we) have paid f>n your account 


10024 


PahUabU 


I (we) have paid for your honor 


10025 


Palatial 


has ^have> paid 

has (have) not paid 


10026 


Palatinate 


10027 


Palaver 


has (have) paid me (us) on your account 


10028 


Paleaceous 


Why have you not paid 


10029 


Paleface 


Unless paid by 


XOO3O 


Palely 


Freight to be paid in advance 


IOO3I 


Paleness 


Freight paid in advance 


10032 


Paleology 


Freight paid here 


10033 


Palestric 


Freight paid at destination 


10034 


Palette 


Bill has been paid 


1003S 


Palfrey 


Bill has not been paid 


10036 


Palimpsest 


Bill will be paid 


10037 


Palings 


Bill will not be paid 


10038 


Palinode 


Has it (have they) been paid 


10039 


Palisade 


It has (they have) been paid 


10040 


Pall 


It has (they have) not been paid 


10041 


PcUladium 


Have paid to-day to your bankers 


10042 


Palliate 


Have paid into court 


10043 


Palliative 


Have paid into dock company 


10044 


Pallidity 


Have paid into hands of a third party to wait 


10045 


Pallidness 


Duty paid [legal decision 


10046 


Palmafy 


Crew to be paid off 


10047 


Palmetto 


Crew will be paid off 


10048 


Palmiped 


Crew not to be paid off 


10049 


Palmistry 


Crew paid off 


10950 


Palpable 


To be paid as follows 



202 



PAI— PAB 



CodbNo 

0051 

0052 

10053 

0054 

^0055 
[OO56 

0057 

[OO58 

^0059 

[O060 

:oo6i 
foo62 
[0063 
[0064 
[0065 
[0066 
[0067 
:oo68 
[0069 
[0070 
[0071 
[0072 

0073 
[0074 
[0075 
[0076 
10077 
[0078 

0079 
;oo8o 
:oo8i 
[0082 
[0083 
[0084 

0085 
[0086 
[0087 
[0088 
[0089 
[0090 
[0091 

0092 

0093 
[0094 
[0095 
[0096 
[0097 
[0098 
[0099 
:oioo 



CODB Word 

Palpebral 

PcUpiform 

PalpUaU 

Palpitally 

Paisgrmve 

Palsical 

Palsied 

PaUerer 

Paliriness 

Paltry 

Paludal 

Pamper 

Pampering 

Pamphld 

Panacea 

Panado 

Pancake 

Pancratium 

Pancreas 

Pancreatic 

Pandarize 

Pandemic 

Panderism 

Pandowdy 

PandurcUed 

Panegyric 

Panel 

Panelling 

Pang 

Pangolin 

Panicle 

Paniculate 

Panivorous 

Pannade 

Pannier 

Panoplied 

Panoply 

Panorama 

Pansage 

Pansophy 

Pansy 

Pantagraph 

Pantamorph 

Pantheon 

Pantile 

Panting 

Pantingiy 

Pantoiogy 

Pantometer 

Pantomime 



Paid — continued. 

To be paid only in proportion to distance 
Painting. 

Will require painting upon arrival 
Panic. 

A great panic prevails in 

A financial panic is expected 

A financial panic has commenced 

A commercial panic is expected 

A commercial panic has commenced 

The panic is setding down 

The panic still continues 

The worst of the panic is over 

The panic may be considered ove 

Panic on the Stock Exchange 

Panic on the market 

Papen. 

OivUdnof hM left hiapaptn behind. I (w«)nndthtu to yon brlmt post 

Bv«n will be lent by flnt poet 

Cnptain hat bitmcht the pepere of inflcad of hit own, pleMe forward 

[the oorreek pnpen tmmedinteljr 10 1 I (we> relnni the wronc po|Kn to 

C7011 by flirt poaC 
Fk«en en OB the way by poel 

Oipleln -—' hae taken the papen of — Inetead of hie own. plcaM »nd them 

f 1 (««) ttnd yon the oorreet papen by flnt poet 

ParoeuL 

Have you any parcels suitable for our market 

If you can get any good parcels 

Make the parcels as large as possible 

Make the parcels as small as possible 

Divide into equal parcels 

I ^we^ will forward in equal parcels 

I (we) will buy in equal parcels 

In parcels of about 

In parcels of not less than 

In parcels of not more than 

last parcel 

Present parcel 

Next parcel 

Small parcels are taken at very full prices (rates) 

Large parcels hang on hand 
Parliament 

Parliament met to-day 

Parliament meets to-morrow 

Parliament meets shortly 

Parliament dissolved to-day 

Parliament dissolves to-morrow 

Parliament dissolves shortly 

Parliament prorogued 
Part 

On my (our) part 

On your part 

On the part of •^— 

The greater part 



PAB-PAS 



203 



CodbNo 


lOlOI 


I0I02 


10103 


IOI04 


loios 
IOI06 


loioy 
10108 


X0109 


lOHO 


lOXlI 


10x12 


10x13 


X0114 


xoiis 
X0X16 


XOIX7 
10118 


X0119 


X0120 


IOI2X 


10X22 


10x23 


XOI24 


IOI25 

XOJ26 


IOI27 

IOI28 


XOI29 


IOI30 


XOI3I 


XOX32 


10x33 


IOI34 


IOI35 
10x36 


10137 
10x38 


10x39 


XOI40 


X0X4I 


XOI42 


XOI43 


10144 


IOI45 

10146 


10x47 

10x48 


10x49 


10150 



CODB WOBD 

Pantry 

Panurgy 

Papa 

Papalist 

Papering 

Papescent 

Papillary 

Papulous 

Papist 

Papistical 

Papistry 

Pappaus 

ParabU 

Parabola 

Parabolism 

ParachtUe 

Paraclete 

Parade 

Parading 

Paradigm 

Paradoxy 

Paragoge 

Paragon 

Paragraph 

ParaUpsis 

Parallel 

Paralogize 

Paralogy 

Paralysis 

Paramat 

Parameter 

Paramount 

Paranymph 

Parapegma 

Parapet 

Paraphonia 

Paraphrase 

Parasite 

Parasitism 

Parataxis 

Parathesis 

Parboil 

Parcenary 

Parch 

Parching 

Parchment 

Parcitas 

Pardale 

Pcurdon 

Pardonable 



Part — continued. 

The lesser part 

Have sold part 

Can you part with 

Cannot part with it (them) 

Will not part with it (them) 

Do not part 

Do not part with 

Only require part 

Can only do with part 

In part payment 

Part of the goods 

Part of the caigo 
Parted. 

Parted from her anchors 

Has parted amidship 

Has parted aft 

Has parted forward 
Partionlars. 

Telegraph full particulars 

I (we) anxiously wait particulars 

Furtber particttlan will be nnt aoon m poMtUe l»j tolccnph 

Further particulars by first post 
Have sent full particulars 
My (our) letter of contains all possible par- 
Have no further particulars [ticulars 
Without any particulars 
I am (we are) without particulars 
Cannot ascertain particulars 
Assuming particulars given to be correct 

Partners. [telegraph name(s) 

Do you know any of the partners of ^ if so, 

Do you know any of the partners of 

The partners of have a rupture between 

Passaj^— (See Ports) [themselves 

Quick passage 
Rough passage 
Fair passage 
Slow passage 

Please give first class free passage to 

Please give second class free passage to 



Please give third class free passage t 

Th« MIowlBff pMHCM hav« been pei4 lirre, plcane umm 



to 

tkketa to taj (out) 

deMi 



If absolutely necessary reduce passage rates slightly 
Do not reduce passage rates on any account 
Pa88eiiger(B). 

AVhat passengers have you offering for -^— 
What prospect have you of passengers 
No passengers offering here for 
What passenger accommodation is there 



Theie *■ % fieel nnmber of pein^ni oflbrfaiff f«r ea early l e w d to .^ 



204 

CodrNo 

10151 
10152 

10154 

10156 

10157 

10158 

10159 

10160 

10161 

10162 

10163 

10164 

10165 

10166 

10167 

X0168 

10169 

X0170 

10171 

10172 

10173 

10174 

IOI7S 

10176 

10177 

10178 

10179 

10180 

10181 

10182 

10183 

10184 

10185 

10186 

10187 

10188 

10189 

10190 

X0191 

10192 

1 01 93 

10194 

X019S 

1 01 96 

X0197 

10198 

10199 

10200 



Code Word 

Pardoning 

Pare 

Paregoric 

Pardcon 

Parenesis 

Parenetic 

Parent 

Parentage 

Parergy 

Pargasite 

Parhelion 

Parietal 

Parish 

Parisian 

Parisology 

Paritor 

Parity 

Parkish 

Parlance 

Parley 

Parleying 

Parlor 

Parochial 

Parodical 

Parody 

Parole 

Paronomasy 

Paronymy 

Paroquet 

Parotid 

Paroxysm 

Parqtutry 

Parricide 

Parrot 

Parsimony 

Parsing 

Parsley 

Parsnip 

Parson 

Parsonage 

Partable 

Partaker 

Parterre 

Partialist 

ParticUity 

ParticUize 

Participle 

Particle 

Partisan 

Partition 



PAS 



VBMMenger(B)-'Continued. 

Then will M ft Kimt Bninbcr of 



ft>r • 



a to 



Can you take 
Can you take 
Can you take 
Can take — 

Can take 

Can take 



passengers 6rst class 
passengers second class 
passengers third class 



on or 

iibuul 



passengers first class 
passengers second class 
passengers third class 
Has (have) no first class passenger accommodation 

Has (have) no second clasat passenger accommodation 

Has(have)no third class passenger accommodation 
Has (have) no passenger accommodation whatever 
Has (have) go<>d passenger accommodation 

Have engaged passengers 

Passenger accommodation fully engaged 

I (we^ see no prospect of passengers 

I (we) see every prospect of passengers 

Secure what passengers you can 

Passengers coming forward freely 

Passengers coming forward very slowly 

Number of passengers insufficient 

Number of passengers too many 

Do not engage any passengers 

Passengers and crew all lost 

Passengers and crew all saved 

Passengers all lost 

Passengers all saved 

Passengers supposed to be' saved 

Passengers are all scattered about 

Telegraph names of passengers lost and /or saved 

The following passengers saved 

The following passengers lost 

Passengers all well 

What shall I (we) do with the passengers 

Passengers want their tickets cancelled 

Passengers claiming their expenses 

Do best you can with passengers 

Anaags to snd paMSngen forward tmmodlately, or eompromiac vfth 

[them 

Fonrsjrd paswnun to destination u fpsedilr and coononleaUjr as posdbls 

Return passengers their fares 
Return passengers half their fares 
Retain passengers on board 

Tranship (tranfer) passengers to 

Send passengers via [passengers 

I (am) (we are) making arrangements to forward 

has brought the passengers from 

has picked up — passengers, late of the — 

Passengers or owners account 
Passengers or charterers account 
Passenger money to be equally divided 
When are passengers to be on board 



205 



CodbNo 

I020I 

I0202 

10203 

10204 

10205 

10206 

10207 

10208 

10209 

I02I0 

I02II 

I02I2 

IO213 

IO214 

XO215 

IO216 

IO217 

IO218 

10219 

10220 

I022I 

10222 

10223 

10224 

10225 

10226 

10227 

10228 

10229 

10230 

IO23I 

10232 

10233 

10234 

10235 

10236 

10237 

10238 

10239 

10240 

10241 

10242 

10243 

10244 

10245 

10246 

10247 

10248 

10249 

10250 



CoDB Word 

Partld 

Partnering 

Partook 

Partridge 

Parturient 

Partywall 

Paruiis 

Parvenu 

Parvitude 

Parvity 

Paschal 

Pasquilant 

Pasquinade 

Passable 

Passado 

Passage 

Passerine 

Passim 

Passingly 

Passion 

Passionary 

Passionate 

Passive 

Passivity 

Passover 

Password 

Pasteboard 

Pastern 

PasHl 

Pastime 

Pastor 

Pastorally 

Pastry 

Pasturage 

Pasture 

Patavinity 

Patcher 

Patchwork 

Pated 

Pate/acted 

Patellite 

Patent 

Patenting 

Paternal 

Paternity 

Pathetical 

Pathless 

Pathogeny 

Pathologic 

Patfiology 



-) the latest 



Passengers must be on board 
All passengers must be here (at — 
Do not hurry passengers forward 
All passengers on board 
All passengers landed safely 

Ii rut) than •(«o7)pMnB|«r(i)oa board th* oTtte Mtowlnz bum • 

The passenger(s) mentioned is (are) on board 

The passenger(s) mentioned is (are) not on board 

Stop the following passenger(s) on board the 

Arrange to receive with becoming ceremony the 
Pattem(B) [following passenger(s) per 

Send pattem(s) immediately 

Pattem(s^ forwarded by first post 

Pattemm will be forwarded to-morrow 

Pattemm will be forwarded in a day or two 

Pattem(s) is (are) to hand 

Send an assortment of patterns 

Send an assortment of standard patterns 

Equal to pattern (s) No. 

Pay. 

No cure no pay 

Shall I ^we) pay 

Shall I (we) pay for your account (honor) 

Please pay for my (our) account (honor) 

Will you pay 

You really must pay 

I (we) will pay 

I (we) cannot pay 

I (we) could not pay 

Please pay to 

Will pay you 

Will pay you for my (our) account (honor) 

Will not pay 

Do not pay 

You must not pay more than 

I (we) cannot pay more than 

If has (have) no instructions to pay 

has (have) no instructions to pay 
cannot pay 



If- 

Cannot pay to-day 

Cannot pay to-day, may do so in a day or two 

How do you propose to pay 

How does propose to pay 

I (we) cffer to pay by instalments 

offers to pay by instalments 

Ship to pay 

Charterer(s) to pay 

Buyer(s) to pay 

Seller(s) to pay 

Do not pay any more 



206 



CODSNO 

0251 
[0252 

0253 
0254 

025s 
[0256 

^0257 

0258 

0259 

[0260 

0261 

[0262 

0263 

[0264 

0265 

0266 

0267 

0268 

;o269 

0270 

[0271 

[0272 

0273 

:o274 I 

[0275 

:o276 

[0277 

[0278 

[0279 

[0280 

[0281 

[0282 

0283 

[0284 

0285 

0286 

0287 

[0288 

[02 89 

[0290 

[0291 

0292 

0293 

0294 

029s 

0296 

[0297 

[0298 

[0299 

0300 



CODB WOBD 

Pathos 

Pathway 

Patibulary 

Patience 

Patiently 

Patiy 

Patness 

Patriarch 

Patrician 

Patricidal 

Patrimony 

Patriot 

PatrioHsm 

Patristic 

Patrociny 

Patrolling 

Patron 

Patronage 

PcUroncss 

Patronymic 

Patter 

Pattering 

PcUtdous 

Pauciloquy 

Paucity 

Paulician 

Paunch 

Pauper 

Pauperism 

Pause 

Pavade 

Pavement 

Pavese 

Pavilion 

Pavior 

Pavonine 

Pawing 

Pawnai 

Payday 

Peaceable 

Peacefully 

Peaccless 

Peacemaker 

Peach 

Peacock 

Peahen 

Peakish 

Peal 

Pealing 

Peamint 



vAlY -pea 



Payable. 

How is it (are they) payable 
Make it (them) payable at 



Make it (them) payable to bearer 
It is ^they are) payable at 
It is (thev are) payable to bearer 
Payable here 

Payable at 

Payable at destination 

Payable in specie 

Payable on shipment (forwarding) 

Payable on delivery 

Pa3rable in exchange for bill(s) of lading 

Payable in exchange for usual documents 

Payable half on shipment remainder on delivery 

Fiiyaiae oat-third on dklpneBt. two-thlidi on dolHvy 

Payable two thirds on shipment remainder on 

Pa3rable in instalments of [delivery 

Payment 
Part payment 
Payment in full 
Immediate payment 
Against payment in full 
Has (have) guaranteed payment 
I (we) will guarantee payment 
Have you arranged for the payment 
What are the arrangements for payment 
No arrangement made as to payment 
Insist upon payment 
Must have cash payment 
Do not present for payment 
Stop the payment of 
I (we) must stop payment 
I (we) must stop payment unless 
Suspend pa3rment immediately 
I (we) have stopped payment 
has (have) stopped the payment of 

It U ripotted Out — hM Oumii ilopptd psfBMat— Itlt to f 
I (w«) havo vnsj nuna to teUere — wtll atop pajnwat diortir 



Has (have) stopped payment 
Drawee(s) has (^have) stopped payment 

The club has stopped payment 

Peaoe. 
Is there any prospect of peace with 
There is no prospect of peace with 
There is every prospect of peace with 
Negotiations for peace have commenced 
Negotiations for peace have fallen through 
Peace has been concluded with 
Peace is likely to remain undisturbed 



PEA-PIL 



207 



CodbNo 

1 030 1 
10302 
10303 
10304 
10305 
10306 
10307 
10308 
10309 
10310 
10311 
103 1 2 

10313 
10314 

10315 
10316 

10317 

10318 

10319 

10320 

10321 

10322 

10323 

10324 

10325 

10326 

X0327 

T0328 

10329 

10330 

>033» 
10332 

10333 
10334 

1033s 
10336 

10337 
X0338 

10339 
10340 

10341 

10342 

10343 

10344 

X0345 
10346 

J 0347 
10348 

10349 
10350 



CoDB Word 

Pearled 

Pearliness 

Peasant 

Peasantry 

Pebbly 

Peccable 

Peccadillo 

Peccant 

Pecker 

Pectate 

Pectinated 

Pectoral 

Peculate 

Peculation 

Peculiar 

Peculium 

Pecuniary 

Pedagogue 

Pedal 

Pedality 

Pedaneous 

Pedantic 

Pedarian 

PedaHfid 

Peddling 

Pederero 

Pedestal 

Pedestrian 

Pedicle 

Pedicular 

Pedigree 

Pediment 

Pedler 

Pedomancy 

Pedometer 

Peduncular 

Peeler 

Peeping 

Peerage 

Peeress 

Peevish 

Peevishly 

Pegging 

P^matiie 

Peirastic 

Pelagic 

Pelecoid 

Pelican 

P^leted 



Peaoe — continued. 

Peace is not likely to remain undisturbed 
Pending. 

Pending further instrucdons 

Pending further particulars 

Is ^are) now pending 
Permission. 

Obtain permission 

Obtain permission to tranship the goods 

Obtain permission to land the goods 

Must have permission 

You have my (our) permission 

Has f have^ my (our) permission 

Has (have) got permission 

Permission cannot be given 



Will you permit 

Will not permit 

I (we) cannot permit 

Do not permit 

If you can permit 

If you cannot permit 

If can permit 

If cannot permit 

Petition. 

Petition the authorities 

Petition is refused 

Petition is granted 

— is (are) going to file a petition 

has (have) filed a petition 

Support the petition 

Oppose the petition 
Pi(^ed up. 

Has been picked up and brought in here 

Has been picked up and taken into 

Has picked up and brought in here 

Has picked up and taken into 

Has picked up an empty boat marked 

Has picked up an empty boat— no mark 

Bm pleked up — * of Um ocw sad paannctn vtVtm -— a fciidonad 

Pilot 
With a pilot 
Without a pilot 
Pilot on board 
No pilot on board 
Was in charge of a pilot 
No pilot obtainable 
Is a pilot required 
Pilot not required 
Must have a pilot 
Pilot compulsory 



•tlM 



208 



CodbNo 

o35» 

0352 

0353 

0354 

035s 
[0356 

0357 
[0358 

0359 
0360 

:o36i 

0362 

0363 

0364 

0365 

0366 

0367 
0368 

0369 
0370 

0371 
0372 

0373 
10374 

^0375 
0376 

0377 

0378 

0379 
0380 

[0381 

0382 

o3Sz 
0384 
:038s 
[0386 
0387 
;o388 
[0389 
0390 

0391 
0392 

0393 
0394 

0395 
0396 

0397 
0398 

0399 
[0400 



CODB WOBD 

Peilitory 

Peiiucid 

Pdting 

Pelvis 

Pemmican 

Penal 

Penance 

Pencil 

Pencilled 

Penchant 

Pendant 

Pendency 

Pendentive 

Pendicle 

Pendulum 

Penetrable 

Penetrant 

Penetrated 

Peninsula 

Penitence 

Penitently 

Penman 

Pennachid 

Pennant 

Penniless 

Pensile 

Pension 

Pensionary 

Pensively 

Pentachord 

Pentagon 

Pentameter 

Pentandria 

Pentapody 

Ptntateuch 

Pentecost 

Penthouse 

Penuliima 

Penumbra 

Penurious 

Penury 

Peopling 

Peppercorn 

Pepperino 

Peppermint 

Pepperpot 

Peppery 

Piracute 

Peragrate 

Peramhulo 



PIL-PLE 

Pilot— continued, 

Pilot optional 
Pirates. 

Has been boarded by pirates 

Has been plundered by pirates 

Reported destroyed by pirates 

Pirates escaped 

Pirates have been captured 
Place. 

Can you place 

I ^we) can place 

I (we) cannot place 

You can place 

If you can place 

If you cannot place 

Try utmost to place immediately 

Can place 

Cannot place 

At what place 

In this place 

In your place 

For your place 

Is a safe place for 

Is not a safe place for 

Is a safe place for — — 

In a safe place 

Now in a safe place 

At a usual loading place 

At a usual discharging place 

If a safe place for loading (and /or discharging) 

Of the place 

In place of 

Can take the place of 

Will be required to take the place of 

Have no one (nothing) to take the place of 
Placed. 

Can be readily phiced 

Not likely to be placed 

Might be placed 

Not yet placed 
Plenty. 

Plenty to go forward 

Plenty coming forward 

Plenty still here 

Plenty of room in 

Plenty of water in ■ 
PlentiftiL 

Have a plentiful supply of 

Buyers are plentiful 

Sellers are plentiful 

Enquirers are plentiftil 



PLU-POR 



209 



CodkNo 


CODB WOBD 




10401 


Perceani 


Plimdered. 


X0402 


Percdver 


The goods have been plundered 


10403 


P^cdving 


The goods appear not plundered 


X0404 


Perception 


The goods appear to have been plundered 


10405 


Perching 


Natives have plundered 


10406 


Perchance 


Natives have plundered everything [wreck 


10407 


Percipient 


Natives have plundered everything from the 


10408 


Percolate 


Policy. 


10409 


Percussion 


Have you an open policy of insurance 


10410 


Percutieni 


I ^we) have an open policy of insurance 
I (we) have not an open policy of insurance 


10411 


Perdition 


10412 


Perdue 


Send policy of insurance 


104x3 


Perduhus 


Refuse delivery of policy 


X0414 


Perdurably 


Have sent policy of insurance 


10415 


Peregrine 


The policy(ies^ is (are) hypothecated 

The policy(ies) is (are) in my (our) possession 


X0416 


Perempt 


10417 


Peremptory 


Policy of insurance will be sent by first post 


10418 


Perennial 


Policy of insurance will be sent to-morrow 


104 1 9 


Perfeder 


Policy of insurance will be sent as soon as possible 


10420 


Perfedive 


Open poU<7 aTliiMiraiiM, ptr ship or ahips, ftjr <— . on from hart to —^^ 


1042 1 


Perfident 


Optn poller of tawaranoe, ptr iltuiwr or ■tMinen, Ito £~ on ~ fhnn iMre to ~ 


10422 


Perfidions 


Open policy of insurance [here to 


10423 


Perfidy 


Open policy of insurance on per from 


10424 


Perflation 


Open policy run out 


10425 


Perfoliate 


Open policy run out, shall I (we) renew 


10426 


Perforated 


Renew open policy 


10427 


Perforce 


Do not renew open policy 


10428 


Performer 


Policy insurance expired 


X0429 


Performing 


Policy insurance expired shall I (we) renew 


X0430 


Perfricate 


Renew insurance policy 


X0431 


Perfumed 


Do not renew insurance poliqr 


10432 


Perfuse 


Policy proof of interest 


10433 


Perianth 


Valued policy 


10434 


Periapt 


Open policy 


I043S 


Peribolos 


Running policy 


X0436 


Pericardic 


Voyage policy 


10437 


Periculous 


Time policy 


10438 


Pendot 


Named policy 


10439 


Peridrome 


Floating policy 


10440 


Periergy 


Special policy 


10441 


Perigee 


Marine policy 


10442 


Perigonium 


Fire policy 


10443 


Perigynous 


Poor. 


X0444 


Perilous 


Very poor 


'0445 


Perimder 


Veiy poor offer 


X0446 


Periodic 


Too poor to be entertained 


10447 


Periphery 


Port(s). 


10448 


Periplus 


Do you know anything of the poTt(s) of — ^ 


10449 


Peripteral 


I (we) know nothing of the port(s) named 


X0450 


PeripuHst 


Is not considered a good port 



2 icy 



CodbNo 



I04SX 
10452 

X04S3 

10454 

I ©455 
10456 

I04S7 
10458 

I04S9 
10460 

1 046 1 

10462 

X0463 

10464 

10465 

10466 

10467 

10468 

10469 

10470 

10471 

10472 

X0473 
10474 

10475 
10476 

10477 

10478 

10479 

10480 

10481 

10482 

10483 

10484 

10485 

10486 

10487 

10488 

10489 

10490 

1 049 1 

10492 

10493 
10494 

I049S 
10496 

10497 

10498 

10499 

X0500 



Code Word 

Periscope 
Peristomi 
Periwig 
Periwinkle 
Perictceous 
Permanent 
Permeable 
Permeation 
Permissive 
Permitter 
Permutabk 
Pernicious 
Pemicity 
Peroration 
Peroxide 
Perpension 
Perpetuate 
Perpetuity 
Perplex 
Perplexity 
Perquisite 
Persecuted 
Persevered 
Persistive 
Personal 
Personify 
Personize 
. Perspicacy 
Perspired 
Persuader 
Persuasion 
Pertain 
Perthite 
Pertinacy 
Pertinent 
Pertly 
Pertness 
Pertufbate 
Pertused 
Peruke 
Perusal 
Perusing 
Pervculing 
Pervasion 
Perversely 
Peroers^y 
Perverter 
Pervious 
Pessimist 
Pestering 



FOB, 

'Port(B)—continued, 

Is a safe port for vessels of any size 

Is a safe port for vessels up to about — *- tons 

Inform me (us) what port(s) 

Telegraph name(s) of loading port(s) 

Telegraph name(s) of discharging port(s) 

Combine most convenient ports 

Combine most convenient ports and fewest possible 

Intended port of destination 

Port of dischaige to be named on signing B/L 

In this port 

Not in this port 

For your port 

Will call at your p>ort 

Will not call at your port 

Direct port 

Safe port in the U.K. 

Safe port in the U.K. or Continent 

Safe port in Scotland 

Safe port in Ireland 

Safe port in the U.K. excluding East Coast [land 

Safe port in the U.K. excluding West Coast of" Ire- 

Saft poiila tiieU JC:. tseladint KaatCoaat of OrcBi Brltoia and Wwi CoMt «if 

[Ir«luMl 

Safe port in the U.K. excluding Scotland 

6«ft ^ort Intte U.K. exdndtng 8«oUand tnd WMt Cowt of Ireland 

Safe port on the East Coast of U.K. 
Safe port on the South Coast of U.K. 
Safe port on the South West Coast of U.K. 
Safe port on the West Coast of U.K. 
Safe port on the East Coast of Ireland 
Safe port on the West Coast of 1 1 eland 

flaft porCbetirc«n Hfiwe aid Bamlrnxs, b«fh IhcImNv 

9Ub port bitwMn BordMaz ud Hambarv both inelailTe 

6«ft port batwwa H»tm and Hamtafi.both InelwriYe wtth option of a port 

Cm the Baltic at additional rate 

Safe port on the East Coast of Spain 

SaA port on Ihe SMt'Ooaat of Spain and luelndinc ManaiUai 
fiaft port on the Bart Ooart of 8pai» axelqdinc Baroekma 

Safe port in the Mediterranean 

Safe port in the Adriatic 

Safe port in the Mediterranean and /or Adriatic 

Safe port in the Mediterraiiean,Spain excluded 

Safe port in the Mediterranean, Barcelona excluded 

Saih port in the MeditemMan and/or Adrlalie. Spain emlnded 
Bait port in the Mcditemnean and/or Adriatle, Baraelona tzclndad 

Safe port in the Baltic 

Safe port in the United States 

A coal port on the East Coast of U.K. 

A coal port on the South West Coast ctf U.K. 

Atlantic cotton ports 

Rice ports 

Lower Azov ports 



POR-POS 



211 



CodbNo 

:oSoi 

[0502 

0503 
^0504 

:o5o6 
:o507 
0508 
0509 
[0510 
0511 
10512 

0513 
0514 

0515 
[0516 

0517 
0518 

[0519 

[0520 

0521 

0522 

0523 
[0524 

0525 
0526 

[0527 

[0528 

0529 

0530 
0531 
0532 
0533 
10534 

0535 
0536 

0537 

^0538 

to539 
:o540 

[0541 

[0542 

^0543 
0544 

0545 
0546 

0547 
^0548 

0549 
0550 



CoDB Word 

Pestidud 

Pestihnt 

Pestle 

Petaline 

Petahus 

Petard 

Petaurist 

Petechial 

Petrean 

Petrescent 

Petrific 

Petrify 

PetrUite 

Petted 

Petticoat 

Pettifog 

Pettiness 

Pettishly 

Petulency 

Pewterer 

Phalanx 

Phantcuma 

Phaniastic 

Phantom 

Pharmacy 

Phenomenon 

Philology 

Philosophy 

Phlebotomy 

Phl^m 

Phlegmatic 

Phlogistic 

Phonetic 

Photograph 

Photology 

Phrase 

Phrenology 

Physic 

Physically 

Physician 

Phylactery 

Physograde 

Pianist 

Pibroch 

Picket 

Pickles 

Picnic 

Picrolite 

Pictured 

Picturize 



torHj^-^-coniimtid. 

Lower Baltic ports 

At any port or ports 

At the various ports 

At one port only 

At two ports only 

At three ports only 

At not more than — — ports 

At port of loading 

At port of call 

At port of discharge 

Ports of loading and discharge 

At the nearest safe available port 

For other ports 

Has (have) been brought into port 
Portion. 

What portion of cargo can you give 

Can give a large portion 

Can only give a small portion 

Can only give half portion 

Will you teke my (our) portion 

What is my (our) portion 

Your portion is 

The sound portion 

The damaged portion 

A very great portion 

A very small portion 
Position. 

Telegraph position and standing of 

Tdccnph podtioii lad ftaadliiff of — nd hoir mndi ha ll (ttef •fl)|Q9d 

Are you in a position 

i am (we are) in a position 

I am (we are) not m a position 

Do you know position of 

If you do not know position of 

Quite unaware of the position of 

Position of unknown 

Position of very doubtful 

You already know position 
A very good (favorable) position 
A very bad (unfavorable) position 
A more favorable position 
A more unfavorable position 
Most unsafe position 
In best position 
Position not dangerous 
In a very dangerous position 
Position hopeless 
Position very serious 
What is the present position of 
Telqpraph exact position 
p 2 



212 




POS POW 


CodbNo 


CoDB Word 


twAnssL^-coHtimied, 


10551 


Pu^ald 


Position (of ) is insufficiently described 


10552 


Piecemeal 


Must take it (them) on actual position 


IOS53 


Piercer 


Positive. 


10554 


Pietism 


Are you positive 


10555 


PieHsHc 


I am (we are) quite positive 


10556 


Piety 


Is (are) quite positive 


10557 
10558 


Pigeon 
Pinery 


If you are quite positive 
If you are not quite positive 


I05S9 


Piggish 


I am (we are) not positive 


10560 


Pigment 


Is (are) not positive 
Possible. 


10561 


Pt/ieman 


10562 


Pikestaff 


How is it possible 


10563 


Piiaster 


Is it possible 


10564 


Pilchard 


If it IS possible 


10565 


Pileated 


It is not possible 


10566 


Pilferer 


Think it possible 


10567 


Pilgrim 


Do not think it possible 


10568 


Pilgrimage 


As much as possible 


10569 


Pillar 


As promptly as possible 


10570 


PUlion 


Make the most possible (of) 
Make the least possible (oQ 


10571 


Pillory 


10572 


Pimple 


Post 


I0573 


Pinafore 


In course of post 


10574 


Piruers 


By next post 


10575 


Pinchbeck 


By an early post 


10576 


Pincushion 


By last post 


10577 


Pindaric 


By this post 


10578 


Pinions 


Do not post 


10579 


Pinking 


Power. 


10580 


Pinnacle 


AVhat is the power of 


1 058 1 


Pinnated 


Power of is — 


10582 


Pioneer 


Is it in your power 


10583 


Piously 


It is in my (our) power 


10584 


Piping 


It is not in my (our) power 


10585 


Pipkin 


If it is in the power of 


X0586 


Piquantly 


If it is in your power 


10S87 


Piscatory 


Will power of attorney be required 


10588 


Piscinal 


Power of attorney will be required 


X0589 


Pistolade 


Power of attorney will not be required 


10590 


Pistolet 


Who holds power of attorney 


X0591 


Pitcher 


Give power of attorney to 


10592 


Pitchfork 


You must get power of attorney from [made 


10593 


Piteotis 


In whose (favor) name is power of attorney to be 


10594 


Pitfall 


Power of attorney to be made in name (favor) of — 


10595 


Pithily 


Send me (us) power of attorney immediately 


10596 


Pithiness 


Power of attorney now on the way 


10597 


Pitiable 


I Ivft) send power of attorney first post 


10598 


PiHfully 


I (we) send power of attorney to-morrow 


10599 


Pitman 


I (we) send power of attorney as soon as possible 


10600 


Pittance 


Will send power of attorney 



POl^— PRE 



213 



CODSNO 

:o6oi 
:o6o3 
[0603 
:o6o4 
:o6o5 
:o6o6 
to6o7 
[0608 
[0609 
:o6io 
:o6ii 
[0612 
[0613 
[0614 
0615 
:o6i6 
:o6i7 
:o6i8 
[0619 
:o620 
:o62i 
[0623 
[0633 
[0624 
[0625 
[0626 
[0627 
0628 
0629 
:o630 
[0631 
0632 
0633 
0634 

0635 
[0636 

0637 

0638 

[0639 

0640 

[0641 

[0642 

0643 

0644 

0645 

[0646 

[0647 

0648 

[0649 

0650 



C6DS Word 
Phot 
Placable 
Placard 
Placarding 
Placidly 
Pladdtuss 
Plagiary 
Plaid 
Plainness 
Pkdter 
Planetary 
Planeti^ 
Plantage 
Plantation 
Planting 
Plasterer 
Plastical 
Plasticity 
Platinum 
Platform 
Plaionist 
Platoon 
Plaudit 
Plauditory 
Plausibly 
Player 
Playful 
Playmate 
Plaything 
Pleader 
Pleasant 
Pleasing 
Pleasure 
Piebeian 
Pledged 
Plenarily 
Plenitude 
Plenteous 
Plethora 
Pleurisy 
Pliability 
Pliable 
Pliant 
Plighted 
Plod 
Plodding 
Ploughing 
Ploughable 
Plover 
Plucking 



Power — continued 

Have received power of attorney 

Power of attorney sent is of no value 

Power not yet to hand, send duplicate 

Cannot send power of attorney 
Praotioftblo. 

Is it practicable 

Do not think it practicable 

Think it is quite practicable 

It is practicable 

It is not practicable 
FraotLooL 

What is the practice in such cases 

There is no acknowledged practice 

The practice is 
Precaution. 

Take every precaution 

Take every precaution to check weight and quality 

Every precaution is being taken 
Predsa 

Be very precise 

Be very precise in the reweighing 

Be very precise in the tally 

Be very precise in following instructions 

Be very precise in giving instructions 
Prefer. 

Would you prefer 

I (we) would prefer 

I (we) would not prefer 

Would prefer 

Do not prefer 

Would not prefer 

Which (what) do you prefer 

If you prefer 

Would recommend you to prefer 

Prefer leaving the business in your hands to do 
Prejudioa [the best possible 

Would no doubt cause great prejudice 

There is great prejudice 

There is great prejudice against 

Without prejuAce 

Avoid creating a prejudice 

Do not prejudice 

Mind the offer to be made without prejudice 

Without prejudice to anjr future claim 

Must be without prejudice 
Premium. —(See Insure — Cent.) 

What is the premium 

What is the premium of insurance [from— to — 

What is the premium of insurance on — per steamer 

What laths pramlum of tnniraiMeoD — per «UiBf v«m«1 fhnn^ to— 



214 

CodbNo 

:o65i 

0652 

0653 

0654 

o6ss 
0656 

0657 

[0658 

:o659 

;o66o 

;o66i 

[0662 

:o663 

[0664 

0665 

0666 

0667 

0668 

0669 

:o67o 

:o67i 

:o672 

0673 

:o674 

o6ys 
[0676 
[0677 
10678 
(0679 
[0680 
0681 
[0682 
[0683 
[0684 
[0685 
[0686 
0687 
0688 
[0689 
[0690 
10691 
[0692 
0693 
0694 
0695 
[0696 
0697 
0698 
0699 
0700 



PRE-PRI 



CoDB Word 
P/umage 
Plumbir 
Plummd 
Plumpness 
Plunging 
Pluperfect 
Plurality 
Pneumatics 
Poach 
Poaching 
Pocket 
Poem 
Poesy 
Poetaster 
Poetess 
Poetical 
Poetry 
J^oignant 
Pointedly 
Pointer 
Pointless 
Poisonous 
Poker 
Poking 
Polarize 
Poleaxe 
Polecat 
Polestar 
Polish 
Polishing 
Polite 
Politeness 
Politics 
Pollute 
Pollution 
Poltroon 
Polygamist 
Polygamy 
Polyglot 
Polygram 
Polytheist 
Pomaceous 
Pomiferous 
Pommel 
Pommelling 
Pompatic 
Pomposity 
Ponderable 
Pondering 
Pontard 



Premium — continued. 

The premium is (will be) 

The premium vs; too heavy 

The premium is too small 

Tiy to get premium reduced 

Try to get premium increased 

Cannot get premium reduced 

Cannot get premium increased 

Have got premium reduced 

Have got premium increased 

What will the extra premium be 

Premium of insurance is (will be) 

Who will pay the extra premium 

The extra premium will be 

Extra premium to be paid by [insurance incurred 

If necessary I (we) will pay any extra premium of 

I (we) will not pay any extra premium of insurance 
Prepare. 

Prepare as quickly as possible 

Prepare the following for 

Prepare eveiything for 

Great efforts are being made to prepare for 

Prepare for an emeigency 
Present 

Not at present 

Up to the present 

For the present 

Do not present 

At the present time 

Cease for the present 

That may present itself 
Prevent— (See Avoid) 
Price(s).— (See Products) 

What is (are) the present price(s) of 

Present price(s) of 

No change in price(s) 

Average price(s) 

Telegraph price(s) of 

Great reduction expected in price(s) 

Great increase expected in price(s) 

Price^s^ is (are) advancing 

Price(s) is (are) declining 

What price can be got in for — 

What price can you get for 

What price would you recommend 

Telegraph lowest possible phce(s) 

Prices are in buyers' fevor 

Your price(s) is (are) too high 

Your price(s) is (are) too low - 

Will accept order(s) same price as otfaen 

Not at any price 



PRI 



215 



CodbNo 
[0701 
[0702 
10703 
[0704 
[0705 
10706 
10707 
[0708 
[0709 
[07 10 
:o7ii 
[07 1 2 

0713 
[0714 

^0715 
10716 

[0717 

0718 

0719 
[07 30 

:o72i 

[0722 

[0723 

:o724 

:o725 

[0726 

C0727 

[0728 

[0729 

[0730 

[0731 

[0732 

0733 

0734 

0735 
[0736 

0737 
[0738 

0739 
[0740 

0741 

0742 

0743 
[0744 

0745 
[0746 

0747 
0748 

0749 

10750 



CoDB Word 

I\>fiiific 

PanianUr 

PoodU 

Poorly 

Poorness 

Poptdotn 

Popgun 

Popinjay 

Popular 

Popularity 

Porcelain 

Porcine 

Porcupine 

Porklif^ 

Porousness 

Porpoise 

Porridge 

Portable 

Portcullis 

Portend 

Portentous 

Portfolio 

Portico 

Portliness 

Portrait 

Portrayed 

Postern 

Possessive 

Posset 

Postable 

Postscript 

Posterior 

Posthumous 

Postillion 

Postman 

Postulant 

PostukUum 

Posture 

Potation 

Potency 

Potentate 

Potential 

Pothering 

Pothook 

Potluck 

Potsherd 

Pottage 

Pottery 

Pouch 

Pouldron 



Tiio^ti)— continued 
At any price 
Extravagant prices 
Command hi^h prices 

Original invoice price [price($) 

Fully understand the importanceof keepini^up the 
Fully understand the importance of keeping down 
At what price (the price(s) 

At what price can you supply [freight & insurance 
At what price can you supply F. O. B. without 
At what price can you supply C. & F. 
At what price can you supply C. F. & I. 
At what price can you supply ex ship 
At what price can you supply ex quay 
At what price can you supply ex vessel off the coast 
At what price can you supply to arrive 
At what price can you duplicate 
Telegraph price you can duplicate order(s) of — 

Td«gnph pretmt prioa of vlth 7on and profpwto of mukct 

Telegraph best price obtainable 
Can repeat at same price 
Cannot buy any more at same price 
Cannot sell any more at same price 
The price to include all commissions 

The price to include per cent commission to 

If pnce(s) is (are) moderate [me (us) 

Opponents quote this price 

At lowest possible price(s) 

Maintain old price^s) 

F eserve price 

Prices condnue the upward course 

Prices have gone up all round 

Prices continue the downward course 

Prices have gone down all round 

Prices are rising every hour 

Prices are declining every hour 

Prices are nominal 

Prices are very irregular 

Prices are firmer 

Prices will have to go lower 

It is the highest price paid 

It is the lowest price paid 

At increased pnce(s) 

At reduced price(s) 

Priow oontlnned to advanoa vnltl to-day when a Ml took ploeo wfcloh 

[aooordimc to prMent aapeet promlKO to oontinuo 

Prices have slightly given way 

No alteraiSott at to prund), al&«ch bopaa of % btttar ilali of thlon ara 

lanticQMed 

Prices remain stationary 

Looking for improved prices ere long 

Last pnces fully maintained 

Can supply at following price(s) 



2l6 



PM-PRO 



CodbNo 

[O751 
[0752 

0753 

0754 

0755 
0756 

0757 

0758 

0759 
[O760 

[0761 

[0763 

0763 

0764 

0765 

0766 

0767 

0768 

[O769 

[0770 

[O771 

:o772 

0773 

0774 

0775 
0776 

[0777 

0778 

0779 

:o78o 

:o78i 

[0782 

10783 

0784 

0785 

[0786 

[0787 

0788 

[0789 

:o79o 

[0791 

0792 

0793 
f0794 

0795 
0796 

0797 

0798 

0799 

0800 



CoDB Word 
Poulterer 
Poultice 
Poultry 
Pouncet 
Pounda^ 
Poundrate 
Poupeton 
Pouring 
Pouter 
Poverty 
Powdering 
Powerful 
Powerless 
Practical 
Practisant 
Pragmatic 
Prairie 
Praisabie 
Praise 
Prancing 
Prandial 
Pranks 
Pratingly 
Prattler 
Prawn 
Prayer 
Preacher 
Preaching 
PrecuUimite 
Preamble 
Prebend 
PrAendary 
Precarious 
Precative 
Precede 
Precedence 
Precentor 
Precept 
Preceptive 
Precinct 
Precious 
Precipice 
Precise 
Precision 
Preclude 
Precocious 
Precocity 
Precompose 
Preconcert 
Pncursor 



Prioe(8) — continued. 

Can supply F.O.B. at following price(s) 
Can supply C. & F. at following price(s) 
Can supply C. F. & I. at following pnce(s) 
Can supply ex ship at following price(s) 
Can supply ex quay at following price(s) 
Can supply to arrive at following price(s) 

Cm Ripply tt rmuA oflTtlM ooMt »t fblloving prioe(a) 

For forward deliveries high prices are quoted 
Telegraph probable highest price^s) 
Should there be no increase in pnce(s) 
Should there be no reduction in price (s) 
We shall see prices higher this season 
We shall see prices lower this season 
Ought to obtain very increased prices(s) 
What price^s^ do you expect to sell at 
What price^s) do you expect to buy at 
To what pnce can I (we) go 
Same price(s) as last parcel (shipment(s)) 
In consequence of high prices 
In consequence of low prices 
Price(s) having advanced cannot execute order(s) 
At any reasonable price(s) [at your limits 

Send price current for 
Private. 

Following is strictly private 
Send your private address 

BodoauraU) r e terwd to in my (oar) ofllebd letter, potted to your pr'v»te 

[•ddiwn 

Letter posted to yoiu* pnvate address 
Sold by private contract 
Bought by private contract 



With 5 per cent primage 

With 10 per cent primage 

With 15 per cent primage 

With 20 per cent primage 

With — per cent primage 

Without primage 

I ^we) must have primage 

Primage will not be allowed on any account 
Probable. 

Is it probable 

Not very probable 

It is very probable 
Proceed. 

Can you proceed 

Are you ready to proceed 

Can proceed as she (he — it is — they arc) 

Now ready to proceed 

Not able to proceed 

If ready to proceed 



PRO 



217 



CodbNo 


1 

> Code Word 


'in^n^'-continutd 


10801 


Predal 


If not ready to proceed 


10803 


Predatory 


Not yet ready to proceed 


10803 


Predestitu 


Will be ready to proceed 


10804 


Predicate 


I (we) can proceed 


10805 


Predict 


Must proceed immediately 


10806 


Predispose 


can proceed as she is (it is — ^they are) 


10807 


Preelect 


Not to proceed until further orders 


10808 


Preface 


To proceed to ballast 


10809 


Prefatory 


Proceed in direct 


I0810 


Prefect 


Proceed as soon as ready to 


10811 


Preferment 


Proceed to for orders 


108x2 


Prefix 


Proceed immediately full or not full 


10813 


Pregnable 


Proceed immediately to 


10814 


Prejudge 


You need not now proceed to 


1081S 


Prefti^ce 


Do not proceed 


10816 


Prdacy 


Will proceed on her voyage without delay 


10817 


Prelate 


Will proceed on her voyage in a day or two 


10818 


PrekUure 


May proceed 


10819 


Prelector 


May proceed cautiously 


10820 


Premise 


Instruct captain to proceed to ■ 


10821 


Prenwntsh 


iMlraateipltfntopneeedto udnoCto m origlullr faitaadid 


10822 


Premomtor 


Need not proceed any further 


10823^ 


Preominate 


Captain refuses to proceed 


10824 


Preordain 


Engineer refuses to proceed 


1082s 


Pnparate 


Fireman refuses to proceed 


10826 


Prepense 


Crew refuse to proceed 


10827 


Prepondtr 


Proceeds. 


10828 


Prepotent 


Proceeds of the amount to jC— "• 


10829 
10830 


Presage 
Prestyter 


Telegraph proceeds of 
Proceeos of the are 


1083T 


Prescienu 


Gross proceeds 


10832 


Prescribe 


Nett proceeds 


10833 


Presential . 


Prooedure. 


10834 


Preservir 


Procedure is illegal 


1083s 


Preside 


Prooure— (See Obtain). 


10836 


President 


Procure all you can 


10837 


Presidusl 


Can you procure 


10838 


Presignify 


I (we) can procure 


10839 


Presser 


I (we) cannot procure 


10840 


Pressgang 


Will endeavour to procure 


10841 


Pressman 


Can procure 


10842 


Pressness 


Cannot procure 


10843 


Prestable 


Procured. 


10844 


Prestige 


Must be procured at (from) 


10845 


Presto 


Can be procured at (from) 


10846 


Presuming 


Cannot be procured at (from) 


10847 


Presuppose 


Cannot be procured at this port (place) 


10848 


Presurmise 


Can be easily procured at this port (place) 


10849 


Pretence 


ProdnccL — (See Products, &c) 


X0850 


Pretender 


Profit 



2l8 



PRO 



CodbNo 

[0851 
0852 

^0853 

:o854 

085s 
[0856 

[0857 

[0858 

10859 

:o86o 

[086 1 

[0862 

[0863 

0864 

0865 

[0866 

0867 

[0868 

[0869 

[0870 

[0871 

10872 

0873 

0874 

0875 
0876 

0877 

[0878 

0879 

[0880 

10881 

[0882 

[0883 

[0884 

0885 

[0886 

0887 

[0888 

[0889 

10890 

:o89i 

[0892 

[0893 

[0894 

0895 

0896 

0897 

[0898 

[0899 

10900 



Code Wobd 

Prderiie 

Pretermit 

Pretext 

Pretortal 

Prettily 

Prettiness 

Pretty 

Prevail - 

Prevailing 

PrtveUena 

Prevene 

Prevenient 

Preventer 

Prey 

Priapism 

Priceless 

Pride 

Pridefid 

Priditigly 

Priest 

Prie^ess 

Priesthood 

Piggish 

PrUlion 

Primacy 

Primal 

Primality 

Primate 

Primely 

Primeval 

Primevous 

Priming 

Primittal 

Primitive 

Primness 

Primrose 

Princedom 

Princess 

Principal 

Printer 

Printing 

Printless 

Prior 

Prioress 

Priority 

Prismatic 

Prismoid 

Prisodon 

Pristine 

Prithee 



Profit — continued. 

Afraid there is very little profit in the txaxisacti<m 

What profit will there be 

The profit will be great 

The profit will be small 

Profit on — is 

Expect profit on to be 

Leaves little or no profit 

What shall I (we) profit 

There will be no profit 

Leaves a very large profit 

Leaves no profit whatever 

Likely to show a very great profit 

W^ you take half profit and^or loss 

I am (we are) willing to stand in half profit and/or 

Ifat a profit [loss 

Without a profit 

Unless at a profit 
Progress. 

What progress have yon made 

What progress has (have) made 

You are making very poor progress with 

I am (we are) making very slow progress with 

I am (we are) making very great progress with 

Is ^are^ making slow progress 

Is (are) making rapid progress 

Make all the progress possible 
Prohibited. 

The goods you order are prohibited 

The goods you propose sending are prohibited 

I am (we are) prohibited 

You are prohibited 

It is (they are) prohibited 
Promise. 

Can you promise 

Do not promise 

I (we) can promise 

I (we) cannot promise 

I ^we) cannot promise anything here for 

I (we) cannot promise anydiing [(diey) promise 

Believe him (them) capable of fulfilling all he 

Fully expect you will csury out your promise 
Prompt 

What is the prompt on 

The prompt on is 

What is the prompt di^ 

The i>rompt date is 
Proportion(s). 

To be divided into equal proportions 

To be divided in proportions of 

Other goods in like proportion 



PRO 



219 



CodbNo 

1 0901 
10903 
10903 
10904 
10905 
10906 
10907 
10908 
10909 
10910 

109 1 1 

109 1 2 
10913 
10914 
10915 
10916 
10917 
10918 
10919 
10920 
1 092 1 
10922 
10923 
10924 
10925 
10926 
10927 
10928 
10929 
10930 
1093 1 
10932 

10933 
10934 

10935 
10936 

10937 

10938 

10939 

10940 

10941 

10942 

10943 
10944 

10945 
10946 
10947 
10948 
10949 
10950 



Cods Word 
Privacy 

Privaiion 

PrivH 

PnvU^t 

Prizing 

Prcbate 

Probation 

Probatory 

Problem 

Proboscis 

Procacity 

Procedure 

Proception 

Proceriiy 

Procession 

Processive 

Prodaim 

Proclive 

Proclivity 

Procreani 

Proctor 

Proctorial 

Procurator 

Procurer 

Prodigal 

Prodigy 

J-rodition 

Prodrome 

Producent 

Productive 

Proemial 

Profanate 

Profane 

Professor 

Proffer 

Proficient 

Profile 

Profiting 

Profligacy 

Prifiuent 

Profound 

Profundity 

Profusely 

Profusion 

Progenitor 

Progeny 

Prognosis 

Programme 

Progress 

Prohibit 



"Profoiriioinr'-^ontmued, 

Other goods to pay in full and fair proportion 

Is (are) entirely out of proportion 
Propotal. 

I am ^we are) open to a proposal 

Would a proposal be entertained 

Have you any proposal to make 

Anxiously waiting your proposal 

I (we) cannot make any proposal 

Should the proposal be approved 

I (we) approve the proposal 

Cannot entertain the proposal 

Your proposal(s) is (are) not sufficiently tempting 

Do not understand the proposal 

Must have a more definite proposal 

Is the proposal accepted 

The proposal is accepted 

The proposal is not accepted 

Accept die proposal 

Declme the proposal 
Propose. 

Can you propose anything for 

I (we) propose 

Do not propose 

I (we) have nothing to propose 

Propose sending ship to 

Propose sending 

Propose the following 

This is the best thing we can propose 
Prosecute. 

Prosecute the inquiiy immediately 

Prosecute the delmquents immediately 
Pro8pect(s). 

If any prospect 

If any immediate prospect 

If any prospect of filling (completmg) 

If no prospect of filling (completing) 

What are your (the) prospects for 

Every prospect of 

Every prospect of filling (completing) 

Every prospect of getting on 

No prospect of 

No prospect of filling (completing) 

No prospect of getting on 

I ^we^ think there is little prospect 

I (we) think there is a good prospect 

My ^our) prospects are very favorable 

My vour) prospects are very poor 

As prospects seem improving 

As prospects do not seem to improve 

The prospects are encouraging 



220 




PRO 


CodbKo 


GoDB Word 


frtrnf^t^M—continued. 


1095 1 


Pfjfjector 


The prospects are discouraging 


10952 


Prolapse 


Have you any prospect of improvement 


10953 


Prolatiau 


Prospects are more favorable 


I09S4 


Proitpsis 


Prospects are more depressing 


10955 


Prolific 


Telegraph prospects of 


10956 


Prolix 


Prospects are more cheering 


X0957 


Prolixity 


Prospects are very doubtful 


10958 


Prologize 


Unless prospects improve I (we) recommend 


10959 


Prol^ue 


Must have more definite prospects 


10960 


Prolongif^ 


There is no prospect yet of its discontinuance 


1 096 1 


Promenade 


There is no prospect of its continuance 


10962 


Prominence 


There is a prospect of its discontinuance 


10963 


Promising 


There is a prospect of its continuance 


10964 


Promissory 


Little better prospect for some time to come 


10965 


Promontory 


Every prospect of a very lan;e requirement 


10966 


Promoter 


What future prospects 


10967 


Promotive 


Prospects very indifferent 


X0968 


Prompted 


If prospects good and can be relied upon 


X0969 


Promulgate 


If prospects are poor 


X0970 


Promu^e 


If prospects are unchanged 


10971 


Proneness 


If prospects are moderate 


10972 


Prongs 


I (we) can see no prospect of 


10973 


Pronoun 


Prospects remain unchanged 


10974 


Pronubial 


Prospects are very remote 


I097S 


Proof 


Protest 


10976 


Propagate 


Protest against 


10977 


Propel 


Note protest immediately 


10978 


Propendent 


Extend protest 


10979 


Propensity 


Extend protest before leaving 


10980 


Properate 


Protest on arrival at 


10981 


Property 


Protest has been made 


X0982 


Prophecy 


I (we) protest against 


10983 


Prophesied 


Send me (us) copy of protest 


10984 


Prophet 


Protest to be forwarded to 


X0985 


Prophetess 


Protest of the to be forwarded 


X0986 


Propine 


Protest sent to you ( \ 

Protest sent to you ( ) this mail 


X0987 


PropiticUe 


X0988 


Propitious 


Protest will be sent to you ( — ) as soon as possible 


X0989 


Proplasm 


Protest was made at the time of shipment 


10990 


Propolis 


Protest was made at the time of discharge 


X0991 


Proponent 


Sign under protest 


X0992 


Proportion 


Pa^ under protest 


10993 


Proposal 


Paid under protest 


10994 


Proprietor 


Provide. 


10995 


Propugn 


Can you provide 


10996 


Propulse 


You must take every care to provide 


10997 


Propulsion 


I (we) can provide 


X0998 


Prosaic 


I ^we^ cannot provide 


X0999 


Proscenium 


I (we) cannot provide more than 


XIOOO 


Prescript 


Provide irrespective of cost 



PRO— PUR 



221 



CodbNo 

OOI 
[002 

:oo3 
:oo4 

005 
:oo6 
[007 

008 
:oo9 
:oio 

[Oil 
[OI3 

1013 
;oi4 

oiS 
[016 

[017 

018 

[019 

:020 

:o2i 

;o23 

to23 

;o24 

:02s 

[026 

[027 

028 

[029 

030 

031 

032 

033 
t034 

035 
[036 

037 
:o38 

039 
[040 

:o4i 

[042 

043 
044 

045 
[046 

047 

[048 

049 

!OSO 



CoDB Word 

ProsdyU 

Prosiness 

Prosodical 

ProsotUst 

Prosody 

Prospectus 

Prosperity 

Prosperous 

Prostrate 

Prostyle 

Protean 

Protector 

Protege 

Protestant 

Prothesis 

Protocol 

Protoplast 

Prototype 

Protract 

Protruding 

Prolusion 

Proud 

Proucffoot 

Proudness 

Provable 

Provedore 

Proven 

Provender 

Proverb 

Proverbial 

Providence 

Province 

Provincial 

Provision 

Provisory 

Provoke 

Provost 

Prow 

Prowess 

Prowling 

Proximate 

Proximity 

Proxy 

Prudence 

Prudential 

Prudery 

Prudishly 

Prufidlo 

Pruning 

Pruriena 



FroTide — continued, 

I (we) will take every care to provide 

Provide what is necessary 

Will provide what is necessary 

Do not provide 

Owners to provide 

Charterers (shippers) to provide 

Will provide funds later on 

Can you provide anything for — (her) [reclion 

Can you provide anything for — (her) m any di- 



What provision have you made against 
Make provision 

Every provision is made against 
No provision made for 




Provisions are failing 

Short of provisions 

Is entirely without provisions 

Is waiting for provisions 

Hurry on provisions immediately 

Provisions left to-day 

Provisions left yesterday 

Provisions will leave to-morrow 

Provisions will leave as soon as possible 

Provisions to hand 

Supplied with provisions 
Piimp(8). 

Pumps choked 

Cannot do anything without steam pumps 

Send steam pumps immediately 

Steam pump^s) will be sent you 

Steam pump(s) has (have) been sent you 

I (we) send sieam pumps per 

Telegraph if pumps received or not 

Steam pumps will be at work as soon as possible 

Now at work with steam pumps 

Pumps continually going 

Put in with pumps choked 

Put in with air pumps choked 
Piiroha8e(8). 

Dealings consist principallyof speculative purchases 

Purchases being merely for existing wants 

The purchase is speculative 

The purchase is on joint account 

The purchase is on your account 

The purchase is on account of 

Do not purchase 

Unable to purchase more 

Common sorts are easier to purchase 

Charterers to have the option of purchase 



Hi 



PURr-PUT 



CodbNo 

1051 
1053 

1054 

1056 

1057 
1058 

1059 
1060 

1061 

[062 

063 

1064 

1065 

1066 

1067 

1068 

1069 

1070 

1071 

1072 

1073 
1074 

107s 
1076 

1077 

1078 

1079 

1080 

1 081 

1082 

1083 

1084 

1085 

1086 

1087 

1088 

1089 

1090 

1091 

1092 

1093 

1094 

1095 
1096 

1097 

1098 

1099 

1 100 



CooB Word 

Prussiate 

Pryingfy 

Psalmut 

Psalmody 

Psaltery 

Ptarmigan 

Puberty 

Pubescent 

Publican 

Publicist 

Publisher 

Puckered 

Pudding 

Pudidty 

Puerile 

Puff 

Puffery 

Puffiness 

Pugilism 

Puissant 

Pulingly 

Pulley 

Pulling 

Pulmonary 

Pulpiness 

Pulpit 

Pulsatilla 

Pukatum 

Pulse 

Pulseless 

Pulsific 

Pulverize 

Pulvinate 

Pumice 

Pumper 

Pumpkin 

Punch 

Puncheon 

Punctural 

Punctures 

Pungency 

Punishmefit 

Punster 

Punt 

Pupil 

Pupilage 

Puppet 

Puppyism 

Purana 



TmohBaB'-eiimtinued. 

I ^we) cannot give the option of puithase 

Might increase purchase if exceptionally cheap 

Have you commenced the purchase 

How are you getting on widi the purchase 

When will you commence the purchase 

When will you finish the purchase 

If you have commenced the purchase 

If you have not commenced the purchase 

If you have finished the purchase 

If you have not finished the purchase 

Have you finished the purchase 

Not yet commenced the purchase 

Will commence the purchase 

Have commenced the purchase 

Have got on with the purchase as far as 

Will finish the purchase 

Have finished the purchase 
Purport 

Do not understand the purport of your telegram 

Do not understand the purport of your letter 

The purport is (was) 
PoxpoBd. 

For what purpose is it (are they) required 

Will it answer the intended purpose 

Unfit for the intended purpose 

It answers the intended purpose 

Too small for purpose required 

Too large for purpose required 

Too good for purpose required 

Not good enough for purpose required 
Pnth. 

Push the matter forward 

Push forward the shipment (goods) 

Push forward the discharge 

Push forward the delivery 
Put.— (See Ships' Gear, &c.) 

Put m with loss of 



damaged 
-, no news of cause 



Reported put into 
Put into 
Put in with 
Do not put 
Reported put into 
Reported put into 

Alt MOM Mid pMican* of --— tnm ud ttinrwds to to Mt Ml board, taktnavl 
ortheahlp «iid reumdad hf Uw iMichtaUi) at hla (tbfelr) rlak and azpciiae 

To to prt iBto tlM riilp bj llM lUppcKa) ftt Ua (tMr) ri* and esptttt 

Totepiitliitolko0hipBBdal9««dbjlkoihlpp«(a)ftt hb (thtir) ri* aad 

CCXpODK 

To to put ialo tb« Ai», tdwD o«l, and laadad by tiM mardMntd) at Ml (tlieir) 

Lriak and azpcnat 

To to VBt Into tlM «hlp at opooao and riak of Om voirti 

To topvft iBto tbo ddp and ilowvd at axpanaa and rifk of tbo Tstnl 

T» to put into Ito riU»,tBlfett o«l.«Bd landad atopOMt and ride of the 







PUT— QUA a23 


CodkNo 


Code Word 




IllOl 


Purblind 


-ffi.!SJ!»Ur"-"SlM'-sSSS-S,4 


III03 


Purely 


11103 


Purmess 




III04 


Purgation 


To be put out 


iiios 


Purge 


Has put in here I ) dismasted 


1 1 106 


Purifier 


Has put in here ( ) from stress of weather 


1 1 107 


Purifyitig 


Has put in here ( ) machinery out of order 


1 1 108 


Puritan 


Has put in here ( ) leaky 


11109 


Purity 


Has put in here { ) weatherbound 




Purliai 


Has put in here ( ) to stop a leak [must restow 


mil 


Purling 


Has put in here ( ) with cargo shilted, and 


11II9 


Purleincr 


Ha Nt h bm (— > to^Q riMtt of «k xu) -ul ta>Y. uu, o»ibw 


11113 


Purple 


■ Has put in here \ with loss of anchor(s> 


11114 


Purport 


Has put in here > with loss of propeller 


IHI5 


Purse 


Ha£ put in here 1 \ with loss of rudder 


III16 


Pursiness 


Has put in here ) with rudder broken 


IHI7 


Pursuable 


Has put in here ) with shaft broken 


iiri8 


Pursuant 


Has put in here ) with captain sick 


11119 


Pursuit 


Has put in here ) with crew sick 




Purulent 


The following to be put in 


iiiai 


Pumiew 


The following not to be put in 


III33 


Puseyism 


Must be put in 


11133 


Pushing 


Not to be put in 


11114 


QUACK 


ftUAUTT.-(See Conditioni 


mas 


Quacketted 


Very best possible quality 




Quaekery 


Extra superfue quality 


11137 


QuaekisAly 


Extra superior quality 


11138 




Extra best quality 


11139 


Quacksalve 


Superfine quality 


11130 


Quademes 


Superior quality 


1113" 


Quadra 


Best quality 


1113a 


Quadragen£ 


Fine quality 


I "33 






"134 


Quadrant 


Second class quality 


1 1135 


Quadratic 


Third class quaUty 


1 1 136 


Quadrature 


Good quality 


"137 


Quadribte 


Medium quality 


11138 


Quadricom 


Fair quaUty 


11139 


Quadrijide 


Fair to good quality 


1 1 140 


Quadrifoil 


Fair to middling quality 


1H41 


Quadrille 


Middling quality 


II 143 


Quadrin 


Low middlm^ quality 


»"43 


Quadn'renu 


Inferior quality 


11 144 


Quadriviai 


Poor quality 


"MS 


Quadroon 


Low quality 


11146 


Quadrumamt 


Very low quality 


I "47 




Bad quali^ 


11148 
11149 


(^^^ 


Common quality 
Usual quality 


11150 


Quaffs 


Ordinary quality 



224 




QUA 


CodeNo 


CODItWOlD 


anaUtf— omAwari/. 


iiiSi 


Quaf^iig 


Same quality as last 


iiiSa 


Quag 


Better quality than last 


»"S3 


Quagmire 


Lower quality than last 


l"S4 


Quoit 


Take every precaution to check quality 


11155 




Avoid inferior quality 




Quailing 


Excepting poor quality 


i"S7 


Quailpipe 


Avoid superior quality 


n.58 


Qiiainl/y 


Excepting supenor qualiQr 


"'59 


Qiiaintness 


All same quality 


11160 


Quakeress 


Ejtact quality unknown 


11161 


Quaierish 


Equal in quality 


iii6a 


Quakiskly 


According to quality 


in63 


Quakerly 


Quality is reported good 


11.64 


Quaking 


Quality is reported bad 


11165 


Qualified 




11166 


QuaJify 


Good quality has been dispo»K] of 


11167 


Qualifying 


Of a vety superior quality and order 


11168 




Better quality (qualities) m moderate demand, but 


1.169 


Qualmish 


Quality to be guaranteed [supplies are vety short 


iii;o 


QualmisMy 


Quality guaranteed equal to sample 


11.71 


Quamoclil 


Quality can be guaranteed 


..172 


Quandary 


Quality cannot be guaranteed 


11173 


Quanlitii'i 


Quality not equal to sample 
Quality better than sample 


11174 


Quantum 


1117s 


Quaranti 


Qualitywill not suit 


11176 


Quarrel 


Quality complained of 


11177 


Quarreller 


Quite useless to send such quality (ties) here 


I. .78 


Quarrier 


Quality too low for this market 


11179 




Quality too good for this market 


11 [80 


Quarrying 
Quarrymen 




I. .81 


Might pay a litUe more ior reaHy good qualihr 


11183 


Quarfa liter 


aniutltiM. 


11.83 


Quarlation 


Large quantities 


1. 184 




Moderate quantities 


11.85 


Quattraary 


Small quantities 


11.8S 


Qiinternien 


Telegraph quantities coming forward 


1.187 


Quartering 


Coming forward in large quantities 


11.88 


Quarterly 


Coming forward in moderate quantities 


1..89 


Quarielle 


Coming forward in small quantities 


JI.90 




Going forward in large quantities 


11. gi 


Qua r train 


Going forward in moderate quantities 


1.19a 


Quarts 


Going forward in small quantities 


1 1 193 


Quar/iose 


Large quantities expected shortly 


11.94 




Moderate quantities expected shortly 


1. 195 


QwuMing 


Small quantities expected shortly 


1..96 




anuitity. 


11197 


QuassatiDH 


What quantity will you require 


...98 


Quasimodo 


What quantity have you remaining 
Quantity on hand is vety considerable 


11199 


Quatemiiy 


i.aoo 


Quaver 


Quantity on hand is smaU 



QUA 



2^5 



CodbNo 

XI20I 
II203 

1 1 203 

1 1 204 

1 1 205 
1x206 
1 1 207 
1X208 
1X209 
XI2IO 
XI2IX 
XI2X2 
XI213 
XI214 
II215 
XX216 
XI217 
II21S 
XX219 
XX220 
II22X 
XI222 
II 223 
XX224 
XI225 
XX226 
II227 
XI228 
XX229 
1X230 

II23I 
XI232 

"233 

"234 

"235 

XI 236 

XI237 
1 1 238 

XI 239 
1 1240 
XX24T 
XI 242 

1 1 243 
XI244 

"245 
1 1 246 
X1247 
1 1 248 
XI 249 

11250 






CODB WOBD 

Quavering 

Quayage 

Quayside 

Quebr€ub 

Queasiness 

Queasy 

Qutbrajoso 

Quedar 

Quedito 

Queengtfld 

Queenlike 

Queenship 

Queerish 

Queemess 

Quefarse 

Quelconque 

Queller 

Quelling 

Qudque 

Quemazon 

Quemadura 

Quench 

Quenching 
Quenchless 
Quenotte 
OuercUron 
Quercus 
(^ierist 
Querpo 
Querulous 
Quest 
Questani 
Questioner 
Quatrist 
Questuary 
Queue 
Quibbling 
(ickbeam 
tickening 
Quicklime 
Quickmatch 
Quickness 
Quicksand 
Quickset 
Quiddity 
Quidnunc 
Quiescent 
Quietador 
Quieting 



Quantity — continued. 
Quantity on hand is an average 
Only a small quantity can be got 
Large quantity 
Moderate quantity 
Small quantity 
Quantity is too laige 
Quantity is too small 
Half the quantity 
Double the quantity 
Same quantity as last 
Exact quantity unknown 
Quantity is more than 
Quantity is less than 
Can buy any quantity at 
Can sell any quantity at 
Any quantity now ready 
Ananjje quantity with 
Please telegraph approximate quantity 
Bill of lading quantity 
Less than bUl of lading quantity 
More than bill of lading quantity 
Quantity at captain's option 
Quantity at captain's option not exceeding — tons 

Tht qnaatlty will nndonbtodlj pioffi toM ttum tiiat of LmI MMOB 

The quantity will exceed that of last season 
The quantity must not exceed 
Quantity named is no obstacle 
Increase the quantity 
State quantity of 
Intake quantity 
Output quantity 
Quarantine. 



— dayi qiianatliM ii eiUWIihfA at ^— on all anivalf from hm ir—'i 

Will be put into quarantine 

Is put into quarantine 

Is now performing quarantine 

Is still in strict quarantine 

Get discharge in quarantine if possible 

Will be discharged in quarantine 

Cannot be discharged m quarantine 

How many days quarantine in your port 

— days quarantine imposed on the 

Will have to go to to perform days 

Will be out of quarantine to-morrow [quarantine 

Will be out of quarantine in a few days 

Came out of quarantine yesterday 

Expect quarantine will cease in a few days 

Quarantme now removed 

Act upon quarantine clause immediately 

Q 



226 



GodeNo 


CoDB Word 


iiaS^ 


Quietness - 


11252 


Quiitsome 


"253 


Quietude 


I "54 


Qiietus 


i"S5 


Quiddle 


11256 


Quili 


"257 


Quillage 


11258 


Quillette 


11259 


Quillman 


XI 260 


Quillwart 


11261 


Quilting 


11262 


Quinary 


1 1 263 


Quincite 


1 1 264 


Quinine 


1 1265 


Quinolas 


1 1 266 


Quinquet 


1 1 267 


Quinsy 


XI 268 


Quintain 


1 1 269 




II270 


Quintttte 


II27I 


Quintiie 


II272 


Quinturion 


XI273 


Quintroon 


II274 


Quintuple 


II27S 


Quirinal 


X1276 


Quirkish 


11277 


Quitacian 


X1278 


Quitamente 


X1279 


Quitapan 


1 1 280 


Quitclaim 


11281 


Quittable 


XI 282 


Ouittal 
Quittatice 


XI 283 


XI 284 


Quitreni 


1 1 285 


Quiver 


XI 286 


(^ivering 


XI 287 


Quixote 


1 1 288 


Quixotical 
Quizzical 


1 1 289 


XI 290 


Quizzing 


XI29I 
1 1 292 


(^odlihd 
Quoits 


XI293 


Quondam 


XI 294 


Quorum 


XI 295 


Quotidian 


XI 296 


RABA 


1 1 297 


Rabaisser 


XI 298 


Rabattue 


1 1 299 


Rabbinical 


1 1300 


Rabbinist 



QUA— BAI 

ftnarantiiie— aTn/Zntto/. 

In ^vent of quatantine 

Has been put into quarantine for dajrs 

Has been sent to -^— to perform quarantine 
ftuestioiL 

Out of the question 

No question about it 

What is the question 

Cannot reply to the question 

It is a very serious question 
aaiok. 

Be as quick as possible 

Will be as quick as possible 

Too quick 

Not quick enough 

Unless you are quick it is of no use 
ftuotation(s). 

What are present quotation(s) for 

Want lowest possible quotation(s) 

Tel^aph quotatton(s) for 

Want quotation(s) cost 

Want quotation(s) cost, and freight 

Want quotation(s) cost, freight, and insurance* 

Want quotation(s) free alongside at place of ^ip- 

Want quotation(s) f.o.b. [ment (forwarding) 

Your quotations are too high for my (our) purpose 

Not exceeding your last quotations 

Not below your last quotations 

May be seen from my (our) quotations 

I (we) have abready given quotation(s) [parties 

I (we) have already given quotation(s) to same 

What quotation's) have you given 

My (our) quotation(s) to was (were) 

Nominal quotation(s) 

Our quotations are quite up to the mark 

Quiet and firm at quotations 

Quotations cannot be given with any reliability 

Other quotations are higher 

Other quotations are lower 

During present condition of the market cannot 

At about former quotation(s) [give quotations 

If you can improve on previous quotation('s) 

Under the official quotation 

Over the official quotation 

The following are the latest quotations 

The following are the quotations of the various 
BAILWAT. [stocks and shares 

Railway station 

Delivered at railway station this end 

Delivered at railwav station your end 

What is the cost of railway carriage 



RAI— RAT 



227 



CodbNo 


CoDB Word 


11301 


Rabbitry 


1 1 302 


Rabble 


11303 


Babblement 


11304 


Rabdology 


"30s 


Rabid 


1 1306 


Rabotage 


11307 


Racanieau 


11303 


Racecourse 


11309 


Racehorse 


11310 


Racematian 


113" 


Racemic 


113" 


Racer 


^^3^3 


Raciness 


11314 


Racheter 


11315 


Rachidien 


1131^ 


Rachitique 


11317 


Racket 


11318 


Racketing 


11319 


Racking 


1 1320 


Rackrent 


11321 


Racoott 


11322 


Radeolite 


"323 


Radiance 


II3H 


Radiantly 


"3*5 


Radiation 


1 1326 


Radical 


11327 


Radicality 


11323 


Radicle 


11329 


Radish 


"330 


Radius 


"331 


Radoucir 


"332 


Raffle ' 


"333 


Rafter 


"334 


Raffenntr 


"335 


Raffinage 


"336 


Ragamuffin 


"337 


Rageful 


"338 


Raider 


"339 


Ragif^ly 


11340 


Ragman 


"341 


Ragoutant 


11342 


Raqrandir 


"343 


Ragstone 


"344 


Ragwort 


"345 


Raidillon 


"346 


RaiUr 


"347 


Railings 


11348 


Raiment 


"349 


Rainbow 


"350 


Rainwater 



UBSLwBj^^continued 

Free of railway carriage 

Railway carriage to your account 

Will go forward by railway 

Goes forward by railway to-night 

Too bulky to forward by lailway 

Make best arrangement possible with railway 

I (we) have no objection to pay railway carnage 

Has (have) no objection to pay railway carriage 

Instruct railway to deliver direct to imme- 

Bain. [dlately 

Great quantity of rain falling 

Was (were) shipped in the rain 

Cannot work on account of rain 

Cannot forward on account of rain 

Cannot ship on account of rain 

Cannot pack on account of rain 

Rain damaged 

During the rain 

The rain has done much good 

The rain has done a ^eat amount of damage 

The rain is now pouring down in ^ood earnest 

Every prospect of the rain continumg 

Every prospect of the rain continuing for some 



Rain much needed 
The rain has now commenced 
The rain has now passed over 
Owing to excess of rain 
Owing to scarcity of rain 
Rain at times 
Rainfall general 
Eate(s).— (See Prices— Quotations) 
At what rate 
At what rate can you 
What are the present rates offering 
At present, rates are very low 
At present, rates are very high 
At present, rates are moderate 
Rates are rising 
Rates are rapidly rising 
Rates are falling 
Rates are rapidly falling 
Rates are rising everywhere 
Rates are falling everywhere 
The rates are not sumcient 
Increase the rates 
Maintain present rates 
Raise the rates immediately 
Can you advance the rate(s) 
Raise the rates as soon as possible 
Hold out for top rates 

Q a 



[days 



228 



RAT 



COdbNo 
1352 

1353 

1354 

1355 

1356 

^357 

i35« 

1359 
1360 

1361 

1362 

1363 

1364 

1365 
1366 

1367 
1368 

1369 

1370 

»37i 
1372 

1373 
»374 

«375 
1376 

1377 

1378 

1379 
1380 

1381 
1382 

1383 

1384 

1385 
1386 

1387 
1388 

'389 

1390 

1391 
1392 

1393 
1394 

1395 
1396 

1397 
1398 

1399 
1400 



Code Word 

Rainy 

R<usable 

Raisimer 

Rajeunir 

Rakish 

Rakishtuss 

Ralingue 

RaUied 

Rallumar 

Rally 

Rallying 

Ramadan 

Ramasser 

Rambler 

Rambling 

Rameous 

Ramereau 

Ramhead 

Ramificate 

Ramify 

Ramifying 

Ramming 

Ramollir 

Ramoneur 

Rampallian 

Rampantly 

Rampart 

RampUm 

Ramrod 

Rancid 

Rancidity 

Rancidness 

Rancissure 

Rancorous 

Rancour 

Random 

Randsome 

Ranger 

Rangership 

Ranimer 

Rankle 

Rankling 

Rankness 

Ransack 

Ransacking 

Ratiter 

Rantipole 

Ranuncular 

Rapacious 

Rapacity 



Bate(B) — continued. 
Ixmer the rates 
Hold for lowest rates 
Cut down the rates immediately 
Reduce the rates to keep out opposition 
Take at any rate(s) 
Come at any rate(s) 
Go at any rate(s) 
Caused rate(s) to advance 
Rates at present may be taken as follows 
At enhanced rates 
Highest possible rate 
Flour in barrels at half rate for wheat 
Is (are) now exacting enhanced rates [rates 

Will probably lead to some improvement in our 
Rate(s) is (are) lower at your end than here 
Rate( s) is ^are) lower here than at your end 
Rate(s) is (are) the same here as with you 
At steady rates 
At usual rate(s) 
At same rate as 
At the rate agreed 
At same ratefs) — trying to improve 
At increased raters) 
At reduced rate(s) 
At the rate of 
At the rate of not less than 
At the rate of not more than 
The rate(s^ are too high 
The rate(s) are too low 
The rate(s) are suitable 

The rate(s) are at your discretion [scale) 

London and Baltic printed rates of freight( tonnage 

BlMk 8m and MadltanmnMa ratei of firticht (tonaaff* Mde) 

Baltic and Archangel rates of freight(tonnage scale) 
Bahia rates of freight (tonnage scale) 
Baltimore rates of freight (tonnage scale) 
Bengal rates of freight (tonnage scale) 
Bombay rates of freight (tonnage scale) 
French rates of freight (tonnage scale) 
Genoa rates of freight (tonnage scale) 
Leghorn rates of freight (tonnage scale) 
Lisbon rates of freight (tonnage scale) 
Madras rates of freight (tonnage scale) 
Malaga rates of freight (tonnage scale) 
Marseilles rates of freight (tonnage scale) 
New York rates of freight (tonnage scale) 
Quebec rates of freight (tonnage scale) 
Rio Grande do Sol rates of freight (tonnage scale) 
Trieste rates of freight (tonnage scale) 
Following may be considered as current rate(s) 



RAT-REA 



229 



CodbNo 

[401 
[402 

403 

404 

405 
[406 

407 

[408 

409 
:4io 

[411 

[412 

413 
[414 

415 
[416 

417 
[418 

[419 

[420 

[421 

[422 

423 
[424 

:42s 
[426 

[427 

428 

429 

430 
^431 
432 
433 
t434 

435 

436 

437 

438 

439 
440 

441 
442 

443 
■444 

445 
446 

447 
448 

449 
450 



Code Word 

Rapatrier 

Rapidemeni 

Rapidity 

Rapier 

Rappder 

Rapper 

Rapporteur 

Raptorial 

Rapture 

Rapturist 

Raquette 

Rarefiable 

Rarefied 

Rarefying 

Rareness 

Rarity 

Rascally 

Rasher 

Rashly 

Rashness 

Rarissime 

Raspberry 

Rasper 

Ratability 

Ratable 

Ratafia 

Ratchet 

Ratelage 

Ratepayer 

Ratifier 

Ratigar 

Ratio 

Rationally 

Ratissage 

Ratlines 

Ratsbane 

Rattening 

Rattle 

Ravage 

Ravaudc^e 

Ravelin 

Raven 

Ravenous 

Ravingiy 

Ravissant 

Rawness 

Rayless 

Rayonnant 

Reach 

Reaching 



Bat6(8) — continued. 

Endeavour to get higher rate(s) 

Endeavour to get lower rate(s) 

Unless you expect better rate(s) 

Unless at greatly increased rates 

Unless at greatly reduced rates 

Even if lower rate(s) 

Even if higher rate(s) 

Good rateFs) 

Good rate(s) and condition(s) 

Closing at best rate(s) obtainable 

Must not go beyond rate(s) quoted 

Have obtained your rate(s^ 

I ^we^ will accept the rate(s) 

I (we) cannot accept the rate(s) 

No inducement to pay advanced rate(s) 
BeaotioiL 

Reaction has set in 

Very little prospect of a reaction 

Wait for a reaction 

No use waiting for a reaction 
Bead. 

Read our telegram by the ABC code (4th Edition) 

Read our previous telegram as follows 

For read 

Beady. 

Telegraph what date you expect to be ready 

Telegraph me (us) when ready 

When will be ready 

Must be ready to (by) 

I (we) shall be ready 

The goods are now ready to be forwarded 

The goods will be ready to-morrow 

The goods will be ready in a few days 

The goods now ready waiting conveyance 

Subject to reduction if not ready by 

Have you any ready 

Have nothing ready yet 

Have about — - ready 

If no more ready 

Now ready 

Will it (they) be ready in time 

Will shortly be ready 

Will be ready in about 

Get ready by time I (we) anive 

Have everything ready 

Have everything ready to avoid delay on arrival 

Everything is ready 

Will have everything ready [avoiding delay 

Will have everything ready upon arrival, thus 

Will not be ready for some considerable time 



230 



REA— REC 



CodbNo 

453 
454 
455 
456 
457 
458 

459 
[460 

[461 

[462 

463 
[464 

465 
466 

[467 

468 

469 

470 

471 
[472 

473 

474 

475 
476 

477 
478 

479 
[480 

[481 
482 

483 
484 

^485 
486 

487 
488 

489 
490 

491 
492 

493 

494 

495 
[496 

497 
498 

499 

500 



Code Word 

Reachless 

Reactive 

Readable 

Readeption 

Reader 

Readership 

Readiness 

Reading 

Realgar 

Realistic 

Reality 

Realized 

Realm 

Realment 

Reanimate 

Reaper 

Rearward 

Reascent 

Reasoning 

Aecusemble 

Reasty 

Reave 

Rebaigner 

Rebander 

Rebeller 

Rebequer 

Rebiffer 

Reblanchir 

Reboation 

Reboire 

Rebarder 

Reboucher 

Rebound 

Rebounding 

Rebrousse 

Rebuff 

Rebuffade 

Rebuild 

Rebukable 

Rebuke 

Rebuking 

Rebus 

Rebutter 

Recall 

Recant 

RecantcUor 

Recanting 

Recaption 

Reccutifig 

Recede 



Seady — continued. 

Cannot be got ready in time 

When wholly unballasted and ready 

Wholly unballasted and ready 

Will be ready for sea in a few days 

As soon as ship is ready 
Beason. 

What is the reason 

There is no reason 

The reason is 

The reason given is 

There is reason to believe 

Do not know the reason 

For reasons already stated 

I (we) have eveiy reason to believe 
Beasonable. 

It is not reasonable 

Think it a reasonable offer (proposal) 

Must be a little more reasonable 
£ebat6.^See Cent) 

Must have a rebate 

No rebate can be allowed 

Usual rebate must be allowed 

Rebate allowed of 

Subject to usual rebate 

Subject to a rebate of 
Seceiye. 

Will you receive 

When shall I (we) receive 

When did you receive 

When do you expect to receive 

If you receive 

If you do not receive 

If I (we) receive 

If I (we) do not receive 

I ^we^ will receive 

I (we) will not receive 

You must (will) receive 

Do not receive 

I (we) expect to receive 

You will receive further 

Receive it on my (our) account 

Receive it on account of 

Will receive it ^them) on your account 

Will receive it (them) on account of 

Cannot receive it (them) on account 

Cannot receive it (them) until 

Cannot receive it (them) until to-morrow 
SeoeiTed. 

Have you received 

Has (have) not been received 



CodkNo Codb Word 



SOI 
502 

503 

504 

505 
506 

507 
508 

509 
S'o 
5" 
5" 
513 
SM 
S15 

S19 
520 

5" 
522 

5*3 

526 
527 

529 
530 
531 
53* 
533 
534 

535 
536 

537 
538 
539 
540 

541 
542 
543 
544 

545 
546 

547 
548 

549 

550 



Receding 

JRecelement 

jReceUur 

JReafei^ 

Reeeptade 

Rec^tary 

Reaption 

Recess 

Recession 

Recevair 

Rechampir 

Recharge 

Rechaud 

Recherche 

Rechoir 

ReddivaU 

Redpe 

Redpieni 

RedproccU 

RecircU 

Recision 

Recital 

RecitcUion 

Recitative 

Reckless 

Reckoner 

Reckoning 

Reclaimer 

ReclcLsp 

Recline 

Reclouer 

Recluse 

Recognitor 

Recoil 

Recoiling 

Recoinage 

Recoller 

Recommit 

Recompad 

Recompier 

RecotuHe 

Recondence 

Recondite 

Record 

Recording 

Recorder 

Recoucher 

Recoudre 

Recount 

Recoup 



REO 231 

^Bj60%vr%i,— continued. 
Has (have) not received . 
Has (have) been received 
Has (have) received 
Enclosure has not been received 
When was it (were they) received 
As fast as can be received 
To be received as fasi as can be delivered 

Not received as expected 

Very well received 

Very badly received 

Goods received 

Goods not received 

Have abready received 

Have not yet received 

Received with great enthusiasm 
Saeognise. 

Do not recognise 

Will not recognise 

Cannot recognise 

Cannot recognise any claim 

Cannot recognise any complaint 

Will recognise 

Win recognise claim if fair 

Will recognise complaint if just 
BeooUeot. 

Do you recollect 

Do not recollect 
Seomnmenoe. 

Recommence packing 

Recommence buying 

Recommence selling 

Recommence shippmg (forwarding) 

Will recommence soon as possible 

You must recommence immediately 

Do not recommence 

Cannot recommence for a few days 

Cannot recommence for a few weeks 
Secemmenoed. 

Have you recommenced 

If you have recommenced 

If you have not recommenced 

Have not recommenced 

Shall recommence on or about 

Have already recommenced 

Have already recommenced vour order(s) 

Have already recommenced snipping (forwarding) 

Have already recommenced packing 

Have already recommenced buying 

Have already recommenced selling 



23* 

CodbNo 

551 

5S» 

553 

554 

555 

556 

557 

558 

559 
560 

561 

562 

566 
568 

571 
572 

573 

574 

575 
576 

577 
578 

579 
580 

58' 

58^ 

583 

584 

58s 
586 

587 
588 

589 
590 
591 
592 
593 
594 

595 
596 

597 
598 

599 
[600 



BEO 



Code Word 

Recoupette 

Recourse 

Recouvrer 

Reeracher 

Recreancy 

Recreant 

Recreated 

Recreation 

Recrement 

Recrudency 

Recruit 

Recruiting 

Recruteur 

Rectangle 

Rectify 

Rectifying 

Rectiline 

Rectitude 

Rector 

Rectorial 

Rectorship 

Recuhation 

Recumbency 

Recumbent 

Recuperate 

Recur 

Recurrence 

Recursion 

Recurvate 

Recurvity 

Recusable 

Recusant 

Recusation 

Redact 

Redacteur 

Redarguer 

Rtdbreast 

Redcap 

Redcoat 

Redcross 

Redden 

Reddening 

Reddishly 

Redeem 

Redeemable 

Redemize 

Redemption 

Redescend 

Redevana 

Rtdevtnr 



BMomiiieiid. 

What does 



recommend 



Can you recommend 

Can vou recommend me (us) an agent (in — 

I (we) can safely recommend as agent(s) (in - 

I (we) have no one (nothing) to recommend 

I (we) recommend 

If vou recommend him (it~^them) 

I Mve) can recommend him (it — them) 

I (we) cannot recommend him (it — them) 

Do not recommend 

Can recommend you to 

Cannot recommend you to 

What would you recommend 

Would you recommend 

Have you any one specially to recommend 

I (we) have no one to specially recommend 
Eecompenaa 

What recompense shall I (we) get 

Very poor recompense 

No recompense 

The recompense offered is insufficient 

The recompense will be guaranteed 
EecoTer. 

What do you expect to recover 

Are you likely to recover 

Expect to recover the whole 

Expect to recover part 

Do not expect to recover anything 

Is (are) expected to recover 

Is (are; not expected to recover 

Do not recover 

You must recover 

If you can recover 

If you cannot recover 

You must recover if possible 

You must recover the insurance 

You must recover the damage 

You must recover the loss 

You must recover the cargo 

You must recover the ship 

You must recover the goods 

Cannot recover 

Cannot recover the insurance 

Cannot recover the damage 

Cannot recover the loss 

Cannot recover the cargo 

Carmot recover the ship 

Caimot recover the goods 
Aeoorered. 



> 



RE O — ^REF 



233 



CodbNo 

601 

1602 

603 

604 

605 

606 

:6o7 

608 

;6o9 

:6io 

611 

:6i2 

613 

[614 

615 
616 
[617 
618 
;6i9 
1620 
;62i 
:622 
623 
624 
625 
626 
627 
628 
[629 
630 
631 
632 

633 

634 

635 
636 

637 
638 

639 
640 

641 

642 

643 
644 

645 
646 

647 

648 

649 

650 



CoDB Word 

RedgUM 

Redhmd 

JRedhome 

Redifigote 

Redolence 

RedmiblatU 

Redouble 

Redoubling 

Redpole 

Redress 

Redshank 

Redstart 

Redtail 

Reducemmt 

Reducible 

Reductive 

Redundance 

Reduple 

Redwing 

Reed 

Reedless 

Reeling 

Refaucher 

Refection 

Refectory 

Referable 

Referment 

Refine 

Reftnetnent 

Refining 

Refitter 

Reflecting 

Refleurir 

Reflex 

Reflexible 

Rifllourish 

Refiow 

Refluent 

Refonder 

Reformado 

Reformer 

Reforming 

Reformiste 

Refouloir 

Refract 

Refraction 

Refractory 

Refragabls 

Refrainer 

Refrapper 



"ijeMnet^— continued 
Is (are) fully recovered 
All will be recovered 
A lar^e quantity recovered 
Nothing recovered 
Nothing likely to be recovered 
Very little recovered 
Very little likely to be recovered 

XrvytUac thai OM bt reeovwed mwl be nld br pablifl MMtiov 

Eveiything that can be recovered will be sold by 
Bedress. [public auction 

Have you no redress 

Will seek redress 

£nforce legal redress 

I (we) will have redress 

Redress will be given 

Redress refused 

Only redress open is by an action at law 
Badnotion. 

What reduction can be made 

Endeavour to get a reduction 

If you can make (get) a reduction 

If you cannot make (get) a reduction 

I (we^ can make (get) some reduction 

I (we) cannot make (get) any reduction 

Great reduction will be made 

Some reduction will be made 

Small reduction will be made 

No reduction can be made 
Befer. 

May I (we) refer to you 

To whom can I (we) refer 

Please refer to 

Refer to me (us) 

Refer to 



I (we) refer him (them) to you 

Would rather you not refer to me (us) 
Beference. 

With reference 

Without reference 

Without further reference 

Must have a reference 

Reference(s) given very unsatisfactory 

Reference(s) given first class 

Reference(s) given quite satisfactory 

The reference(s) given cannot be found 

The reference(s) given know(s) nothing of 
Befdsal. 

Cannot accept a refusal 

Do not accept a refusal 
Sefose. 



234 



xUiF— *REIi 



CodrNo 

651 
652 

653 
654 

^55 
656 

657 
658 

659 
660 

661 
662 
663 
664 
665 
:666 

:667 
668 
669 
670 
671 
672 

673 
674 

:67s 
676 

677 

[678 

679 

[680 

681 

682 

683 

684 

685 

686 

687 

688 

689 

690 

[691 

692 

693 
694 

695 
696 

697 

698 

699 

700 



CODB WOBD 

Refrenate 

Refresher 

Refret 

Refringent 

Refrogner 

Refroider 

Refuge 

Refuiqence 

Refund 

Refunding 

Refutable 

Refuted 

Regal 

Regalade 

R^alement 

Regality 

Regard 

Regardahle 

Rigardant 

Regardful 

Regatta 

Rigayoir 

Regency 

Regenerate 

Regent 

Regentess 

R^entship 

Regale 

R^icidal 

Regimen 

Regimental 

Regina 

Region 

Registrar 

R^lement 

Regnant 

Regpt^er 

R^ate 

Recession 

Regularity 

R^ulaUd 

Regulating 

Rq^ifie 

Regurgle 

Rehabiteur 

Rehearsal 

Rehearsing 

Rehausser 

Reigning 

Reimbody 



Beflite — eanHnued. 

Why do you refuse 

I am (we are) compelled to refuse 

Will refuse the goods (cargo) 

Refuse to receive the goods (caigo) 

Refuse to pay 

Refuse to take up 

Refuse to abide by 

Refuse to abide by the decision 

Captain refuses 

Charterer refuses 

Consignee refuses 

Consignees refuse to receive the cargo (goods) 

Charterers refuse to load the caigo (goods) 

Captain refuses to load the caigo (goods) 

Captain refuses to deliver the caigo (goods) 

Refuse to obey orders 
Beflued. 

Has it (have they) refused 

Has (have) been refused 

Has (have) not been refused 
Begard. 

With regard to 

Do not regard 

Without regard to 

With every regard to 

Will give no regard to 
Begister. 

Register in name of 

Register the immediately 

Has (have) lost register 

Obtain fresh copy of register 

Detain register 

Do not register 

Send copy of register as soon as possible 

Captain of has lefl his register behind, I 



we 



Register of by first post [send it first post 

Begistered.— (See Owners.) 

Who are the registered owners 

Is not registered 

Will be registered forthwith 

Cannot be re|;istered 

Is registered m names of -^- 

The letter should be registered 

The letter is registered 

The letter is not registered 
Bqeot. 

Reject it (them) 

Do not reject 

Compelled to reject the 
Belaz. 



BEL— REM 



235 



CodbNo 

f02 

f04 

ro5 
ro6 

f07 

fo8 

fo9 

10 

II 

12 

13 

IS 
16 

17 

18 

19 

20 

21 

'22 
23 

24 

25 
26 

27 

28 

29 

'30 
31 
32 
'33 
'34 

'35 
36 

'37 

^38 

'39 
r40 

r4i 

42 

^43 
'44 

'45 
f46 

'47 
48 

'49 
'50 



CoDB Word 

Reindeer 

Reinette 

Reinforce 

Reinless 

Reins 

Reinstall 

Reinstate 

ReinundaU 

Reinvest 

Reiterate 

Rejaillir 

Rejection 

Rejoice 

Refoidng 

Rejoinder 

Rejouer 

Rejuvenate 

RekindU 

Relachcmt 

Relanger 

Relapse 

Relapsing 

Relater 

Relations 

ReloHvdy 

Relax 

Relaxcdfle 

RdcucafU 

Relaxation 

Relaying 

Relegate 

Relent 

Relenting 

Relentless 

Relevant 

Relevation 

Reliance 

Relict 

Reliction 

Relievable 

Religion 

Relinquish 

Reliquary 

Relish 

Relishable 

Relocation 

Reluctant 

Reluisant 

Relumine 

Remacher 



"RjAkl— continued. 
Do not relax in your exertions 
Cannot relax 
Will not relax 
Will most probably relax 

Can you release 

If you can release 

Procure immediate release 

If you cannot release 

Get release 

Can I (we) release 

I (we) release 

You can release • 

I (we) cannot release 

Will release 

Will not release 

Release the cargo 

Release the ship 

Release the ship and cargo 

Release the cargo under bond (bsiX) 

Release the ship under bond (bail) 

Release the ship and cargo under bond (bail) 

Will not release the cargo 

Will not release the ship 

Will not release the ship and cargo 

Release not yet reached here 

Release is now on the way 
Beleased. 

Is (are) now released 

Ship is now released 

Cargo is now released 

Ship and cargo are now released 

Has (have) been released under bond (bail) 
Selianoe. 

What reliance can be placed in 

No reliance can be placed in 

Every reliance can be placed in 
Bely. 

I (we^ shall rely on you 

I ^we) shall rely that you endeavour to do better 

I (we) shall not rely on you [than you say 

You can rely on 

You can rely on me (us) 

Will rely on 

Do not rely on (others) 

Do not rely on me (us) 

I (we) can rely upon 
Bemain. 

How long am I (are we) to remain 

What is the latest I (we) can remain 



236 



KBM 



CodbNo 

175I 

1752 
1753 
1754 

I7SS 

1756 

1757 

1758 

1759 
1760 

1761 

1762 

1763 

1764 

1765 
1766 

1767 

1768 

1769 

1770 

1771 

1772 
1773 
1774 

1775 
1776 

1777 
1778 

1779 

1780 

1781 

1782 

1783 
1784 

1785 
1786 

1787 

1788 

1789 

1790 

1791 

1792 

1793 
1794 

1795 
1796 

1797 

1798 

1799 
1800 



CoDB Word 

Remand 

Remanent 

Remarkable 

Remarking 

Remblai 

Rembtuher 

Remediable 

Remedied 

Remediless 

Remedy 

Remedying 

xCememtferer 

Remigrate 

Remind 

Reminding 

Remissible 

Remission 

Remissness 

Remittent 

Remitter 

Remnant 

Remodel 

Remodelled 

Remolfen 

RemonUi^e 

Remordency 

Remorse 

Remorseful 

Remote 

Remotely 

Remoteness 

Remotion 

Remoucher 

Remounted 

Removable 

Removing 

Remplage 

Rempotage 

Remurmur 

Renard 

Renascent 

Renascible 

Renchert 

Rencounter 

Rendezvous 

Rendement 

Rendition 

Rendurcir 

Renegade 

Renewal 



Bemain — eontinued. 

Shall I (we^ remain 

Must remain until 

Remain until the question is settled 

Remain until I (we) arrive 

Remain as you are until further advice 

Cannot remain here any longer 

Do not remain 

You had better not remain longer 

You can remain until 

Can do nothing if I ^we) remain 

\^^ not remain any longer 

Evidently intends to remain 

Will probably remain some time 

Will probably remain until next tide 

Must remain until spring tides 
Remainder. 

Besides remainder 

Besides remainder to be sent 

What is to be done with remainder 

Must have remainder 

Nothing beyond remainder 

Nothing beyond remainder to be sent 

When win remainder be sent 

Remainder will be sent 

Must have the remainder at the latest 

Remainder at port of discharge 

Remainder by 

Remainder on right and true delivery 

Remainder could not be shipped 
Bemarkf. 

Referring to my (our) remarks in letter of 

Referring to remarks in your letter of 
Bemit 

What can you remit 

If you do not remit 

If you do remit 

Why do you not remit 

Remit by telegraph 

Remit here as soon as possible by post 

I (we) will remit 

I (we) remit 

I (we) remit by telegraph 

Will remit by first post 

Will remit to-morrow 

Will remit in a few days 

Cannot remit at present 

Remit at once unless better exchange expected 

Do not remit unless you can get better exchange 

I (we) will remit as soon as freight is encashed 

Remit as much as possible 



REM— REP 



237 



CodeNo 

II80I 

1 1 802 

1 1803 

1 1804 

1 1 805 

1 1806 

1 1807 

1 1808 

1 1 809 

II8I0 

II8II 
II8I2 

II8I3 

II8I4 

II8I5 
1I8I6 
II8I7 
II8I8 

II8I9 
1 1820 
II82I 
II822 

II823 

1 1824 

11825 
ZI826 
II827 
1 1828 

1 1829 
XI 830 

II83I 

1 1832 

"833 
1 1 834 

"835 

1 1836 
"837 

1 1838 

1 1839 

1 1 840 
II84I 
ZI842 

1 1843 

1 1844 

1 1 84s 

1 1 846 

1 1847 

1 1 848 

II849 

1 1 850 



CoDB Word 
Renewedly 

Renitency 

Renounce 

Renovate 

Renovation 

Renown 

Rentable 

Renta^ 

Renter 

ReniroU 

Reordain 

Repadfy 

Reparation 

Repartee 

Repass 

Repasture 

Repeat 

RepealabU 

Repeater 

Repellent 

Repentance 

Repented 

Repercer 

Repetition 

Repercuss 

Repertory 

Repetend 

Rtpine 

Repining 

Replant 

Riplatrage 

Replenish 

Replete 

Repletion 

Replevied 

Replevy 

Replier 

Replicant 

Repliquer 

Repolish 

Reportable 

Repose 

Reposing 

Repository 

Repousser 

Reprehend 

Reprelude 

Represent 

Repress 



Semittenee(B). 
What Temittance do you require 
What remittance is sent 
Increase your remittance(s^ 
Send remittance's) immediately 
Send remittance's) at once to cover 
Remittance(s) is (are) required 
When can I nve) rely upon remittance 
Remittance(s) is (are) due, to which please attend 
You may rely upon receiving remittance 
Remittance seni by mail 
Remittance(s) sent to-day 
You must not rely upon receiving remittance 
No remittance(s) received yet 
Usual remittance(s) is (are) required 
Usual remittance(s) is (are) sufficient 
At present I (we) have no means of remittance 

Enclosing remittance for J^ [from here 

The remittance mentioned in your letter of 

SemnneratiTe. [not to hand 

It is not remunerative 
It is not remunerative enough 

Sender. 

Render your account immediately to date 
Render your account up to Christmas 
Render your account up to Lady Day 
Render your account up to Midsummer 
Render your account up to Michaelmas 
Do not render 

Senew. 
I (we) authorise you to renew 
Will you renew 
Renew your orders with ■ 
Cannot renew our orders 
Cannot renew 
Will not renew his (their) orders 

Eepair(s). — (See Ship's Gear, &c) 
What will be about the cost of repairs 
Are repairs to be done here 
Are repairs to be done here, estimated cost J^ 
Cost of repairs will be about 
Repairs will be necessaiy upon arrival 

Delay repairs until arrives 

Get everything ready for repairs to 

Can repairs be done at (your port) 

Get on with repairs immediately 

Now under repairs 

Unfit for repairs 

Repairs will be finished 

Get all necessary repairs done 



238 



KBP 



CodbNo 

852 

853 

854 

855 
856 

857 
858 

859 
860 

861 

862 

863 

:864 

86s 

866 

867 

868 

869 

870 

871 
872 

873 
874 

875 
876 

877 
878 

879 
880 

881 

882 

883 

884 

:88s 
886 
[887 
888 
[889 
890 
[891 
892 

893 
894 

89s 
896 

897 
898 

899 
900 



GoDB Word 

Repression 

Repressing 

Reprieve 

Reprieving 

Reprtnuind 

Reprint 

Reprinting 

Reprisal 

Reproach 

Reprobate 

Reprobe 

Reproduce 

Reproof 

Reprouver 

Reprovable 

Reproving 

ReptUe 

Republican 

Repudiator 

Repugnanu 

Repulse 

Repulsive 

Reputable 

Reputation 

Repute 

Requester 

Requiem 

Requicken 

Requietory 

Requisite 

Requital 

Reredos 

Rescind 

Rescission 

Rescribe 

Rescript 

Rescuable 

Rescue 

Rescuing 

Research 

Reseat 

Resemble 

Resented 

Resentful 

Resentment 

Reservate 

Reservedly 

Reservoir 

Residence 

Residing 



B^Tftfiiisy-continued. 

Will require extensive repairs 

Repairs must be done in an effective manner 

Repair only sufficient to 

Repairs will cost more than the property is worth 

While under repair 

In order to undergo repairs 

Repairs required are trifling 

Repairs are not likely to tsdce more than — - days 

Repairs will take about days 

Expect repairs will be finished by 

Will have to dock for repairs 

Will have to come into harbour for rq>airs 

Will have to discharge for repairs 

Will have to partly discharge for repairs 

Will not have to discharge for repairs 

Can repairs be done without dischaige 

Is it absolutely necessary to dischaige for repairs 

Will go on the ways for repairs 

Repairs cannot be done here 
* Do not repair 

Temporary repairs only can be done here 

Has proceeded after repairs 

Have you commenced the repairs 

How are you getting on with the repairs 

When will you commence the repairs 

When will you finish the repairs 

If you have commenced the repairs 

If you have not commenced the repairs 

If you have finished the repairs 

If you have not finished the repairs 

Have you finished the repairs 

Not yet commenced the repairs 

Have commenced ^he repairs 

Have got on with the repairs as &r as 

Will commence the repairs 

Will finish the repairs 

Have finished the repairs 
Bepaired. 

Will be repaired immediately 

Can be repaired here (at ) 

Cannot be repaired here 

Can be repaired by diverts) 

Must be repaired to enable her to proceed 

Damage is rep^aired 

Has been repaired and is now reloading 

Has been repaired and despatched to 

Will be provisionally repaired and proceed as soon 

Must go to to be repaired [as possible 

After having been repaired 

Must be repaired in your port 



REP 



*39 



CodbNo 


CODEWORD 


1 1 901 


Residuary 


1 1902 


Resignani 


1 1903 


Resinous 


1 1904 


Resistible 


1 1 90s 


Resistive 


Z1906 


Resolute 


1 1907 


Resolution 


11908 


Resolvable 


1 1909 


Resolvent 


11910 


Resonant 


11911 


Resorted 


11912 


Resource 


"913 


Respect 


11914 


Respectful 


"915 


Respersion 


11916 


RespirabU 


X1917 


Respirated 


Z1918 


Respire 


11919 


Responding 


11920 


Respond 


1192X 


Responsive 


1 1922 


Responsory 


1 1923 


Restaurant 


1 1924 


Restful 


1 1925 


Restiffen 


1 1926 


Resting 


11927 


Restituted 


1 1928 


Restless 


XI 929 


Restlessly 


1 1930 


Restorable 


II931 


Restoring 


1 1932 


Restrain 


"933 


Restricter 


"934 


Restringe 


"935 


Resultant 


1 1 936 


Resulting 


"937 


Resumable 


11938 


Resume 


"939 


Resumption 


II 940 


Resupinate 


11941 


Retablir 


II 942 


Retainable 


"943 


Retainer 


"944 


Retaliate 


"945 


Retarding 


1 1946 


Retention 


"947 


Rttersage 


1 1948 


Reticence 


"949 


Reticular 


11950 


Retiform 



VjeipBini-^eontinuedi 

Not to be repaired 
Bepeat 

Can you repeat 

If you can repeat 

If you cannot repeat 

I (we) can repeat 

I (we) cannot repeat 

Do not repeat 
Beplaoed. 

Can it (they) be replaced 

Can be replaced without expense (loss) 

Can be replaced with little expense (loss) 

Cannot be replaced 

Cannot be replaced unless with great expense 

Must be replaced immediately 

Must be replaced as soon as possible 

Will be replaced as soon as possible 

Will be replaced in a few days 
Eeply. 

Reply immediately by ABC code (4th edition) 

Reply by letter 

Have you any reply from (about) 

Have no reply yet 

I (we) wait your reply 

Why don't you reply to 

Why don't you reply to my (our) enquiry 

I (we) cannot reply yet 

Cannot reply for a few days 

Unless I (we) have a reply 

Wait reply 

Please wire reply to my ^our^ letter of 

Please wire reply to my (our) telegram of 

Your reply will be considered strictly confidential 

Reply not understood, repeat if important 

Subject to reply in 24 hours 

Subject to reply in 2 days 

Subject to reply in 3 days 

Subject to reply in 4 days 

Subject to reply in 5 days 

Subject to reply in 6 days 

Subject to reply in 7 days 

Subject to reply by 

Subject to immediate reply by wire 

Immediate reply required 

Must have definite reply by 

No reply by — will be considered as negative 

No reply by — will be considered as affirmative 

neaae reply to this and our preTious tele«,nun immediately 

I (we) will reply what I (we) intend doing 
The reply is satisfactory 



24a 



KBP— BEQ 



CodbNo 
952 

953 

954 

955 

956 

957 
958 

959 
[960 

961 

962 

963 
964 

965 
966 

967 

968 

969 

970 

971 

972 

973 
974 

975 
976 

977 
978 

979 
980 

981 

982 

983 
984 

985 
986 

987 

988 

989 

990 

991 

992 

993 
994 

995 
996 

997 
998 

999 
2000 



CoDB Word 

ReHnue 

Retired 

Retirement 

Retomber 

Retort 

Retorting 

Retracing 

Retracted 

Retraction 

Retreat 

Retreating 

Retrench 

Retfibute 

Retriever 

Retrocede 

Retroflex 

Retrogade 

Retrospect 

Rrtrovert 

Reunion 

Reuniting 

Revaloir 

Revancher 

Revealed 

Revealing 

Revelation 

Revetment 

Revelry 

Revenant 

Revenge 

Revengeful 

Revenging 

Reverence 

Reverently 

Reverie 

Reverse 

Reversible 

Reversion 

Reverseau 

Reverttue 

Revibraie 

Revigorate 

Reviling 

Revisory 

Revival 

Reviving 

Retfocable 

Ra^ocation 

Revoke 

Revolt 



T^^lj^^-continued 

The repljr is not sadsfactoxy 

I (we) will reply 

When you reply please specify 

Reply paid 
Beport 

Send copy of report 

When will the report be out 

No report published 

Report not yet to hand 

On arrival of ^ please send report 

Please send report every market oay 

Please send report daily 

Please send report weekly 

Please send report monthly 

Report if there is any change or novelty 

Your usual market report not to hand 

No change to report 

Do not report 

No further report 

The report is utterly false 

The report is quite correct 

The report is favorable 

The report is unfavorable 

Market report 

A report is started here to-day 

The report is spreading rapidly 

Is the report true respecting 

If the report is confirmed 

The report has been contradicted 

The report has been substantiated 

The report is very doubtful 

The report is not believed 

The report current with you is true 

Shall I ^we) contradict the report 

Contradict the report immediately 

If possible trace the author of the report 

The report sprang from 

I (we) cannot trace the source of the report 
Beported. 

It is reported 

Previously reported 

To be subsequently reported upon 
Sequeit 

At your request 

At request of 

Request captain — to 

Your request will be attended to 

Your request cannot be allowed 

The request is unreasonable 

In good request 



REQ— RES 



241 



CodbNo 


Code Word 


Bequest— ^v;i//>r«A/. 


laooi 


Revolting 


Not in request 


12002 


Revolver 


In moderate request 


12003 


Revolving 


In less re(}uest 


12004 


Revulsion 


Continue in good request 


12005 


Retvarded 


Require. 


12006 


Rhapsody 


Requires stripping to be remetalled 


12007 


Rhitoric 


What do you require 


12008 


Rheumatic 


How much (many) do you require 


12009 


Rhinoceros 


When will you require 


12010 


Rhyme 


Require no more 


1 201 1 


Rhymsfer 


Do not require 


120x2 


Ribaldry 


Do you require any more 


12013 


Ribbon 


Will no doubt require 


1 2014 


Ribgrass 


Bequired. 


12015 


Ribless 


When will it (they) be required 


12016 


Richland 


Will not be required for a few days 


12017 


Richness 


Will not be required for some time 


12018 


Rickety 


Will not be required now 


12019 


Ricochet 


Required immediately 


12020 


Riddance 


Have everything done that is required 


1 202 1 


Rider 


Bequirements. 


12022 


Riddle 


Can you supply our present requirements 


12023 


Riderless 


Cannot supply your present requirements 

^F y V * * * 1 * 


12024 


Ridicule 


I am (we are) m a position to supply your require- 


12025 


Ridiculous 


Present supplies are beyond requirements [ments 


12026 


Ridinghood 


Present supplies are not equal to requirements 


12027 


Rifleman 


Requirements are not met 


12028 


Rifely 


Will probably meet requirements 


T2029 


R^adoon 


Every prospect of large requirements 


12030 


Righteous 


Besenre. 


1 203 1 


Rightful 


Can you reserve 


12032 


Rigidity 


I ^we^ can reserve 


12033 


Rigidness 


I (we) cannot reserve 


12034 


Rigmarole 


If I (we) reserve 


"035 


Rigorous 


If you reserve 


12036 


Rimosity 


If you do not reserve 


12037 


Rincon 


Reserve room in first steamer for 


12038 


Ringdove 


Reserve room in first sailing vessel for 


12039 


Ringer 


Reserve room for 


12040 


Rir^enu 


Reserve your order(s) for the present 


1 2041 


Ringlet 


Reserve your sales for the present 


12042 


Ringworm 


Reserve your deliveries for the present 


12043 


Rinsing 


Bespeotable. [^highly respectable 


12044 


Riparian 


The person(s^ you mentioned is (are) considered 
The person(s) you mention is (are) not considered 


12045 


Ripeness 


12046 


Ripper 


Not very respectable [respectable 


12047 


Rippling 


Not considered respectable 


12048 


Risibility 


Besponrible. 


12049 


Rissoler 


Are very responsible people 


12050 


Ritual 


I (we) must hold ycu responsible 

R 



242 



RES— RET 



CodbNo 

3051 
2052 

2053 
2054 

2055 

2056 

2057 

2058 
2059 
2060 
2061 
2062 
2063 
2064 
2065 

2066 
2067 

2068 

2069 
2070 
2071 
2072 

2073 

2074 

2075 
2076 
2077 
2078 
2079 
2080 
2081 
2082 

2083 

2084 

2085 
2086 
2087 
2088 

2089 
2090 
2091 
2092 

2093 
2094 
:209s 

2096 
2097 
2098 
2099 
2100 



Code Word 

Ritualist 

Riv€Ury 

Rivalship 

Riverain 

Riverhead 

Riveted 

Rivulet 

Roach 

Roadster 

Ro€Ldway 

Roaming 

Roarer 

Rotating 

Robinet 

Robust 

Robustness 

Rocaille 

RocksaU 

Rockwork 

Rodomont 

Roebuck 

Rogation 

Roisterer 

Roiielet 

RolUall 

Roller 

Rollicking 

Rolling 

Romancer 

Romantic 

Romping 

Rondache 

Rondeau 

Rondement 

Rongeani 

Rooflet 

Rookery 

Rooted 

Roofing 

Roofless 

Roominess 

Ropewalk 

Ropiness 

Roquentin 

Rosaceous 

Rosary 

Roseate 

Rosemary 

Rosewater 

Rosewood 



Sasponsible — continued, 

I (we) cannot be responsible 

Hold the owners responsible for 

Hold the shippers responsible for 

Hold the consignee responsible for 

Hold the manufacturers responsible for 

I ^we) hold myself (ourselves) responsible 

I (we) consider him (them) responsible 

Who will be responsible 

Will be responsible 

Will not be responsible 

Must be held responsible 

You will be held responsible 

Give formal notice to hold him (them) responsible 

Is (are) to be held responsible fresponsible 

Have given formal notice holding him (them) 

Is (are) not to be held responsible 

Ship -not to be responsible for 

Ship not to be responsible for dissolution or decay 

Ship not to be responsible for dust or wastage 
Setult. 

What is the result 

Telegraph me (us) result 

What may be the result 

Will telegraph the result as soon as possible 

The result is very disappointing 

The expected result 

Has (have) arrived at no result 

Final result not yet known 

The result is most disastrous 

The result is very satisfactory 

The result is very annoying 

Communicate the result to 

The anticipated result must be avoided if possible 
Setum. 

What return will be made 

No retlun will be made 

Must have a return, or the business falls through 

When do you return 

Will return to-night 

Will return to-morrow 

Will return in a few days 

Shall I (we) retimi 

If I (we) return 

If you return 

If you do not return 

Return as soon as convenient 

Earnestly entreat you to return 

Return immediately 

You need not now return 

Do not return 



RET— ROO 



243 



CodbNo 
2101 

3102 
2103 
a 104 
2105 
2106 
2107 
2108 
2109 
2II0 
2II1 
2II2 

2II3 
2II4 

2115 

2I16 

2II7 

2118 

2II9 

2120 

2121 

2122 

2123 

2124 

2125 

2126 

2127 

2128 

2129 

2130 

213I 

2132 

2133 
2134 

2135 
2136 

2137 
2138 

2139 
2140 

2141 

2142 

2143 
2144 

2145 
2146 

2147 

2148 

2149 

2150 



CODB WOKD 

Rosiness 

Rostrum 

Rotated 

Rotating 

Rotatiofi 

Rottenness 

Rotunda 

Rotundity 

Rougeaud 

Roughcast 

Roughened 

Roughheivn 

Roughly 

Roughness 

Roughshod 

Rouiade 

Roulement 

Roulette 

Roundelay 

Rounders 

Roundhead 

Roundhouse 

Rounding 

Roundness 

Roundstone 

Roundwood 

Rousing 

Routine 

Roving 

RowdUfle 

Rowlock 

RoyalisM 

Rubber 

Rubbing 

Rubescent 

Rubicund 

Rubific 

Rubric 

Rubricaie 

Ruddy 

Rudeness 

Rudiment 

Rurfully 

Ruffian 

Rt^fianism 

Ruffler 

Rugged 

Rt^edness 

Rugosity 

Ruinate 



Betnm — continued. 

Return it (them) to 

Has had to return on account of 
Bevolution. 

Revolution is expected 

Revolution has broken out here 

Revolution has broken out in ^— ^ 

Revolution continues 

Revolution is quelled 

All alarms about a revolution have ceased 
Beward. 

Do you think it advisable to offer a reward 

I ^we) think it advisable to offer a reward 

I (we) do not think it advisable to offer a reward 

Reward of jQ offered for apprehension of 

No reward offered 

Offer a reward of £ 

Buk(s) 

Am I (are we) running any risk 

Do you think there is any risk 

If there is any risk 

If there is no risk 

I ^we) do not think there is zny risk 

I (we) think there is a serious risk 

At your risk 

At shippers risk 

At my (our) risk 

There is no risk 

The risk is too great 

The risk is not great 

There is a great risk 

If you take all risks 

If I (we) take all risks 

Can get nobody to take the risk 

Cannot accept the risk 

Will accept the risk 

If it can be done without risk 

At ships risk 

All risks 

The risks were in common 

Without slightest risk of mishap 
Boad(s). 

On the road to . 

Now on the road 

Has arrived in the roads 

Has arrived in the roads, will dock next tide 
Boom. 

Secure room in the -^— for 

Reserve room for 

Has (have) tons room 

What room have you left in 

R 2 



244 



BOO— SAF 



CodbNo 

2151 
2152 

2153 
2154 
2155 

:2i56 

2157 
3158 

2^59 
2160 

2x61 

2162 

2163 

2164 

2165 

2166 

2167 

2168 

2169 



ro 
I 

'2 

'3 

'4 

'5 
r6 

7 



21 

21' 

21 

21' 

21 

21 

21 

21 

21 

21 

2180 

2181 

2182 

2183 

2184 

2185 

2186 

2187 

2188 

2189 

2190 

2191 

2192 

2193 
2194 

2196 
2197 
2198 
2199 
2200 



CODB WOBD 

Rulabk 

Ruleless 

Ruling 

Rumbling 

Ruminant 

Rumination 

Rummage 

Rumple 

Runagate 

Runcation 

Rundlet 

Runnel 

Ruptured 

Rural 

Ruralness 

Rurality 

Ruralize 

Rushing 

Rushlight 

Russeting 

Rustic 

Rustteated 

Rusticity 

Rustling 

Ruthless 

Ruttish 

Ryegrass 

SABAISM 

Sabalera 

Sabanero 

Sabbath 

Sabbatical 

Sabiamente 

Sabianal 

Sable 

Sabliere 

Sablanner 

Sabotier 

Sabatiler 

Sabrenas 

Sabretache 

Sabulous 

Sacabala 

Saccade 

Saccharine 

Sacaforme 

Sacerdotal 

Sachd 

Sackage 

Sackbut 



Boom — continued. 

Telegraph to what spare room is available 

What room can you spare 

I (we) will require tons room 

Spare me (us) all the room you can in 

Will hvn ton* room after diidiars* at your port 

Will havs -~- torn room allMr dlwharic at yoor port \ 4o jonr iMtto nenTC 

cuio 

Botten. 

The goods delivered in rotten condition 

The goods are rotten 

Thoroughly rotten 
Etul 

Made a quick run 

Made a poor run 

Run on shore 

Has run aground 

Has ^have) not run off well 

Has (have) run off well 

Run It (them) all off without reserve 

Has been run into while at anchor 

For the run out and home 
Bun down. 

Has been run down by 

Has been run down by a British ship 

Has been run down by a foreign ship 

Has been run down and sunk 

Reported run down [vessel 

Has (have) had the misfortune to run down a 
SACBiriCE. 

Shall I (we) make a sacrifice 

Can only be done at a sacrifice 

Sell at once, even at a sacrifice 

Buy at once, even at a sacrifice 

It was done at a great sacrifice 

Has been done at a great sacrifice 

Do not make an unnecessary sacrifice 

Have made an unnecessary sacrifice 

Must be done without sacrifice 

If it can be done without sacrifice 

Do not sacrifice 

Must be done at any sacrifice 
Safe. [safe 

To what extent do you consider it (him — them) 

Shall I (we) be s£^ 

I (we) consider it (him— them) safe to the extent 

You will be quite sa'e [of 

Thoroughly safe 

Is it ^are they) quite safe 

It is (they are) quite safe 

It is (they are) not safe 

Think it is (they are) safe 



SAF-SAI 



245 



CodbNo 

12201 
12202 
12203 
12204 
X2205 
12206 
12207 
12208 
12209 
12210 
12211 
12212 
12213 
12214 
12215 
12216 
12217 
i;?2i8 
12219 
12220 
12221 
12222 
12223 
12224 
12225 
12226 
12227 
12228 
12229 
12230 
12231 
12232 
12233 
12234 
12235 
12236 
12237 
12238 
12239 
12240 
12241 
12242 
12243 
12244 
12245 
12246 
12247 
12248 
12249 
12250 



Code Word 

Sackcloth 

Sacking ' 

Sacrament 

Sacrate 

Sacredly 

Sacredness 

Sacrifice 

Sacrilege 

Sacripant 

Sacristan 

Sadden 

Scuidening 

Saddlebag 

Saddler 

Saddletree 

Sadiron 

Sadly 

Sadness 

Safeguard 

Safeness 

Saffron 

Sagacious 

Sagacity 

Sagamore 

Sagely 

Sagement 

Sageness 

Sagging 

SagincUe 

Sagittaire 

Sagittary 

Sagoutier 

Sagrado 

Saignant 

SaHlant 

Sainbois 

Sainted 

Scuntement 

Saintlike 

Saintship 

Salad 

Saladilla 

Salaison 

Salatnandcr 

Salaried 

Salary 

Salchicha 

Salebrous 

Salesman 

Saiicoque 



Safe — coftiinued. 

Do not think it is (they are) safe 

Anything but safe 

Will it be safe (to) 

It will be quite safe (to) 

It will not be safe (to) 

Do you think I am (we are) safe in holding 

Think you are quite safe in holding 

Do not think you are safe in holding 
Safely. 

Safely arrived here 

Safely arrived at — ^-. 

If it can be safely done 

If it cannot be safely done 

Can safely proceed to 
Sail(8). 

Sails blown to pieces 

Will have to get new sails 

When will the sail 

Is not yet ready to sail 

Do not sail until 

Do not sail until you receive further advice 

Sail immediately 

Will sail as soon as wind and weather permits 

Will sail as soon as fog clears off 

Will sail earliest possible moment 

Will sail next tide 

Will sail to-day 

Will sail this afternoon 

Will sail to-morrow morning 

Will sail to-morrow afternoon 

Will sail day after to-morrow 

Expected to sail in a few days 

Expected to sail on the 

Expected to sail next Sunday 

Expected to sail next Monday 

Expected to sail next Tuesday 

Expected to sail next Wednesday 

Expected to sail next Thursday 

Expected to sail next Friday 

Expected to sail next Saturday 

To sail on or before 

To sail not later than 

To sail not earlier than 
Sailed.— (See Ports) [will she sail 

Has — sailed, if not, what is the cause and when 

The — is (was) detained on account of — but will 

Sailed this morning for [(did) sail on the — 

Sailed this afternoon for 

Sailed yesterday for 

Sailed on Sunday for 



246 



SAI-SAL 



CodrNo 

2251 
2252 
2253 

2254 

2255 

2256 

2257 

2258 

2259 

2260 
2261 
2262 
2263 
2264 

2265 

2266 
2267 

2268 

2269 
2270 
2271 
2272 

"73 
2274 

227s 

2276 

2277 

2278 

2279 

2280 

2281 

2282 

2283 

2284 

2285 

2286 

2287 

2288 

2289 

2290 

2291 

2292 

2293 

2294 

2295 

2296 

2297 

2298 

A 2 299 

12300 



CODB WOBD 

ScUicame 

Salient 

Saliferaus 

SaiifiabU 

Salify 

SaJigrum 

Saligaud 

ScUinatum 

Saline 

Salineness 

Salini/arm 

SaHssani 

Salitrado 

Salivary 

Salivated 

Sallowness 

Sally 

Sallyport 

Salmon 

Salobral 

Saloon 

Salpicon 

Salsereta 

Saltant 

Saltation 

Saltatory 

Saltbox 

Salterio 

Saltish 

Saltmarsh 

Saltmine 

Saltness 

Saltspring 

Salttoater 

Saltworks 

Salubrious 

Salubrity 

Salutary 

Salutation 

Saluter 

Solvable 

Salvation 

Salvatory 

Salve 

Sambuke 

Sameness 

Samlet 

Samphire 

Sampler 

Sanable 



Sailed — continued. 
Sailed on Monday for 
Sailed on Tuesday for 
Sailed on Wednesday for 
Sailed on Thursday for 
Sailed on Friday for 
Sailed on Saturday for 

Not MiWd M pnHoiuly advlMd ( 

Bailingt. 

Telegraph me (us) all sailings from your port to — 
Telegraph me (us) all sailings from your port to this 



, (nriac to bad wcatbar. 



bat vni 
[•oobmU 



'PilHinh DM (u) all wUlngi of ray (our) 



ftiNB yowr port 



Keep me (us) well advised of sailings from your 

No sailings to report (port 

I (we) beg to advise the following sailings 

I (we) beg to advise the following sailings to your 
Sailon.— (See Crew) LP^^ 

8ale(s) 

Have you commenced the sale(s) 

How are you getting on with the sale(s) 

When will you commence the sale(s) 

When will you finish die sale(s) 

If you have commenced the sale(s) 

If you have not commenced the ssde(s) 

If you have finished the sale(s) 

If you have not finished the sale(s) 

Have you finished the sale(s) 

Not yet commenced the sale(s) 

Have commenced the sale(s) 

Have got on with the sale(s) as far as 

Will commence the sale(s) 

Will finish the sale(s) 

Have finished the sale(s) 

For sale of 

When is (are) the sale(s) to take place 

Will be for sale to-day 

Will be for sale to-morrow 

Will be for sale next Monday 

Will be for sale next Tuesday 

Will be for sale next Wednesday 

WiU be for sale next Thursday 

Will be for sale next Friday 

Will be for sale next Saturday 

Will be for sale in a few days 

Will be for sale shortly 

Sale(s) does (do) not come on until 

There are no public sales to-day 

Public sale(s^ will commence 

Public sale(s) commenced to-day 

Public sale(s) take(s) place every three months 

Public 8ale(8) takc(s) place every two months 



SAL 



247 



CodeNo 

2301 
230a 

2303 
2304 
2305 

2306 

2307 
2308 
2309 
2310 

23II 
2312 

2313 
2314 
2315 

2316 

2317 
2318 

2319 

2320 

2321 

2322 

2323 
2324 

2325 

2326 

2327 
2328 

2329 

2330 

2331 

2332 

2333 

2334 

2335 
2336 

2337 
2338 

2339 
2340 

2341 
2342 

2343 
2344 

2345 
2346 

2347 
2348 

2349 
2350 



Code Word 

SanahilUy 

Sanamenie 

Sanative 

Sanatory 

SancHfier 

Sanctify 

Sanctimony 

Sanction 

SancHtude 

Sanctuary 

SandcU 

Sandaraque 

Sandbank 

Sandblind 

Sandboy 

Sandhill 

Sandifiess 

Sandiver 

Sandlewood 

Sandpaper 

Sandpit 

Sandstone 

Sandivich 

Sandwort 

Sandy 

Sangfroid 

Sanglade 

Sangloter 

Sanguify 

Sanguinary 

Sanguine 

Sanity 

Sanscrit 

Sansonnet 

Santalier 

SantaHne 

Sapajou 

Sapfiil 

SapMque 

Sapidity 

Sapienu 

Sapless 

Sapling 

Saponace 

Saponary 

Saponify 

Saponine 

Saporous 

Sapotille 

Sapper 



Sale(8) — continued. 

Public salc(s) take(s) place every month 
Public sale(s) take(si place every fortnight 
Public sale(s) take(s) place every week 
Public sale(s^ ta]:e(s) place twice a week 
Public salens) take(s) place three times a week 
Public sale(s) take(s) place nearly every day 

Mott of tiM poblio talw 1um« bean pottponed la ogtMeqaciMM ofthfl wcaUicr 

The public sales establish a reduction of 

The public sales establish a rise of 

Sale^s^ is (are) put off 

Sale(s) is ^are^ very bad 

Salens) is (are) very flat 

Salem is (are^ very good 

Salens) is (are) very moderate 

Sale(s) is (are) very inactive 

Sale(s^ is ?are) improving 

Sale(s) is (are) much better 

Public sales have passed ofif at firm prices 

Sales are increasing 

Sales are declining 

Telegraph all sales you have made 

Sales to-day amount to 

Sales this week amount to 

Sales this month amount to 

Sale(s) has (have) been made of 

Reported sales are as follow 

Sales have been made of small parcels 

Sales have been made of large parcels 

Large receipts have made sales difficult 

Last sales were made from to 

The sale is very uncertain 
No sales of interest to report 
Have no sales to advise 
There is no sale here (for ) 

Among the aJw more dinelly bMiing on Uiit market we mention 
Amonc the wle* more dircoUy bearing on market we mention 



Stop sala(s) until further notice 

Go on with the sale(s) 

Force sale if necess£uy 

I (we) confirm sale of 

None for sale at present 

Now for private sale 

Now for public sale 

Recommend prompt sale 

Recommend immediate sale of the cargo 

Withdrawn from private sale 

Withdrawn from public sale 

Sale of 

For sale of 

What are the conditions of sale 



248 



SAL-SAM 



CODENo 

2351 
2352 

2353 

2354 
2355 
2356 
2357 

2358 

2359 

2360 

2361 

2362 

2363 
2364 

2365 

2366 

2367 

2368 

2369 

2370 

2371 
2372 

2373 
2374 
2375 

2376 

2377 
2378 

2379 

2380 

2381 

2382 

2383 
2384 

2385 

2386 

2387 
2388 

2389 

2390 

2391 
2392 

2393 
2394 
2395 

2396 

2397 
2398 
2399 

2400 



Code Wobd 

Sapphirine 

Sappintss 

Saquebute 

Saracen 

Sarampion 

Sarcasm 

Sarcasnums 

Sarcastic 

Sarcenet 

SarcUur 

Sarcaiite 

Sarcology 

Sarcoma 

Sarcophagy 

Sarcotique 

Sarciage 

Sardonic 

Sardonical 

Sargiicta 

Samtcntose 

Sartcnada 

Sash 

Sashment 

Scusafrcu 

Sassenage 

Satanique 

Satchel 

Satellite 

Satiable 

SatiaU 

Satiety 

Satinet 

Satire 

Satirical 

Satirist 

Satirize 

Satisfier 

Satrape 

Saturable 

Saturate 

Saturation 

Saturnalia 

Saturnist 

Satyriqut 

Sauce 

Sauc^boat 

Saucepan 

Saucily 

Sauciness 

Saugrenu 



Sale(8) — continued. 
Conditions of sale are as follows 
Conditions of sale forwarded by first post 

OondltloM ofMk vlll be lU w aw leil m kmb m po«lbte 

Send account sales soon as possible 
Send account sales by first post 
Account sales sent by first post 
Account sales will be sent to-morrow 
Account sales will be sent in a few days 
Account sales will be sent as soon as possible 
Proceeds of sale forwmxied by Consul to Board 

Saleable. [of Trade 

Is it (are they) saleable 
It is (they are) very saleable at present 
It is (they are^ very saleable at all times here 
It is (they are) not saleable at present 
It is (they are) not saleable at any time here 
It was (they were) not saleable 

Salvage. 
Will there be a salvage 
Have arrangements been made for salvage 
There will be a salvage 
No salvage recoverable 
Salvage recoverable is very small 
Salvage recoverable is very considerable 
Cannot judge amount of salvage at present 
Salvage agreement 

Salvage fixed at of the \ alue recovered 

Without agreement for salvage 

Claim salvage at once 

Claim salvage on life 

Claim salvage on cargo 

Claim salvage on life and caigo 

Claim salvage on the vessel 

Claim salvage on the vessel and cargo 

Claim salvage on lives, vessel, and cargo 

Have made salvage claim 

Too late to claim salvage 

Salvage to be determined by arbitration 

Salvage to be determined by Court of Admiralty 

very little hopci of ialTi«e, •• boeto cannot approaob the wrtek 

Are raeoTCiiac salTege, bat dumld bad ireet he r eet ln,tlie hull will not hoM 

•ntlouK 

Salvage is progressing favorably 
Salvage of the cargo is being attended to 
Same. 

Is it (are they) the same 

It is (they are) just the same (as) 

It (they) will be all the same 

It is (they are) not the same (as) 

The same as 

The same as before 



SAM— SAT 



249 



CTodbNo Code Word 



I 2401 


Saumoneau 


12402 


Saunter 


12403 


Sauntering 


12404 


Saupiquet 


12405 


Saurian 


12406 


Sausage 


12407 


Sautelle 


12408 


Sautereau 


12409 


Sautillant 


1 2410 


Sauiageon 


I24II 


Savage 


I24I2 


Savageness 


1 2413 


Savaniasse 


1 2414 


Saveloy 


12415 


Savingly 


12416 


Savonnage 


I24I7 


Savory 


I24I8 


Savourily 


I24I9 


Sawbones 


12420 


Satvdust 


1 242 1 


SawmiU 


12422 


Sawny 


12423 


Sawpit 


12424 


Saivyer 


12425 


Saxon 


12426 


Saxonist 


12427 


Sayakria 


12428 


Saying 


12429 


Sazonada 


12430 


Scabbard 


1 2431 


Scabbiness 


12432 


Scabellon 


12433 


Scabrous 


12434 


Scaffold 


12435 


Scagliola 


12436 


Scalade 


12437 


Scaldhead 


12438 


Scalding 


i«439 


Scaled 


12440 


Scalene 


12441 


Scaliness 


12442 


Scallop 


12443 


Scalped 


12444 


Scalloping 


"445 


Scalping 


12446 


Scamper 


12447 


Scamperir^ 


12448 


Scandal 


12449 


Scandalize 


12450 


Scandalous 



Same — continued. 

The same quality (character) as 

Very nearly the same 
8aiiiple(8). 

Send average sample (s) 

Is (are) not equal to 8ample(s) 

Must be equal to samplers) 

Must see the sample(s) 

Would like to see the sample(s) first 

Have samples properly secured and sealed 

Equal to sample(s) 

Sample is inferior 

An inferior sample 

A first class sample 

Send another sample 

Send duplicate sample(s) 

Cannot obtain sample(s) 

Cannot obtain another sample 

Equal to Sample No. 

The samplers) not to hand 

The sample(s) has (have) arrived 

Sample(s^ will be sent by first post (train — str.) 

Sample(s) will be sent as soon as possible 

Sample(s) sent per post 

Samplers) sent per express 

Samplers) sent per train 

Send an assortment of standard samples 

The only sample sold 

The following samples have been sold 

The dark state of the weather has interrupted the 
SatiBfiMtion. inspection of samples 

Very little satisfaction to be obtained 

To the satisfaction of 

To the satisfaction of owners (captain) 

To the satisfaction of receivers (consignees) 

To the satisfaction of senders (shippers) 

It (they) gave great satisfaction 



It (they) gave no satisfaction 
itisnu}! 



SatisfiMtory. 
Take care that quality is satisfactory 
Take care that weight (measure) is satisfactory 
Take care that quality, weight (measure) is satis- 
Very satisfactory [factory 
Not at all satisfactory 
It will be very satisfactory 
Is the present parcel (shipment) satisfactory 
Was the last parcel (shipment) satisfactory 
The parcel ^shipment) is very satisfactory 
The parcel (shipment) is not satisfactory 
In every way most satisfactory 

Satisfied. 



2 so 



SAT-SAV 



CODBNo 

2451 
2452 
2453 

2454 

2455 
2456 
2457 
2458 

2459 

2460 
2461 
2462 

2463 
2464 

2465 

2466 

2467 
2468 

2469 

2470 
2471 
2472 

2473 
2474 
2475 

2476 
2477 

2478 

2479 

2480 

2481 
2482 

2483 
2484 

2485 

2486 

2487 

2488 

2489 

2490 

2491 
2492 
2493 
2494 

2495 
2496 

2497 

2498 

2499 

2500 



Code Wobd 

Scanning 

Scant 

Scantily 

Scantiness 

Scantling 

Scap^oat 

Scap^ace 

Scapcfncnt 

Scapular 

Scar 

Scaramouch 

Scarceness 

Scarecrow 

Scarfing 

Scar/skin 

Scarifier 

Scarious 

Scarlatina 

Scarless 

Scarlet 

Scarper 

Scat^ous 

Scatheless 

Scathful 

Scathing 

Scatter 

SccUtering 

Scaturient 

Scavenger 

Scenery 

Sceniail 

Scenogrqph 

Scented 

Scentless 

Sceptical 

Sdpticism 

Sceptre 

Schedule 

Schematist 

Scheming 

Schism 

Schismatic 

Scholar 

Scholastic 

School 

Schoolboy 

Schooldame 

Sch&olgirl 

Schooling 

Sciagraphy 



BBtisfLei^cimtinued, 

Are you satisfied 

If you are satisfied 

If you are not satisfied 

I am (we are) satisfied 

I am (we are) not satisfied 

Is ^are^ satisfied 

Is (are) not satisfied 

Is (are^ not satisfied with 

Is (are) satisfied with 

Demand is now satisfied 

Demand is not yet satisfied 

Personally satisfied with quality [(measure) 

Personally satisfied with quality and weight 
Saturday. 

On Saturday morning 

On Saturday evening 

During Saturday 

During Saturday night 

Last Saturday 

Next Saturday 

Last Saturday week 

Next Saturday week 

Every Saturday 

Every other Saturday 

Every second Saturday 

Every third Saturday 

Every fourth Saturday 

First Saturday in the month 

Second Saturday in the month 

Third Saturday in the month 

Fourth Saturday in the month 

Last Saturday in the month 
Sayed.—- (See Crew— Cargo) 

Has anything been saved, telegraph particulars 

Nothing (can be) saved 

Nobody (can be) saved 

Will probably be saved 

Vessel saved 

Everything saved 

Everybody saved 

Everybody saved by life boat 

Everybody saved by rocket apparatus 

The greater part of the cargo will be saved 

Very little expected to be saved 

Telegraph list of the saved 

Following is (are) saved 

The following saved by life boat 

The following saved bv rocket apparatus 

man (men) savea 

Nothing fiirther can be saved 



SAV— SEA 



251 



CodbNo 

2501 

2502 

2503 
2504 
2505 

3506 

2507 

3508 
2509 
2510 

25II 
2512 

2513 
2514 
25IS 

2516 

2517 

2518 

2519 

2520 

2521 
2522 

2523 

2524 
2525 

2526 

2527 
2528 

2529 
2530 
2531 
2532 

2533 
2534 

2535 
2536 

2537 

2538 

2539 
2540 

2541 

254a 

2543 

2544 

2545 
2546 

2547 
2548 
2549 
2550 



Code Wosd 

Sdatical 

Scima 

Scientific 

Scimitar 

ScintiUer 

Sciolist 

Sdonuuhy 

Scion 

Scissors 

Sclavonic 

Sclerotic 

Scoffer 

Scoffin^y 

Scolding 

Sconce 

Scoqper 

Scooping 

Scopulous 

Scorbutic 

Scorcher 

Scorching 

Scordium 

Score 

Scorious 

Scomer 

Scornful 

Scorning 

Scorpion 

Scotch 

Scotchman 

Scotograph 

Scotomy 

Scottering 

Scotticism 

Scottish 

Samndrd 

Scour 

Scourger 

Scouted 

Scouting 

Scowled 

Scowlingly 

Scrabble 

Scragged 

Scrambled 

Scrambling 

Scrapbooh 

Scraper 

Scratches 

Scratching 



Saved — continued. 

All crew and passengers saved 
SoaiM. 

Is (are) very scarce 

Is (are) not scarce 

Is (are) sure to be scarce 

Is (are) becoming veiy scarce 

Remains very scarce 

Buyers are scarce 

Sellers are scarce 

Enquirers are scarce 

Continues scarce and in demand 

Is (are) now very scarce 
Scaroity. 

There is great scarcity of 

There is no scarcity of 

Should a scarcity arise 
Scarcely. 

Scarcely an3rthing doing 

Orders coming forward very scarcely 

Shipments coming forward very scarcely 

Goods coming forward very scarcely 

Scarcely time yet 

Scarcely any to be found 

Scarcely any to be heard of 
Screw.— (See Ship's Gear, &c) 

Screw carried away 

Have lost screw 

Screw blades broken 

One of screw blades broken off 

Two of screw blades broken off 

Three of screw blades broken off 

Four of screw blades broken off 
Scuttled. 

Has been scuttled 

Is reported to have been scuttled 

Scuttied in consequence of fire 
SeaKm. 

During the season 

During next season 

During last season 

Early m the season 

About the middle of the season 

Towards end of the season 

Last season 

This season 

Next season 

Too early (earlier) in the season 

Too Ute (later) in the season 

Season will commence early 

Season will commence late 



252 



SEA-SEC 



€3odeNo Codr Wobd 



2551 
2552 

2553 
2554 
2555 
2556 

2557 

2558 

2559 
2560 

2561 

2562 

25^3 
2564 

2565 
2566 

2567 
2568 

2569 

2570 

2571 
2572 

2573 
2574 

257s 
2576 

2577 

2578 

2579 
2580 

2581 

2582 

2583 

2584 

258s 
2586 

2587 
2588 

2589 
2590 

2591 
2592 

2593 
2594 

2595 
2596 

2597 
2598 

2599 
2600 



Scrawl 
Scrawlish 
Screakir^ 
Scream 

Screaming 

Screecher 

Screechcwl 

Screioed 

Scribbler 

Scribbling 

Scribe 

Scrippage 

Scriptural 

Scrivener 

Scrofula 

Scroll 

Scrollwork 

Scrubby 

Scruple 

Scrupulous 

Scrutable 

Scrutation 

Scrutinous 

Scrutiny 

Scud 

Scudding 

Scuffle 

Scufflit^ 

Sculk 

Sculkimr 

Sculkap 

Scullery 

Scullion 

Sculptile 

Sculptor 

Scummer 

Scurf 

Scurfiness 

Scurrility 

Scurrilous 

Scurvily 

Scurviness 

Scutiform 

Scythe 

SeabanJk 

Seaborn 

Seabound 

Seafaring 

Seagirt 

Seahorse 



» • 1 1 1 1 1 ;4 1 t^ . I 



Season- continued. 

Season will dose eaily 

Season will do«e late 

Season has now 

Season is now in ftiU swing 

Season is now at an end 

For early shipment in the season 

Average quality of the season 

Order to hand too late for this season 

Goods to hand too late for this season 

Perfectly useless for this season 

May do for next season 

I.et me (us) have it (them) early in the season 

Last season's shipment 

This season's shipment 

Next season's shipment 

The wet season is now upon us 

The stormy season is now upon us 

The dry season is now upon us 

1 he season opens propitiously 

The season opens unfavorably 

Prospects of season good 

Prospects of season bad 

Prospects of season a fair average 

Should this prove a wet season 

ShouM this prove a dry season 

Should this prove an average season 

The season is too far advanced 

llie season is too far advanced for such a quantity 

The season is not sufficiently advanced 
Seaworthy. 

Is seaworthy 

Certainly not seaworthy 

Has been condemned as not seaworthy 

Is perfectly seaworthy 
Secure. [can secure 

What are the most favorable terms on which you 

Is it ^are they^ quite secure 

It is (they are) quite secure 

It is (they are) not secure 

Secure it (them) immediately 

He is (diey are) secure 

Cannot secure any 

Cannot secure any more 

Are you secure 

Can you secure 

You must secure 

If I (we) can manage to secure the business 

If you can secure 

If you cannot secure 
I (we) can secure 



:odbNo 

2601 
2602 
3603 
3604 

2605 

2606 
2607 

2608 

2609 
2610 
26II 
2612 

2613 

2614 

2615 

2616 
2617 

2618 

2619 
2620 
2621 
2622 
2623 
2624 
2625 

2626 
2627 

2628 

2629 
2630 

2631 

2632 

2633 
2634 
263s 

2636 

2637 

2638 

2639 

2640 
2641 
2642 

2643 

2644 

2645 

2646 

2647 
2648 

2649 

2650 



CODB WOKD 

Seakale 

Seal 

Sealing 

Seamanship 

Seamless 

Seamster 

Seamstress 

Seamy 

Seance 

Searcher 

Searchable 

Searching 

Searchless 

Searedness 

Seasick 

Seaside 

Seeuanage 

Seasoner 

Secutare 

Sealed 

Seaward 

Sebaceous 

Sebifere 

Secamenie 

Secateaur 

Secede 

Seceding 

Secernent 

Secession 

Sechement 

Seclude 

Sedudifig 

Seclusion 

Secondary 

Seconding 

Secouement 

Secourable 

Secretary 

Secrete 

Secretion 

Sectarian 

Sectary 

Sectile 

Section 

Sectioned 

Sectionize 

Secular 

Secularize 

Securement 

Secureness 



SEP 

Secure — continued, 
I (we) cannot secure 
I am (we are) secure 
Will secure 
Do not secure 

Secure the following immediately 
Secure all you can 
Secure the cargo (goods) 
Secure the cargo (goods) offering 
Secure all available cargo 
Secure the ordcr^s^ 
Secure the order(s) offering 
I (we) can secure about 
I (we) cannot secure anything for 
Secure the vessel 
Secure the vessel offering 
If you secure the goods 
If you secure the freight 
If you secure the order(s) 
If you secure the vessel(s) 
If you do not secure the goods 
If you do not secure the freight 
If you do not secure the order(s) 
If you do not secure the vessel(s) 
I (we) can secure the goods 

10 



253 



we) can secure the freight 
can secure the order(s 
we) can secure the vessel(s) 



I ^we) cannot secure the gooas 

I (we) cannot secure the A-eight 

I ?we) cannot secure the order(s) 

I (we) cannot secure the vessel(s) 
Seoured. 

Have you secured 

Have secured 

Have not secured 

What have you secured 

Nothing has been secured 

Are you secured 

I am (we are) secured 

I am (we are) not secured 

You are secured 

You are not secured 

It has (they have) been secured for 

It has (they have) been secured for you 

Securea before your advice reached me (us) 
Seeurity. 

What security can you offer 

What security do you hold 

What security am I (are we) to have 

Obtain best security possible 



254 



SEO-SEE 



CodbNo 

2651 

2652 

2653 

2654 

2655 
2656 

2657 

2658 

2659 

2660 

2661 

2662 

2663 

2664 

2665 

2666 

2667 

2668 

2669 

2670 

2671 

2672 

2673 

2674 

2675 

2676 

2677 

2678 

2679 

2680 

2681 

2682 

2683 
2684 
2685 
2686 
2687 
2688 
2689 
2690 
2691 
2692 
2693 
2694 
2695 
2696 
2697 
2698 
2699 
2700 



CODB Word 

Sedadera 

Sedan 

Sedately 

Sedateness 

Sedative 

Sedentary 

Sediment 

Sedition 

Seditious 

Sedlitz 

Seduisant 

Sedulity 

Sedulous 

Seedcake 

Seedling 

Seedness 

Seedsman 

Seedtime 

Seeker 

Seeming 

Seemliness 

Seership 

Seesaw 

Seether 

Sefatian 

Segment 

Segnitude 

S^egate 

Sddomness 

Seledness 

SeUnical 

Selenniate 

Selfish 

Sdfness 

Selfsame 

Sellador 

SelletU 

Seltter 

Sehfotiqui 

Semaille 

Semaphore 

Semblance 

Semblative 

Semhrador 

Semesirid 

Semibreve 

Semicircle 

Semicolon 

Semillant 

Semifluid 



Security — continued. 

Endeavour to obtain material security 

Must have security for at least jQ 

Must give sufficient security 

Must have some approved security 

Retain all possible security 

Will give satisfactory security 

I (we) shall have good security 

Have obtained good security (up XojQ ) 

I (we) hold good security 

I (we) have not security 

I (we) have given the necessary security 

has (have) given the necessary security 

The security I (we) hold is ample 

The security I (we) hold is not sufficient 

Security offered not good enough 

Must have better security 

Without sufficient security 

Must decline security offered 

No probability of obtaining security 

Security offered will be accepted 

Security offered is accepted 

The security is all in order 

Please see (him— them) immediately 

I ^we^ hope to see 
I (we) will see 
See buyers 
See captain 

See manu&ctuxers (producers — suppliers) 
See owners 

See receivers ^consignees) 
See shippers (charterers — senders) 
See sellers 
Can you see 
Can see 
Do not see 
Cannot see 
If you see-^— 
If — ^ sees you 
If you can see your way 
If you cannot see your way 
Cannot clearly see my (our) way 
Seeking. 

Is (are) here seeking freight 

Is (are) here seeking consignment 

Is (are) here seeking orders 

Is ^are) here seeking business 

Is (are) here seeking to oppose you 

Is (are) here seeking to oppose me (us) 

Nothing here (at ) seeking 



SEE— SEL 



255 



CodbNo 

2701 
2702 
2703 
2704 
2705 
:a7o6 
:27o7 
:27o8 
12709 
2710 
2711 
2712 
2713 
2714 

2715 
2716 

2717 

2718 

2719 

2720 

272X 

2722 

2723 

2724 

^725 
2726 

2727 

2728 

2729 

2730 

2731 
2732 

2733 
2734 

2735 
2736 

2737 

2738 

2739 
2740 

2741 
2742 

2743 
2744 

2745 
2746 

2747 
2748 

2749 
2750 



CoDB Word 

Seminarist 

Seminary 

Semination 

Semiquaver 

Semitone 

Seminude 

Semiped 

Semitigue 

Semolina 

Sempitemo 

Sempstress 

Senary 

Senate 

Senatorial 

Senderear 

Seneschal 

Senile 

Senility 

Senior 

Seniority 

Senolear 

Sensated 

Sensation 

Sense 

Sensefull 

Senseless 

Sensement 

Sensibly 

Sensific 

Sensitive 

Sensorium 

Sensory 

Sensual 

Sensuality 

Sensuously 

Sentence 

Sentential 

Sentient 

Sentiment 

Sentinel 

Sentry 

SepaJous 

Sparable 

Separatist 

Separement 

S^ibU 

Seposition 

SeptcMgle 

Septenary 

Septennial 



]— continued. 
Has (have) sent 



out seeking 
seeking 



Had better go to — 
Send to seeking 

D66I1* 

Have you seen 
Have not yet seen 

fwe^ have seen 

we ) have seen the buyens 

[we) have seen the captain [suppliers) 

we) have seen the manufacturers (producer — 

we) have seen the owners 

we) have seen the receivers (consignees) 

(we) have seen the shippers (charterers 

(we) have seen the sellers [senders) 

Has (have) not yet been seen 
Is reported as having been seen 
Have not yet seen the goods 
Has (have) not been seen since 
Seise. 

Seize immediately 

Seised. 
Is there any risk of ( ) bein^ seized 
If there is any risk of ( ) bemg seized 
If there is not any risk of ( ) being seized 
There is a great risk of ( ) being seized 

There !• « rUk of ( ) bdnf wised, bat not prolMble 

There is no risk of ( ) being seized 

Is ^are) liable to be seized 

Is (are) liable to be seized and confiscated [board 

The is seized, having contraband goods on 

The is seized, crew caught smuggling 

The — ^ is seized, captain caught smuggling 

The is seized under Admiralty warrant 

Will be seized 

Vessel and cargo seized [bond 

Vessel and cargo seized by holders of bottomry 
The goods have been seized 
Vessel seized 

Vessel seized by holder of bottomry bond 
Sell 
Do not sell 

Do not sell free on board 
Do not sell cost and freight 
Do not sell cost freight and insurance 
Do not sell ex ship 
Do not sell ex quay 
Do not sell to arrive 
Do not sell ex vessel off the coast 
Can you sell 
Can you sell free on board 



256 






SEL 


CodbNo 


Code Woid 




12751 


S^ptfoU 


Can you sell cost and freight 


i27Sa 


S^piiddd 


Can you sdl cost freight and insurance 


"753 


Septkilv 


Can you sell ex ship 


"754 


S^ptiqut 


Can you sell ex quay 


""1 
13756 


&pion 


Can you sell ex vessel off the coast 


Septuagitit 


Can you sell to anive 


"757 


S^lupU 


Ifyou can sell 


"758 


Stpukhre 


If you can sell free on board 


"759 




If you can sell cost and freight 


13760 




If you con sell cost freight and insurance 


13761 


Sa/uadiy 


If you can sell ex ship 


13762 




If you can sell ex quay 


13763 


Sequd 


If you can aell ex vessel off the coast 


12764 


Segueme 


If you can sell to arrive 


"76s 


Sequential 


If you cannot sell 


12766 


Sequester 


If you cannot sell fi«e on board 


13767 


Sequestrai 


If you cannot sell cost and freight 


i>768 


Seraglio 


If you cannot sell cost, freight, and insarance 


12769 


Seraph 


If you cannot sell ex ship 


13770 


SerapkiaU 


If you cannot sell ex quay 


13771 


Seraphim 


If you cannot sell ex vessel off the coast 


11773 


Serangi^t 


If 


you cannot sell to arrive 


13773 


Seraneeur 


I( 


we) can sell 


12774 


Seranmr 


I 


we) can sell free on board 


"775 


Sermade 


I 


we) can sell cost and freight 


13776 


Serenely 


M 


we) can sell cost freight and insurance 


13777 




I 


we) can sell ex ship 


13778 


Serfage 


!■ 


we) can sell ex quay 


12779 


Serfdom 


I( 


wel can sell ex vessel off the coast 


11780 




n 


we) can sell to arrive 


13781 


Seriame^ 


I 


we) cannot sell 


1278a 


Series 


I 


we) cannot sell free on board 


'3783 


Serieoie 


I 


we) cannot sell cost and freight 


12784 


Seringat 


I 


we) cannot sell cost freight and insurance 


12785 


Serinette 


I 


we) cannot sell ex ship 


12786 


Seriously 


I 


we) cannot sell ex quay 


13787 


Sermon 


I. 


we) cannot sell ex vessel off the coast 


12788 


SermcniaU 


ii 


we) cannot sell to arrive 


12789 


Sermoniu 


At 


what price can you sell 


12790 


Servsify 


At what price and what quantity can you sell 


12791 


SerperU 


Shall I (we) sell 


12792 


Serpetiiitu 


May I (we) seU at 


"793 


Serpetiitms 


At what price may I (we) seU 


12794 


Serpigo 


At what price and quantity may I (we) sell 


13795 


SerpQkt 


Can sell at 


13796 


Serpulean 


Can you sell any more 


"797 


Serrated 


Can you sell any more at same price 


12798 


Serrement 


Can you aell at a fair profit 


12799 


Serrulate 


Can sell more at same price 


13800 


Sertissure 


Ca 


n most probably sell 



SEL 



257 



CodbNo 
rSox 
(802 
r8o3 
2804 
2805 
2806 
2807 
2808 
2809 
2810 
2811 
2812 
2813 
2814 
2815 
2816 
2817 
2818 
2819 
2820 
2821 
2S22 
2823 
2824 
2825 
2826 
2827 
2828 
2829 
2830 
2831 
2832 

2833 
«834 

2835 
2836 

2837 

2838 

2839 

2840 

2841 

2842 

2843 
2844 

2845 
2846 
2847 
2848 
2849 
2850 



CODB WOBD 

Servant 

Serviceable 

Serviette 

Servile 

SefvUity 

Servingly 

Servitor 

Servitude 

Sesamoide 

Sesgadura 

Session 

Sestilla 

Setaceous 

Setigerous 

Seton 

Setter 

Settlement 

Settler 

Severally 

Severance 

Severe 

Severity 

Sevreuse 

Sewage 

Sewer 

Sewster 

Sexagenary 

Sexagesima 

Sexangular 

Sexennial 

Sextant 

Sextile 

Sextoness 

Sextonship 

Sextuple 

Sexual 

Shabbily 

Shabby 

Shackle 

Shackling 

Shaddock 

Shade 

Shadiness 

Shading 

Shadowy 

Shagginess 

Shaggy 

Shaker 

Shakiness 

Shallow 



Sell — continued. 
Cannot sell any more at same price 
Can only sell at a loss 

Please authorise me (us) to sell as best I (we) can 
Shall I (we) sell for your account 
Can sell at a fair profit 
Can sell at a great profit 
Can sell at but very little profit 
Sell as you think best (to the best advantage) 
Sell or hold as you consider best 
Sell at a profit only 

Sell at an increase of per cent on invoice 

Sell at a reduction of per cent, off invoice 

Sell on samples 

Sell immediately 

Sell laigely 

Sell sparingly 

Sell just enorgh to keep the market down 

Sell without reserve 

Sell by tender if possible 

Sell by public auction 

I (we) can sell better here 

Do not sell by public auction 

Sell with all faults 

You may sell 

Sell free on board 

Sell cost and freight 

Sell cost freight and insurance 

Sell ex ship 

Sell ex quay 

Sell ex vessel off the coast 

Sell to arrive 

Sell on arrival without delay 

Sell at my (our^ limits 

Sell at the invoice price 

Sell at current market price 

Sell if you cannot do better 

Sell if any improvement 

Cannot sell as you wish 

Cannot sell at your limits 

OMiiiot «11 »t Tonr limlti, loirer prieei oflhrliiff on Um BMrinl 

Cannot sell without having sample(s) 
Cannot sell at present 
Strongly advise you to sell immediately 
If you cannot sell at my (our) limit, telegraph offer 
If you sell, telegraph 
Do not sell just yet 

Do not sell on any account until further advice 
Do not sell at less than 
What quantity have you to sell 
Send particulars of what you have to sell 
8 



258 



SEL-SEN 



CodbNo 

2851 
2852 

2853 

2854 
285s 

2856 

2857 

2858 
2859 

2860 
2861 
2862 
2863 
2864 

2865 
2866 
2867 
2868 
2869 

2870 
2871 
2872 

2873 

2874 
287s 

2876 

2877 
2878 

2879 

2880 

2881 

2882 

2883 

2884 
2885 
2886 
2887 
2888 
2889 

2890 
2891 
2892 

2893 

2894 

2895 

2896 

2897 

2898 
2899 
2900 



Code Word 
Shamanism 
Shambles 
ShambHng 
Shame 
Shamefaced 
Shameless 
Shammer 
Shamming 
Shampoo 
Shamrock 
Shanty 
ShapabU 
Shapeless 
Shapely 
Sharebeam 
Sharer 
Shark 
Sharpen 
Sharpining 
Sharpness 
Shattery 
Shave 
Shaveling 
Shawl 
Sheaf 
Shearing 
Shearman 
Sheathe 
Shecklaton 
Shed 
Shedding 
Sheeny 
Sheepcot 
Sheepfold 
Sheepish 
Shetpwalk 
Sheetling 
Shelf 
Shellfish 
SheUwork 
Sheltering 
Shelving 
SliemiOc 
Shepherd 
Sherbet 
S/ienff 
Shielded 

Shielding 

Shifter 

Shiftless 



Sell — continued 

When do you intend to sell 

I (we) intend to sell 

Will have to sell with all faults 

Will sell as soon as possible 

Will most probably sell 

Would readily sell here 

Will probably sell better 

Would sell well just now 

Think it (they) will sell well 
' Think it (they) will sell poorly 

Producers (holders) evince more anxiety to sell 

May I («•) mU at ollicn an nportc^ nIUbc •( Udt piiot 

Must sell promptly 

Must sell promptly to avoid further loss 

Shall I (we) sell the damaged cargo 

Sell the damaged caigo without delay 

Do not sell any of the cargo until 

Do not sell anything 

I (we) cannot sell the damaged caigo 

I (we) cannot sell anything 

Cancel my (our) orders to sell 
Sellen. 

Sellers are firm 

Sellers are giving way 

Sellers must give way 

Caused sellers to advance rates 

Sellers want to stop 

Sellers want to stop goods in transitu 

Refer your sellers to 
Sellixig. 

Is (are) selling at 

Stop selling 

Have stopped selling for the present 

Very little selling now 

Very great quantity selling now 

At what price(s) are you selling 

Selling at good price(s) at present 

Selling at bad price(s) at present 

Continue selling 

Continue selling steadily, trying to improve prices 

Are selling smartly 

Are selling languidly 

Are selling cautiously 

Prefer you selling, but if you cannot succeed de- 
Send. [liver to 

Can you send 

May I (we) send 

Shall I (we) send 

If you can send 

If you cannot send 



SEN 



259 



CodbNo 


Code Word 


Send — eontinueeL 


12901 


Shingles 


I ^we^ can send 


12902 


Shining 


I (we ) will send 


12903 


Shipshape 


I (we) cannot send 


12904 


Shirtless 


— • intend(s) to send 


12905 


Shivering 


Send at once 


12906 


Shocking 


You may send 


12907 


Shoddy 


Do not send 


12908 


Shoeblack 


Send it (them) to (care of) 


12909 


Shoehorn 


How shall I (we) send 


12910 


Shoeless 


Do not send until 


12911 


Shoetie 


Do not send unless 


12912 


Shoesmith 


You are not to send 


12913 


Shopkeeper 


Could send you 


12914 


Shoplifter 


Send without fail by to-night's post (first mail) 


12915 


Shopman 


Send at earliest opportunity 


12916 


Shopping 


Send per steamer 


12917 


Shorten 


Send per sailing vessel 


12918 


Shortening 


Send reply to my (our) last telegram 


12919 


Shorthand 


Where am I (are we) to send the — 


12920 


Shortlived 


Send the immediately to — — 


12921 


Shortness 


To send 


12922 


Shouting 


Please send it immediately 


12923 


Shovel 


Please send substitute immediately 


12924 


Shovelling 


Please send a new immediately 


12925 


Showbread 


Sending. 


12926 


Showbill 


I (we) propose sending 


12927 


Shower 


Are you sending 


12928 


Showiness 


I am (we are) sending 


12929 


Shrapnel 


I am (we are) sending all we possibly can 


12930 


Shredding 


I am (we are) sending as little (few) as possible 


12931 


Shrew 


You are sending too freely 


12932 


Shravdness 


You are sending too spanngly 


12933 


Shnek 


You are sending too fast 


"934 


Shrieking 


You are sending too slowly 


"935 


Shrievalty 


Have no means of sending 


12936 


Shrill 


I am (we are) sending the to your port (town) 


"937 


Shrillness 


What are you sending 


12938 


Shrimper 


Cease sending 


12939 


Shrine 


Advise sending 


12940 


Shrinker 


Sending immediately 


12941 


Shrovetide 


Sending first opportunity 


12942 


Shrubbery 


Please suspend sending ofT 


"943 


Shrubless 


Recommend sending a competent person imroe- 


12944 


Shrug 


Sent [diately 


"945 


Shrunken 


Have you sent 


12946 


Shudder 


Have sent 


12947 


Shuddering 


Have not sent 


12948 


Shuffle 


Will be sent 


12949 


Shuffling 


Will be sent as soon as possible 


12950 


Shunt 


To be sent to 
s 2 



a6o 




SEN-SEP 


CodbNo 


COWWOID 


%taA-a>tili»ued. 


U951 


Shutters 


Sent to the care of 


i39S> 


Shymss 


He (they) sent it (them) on board 


"953 


Siaiai<^ue 


He (they) sent it (them) on board and were re- 


"9S4 


SibaritU 


I (we) sent it (them) on board [fiised 


"9SS 


Sibilant 


I (we) sent it (them) on board and were refused 


ia9S6 


Sibilafion 


Substitute is sent 


"957 


Stbyl 


Competent person is sent 


12958 


Sibyttitu 


Separata. 


"959 


Siaativt 


Keep them separate 


13960 


Siccific 


Must be kept separate 


13961 


Sidiique 


Cannot be kept separate 


13963 


Sicien 


Cannot be had separate 


13963 


Sickening 




13964 


Sickliness 


September. 


.3965 


SidOoard 


During the month of September 


13966 


Sidelong 


During next September 


13967 


Sideralien 


About b^inning of September 


13968 


Sideritis 


About middle of September 


13969 


Sidesaddle 


About end of September 


13970 


SidesmoH 


Last September 


1 297 1 


Sidetttilk 


Next September 


12973 


Sideways 


I St day of September 


"973 


Siege 


2nd day of September 


"974 


Siesta 


3rd day of September 


"975 


S!/f!.iOk 


4th day of September 


13976 


S-/Jkr 


Sth day of September 


12977 


'V'>'.;' 


6th day of September 


12978 


SiK^u'iif; 


7th day of September 


"979 


S'^/il-i 


8th day of September 


13980 


Si^At/,,, 




1398. 


S,,i.ih,<{.> 


loth day of September 


11982 


Sig'uU 


nth day of September 


13983 


Signaliu 


12 th day of September 


13984 


Signaiman 


1 3th day of September 


13985 


Signation 


14th day of September 


,3986 


Si^aiure 


15th day of Septembei 


12987 


Signboard 


16th day of September 


13988 


Signet 


17th day of September 


13989 


Signified 


i8th day of September 


12990 


Signify 


i9thday of September 


13991 


Signifying 


30th day of September 


13993 


Sil^rio 


2istday of September 


12993 


3 3nd day of September 


12994 


Silbido 


33rd day of September 


"995 


Silena 


34th day of September 


12996 


Silentiary 


25th day of September 


12997 


Silenlly 


26lh day of September 


13998 


SiUntness 


27th day of September 


12999 


Silicaied 


38th day of September 


13000 


SilidMS 


sgih day of September 



SEP— SET 



261 



CodbNo 


CoDB Word 


Beptimber^continued. 


1 3001 


Siliginose 


30th day of September 


13002 


SUky 


Seiioni. 


13003 


SUkwom 


Is it serious 


13004 


SiUabus 


It is very serious 


13005 


Saiiness 


Nothing very serious 


13006 


Siilofur 


Not of a senous character 


13007 


Silurian 


Much more serious than was anticipated 


13008 


Silvan 


Not so serious as was anticipated 


13009 


Silverised 


Serious disturbance(s) here 


13010 


Silvertru 


Serious disturbance(s) here in consequence of 


13011 


Silvery 


The situation is considered serious 


13012 


Sima^ree 


Is (are) in very serious condition 


13013 


SimbUau 


Service. 


13014 


Similarity 


For the good of the service 


1301S 


Simile 


Will be of any service rec^uired 


13016 


Similitude 


Will be of very great sernce 


13017 


Simmer 


Will be of good service 


13018 


Simoniac 


Will be of no service 


130x9 


Simony 


In the service of 


13020 


Simper 


In the service of the ship 


1 302 1 


Simpering 


Whilst on service 


13022 


Simpieness 


Amount claimed for service rendered 


13023 


Simpleton 


What do you consider value of service rendered 


13024 


Simplidan 


Consider value of service rendered to be 


13025 


Simplicity 


No service(s) rendered 


13026 


Simplified 


Servioeable. 


13027 


Simulate 


Is not serviceable 


13028 


Simulation 


Good serviceable 


13029 


Sinaba/a 


If it can be made serviceable 


13030 


Sinapis 


Cannot be made serviceable 


1 303 1 


Sincere 


Might be made serviceable 


13032 


Sincerity 


WiU be made serviceable 


13033 


Sinciput 


Set 


13034 


Sinecure 


Is (are) set up 
Will be set up 


1303s 


Sinecurist 


13036 


Sinew 


Do not set 


13037 


Sinewless 


Cannot be set up 


1303S 


Sinful 


Has set in 


13039 


Sinjulnest 


Has not yet set in 


13040 


Singerie 


Settled. 


1 3041 


Sinking 


Get it (them) settled 


13042 


Singleness 


Is it settled 


13043 


Singular 


Not yet settled 


13044 


Singularly 


It is settled 


13045 


Sinical 


Expect it settled shortly 


13046 


Sinister 


The matter has been settled 


13047 


Sinistral 


Matters are more settled 


13048 


Sinless 


Matters appear more settled 


13049 


Sinner 


Endeavour to get settled in a friendly manner 


13050 


Sinolcgue 


Have no objection to be settled in a friendly nuuimr 



262 



SET-SHA 



CodbNo 

3052 
3053 
3054 
3055 
3056 
3057 
3058 
3059 

:3o6o 
3061 
3062 
3063 
3064 
3065 
3066 
3067 
3068 
3069 

3070 

3071 
J072 

3073 
3074 

:307s 
3076 

3077 
3078 

3079 
3080 

3081 
3082 

3083 
3084 

3085 
3086 

3087 
3088 

3089 
3090 
3091 
3092 

3093 
3094 

3095 
3096 

3097 
3098 

3099 
3^00 



CoDB Word 
SinopU 
Sinsahor 
Sinuation 
Sinuosity 
Sinuous 
Siphon 
Sippet 
Sipping 
Sire 
Sireniu 
Siriasis 
Sirloin 
Sirocco 
Sirupy 
Sister 
Sisterhood 
Sisterly 
Sithence 
Sitibundo 
Sitiology 
Sitting 
Situate 
Sizable 
Siziness 
Skaddle 
Skcuidons 
Skate 
Skating 
Skeleton 
Skelp 
Sketch 
Sketchilv 
Sketching 
Skeufer 
Skilder 
Skilful 
Skilless 
Skillet 
Skimmer 
Skimmilk 
Skimming 
Skindeep 
Skinflint 
Skinless 
Skinned 
Skinniness 
Skipjack 
Skipness 
Skipper 
Skipping 



Settled — continued. 
Settled in a friendly manner 
Cannot be settled in a friendly manner 
Must have everything settled 
Must be settled previous 
No prospect of being settled 
Has been settled 



Have finally settled with 

Tha loa or ftTnac* to iM nttltd MQordiiic to tht 



orilM»toet vl 



The loM or airenige to bo soctfed aooording lo Lloyd's 
I to bo Mtllod Meordlac to Um ORiliMi In 



to bo ntUod aoooitllac to Iho eo torn In — 

Share. — (See Brokerage— Commission) 

Will you take half share 

Will you take third share 

Will you take share 

Have no objection to take half share 

Have no objection to take third share 

Have no objection to take share 

What is my (our) share 

What is your share 

Will take care of your share 

I (we) require a share of 

Will require a share of 

Do not share 
Shares. — (See Stocks, &c) 

Shall I (w«) apply fiw ihanM for jronr aoo(Mmt,lf 9o^ pleaae tekcraph tnalnie* 

tWna 
Plaaaa apply for iharai In Iho ~~ on my (onr) aeeonnt 



Buy 



shares of 



Please buy following shares immediately 

I am (we are) not open to take shares in the 

shares appropriated to you in the 

I (we) have obtained shares of 

I (w ) hoTe obtainod diarei of — ~ Ibr yoor aceount 

I (we) have not been able to get any shares 

I (wo) haTe not bean abla to sot any — diaioa for yonr aocuunt 

All shares taken up 

shares taken up 

How many shares have you obtained 
How many shares have you got rid of 
What is the present buying price per share 
What is the present selling price per share 
Present buying price per share is 
Present selling price per share is 

shares are at premium 

shares are at discount 

shares are at par 

Do not part with shares on any account 

Do not part with shares below 

Do not buy shares above 

Sell my (our) shares 



5EL-SHI 



263 



CodbNo 


CoDB Word 


Shares — continued. 


13101 


Skirmish 


Sell my (our) shares mmediately 


13x02 


Skirted 


Please sell following shares immediately 


13103 


Skirret 


Get rid of shares at present market price 


13104 


SkitUsh 


Get rid of shares at any price 


«3io5 


Skittles 


Have sold your shares 


13 106 


Skoiezite 


Have sold shares 


13107 


Skulking 


Cannot sell your shares 


13108 


Skullcap 


Cannot sell shares 


1 3 109 


Skunk 


Transfer all the shares to 


13110 


Skyblue 


Transfer shares to 


13m 


Skyish 


A call of per share has been made 


1311a 


Skylark 


Please pay the call on my (our) shares 


13113 


Skylight 


eOielter 


i3"4 


Sky^cket 


Put into for shelter 


I3"S 


Slab 


Put in here for shelter 


i3"6 


Slabberer 


Ship. — (See Products — Quantities — Forward) 


13117 


Slabbiness 


At what rate can you ship 


1311S 


Slacken 


What can you ship 


13119 


Slackness 


What quantity can you ship 


13120 


Slaking 


May I (we) ship 


13121 


Slammerkin 


ShaU I (we) ship 


13122 


Slamming 


Can you ship 


13133 


Slander 


Can you ship at once 


i3"4 


Slanderous 


You may ship 


13125 


Slang 


If you can ship 


13126 


Slantingly 


If you cannot ship 


13127 


Slantwise 


I (we) can ship 


13128 


Slapdash 


can ship 


13129 


Slapped 


I (we) cannot ship 


13130 


Slash 


cannot ship 


M131 


Slashing 


Ship at once 


13132 


Slater 


You must ship quickly 


13133 


Slatternly 


You must ship quickly by steamer 


^3134 


Slaughter 


Shall J (we) ship on consignment 


^3135 


SlcKveborn 


Ship on consignment 


^3136 


Slavery 


Do not ship on consignment 

Shall I (we) ship by steamer or sailing vessel 


13137 


Slavishly 


13138 


Slayer 


Ship by steamer 


13139 


Sleaving 


Ship by every steamer until further advice 


13140 


Sleazy 


Ship by steamer every week until further advice 


»3Hi 


Sledge 


Ship by steamer every fortnight until further advice 


13142 


Sleekly 


Ship by steamer every month until further advice 


13143 


Sleekness 


Ship by steamer this month 


13144 


Sleeper 


Ship by steamer this week to — — 


^3145 


Sleepily 


Ship by steamer next week to — 


13 1 46 


Sle^iness 


Ship by first steamer to 


'3147 


Sleet 


Ship by steamer from — to ■ 


13148 


Sleeveless 


Ship by sailing vessel 


1 3 149 


Sleighing 


Ship all you can 


13150 


Sleight 


Ship earliest possible opportunity 



264 



SHI 



CodbNo 

3i5« 
3152 
3153 
3154 

3155 
3156 

3157 

3158 

3159 
13160 

3161 

3162 

3164 

3i<^5 
3166 

31^*7 
3168 

3*69 
ro 

I 

'2 



3 

'4 
'5 

7 
8 



31 

31 

31 

3« 

31 

3« 

3J 

3> 

3> 

31 
3180 

3181 

3182 

3*83 

3184 

3185 
3186 

3*87 
3188 

3i«9 
3»90 
3191 
3'92 

3«93 
3194 

3195 
13196 

3«97 
3198 

3«99 

3ioo 



CoDR Word 

Slmdir 

SUpt 

Slice 

Slidden 

Slightly 

Siightnas 

Slime 

Sliminess 

Slinger 

Slinking 

Slipknot 

Slipper 

Slipperily 

Slipshod 

Slit 

Sliver 

Slopmess 

Slopingly 

Slopshop 

Slothful 

Slottery 

Slouch 

Sloughing 

Slovefily 

Slowness 

Slubbered 

Sludger 

Sluggard 

Sluggishly 

Sluice 

Slumber 

Slumbering 

Slumberous 

Slurring 

Slush 

Sluttery 

Sluttishly 

Slyboots 

Slyly 

S/yness 

Smacking 

Smallbetr 

Smallness 

Smartly 

Smartness 

Smattering 

Smeary 

Smelt 

Snutting 

Smelter 



Ship — continued. 



>tlty fovilvvd witli Im4 



to dMy Um catii* 

Unless yoa can ship the whole quantity don't 

Ship all you possibly can [operate 

Ship put at once, remainder to follow 

Will ship first opportunity 

Will ship first opportunity as much as possible 

Goods ready to ship, but no opportunity 

Do not ship 

Do not ship until you have advice fix>m me (us) 

Do not ship unless prices are lower 

Telegraph when you ship and name of vessel 

Tel^raph when you are likely to ship 

Have arranged to ship by next steamer 

Have arranged to ship bv next sailing vessel 

Have not been able to ship 

Is (are) not able to ship 

Cannot ship at present 

At ship's expense 

At ship's risk and expense 

At ship's expense and shipper's risk 

Privileged ship 

If you can ship at 

If ^ou can ship at you may send 

Ship to be delivered to charterers at 
Ship to be re-delivered to owners at 
The ship is urgently wanted 
Shipper^s). 
At shipper's risk and expense 
At shipper's expense and ship's risk 
Who is (are) the shipper(s) 

Inftmn ihlppeKi) of—, ptr — that hit (thdr) soodi remftln mwUflMA 
laAwm dilpperC*) of — per ~ that hli (thdr) goods will bo oold forthwith If 



Have you shipped 
I (we) have shipped 
I (we) have not shipped 
— has (have) shipped to 

has (have) shipped to your port 

Shipped at your risk 

Shipped at risk of 

Shipped to 

Shipped to you 

To be shipped at 

To be shipped as merchandise 

To be shipped to order 

Must be shipped direct 

Can it (thejr) be shipped immediately 

Shipped this week 

Shipped this month 

Shipped this year 



SHI 



265 



CodeNo 

T3201 
13202 
13203 
13204 

13205 
13206 

13207 

13208 

13209 

13210 

13211 

13212 

13213 

13214 

13215 
13216 

13217 
13218 

13219 
13220 

13221 

13222 

13223 

13224 

13225 
13226 
13227 
13228 
13229 
13230 
13231 
13232 

13233 
13234 

13235 
13236 

13237 
13238 

13239 
13240 

13241 
13242 

13243 

13244 

1324s 
13246 

13247 
13248 

13249 
13250 



CODB WOKD 

Smickering 

Smiler 

Smilingly 

Smirk 

Smithery 

Smitten 

Smock 

Smock/rock 

Sfnokable 

Smokeless 

Smoker 

Smoothly 

Smoothness 

Smother 

Smothering 

Smoulder^ 

Smouldry 

Smut 

Smuttily 

Smuttiness 

Snack 

Snaffle 

Snagged 

Snail 

Snakegourd 

Snakeroot 

Snaky 

Snapdragon 

Snapper 

Snappishly 

Snare 

Snaring 

Snarler 

Snatcher 

Sneak 

Sfteaking 

Sneering 

Sneezer 

Sn^g 

Sniggle 

Snobbish 

Snipped 

Sniveller 

Snore 

Snorting 

Snouted 

Snowball 

Snotvdrift 

Snowdrop 

Snoufflake 



I 



Shipped — continued. 

Shipped mails and passengers and proceeded 

Must be shipped inunediately 

To be shipped at my (our) convenience 

To be shipped every month 

To be shipped every two months 

To be shipped every three months 

To be shipped every four months 

To be shipped every five months 

To be shipped every six months 

To be shipped every — months 

If shipped 

If you have shipped 

If you have not shipped 

Will be shipped this week 

Will be shipped this month 

Will be shipped this year 
Shipment(s). 

When ready for shipment telegraph 

What quantity have you ready for shipment 

Any quantity ready for shipment 

Now ready for shipment 

Have ^oods ready for immediate shipment 

For shipment 

Your shipments per 

Shipment can be made by the 

Shipment per first steamer 

Shipment per first sailing vessel 

Shipment retarded in consequence of 

Shipment retarded in consequence of bad weather 

Shipment stopped in consequence of riots 

Shipment stopped in consequence of strikes 

Shipment(s) paralyzed in consequence of 

If shipment is delayed 

Cease all shipments 

Now in coiurse of shipment 

In event of non-shipment 

Expedite shipment(s) as much as possible 

Delay shipment(s) as long as possible 

Shipment(s; already completed 

Shipment(s) half completed 

Continue shipments steadily 

Every indication of suspension of shipments 

What has become of the shipment per 

Apply only to the shipment of the cargo 

Cease as soon as shipment shall have been effected 

Telegraph shipments made ^since) 

The shipment(s) is (are) all m order 

In future shipments 

Can you arrange for immediate shipment 

Shipment(s) is (are) on my (our) account 



266 



SHI 



CodbNo 

13252 

13253 

13254 

13255 
13256 

13257 
13258 

13259 
13260 

13261 

13262 

13263 

13264 

X3265 

13266 

13267 

13268 

13269 

13270 

13271 
13272 

13273 

13274 

1327s 
13276 

13277 
13278 

13279 
13280 

13281 

13282 

13283 

13284 

i32«5 
13286 

13287 

13288 

13289 

13290 
13291 
13292 

13293 
13294 

1329s 
13296 

13297 
13298 

13299 
13300 



CoDB Word 

Snaitfy 

Snubbing 

Snuffbox 

Snuffers 

Snug 

Snuggery 

Snugness 

Soaking 

Soapstone 

Soapsuds 

Soapy 

Sobbing 

Soberly 

Soberness 

Sobrasar 

Sobrement 

Sobriquet 

Sobresam 

Sobriety 

Socarrina 

Sociable 

Social 

Sociality 

Socialness 

Society 

Socinian 

Socket 

Sockethole 

Sock/ess 

Socratique 

Sodality 

Sodawater 

Sodden 

Sojffite 

Soflamero 

Soften 

Softening 

Softness 

Soigner 

Sotliness 

Soiree 

Sofoum 

Sojourning 

Solau 

Solacement 

Solacious 

Solandre 

Solapar 

Solar 

Solbature 



V^^fSDM^y^amtinued. 
Shipment(s) is (are) on account of 
Very meagre shipments from 
Very meagre shipments from here 
Very extensive shipments from 
Very extensive shipments from here 
Moderate shipments from 
Moderate shipments from here 
Shipments will commence about 
Shipments will 6nish about 
Shipments will be made from 
If for immediate shipment 
If not for immediate shipment 
Shipmentfs^ advised in my (our) letter of — 
Shipmentm advised in my (our) telegram of 

Shipment(s) advised in your letter of 

Shipment(s) advised in your telegram of 

Can you duplicate last shipment 

Duplicate last shipment 

I ^we) can duplicate last shipment 

I ^we) cannot duplicate last shipment 

I (we) cannot duplicate last shipment unless at an 

Immediate shipment [advance of 

Early shipment 
Forward shipment 
Late shipment 
Against shipment's) 
Against shipment(s) of-^-* 

Against shipment(s] per 

Against shipment(s) of 

The shipment's^ of 

The 8hipment(s) per 
The shipment(s) of 



per 



per 



January shipment(s) 
January /February shipment(s) 
February shipraent(s) 
February y[ March shipment(s) 
March shipment(s) 
March /April shipment(s) 
April shipment(s) 
April /May shipment(s) 
May shipment(s) 
May /June shipment(s) 
June shipment(s) 
June/July shipment(s) 
July shipment(s) 
July/ August shipment(s) 
August shipment(s) 
August/ September shipment(s) 
September shipment(s) 
September/ October shipment(s) 



CopbNu 

3301 

3302 

3303 

3304 

3305 

3306 

3307 

3308 

3309 

3310 

33H 

33^^ 

3313 

3314 

33^5 
33^6 

3317 
3318 

33^9 
3320 

3321 
3322 
3323 
3324 

3325 
3326 

3327 
3328 
3329 
3330 
3331 
3332 
3333 
3334 

3335 
3336 

3337 
3338 

3339 
3340 
3341 
3342 
3343 
3344 

3345 
3346 

3347 
3348 

3349 
3350 



Code Wokd 
Soldier 
Solecism 
SoUcistic 
Soleil 
Solemn 
Solemness 
Solemnity 
Solemnized 
Solevaniar 
SoHciied 
Solicitous 
Solicitude 
Solidity 
Solidement 
Solipede 
Sollastron 
Solidness 
Soliloquy 
Soling 
Solitaire 
Solitarily 
Solitary 
Solitude 
Soliveau 
Solstice 
Solsticiai 
Solterona 
Soluble 
Solubility 
Solution 
Solver 
Solvible 
Sombreness 
Sombrous 
Somersault 
Sommation 
Sommdier 
Somnambule 
Somnial 
Somniative 
Somnific 
Somnolency 
Sompesar 
Sonata 
Sonadera 
Sondalesa 
Sonetazo 
Song 
Songster 
Sotigstress 



sm— siG 

Shipment(s) — continued, 

October shipment(s) 

October/ November shipn]ent(s) 

November shipment(s) 

November/ December shipment(s) 

December shipment(s) 

December/January shipment(s) 

Spring shipment(s) 

Summer 8hipment(s) 

Autumn shipment's) 

Winter 8hipment(s) 
Shore. 

Has gone on shore 

Has gone on shore and remains 

Is reported on shore at 

Is now on shore at 

Driven on shore 

Run on shore 

Run on shore during a fog 

Run on shore during a snow storm 

After being on shore 

Has been on shore 

Has been on shore and will be calked 

After beinc; on shore 

Has (have) not been on shore 

Got on shore through fault of pilot 

Great quantity of caigo washing ashore 

Great quantity of cargo washed ashore 

A portion of the cargo washed ashore 

Put it (them) on shore immediately 
EUiort 

The time is too short 

Is (are) short of 

In a short time 

Will be short of cargo 

Supply will be short 

Crop will be short 

It is ^they are) too short 

It is (they are) not short enough 
Sick. 

Is (are) sick 

Captain is sick 



267 



Crew of is sick 

Part of the crew of - 
Sight 
In sight 
Not in sight 



is sick 



May I (we) draw at sight 

At what sight may I (we) draw 

Draw at days' sight 

Draw at one month's sight 



268 



SIG-SOL 



CodbNo 

3351 
3352 

3353 
3354 
3355 
3356 

3357 

3358 

3359 
3360 

3361 
3362 

3363 

3364 

3365 
3366 

3367 
3368 

3369 
3370 
3371 
337« 
3373 
3374 

3375 
3376 

3377 

337« 

3379 
3380 

3381 
338a 
3383 
3384 

3385 
3386 

3387 
3388 

3389 

3390 

3391 

3392 

3393 

3394 

3395 

3396 

3397 

3398 

3399 
3400 



CoDB Word 

Sonlocado 

SonnailU 

Smnerie 

Sannd 

Sonolenda 

Sonoridad 

Sonorous 

Sonrodarse 

Sonsacador 

Sonship 

Soother 

Soothsayer 

Sootiness 

Sooty 

Sopetear 

Sophical 

Sophism 

Sophister 

Sophistics 

Sophistry 

Sopladero 

Sopolanda 

Soporate 

Soporific 

Soporous 

Soprano 

Sorbedor 

Sorbent 

SorhiUo 

Sorbonical 

Sorboniste 

Sorcerer 

Sordamente 

Sordid 

Sordidness 

Sorely 

Soreness 

Sorrily 

Sorrow 

Sorrowful 

Sorrowing 

Sorpresa 

Sortable 

Sorted 

Sortilege 

Sotabanco 

Sotalugo 

Sottement 

Sotterano 

Sottish 



Sight — continued^ 

Draw at two months' sight . 

Draw at three months' sight 

Draw at four months' sight 

Draw at five months' sight 

Draw at six months' sight 

Draw at months' sight 

Do not draw at sight 
Silver. [to 

The following silver has been shipped from here 

The following silver has been shipped from 

Sinking. [to — ^ 

In sinking condition 

Is fast sinking 

No probability of sinking 

Seen in a sinking condition 

Has been beached to prevent her sinking 

Has been towed ashore in a sinking state 
BUp. 

Do not let it (them) slip 

Do not let the opportunity slip 
Slipped. 

Has slipped an anchor and chain 

Has slipped both anchors and chains 

Has ^have) slipped through my (our) fingers 
Smuggling. 

Caught smuggling 

Captain caught smu^ling 

Crew caught smugghng 

Part of the crew caught smuggling 

Part of the crew under arrest for smu^^ling 
Snow. 

Have had a heavy fall of snow 

Great quantity of snow now falling 

Frequent snow showers 

Was (were) packed in the snow 

Cannot work on account of the snow 

Cannot pack on account of the snow 

Cannot forward the goods on account of the snow 

During a snow storm 

Is (are) snow bound 

Is (are) lost in the snow 
Sold. 

Have you sold 

If you have sold 

If you have not sold 



I (we) have sold 



[we) have not sold 
Have sold free on board 
Have sold cost and freight 
Have sold cost, freight, and insurance 



SOL 



269 



CodbNo 

[3401 
3402 

^3403 

3404 

340s 
3406 

3407 
3408 

3409 

34IO 

34" 

34" 

3413 

3414 

3415 
3416 

3417 

3418 

3419 
3420 

3421 
3422 

3423 
3424 

34*5 
[3426 

3427 
3428 

3429 
3430 

343' 
3432 

3433 
3434 
^3435 
343^ 
^3437 
^3438 

'3439 
3440 

3441 

3442 

3443 

3444 

3445 
3446 

3447 
3448 

3449 
3450 



CoDB Word 

Saubredent 

Soubrdte 

Saucheteur 

Squdaimte 

Soudoyer 

Soujgitge 

Saufflder 

Sauiager 

Soulever 

Sotdigner 

Soulless 

Saundable 

Soundboard 

Sounding 

Soundness 

Soupeser 

Soupirant 

Sourdemeni 

Source 

SourcilUr 

Sourdaub 

Sourueau 

Sourish 

Sourness 

SouUtihir 

Soutenant 

Southern 

Southmost 

Souvenanu 

Souvenir 

Sovereign 

Sowing 

Spaceless 

Specious 

Spadassin 

Spadeful 

Spangle 

Spanking 

Sparerib 

Sparadrap 

Sparer 

Spareness 

Spargoute 

Sparingly 

Sparkle 

Sparkling 

Sparkish 

farrow 

Sparsely 

Sparterie 



Sold — continued. 
Have sold ex ship 
Have sold ex quay 
Have sold to arrive 
Have sold ex vessel off the coast 
Have sold on samples 
Must be sold 
Must be sold at any price 
Not to be sold 
Must not be sold 
Not yet sold 
Cannot be sold 
Could not be sold ^ 
Have sold above your limits 
Have sold at your limits 
Cannot be sold at your limits 
Cannot be sold now at any price 
Must be sold by public auction 
Must be sold by private contract 
To be sold by public auction 
To be sold by private contract 
Has (have) been sold by public auction 
Has (have) been sold .by pnvate contract 
AVill be sold by public auction 
Will be sold by private contract 
Sold for 

Sold for account of 

Sold for account of whom it may concern 
Sold for your account 
Sold for account of owners 
Sold for account of underwriters 
Sold very freely 
Sold very slowly 
Sold at good prices (rates) 
Sold at fair prices (rates) 
Sold at very low prices (rates) 
Sold at better prices ^rates^ 
Sold at lower prices (rates) 
Sold at former prices (rates) 
Sold slowly at a reduction of 
Part sold, remainder retained for following sale 
Part sold, ver)- few buyers 
Part sold, buyers very inactive 
Sold the remainder 
Will be sold next sale 
Will most likely be sold 
Telegraph what you have sold, and prices 
Reported sold privately (aiictio 

The court has ordered the cargo to be sold by 

Tha ian«yon tdTiae tlie eaito to In told by ftuetiim 

Tlw mrvtyon advise Uw damaged portion of ttat cargo to bt mIo 



CodbWoid 

3/>asm 

S/i'il/ii'pic 

Sp<,tuU 

Spaicur 
Sp'-'il'-Me 
^p,akn 



%z 



^rnrp-ai 



SNarmiiil 
SparpeinI 
.Spfd<i/itv 
Xp.nf, - 

X/TZ'jy 

.SpnlJint^ 
.Sf.v,,„lr 

,V«/„/,., 

.S/;:l„ 

xr,-,„,„„ 






.\/,la, 

.S/.IK, 

.■if,-,,,, 

Sf'iilcnwrt 

SpikfUt 
Spikrnard 



f.l 



30L-SPE 

MA—amtiHued. 

Everything to be sold as it Uea 

To be so'd with all faults 

To be sold forthwith 

Has the damaged portion (cargo) been sold 

The damased portion (cargo) has be«n sold 

Has (have) been sold with all faults 
SolTenl 

Is farej the following solvent 

Is (are) believed to be solvent 

Is jarel perfectly solvent 

Is (are) not considered solvent 
Something. 

Something is wrong with 

Something must be done 

Something should be done 

Something will be done 

Something must be settled 
Soon. 

It is (they are) too soon 

Not soon enough 

Soon as possible 

Quite soon enough 

Very loon 

Not so soon 

Soon as possible after its occurrence 
Sony. 

I am (we are^ very sorry 

I am (we arc) very sorry to report 
" Very sorry to hear 

Very sorry to see 

Very sorry you cannot 
Soogbt 

Is (are) much sought after 

Is (are) cot much sought after 
Sp«aie. 

Left to-day with boxes specie for your port 

I^fi to-day with _^ specie for your port 

Left to-day with^* specie to your corisignmcnt 

Has specie on t>oard 

Specie safely and correctly delivered 

Specie safely and correctly received 

Specie not received in accordance with particulars 

Specie does not agree with invoice 

Specie will be forwarded 

Specie will be forwarded to-morrow 

Specie will be forwarded by the 

Specie will be recovered 

Specie is recovered 

Specie not recoverable 

Specie saved 



SPE-STA 



271 



CodbNo 


CoDB Word 


Speeie — continued. 


13501 


Spiker 


Specie lost 


13502 


spill 


SpeonlatioiL 


13503 


Spilling 


wai you job mc (us) in the speculation 


13504 


Spinach 


I (we) will join you m the speculation 


1 3505 


Spinal 


Speculation looks well 


13506 


Spindle 


Speculation looks badly 


13507 


Spinner 


Speculation has turned out a success 


13508 


Spinning 


Speculation has turned out a loss 


13509 


Spinosity 


Speculation is reported to be the cause 


13510 


Spinster 


Speculation in is reported to be the cause 


135" 


Spirally 


Bought for speculation 


135" 


Spiration 


Nothing but a speculation [going on 


13513 


Spire 


Be very careful, there is a great deal of speculation 


13514 


Spirited 


Speed. 


13515 


Spiritless 


What is her speed on full steam 


135 «6 


Spiritual 


Average speed per hour about knots 


13517 


Spirituous 


SpUt 


13518 


Spirting 


Sails split 
Split the invoice 


13519 


Spitchcock 


13520 


Spiteful 


Will split the adventure with you 


13521 


Spitfire 


Will split the loss ^vith you 


13522 


Spittoon 


Will split the profit with you 


13523 


:^lash 


Will split the difference with yott 


13524 


Splashing 


Bpriiijf. 


13525 


Splayfoot 


This spnng 


13526 


Spleefi 


Last spring 


13527 


Spleenish 


Next spring 


13528 


Spleenwori 


During the spring 


13529 


Splendent 


Sprung. 


13530 


Splendidly 


Has sprung 


13531 


Splendour 


Has sprung a leak 


13532 


Splenetic 


SqnalL 


13533 


Splidng 


A heavy squall 


13534 


Splinter 


Standard. 


13535 


Spoiler 


Per St Petersburg standard hundred 


13536 


Spoiiation 


Start 


13537 


Spokesman 


Cannot get engines to start 


13538 


Spokeshave 


Cannot ^et to start 


13539 


Spoliate 


When will start 


13540 


Spondaic 


Will start 


13541 


Spondyle 


Will start to-day 


13542 


^onginess 


Will start to-night 


13543 


Sponsor 


Will start to-morrow 


13544 


pooler 


Will start in a day or two 


13545 
13546 


SpoohbiU 
I^oniane 


Will start in a short time 
Do not start 


I3S47 


Sporadical 


Started. 


13548 


Sportfully 


Has (have) started 
Has (have) not started 


13549 


^ortive 


13550 


^artless 


Started a 



272 




STA— STE 


CwmNo 


CoroWosn 




I3SS' 


Sportsman 


Stttfc 


I3S5» 




Tn a very dangerous state 


'3SS3 


Spot 


In an unserviceable sUte 


I3S54 


jotted 


In a very bad sUte 


135SS 


^ousai 


In a very good state 


'3SS6 


Si>ouseUss 


In a fair sUte 


'3557 


S/'Outer 


In a state of 


13558 


Sprained 


Present state of 


'3559 


Sprnii'Hitg 


Same state as last 


1.1560 


Sprtaiier 


Do not state 


13561 


sprightly 




T356, 




Send full statement of 


13563 


Springhead 


Send your statement up to 


13564 


Spritigiiis 


Send your statement up to date 


'35^5 


springtide 


Statement is wrong 


13566 


sprinkle 


Statement is correct 


13567 


Sprinkling 


Make up general statement 


•3568 


Sprite 


Draw up a statement as soon as possible 


13569 


Sprouting 


Will draw up a statement 


13570 


Spnice 


I (we) will draw up a statement 


'3571 


Spniceness 


The statement is official 


>357» 


Spungfr 


Stay. 


'3573 




How much longer will stay with you 


'3574 


Spurn^ 


Do not stay 


'3575 


Sputter 


Do not stay any lon?er 


13576 


Spyglass 


Cannot stay any longer 


'3577 


Squabbish 


Will not stay any longer 


'3578 


Sijuabbling 


Stay until you have fiirther instructions 


'35 79 


Squalid 


Will stay until 


13580 


Sqjialidity 


Steam. 


•358' 


S/uandrr 


Cannot get up steam 


>3S8a 


Squareness 


Steam up waiting your instructions 


'3583 


Squatter 


filow off steam and wait further orders 


'35«4 


Squash fd 


Get up steam immediately 


'3585 


Squeaker 


Get up steam immediately and proceed to 


'35W 


Squeal 


Get up steam immediately and wait orders 


'3587 


Squeamish 


Bteamer.-(See Ship's Gear, &c.) 


'3588 




May I (we) ship per first steamer 


'3589 


Squelette 


You may ship per first steamer [following 


"3590 


S/nibs 


You may ship per first steamer, failing that 1^ 


'359' 


Squint 


When will the steamer leave for 


»359> 


Squinting 


Steamer for . will leave 


'3593 




Steamer for left 


'3594 


Squlrehood 


No steamer loading 


'3595 


Squimhip 


No steamer loading here (for ) 


'3596 


Squirrel 


Steamer full, shall I (we) forward by sailing vessel 


'3597 


Slabber 


First steamer fiill, shall I (we) fonmd by next boat 


13598 


StabiNiy 


By a first-clasa steamer 


'3599 


Stal>le 


Telegraph name of steamer 


13600 


Slailtboj 


Telegraph name of steamer for insurance 



STE— STO 



273 



CodeNo 
3601 
3602 
3603 
3604 
3605 
3606 
3607 
3608 
3609 
3610 
3611 
3612 

36^3 
3614 

3615 
3616 

3617 
3618 

3619 

3620 

3621 

3622 

3623 
3624 

3625 
3626 

3627 

3628 
3629 

3630 
3631 
3632 

3633 
3634 
3635 
3636 

3637 

3638 

3639 
3640 

3641 
3642 

3643 
3644 

3645 J 
3646 

3647 
3648 

3649 
3650 



CoDB Word 
Stableman 
Stabieyard 
Stabling 
Stcucato 
Stacking 
Staff 
Stager 
Staggering 
Stdghaund 
Stagnancy 
Stagnation 
Stagyrite 
Staid 
Staidness 
Stainer 
Staircase 
Stalactite 
Stale 
Stateness 
Staiking 
Stallfed 
Stallion 
Stalwart 
Stamina 
Stamineotis 
Stammer 
Stammering 
Stamping 
Stanchions 
Standard 
Standfast 
Standish 
Stannary 
Stannifcre 
Stanza 
Staple 
Staphylome 
Starched 
Starfish 
Stargaztr 
^arlight 
Starless 
Starostie 
barring 
Startie 
Starvation 
Starveling 
Starwort 
Statecraft 
Statesman 



Steamer — continued* 

Steamer's name is 

Telegraph when steamer leaves 

Telegraph when steamer arrives 

Steamer has airived 

Steamer is expected to leave 

Steamer has left 

Where is the steamer 

What is the size of the steamer 

Steamer carrying 

Secure it (them) for or following steamer 

I (we) wMit » ftauMT aboot tmu d/w euro capacity 

I ^we) can supply you with steamer required 
I (we) cannot supply you with steamer required 
Can you give feet) ready steamer 
Can you give (get) ready steamer on time charter 
Impossible to engage immediate steamer 

I(w«) oan (have) offer (oO raafdy iteamer on time ehartar 

Allow me (us) to substitute another steamer 

is (are) looking about for another steamer 

Cannot get a suitable steamer 

Steamer is too laige 

Steamer is not large enough 

Steamer is suitable as to size 

Require another steamer 

If another steamer disposable 

If no other steamer disposable 

I (we) will take the steamer offered 

There is a demand for steamers here (at ) 
Steps. 

What steps have you taken 

Steps must be* taken immediately 

Steps have been taken 

Take such steps as you think best 

I (we) have not yet taken any steps 

I (we) have taken the steps you advise 

Has (have) not yet taken any steps 

Has (have) taken the steps I (we) expected 
St6yedore(8). 

Stevedore (s) to be appointed and paid by charterer 

Stevedore (s) to be appointed and paid by owners 

8t«v«doc«(a) to be appoiatod bjr charterer and paid br eaptaln 
8teT8dore(8) to be appofated hf captain and paid bf charterer 

Stiffening. 

Will require stiffening 

Will not require stiffening [charterers 

Sufficient coal for stiffening to be supplied by 
Charterer to find cargo for stiffening 



Stifbning If nqvlred to be rapplM at the rale ef — tone per daj 



Stock—- (See Stocks, &c) 
What have you in stock 



274 

CodbNo 

3651 
3652 
3653 
3654 

3655 
3656 

3657 

3658 

3659 

[3660 

3661 

366a 

3663 
3664 

3665 
3666 

3667 

3668 

3669 

3670 

3671 

3672 

3673 
3674 
3675 

3676 

3677 

3678 

3679 
3680 

3681 

3682 

3683 

3684 

3685 

3686 

3687 

3688 

3689 

3690 
3691 

3692 

3693 
3694 
3695 

3696 

3697 
3698 

3699 

3700 



CoDB Word 

Stationary 

Statistics 

Stately 

Statiqtu 

Statuary 

Statue 

Statutable 

Staying 

Stayedness 

Staylace 

Steadfast 

Steadiness 

Stealthy 

Stearine 

Steatome 

Steelyard 

Steeple 

Steepness 

Stellary 

Stellionat 

Stemless 

Stencil 

Stenograph 

Stentar 

Stentorian 

Stepchild 

Stepping 

Stereotype 

Sterility 

Sternness 

Stewing 

Stibious 

Sticker 

Stickiness 

Sticking 

Stiffen 

Stiffness 

Stided 

Stifling 

Stigliano 

Stigma 

Stigptatic 

Stillatory 

Stillborn 

StilUto 

Stillness 

Stimulate 

Stif^ 

Stingily 

Stinginess 



STO 

Stock — continued. 
Stock getting short, charter sailing vessel 
Stock getting short, you had better charter steamer 
Stock(s) is (are) exhausted 
The old stock is now all cleared off 
Small stock on hand 
Large stock on hand 
Sufficient stock on hand 
Present stock amounts to 
Go on increasing stock 
Stock^s) is (are) accumulating 
Stock(s) is (are) going off 

Do not exceed for stock 

Do not increase stock(s) 

Is (are) stock taking 

Stock has been taken 

Stock(s) is (are) moderate 

Good stock on hand, but no incjuiiy 

Small stock on hand with good mquiry 

Buy following stock 

Sell following stock 

Stock(s^ is ^are) rising 

Stock(s) is (are) falling 

— stock has gone up 

— stock has gone down 

All stocks left off at a decided advance 

All stocks left off at a decided M [whole stock 

On what terms do you think you can secure the 

Against stock 

Against stock deposited with me (us) 

Against stock deposited with you 
Stolen. • 

Has (have) been stolen 

The following have been stolen 

Supposed to have been stolen 
Stop. 

Shall I ^we^ stop the vessel 

Shall I (we) stop the goods (cargo) 

Stop the vessel immediately 

Stop the goods (cargo) immediately 

Do not stop the vessel 

Do not stop the goods (cargo) 

May I (we) remove the stop 

Must not remove the stop 

May remove the stop 

Stop put upon the vessel 

Stop put upon the goods (cargo) 

Under stop by Board of Trade surveyor 

Get stop removed immediately ' 

Cannot get stop removed 

Cannot get stop removed without 



STO— STR 



275 



CodeNo 

3701 
3702 

3703 

3704 

3705 
3706 

3707 

3708 

3709 

3710 

37" 
3712 

3713 
37 »4 

3715 
3716 

37^7 

3718 

3719 
3/ 20 

3721 
3722 

3723 

3724 

3725 
3726 

3727 
3728 

3729 
3730 
3731 
3732 

3733 
3734 
3735 
3736 

3737 
3738 

3739 
3740 
3741 
3742 

3743 
3744 

3745 
3746 

3747 
3748 

3749 
3750 



Code Word 

Stinkpot 

Stinted 

Stipend 

Stipendial 

Stipulate 

Stirabout 

Stirrup 

Stitchery 

Stockade 

Stockfish 

Stockstiii 

Stoical 

Stomacher 

Stonecrop 

Sionefruit 

Stoneivall 

Stonavork 

Stoniness 

Stoop 

Stoopingly 

Stopcock 

Stopgap 

Stoppers 

Storehouse 

Storer 

Storeroom 

Storksbill 

Storming 

Stoutly 

Stoutness 

StrcUnsmus 

Straddle 

Straddling 

Straggler 

Straighten 

Strainer 

Straitly 

Stranger 

Stramonium 

Strangury 

Strapasser 

Strapontin 

Strapping 

Stratagem 

Strattjy 

Stratum 

Strawberry 

Strayed 

Streaky 

Streamer 



Stop — continued. 
Stop now removed 

Store. 

Store the goods 

Store the goods for my (our) account 

Store thegoods for account of whom it may concern 

Si ore the goods for account of underwriters 

Store the goods for account of owners 

What is the price in store 

Price in store is 

At present in store 

Not at present in store 

Do not store 

Stored. 
The goods are stored 
The goods are stored for your account 
The goods are stored for account of underwriters 
The goods are stored for account of owners 

Th« goods are stored for account of whom it may concern 
Have the goods stored for freight and/or charges 

Has (have) stored the goods for freight and/or 
Storef. [charges 

Is (are) waiting for stores 

Is (are) in want of stores 

What stores are required 

Stores forwarded to-day 

Stores will be forwarded first opportunity 

Stores will be forwarded by first steamer 

Stores will be forwarded as quickly as possible 

Must obtain stores in 

Must obtain stores in your place 

Get all stores required where you are 
Storm— (See Weather, &c) 

Heavy storm now raging here 

Heavy storm of wind and rain 

Heavy storm of lightning 

During a storm 

The storm has done considerable damage 

The storm passed off without doing much damage 
Stowage. 

Make good stowage 

Stowage is very bad 

Sufficient small stowage to be provided by charterer 

Sufficient to be supplied for broken stowage 

Broken stowage at half rates 

With necessary broken stowage 

Deal ends for broken stowage 

Send rough plan of stowage 

If stowage will permit 
Stranded. 

Is badly stranded 
T 2 



276 



STR-SUB 



CodbNo 


Code Word 


13751 


Streamlet 


1375a 


Strefigth 


»3753 


Strenuous 


13754 


Stretch 


13755 


Strewing 


13756 


Strewmmt 


13757 


Struken 


13758 


Strickly 


«3759 


Strictness 


13760 


Strident 


13761 


Striding 


1376a 


Striduhus 


13763 


Strifeless 


13764 


Striker 


13765 


Strikingly 


13766 


Stringent 


13767 


Striped 


13768 


Stripling 


13769 


SirobiU 


13770 


Stroller 


13771 


Stronghold 


1377a 


Strongish 


13773 


Structure 


13774 


Struggling 


13775 


Strutted 


13776 


Stubble 


13777 


Stubbornly 


13778 


Stueateur 


13779 


Stucco 


13780 


Studding 


13781 


Student 


13782 


Studiously 


•3783 


Studying 


13784 


Stuffing 


13785 


Stultify 


13786 


Stumble 


13787 


Stumpage 


13788 


Stunned 


13789 


Stupefy 


13790 


Stupendous 


13791 


Stupidity 


13792 


Stupidness 


13793 


Sh^efiant 


13794 


Stupor 


13795 


Sturdily 


13796 


Sturdiness 


13797 


Stutter 


13798 


Stuttering 


13799 


Stylish 


13800 


Stylobatt 



Stranded — continued. 

Is stranded, but do not expect any damage 

Is stranded, will come off next tide 
Stress. 

Stress of weather 

Has been driven ashore by stress of weather 

Put in here through stress of weather 

Put into through stress of weather 

RqK>rted put into — through stress of weather 
Strike(8). 

Strike(s) expected 

Strike(s) commenced 

Strikers) continue(s)* 

Strikecs) ended 

Strike(s) excepted 

Is the strike expected to last long 

Strike is not expected to last long 

Strike is expected to last some time 

No probability of a strike 

On strike 

Seamen on strike 

Strike of workmen and/or others 

In event of strike 

Engineers on strike 

Labourers on strike 

Workmen on strike 

Miners on strike 

Caused by strikes of pitmen 

Caused by strikes of workmen and /or others 

Caused by strikes of 
Stmok. 

Has struck upon 

Has been struck by a sea 

Has been struck by lightning 

Has been struck by an iceberg 

Has struck against a rock 

Has struck against a rock and greatly damaged her 

Has struck on the bar and remain pieel 

Workmen have struck for less hours 

Workmen have struck for higher wages 

Workmen have struck against the proposed altera- 
Subject [tion 

Subject to a rebate of 

Subject to a return of 

Subject to a discount of 

Subject to approval 

Subject to arrival 

Subject to delivery in 

Subject to a commission of 

Subject to insurance 

Subject to the clauses and conditions 



SUB-SUM 



277 



C6dkNo 


ConE WOBD 


Subject — continued 




1 3801 


Styptique 


Subject to 




13802 


Suavity 


Snooeeded. 




X3803 


Subaltern 


Have you succeeded 




13804 


Subaqueous 


Has he (have they) succeeded 




1 3805 


Subdeacon 


I (we) have succe^ed 
I (we) have not succeeded 




13806 


Subddegar 




13807 


Subduer 


Has ^have) succeeded 




13808 


Suhdulaus 


Has (have) not succeeded 




13809 


Suhintrar 


Sncoeas. 




13810 


Subitano 


What success have you with 




13811 


Suberique 


A complete success 




13812 


Subjacent 


Success may be considered certain 




X3813 


Subjection 


Success cannot be depended upon 




13814 


Subjoining 


Success is very doubtful 




^S^^S 


Subjugate 


Suffered. 




X3816 


Subiation 


Has (have) suffered much 




13817 


Sublet 


Has (h^ve) not suffered very much 




13818 


Sublimate 


Snffioieiit 




13819 


Sublime 


Is it (are they) sufficient 




13820 


Sublingual 


It is (they are) sufficient 




13821 


Sublunar 


It is (they are) not sufficient 




13822 


Submerge 


Have you sufficient 




13823 


Submission 


I (we) have sufficient 




13824 


Subnascent 


has (have) sufficient 




13825 


Subordinal 


I (we) have not sufficient 




13826 


Suborner 


Have you sufficient cargo for — - 




13827 


Subrayar 


There is not sufficient cargo for 




13828 


Subscribe 


Reserving only sufficient 




13829 


Subsequent 


Not having sufficient 




13830 


Subserve 


Suit 




1 383 1 


Subsidence 


Will it (they) suit 




13832 


Subsisted 


Do not suit 




13833 


Subsoil 


It (they) will not suit 

It (they) will suit very well 

If it (they) will suit 




13834 


Substance 




13835 


Substitute 




13836 


Substratujn 


Would suit much better 




13837 


Subsultive 


Suitable. 




13838 


Subtangent 


Would it be suitable 




13839 


Subtend 


Not at all suitable 




13840 


Subterfuge 


Might be made suitable 




1 384 1 


Subtile 


Cannot be made suitable 




13842 


Subtilize 


If anything suitable offers, telegraph 




13843 


Subtilness 


Can offer nothing suitable 




13844 


Subtract 


Not suitable for this ( ) market 




13845 


Suburban 


It would be more suitable 




13846 


Subversion 


Unless you have something more suitable 
Have nothing more suitable to offer 




13847 


Subverted 




13848 


Subverting 


If quite suitable 




13849 


Si4Ccessor 


If not quite suitable 




13850 


Succiput 


Sum. 





278 



SUM-SUP 



CodbNo 

3851 
3852 
3853 
3854 
385s 
3856 

3857 
^3858 

3859 
3860 

3861 

3862 

3863 
3864 

3865 
3866 

3867 
3868 
3869 

13870 

3871 
13872 

3«73 
3874 

3875 
^3876 

^3877 
3878 

3879 
3880 

3881 
3882 

3883 
3884 

3885 
3886 

3887 
3888 
3889 
3890 
13891 

3892 

3893 

3894 

3895 
3896 

3897 
3898 

3899 
3900 



CoDB Word 
Succorer 
Succulate 
Succumb 
SuccurscUe 
Suckling 
Sudadcro 
Sudatwn 
Suddenness 
Sudorific 
Sufferctble 
Sufferance 
Suffering 
SuffeUs 
Suffiation 
Suffocate 
Suffragan 
Suffrage 
Suffuse 
Sugaring 
Sugarloaf 
Suggesting 
Suggestive 
Suicidal 
Suitor 
Sulcated 
Sulkiness 
Sulky 
Sullen 
Sullying 
Sulphate 
Sultanship 
Sultriness 
Sultry 
Summarily 
Summary 
Summit 
Sumptuary 
Sumptuous 
Sumulista 
Sunbeam 
Sunblind 
Sunburnt 
Sundering 
Sundial 
Sundoivn 
Sundried 
Sunflower 
SunfreckU 
Sunless 
Sunlight 



Lump sum of £ — 
Lump sum of ^ — 



Sam — continued. 

Lump sum of 

offered 
for the entire hold from bulk- 

For the lump sum of jQ [head to bulkhead 

Summer. 

This summer 

Last summer 

Next summer 

During the summer 
Sunday. 

On Sunday morning 

On Sunday evening 

During Sunday 

During Sunday night 

Last Sunday 

Next Sunday 

Last Sunday week 

Next Sunday week 

Every Sunday 

Every other Sunday 

Every second Sunday 

Every third Sunday 

Every fourth Sunday 

First Sunday in the month 

Second Sunday in the month 

Third Sunday in the month 

Fourth Sunday in the month 

Last Sunday in the month 
Simk— (See Run Down) 

Sunk off 

Sunk at sea 

Sunk near 

Sunk immediately 

Is now lying sunk 

Sunk at her moorings 

Sunk in the river 

Sunk in the harbour 
Superintend. 

To superintend 

Cannot superintend 

Will superintend 

Will not superintend 

Might superintend 

Shall I (we) send a proper person to superintend 

Will you send a proper person to superintend 

I (we) will send a proper person to superintend 

IS (are) sendingaproper person to superintend 

You must superintend yourself 
Supplied. 

Well supplied 



SUP 



279 



CodbNo 

1 390 1 
13902 

13903 
13904 

13905 
13906 

13907 
13908 

13909 
13910 

1391 1 

13912 

13913 
139M 

13915 
13916 

13917 
13918 

13919 
13920 

13921 

13922 

13923 
13924 

13925 
13926 

13927 
13928 

13929 
13930 

13931 
13932 

13933 
13934 
13935 
13936 
13937 
13938 

13939 
13940 

13941 
13942 

13943 
13944 

13945 
13946 

13947 
13948 
13949 
13950 



CoDB Word 

Sunlit 

Sunniness 

Sunny 

Sunrise 

Sunrising 

Sunset 

Sunshade 

Sunshine 

Superable 

Superbly 

Superfices 

Superfine 

Superlate 

Supernal 

Supersalt 

Supervene 

Supervisor 

Supination 

Supine 

Supineness 

Supinity 

Supper 

SupperUss 

Supplant 

Supplement 

Suppleness 

Suppletory 

Supplianu 

Supplicant 

Supplique 

Supporter 

Supporting 

Suppressor 

Suppurate 

Supremacy 

Supreme 

Supprimer 

Surbaisse 

Surcador 

Surcease 

Surcharge 

Surcingle 

Surcoat 

Surcompose 

Surcotiper 

Surcroit 

Surculado 

Surefooted 

Sureties 

Suretyship 



Bxi^^lieir— continued. 

Badly supplied 

Will you be well supplied 

Shall be well supplied 

Expect to be well supplied 

Do not expect to be well supplied 

Was supplied 

Could not be supplied 

Owing to the gale cannot be supplied 

Was supplied and proceeded 

Supplied with anchor and chain and proceeded 

Supplied with coal and proceeded 

Supplied with provisions and proceeded 
S applies. 

When will the new supplies be ready 

Expect new supplies to be ready about 

Supplies are likely to be light 

Supplies are likely to be heavy 

Large supplies are going forward 

Moderate supplies are going forward 

Small supplies are going forward 

Large supplies coming to hand 

Moderate supplies coming to hand 

Small supplies coming to hand 

Large supplies in the market 

Moderate supplies in the market 

Small supplies in the market 

Supplies are increasing 

Supplies are diminishing 

Supplies exceed requirements 

Supplies do not meet requirements 

Supplies not yet to hand 

Have no supplies 

When may I (we) look for further supplies 

Continue to forward supplies 

What supplies do you expect to have 

Owin^ to lessened supplies 

Supplies are very short 
Supply. 

Can you supply 

Can you supply free on board 

Can you supply cost and freight 

Can you supply cost, freight, and insurance 

Can you supply ex ship 

Can you supply ex quay 

Can you supply to arrive 

Can you supply ex vessel off the coast 

I ^we) can supply 

I (we^ can supply free on board 

I (we) can supply cost and freight 

I (we) can supply cost, freight and insurance 



38o 



SUP— SUR 



CodrNo 

3951 
3952 

^3953 
3954 
^3955 
3956 

3957 

^3958 

3959 
3960 

3961 
3962 

3963 

3964 

3965 
3966 

3967 
3968 

3969 
3970 

3971 
3972 
3973 
3974 

3975 
3976 

3977 
3978 

3979 
3980 

3981 
3983 

3983 
3984 

3985 
3986 

3987 
3988 

3989 

3990 

3991 
[3992 

3993 
3994 

3995 
[3996 

3997 
3998 

3999 
4000 



CODB WOBD 

Surface 

Surfeited 

Surgery 

Surgical 

Surging 

Suriiness 

Surly 

Surmise 

Surmount 

Surmulet 

Surname 

Sumagfr 

Surpass 

Surpassing 

Surplice 

Surplomh 

Surplusage 

Surprised 

Surreption 

Surrogate 

Surround 

Surtaut 

Survenanu 

Survive 

Susceptive 

Suscipient 

Susdtar 

Suspecter 

Suspended 

Suspensive 

Suspicious 

Sustainer 

Sustenance 

Sutler 

Suzerain 

Swaddle 

Swagger 

Swaggering 

Swain 

Swcdnish 

Swallomng 

Swamp 

Swamping 

Swansdown 

Swarming 

Swarthily 

Swaying 

Sweater 

StuecUing 

Sweep 



Supply — continued, 

(we^ can supply ex ship 

(we) can supply ex quay 

(we) can supply to arrive 

^we) can supply ex vessel ofT the coast 

;we) cannot supply 

(we) cannot supply free on board 

^we) cannot supply cost and freight 

we) cannot supply cost, freight, and insurance 

fwei cannot supply ex ship 

:wei cannot supply ex quay 

|we) cannot supply to aprive 

^we) cannot supply ex vessel off the coast 
Can you supply me (us) with 
Can supply you with 
Cannot supply you with 
What can you supply 
Do not supply 

Forward another supply as previously 
Further supply is wanted 
The supply continues scant 
A large supply of inferior sorts 
A large supply of superior sorts 
The supply is abundant and demand dull 
The supply is short 
Is (are) in good supply 
I (we) have now a regular supply 
Although we have a good supply on hand 
I (we) will supply at figure(s) named 
I <we) shall be very glad to supply it (them) 
Moderate supply 
Fair supply 
In excess of supply 
Supply of old is running short 
Supply exceeds demand 
Through scarcity of supply 
Short supply of capital 
Abundant supply of capital 
Supply all possible information 
Can supply every ii^brmation 
Will supply every information 
Sore. 
Are you quite sure 
I am (we are^ quite sure 
I am (we are) not quite sure 
They are sure 
They are not sure 
Surrey. 
Subject to survey 
Has survey been held 
Survey has not yet been held 



SUR-TAK 



281 



CodkNo 



Cod* Wocd 



1400 1 


Sweepstake 


14002 . 


Sweetbread 


14003 


Siveeten 


14004 


Sweetheart 


14005 


Sweetmeat 


14006 


Sweetness 


14007 


Sweetstuff 


14008 


Swelling 


14009 


Sweltered 


I40IO 


Sweltering 


I40II 


Siverved 


I40I2 


Swiftly 


I40I3 


Swiftness 


I40I4 


Swimmer 


140 15 


Swineherd 


I40I6 


Swingingly 


I40I7 


Swinish 


I40I8 


Switched 


140 1 9 


Swivel 


14020 


Swooning 


1402 1 


Swordfish 


14022 


Swordsman 


14023 


Sycophant 


14024 


Syllabic 


14025 


Syllabist 


14026 


Syllogism 


14027 


Sylph 


14028 


Sylphide 


14029 


Sylvan 


14030 


Symbol 


1 403 1 


Symbolical 


14032 


Symmelrist 


X4033 


Symmetry 


14034 


Sympathize 


14035 


Sympathy 


14036 


Symphony 


14037 


Symptom 


14038 


Synagogue 


14039 


Syncope 


14040 


Syndicate 


1 4041 


Synod 


14042 


Synodical 


14043 


Synonymous 


14044 


TABARD 


1404s 


Tabbinet 


14046 


Tabby 


14047 


Tabernacle 


14048 


Tablature 


14049 


Tablecloth 


14050 


Tablet 



Surrey — continued. 

Hold survey immediately 

Have held survey 

Have held survey, certificate by first post 

Will hold survey at once 

Will hold survey as soon as practicable 

Hofd survey before breaking bulk 

Hold survey before opening hatches 

Hold survey(s) as you get on with the cargo 

Demand another survey 

has (have) demanded another survey 

Stureyed. 

Has (have) been surveyed 

Has mave) not been surveyed 

Has (have) been surveyed and condemned [sold 

Has (have) been surveyed and condemned to be 

Has (have) been surveyed and condemned to be 
Surveyors.— (See Sold) [destroyed 

Surveyors advise an immediate sale 

Surveyors have ordered her to be docked for 

Surveyors report [examination 

Wliat do surveyors recommend 

Surveyors recommend 

Get Lloyd's agent to appoint surveyor(s) 

Lloyd's agent will appoint surveyor(s) 

Lloyd's agent have appointed surveyor(s) 

Lloyd's agent will not appoint surveyor(s) 
Suspension. 

The suspension has been announced of 

The suspension is hourly expected of 
Sustained. 

What loss has been sustained 

What damage has been sustained 

Has (have) sustained a great loss 

Has ^have) sustained great damage 

Has mave) sustained no loss 

Has (have) sustained no damage 
System. 

Must have a better system 

Must have a different system 

The system is bad 

The system is very good 

Adopt a different system 

Cannot adopt a better system 
TACXLS.'-(See Ship's Gear, &&) 
Take. 

How long will it (he — they) take 

When will it (they) take place 

What quantity can you take 

It (he — they) will not take long 

It (he — they) will take a long time 



282 



TAK— TEL 



CodbNo 

4051 
4052 

4053 

4054 

4055 
4056 

4057 

4058 

4059 
4060 

4061 

4062 

4063 

4064 

4065 

[4066 
4067 

14068 

:4o69 
4070 
4071 
4072 

4073 
4074 

4075 
4076 

4077 
4078 

4079 

4080 

4081 

[4082 

4083 

[4084 

4085 

4086 

4087 

4088 

4099 

[4090 

[4091 

[4092 

4093 
[4094 

4095 
;4096 

4097 

4098 

4099 

4100 



Code Word 

Tabor 

Tabourtt 

Tabs 

Tabular 

Tabulated 

Tabulation 

Tadtly 

Taciium 

Tacker 

Tadical 

Tactiadn 

TacHliiy 

Tadpole 

Taffeta 

Tagn^ 

Tagtail 

Tailor 

Tailoress 

Tailoring 

Taintless 

Tainture 

Talebearer 

Talented 

Talisman 

TalkcUive 

Talker 

Tallness 

Tallawish 

Talmud 

Talmudical 

Tamable 

Tamarind 

Tamarisk 

Tambour 

Tambourine 

Tame 

Tameless 

Taming 

Tampering 

Tandem 

Tangent 

Tangential 

Tangible 

Tangle 

Tank 

Tankard 

Tanner 

Tanpit 

Tansy 

TatUalise 



Tt^i^'— continued. 

It (they^ will take place 

It (they) will not take place 

Will you take it (them) 

I (we) will take it (them) 

I (we) will not take it (them) 

If you can take it (them), telegraph 

If you can take more, telegraph 

Can take any quantity 

Can take a little more 

Cannot take any more 

As fast as can take on board 

As fast as can take on bpard and stow 

May I (we) take 

Can you take 

You may take 

Can take 

Cannot take 

Do not take 

Will take it (them) subject to 

Will uke it (them) subject to usual conditions 

Will be compelled to take 

Take everything that can be got 

Take nothing whatever 

Take if at all possible 
TaUy. 

Reep a correct tally 
A correct tally was kept 
No tally was kept 
Be very careful in the tally 
A careful tally will be kept 
Do not tally 
Telegrant 

CunotelMrijrimdentudtlM wordof7oartclC8nm,irtmportMit.i«pcmt 

Your telegram of is unintelligible 

Repeat your telegram, cannot clearly read it 



PI 

PI 



miMt Tour telegnuB from to both wordicxeliuiv* 

rapwt TOUT telc«zmm irom tho becinnlac to the word latter 

FtoMiNpflBft TOUT ttfegimmfton the word — tothe eadtlbnMreaeliwive 

I (we) now repeat telegram 

The -— word(s) in the telegram you refer to is (are) 

Waiting reply to my (our) telegram 

Send an early telegram 

Wait my (our) telegram 

Waiting your telegram 

Please refer to my (our) telegram (of ) 

As per your telegram of 
As per my (our) telegram of 
Please address telegrams to 
Telegram came to hand loo late 
Suggest you send telegram to 






CooeNo 


Code Word 


14101 


Tantamaunt 


14102 


Tantivy 


14103 


Tantrums 


14104 


Taper 


14105 


Tapering 


14106 


Tapestried 


14107 


Tapestry 


14108 


Tapster 


14109 


Tarantula 


14110 


Tardatum 


14111 


Tardiness 


14112 


Tardy 


14113 


Target 


14114 


Tarlatan 


I4«i5 


Tarnish 


14116 


Tarnishing 


14T17 


Tartan 


14118 


Tartareaus 


14119 


Tartarian 


14120 


Tartlet 


14121 


Tartly 


14122 


Tartness 


14123 


Tarts 


X4124 


Taskmaster 


i4"S 


Tasselied 


14126 


Tastable 


14127 


Taste 


14128 


Tasteless 


14129 


Tastefully 


14130 


Tatling 


14131 


Tatter 


14132 


Tattoed 


14133 


Tattooing 


14134 


Taught 


14135 


Taunted 


14136 


Taunting 


14137 


Tautology 


14138 


Tavern 


M'39 


Tawdrily 


14140 


Tawdriness 


14141 


Tawdry 


X4142 


Taxable 


14143 


Taxation 


14144 


Taxidermy 


14145 


Taxonomy 


14146 


Teachable 


14147 


Teacher 


14148 


leamster 


14149 


Teapot 


14150 


Tearful 



TEL 28 

TtA%iS;nmr^continued. 
Send copy of the telegram to shippers 

Send following telegram to 

Have sent telegram to 

Has (have) received a telegram announcing 

Your tele^m to hand and acted accordingly 

Your telegram to hand 

Your telegram to hand this morning 

Your telegram to hand yesterday 

No telegram from you 

Your usual telegram not to hand 

Have not received any telegram from you since 

Have you received my (our) telegram of yesterday 

Have you received my (our) telegram of 

What telegram do you mean 

Last telegram received from you was dated 

My (our) last telegram to you was dated 

Last lci«cnun KWJTad fttun yon wm dated and my (oar) laiit tcl^eram 

to you wa« dated 

My ^our) telegram of yesterday referred to 
My (our) telegram of referred to 

My oar lalafiam(a) i« (are) erldantly Interoeptad •omnrhcre 
Tour tcIacramCa) la van) arldantly latereaptod aomawlMra 

I (we) confirm my (our) telegram of this date 

I (we) confirm my (our) telegram of 

Your telegram to hand, I (we) conform to contents 
Your telegram to hand, I (we) cannot conform to 
Before receipt of telegram [contents 
After receipt of telegram 
I (we) withdraw my (our) telegram of 

I wa) withdraw my (oar> tokfram of and aulMtltate the ibllovlng 

Telegraph. 

Telejgraph by the * A B C ' code (4th edition) 

Advise by telegraph 

Telegraph as soon as possible 

Telegraph immediately 

Telegraph result 

Telegraph price^s) (rate(s)) 

Telegraph price(s) (rate(s)), and report of market 

Telegraph if there is any improvement 

Telegraph if matters look worse 

Telegraph me (us) 

Telegraph me (us) as follows 

Telegraph agent(s) at port of destination 

Telegraph agent(s) at 

Telegraph captain, care of 
If you telegraph immediately 
Telegraph me (us) fully 
Telegraph what you have done 

Telegraph ( ) what you do 

Telegraph whether you can 
Telegraph if in order 



284 



TEL-TER 



CodeNo 


14151 


»4i52 


'4*53 


14154 


14155 


i4X5<> 


HI 57 


14158 


U159 


14160 


14161 


14162 


14163 


14164 


14165 


14166 


14167 


14168 


14169 


14170 


14171 


14172 


M173 


141 74 


14175 


14176 


14177 


14178 


14179 


14 1 80 


14181 


14182 


14183 


14184 


14185 


141 86 


14187 


14188 


14189 


14190 


14191 


14192 


14193 


14194 


14195 


14196 


14197 


14198 


14199 


14200 



Code Wobd 

Teasing 

Technical 

Tedious 

Tedium 

Teemful 

Teething 

Teeioium 

Tigumeni 

Telescope 

Telltale 

TelluraU 

Temerity 

Temper 

Temperance 

Temperate 

Temperifig 

Templar 

Temporal 

Tempome 

Temptable 

Temptation 

Tempting 

Temulency 

Tenable 

Tenacious 

Tenacity 

Tenantable 

Tenanting 

Tena9ttless 

Tenantry 

Tendency 

Tender 

Tenderling 

Tenderness 

Tendinous 

Tendon 

Tendril 

Tendry 

Tendfrous 

Tenement 

Tenesmus 

Tense 

TensibU 

TensUity 

Tension 

Tentacle 

Tentacular 

Tentative 

Tenter 

Tenuity 



T^^t&gnsjf^—contimud. 
Telegraph if not in oider 
Telegraph confinnation 
Telegraph in any case 
Do not telegraph in any case 
I (we) have td^gnqihed 
I (we) wiU tel^;isq>h 
I (we) have telegraphed you 
Requests me (us) to telegraph you as follows 
Tdegraph what I am (we are) to do with 

has (have) instructions to telegraph jrou 

Useless tel^raphing unless definite answer 
Useless telegraphing unless definite answer, 'Yes ' 
Please telegraph conformity [or ' No ' 

Tel^raj^ me (us) here (at ) 

Telegraph wires broken down 

Telegraph line between — and — is interrupted 



Tekcnph Uw tatwaa — Md fa is 



There is no telegraphic communication with 
Tendeney. 

What is the tendency 

There is a rising tendency 

There is a filing tendency 

With a rising tendency 

With a fidling tendency 
Tender(s). 

Tenders are being advertised for 

Will you tender for 

will be put up for public tender 

I (we) will tender for 

I (we) will not tender for 

You may tender for 

You need not tender for 

May I (we) accept the tender 

Accept the tender 

Do not accept the tender 

Whose (what) tender is accepted 

My (our) tender is accepted 

My (our) tender is rejected 

Your tender is accepted 

Your tender is rejected 

^'s tender has been accepted 

— 's tender has been rejected 

Tenders will be received 



TMdtn wU bt rafldvad ftt tha Bnk of 

Tenns. 
What are your terms 
What are the best terms 
WiU the terms suit 



Eaglaad for I 



-'aaraea 



TER-THA 



285 



CodbNo 

I420I 
14202 

14203 

X4204 

I420S 

14206 
14207 
14208 
14209 
14210 
I42II 

142 1 2 

'4213 
I42I4 

I4215 

I4216 

14217 

I4218 

I42I9 

X422O 

I422I 

14222 

I4223 

14224 

14225 

I4226 

14227 

I4228 

I4229 

I423O 

'4231 
I4232 

M233 

"4234 

'423s 
14236 

M237 

14238 

14239 
1 4240 

14241 

14242 

'4243 
14244 

M245 
X4246 

14247 

X4248 

14249 

14250 



CODK Word 

Tepefy 

Tepid 

Tepidity 

Tepidness 

Terdnnth 

Terebraie 

Termagancy 

Termagant 

Terminable 

Terminis/ 

Termless 

Terrace 

Terrapin 

Terreous 

TerribU 

Terrier 

Terrific 

Terrify 

Terrifying 

Territory 

Terrorism 

Tersely 

Terseness 

Tertian 

TesselaU 

Tessular 

Testable 

Testacea 

Testament 

Testator 

Testifier 

Testifying 

Testimony 

Testiness 

Testing 

Tetanus 

Tether 

Tetragon 

Tetrarch 

Teutonic 

Textile 

Textorial 

Texture 

Thankful 

Thankless 

Thatcher 

Thatching 

Theatre 

Theatrical 

Theism 



TermM— continued. 

Accept the terms 

Cannot accept the tenns 

Terms will suit 

Terms will not suit 

Texms accepted 

Terms are too high 

Terms are too low 

Terms are too ambiguous 

Terms are too stringent 

Terms are too objectionable 

On the best terms 

On the lowest terms 

On satisfactory terms 

If on same terms as 

If on same or better terms than 

Same terms as lost 

Not knowing the terms 

Inform us the highest terms 

Inform us the lowest terms 

What are the terms offered 

Offered better terms [terms 

Inform me (us) immediately if you accept the 

Unless you expect better terms 

Endeavour to obtain better terms 

Cannot improve terms 

Expect to obtain all your terms 

Close at best possible terms 

Terms not mentioned 

Terms not to be mentioned 

Fixed on private terms 

I am (we are) trying better terms 

Best possible terms over quotation 

Make best terms possible [(rates) or better 

Make best terms possible, trying for last prices 

If terms unobtainable make best possible offer 

If my (our) terms are unobtainable 

Your terms unobtainable 

According to the terms 

Not according to the terms 

I (we) can obtain satisfactory terms 

I (we) cannot obtain satisfactory terms 

I (we) could offer much better terms 

Upon terms of your letter of 

Upon terms of your telegram of 

On equal terms would give you the business 

Terms are too onerous for me (us) to accept 

Unless come to terms at once 
Thanks. 



I (we) thank you very much 



(we) -thank you very much for your services 



286 



THI— TID 



CodeNo 

14251 
14252 

14253 
14254 

. M25S 

14256 
14257 

14258 

14259 

14260 
I4261 
14262 

14263 

14264 

14265 

14266 
14267 
14268 
14269 
14270 

I427I 

14272 

14273 
14274 

14275 

14276 

J4277 

14278 

14279 

14280 
T428I 
J4282 

14283 

14284 

14285 

14286 

14287 

14288 

14289 
14290 

I429I 

14292 

14293 
14294 

14295 

14296 

14297 

14298 

14299 
14300 



Code Word 

Theistic 

Theobroma 

Theocracy 

Theocratic 

Theodicy 

Theodolite 

Theogonist 

Theologian 

Theomachy 

Theorem 

Theoretics 

Theorist 

Theorizing 

Theory 

Themtetric 

Thermostat 

Thesis 

Theuigic 

Thicket 

Thickhead 

Thickness 

Thickskin 

Thimbu 

Thinking 

Thinly 

Thinness 

Thirst 

Thirstily 

Thistle 

Thither 

Thoracic 

Tharnback 

Th&mless 

Thortiy 

Thoughtful 

Thraldom 

Thrashing 

Threadbare 

Threader 

Threatful 

Threshold 

Thrift 

Thriftliss 

Thriftily 

Thrill 

Thrilling 

Thriving 

Throbbing 

Throne 

Thronging 



Think. 

Do you think 

What do you think (about) 

If you think 

Do whatever you think best 

I (we) think so (that) 

I we do not think so (that) 

I (we) think it will 

Do not think 

I (we) think it will not 

There is some reason to think 

I (we) think best plan would be to 

If you think well to (do this) 

I (we) do not think it will suit 
Through. 

Carry it through 

Cannot carry it through 

Will carry it through 

Quote through rate for from — to 

Cannot quote through rate(s^ you ask for 

At a through rate of freight (carriage) 

The through rate(s) asked for will be 
Thursday. 

On Thursday morning 

On Thursday evening 

During Thursday 

During Thursday night 

last Thursday 

Next Thursday 

Last Thursday week 

Next Thursday week 

Every Thursday 

Every other Thursday 

Every second Thursday 

Every third Thursday 

Every fourth Thursday 

First Thursday in the month 

Second Thursday in the month 

ITiird Thursday in the month 

Fourth Thursday in the month 

Last Thursday in the month 
Tide(8). 

Ebb tide 

Flood tide 

Neap tide 

Spring tide 
This tide 
Next tide 
With the tide 
Against the tide 



TID-TIM 



287 



CodeNo 

4301 
4302 

^4303 

4304 

4305 
4306 

4307 
4308 

4309 

4310 

43" 

43" 

4313 

4314 

431S 
43»6 

4317 
4318 
4319 
4320 
4321 
4322 

4323 

4324 

4325 
4326 

4327 
4328 

4329 
4330 
4331 
4332 

4333 
4334 

4335 
4336 

4337 

4338 

4339 
4340 

4341 
4342 

4343 
4344 

4345 
4346 

4347 
4348 

4349 
4350 



CODE Word 

Throttle 

Throwster 

Thrush 

Thrusting 

Thumb 

Thumbkin 

Thumper 

Thumping 

'ihundering 

Thwarted 

Tiara 

Ticketed 

Ticketing 

Tickle 

Ticklish 

Tidesman 

Tidily 

Tidiness 

Tidying 

Tiffin 

Tiger 

Tightness 

Jigress 

Tillage 

Tillering 

Tilting 

Timbered 

Timbrel 

Timeless 

Timidity 

Timidness 

Timorous 

Timorsome 

Tinctorial 

Tincture 

Tinder 

Tinfoil 

Tingling 

Tinkering 

Tinkler 

Tinman 

Tinsel 

Tinselling 

Tippler 

Tipsily 

Tipstaff 

Tiptoe 

Tirade 

Tiredness 

Tiresome 



TiiA{%y— continued. 

Expected off next tide 
Tight 

Not tight 

Not water tight 

Can be made tight 

Cannot be made tight 
Time. 

Ix)ng time 

Short time 

Usual time 

Long time ago 

Short time ago 

Can you extend the time 

What is the latest time that can be given 

At what time 

If time will permit 

Time is insufficient 

More time required 

Time will not allow 

Can time hh extended 

Endeavour to get time extended 

Can extend the time until 

Cannot give an extension of time 

Time must be limited to 

Time to commence 

Time to terminate 

Time has expired 

Within the time 

In good time 

Within the time mentioned 

Will arrive in good time 

Cannot arrive in time 

Not having arrived in time 

Cannot be done in the time 

Time occupied in waiting to count 

Time occupied in waiting not to count 

Likely to occupy a considerable time 

Can be done in the time 

If not loaded within a reasonable time 

If not discharged within a reasonable time 

The time asked for is quite unreasonable 

Present time 

For some time past 

For some time to come 

At time of shipment 

At time of discharge 

Will it (they) be in time 

Will be in time 

Will not be in time 

At same time 



288 



TIM— TO 



CodeVo 


Code Word 


1 435 1 


TithabU 


U3S2 


Tithing 


14353 


TiiillaU 


14354 


Titlark 


M355 


Titmouse 


14356 


Titubation 


14357 


Titulary 


14358 


Tittering 


I43S9 


Toad 


14360 


Toadish 


14361 


Toadstool 


14362 


Toadyism 


14363 


Toast 


14364 


ToddU 


14365 


Toddy 


14366 


Toggery 


14367 


Toilet 


14368 


Toilsome 


14369 


Token 


14370 


Tolerable 


14371 


Toleration 


14372 


Tollable 


M373 


Tollbar 


14374 


ToUbooth 


14375 


Tollgate 


14376 


Toilsome 


14377 


Tomahawk 


'4378 


Tomb 


14379 


Tombless 


143^0 


Tombstone 


1 438 1 


Tomfoolery 


14382 


Tomtits 


'4383 


Tongs 


14384 


Tongue 


14385 


Tonical 


14386 


Tonicity 


14387 


Tonsure 


14388 


Tontine 


14389 


Toothache 


14390 


Toothless 


1 439 1 


Toothpick 


1439* 


Toothsome 


14393 


Topaz 


14394 


Topical 


14395 


Toppingly 


14396 


Topknot 


M397 


Topple 


14398 


Torch 


M399 


Torchlight 


14400 


Tormenter 



Time — continued. 

Time used in shifting ports not count as lay days 

Time used in shifting ports to count as lay dacys 

Lose no time 

Time is all important 

It is now a good time 

It is now a very bad time 

It is now the best time 

It is now the worst time 

Should time and circumstances permit 

One o'clock, a.m. 

Two o'clock, A.M. 

Three o'clock, a,m. 

Four o'clock, a.m. 

Five o'clock, A.M. 

Six o'clock, A.M. 

Seven o'clock, a.m. 

Eight o'clock, A.M. 

Nine o'clock, a.m. 

Ten o'clock, a.m. 

Eleven o'clock, a.m. 

Twelve o'clock, midday 

One o'clock, p.m. 

Two o'clock, P.M. 

Three o'clock, p.m. 

Four o'clock, p.m. 

Five o'clock, p.m. 

Six o'clock, P.M. 

Seven o'clock, p.m. 

Eight o'clock, P.M. 

Nine o'clock, p.m. 

Ten o'clock, p.m. 

Eleven o'clock, p.m. 

Twelve o'clock, midnight 
To-day. 

Early to-day 

Late to-day 

About noon to-day 

Any time to-day 

Have you to-day 

I ^we) have to-day 

I (we) have not to-day 

May have to-day 
To morrow. 

Any time to-morrow 

To-morrow morning 

To-morrow afternoon 

Early to-morrow 

Late to-morrow 

Day after to-morrow 

Will you have to-morrow 



TO— TOW 



389 



CodbNo 


CoDB Word 


To-moiTOW — continued. 


1 440 1 


Tormenting 


I (we) shall have to-morrow 


14402 


Torpedo 


I (we) shall not have tomorrow 


14403 


Torpescent 


May have to-morrow 


14404 


Torpidity 


Ton(B).— (See Quantities, &c) 


1440S 


Torpidly 


How much per ton 


14406 


Torpidness 


At per ton 


14407 


Torpified 


How many tons 


14408 


Torpifying 


Secure up to tons 


14409 


Torpitude 


Shall require about tons 


14410 


Torrefy 


Tonnage. 


14411 


Torrent 


What is the tonnage of ^^ 


14412 


Tortoise 


Gross tonnage 


14413 


Tortuosity 


Net tonnage 


14414 


Tortuous 


Gross tonnage net tonnage — 


14415 


Torturer 


Can you secure tonnage 


14416 


Toryism 


Can secure the necessary tonnage 


14417 


Totality 


Can secure tonnage up to 


14418 


Totter 


Cannot secure the necessary tonnage 


14419 


Tottering 


Secure the necessary tonnage 


14420 


Touchable 


No demand for tonnage 


14421 


Touchingly 


Only moderate demand for tonnage 


14422 


Toughening 


Tonnage is abundant 


14423 


Toughness 


Supplyof tonnage greatly in excess of requirements 


14424 


Tourist 


Supply of tonnage greatly below requirements 


14425 


Toumay 


Tonnage is scarce and a good demand prevails 


14426 


Tourniquet 


There is a good demand for tonnage 


14427 


Tousling 


I ^we) want tonnage for 


14428 


Touter 


I (we) want the following tonnage 


14429 


Tournament 


Sufficient tonnage on the spot for requirements 


14430 


Towardness 


More thmn tuffident tonnage on the spot for requirements 


14431 


Towel 


I am (we are) open for tonnage at current rate(s) 


14432 


Towelling 


I (we) shall require steam tonnage up to — tons 


14433 


Towered 


I(we) shall require steam tonnage up to — quarters 


14434 


Towering 


I (we) shall require sailing tonnage up to — tons 


14435 


Townhall 


I(we)shall require sailing tonnage up to — quarters 


14436 


Township 


There is no doubt I (we) can secure all the ton- 


14437 


Townsman 


TotaL [nage required 


14438 


Toyish 


Telegraph total amount of 


14439 


Traceable 


Telegraph total amount of freight 


14440 


Tracery 


Telegraph total amount of goods offering for 


1444 1 


Tracking 


Total amount is 


14442 


Trackless 


Total amount of freight is £ ^^ 


14443 


Tractable 


Total amount of invoice is £ — 


14444 


Tractarian 


Total sales amount to 


14445 


Trader 


Total piuxrhases amount to 


14446 


Tradesman 


Total shipments amount to 


14447 


Trading 


Total deliveries amount to 


14448 


Tradition 


Towed. 


14449 


Traduce 


Can you get I ^ towed to — - 

Can you get (— ) towed to for £ — -^ 

u 


14450 


Traducing 



290 



TOW-TRA 



CodbNo 

4451 
445* 
4453 
4454 

4455 
4456 

4457 

4458 

4459 
4460 

4461 

[4462 

4463 
4464 

4465 
4466 

[4467 

4468 

4469 

4470 

4471 
4472 

4473 

4474 

4475 
4476 

4477 

4478 

4479 
[4480 

4481 

[4482 

44«3 
4484 

4485 
[4486 

4487 

4488 

4489 

4490 

4491 

4492 

4493 
4494 

4495 
4496 

4497 
4498 

4499 
[4500 



CODE Word 

Tragedian 

Tragedy 

Tragical 

Trailing 

TraiJ 

Traitorous 

Trajection 

Trajectory 

Trammel 

Trammeled 

Trafnontane 

Tramp 

Trampling 

Trance 

Tranquil 

Transactor 

Transcend 

IVansaibe 

Transept 

Transfix 

Transftxly 

Transform 

Transfuse 

Transgress 

Transiency 

Transitive 

Transitory 

Trafislate 

Translucid 

Transmute 

Transom 

Transpire 

Transplant 

Transpose 

Transverse 

Trapped 

Trappings 

Trappous 

Traumatic 

Travail 

Travailing 

Trcwelier 

Trat*erse 

Trawling 

Treachery 

Treacle 

Trecuiing 

Treadlrss 

Treadmill 

Treasure 



Towei— continued. 

Can get towed to 

Can get towed to for j£ 

Cannot get towed 
Must be towed to 
Must be towed home 
Has been towed in here 



Has been towed in 



[broken 
) with screw skaft 



Has been towed in here ( 

Has been towed m here ( ) with cnnk shaft brc>k«a 

Has been towed in here ( ) with screw pro- 
Towed safely into [peller lost 

has in tow 

has been passed with in tow 

Has towed in and claim j£ salvage 

What was the distance ship was towed 

What was the time ship was towed 

Was towed about miles 

Was towed about hours 

Has towed in 
ThuM. 

Can you trace 

Try all you can to trace 

Use every means regardless of expense to trace 

Will try to trace 

Can trace 

Cannot trace 

Can trace up to — 

If you can trace 

If you cannot trace 

If possible destroy all trace of 

All trace is effectually destroyed 
Trade.— <See Products, &c.) 

The trade 

Is any trade to be done 

No trade to be done 

Trade is very dull 

Trade is dull all round 

Trade continues very flat 

Trade continues very lively 

Trade is very active 

Trade is very fair 

Indications of a good trade 

Indications of a poor trade 

Trade is gradually increasing 

Trade is gradually decreasing 
TraiiL 

Send by passenger train 

Send by goods train 

Will be sent by train to-day 

Will be sent by train to-morrow 



TRA 



91 



CodbNo 


CODB Word 


14501 


TVeasurtfig 


14502 


Treatise 


14503 


Treatment 


14504 


Treble 


1450S 


Trrfoit 


14506 


Trellis 


14507 


Trembling 


14508 


Tremendous 


14509 


Tremulous 


14510 


Trenchant 


145" 


Trenched 


145" 


Trepanned 


14513 


Trepanning 


M5U 


TrepidaUd 


14515 


Trespass 


14516 


Tresses 


14517 


Triable 


14518 


Triad 


M519 


Triangular 


14520 


Tribe 


14521 


Tributary 


14522 


Tribute 


"4523 


Tricennial 


M524 


Trichord 


M525 


Irickery 


14526 


Trickish 


1^527 


Trickster 


14528 


Tricolor 


M529 


Trident 


14530 


Trifler 


1 453 1 


Trifoliate 


14532 


T^igamous 


M533 


Trigamy 


M534 


Triglyph 


M535 


Trigonal 


14536 


Trihedral 


14537 


Trilateral 


M538 


Trilobate 


M539 


Trilocular 


14540 


Trinity 


M541 


Trinket 


14542 


Triolet 


14543 


TripartiU 


M544 


Triplet 


U54S 


Triplicate 


M546 


Tripod 


14547 


Trimmer 


M548 


Trisected 


M549 


Triteness 


M550 


Tritheiim 



Tniji—eontinued, 

Will be sent by train in a few days 

Will be sent by train as soon as possible 
Transactioiu. 

Transactions are enormous 

Transactions are insignificant 

Transactions are moderate 

Transactions are very limited 

Have been a few transactions 

Have been a few transactions for your place (town) 

Have been tome good transactioos for jrooi* place (town) 
Have been mne cxtentive transactions for your place (town) 
A connderable number of transaction* haVe been entered into 

No transactions of moment to record 

No transactions whatever to report 

Transactions reported are small and solely to cover 

Transaction(s) is (are) approved of [urgent wants 

Transaction(s) is (are) not approved of 

Stop all further transactions with 

Stop all further financial transactions with 
Tranuer. 

Transfer the cargo from to 

Transfer the goods to 

Transfer my (our) order(s) to 

Please transfer to 

To whom shall I (we) transfer 

Do not transfer 
Xransferrdd. 

All is transferred 

Your order transferred to — - 

Cannot be transferred to • ■ 

Will be transferred to 

Tranship. 

Must have liberty to tranship 

Can have liberty to tranship 

Cannot have liberty to tranship 

Tranship the following to — • 

Do not tranship 
Transhipped. 

Can it (they) be transhipped in your port (at ) 

Can be transhipped here (at ) 

Cannot be transhipped here (at ) 

Must be transhipped here (at ) 

Has (have) been transhipped to 

In course of being transhipped 

To be transhipped at merchant's risk and expense 

To be transhipped at ship's risk and expense 

To be transhipped at merrJiant't risk and ship's expense 
To be tianshipped at ship's riik and merchant's expense 

Traasii 
Pack for transit from here to 
u a 



392 



TRA— TRU 



CdDBNo 
4SSI 

^4552 

4553 

4554 

14555 

^4556 

4557 

4558 

^4559 
4560 

4561 

4562 

4563 

4564 

4565 
4566 

4567 
4568 

4569 

4570 

4571 

4572 

4573 

4574 

4575 
4576 

4577 

4578 

4579 
4580 

4581 

:458a 

4583 

4584 

4585 
4586 

4587 
4588 

4589 

4590 

t459i 

459a 

4593 

4594 

4595 

4596 

4597 

4598 

4599 
4600 



Code Word 

Trihirate 

Triumph 

Triumphafit 

Trhial 

Trochaical 

Trodden 

Troglodyte 

Trolling 

Trollop 

Trombone 

Trophy 

Tropical 

Troubadour 

Trotters 

Trouncing 

Trout 

Truant 

Truantship 

Truce 

Truceless 

Truck 

Truckle 

Trucklifig 

Truckman 

Truculcnce 

Trudge 

Trud>om 

Truebred 

Truefti 

Truelove 

Trueness 

Truffle 

Truism 

Trumpet 

Trumpeting 

Truncate 

Truncation 

Truncheon 

Irundle 

Trundling 

Irunkhose 

Trunnion 

Trustee 

Trustful 

Trustiness 

Truthfully 

Truthless 

Trygon 

Tubercle 

Tubercular 



\ 



Tnakmi^amtinuedi 

Is it (are they) for transit 
It is (they are) intended for transit 
Is (are) in course of transit 
Report in transit the following 

Treaty. 

A treaty is reported to exist between — and — 
Is (are) in treaty for 
The treaty is settled 
The treaty has collapsed 

Trial. 
Trial will take place 
Trial is coming on in a day or two 
The case is now down for trial 
Trial not yet concludeii 
Trial concluded, verdict deferred 
Trial concluded, verdict guilty 
Trial concluded, verdict not guilty 
Trial concluded, result is 
Trial trip is very satisfactory 
Trial trip is very unsatisfactorv 
Trial of machinery is very satisfactory 
Trial of machinery is very unsatisfactory 
Trial trip at ship's expense and risk 
Trial trip at buyer's expense and risk 
Trial trip at builder's expense and risk 
Trial trip at seller's risk and expense 
Trial trip at ship's expense and charterer's risk 
Trial trip at charterei^s expense and ship's risk 
Trial trip at buyer's expense and seller's risk 
Trial trip at seller's expense and buyer's risk 
Trial trip at builder's expense and buyer's risk 
Trial trip at buyer's expense and builder's risk 

TribnnaJ. 

Take the matter before the tribunal 
I (we) have put the matter before the tribunal 
Has (have) put the matter before the tribunal 
Tribunal has decided in my (our) favor 

Tribunal has decided in favor of 

Must appeal to the Supreme Tribunal 

Tme. 
Not true 
Not a true report 
It is perfectly true 

Trusted. 

Is (are) to be trusted 

Should not be trusted in any case 

Can I (we) trust 

May be trusted to any amount 

May be trusted with every confidence 

May be trusted to the extent of j£- 



TRY-TUR 



293 



CodbNo 

1 460 1 
14602 
14603 
14604 
14605 
14606 
14607 
14608 
14609 
14610 
14611 
14612 

14613 
1 46 14 

146 IS 

14616 

14617 

14618 

14619 

14620 

1462 1 

14622 

14633 

14624 

14625 

14626 

14627 

14628 

14629 

14630 
14631 

1463 a 
14633 
14634 

M63S 
14636 

14637 

14638 

14639 
14640 

1 464 1 

14642 

14643 
14644 

1464s 
14646 

14647 

14648 

14649 

14650 



CoDB Word 

Tuberose 

Thdman 

Tubulated 

Tufaceaus 

Tufted 

Tuggitig 

Tuition 

Tuiiionary 

Tulip 

Tulipist 

Tumbler 

Tum^ 

Tumor 

Tumulus 

Tunable 

Tuneful 

Tuneless 

Tungstate 

Tungstemc 

Tunic 

Tuning 

Turban 

Turbidly 

Turbot 

Turbulent 

Turf 

Turfless 

Turgent 

Turgidous 

Turmoil 

Turncoat 

Turnery 

Turnip 

Turnkey 

Turnpike 

Tumplate 

Turnsole 

Turnspit 

Tumstyle 

Tuipitude 

Turquoise 

Turret 

Turtle 

Turtledove 

Tuscan 

Tutelage 

Tutor 

Tutoress 

Tutorial 

Tutorship 



Try. 

Shall I rwe) try 

Shall I (we) try elsewhere 

1 (we) will try 

Will try 

Will not try 

Try hard to 

Try again 

Try elsewhere 

I (we) will have to try elsewhere 

Try to do without 

Try to follow the plan laid out 

Try to carry it through if possible 

Try what you can do 
Tuesday. 

On Tuesday morning 

On Tuesday evening 

During Tuesday 

During Tuesday night 

Last Tuesday 

Next Tuesday 

Last Tuesday week 

Next Tuesday week 

Every Tuesday 

Every other Tuesday 

Every second Tuesday 

Every third Tuesday 

Every fourth Tuesday 

First Tuesday in the month 

Second Tuesday in the month 

Third Tuesday in the month 

Fourth Tuesday in the month 

Last Tuesday in the month 
Tiig(8). 

Send tug(s) immediately 

Employ tug(s) if possible 

Will send tug(s) 

Have engaged tug(s) 

Have engaged tug(s) to get her off 

Tug(s) has (have) been sent 

Cannot obtain tug(s) 

Tug(s) going off to assist 

Tug^s) now assisting 

Tug(s) assisted 

Tug(s) has (have) gone off to assist 

Tug(s) claim jQ 

Turn. 

Must wait turn 

Out of turn 

Will not have to wait turn 



29 \. 



TUR-UND 



CodrNo 

4^>52 

4^53 

4^54 

4^>55 
4656 

4657 
4658 

4659 
4660 

4661 

4662 

4663 

4664 

4665 

4666 

4667 

4668 

4669 

4670 

4671 

4672 

4673 
4'>74 

467s 
4676 

4677 
4678 

4679 

4680 

4681 

4682 

4683 

4684 
4685 
4686 

4687 
4688 
4689 
4690 
4691 
4692 

4693 
4694 

4^95 
4696 

4697 

4698 

4699 

4700 



CoDB Word 

TwfedU 

Tweezers 

Twig 

Twilight 

Twinkle 

Twirling 

Twisted 

Twittering 

Typical 

Typify 

UBEROUS 

Ulncation 

Ubiquitous 

Udder 

Ui^liness 

Ugly 

Ulcer 

Ulcerate 

Ulceration 

Ulttrior 

Ultimatum 

Ultimity 

Ultraist 

Umbellate 

Umbilical 

Umbonate 

Umbrage 

Umbrageous 

Umbratic 

Umpirage 

Umiccorded 

Utuulorea 

Unailing 

Unalist 

Unalloyed 

Unanimity 

Unanimous 

Unapt 

Uftawares 

Unbaked 

Unbar 

Unbecoming 

Unbeltet'cr 

Unbending 

Unbind 

Unbolted 

Unboned 

Unburnt 

Unbosom 

Unbridle 



Tarn — continued. 

Will be on turn 

In regular turn 

A regular turn to be allowed 

I (we) cannot allow turn clause 

Turn clause to be limited to 

Cannot wait turn 
Typhoon. 

Encountered a most severe typhoon 

A typhoon is now raging here (at ) 

A severe typhoon prevailed here (at ) and did 

iiwAHn^ [following damage 

Quite unable to 

Quite unable at present to 

Unable to comply with your wishes 

Unable to buy at your limit 

Unable to obtain your pnce(s) 

Unable to do anything at present 

Unable to sell the whole 

If unable to 

If unable to do so, telegraph 
Tnoertain. 

It is very uncertain 

Is (are) quite uncertain 

Continues very uncertain 

Departure (s) is (are) very uncertain 

Market is very uncertain 
Undergo. 

Must undergo some repairs 

Must undergo an examination 
Undersold. 

Undersold by others on the market 

Undersold by your own friends 
Undentaud. 

Do you understand 

Am I (are we) to understand 

I (we) understand 

I (we) do not understand 

I am (we are) very sorry to understand 

I am (we are) very pleased to understand 

I (we) do not quite understand you letter of — 

I (we) do not quite understand your telegram of — 

What am I (are we) to understand by your conduct 

Do understand 

Do not understand 

Cannot understand your communication 
Undertake. 

Can you undertake 

Must undertake 

I (we) can undertake 

I (we) cannot undertake 



UND— USB 



295 



CodbNo 

4701 
4702 

4703 
4704 

4705 
4706 

4707 
14708 

4709 

4710 

4711 

4712 

47^3 
47 "4 

4715 
4716 

4717 
47i8 

4719 
[4720 

4721 

4722 

4723 

4724 

4725 
4726 

4727 
4728 

4729 
4730 
4731 
4732 

4733 
4734 

4735 
4736 

4737 

4738 

4739 
4740 

4741 
4742 

4743 
4744 

4745 
4746 

4747 
4748 

4749 

4750 



CodbWoid 

Unc<tg€ 

Unchain 

Undnctte 

Uncivil 

Unclasp 

Unclean 

Uncohcsive 

Uncoil 

Uncomely 

Uncouth 

Uncreate 

Unction 

Ufiderdone 

Undergo 

Underhand 

UnderhiU 

Umkrlaid 

Undine 

Undertaker 

Unfairly 

Unformed 

Untnanly 

Undulating 

Uneducat^ 

Ungirded 

Unicom 

Uniformity 

Unionist 

Unique 

Unison 

Unitarian 

Unii>erse 

Unkempt 

Unlearned 

Untnanly 

Unnatural 

Unpaved 

Unravel 

Unrevoke 

Unripe 

Unrivalled 

UnruHness 

Unsafely 

Unsavoury 

Unseated 

Unseen 

Uns/uiken 

Unsightly 

Unsodably 

Unsolved 



Undertake — cottHnued. 

If you undertake 

If you cannot undertake 

If I (we) undertake 

Will undertake 

Do not undertake 

Will not undertake 
Tnderwriteri. 

Who are the underwriters 

Underwriters are 

Inform underwriters 

Give underwriters notice of 

Underwriters repudiate claim 

For account of underwriters 

Underwriters accept abandonment 

Underwriters will not accept abandonment 

Underwriters agree 

Underwriters acknowledge claim [amount 

Underwriters acknowledge claim, but rej^udiate 

Will yon or und«rwriten send some one to take chafige 

Underwriters will send some one to take charge 
Unfit 

Is (are) most unfit 

Unfit for the service intended 

Unfit for repairs 
Unless. 

Unless I (we) have 

Unless you have 

Unless he (they) have 

Unless for something compensatory 

Unless you have a freight 

Unless positively necessary 

Unless you can do better 

Unless you cannot do better 

Unless It saves 

Unless it loses 
Unsafe. 

Considered unsafe 

Considered unsafe by reason of 
Urge. 

I (we) cannot too strongly urge upon you 

I (we) cannot too strongly urge the matter 

You cannot too strongly urge the matter 

Urge the matter forward all you can 
Use. 

What is the use of 

Of no use whatever 

Do not use 

Is (are) of no use here 

Is (are) of no use at the place you mention 

No use now 



296 



USB— VAL 



CodrNo 

4751 
4752 

4753 

4754 

4755 

4756 

4757 

4758 

4759 
4760 

4761 

4762 

4763 
4764 

4765 
[4766 

4767 
4768 
4769 
4770 

4771 
[4772 

4773 
14774 

4775 
4776 

4777 
[4778 

4779 
4780 

4781 
4782 

4783 

4784 
[4785 

4786 

4787 
4788 

4789 
4790 

4791 
[4792 

^4793 
4794 

4795 
4796 

4797 
4798 

4799 
4800 



CODB WOBD 

Unsparing 

Unstrung 

Untaugiu 

Untenable 

Unthriving 

Untidy 

Untimely 

Untold 

Untraced 

Untrodden 

Untruth 

Unused 

Unvaried 

Unveil 

Unviolated 

Unwarily 

Unwashed 

Unwell 

Upbraiding 

Upholster 

Uplandish 

Uproar 

Upshot 

Upstart 

Urbane 

Urchin 

Urgency 

Ursine 

VACANCY 

Vacated 

Vacation 

Vacilate 

Vacuity 

Vagabond 

Vagarious 

Vagary 

Vagrancy 

Vainglory 

Vainness 

Valance 

Valedicted 

Valentine 

Valiantly 

Validation 

Validity 

Validness 

Vallatory 

VaUey 

Valorous 

Valuation 



Tie — continued. 

Use other means 

Will be of some gocyi use 

Use the wire (cable) freely 

Use the wire (cable) more freely 

There is no need to use the wire (cable) so freely 
Usual 

What are the usual terms (conditions) 

Subject to usual terms (condition(s)) 

To be sold on usual terms (conditions) 

Usual time 

Usual tare 

Usual tare and draft 

Usual place 

It is not usual 

It is usual 

Take the usual course 
Utmost 

Utmost price 

Utmost limit 

To the utmost 

Utmost caution 

Utmost caution must be used 

Utmost care 

Utmost care must be used 

Utmost endeavour 

Do your utmost 

I (we) will do my (our) utmost 

He (they) will do his (their) utmost 
VAGUE. 

Your instructions are too vague 

Instructions are very vague 
Value. 

Telegraph value 

What is the value 

The value is 

Of no value 

Of little value 

Of great value 

Actual value 

Estimated value 

Nominal value 

State the value as near as you can 

Consider the value to be 

Do not know the value 

Not considered of any value [register ton 
• Value of vessel to be not less than j£ per 

Value to be determined 

Value to be determined hereafter 

Value to be determined according to 

What is the estimated value of the ship 



VAL-VER 



297 



CodbNo 

1 480 1 
14802 
I4S03 

14804 

1 4805 

14806 

14807 

14808 

14809 
I48IO 
148 1 1 
I48I2 

I48I3 

I48I4 

I48IS 

I48I6 

148 1 7 
14818 
14819 
14820 
14821 
14822 
14823 
14824 
14825 
14826 
14827 
14828 
14829 

14830 
14831 

14832 

14833 
14834 

14835 
14836 

14837 
14838 

14839 
14840 

1 484 1 

T4842 

14843 
14844 

1 4845 
14846 

14847 
14848 

14849 

14850 



Word Code 

Valvular 

Vampire 

Vanadate 

Vandalism 

Vandyke 

Vanguard 

Vanisher 

Vanishing 

Vanity 

Vanquisher 

Vantage 

Vapidness 

Vaporation 

Vaporish 

Varicose 

Varied 

Vari^aie 

Variform 

Varioloid 

Varlet 

Vascular 

Vcusalage 

Vastness 

Vatican 

Vatianal 

Vaudevil 

VaulUd 

Vauftt 

Vauntingly 

Veering 

Vegdable 

Vegetation 

Vehement 

Vehicle 

Vellum 

Velocipede 

Velocity 

Velveteen 

Venality 

Venatorial 

Vendible 

Venefical 

Venemous 

Venerable 

Venetian 

Vengeanu 

Venison 

Venom 

Ventail 

Venthole 



Value — continued. 

What is the estimated value of the cargo 

What is the estimated value of the ship and cargo 

Estimated value of the ship j£ 

Estimated value of the caijgo jQ 

Estimated value of the ship and caigo £ 

Variation. 

Witibout variation 

There is great variation 

Very little variation 

No variation 

Telegraph if any variation 

Shows comparatively littie variation 

Owing to variation m the compass 
Ventura 

Can you get to join in the venture 

Will you join in the venture 

Will you take half share in the venture 

If you join in the venture 

If you do not join in the venture 

If I (we) join in the venture 

If I (we) do not join in the venture 

I (we) have no objection to join in the venture 

Will have no objection to join in the venture 

Will have nothing to do with the venture 

I (we) have no objection to take half share in the 

The venture leaves a loss [venture 

The venture leaves a profit 

The venture just clears itself 

Do not venture 
Verdict. 

Verdict is given in my (our) favor 

Verdict is given against me (us) 

Verdict is given in favor of 

Verdict is given against 

Verdict is expected to be given to-morrow 

Has (have) obtained verdict for 

1 (we^ have obtained verdict for 

(Jury) cannot agree as to verdict 

Verdict of murder 

Verdict of manslaughter 

Verdict of high treason 

Verdict of embezzlement 

Verdict of forgery 

Verdict of fraud 

Verdict of misdemeanour 

Verdict of suicide 

Verdict of suicide during temporary insanity 

Verdict of guilty 

Verdict of not guilty 

Verdict of 



298 




VES 


CodeNo 


COPB WOID 




1485 1 


Veil/ride 


Ve««I(t). 


14852 


Venturous 


1 (we) want sailing vessel{s) for the following 


'4853 


Veraeily 


t (>•) n.1 .Uli mil., .boiri _ to.. 4'. a»«il)> te.»V> 


14834 
I48SS 


yerbalize 
yerbatim 


Can give you a ready vessel 
May have a. vessel shortly 


14856 


Verberait 


Any vessel will do 


14857 


Verbosity 


Better secure vessel for — at lowest possible rate 


14858 


Vmfigris 


There is a demand for sailing vessel here (at) 


'4859 


Vfrdurt 


Forward vessel(s) wanted 


.4860 


Verger 


Backward vessels) wanted 


i486 1 


Veritable 


Have you secured a vessel for 


14863 


Verjuife 


A more forward vessel wanted 


14863 


Vermifuge 


A more backward vessel wanted 


,4864 


Vermmon 


Vessel too forward 


14865 


Verminate 


Vessel too backward 


14866 


Vermontest 


Cannot get a suitable vessel [offered 


14867 


Vernacular 


Cannot get a suitable vessel upon conditions 


14868 


Verttal 


By a first class vessel 


14869 


Vcmilily 


Telegraph name(s) of vessel(s) 


.4870 


Versatile 


Name(s) of vessel(s) is (are) 


1487. 


VerHfy 


Where is the vessel 


1487a 


Version 


Vessel is now 


14873 


Vertebra 


What is the size of the vessel 


14874 


Vertical 


Vessel will cany tons d/w 


14875 


Vertigo 


Vessel is too large 


14876 


Vesicate 


Vessel is too small 


14877 


Vtsicalion 


Vessel is suitable as to size 


.4878 


Vesicular 


Vessel U not suitable 


14879 


Vespers 


I (we) will take die vesse!(s) offered 


14880 


Vespertine 


Keep the vessel in hand 


1488 1 


Vestal 


Allow me (us) to substitute another vessel 


1488. 


Vestibular 


Secure another vessel to carry on the caigo 


14883 


Vestment 


Require another vessel 


14884 


Vestry 


If another vessel dr-^|>osable 


1488s 


Vestman 


If no other vessel disposable 


14886 


Veteran 


If a cheap vessel offers 


14887 


Veterinary 


If no cheap vessel offers 


I488U 


Vexation 


Other vesscl(s) is (are) in treaty 


14889 


VtxiUary 


Has the vessel 'tween decks 


14890 


Vexingly 


Vessel must have 'tween decks 


14891 


Viaduct 


Vessel has 'tween decks 


1489a 


Viand 


Vessel has no 'tween decks 


14893 


Vibration 


V_h-„W*d„-,«_..u.U«*..-M*.l«™.of»J5 


14894 


Vicar 


Vessel has a 'tween deck forward but not aft 


14895 


Viearage 


Vessel has a 'tween deck aft but not forward 


.4896 


Vicarious 


Vessel to be ceiled 


14897 


Vicarship 


Vessel to be ceiled and loaded under inspection 


.4898 


Vicegerent 


Expedite the vessel all you can 


14899 


Viceregal 


Secure it (them) for or following vessel 


l^-JOO 


Vicinity 


Is (are) looking about fur another vessel 



VES 



299 



CodeNo 

4901 
4902 

4903 
4904 

4905 
4906 

4907 

4908 

14909 

4910 

491 1 

4912 

4913 
[4914 

[4915 
4916 

4917 
4918 

4919 

4920 

4921 

4922 

4923 
4924 

4925 
4926 

4927 

4928 

4929 
:493o 

4931 
4932 

4933 
4934 

4935 
4936 

4937 

4938 

4939 
4940 

4941 
4942 

4943 
4944 

4945 
4946 

4947 
4948 

4949 
4950 



I 



COOB WOBD 

Viciously 

VictimcUe 

Victualler 

Viewless 

Vifil 

Viqilance 

Vigorous 

Vileness 

Villager 

Vinaceous 

Vincible 

Vindemiaie 

Vindictive 

Vinery 

Vineyard 

Vinosity 

Violate 

Violinist 

Viper 

Viperous 

Virago 

Virgin 

Viridity 

Virtuality 

Virtueless 

Virtuous 

ViruUncy 

Visage 

Viscerate 

Viscidity 

Viscount 

Vision 

Visigoth 

Visitable 

Visitation 

Vitalize 

Vitreous 

Vitriform 

Vitrify 

Vitriol 

Vitriolate 

Vituline 

Vituperate 

Vivacious 

Vivacity 

Vivid 

Vividfiess 

Vixen 

Vocable 

Vocalize 



Vessel — continued. 

Can I (we) ship per sailing vessel 

No sailing vessel loading 

No sailing vessel loading here for 

Sailing vessel full shall I (we) ship per steamer 

By what vessel have you shipped 

Vessel to arrive on or before — [of cancelling 

Vessel to arrive on or before — or have the option 

For loading the vessel 

For discharging the vessel 

Vessel to be consigned to 

Vessel to be consigned to me (us) 

Vessel to be consigned to you 

Vessel to be consigned to my (our) agents 

Vessel to be consigned to your agents 

Vessel to be consigned to charterers agent 

Vessel to be consigned to owners agent 

I (we) consign you a vessel 

Vessel will have to be stiffened 

To enable vessel to shift 

Vessel too deep 

Vessel must be lightened 

Vessel will be lightened 

Vessel to be lightened to feet 

Vessel will have to pay more charges 
Vessel will not have to pay more charges 

Vessel to call at 

Vessel waiting for orders at 

Can vessel go there (to ^ to load 

Can vessel go there (to ) to discharge 

Load no vessels without my (our) instructions 

Following vessel(s) here seeking 

Vessel classed 

Vessel not classed [bad weather 

Vessel(s) ordered (gone) to sea in consequence of 

State of vessel not yet ascertained [lowing 

Heavy sea swept the vessel carrying away the fol- 

Vessel will continue her voyage as soon as possible 

Vessel very much strained 

Vessel very much strained and leaking 

Vessel lying very badly 

Vessel breaking up 

Vessel breaking up and cargo washing out 

Vessel has broken up 

Vessel capsized 

Vessel full of water 

See no prospect of getting vessel off 

Vewd will not be got off ttnlcM weather moderates, m the it lylnr In an ex* 

Xiiotd potiOon 

The weather haa not abated tufnelently to permit boarding the vcmcI 
The weather hat not abated auflldentljr to permit landing ftora the ve»te1 

Think there is a fair prospect of getting vessel off 



300 



VES— WAI 



CodbNo 

4951 
4952 

4953 
4954 

4955 
4956 

4957 

4958 

4959 
14960 

[4961 

[4962 

E4963 
[4964 

4965 
[4966 

[4967 
[4968 

[4969 

4970 

4971 
[4972 

4973 

4974 

I497S 
[4976 

4977 
[4978 

C4979 
4980 

14981 

:498a 

4983 
[4984 

^4985 
4986 

[4987 

[4988 

4989 

4990 

[4991 

4992 

4993 
4994 

4995 
[4996 

4997 
4998 

4999 
5000 



CoDB Word 

Vocalness 
Vocative 
Vaciferaie 
Vogue 
Voiceless 
Voidance 
Volant 
Volatile 
VolatUity 
Volcanic 
Volition 
Voliaism 
Voltameter 
Voltatype 
Volubilate 
Volume 
Voluminous 
Voluntary 
Volunteer 
Voluptuary 
Vomica 
Vomitory 
Voracity 
Vortex 
Vortical 
Votary 
Voting 
Voucher 
Vouchsafe 
Vowel 
Voyager 
Vulgar 
Vulgarity 
Vulnerable 
Vulpine 
Vulture 
Vulturish 
WABBLE 
Wabbling 
Wachfeuer 
Wadded 
Wadding 
Wadhook 
Wadsett 
Waeldchen 
Waffnen 
Wafers 
Waftage 
Wajting 
Wafture 



'^enA-^continued. 
Vessel not much strained 
Vessel making water 
Vessel will be sold by auction 
Both vessel and cargo will be sold by auction 



What is vour view of the 

My (our) view of the 

Your view of the 

His (their) view of the 

In view of 

Have nothing in view at present 

Have something in view 

I ^we^ can carry out your views 

I (we) cannot carry out your views 
Violent 

Most violent 
Voyage. 

A very long voyage 

A very quick voyage 

A rough voyage 

A pleasant voyage 

During the voyage 

This voyage 

Next voyage 

Last voyage 

— days voyage 

Now on voyage to 

Will not call diis voyage at [nation immediately 

AH that can stand the voyage to proceed to desti- 

Fix for one voyage only 

Number of voyages to be at charterer's option 

Proceed on voyage without delay 

For the outward voyage 

For the homeward voyage 

For the round voyage 

For the intended voyage 

Time voyage not exceeding 
WAIT. 

Shall 1 (we) wait 

Wait further orders 

Wait for papers 

Wait for 

Wait a few days 

Cannot wait any longer 

Will not wait any longer 

Will wait until 

Cannot ^— wait 

How long can wait 

Must wait 

Must wait for spring tides 



WAI— WAR 



301 



CodrNo 

15001 

15002 

15003 
15004 

15005 
15006 
15007 
15008 
15009 
15010 
15011 
1501a 

15013 
15014 

15015 
15016 

15017 
15018 

15019 

15020 

15021 
15022 

15023 
15024 

15025 

15026 

15027 

15028 

15029 

15030 

15031 
15032 

15033 

15034 

15035 

15036 

15037 

15038 

15039 
15040 

15041 
15042 

15043 

15044 

15045 
15046 

15047 
15048 

15049 
15050 



Cods Wobd 

Wagegda 

Wagerer 

Wagering 

Wc^ng 

Waggish 

Waggoner 

WagtaU 

Wahrhaft 

Wahrwolf 

WailfuUy 

Wafling 

Wailment 

Wainage 

Wainrope 

Wainscot 

Waistband 

Waistcoat 

Waiter 

Waitress 

Wakefuily 

Waken 

Wakening 

Waldig 

WalkabU 

Walker 

Wallet 

Wallfahrer 

Wallflower 

WaUfruit 

Walloping 

Wallow 

Wallomsh 

Wallpaper 

Wailrue 

Wallunq 

Walhvort 

Walnut 

Waltz 

Waltzing 

Wamble 

Wandlebar 

Wanderer 

Wandering 

Wankelmuth 

Wantless 

IPantonfy 

Wantonness 

Wapentake 

Wappenskaw 



Wait — continued. 

Must wait for open water 

Wait till you receive my (our) letter of 

Wait till you receive my (our) instructions 

Do not wait 

Do not wait any longer 

Cannot wait an indefinite time 



Why are you waiting 

Waiting orders 

Waiting advices 

Waiting cargo 

Waiting tonnage 

Waiting supplies 

Waiting opportunity 

Waiting for spring tides 

Is now waiting for water to proceed 

Waiting change of wind to proceed 

Is (are) waiting for 

Will not improve by waiting 

Hope to do better by waiting 
Want 

What do you want 

Much in want of 

Buyers (dealers) not in want of 

Do you want any 

Do you want any more 

Do not want any more at present 

In want of supplies 

I (we) want 

not want 

Wanted. 

Is ^are) wanted immediately 

Is (are) desperately wanted 

Is (are) desperately wanted, make eveiy effort 

Will be wanted shortly 

Very httle (few) wanted 

Is (are) much wanted here (at ) 

War. 

In the event of war being declared 

Is there any prospect of war with 

There is no prospect of war 

There is no foundation for rumours of war 

•Has war been declared with 

Have you anything new to report about the wai 

War is very probable between 

Expect war will soon be declared with 

War declared with 

War has commenced in earnest 

The war continues 

Expect the war to continue for some time 



302 



WAR— "W AT 



CodbNo 

1505* 

15053 

15054 

'5055 
15056 

"5057 
15058 

15059 
15060 

1 506 1 

15062 

15063 

15064 
15065 

15066 

15067 

15068 

15069 

15070 

15071 

15072 

'5073 
15074 

15075 
15076 

15077 
15078 

15079 
15080 

15081 
15082 

15083 
15084 

15085 
15086 

15087 
15088 

15089 
15090 

15091 
15092 

15093 
15094 

15095 
1 5096 

15097 
15098 

15099 
15100 



Code Word 

IVardeatm 

WarbUd 

Warbling 

IVarcty 

Warden 

Wardership 

Wardmote 

Wardrobe 

Wardship 

Wardsmith 

Wareroom 

Warfare 

Warhable 

Warhorse 

Warily 

Warlike 

Warmish 

Warmness 

Warmth 

Warping 

Warproof 

Warrantise 

Warren 

Warrior 

Warworn 

Wartless 

Wartu*ort 

Wanvhoop 

Washable 

Washball 

Washboard 

Washer 

Washerman 

Wash house 

IViishing 

Washtub 

Wasp 

Waspish 

Wassail 

Wasteful 

Wasteland 

Wastepipe 

Wasting 

Watchfully 

Watchhouse 

Watching 

Watchman 

Watchtower 

WatchuH>rd 

Waterbird 



I 



War — continued. 

The war continues in a very desultoiy maimer 

Tlie war continues with increasing vigour 

There is every prospect of conclusion of the 

The war is virtually ended 

War is evidently finished 

Owing to rumours of war 

There is a prospect of renewal of the war 

There is no prospect of renewal of the war 
Warranted. 

Can it (they) be warranted 

Must be warranted 

Can be warranted 

Warranted equal to sample 

Warranted equal to last parcel 

Cannot be warranted 

Cannot be warranted equal to last parcel 

Warranted no Baltic, Wliite or Black Seas 

Warranted no British North America 

Warranted no West Indies 

Warranted no Azores 

Wamaltd m Bidtk, White or Maek 8cm, BrltMi Ncfti 

CIndlci, or AaoTM, during thi wiiu 

Warehonae. 

Hire a warehouse 

Hire a warehouse for the occasion 

No warehouse room to be got 

Warehouse accommodation very poor 

Warehouse accommodation very good 

Have arranged for a warehouse 
Watoh. 

Keep a watch on ■ 

I am (we are) keeping a strict watch on 

Is (are) keepmg a strict watch on — - 
Water. 

What depth of water have you 

Depth of high water spring tides 

Depth of high water neap tides 

Do not think there will be sufficient water Ibr 

First open water 

To load first open water 

To load within days after open water 

Not sufficient water 

Plenty of water 

feet of water in the hold 

Is waterlogged 

Flooded with water and put out fire(8) 

Is reported waterlogged 

Is making water 

Makes no water 

Reported making water 

Engine room full of water 



WAT— WEA 



303 



:o 
I 
2 

3 
4 

5 
6 

7 
8 



CodbNo 

5101 
5102 

5103 
5104 

5105 
5106 

5107 
5108 

5109 

51 

51 

51 

51 

51 

51 

51 

51 

51 

51 
5120 

5121 

5122 

5123 
5124 
5"S 
5126 
5127 
5128 
5129 

5130 
5131 
5132 

5133 
5134 

5135 
5136 

5137 

5138 

5^39 
5140 

5141 
5142 

5143 
5144 

5145 
5146 

5147 
5148 
5M9 
5150 



CODB WOKD 

Waterbutt 

Watercart 

Watercress 

WcUerflood 

Waterfowl 

Watering 

Watergate 

Watergruel 

Waterhen 

Waterman 

Watermill 

Waterpail 

Waterfnpe 

Waterpot 

Watershed 

Waterside 

Waterspout 

Waterwall 

Waterwheel 

Watenoark 

Watery 

Watscheln 

Wattling 

Waveless 

Wavetlite 

Wavering 

Waxend 

WaxUghi 

Waxwing 

Waxwork 

Waybill 

Wayfarer 

Wayfaring 

Waylay 

Waymark 

Wayside 

Wayivardly 

Wakening 

Weakling 

Weakness 

Wealden 

Wealsman 

Wealthily 

Weaning 

Weapon 

Weaponless 

Weariness 

Wearable 

Wearer 

Weariftdly 



ITKta^continued. 

Hold(s) full of water 

Is now lying on the mud full of water 

Is now lying on the shore full of water 

Is fiill of water 

Water is rising fast 

Water is subsiding fast 

Caused ship to make much water 

Water washing in and out, each rise and fall of tide 

Water has no appearance of decreasing 

Is waterlogged and unmanageable 

Making water in the fore hold 

Making water in the main hold 

Making water in the after hold 

Making water in the engine room 

Decks covered at high water 

Decks dry at low water 
Weather.--(See Wind). 

Very bad weather prevailing here 

Stress of weather 

Change of weather 

We have frosty weather 

Soon as the weather changes 

As soon as weather permits 

There is no change in the weather 

Owing to the severity of the weather 

Should the weather continue fine 

Should the weather continue bad 

There is a favorable change in the weather 

There is an unfavorable change in the weather 

Owing to bad weather at sea 

Delayed by bad weather 

Having experienced heavy weather 

Every prospect of bad weather 

On account of bad weather 

In event of bad weather 

Every appearance of worse weather 

Every appearance of present weather lasting 

Should the weather upon arrival 

Should the wwtber npon anival prevent working, the vend to proceed *o 

In consequence of the weather 

Weather too rough to do anything 

All depends on the state ot the weather 

Weather very unfavorable 

Weather has changed for the better 

Weather permitting 

Weather favorable for operations 

Weather very unsettled 

Weather continues fine 

Weather continues very bad 

Weather continues very boisterous 



304 



WEA— WEE 



CodbNo 



51 

53 
54 

55 
56 

57 

58 

59 
60 

61 

62 

63 

[64 

65 
66 

67 
68 

69 

70 

71 
72 

73 

74 

75 
76 

77 

78 

79 
80 

81 

82 

83 
84 

85 
86 

87 
88 

89 
90 

91 

92 

93 

94 

95 
96 

97 
98 

99 
5200 



S 
5 
S 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
S 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 



CODB WOKD 

Wearisome 

IVeasd 

Webhed 

Webfoot 

Wtuidifigs 

Wedged 

Wedlock 

Weediess 

Wfepers 

Weepin^y 

Weftage 

We^d/asen 

Wfgbrennen 

Weevil 

Wegfahren 

Wegmtuhen 

Wegradiren 

Wehmutter 

Weiberhaft 

Wtichling 

Wtidmann 

Weighbiam 

Weightily 

Weightless 

Weird 

Welch 

Welchman 

Welded 

Weigerung 

Weinerlich 

Welcome 

Welcoming 

Weldingly 

Welfare 

Welkin 

We/lbom 

Wellbred 

Wellnigh 

Wellspring 

Welliviih 

Weltering 

Welting 

Wench 

Wenckiike 

Wennish 

Weregild 

Wesleyan 

Wetness 

Wetshod 

Wetterglcu 



Weather — continued 

Weather wild and stormy 

Weather thick 

Weather thick and foggy 

Weather thick with rain 

Weather hazy 

Weather very fine 

Weather clear and fine 

Weather unusually fine 

Weather moderate, cloudy 

Weather fresh 

Weather squally 

Weather squally with snow 

Weather bad with snow and rain 

Weather unusually bad 

Experienced bad weather during the voyage 

Experienced fine weather during the voyage 

Experienced variable weather during the voyage 

Encountered terrific weather 
Wednesday. 

On Wednesday morning 

On Wednesday evening 

During Wednesday 

During Wednesday night 

Last Wednesday 

Next Wednesday 

Last Wednesday week 

Next Wednesday week 

Every Wednesday 

Every other Wednesday 

Every second Wednesday 

Every third Wednesday 

Every fourth Wednesday 

First Wednesday in the month 

Second Wednesday in the month 

Third Wednesday in the month 

Fourth Wednesday in the month 

Last Wednesday in the month 
Week. 

During the week 

During last week 

During week after next 

About beginning of the week 

About middle of the week 

About end of the week 

About beginning ot next week 

About middle of next week 

About end of next week 

Last week 

This week 

Next week 



WEE— WIL 



305 



CODSNO 


Cods Word 


Week — continued. 


I520I 


Whacking 


In a week's time 


15202 


Whole 


Week by week 


15203 


Whaldxme 


One week 


15204 


Whaling 


Two weeks 


15205 


Whapper 


Three weeks 


15206 


Whatnot 


Four weeks 


15207 


Wheatear 


Every week 


15208 


Wheatgrass 


Every alternate week 


15209 


Wheedle 


Every third week 


I52IO 


Wheedling 


Every fourth week 


lS2Jt" 


Wheeler 


Weekly. 


I52I2 


Whelp 


Weekly shipments (forwardings) 


I52I3 


Whelping 


Weekly deliveries 


I52I4 


Whemmel 


Weekly payments 


I52I5 


Wherewith 


Weigh. 


I52I6 


Whetstone 


Weigh upon arrival 


I52I7 


Whetter 


Do not weigh 


I52I8 


Wherry 


Weigh the following goods upon arrival 


I52I9 


Whey 


You must weigh the cargo 


15220 


Wheyish 


Weighed. 


I522I 


Whiffing 


Will have it (them) we^hed upon arrival 


15222 


Whiffle 


Insist upon having it (them) weighed 


15223 


Whiggery 


Weighed and found correct 


15224 


Wh^ish 


Weighed and found short 


^5225 


Whaling 


Weighed and found over 


15226 


Whim 


Weight 


15227 


Whimifrel 


Send weight account 


15228 


Whimper 


Send certified weight account 


15229 


Whimpering 


Net invoice weight 


15230 


Whimsey 


Weight unknown 


I523I 


Whimsical 


Weight and contents unknown 


15232 


Whimwham 


Take every precaution to check weight 


15233 


Whining 


Must be on the gross weight 


15234 


Whipcord 


Must be on the net weight 


15235 


Whiplash 


What is the weight of 


15236 


Whipping 


What is the net weight of 


15237 


Whipstaff 


What is the gross weight of 


15238 


Whipster 


What is the weight of the heaviest piece (package) 
The weight of the heaviest piece (package) is — 


15239 


Whipstock 


15240 


Whirlbai 


What is the net and gross weight of 


1 524 1 


Whirl^g 


Net weight gross weight ^— 


15242 


Whirling 


Net weight 


15243 


Whirlpool 


Gross weight 


15244 


Whirlwind 


Weight must not exceed 


15245 


Whisking 


Any weight up to 


15246 


Whisper 


Wkarl 


15247 


Whispering 


Alongside wharf 


15248 


Whistle 


Free on wharf 


15249 


Whistling 


Free ex whsuf 


15250 


Whitebait 


WilL 



3o6 



WIL-WIS 



CODSNO 

5«52 
5«53 

5^54 

5255 
5256 

5«57 

5258 

5259 
5260 

5261 
5262 
5263 
5264 
5265 
5266 

5267 
5268 

5269 
5270 

5271 
5272 

5273 
5274 

5275 
5276 

5277 
5278 

5279 
5280 

5281 

5282 

5283 

5284 

528s 
5286 

5287 
5288 

5289 
5290 

5291 
5292 

5293 
5294 

5295 
5296 

5297 
5298 

5299 
S300 



CoDB Word 

Whiieface 

JVkiiehair 

Whiteheat 

Whitthouse 

Whiteness 

Whitening 

Whitestone 

Whitethorn 

Whitewash 

Whitlow 

Whitsun 

Wholeness 

Wholesome 

WhoUy 

Whooping 

Whortle 

Wickedly . 

Wickedness 

Wickerwork 

Wicket 

Wicliffite 

Wideness 

Widening 

Widerhalt 

Widerlich 

Widerrufer 

Widgeon 

Widmung 

Widower 

Widowhood 

Wieldabk 

Wieldness 

Wieldly 

Wifehood 

Wifeless 

Wigwam 

WUdhret 

Wilderness 

Wildfire 

Wil4goose 

Wildness 

Wilfully 

Wilfulness 

Willemite 

Willingly 

Willowish 

Willowweed 

WUhwwort 

Wimple 

Windbag 



WaH—continued 

WiUyou 

Will It (he— they) 
I (we^ will 
I (we) will not 
If (he— they) will 
If (he — they) will not 
If you will 
If you will not 
If it (he— they) will 
If it (he— they) will not 
You will 
You will not 
Will be 
WiU not be 
Will be with you 
Will be with you about 
WiU be here 
Will be here about 
WiBi^See Breeze — Gale— Hurricane) 
Wind and weather permitting 
A strong wind 
A moderate wind 
A light wind 

Waiting change of wind to proceed 
In consequence of prevailing light wind 
In consequence of contrary winds 
North 
N.N.K 
N.E. 
E.N.E. 
East 
KS.EL 
S.K 

South 

S.S.W. 

S.W. 

W.S.W. 

West 

WJ^.W. 

N.W. 

N.N.W. 



This winter 
Last winter 
Next winter 
During the winter 

Wish. 

If you wish 

If you do not wish 



WIS— WOR 



307 



COdbNo 

S30I 

5302 

5303 

5304 

5305 
5306 

5307 

5308 

5309 

53«o 

S3" 

S3" 

5313 

tS3i4 

:S3iS 
S316 

5317 

5318 

S319 
S320 

S32I 
S32« 
53«3 

5324 

S3»S 
S326 

53*7 
5328 

5329 
S330 

5331 
5332 

5333 
5334 
S33S 
5336 

5337 
5338 

5339 
5340 

5341 
5342 
5343 
5344 

5345 
5346 

5347 
5348 

5349 
5350 



CoDB Word 

Wincing 

Wind^ 

WindfaU 

Winding 

Wingless 

WindmiU 

Windpipe 

Wateniford 

Winged 

Wingless 

Winker 

Winkingly 

Winkle 

Winnow 

Winnowing 

Winsome 

Wiping 

Wirthbar 

Wirthlich 

Wirthschaft 

Wiredraw 

Wiry 

Wisdom 

Wiseacre 

Wiseling 

Wiseman 

Wiseness 

Wishful 

Wishing 

Wisp 

Witchcraft 

Witchery 

Witchtree 

Withal 

Witherhand 

Withered 

Withering 

Witholden 

Withstand 

Witless 

Witling 

Witnesser 

Witted 

Witterung 

Witticism 

Wittily 

Wittiness 

Wittingly 

Wizard 

Wizened 



Wish — continued. 
I (we^ do wish 
I (we) do not wish 

wish that you would 

do not wish you to 

Do not wish 

Unless you wish 

Unless you wish me ^us) to 

Unless you wish me (us) not to 

Your wish shall have every attention 

Regret your wish cannot be complied with 

When do you wish 

I (we) wish you — every happiness and prosperity 

I (we) wish you — the compliments of the season 

I (we) wish you a Menry Chrittmat and a Happy New Year 

I (we) wish you — ^ a happy and proeperous New Year 

Withdraw. 

Give notice to withdraw 

I (we^ withdraw 

I (we) shall withdraw 

I (we) shall not withdraw 

May I (we) withdraw 

You cannot withdraw 

If you withdraw 

To withdraw 

Wishes to withdraw 

Do not withdraw 

Will not withdraw 
Withdrawn.-H[See Sales). 

Have you withdrawn 

I (we) have withdrawn 

I (we) have not withdrawn 

has (have) withdrawn 

Has (have) been withdrawn 

Will be withdrawn 

Expect to be withdrawn 

Balance withdrawn 

Balance to be withdrawn 

Proceedings withdrawn 

To be withdrawn 
Worlr(8). 

Will not work 

Refuse(s) to work 

Refuse(s) to work at a reduction 

Refu8e(s) to work unless 

Men refuse to work overtime 

Men agree to work short time 

Men agree to work overtime 

Employers agree to work overtime 

Employers agree to work short time 

Employers have closed their works 
X 2 



3o8 



WOR— WRE 



CodbNo 

15352 
15353 
15354 

15355 
15356 

15357 

15358 

IS359 
15360 

15361 
15362 

15363 
15364 

15365 
15366 

15367 
15368 

15369 
15370 
15371 
15372 

15373 

15374 

15375 
15376 

15377 
15378 

15379 
15380 

15381 
15382 

15383 
15384 

15385 
15386 

15387 
15388 

15389 
15390 

15391 
15392 

15393 
15394 

15395 
15396 

15397 
15398 

15399 
15400 



CODB WOBD 

Wofully 

Woftdness 

Wohnstube 

Wolfdog 

Wolfish 

Wolfsbane 

Wollarbdt 

Wolverene 

Womanhood 

Womanish 

Womanlike 

Womanly 

Womhat 

Wofider 

Wonderful 

Wonderment 

Wondrously 

Wonttdness 

Woodbine 

Woodbird 

Woodcock 

Woodcraft 

Woodcut 

Wooddove 

Woodhatch 

Woodhouse 

Woodiness 

Woodland 

Woodlark 

Woodmonger 

Woodnymph 

Woodpecker 

Wor*dpigeon 

Woodreeve 

Woodroof 

Woodsare 

Woodside 

Woodsman 

Woodsorrel 

Woodstack 

Woodwork 

Woodyard 

Wooed 

Wooingly 

WooUiness 

Woolmm 

Woolpack 

Woolstaple 

Wordbook 

Wordiness 



IToAi^y-^coniinued, 

Employers have reopened their works 

Has (have^ not yet commenced to work 

Has (have) commenced to work 

Will commence to work 

Engines work very well 

Engines work very badly 

Works well 

Works badly 

Cannot get the — to work 

Work day and night 

Work day and night if necessary 

If work day and night owners to bear the expense 

If work day and night merchants to bear the ex- 
Worn, [pense 

Cannot be worn out 

Is (are) worn out 

Thoroughly worn out 

Appears worn out 
Worth. 

What is — worth 

Worth about 

Worth nothing 

Not worth while 

Not worth holding 

Provided it is worth 

Provided it is worth doing 

Provided same is worth the freight 

Probably worth 
Worse. 

Telegraph if matters grow worse 

Is (are) much worse 

Is (are) slightly worse 

Cannot be much worse 

Matters are getting worse 

Do not think matters will be worse 

Things will be worse yet 

Is (are) no worse 
Wreek. 

Parted from her anchors and became a wreck 

Is a total wreck 

The wreck of 

I (we) think it best to sell the wreck as it lies 

If you think it best sell the wreck as it lies 

Every attention will be made to save wreck 

Expected to become a wreck 

Must become a total wreck 

Wreck is breaking up 

Nothing can be found to identify the wreck 

The only part visible of the wreck is 

The wreck is to be sold 



WRE— YES 



309 



CodbNo 



Code Word 



1 540 1 


Workable 


15402 


IVorkbox 


J^5403 


Worker 


15404 


Workfolk 


15405 


Workhouse 


15406 


IVorkmanfy 


15407 


Workshop 


15408 


World 


15409 


Worldling 


15410 


Worldunse 


15411 


Wormeaten 


15412 


Worming 


1 5413 


Wormwood 


X5414 


Womout 


15415 


Worry 


15416 


H 'or ship 


15417 


WorsHpfid 


15418 


Worsted 


15419 


Worthily 


15420 


Worthiness 


15421 


Worthless 


15422 


Woundily 


15423 


Woundless 


15424 


Woven 


15425 


Wrack/ul 


15426 


Wrangler 


15427 


YAGER 


15428 


Yankee 


15429 


Yardarm 


15430 


Yarro70 


15431 


Yawning 


15432 


Yearling 


»5433 


Yearn 


15434 


Yeasty 


15435 


Yelling 


15436 


Yello%v 


15437 


Yellowboy 


15438 


Yellowness 


15439 


Yeomanry 


15440 


Yew 


1 544 1 


Yewherry 


15442 


Yieldance 


15443 


Yielder 


15444 


Yoke 


15445 


Yckefellow 


15446 


Yokemaie 


15447 


Yonder 


15448 


Young 


15449 


Youfigman 


15450 


Yoioigstcr 



Wreok^continued 

Customs authorities have sold the wreck 

Customs authorities have sold all goods salved 

Consul has engaged men to salve wreck 
Wrecked 
• Is wrecked at ■ 

Is reported wrecked at 

Writ 

An Admiralty writ has been placed on board 

Issue a writ 

Has (have) issued a writ against 
Write. 

Write immediately 

Write immediately to ^-^ 

Write inmiediately with all particulars 

Write me (us) addressed to 

I (we) write you addressed to 

Write me (us) first post full report on your market 

Write full particuJars by next mail 

I ^we^ write you full particulars 

I (we) write you Ml mstructions 
Wrong. 

Is (are) entirely wrong 

There is something wrong with 

There must be something wrong 

Is anything wrong with 

You are entirely wrong 
T£AB(S). 

Diuing the year 

During last year 

During next year 

During the year after next 

About beginning of the year 

About middle of the year 

About end of the year 

About beginning of next year 

About middle of next year 

About end of next year 

Last year 

This year 

Next year 

How many years 
Yield. 

What will it yield 

It (they) will yield nothing 

It (they) will yield a good return 

It (they) will yield a poor return 
Yesterday. 

Yesterday morning 

Yesterday afternoon 

Yesterday evening 



3IO 




YES-ZEA 


CodkNo 


CODB Word 


Tefterday-*r(0»iSrVif<A/. 


»545' 
»5452 


Youthful 
ZANY 


Dav before yesterday 


>S453 


Zenith 


Your zeal is misapplied 


1 5454 


Zephyrical 


Zeal is greatly required 


>5455 


Zigzag 


Your zod is appreciated 


15456 






'5457 






15458 






'5459 




# 


15460 






1 5461 






15462 






15463 






15464 






15465 






15466 






15467 


■ 




15468 






15469 






15470 






"5471 






1547a 






15473 






15474 






'5475 






15476 






15477 






15478 






15479 






15480 






1 5481 






15482 




' 


15483 






15484 






15485 






15486 






15487 






15488 






15489 






15490 






1 549 1 






1549a 






15493 






15494 






15495 






15496 






15497 






15498 






^5499 






15500 







ADDENDA 



TO 



PABT I. 



MESSAGE 



313 



CodkSo 



15501 
15502 

15503 
15504 

15505 
15506 

15507 
15508 

15509 
15510 

15511 
15512 

i55»3 

15514 

35515 
15516 

15517 
15518 

15519 
15520 

15521 
155" 

15523 

15524 
15525 



Code Word 



Bu^car 

Buggy 

Buglekom 

Bugler 

Building 

Bulbous 

Bulged 

Bulimy 

Bulkintss 

Bullace 

Bullcalf 

Bulldog 

Bulletin 

Bullfinch 

Bullfrog 

Bullirag 

Bullock 

Bulltrout 

Bulrush 

Bumboctt 

Bumper 

Bumkin 

Bumptious 

Bunch 

Buncombe 



ixj 



MESSAGE 



31? 



CodbNo 


Code Word 




15501 


Bugbear 




15502 


Buggy 




15503 


Bugiehom 




15504 


Bugler 




15505 


Building 




15506 


Bulbous 




15507 


Bulged 




15508 


Bulimy 




15509 


Bulkinas 




15510 


Bullace 




15511 


Bullcalf 




15512 


Bulldog 




15513 


Bulletin 




15514 


Bullfinch 




25515 


Bullfrog 




15516 


Bullirag 




15517 


Bullock 




15518 


Bulltrout 




15519 


Bulrush 




15520 


Bumboat 




3^5521 


Bumper 




15522 


Bumkin 




15523 


Bumptious 




15524 


Bunch 




'5525 


Buncombe 





Ixj 



3U 



MESSAGE 



CodeNo 



Code Word 



15526 

15527 
15528 
15529 
15530 
15531 
15532 

15533 
15534 

15535 
"5536 

15537 

15538 

15539 
15540 

15541 
15542 

15543 
15544 

15545 
15546 

15547 
15548 

15549 



Bunghde 

Bundling 

Bungle 

Bunnian 

Buoyance 

Buoyantly 

Bnrbolt 

Burdenar 

Burdensome 

Burdock 



Bureau 



Burgamot 

Burgeon 

Burgess 

Burgher 

Burglar 

Burgrai>e 

Burial 



Burker 



Burlesque 

Burletia 

Burliness 

Burly 

Burnable 



15550 



Burnisher 



MESSAGE 



315 



CodbNo 


Code Word 




iSSS' 


Burnishing 




15552 


Bumoose 




IS5S3 


Burrow 




I55S4 


Bursary 




15555 


Burstable 




15556 


Bursten 




»S557 


Burying 




15558 


Bus/uiage 




»5559 


Bushiness 




15560 


Buskin 




15561 


Bustard 




15563 


Bustle 




15563 


• 

Bustling 




15564 


Busybody 




15565 


Butchery 




15566 


Butler 




15567 


Butment 




1556S 


Buttercup 




15569 


Butterfly 




15570 


Buttermilk 




»557i 


Butterwort 




»557» 


Buttress 




IS573 


Buxotnly 


• 


IS574 


Buxomness 




'5575 


Buzzard 





. ^ «™ W I 



3t6 




MESSAGE 


1 

Cope No Code Word 




15576 


Buzzing 




J5577 i Bygone 

1 




>5578 


Bypast 




15579 


Bystander 




J5580 


Byway 




15581 


Byword 




•5582 


CuilotU 




•5583 


CuUyism 




•5584 


Culminate 




'5585 


Culpable 




15586 


Culprit 




'S587 


Cultivate 




15588 


Cultrated 


« 


15589 


Culture 




15590 


Culvcrin 




15591 


Cumber 




15592 


Cumbersome 




»5593 


Cumhrance 




15594 


Cumbrous 




15595 


Cumshaw 




15596 


Cumulus 




15597 


Cuneated 




15598 Cuneiform 


• 


15599 


Cunning 





5600 I Cupbearer j 



MESSAGE 



317 



CodeNo 


Code Wobd 


. 


15601 


Cupboard 


• 


15602 


Cupid 




15603 


Cupidity 




15604 


Cupola 


. 


15605 


Cupping 




15606 * 


Cupreous 




15607 


Curable 




15608 


Curacy 




15609 


Curaleship 




15610 


Curative 




15611 


Curbing 




15612 


Curbstone 


■ 


15613 


Curbless 




15614 


Curdiness 


• 


15615 


Curdle 




15616 


Cureless 




15617 


Curfew 




15618 


Curiosity 




15619 


Curious 




15620 


Curled 




15621 


Curly 




15622 


Curmudgeon 




15623 


Currency 




15621 


Curricle 




15625 


Currycomb 





3i8 



MESSAGE 



I 



CodeNo' Code Wobd 



15626 

15627 
15628 

15629 

15630 
15631 
15632 

15633 
15634 

15635 
15636 

15637 

15638 

15639 
15640 

15641 

15642 

15643 
15644 

15645 
15646 

15647 
15648 

J 5649 
15650 



Currying 

Cursitar 

Cursive 

Cursory 

Curtail 

Curtailing 

Curtilage 

Curtness 

Curtsey 

Curvaie 

Curvature 

Cushion 

Cuspated 

Cuspidate 

Custard 

Custodial 

Cutaneous 

Cutchery 

Cuticular 

Cutlass 

Cutlet 

Cutpurse 

Cuttlefish 

Cyanide 

Cyclamen 



MESSAGE 



319 



CodeNo 


Code Wobd 




15651 


Cyde 




^5652 


Cyclicle 




15653 


Cydopean 




15654 


Cygnet 




15655 


Cymbal 




15656 


Cymbeline 




15657 


Cynical 




15658 


Cynosure 




15659 


Cypress 




15660 


Extolling 




15661 


Extorsive 




15662 


Extortion 


« 


15663 


Extraction 




15664 


Extraneous 




15665 


Extremity 




15666 


Extricate 




15667 


Exuberance 




15668 


Exuberate 




15669 


Exudation 




15670 


Exuding 




15671 


Exultant 




15672 


Exultingly 




15673 


Eyeball 




15674 


Eyebrow 




15675 


Eyeglass 





3^i 



MBS3AO^ 



CodbNo 

5726 

5727 
5728 

5729 
5730 
5731 
5732 
^5733 
5734 

573S 
5736 
5737 
5738 
S739 
5740 

5741 

S742 

5743 

5744 

5745 
5746 

5747 
5748 

5749 
5750 



Code Word 

Hubbub 

HuckU 

Huckster 

Huddling 

HueUss 

Hi^h 

Huge 

Hugeness 

Huguenot 

Hulks 

Huiver 

Human 

Humanely 

Humanity 

Humbird 

Humbleness 

Humbler 

Humbling 

Humbug 

Humdrum 

Humectate 

Humid 

Humidness 

Humiliate 

Humility 



MESSAGE 



321 



CodbNo 


CoDB Word 




' % • 


15701 


Gunshot 






1570a 


Gunsmith 






15703 


Gunstock 






15704 


GurgU 




% 


15705 


Gurnard 




' 


15706 


Gusset 






«5707 


Gusty 


1 




15708 


Gutter 






15709 


Guttural 


1 

« 


^ • 


'57IO 


Gymnast 


■ 


■ 


157" 


Gypsum 


• 

4 


« • 


'57" 


Gyration 


t 


* . 


15713 


Gyromancy 


1 


- ■ 


i57"4 


Household 




• 


15715 


Houseliek 


. 


^ 


15716 


Houseless 


• 


" 


15717 


Houseling 






'57i« 


Housemaid 




. 


15719 


Housetop 


• 


» 


15720 


Housewife 


1 




15721 


Hood 






1572* 


Havering 


I 


. 


»S723 


Howitzer 


• 




15724 


Hawker 






«57«S 


Howling 


T 





3^i 



MB93AQ^ 



CodbNo 



Code Wokd 



5726 

5727 
[5728 

5729 
5730 
5731 
S73« 
5733 
5734 
573S 
5736 
5737 
5738 
5739 
5740 

5741 
5742 
5743 
5744 
5745 
5746 
5747 
5748 



5749 
5750 



Hubbub 

Hudde 

Huckster 

Huddling 

HueUss 

Huffish 

Huge 

Hugeness 

Huguenot 

Hulks 

Hulver 

Human 

Humanely 

Humanity 

Humbird 

Humbleness 

Humbler 

Humbliffg 

Humbug 

Humdrum 

Humectate 

Humid 

Humidness 

Humiliate 

Humility 



. » \ 



MESSAGE 



323 



CodbNo 


Code Word 




15751 


Humming 




15752 


Humoral 




15753 


Humorific 




'5754 


Humorist 




15755 


Humorously 




15756 


Humorsome 




15757 


Humpback 




15758 


Hunger 




15759 


Hungering 




15760 


Hungrily 




15761 


Hunting 




15762 


Huntress 




'5763 


Huntsman 




15764 


Hurling 




15765 


Hurler 




15766 


Hurrah 




15767 


Hurriedly 




15768 


Hurtful 




15769 


Hurtless 




15770 


Husband 




15771 


Husbandman 




15772 


Hushaby 


1 


15773 


Huskiness 




^5774 


Hustings 




15775 


Hutch 


1 * Y 2 



324 



MESSAGE 



CodeNo 


CODB WOBD 




15776 


Hitxtcr 




^5777 


Hyacinth 




15778 


Hyaiile 




^5779 


Hybrid 




15780 


Hybridiiy 




15781 


Hydra 




15782 


Hydracid 




15783 


Hydrant 




15784 


Hydraulic 




15785 


Hydrocele 




15786 


Hydrcgcn 




15787 


Hydrology 




15788 


Hydrometer 




15789 


Hydropathy 




15790 


Hydrophane 




15791 


Hydrophoby 




15792 


Hydropic 




15793 


Hygcian 




15794 


Hylobate 




15795 


Hymeneal 




15796 


Hymn 




15797 


Hyperbola 




15798 


Hypericott 




15799 


Hyphen 




15800 


Hyptwlofiy 





MESSAGE 



3*5 



CodbNo 


Cods Word 




15801 


Hypocami 




iS^oz 


Hypocrisy 




15803 


Hypocrite 




15804 


Hypostasis 




15805 


Hypotheca 




15806 


Hypot/icsis 




15807 


Hyssop 




15808 


Hysteria 




15809 


Irisated 




15810 


Irksome 




15811 


Ironed 




iS8ia 


Iroftgate 




'5813 


Jronkoider 




15814 


Jronicaliy 




'5815 


Ironmak 




15816 


Ironmonger 




15817 


Ironmould 




15818 


Irradiate 




15819 


Irrational 




15820 


Irregular 




15821 


Irresolute 




1582a 


Irreverent 




15823 


Irrigate 




15824 


Irrtsion 




'58aS 


Irritant 





.3«!6 



MESSAGE 



oobNo 


Code Word 


» -* 


5826 


Irritated 


im 


S8»7 


Irru^ive 


• 1 

• 


5828 


Isitiglass 


• * • . - f 


5829 


Islam 




5830 


Islamitic 


• 
• 


583* 


Islander 


• • m \ 


5832 


Islet 


9 


5833 


Isolate 


\ • 


5834 


Isolation 




583s 


Isosceles 


• * 


5836 


Issuing 


» • 


5837 


Isthmian 


• « 


5838 


Isthmus 




5839 


Italics 


• 


5840 


Itching 




5841 


Iterate 


* • *. _ 


5842 


Itinerant 


'» • • 


5843 


Ivory 


• 


5844 


Ivy 


..: •..» ^. ^ 


5845 


Musician 


\ ■ \ . 


5846 


Musket 


• 



5847 
5848 

5849 

5850 



Musketoon 

Muskrat 

Muskrose 



Musktvood 



inCSSAGK 



^27 



CodbNo 


CoDB Word 




15851 


Mttslin 




15852 


Musquash 




15853 


Musrol 




15854 


Mussel 




1585s 


Muster 




15856 


Mustiness 




15857 


MutabilUy 




15858 


Mutable 




15859 


Mutage 




15860 


Mutation 




I 586 I 


Mutely 




15862 


Mutilate 




15863 


Mutineer 




15864 


Muttering 




15865 


Mutton 




15866 


Mutual 




15867 


Muzzle 




15868 


Mycantha 




15869 


Mycol(^ 




15870 


Mydriasis 




I587I 


Mynchen 




15872 


Myope 




15873 


Myotomy 




15874 


Myriad 




'5875 


Myriapod 

• 





f . 



- J 



\ \ 



k 



328 



MESSAGE 



CoobNo 


Code Wobo 




15876 


Myricine 




15877 


Myrmidon 




15878 


Myrtle 




15879 


Mysterial 




15880 


Mysterious 




15881 


Mystery 




15882 


Mystical 




15883 


Mythical 




15884 


Mythology 




15885 


Pustular 




15886 


Pufamcn 




15887 


Putative 




15888 


Putrescait 




15889 


Putrid 




45890 


Putridity 




15891 


Putridness 




15892 


Putty 




15893 


Puzzle 


• 


15894 


Pigmy 




15895 


Pyramid 




15896 


PyrUe 




15897 


Pyritical 




15898 


Pyrology 




15899 


Pyroscope 




i59«>o 


Pyrotechny 





MESSAGE 



329 



CodbNoj Coos. Word 



15901 
15902 

15903 
«S9<>4 

15905 
15906 

15907 
15908 

^5909 
15910 

159" 
15912 

i59»3 
15914 

'59^5 
15916 

15917 
15918 

15915 
15920 

1 592 1 

15922 

15923 
15924 
'5^25 



Wraf^Ur 

Wrapping 

Wraihfu/ly 

Wreathed 

WreaikUss 

Wrenchitig 

Wrest 

Wrestler 

Wrestiittg 

Wretched 

Wretchedly 

Wrigg/e 

Wringing 

Wrinkled 

Wristband 

Writative 

Writer 

Writership 

Wrongdoer 

Wrongful 

Wronghead 

Wroth 

Wrung 

Wryneck 

Wrynesji 



%.p 




l^f MSAttE 




CodbNo 


Code Word 






J 5926 






\ •. •^ » . . , • i 
1 « 


15927 






1 

1 ••--■•• 


15928 






1 

• 


15929 






« ■ • • % V ■ 


15930 


• 




• 

k - • • Ik. • 


1 593 1 








15932 








15933 






« • . ., , ». 


15934 






• • 


'5935 






. • ■" • •. . V ._ . 


15936 






» 

- i » . - « 


15937 






\ . . 


«5938 






• 


15939 








15940 






" 


15941 






* K * 


15942 


1 




• 


»5943 






I 


15944 






• • • 


«5945 






■ * 


15946 






t 


15947 






• • 

V 


15948 






. .■ '• /- . 


15949 






« 


'5950 






' 



Mlt^AG^ 



31» 



■^ I ■■ ■■■ 



CodbNo Code Word 

I39SI 

»S952 

15953 

J 5954 

I59S5 

15956 

15957 

15958 

15959 
15960 

15961 

15962 

15963 

15964 

15965 
15966 

'5967 
15968 

15969 
15970 

15971 
'5972 

15973 
15974 
15975 



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mutw&chickesbroihS 
fimrLE soi/P* jEii.Y,c«us' Foor^ 

JEIW, MEAT LCaEHGES 8tC. 

I PRESERVED PROVISIONS for YACHTS 

Soups of all Descriptions. 

TURTLE SOUP— Clsar or Thick. 

BEEP-AUmoda, Bashed, EoLImI, Spiced, Stewed, Filleta, 

Koutcd, &c. 
VEAL — Tendonfl, Cutlet*, FriMndpBn, Cnrry, See. 
MUTTON— RoBBted, Boiled, Earioot, Hwhed, Iriali Blew, 

Cutlets, fee. 
CHICKEN— Curry, Chicken ant! Rice, Chicken Brotli, 
LAMB— Roaited, Cutlets. Liunb and Peu, See. 
ENTREES -Salmi Pheiuant. Fiutridge or Giauee, Roaat ditto. 

Civet of Hivre, Cnrrj of Babbit. &c. 

yORKSHIRE PIES, GAME PIES, POTTED MEATS, 
TONGUES, OXFORD SAUSAGES. Ac. 

CAUTION 1-BEWArY OF IMITATIONS. 



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SOUPS. Per CAM 

Canot (Cressi) > Nol No.S 

Calves* Tail 

Qiblet ••• ••• ... 

Qrpen irea ... ••■ ... 

Grary (plain) 

„ with Vegetables ... 
xxaFOa .« ... ••• •.. 

Julienne y 1/8 8/- 

Mock Turtle 

Mulligatawny 

Mutton Broth 

Ox Tail 

Soup and Bouilli 

Scotch Potch 

Spring ••• ... ... . 

Chicken Broth 

Game Broth 

Oj8t«r Soap 

Grouse Soup 

TURTLE. P«ro«e 

Turtle Soup (dev or thick), No. 1 slie B/6 

M ff ff No. S If 16/6 

Invalid Turtle Soup ... gmail „ 4/6 

Per bottle 

Turtle Jellj 8/6 

Per case 
Calipash and Calipee...(aboatlilb.net) 18/- 

TntUeFt /a-"—*/* »»•!-" «/« 
» No. S „ 10/0 

Turtle Broth SmaU sixo 8/6 No. 1 „ 7/- 

FISH. 

Loch Fyne Herrings, in Oil... per case 3/- 

PORK. 

Pork Cutlets and Tomato Sauce 

No. 1 size case 2/6, No. 2 size case 4/9 



8/- 6/6 



. Per case 

X No. 1 No. 8 



••• 



A la Mode ..• .*• 

Hashed 

Boiled, with Vegetables 
Spiced .•• ... 

Stewed ... ... 

Fillets Larded (per OMe, about l|ll>.) 

Roasted * 2'3 

Hump Steak 2/9 



tlM siie 
2/- 3/9 



6/6 
4/3 
o/- 



VEAL. 



■ ^" ••• «vv 

• •• ••• ••• 1 

»mato Sauce, orr 

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Veal and Peas 
Tendons 
Cutlets, Tomato 

Fine Herbs 
Fricandean ... 
Cuny ... ... „ 

Calfs Head, Hashed 

Sweetbreads^ Larded 



No. 1 KolS 

Has Stee 

2/. Sy9 

8/- 6/6 



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2/8 
8/6 
6/6 



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6/6 
10/6 



MUTTON. 

Boasted 

Boiled 

Haricot 

Hashed 

Irish Stew 

Cutlets, Tomato Sauce, or 
Fine Herbs 



2/ 8/9 






&'« 



CHICKEN. 

Boast Fowl ... per case 

Curry ... ... ... 

Chicken and Bice 

Chicken Broth 



6/- 

8/6 6jB 

8/- 6/6 

3/- 6/6 



LAMB. 

Cutlets, Tomato Sauce, or 
Fine Herbs 

Bonsted 

Lamb and Peas 

Lambs' Sweetbreads, Larded 



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VENISON. 



Boasted 
Hashed 
Cutlets 



8/6 

8/. 
2/6 
6/6 



8/6 

8/6 
4/6 



ENTRIES, 



6/6 

6/6 

4/9 
10/6 



6/6 
6/6 

8/6 



Salmi Pheasant 
„ Partridge 
„ Grouse 
Hashed Turkey 

„ Duck 
Boast Hare 
Ciret of Hare 
Boast Pheasant 
Partridge 
Grouse 
Currjr of Babbit 



• •• / 



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4/6 8/6 



per case 



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a/- s;6 

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«/- 
2/- a;? 



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PIES. 

Baisad from 15/- to £2. 2b, 

Yorkshire, No. 1, 4/6, No. 2, 7/6, No. 8, 12/6 
„ 4, 18/6, „ 6, 24/- „ 6, 40/- 

P&te de Ferigord, in round lilae dishes 
No. 1. 6/6, No. 2, 8/6, No. 3, 10/6, No. 4. 12/6 

PAU de Perigord, in white oral dishes 

No. 1, 24/- No. 2, 32/- No. 3, 44/- 

( Theae Pies are also put vp in Cases at 
same prices,) 

P4te de Foie GiAs . . . from 4/6 to 27/- 

TONGUES, HAMS, &c. 

Pickled Ox TongQM ... from 4/6 to 7/6 

Tongues, Collared each 7/6 

Ditto in case each 6/-, 7/- 8/- 

Dreesed Tongues in Jelly per case 12/6 

Calves* Tongues ... each „ 2/6 

Reindeer Tongues ... „ 4/ & 7/6 

Russian Ox „ ... „ 4/- 

Round of Beef ... Urge cases, f lb. 2/6 

York Hams „ „ 2/6 

Boars' Heads, with tusks and eyes 

per lb. 3/6 

QUze for enriching soups, sauces, &c 

per lb. 4/- 

Aspic Jelly, small bottle 2/6, large bottle 4/6 

Boar*^Head ... No. 2 size case 6/- 

Ozford^Sausages per case 3/- 

York Hams, pale or smoked. 

Christmas Plum Pudding ... per case 3/- 

Saroury Meat Lozenges for Travellers, 
Sportsmen, &e. 

Small box, 1/6, Large box 3/- 

Openiog Knives 6d. to 2/- 



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1/6 
2/- 



1/6 
2/. 



POTTED MEATS. 

Beef, Ham, Tongue, Strasbourg Meats 
and Mixed Viands, Bloater Pastes and 
Anchovy Paste. 

Small Sise, per pot or case 1/- 
LaigeSize „ „ 1/6 

Potted Hare or Babbit. 

Small Size 
Large Size 

Potted Chicken and Ham, or Chicken 
and Tongue. 

Small Size, per pot or case 
Large Size „ „ 

Chicken, Partridge, Pheasant, Grouse 
or mixed Game. 

Small Size, per pot or case 2/- 
Large Size „ „ 3/- 

SAUCES, CHUTNEY, &c. 

Per botUe 
Brand & Co.*s India Chutney 

Small, 1/- Large 2/- 

Brand & Co.*s Bengal Curry Powder 

Small, 1/- Large 2/- 

Brand & Co.'s Own Sauce 1/- 

A flue tonio and dlflestiro. An ezoeUant rdiah for 
* fish, flesh, or fowL' 

Brand & Co.'s Cabool Sauce ... 1/- 

Brand & Co.'s Salad Dressing ... 1/- 

Indian Soy ... ... ... ... 1/- 

Herbaceous Mixture 2/- 

For aeaaonlng Soups, Ciyets, Potted Oame, Saroury 
Pies, Foroe-meats, Stuffiogs, Oalantixies, Sto. 

Aromatic Mixture 2/- 

Var Hince Pies, Plum Puddings, Bride Cakes, 
Negus, Moiled Wine, &o. 

French Truffles in bottles, 2^6, 4/6, and 
. 8/6 each 

Tomato Pulp in bottles 1/- 



JEWy Article suppHed from this EgtabUshment is manufactured on the J¥emises, 

and only of the best materials. 

Bbaitd & Co. have no connection with any one else of the same name. 



^foarb at ^aris ^f^tbition, 1878 : 
SILVER MEDAL and TWO HONODRABLE MENTIONS. 



Advertisements. 



BRAND & CO;S SPECIALTIES FOB INVALIDS. 



CONCENTRATED BEEF TEA (in skins, also in f and ( lb. casea) ... 8/- 

VEAL BROTH „ „ „ ... 12/- 

MUTTON BROTH „ ,. ^ ... 12/- 

CHICKEN BROTH „ „ „ ... 21/- 

TURTLE BROTH „ „ „ ... 21/- 

SOUP (Gla«b) „ „ „ ... 4/. 

These articles en pimMred with great care, and most nntcittoiu drink maj be prodaced byeaUing sp 
abont one ounce, puttiog it into half-a-pint of boiling water, and stixring until diiBcAired. Thqr riaookl 

be kept in a cool air j place. 



ESSENCE OF BEEF (in bottles for immediate use only) ... ... 8/- 



fi 



BEEF (in case) ... small case, 1/6 ... ... 8/- 

MUTTON „ ... ... ... ... S/6 

V V t iK 1 1 II ... ... ... ... 9 1 

It 01iXCJl.£<ri I, ... ,.. ... ... ^/^ 

Tbe abore Eaaenoee consist solely of the jnioe of the finest meats, without the addition ot water or any 
other sahstanoe. They are best taken odd. When a case is once opened, it should be allowed to 

exposed to the air, and shonld be kept in a cool aby place. 

TURTLE SOUP (small size) ... ... ... ...per case 4/6 

TURTLE JELLY... ... ... ... ... ...perbotUe 8/6 

Prepared bxprbsslt for Inyalids from the fresh West Indian Turtle. 



INVALID MOCK TURTLE, OX TAIL and GRAVY 1 ,_, ,, . . , , 

SOUPS, and MUTTON BROTH / ^■™*" ^^> - *'* 

GRAVY, OX TAIL, MOCK TURTLE, JULIENNE, and other SOUPS 

No. 1 sise 1/8 
No. 2 sise 3/- 

BEEF TEA JELLY (small size) ... ... ... ... ... 2/- 

Consists of Pore Beef Tea, of about three times the nsoal strength. 

VEAL BROTH, or MUTTON BROTH (No. 1 sise) 2/- 

CHICKEN BROTH, or GAME BROTH (No. 1 size) 8/- 

Prepared from Fresh Meat, without addition or flayoor of any Und. 

SAVOURY MEAT LOZENGES ... small boxes each 1/6, large boxes 3/- 

Inyalids and TraTellen will find in these Lozenges substantial support in a very simple and 

convenieut form. 

Par case 

ALBUMINOUS EXTRACT OF MEAT (in cases) 3/- 

Conslsta of the jnioe of the Beef with the addition of a portion of Albnminoos, fatty and flbrona elements 

Per case 
FIBROUS EXTRACT OF BEEF 2/- 

Comprlses the constituents of Beef (Including the fibrine) in a soluble form. It can be adminicfcered 
without further preparation, either alone or with bread and butter ; or it can be dJasolTed in boJUog 

water, when it forms a moat nutritious and palatable Beef Tea. 

CALFS FOOT JELLY ... ... ... ... ... 2/-perbotUe. 

Prepared exp&krrlt for Invalids, flavoured with orange or lemon, and guaranteed pure. 

BRAND & CO.*S OWN SAUCE ... ... ... ... 1/- per bottle. 

A fine tonic and digestive. An excellent relish for ' Fish, Flesh or FowL' 



Hverjf Article tiipjtlied from this JSttablishment is fnannfactured on the jfrdwUses^ 

and only of the best materials. 



Fine Live Turtle always on Sale at Market Prices. 



PART II. 



.4 . 



STOOKS— British, Gdonial, and Foieign. 337 



CodbNo Codb Word 



1 6001 


ABABILO 


16002 


Abacare 


16003 


Abacarono 


16004 


Abaaros 


16005 


Abachiera 


16006 


Abaciscus 


16007 


Abacarum 


16008 


Abactoris 


16009 


Abaadarum 


I60IO 


Abadcuh 


I60II 


Abafador 


I60I2 


Abainhar 


I60I3 


Abaissames 


I60I4 


Abajasteis 


I60I5 


Abalada 


160x6 


AboHtar 


I60I7 


Aballaban 


I60I8 


Abalofar 


I60I9 


Abahrios 


16020 


Abalroando 


I602X 


Abambera 


X6022 


Abandcrung 


16023 


Abanicaban 


16024 


Abanicatnos 


16025 


Abaniqucro 


16026 


Abartutig 


16027 


Abatanaria 


16028 


Abavarum 


16029 


Abbadino 


16030 


Abbastoni 


1603 1 


Abbraten 


16032 


Abcopiren 


16033 


Abdicabuni 


16034 


Abdicaiura 


16035 


Abditorum 


16036 


Abdixerat 


16037 


Abelteria 


16038 


Abcmolar 


16039 


Abequames 


16040 


Abesastds 


16041 


Abespetio 


16042 


Abetemo 


16043 


Abetinote 


16044 


Abetirions 


16045 


Abeuntibus 


16046 


Abiigaio 


16047 


Abietinos 


16048 


Abigarra 


16049 


Abigeros 


16050 


AbUissimo 



Aig«ntiiie Confederation 6 per cent. 1866-8 

6 per cent. Public Works 1871 
6 per cent. Hard j[ 1872 
Buenos Ayres 6 per cent. 1824 
Buenos Ayres 3 per cent 
Buenos Ayres 6 per cent. 1870 
Buenos Ayres 6 per cent. 1873 
Entre-Rios 7 per cent. 1872 
Santa Yi 7 per cent.- 1874 
Anitrian 5 per cent consolidated 
5 per cent paper rentes 
4 per cent gold rentes 
Anitralasia. New South Wales 5 per cent 187X-6 

5 per cent x 888-92 
5 per cent 1866 
5 percent X867 
5 per cent x868 

5 per cent 1870 
New Zealand 4 per cent 1857 

6 per cent x86i 
5 per cent X864 

5 percent x868-7i-7a 

6 per cent x866 

6 per cent X866-7 
Auckland 6 per cent 

4^ per cent 5/30X 1874-75 
5 per cent 5/30X 1876 
5 per cent 10 /40s X878 

5 per cent Conver X879 
Queensland 6 per cent. X864 

6 per cent. x866 
6 percent X87X 

4 per cent, x 873-4-6-7 
South Australia 6 per cent 

5 per cent X87X-73 

4 per cent, x 874-5-6-7-8 
Tasmania 6 per cent x866 

6 per cent 1868 

4 per cent X878 
Victoria Waterworks 6 per cent. 

6 per cent. Railway Loan, x 859-63 
6 per cent. X865 

5 per cent X869 
4 per cent X874 
4 per cent X876 



4^ percent X879 
Western Australia 4I per ci 
Belgian 2I per cents. 

4t 



cent 1879 



per cents. 



338 8TO0KS— BiltiBh, Oobniial, and FanigiL 



CodbNo 

16051 

16052 

16053 

16054 

1605s 

16056 

16057 

16058 

16059 

16060 

16061 

16062 

16063 

16064 

16065 

16066 

16067 

16068 

16069 

16070 

1 607 1 

16072 

16073 

16074 

16075 

16076 

16077 

16078 

16079 

16080 

16081 

16082 

16083 

16084 

16085 

16086 

16087 

16088 

16089 

16090 

1 6091 

16092 

16093 

16094 

16095 

16096 

16097 

16098 

16099 

16100 



CODB WOKD 

Abimeras 

Abinido 

Ahiremim 

Abismaba 

AbismaJes 

Abismamas 

Abissando 

Abissarano 

Abissemmo 

Abtsserai 

Abitabais 

AbitabiU 

Abitadura 

Abitaggio 

Abitamenio 

Abitamus 

Abitante 

Abitaque 

Abitarem 

Abitasset 

Abitatort 

AbUazioni 

AbiUvoie 

Abitudine 

AbUumm 

Abjurabunt 

Abmramus 

Abiandamas 

AbkUhmm 

AbUUiro 

Abi^ando 

Ab^arem 

AbUgespan 

AbUntdba 

Ableniador 

Ablentamos 

AbbUorum 

Abnegabo 

Abnegamus 

Abrupotem 

AbnodatU 

Abnodamus 

Abnodando 

Abocaban 

Abocadta 

Abocamos 

Abocardado 

AboHnaban 

Abodiacum 

Abcgacia 



Btifptak--<iimitnuid. 

3 per oent 1874 
BoUyiaii 6 per cent. 1872 
Bruilka 5 per cent 1859 

4I per cent 1852-8 
4^ per cent i860 
4t percent 1863 
5 percent 1865 
5 percent 1871 
5 per cent 1875 
Biitiih 3 per cent Consols 
3 per cent Reduced 
New 3 per cents. 
New 34 per cents. 
New 2^ per cents. 
Exchequer Bonds, fnd. 2^ per cent. 
Annuities, expiring 1880. 
Annuities, expiring 1885 
Annuities, 1908 (Red Sea Telegraph) 
Exchequer Bills, March, 2 per cent 

June, 2 per cent 
Bank of England Stock 
Bank of Ireland Stock 
British Columbian 6 per cent 1863 

6 per cent (Vancouver Island) 
6 per cent 1864 
6 per cent 1877 
Otinadian Domiiiion 6 per cent 
5 percent 

5 per cent, (inscribed stock) 
Intercolonial, 4 per cent guaranteed 
Intercolonial, 5 per cent [cent 1873 
Intercolonial and Rupert's Land, 4 per 
Intercolonial, 4 per cent 1874 

New Brunswick, 6 per cent 
Nova Scotia, 6 per cent, 1875 

6 per cent, 1886 
Ottawa City 6 per cent loan 

Prince Edward Island, 6 per cent debenture 
Quebec City 6 per cent loan 
Quebec, j per cent (Prv.) 74-76 
Cape of Oood Aopa 6 per cent, i860 

6 per cent, 1861 

6 per cent, 1863 

5 per cent, 1865 

6 per cent, 1867 

4^ per cent, 1873-5-6-7-8 
Ceylon 6 per cent 1867 

4| per cent 1876 
ChQiaB 3 per cent 1842 
4| per cent 1858 



STOCKS— British, Gdonial, and f onigiL 339 



CoobNo 

6101 

6ioa 

6103 

6104 

6105 

6106 

6107 

6108 

6109 

6110 

6111 

6112 

6x13 

6114 

6115 

6116 

6117 

6118 

6119 

:6i2o 

;6i2i 

;6i22 

6123 

6194 
6125 
:6i26 
[6127 
[6128 
[6129 
[6130 
6131 
[6132 

t6i33 
[6134 

1613s 
[6136 

6137 

[6138 

[6139 

[6140 

[6141 

[6142 

[6143 

[6144 
[6145 

[6146 

16147 
[6148 

[6149 

16150 



CODB WOBD 

Abcgadeas 

AboUatur 

Aboiebat 

AboUndum 

AboUngo 

AboUrem 

AboUsdt 

Aboleverat 

Abolima 

Aboliiurus 

AboHvano 

Abolkutura 

Abonansar 

Abonderez 

Abarr^r 

Abortabat 

Aborianilo 

Abartinada 

Abotuhatt 

AbaucheraH 

Abouteront 

Aboyeroni 

Abracando 

Abradibat 

Abrodimus 

Abrasaban 

Abrasamo^ 

Abraseruni 

Abrasilado 

Abrasuras 

Abrazadera 

Abregasses 

Abr^eroni 

Abrtfturam 

Abrevadera 

Abrib^ma 

Abricotier 

Abrideros 

Abrtgada 

Abrinden 

Abrifiebai 

Abriptmus 

Abripmtur 

Abritanus 

Abriierotis 

Abrodibas 

Abrodemur 

Abrodmdo 

Abrogabam 

Abrcgavefo 



percent 1864 



CbS&xar-€antinued. 

7 per cent x866 
6 per cent 1867 
5 per cent 1870 

5 per cent 1873, ^^ 
5 per c?nt 1875 
(Jhinepe 8 per cent 1874-6 

8 per cent 1877 
Colombiw 6 per cent. 1863 

4^ per cent 1873 
Coita Bioa 6 per cent 1871 

6 per cent 187 1, second issue 

7 percent 1872 
Cuba 6 per gent 1834-37 

Matanza and SabaniUa Railroad 7 per cent 1863 
Daniah 3 per cent 1825 

4 per cent 1850-61 

4 per cent 1862 

5 per cent 1864 

5 per cent debentures, 1864 
Danubian PrincipaUtiea {t^^^^) 7 

8 per cent 1867 
Bucharest and Giurgevo Rail 7 per cent guar. 1869 
Roumanian 7 per cent Iron Bridges Annuity 1870 
Dutch 2| per cents. 
4 per cents^ 
3 per cents. 
3^ per cents. 
Bquador New Consolidated 
Sgyptian 7 per cent 1862, ist issue 
7 per cent 1862, 2nd issue 
Do. ;£ioo bonds 
7 per cent. 1864 
Do. ^^'loo bonds 

7 per cent z866, Railway debentures 
7 per cent. 1868 
9 per cent 1867 
7 per cent Viceroys, 1866 
7 per cent Khedive's, 1870 
7 per cent 1873 

5 per cent preference, 1877 

6 per cent unified 1877 
5 per cent Daria Sanieh 

5 per cent State Domain 1878 
French 3 per cent Rentes 
4I per cent 1852 

6 per cent sterling, 1870 
5 per cent National 1871 
5 per cent. National, 1872 
4^ per cent. Treasury bonds 
3 per cent (redeemable) 1878 

z 2 



34d STOOKS— British, Gdania], and PardgiL 



GodeNo 

C6151 

[6152 

6154 

61SS 
6156 

6x57 

6158 

:6xs9 

[6160 

6161 

[6162 

16163 

6164 

6165 

6166 

[6167 

6168 

[6169 

61 

[6t 

61 

61 

61 

61 

61 

61 

61 

61 

6180 

6181 

6182 

6183 

[6184 

6185 

6186 

6187 

6188 

6189 

6190 

6191 

[6192 

6103 

6194 

619s 
[6196 

6197 

6198 

6199 

6200 



o 
1 

2 

3 

4 

5 
6 

7 
8 



COobWord 
Abromarse 
Abrosimus 
Abroiano 
Abraioka 
AbruphiTum 
Abruiado 
AbruHrons 
Abscedere 
Absctdimus 
Absiliebat 
Absimiiwr 
Absisteret 
Absolvendo 
Absaheran 
Abscnarum 
Absorbemur 
Absorbuero 
Absortaba 
Absoriamos 
Absarvido 
Abstersura 
AbstUimus 
Abstrayani 
Absttudent 
Absumdpot 
AbsumpsU 
Absumptum 
'Abundnmus 
Abundarem 
Abundavero 
Abuserions 
Abutendus 
AbutUona 
Abutumar 
Abyugamos 
AcabdtUo 
Acabiidais 
Acabiidm 
Acabosito 
Acdbramo 
Acabronado 
Acqfeiar 
Acagnarda 
Acajadar 
Acalando 
AaUentura 
Acalmado 
Acalonia 
Acaloremos 
Acalypha 



Owttmitlt 5 percent 

6 per cent sterling, 1869 
Hoiidlins 10 per cent Railway Loan, 1S67 

Do. ;f 100 bonds 

10 per cent Railway Loan, 1870 

5 percent 
Emigariaa 5 per cent 1871 

5 per cent 1873 

6 per cent Treasaiy bonds, 1873 
IndiaiL — East India Company's 10^ per cent, stock 

India 5 per cents. 

4 per cents. 
New 4 per cents. 

Eniaced Paper, 4 per cent 
4I per cent 
sl per cent 

5 per cent Rupee debentures, 1877 
5 per cent Rupee debentures, i88a 

Debenture bonds, 4 per cent 
Indian bonds, 4 per cent 
Italian 5 per cent 1861 

5 per cent ^Maremmana Railway), 1862 
5 per cent (State Domain), 186^ 

5 per cent (State Domain), 2nd issue^ 1869 

6 per cent. (Tobacco Loan), 1868 
Jamaioa 4 per cent, guaranteed 
Japanese 9 per cent. Custom Loan, 1870 

7 per cent 1873 
liberian 7 per cent 1871 
MauritiiiB 6 per cent 1863-69 

6 per cent 1862 
6 per cent 1865 
4^ per cent 1876 

Mazioan 3 per cent 1846 
3 per cent 1864 
6 per cent Anglo-French 
Moorish 5 per cent 1862 
Hew Oranada 3 per cent 
Active Debt 
Deferred Debt 
Land Warrants (Hectares) 
Hatal 6 per cent 1860-62 
6 per cent 1867 
5 per cent Consolidated, 187a 
Vorwegian 4^ per cent 1876 
4^ per cent 1878 
Paraguay 8 per cent, Public Works, 1871 

8 per cent. Public Works, 1872 , 

Parayiaii 5 per cent 1865 

6 per cent Railway Loan, 1870 



STOCKS— British, Colonial, and Toreign. 34 1 



CoobNo 

1201 

:6302 

6203 

6204 

6205 

6206 

6207 

6208 

6209 

6210 

;62ix 

62x2 

6213 

:62i4 

6215 

;62i6 

;62i7 

6218 

6219 

;622o 

[6221 

;6222 

16223 
[6224 
[6325 
[6326 
[6227 
:6228 
[6229 
16230 
[6231 
[6232 
6233 
16234 
[6235 
[6236 
:6237 
[6238 
[6239 
[6240 
[6241 
[6242 
16243 
[6244 

[6245 
[6246 

16247 
[6248 

[6249 

16250 



COOB WOBD 

Acamellado 

Acampar 

Acanalador 

Acanaverea 

Acondilado 

Acanitina 

Acanocarpo 

Acantkinum 

Acantoar 

Acapnorum 

Acopanada 

Acaritoba 

AcamUms 

Acartanaha 

Acastarado 

Acaialiche 

Acoudcdan 

Aaablerai 

Accabl&ns 

Accadmsa 

Accaduto 

Accqffrare 

Accaldato 

Accalugno 

Accapareur 

Accaperans 

Accdppont 

Acceiafnes 

Accedendo 

Accensebai 

AccensUum 

Accdturam 

Accidebas 

Acddissd 

Acdnctum 

Acdinatus 

Accreverat 

Accubamus 

Accubando 

Accubarem 

Acdmchal 

Acdmchino 

Acederaque 

Acederilla 

Acettunero 

Acemilara 

Acemilon 

Acensu4xba 

Acmiores 

Acepiliaba 



Peruvian — amiinued 

5 per cent Consolidated, 1873 
Pisco to Yea, 5 per cent 
Portuguese 3 per cent. 1853-77 

Minho and Douro Railway 6 per cent 
Bnssian 5 per cent 1822 
44 per cent 1850 
4f per cent i860 

3 per cent 1859 
5 per cent 1862 

5 per cent Anglo-Dutch Loan, i864(;^ioo^ 
Do.(i,i8ofl.value^ioo, in i,ooofl. bonds) 

5 per cent Anglo- Dutch, 1866 i^f^xoo) 
Do(i,i8ofl.value;^ioo,in i,ooofl. bonds) 

4 per cent (Nicolas Rail;, 1867 

4 per cent (Nicolas Rail.), 1869 

5 per cent Consolidated, 1870 
5 per cent Consolidated, 1871 
5 per cent. Consolidated, 1872 
5 per cent Consolidated, 1873 
4^ per cent. Consolidated, 1875 

Charkof-Azoff, 5 per cent. 
Charkow-Krementschug, 5 per cent 
Moscow-Jaroslaw. 5 per cent 
Orel-Vitebsk, 5 per cent 
Dunabuig-Witepsk, 6^ per dent. 
S^ per cent. Land Mort bonds 
yt per cent 2nd issue 
jj per cent. 3rd issue 
San Domingt) 6 per cent. T869 
Sardinian 5 per cent 1851 
Spanish 3 per cent old and deferred, 1869-71 

3 per cent External, 1872 

5 per cent. Quicksilver Mortgage, 1870 

6 per cent. Land Mortgage, 187 1 
2 per cent, overdue coupons 

Straits Settlements, 4^ per cent 1877 
Swedish 4 per cent Provincial Mortgage, 1853 
4^ per cent Government Loan, 1864 

5 per cent. 1868 
Trinidad 5 per cent 1874 
Turkish 5 per cent 1854 

4 per cent, guaranteed, 1855 

6 per cent 1858 

6 per cent. 1858 ;^ioo bonds 

6 per cent Mires Loan, i860 

6 per cent 1862 

6 per cent 1863-4 • 

6 per cent 1865 

6 per cent 1869 

4I per cent 187 1, Egyptian Trib. 



342 STOCKS— British, Colonial, and Poreign. 



CodbNo 

16251 

16252 

16253 

16254 

16255 

16256 

16257 

16258 

16259 

16260 

16261 

16262 

16263 

16264 

16265 

16266 

16267 

16268 

16269 

16270 

16271 

1627a 

16273 

16274 

16275 

16276 

16277 

16278 

16279 

16280 

16281 

16282 

16283 

16284 

16285 

16286 

16287 

16288 

16289 

16290 

16291 

16292 

16293 

16294 

16295 

16296 

16297 

16298 

16299 

16300 



CODB WOBD 

Aceptisimo 

Acequuro 

Acerandos 

Acerbamus 

Acerbavii 

Acerbaua 

Acercanza 

Acerdesa 

Acernada 

Aeemum 

Acerrimo 

Acertado 

Acerudbat 

Acervamus 

Acesamente 

Acttabdo 

Acetabulum 

Acevadar 

Achadego 

Achd^cMor 

Achanaca 

Achaparras 

Achamians 

Achatrolar 

Achetama 

Achicado 

AchUUum 

Achitarsi 

Achocatan 

Achoreus 

Achulascar 

Achubaba 

AckupaUa 




5 per cent. General Debt, 1865 
9 per cent 1872, Treasuiy bonds A 
9 per cent 1872, Treasury bonds B 
9 per cent 1872, Treasury bonds C 

6 per cent 1873 

5 per cent, 1877 

Vnitad States 6 per cent 5/20 bonds, 1862 

6 per cent 5/20 bonds, 1864 
6 per cent 5/20 bonds, 1865 

6 per cent 5/20 bonds, 1867 ' 
6 per cent redeemable, 1881 
5 per cent 10/40 bonds^ 1864 
5 per cent reoeemable, 1874 

5 per cent funded, 1871-3 
4^ per cent, funded, 1876 

4 per cent funded, 1877 
Viiginia 5 per cent sterling 

6 per cent dollar 
New funded 6 per cent 

Massachusetts 5 per cent steriingi 1866 

5 per cent sterling, 1870 

5 per cent sterling, 1871 
Louisiana Old 6 per cent 

8 per cent. Levee bonds 

6 per cent Levee bonds 
Washington (Columbia) 6 per cent 

Vrngoay. Montevidean 6 per cent 1864 

6 per cent 1871 
▼enenela 3 per cent 

i^ per cent 

6 per cent 1863 

6 per cent. 1862 (issued for arrears) 

6 per cent 1864 



RAILWAYS— British, Colonial, and Foreign. 343 



CODBNn 


Code Word 


1 630 1 


Acibaraha 


16302 


Adbarando 


16303 


AcidaUa 


16304 


Acidissimo 


16305 


Acidrado 


16306 


Actuates 


16307 


Admando 


16308 


Admentaba 


16309 


Adnaria 


163 10 


Adnoforo 


163 1 1 


Adnturaha 


16312 


Adpenser 


16313 


Adinlais 


16314 


Adarecer 


16315 


Adddense 


16316 


Adocttmos 


16317 


Adocasse 


16318 


Adaquen 


16319 


Acoaador 


16320 


Acocearan 


16321 


Acodiinaba 


16322 


Acodadura 


16323 


Acoderais 


16324 


Acoderando 


16325 


Acogedita 


16326 


Acogedores 


16327 


Aco^menio 


16328 


AcogoUan 


16329 


Acogotaron 


16330 


Acogptemos 


16331 


Aagular 


16332 


Acolgaran 


16333 


Acolhida 


16334 


AcoUador 


1633s 


Acokfgia 


16336 


Acommdara 


X6337 


Acomdedor 


x633» 


Acompasado 


16339 


Acoruhabtn 


16340 


Aconhorio 


1634X 


Aconsolan 


16342 


Acopados 


16343 


Acopiaron 


16344 


Acoquinais 


16345 


Acorcharott 


16346 


Acorddaba 


16347 


Acordonan 


16348 


Acoribus 


16349 


Acorn^adar 


16350 


Acorraian 



^lleghany Valley Rail, 6 per cent, gold 
Antwerp and Rotterdam 
3 per cent obligations 
Arbroath and Forfar 

Atheniy and Tuam [1902 

Atlantic and Great Western 7 per cent, first mortgage 

7 per cent second mortgage 1902 

7 per cent third mortgage 1890 

Certificates of debenture 

7 per cent sterling bonds 

7 per cent Reoiganization scrip 
Leased Lines Rental Trust 

8 per cent Western Extension certificates 
Prefeired 5 per cent stock 

Common stock 
Atlantic and St Lawrence (Grand Trunk) 
6 per cent sterling mortgage 
6 per cent third mortgage 1891 

6 per cent Island Pond mortgage 

Atlantic, Mississippi & Ohio Consd. 7 per cent mort. 

Ayr and Maybole Junction 7 per cent 

gahia and San Francisco [1895-1902 

Baltimore and Ohio 6 per cent sterling bonds 
6 per cent sterling bonds, 1910 
Baltimore and Potomac (Tunnel)6 per cent.first mort. 

Main Line 6 per cent first mortgage 191 1 
Banbridge Junction 

5 per cent preference shares 
Banbury and Cheltenham direct railway 
Bay of Havana and Matanzas 7 per cent bonds 

7 per cent Second issue 
7 per cent. Third issue 

Bedford and Northampton deferred 

Preferred 
Belfast and County Down 

Preference 5 per cent A shares 

5 per cent D ^ 

4^ per cent E 
Belfast and Northern Counties ordinary 

4 per cent preference perpetual 

4^ per cent pref. perpetual shares and stock 

4 per cent debenture stock 
Belgian Eastern Junction 
Birkenhead 4 per cent perpetual 

4^ per cent, preference 
Blyth and Tyne ordinary 

10 per cent preference stock 

5 per cent, preference stock 

5 per cent preference stock, 1867 
Bolivar Railway, Limited 



344 BAILWATS— British, Colonial, and Foreign. 



CodbNo 

1 635 1 

16352 

16353 

16354 

16355 
16356 

16357 

16358 

16359 

16360 

1 6361 

16362 

16363 
16364 

16365 

16366 
16367 

16368 

16369 
16370 

1637 1 
16372 

16373 
16374 

16375 
16376 

16377 
16378 

16379 
16380 

I638I 

16382 

16383 
16384, 

16385 

16386 
16387 
16388 
16389 

16390 

16391 

16392 

16393 
16394 
16395 

16396 

16397 
16398 

16399 

16400 



CODB Word 

Acarucaba 

AcorulUn 

Acorzaren 

Acostumbra 

AcotyUdon 

Acoucagem 

Acoyeron 

Acoyunda 

AcquaiUhe 

Acquerdh 

Acquidoso 

Acquilona 

Acquitrino 

Acrecenda 

AcredtUa 

Acremente 

Acrianzado 

Acrihahais 

AcribiUar 

Acritaus 

Acroama 

Acrogenaus 

Acronomiai 

Acropaihy 

Acropolis 

Acrotarian 

Acrupido 

AcHniform 

Actitaba 

AcHtavero 

AcHvames 

Activeras 

Aduariola 

AcuadrUlo 

Acuantiaba 

Acuartdar 

Acueducho 

Acuitaran 

AcuUatum 

Acumagre 

Acusmata 

Adiuquare 

AdacruH 

AdciggtTor 

Adagissimo 

Adamabat 

Adamavero 

Adamismo 

Adapanos 

Adaperior 



'BdQ.^^X—amtifiued. 

7 per cent debenture 
Bombay, Bar., & C India, 5 per cent 

4 per cent debentures, redeemable 1882 

n 9f ft it 1884 

4^ per cent inconvertible, 187 1 
Brecon and Merthyr Tydfil Junction 

^ 5 per cent preference, 1861-2-3-4-5 
Bristol and Exeter 

4 per cent preference perpetual 

4^ per cent, redeemable preference 

5 per cent preference perpetual 
Budharest and Giurgevo 7 per cent bonds 
Buenos Ayres and Campana Railway, Limited 
Buenos Ayres & Eusenada, limited, 7 per cent pre£ 
Buenos Ayres — Great Southern 

Dolores extension 

6 per cent debenture stock 

6 per cent Ayacucho extension [centmortgage 
Burlington,Cedar, Rapids, & Northern Railway 5 per 
(^airo and Vincennes 7 per cent 
Caledonian 

New 4 per cent, convertible 
Scottish Central (ordinary) 7 per cent 
4^ original 

Perpetual 5 per cent No. i 
4 per cent perpetual 
Perpetual 5 per cent No. 2 
Granton 5 per cent 

Perpetual 4^ per cent No. 2, 3, & 4 
Perpetual 4I per cent No. 5 
Perpetual 5 per cent. No. 3 
Dumfries, L., and I^ckerbie, 6 per cent 
Scottish Central 4^ per cent perpetual 
Scottish Cen. 4^ per cent perpetual No. 2 &3 
4 per cent Debenture Stock 
Scottish N. East, Aberdeen 
Do. Aberdeen 3^ per cent No. i & 2 perpetual 
Do. Aberdeen 6 per cent perpetual 
Do. Aberdeen 7 per cent perpetual 
Do. Dundee & Arbroath 
Do. Dundee & Arbroath 5 per cent perpetual 
Do. Scottish Midland 
Do. 4^ per cent perpetual 
Do. 5 per cent preference, 1865 
Glasgow and Gamkirk 
Glasgow, Barrhead, &c. 

New 
Glasgow General Terminus 
Greenock 
Greenock 5 per cent preference 



RAILWATS— Britiah, Colonial, and Foraign. 345 



CodeNo 

1 640 1 

16403 

16403 

16404 

16405 

16406 

16407 

16408 

16409 

16410 

1641 1 

1 641 2 
16413 

16414 
1641S 
16416 
16417 
16418 
16419 
16420 
16421 
16422 
16423 
16424 
16425 
16426 
16427 
16428 
16429 
16430 
1 643 1 
16432 

16433 
16434 

16435 
16436 

16437 
16438 

16439 
16440 

16441 

16442 

"6443 
16444 

16445 
16446 

16447 
16448 

16449 
16450 



CoDB Word 
Adapertile 
Adapangp 
Atiapuestas 
Adaresco 
Adargama 
. Adasperart 
Adataran 
AdattabiU 
Adangerem 
Addensent 
Addiceret 
Addimorare 
Addwaiire 
Addixerunt 
Addobbare 
Addomanda 
Addoparsi 
Addrappato 
Addubitcmt 
Adducebai 
Addudmus 
Addudtare 
Adebdaran 
Adecenaba 
Adegerint 
Adehesado 
Addantaba 
Addanirets 
Addinaba 
AdeUnecho 
Ademador 
Adancrunt 
Adenodcutcts 
Adephagy 
Aderabais 
AdergereU 
Adergono 
Adescatura 
Adestranza 
Adeudaran 
Adevinasm 
Adhalabai 
Adhalarem 
Adhortahis 
Adiacmza . 
Adigdfotur 
Adinerados 
AditUdado 
Adinventus 
Adipatum 



Greenock — lorUimud. 
Lesmahagow A 
Lesmahagdw B 
Wishaw & Coltness 
' Clydesdale 4^ per cent 
Cambrian, No. i (Inland Section) 
5 prdference, Oswestry 
5 preference, Llanidloes, No. i 

5 per cent preference, Machvnlleth, Na i 
4^ per cent preference, MacnynUeth, No. 2 

Canada Southern 7 per cent, first mortgage 
Cape, purchased by the State 

6 per cent bonds 
5^ per cent bonds 

Camatic, Limited 

Central Aigentine 

6 per cent bonds 
Central Pacific and California, ist mortgage bonds 
Califomian, Oregon 6 per cent ist mort. 

6 per cent Land Grant bonds, 1890 
Central Uruguay of Monte Video 7 per cent bonds 

7 per cent preference shares 
6 per cent Debenture stock 

Charkof- Azof 5 per cent 

Charkow- Krementschug 

Cheshire Midland 

Chicago and Alton 6 per cent sterling con. mort. 

Chicago Paducah 7 per cent bonds 

Chicago Burlington & Quincey 5 per cent 

Chichago, Milwaukee, & St Paul, 7 per cent, ist 

City of Glasgow Union 5 per cent. [mort. 

Cleveland, Columbus, Cincin, &c. con. mort 

Cockermouth, Kes\vick and Penrith 

Copiapo 

Cork and Bandon 

5i per cent preference perpetual 

4 per cent preference perpetual 
Cork and Limerick direct 
Cork, Blackrock and Passage 
Cornwall 

' 44 per cent guaranteed stock 

4* per cent preference perpetual shares 

4^ per cent, debenture stodc 
Cornwall Mineral 

6 per cent pref. stock 
J)eeside 

Extension 
Demerara 

7 per cent perpetual 

Detroit and Milwaukee Railroad, ist mort. 7 pr cent 
2nd mortgage 8 pc? cent 



346 RAILWATS— Brituh, OQlooia], and Itaraigit 



CodeNo 

16451 

16452 

16453 
16454 

16455 
16456 

16457 
16458 

16459 
16460 

1 646 1 

16462 

16463 
16464 

16465 
16466 
16467 
16468 
16469 
16470 
1647 1 
16472 

16473 
16474 

16475 
16476 

16477 

16478 

16479 

16480 

1 648 1 

16482 

16483 

16484 

16485 

16486 

X6487 

16488 

16489 

16490 

16491 

16492 

16493 
16494 

16495 
16496 

16497 

16498 

16499 

6500 



CoDB Word 

Adipiscor 

Adirammto 

AdircUdlo 

Adjuturus 

Adjuvando 

Admaturor 

Admoderor 

Admondfot 

Admonemur 

Admordemus 

Admugitum 

Adnatobat 

Adociria 

Adolaridas 

Adombrato 

Adonteremo 

Adopertus 

Adoptama 

AdcptarufU 

Adaravisse 

Adoriendum 

Adormista 

Adaudrons 

Adradamur 

Adrepabem 

Adripendum 

Adrepsurw 

Adricando 

Adrunaran 

Adscriphis 

Aduendado 

Aduiabaiur 

Adukimos 

AdulcisU 

Adumbramus 

AdunamefiU 

Adunatore 

Adusserunt 

AdusUlU 

Advedida 

Advfdurum 

Adveiavero 

Adveramos 

Adversamur 

Advertendo 

Advocantis 

Advolaniem 

Afalagare 

Afastiado 

AffaUrons 



Dublin atul Belfast Junction 
Dublin and Drogheda 

4 per cent, debenture stock, peipetoal 

4 per cent perpetual 

4| per cent guaranteed preference 
DubUn & Kingstown— Dublin, VVicklow & Wezfeni 
Dublin and Meath 

5 per cent 

6 per cent 

Dublin, Wicklow, and Wexford 

6 per cent perpetual 

5 per cent preference perpetual 

5 per cent preference, 1864, perpetual 

5 per cent preference, 1865, perpetual 
Dundee, Perth, and Aberdeen 

5 per cent ist class preference 

5 per cent quarters, 2nd preference 

Newtyle preference 

5 per cent preference, 1862 
Dunabuig and Witepsk, Limited 
Dunedin and Port Chalmers, Limited, 5 per cent 
Dutch Indian (Java) 4^ per cent [moitgage 

1869 issue 

187 1 issue 
Dutch Rhenish 

New shares 
^ast Argentine, Limited 
Eastern Bengal, 5 per cent. 

4 per cent debenture stock 

4 per cent bonds, pay 1884 

4 per cent bonds pay 1886 

East and West Junction Railway, 5 per cent ist 
Eastern of France [debenture stock 

5 per cent, redeemable obligations 
^^Est" 5 percent 

East Indian guaranteed 5 per cent 

4^ per cent perpetual debenture stock 
Debentures, 4^ mconvertible 1875-7 
Debentures, 4I inconvertible 1881 
Debentures, 4 inconvertible, 1882 
Debentures, 4 inconvertible, 1882, 2nd issue 
Debentures, 4 inconvertible, 1883 

Eastern of Massachusetts 6 per cent, mortgage 1906 

East London 

5 per cent, first preference 

5 per cent, second preference 

6 per cent debenture stock 

6 per cent debenture stock, 1874 
6 per cent del^enture stock, 1875 
Edinburgh and Bathgate 



RAILWAYS— British, Colonial, and Eoreigii. 347 



CodbNo 

16501 

16502 

16503 

16504 

16505 
16506 

16507 

16508 

16509 

16510 

16511 

16512 

165I3 
16514 

16515 
16516 

16517 

16518 

16519 

16520 

16521 

16523 

16523 
16524 

16525 
16526 

16527 

16528 

16529 

16530 

16531 
16532 

16533 
16534 

16535 
16536 

16537 

16538 

16539 
16540 

16541 

16542 

16543 

16544 

16545 
16546 

16547 
16548 

16549 
16550 



COdb Word 
Affannante 
Affinxerit 
Afflabunt 
Affodimus 
Affo^arano 
Affarcctndo 
Affranchi 
Affredare 
Affremitum 
Affulsercm 
Affundebam 
Afiblabais 
Afinagim 
Aflacare 
Aflamares 
Aftdtaren 
Afligieron 
Aflusando 
Afandaron 
Aforadaba 
Aforrechas 
Afortcdado 
AJbscaba 
Afosiigaba 
Afrailase 
Afratdais 
Afrentador 
Afretamos 
Afruentase 
Agabador 
Agalhando 
Ag€daado 
Agamitaba 
AgangrgfUM 
Agarbase 
Agarbogona 
Agarrqfais 
AgascUho 
^astria 
Agatina 
AgaviUo 
J^azapando 
Agdiivo 
Agematis 
Agtndicum 
Agerasia 
Ageuolare 
^ggarbare 
Aggerabai 
Aggerahim 



Erie, 4J. per dollar 

7 per cent preferred 
ist mortgage, 7 per cent 
2nd mortgage, 7 per cent 
3rd mortgage, 7 per cent 
4th mortgage, 7 per cent 
5th mortgage, 7 per cent. 

6 per cent, sterling debentures 

7 per cent, consolidated mortgage 

7 per cent 2nd consolidated mortgage 
7 per cent consolidated convertible 

European and North American 

pinn Valley 

Forth and Clyde Junction 

5 per cent preference 

6 per cent redeemable preference 
Fumess 

6 per cent perpetual 
4^ per cent perpetual 
5 per cent peq)etual 
5 per cent redeemable 1883 
4^ per cent perpetual preference 
Whitehaven and Fumess 

5 per cent perpetual [cent mortgage 

Galveston, Harrisburg, and San Antonio 6 per 
Q.illman, Clinton, and Springfield 

Glasgow and Cape Breton (Nova Scotia) 
Glasgow and South Western 

Perpetual guaranteed 5 per cent 
Perpetual pref. 5 per cent 
Perpetual No. 2, 5 per cent 
Castle Douglas preference, 5 per cent 
Maybole and Girvan, 4 per cent 

5 per cent preference 
Greenock and Ayrshire, 4^ per cent 

4 per cent debenture stock 

5 per cent preference, 1873 

5 per cent preference shares, 1875 
4^ per cent preference shares, 1878 
5 per cent preference, 1879 
Gloucester and Dean Forest (Great Western) 
Grand Russian guaranteed 5 per cent 
Grand Trunk Canada 

Grand Trunk Canada 5 per cent debenture stock 
New ordinary 22I per cent. 
Buffalo and Lake Huron 5^ per cent bonds 
Island Pond mortgage 6 per cent 

5 per cent perpetual debenture stock 
Equipment bonds, ist charge 6 per cent. 
Equipment bonds, 2nd charge 6 per cent 



348 


BAILWAYS-British, ColoninI, and roraign. 


CoDBNn 


COOR WOBD 




■'55' 


Af^lMitero 


Buf&lo and Lake Huron, 1870 


1655. 


Ai^^roppalo 




•6553 


Ai^iamnito 


and preference 5 per cent 


1<'SS4 




3rd preference 4 per cent 


'6S5S 


A^n-onar 


Great Eastern 


i6SS' 


A'iiliiHHs 




■'557 


AgitijliuiU 


East Ai^lian No. a 


.6558 




Eut Anglian A, 5 per cent 


■«SS9 


Agiledum 


East Anglian A, 7 per cent 


16560 


Aglayando 


East Anglian B, 6 per cent 


16561 


Ai^naiCfrh 


East Anglian C, 7 per cent. 


16561 


Asmuabas 


East Anglian No. 1 5 per cent 


16563 


Aiobiamot 


Eastern Counties 5 per cent. Na i perpetual 


16564 


Agouitia 


Eastern Counties s per cent No. 3 perpetual 


16565 


Agpirad^ 


Eastern Counties 6 per cent perpetual 


16566 




Eastern Union, 4 per cent and creditors' stock 


16567 




Eastern Union, 5 per cent and crediiore' stock 


16568 


Agostann 


Norfolk, s per cent perpetual. 1846 


1656, 


AtotaHa 


Norfolk, S^ per cent perpetual, 1&47 


16570 


Agoiuadas 


Norfolk, 5 per cent, perpetual Wav. Valley, 1847 


16571 


Agrafama 


5 per cent preference perpetual, 1862 


16571 


Agrafmmt 


4i per cent preference perpetual, 1861-2 


16573 


Agramlaba 


5 per cent preference perpetual, 1863 


16574 




5 per cent preference perpetual, 1864 


"6375 


Aingtroni 


6\ per cent, preference 


16576 


AgruUua 


4 per cent debenture stock 


•6577 


Agnstume 


5 per cent debenture stock A 


16578 


Agriaiais 


5 percent debenture stock B 1867 


16579 


AgriUaiat 


5 per cent debenture stock r876 


i6|8; 


Agripersa 




165SI 


A^rvdola 


Harwich guanuiteed 4 per cent 


16581 


Agmmaratt 


Woodbri{%c 4 per cent perpetual 


16583 




Ixjwestoft 4 per cent 


16584 


Agua^fma 


Lowesterft 6 per cent 


16585 


Aguamanos 


Northern Extension 5 per cent 


16586 




Northern and Eastern, 5 per cent 


16587 


AgtmievoU 


Northern and Eastern, 6 per cent 


16588 


A^uavtrdt 


London and Blackwall 


16589 


Agudibas 


4^ per cent perpetual preference 
Great Indian Penmsula guaranteed 5 per cent 


16590 


Agueradcu 


16551 




New (shares) 


16591 


Agusano 


New 1867 


16593 


AMrado 


New 1870 


16594 


Ahdmndo 


Debenture 4 pw cent 1 878 


1659s 


AhtrUtds 


Debenture 5 per cent 1873 


16596 


AhervortH 


Debenture 5 per cent 1877 


16597 


Akttrames 


4 per cent debenture uock 
Great Luxembourg 


i65?8 


AAilemoi 


16599 




Obligations 5 per cent red. in 75 years at 5 


1C600 


Akituaieis 


Obligations s per cent red. in 75 years at »s 



RAIL WAYS— British^ Colonial^ and Foreign. 349 



CodbNo 

6601 

6603 

6603 

6604 

6605 

6606 

6607 

6608 

[6609 

:66io 

6611 

:66i2 

6613 

f66i4 

6615 

6616 

[6617 

6618 

:66i9 

:6620 

6631 

6632 

[6623 

[6624 

[6625 

[6626 

f6627 

[6628 

[6629 

[6630 

6631 

[6632 

16633 

[6634 

6635 

6636 

6637 

6638 

[6639 

[6640 

[6641 

[6642 

16643 

[6644 

[6645 
[6646 
[6647 
[6648 
[6649 
[6650 



CODB WOBD 

Ahuchabais 

Akurissant 

Aigretii 

Aigrissons 

Ainurons 

Airamenio 

Aislamos 

AjamiefUo 

Ajobamos 

AjotUeront 

Alab€mdina 

Alabarar 

Alabearan 

Alabiadas 

Akuemina 

Aladaban 

Alacranado 

Aiadraba 

Aladroque 

Aiagartado 

Alamhrera 

Alamfiula 

Alanaban 

Alandreaba 

Aiaparum 

Aiargados 

Alaribus 

Alatemus 

Alatrones 

Alaudabais 

Albagwsa 

Alhcdero 

Albatuaba 

Albardado 

Albaricos 

Albarium 

Albatarum 

Albaymo 

Albaxina 

Alhedine 

Albtdrian 

Albeiiase 

Albtldaste 

Albeniibus 

Albentola 

Alberchiga 

Albercoms 

Aiberguero 

AUnaibat 

Albicandum 



Great \MOLtxxAiQVLX%—conimued. 

Preference 5 per cent red. in 82 years at 24 
Great Northern oitliniuy 
A 
B 

New Ordinary 1872 
Leeds, Bradford, and Halifax guaranteed 

5 percent perpetual, 1849-50 

5 per cent, redeemable at 10 per cent premium 

4^ percent redeemable at 10 per cent premium 

5 per cent redeemable at 5 per cent premium 

5 per cent perpetual, 1861 

4^ per cent perpetual, 1861 

5 per cent permanent preference, 1866 

4^ per cent preference, 1872 
Heitford 3^ per cent 
Luton 4! per cent, in perpetuity 
Hertford and Luton 4 per cent in perpetuity 
Luton 5 per cent, in perpetuity 

5 per cent debenture stock (W. York) 

Debenture stock 4 per cent 
Boston, Sleaford, &c, 4^ per cent 
East Lincolnshire, guaranteed 6 per cent 
Nottingham and Grantham, perpetual, 4^ per cent 
Royston, Hitchin, &c., guaranteed 6 per cent. 
Great North of Scotland 

S per cent preference in perpetuity [ence 

4^ per cent preference in perpetuity A prefer- 

4I per cent, preference B in perpetuity 

4 per cent issued for arrears 
Formartine and Buchan. 5 per cent. 
Formartine and Buchan. ordinary 3 per cent 
Aberdeen and Turriff, 5 per cent 
Banffshire 5 per cent, preference stock 
Great Northern and Western (Ireland) 
Great Southern and Western of Ireland 

4 per cent perpetual 

4 per cent debenture stock 
Great Southern of India, 5 per cent 

4f per cent 

5 per cent mortgage bonds 
4^ per cent debenture stock 

Great western — Original 

Original and joint 5 per cent rent charges 

Guaranteed 5 per cent stock 

Preference 5 per cent, stock 

Debenture stock, 4 per cent perpetual 

Debenture stock, 4^ per cent 

Debenture stock, 4^ per cent pepetual 

5 per cent, debenture stock [rent charge 

Great Western, Bristol and Exeter, and South Devon 



350 RAILWAYS— Mtid^ Odonial, aad fbreigiL 



CodbNo 

16651 

16653 

16653 

16654 

16655 

16656 

16657 

16658 

16659 

16660 

16661 

16663 

16663 

16664 

16665 

16666 

16667 

16668 

16669 

16670 

1 667 1 

16672 

16673 

16674 

16675 

16676 

16677 

16678 

16679 

16680 

1668X 

16682 

16683 

16684 

16685 

16686 

16687 

16688 

16689 

16690 

1 6691 

16692 

16693 

16694 

16695 

16696 

16697 

16698 

16699 

16700 



COdbWoso 
AUncanm 
Albiceraia 
Aibidorvm 
AUndrado 
Albihares 
AUntana 
Albo^ma 
Alhondiga 
Atborbola 
Alborocera 
AlboHnes 
Albudlla 
Albugim 
Albupnoso 
AUndarutn 
AlcabaUro 
Aicacara 
AUanavy 
AUantUes 
Alcaparron 
Alcavala 
Alcoforts 
Aldrcova 
Akorzamas 
Akotams 
AlcrQns 
AUyaneus 
Aldabeais 
Aldabeando 
Aldcorrio 
AUaiarius 
Alebramos 
Al^ando 
AUehugas 
AUpardo 
AUpsida 
Aiesnaran 
Aletargue 
AUUasen 
Aleudarian 
Alemimo 
Aifageme 
Alfambar 
Alfaqudlo 
Alfadero 
Aifasaque 
Alfettique 
Algaluro 
Algartadar 
Algemado 



I 



Great Western and Brentford 

Preference 5 per cent 
Great Western of Canada 

6 per cent bonds, due 1873-76 

5| per cent bonds, due 1877-78 

5 per cent perpetual debenture stock 
New 5 per cent, issued 80 

6 per cent sterling bonds, due 1S90 
Greenock and Ayrshire 

Greenock and Wemyss Bay 

Greenock and Wemyss Bay preference 

J^ighland Railway 

Dunkeld 6 per cent preference 
Nairn 5 per cent prderence 
Nairn 6 per cent preference 
Class A, 4^ per cent preference 
Class B, 5 per cent 
4^ per cent debenture stock 

Jllinois and St Louis Bridge,7 percent ist mortgage 
7 per cent 3nd mortgage 

Illinois Central Railroad 100 dollar shares 
New shares 

Construction bonds, 7 per cent 1875 
Construction bonds, 6 per cent 1875 
6 per cent sterling redemption bon<^, 1875 
6 per cent dollar ''redemption " bonds, 1890 
5 per cent Steriipg Sinking Fund bonds, 1903 

Illinois Missouri & Te^cas, 7 percent [mortgage 

International Bridge (Grand Trunk), 6 per cent 

International Bridge (Grand Trunk) 6 per cent pre£ 

Iq^uique and La Noria, &c (Peru), 7 per cent mort 

Insh North Western 

5 per cent perpetual, Class A 
Do. Class B 

J^ingsbridge Railway shares 

Kursk-Charkow-Azow 5 per cent guaranteed 
][^ancashire and Yorkshire 
New 4 per cent 

6 per cent perpetual 

Bamsley guaranteed 5A per cent in perpet 
Blackburn, 4^ per cent perpetual 
East Lancashve 6 per cent 
East Lancashire 4^ per cent 
East Lancashire 5 per cent, perpetual 
4^ per cent perpetual 

1865, ^\ P^^ ^^(• 
1872, 4^ per crat preference 
1874, 5 percent preference 
Debenture stock 4 per cent 
Lehigh Valley 6 per cent consul morti A 



BAIL WATS— British, GoUmi&l, and ForeigiL 35 1 



CodbNo 


Cods Word 




16701 


Aigibisia 


I^mberg Czemowitz- Jassy guaranteed 7 per cent 


16702 


A/gidorum 


Leven-Esist of Fife 


16703 


Algoribus 


Leven 


16704 


Algrinaies 


Leven preference 4^ per cent 


1 6705 


Alguarines 


Levis (Quebec) & Kennebec mortgage bonds 


16706 


Alguidar 


Lima Railways, limited 


16707 


Aihacran 


Limerick and Ennis 


16708 


AlhandaUs 


Limerick and Foynes 


16709 


Alharcas 


Llaneily Railway and Dock 


16710 


Alhargama 


Llynvi and Ogmore Valley (Ll3mvi) ordinary 


16711 


Alheador 


(Ogmore) deferred ordinary 


16713 


Alhenaban 


Preferred 5 per cent 1855 


16713 


Aihostigo 


London and North- Western 


16714 


AUacanado 


Stour Valley 


16715 


Aliagaran 


5 per cent preference perpetual 


16716 


Atiansando 


New 5 per cent preference, 1874 


16717 


Aliartus 


44 per cent preference perpetual 
2I per cent preference perpetual 


16718 


AlicatUara 


16719 


Aikastrum 


Coventry and Nuneaton 5 per cent 


16720 


Aliconda 


Bedford and Cambridge 


16721 


Alidorato 


Debenture Stock 4 per cent 


1672a 


Alimamus 


Debenture Stock 3^ per cent 


16723 


AUferum 


St Helen's Railway and Canal, Class A 


16724 


Aligeraba 


Do. 5 per cent perpetual, B 


16725 


Alimpatnos 


Do. 6 per cent perpetual, C 


16726 


AHmpiaran 


Do. 4^ per cent redeemable at par 


16727 


Aliorsum 


Shrewsbury and Welchpool 4 per cent 


16728 


Alipedis 


Whitehaven Junction 


16729 


AiisofUia 


Lancaster and Carlisle guaranteed 


16730 


Alitiemo 


4^ per cent, preference perpetual 


16731 


A/itames 


Merthyr, Tred^ar, and Aberdare guar. 5 per cent 


16732 


AUabenia 


Buckinghamshire guaranteed 4 per cent 


16733 


AUaMmur 


Chester and Holyhead 2I per cent 
Chester and Holyhead $\ per cent perpetual 


16734 


Aiiaitais 


16735 


AUamberis 


Chester and Holyhead 5. per cent perpetual 


16736 


Ailanioide 


Kendal and Windermere guaranteed 


16737 


Allapsus 


Shropshire Union 


16738 


Aliatramus 


South Staffordshire, A 


16739 


Allatravii 


South Staffordshire, B, 5 per cent 


16740 


Allaudaho 


London and South Western 


1 6741 


Allechait 


7 per cent perpetual 


16742 


AlUctaHo 


PortJ$mouth anns. 2s. 6d. each 


16743 


AlUgabot 


4^ per cent perpetual 


16744 


AUegamus 


5 per cent, perpetual, 1866 


16745 


Alifgassei 


Debenture Stock, 4 per cent 


16746 


Allerdings 


Debenture Stock 4^ per cent 


16747 


AUigarem 


London, Brighton and South Coast 


16748 


AUipanus 


7 per cent perpetual 


16749 


Aliisurus 


6 per cent. No. i perpetual 


16750 


Ailubitum 


6 per cent 1859, No. 2, perpetual only 



353 RAILWAYS— British, Colonial, and randgn. 



CodbNo 

6751 

6752 

6753 

6754 

6755 
6756 

6757 

6758 

6759 

6760 
6761 
6762 

6763 
6764 
6765 
6766 
6767 
6768 

6769 

67 

67 
67 
67 

67 
67 
67 

67 
67 

67 

6780 

6781 
6782 

6783 
6784 

6785 

6786 

6787 

6788 
6789 

6790 

6791 

6792 

6793 
6794 

679s 

6796 

6797 

6798 

6799 

6800 



3 

4 

5 
6 

7 
8 



Code Word 
AUudimus 
Al/ungaio 
Almacenaba 
Almadanda 
Almadraba 
Almadiero 
Aimadrena 
Almagralnm 
Altnagraria 
AlmaUque 
AlmargiUo 
Almasada 
Almatrero 
Altnatriche 
Almecegu 
Almecerias 
Almctiga 
Aimibaras 
Almidonado 
Alminasifi 
Aimiscar 
Altnoceda 
AlmocraU 
Almoedado 
Almognma 
Almohades 
Almorzan 
Aimosnare 
Almudelio 
Almuertas 
Alobunado 
Alogador 
Alamabais 
AUmgadero 
Ahpecurus 
Aiosarian 
Alparceria 
AlpargaUn 
Alpigiano 
Alpoldras 
Alporcado 
Alquebre 
Alquiloms 
Alquitarar 
Alrededar 
Altabaque 
Altalenaio 
Altamaia 
AltamerUe 
AUanado 



London, Brighton and South Coast — amiinued. 
5 per cent 1845, No. i, perpetual only 
5 per cent 1845, ^o- 2> perpetual only 
5 per cent 1847, No. 3, peipetual only 
5 per cent 1854, No. 4, perpetual only 
5 per cent 1865, No. 5, perpetual only 
5 per cent 1866, No. 6, perpetual only 
5 percent 1866, No. 7, perpetual only 
4I per cent 1858, perpetual only 
4f per cent 1859, perpetual only 
4I per cent 186 1, perpetual only 
4 per cent 1859, perpetual only 

4 per cent i860, perpetual only 
4^ per cent 1863, perpetual only 
Debenture Stock, 4 per cent perpetual 
Debenture Stock, 4^ per cent perpetual 

London, Chatham & Dover arbitration ord. stock 
44 per cent, perpetual preference arb. stock 
4| per cent perpetual arb. debenture stock 
4^ per cent perpetual B debenture stock 

Londonderry and Colleraine 

5 per cent 4 shares 
Londondeny and Enniskillen original 

A preference perpetual 5 per cent 

B preference perpetual 5 per cent 

C preference perpetual 5 per cent 
London, Tilbury, and Southend, guar« 6 per cent 
Louisville & Nashville 6 per cent Strlg. j;^ 200 bonds 
]y^adras, guaranteed, 5 per cent by Ind. Gov. 

Guaranteed, \i per cent 

Guaranteed, 4^ per cent 

Guaranteed, 5 per cent. 

Debenture 5 per cent convertible 

4^ per cent inconvertible 
Manchester, Sheffield, and Lincolnshire 

Preferred ordinary 6 per cent 

Deferred ordinary 

6 oer cent perpetual 
J^t shares, redeemable 

5 per cent till 1881 then 4^ per cent. 
3^ per cent perpetual 

6 per cent perpetual 

Garston and Liverpool 4^ per cent perpetual 

5 per cent perpetual i86a 

5 per cent, 1865 

5 per cent preference convert, before 187S 

New 5 per cept pref. convert 

4^ per cent debenture stock 
Marrietta and Cincinnati bonds 7 per cent 1891 
Maryport and Cailisle ordinary 
Matanzas and Sabanilla 2nd issue, 1863 



RAILWAYS— British, Colonial, and Poreign. 353 



CodbNo 


CODB Word 




1 680 1 


AUaneous 


Melbourne and Hobson's Bay United 


16803 


AUcmorum 


6 per cent bonds, 1880 


16803 


Aitareina 


5 per cent bonds, 1895 


16804 


AltareUo 


Memphis and Ohio 7 per cent sterling 


16805 


Altaricas 


Metropolitan 


16806 


Altegjoder 


IVeferred 6 per c«nt 


16807 


Aiiertgia 


Deferred 


16808 


Alterutrum 


5 per cent preference, perpetual 


16809 


Alticinda 


5 per cent redeemable at 10 per cent prem. 


16810 


Altivc^o 


5 per cent convertible preference, 1869 


16811 


Aludaban 


4^ per cent debenture stock 


16812 


Alufrabais 


Metropolitan and St John's Wood 


16813 


Alu/rasen 


5 per cent preference 


16814 


Alugador 


Metropolitan Districts (Southern Connecting) 


16815 


Aluneroni 


5 per cent preference 


16816 


Alustraba 


6 per cent debenture stock 


16817 


Alutaceous 


Metropolitan of Constantinople, limited 


16818 


Ahaniga 


Mexican, limited shares 


16819 


AlveiHo 


Class A, 8 per cent mortgage loan 


16820 


Aiveolatum 


Class B, 7 per cent, mortgage loan 


T6821 


Alvergar 


Class C, 7 per cent, mortgage loan 


16822 


AlvUana 


7 per cent mortgage, 1874 


16823 


Aivorotos 


Michigan Central 


16824 


Alzadera 


8 per cent. 


16825 


Amabamus 


Midland, ordinary stock 


16826 


AnuUniiter 


Birmingham and Derby 


16827 


Amabunt 


Cons. 6 per cent 


16828 


Amachino 


Bristol and Birmingham 6 per cent perpetual 


16829 


Amadetto 


4i per cent preference stock, redeemable 


16830 


Amadriade 


4I per cent preference stock, irredeemable 


16831 


Amagtuen 


Erewash Valley 6 per cent 


16832 


Amaigrimes 


Sheffield & Rotherham preference 6 percent 


16833 


Atnalarigo 


Leicester and Hitchen, 4 per cent 


16834 


Amaieaba 


A, B, C, D, E, F, G, perpetual 5 per cent pref. 


16835 


Amalihea 


Bradford stock, 4 per cent. 


16836 


Amancellan 


Manchester, Buxton, & Matlock 5 per cent guar. 


16837 


Amandarom 


5 per cent pref. 


16838 


Amandolino 


5 per cent convertible into ordinary stock, 1873 


16839 


Amaniabais 


5 per cent perpetual preference 


16840 


Amaniisco 


5 percent preference,convertible into ord.1877 


1 6841 


AmapoUn 


Leicester and Swannington 


16842 


Atnaradnus 


Midland 4 per cent, debenture stock 


16843 


Amaradas 


Midland 4^ per cent debenture stock 


16844 


Amaranaba 


Midland 4]^ per cent debenture stock 


16845 


Amaresco 


North-Westem, A 


16846 


Amargones 


North- Western, B 


16847 


Amaricado 


Midland Great- Western of Ireland 


16848 


AmarilUar 


5 per cent preference 


16849 


Amarinaba 


4^ per cent debenture stock 


16850 


Amarinamos 


Missouri, Kansas, and Texas, ist mortgage 

A A 



554 RAILWAYS— Mtidi, (kdonial, and ?Qre^ 



CodbNo 

1685 1 

16852 

16853 

16854 

16855 

16856 

16857 

16858 

16859 

16860 

1686X 

16862 

X6863 

X6864 

16865 

J6866 

16867 

16868 

16869 

16870 

16871 

16872 

16873 

16874 

16875 
16876 

16877 
16878 
16879 
16880 
16881 
16882 
16883 
16884 
16885 
16886 
16887 
16888 
16889 
16890 
1689* 
16892 
16893 
16894 
16895 
16896 
16897 
16898 
16899 
16900 
I 



CoDB Word 

Amarhuum 

Amartador 

Amarrians 

Amasiando 

Amasseront 

Amatador 

Amaiireni 

Amaiarculo 

Amaverunt 

Amavtsstm 

Ambactum 

Ambagibus 

Ambarilla 

Ambascma 

Ambiadura 

Ambialet 

Ambtafinus 

Ambigirmt 

Ambiaban 

Amblabemos 

AmbUsco 

Ambobus 

AmboTiU 

Ambradna 

Ambtascota 

Ambravate 

AwbfogiticL 

Ambuiabat 

Ambtiiacrum 

Ambuiarem 

Ambulavero 

AmbuUntur 

Amtneront 

Amenissimo 

Amenoraba 

Ammtatus 

Amercement 

Amesnador 

Amesnois 

Ameutames 

Ameuteront 

Ami(a$$iento 

Amicarsi 

AmidHoM 

Amtcof^m 

Amicuiarum 

Amierales 

Amigado 

Amigqvel 

AmSanaba 



MSdWales 

5 per cent preference 
Midland of Canada 6 per cent sterlii^ bonds^ 1 897 
Milwaukee and St Paul 7 per cent, 1st moc^^ife 
Monmouthshire Railway and Canal 
New 

5 per cent perpetual, ist and 2nd prefiexence 
Moscow-Jaroslaw bonds guaranteed 5 per cent. 
Moscow- Koursk 6 per cent bonds 
^amur and li^e, guaianteed 14 fis. per ann. 

Guaranteed 6 per cent 
Nassjo Oscarshamn 5 per cent ist mortgage 
National Pisco to Yea 5 per cent guaranteed 
Newry and Armagh, ordmaiy stock 

A debenture stock 
New Jersey United Canal & Rail 6% steriing, 1894 
New Jersey United Canal and Rail 1901 
New York, Boston,and Montreal 7 percent ist mort 
New York and Canada Railroad 6 per cent guar. 
New York Central 6 per cent sinking fund, ifiilj 
7 per cent sinkmg fund, 1876 
7 per cent sinking fund(convertible 1869), 1876 
$\QO shares [mortgage 

New York Central and Hudson River 6 per cent 
New York, Lake Erie, and Western 
Northampton & Banbury Junction, A debenture stL 
North and South Wales 
North and South Western Junction guar. 
North British, ordinary stock 
Edinbuigh and Glasgow, ordinary 
Border Union, ordinary stock 
Edinburgh, Perth, and Dundee, ordinary stock 
Monklands (ordinary) 6 per cent preference 
Consolidated Lien 4 per cent stock 
Consolidated 4 per cent preference stock Na t 
Consolidated 4 per cent preference stock Na 2 
Peebles Railway 
5 per cent preference 1865 
^ per cent convertible preference 1874 
Edin P. & D., 5 per cent debenture stock, B 
North British 4 per cent, debenture stock 
4^ per cent debenture stock 
4I per cent A, redeemable 1876 
5 per cent B, redeemable 1879 - 
Coatbridge 5i per cent redeemable at no 
North Eastern — Consols 

[6 ordinary shares, 5 per cent 
*8 ordinary shares, 5 per cent 
Ber, G.N. of England 
Preference consolidated 4 per cent 



% 



RAILWAYS— British, Coloidal, and Foreign. 355 



CodbNo 

1 6901 
1690a 

16903 

16904 

16905 

16906 
16907 

16908 

16909 
I69IO 
I69II 

1 691 2 
16913 
16914 
169IS 
16916 
1 691 7 
16918 
16919 
16920 
1 692 1 
16922 
16923 
16924 
16925 
16926 
16927 
16928 
16929 
16930 
1 6931 
16932 

16933 

16934 

16935 
16936 

16937 

16938 

16939 
16940 

1 6941 
16942 

16943 
16944 

16945 
16946 

16947 

16948 

16949 

16950 



OodbWoid 

Amimador 

Amindmes 

Amiserunt 

AfnisUmzas 

Amittendus 

Amitiado 

AmmaUaio 

Ammassato 

Ammodyte 

AmnmgUato 

Ammanitrum 

Amniculus 

Amoagar 

Amodorrido 

Amcgotado 

Amohecera 

Amohinaha 

Amqfarian 

AmolidMr 

AmaUimes 

Amomidene 

AmonceU% 

Amonestan 

Atnoranea 

Amoravd 

Amorbaba 

Amarcillo 

Amargado 

Amargonaba 

Amoribus 

Amoriames 

Amoriscado 

Atnaroselio 

Amortirons 

Amoscina 

Amosquiia 

Amostazctba 

Amostrado 

Amotinar 

Atnovtndum 

Atnoxamar 

Ampalaba 

Amparanza 

Atnpelita 

Ampharalis 

Amplectar 

Ampoletta 

Ampothctdo 

Ampoluccia 

Ampuliabor 



North Eastern — tontimmL 
Preference 4^ per cent 
5 per cent redeemable 

5 per cent redeemable preference 

6 per cent in exchange for Leeds \ shares 
Carlisle 4^ per cent 

Stockton & Darlington, A 5 per cent perpetual 
Stockton & Darlington 6 & C 6 per cent 
Stockton & Darlington, D 5^ per cent 
Hartlepool 8 per cent till 1879 
West Hartlepool, 4 per cent 
Hull and Selby puidiase, 4^ per cent till 1881 
Debenture stock 4 per cent 
Debenture stock, 4| per cent 
Hull and Hornsea 
Northern of France 

3 per cent obligations 
Charleroi, 3 j per cent 

North London 

Preference, min., 4^ per cent 

4^ per cent debenture stock 
North of Buenos Ayres, guaranteed 7 per cent 

Deferred, no guarantee 

Northern Central 6 per cent 
Northern of Canada, ist preference 6 per cent 1879 

2nd preference 6 per cent 1884 
Northern Extension of Canada 6 per cent bonds 
Northern of Spain 3 per cent priority 
Northern Pacific 7,', per cent 1st mortgage 
North Staffordshire stock 

5 per cent perpetual 

5 per cent 1865 and 1867 
4^ per cent debenture stock 

North Union A, guaranteed 10 per cent 

B, guaranteed 7 per cent 
North Western of Monte Video 7 per cent mort 
Norwegian Trunk, 5 per cent on net rev, 
Norwegian Trunk, preference 
Qldham, Ashton, and Guide 

Orel- Vitebsk, guaranteed 5 per cent 
Oregon and California, 7 per cent ist mortgage 
Orleans and Rouen 3 per cent sterling bands 
Ottoman (Smyrna to Aidin), guaranteed 

6 per cent debentures 
Redeemable at 100, after 1865 

Oude and Rohilkund stock 

4 per cent debentures 
Panama Railroad, 7 per cent 

Paris and Decatur, 7 per rent 
Paris, Lyons, and Mediterranean 

5 per cent, obligations 

AA 2 



35^ RAILWAYS— British, Goloni&l, and Foreign. 



CodbMo 

16951 
16952 

16953 
16954 

16955 
16956 

16957 
16958 

16959 

16960 
I696I 
16962 

16963 

16964 
16965 

16966 

16967 

16968 

16969 
16970 

1 6971 

16972 

16973 
16974 

16975 

16976 

16977 

16978 

16979 

16980 
1 698 1 
16982 

16983 

16984 

16985 

16986 

16987 

16988 
16989 

16990 

I699I 

16992 

16993 
16994 

16995 

16996 
16697 
16998 
16999 

17000 



CoDB Word 

Ampullarum 

Amputamur 

Amputando 

Amputavero 

Ams^gnma 

Amuletum 

Amurallado 

Amuramts 

Atnurcaba 

Amurcarium 

Amu5g€tba 

Amusgando 

AtnygdaU 

Amylaceo 

Amymola 

AmyriHco 

Anctbrose 

Anacardino 

Anacoreta 

Anadarias 

AfKideabais 

Anadematis 

Anadroma 

Afiafados 

Anafisie 

Anafara 

Anagcdlide 

Anagogiqiu 

Anamorfosi 

Ananchitis 

Anapestico 

Anarbeiten 

Anarguros 

Anarquista 

Anarripso 

Anastomosi 

AncUocismo 

Anairdla 

Anavinga 

Anchilosi 

Anchisimo 

Anchaueta 

Aruhurosa 

Anchusarum 

Anciiibus 

Andadtro 

Arularare 

Anconada 

Anconiiano 

Anconibus 



Paris — €oniinued. 

^ 3 per cent obligations 

Paris and Orleans 

Perkiomen 6 per cent gold 

Pennsylvania, 1st mortgage 6 per cent 18S0 
and mortgage, 6 per cent 1875 
General mortgage 6 per cent 19 10 
6 per cent, consolidated sinking fund mortgage 
50 dollar shares 

Philadelphia and Erie 6 per cent 
6 per cent general mortgage 

Philadelphia and Reading 50 dollar shares 
6 per cent consolidated mortgage 
6 per cent. Sterling Improvement Bonds 
6 per cent general mortgage 

Pittsburg, Fort Wayne, and Chicago 8 per cent, bonds 

Portadown, Dungannon, and Omagh Junction 
Preference 5 per cent 
Preference 4^ per cent 

Portpatrick 

Preston and Wyre, guaranteed 7I per cent 
Halves, A, ^^7 17J. per cent perpetual 
Sixths, ^7 1 7 J. per cent perpetual 
Preference, ^12 17X. %d per cent perpetual 

J^ecife and S Francisco(Pmmbuco),guar.7 per cent 
6 & 7 per cent debentures redeemable at par 
6 per cent debentures 

Rhymney 

6 per cent preference 1864 
Riga-Dunaburg, guaranteed 4^ per cent 
Royal Sardinian 

3 per cent obligations, series A 
3 per cent obligations, series B 
5 per cent preference shares 
Royal Swedish 

7 per cent 

3 per cent obligations 
gagua la Grande, 7 per cent obligations 

St Andrews 
St Ix)uis Tunnel, 9 per cent ist mortgage 
Salisbury and Yeovil 

5 per cent preference 
Sambre and Meuse 

5^ per cent, preference 
San Paulo, guaranteed 7 per cent 
7 per cent debentures, 1871-74 

6 per cent 1877-8 

5^ per cent permanent debenture stock 
Scinde, Punjaub, Delhi, guaranteed 5 per cent 

New Shares 
Severn and Wye Railway and Canal 



RAILWAYS— British, Colonial, and Foidgn. 357 



Code No 

rooi 
roo2 
^003 
roo4 
'005 

roo6 

rooy 

roo8 
ro09 
roio 

'Oil 
'OI2 

'OI3 

'OI4 

015 

roi6 
'017 
roi8 
roT9 
ro20 
'02I 
ro22 
ro23 
'O24 
025 
'026 

ro27 
'028 

ro29 
'O3O 
'03 1 
'O32 

^033 
^034 

'036 

'037 
'038 

'039 

040 
'04I 
ro42 

ro43 
'044 

'045 
'046 

047 

'048 

049 

050 



Code Wobd 

Ancorctche 

Ancorraggio 

Ancorarius 

Ancorelts 

Ancoressa 

Ancrasse 

Ancreront 

Ancuditie 

Andabata 

Andadura 

Andamenio 

Andamiada 

Andantesco 

Andaraya 

Andarines 

Andassero 

Andataccia 

Andauem 

Andavano 

Andecha 

Andiluvio 

Andodieron 

Andorilla 

Androdamas 

Androgino 

Androhend 

Andronium 

Androsaces 

Androsemo 

Andulenda 

Anduvieres 

Aneando 

Aneantirai 

An^adizo 

Aruinander 

Andidan 

Anellorum 

Anflammen 

Anflattem 

Anfractus 

Angaripola 

AngebdU 

Afigelesco 

Angilicaba 

Angifiarum 

Angicietto 

Angiotomia 

Angiporto 

Anglomania 

An%!opkiU 



Severn & Wye Railway & Canal — continticd. 

Guaranteed 4^ per cent 1853 

Preference shares, 1868, 5^ per cent 

Preference shares, 1869-71, 5 per cent 

Preference shares, 1873, 5 per cent 
Shrewsbury and Hereford, perpetual 6 per cent 

4^ per cent 
Smyrna and Cassaba ordinary 

7 per cent preference 

7 per cent, bonds 
Somerset and Dorset 

South and North Alabama 6 per cent bonds 
S. Austrian and Lorabardo- Venetian 

3 per cent obligations 

3 per cent obligations, 187 1 
South Devon ordinary stock 

5 per cent rent charge stock 

4^ per cent perpetual 

4^ per cent, perpetual additional shares 

5 per cent perpetual preference stock 

S per cent debenture stock 
South-Eastern ordinary stock 

Preferred ordinary 6 per cent 

Deferred ordinary 

Reading Annuities, 2af. 6d, each 

4 1 per cent perpetual 

Fixed 4^ per cent 1854, perpetual 

4^ per cent 1859, perpetual 

5 per cent, 1861 

4^ per cent 1862, perpetual 

5 per cent 1863 

5 per cent 1864 

5 per cent 1865 

Debenture stock, 4 per cent 

Debenture stock, ^ per cent. 
London and Greenwich 

5 per cent perpetual preference 
Southern of France 

3 per cent obligations, redeemable 
South Indian guaranteed 5 per cent 

guaranteed 4} per cent 

4^ per cent debenture stock 
South Italian 3 per cent obligations 
South Yorkshire.Rail. & River Dun, perp. 7 per cent 

4 per cent perpetual 

5 per cent, Co. may redeem at 5 per cent prem. 
5 per cent preference, redeemable 

5 per cent preference, irredeemable 

4^ per cent debenture stock 
Staines, Wokingham, and Woking 
Stratford-upon-Avon 



358 RAILWAYS— British, Cdonial, and Foraigiu 



CodbNo 

052 

053 
054 

055 
056 

057 
058 

059 
060 

061 

062 
063 
064 
065 
066 
067 
068 
069 
070 
071 
072 

073 
074 

075 
076 

077 

078 

079 

080 

081 

082 

083 

084 

085 

086 

087 

088 

089 

090 

091 

092 

093 
094 

09s 
096 

097 

098 

099 

100 



Cods Word 

Angar^us 

Angosdaio 

Angostares 

AngosHUo 

Anguieulum 

Angustabor 

Angustarse 

Anicetus 

AnUblaba 

Ardnuutores 

Antmalucho 

AnimasHco 

Animulum 

Anisanihus 

Anitrella 

Anitrocco 

Annebbiaio 

Anmgato 

Anneiasse 

Anneleront 

Annidarsi 

Annidavate 

Annidemmo 

Annietend 

Annohilito 

Annanciren 

Annotab(U 

Annotamur 

Annotasses 

Annoteront 

Antiugolato 

Anmdliren 

Annuiaba 

Anochecer 

Anopteris 

Anoveardo 

Anquiritur 

Anquiseco 

Anqmsitus 

Ansatnento 

Ansanasie 

Ansarero 

Anseribus 

Anstdade 

Anspecado 

Antachata 

Antandrous 

Antapodose 

AfUeambulo 

Antecama 



Swansea Vale 

6 per cent preference 
5 per cent preference 

4 per cent preference 
Swedish Central, Limited 

5 per cent bonds 



Taff 



rdinaiy 



5 per cent 
Penarth Harbour, Dock, and Railway 

AberdarCy guaranteed 10 per cent 
Tamboff-Kozloff 5 per cent guaranteed loan 
Tasmania Main Line, 5 per cent guaranteed 
Toronto Grey and Bruce of Canada 7% ist mort 
Toumay to Jubise, and Landen to Hasselt 
Turin and Savona 
Ulster 

Monaghan 

Clones 

4 per cent debenture stock perpetual 
4^ per cent perpetual preference 

Union Pacific 7 per cent 

Omaha Bri(]^e 8 per cent sterling 
United New Jersey Canal and Rail 6 per cent 1894 
Uruguay Central 7 per cent bonds 
^ama, guaranteed 5 per cent 

3 per cent obligations 

6 per cent obligations 
Victoria Station in Pimlico 

4^ per cent perpetual preference 

4I per cent debenture stock 
^^9XtrioTd and Central Ireland 

6 per cent 

Debenture stock, 5 per cent perpetual 
Waterford and Limerick 

5 per cent redeemable after 10 or 20 years 
4^ per cent i860 

5 per cent redeemable after 5 years 
Waterford and Tramore 
Wellington and Severn Junction 
Wellington Grey and Bruce of Canada 7 per cent. 
West Cornwall guar. [ist mortgage bonds 

West Flanders 

5^ per cent 

3 per cent, bonds 
Western of France 

3 per cent, obligations 
West London, A 3^ per cent 

B 6 per cent 

C 2 per cent 



RAILWAYS— British, (kdonial, and FoieigiL 359 



CodrNo 

[OI 

02 
03 
:o4 

OS 
106 

[07 

08 

09 

10 

II 

18 

13 

14 

15 
16 

17 
18 

^9 

20 
21 
82 

23 

25 
26 

27 
28 

29 

30 

31 

32 

33 
34. 

35 
36 

37 
38 

39 

[40 

41 
:4a 

43 
44 

45 
46 

47 
48 

49 
SO 



CoDB Word 

AnUcanto 

Anteceptum 

AnUcoger 

Amicuesor 

Antegrtde 

AnUgressa 

Antehabco 

ArUehgium 



West Riding and Grimsby 

6^ per cent 
West Wisconsin 7 per cent mortgage 
Weymouth and Portland 
Whitby, Redcar, and Middlesborough Union 
Whitehaven, Cleator, and Egremont 
Wimbledon and Croydon 
^ealand (Danish), guaranteed 4 per cent 



36o 



BANES. 



CodbNo 

SI 

5* 

53 

54 

55 

56 

57 

58 

59 
60 

61 

62 

63 
[64 

65 
66 

67 

68 

69 

o 

I 

'2 

3 

'4 

5 
6 

7 
8 

'9 
80 

81 

82 

83 
84 

85 
86 

87 
88 

89 
90 

91 
[92 

93 

94 

95 

96 

97 

98 

99 
200 



CoDB Word 

Aniemosira 

Antennarutn 

AtUeocupar 

Antepagan 

Antepcndra 

AnUposita 

Aniepuerta 

AnUsala 

AnUstMt 

Antesiatum 

Antevmgo 

Anihemidis 

Anthericus 

Anthyllion 

Aniiandare 

AnHbareus 

AnHcaglia 

Anticarso 

Antigraphe 

AnHguedad 

Antiplosis 

Antispodio 

AfUiveduto 

Anioviase 

Antoyanza 

Anidflando 

Anudabais 

Anumeraba 

Anzuiliio 

ApabUase 

Apaceria 

Apadrinan 

Apagynous 

Apalabrar 

Apalaestri 

Apalencan 

Apanagio 

Apandillan 

Apantanen 

Apanuscais 

Aparadares 

Apareamos 

Apareando 

Apartadero 

Aparvaban 

Apascoar 

Apasturan 

Apatuscaba 

Apaulado 

Apechema 



^berdeen Town and County 

Addphi, Limited 
Agra, Limited 
Alliance, Limited 
Anglo-Austrian 
Anglo-Califomian, Limited 
Anglo- Egyptian Banking, Limited 

New shares 
Anglo-Foreign Banking, Limited 
Anglo-Italian, Limited 
Ashton, Stalybiidge, Hyde, and Glossop 
Bank of Africa 
Bank of Australasia 
Bank of Bolton 
Bank of British Columbia 

New (issued at 2 premium) 
Bank of British North America 
Bank of Constantinople 
Bank of £g3rpt 
Bank of England 
Bank of Ireland 
Bank of Leeds, Limited 
Bank of Liverpool 
Bank of New South Wales 
Bank of New Zealand 
Bank of Otago, Limited 
Bank of Roumania 
Bank of Scotland 
Bank of South Australia 
Bank of Victoria 
Bank of Westmoreland 
Bank of Whitehaven, Limited 
Bamsley Banking Company 
Belfast Banking Company 

New shares (issued at 10 premium) 
Bilston District 
Birmingham and Midland 
Birmingham Banking, Limited 
Birmingham Joint Stock, Limited 
Birmingham Town and District Banking 
Bradford Commercial 
Bradford Banking Company 
Bradford District, Limited 
The Bradford Old Bank, Limited 
British Linen Company 
Burton; Uttoxeter, and Asboum Union 
Bury Banking Company 
Caledonian Banking 
Capital and Counties Bank 
Carlisle and Cumberland Banking 



BANKS. 



361 



CodbNo 



Code Word 



I720I 


Apechugo 


17202 


Apedazaba 


17203 


Apedgamos 


17204 


Apedguen 


17205 


Apedrado 


17206 


Apedreaban 


17207 


Apelambres 


17208 


Apddabais 


17209 


Apelignxdo 


I72IO 


ApelioHs 


172II 


Apellucaba 


I72I2 


Aperantos 


17213 


Apercollar 


17214 


Aperiadts 


I72I5 


Aperwrem 


I72I6 


Aperiuntur 


17217 


Apemaban 


I72I8 


Apfrolar 


I72I9 


Apesarase 


17220 


Apesgaban 


I722I 


ApheUxis 


17228 


ApiUmado 


17223 


Apiacelado 


17224 


Aplacitfiie 


17225 


Aplanadera 


17226 


Aplanchais 


17227 


Aplantillo 


17228 


Aplasmar 


17329 


Aplatiraii 


17230 


Aplebayan 


I723I 


Aplegais 


17232 


Aplicapero 


17233 


Aplomason 


17234 


Aplustrum 


17235 


Apocaban 


17236 


Apocarpous 


17237 


Apocope 


17238 


Apodacrus 


17239 


Apodomia 


17240 


Apodyterio 


I724I 


Apogemis 


17242 


Apolactizo 


17243 


Apolcscdo 


17244 


ApoliUase 


17245 


Apolismaba 


17246 


Apologabat 


17247 


Apologamus 


17248 


Apologavit 


17249 


Apomazais 


17250 


Aponemos 



Carlisle City and District 

Central of London, Limited 

Chartered Bank of India, Australia, and China 

Chartered Mercantile Bank of India, London & China 

Chesterfield & North Derbyshire Banking Company 

City 

New (issued at 2 premium) 
City and County Bank, Limited 
Clydesdale 
Colonial 

Commercial Bank of the River Plate, Limited 
Commercial Bank of Scotland 
Commercial Banking Company of Sydney 
Consolidated, Limited 
County of Stafford 
Coventry Union 
Cumberland Union 
Darlington District 
Delhi and London, Limited 
Derby and Derbyshire Banking Company 
Devon and Cornwall Banking Company 
Dudley and West Bromwich Banking Company 
English of Rio de Janeiro, Limited 
English, Scottish, and Australian Chartered 
Exchange and Discount (Leeds), Limited 
Franco-Egyptian 

German and Russian Bank of Trade and Industry, 
Gloucestershire ^ [Limited 

Halifax and Huddersfield Union 
Halifax Commercial, Limited 
Halifax Joint Stock 
Hibernian Banking Company 

New (at 25 premium) 
Hong Kong and Shanghai Corporation 
Huddersfield 
Hull Banking Company 
Imperial, Limited 
Imperial Ottoman 
Ionian 

New 
Lancashire and Yorkshire, Limited 
Lancaster Banking 
Land Mortgage Bank of India, Limited 

5 per cent debentures, 1864 
Leamington Priors and Warwickshire 
Leeds and County, Limited 
The Leicestershire Banking Company 

New shares 
Liverpool Commercial Banking, Limited 
Liverpool Union Bank 



3*2 



BANKS. 



CODdlc 


CDDCWOID 


17251 


A:^o,il^„:, 


17*53 


Afon-^mah 


17^53 


Aj'.'J'oijn 


17254 


Ah'r^aran 


17355 

17356 


Aporraita 
Aforlj.><ra 


17357 


Aporliilait 


17258 


Aponumaii 


17359 


Aposiadtro 


17260 


Apoitemild 


I7«6i 


Apiisttront 


17361 


Apostransa 


17263 


Apotg^ia 


17364 


Apolnrais 


17365 


Appiutum 


I7a66 


Appas^iibih 


17267 


App,!ltasli 


17368 


Appartbat 


17269 


Appartndum 


17270 


Appauifir 


17371 


Appdlamur 


17372 


Appaantif 


17373 


Appdunfur 


17374 


Appidum 


17375 


Appiombo 


17376 


ApplUittis 


17277 


Applorabat 


17378 


Apploramitt 


17379 


Apporrata 


17380 


ApporlabQ 


17381 


Apposeront 


17383 


Appoiitum 


17383 


Appretiom 


17284 


Apprimunt 


17285 


Approchant 


17286 


Approdare 


17287 


Appromitlo 


17288 


Appulcrare 


17389 


Appulerunt 


17290 


Appuhum 


17291 


Appuntiano 


1739' 


Appuiiiiare 


17393 


Apr^onan 


17394 


Apresaban 


17295 


Aprdadero 


17396 


AprUorum 


17397 


Aprigdano 


17398 


ApriiOHli 


17399 


Aprimai-ait 

Apripoitn 


17300 



Lraidtm and Coon^ 

New (issacd at 10 prenuam) 
Londoa and Hinseadc limited 
Londoa and Provincial, Limited 
London and San FraDdsco, T4tinitci1 
London and South A&ion 
London and South Westen, limited 
LtmdoD and Westminster 
London and Yorkshire, limited 
London Bank of Commetce, limits 
London Bank of Mexico & South America, Limited 
London and River Plate, Limited 

New (issued at i^ premium) 
London Chartered Bank of Aus&alia 
London Joint Stock 
Manchester and Coantjr, Limited 
Manchester and Liverpool District B»"V™g 
Manchester and SaUbrd 
Manchester and Joint Stock, Limited 
Mercantile Bank of die River Plate, Limited 
Merchant Banking Company of London, Limited 
Metropolitan, limited A shues 10 per cent pteL 

B shares deferred 
Midhmd, Limited 
Munster, limited 
National 

National Bank of Aostialaaa 
National of India 

National Bank of Liverpool, Limited 
National Bank of New Zeaknd, Limited 
National Bank of Scotland 
National Provincial Bank of Eng^d 

New 1870 

New 1S74, 10 premium 
New London aJod Biazilian, Limited 
Northamptonshire Banking Company 
Northamptonshire UnioQ Bankiog Company 
North and South Wales 
North Eastern, Limited (issued at 3 premium) 
Northern Banking Company (Irdand) 

New shares 
North of Scotland 

North-Westem, limited (Liveipool) 
North wats 

Nottingham Joint Stock, limited 
Orient Bank Corporation 
Parr's Banking Company, limited 
Fare's Leicestershire Batuting Company 

New 



BANES. 



363 



CodbNo 

r30l 
r302 

^304 
^305 
30^ 
^307 
308 
309 
310 

3" 
r3i2 

313 

314 

31S 
r3i6 

^317 
r3i8 

^319 
r320 

'32 1 

f322 

323 

324 

325 
r326 

'327 

'328 

329 
330 

^331 
'332 
^333 
334 
^335 
336 

337 
338 

'339 

'340 

'341 
342 

'343 
^344 

^345 
'346 

'347 
348 

'349 
^350 



CoDB Word 

Aprisquiero 

Aprodaban 

Apronadius 

Apropifuas 

Aprugnus 

Apsyctus 

Aptamus 

Apulgarar 

Apunaban 

Apunetean 

Apuntacion 

Apuntctlaha 

Apyratus 

Aquedador 

Aquedotto 

Aquestaba 

Aqutfolia 

Aquilonare 

Arabarches 

Arabescato 

Aragnarsi 

Aranaless 

Arandanedo 

Aranearum 

Araneosus 

Aranuela 

Arapende 

Arataris 

Arbeicaran 

Arbitramus 

Arboladura 

ArboUstas 

Arborames 

Arboretum 

Arboribus 

Arbari/ero 



Preston Banking Company 

New A shares 
Provincial Bank of Ireland 

New 
Queensland National, Limited 
Koyal Bank of Ireland 
Royal Bank of Scotland 
Sheffield and Rotherham 
Sheffield and Hallamshire 
Sheffield Banking Company 
Sheffield Union Banking Company 
Shropshire Banking Company 
Southport and West Lancasmre, Limited 
Staffordshire Joint Stock 
Stamford, Spalding, and Boston Banking 
Standard Bank of British South Africa, Limited 

N^ (issued at 6 premium) 
Stourbridge and Kidderminster 
Three Towns Bankmg, Limited 
Ulster Banking Company 
Union Bank of Australia 
Union Bank of Birmingham 
Union Bank of liverp^ 
Union Bank of Londicm 

New (issued at 15 premium) 
Union Bemk of Mandiester, Limited 
Union Bank of Scotland 
Wakefield and Bamsley Union 
West Riding Union 
Whitehaven Joint Stock 
Wilts and Dorset Banking Company 
Wolverhampton and Staffordshire 
Worcester Ci^ and County Bankings Limited 
York City ana County 
Yorkshire Banking Company 
York Union Banlung Company 



3^4 



FINANCE CX>MPANIES. 



CODRNo 



I 

I 
I 
I 
I 
I 
I 
I 
I 
I 
I 
I 
I 
I 
I 
I 



I 
I 

I 
I 
I 
I 
I 
I 
I 
I 
X 
X 

1 
I 

X 

I 
I 
I 



351 
352 

'353 

'354 

'355 

356 

'357 

358 

'359 
.360 

•361 
362 

364 

365 
366 

367 
368 

369 
370 

371 
372 

373 
'374 
375 
376 

377 

378 

'379 
380 

381 
38a 
3^3 
384 
385 
386 

387 
388 

389 
390 

391 

392 

'393 

'394 

'395 

396 

'397 

398 

399 
'400 



Code Wobd 

Arbfisseau 

Arbuscula 

Arcahucean 

Arcagnalo 

Arcanidad 

ArcbotanU 

Arcessitor 

Archdypus 

Archidanws 

Archipompe 

ArchivUta 

Archoniis 

Ardadnago 

ArdbeUo 

ArckoiaU 

Arcidriche 

Arciducaio 

Ardmastro 

Ardfresso 

Ardtramba 

ArcobaUno 

Afccgfxiph 

Arcubalist 

Arcularius 

Ardebamur 

Afdelionis 

Ardescebai 

Ardisdmus 

Ardigiiotu 

Ardimenio 

Arauitadi 

Arkabais 

Ardatum 

Arenaceous 

Arenarum 

Arencaban 

Arendaior 

AruiosUa 



Australian Mortgage Land and Finance, Limited 

County Investment, Limited 
Credit Fonder of Fngland, Limited 

New shares 

New shares, 6 per cent, debentures 
Credit Fonder of Mauritius, Limited 
English and Foreign Credit, Limited 
Equitable Loan of Scotland 
General Credit and Discount, Limited 
Glasgow Equitable Loan 

Heritable Securities Investment Association, Limited 
Imperial Credit, Limited 

Deferred Liquidation certificates 
International Financial Sodety, Limited 
International Land Credit, Limited 
I^nd Securities, Limited 

London and County Advance and Discount, Limited 
London Financial Association, Limited 
Mauritius Land Credit and Agency, Limited 
Midland Land and Investment Corporation, Limiled 
National Discount Company, Limited 
New Zealand Loan and Mercantile Agency, Lixxiited 

New, 187^ 
New Zealand Trust and Loan, Limited 
Otago and Southland Investment, Limited 
Scottbh American Investment, Limited 
Scottish Australian Investment, Limited, Stock 

6 per cent, guaranteed 

^ per cent debentures 
Scottish Heritable Securities, Limited 
Soci^td de Credit Austro-Turque, Limited 
Soci^t^ G^n^rale Ottoman 
Staffordshire Finandal, Limited 
Standard Discount, Limited 
Trust and Agency of Australasia, Limited 
Trust and Loan Company of Canada, Limited 
United Discount Corporation, Limited 
United States Mortgage, Company, 6 per cent 



INSURANCE COMPANIES. 



365 



CodbNo 

^401 
r402 

^403 
r404 

^405 
r4o6 

'407 
^408 

^409 
r4io 

r4ll 

r4i2 

^413 
r4i4 

^415 
^416 

r4i8 
r4i9 

r420 
r42i 

^422 

423 

424 
^425 

r426 
r427 
r428 
429 

^430 
^431 
^432 
^433 
^434 

^435 
^436 

^437 
438 

^439 
440 

r44i 

'442 

^443 
r444 

445 
446 

'447 
r448 

'449 
'450 



CODB WOSD 

Arenquero 

ArgaiuUo 

Argciander 

Arqentames 

ArgUetum 

Argillaao 

Arginarono 

Arginasii 

Ar^oUeta 

Argonautic 

Atxudabais 

Argueliaba 

Atguello 

Arguramur 

Arj^urando 

Argutiarum 

Arguiulus 

Ariconium 

Aridacrus 

Aridamente 

Aridtdum 

Arutarius 

Ari^notus 

Aringato 

Arisnegro 

Ansiacum 

Ariiudinis 

Armacolla 

Armariolum 

Armassions 

Armavero 

Armavisse 

Armentalis 

Armeniinum 

Armigeraus 

Armiliarv 

Armipotcns 

Armoraccia 

Amestllo 

ArpailUur 

Arficarono 

Arponando 

Arponasii 

Arponeaba 

Arquetaban 

Arquimesa 

Arquiirabe 

Arrabalera 

Arrobonas 

Arraffando 



^Uiance British and Foreign Life and Fire 

Alliance Marine Assurance 
Argus Life Assurance 
AtUis, Fire and Life 

Boiler Insurance and Steam Power, Limited 
Britannia Fire 

British and Foreign Marine, Limited 
British Imperial Insurance Corporation, Limited 
Briton Medical and General Life Association 
Caledonian Fire and Life 
Church oi England Life 
Citizen Assurance Corporation, Limited 
City of Glasgow Life Assurance 
Clerical, Medical, and General Life 
Colonial Assurance Corporation, Limited 
Commercial Union Assurance, Fire, Life, & Marine 
County Fire 
Crown Life Assurance 
Ea^le, Life 
Edmburgh Life 
Emperor, Fire and Life 

English & 5)Cottish Law Life Assurance Association 
Equitable Reversionary Interest Society 

New 
Equity and Law Life 
General Assurance, Fire and Life 
General Reversionary and Investment 
Globe Marine, Limited 
Gresham Life 
Guardian, Fire and Life 
Home and Colonial, Marine, limited 
Imperial Fire 

Life 
Imperial Marine, Limited 
Indemnity Marine Assurance 
International Marine Insurance, limited 
Lancashire, Fire and Life 
Law Fire 
Law Life 
Law Reversionary Interest Society 

New shares 
Law Union Fire and Life 
Legal and General Life 
Life Association of Scotland 
Liverpool and London & Globe, Fire and Lile 

£^\ annuities 
London and Birmingham, limited 
London and Lancashire Fire 
London and Lancashire Life 
liOndon and Provincial Law, Life 



366 



INSURANCE COUPARISa 



CODSNO 


CodbWoid 


1 745 1 


Arraiiiba 


17452 


Arramblais 


17453 


Arrampko 


17454 


Arfxmcart 


17455 


Arrangoio 


17456 


Arrapinato 


17457 


Arrasadura 


17458 


Arraspasti 


17459 


Arrasquen 


17460 


Arraionado 


17461 


Arfibanan 


17462 


Ambaioso 


17463 


Arrdfolar 


17464 


Arrecando 


17465 


Arrecasti 


17466 


Arrecoger 


17467 


Arrectaria 


17468 


Arrediatno 


17469 


Amdraha 


17470 


Arre^ran 


17471 


Amgoslar 


1747a 


Arrejaqui 


17473 


Arrembaria 


17474 


Arrembato 


17475 


Ammoline 


17476 


Arrmando 


17477 


Arrmdersi 


17478 


Arrepapah 


17479 


Arrepasaie 


17480 


ArrtpUnto 


1 7481 


Arr^iar 


17482 


Arrepturus 


17483 


Arrequives 


17484 


Arrderont 


17485 


Arrevudve 


X7486 


Arriadura 


17487 


Arrichire 


17488 


Arricorao 


17489 


Arridebai 


17490 


Arridendum 


17491 


Arriesgado 


17492 


Arrigote 


17493 


Atrincaba 


17494 


Arringando 


17495 


Arripani 


17496 


Arrivabite 


17497 


Arrtvamts 


17498 


Arrobadiso 


^7499 


Arrobinaba 


17500 


Arrobinois 



London and Provincial Marine 

London and Soudiwaik, Fire and Life, Limited 

London Assurance CofpotnuioniFire^ Lif<^ & Maxi&e 

Manchester Fire 

Marine 

Maritime, Limited 

Merchants* MarinCi Limited 

National (Fire and Life)| Ireland 

National Boiler Insurance, Limited 

National Guarantee and Suretyship, Limited 

North British and Mercantile, Fire and life 

Northern Assurance, Fire and Life 

Northern Counties' Fire Office 

Ocean Marine 

Patriotic (IrelandX Fire and life 

Pelican Life 

Phoenix Fire 

Provident Life 

Prudential Assurance 

Queen, Fire and life 

Realm Marine, limited 

Reversionary Interest Society 

Rock Life 

Royal Exchange, Fnre, Life, and Marme 

Royal Farmers, Fire, Life, and Hail 

Royal 

Salop Fire Office 

Sceptre Life 

Scotti^ Commercial, Fire and Life 

Scottish Fire, limited 

Scottish Imp^al Fire and life 

Scottish National 

Scottish Provincial Assurance, Fire and Life 

Scottish Union Fire and Life 

Sea Insurance 

Sovereign Life 

Standard life 

Standard Marine 

Star Life Assurance Sodety 

Sun Fire 

Sun Life 

Thames and Mersey Marine, Limited 

Thetis Marine, Limited 

Trident Marine, limited 

Union, Fire and Life 

Union Marine, Limited (Liverpool) 

Universal Life Assurance Society 

Universal Marine, Limited 

Universal Life Assurance Society 

Whittingham Life 



MISOELLANEOnS COMPANIES, &o. 367 



CodbNo 

501 

502 

503 

504 

505 

506 

507 

508 

509 

510 

5" 
5" 
513 
SM 

sn 
518 
519 

523 
524 

525 

526 

527 

528 

529 
530 
531 

532 
533 
534 
535 
536 
537 
538 
539 
540 
541 
542 
543 
544 

545 
546 

547 
548 

549 
550 



CODB WOBD 

Arrodrigas 

Arrogqbai 

Arragandum 

Arrogarem 

Arrogasse 

Arramantan 

Arrompere 

Arrondimes 

Arropaba 

Arropiero 

Arrosames 

Arroscaran 

Arrostarsi 

Arrotolare 

Arrovescia 

Arroyadero 

Arrugacion 

Arrumban 

Arrunflaba 

Arruvidare 

Arsafraga 

Artaniia 

ArUsium 

Artesanado 

Articoloso 

Artigabais 

Art^arm 

Ariistiamo 

Artocarpo 

Artocreas 

Arundiftr 

Arundinosa 

Arusiamus 

Arvalis 

Arvicola 

Arvorada 

Artonique 

Asabargqis 

Asacaba 

Asaderos 

Asadurilla 

Asainetado 

Astditnos 

Asboline 

Ascialone 

Asciarum 

Asciierio 

Asdepias 

AscoltanU 

Asconditas 



Aberdeen Commercial (Incorporated) 

Aberdeen Gas 
Aberdeen, Leith, & Clyde Steam Shipping 
Aberdeen Lime 
Aberdeen Steam 
Aerated Bread, limited 
African Merchante, Unrited 
African Steam Ship ^ 
Agricultural Hall, Limited 
AR)ion Steel and M^re, Limited 
Alhambra, Limited 
Alliance Dublin Consumers Gas 

fi shares 

New shares, C, No. i 

New shares, C, No. a 
Alum and Ammonia, Limited 
Amazon Steam Navigation, Limited 
American Investment Trust 5 per cent pref. 

Deferred 
Amoor River Navigation 
Andrew Knowles & Sons, Limited 
Andrew Handyside & Co., Limited 
Anglo-American Telegraph, Limited 
Anglo- Argentine Tramways, Limited 
AnglO'Hungarian Bitumen Rock Paving, Limited 
Anglo-Indian Spinning and Manufacturing, Limited 
Anglo-Mexican Mint 
Animal Charcoal Companv, Limited 
Ashbury Carriage, Limited 
Ashton and Oldham Canal 
Assam Tea 

Auckland (N.Z.) 6 per cent Loan 
Auckland City (N.Z.) 6 per cent 
Australian Agricultuzal 
Autogen Pure Gas, Limited 
Avon Side Engine, Limited 
Avlesbury Dairy, Limited 
^ahia Gas, Limited 

10 per cent preference 

74 per cent preference 
Bahia Steam Navigation, Limited 
Ballydare Paper Mills, Limited, A shares 
Baltic Iron Ship Building and Engineering, Limited 
Barcelona Tramways, Limited 
Bamsley Canal Navigation 
Bath Gas Light and Coke Co., Class A, 8 per cent 

Class B, 7 per cent 

Class C, 7 per cent 

Class D, 7 per cent 
Belfast Steam Ship, Limited 



368 MISCELLANEOUS COMPANIES, Sec 



CodeNo 

55« 

553 

554 

555 

556 

557 

558 

559 
560 

561 

562 

563 
564 

565 
566 

567 
568 

569 
570 
571 
57a 
573 
574 

575 
576 

577 
578 

579 
580 

581 
582 

583 
584 

585 
586 

587 
588 

589 
590 

591 
592 

593 
594 
595 

59^ 

597 

598 

599 
600 



CODB V/ORD 

Ascopera 

Ascosidad 

Auribendo 

Asahador 

AseglarcLse 

As^ndaba 

Asdlarum 

Asemblaia 

Asembrabas 

Asemdlan 

Astndcrear 

Aseniadura 

Aseraban 

Asesabais 

Ascsorase 

Asestadero 

Asfoddo 

Asimtan 

Asimplado 

Asinaccia 

Asinaggine 

Asinaria 

Asinddo 

Asininum 

Asmadero 

Asnanchos 

Asobarcado 

Asobarque 

Asobinaba 

Asocairais 

Asochaniro 

Asolaftais 

Asolarotio 

Asolazaban 

Asolazemos 

Asoliatno 

Asonadia 

Asanantais 

Asarochais 

Asotatiabas 

AsoianeU 

Asoiuian 

Aspaboia 

AspavUnto 

Aspeciabai 

Asptdamur 

Aspuhndo 

Aspeituftt 

Aspendus 

Aspcrabam 



Bel&st Steam, A shares 

Bd^t Tramways^ Limited 

Benhar CoUieTy^ Limited 

Berehaven Mining, Limited 

Berlin Phosphate and Manure, Limited 

Berlin Water Works, Limited 

Bessemer Steel and Ordnance, Limited 

Bilbao Iron Ore, Limited 

Biricenhead Amalgamated Brewery, Limited 

Birmingham and District Tramways, Limited 

Birm.& Staffordshire Gas. div. limited to 10 per cent 

Dividend limited to 7^ per cent. 
Birmingham Canal 

Birmingham Exchange Buildings, Limited 
Birmingham Gas, Claiss A 

Class B 

New Ordinary 
Birmingham New Union Mill 
Birmingham Old Union Mill, Flour, and Brcid 
Birmingham Small Aims Company, Limited 

B shares 
Birmingham Wagon Company, Limited 

Second issue 

Preference 6 per cent 
Birmingham Water Works 

B 

C 
Birmingham Coal and Ironstone Debenture, Limited 
Black Sea Telegraph Company, Limited 
Bolckow, Vaughan & Co., Limited, A 

B 

S per cent preference 
Bombay Gas, Limited 

New, 4th issue 
Boston City (U.S.) 5 per cent sterling loan 

New 5 per cent redeem, 1902 

New 5 per cent redeem, 1893 
Brazilian Street Railway, Limited 
Brazilian Submarine Telegraph, Limited 
Brentford Gas 

Bridgewater Navigation, Limited 
Brighton Aquarium, Limited 
Brighton Gas 
Brighton Hotel, Limited 
Brill's Brighton Baths, Limited 
Bristol and South Wales Railway Wagon, Limited 
Bristol College Green Hotel, Limited 
Bristol Docks 

Bristol General Steam Navigation, Limited 
Bristol Port and Channel Dock 



MISCELLANEOUS COMPANIES, &c. 369 



»o6 



CodbNo 

601 
602 
603 
604 
601 

6< 

607 

608 

609 

610 

611 

612 

613 

614 

615 
616 
617 
618 
619 
620 
621 
622 
623 
624 
625 
626 
627 
628 
629 
630 
631 
632 

633 
634 

^3S 
636 

637 
638 

639 
640 

641 

642 

643 
644 

645 
646 

647 

648 

649 

650 



CODB WOBD 

Asptrarem 

Asperdla 

Asfergines 

Aspermous 

Aspemabar 

Aspernaris 

Asperarum 

Aspersario 

Aspdador 

AspicUnda 

Aspidistra 

Aspilates 

Aspilierar 

Aspiremmo 

Asportahas 

Aspretum 

A^uleruni 

Assadores 

Assatnim 

Assalito 

AssantuUo 

Assaparare 

Assazaar 

Asseuare 

Assedarum 

Assedabar 

Assecurani 

Assedersi 

Assediato 

Asseiliano 

Assembiare 

Assentando 

Assentator 

Assequendo 

Asserculum 

Asserdfot 

Asserdla 

Asserimus 

Asseruntur 

Asservarum 

Asservimes 

Assdardo 

Assibiiare 

Assicabar 

Assidamus 

Assignando 

Assignarem 

Assindaco 

Assiomdro 

Assipondio 



Bristol Tramwaysi, Limited 
Bristol United Gas 
Bristol Water Works 

5 per cent preference stock 

5 per cent ordinary shares, 1872 
Britannia Mills, Limited 

British American Land 
British Australian Telegraph, limited 
British and Foreign Tramways, Limited 
British and Foreign Water and Gas, Limited 
British and Irish Steam Packet, Ireland 
British and Irish Sugar Refining, Limited 
British India Steam Navigarion, Limited 

New 
British Indian Extension Telegraph, Limited 
British Indian Tea, Limited 
British Land 

British Provident Life and Guarantee Association 
British Provincial Gas 
British Shipowners, Limited 
British Wagon, Limited 
Buenos Ayres National Tramway's, Limited 
Bury and Heap Commercial, Limited 
Butler's Wharf, Limited 
Qallao Dock 

Canada Company 
Canadian Copper Pyrites, Limited 
Cannock & Ca, Lint 
Cardiff Water 

New 
Central Argentine Land, Limited 
Central Swedish Iron and Steel, Limited 
Ceylon Company, Limited (fully paid) 

^10 paid 

A shares 
Ceylon Coffee Estates Company, Limited 
Charing Cross Hotel, Limited 
Charles Cammell & Co., Limited 

6 per cent debentures 
Charlton Ironworks, Limited 
Chatterley Iron, Limited 
Chelsea Waterworks 

^ per cent preference 
ChiUmgton Iron, Limited 
China Submarine Telegraph, Limited 
City of Buenos Ayres Tramway, Limited 
City of Dublin Brewery, Limited 
City of Dublin Steam 
City of London Brewery 

6 per cent preference 

B B 



370 MISCELLANEOUS OOMPANTBS, ice 



CodbNo 

17651 
17652 

17653 
17654 

17655 
17656 
17657 
17658 

17659 
17660 

I7661 

17662 

17663 

17664 

17665 

17666 

17667 

17668 

17669 

17670 

17671 

17672 

17673 
17674 

17675 
17676 

17677 

17678 

17679 
17680 

I7681 

17682 

17683 

17684 

17685 

17686 

17687 

17688 

17689 

17690 

I769I 

17692 

17693 
17694 

1769s 
17696 

17697 

17698 

17699 

17700 



Code Word 

AssocMat 

Assodarem 

Assodaio 

Assolames 

Assolceuti 

AssoUront 

Assomados 

Assomarono 

Assombro 

Assomerez 

Assomiglio 

Assonandam 

AssonatUur 

Assqfire 

Assoprar 

Assorbente 

Assortimes 

Assoupirn 

Assuifado 

Assurfarsi 

Assulatim 

AssuUus 

Assupubai 

Assummdo 

Assumerani 

Assurgemus 

AssurgUum 

Assurgunt 

Assurrecta 

Asiabat 

Asiacorum 

Astallarsi 

Astantibus 

Astenersi 

Asteriated 

Astericum 

Asticdola 

AstiUeros 

AsHnenza 

Astitutum 

Astorgano 

Asiraguen 

Astrapicu 

Asirassero 

Astr€p€ba( 

Astrepimus 

Asinferum 

Astriotem 

Astroboios 

Astruitur 



City of London Brewery — coniimted. 

New Ordinary, ^5 shares 
City of London Real Property, Limited 
City of St Petersburg, New Waterworks 
City Offices, Limited 
City Glass and Bottle, Limited 
Clydach and Abergavenny Lime, &a. Limited 
Colonial Securities 
Ccdonial Company, Limited 
Commercial Gas 

Compagnie Gen. des Asphaltes de France 
Consett Iron, Limited 
Continental Union Gas, Limited 

New, 1869-72 

7 per cent, preference 
Cork Gas, Limited 

New Shares 
Cork Harbour, and Docks, and Warehouse, Limited 

7 per cent preference 
Corporation of London Bonds 4 J per cent redeem- 

4| per cent redeemable, 1879 [able 1877 

4^ per cent, redeemable 1882 

4I per cent redeemable i88a 
Coventry Canal 

Cowan Compensating Heating, Limited 
Crosses and Winkworth, Limited 
Crystal Palace A 

B 

7 per cent preference 

6 per cent debenture stock 

Crystal Palace District Gas— 10 per cent ordinaiy 

7 per cent ordinaiy 
Paid in full 

6 per cent preference 
Cuba Telegraph, Limited 
J^aijeeling (Tea), Limited 

Darlington Iron, Limited 
Davy Brothers, Limited 
Delaware and Hudson Canal 
Diamond Rock Boring, Limited 
Direct Spanish Telegraph, Limited 
Direct United States Cable, Limited 
Drakes* Patent Concrete Building 
Droitwitch Canal 
Droitwitch Junction Canal 
Dublin and Glasgow Steam 
Dublin and Liverpool Steam Building 
Dublin Tramways 
Dudley Gas 

Dundalk Steam Packet, Limited 
Dundee Water, 10 per cent, annuities 



MISCELLANEOUS COMPANIES, &c. 37 



CodbNo 

I770I 

17702 

17703 
17704 

17705 

17706 

17707 
17708 
17709 
I77IO 
I77II 
I77I2 

i77'3 
I77M 

17715 
17716 

17717 
17718 

17719 

17720 

17721 

17722 

i77«3 
17724 

17725 
17726 

17727 

17728 

17729 

17730 

1773^ 

17732 

17733 

17734 

17735 

17736 

17737 

17738 

17739 
17740 

17741 
17742 

17743 
17744 

1 7 745 
17746 

17747 
17748 
17749 
17750 



CODB WOBD 

Asturcanis 

Astttiiorem 

Asudveria 

Asuraban 

Asurcabtm 

Asustatliza 

Asytf^hte 

Asyndeton 

AtabaUada 

Atabalilla 

Aiabanado 

Aiahaque 

Aiabarda 

Atabiiiois 

Atabladera 

Atabucar 

Ataeadores 

Atafagaha 

Atafarras 

Aiaiforico 

Atairabais 

Atajahan 

Atalayen 

Ataie^aba 

Atahgues 

Atamenio. 

Atanados 

Atoficabais 

Atapiema 

Ataqtdto 

Aiaraadba 

Ataretar 

Ataurifue 

AUmarciba 

Atemplaba 

Atenauen 

Aterronats 

AUsaran 

Atdaba 

Atitasen 

Atetillais 

Atiborro 

Atiesabas 

At^rado 

AtUdaban 

Atimidar 

AHplabais 

Atirelado 

Atisbabais 

Atisbadura 



Dunedin Munieipal 6 per cent 1906 
Dunedin Consolidated 5 per cent 1908 
Dunedin Waterworks 6 per cept 1925 [debentures 
Dynevor Dyfiiyn 5f NeatH Collieries Lim. 8 per cent 
|£arle's Shipbuilding and Engineering, Limited 

East and West Indja Dock 
East London Waterworks 

4^ per cent until 1875 
Eastern Extension Australian and China Telegraph 
Eastern Telegraph, Lixpitf^d 

d per cent debentures 
Ebbw Vale Steel, Iron, and Coal, Limited 
Edinburgh City Debt 
Edinburgh Corporation Water Annuities 
Edinburgh Gas 
Edinburgh and Leith Gas 
Edinburgh Railway Station Access Company 

Pl^ference 4^ per cent redeemable 1875 
Edinburgh Tramways 
Edinburgh Water Annuities 
^nburgh Cemetery 
Edinburgh Southern Cemetqy 
Edinburgh Western Cemeteiy 
{)ley Bros., Limited 

English and Australian Copp^, Ifiniited 
Estate Company, Limits 
Eupion Fuel and Gas, Limited 
Estremadura Phosphate, Limited 
Europe2^l Gas, Limited 

New 

New, 1874 
Svans's (Covent Garden^ limited 
Exchanf^e Drapery, Liipited 
p4irbaim Engineering, Limited 

Fife Coi^l, Limited 
Financial and Investors' Protection Association,Ltd. 
Flintshire Oil and Cannel, Limited 
Foreign and Col. Gov. Trust 6 per c issd. at 85 pr c. 

5 per cent issued at 80 per cent 1870 

6 per cent issued at 92 per cent 187 1 
6 per cent issued at 95 per cent 1872 
5 per cent issued at 88 per cent 1872 

Forth and Clyde Navigation Guaranteed 
Foster, Porter and Co., Limited 
Frauds Canal, Hungary 
Frederick Braby & Co., Limited 
^^l^ Light and Coke, A shares 
B shares 

S per cent pref. (convertible), ist & 2nd issue 
3rd issue 
B B 2 



372 MISCELLANEOUS COMPANIES, ftc. 



O^dbNo 

17751 
17752 

I77S3 
17754 
»77SS 
17756 

17757 

17758 

17759 
17760 

17761 

1776a 

17763 
17764 

17765 
17766 

17767 

17768 

17769 

17770 

17771 
17772 

17773 

17774 

17775 
17776 

17777 

17778 

17779 
17780 

17781 

17782 

17783 

17784 

17785 
17786 

17787 
17788 

X7789 

17790 

17791 
17792 

17793 
17794 

17795 
17796 

17797 
17798 

17799 

17800 



0)DB WOBD 

Atisbamos 

AHumais 

Aflantides 

Aiocaito 

Atodnaba 

Atolandra 

Atamedan 

Atamarum 

Atondaba 

AUmteda 

Atopetar 

Atarasona 

Atoriolais 

Atrabatuar 

Atragantar 

AiraiUais 

Airammial 

Atrampaba 

Atrapemos 

Atratorum 

Atrdndast 

Airedar 

Airesfudar 

Atrevenda 

Atremdo 

Atriaquero 

Airiolum 

AtripaUa 

Atrocement 

Atrotierase 

Atropeiias 

Atraphorum 

Airumdo 

Atrupone 

AtuAUrai 

Aiiagliare 

Attalicus 

Attanaglio 

Aitapinare 

Attardarsi 

Attastiamo 

Attegiarunk 

Attdgnant 

Attdabus 

Aitemparsi 

Aitenderem 

Atienuabai 

Attcrgan 

AUerimtu 

Atteruntur 



Gas Light and Coke — continued. 

10 per cent C preference 

10 per cent D preference 
General Iron Screw ColUer, Limited 

New 
General Sewage and Manure, Limited 
General Steam Navigation 
Glasgow Corporation Gas Annuities 9 per cent 

6} per cent. 
Glasgow and Port Washington Iron 8t Coal, limited 
Glasgow Jute, Limited 
Glasgow Royal Exchange 
Glasgow Tramway and Omnibus, Limited 
Glasgow Corporation Water ^4 Annuities 
Globe Telegraph and Trust 

6 per cent preference 
Globe Cotton Spia and Manufac, Tjmited 
Gloucester and Berkeley Canal 

5 per cent preference 
Gloucester Wagon Company, Limited 

5th issue 
Governments Stock Investment, Limited 
Grand Canal (Irish) 
Grand Junction Canal 

Preference 
Grand Junction Water Works 
Great Eastern Steamship, Limited 
Great Northern Telegraph 
Great Western Tel^;raph, Limited 
Grosvenor Hotel, Limited 
^alcomb & Co. (Sack), Limited 

Hewitt & Company, Limited 
Hamilton Gas 

Henry Wilkinson and Co., Limited 
Heywood, Higginbottom, Smith and Co., Limited 
Hong Kong and China Gas 
Hooper's Telegraph Works, Limited 
Hopkins, Gilkes and Co., Limited 

New 
Howe Machine, Limited 
Hudson's Bay 

Hughes Loco, and Tram Engine, Limited 
Hull Docks 
Hull Gas 

Hull General Cemeteiy 
Hull Tramways Limited 
Hunas^eria Coffee, Limited 
Jmpenal Continental Gas 
Imperial Gas 
Debentures 

New shares 



MISCELLANEOUS COMPANIES, &0. 373 



CoueNo 



CoDB Word 



8oi 


Attestamur 


802 


Atticismus 


803 


Atiicorum 


804 


Attingitur 


805 


Attiraglio 


806 


Aiioluni 


807 


Attanaban 


808 


Attandemus 


809 


Attonitus 


810 


Attopato 


811 


Attoscare 


812 


Atirahebat 


»'3 


Aiirapait 


814 


Aifraverso 


815 


Attrtdani 


816 


Aitrepido 


817 


Atumecen 


818 


Aturbonar 


819 


Aturrtdlar 


820 


Atusabais 


821 


Atibtpine 


822 


Auctarius 


823 


AucHficus 


'824 


Auctaribus 


'825 


Aucupans 


826 


Aucupaiur 


'827 


Audiebant 


828 


Audirebbe 


829 


Audissero 


'830 


Audivistis 


r83i 


Auerdba 


^832 


Auerabamos 


833 


AugdfcUur 


^834 


Augdlare 


'835 


Augesamus 


r836 


Augnatura 


^837 


Augurandus 


f838 


Augusioim 


^839 


AuUiicus 


r84o 


Aunamiento 


r84i 


Aungabais 


r842 


Auparavant 


r843 


Auramenium 


r844 


Auricome 


r845 


Auriferum 


[846 


Aunflamma 


r847 


Aurifodina 


f848 


Aur^ando 


[849 


Aurigarius 


f8so 


Auspicatus 



Improved Industrial Dwellings, Limited 

Independent Gas 

India Rubber, Gutta Percha, and Telegraph, Limited 

Indian Tea Company of Cachar, Limited 

Indo-European Telegraph, Limited 

Italian Irrigation, guaranteed 6 per cent 

6 per cent, bonds redeemable 
Italian Land and Investment, Limited 
James A. Lee's Paper Mills Machinery, Limited 

John Abbot and Co., Limited 
John Brown & Co., Limited (Sheffield) 
John Crossley and Sons, Limited 
Joseph Rodgers & Sons, Limited 
l^ama-Wolga Steam Navigation Company, 6 % 

Kansas City Water Works, 7 per cent Loan 
Kent Water Works 
Kirkstall Brewery, limited 
J^ambeth Water Works 

New shares 
Lancashire Wagon, Limited 
Lancaster Canal 
Lancaster Shipowners, Limited 
Lancaster Wagon, Limited 

New 
Langdale's Chemical Manure, Limited 
Langham Hotel, Limited 
Leather Cloth, Limited 
Lebong Tea, Limited 

Leeds Gas 4 per cent Debenture Stock, 1927 
Leeds Tramways, Limited 
Leeds and Liverpool Canal 
Lehigh and Wilkes-Barre Coal, 6 per cent ist mort. 
Liebig's Extract of Meat, Limited 
Limmer Asphalte, Limited 
Lion Brewery, I^imited 

Preference 6 per cent 
Lisbon Steam Tramways, Limited 
Liverpool Adelphi Hotel, Limited 
Liverpool Exchange 
Liverpool Loan Company, Limited 
IJveipool North Shore Mills, Limited 
Liverpool United Gas Light 

New ^25 shares 7 per cent maximum 
Lochnore and Capledrae Coal, Limited 
London Corporation Bonds 3I per cent 1884-7 
London Corporation Bonds 4! per cent 1880-3 
London Corporation Bonds 4f per cent 1880-2 
London Street Tramways, Limited FLimited 

London & Glasgow Engineering & Iron Ship Building 
London and Lisbon Cork Wood, Limited 



374 MlSOELIiANEOUS COMPANIES, &c. 



CodbNo 

856 

85S 

859 
860 

861 

862 

863 

864 

865 

866 
867 
868 
869 
870 
871 
872 

873 
874 

87s 
876 

877 
878 

879 

880 

881 

882 

883 

884 

885 

886 

887 

888 

889 

890 

891 

892 

893 
894 

89s 
896 

897 

898 

899 

900 



CODB WOBD 

Auspaliren 

Aut/upsa 

Autarevole 

Autrigones 

Avachirant 

Avahasds 

AvcUeroni 

Avaloire 

Avaloraha 

Avambraz6 

Avandreii 

Avaiucian 

Avantren 

Avantarsi 

AvaramenU 

Avedttabd 

Avecindctn 

AT>dl:ados 

Avemmarid 

Avenaceous 

AverUdero 

Aventurina 

Avergoado 

Averiabais 

Avernaiis 

Averrunco 

Aversaius 

Avertcndus 

Avertuniur 

AvictUd 

Avidammte 

Avidissimo 

Avidores 

AviidfUez 

Avilicuidn 

Avimnes 

Avirannier 

Avispahd 

Avitelade 

Avocafnehte 

Avocaretur 

Avocolart 

AvoUngd 

AiHdtravd 

Avorniello 

Avouerani 

A7>u€asta 

AvtUsoris 

AvuUoso 

Axiculum 



LondoA and Mstnchester ^kte Glass Limited 
London and St Katheiine Docks 

4^ per cent preference 

4 per cent debenture stock 
London and County Land and Building, limited 
London Gas Light 

zst, tnd, and 3rd preferences 

A preference 
London General Omnibus, Limited 
London Steamboat, Limited 
London Tavern 
London Tramway^ 

6 per cent preference 
London Warehouse, Limited 
Luckimpore Tea of Assam, Limited 
Lydney and Wlgpool Iron Ore, Limited 
McBimey & Co., Limited 
McSwiftey & Co., Limited 
jy^acclesfield Canal 

Madias Irrigation ^and Canal guar. % per cent 
Madras Tramways, Limited 
Malta and Mediterranean Gas> Limited 

; per cent preference 
Manchester Bonding Warehousing Limited 
Maneh^ster Carriage, Limited 
Manchester Commerdal Buildings, Limited 

B shaf es 
Manchester Corporation Consolidated 4 per cent 
Manchester Railway Steel and Plant, Limited 
Manchester Royal Exdiange 
Marbella Iron Ore^ Limited 
Martin, Hall & Co., Limited 
Mauritius Gas, Limited 
Mediterranean Extension Telegraphi Limited 

Preference d per cent 
Mediterranean Hotel 
Mercantile Trust, New York 
Merchant Shipping, Limited 
Merry and Cunninghame, Limited 
Mersey Steel and Iron, Limited 
Metropolitan Board of Works 3^ per ceht. Consob 

New, 1874 
Mettopolitan Railway Carriage and Wagon, Limited 
Midland Iron, Limited 
Midland Wagon 

New 
Millwall Docks 
Milner's Safe, Limited 

Monkland Iron and Coal, Limited, 7 per cent 
Montevideo Gas, Limited 



MISCELLANEOUS COMPANIES, &0. 375 



CodbNo 

17901 
17902 

17903 
17904 

17905 
17906 

17907 

17908 

17909 

1791O 

179II 

17913 

17913 
17914 

17915 

17916 

17917 

17918 

17919 

17920 

1792X 

17922 

17923 

17924 

17925 
17926 

17927 

17928 

17929 

17930 

1793" 
17932 

17933 
17934 

17935 
17936 

17937 
17938 

17939. 
17940 

1 7941 

17942 

17943 

17944 

17945 
17946 

17947 
17948 

17949 
17950 



Code Word 

Axiomatic 

Axarcas 

Ayantar 

Azedeiras 

Azevada 

Azogaran 

Azumbar 

Babbusco 

BabUlanus 

BctbUleras 

Bahihnia 

Babiroso 

Babosear 

Babosueh 

Bacaleria 

BacarBzzo 

BcLCcanalia 

Baccatum 

Bacchanal 

Bacchevole 

Bacchoteur 

Bacctfera 

Bachames 

Bacherions 

Baciabasso 

Badamenio 

BaciapiU 

Baaiium 

Bacontro 

Bacuntius 

Badalucco 

Badando 

Badaudait 

Badaudians 

Badavamo 

Baderebbe 

Badcrmas 

Badiahne 

Badiarum 

Badincuse 

Badiniotu 

Baetilha 

Baffdini 

Baffaueras 

Bagadaones 

Bc^ascia 

Baggiolaito 

BagrtamerUo 

Bagnatrke 

Bagnavate 



Montreal City, 5 per cent, sterling loan 

Moyar Coffee, Limited 

Muntz*s Metal, Limited 

Mutual Tontine (Westminster Chambers), Limited 

Mwyndy Iron Ore, Limited 

^antygloand Blaina Ironworks, 8 percent, pref. 

Nassau Phosphate, Limited 
Natal Land and Colonization, Limited 
National Safe Deposit, Limited 
National Steamship, Limited 

New shares 

8 per cent 
Native Guano, Limited 
Nerbudda Iron and Coal, Limited 
Neuchatel Rock Paving, Limited 
Newcastle Chemical Works, Limited 
Newcastle-upon-Tyne and Gateshead Gas 

B stock 

C stock, 7 per cent 
New Sombrero Phosphate, Limited 
New Westminster Brewery, Limited 
New York City 6 per cent 
New York, Newfoundland, and London Telegraph 
New Zealand Meat Preserving, Limited 
North British Australasian, Limited 
North Central Wagon (Rotherham) 

and issue 

3rd issue 

4th issue 
Northern Agricultural 
North Metropolitan Tramways 

New shares 
Norton Bros. & Ca, Limited 
Nottingham Manufacturing, Limited 
Qdessa Waterworks — A shares 

B shares 
Oil Seed Crushing, Limited 
Omoa and Cleland Iron and Coal, Limited 
Oriental Gas, Limited 

New 
Ottawa City 6 per cent Steel Loan 
Oxford Canal 
Ouvah Coffee, Limited 
Owen's Patent Wheel Company, limited 
pacific Steam Navigation 

1872, New 

1873, New 

Paisley Gas 6 2-5ths per cent. Anns. 

Paisley Water Comply 

Palmer's Shipbuilding and Iron, Limited 



376 MISCELLANEOUS COMPANIES, &c 



CODSNo 

7951 
7952 

7953 

7954 

7955 

7956 

7957 

7958 

7959 
7960 

7961 

7962 

7963 
7964 

7965 
7966 

7967 

7968 

7969 

7970 

7971 
7972 

7973 
7974 

7975 
7976 

7977 

7978 

7979 
7980 

7981 

7982 

7983 
7984 

7985 
7986 

7987 
7988 

7989 
7990 

7991 

7992 

7993 
7994 

7995 
7996 

7997 
7998 

7999 
8000 



Code Word 

Bagnolini 

Bagnomarid 

Bagordare 

Bagrada 

Bahareque 

B<lhOfTtfM 

Baigmras 

BaUando 

BaiUcito 

Bailiscono 

BaiUeront 

BaUohais 

Baisotie 

Baixamar 

Bajardo 

BarjcndUa 

Bajularem 

Baladreen 

Bakuironea 

BalanatuM 

Balangum 

Balanzaren 

Baiairoms 

BalaustiUM 

Baiboiisco 

Balhuzzare 

Baldamente 

Baldanaha 

Baidracca 

Baldraque 

BcUdrian 

BcUeineau 

Baltnande 

BaUnarono 

Baknasti 

Balmatto 

Balestrone 

Balhurria 

Balinmm 

Balioius 

Baliservni 

Baiistario 

Balitdbais 

Baiiiadera 

Baitvamo 

Balivenu 

Baliamento 

BaiiOirta 

Ballavate 

Baiierino 



Para Gas, Limited 

Park Gate Iron Company^ limited 

Patent Gas, Limited 

Patent Gunpowder, Limited 

Patent Nut and Bolt, Limited 

Patent Shaft and Axletree, Limited 

Patent Ventilating Granary, Limited 

Pavy's Patent Felted Fabric, T limited 

Pawson & Co.| Limited 

Peak Forest Canal 

Peat Coal and Charcoal, Limited 

Peel River Lai^d and Mineral, Limited 

Peninsular and Oriental Steam 

New 
Peruvian Nitrate, Limited 
Phoenix Bessemer Steel, Limited 
Phoenix Gas 

New maximum 7^ per cent 

Capitalised stock, 5 per cent 
Phosphate Sewage, Limited, ist issue 
Phospho-Guano, ordinary shares 

10 per cent A, redeemable 
Price's Patent Candle, Limited 
Providence City, 5 per cent bonds 
Provincial Tramways Limited 
Quebec City, 6 per cent loan 72 
^ Quebec City, 6 per cent loan 73 
Quebec City, 6 per cent loan, 75-78 
Queensland Sheep Investment, Limited 
Queen's Mansions Freehold Trust, Limited 
l^ailway and General Light Improvement, Limited 
Railway Carriage, Limited 

Preference shares 
Railway Debentures Trust, Limited 

5 per cent debentures 

Railway Share Trust, Limited, A shares 
Railway Share 6 per cent, B shares 
Railway Rolling Stock 

6 percent preference, redeemable at i prem. 
6 percent preference, irredeemable 

Ratdiff Gas 
Reece's Patent Ice 
Regent's (of London) Canal 
Renter's Telegram, Limited 
Rhymney Iron, Limited 

New 
Rio de Janeiro City Improvements, Limited 
Rio de Janeiro Gas, Limited 
Rochdale Canal 
Rotherham, Masbro., and Holmes Coal, Limited 



;r 



MISCELLANEOUS COMPANIES, &c. 377 



CodbNo 
1800I 

i8oo;t 
18003 
18004 
18005 
18006 
18007 

18008 

18009 
I80IO 

ISOIT 
1 801 2 

I80I3 

1 8014 

I80IS 
I80I6 
1 801 7 

18018 

18019 
18020 

t802I 

18022 
It 8023 
18024 
18025 
18026 
18027 

18028 

18029 
18030 
I803I 
18032 

18033 

18034 

18035 

18036 
18037 
18038 
18039 
18040 
18041 
18042 

18043 

18044 
18045 
18046 
18047 
18048 

18049 
18050 



Code Wokd 

Ballonchio 

Ballottare 

Baineation 

Balneolum 

Balorderia 

Baisadera 

BcUseabctis 

Balsopeto 

Baistur^ 

BcUusante 

BalusHum 

Balvano 

Bambitdon 

Bambageilo 

Bam^man 

Bambituria 

Bambocheur 

Bambolato 

Banastillo 

Bancaria 

Banchina 

Bancokro 

Bandagisla 

Banderilla 

Bandierone 

BandoUtra 

Bannissant 

Baptisames 

Baqtuiease 

Baraccando 

Barasette 

Baratltrum 

Barbaresco 

Barbassimo 

Barbatulus 

BarbavcUe 

Barbechtra 

Barberando 

Barberasti 

Barbichon 

Barbin^o 

Barbaiina 

Barbotais 

Barbotions 

Barcagem 

Barchetio 

BarcoUato 

Bardatus 

Bardatura 

Bardomera 






Rotherham, Masbro., & Holmes Q,Qd\r-contmued. 

6 per cent, guaranteed 
Royal Aquarium (Westminster) 

6 per cent preference 
Royal Mail Steam Packet 
Runcorn Soap and Alkali, Limited 
Rylands & Sons, Limited 
Igt James's Hotel, Limited 

Saratov Waternrorks, Limited 
St Louis City, 6 per cent redeemable 1893 

6 per cent, redeemable 1894 
Samuel Fox and Co., Limited 
Scottish American Investment Trust, 6 per cent 

2nd issue 
Scottish Australian Investment, Limited, stock 

6 per cent guaranteed 

4^ per cent, debentures 

^ per cent debentures 
Scottish Assam Tea, Limited 
Scottish HeritaJ[>le Security, Limited 
Scottish Wagon, Limited 

New No. 4 
Selenitic Cement and Building, Limited 
Share Investment Trust, preferred 

Deferred certificates 
Sharp, Stewart, & Co., Limited [Navigation 

Sharpness N. Docks and Glo'ster and Birmingham 

5 per cent preference 
Sharpness, Worcester, and Birmingham guaranteed 
Sheepbridge Coal and Iron 
Sheffield Canal (Man., Shelf., and Line. Railway) 
Sheffield Foige and Rolling Mills, Limited 
Sheffield Gas, Class A 

Class B 

Class C 

Ordinary ^10 shares 
Sheffiekl Tramways, Limited 
Sheffield Wagon, Limited 
Sheffield Water Works 

;^5o share 

j^25 share 

4 per cent preference 

New B preference 
Shotts Iron Companv 
Silber Light, Limited 
Singapore Gas, Limited 
Soa^td Anon, des Tabacs d'ltalie 
Socidtd du Cable Transatlantique Francais, Limited 

New shares 
Southampton Docks 
Southainpton Tramways, Limited 



378 MISOELLANEOITS COMPANIES, && 



CodbNo 

1 805 1 
18052 
18053 
18054 

18055 
18056 

18057 

18058 

18059 

18060 

1 806 1 

18062 

18063 

18064 

18065 

18066 

18067 

18068 

18069 

18070 

1 807 1 

18072 

18073 

18074 

18075 

18076 

18077 

18078 

18079 

18080 

1 808 1 

18082 

18083 

18084 

18085 

18086 

18087 

18088 

18089 

18090 

1 809 1 

18092 

18093 

18094 

18095 

18096 

18097 

18098 

18099 

i8too 



CODB WOBD 

Bargrennan 

BaHgliofu 

Bariolage 

Bariolames 

Barmecidt 

Barograph 

BaronevoU 

Barrageant 

Barramos 

Barredor 

Barrenait 

Barreuads 

Barrilame 

Barrisamo 

Bamuola 

Barullasti 

Barulliamo 

Barutsche 

Baryterdo 

Barytspath 

Bar%oneast 

Bascauda 

Basiamus 

Basseterre 

Bastakna 

Bastantear 

Bastelica 

Bastevole 

BasHdores 

Bastracone 

Bataneaba 

Batedura 

Batelada 

Bateleuse 

Bathymetry 

Bcdifolage 

Baiiporte 

Baiisform 

Batacado 

Batostando 

Battesimo 

Batuebat 

Batuium 

Batulare 

Baubantur 

Bauealis 

Baverini 

Bavochure 

Bazaruto 

Beantragen 



Southport Trainwa3rs, Limited 
South Australian Company 
South Cleveland Iron Works, Limited 
South Metropolitan Gas 

New 
South Staffordshire Water 

5 per cent preference, 1864 

5 per cent preference, class C 
Southwark and Yauxhall Water Works 
Staffordshire and Worcestershire Canal 
Staffordshire Wheel and Axle, Limited 
Staveley Coal and Iron, Limited 

New 
Steam Tug (Liverpool) 
Steel Company of Scotland, Limited 
Stourbridge Canal 
Submarine Cables' Trust 
Submarine Telegraph 

Scrip 
Sunderland Tramways, Limited 
Surrey Commercial Dock, ordinary 
Surrey Consumer's Gkis 

New 
Swedish Paper, Limited 
'paff Vale Wagon, Limited 

TelegraphConstraction and Maintenance;,Limhed 

7 per cent Bonds 
Telegraph and Despatch and Intelligence, Limited 
Thames Plate Glass, Limited 
Thomas Adams & Co., Limited 

Paid up 
Toronto City 6 per cent, sterling debentures 
Thomas Bayley & Co., Limited 
Thorp's Gawber Hall Colleries, Limited 
Tramway Company of France 
Tramway and General Works 
Tramways Union, Limited 
Tredegar Iron and Coal Limited A shares 

B shares 
TrusweU's Brewery, Limited 
IQnion Plate Glass, Limited 

Union Steam Ship, Limited 
United Limmer and Vorwohle Asphalte 
United States Rolling Stock 

New 
Upper Assam Tea 
^al de Travers Asphalte, Limited 

Vale of Clyde Tramways 
Vancouver Coal, Limited 
Van Diemen's Land 



MISCELLANEOUS COMPANIES, &c. 379 



CodbNo 


CoDB Word 


18101 


Beataria 


18102 


BecUiorem 


18103 


BdfereU 


18104 


B^erron 


18 105 


Beccaiite 


1 8 106 


Beccamorii 


18107 


BecerUlo 


1 8 108 


Btddiado 


18109 


Beffatare 


18110 


Behitria 


18111 


Bdamenio 


18112 


Bellabaiur 


J8113 


BtUacuelo 


18114 


Beliaguear 


18115 


BeUarem 


18116 


Btllaions 


18117 


BdkOudt 


18118 


Bdlairisi 


18119 


BeUisstmo 


18120 


Beilocckio 


18121 


Bdhrum 


18122 


Bdmefuitis 


18125 


Bdvidda 


18124 


Bemoiis^ 


18115 


Benaderm 


18126 


Btncixoio 


18127 


BendaroH 


18128 


BendcUura 


18129 


BenderesH 


18130 


BendicerA 


tSisi 




18132 




18133 




18134 




i»i3S 




18136 




18137 




18138 




18139 




18140 




18141 




18142 




18143 




18144 




18145 




1 8146 




18147 




1 8148 




1 8149 




18150 


• 



\Yarrington Gas 

New 
Warrington Wa^n, Limited 
WarwidL akid Birmingham Canal 
Wellington (N.Z) 6 per cent 1907 

6 per cent improvement^ 1929 
West Central Wagon, Limited 
West Cumberland Iron and Steel, Limited 
Western and Brazilian Telegraph, Limited 
West Drayton Rolling Mills, Limited 
Western Union Telegraph (U»Sv) 7 per cent 
Western Wagon, Limited 

New shares 
West India and Pacific Steam, Limited 
West India and Panama Telegraph, Limited 

Preference 10 per cent 
West Middlesex Water Works 
Westminster Palace Hotel, Limited 
Wheatman and Smith, Limited 
Wigan Coal and Iron, Limited 
Wolverhampton Gas 
Wolverhampton Union Flour and Bread 
Wolverhampton Water, New 
Woodhall Estate Company, Limited 
Wood Street Warehouse 
Worcester and Birmingham Canal 
Worcester New Gas Light (1846-8) 
Y^i'^l^ Railway Wagon, Limited 

York Street Flax Spinning, Limited 
Young's Paraffin Light and Mineral Oil, Limited 



38o 



MINES. 



GodbNo 

8151 
[8152 

««53 

8154 

8155 
8156 

8157 

8158 

8159 

8160 

8161 

8163 

8163 

8164 

8165 

8166 

8167 

8168 

8169 

81 

81 

81 

81 

81 

[81 

81 

81 

81 

81 

[8180 

8181 

8182 

8183 

18184 

8185 

8186 

[8187 

8188 

8189 

8190 

819X 

[8192 

8193 

[8194 

819s 

8196 

8197 

8198 

8199 

8200 



X 

'2 

'3 

^4 
5 

7 
8 



CODB Word 

Btnduccio 

Benespesso 

Benestanie 

Benfacente 

Benguarito 

Bmissimo 

Bmmontato 

Benpladto 

Benservito 

Beniravato 

Benvpluto 

Berachah 

Berdfbero 

Beredsatn 

Bergantino 

Bergctrbdt 

B<magie 

BemSaoio 

Berrivola 

Bersagiio 

Bertesca 

Bertucda 

Besaban 

Btsacrier 

Besamanos 

Besasteis 

Bessalis 

Bestieien 

Besucador 

Behmahais 

Bevandina 

Bevimento 

BtsahUn 

Biancastro 

Biancolino 

Biasimato 

Bibaculaus 

Bibitorio 

BibiioUai 

BUmhrum 

Bicameral 

Bieharia 

BicolcruM 

Bicaquda 

Bicorporis 

BidnUaUs 

Bidentibus 

BiitamenU 

Bimsea$iu 

Bifarium 



^lamillosy Limited 

Almada and Tirito Consolidated, Limited 
Anglo-Azgentine, Limited 
Anglo-Brazilian Gold, Limited 
Assheton, Limited 
Australian United Gold, Limited 
gifdseye Creek, Limited 

Blinman Consolidated Copper, TJmi ^^ 
Bronfloyd (lead), Cardigan 
Qaegynon, Limited 

Canadian Copper Pyrites, Limited 
Cape Copper, Lmiited 
Capula Silver, Limited 
Cargoll (silver-lead) Newlyn 
Cam Brea (lUogan) 
Chiverton (Parranzabuloe) 
Chontales Consolidated, Limited 
Colorado Terrible Lode, Limited 
Connorree (Ireland), Limited 
Cook's Kitchen (copper) lUogan 
Copiapo, Limited 

Crenver and Wheal Abraham, Limited 
J^evon Great Consols, Limited (Tavistock) 

Dolcoath Copper and Tin (Camborne) 
Don Pedro, North del Rey 
Drake Walls 
£ast Basset (Redrath) 

East Caradon 
East GrenviUe Copper (Camborne) 
East Lovell Tin (Wendron) 
Eberhardt and Aurora, Limited 
Emma Silver Mining, Limited 
English and Australian Copper 
piagstaff Silver (Utah) 

Fortuna, Limited, Lead (Spain) 
Foxdale (lead) Isle of Man 
Frontino and Bolivia Gold, Limited 
general Brazilian, Limited 

Glasgow Caradon, Limited 
General Mining Association, Limited 
Great Laxey, Limited, Lead (Isle of Man) 
Great Wheal Vor (Helston) 
JJerod's Foot 

Hingston Downs (Calstock) 
Huntingdon Copper and Sulphur, Limited 
J^apunda, Limited (Australia) 

Kilaloe Slate Limited 
J^ast Chance Silver of Utah, Limited 

Linares, Limited 
London and California, Limited 



MINES. 



381 



CodbNo 

820X 

8202 

8203 

8204 

8205 

8206 

8207 

8208 

8209 

82x0 

8211 

8212 

8213 

8214 

8215 

8216 

82x7 

8218 

8219 

8220 

822X 

8222 

8223 

8224 

8225 

8226 

8227 

8228 

8229 

8230 

8231 

8232 

8233 
8234 

823s 
8236 

8237 
^8238 

8239 

18240 

[8241 

18242 

8243 
:8244 

:824s 
8246 

8247 
8248 
8249 
^8250 



Code Word 

Bifidaius 

Bifidarum 

Bifolceria 

Bifonchio 

Bifarcaio 

Bifurcorum 

Bigarcunes 

B^arreau 

Bigwuon 

BigUrani 

Bignomid 

Bigardando 

BigordasH 

Bigprmta 

BigptUrie 

Bilibrarum 

Bilkarono 

BUichiamo 

BUifero 

BiUderai 

BUocaba 

Bumdella 

Biardando 

Bipartite 

BipcUeniis 

Btpedanmm 

Birboneria 

Birimbao 

Birlocha 

Birragp 

Birrenio 

Birroviere 

Bisdbuelo 

Bisbetico 

Bisbisamos 

Biscantare 

Biscomear 

Bisignero 

Bisgenero 

Bislacco 

Bispalia 

Bispinosi 

Bistineau 

Bistomato 

Bistricha 

Bitadura 

Blandiente 

Blandinmo 

Blandivdte 

Blaterando 



Lusitanian, Limited (Portugal) 
jl^argaret (Uny Lelant) 

Marke Valley 
Mineral HiU SUver 

15 per cent debentures 
Mineral Mining, Limited, Lead (Wrexham) 
Mining Company of Ireland 
^angiles 

New Quebrada, Limited 
New Seton 
North Roskear 
North Wheal Crofty 
pacific, Limited 

Panulcillo Copper, Limited 
Penryhn, Limited 
Pestarena Gold, Limited 
Pinto Silver, Limited, preferred 
Pontgibaud Silver, Lead, and Smelt Mme 
Port PhiUip 
Prince of Wales 
Providence (Uny Lelant) 
J^ichmond, Consolidated Mining, Limited 

Rio Tinto, Limited 
Roman Gravels (lead) 
Rossa Grande Gold 
Russia Copper, Limited 
^t John del Rey, Limited 
Scottish Australian, Limited 

New Shares 
Sierra Buttes Gold, Limited 
South Aurora Silver, Limited 
South Caradon (St Cleer) 
South Condurrow (Camborne) 
South Darren (lead), Limited 
South Wheal Frances (Illogan) 
Stray Park 

Sweetland Creek Gold, Limited 
'Tankerville Lead, Limited 

Tin Croft, (Illogan) 
Tharsis Sulphur and Copper, Limited 

New 
Traleigh Wood (tm), Redruth 
Trumpet Consols (Helston) 
United Mexican, Limited 

Utah, Limited 
V an. Limited (Lanidloes) 
^7est Bassett (Illogan) 

West Caradon (St Cleer) 
West Chiverton (Perranzabuloe) 
West Seton (Camborne) 



382 



MINES. 



CodeNo 

18251 
18252 

18253 
18254 

18255 

18256 

18257 

18258 

18259 

18260 

18261 

18262 

18263 

18264 

18265 

18266 

18267 

18268 

18269 

18270 

18271 

18272 

18273 

18274 

18275 

18276 

18277 

18278 

18279 

18280 

18281 

18282 

18283 

18284 

18285 

18286 

18287 

18288 

18289 

18290 

1829I 

18292 

18293 

18294 

18295 

18296 

18297 

18298 

18299 

18300 



CODB WOBD 

BUmiront 

BUssama 

Blindarono 

Bloccatura 

BUmderoni 

BoberelU 

Bobiculto 

Bobineras 

Bocachon 

Bocardasse 

Bocardions 

Bocdlato 

Bochamo 

BoglienU 

Boisselier 

Botssonade 

BoUtorum 

Bolichero 

BoiUremo 

BoUimento 

Bombando 

Bombydnus 

Bomkavano 

BonamenU 

Bonarieta 

Bonaroba 

BondfuUo 



Wheal Basset (lUogan) 

Wheal Buller (Redruth) 

Wheal GrenviUe 

Wheal Kitt7 (tin), St Agnes 

Wheal Maiy Ann (Menheniot) 

Wheal Seton (Camborne) 

Wicklow Copper 

Y^^^c Peninsula^ Limited 

Yudanamutana of S. Austzalia, Limit 



PRODUCTS. COMMODITIES, &c. 



383 



eNo 

01 
02 

04 

05 
06 

07 
08 

09 

10 

II 
12 

13 

14 

.15 
,16 

;i7 

;i8 

(20 
J2I 
J22 

326 

328 

329 
330 
331 
332 

333 
334 
335 
336 
337 
338 
'339 
•34v^ 
I341 
^342 

^343 
^344 

^345 
5346 

^347 
5348 

^349 
^350 



Code Word 

Bondissant 
JBon^gUf 
Bofuteria 
Bonfadio 
Bonificare 
Boracique 
Borboglto 
Borcellar 
Barcharat 
Bordadorts 
Bordatura 
Bof^olino 
Boriavamo 
Borraciere 
BorrcLscoso 
BorreUina 
Barriquero 
Bosadiiia 
Boscaglia 
Bosladura 
Bossderai 
Bostrmus 
Botanismus 
Botanoieca 
Botarada 
Boticario 
Botilkria 
Botivoleo 
Botonadura 
Botriolite 
Bottoniera 
Botularius 
BouchardoH 
Bouciates 
Bauckrai 
Bougenais 
Baulinait 
Bracalonc 
Braccavamo 
BrtudaU 
Brachiolum 
Bracteatum 
Bradadores 
Bragodurum 
Brahonera 
Branuggio 
Bramolato 
Brasscmdo 
Bravatorio 
Bravuibais 



Almonds. 

Alicante . 
Barbary sweet 
Barbary bitter 
Faro soft shell 
Faro hard shell 
French shell 
Jordan 

Jordan Malaga 
Languedoc shell 
Malaga soil shell 
Mogadore sweet 
Mogadore bitter 
Sicuy sweet 
Tarragona soil 
Valencia [shell 

Almond Paste, 

Ammunition. 
Large lead shot 
Small lead shot 
Large iron shot 
Small iron shot 
Large iron shell 
Small iron shell 
Rockets 
Powder 
Percussion caps 

Bulls 

Cows 

Oxen 

Heifers 

Calves 

Sheep 

Lambs 

Pigs 

Horses 

Donkeys 

Mules 

Dogs 

Hounds 

Hares 

Rabbits 

Geese 

Ducks 

Fowls 

Pigeons 

Quails 

Partridges 

Grouse 



CodrNo 

18351 
18352 

18353 
18354 
18355 
18356 

18357 
18358 

18359 
18360 

1 836 1 

18362 

18363 
18364 

18365 

18366 

18367 

18368 

18369 

18370 

18371 
18372 

"8373 

18374 

18375 
18376 

18377 
18378 

18379 
18380 

18381 

18382 

18383 
18384 

18385 
18386 

18387 
18388 

18389 

18390 

18391 
18392 

18393 
18394 

18395 
18396 

18397 
18398 

18399 
18400 



Code Word 

Braznabais 

Bregaglia 

Brevetames 

Brevicdlo 

Briachezza 

Bribabais 

Bribontria 

Briciolino 

Bricolasse 

BricoUons 

Brigueront 

Brillabais 

Brinquillo 

Briquetera 

Briscamos 

Brocantage 

Brocardico 

Brochuela 

Bromeabais 

Bronquedad 

Brontolato 

Bronzeroni 

Brucando 

Brucasse 

Brucavate 

Bruciatura 

Brudolare 

Brtdicame 

Brtdkhio 

Brumalis 

Brunissage 

Brunivatw 

Bruscarano 

Bruscavate 

Bruttando 

Bubbolando 

Bubbolone 

Bubulcata 

Bucaribo 

Bucarterus 

Bucdlacci 

Buchabais 

Budellame 

Budorum 

Bumammte 

Bttenpasds 

Bufetillo 

Buffanerla 

Buffonesco 

Bufonchina 



AnimnU — continued 

Turkeys 

Pheasants 

Swans 

Cranes 
AppareL 

New 

Old 
Apples, 

American 

American dried 

Baldwrins 

Canada red 

Dutch 

English 

French 

Greenings 

Lisbon 

Newton pippins 

Normandy pippins 

Oporto 

Rennet 

Russet 

Spitzberg 
Apricots, 

Pulp 
ArgoL 

Red 

White 
Anns. 

Bayonets 

Cannons 

Carbines 

Cutlasses 

Fowling pieces 

Matchets 

Mortars 

Muskets 

Pistols 

Rifles 

Revolvers 

Swords 
Arrowroot 

Bermuda 

Brazil 

East India 

Natal 

St Vincent 

West India 

Farina 
Arraeh. 



384 PRODUOTS, COMMODITIES, &c. 



CoprNo 

1840I 
18402 
18403 
18404 
18405 
18406 
18407 
18408 
18409 
1 8410 
1841I 
1 841 2 

18413 
1 84 14 

18415 

184 1 6 

18417 
18418 

184 19 
18420 

18421 

18422 

18423 

18424 

18425 

18426 

18427 

18428 

18429 

18430 
18431 

18432 

18433 
18434 

18435 
18436 

18437 
18438 

18439 
18440 

1 844 1 

184,42 

18443 
18444 

18445 
18446 

18447 

18448 

18449 

18450 



CODB WOBD 

Bufoniuur 

Bugnoletta 

Buhardilla 

Bujdlada 

Buldriana 

Bulimaca 

Btdinache 

Buonarotii 

Buonpietro 

BurcLtdlo 

Burateria 

Burbanxa 

Burd^no 

BurUlado 

Burinerai 

Burineront 

Burladar 

BurUvoU 

Burrascoso 

Burrucheo 

Bursario 

Busbaccato 

Busberia 

Buscatore 

BussolanU 

Bustacdo 

BusHrapus 

Buzcarona 

Cabaiames 

Cabalctssi 

Cabalerai 

CabaUrant 

Cabaktta 

C(iba!eur 

Cabalfuste 

CabaUino 

Caballarum 

Cabalans 

Cabanuela 

Cabarock 

Cabbaiisch 

Cabddiaba 

Cahdellais 

Cabddlo 

Cabecuda 

Cabdeau 

Cabdlico 

Cabenda 

Cabestrar 

Cabesarro 



Athet. 

BariUa 

Pearl 

Pot 

Weed 

Wood 
Asphalt 
Aflphaltiiia. 

Cuba 

Trinidad 
Baoon. 

American 

English 

Uambuig 

Irish 
Bananas. 

Madeira 

West India 
Bark-y{see Drugs) 

English oak 

Flemish oak 

Dutch oak 

German oak 

Mimosa 

Quercitron 
Bathbrioks 
Beans. 

American 

Casablaqca 

E^gyptian 

Italian 

Kidney 

Larache 

Mazagan 

Smyrna 
Beads. 

Glass 

Metal 

German 

French 

Venetian 
Beet 

Fresh 

Mess 

Preserved 

Smoked 
Beer. 

Ale 

Pale ale 

Strong ale 



CodbNo 

18451 

1845a 

18453 

18454 

1845s 
18456 

18457 
18458 

18459 
18460 

18461 

18462 

18463 

18464 

18465 

18466 

18467 

18468 

18469 

18470 

18471 
1847a 
18473 
18474 

18475 
18476 

18477 
18478 
18479 
18480 
18481 
18482 
18483 
18484 
18485 
18486 
18487 
18488 
18489 
18490 
18491 
18492 

18493 

18494 

18495 
18496 

18497 
18498 

18499 

18500 



CODB WOBD 

Cabezuela 
Cabidoai 
Cabildear 
Cabillaud 
Cabisnabo 
Cablassiez 
CMieua 
Cabotames 
Cabaterai 
CabaUrant 
Cabaiions 
CabotirtH 
Cabrqfigar 
CabramgaJ 
Cabresteen 
Cabriiefo 
CabriiUla 
Cabranada 
Cabt€figas 
Cabtuviste 
Cacafretta 
Cacareaba 
CacasabeUo 
Cacasange 
Cacaiesui 
C(uaiura 
Cacerilia 
Cachamarin 
Cacherosa 
Cachetames 
CachdarU 
Cadiderai 
Cachettico 
Ccuhicamo 
CachifoUa 
Cachillada 
Cachapiu 
Cadtarrita 
Cachunde 
Cacimba 
Cacodaemon 
Cctcophaton 
CaaUarem 
Cacuminata 
Cadalecho 
Cadascww 
Cadqsendo 
Cadtnasser 
Cadencerez 
Cadenium 



Ekiinboro'ak 

Porter 
Stout 



Iron 

Bisevitaw 
Blacklead. 
BonesL 

ComnuMi cattk 

Calcined 

Crushed 

Leg 

Shank 

Ash 

Dust 
Books. 

Account 

Printed bound 

Printed unboui^ 

Unprinted bouini 
Do. unbound 
BootSL 

Men's 

Women's 

Bo/s 

Girl's 
Bran. 



Sheets 

Tubes 

Wire 
Nails 

Screws 

Rods 
Bricks. 

Fire 

Stock grey 

Stock red 
Brimstone. 

Rough 

RoU 

Flour 
Brooms. 

Hair 

Bass 

Birch 
BaoketsL 

Galvanized iron 

American wooden 



PRODUCTS, COMMODITIES, &c. 



385 



odbNo 

8501 
8502 

8503 
8504 

8505 
8506 

8507 
8508 

8509 

85 10 

85 1 1 

85x2 

8513 

8514 

8515 
8516 

8517 
8518 

S519 
8520 

8521 

[8522 

8523 

8524 

8525 
8526 

L8527 

L8528 

8529 

8531 
8532 

8533 
8534 

8535 
8536 

18537 

8538 

: 85 39 

[8540 

[8541 
C8542 

r8543 
r8S44 

18545 
18546 

f8547 
18548 
18549 

18550 



CODB WOBD 

Cadernaes 

Ccuiti'oU 

Cadillaba 

Cadimento 

Cadiscum 

Caduceator 

Caducifer 

Caedebat 

Caelamen 

Caelaturus 

CcuHbcUum 

Cafiroleta 

Cagaduelo 

Cagalume 

Cagarruta 

Cagnardise 

CagnoHna 

Cagotisme 

Caillames 

Caillerent 

Cailletage 

Caiabacda 

CcUabazona 

Calabohos 

Calafetos 

Calagrano 

Calamarius 

Calameggio 

Calamorum 

OUatidrage 

CcUandrino 

Caktthiana 

Calat/Usco 

CcUathum 

Ca/averada 

Caicabatur 

Calcatnento 

Calceanieft 

Calceolutn 

Calatilla 

CcUdanie 

Calddico 

Caldfraga 

Calciiroso 

Calcografo 

CalcoUtto 

Ccddamentc 

Calderico 

Caldertiila 

Cakbitur 



Fullion. 

Bar gold 

Bar silver 

Bar silver cntg. ^old 

British gold com 

Foreign gold com 

British silver coin 

Foreign silver coin 

Spanish doubloons 

S. Amer. doubloons 

States Ragles 

Mexican dollars 

New Bolivian dllrs 

Five-franc pieces 
Batter. 

American 

Irish 

Friesland 

Jersey 

Kiel 

Normandy 
Battons. 

Metal 

Bronze 

Bone 

Pearl 

Ivory 

Linen 

Glass 
Candles. 

Ozokerit 

Parafin 

Stearine 

Sperm 

Tallow 

Wax 
Canes. 

Bamboo black 

Bamboo yellow 

Malacca 

Partridge 

Tonkin 

Rattans 
Cards. 

Playing 
Carriages. 

Railway passenger 

Railway goods 

Pleasure, 4 wheels 

Pleasure, 2 wheels 

c c 



CoDfiNo 

8551 
8552 

8553 

8554 

8555 

8556 

8557 

8558 

8559 
8560 

8561 
8562 

8563 
8564 

8565 
8566 

8567 
8568 

8569 

8570 

8571 
8572 

8573 
8574 

8575 
8576 

8577 
8578 

8579 
8580 

8581 

8582 

85S3 

8584 

8585 
8586 

8587 
8588 

8589 
8590 

8591 
8592 

8593 
8594 

8595 
8596 

8597 
8598 

8599 
8600 



CoDB Word 

Calefadum 
Cakfatare 
Ca/efitaba 
Caknturon 
CalfcUdmes 
Calfeutrer 
Calundrum 
Caligahat 
Caligarium 
Calinerai 
Caitiurus 
Callatuiriz 
Calliditas 
Callithrix 
Callosetta 
Caimarono 
Calofnaba 
Calomabais 
Cahrifero 
Calpestare 
Caltharum 
Calumbrece 
Caivitium 
Calycibus 
Calymene 
Calzammto 
Camachuelo 
Camarlingo 
Camaronero 
Cambeteado 
Cambiadore 
Cambiatura 
CambiavoU 
Cambretuch 
Camenarum 
Camenantur 
Cammdlius 
Camosciare 
Campamefito 
CamposarUo 
Canalicius 
CanapaU 
Canardames 
Canarroya 
Canavaccio 
CaneanuM 
Canchitra 
Cancrenoso 
Candicamus 
Candirung 



Carriages — contd. 
Street wagons 
Street carts 
Cassia— (see Drugs) 
Lignea 
Vera 
Buds 
Cement 
Portland 
Roman 
Chairs 
Wooden 
Cane-seated 
Cheese 
American 
Edam 
Gouda 
Gruyere 
Derby 
Chesnire 
Cheddar 
Stilton 
Chemicals. 
Acetate of lime 
Acetic acid 
Citric acid 
Muriatic acid 
Nitric acid 
Oxalic acid 
Picric acid 
Sulphuric acid 
Tartaric acid 
Alum 

Powder 
Ammonia carb'nate 

Muriate 

Sulphate 
Antimony 

Ore 

Crude 

Regulus 

Star 
Arsenic 

Lump 

Powder 
Bleaching powder 
Borax 

Refined 

East India 

Tincal 
Calomel 



386 PR< 


3DU0TS, 00 


SffMOBITIES. A;c. 






•■ 


CodbNo 


CODB WOBD 


Ohemiealg— <wi^ 


CodbNo 


CODB WOID 


• 


1 860 1 


Cafieamusa 


Copperas 
White 


18651 


Carcavado 


Citroni. 


18602 


CanecUfUe 


18652 


Carchesium 


In salt 


18603 


Coftforata 


Green 


18653 


Carcinodes 


ChroikoiiijBtei& 


18604 


Cangosta 


Corrosive sublimate 


18654 


Cardofano 


Clay. 


18605 


Caniddio 


Iodine 


i8655 


Carcanuda 


Fire 


18606 


Caniilcdrc 


Ivory black 


18656 


Cardamindo 


Pipe 


18607 


Caninorum 


Maogancae carb<»ate 


18657 


Cardaturus 


China 


18608 


Cannuccina 


Calcined 


18658 


Carderugio 


Clocks. 


18609 


Cansarono 


Minium red 


18659 


Cardtalgia 


American 


1861O 


Canseremmo 


Orange 


18660 


Cardinatum 


English 


1861I 


Cantafera 


Potash bichromate 


1 866 1 


Carducado 


French 


18612 


Cantaleaba 


Chlorate 


18662 


Cargaremc 


Germaii 


18613 


Cantamus 


Hydriodate 


18663 


Carkarum 


Swiss 


18614 


Caniavisse 


Muriate 


18664 


Caripando 


Cloth. 


18615 


Canticorum 


Prussiate 


18665 


Caritaiero 


Woollen 


18616 


Caniindla 


Red 


18666 


Carleabais 


Italian 


18617 


Cantopean 


Preapitate white 


18667 


Carmeamos 


Clothing: 


18618 


Cantusaba 


Red 


18668 


Carmendba 


Men's 


18619 


Canutiglia 


Prussian blue 


18669 


Carmistren 


Women's 


18620 


Capadillo 


Rose pink 


18670 


Carminante 


Boys' 


1 862 1 


Capadores 


Salacetosella 


T8671 


Camemno 


Girls' 


18622 


Caparbio 


Salammoniac 


18672 


Camosetto 


ClOTOL 


18623 


Capedinis 


Salts, Epsom 


18673 


Carolacda 


Penang 


18624 


Capdhar 


Glauber 


18674 


Carpebaiur 


Amboyna 


18625 


Capeliuto 


Soda ash 


18675 


Carpodorus 


Zanzibar 


18626 


Capercail 


Bicarbonate 


18676 


Carrantuai 


Bencoolen 


18627 


Capessitus 


Hyposulphite 


18677 


CarrcUdio 


Coals. 


18628 


Capibarra 


Cxystals 


18678 


Carrilludo 


Yorkshire 


18629 


Capirotero 


Caustic 


18679 


Carrodm 


Welsh 


18630 


Capistrum 


Sugar of lead, white 


18680 


Carrucarum 


Scotch 


1 863 1 


CapiteUum 


Grey 


18681 


Cartapelon 


Derbyshire 


18632 


Capitudtne 


Brown 


18682 


Cartapesta 


American 


»8633 


Capiundus 


Sulphate of copper 


18683 


Carvgem 


Belgian 


18634 


Capobanda 


Sulphate of qumine 


18684 


Casagliaio 


French 


^8635 


Capocroce 


BriHsh 


18685 


Casaiemo 


Spanish 


18636 


Capolavoro 


French 


18686 


Castabtda 


Patent fuel 


18637 


Capomorto 


Sulphate of zinc 


18687 


Castagnaro 


Cochineal. 


18638 


Caposcala 


Verdigris 


18688 


Cctstigamus 


Honduras black 


18639 


CapoHllo 


Vermilion, China 


18689 


Castimonia 


Silver 


18640 


Cdpaverso 


English 


18690 


Castracam 


Mexican black 


18641 


Caprichudo 


Chicory. 


18691 


Castrqfica 


Silver 


18642 


Caprigmus 


Raw 


18692 


Catamimto 


Tenerifie black 


18643 


Capripede 


Roasted 


18693 


Catqpotium 


Silver 


18644 


Capsoletta 


China. 


18694 


Cataribera 


Cocoa. 


18645 


CapHosum 


Ware 


18695 


Caiascapus 


Bahia 


18646 


CapHvames 


Chocolate. 


18696 


Catenarum 


Caracas 


18647 


Capulanade 


Spanish 


18697 


Catervario 


Dominica 


18648 


Caramillar 


English 


18698 


CoHssage 


Grenada 


18649 


Carapacho 


Cinnamon. 


18699 


Cqiobi^us 


Guayaquil 


18650 


Carbasorum 


Chips 


18700 


Catorcena 


Para 



PRODUOTS, COMMODITIES, &c. 



387 



►oeNo 


CoDB Word 


^^Wdir-^anUinued. 


CodbNo 


CoDB Word 


Copper — amtinned. 


►701 


Catiabriga 


St Lucia 


18751 


Centifolia 


Sheathing 


^702 


Catulubam 


Trinidad 


18752 


Centimanus 


CoraL 


►703 


CiUuriamo 


Codfish. 


18753 


Centogambi 


Red 


►704 


Cauchemar 


Dry 


18754 


Centwuulo 


White 


•705 


Caudaiario 


Salted 


18755 


Cepevorous 


Cordials. 


► 706 


Caudicalan 


Coffee. 


18756 


Cepionides 


Cura^LO 


^707 


Caudisano 


Ceylon, narive 


X8757 


CeppaUOo 


Maraschino 


^708 


Caupanius 


Plantation 


18758 


Cepurica 


Absinthe 


^709 


Causatrice 


Mocha 


18759 


CtrachcUes 


Cloves 


^7 10 


Cautivaba 


Java 


18760 


Ceralacca 


Noyeau 


J711 


Cavadenti 


Jamaica 


18761 


Cerasinum 


Shrub 


5712 


Cavastoppa 


Manila 


18762 


Cerbatana 


Cherry Brandy 


^713 


CavcUicdo 


Singapore 


18763 


Cerboneca 


£au d'or 


$714 


Cavidoso 


Padsuig 


18764 


Cercadores 


Lovage 


^715 


CavUlorum 


African 


18765 


Cercenaba 


Cork. 


5716 


Cavoiinite 


Brazil 


18766 


Cercenaren 


Wood 


5717 


CAabamos 


La Guayra 


18767 


Cerchanaba 


Squares 


^718 


Cebastas 


Costa Rica 


18768 


Cerchiello 


Cuttings 


5719 


Cebondlio 


Guatemala 


18769 


Cerdanus 


Virgin 


$720 


Ceuaban 


Cuba 


18770 


Cerderai 


Shavings 


5721 


Cecinaba 


Porto Rico 


18771 


Cercffvito 


Corks. 


$722 


Cecobrar 


St Domingo 


18772 


Qereopsis 


Corn. 


5723 


CecuimU 


East India 


18773 


Cerevisia 


Wheat 


5724 


CedrclaU 


Coir. 


18774 


Cermaius 


English red 


5725 


Cedrostino 


Yam 


18775 


Cemadcro 


English white 


5726 


Cefalgia 


Rope 


18776 


Cerniious 


DanUic 


5727 


Ceffaidla 


Junk 


18777 


Ceromanza 


Konigsberg 


5728 


Cq^atero 


Fibre 


18778 


Cerostroto 


Ghirka 


^729 


Cdagem 


Combi. 


18779 


Cerquillo 


Ghirka new 


$730 


Cdandem 


India rubber 


18780 


Cerrdano 


Polish 


5731 


Cdebramus 


Horn 


18781 


Cerrumado 


American 


^732 


Celebriren 


Ivory 


18782 


Certabas 


Spanish 


^733 


CeUripes 


Tortoise shell 


18783 


Certandum 


Danish 


5734 


CeUrrima 


Common bone 


18784 


Certissimo 


Berdianski 


^735 


Cdheado 


Vulcanite 


18785 


Cemchus 


Algerian 


5736 


Celufuena 


Composition. 


18786 


CervaiUa 


E^ptian 


»737 


Cdotipla 


Coolies. 


18787 


Cerviuro 


Mananople 


^738 


Cdplankn 


Copra. 


18788 


Cervdlino 


Mecklenburg 


'739 


Cempellar 


Copper. 


18789 


Cervicabra 


Holstein 


'740 


Cenofpso 


Ore 


18790 


Cervigudo 


St. Petersburg 


;74i 


Cencerrion 


Tiles 


18791 


Cespedtra 


Ri» 


;742 


Cendradina 


Ingots 


X8792 


Cespuglio 


Chilian 


^743 


Cenericdo 


Cakes 


18793 


Cestarolo 


California 


'744 


Cennamdla 


Sheets 


18794 


Ceterista 


Pomeranian 


745 


Cennovanta 


Tubes 


'8795 


Cethegus 


Talavera 


.746 


Cenobiarca 


Wire 


18796 


Cdobide 


Barley 


•747 


Cenomani 


Rods 


18797 


Cdrangolo 


Danubian 


748 


Cenopegias 


Nails 


18798 


Ctvadic 


Ibrail 


749 


Censitaire 


Screws 


18799 


Cevadilla 


Odessa 


750 


Ceniaureus 


Bottoms 


18800 


Chabacano 


Algerian 



cc 2 



3? J PRODUCTS- GOMMO 


DITIES 


• &C. 




' 




■ ^t^t^^mW 


CodbNo 


CODB Word 


Corn — continued 


CODSNO 


CODB WOSD 


Cotton — £antunai 


1 880 1 


Chaborrita 


Barley, Malting 


18851 


Chiavarda 


Egyptian 


18802 


Chacando 


Feeding 


18852 


Chiavatura 


Smyrna 


18803 


Chacharita 


Oats 


18853 


ChibaloU 


Greek 


18804 


Chaamista 


Black 


18854 


Chibanca 


South Sea Iskod 


18805 


Chafaldita 


White 


18855 


Chibdero 


American Upland 


18806 


Chafarrinc 


Irish Grey 


18856 


ChibiHl 


Mobile 


18807 


Chalaneats 


Dutch 


18857 


Chichonera 


New Orleans 


18808 


ChaicgtuM 


Holstein 


18858 


Chidrian 


Texas 


18809 


Chaicopous 


Mecklenburg 


18859 


Chiesastra 


Pemambuco 


1881O 


Chaiinosis 


Maize 


18860 


Chiflabais 


Maranhana 


188IX 


Chalumean 


American 


1 886 1 


Chifrado 


Bs^ia 


18812 


Chamailier 


Wallachian 


18862 


Chiliarch 


W. India 


18813 


Chamarasca 


Saffi 


18863 


ChiltnoU 


Natal 


18814 


Chandano 


Danubian 


18864 


Chilostero 


African 


18815 


Changadar 


Mazagan 


18865 


Chinampa 


Persian 


18816 


Chanlatte 


Casablanca 


18866 


Chinateado 


China 


18817 


Chapadanza 


Rye 


18867 


Chincaglia 


Peruvian 


18818 


Chapataleo 


Marianople 


18868 


Chinchaba 


Queensland 


18819 


Chafintia 


Azov 


18869 


Chinevolt 


Bourbon 


18820 


Chapodadof 


Russian 


18870 


Chioderia 


Cotton Waste. 


1 882 1 


Chapuceo 


Prussian 


1 887 1 


Chiamadon 


Yam 


18822 


Chapurrar 


English 


18872 


Chiavatura 


Twist 


18823 


Charahane 


Peas 


18873 


Chipalum 


Thread 


18824 


Charamusco 


White 


18874 


Chipicam 


Piece goods 


18825 


Charmegos 


Grey 


18875 


Chiragroso 


DriUs 


18826 


Charolear 


Maple 


18876 


Chirantana 


Cnrrants. 


18827 


Charoiista 


Buckwheat 


18877 


Chiribital 


Cephalonia 


18828 


Charruscar 


Lentils 


18878 


Chirigaita 


Patras 


18829 


Chartarius 


Oatmeal 


18879 


Chiripear 


Vostizza 


18830 


Chataigfu 


Ryemeal 


18880 


Chirumbela 


Zante 


1 883 1 


Chaionado 


Peameal 


1 888 1 


Chirununes 


Provincial 


18832 


Chauvinism 


Beanmeal 


18882 


Chismease 


Gulf 


i8«33 


Chavetddo 


Buckwheat meal 


18883 


Chispeaba 


Filistria 


18834 


Chaviranus 


Flour 


18884 


Chispoleta 


Carrie Powder. 


18B35 


Chelidamo 


English 


18885 


Chttarrone 


Cntefa. 


18836 


Chelifarm 


French 


18886 


ChiticaUa 


Cutlery. 


18837 


Chelonitis 


Spanish 


18887 


Chitonio 


Dates. 


18838 


Chelydro 


American 


1S888 


Chlarsaure 


Bussorah 


18839 


Chenalopex 


Cotton. 


18889 


Choaspitis 


Egyptian 


18840 


Chenedolle 


Madras 


18890 


Chocheaste 


Tafilat 


1884X 


Chenepan 


Tinnevelly 


1 889 1 


Choclaran 


Tunis 


18842 


Chenrvotte 


Western 


18892 


Chofrada 


TripoU 


18843 


Cheriscono 


Cocanada 


18893 


Choragium 


Hona 


18844 


Chernibos 


Salem 


18894 


Chorbuch 


Dmgt. 


18845 


Chetme 


Bengal 


18895 


Chorchines 


Aloes 


18846 


Chevillage 


Rangoon 


18896 


Chordapsus 


Hepatic 


18847 


Chevisance 


Scinde 


18897 


Choriambus 


Socotrine 


18848 


Chevroiant 


Australian 


18898 


Chorobates 


Cape 


18849 


Chiamasti 


Tahiti 


18899 


Charolqut 


Barbadoe9 


18850 


Chiappato 


Fiji 


18900 


Charregent 


Ambergris 



PRODUOTS, COMMODITIES, dec. 389 



CoprNo 

18901 
18902 
18903 
18904 
18905 
18906 
18907 
18908 
18909 
18910 
18911 
18912 
18913 
18914 
18915 
18916 
18917 
18918 
18919 
18920 
18921 
18922 
18923 
18924 
18925 
18926 
18927 
18928 
18929 
18930 
1 893 1 
18932 

18933 

18934 

18935 
18936 

18937 

18938 

18939 
18940 

18941 

18942 

18943 
18944 

18945 
18946 

18947 

18948 

18949 

18950 



CoDB Word 

Ckoriinon 

Choupana 

Choutado 

Chremcan 

Chrismado 

Christengo 

Chromgum 

Chromsauer 

Chrysantas 

Chrysippea 

Chrysomda 

Chubascoso 

Chuchamel 

Chucheaba 

Chuchotera 

Chuferia 

Chufletear 

ChuUaran 

Chumhada 

Chungucar 

Chupadella 

Chupatismo 

Chupistado 

Churriento 

Chyiifero 

Ciabatta 

CialtroTU 

Ciambdlo 

Cianfarda 

Ciangolare 

Ciarleria 

Ciarpame 

Ciascuno 

Cibaccolo 

Cibamente 

Ctberuda 

Cibouldte 

Cicaletta 

Cicateaba 

Ciccanione 

Cicerbita 

Cicotudo 

Ciciitaria 

Cicutrema 

Ciecolina 

Cieniopies 

Ci/alone 

Ciferista 

Ciganaria 

Cignaroli 



Iktigs — continued. 
Ambergris, Grey 
Angelica root 
Aniseed star 

German 
Balsam 

Canada 

Capivi 

Peru 

Tolu 
Bark 

Cascarilla 

Peru 

Calsaya flat 
Quill 

Carthagena 
Yellow 

Columbian 

Pitayo 

Red 

Cordurango 

Maracaibo 
Beans, tonquin 
Bucha leaves 
Camomile flowers 
Camphor 

China 

Japan 
Canella alba 
Cantharides 
Cardamoms 

Malabar 

Madras 

Ceylon 
Corosos nuts 
Cassia fistula 
Castor seeds 
Castorum 
China root 
Coculus indicus 
Celocynth 

Apple 

Pulp 
Colombo root 
Cream of Tartar 

French 

Venetian 

Brown 

Grey 
Croton seed 
Cubebs 



CodbNo 

8951 

8952 

8953 

8954 

8955 
8956 

8957 
8958 

8959 
8960 

8961 

8962 

8963 

8964 

8965 

8966 

8967 

8968 

8969 

S970 

8971 

8972 

8973 
8974 

8975 
8976 

8977 
8978 
8979 

8980 
8981 
8982 

8983 
8984 

8985 
8986 

8987 
8988 

8989 

8990 

8991 

8992 

8993 
8994 

8995 
8996 

8997 
8998 

8999 
9000 



Code Word 

Cigoiarono 
Cilav^na 
Cilestrino 
Ciliograde 
Cillerueda 
Cimbiilare 
Cimofane 
Cinabrese 
Cinctlaba 
Cincoaita 
Cinefactus 
Cintracdo 
Cingtmus 
Cingidouro 
Cingimento 
Cingulum 
Cintruntur 
Ciniglia 
Cinoglossa 
Cinosuride 
Cintagordo 
Cintonchio 
Cinturetto 
Ciontperia 
Cioncolare 
Ciondolino 
Cipango 
CtpoUetta 
Ciprigna 
Cirandagem 
CircensicU 
Circinatum 
Circondato 
Circumarat 
Cirtgeto 
Ciridonia 
Cirimanna 
Cirudica 
Cisdaton 
Ciscranna 
Cisdames 
Cismontane 
Cispudane 
Cistdlula 
Citarista 
CUharedo 
Cithdas 
CitruUino 
Cittadone 
Ciurmavaii 



Drags — continued. 
Cummin seed 
Cuscus root 
Divi Divi 

Maracaibo 

Savanilla 

Rio Hache 
Dragon's blood 
Fenugreek seed 
Galangal root 
Gentian root 
Guinea grains 
Hellebore root 
Ipecacuanha 
Jalap 

Vera Cruz 

Tampico 
Juniper berries 
Manna 
Musk 

Tonquin 

Grain 
Myrrh 
Myrabolams 
Nux Vomica 
Oils 

Almond 
Essential 
Expressed 

Aniseed 

Bay 

Bergamot 

Carraway 

Cassia 

Castor 
Calcutta 
Bombay 

Cinnamon 
Leaf 

Citronel 

Clove 

Cod liver 

Croton 

Geranium 

Juniper 

Lavender 

Lemon 
Gross 

Mace 

Neroli 

Nutmeg 



390 PRODUOTS, OOMMODITIES, &c. 



CodbNo 


CoDB Word 


Srngt — amtinued 


CodrNo 


CODB WOBD 




1 900 1 


Civeldade 


Oil, Orange 


19051 


CMsaran 


BatehKetaL 


19002 


Civeiieria 


Otto Roses 


1905 a 


Cohranca 


Dye-itidEL 


19003 


Clamitabat 


Patchouli 


19053 


Qfcarando 


Alkanet root 


19004 


Clamitando 


Peppermint 


19054 


Coc^guento 


Analine oil 


19005 


Clamitareno 


American 


19055 


CoJiaboda 


Annatto 


19006 


Clamponier 


English 


19056 


Cachastro 


Flag 


19007 


Clapotage 


Rosemary 


19057 


Cochifrito 


RoU 


19008 


Clapaierai 


Sasaiias 


19058 


Cochutron 


GaUs 


T9009 


Claramus 


Spearmint 


19059 


Codedbais 


Bussotah 


I90IO 


Ciaratum 


Thyme 


19060 


CocolMs 


China 


I90II 


Clarificus 


Opium 


1 906 1 


Coctanum 


Japan 


T90I2 


Clarigadas 


Turkey 


19062 


Codardigia 


Turkey 


I90I3 


Ciarisanus 


Smyrna 


19063 


CodMUttr 


Madder 


19014 


Clathrate 


Egyptian 


19064 


Cadilungo 


Dutch 


19015 


Clatistrero 


Persian 


19065 


Coepiscope 


Madder root 


I90I6 


Clavataris 


Orris root 


19066 


Cofanetto 


Syra 


I90I7 


Claveiear 


Mogadore 


19067 


Cofradia 


Smyrna 


19018 


Qavigerum 


Patchouli leaves 


19068 


CogefTimno 


Cyprus 


I90I9 


CUonica 


Pellitory root 


19069 


C^ptavtro 


Naples 


19030 


Clepsydra 


Pink root 


19070 


Coglumato 


Bombay 


1 902 1 


Clibanum 


Quassia 


1907 1 


Cttgnitarts 


Munjeet 


19022 


Cliduchus 


Rhatania root 


1907 a 


Cogidario 


Orchella 


19023 


Clientulum 


Rhubarb 


19073 


Cetera 


Guayaquil 


19024 


CHgnerai 


China 


19074 


Ccgupuio 


Angola 


19025 


CHgnotant 


Dutch 


19075 


Cohaesitur 


Zansibar 


19026 


ClinicoruM 


Russian 


19076 


Cohibcntes 


Bombay 


19027 


Clifddion 


Safiron 


19077 


Cohofnbrm 


Lima 


19028 


Cliosophic 


Spanish 


19078 


Cohartalis 


Lisbon 


19029 


Chsiades 


Salep 


19079 


Coitidkar 


Safflower 


19030 


Clistdara 


Sarsaparilla 


19080 


Caitadice 


Bengal 


1 903 1 


Cloacario 


Mexican 


19081 


CojUranco 


Bombay 


19032 


Clocheton 


Para 


19082 


Colamento 


Persian 


19033 


Clopinatnes 


Honduras 


19083 


Colaphisar 


Egyptian 


19034 


Cloiurames 


Jamaica 
Uuayaquil 


19084 


Colaticcio 


Turmeric 


1903s 


Clusinutn 


19085 


Colcheremo 


Bengal 


19036 


Cluthaiite 


Tampico 


19086 


Coltgdbais 


Madras 


19037 


Clypeaium 


Sasafras 


19087 


Cdgadero 


Mahibar 


I903S 


Coacturum 


Scammony 


19088 


Colhedons 


Java 


19039 


Coadjedum 
Coaaunadas 


Virgin 


19089 


Coliacum 


China 


19040 


Senel^ root 


19090 


Coliblanca 


Bombay 


19041 


Coaiabais 


Senna 


1 909 1 


Cdlidimos 


Yellow Berries 


19042 


Coalabando 


Calcutta 


19092 


Colidiste 


Persian 


J 9043 


Coangusto 


Bombay 


19093 


ColificAet 


Turitey 


19044 


Coarctacas 


Tinnevelly 


19094 


Coliiargo 


Earthenware. 


19045 


Coaspemar 


Alexandria 


19095 


CoUabasco 


Brei-_^ 


19046 


Cohardear 


Pods 


19096 


Collacerai 


Sogravisgib 


19047 


Cobdkia 


Squills 


19097 


Collacrymo 


Emery. 


19048 


Cobirieira 


Vanilla 


19098 


CoUatrant 


Stone 


19049 


CobUado 


Wormseed 


19099 


ColHberto 


Cloth 


19050 


CM&ms 


Zedoary 


19100 


Cailuarsi 


Paper 



PRODUCTS, OOMMODITIES, Soo. 3$i 



dbNo 
lOl 

I02 
103 
104 

I OS 
106 

T07 

108 

109 

no 

III 

112 

114 

116 

117 
118 

III9 
II20 
II2I 

»I22 

H23 

>I24 
>I25 
)I26 
>I27 
)T28 
)I29 

)i3o 
)i3i 

)I32 

)i33 
)i34 
)i3S 

ns^ 

>i38 

^^39 
J140 

J141 

J142 

?i43 
?i44 

?i45 
7146 

9H7 
9148 

9149 



CODB WOKD 

Colliculus 
Colliditen 
Cdlliiigar 
Collocarem 
Collubitum 
Coimaiare 
Cohfonia 
Coiombella 
Coiorivano 
Cohsirato 
Coltassero 
Colubrarum 
Coluhrifer 
Comatorius 
ConUmciare 
Combalctcht 
Combarbio 
Combibbia 
Camburemus 
Combustura 
Comecctdor 
Comedendum 
Comedouro 
Comdacaa 
ComiUnuar 
Comitabam 
Cammaculo 
Commeatum 
Comoruba 
Compctdtcer 
Compadrofu 
Compedwit 
Compiliren 
Compinche 
Complaudit 
Comploraio 
Complvvium 
Campodais 
Compondnim 
Comportado 
CompotaHo 
Campradico 
Campransor 
Campundus 
Compungivo 
C&namenium 
Conatorem 
Concamero 
Concastigo 
Conceiebro 



Ergot of B70. 
Esparta 

Pressed bales 

Unpressed bales 
Ethor. 

Sulphuric 
Eztraol. 

Bark 

Logwood 

Malt 
Fans. 
Farina. 
Foatlion. 

Ostrich 

Irish 

Eider down 

Bed 
Fibre. 

Mexican 

Adansonia 

Cokemut 
Figs. 

Turkey 

Eleme 

Natural 

Greek 

Faro 

Denia 

Calamata 

Malaga 

Huelva 
Fidt 

Fresh 

Salted 

Dried 
Fiih-hooki. 
Fishing taokle 
Flu. 

Riga 

Egyptian 

New Zealand 

St Petersburg 

Heckled 
Flowen. 

Artificial 
Fnmitnre. 

New 

Old 

French ehalk. 
FringOL 



CodbNo 



51 
52 
53 
54 

55 
56 

57 
58 

59 
60 

61 

62 

63 
64 

65 
66 

67 

68 

69 

o 

X 

2 



3 

4 

5 
6 

7 
8 

9 
80 

81 

82 

83 
84 

85 
86 

87 
88 

89 
90 

91 
92 

93 
94 

95 
96 

97 
98 

99 
9200 



Code Word 

Concerptum 

Conchabar 

Concharum 

ConchyiiUM 

Candatore 

Condamtto 

Concolaris 

C<mcoquere 

Ccncrepuit 

Concuiiens 

Condalium 

Candecabo 

Condicerem 

Conditanco 

Condoctus 

Condonatus 

Candrillon 

Condurdum 

Condurrite 

Condyloids 

Conestabol 

Cot^erbtdt 

Conficerem 

Confluvium 

Confodiam 

Conjragpso 

Confremito 

Confugitutn 

Confutadar 

Congdarsi 

Cofigeraiur 

Congiado 

Coniroster 

Conjunctus 

Conloabais 

Conombraba 

Conoscente 

Cofiregnato 

Consabedor 

Consagrar 

ComediPtus 

Consepolto 

CoHseptura 

Consobrino 

Consonabat 

Consopito 

Conspergo 

Constrabam 

Consiratum 

Consudasco 



Fringe — continued. 
Cotton 
Silk 
Woollen 



Cubes 
Block 



Oimp. 

Cotton 

Silk 

Woollen 
Ginger. 

Jamaica 

Cochin 

African 

Bengal 

Malabar 

Preserved 
Glass. 

Ware. 

Window 

Plate 

Silvered 

Bottles 

Paper 

Cloth 
Gold.— (See Bullion) 

Ore 

Leaf 

Sticks 

Thread 

Lace 
Grains. 
Graniila. 
Granite. 
Grapes. 

Almeria 

Denia 

Huelva 

Lisbon 

Malaga 
Grayestonet. 
Grease. 

Railway 

Cart 

Lubricating 

Horse 

Sardine 
Grindstones. 
Groats. 



392 PRODUOTS, COMMODITIES, &c. 



CodbNo 

I920I 
19202 
19203 

19204 
19205 
19206 

19207 
19208 
19209 
19210 

1921I 
19212 

19213 

19214 
19215 
19216 
19217 
19218 

•I9219 
19220 

1922I 

19222 

19223 

19224 

19225 

19226 

19227 

19228 

19229 

19230 

19231 

19232 

19233 
19234 

19235 
19236 

19237 
19238 

19239 

19240 

19241 

19242 

19243 
19244 

19245 
19246 

19247 

19248 

19249 
19250 



Code Wokd 

Constidude 

Consutgere 

Cotiiabesco 

Conianunte 

Contarfei 

Contarano 

Contechnor 

Contegnoso 

Conterebat 

Conterimus 

CerUeritur 

Conticesco 

Continctum 

CcnHnebam 

Contiria 

Contondant 

Cmtoneaba 

Cantorques 

Contortula 

Contrafusa 

Conirahent 

Contredat 

Cimtruncai 

Coniuitum 

Coniulisse 

Conturbata 

Convasaban 

Converbtro 

Converram 

Convidum 

Convisstito 

Convitipa 

Cotwivarum 

Convaglia 

Coiwolaba 

ConvomebcU 

Convomitum 

Convoyaban 

Convulruro 

Cooptrculo 

Cooptamus 

Coperchio 

Copertorio 

Capetudas 

Copiadar 

Copiglio 

Copiolarum 

Copparosa 

Coppellare 

CoprUapo 



Onana 

Peruvian 
0am. 

Ammoniacum 

Animi 

Arabic 

Amrad 

Benjamin 

Copal 

Damar 

Euphorbrium 

Gamboge 

Galbanum 

Gedda 

Guaracum 

Kino 

Kowrie 

Lac dye 

Mastic 

Olibanum 

Sandrac 

Seed lac 

Shellac 

Sticklac 

Tragacanth 
Onnny bagi. 
Ouitan. 
Ounfl. — (See Anns) 

Single barreled 

Double barreled 
Oonstooks. 
Oat. 

Cat 

Fish 

Silkworm 
Oatta Peroha. 
Haberdashery. 
Hair. 

River Plate 

Russian 

N. American 

German 

Human 

Horse 

Ox or cow 

Pig , 

Camel 
Curled 
Seating 
Hams, 



JodbN'o ('oi)B Word 



9»Si 
9252 

9253 

9254 

9255 
9256 

9257 

9258 

9259 
9260 

9261 

9262 

9263 

9264 

9265 

9266 

9267 

9268 

9269 

9270 

9271 

9272 

9273 
9274 

9275 
9276 

9277 

9278 

9279 

9280 

9281 

9282 

9283 

9284 
9285 
9286 

9287 
9288 

9289 
9290 
9291 
9292 

9293 
9294 

9295 
9296 

9297 
9298 

9299 
9300 



Coprimento 
Copulabat 
Copuiandum 
Copularono 
Coqueiieat 
Coguinario 
Coraggine 
Corbachada 
Corbellare 
Corbillard 
CorboUno 
Corchabais 
Corchetada 
Corchorus 
Corcobeta 
Cordacwno 
Cordenans 
Cordicina 
Cordignare 
Cordistds 
C^rdobana 
Cordoneria 
Cortgtncia 
Caregrafia 
Coreopsis 
Coriaginis 
Coriambice 
Coriarius 
Coristado 
Comacckia 
Camamusa 
Comicabra 
Comiculum 
Cornipede 
Comudagem 
ComudeUa 
Coranabais 
Corofiavero 
Coronopo 
Corporeato 
Corragum 
Corredda 
Corregiula 
Correptum 
CoTT€tiigefn. 
Comgtnd^ 
Corrimaca 
Corrodatnes 
Corrogabat 
Corragavit 



Amencan 
Westphalia 
York 
Irish 
SanunerL 
With handles 
Without hai^rjfi 



IfftitalliM- 



HarmoBiamL 



HarpoonsL 
Harps. 
HarrowSb 
Hats. 

Straw 

Felt 

SUk 

Hatchets. 1 

Hay. 

New 

Old 
Hemp. 

St Peteisbu/g 

Riga 
Konigsberg 

R India 

Manila 

Sunn 

N. Zealand 

Italian 

Herrings 
Dry smoked 
Salted 
Dutch 

Hide, Ox ft Gov- 
Buenos Avres dn 
B. Ayres 'diysalt«a 
B. Ayres salted 
Monte Video d'V 
M. Video drysalted 
Mte, A^deo salted 
Rio Grande dry 
R.GrandedrysaJ^^ 
Rio Grande salted 
Brazil dry 
Brazil diysalted 
Brazil salted 
W. India dry 



PRODUOTS, COMMODITIES, &c 



393 



odbNo 

9301 

9302 

9303 
9304 
9305 

9306 

9307 
9308 

9309 
9310 

93" 
9312 

9313 
9314 

9315 
9316 

9317 

9318 

93^9 
9320 

9321 

9322 

9323 

9324 

9325 
9326 

9327 
9328 

9329 
9330 
9331 
9332 
9333 
9334 

9335 
9336 

9337 
9338 
9339 
9340 
9341 
9342 

9343 
9344 

9345 
9346 

9347 
9348 
9349 
9350 



Code Wosd 

Corrotundo 
Corsaresco 
Corsecato 
Coriadores 
Cartafuego 
Cortapdos 
Corticosus 
Carticulum 
Cartidores 
Cortinarum 
Coruscabas 
Coruscorum 
Carvabamos 
Corvetraba 
CorydcUine 
Coryphena 
Coscarana 
Cosechaba 
Coseduro 
Cosinaccio 
Cosmianum 
CosmoltUfio 
Cosmolatry 
Cosparso 
CostcUeira 
Costarella 
CostiUudo 
Costolone 
Costrengir 
Costribais 
Costumagem 
Cotalche 
Cotanhilo 
Cothumctdo 
Cotidianus 
Coiisames 
Cotoneum 
Coionidla * 
Cotoveiada 
Cotuferas 
Couceador 
Coudeiana 
CouUwure 
Courbement 
CoiHuhuela 
Covanilla 
Coverchio 
Ccvidigia 
Cavinarius 
Cramponado 



Ox& 

(Cow) — contd, 
W. India drysalted 
W. India salted 
£. India dry 
£. India diysalted 
£. India salted 
Australian dry 
Australian drysaltd 
Australian salted 
Cape dry 
Cape drysalted 
Cape salted 
Continental dry 

ContinenUl drysaltrd 

Continental salted 
English dry 
English salted 

Hides, BafE&lo. 
Bengal brined 
Bengal drysalted 
Singapore brined 
Singapore drysalted 
Calcutta brined 
Calcutta drysalted 
Batavia brined 
Batavia drysalted 
Manila bnned 
Manila drysalted 

Hides, Horse. 
River Plate dry 
River Plate salted 
Russian dry 
Russian salted 

Hides, Kips. 
Cape dry 
Cape drjrsalted 
Cape bnned 
K India dry 
E. India drysalted 
£. India brined 
Russian dry 
Russian drysalted 
Russian brined 

Hollow ware. 

Hooft. 

Hoops. 
Wood 
Iron 

Hooks. 
Fish. 

Hooks and eyes. 



:odeNo 

9351 
9352 

9353 
9354 

9355 
9356 

9357 

9358 

9359 
9360 

9361 

9362 

93^3 

9364 

9365 
9366 

9367 
9368 

9369 
9370 
9371 
9372 

9373 
9374 

9375 
9376 

9377 
9378 

9379 
9380 

9381 
9382 

9383 
9384 

9385 
9386 

9387 
9388 

9389 
9390 
9391 
9392 

9393 

9394 

9395 

9396 

9397 

9398 

9399 
9400 



CJODB Wosd 

Crapularutn 
Craquelin 
Crascitais 
Craticula 
Cravelina 
Cravoaria 
Creanomia 
Crebanase 
Crebrcsco 
Crecerelle 
Credevano 
Credidisti 
Cremaillon 
Crepabunt 
Cr^idarum 
Crepitabat 
Crepitarem 
CrepoUamo 
Crfpudina 
Crepundios 
CrescevoU 
Crestardo 
Criaduela 
Cribariun 
Cridabais 
Criminosum 
Crinitaras 
Crinoidean 
Crisocolla 
Crispadura 
Crispando 
Cristicolo 
Criticando 
Critophago 
Crocatorum 
Crochetage 
Crocifero 
Crocimum 
Crollatina 
Crotatarin 
Crotoneum 
Crotorando 
CrousiiUe 
Cruciants 
CrucifertiS 
Crudtleito 
Crudissimo 
Cruintare 
Cruschello 
Crustumcri 



Honey. 

Narbonne 

Cuba 

Jamaica 

Chilian 

Wild 
Hops. 

Kent 

Surrey 

Worcester 

Farnham 

Bavarian 

Belgian 

American 

Yearlings 

Old old 
Horns. 

S. American cow 

S. American ox 

Cape 

Australian 

R India buffalo 

£. India deer 

£. India tips 
Hurdles. 
Ice. 

Images. 
Incense. 
India rubber. 

Para 

Central America 

Assam 

Pegu 

Penang 

Madagascar 

Ceara 

Africa 

Negro head 
Indigo. 

Bengal 

Madras 

Oude 

Kurpah 

Guatemala 

New Granada 
Ink. 

Printing 

Writing 
Iron. 

Ore. 



394 



PRODUOTS, COMMODITIES, iec 



CODBNo 

9401 
9402 

9403 
9404 

9405 
[9406 

9407 

9408 

9409 

9410 

941I 

9412 

9413 
9414 

9415 
9416 

9417 
9418 

9419 

9420 

9421 

9422 

9423 
9424 

9425 
9426 

9427 

9428 

9429 

9430 

9431 
9432 

9433 

9434 

9435 

9436 

9437 

9438 

9439 
9440 

9441 

9442 

9443 
9444 

9445 
9446 

9447 
9448 

9449 
9450 



Code Wobd 

Crypiarum 
Cuantimas 
Cuartegcu 
Cuatropean 
Cubantihus 
CubiUtero 
Cubrecama 
Cucharada 
Cttchichean 
Cuchitra 
Cucurbita 
Cuedasen 
Cudlicida 
CuerdecUo 
Cugifwmo 
Ctdattario 
Cuibatames 
Culdtdla 
Culcusido 
Culearium 
CuUbrinm 
Culirotas 
Culpavisu 
Culteranas 
CuiHparlo 
Culturaba 
Cumatilis 
Cumguibus 
Cumulavero 
Cunctaniem 
Cunnaderio 
Cupidineus 
Cupressina 
Cuprifero 
Curabilita 
Curadestri 
CurasneUa 
Curculione 
Curiandolo 
Curupaina 
CurvUifuo 
Curvipede 
CuspUdra 
Cuvdage 
DaedcUtan 
Dcugnerons 
Damtgiana 
Damnabitur 
Damnaiario 
Danaresco 



Iron — continued. 

Bars 

Rails 

Chairs 

Fish Plates 

Sheet 

Boiler plates 

Armour plates 

Nail rods 

Hoop 

Tubes 

Wire 

Bolts 

Nuts 

Scree's 

Galvanized 

Gahramaed sheet flat 
Gelv. sheet oornigated 

Galvanised hoop 

Galvanized bolts' 

Galvanized nuts 

Galvanized screws 

Old iron 

Old scrap iron 
lifnglaas. 

£. India 

W. India 

Brazil 

Astrachan 

Russian 
Ivory. 

£. India 

Zanzibar 

Gaboon 

Angola 
Japan. 

Ware 
Jet 

Ornaments 
Jewellery. 

Gold 

Mock 

Vulcanite 

Jutai 
Cutting 
Rejections 
Fibre 
Yam 
Bleached 



CodrNo 

9451 
9452 
94S3 
9454 
9455 
9456 

9457 

9458 

9459 
9460 

9461 

9462 

9463 
9464 

9465 
9466 

9467 

9468 

9469 

9470 

9471 
9472 

9473 
9474 

9475 
9476 

9477 
9478 

9479 
9480 

9481 

948a 

9433 
9484 

9435 
9486 

9487 

9488 

9489 

9490 

9491 
949a 

9493 
9494 

9495 
9496 

9497 
9498 

9499 
9500 



Cods Wobd 

Dancaddra 
Dancarino 
Dantaiare 
Dansaremv 
D&randda 
Darbiden 
Dardanario 
Dasypodis 
Deadnahis 
Dealbamas 
Deambulart 
Dearmandus 
DebacchaU 
DdfoHdico 
DebeUamus 
Debdlarum 
Debitiren 
Ddfolminto 
Ddfrutirtu 
Ddmxador 
Decacordo 
Decantatum 
Dfcauiesco 
Deadeuano 
Decempedts 
Dedfirino 
Dedpiendo 
Dtdmbus 
DecoUabit 
DecoUarem 
Decorstntr 
Decrdaste 
Decrdoris 
DecuUabat 
DecuUando 
Decu$nano 
Demriado 
Decurianis 
Decurtatum 
Dedecdur 
Dedignado 
Dedocebam 
Dedoidbat 
Deductndos 
Did%ixeruni 
Drfalcarem 
Defeasance 
Deferla$nes 
Defervesco 
D^discor 



Yam, Unbksdl 



Gold 

Silver 

aik I 

Cotton thread , 

Maltese 

Honiton 

Bnissds 

Irish 



American 
Latha. 



Ore 

Pig . 
Spam^ 

Sheet 

Shot 

Piping 

Tubes 

White 

Red 

Letharge 

Laatiiar. 
English butts 
Australian butts 
Foreign butts 
Crop bellies 
Crop shouldes 
Hides shaved 
Hides dressu^ 
Calfskins 
Kips, £. Imlia 
Horse hides 
English 
River Plate 

Leeohea. 

LemoBi. 
Oporto 
Lisbon 
Mala^ 
Messuia 
Naples 
Palermo 

Lenum Jviee. 



PRODUOTS, COMMODITIES, &;c. 



395 



No 



CODB WOSD 

Defiabamos 
Definarano 
Defixerat 
Deflagrate 
jyefleveroM 
Deftexurus 
Defioccaia 
Deflorando 
ifefhrarem 
JDefloriamo 
Defardani 
Defractum 
Defraldar 
Defrenatus 
Defrutaria 
Defulguro 
Defumadura 
Defungas 
Defuturum 
D^agerons 
D^amimes 
Degastaba 
D^lubitur 
Deglupiwn 
Degolador 
Degrevions 
JDegringole 
Digustabor 
Defemplase 
Defuchions 
Defundutn 
Defuuando 
Delacrimo 
Delampiero 
Ddantares 
DeUctamur 
Deledibus 
Delegandum 
Dekgiren 
Delesabas 
De^adillo 
Delibuius 
Delimarono 
DelirabeU 
Delagtant 
Delongador 
Deiuebant 
Delumbados 
Demenagera 
Demergendo 



Lioorioa 

Root 
Turkey 
Spanish 
Navarra 
Paste, Spanish 

Italian 
Sticks, Spanish 
Italian 
Lime. 

juice. 
Pickled. 
Linen. 
Yam 
Thread 
Drills 
Liqaen.-(Se6 Cordiais) 
Loam. 
Lodki. 

Locomotives. 
Loontt beans. 
Lnoifen. 
Common English 
Common Swedish 
Swedish safety 

Bryant ft May's safety 

Bell and Black's 
Luggage. 
Lumber. 
Macaroni 

Genoa 

Naples 
Hace 

Penang 

Dutch 

W. India 

Singapore 

Batavia 
Machinery. 

Agricultural 

Railway 

Naval 
Malt 
Manganete. 

Ore 

Manure. 
Mapa 

Charts 
Marble. 
MarL 



CodbNo 



I 



9551 

9552 

9553 

9554 

9555 

9556 

9557 

9558 

9559 
9560 

9561 
9562 

9563 

9564 

9565 
9566 

9567 
9568 

9569 
9570 
9571 
9572 

9573 
9574 

9575 
9576 

9577 
9578 

9579 
9580 

9581 
9582 

9583 
9584 

9585 
9586 

9587 
9588 

9589 

9590 

9591 

9592 

9593 

9594 

9595 

9596 

9597 

9598 

9599 
9600 



CoDB Word 



Demersimus 
Demigabais 
Demigando 
Demigramur 
Dtmitigor 
Demolirend 
Demolwamo 
Demortuam 
Demuldum 
Demutilare 
Denarrabat 
Denasato 
Denasceris 
Dendrophis 
Dendrqplex 
Denecampus 
Denegrecer 
Denodiamo 
Denotantem 
Denotavero 
Densantur 
Dentalibus 
Dentiscalp 
DefUratnbos 
Denuptum 
Deopertum 
Depaciscar 
Deparadar 
Departager 
JDepascitur 
Depedunt 
Depenicar 
Deperitura 
Depestorum 
Dipingeris 
Depiandum 
DepUvimus 
Deplutum 
Depolimes 
Deportabit 
JDiportaretn 
D^recanea 
Depredaste 
Depreiiiuto 
Deprimitis 
Deprompsit 
Deprunaba 
Dfpt^narem 
Deputgatus 
Deputarono 



Marmalade. 
Mathematical insts. 
Mats. 

Cargo 

Dunnage 

Archangel 

China 
Mattressea 

Straw 

Fibre 

Wool 

MeaL— (See Com) 
Meat 

Fresh 

Salted 

Smoked 

Preserved 
Medals. 

Gold 

Silver 

Bronze 
Medicines. 
Melons. 

Malta 

Spanish 
MetaL 

Muntz yellow 

Yellow 

BeU 

Dutch . 
Mica. 
Milk. 

Fresh 

Condensed 
Millboard. 
Millinery. 

Silk 

Cotton 
MineraL 

Ore 

Oil 
Mirrors. 

In frames 

Without frames 
Molasses. 

B. W. India 

Cuba 

Australian 

Trinidad 

Barbadoes 



396 



PRODUOTS, COMMODITIES, &a 



CodbNo 

1 960 1 
19602 
19603 
19604 
19605 
19606 
19607 
19608 
19609 
19610 
19611 
19612 

1 961 3 
19614 

19615 

19616 

19617 

19618 

19619 

19630 

1 962 1 

19622 

19623 

19624 

19625 
19626 

19627 

19628 

19629 

19630 

19631 

19632 
19633 
19634 
19635 
19636 

19637 

19638 
19639 

19640 

19641 

19642 

^9643 
19644 

19645 
19646 

19647 

19648 

19649 

19650 



CoDB Word 

Deraidimes 
Dcrelictum 
Deriserunt 
Dermologia 
Derogabile 
DeragatHuno 
DerompicLs 
Deronchase 
Derranchan 
Derrochaba 
Derumpitur 
Derupturus 
Desabalado 
Desabracar 
Dcscuerbur 
Desacoimar 
Desafaitnar 
Desafinado 
Desagastar 
Desagitase 
DescJiogaba 
DesaMais 
Desalinnan 
Desalterem 
Desamcroso 
Desaruarar 
Desaparean 
Desaplumar 
Desapossar 
Desapresto 
Desargente 
Dtsartnaban 
Dcsarrope 
DesatTufar 
Desastaba 
Desataran 
Desatasque 
Desataviar 
Disatantar 
Dtsatrdar 
Desaturdo 
Desavenca 
Desayudan 
Desbagaba 
Desbaratar 
Disbocaria 
Desbadigar 
Desbombar 
Desbravado 
DesbrifUixr 



HohuMea — €onimued. 

Antigua 

Demerara 

Porto Rico 

St Vincent 
Mops. [Shells) 

Mottier^f-Pearl.(See 
Hoshrooms. 
MuBliii. 
Hntton. 

Fresh 

Preserved 
Houldingt. 

Gilt 

Plain 
Musical boxes. 
Musical instnunentr 
Musical strings 
Hi^iliiha 

Crude 

Refined 
Heedles. 
Heedlework. 
Hight lights. 
Hitre cubic. 
Hitrasoda. 
Huts. 

Brazil 

Chestnuts 

Cashew 

Barcelona 

Spanish 

Turkey 

Filberts 

Messina 

Walnuts 

Coker 

Ground 

Betel 

Palm 

Sepucaia 
Nutmegs. 

Penang 

Batavia 

W. India 
Oakum. 
Ochre. 
Oils.--<See Drugs) 

Fish Oil 
Sardine 
Sperm 



CodbNo 

9651 
9652 

9653 
9654 

9655 
9656 

9657 
9658 

9659 
9660 

9661 

9662 

9663 

9664 

9665 
9666 

9667 

9668 

9669 

9670 

9671 

9672 

9673 
9674 

9675 
9676 

9677 
9678 

9679 
9680 

9681 

9682 

9683 

9684 

9685 

9686 

9687 

9688 

9689 

9690 

9691 

9692 

9693 

9694 

9695 
9696 

9697 
9698 

9699 

9700 



I 



CoDB Word 

Descabecar 

Descalabra 

Descambiar 

Descafiaran 

Descaptuho 

Descarpira 

Dtscasaban 

Descatwar 

Desubaron 

Descerviga 

Desciturus 

Desdavais 

Dcscoberta 

DacogisU 

Descotnedir 

Desc&ronan 

Dacriptum 

Desaumos 

Descularan 

Descukmos 

Desdedras 

Desdtnaron 

Desdoblan 

Desdoraria 

Desdormido 

Dtsechabas 

Daemplira 

Desemptdga 

Desenabais 

Desencanto 

Desencepar 

Desenfado 

Desffigruda 

Destfdodar 

DeserUolda 

Desenvolta 

DisertfiTum 

Desfleeaba 

De^orido 

Desfogaren 

Desfotidase 

Desfrada^o 

Desfrailan 

Des/undar 

Dagctiador 

Desgancho 

Desgarban 

Desgradan 

Desgramara 

Deshabitar 



Fish,N1doaiX 
Wbale 



Sbaik 
Vegetable qQ 
Cotton cTujc 
Refined 

Rape 

Rubsen 

Unsetd 

Cocoa Dd 
Cochin 
Ceylon 
Sydney 

Olive 

Gallipoli 

Gioja 

Seville 

Malaga 

Messina 

Mogadore 

Levant 
Palm 
Lagos 

Windward 

Palm nut keff 
Lard oil 
Coal oil 

Crude 

Refined 
Neatsfoot 
Lubricating 
Petroleum 

Crade 

Refined 

Spirit 
Ground nut 
Gingellj 
OUcfl&e. 
Linseed 

American 

London 

Marseilles 
Cottonseed 

London 

American 
Rapeseed 

Danubian 

Rubsen 
Nut cakes 



PRODUOTS, COMMODITIES, &o. 



397 



tSo 


CoDB Word 




CodbNc 


Code Wosd 




31 


Deshdfran 


Oiloloib. 


19751 


Dcsvenosas 


Peaohes. 


02 


Deshinchan 


Onions. 


19752 


Desifiarono 


American 


33 


Deshospedo 


Oporto 


19753 


Desvirtuar 


Lisbon 


34 


Designamus 


Lisbon 


19754 


Desyemase 


Pears. 


05 


Desimpedir 


Bordeaux 


19755 


Detardanca 


Bordeaux 


o6 


DesinavaU 


Dutch 


19756 


Deiergatur 


Havre 


07 


Despieham 


English 


19757 


Deterrdfot 


Lisbon 


o8 


Desirmanar 


Valentia 


19758 


Detexeram 


Oporto 


09 


Deslabono 


Opera Glasses. 


19759 


Detonarem 


Jersey 


10 


Deslastrar 


Oranges. 


19760 


Detondemur 


Pepper. 


II 


Deslavaban 


St Michael's 


19761 


Detrahunt 


Singapore black 


12 


Deslmdear 


Oporto 


19762 


Dettalura 


Singapore white 


13 


Desligado 


Lisbon 


19763 


Devergonde 


Penang black 


»4 


Deslindar 


Malaga 


19764 


Deviamente 


Penang white 


15 


Deshmabas 


Palermo 


19765 


Deinndtur 


Malabar black 


16 


Deslomaren 


Seville sours 


19766 


Devocabor 


Malabar white 


17 


Deslumbrar 


Seville china 


19767 


Druolabam 


Tellichery black 


18 


Desmayaba 


Naples 


19768 


Devolatole 


Tellichery white 


19 


Desnudrian 


Terceini 


19769 


Devortium 


Zanzibar 


20 


Desmdaron 


Fayal 


19770 


Dextrorsum 


Zanzibar pod 


21 


Desm^mos 


Faro 


19771 


Diabliposa 


Zanzibar long 


22 


Dfsmwlada 


Ayamonte 


19772 


Diabhnmo 


Perftunery. 


23 


Desmochan 


Huelva 


'9773 


Diabrotico 


Petrolenm-<See ou.) 


24 


Desmugrase 


Vallareal 


19774 


Diacanthus 


Phosphoma 


25 


Demagora 


Valencia 420 


19775 


Diacodium 


Stick 


26 


Desnarcisa 


Valencia 490 


19776 


Diaoistica 


Blocks 


27 


Desnerv€uio 


Valencia 560 


19777 


Diadematus 


Piassaya. 


28 


Desoldamus 


Orange PeeL 


19778 


Diagridio 


Bahia 


29 


Dtsordiste 


Orohella.— (See Dye 


19779 


Diandrian 


Para 


30 


Despabilar 


Ore. [stuffs) 


19780 


Diapenidio 


Pianoa 


31 


Desparcian 


Organs. 


19781 


Diaporesis 


Grand 


32 


Despilaro 


Oysters. 


19782 


Diaschisma 


Cottage 


33 


Desplanaba 


British 


19783 


Diascordio 


Piekles. 


34 


Desplegar 


American 


19784 


Diathermal 


Pietores. 


35 


Despobiais 


French 


19785 


Diatrelum 


With frames 


36 


Desposorio 


Paddy. 


19786 


Diboscando 


Without frames 


37 


Despremian 


Paint 


19787 


Dibrancato 


Pimento. 


38 


Despretum 


Dry 


19788 


Dicctsterio 


Pina 


'39 


Despuendus 


Mixed with oil 


19789 


Dichoreus 


Pine Applea 
W. India 


40 


Darahotar 


Palm leaves. 


19790 


Dicrudare 


41 


Desrostrar 


Nut kernels 


19791 


Dictamenes 


St. Michael's 


'42 


Dessaharar 


Paper. 


19792 


Didrachmar 


American 


43 


Dtstemido 


Writing 


'9793 


Diffandere 


African 


44 


Destinamus 


Printing 


19794 


Diffugitum 


Pipea 


45 


Destorcia 


Letter 


19795 


Diffundunt 


F^rthenware drain 


46 


Destrocado 


Hangings 


19796 


Difrenare 


Clay tobacco 


47 


Destrunfar 


Packing 


19797 


Digerames 


Wood tobacco. 


48 


Desurdiria 


Bags 


19798 


Digeruntur 




49 


Desvairado 


Parasols. 


19799 


D^tulutn 


Imitatioa mcerschanm 


50 


Desvastiga 


Pasteboard. 


19800 


Digiadiar 


Pitch. Uobacco 



398 


PRODUCTS, COMMODITIES 


, &c. 


CodbNo 


CODB WOBD 

DigtuUurum 


Piteh — €animued 
British 


CodbNo 
i 19851 


CODB WOSD 

Disci/rare 


Baisifis— >^8s^nL. 


I980I 


Sultanas 


19802 


Dignotum 


Archangel 


1985* 


Disduserit 


Malaga 


19803 


DigrumaU 


Plaiter. 


19853 


Discalpaio 


KackSmjnsL 


19804 


DUabenttm 


Plated ware. 


19854 


Di5€oprire 


-Pof^^^i. 


19805 


DUapsum 


Playing cards. 


19855 


Discrasia 


Begulus^tfAntiBB 


19806 


DUaviamo 


Plums. 


19856 


Discrepino 


Bibbona 


19807 


Dilibrani 


Imperials 


19857 


Discropsia 


Silk 


19808 


Diliscare 


Bordeaux 


19858 


Discubitum 


Velvet 


19809 


Diiungare 


Bosnia 


19859 


Discuneata 


Bioe. 


I98IO 


Ditnadesco 


Lisbon 


19860 


Disaitivd 


Carolina 


I981I 


Dimboviia 


Salonica 


19861 


Disenabais 


Aiiacan 


I98I2 


Diminuindo 


Plumbago. 


19862 


Diseredaio 


Java 


I98I3 


Dimodoche 


German 


19863 


Disfarcado 


Patna 


I98I4 


Dtmarsanda 


Ceylon 


19864 


Disfoglw 


Rangoon 


I98I5 


DmanderU 


Pomegraaates 


19865 


Disfrenaio 


Bassein 


I98I6 


Dinerismo 


Lisbon 


19866 


Disfrodare 


Madias 


1 981 7 


Ditiodando 


Malaga 


19867 


Disgambart 


Siam 


1 98 18 


Diobdaris 


Valencia 


19868 


Disimparo 


Ballam 


19819 


Diotarum 


Poreehdn. 


19869 


DisinftfUo 


Bengal 


19820 


Dipanarono 


Pork. 


19870 


Dislagart 


Moulmem 


19821 


Dipiniura 


Fresh 


1 987 1 


Dismagiio 


Saigon 


19822 


Dipiastama 


Mess 


1987 a 


Dismontino 


BieeMeaL 


19823 


Dipondium 


Potatoes. 


19873 


Disnidarsi 


Bope. 


19824 


Dtpartara 


Lisbon 


19874 


Dtspaccato 


Hemp 


19825 


Dipurgando 


Dutch 


19875 


Dispalahis 


Coir 


19826 


Diradicare 


English 


19876 


Dispargido 


BotiB. 


19827 


Dtrandeila 


Iri& 


19877 


Dispendhtm 


French 


19828 


Diribitore 


Potato flour. 


19878 


DtspermoHS 


American 


19829 


Dirigendus 


Poultry. 


19879 


Dispignaio 


Saddlery. 


19830 


Dirikmao 


Alive 


19880 


Dtsplodunt 


Sago. 


19831 


Dirimenda 


Dead 


19881 


Dtspanedor 


Pearl 


19832 


Dirimpeito 


Precious stones. 


19882 


Disprunino 


Flour 


19833 


Dirogando 


Preserros. 


19883 


Disptderat 


Salt 


19834 


Dircvinare 


Prints. 


19884 


Dispundus 


Common 


1983s 


Dirumparis 


Prunes. 


19885 


Disramare 


Bay 


19836 


Dirupinata 


Bordeaux 


19886 


Disruptum 


Rock 


19837 


Disabitare 


German 


19887 


Dissipabd 


Cake 


19838 


Disagevole 


Pumice stone. 


19888 


Distabesco 


Irish lumps 


19839 


Disalbergo 


Putty. 


19889 


DisHrpare 


Prussian 


19840 


Disatnaiore 


QuidbnlYor. 


19890 


Diskmirm 


SaltpotNL 


1984 1 


Disamoroso 


Quinine. 


1 989 1 


Distringas 


Refined 


19842 


Disanteras 


Bags. 


19892 


Disudiremc 


Ground 


19843 


DUarmonia 


Wool 


19893 


Disunarsi 


Rough 


19844 


Disasprere 


Cotton 


19894 


Disifariaio 


Ben^ 


19845 


Disbarbato 


Linen 


19895 


Disvolgere 


Bombay 


19846 


Disbrigare 


Baisins. 


19896 


Ditalasso 


Kuirachee 


19847 


Disbuffare 


Valencia 


19897 


DitrigHfo 


Sardines 


19848 


Discaduto 


Belvidere 


19898 


Diitongare 


Satin. 


19849 


Discapito 


Chesme 


19899 


Divagando 


Saucea. 


19850 


Discavalco 


Eleme 


19900 


Divampino 


Sawdust 



PRODUOTS, COMMODITIES. &o. 



399 



» 


CoDB Word 




CodrNo 


CoDB Word 




Z>ivedivate 


Seanres. 


1 995 1 


Echevinage 




JDivenditum 


Sealing wax. 


19952 


EcMnopus 




Z>ividitare 


Seedi. 


19953 


Ecligmatis 




ZHvoratura 


Canary 


19954 


Eclogarius 




JDobladUla 


Carraway 


19955 


Ecouvillon 




jDobradtca 


English 


19956 


Ectrapelus 




Dochemus 


German 


19957 


Ectropium 




Dodecagon 


Coriander 


19958 


Edacissimo 




jDodraniaie 


Clover 


19959 


Edematose 




jDoiabrahis 


English red 


19960 


Edifichino 




Z>olcemefUe 


English white 


1 996 1 


Ediscantuf 




jDoIiolum 


Dutch red 


19962 


Edormiscat 




JDomabUe 


Dutch white 


19963 


Educavero 




jDomrfactus 


Cotton 


19964 


Edulcorrar 




jDominorum 


Fennel 


19965 


Edulium 




Donabamus 


Gingelly 


19966 


Effandum 




i>ondolona 


Hemp 


1 996 7 Effarouche 




JDorenavant 


linseed 


19968 


Efferantur 




Z>oriceisus 


Azov 


19969 


Effiloche 




Z>ormissero 


Black Sea 


19970 


Ejfingitur 




Dorydnium 


Calcutta 


1997 1 


Efflebam 




Z>oiaviss€ 


Bombay 


19972 


Effleveras 


( 


JDouiorando 


Egyptian 


19973 


Effocantur 


. 


JDovechesia 


St. Petersburg 


19974 


Effractura 




Dracuncuio 


Archangel 


19975 


Effrenatus 


1 


Dragumma 


Riga 


19976 


Effundebat 


f 


JDraudacum 


Millet 


19977 


Efimerides 


t 


Dringolare 


Mustard 


19978 


Efurdon 




Dropadsmo 


White 


19979 


Egagropila 




Droudaria 


Brown 


19980 


Egestatem 




Drtddarum 


Niger 


1 998 1 


EgUopical 




Drupaceons 


Poppy 


19982 


Egoismar 




DvbHabiU 


£. India 


19983 


Egredimdo 




Ducalmentt 


Rape 


19984 


Egriliard 




Zhuenariiis 


Black Sea 


19985 


Egritudine 




Ductoribus 


Danube 


19986 


Egrotante 


7 


Dulcecenie 


Calcutta 


19987 


Ejecticius 


S 


Duodenario 


Madras 


19988 


Ejulabam 


9 


Dupondtus 


Bombay 


19989 


Ejunddus 





Duriconus 


Scinde 


19990 


Elacatena 


I 


Ebarbant 


Sesame 


1 999 1 


Elargirons 


2 


Eblanditus 


Tares 


19992 


Elecampane 


3 


Eboratum 


English 


'9993 


Eligidium 


4 


Ebriativo 


Scotch 


19994 


ElegimetUo 


5 


Ebumeolum 


Teel 


19995 


EUmosina 


6 


Edfolades 


Semolina. 


19996 


Elettorale 


7 


Rccaproiic 


Sewing Hachines. 


19997 


Elevarono 


8 


Echacantos 


Newton Wilson's 


19998 


Eleveresii 


9 


Echancrure 


Singer's 


19999 


Eliotropo 


.0 


Echaudoir 


Thomas's 


20000 


Eiiguescit 

1 



[continued 
Sewing Maehines — 
Wheeler Wilson's 
Wilcocks & Gibbs 
Shawls. 
Shells. 
Cowries Maldives 

Dacca 

Cuttack 

Common 

Blue 

Black 

White 
Bullmouth 
Helmet 
Tiger 
Sun 

Greensnail 
Pink conks 
Rough 
Mother-of-Pearl 

Manila 

Bombay 

Panama 

Tahiti 

Australian 
Tortoise 

Manila 

K India 

W. India 
Shirts. 



Shoes. 

Men's 

Women's 

Boys' 

Girls' 
Shocks. 

Pipe or butt 

Hogshead 

Quarter cask 

Puncheon 
Shnmac. 

Sicily 

Spanish 

Tyrolese 
SUk. 

K India 

China 

China thrown 

Canton 

Japan 



400 



PRODUOTS, COMMODITIES. &c 



CodeNo 

2000I 
20002 
20003 
20004 
20005 
20006 
20007 
20008 
20009 
20010 
2001 1 
20012 
20013 
20014 
20015 
20016 
20017 
20018 
20019 
20020 
20021 
20022 
20023 
20024 
20025 
20026 
20027 
20028 
20029 
20030 
20031 
20032 
20033 
20034 
20035 
20036 
20037 
20038 
20039 
20040 
20041 
20042 
20043 
20044 
20045 
20046 
20047 
20048 
20049 
20050 



Code Wobd 

Elisinnte 
Elitropio 
ElUnbogm 
Ellipsoid 
ElUptisch 
Elocutoria 
Elogiador 
Elucidames 
Eluctando 
Elucubrato 
Elumbated 
Eluxaius 
Elerum 
Elytropia 
Emailliren 
Emafiadtro 
Eman€issero 
Emanatura 
Emanavamo 
Emanerebbt 
Ematologia 
EmbtueSar 
Etnbacharan 
Embadumar 
Embaimento 
Embalancar 
Embaldosar 
Emballiren 
Etnbalsado 
EmbcUutnen 
Embarbecer 
Embargador 
Embargante 
Embameces 
Embasbacar 
Embatiese 
Embauchoir 
Embaumant 
Embausana 
Embebdan 
Embeguine 
Embelenan 
Embeodaba 
Embtraba 
Emberando 
Embesogne 
Embestunan 
Embetagar 
Embetumar 
Embicador 



: — carUimud, 

Italian 

Italian thrown 

Bnitia 

Persian 
SilYer.-(See Bullion) 

Thread 

Lace 

Leaf 

Ore 
Skuifl. 

Badger 

Bear 

Beaver 

Blesbok 

Cat 

Calf 
Danish salted 
Danish dry 
German salted 
German dry 
Dutch salted 
Dutch dry 
Russian ^ted 
Russian dry 

Chinchilla 

Deer 
E. India 
Guatemala * 
N. American 

Duck 

Ermine 

Emu 

Fisher 

Fox 

Geese 

Grdbe 

Gull 

Goat 
Cape 
£. India 
Mogadore 
Swiss 
Norway 

Heron 

Hare 

iCebird 

Kangaroo 

Kid 
Italian 
Tuscan 



CodbNo Word Code j Skins ceRt 

20051 Embigada 

20052 EmbUletar 

20053 Embirranle 

20054 Embobaria 

20055 Embodaran 

20056 Emboldriar 

20057 Embolismic 

20058 Embamgaba 

20059 Emboscada 

20060 Emboiadura 

20061 Embavedar 

20062 Embozabais 

20063 Embranchez 

20064 Embravaran 

20065 Embravecer 

20066 Embrechar 

20067 Etnbretido 

20068 Embriasm 

20069 Embracamos 

20070 Embrollaba 

20071 Embroquda 

20072 Embrutear 

20073 Embucado 

20074 Embudasen 

20075 Embudique 

20076 EmbusUar 
200 7 7 Embtdidura 

20078 Emdgaba 

20079 Emdgaste 

20080 Emermtur 
2 008 1 Enter gevaie 

20082 Emerseram 

20083 Emetrophia 

20084 Emhastado 

20085 Emisferico 

20086 Emissarium 

20087 Emmagrecer 

20088 Emmareado 

20089 Emtnarlotar 

20090 Emmerling 

20091 EmmonUuar 

20092 Emostaiico 

20093 Empachoso 

20094 Empacoiar 

20095 Empadrmian 

20096 Empalcmado 

20097 Empallecer 

20098 Empalcmaa 

20099 Empanacher 

20100 Empanditiar 



/ 



Kid, E. iLi^i 
Ancona 

Naples 

Roman 

Sicily 

Trieste 

Spanish 
Kohnski 
Lamb 

Italian 

Toscan 

Ancona 

Naples 

Roman 

Sidly 

Trieste 

Spanish 

Turkey 

South Ameb 

Lri^bon shni 
Leopard 
Lion 
Lynx 
Marten 
Marten tails 
Monkey 

African 
Musquash 
Minx 
Mutria 
Oppossum 
Rabbit 
Sheep 

Vicuna 

Buenos A}Tes 

Australian 

Mogadore 

Smyrna 

Spsuiish 

Pelts, dry 

Salted 
Sable 

Russian 

Indian 
Seal 

Newfoundhcii 

Greenland 

Australian 
Squirrel 
Swan 



PRODUCTS, COMMODITIES, &c. 



401 



»DsNo CODB Word 

> I o I Empantufar 

^ 1 02 Empapiroia 

3 1 03 Empapucado 

i>io4 Emparchen 

o X 05 Empascoar 

z> 1 06 Empatadera 

0107 Empavcsad 

0108 Empavorece 
c^io9 Empedecia 
Olio Empeguntad 
o 1 1 1 Empdada 
o 1 1 2 Empelas^ar 
o 1 1 3 Etnpdotiisse 
01 14 Emptnctchar 
o 1 1 5 Empeneque 

: o 1 1 6 Empepinado 
!Oii7 Empemad 
toii8 Emperiigar 
»oii9 Empetrames 

SOI 20 '^""*--' - 
50X2I 

20122 
20123 
20124 
20125 
20126 
20127 
20128 
20129 
20130 
20131 
20132 



Etnpiastfo 
EmpUtames 
Empirismo 
Emplastrum 
Emplenteis 
Emplumant 
Empobrecer 
Emprobrido 
Empolmais 
Empolvofo 
Emportames 
Empostlgar 
^ ^ . J _ Emprazador 

20133 Emprentad 

20134 Emprestamo 

20135 Emprisiona 

20136 Etnpunadura 
^Q\yi Emsembra 

20138 Emusattum 

20139 EnabulcLse 

20140 Enadadas 

20141 Enagenaron 

20142 Enaiiabais 

20143 Enalbaba 

20144 Enalmagro 

20145 Enaitaban 

20146 Enaltecian 

20147 Enarbolaba 

20148 Efsarcabais 

20149 Enardecio 

20150 Enarmonais 



Skins— contiftued. 
Tiger 
Wolf 
Wolverin 
Zebra 
Slates. 
Slippers. 
Leather 
Velvet 
Carpet 
Cloth 
Snuff 
Soap. 
Castile 

London yellow 
London mottled 
Glycerine 
Perfumed 
Soft 
Spelter. 
Silesian 
English 
Spermaceti 
American 
Keflned 
Spirits. 
Brandy 
Bi itish 
French 
Martell's 
Henessey's 
Rum 
Berbice 
Jamaica 
Demerara 
Leewards 
K India 
W. India 
Gin 
British 
Foreign 
Geneva 
Whisky 
Irish 
Scotch 
Arrach 
Neutral spirit 
German spirit 
American spirit 
Sponge. 
Turkey 

D D 



CodbNo 

20151 
20152 

20153 
20154 

20155 
20156 

20157 

20158 

20159 

20160 

20161 

20162 

20163 

20164 

20165 

20166 

20167 

20168 

20169 



o 
I 

2 

3 

4 

5 
6 

7 
8 



201 

201 

201 

201 

201 

201 

201 

201 

201 

201 

20180 

20181 

20182 

20183 

20184 

20185 

20186 

20187 

20188 

20189 

20190 

20191 

20192 

20193 

20194 

20195 

20196 

20197 

20198 

20199 

20200 



I 



CoDB Word 

Enarfabas 

Enarvcrar 

Enaspaba 

Enaspando 

Enaventad 

Encabalgad 

Encablure 

Encabritad 

Encademar 

Encadrons 

Encafurnar 

Encalabozo 

Encalletta 

Encambrono 

Encancerar 

Encapotes 

Encaramase 

Encarochar 

Encativase 

Encebabar 

Encenagado 

Encensuan 

Encerotaha 

Enchacotar 

Enchevctre 

Enchifrene 

Enchufase 

Encobridor 

Encoifar 

Encolpio 

Enconaba 

Encorachar 

Encardelo 

Encordonan 

Encor&cado 

Encortaran 

Encourimes 

Encrasaba 

Encrespar 

Encrinado 

Encmdecen 

Encubertes 

Encueniras 

Enculabais 

Encunabas 

Encurtador 

Endechador 

Enddantre 

Endddarm 

Endetiantes 



Sponge — continued, 

Bahama 
Spruce. 
Starch. 
Stationery. 
Staves— (See Wood) 
Stearine. 
SteeL 

Swedish 

English 

Spring 

Blister 

Shear 

Cast 

Plates 

Bars 
Sticks. 

Rough 

Walking 
Stone. 

Millstones 

Paving stones 

Grindstones 
Snccades. 
Sugar. 

Aiitigua 

Barbadoes 

Berbice 

Demerara 

Natal 

St Lucia 

Bengal 

Porto Rico 

Guatemala 

Trinidad 

Mauritius yellow 

Mauritius brown 

Mauritius cryttalliied 

Madras white 
Madras yellow 
Madras brown 
Madras jaggery 
Penang white 
Penang yellow 
Manila clayed 
Manila unclayed 
Brazil white 
Brazil grey 
Brazil yellow 
Brazil brown 
Cuba muscovado 



402 


PRODUOTS, OOMMODITLES, «cc. 


CodbNo 


Cods Wosd 


Bng9ii'-''€omtmued, 


1 CodbNo 


CODB WOKD 


TBi—cnUimd 


2020I 


Enderribo 


Cuba yellow 


' 20251 


EngomadurJi Coal 


2020a 


Endiablasi 


Cuba grey 


1 20252 


EfigotuUiw 


Stockholm 


20203 


Endimancht 


Cuba brown 


20253 


Eng^ladar 


Barbadoes 


20204 


Endiosaran 


Java white 


20254 


Engnuad^ 


Archangd 


20205 


Endoblado 


Java grey 
Java yellow 
Java brown 


20255 


Engradecer 


Tea. 


20206 


Endocarp 


20256 


Engranera^ Congou 


20207 


Endolcri 


20257 


Engrapaba 


1 Souchong 


20208 


Endosperm 


Havana white 


20258 


Engredamo^ Orange Pdoe 


20209 


Endoudear 


Havana florette 


20259 


Engrenons 


Flowe