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FROM THE 

UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT 

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International code of signals. 




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NAT I O N AL COLO R S 



WORN BT 



UNITED STATES VESSELS. 




ENSIGN. 



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No. 87 



International Code of Signals 



American Edition 



PUBLISHED BY THE HYDROGRAPHIC OFFICE 
UNDER THE AUTHORITY OF THE SECRETARY OF THE NAVY 




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Washington : Government Printing Office : 1909 



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INTRODUCTION. 



The International Code of Signals consists of twenty-six flags — one for each letter 
of the alphabet — and a, Code Pennant. 

Urgent and important signals are two-flag signals. 

General signals are three-flag signals. 

Geographical, Alphabetical Spelling Tables, and Vessels' Numbers are four-flag 
signals. 

The book is divided into three parts. The first part contains urgent and important 
signals and all the tables of money, weights, barometric heights, etc., together with a 
geographical list and a table of phrases formed with the auxiliary verbs. 

The second part is an index. It consists of a general vocabulary and a geographical 
indpx. It is arranged alphabetically. 

The third part gives lists of the United States storm-warning, life-saving, time- 
signal, and wireless telegraph stations, and of Lloyd's signal stations of the world. It 
also contains semaphore and distant signal codes and' the United States Army and Navy 
and Morse Wigwag Codes. 

(3) 



CONTENTS. 



Page. 

National colors worn by United States vessels ' Frontispiece 

Flags of the principal maritime countries Plate II 

Flags and pennants of the International Code (Front and rear) Plate III 

Meanings of the flags and pennants of the International Code when hoisted singly with the Cede 

Pennant 7 

Signals of distress 7 

Signals for pilots 8 

PART I. 

Instructions in signaling, including how to make alphabetical spelling signals 11 

Alphabetical Spelling Table (alternative method of spelling words)— four flags, CBDF to CZYX 15 

Numeral signals and how to make them 32 

Nimieral table (alternative method of making numeral signals) — Code Pennant under UA to Code 

Pennant under ZY 33 

Decimals and fractions — BOO to BDZ. .., 34 

Signals to be used only between vessels towing and being towed 35 

URGENT AND IMPORTANT SIGNALS. 

Flags AB to ZY 36 



Compass table in degrees — ABC to AQC 45 

Compass table in points and half points — AQD to AST 46 

United States and foreign moneys — ASU to AV.T , 47 

United States and foreign measures and weights — AVK to BCN 51 

List of countries in which the metric system is used 55 

Table for converting metrical measures and weights into their equivalents 55 

Latitude and longitude — Code Pennant over AB to Code Pennant over KP 56 

Divisions of time and of latitude and longitude — Code Pennant over KQ to Code Pennant over QL. . 58 

Barometer in inches and millimeters — Code Pennant over QM to Code Pennant over TS 59 

Thermometer according to the Fahrenheit, Centigrade, and Reaumur systems — Code Pennant over 

TU to Code Pennant over ZY 60 

ATJXIMARY PHRASES. 

Phrases formed with auxiliary verbs — REA to CWT 62 

GEOGHAPHICAL UST. 

Names of places arranged according to their geographical position, showing International Code, time, 

weather, life-saving, Lloyd's, and wireless telegraph signal stations of the world — ABCD to BFAU. 89 

PART II. 

INDEX. 

General vocabulary— CXA to ZNP 143 

Geographical index (names of places arranged in alphabetical order) — ABCD to BFAU 452 

(5) 



6 CONTENTS. 

PART III. 

Page. 

Storm-warning display stations of the United States 505 

Time signals of the United States 509 

United States naval wireless telegraph stations 512 

Life-saving districts and stations of the United States 515 

Lloyd's signal stations of the world 522 

Distant signals — 

(o) Fixed semaphore for coast usp 527 

(b) International Code Signals 528 

(c) Special signals 531 

Semaphores and semaphoring by hand flags — 

(o) British ; 540 

(6) French 542 

United States Army and Navy Code 545 

Morse code _ 547 



FTJ»lGS of THi: PRINCIPAI. 



MAN'OF-WAR 

ARGENTINA. 




COLOMBIA. 




GERMANY. 




GREAT BRITAIN. 



HONDURAS. 




MEXICO. 




MERCHANT 

ARGENTINA. 




COLOMBIA. 




GERMANY. 




ROYAL NAVAL RESERVE. 
(with badge, 
home and colohial government departments.) 




HONDURAS. 




MEXICO. 




MAN-OF-WAR. 

AUSTRIA— HUNGARY 




COSTA RICA. 




GREECE. 




COLONIES, 

(WITH BADGE IN SOME CASESJ 




I TA LY. 




NORWAY. 




J^IARITIMl-: COUNTRIKS. 



PLATE r. 



MERCHANT 

AUSTRIA— HUNGARY 



MAN-OF-WAR 
CHINA, 



MERCHANT 

CHINA 




COSTA RICA. 




' GREECE. 




GREAT BRITAIN. 






I TA LY. 




NORWAY. 





DENMARK. 




GUATEMALA. 




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HAITI 




JAPAN 



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DENMARK. 




GUATEMALA. 




HAITI. 




JAPAN. 



PERU. 





PERU. 




THE NORRIS PETEFfS-CO'. WASHINGTON. D. C 



FLAGS OF THE PRINC^IPAI. 



MAN-OF-WAR. 

PERSIA. 




SALVADOR. 




SPAIN. 




BELGIUM. 




KONGO. 




PARAGUAY. 



MERCHANT. 

PERSIA. 



MAN-OF-WAR 
ROUMANIA. 





SALVADOR. 




SPAIN. 





COUNTRIES HA^TNG A C0MM0:N 




BRAZIL 



KOREA. 



^^/ .^^O 



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♦ 



PORTUGAL. 



, IN THE MERCHANT FLAG. 
fHE BADGE IS NEARER THE HOIST 




CHILE. 




LIBERIA. 




Cuba 



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MABITIME COLTSTTRIES. 



PLATE n. 



MERCHANT 
ROUMANIA. 



MAN-OF-WAR. 
RUSSIA. 



MERCHANT. 
RUSSIA. 




SANTO DOMINGO. 





S 1 AM. 



SWEDEN. 





VENEZUELA. 




MM-OF-W.\R AND MERCHANT FLA(i. 

CRETE. I ECUADOR 





NETHERLANDS. 





SI AM. 




VENEZUELA. 




FRANCE. 




NICARAGUA. 




URUGUAY 



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GENEVA CONVENTION. 



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THE NOnRIS PETERS CO.. WASHINCTOr O r. 



FIJ^GS OP THE PRTNCIFAL MARITIME COtTNTRIES. PLATE HA. 



MAN-OF-WAR. 
FEDERATED MALAY STATES, 




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CODE FLAGS AND PENNANTS. 



PLATJE in 




INTEENATIONAL CODE OF SIGNALS. 



MEANINGS OF FLAGS AND PENNANTS HOISTED SINGLY. 



Signal. 



B 



Meaning. 



B _I am taking in (or, discharging) explosives. 

Kj —Yes, or, AfiBrmative. 

—No, or. Negative. 

— I have (or, have had) some dangerous infectious disease on board. 

—I am about to sail ; all persons to report on board. 

—I have a clean bill of health, but am liable to quarantine. 

—I want a pilot. 



MEANINGS OF FLAGS AND PENNANTS HOISTED WITH CODE FLAG. 



Code Flag 


over A 


—I am on full-speed trial. 






" B 


— I am taking in (or, discharging) explosives. 




' ' 


" C 


— Yes, or. Affirmative. 




(( 


" D 


— No, or. Negative. 




*' 


" E 


—Alphabetical Signal No. 1.* 






" F 


—Alphabetical Signal No. 2.* 




" 


" G 


—Alphabetical Signal No. 3.* 




** 


" H 


—Stop, Heave-to, or. Come nearer ; I have something important to communicate. 






I 


—I have not a clean bill of health. 




tt 


" J 


— I have headway. 




(( 


" K 


— I have stem-board. 




" 


" L 


—I have (or, have had) some dangerous infectious disease on board. 






" M 


— Numeral Signal No. l.f '■ 




*' 


" N 


—Numeral Signal No 3. ■ 






'•' O. 


—Numeral Signal No. 3.- 




" 


" P 


— I am about to sail ; all persons to report on board. 




" 


" Q 


—I have a clean bill of health, but am liable to quarantine. 




*' 


" R 


— Do not pass ahead of me. 




" 


" S 


— I want a pilot. 




** 


" T 


— Do not overtake me. 




" 


". U 


— My engines are stopped. 




" 


" V 


— My engines are going astern. 




•• 


" w 


— Al [ boats are to return to the ship. 




(( 


" X 


— I will pass ahead i f you. 




** 


" Y 


— All ships of the convoy are to rejoin company. (See NXP, p. 354.) 






- Z 


— I will pass astern of you. 



*For instructions as to tlie use ol these Signals, see page 13. tFor instructions as to the use oJ these Signals, see page 32. 



INTERNATIONAL CODE SIGNALS OF DISTRESS. 



(1) The International Code Signal of Distress indicated by NC; 

{■Z) The distant signal, consisting of a square flag, having either above or below it a 
ball or anything resembling a ball ; 

(3) The distant signal, consisting of a cone point upward, having either above it 
or below it a ball or anything resembling a ball. 

For other signals of distress see article 31 of the International Rules to Prevent 
Collisions and article 31 of the Inland Rules to Prevent Collisions. 

(7) 



SIGNALS OP DISTRESS. 



INTERNATIONAL CODE SIGNALS FOR A PILOT. 



(1) The International Code Pilot Signal indicated by PT ; 

(2) Tlie International Code Flag S, with, or without the Code Pennant over it; 

(3) The distant signal, consisting of a oone point upward, having above it two 
balls or shapes resembling balls. 



INTERISTATIONAL CODE OP SIGNALS. 



PART L 



SIGNALS MADE BY FLAGS OF THE CODE. 



(9) 



PART I. 



INSTEUCTIOITS HOW TO SIGNAL. 



In the following instructions the ship making the signal is called A; the ship signaled to is called B. 

HOW TO MAKE A SIGNAL. 

1. Ship A, wishing to make a signal, hoists her Ensign with the Code Flag under it. 

2. If more than one vessel or signal station is in sight, and the signal is intended 
for a particular vessel or signal station, ship A should indicate'which vessel or signal 
station she is addressing hy making the distinguishing signal {i. e., the signal letters) 
of the vessel or station with which she desires to communicate. 

3. If the distinguishing signal is not known, ship A should make use of one of the 
signals DI to DQ {page 37). 

4. When ship A has been answered hy the vessel she is addressing (see paragraph 9), 
she proceeds with tTie signal which she desires to make, first hauling down her Code 
Flag if it is required for making the signaL 

5. Signals should always be hoisted where they can best be seen, and not necessarily 
at the masthead. 

6. Each hoist should be kept flying until ship B hoists her Answering Pennant 
"close up" {see paragraph 10). . 

7. When ship A has finished signaling she hauls down her Ensign, and her Code 
Flag, if the latter has not already been hauled down {see paragraph 4). 

8. When it is desired to make a signal it should be looked out in the General 
Vocabulary {pages 143-451), which is the index to the Signal Book. 

HOW TO AlfSWEK A SIGNAL. 

9. Ship B (the ship signaled to), on seeing the signal made by ship A, hoists her 
Answering Pennant at the ' ' die. " 

{A flag is at the "dip" when it is hoisted about two-thirds of the way up, that is, 
some little distance below where it would be when hoisted "close up.") 

The Answering Pennant should always be hoisted where it can best be seen. 

10. When A's hoist has been taken in, looked out in the Signal Book, and is under- 
stood, B hoists her Answering Pennant "close up" and keeps it there until. A hauls 
her hoist down. 

11. B then lowers her Answering Pennant to the "dip," and waits for the next hoist. 

12. If the flags in A's hoist can not be made out, or if, when the flags are made out, 
the purport of the signal is not understood, B keeps her Answering Pennant at the 
"dip" and hoists the signal OWL or WCX, or such other signal as may meet the case; 
and when A has repeated or rectified her signal, and B thoroughly understands it, B 
hoists her Answering Pennant "close up." 

(11) 



12 INSTRUCTIONS HOW TO SIGNAL. PAKT I. 

NOTES ON SIGNALING. 

1. Plurals.— To facilitate the translation of the Code into foreign languages, the 
plurals of words given in the Signal Book have been omitted. The words should be 
regarded as being used in the singular, unless the contrary is indicated by the context. 

2. When making Signals for comparing Chronometers (page 58) or show- 
ing the Mean Time vessel A is to hoist ±he signal denoting the hour {seepage 58), 
and shortly after the signal has been answered by B dip it sharply to denote the precise 
instant used for comparison. The signals denoting the minutes and seconds shown by 
the chronometer at the instant of dipping are then to be hoisted. To insure accuracy, 
a second comparison should be made. 

3. In signaling Longitude or Time vessels should always reckon from the 
meridian of Greenwich, except French and Spanish vessels, which will use the meridian 
of Paris or Cadiz, respectively. If any doubt is entertained, the vessel to which the 
signal is made should hoist NBL = "What is your first meridian ? 

4. Meridians.— The British Meridian is that of Greenwich. The Meridian of Paris 
(Observatory) is 2° 20' 15" east of Greenwich, or h. 9 m. 21 sees. The Meridian of 
Cadiz (San Fernando Observatory) is 6° 12' 24" west of Greenwich, or h. 24 m. 
49.6 sees. 

5. Passing Vessels. — Ships passing one another or Signal Stations will do well to 
hoist the following signals in the order shown : 

(1) National Colors with the Code Signal under them. {The Ensign should 

be kept flying until all communication is ended; the Code Flag Tiiay be 
hauled down if it is required for making a signal.) 

(2) Ship's name (signal letters). 

(3) Where from. 

(4) Where bound. 

(5) Number of days out. 

(6) My longitude by chronometer is — . * 

The ensign should be dipped and rehoisted as a farewell. 

When vessels are passing each other quickly, time will be saved if, instead of hoist- 
ing the Answering Pennant, they exchange signals in the following manner : 

On rea,ding A's name (that is, distinguishing signal), B should hoist hers. 
A should not haul down until she understands B's hoist, when both ships 
should haul down together and proceed in the order suggested above. 

6. Procedure when signaling Names and Addresses.— The following course 
is to be followed when making a signal which contains the ship's name and the owner's 
name and address : 

Ship A, wishing to obtain orders from her owner, will make — 

(1) Her distinguishing signal (signal letters). 

(2) The signal SW = I wish to obtain orders from my owner, Mr. , at . 

(3) The owner's name, by spelling it letter by letter {see page 13) or by using 

the Alphabetical Spelling Table {pages 14-15). 

(4) The owner's address, by spelling it letter by letter {see page 13) or by using 

the Alphabetical Spelling Table {pages 14-15). Signals from the Geo- 
graphical Table {page 89) can also be used in some cases. Figures 
can be made by the Numeral Signals on page 32 or by the Numeral 
Table on page 33. 



Part I. 



INSTRUCTIONS HOW TO SIGNAL. 



13 



EXAMPLE. 



Ship A wishes to get orders from her owner (say), Mr. C. Thomson, at 25 Broad 
street, New York. 

Having hoisted her national colors with the Code Signal under them, she makes 
the following signals : 



1st hoist, 

3d hoist, 

3d hoist, 

4th hoist, 

5th hoist, 

6th hoist, 

7th hoist, 

8th hoist, 

9th hoist, 

10th hoist, 

11th hoist, 

12th hoist, 

13th hoist, 

14th hoist, 

15th hoist. 



Her distinguishing signal (signal letters). 

S'W=Iivish to obtain orders from my owner, Mr. , at . 

Code flag over E = T/ie signals which follow are alphabetical. (Before this Hgnal 
is made the Code Flag under the Ensign may be hauled down.) 

c=o. 

Code Flag over F=Dot between initials. 
THOM) 



SON ) 



= Thomson. 



Code Flag over M=!r/ie signal which follows is a numeral signul, and is to be 
looked out in the Numeral Table (page 33) . 

Code Flag over 'Ei=The signals ivhich follow are alphabetical. 



BRO) 
AD \ 



=Broad. 



Code Flag over Qt^The Alphabetical Signals are ended. 
WZ^ =Street. 
AZOT =New Yorle. 



AliPHABETICAIi (SPELLIT^G) SIGNALS. 

Under the arrangement explained below, every flag hoisted after Alphabetical 
Signal No. 1 has been made, and until Alphabetical Signal No. 3, or Numeral Signal 
No. 1 {see page 33) is made, represents the letter of the alphabet which has been allotted 
to it in the Code. As each of the 26 letters of the alphabet is now represented by a flag, 
any word can be spelled by this system. 

If the word to be spelled consists of more than four letters, two or more hoists must 
be used, as no hoist is to contain more than four flags, and, if any letter occurs more 
than once in the word, this letter must on its second occurrence begin or be in a second 
hoist, and on its third occurrence must begin or be in a third hoist. 

The following are the signals to be used : 



Signal. 



Meaning, 



Code Flag over Flag E. 

CoDE Flag over Flag F- 
CoDB Flag over Flag G. 



Alphabetical Signal No. 1, indicating that the flags hoisted after it 
until Alphabetical Signal'No. 3 or Numeral Signal No. 1 is made do 
not represent the signals in the Code, but are to be understood as 
having their alphabetical meanings and express individual letters of 
the alphabet which are to f oim words. 

Alphabetical Signal No. 3, indicating the end of a word made by 
Alphabetical Signals, or dot between initials. 

Alphabetical Signal No. 3, indicating that the Alphabetical Signals 
are ended ; the signals which follow are to be looked out in the Code 
in the usual manner. 



14 



INSTRUCTIONS HOW TO SIGNAL. 
EXAMPLE. 



Paet I. 



= William. 



To spell "William J. Perry:" 

1st hoist, Code Flag over E=r/ie signals which follow are alphabetical. 
WIL 
LIAM' 

Code Flag over F=End of the word (also means dot between initials) 
3=J. 

Code Flag over ¥=Dot between initials (also means end of the word). 
PER 

RY 

* 
Code Flag over Oi= Alphabetical Signals are ended. 

An alternative method of spelling words is provided by the Alphabetical Spelling 
Table on page 15. 



3d hoist, 
3d hoist, 
4th hoist, 
5th hoist, 
6th hoist, 
7th hoist, 
8th hoist, 
9th hoist. 



= Perry. 



ALPHABETICAL SPELLING TABLE. 



This Table can be used, in communications between Vessels of all Countries employing the Soman characters, 
A, B, C, etc. See also page 13 for alternative system of making Alphabetical Signals. 





A. 


CBHP 


Adc 


CBMD 


Afm 


UBQR 
CBQS 


Ahw 


CBVG 


Akf 


CBYS 


Amp 






CBHQ 


Add 


CBMF 


Afn 


Ahx 


CBVH 


Akg 


CBYT 


Amq 


CBDF 


Aa 


OBHR, 


Ade 


CBMG 


Afo 


CBQT 


Ahy 


CBVJ 


Akh 


CBYV 


Amr 


CBDG 


Aab 


CBHS 


Adf 


CBMH 


Afp 


CBQV 


Ahz 


CBVK 


Aki 


CBYW 


Ams 


CBDH 


Aac 


CBHT 


Adg 


CBMJ 


Afq 


CBQW 


Ai 


CBVL 


Akj 


CByx 


Amt 


CBDJ 


Aad 


CBHV 


Adh 


CBMK 


Afr 


CBQX 


Aia 


CBVM 


Akk 


CBYZ 


Amu 


CBDK 


Aam 


CBHW 


Adi 


OBML 


Afs 


CBQY 


Alb 


CBVN 


Akl 


CBZD 


Amv 


CBDL 


Ab 


CBHX 


Adj 


CBMN 


Aft 


CBQZ 


Aic 


CBVP 


Akm 


CBZF 


Amw 


CBDM 


Aba 


CBHY 


Adk 


CBMP 


Afu 


CBRD 


Aid 


CBVQ 


Akn 


CBZG 


Amx 


CBDN 


Abb 


CBHZ 


Adl 


CBMQ 


Afv 


CBRF 


Aie 


CBVR 


Ako 


CBZH 


Amy 


CBDP 


Abe 


CBJD 


Adtn 


CBMR 


Afw 


CBRG 


Aif 


CBVS 


Akp 


CBZJ 


Amz 


CBDQ 


Abd 


CBJF 


Adn 


CBMS 


Afx 


CBRH 


Aig 


CBVT 


Akq 


CBZK 


An 


CBDR 


Abe 


CBJG 


Ado 


CBMT 


Afy 


CBRJ 


Aih 


CBVW 


Akr 


CBZL 


Ana 


OBDS 


Abf 


CBJH 


Adp 


CBMV 


Afz 


CBRK 


Ail 


CBVX 


Aks 


CBZM 


Anb 


CBDT 


Abg 


CBJK 


Adq 


CBMW 


Ag 


CBRL 


Aij 


CBVY 


Akt 


CBZN 


Anc 


CBDV 


Abh 


CBJL 


Adr 


CBMX 


Aga 


CBRM 


Aik 


CBVZ 


Aku 


CBZP 


And 


CBDW 


Abi 


CBJM 


Ads 


CBMY 


Agb 


CBRN 


Ail 


CBWD 


Akv 


CBZQ 


Anf 


CBDX 


Abj 


CBJN 


Adt 


CBMZ 


Age 


CBRP 


Aim 


CBWF 


Akw 


CBZR 


Ang 


CBDY 


Abk 


CBJP 


Adu 


CBND 


Agd 


CBRQ 


Ain 


CBWG 


Akx 


CBZS 


Anh 


CBDZ 


Abl 


CBJQ 


Adv 


CBNF 


Age 


CBRS 


Aio 


CBWH 


Aky 


CBZT 


Ani 


CBFD 


Abm 


CBJR 


Adw 


CBNG 


Agf 


CBRT 


Aip 


CBWJ 


Ak7, 


CBZV 


Anj 


CBFG 


Abn 


CBJS 


Adx 


CBNH 


Agg 


CBRV 


Aiq 


CBWK 


Al 


CBZW 


Ank 


CBFH 


Abo 


CBJT 


Ady 


CBNJ 


Agh 


CBRW 


Air 


CBWL 


Ala 


OBZX 


Anl 


CBFJ 


Abp 


CBJV 


Adz 


CBNK 


Agi 


CBRX 


Ais 


CBWM 


Alb 


CBZY 


Anm 


CBFK 


Abq 


CBJW 


Ae 


CBNL 


Ag.i 


CBRY 


Ait 


CBWN 


Ale 


CDBF 


Ann 


CBFL 


Abr 


CBJX 


Aea 


CBNM 


Agk 


CBRZ 


Aiu 


OBWP 


Aid 


CDBG 


Anp 


CBFM 


Abs 


CBJY 


Aeb 


CBNP 


Agl 


CBSD 


Aiv 


CBWQ 


Ale 


CDBH 


Anq 


CBFN 


Abt 


CBJZ 


Aec 


CBNQ 


Agm 


CBSF 


Aiw 


CBWR 


Alf 


CDBJ 


Anr 


CBFP 


Abu 


CBKD 


Aed 


CBNR 


Agn 


CBSG 


Aix 


CBWS 


Alg 


CDBK 


Ans 


CBFQ 


Abv 


CBKF 


Aee 


CBNS 


Ago 


CBSH 


Aiy 


CBWT 


Alh 


CDBL 


Ant 


CBFB, 


Abw 


CBKG 


Aef 


CBNT 


Agp 


CBSJ 


Aiz 


CBWV 


Ali 


CDBM 


Ann 


CBFS 


Abx 


CBKH 


Aeg 


CBNV 


Agq 


CBSK 


Aj 


CBWX 


Alj 


CDBN 


Anv 


CBFT 


Aby 


CBKJ 


Aeh 


CBNW 


Agr 


CBSL 


Aja 


CBWY 


Alk 


CDBP 


Anw 


CBFV 


Abz 


CBEL 


Aei 


CBNX 


Ags 


CBSM 


Ajb 


CBWZ 


All 


CDBQ . 


Anx 


CBFW 


Ac 


CBKM 


Aej 


CBNY 


Agt 


CBSN 


Ajc 


CBXD 


Aim 


CDBR 


Any 


CBFX 


Aca 


CBKN 


Aek 


CBNZ 


Agu 


CBSP 


A3d 


CBXF 


Aln 


CDBS 


Anz 


CBFY 


Acb 


CBKP 


Ael 


CBPD 


Agv 


CBSQ 


Aje 


CBXG 


Alo 


CDBT 


Ao 


CBFZ 


Ace 


CBKQ 


Aem 


CBPF 


Agw 


OBSR 


Ajf 


CBXH 


Alp 


CDBV 


Aoa 


CBGD 


Acd 


CBKR 


Aen 


CBPG 


Agx 


CBST 


A]g 


CBXJ 


Alq 


CDBW 


Aob 


CBGF 


Ace 


CBKS 


Aeo 


CBPH 


Agy 


OBSV 


A:h 


CBXK 


Air 


CDBX 


Aoc 


CBGH 


Acf 


CBKT 


Aep 


CBPJ 


Agz 


CBSW 


Aji 


CBXL 


Als 


CDBY 


Aod 


CBGJ 


Acg 


CBKV 


Aeq 


CBPK 


Ah 


CBSX 


A3j 


CBXM 


Alt 


CDBZ 


Aoe 


CBGK 


Ach 


CBKW 


Aer 


CBPL 


Aha 


CBSY 


A]k 


CBXN 


Alu 


CDFB 


Aof 


CBGL 


Aei 


'CBKX 


Aes 


CBPM 


Ahb 


CBSZ 


Aol 


CBXP 


Alv 


CDFG 


Aog 


CBGM 


Aej 


CBKY 


Aet 


CBPN 


Ahe 


CBTD 


A]m 


CBXQ 


Alw 


CDFH 


Aoh 


CBGN 


Aek 


CBKZ 


Aeu 


CBPQ 


Ahd 


CBTF 


A]n- 


CBXR 


Alx 


CDFJ 


Aoi 


CBGP 


Ael 


CBLD 


Aev 


CBPR 


Ahe 


CBTG 


A30 


CBXS 


Aly 


CDFK 


Aoj 


CBGQ 


Aem 


CBLF 


Aew 


CBPS 


Ahf 


CBTH 


A]p 


CBXT 


Alz 


CDFL 


Aok 


CBGR 


Aen 


CBLG 


Aex 


CBPT 


Ahg 


CBTJ 


A:q 


CBXV 


Am 


CDFM 


Aol 


CBGS 


Aco 


CBLH 


Aey 


CBPV 


Ahh 


CBTK 


A]r 


CBXW 


Ama 


CDFN 


Aom 


CBGT 


Acp 


CBLJ 


Aez 


CBPW 


Ahi 


CBTL 


A]S 


CBXY 


Amb 


CDFP 


Aon 


CBGV 


Acq 


CBLK 


Af 


CBPX 


Ahj 


CBTM 


Ajt 


CBXZ 


Amc 


CDFQ 


Aoo 


CBGW 


Aer 


CBLM 


Afa 


OBPY 


Ahk 


CBTN 


Aou 


CBYD 


Amd 


CDFR 


Aop 


CBGX 


Acs 


CBLN 


Afb 


CBPZ 


Ahl 


CBTP 


Ajv 


CBYF 


Ame 


CDFS 


Aoq 


CBGY 


Act 


CBLP 


Afc 


CBQD 


Ahm 


CBTQ 


Ajw 


CBYG 


Amf 


CDFT 


Aor 


CBGZ . 


Acii 


CBLQ 


Afd 


CBQF 


Ahn 


CBTR 


Ajx 


CBYH 


Amg 


CDFV 


Aos 


CBHD 


Acv 


CBLR 


Afe 


CBQG 


Aho 


CBTS 


A]y 


CBYJ 


Amh 


CDFW 


Aot 


CBHF 


Acw 


CBLS 


AfP 


CBQH 


Ahp 


CBTV 


A z 


CBYK 


Ami 


CDFX 


Aou 


CBHG 


Acs 


CBLT 


Afg 


CBQJ 


Ahq • 


CBTW 


Ak 


CBYL 


Amj 


CDFY 


Aov 


CBHJ 


Acy 


CBLV 


Afh 


CBQK 


Ahr ■, 


CBTX 


Aka 


CBYM 


Amk 


CDFZ 


Aow 


CBHK 


Ao2 


CBLW 


Afl 


CBQL 


Ahs 


CBTY 


Akb 


CBYN 


Ami 


CDGB 


Aox 


CBHL 


Ad 


CBT-X 


Afj 


CBQM 


Aht 


CBTZ 


Akc 


CBYP 


Amm 


CDGF ■ 


Aoy 


CBHM 


Ada 


CBLY 


Afk 


CBQN 


Ahu 


CBVD 


Akd 


CBYQ 


Amn 


CDGH 


Adz 


CBHN 


Adb 


CBLZ 


Afl 


CBQP 


Abv 


CBVF 


Ake 


CBYR 


Amo 


CDGJ 


Ap 



(15) 



16 



ALPHABETICAL SPELLING TABLE. 



PApT I. 



CDGK 

CDGL 

CDGM 

CDGN 

CDGP 

CDGQ 

CDGB 

CDGS 

CDGT 

CDGV 

CDGW 

CDGX 

CDGY 

CDGZ 

CDHB 

CDHF 

CDHG 

CDHJ 

CDHK 

CDHL 

CDHM 

CDHN 

CDHP 

CDHQ 

CDHE 

CDHS 

CDHT 

CDHV 

CDHW 

CDHX 

CDHY 

CDHZ 

CDJB 

ODJF 

CDJG 

CDJH 

CDJK 

CDJL 

CDJM 

CDJN 

CDJP 

CDJQ 

CDJR 

CDJS 

CDJT 

CDJV 

CDJW 

CDJX 

CDJY 

CDJZ 

CDKB 

CDKP 

CDKG 

CDKH 

CDKJ 

CDKL 

CDKM 

CDKN 

CDKP 

CDKQ 

CDKR 

CDKS 

CDKT 

CDKV 

CDKW 

CDKX 

CDKY 

CDKZ 

CDLB 

CDLF 

CDLG 

CDLH 

CDLJ 

CDLK 



Apa 

Apb 

Ape 

Apd 

Ape 

Apf 

Apg 

Aph 

Api 

Apj 

Apk 

Apl 

Apm 

Apn 

Apo 

App 

Apq 

Apr 

Aps 

Apt 

Apu 

Apv 

Apw 

Apx 

Apy 

Apz 

Aq 

Aqa 

Aqb 

Aqc 

Aqd 

Aqe 

Aqf 

Aqg 

Aqh 

Aqi 

Aqj 

Aqt 

Aql 

Aqm 

Aqn 

Aqo 

Aqp 

Aqq 

Aqr 



Aqt 

Aqu 

Aqv 

Aqw 

Aqx 

Aqy 

Aqz 

Ar 

Ara 

Arb 

Arc 

Ard 

Are 

Arf 

Arg 

Arh 

Ari 

Arj 

Ark 

Arl 

Arm 

Am 

Aro 

Arp 

Arq 

Arr 

Ars 

Art 



CDLM 


Aru 


CDLN 


Arv 


CDLP 


Arw 


CDLQ 


Arx 


CDLB 


Ary 


CDLS 


Arz 


CDLT 


As 


CDLV 


Asa 


CDLW 


Asb 


CDLX 


Asc 


CDLY 


Asd 


CDLZ 


Ase 


CDMB 


Asf 


CDMF 


Asg 


CDMG 


Ash 


CDMH 


Asi 


CDMJ 


Asj 


CDMK 


Ask 


CDML 


Asl 


CDMN 


Asm 


CDMP 


Asn 


CDMQ 


Aso 


CDMB 


Asp 


CDMS 


Asq 


CDMT 


Asr 


CDMV 


Ass 


CDMW 


Ast 


CDMX 


Asu 


CDMY 


Asv 


CDMZ 


Asw 


CDNB 


Ahx 


CDNP 


Asy 


CDNG 


Asz 


CDNH 


At 


CDNJ 


Ata 


CDN.K 


Atb 


CDNL 


Ate 


CDNM 


Atd 


CDNP 


Ate 


CDNQ 


Atf 


CDNB 


Atg 


CDNS 


Ath 


CDNT 


Ati 


CDNV 


Atj 


CDNW 


Atk 


CDNX 


Atl 


CDNY 


Atm 


CDNZ 


Atn 


CDPB 


Ato 


CDPP 


Atp 


CDPG 


Atq 


CDPH 


Atr 


CDPJ 


Ats 


CDPK 


Att 


CDPL 


Atu 


CDPM 


Atv 


CDPN 


Atw 


CDPQ 


Atx 


CDPB 


Aty 


CDPS 


Atz 


CDPT 


An 


CDPV 


Aua 


CDPW 


Aub 


CDPX 


Auc 


CDPY 


Aud 


CDPZ 


Aue 


CDQB 


Auf 


CDQF 


Aug 


CDQG 


Auh 


CDQH 


Aui 


CDQJ 


Auj 


CDQK 


Auk 


CDQL 


Aul 


CDQM 


Aum 



CDQN 

CDQP 

CDQR 

CDQS 

CDQT 

CDQV 

CDQW 

CDQX 

CDQY 

CDQZ 

CDRB 

CDBF 

CDBG 

CDEH 

CDBJ 

CDBK 

CDBL 

CDBM 

CDBN 

CDBP 

CDEQ 

CDBS 

CDBT 

CDEV 

CDBW 

CDRX 

CDEY 

CDRZ 

CDSB 

CDSF 

CDSG 

CDSH 

CDSJ 

CDSK 

CDSL 

CDSM 

CDSN 

CDSP 

CDSQ 

CDSB 

CDST 

CDSV 

CDSW 

CDSX 

CDSY 

CDSZ 

CDTB 

CDTF 

CDTG 

CDTH 

CDTJ 

CDTK 

CDTL 

CDTM 

CDTN 

CDTP 

CDTQ 

CDTB 

CDTS 

CDTV 

CDTW 

CDTX 

CDTY 

CDTZ 

CDVB 

CDVF 

CDVG 

CDVH 

CDVJ 

CDVK 

CDVL 

CDVM 

CDVN 

CDVP 



Aun 

Auo 

Aup 

Auq 

Aur 

Aus 

Aut 

Auu 

Auv 

Auw 

Aux 

Auy 

Auz 

Av 

Ava 

Avb 

Ave 

Avd 

Ave 

Avf 

Avg 

Avh 

Avi 

Avj 

Avk 

Avl 

Avm 

Avn 

Avo 

Avp 

Avq 

Avr 

Avs 

Avt 

Avu 

Avv 

Avw 

Avx 

Avy 

Avz 

Aw 

Awa 

Awb 

Awe 

Awd 

Awe 

Awf 

Awg 

Awh 

Awi 

Awj 

Awk 

Awl 

Awm 

Awn 

Awo 

Awp 

Awq 

Awr 

Aws 

Awt 

Awu 

Awv 

Aww 

Awx 

Awy 

Awz 

Ax 

Axa 

Axb 

Axe 

Axd 

Axe 

Axf 



CDVQ 


Axg 


CDVB 


Axh 


CDVS 


Axi 


CDVT 


Axj 


CDVW 


Axk 


CDVX 


Axl 


CDVY 


Axm 


ODVZ 


Axa 


CDWB 


Axo 


CDWP 


Axp 


CDWG 


Axq 


CDWH 


Axr 


CDWJ 


Axs 


CDWK 


Axt 


CDWL 


Axu 


CDWM 


Axv 


CDWN 


Axw 


CDWP 


Axx 


CDWQ 


Axy 


CDWB 


Axz 


CDWS 


Ay 


CDWT 


Aya 


CDWV 


Ayb 


CDWX 


Aye 


CDWY 


Ayd 


CDWZ 


Aye 


CDXB 


Ayf 


CDXF 


Ayg 


CDXG 


Ayh 


CDXH 


Ayi 


CDXJ 


Ayj 


CDXK 


Ayk 


CDXL 


Ayl 


CDXM 


Aym 


CDXN 


Ayn 


CDXP 


Ayo 


CDXQ 


Ayp 


CDXB 


Ayq 


CDXS 


Ayr 


CDXT 


Ays 


CDXV 


Ayt 


CDXW 


Ayu 


CDXY 


Ayv 


CDXZ 


Ayw 


CDYB 


Ayx 


OD^F 


Ayy 


CDYG 


Ayz 


CDYH 


Az 


CDYJ 


Aza 


CDYK 


Azb 


CDYL 


Azc 


CDYM 


Azd 


CDYN 


Aze 


CDYP 


Azf 


CDYQ 


Azg 


CDYB 


Azh 


CDYS 


Azi 


CDYT 


Azj 


CDYV 


Azk 


CDYW 


Azl 


CDYX 


Azm 


CDYZ 


Azn 


CDZB 


Azo 


CDZF 


Azp 


CDZG 


Azq 


CDZH 


Azr 


CDZJ 


Azs 


CDZK 


Azt 


CDZL 


Azu 


CDZM 


Azv 


CDZN 


Azw 


CDZP 


Azx 


CDZQ 


Azy 


CDZB 


Azz 



CDZS 

CDZT 

CDZV 

CDZW 

CDZX 

CDZY 



CJ'BD 

CFBG 

CPBH 

CFBJ 

CFBK 

CFBL 

CFBM 

CFBN 

CFBP 

CFBQ 

CFBE 

CFBS 

CFBT 

CFBV 

CFBW 

CFBX 

CFBY 

CFBZ 

CFDB 

CFDG 

CFDH 

CFDJ 

CFDK 

CFDL 

CFDM 

CFDN 

CFDP 

CFDQ 

CFDB 

CFDS 

CFDT 

CFDV 

CFDW 

CFDX 

CFDY 

CFDZ 

CFGB 

CFGD 

CFGH 

CFGJ 

CFGK 

CFGL 

CFGM 

CFGN 

CFGP 

CFGQ 

CFGB 

CFGS 

CFGT 

CFGV 

CFGW 

CFGX 

CFGY 

CFGZ 

CFHB 

CFHD 

CFHG 



Ba 

Baa 

Bab 

Bac 

Bad 

Bae 

Baf 

Bag 

Bah 

Bai 

Baj 

Bak 

Bal 

Bam 

Ban 

Bao 

Bap 

Baq 

Bar 

Bas 

Bat 

Ban 

Bav 

Baw 

Bax 

Bay 

Baz 

Bb 

Be 

Bd 

Be 

Bea 

Beb 

Bee 

Bed 

Bee 

Bef 

Beg 

Beh 

Bei 

Bej 

Bek 

Bel 

Bern 

Ben 

Beo 

Bep 

Beq 

Ber 

Bes 

Bet 

Ben 

Bev 

Bew 

Bex 

Bey 

Bez 



CFHJ 

CFHK. 

CFHL 

CFHM 

CFHN 

CFHP 

CFHQ 

CFHB 

CFHS 

CFHT 

CFHV 

CFHW 

CFHX 

CFHY 

CFHZ 

CFJB 

CFJD 

CFJG 

CFJH 

CFJK 

CFJL 

CFJM 

CFJN 

CFJP 

CFJQ 

CFJB 

CFJS 

CFJT 

CFJV 

CFJW 

CFJX 

CF.TY 

CFJZ 

CFKB 

CFKD 

CFKG 

CFKH 

CFKJ 

CFKL 

CFKM 

CFKN 

CFKP 

CFKQ 

CFKB 

CFKS 

CFKT 

CFKV 

CFKW 

CFKX 

CFKY 

CFKZ 

CFLB 

CFLD 

CFLG 

CFLH 

CFLJ 

CFLK 

CFLM 

CFLN 

CFLP 

CFLQ 

CFLB 

CFLS 

CFLT 

CFLV 

Cflw 

CFLX 

CFLY 

CFLZ 

CFMB 

CFMD 

CFMG 

CFMH 

CFMJ 



Part I. 



ALPHABETICAL SPELLING TABLE. 



17 



CPMK 

CFML 

CFMN 

CFMP 

CFMQ 

CFMR 

CFMS 

CFMT 

CFMV 

CFMW 

CFMX 

CFMY 

CFMZ 

CFNB 

CFND 

CFNG 

CPNH 

CFNJ 

CFNK 

CFNL 

CFNM 

CFNP 

CFNQ 

CFNR 

CFNS 

CFNT 

CFNV 

CFNW 

CFNX 

CFNY 

CFNZ 

CFPB 

CFPD 

CFPG 

CFPH 

CFPJ 

CFPK 

CFPL 

CPPM 

CFPN 

CFPQ 

CFPE 

CFPS 

CFPT 

CFPV 

CPPW 

CFPX 

CFPY 

CFPZ 



CFQB 

CFQD 

CFQG 

CPQH 

CFQJ 

CFQK 

CFQL 

CFQM 

CFQN 

CPQP 

CFQR 

CFQS 

CFQT 

CFQV 



Bry 

Ba 

Bt 

Bu 

Bua 

Bub 

Buc 

Bud 

Bue 

Buf 

Bug 

Buh 

Bui 

Buj 

Buk 

Bui 

Bum 

Bun 

Buo 

Bup 

Buq 

Bur 

Bus 

But 

Buu 

Buv 

Buw 

Bux 

Buy 

Buz 

Bv 

Bw 

Bx 

By 

Bya 

Bye 

Byi 

Byo 

Byu 

Bz 



Ca 

Caa 

Cab 

Cac 

Cad 

Cae 

Caf 

Cag 

Cah 

Cai 

Caj 

Cal 

Cain 

Can 



CFQW 

CFQX 

CFQY 

CFQZ 

CFRB 

CFRD 

CFRG 

CFRH 

CFRJ 

CFRK 

CFRL 

CFRM 

CFRN 

CFRP 

CFRQ 

CFRS 

CFRT 

CFRV 

CFRW 

CFRX 

CFRY 

CFRZ 

CFSB 

CFSD 

CFSG 

CFSH 

CFSJ 

CPSK 

CFSL 

CFSM 

CFSN 

CFSP 

CFSQ 

CFSR 

CFST 

CFSV 

CFSW 

CFSX 

CFSY 

CFSZ 

CFTB 

CFTD 

CFTG 

CFTH 

CFTJ 

CFTK 

CFTL 

CFTM 

CPTN 

CFTP 

CFTQ 

CFTR 

CFTS 

CFTV 

CFTW 

CFTX 

CFTY 

CFTZ 

CFVB 

CFVD 

CPVG 

CPVH 

CPVJ 

CFVK 

CPVL 

CPVM 

CPVN 

CPVP 

CFVQ 

CPVR 

CPVS 

CFVT 

CFVW 

CPVX 



Cao 

Cap 

Caq 

Car 

Cas 

Cat 

Cau 

Cav 

Caw 

Caz 

Cay 

Caz 

Cb 

Co 

Cd 

Ce 

Cea 

Ceb 

Cec 

Ced 

Cee 

Cef 

Ceg 

Ceb 

Cei 

Cej 

Cek 

Cel 

Oem 

Cen 

Ceo 

Cep 

Ceq 

Cer 

Ces 

Cet 

Ceu 

Cev 

Cew 

Cex 

Cey 

Cez 

Cf 

Cg 

Ch 

Cha 

Chb 

Che 

Chd 

Che 

Chf 

Chg 

Chh 

Chi 

Chj 

Chk 

Chi 

Chm 

Chn 

Cho 

Chp 

Chq 

Chr 

Chs 

Cht 

Chu 

Chv 

Chw 

Chx 

Chy 

Chz 

Ci 

Cia 

Cib 



CPVY 

CFVZ 

CFWB 

CPWD 

CFWG 

CPWH 

CFWJ 

CFWK 

CFWL 

CPWM 

CFWN 

CPWP 

CFWQ 

CFWR 

CFWS 

OFWT 

CFWV 

CFWX 

CFWY 

CPWZ 

CPXB 

CFXD 

CFXG 

CFXH 

CFXJ 

CFXK 

CFXL 

CPXM 

CFXN 

CFXP 

CFXQ 

CFXR 

CFXS 

CFXT 

CFXV 

CFXW 

CFXY 

CPXZ 

CFYB 

CFYD 

CFYG 

CFYH 

CFYJ 

CFYK 

CFYL 

CFYM 

CFYN 

CFYP 

CFYQ 

CFYR 

CFYS 

CFYT 

CFYV 

CFYW 

CFYX 

CFYZ 

CFZB 

CFZD 

CPZG 

CFZH 

CFZJ 

CFZK 

CFZL 

CFZM 

CFZN 

CFZP 

CFZQ 

OFZR 

CPZS 

CFZT 

CFZV 

CFZW 

CFZX 

CFZY 



Cic 

Cid 

Cie 

Cif 

Cig 

Cih 

Cii 

Cij 

Cik 

Cil 

Cim 

Cin 

Cio 

Cip 

Ciq 

Cir 

Cis 

Cit 

Ciu 

Civ 

Ciw 

Cix 

Ciy 

Ciz 

Ci 

Ck 

CI 

Cla. 

Cle 

Cli 

Clo 

Clu 

Cly 

Cm 

Cn 

Co 

Coa 

Cob 

Coo 

Cod 

Coe 

Cof 

Cog 

Coh 

Coi 

Coj 

Cok 

Col 

Com 

Con 

Coo 

Cop 

Coq 

Cor 

Cos 

Cot 

Cou 

Cov 

Cow 

Cox 

Coy 

Coz 

Cp 

Cq 

Cr 

Cra 

Cre 

Cri 

Cro 

Cru 

Cry 

Cs 

Ct 

Cu, 



CGBD 

CGBP 

CGBH 

CGBJ 

CGBK 

CGBL 

CGBM 

CGBN 

CGBP 

CGBQ 

CGBR 

CGBS 

CGBT 

CGBV 

CGBW 

CGBX 

CGBY 

OGBZ 

CGDB 

CGDP 

CGDH 

CGDJ 

CGDK 

CGDL 

CGDM 

CGDN 

CGDP 

CGDQ 

CGDR 

CGDS 

CGDT 

CGDV 

CGDW 

CGDX 

CGDY 

CGDZ 

CGFB 

CGFD 

CGFH 

CGFJ 

CGFK 

CGFL 

CGFM 

CGFN 

CGFP 

CGFQ 

CGFR 

CGFS 

CGFT 

CGPV 

CGFW 

CGFX 

CGFY 

CGFZ 

CGHB 

CGHD 

CGHP 

CGHJ 

CGHK 

CGHL 

CGHM 

CGHN 

CGHP 

CGHQ 

CGHR 

CGHS 

CGHT 

CGHV 

CGHW 

CGHX 

CGHY 

CGHZ 

CGJB 

CGJD 



Cua 

Cub 

Cue 

Cud 

Cue 

Cu£ 

Cug 

Cuh 

Cui 

Cuj 

Cuk 

Cul 

Cum 

Cun 

Cuo 

Cup 

Cuq 

Cur 

Cus 

Cut 

Cuu 

Cuv 

Cuw 

Cux 

Cuy 

Cuz 

Cv 

Cva 

Cve 

Cvi 

Cvo 

Cvu 

Cvy 

Cw 

Cx 

Cy 

Cya 

Cyb 

Cyc 

Cyd 

Cye 

Cyf 

Cyg 

Cyh 

Cyi 

Cyj 

Cyk 

Cyl 

Cym 

Cyn 

Cyo 

Cyp 

Cyq 

Cyr 

Cys 

Cyf 

Cyu 

Cyv 

Cyw 

Oyx 

Cyy 

Cyz 

Cz 

Cza 

Czb 

Czc 

Czd 

Cze 

Czf 

Czg 

Czh 

Czi 

Czj 

Czk 



CGJF 

CGJH 

CGJK 

CGJL 

CGJM 

CGJN 

CGJP 

CGJQ 

CGJR 

CGJS 

CGJT 

CGJV 

CGJW 

CGJX 

CGJY 

CGJZ 



CGKB 

CGKD 

CGKF 

CGKH 

CGKJ 

CGKL 

CGKM 

CGKN 

CGKP 

CGKQ 

CGKR 

CGKS 

CGKT 

CGKV 

CGKW 

CGKX 

CGKY 

CGKZ 

CGLB 

CGLD 

CGLF 

CGLH 

CGLJ 

CGLK 

CGLM 

CGLN 

CGLP 

CGLQ 

CGLR 

CGLS 

CGLT 

CGLV 

GGL"W 

CGLX 

CGLY 

CGLZ 

CGMB 

CGMD 

CGMF 

CGMH 

CGMJ 

CGMK 

CGML 

CGMN 

CGMP 

CGMQ 

CGMR 



Czl 


CGMS 


Deq 


Czm 


CGMT 


Der 


Czn 


CGMV 


Des 


Czo 


CGMW 


Det 


Czp 


CGMX 


Deu 


Czq 


CGMY 


Dev 


Czr 


CGMZ 


Dew 


Czs 


CGNB 


Dex 


Czt 


CGND 


Dey 


Czu 


CGNF 


Dez 


Czv 


CGNH 


Df 


Czw 


CGNJ 


Dg 


Czx 


CGNK 


Dh 


Czy 


CGNL 


Dha 


Czz 


CGNM 


Dhe 




CGNP 


Dhi 




CGNQ 


Dho 




CGNR 


Dhu 




CGNS 


Dhy 




CGNT 


Di- 




CGNV 


Dia 




CGNW 


Dib 




CGNX 


Die 




CGNY 


Did 




CGNZ 


Die 


D. 


CGPB 


Di£ 




CGPD 


Dig 


Da 


CGPF 


Dih 


Daa 


CGPH 


Dii 


Dab 


CGPJ 


Dij 


Dae 


CGPK 


Dik 


Dad 


CGPL 


Dil 


Dae 


CGPM 


Dim 


Daf 


CGPN 


Din 


Dag 


CGPQ 


Die 


Dah 


CGPR 


Dip 


Dai 


CGPS 


Diq 


Daj 


CGPT 


Dir 


Dak 


CGPV 


Dis 


Dal 


CGPW 


Dit 


Dam 


CGPX 


Din 


Dan 


CGPY 


Div 


Dao 


CGPZ 


Diw 


Dap 


CGQB 


Dix 


Daq 


CGQD 


Diy 


Dar 


CGQF 


Diz 


Das 


CGQH 


Dj 


Dat 


CGQJ 


Dk 


Dau 


CGQK 


Dl 


Dav 


CGQL 


Dla 


Daw 


OGQM 


Die 


Dax 


CGQN 


Dli 


Day 


CGQP 


Dlo 


Daz 


CGQR 


Dlu 


Db 


CGQS 


Dly 


Dc 


CGQT 


Dm 


Dd 


CGQV 


Dn 


De 


CGQW 


Do 


Dea 


CGQX 


Doa 


Deb 


CGQY 


Dob 


Dec 


CGQZ 


Doc 


Ded 


CGRB 


Dod 


Dee 


CGRD 


Doe 


Def 


CGRF 


Dof 


Deg 


CGRH 


Dog 


Deh 


CGRJ 


Doh 


Dei ' 


CGRK 


Doi 


Dej 


CGRL 


Doj 


Dek 


CGRM 


Dok 


Del 


CGRN 


Dol 


Dem 


CGRP 


Dom 


Den 


CGRQ 


Don 


Deo 


CGRS 


Doo 


Dep 


CGRT 


Dop 





76564—09- 



18 



ALPHABETICAL SPELLING TABLE. 



Pabt I. 



CGEV 

CGRW 

CGRX 

CGRY 

CGRZ 

CGSB 

CGSD 

CGSF 

CGSH 

CGSJ 

CGSK 

CGSL 

CGSM 

CGSN 

CGSP 

CGSQ 

CGSR 

CGST 

OGSV 

CGSW 

CGSX 

CGSY 

CGSZ 

CGTB 

CGTD 

CGTF 

CGTH 

CGTJ 

CGTK 

CGTL 

CGTM 

CGTN 

CGTP 

CGTQ 

CGTR 

CGTS 

CGTV 

OGTW 

CGTX 

CGTY 

CGTZ 

CGVB 

CGVD 

CGVF 

CGVH 

CGVJ 

CGVK 

CGVL 

CGVM 

CGVN 

CGVP 

CGVQ 

CGVR 

CGVS 

CGVT 

CGVW 

CGVX 

CGVY 

CGVZ 



CGWB 
CGWD 
CGWF 
CGWH 



Doq 

Dor 

Dos 

Dot 

Don 

Dov 

Dow 

Dox 

Doy 

Doz 

Dp 

Dq 

Dr 

Dra 

Dre 

Dri 

Dro 

Dra 

Dry 

Ds 

Dt 

Du 

Dua 

Dub 

Due 

Dud 

Due 

Duf 

Dug 

Duh 

Dui 

Duj 

Duk 

Dul 

Dum 

Dun 

Duo 

Dup 

Duq 

Dur 

Dus 

Dut 

Duu 

Duv 

Duw 

Dux 

Duy 

Duz 

Dv 

Dw 

Dx 

Dy 

Dya 
Dye 
Dyi 
Dyo 
Dyu 
Dz 



Ea 
Eaa 
Ea^ 
Eac 



CGWJ 

CGWK 

CGWL 

CGWM 

CGWJSr 

CGWP 

CGWQ 

CGWR 

CGWS 

CGWT 

CGWV 

CGWX 

CGWY 

CGWZ 

CGXB 

CGXD 

CGXF 

CGXH 

CGXJ 

CGXK 

CGXL 

CGXM 

CGXN 

CGXP 

CGXQ 

CGXR 

CGXS 

CGXT 

CGXV 

CGXW 

CGXY 

CGXZ 

CGYB 

CGYD 

CGYF 

CGYH 

CGYJ 

CGYK 

CGYL 

CGYM 

CGYN 

CGYP 

CGYQ 

CGYR 

CGYS 

CGYT 

CGYV 

CGYW 

CGYX 

CGYZ 

CGZB 

CGZD 

CGZF 

CGZH 

CGZJ 

CGZK 

CGZL 

CGZM 

CGZN 

CGZP 

CGZQ 

CGZR 

CGZS 

CGZT 

CGZV 

CGZW 

eGZX 

CGZY 

CHBD 

CHBF 

CHBG 

CHBJ 

CHBK 

CHBL 



Ead 

Eae 

Eaf 

Eag 

Eah 

Eai 

Eaj 

Eak 

Eal 

Earn 

Ean 

Eao 

Eap 

Eaq 

Ear 

Eas 

Eat 

Eau 

Eav 

Eaw 

Eax 

Eay 

Eaz 

Eb 

Eba 

Ebb 

Ebc 

Ebd 

Ebe 

Ebf 

Ebg 

Ebb 

Ebi 

Ebj 

Ebk 

Ebl 

Ebm 

Ebn 

Ebo 

Ebp 

Ebq 

Ebr 

Ebs 

Ebt 

Ebu 

Ebv 

Ebw 

Ebx 

Eby 

Ebz 

Ec 

Eca 

Ecb 

Ecc 

Ecd 

Ece 

Ecf 

Ecg 

Ech 

Eci. 

Ecj 

Eck 

Eel 

Eem 

Ecu 

Eco 

Ecp 

Eeq 

Ecr 

Ees 

Ect 

Ecu 

Eev 

Eew 



CHBM 


Ecx 


CHBN 


Ecy 


CHBP 


Eez 


CHBQ 


Ed 


CHBR 


Eda 


CHBS 


Edb 


CHBT 


Ede 


CHBV 


Edd 


CHBW 


Ede 


CHBX 


Edf 


CHBY 


Edg 


CHBZ 


Edh 


CHDB 


Edi 


CHDF 


Edj 


CHDG 


Edk 


CHDJ 


Edl 


CHDK 


Edm 


CHDL 


Edn 


CHDM 


Edo 


CHDN 


Edp 


CHDP 


Edq 


CHDQ 


Edr 


CHDR 


Eds 


CHDS 


Edt 


CHDT 


Edu 


CHDV 


Edv 


CHDW 


Edw 


CHDX 


Edx 


CHDY 


Edy 


CHDZ 


Edz 


CHFB 


Ee 


CHPD 


Eea 


CHFG 


Eeb 


CHFJ 


Eec 


CHFK 


Eed 


CHFL 


Eem 


CHPM 


Ef 


CHFN 


Efa 


CHFP 


Efb 


CHFQ 


Efc 


CHFR 


Efd 


CHFS 


Efe 


CHFT 


EfE 


CHFV 


Efg 


CHFW 


Efh 


CHFX 


Efi 


CHFY 


Efj 


CHFZ 


Efk- 


CHGB 


Efl 


CHGD 


Efm 


CHGF 


Efn 


CHGJ 


Efo 


CHGK 


Efp 


CHGL 


Efq 


CHGM 


Efr 


CHGN 


Efs 


CHGP 


Eft 


CHGQ 


Efu 


CHGR 


Efv 


CHGS 


Efw 


CHGT 


Efx 


CHGV 


Efy 


CHGW 


Efz 


CHGX 


Eg 


CHGY 


Ega 


CHGZ 


Egb 


CHJB 


Ege 


CHJD 


Egd 


CHJF 


Ege 


CHJG 


Egf 


CHJK 


Egg 


CHJL 


Egh 


CHJM 


Egi 


CHJN 


Egj 



CHJP 


Egk 


CHJQ 


Egl 


CHJR 


Egm 


CHJS 


Egn 


CHJT 


Ego 


CHJV 


Egp 


CHJW 


Egq 


CHJX 


Egr 


CHJY 


Egs 


CHJZ 


Egt 


CHKB 


Egu 


CHKD 


Egv 


CHKF 


Egw 


CHKG 


Egx 


OHKJ 


Egy 


CHKL 


Egz 


CHKM 


Eh 


CHKN 


Eba 


CHKP 


Ebb 


CHKQ 


Ebe 


CHKR 


Ebd 


CHKS 


Ebe 


CHKT 


Ebf 


CHKV 


Ebg 


CHKW 


Ebb 


CHKX 


Ehi 


CHKY 


Ebj 


CHKZ 


Ebk 


CHLB 


Ehl 


CHLD 


Ehin 


CHLF 


Ebn 


CHLG 


Ebo 


CHLJ 


Ebp 


CHLK 


Ebq 


CHLM 


Ebr 


CHLN 


Ebs 


CHLP 


Ebt 


CHLQ 


Ebu 


CHLR 


Ebv 


CHLS 


Ebw 


CHLT 


Ebx 


CHLV 


Eby 


CHLW 


Ebz 


CHLX 


Ei 


CHLY 


Eia 


CSLZ 


Eib 


CHMB 


Eie 


CHMD 


Eid 


CHMF 


Eie 


CHMG 


Eif 


CHMJ 


Eig 


CHMK 


Eib 


CHML 


Eii 


CHMN 


Eij 


CHMP 


Eik 


CHMQ 


Eil 


OHMR 


Eim 


CHMS 


Ein 


CHMT 


Eio 


CHMV 


Eip 


CHMW 


Eiq 


CHMX 


Eir 


CHMY 


Eis 


CHMZ 


Eit 


CHNB 


Eiu 


CHND 


Eiv 


CHNF 


Eiw 


CHNG 


Eix 


CHNJ 


Eiy 


CHNK 


Eiz 


CHNL 


Ej 


CHNM 


Eja 


CHNP 


Ejb 


CHNQ 


Ejc 



CHNR 

CHNS 

OHNT 

CHNV 

CHNW 

CHNX 

CHNY 

CHNZ 

CHPB 

CHPD 

CHPF 

CHPG 

CHPJ 

CHPK 

CHPL 

CHPM 

CHPN 

CHPQ 

CHPR 

CHPS 

CHPT 

CHPV 

CHPW 

CHPX 

CHPY 

CHPZ 

CHQB 

CHQD 

CHQF 

CHQG 

CHQJ 

CHQK 

CHQL 

CHQM 

CHQN 

CHQP 

CHQR 

CHQS 

CHQT 

CHQV 

CHQW 

CHQX 

CHQY 

CHQZ 

CHRB 

CHRD 

CHRP 

CHRG 

CHRJ 

CHRK 

CHRL 

CHRM 

CHRN 

CHRP 

CHRQ 

CHRS 

CHRT 

CHRV 

CHRW 

CHRX 

CHRY 

CHRZ 

CHSB 

CHSD 

CHSF 

CHSG 

CHSJ 

CHSK 

CHSL 

CHSM 

CHSN 

CHSP 

CHSQ 

CHSR 



Eid 


CHST 


Blx 


Eje 


CHSV 


Ely 


Ejf 


CHSW 


Elz 


Eig 


CHSX 


Em 


EjE 


CHSY 


Ema 


E]i 


CHSZ 


Emb 


E,1j 


CHTB 


Emc 


Ejk 


CHTD 


Emd 


Ejl 


CHTF 


Eme 


Ejm. 


CHTG 


Emf 


Ejn 


CHTJ 


Emg 


Ejo 


CHTK 


Emb 


Ejp 


CHTL 


Emi 


Ejq 


CHTM 


Emj 


Ejf 


CHTN 


Emk 


Ejs 


CHTP 


Eml 


Ejt 


CHTQ 


Emm 


Eju 


CHTR 


Emn 


Ejv 


CHTS 


Emo 


Ejw 


CHTV 


Emp 


Ejx 


CHTW 


Emq 


Ejy 


CHTX 


Emr 


Ejz 


CHTY 


Ems 


Ek 


CHTZ 


Emt 


Eka 


CHVB 


Emu 


Ekb 


CHVD 


Emv 


Eke 


CHVF 


Emw 


Ekd 


CHVG 


Emx 


Eke 


CHVJ 


Emy 


Ekf 


CHVK 


Emz 


Ekg 


CHVL 


En 


Ekb 


CHVM 


Ena 


Eki 


CHVN 


Enb 


Ekj 


CHVP 


Enc 


Ekk 


CHVQ 


End 


Ekl 


CHVR 


Ene 


Ekm 


CHVS 


Enf 


Ekn 


CHVT 


Eng 


Eko 


CHVW 


Enb 


Ekp 


CHVX 


Eni 


Ekq 


CHVY 


Enj 


Ekr 


CHVZ 


Enk 


Eks 


CHWB 


Enl 


Bkt 


CHWD 


Enm 


Eku 


CHWF 


Enn 


Ekv 


CHWG* 


Eno 


Ekw 


CHWJ 


Enp 


Ekx 


CHWK 


Enq 


Eky 


CHWL 


Enr 


Ekz 


CHWM 


Ens 


El 


CHWN 


Ent 


Ela 


CHWP |Enu 


Eib 


CHWQ Env 


Eie 


CHWR Enw 


Eld 


CHWS ; Enx 


Eie 


CHWT lEny 


Elf 


CHWV Enz 


Eig 


CHWX Eo 


Elh 


CHWY i Eoa 


Eli 


CHWZ Eob 


Elj 


CHXB Eoc 


Elk 


CHXD 


Eod 


Ell 


CHXF 


Eoe 


Elm 


CHXG 


Eof 


Eln 


CHXJ 


Ecg 


Elo 


CHXK 


Eob 


Elp 


CHXL 


Eoi 


Elq 


CHXM 


Ecj 


Elr 


CHXN 


Eok 


Els 


CHXP 


Eol 


Elt 


CHXQ 


Eom 


Elu 


CHXR 


Eon 


Elv 


CHXS 


Eoo 


Elw 


CHXT 


Eop 



Part -I. 



ALPHABETICAL SPELLING TABLE. 



19 



CHXV 


Eoq 


CJDY 


Eri 


CJLB 


Enc 


CJQF 


Eww 


CJVH 


Ezp 


CJYT 


Fes 


CHXW 


Eor 


CJDZ 


Erk 


CJLD 


Eud 


CJQG 


Ewx 


CJVK 


Ezq 


CJYV 


Pet 


CHXY 


Eos 


CJFB 


Eri 


CJLF 


Ene 


CJQH 


Ewy 


CJVL 


Ezr 


CJYW 


Feu 


CHXZ 


Eot 


CJPD 


Erm 


CJLG 


Euf 


CJQK 


Ewz 


CJVM 


Ezs 


CJYX 


Fev 


CHYB 


Eou 


CJFG 


Em 


CJLH 


Eug 


CJQL 


Ex 


CJVN 


Ezt 


CJYZ 


Few 


CHYD 


Eov 


CJPH 


Ero 


CJLK 


Etih 


CJQM 


Exa 


CJVP 


Ezu 


CJZB 


Pex 


CHYF 


Eow 


CJFK 


Erp 


CJLM 


Eui 


CJQN 
CJQP 


Exb 


CJVQ 


Ezv 


CJZD 


Fey 


CHYG 


Eox 


CJFL 


Erq 


CJLN 


Euj 


Exc 


CJVB 


Ezw 


CJZF 


Fez 


CHYJ 


■Eoy 


CJPM 


Err 


CJLP 


Euk 


CJQR 


Exd 


CJVS 


Ezx 


CJZG 


Ff 


CHYK 


Eoz 


CJFK 


Ers 


CJLQ 


Eul 


CJQS 


Exe 


CJVT 


Ezy 


CJZH 


Fg ■ 


CHYL 


Ep 


CJFP 


Ert 


CJLR 


Eum 


CJQT 


Exf 


CJVW 


Ezz 


CJZK 


Fh 


CHYM 


Epa 


CJFQ 


Eru 


CJLS 


Eun 


CJQV 


Exg 


CJVX 




CJZL 


Pha 


CHYN 


Epb 


CJFR 


Erv 


CJLT 


Euo 


CJQW 
CJQX 


Exh 


CJVY 




CJZM 


Phe 


CHYP 


Epc 


CJFS 


Erw 


CJLV 


Etip 


Exi 


CJVZ 




CJZN 


FM 


CHYQ 


Epd 


CJFT 


Erx 


CJLW 


Euq 


CJQY 


Exj 






CJZP 


Fho 


CHYB 


Epe 


CJFV 


Ery 


CJLX 


Eur 


CJQZ 


Exk 






CJZQ 


Fhu 


CHYS 


Epf 


CJFW 


Erz 


CJLY 


Eus 


CJBB 


Exl 






CJZB 


Fhy 


CHYT 


Epg 


CJFX 


Es 


CJLZ 


Eut 


CJRD 


Exm 






CJZS 


Fi 


CHYV 


Eph 


CJFY 


Esa 


CJMB 


Euu 


CJBP 


Exn 






CJZT 


Fia 


CHYW 


Epi 


CJFZ 


Esb 


CJMD 


Euv 


CJRG 


Exo 






CJZV 


Fib 


CHYX 


Epj 


CJGB 


Esc 


CJMP 


Euw 


CJRH 


Exp 






CJZW 


Pic 


CHYZ 


Epk 


CJGD 


Esd 


CJMG 


Eux 


CJRK 


Exq 






CJZX 


Fid 


CHZB 


Epl 


CJGF 


Ese 


CJMH 


Euy 


CJBL 


Exr 






CKBD 


Fie 


CHZD 


Epm 


CJGH 


Esf 


CJMK 


Euz 


CJRM 


Exs 




r. 


CKBG 


Fif 


CHZF 


Bpn 


CJGK 


Esg 


CJML 


Ev 


CJRN 


Ext 






CKBH 


Fig 


CHZG 


Epo 


cjGl 


Esh 


CJMN 


Eva 


CJRP 


Exu 


CJWB 


Fa 


CKBJ 


Fih 


CHZJ 


Epp 


CJGM 


Esi 


CJMP 


Evb 


CJRQ 


Exv 


CJWD 


Faa 


CKBL 


Fii 


CHZK 


Epq 


CJGN 


Esj 


CJMQ 


Eve 


CJRS 


Exw 


CJWF 


Fab 


CKBM 


Fij 


CHZL 


Epr 


CJGP 


Esk 


CJMR 


Evd 


CJBT 


Exx 


CJWG 


Fae 


CKBN 


Pik 


CHZM 


Eps 


CJGQ 


Esl 


CJMS 


Eve 


CJBV 


Exv 


CJWH 


Fad . 


CKBP 


Fil 


CHZN 


Ept 


CJGR 


Esm 


CJMT 


Evf 


CJRW 


Exz 


CJWK 


Fae 


CKBQ 


Pirn 


CHZP 


Epu 


CJGS 


Esn 


CJMV 


Evg 


CJBX 


Ey 


CJWL 


Faf 


CKBR 


Fin 


CHZQ 


Epv 


CJGT 


Eso 


CJMW 


Evh 


^CJEY 


Eya 


CJWM 


Fag 


CKBS 


Fio 


CHZR 


Ep-w 


CJGV 


Esp 


CJMX 


Evi 


CJBZ. 


Eyb 


CJWN 


Fah 


CKBT 


Fip 


CHZS 


Epx 


CJGW 


Esq 


CJMY 


Evj 


CJSB 


Eye 


CJWP 


Fai 


CKBV 


Fiq 


CHZT 


Epy 


CJGX 


Esr 


CJMZ 


Evk 


CJSD 


Eyd 


CJWQ 


Faj 


CKBW 


Fir 


CHZV 


Epz 


CJGY 


Ess 


CJNB 


Evl 


CJSF 


Eye 


CJWB 


Fak 


CKBX 


Pis 


CHZW 


Eq 


CJGZ 


Est 


CJND 


Evm 


CJSG 


Eyf 


CJWS 


Fal 


CKBY 


Fit 


CHZX 


Eqa 


CJHB 


Esu 


CJNP 


Evn 


CJSH 


Eyg 


CJWT 


Pa,Tn 


CKBZ 


Fin 


CHZY 


Eqb 


CJHD 


Esv 


CJNG 


Evo ' 


CJSK 


Eyh 


CJWV 


Fan 


CKDB 


Piv 


CJBD 


Eqc 


CJHF 


Esw 


CJNH 


Evp 


CJSL 


Eyi 


CJWX 


Fao 


CKDF 


Fiw 


CJBF 


Eqd 


CJHG 


■Esx 


CJNK 


Evq 


CJSM 


Eyj 


CJWY 


Fap 


CKDG 


Fix 


CJBG 


Eqe 


CJHK 


Esy 


CJNL 


Evr 


CJSN 


Eyk 


CJWZ 


Faq 


CKDH 


Fiy 


CJBH 


Eqf 


CJHL 


Esz 


CJNM 


Evs 


CJSP 


Eyl 


CJXB 


Far 


CKDJ 


Fiz 


CJBK 


Eqg 


CJHM 


Et 


CJNP 


Evt 


CJSQ 


Eym 


CJXD 


Fas 


CKDL 


F.i 


CJBL 


Eqh 


CJHN 


Eta 


CJNQ 


Evu 


CJSB 


Eyn 


CJXF 


Pat 


CKDM 


Fk 


CJBM 


Eqi 


CJHP 


Etb 


CJNR 


Evv 


CJST 


Eye 


CJXG 


Fan 


CKDN 


Fla 


CJBN 


Eqj 


CJHQ 


Etc 


CJNS 


Evw 


CJSV 


Eyp 


CJXH 


Fav 


CKDP 


Fie 


CJBP 


Eqk 


CJHR 


Etd 


CJNT 


Evx 


CJSW 


Eyq 


CJXK 


Paw 


CKDQ 


Fli 


CJBQ 


Eql 


CJHS 


Ete 


CJNV 


Evy 


CJSX 


Evr 


CJXL 


Fax 


CKDB 


Flo 


CJBR 


Eqm 


CJHT 


Etf 


CJNW 


Evz 


CJSY 


Eys 


CJXM 


Fay 


CKDS 


Fin 


CJBS 


Eqn 


CJHV 


Etg 


CJNX 


Evv 


CJSZ 


Eyt 


CJXN 


Faz 


CKDT 


Fly 


CJBT 


Eqo 


CJHW 


Eth 


CJNY 


Ewa 


CJTB 


Eyu 


CJXP 


Fb 


CKDV 


Fm 


CJBV 


Eqp 


CJHX 


Eti 


CJNZ 


Ewb 


CJTD 


Eyv 


CJXQ 


Fc 


CKDW 


Fn 


CJBW 


Eqq 


CJHY 


Etj 


CJPB 


Ewo 


CJTF 


Eyw 


CJXB 


Fd 


CKDX 


Fo 


CJBX 


Eqr 


CJHZ 


Etk 


CJPD 


Ewd 


CJTG 


Eyx 


CJXS 


Fe 


CKDY 


Foa 


CJBY 


Eqs 


CJKB 


Etl 


CJPP 


Ewe 


CJTH 


Eyy 


CJXT 


Fea 


CKDZ 


-Fob 


CJBZ 


Eqt 


CJKn 


Etm 


CJPG 


Ewf 


CJTK 


Eyz 


CJXV 


Feb 


CKFB 


Foe 


CJDB 


Eqn 


CJKP 


Etn 


CJPH 


Ewg 


CJTL 


Ez 


CJXW 


Pec 


CKFD 


Fod 


CJDF 


Eqv 


CJKG 


Eto 


CJPK 


Ewh 


CJTM 


Eza 


CJXY 


Fed 


CKFG 


Foe 


CJDG 


Eqw 


CJKH 


Etp 


CJPL 


Ewi 


CJTN 


Ezb 


CJXZ 


Fee 


CKFH 


Fof 


CJDH 


Eqx 


CJKL 


Etq 


CJPM 


Ewj 


CJTP 


Eze 


CJYB 


Fef 


CKFJ 


Fog 


CJDK 


Eqy 


CJKM 


Etr 


CJPN 


Ewk 


CJTQ 


Ezd 


CJYD 


Peg 


CKFL 


Fob 


CJDL 


Eqz 


CJKN 


Ets 


CJPQ 


Ewl 


CJTB 


E^e 


CJYF 


Feh 


CKFM 


Foi 


CJDM 


Er 


CJKP 


Ett 


CJPR 


Ewm 


CJTS 


Ezf 


CJYG 


Fei 


CKFN 


S°? 


CJDN 


Era 


CJKQ 


Etii 


CJPS 


Ewn 


CJTV 


Ezg 


CJYH 


Fej 


CKFP 


Fok 


CJDP 


Erb 


CJKR 


Etv 


CJPT 


Ewo 


CJTW 


Ezh 


CJYK 


Fek 


CKFQ 


Fol 


CJDQ 
CJDR 


Ere 


CJKS 


Etw 


CJPV 


Ewp 


CJTX 


Ezi 


CJYL 


Pel 


CKFB 


Fom 


Erd 


CJKT 


Etx 


CJPW 


Ewq 


CJTY 


Ezj 


CJYM 


Fern 


CKFS 


Fon 


CTDS 


Ere 


CJKV 


Ety 


CJPX 


Ewr 


CJTZ 


Ezk 


CJYN 


Fen 


CKFT 


Poo 


CJDT 


Erf 


CJKW 


Etz 


CJPY 


Ews 


CJVB 


Ezl 


CJYP 


Feo 


GKFV 


Fop 


CJDV 


Erg 


CJKX 


Eu 


CJPZ 


Ewt 


CJVD 


Ezm 


CJYQ 


Pep 


CKFW 


Foq 


CJDW 


Erh 


CJKY 


Eua 


CJQB 


Ewu 


CJVF 


Ezn 


CJYB 


Feq 


CKFX 


For 


CJDX 


Eri 


CJKZ 


Eub 


CJQD 


Ewv 


CJVG 


Ezo 


CJYS 


Per 


CKFY 


Fos 



20 



ALPHABETICAL SPELLING TABLE. 



Part 1. 



CKFZ 

CKGB 

CKGD 

CKGF 

CKGH 

CKGJ 

CKGL 

CKGM 

CKGN 

CKGP 

CKGQ 

CKGR 

CKGS 

CKGT 

CKGV 

CKGW 

CKGX 

CKGY 

CKGZ 

CKHB 

CKHD 

CKHF 

CKHG 

CKHJ 

CKHL 

CKHM 

CKHN 

CKHP 

CKHQ 

CKHR 

CKHS 

CKHT 

CKHV 

CKHW 

CKHX 

CKHY 

CKHZ 

CKJB 

CKJD 

CKJF 

CKJG 

CKJH 

CKJL 

CKJM 

CKJN 

CKJP 

CKJQ 

CKJR 

CKJS 

CKJT 

CKJV 

CKJW 

CKJX 

CKJY 

CKJZ 



Fot 

Fou 

Fov 

Fow 

Fox 

Foy 

Foz 

Fp 

Fq 

Fr 

Fra 

Fre 

Fri 

Fro 

Fni 

Fry 

Fs 

Ft 

Fu 

Fua 

Fub 

Fuc 

Fud 

Fue 

Fuf 

Fug 

Fuh 

Fui 

Fuj 

Fuk 

Fal 

Fum 

Fun 

Fuo 

Fup 

Fuq 

Fur 

Fus 

Fut 

Fuu 

Fuv 

Fuw 

Fux 

Fuy 

Fuz ' 

Fv 

Fw 

Fx 

Fy 

Fya 

Fye 

Fyi 

Fyo 

Fyu 

Fz 



CKLB 
CKLD 
CKLF 
CKLG 
CKLH 
CKLJ 
CKLM 
CKLN 



Ga 

Gaa 

Gab 

Gao 

Gad 

Gae 

Gaf 

Gag 






CKLP 

CKLQ 

CKLR 

CKLS 

CKLT 

CKLV 

CKLW 

CKLX 

CKLY 

CKLZ 

CKMB 

CKMD 

CKMF 

CKMG 

CKMH 

CKMJ 

CKML 

CKMN 

CKMP 

CKMQ 

CKMR 

OEMS 

CKMT 

CKMV 

CKMW 

CKMX 

CKMY 

CKMZ 

CKNB 

CKND 

CKNF 

CKNG 

CKNH 

CKNJ 

CKNii 

CKNM 

CKNP 

CKNQ 

CKNR 

CKNS 

CENT 

CKNV 

CENW 

CKNX 

CKNY 

CKNZ 

CKPB 

CKPD 

CKPF 

CKPG 

CKPH 

CKPJ 

CKPL 

CKPM 

CKPN 

CKPQ 

CKPR 

CKPS 

CKPT 

CKPV 

CKPW 

CKPX 

CKPY 

CKPZ 

CKQB 

CKQD 

CKQF 

CKQG 

CKQH 

CKQJ 

CKQL 

CKQM 

CKQN 

CKQP 



Gah 

Gai 

Gaj 

Gak 

Gal 

Gam 

Gan 

Gao 

Gap 

Gaq 

Gar 

Gas 

Gat 

Gau 

Gav 

Gaw 

Gax 

Gay 

Gaz 

Gb 

Gc 

Gd 

Ge 

Gea 

Geb 

Gee 

Ged 

Gee 

Gef 

Geg 

Geh 

Gei 

Gej 

Gek 

Gel 

Gem 

Gen 

Geo 

Gep 

Geq 

Ger 

Ges 

Get 

Geu 

Gev 

Gew 

Gex 

Gey 

Gez 

Gf 

Gg 

Gh 

Gha 

Ghe 

Ghi 

Gho 

Ghu 

Ghy 

Gi 

Gia 

Gib 

Gic 

Gid 

Gie 

Gif 

Gig 

Gih 

Gii 

Gij 

Gik 

Gil 

Gim 

Gin 

Gio 



CKQR 

CKQS 

CKQT 

CKQV 

CKQW 

CKQX 

CKQY 

CKQZ 

CKRB 

CKRD 

CKRF 

CKRG 

CKRH 

CKRJ 

CKRL 

CKRM 

CKRN 

CKRP 

CKBQ 

CKRS 

CKRT 

CKBV 

CKRW 

CKRX 

CKRY 

CKRZ 

CKSB 

CKSD 

CKSF 

CKSG 

CKSH 

CKSJ 

CKSL 

CKSM . 

CKSN 

CKSP 

CKSQ 

CKSR 

CKST 

CKSV 

CKSW 

CKSX 

CKSY 

CKSZ 

CKTB 

CKTD 

CKTF 

CKTG 

CKTH 

CKTJ 

CKTL 

CKTM 

CKTN 

CKTP 

CKTQ 

CKTB 

CRTS 

CKTV 

CKTW 

CKTX 

CKTY 

CKTZ 

CKVB 

CKVD 

CKVF 

CKVG 

CKVH 

CKVJ 

CKVL 

CKVM 

CKVN 

CKVP 

CKVQ 

CKVR 



Gip 

Giq 

Gir 

Gis 

Git 

Giu 

Giv 

Giw 

Gix 

Giy 

Giz 

Grj 

Gk 

Gl 

Gla 

Gle 

Gli 

Glo 

Glu 

Gly 

Gm 

Gn 

Go 

Goa 

Gob 

Goc 

God 

Goe 

Gof 

Gog 

Goh 

Goi 

Goj 

Gok 

Gol 

Gom 

Gon 

Goo 

Gop 

Goq 

Gor 

Gos 

Got 

Gou 

Gov 

Gow 

Gox 

Goy 

Goz 

Gp 

Gq 

Gr 

Gra 

Gre 

Gri 

Gro 

Gru 

Gry 

Gs 

Gt 

Gu 

Gua 

Gub 

Guc 

Gud 

Gue 

Guf 

Gug 

Guh 

Gui 

Guj 

Guk 

Gul 

Gum 



CKVS 

CKVT 

CKVW 

CKVX 

CKVY 

CKVZ 

CKWB 

CKWD 

CKWF 

CKWG 

CKWH 

CKWJ 

CKWL 

CKWM 

CKWN 

CKWP 

CKWQ 

CKWR 

CKWS 

CKWT 

CKWV 

CKWX 

CKWY 

CKWZ 



CKXB 

CKXD 

CKXF 

CKXG 

CKXH 

CKXJ 

CKXL 

CKXM 

CKXN 

CKXP 

CKXQ 

CKXR 

CKXS 

CKXT 

CKXV 

CKXW 

CKXY 

CKXZ 

CKYB 

CKYD 

CKYF 

CKYG 

CKYH 

CKYJ 

CKYL 

CKYM 

OKYN 

CKYP 

CKYQ 

CKYR 

CKYS 

CKYT 

CKYV 

CKYW 

CKYX 

CKYZ 

CKZB 

CKZD 

CKZF 



Gun 

Guo 

Gup 

Guq 

Gur 

Gus 

Gut 

Guu 

Guv 

Guw 

Gux 

Guy 

Guz 

Gv 

Gw 

Gx 

Gy 

Gya 

Gye 

Gyi 

Gyo 

Gyu 

Gz 



Ha 

Haa 

Hab 

Hac 

Had 

Hae 

Haf 

Hag 

Hah 

Hai 

Haj 

Hak 

Hal 

Ham 

Han 

Hao 

Hap 

Haq 

Har 

Has 

Hat 

Hau 

Hav 

Haw 

Hax 

Hay 

Haz 

Hb 

He 

Hd 

He 

Hea 

Heb 

Hec 

Hed 

Hee 

Hef 



Heh 



CKZG 

CKZH 

CKZJ 

CKZL 

CKZM 

CKZN 

CKZP 

CKZQ 

CKZR 

CKZS 

CKZT 

CKZV 

CKZW 

CKZX 

CKZY 

CLBD 

CLBF 

GLBG 

CLBH 

CLBJ 

CLBK 

CLBM 

CLBN 

CLBP 

CLBQ 

CLBR 

CLBS 

CLBT 

CLBV 

CLBW 

CLBX 

CLBY 

CLBZ 

CLDB 

CLDF 

CLDG 

CLDH 

CLDJ 

CLDK 

CLDM 

CLDN 

CLDP 

CLDQ 

CLDR 

CLDS 

CLDT 

CLDV 

CLDW 

CLDX 

OLDY 

CLDZ 

CLFB 

CLFD 

CLFG 

CLFH 

CLFJ 

CLFK 

CLFM 

CLPN 

CLFP 

CLFQ 

CLFR 

CLFS 

CLFT 

CLFV 

CLFW 

CLFX 

CLFY 

CLFZ 

CLGB 

CLGD 

CLGF 

CLGH 

CLGJ 



Hei 

Hej 

Hek 

Hel 

Hem 

Hen 

Heo 

Hep 

Heq 

Her 

Hes 

Het 

Heu 

Hev 

Hew 

Hex 

Hey 

Hez 

H£ 

Hg 

Hh 

Hi 

Hia 

Hib 

Hie 

Hid 

Hie 

Hif 

Hig 

Hih 

Hii 

Hij 

Hik 

Hil 

Him 

Hin 

Hio 

Hip 

Hiq 

Hir 

His 

Hit 

Hiu 

Hiv 

Hiw 

Hii 

Hiy 

Hiz 

Hj 

Hk 

HI 

Hla 

Hie 

Hii 

Hlo 

Hlu 

Hly 

Hm 

Hn 

Ho 

Hoa 

Hob 

Hoc 

Hod 

Hoe 

Hof 

Hog 

Hoh 

Hoi 

Hoj 

Hok 

Hoi 

Hom 

Hon 



CLGK 

CLGM 

CLGN 

CLGP 

CLGQ 

CLGR 

CLGS 

CLGT 

CLGV 

CLGW 

CLGX 

CLGY 

CLGZ 

CLHB 

CLHD 

CLHF 

CLHG 

CLHJ 

CLHK 

CLHM 

CLHN 

CLHP 

CLHQ 

CLHR 

CLHS 

CLHT 

CLHV 

CLHW 

CLHX 

CLHY 

CLHZ 

CLJB 

CLJD 

CLJF 

CLJG 

CLJH 

CLJK 

CLJM 

CLJN 

CLJP 

CLJQ 

CLJR 

CLJS 

CLJT 

CLJV 

CLJW 

CLJX 

CLJY 

CLJZ 

CLKB 

CLKD 

CLKF 

CLKG 

CLKH 

CLKJ 

CLKM 

CLKN 

CLKP 

CLKQ 

CLKR 

CLKS 

CLKT 

CLKV 

CLKW 

CLKX 

CLKY 

CLKZ 



Hoc 

Hop 

Hoq 

Hor 

Hos 

Hot 

Hou 

Hov 

How 

Hex 

Hoy 

Hoz 

Hp 

Hq 

Hr 

Hra 

Hre 

Hri 

Hro 

Hru 

Hry 

Hs 

Ht 

Hu 

Hua 

Hub 

Hue 

Hud 

Hue 

Huf 

Hug 

Huh 

Hui 

Huj 

Huk 

Hul 

Hum 

Hun 

Huo 

Hup 

Huq 

Hnr 

Hus 

Hut 

Huu 

Huv 

Huw 

Hux 

Huy 

Huz 

Hv 

Hw 

Hx 

Hy 

Hya 

Hye 

Hyi 

Hyo 

Hyu 

Hyy 

Hz 



Paet I. 



ALPHABETICAL SPELLING TABLE. 



21 



. 


L 


CLRB 


111 


CLWF 


He 


CMBJ 


Iny 


CMHL 


Iqr 


CMNP 


Itk 






CLRD 


lim 


CLWG 


Ilf 


CMBK 


Inz 


CMHN 


Iqs 


CMNQ 


Itl 


CLMB 


la 


CLRF 


lin , 


CLWH 


Ilg 


CMBL 


lo 


CMHP 


Iqt 


CMNR 


Itm 


CLMD 


laa 


CLRG 


lio 


CLWJ 


Ilh 


CMBN 


loa 


CMHQ 


Iqu 


CMNS 


Itn 


CLMF 


lab 


CLRH 


lip 


CLWK 


Hi 


CMBP 


lob 


CMHR 


Iqv 


CMNT 


Ito 


CLMG 


lac 


CLRJ 


liq 


CLWM 


nj 


CMBQ 


loc 


CMHS 


Iqw 


CMNV 


Itp 


CLMH 


lad 


CLRK 


lir 


CLWN 


Ilk 


CMBR 


lod 


CMHT 


Iqx 


CMNW 


Itq 


CLMJ 


lae 


CLRM 


lis 


CLWP 


ni 


OMBS 


loe 


CMHV 


iqy 


CMNX 


Itr 


CLMK 


laf 


CLRN 


lit 


CLWQ 


nm 


CMBT 


lof 


CMHW 


Iqz 


CMNY 


Its 


CLMN 


lag 


CLRP 


liu 


CLWR 


nn 


CMBV 


loh 


CMHX 


Ir 


CMNZ 


Itt 


CLMP 


lah 


CLRQ 


liv 


CLWS 


no 


CMBW 


CMHY 


Ira 


CMPB 


Itu 


CLMQ 


lai 


CLRS 


liw 


CLWT 


Up 


CMBX 


loi 


CMHZ 


Irb 


CMPD 


Itv 


CLMR 


laj 


CLRT 


lis 


CLWV 


nq 


CMBY 


loj 


CMJB 


Ire 


CMPF 


Itw 


CLMS 


lak 


CLRV 


liy 


CLWX 


Ilr 


CMBZ 


lok 


CMJD 


Ird 


CMPG 


Itx 


CLMT 


lal 


CLRW 


liz 


CLWY 


lis 


CMDB 


lol 


CMJF 


Ire 


CMPH 


Ity 


CLMV 


lam 


CLRX 


I] 


OLWZ 


lit 


CMDF 


lom 


CMJG 


Irf 


CMPJ 


Itz 


CLMW 


Ian 


CLRY 


I]a 


CLXB 


Ilu 


CMDG 


Ion 


CMJH 


Irg 


CMPK 


lu 


CLMX 


lao 


CLRZ 


I]b 


CLXD 


nv 


CMDH 


loo 


CMJK 


Irh 


CMPL 


Ina 


CLMY 


lap 


CLSB 


I3C 


CLXF 


Ilw 


CMDJ 


lop 


CMJL 


Iri 


CMPN 


lub 


^ll^LMZ 


laq 


CLSD 


I]d 


CTiXG 


Ilx 


CMDK 


loq 


CMJN 


Irj 


CMPQ 


Inc 


^S0LNB 


lar 


CLSF 


Ije 


CLXH 


ny 


CMDL 


lor 


CMJP 


Irk 


CMPR 


lud 


«3LND 


las 


CLSG 


iDf 


CLXJ 


Ilz 


CMDN 


los 


CMJQ 


Irl 


CMPS 


lue 


CLNF 


lat 


CLSH 


I]g 


CLXK 


Im 


CMDP 


lot 


CMJR 


Irm 


CMPT 


luf 


CLNG 


laii 


CLSJ 


loh 


CLXM 


Ima 


CMDQ 


lou 


CMJS 


Im 


CMPV 


lug 


CLNH 


lav 


CLSK 


131 


CLXN 


Imb 


CMDR 


lov 


CMJT 


Irb 


CMPW 


luh 


ICLNJ 


law 


CLSM 


I3J 


CLXP 


Imc 


CMDS 


low 


CMJV 


Irp 


CMPX 


lui 


CLNK 


Tax 


CLSN 


I]k 


CLXQ 


Imd 


CMi)T 


lox 


CMJW 


Irq 


CMPY 


Ini 


CLNM 


lay 


CLSP 


Ijl 


CLXR 


Ime 


CMDV 


loy 


CMJX 


Irr 


CMPZ 


luk 


CLNP 


Taz 


CLSQ 


lom 


CLXS 


Imf 


CMDW 


loz 


CMjy 


Irs 


CMQB 


lul 


>CLNQ 


lb 


CLSR 


Ijn 


CLXT 


Img 


CMDX 


Ip 


CMJZ 


Irt 


CMQD 


lum 


CLNR 


Ic 


CLST 


I]0 


CLXV 


Imh 


CMDY 


Ipa 


CMKB 


Im 


CMQF 


lun 


CLNS 


Id 


CLSV 


lap 


CLXW 


Imi 


CMDZ 


Ipb 


CMKD 


Irv 


CMQG 


luo 


CLNT 


le 


CLSW 


I3q 


CT-XY 


Imj 


CMFB 


Ipc 


CMKF 


Irw 


CMQH 


lup 


CLNV 


lea 


CLSX 


Ijr 


CLXZ 


Imk 


CMFD 


Ipd 


CMKG 


Irx 


CMQJ 


luq 


CLNW 


leb 


CLSY 


Ijs 


CLYB 


Iml 


CMPG 


Ipe 


CMKH 


Iry 


CMQK 


lur 


CLNX 


lec 


CLSZ 


lot 


CLYD 


Imm 


CMFH 


Ipf 


CMKJ 


Irz 


CMQL 


lus 


CLNY 


led 


CLTB 


I311 


CLYF 


Imn 


CMFJ 


Ipg 


CMKL 


Is 


CMQN 


lut 


CLNZ 


lee 


CLTD 


I]v 


CLYG 


Imo 


CMFK 


Ipb 


CMKN 


Isa 


CMQP 


luu 


CLPB 


lef 


CLTF 


I. w 


CLVH 


Imp 


CMFL 


Ipi 


CMKP 


Isb 


CMQR 


Inv 


CLPD 


leg 


CLTG 


I]X 


CLYJ 


Imq 


CMFN 


Ipj 


CMKQ 


Isc 


CMQS 


luw 


CLPF 


let 


CLTH 


ijy 


CLYK 


Imr 


CMFP 


Ipk 


CMKR 


Isd 


CMQT 


lui 


CLPG 


lei » 


CLTJ 


I z 


CLYM 


Ims 


CMFQ 


Ipl 


CMKS 


Ise 


CMQV 


luy 


CLPH 


lej 


CLTK 


Jk 


CLYN 


Imt 


CMFR 


Ipm 


CMKT 


Isf 


CMQW 


luz 


CLPJ 


lek 


CLTM 


Ika 


CLYP 


Imu 


CMFS 


Ipn 


CMKV 


Isg 


CMQX 


Iv 


CLPK 


lel 


CLTN 


Ikb 


CLYQ 


Imv 


CMPT 


Ipo 


CMKW 


Isb 


CMQY 


Iva 


CLPM 


Jem 


CLTP 


Ike 


CLVR 


Imw 


CMFV 


Ipp 


CMKX 


Isi 


CMQZ 


Ivb 


CLPN 


len 


CLTQ 


Ikd 


CLYS 


Imx 


CMFW 


Ipq 


CMKY 


Isj 


CMRB 


Ivc 


CLPQ 
CLPR 


leo 


CLTR 


Ike 


CLYT 


Imy 


CMFX 


Ipr 


CMKZ 


Isk 


CMRD 


Ivd 


lep 


CLTS 


Ikf 


CLYV 


TmK 


CMPY 


Ips 


CMLB 


Isl 


CMRP 


Ive 


CLPS 


t ^ 
leq 

ler 


CLTV 


Ikg 


CLYW 


In 


CMFZ • 


Ipt 


CMLD 


Ism 


CMRG 


Ivf 


CLPT 


CLTW 


Ikh 


CLYX 


Ina 


CMGB 


Ipu 


CMLF 


Isn 


CMRH 


Ivg 


CLPV 


les 


CLTX 


Iki 


CLYZ 


Inb 


CMGD 


Ipv 


CMLG 


Iso 


CMRJ 


Ivb 


CLPW 


let 


CLTY 


Ikj 


CLZB 


Inc 


CMGF 


Ipw 


CMLH 


Isp 


CMRK 


Ivi 


CLPX 


leu 


CLTZ 


Ikk 


CLZD 


Ind 


CMGH 


Ipx 


CMLJ 


Isq 


CMRL 


Ivj 


CLPY 


lev 


CLVB 


Ikl 


CLZF 


Ine 


CMGJ 


ipy 


CMLK 


Isr 


CMRN 


Ivk 


CLPZ 


lew 


CLVD 


Ikm 


CLZG 


liif 


CMGK 


Ipz 


CMLN 


Iss 


CMRP 


Ivl 


CLQB 

CLQD 

CLQF 

CLQG 

CLQH 

CLQJ 

CLQK 

CLQM 

CLQN 

CLQP 

CLQR 

CLQS 

CLQT 

CLQV 

CLQW 

CLQX 

CLQY 

CLQZ 


lex 


CLVF 


Ikn 


CLZH 


Ing 


CMGL 


Iq 


CMLP 


Ist 


CMRQ 


Ivm 


ley 
lez 


CLVG 


Iko 


CLZJ 


Inh 


CMGN 


Iqa 


CMLQ 


Isu 


CMRS 


Ivn 


CLVH 


Ikp 


CLZK 


Ini 


CMGP 


Iqb 


CMLR 


Isv 


CMRT 


Ivo 


If 


CLVJ 


Ikq 


CLZM 


In.i 


CMGQ 


Iqc 


CMLS 


Isw 


CMRV 


Ivp 


Ig 
Ih 


CLVK 


Ikr 


CLZN 


Ink 


CMGR 


Iqd 


CMLT 


Isx 


CMRW 


Ivq 


CLVM 


Iks 


CLZP 


Inl 


CMGS 


Iqe 


CMLV 


Isy 


CMRX 


Ivr 


li 


CLVN 


Ikt 


CLZQ 


Inm 


CMGT 


Iqf 


CMLW 


Isz 


CMRY 


Ivs 


lia 


CLVP 


Iku 


CLZH 


Inn 


CMGV 


Iqg 


CMLX 


It 


CMRZ 


Ivt 


lib 


CLVQ 
CLVR 


Ikv 


CLZS 


Ino 


CMGW 


Iqh 


CMLY 


Ita 


CMSB 


Ivu 


lie 


Ikw 


CLZT 


Inp 


CMGX 


Iqi 


CMLZ 


Itb 


CMSD 


Ivv 


lid 


CLVS 


Ikx 


CLZV 


Inq 


CMGY 


Iqj 


CMNB 


Itc 


CMSF 


Ivw 


lie 


CLVT 


Iky 


CLZW 


Inr 


CMGZ 


Iqk 


CMND 


ltd 


CMSG 


Ivx 


lif 


CLVW 


Ikz 


CLZX 


Ins 


CMHB 


Iql 


CMNF 


Ite 


CMSH 


Ivy 


lig 
lib 


CLVX 


11 


CLZY 


Int 


CMHD 


Iqm 


CMNG 


Itf 


CMSJ 


Ivz 


CLVY 


Ila 


CMBD 


Inu 


CMHF 


Iqn 


CMNH 


?g 


CMSK 


Iw 


lii 


CLVZ 


lib 


CMBF 


Inv 


CMHG 


Iqo 


CMNJ 


Itb 


CMSL 


Iwa 


?i 


CLWB 


lie 


CMBG 


Inw 


CMHJ 


Iqp 


CMNK 


Iti 


CMSN 


Iwb 


CLWD 


lid 


CMBH 


Inx 


CMHK 


Iqq 


CMNL 


Itj 


CMSP 


Iwc 



22 



ALPHABETICAL SPELLING TABLE. 



Pakt I. 



CMSQ 

;CMSR 

CMST 

CMSV 

CMSW 

CMSX 

CMSY 

CMSZ 

CMTB 

CMTD 

CMTF 

CMTG 

CMTH 

CMTJ 

CMTK 


Iwd 

Iwe 

Iwf 

Iwg 

Iwh 

Iwi 

Iwj 

Iwk 

Iwl 

Iwm 

Iwn 

Iwo 

Iwp 

Iwq 

Iwr 


CMXS 

CMXT 

CMXV 

CMXW 

CMXY 

CMXZ 

CMYB 

CMYD 

CMYF 

CMYG 

CMYH 

CMYJ 

CM^K 

CMYL 

CMYN 


lyx 

lyy 

lyz 

Iz 

Iza 

Izb 

Izc 

Izd 

Ize 

Izf 

Izg 

Izh 

Izi 

Izk 


CNDH 

CNDJ 

CNDK 

CNDL 

CNDM 

CNDP 

CNDQ 

CNDB 

CNDS 

CNDT 

CNDV 

CNDW 

CNDX 

CNDY 

CNDZ 


Jau 

Jav 

Jaw 

Jax 

Jay 

Jaz 

Jb 

Jc 

Jd 

Je 

Jea 

Jeb 

Jec 

Jed , 

Jee 


CNJK 

CNJL 

CNJM 

CNJP 

CNJQ 

CNJR 

CNJS 

CNJT 

CNJV 

CNJW 

CNJX 

CNJY 

CNJZ 

CNKB 

CNKD 


Jl 

Jla 

Jle 

Jli 

Jlo 

Jlu 

Jly 

Jm 

Jn 

Jo 

Joa 

Job 

Joe 

Jod 

Joe 


CNPL 

CNPM 

CNPQ 

CNPB 

CNPS 

CNPT 

CNPV 

CNPW 

CNPX 

CNPY 

CNPZ 


Jv 

Jw 

Jx 

Jy 

Jya 

Jye 

Jyi 

Jyo 

Jyu 

Jyy 

Jz 


CNSX 

CNSY 

CNSZ 

CNTB 

CNTD 

CNTF 

CNTG 

CNTH 

CNTJ 

CNTK 

CNTL 

CNTM 

CNTP 

CNTQ 

CNTE 

CNTS 

CNTV 

CNTW 

CNTX 


Keu 
Kev 
Kew 
Kex 
Key 
Kez 
Kf 

^ 

Kha 

Khe 

Khi 

Kho 

Khu 

Khy 

Ki 

Kia 

Kib 

Kic 

Kid 

Kie 

Kif 


CMTL 


Iws 


CMYP 


Izl 


CNFB 


Jef 


CNKF 


Jof 






CMTN 
CMTP 


Iwt 
Iwu 


CMYQ 
OMYR 


Izm 
Izn 


CNFD 
CNFG 


Jeg 
Jeh 


CNKG 
CNKH 


Jog 
Job 


>. 




CMTQ 
CMTR 


Iwv 


CMYS 


Izo 


CNFH 


Jei 


CNKJ 


Joi 






Iww 


CMYT 


Izp 


CNFJ 


Jej 


CNKL 


Joj 






CNTY 


CMTS 


Iwx 


CMYV 


Izq 


CNFK 


Jek 


CNKM 


Jok 






CNTZ 


CMTV 


Iwy 


CMYW 


Izr 


CNFL 


Jel 


CNKP 


Jol 




K. 


CNVB 


CMTW 


Iwy 
Ix 


CMYX 


Izs 


CNFM 


Jem 


CNKQ 


Jom 






CNVD 


Kig 


CMTX 


CMYZ 


Izt 


CNFP 


Jen 


CNKB 


Jon 


CNQB 


Ka 


CNVF 


Kih 


CMTY 


Ixa 


CMZB 


Izu 


CNFQ 


Jeo 


CNKS 


Joo 


CNQD 


Kaa 


CNVG 


Kii 


CMTZ 


Ixb 


CMZD 


Izv 


CNFB 


Jep 


CNKT 


Jop 


CNQF 


Kab 


CNVH 


P? 


CMVB 


Ixc 


CMZF 


Izw 


CNFS 


Jeq 


CNKV 


Joq 


CNQG 


Kac 


CNVJ 


Kik 


CMVD 


Ixd 


CMZG 


TZT 


CNFT 


Jer 


CNKW 


Jor 


CNQH 


Kad 


CNVK 


Kil 


CMVF 


Ixe 


CM/,H 


Izy 


CNFV 


Jes 


CNKX 


Jos 


CNQJ 


Kae 


CNVL 


Kim 


CMVG 


Ixf 


CMZJ 


Izz 


CNFW 


Jet 


CNKY 


Jot 


CNQK 


Kaf 


CNVM 


Kin 


CMVH 


Ixg 


CMZK 




CNFX 


Jen 


CNKZ 


Jou 


CNQL 


Kag 


CNVP 


Kio 


CMVJ 


Ixh 


CMZL 




CNFY 


Jev. 


CNLB 


Jov 


CNQM 


Ka,b 


CNVQ 


Kip 


CMYK 


Ixi 


CMZN 




CNFZ 


Jew 


CNLD 


Jow 


CNQP 


Ka,i 


CNVB 


Kiq 


CMVL 


Ixj 


CMZP 




CNGB 


Jex 


CNLF 


Jox 


CNQB 


Kaj 


CNVS 


Kir 


CMVN 


Ixk 


CMZQ 




CNGD 


Jey 


CNLG 


Joy 


CNQS 


Kak 


CNVT 


Kis 


CMVP 


Ixl 


CMZR 




CNGF 


Jez 


CNLH 


Joz 


CNQT 


Kal 


CNVW 


Kit 


CMVQ 


TxTn 


CMZS 




CNGH 


Jf 


CNLJ 


Jp 


CNQV 


Kam 


CNVX 


Kiu 


CMVR 


Ixn 


CMZT 




CNGJ 


Jg 


CNLK 


Jq 


CNQW 


Kan 


CNVY 


Kiv 


CMVS 


Ixo 


CMZV 




CNGK 


Jh 


CNLM 


Jr 


CNQX 


Kao 


CNVZ 


Kiw 


CMVT 


Ixp 


CMZW 




CNGL 


Jha 


CNLP 


Jra 


CNQY 


Kap 


CNWB 


Kix 


CMVW 


Ixq 


CMZX 




CNGM 


Jhe 


CNLQ 


Jre 


CNQZ 


Kaq 


CNWD 


Kiy 


CMVX 


Ixf 


CMZY 




CNGP 


Jhi 


CNLB 


Jri 


CNBB 


Kar 


£INWF 


Kiz 


CMVY 


Ixs 






CNGQ 


Jho 


CNLS 


Jro 


CNBD 
CNBF 


Kas 


CNWG 


Kj 


CMVZ 


Ixt 






CNGB 


Jhu 


CNLT 


Jru 


Kat 


CNWH 


Kk 


CMWB 


Ixu 






CNGS 


Jhy 


CNLV 


Jry 


CNBG 


Kau 


CNWJ 


Kl 


CMWD 


Ixv 






CNGT 


Ji 


CNLW 


Js 


CNBH 


Kav 


CNWK 


Kla 


CMWF 


Ixw 






CNGV 


Jia 


CNLX 


Jt 


CNBJ 


Kaw 


CNWL 


Kle 


CMWG 


Ixx 






CNGW 


Jib 


CNLY 


Jn 


CNBK 


Kax 


CNWM 


Kli 


CMWH 


Ixy 






CNGX 


Jic 


CNLZ 


Jua . 


CNRL 


Kay 


CNWP 


Klo 


CMWJ 


Ixz 






CNGY 


Jid 


CNMB 


Jub 


CNBM 


Kaz 


CNWQ 


Kin 


CMWK 


ly 






CNGZ 


Jie 


CNMD 


Juc 


CNBP 


Kb 


CNWB 


Kly 


CMWL 


lya ■ 




J. 


CNHB 


Jif 


CNMF 


Jud 


CNBQ 


Kc 


CNWS 


Km 


CMWN 


lyb 






CNHD 


Jig 


CNMG 


Jne 


CNBS 


Kd 


CNWT 


Kn 


CMWP 


lyc 


CNBD 


Ja 


CNHF 


Jih 


CNMH 


Juf 


CNBT 


Ke 


CNWV 


Ko 


CMW.Q 


lyd 


CNBF 


Jaa 


CNHG 


Jii 


CNMJ 


Jug 


CNBV 


Kea 


CNWX 


Koa 


CMWB 


lye 


CNBG 


Jab 


CNHJ 


Jij 


CNMK 


Jnh 


CNBW 


Keb 


CNWY 


Kob 


OMWS 


lyf 


CNBH 


Jac 


CNHK 


Jik 


CNML 


Jni 


CNBX 


Keo 


CNWZ 


Koc 


CMWT 


lyg 


CNBJ 


Jad 


CNHL 


Jil 


CNMP 


Juj 


CNBY 


Ked 


CNXB 


Kod 


CMWV 


lyh 


CNBK 


Jae 


CNHM 


Jim 


CNMQ 


Jnk 


CNBZ 


Kee 


CNXD 


Koe 


CMWX 


lyi 


CNBL 


Jaf 


CNHP 


Jin 


CNMB 


Jul 


CNSB 


Kef 


CNXF 


Kof 


CMWY 


lyi 


CNBM 


Jag 


CNHQ 


Jio 


CNMS 


Jum 


CNSD 


Keg 


CNXG 


Kog 


CMWZ 


lyk 


CNBP 


Jah 


CNHB 


Jip 


CNMT 


Jun 


CNSP 


Keh 


CNXH 


Koh 


CMXB 


lyi 


CNBQ 


Jai 


CNHS 


Jiq 


CNMV 


Juo 


CNSG 


Kei 


CNXJ 


Koi 


CMXD 


lym 


CNBR 


Jaj 


CNHT 


Jir 


CNMW 


tTup 


CNSH 


Kej 


CNXK 


Koj 


CMXF 


lyn 


CNBS 


J*ik 


CNHV 


Jis 


CNMX 


Juq 


CNSJ 


Kek 


CNXL 


Kok 


CMXG 


lyo 


CNBT 


Jal 


CNHW 


Jit 


CNMY 


Jur ■ 


CNSK 


Kel 


CNXM 


Kol 


CMXH 


lyp 


CNBV 


Jam 


CNHX 


Jin 


CNMZ 


Jus 


CNSL 


Kem 


CNXP 


Kom 


CMXJ 


lyq 


CNBW 


Jan 


CNHY 


Jiv 


CNPB 


Jut 


CNSM 


Ken 


CNXQ 


Kon 


CMXK 


lyr 


CNBX 


Jao 


CNHZ 


Jiw 


CNPD 


Jun 


CNSP 


Keo 


CNXB 


Koo 


CMXL 


lys 


CNBY 


Jap 


CNJB 


Jix 


CNPF 


Juv 


CNSQ 


Kep 


CNXS 


Kop 


CMXN 


lyt 


CNBZ 


Jaq 


ICNJD 


•Jiy 


CNPG 


Juw 


CNSB 


Keq 


CNXT 


Koq 


CMXP 


lyu 


CNDB 


Jar 


CNJF 


Jiz 


CNPH 


Jux 


CNST 


Ker 


CNXV 


Kor 


CMXQ 


lyv 


CNDP 


J as 


CNJG 


Jj 


CNPJ 


Juy 


CNSV 


Kes 


CNXW 


Kos 


CMXR 


lyw, 


ONDG 


J at 


CNJH 


Jk 


CNPK 


Juz 


CNSW 


Ket 


CNXY 


Kot 

— 



Part I. 



ALPHABETICAL SPELLING TABLE. 



23 



ONXZ 


Kou 


CPDN 


Lah 


CPJR 


Liv 


CPNT 


Lut 


OPTG 


Mei 


CPYJ 


Moo 


CNYB 


Kov 


CPDQ 


Lai 


CPJS 


Liw 


CPNV 


Luu 


CPTH 


Mej 


CPYK 


Mop 


CNYD 


Kow 


CPDB 


Lai 
Lak 


CPJT 


Lix 


CPNW 


Luv 


CPTJ 


Mek 


CPYL 


Moq 


CNYF 


Kox 


CPDS 


CPJV 


Liy 


CPNX 


Luw 


CPTK 


Mel 


CPYM 


Mor 


CNYG 


Koy 


CPDT 


T,al 


CPJW 


Xiiz 


CPNY 


Lux 


CPTL 


Mem 


CPYN 


Mos 


CNYH 


Koz 


OPDV 


Lam 


CPJX 


Lj 


CPNZ 


Luy 


CPTM 


Men 


CPYQ 


Mot 


CNYJ 


Kp 


CPDW 


Lan 


CPJY 


Lk 


CPQB 


Luz 


CPTN 


Meo 


CPYB 


Mou 


CNYK 


Kq 


CPDX 


Lao 


CPJZ 


LI 


CPQD 


Lv 


CPTQ 
CPTE 


Mep 


CPYS 


Mov 


CNYL 


Kr 


CPDY 


Lap 


CPKB 


LI a 


CPQF 


Lw 


Meq 


CPYT 


Mow 


CNYM 


Kra 


CPDZ 


Laq 


CPKD 


Lie 


CPQG 


Lx 


CPTS 


Mer 


CPYV 


Mox 


CNYP 


Kre 


CPFB 


Lar 


CPKF 


Lli 


CPQH 


Ly 


CPTV 


Mes 


CPYW 


Moy 


CNYQ 


Kri 


CPFD 


Las 


CPKG 


Llo 


CPQJ 


Lya 


CPTW 


Met 


CPYX 


Moz 


CNYR 


Kro 


CPFG 


Lat 


CPKH 


Liu 


CPQK 


Lye 


CPTX 


Meu 


CPYZ 


Mp 


CNYS 


Kra 


CPFH 


Lau 


CPKJ 


Lly 


CPQL 


Lyi 


CPTY 


Mev 


CPZB 


Mq 


CNYT 


Kry 


CPFJ 


Lav 


CPKL 


Lm 


CPQM 


Lyo 


CPTZ 


Mew 


CPZD 


Ml- 


CNYV 


Ks 


CPFK 


Law 


CPKM 


Ln 


CPQN 


Lyu 


CPVB 


Mex 


CPZF 


Mra 


CNYW 


Kt 


CPFL 


Lax 


CPKN 


Lo 


CPQB 


Lyy 


CPVD 


Mey 


CPZG 


Mre 


CNYX 


Ku 


CPFM 


Lay 


CPKQ 


Loa 


CPQS 


Lz 


CPVF 


Mez 


CPZH 


Mri 


CNYZ 


Kua 


CPFN 


Laz 


CPKR 


Lob 


CPQT 




CPVG 


Mf 


CPZJ 


Mro 


CNZB 


Kub 


CPFQ 


Lb 


CPKS 


Loe 


CPQV 




CPVH 


Mg 


CPZK 


Mru 


CNZD 


Kuc 


CPFR 


Lc 


CPKT 


Led 


CPQW 




CPVJ 


Mb 


CPZL 


Mry 


CNZF 


Knd 


CPFS 


Ld 


CPKV 


Loe 


CPQX 




CPVK 


Mi 


CPZM 


Ms 


CNZG 


Kue 


CPFT 


Le 


CPK-VV 


Lof 


CPQY 




CPVL 


Mia 


CPZN 


Mt 


CNZH 


Kuf 


CPFV 


Lea 


CPKX 


Log 


CPQZ 




CPVM 


Mib 


CPZQ 


Mu 


CNZJ 


Kug 


CPFW 


Leb 


CPKY 


Lob 






CPVN 


Mic 


CPZB 


Mua 


CNZK 


Kuh 


CPFX 


Lee 


CPKZ 


Loi 






CPVQ 


Mid 


CPZS 


Mub 


CNZL 


Kui 


CPF!«: 


Led 


CPLB 


Loj 






CPVB 


Mie 


CPZT 


Muc 


CNZM 


Kuj 


CPFZ 


Lee 


CPLD 


Lok 






CPVS 


Mif 


CPZV 


Mud 


ClsTZP 


Kuk 


CPGB 


Lef 


CPLF 


Lol 






CPVT 


Mig 


CPZW 


Mue 


CNZQ 


Kul 


CPGD 


Leg 


CPLG 


Lom 






CPVW 


Mib 


CPZX 


Muf 


CNZR 


Kiim 


CPGF 


Leh 


CPLH 


Lon 






CPVX 


Mii 


CPZY 


Mug 


CNZS 


Kun 


CPGH 


Lei 


CPLJ 


Loo 






CPVY 


Mij 


CQBD 


Mub 


CNZT 


Kuo 


CPGJ 


Lej 


CPLK 


Lop 






CPVZ 


Mik 


CQBF 


Mui 


CNZV 


Kup 


CPGK 


Lek 


CPLM 


Loq 




TS.. 


CPWB 


Mil 


CQBG 


^'^^ 


CNZW 


Kuq 


CPGL 


Lei 


CPLN 


Lor 






CPWD 


Mim 


CQBH 


Muk 


CNZX 


Knr 


CPGM 


Lem 


CPLQ 


Los 


CPRB 


Ma 


CPWF 


Min 


CQBJ 


Mul 


CNZY 


Kus 


CPGN 


Len 


CPLB 


Lot 


CPRD 


Maa 


CPWG 


Mio 


CQBK 


Mum 


OPBD 


Kilt 


CPGQ 


Leo 


CPLS 


Lou 


CPBF 


Mab 


CPWH 


Mip 


CQBL 


Mun 


CPBF 


Kiiu 


CPGR 


Lep 


CPLT 


Lov 


CPBG 


Mac 


CPWJ 


Miq 


CQBM 


Muo 


CPBG 


Kuv 


OPGS 


Leq 


CPLV 


Low 


CPBH 


Mad 


CPWK 


Mir 


CQBN 


Mup 


CPBH 


Kuw 


CPGT 


Ler 


CPLW 


Lox 


CPBJ 


Mae 


CPWL 


Mis 


CQBP 


Muq 


CPBJ 


Kiix 


CPGV 


Les 


CPLX 


Loy 


CPBK 


Ma£ 


CPWM 


Mit 


CQBB 


Mur 


CPBK 


Ktiy 


CPGW 


Let 


CPLY 


Loz 


CPRL 


Mag 


CPWN 


Miu 


CQBS 


Mus 


CPBL 


Kxiz 


CPGX 


Leu 


CPLZ 


Lp 


CPBM 


Mab 


CPWQ 


Miv 


CQBT 


Mut 


CPBM 


Kv 


CPGY 


iLev 


CPMB 


.Lq 


CPBN 


Mai 


CPWB 


Miw 


CQBV 


Muu 


CPBN 


Kw 


CPGZ 


Lew 


CPMD 


Lr 


CPBQ 


Maj 


CPWS 


Mix 


CQBW 


Muv 


CPBQ 
CPBR 


Kx 


CPHB 


Lex 


CPMF 


Lra 


CPBS 


Mak 


CPWT 


Miy 


CQBX 


Muw 


Ky 


CPHD 


Ley 


CPMG 


Lre 


CPBT 


Mai 


CPWV 


Miz 


CQBY 


Mux 


CPBS 


Kya 


CPHF 


Lez 


CPMH 


Lri 


CPBV 


Mam 


OPWX 


Mj 


CQBZ 


Muy 


CPBT 


Kye 


CPHG 


L£ 


CPMJ 


Lro 


CPBW 


Man 


CPWY 


Mk 


CQDB 


Muz 


CPBV 


Kyi 


CPHJ 


Lg 


CPMK 


Lru 


CPBX 


Mao 


CPWZ 


Ml 


CQDF 


Mv 


CPBW 


Kvo 


CPHK 


Lh 


CPML 


Lry 


CPBY 


Map 


CPXB 


Mia 


CQDG 


Mw 


CPBX 


Kyu 


CPHL 


Li 


CPMN 


Ls 


CPBZ 


Maq 


CPXD 


Mle 


CQDH 


Mx 


CPBY 


Kvy 


CPHM 


Lia 


CPMQ 


Lt 


CPSB 


Mar 


CPXF 


Mli 


CQDJ 


JJy 


CPBZ 


Kz 


CPHN 


Lib 


CPMR 


Lu 


CPSD 


Mas 


CPXG 


Mlo 


CQDK 


Mya 






CPHQ 


Lie 


CPMS 


Lua 


CPSF 


Mat 


CPXH 


Mlu 


CQDL 


Mye 






CPHB 


Lid 


CPMT 


Lub 


CPSG 


Man 


CPXJ 


Mly 


CQDM 


JJy^ 






CPHS 


Lie 


CPMV 


Luc 


CPSH 


Mav 


CPXK 


Mm 


CQDN 


Myo 






CPHT 


Lif 


CPMW 


Lud 


CPSJ 


Maw 


CPXL 


Mn 


CQDP 


Myu 






CPHV 


Lig 


CPMX 


Lue 


CPSK 


Max 


CPXM 


Mo 


CQDB 


Myy 






CPHW 


Lib 


CPMY 


Luf 


CPSL ■ 


May 


CPXN 


Moa 


CQDS 


Mz 






CPHX 


Lii 


CPMZ 


Lug 


CPSM 


Maz 


CPXQ 


Mob 


CQDT 








CPHY 


Lij 


CPNB 


Lub 


CPSN 


Mb 


CPXB 


Moc 


CQDV 








CPHZ 


Lik 


CPND 


Lui 


CPSQ 


Me 


CPXS 


Mod 


CQDW 






L. 


CPJB 


Lil 


CPNF 


Luj 


CPSB 


Md 


CPXT 


Moe 


CQDX 








CPJD 


Lim 


CPNG 


Luk 


CPST 


Me 


CPXV 


Mof 


CQDY 




CPDB 


La 


CPJF 


Lin 


CPNH 


Lul 


CPSV 


Mea 


CPXW 


Mog 


CQDZ 




CPDF 


Laa 


CPJG 


Lio 


CPNJ 


Lum 


CPSW 


Meb 


CPXY 


Mob 






CPDG 


Lab 


CPJH 


Lip 


CPNK 


Lun 


CPSX 


Mec 


CPXZ 


Moi 






CPDH 


Lac 


CPJK 


Liq 


CPNL 


Luc 


CPSY 


Med 


CPYB 


Moj 






CPDJ 


Lad 


CPJL 


Lir 


CPNM 


Lup 


CPSZ 


Mee 


CPYD 


Mok 






CPDK 


Lae 


CPJM 


Lis 


CPNQ 


Luq 


CPTB 


Mef 


CPYF 


Mol 






CPDL 


Laf 


CPJN 


Lit 


CPNB 


Lur 


CPTD 


Meg 


CPYG 


Mom 






CPDM 


Lag 


OPJQ 


Liu 


CPNS 


Lus 


CPTF 


Meb 


CPYH 


Mon 







24 



ALPHABETICAL SPELLING TABLE. 



Pakt I. 





N. 


CQKB 


Nil 


CQPF 


Nnj 


CQTR 
CQTS 


Obb 


CQYT 


Odv 


CRFX 


Ogo 






CQKD 


Nim 


CQPG 


Nnk 


Obo 


CQYV 
CQYW 


Odw 


CRFY 


Ogp 


CQFB 


Ka 


CQKF 


Nin 


CQPH 


Nul 


CQTV 


Obd 


Odx 


CRFZ 


Ogq 


CQPD 


Naa 


CQKG 


Nio 


CQPJ 


Num 


CQTW 


Obe 


CQYX 


Ody 


CRGB 


Ogr 


CQFG 


Nab 


CQKH 


Nip 


CQPK 


Ntm 


CQTX 


Obf 


CQYZ 


Odz 


CRGD 


Ogs 


CQFH 


Nac 


CQKJ 


Niq 


CQPL 


Nuo 


CQTY 


Obg 


CQZB 


Oe 


CRGF 


Ogt 


CQFJ 


Nad 


CQKL 


Nir 


CQPM 


Nup 


CQTZ 


Obh 


CQZD 


Oea 


CRGH 


Ogu 


CQFK 


Nae 


CQKM 


Nis 


CQPN 


Nuq 


CQVB 


Obi 


CQZF 


Oeb 


CRGJ 


Ogv 


CQFL 


Naf 


CQKN 


Nit 


CQPR 


Nur 


CQVD. 


Obj 


CQZG 


Oec 


CRGK 


Ogw 


CQFM 


Nag 


CQKP 


Niu 


CQPS 


Nns 


CQVF 


Obk 


CQZH 


Oed 


CRGL 


Ogx 


CQFN 


Nah 


CQKR 


Niv 


CQPT 


Nut 


CQVG 


Obi 


JQZJ 


Oee 


CRGM 


Ogy 


CQPP 


Nai 


CQKS 


Niw 


CQPV 


Nuu 


CQVH 


Obm 


CQZK 


Oef 


CRGN 


Ogz 


CQFR 


Naj 


CQKT 


Nix 


CQPW 


Nuv 


CQVJ 


Obn 


CQZL 


Oeg 


CRGP 


Oh 


CQFS 


Nak 


CQKV 


Niy 


CQPX 


Nuw 


CQVK 


Obo 


CQZM 


Oeh 


CRGQ 


Oha 


CQFT 


Nal 


CQKW 


Niz 


CQPY 


Nux 


CQVL 


Obp 


CQZN 


Oei 


ORGS 


Ohb 


CQFV 


Nam 


CQKX 


Nj 


CQPZ 


Nuy 


CQVM 


Obq 


CQZP 


Oe.i 


CRGT 


Ohe 


CQFW 


Nan 


CQKY 


Nk 


CQRB 


Nuz 


CQVN 


Obr 


CQZR 


Oek 


CRGV 


Ohd 


CQFX 


Nao 


CQKZ 


Nl 


CQRD 


Nv 


CQVP 


Obs 


CQES 


Oel 


CRGW 


Ohe 


CQFY 


Nap 


CQLB 


Nla 


CQRF 


Nw 


CQVR 


Obt 


CQZT 


Oem 


CRGX 


Ohf 


CQFZ 


Naq 


CQLD 


Nle 


CQRG 


Nx 


CQVS 


Obu 


CQZV 


Oen 


ORGY 


Ohg 


CQGB 


Nar 


CQLF 


Nli 


CQRH 


Ny 


CQVT 


Obv 


CQZW 


Oeo 


CRGZ 


Ohh 


CQGD 


Nas 


CQLG 


Nlo 


CQRJ 


Nya 


CQVW 


Obw 


CQZX 


Oep 


CRHB 


Ohi 


CQGF 


Nat 


CQLH 


Nlu 


CQRK 


Nye 


CQVX 


Obx 


CQZY 


Oeq 


CRHD 


Ohj 


CQGH 
CQGJ 


Nan 


CQLJ 


Nly 


CQRL 


Nyi 


CQVY 


Oby 


CRBD 


Oer 


CRHF 


Ohk 


Nav 


CQLK 


Nm 


CQRM 


Nyo 


CQVZ 


Obz 


CRBF 


Oes 


CRHG 


Ohl 


CQGK 


Naw 


CQLM 


Nn 


CQRN 


Nyu 


CQWB 


Oc 


CBBG 


Oet 


CRHJ 


Ohm 


CQGL 


Nax 


CQLN 


No 


CQRP 


Nyy 


CQWD 


Oca 


CRBH 


Oeu 


CRHK 


Ohn 


CQGM 


Nay 


CQLP 


Noa 


CQRS 


Nz 


CQWF 


Ocb 


CRBJ 


Oev 


CRHT, 


Oho 


CQGN 


Naz 


CQLR 

CQLS 


Nob 


CQRT 




CQWG 


Occ 


CRBK 


Oew 


CRHM 


Ohp 


CQGP 


Nb 


Noc 


CQRV 
CQRW 




CQWH 


Ocd 


CRBL 


Oex 


CRHN 


Ohq 


CQGR 


Nc 


CQLT 


Nod 




CQWJ 


Oce 


CBBM 


Oey 


CRHP 


Ohr 


CQGS 


Nd 


CQLV 


Noe 


CQRX 




CQWK 


Ocf 


CRBN 


Oez 


CRHQ 


Ohte 


CQGT 


Ne 


CQLW 


Nof 


CQRY 




CQWL 


Ocg 


CRBP 


Of 


CRHS 


Oht 


CQGV 


Nea 


CQLX 


Nog 


CQRZ 




CQWM 


Och 


CRBQ 


Ofa 


CRHT 


Ohn 


CQGW 


Neb 


CQLY 


Noh 






CQWN 


Oci 


CRBS 


Ofb 


CRHV 


Ohv 


CQGX 


Nee 


CQLZ 


Noi 






CQWP 


Ocj 


CRBT 


Ofc 


CRHW 


Ohw 


CQGY 


Ned 


CQMB 


Noj 






CQWR 


Ock 


CRBV 


Ofd 


CRHX 


Ohx 


CQGZ 


Nee 


CQMD 


Nok 






CQWS 


Ocl 


CRBW 


Ofe 


CRHY 


Ohy 


CQHB 


Nef 


CQMF 


Nol 






CQWT 


0cm 


CRBX 


Off 


CRHZ 


Ohz 


CQHD 


S^g 


CQMG 


Nom 






CQWV 


Ocn 


CRBY 


Ofg 


CRJB 


Oi 


CQHF 


Neh 


CQMH 


Non 






CQWX 


Oco 


CRBZ 


Ofh 


CRJD 


Oia 


CQHG 


Nei 


CQMJ 


Noo 






CQWY 


Ocp 


CRDB 


Ofi 


CRJF 


Oib 


CQHJ 


SI 


CQMK 


Nop 






CQWZ 


Ocq 


CRDF 


Ofj 


CRJG 


Oic 


cqhk: 


Nek 


CQML 


Noq 




0. 


CQXB 


Ocr 


CRDG 


Ofk 


CRJH 


Oid 


CQHL 


Nel 


CQMN 


Nor 






CQXD 


Ocs 


CRDH 


Ofl 


CRJK 


Oie 


CQHM 


Nem 


CQMP 


Nos 


CQSB 


Oa 


CQXF 


Oct 


CRDJ 


Ofm 


CRJL 


Oif 


CQHN 


Nen 


CQMR 


Not 


CQSD 


Oaa 


CQXG 


Ocu 


CRDK 


Ofn 


CRJM 


Oig 


CQHP 


Neo 


CQMS 


Nou 


CQSF 


Oab 


CQXH 


Ocv 


CRDL 


Ofo 


CRJN 


Oih 


CQHR 


Nep 


CQMT 


Nov 


CQSG 


Oac 


CQXJ 


Ocw 


CRDM 


Ofp 


CRJP 


Oii 


CQHS 


Neq 


CQMV 


Now 


CQSH 


Oad 


CQXK 


OCX 


CRDN 


Ofq 


CRJQ 


Oil 


CQHT 


Ner 


CQMW 


Nox 


CQSJ 


Oae 


CQXL 


Ocy 


CRDP 


Ofr 


CRJS 


Oik 


CQHV 


Nes 


CQMX 


Noy 


CQSK 


Oaf 


CQXM 


Ocz 


CEDQ 


Ofs 


CRJT 


Oil 


CQHW 


Net 


CQMY 


Noz 


CQSL 


Oag 


CQXN 


Od 


CRDS 


Oft 


CRJV 


Oim 


CQHX 


Neu 


CQMZ 


Np 


CQSM 


Oah 


CQXP 


Oda 


CRDT 


Ofu 


CRJW 


Oin 


CQHY 


Nev 


CQNB 


Nq 


CQSN 


Oai 


CQXR 


Odb 


CRDV 


Ofv 


CRJX 


Oio 


CQHZ 


New 


CQND 


Nr 


CQSP 


Oaj 


CQXS 


Ode 


CRDW 


Ofw 


CRJY 


Oip 
Oiq 
Oir 


CQJB 


Nex 


CQNF 


Nra 


CQSR 


Oak 


CQXT 


Odd 


CRDX 


Ofx 


CRJZ 


CQJD 


Ney 


CQNG 


Nre 


CQST 


Oal 


CQXV 


Ode 


CRBY 


Ofy 


CRKB 


CQJF 


Nez 


CQNH 


Nri 


CQSV 


Oata 


CQXW 


Odf 


CRDZ 


Ofz 


CRKD 


Ois 


CQJG 


Nf 


CQNJ 


Nro 


CQSW 


Oan 


CQXY 


Odg 


CRFB 


Og 


CRKF 


Oit 


CQJH 


5f 


CQNK 


Nru 


CQSX • 


Oao 


CQXZ 


Odh 


CRFD 


Oga 


CRKG 


Oin 


CQJK 


Nh 


CQNL 


Nry 


CQSY 


Oap 


CQYB 


Odi 


CRFG 


Ogb 


CRKH 


Oiv 


CQJL 


Ni 


CQNM 


Ns 


CQSZ 


Oaq 


CQYD 


Odj 


CRFH 


Ogc 


CRKJ 


Oiw 


CQJM 


Nia 


CQNP 


Nt 


CQTB 


Oar 


CQYF 


Odk 


ORFJ 


Ogd 


CRKL 


Oix 


CQJN 


Nib 


CQNR 


Nu 


CQTD 


Oas 


CQYG 
CQYH 


Odl 


CRFK 


Oge 


CRKM 


Oiy 
Oiz 


CQJP 


Nic 


CQNS 


Nua 


CQTF 


Oat 


Odm 


CRFL 


Ogf 


CRKN 


CQJR 


Nid 


CQNT 


Nub 


CQTG 


Oau 


CQYJ 


Odn 


CRFM 


Ogg 


CRKP 


Oja 
Ojb 
Ojc 
Ojd 
Oje 
Ojf 

8il 


CQJT 


Nie 
Nif 


CQNV 
CQNW 


Nno 
Nud 


CQTH 
CQTJ 


Oav 
Oaw 


CQYK 
CQYL 


Odo 
Odp 


CRFN 
CRFP 


Ogh 
Oei 


CRKQ 
CRKS 


CQJV 


Nig 


CQNX 


Nue 


CQTK. 


Oax 


CQYM 


Odq 


CRFQ 


Ogj 


CRKT 


CQJW 


Nih 


CQNY 


Nuf 


CQTL 


Oay 


CQYN 


Odr 


CRFS 


oik 


CRKV 


CQJX 


Nii 


CQNZ 


S'^g 


CQTM 


Oaz 


CQYP 


Ods 


CRFT 


Ogl 


CRKW 


CQJY 


Nij 


CQPB 


Nnh 


CQTN 


Ob 


CQYR 


Odt 


CRFV 


Ogm 


CRKX 


CQJZ JSik 


CQPD 


Nui 


X!QTP 


Oba 


CQVS 


Odu 


CRFW 


Ogn 


CRKY 



Part I. 



ALPHABETICAL SPELLING TABLE. 



25 



CRKZ 


0]i 


CRQD 


Omb 


CRWG 


0pm 


CSBK 


Osg 


CSHM 


Ov 


CSMP 


Oxt 


CRLB 


0]j 


CRQF 


Omc 


CRWH 


Opn 


CSBL 


Osb 


CSHN 


Ova 


CSMQ 


Oxn 


CRLD 


Ojk 


CRQG 


Omd 


CRWJ 


Opo 


CSBM 


Osi 


CSHP 


Ovb 


CSMR 


Oxv 


CRLP 


0]1 


CRQH 


Ome 


CRWK 


Opp 


CSBN 


Osj 


CSHQ 


Ovc 


CSMT 


Oxw 


CRLG 


Oom 


CRQJ 


Omf 


CRWL 


Opq 


CSBP 


Osk 


CSHR 


Ovd 


CSMV 


Oxx 


CRLH 


n 


CRQK 


Omg 


CRWM 


Opr 


CSBQ 


Osl 


CSHT 


Ove 


CSMW 


Oxy 


CRLJ 


Ojo 


CRQL 


Omh 


CRWN 


Ops 


CSBR 


Osm 


CSHV 


Ovf 


CSMX 


Oxz 


CRLK 


0]p 


CRQM 


Omi 


CRWP 


Opt 


OSBT 


Osn 


CSHW 


Ovg 


CSMY 


Oy 


CRT.M 


Ojq 


CRQN 


Omj 


CRWQ 


Opu 


CSBV 


Oso 


CSHX 


Ovb 


CSMZ 


Oya 


CRLN 


Ojr 


CRQP 


Omk 


CRWS 


Opv 


CSBW 


Osp 


CSHY 


Ovi 


CSNB 


Oyb 


CRLP 


03s 


CRQS 


Oml 


CRWT 


Opw 


CSBX 


Osq 


CSHZ 


Ovj 


CSND 


Oye 


CRLQ 


0]t 


CRQT 


OTnnfi 


CRWV 


Opx 


CSBY 


Osr 


CSJB 


Ovk 


CSNF 


Oyd 


CRLS 


Oju 


CRQV 


Ottiti 


CRWX 


Opy 


CSBZ 


Oss 


CSJD 


Ovl 


CSNG 


Oye 


eRLT 


Ojv 


CRQW 


Omo 


CRWY 


Opz 


CSDB 


Ost 


CSJF 


Ovm 


CSNH 


Oyf 


CRLV 


0]w 


CRQX 


Omp 


CRWZ 


Oq 


CSDF 


Osn 


CSJG 


Ovn 


CSNJ 


Oyg 


CRLW 


O3X 


CRQY 


Omq 


CRXB 


Oqa 


CSDG 


Osv 


CSJH 


Ovo 


CSNK 


Oyb 


CRT,X 


Ojy 


CRQZ 


Omr 


CRXD 


Oqb 


CSDH 


Osw 


CSJK 


Ovp 


CSNL 


Ovi ' 


CRLY 


z 


CRSB 


Oms- 


CRXF 


Oqc 


CSDJ 


Osx 


CSJL 


Ovq 


CSNM 


Oyj 


CRLZ 


Ok 


ORSD 


Omt 


CRXG 


Oqd 


CSDK 


Osy 


CSJM 


Ovr 


CSNP 


Oyk 


CRMB 


Oka 


ORSF 


Omu 


CRXH 


Oqe 


CSDL 


Osz 


CSJN 


Ovs 


CSNQ 


Oyl 


CRMD 


Okb 


CRSG 


Omv 


CRXJ 


Oqf, 


CSDM 


Ot 


CSJP 


Ovt 


CSNR 


Oym 


CRMF 


Okc 


CRSH 


Omw 


CRXK 


Oqg 


CSDN 


Ota 


CSJQ 


Ovu 


CSNT 


Oyn 


CRM& 


Okd 


CRSJ 


Omx 


CRXL 


Oqb 


CSDP 


Otb 


CSJR 


Ovv 


CSNV 


Oyb 


CRMH 


Oke 


CRSK 


Omy 


CRXM 


Oqi 


CSDQ 


Otc 


CSJT 


Ovw 


CSNW 


Oyp 


CRMJ 


Okf 


CRSL 


Omz 


CRXN 


Oqj 


CSDR 


Otd 


CSJV 


Ovx 


CSNX 


Oyq 


CRMK 


Okg 


CRSM 


On 


CRXP 


Oqk 


CSDT 


Ote 


CSJW 


Ovy 


CSNY 


Oyr 


CRML 


Okh 


CRSN 


Ona 


CRXQ 


Oql 


CSDV 


Otf 


CSJX 


Ovz 


CSNZ 


Oys 


CRMN 


Oki 


CRSP 


Onb 


CRXS 


Oqm 


CSDW 


Otg 


CSJY 


Ow 


CSPB 


Oyt 


CRMP 


Okj 


CRSQ 


One 


CRXT 


Oqn 


CSDX 


0th 


CSJZ 


Owa 


CSPD 


Oyn 


CRMQ 


Okk 


CRST 


Ond 


CRXV 


Oqo 


CSDY 


Oti 


CSKB 


Owb 


CSPF 


Oyv 


CRMS 


Okl 


CRSV 


One 


CRXW 


Oqp 


CSDZ 


Otj 


CSKD 


Owe 


CSPG 


Oyw 


CRMT 


Okm 


CRSW 


Onf 


CRXY 


Oqr 


CSPB 


Otk 


CSKF 


Owd 


CSPH 


Oyx 


CRMV 


Okn 


CRSX 


Ong 


CRXZ 


Oqs 


CSFD 


Otl 


CSKG 


Owe 


CSPJ 


Oyy 


CRMW 


Oko 


CRSY 


Onb 


CRVB 


Oqt 


CSFG 


Otm 


CSKH 


Owf 


CSPK 


Oyz 


CRMX 


Okp 


CRSZ 


Oni 


CRYD 


Oqn 


OSFH 


Otn 


CSKJ 


Owg 


CSPL 


Oz 


CRMY 


Okq 


CRTB 


do 


CRVF 


Oqv 


CSFJ 


Oto 


CSKL 


Owb 


CSPM 


Oza 


CRMZ 


Okr 


CRTD 


Ooa 


CRYG 


Oqw 


CSFK 


Otp 


CSKM 


Owi 


CSPN 


Ozb 


CRNB 


Oks 


CRTF 


Oob 


CRYH 


Oqx 


CSFL 


Otq 


CSKN 


Owj 


CSPQ 


Ozc 


CRND 


Okt 


ORTG 


Ooc 


CRYJ 


Oqy 


CSFM 


Otr 


CSKP 


Owk 


CSPR 


Ozd 


CRNF 


Oku 


ORTH 


Ood 


CRYK 


Oqz 


CSFN 


Ots 


CSKQ 


Owl 


CSPT 


Oze 


CRNG 


Okv 


CRTJ 


Ooe 


CRYL 


0? 


CSFP 


Ott 


CSKR 


Owm 


CSPV 


Ozf 


CRNH 


Okw 


CRTK 


Oof 


CRYM 


Ora 


CSFQ 


Otu 


CSKT 


Own 


CSPW 


Ozg 


CRNJ 


Okx 


CRTL 


Oog 


CRYN 


Orb 


CSFR 


Otv 


CSKV 


Owo 


CSPX 


Ozb 


CRNK 


Oky 


CRTM 


Oob 


CRYP 


Ore 


CSFT 


Otw 


CSKW 


Owp 


CSPY 


Ozi 


CRNL 


Okz 


CRTN 


Ooi 


CRYQ 


Ord 


CSFV 


Otx 


CSKX 


Owq 


CSPZ 


Ozj 


CRNM 


01 


CRTP 


O03 


CRYS 


Ore 


CSFW 


Oty 


CSKY 


Owr 


CSQB 


Ozk 


CRNP 


Ola 


CRTQ 


Ook 


CRYT 


Orf 


CSFX 


Otz 


CSKZ 


Ows 


CSQD 


Ozl 


CRNQ 


Olb 


CRTS 


Ool 


CRYV 


Org 


CSFY 


On 


CSLB 


Owt 


CSQF 


Ozm 


CRNS 


Olc 


CRTV 


Oom 


CRVW 


Orb 


CSFZ 


Oua 


CSLD 


Own 


csqg 


Ozn 


CRNT 


Old 


CRTW 


Oon 


CRYX 


Ori 


CSGB 


Oub 


CSLF 


Owv 


CSQH 


Ozo 


CRNV 


Ole 


CRTX 


Oop 


CRYZ 


Orj 


CSGD 


One 


CSLG 


Oww 


CSQJ 


Ozp 


CRNW 


Olf 


CRTY 


Ooq 


CRZB 


Ork 


CSGP 


Ond 


CSLH 


Owx 


CSQK 


Ozq 


CRNX 


Olg 


CRTZ 


Oor 


CRZD 


Orl 


CSGH 


One 


CSLJ 


Owy 


CSQL 


Ozr 


CRNY 


Olh 


CRVB 


Oos 


CRZP 


Orm 


CSGJ 


Onf 


CSLK 


Owz 


CSQM 


Ozs 


CRNZ 


Oli 


CRVD 


Oot 


CRZG 


Om 


CSGK 


Ong 


CSLM 


Ox 


CSQN 


Ozt 


CRPB 


Oik 


CRVP 


Oou 


CRZH 


Oro 


CSGL 


Oub 


CSLN 


Oxa 


CSQP 


Ozn 


CRPD 


CRVG 


Oov 


CRZJ 


Orp 


CSGM 


Oui 


CSLP 


Oxb 


CSQR 


Ozv 


CRPF 


on 


CRVH 


Oow 


CRZK 


Orq 


CSGN 


Ouj 


CSLQ 


Oxc 


CSQT 


Ozw 


CRPG 


Olm 


CRVJ 


Oox 


CRZL 


Orr 


CSGP 


Ouk 


CSLR 


Oxd 


CSQV 


Ozx 


CRPH 


Oln 


CRVK 


Ooy 


CRZM 


Ors 


CSGQ 


Oul 


CSLT 


Oxe 


CSQW 


Ozy 


CRPJ 


Olo 


CRVL 


Ooz 


CRZN 


Ort 


CSGR 


Ouni 


CSLV 


Oxf 


CSQX 


Ozz 


CRPK 


Olp 
Olq 


CRVM 


Op 


CRZP 


Oru 


CSGT 


Oun 


CSLW 


S^g 


CSQY 




CRPL 


CRVN 


Opa 


CRZQ 


Orv 


CSGV 


Ono 


CSLX 


Oxb 


CSQZ 




CRPM 


Olr 


CRVP 


Opb 


CRZS 


Orw 


OSGW 


Oup 


CSLY 


Oxi 






CRPN 


01s 


CRVQ 


Ope 


CRZT 


Orx 


CSGX 


Ouq 


CSLZ 


Oxj 






CRPQ 
CRPS 


Olt 


CRVS 


Opd 


CRZV 


Ory 


CSGY 


Our 


CSMB 


Oxk 






Olu 


CRVT 


Ope 


CRZW 


Orz 


CSGZ 


Ous 


CSMD 


0x1 






CRPT 


Olv 


CRVW 


Opf 


CRZX 


Os 


CSHB 


Out 


CSMF 


Oxm 






CRPV 


Olw 


CRVX 


Opg 


CRZY 


Osa 


CSHD 


Oun 


CSMG 


Oxn 






CRPW 


Olx 


CRVY 


Oph 


CSBD 


Osb 


CSHF 


Ouv 


CSMH 


0x0 






CRPX 


Oly 


CRVZ 


Opi 


CSBF 


Ose 


CSHG 


Ouw 


CSMJ 


Oxp 






CRPY 


Olz 


CRWB 


Opj 


CSBG 


Osd 


CSHJ 


Oux 


CSMK 


Oxq 






CRPZ 


Om 


CRWD 


Opk 


CSBH 


Ose 


CSHK 


Ouy 


CSML 


Oxr 






CRQB 


Oma 


CRWF 


Opl 


CSBJ 


Osf 


CSHL 


Ouz 


CSMN 


Oxs 







26 



ALPHABETICAL SPELLING TABLE. 



Part I. 





p. 


CSXB 


Pic 


CTDG 


Pse ' 


CTHR 


Qal 


CTMV 


% 






CSXD 


Pid 


CTDH 


Psh 


CTHS 


Qam 


CTMW 


CSRB 


Pa 


CSXF 


Pie 


CTDJ 


Psi 


CTHV 


Qan 


CTMX 


Qla 


CSRD 


Paa 


CSXG 


Pif 


CTDK 


Psj 


CTHW 


Cao 


CTMY 


9^? 


CSRF 


Pab 


CSXH 


Pig 


CTDL 


Pso 


CTHX. 


Qap 


CTMZ 


Qli 


CSRG 


Pac 


CSXJ 


Pih 


CTDM 


Pst 


CTHY 


Qaq 


CTNB 


Qlo 


CSRH 


Pad 


CSXK 


Pii 


CTDN 


Psu 


CTHZ 


Qar 


CTND 


Qlu 


CSRJ 


Pae 


CSXL 


Pij 


CTDP 


Psy 


CTJB 


Qas 


CTNF 


Qly 


CSRK 


Paf 


CSXM 


Pik 


CTDQ 


Psz 


CTJD 


Qat 


CTNG 


Qm 


CSRL 


Pag 


CSXN 


Pil 


CTDR 


Pt 


CTJF 


Qau 


CTNH 


Qn 


CSRM 


Pah 


CSXP 


Pirn 


CTDS 


Pta 


CTJG 


Qav 


CTNJ 


Qoa 


CSRN 


Pai 


CSXQ 


Pin 


CTDV 


Pte 


CTJH 


Qaw 


CTNK 


Qob 


CSRP 


Paj 


CSXR 


Pio 


CTDW 


Pti 


CTJK 


Qax 


CTNL 


^°A 


CSRQ 


Pak 


CSXT 


Pip 


CTDX 


Pto 


CTJL . 


Qay 


CTNM 


Qod 


CSRT 


Pal 


CSXV 


Piq 


CTDY 


Ptu 


CTJM 


Qaz 


CTNP 


Qo? 


CSRV 


Pam 


csxw 


Pir 


CTDZ 


Pty 


CTJN 


Qb 


CTNQ 


Qof 


OSRW 


Pan 


CSXY 


Pis 


CTFB 


Pu 


CTJP 


Qc 


CTNR 


Qog 


CSRX 


Pao 


csxz 


Pit 


CTFD 


Piia 


CTJQ 


Qd 


eras 

CTNY 1 


Qoh 


CSRY 


Pap 


CSYB 


Piu 


CTFG 


Pub 


CTJR 


Qea 


Qoi 


CSRZ 


Paq 


CSYD 


Piv 


CTFH 


Puc 


CTJS 


Qeb 


CTNW 


Qoj 


CSTB 


Par 


CSYF 


Piw 


CTFJ 


Pud 


CTJV 


Qec 


CTNX 


Qok 


CSTD 


Pas 


CSYG 


Pix 


CTFK 


Pue 


CTJW 


Qed 


CTNY 


Qol 


CSTF 


Pat 


C8YH 


Piy 


CTFL 


Puf 


CTJX 


Qee 


CTNZ 


Qom 


CSTG 


Pan 


CSYJ 


Piz 


CTFM 


Pug 


CTJY 


Qef 


CTPB 


Qop 


CSTH 


Pav 


CSYK 


Pj 


CTFN 


Puh 


CTJZ 


Qeg 


CTPD 


Qoq 


CSTJ 


Paw 


CSYL 


Pk 


CTFP 


Pui 


CTKB 


Qeh 


CTPF 


Qor 


CSTK 


Pax 


CSYM 


PI 


CTFQ 


Puj 


CTKD 


Qei 


CTPG 


Qos 


CSTL 


Pay 


CSYN 


Pla 


CTFR 


Puk 


CTKF 


Qej 


CTPH 


Qot 


CSTM 


Paz 


CSYP 


Pie 


CTFS 


Pul 


CTKG 


Qek 


CTPJ 


Qov 


CSTN 


Pb 


CSYQ 


Pli 


CTFV 


Pum 


CTKH 


Qel 


CTPK 


CSTP 


Pc 


CSYR 


Plo 


CTFW 


Pun 


CTKJ 


Qem 


CTPL 


Qow 


CSTQ 


Pd 


CSYT 


Plu 


CTFX 


Puo 


CTRL 


Qen 


CTPM 


Qox . 


CSTR 


Pe 


CSYV 


Ply 


CTFY 


Pup 


CTKM 


Qeo 


CTPN 


Qoy 


CSTV 


Pea 


CSYW 


Pm 


CTFZ 


Puq 


CTKN 


Qep 


CTPQ 


Qoz 


CSTW 


Peb 


CSYX 


Pn 


CTGB 


Pur 


CTKP 


Qeq 


CTPR 


Qp 


CSTX 


Pec 


CSYZ 


Po 


CTGD 


Pus 


CTKQ 




CTPS 


Qr 


CSTY 


Ped 


CSZB 


Poa 


CTGF 


Put 


CTKR 


Qes 


CTPV 


Qs 


CSTZ 


Pee 


CSZD 


Pob 


CTGH 


Puu 


CTKS 


Qet 


CTPW 


Qt 


CSVB 


Pef 


CSZF 


Poc 


CTGJ 


Puv 


CTKV 


Qeti 


CTPX 


Qu 


CSVD 


Peg 


CSZG. 


Pod 


CTGK 


Puw 


CTKW 


Qev 


CTPY 


Qua 


CSVF 


Peh 


CSZH 


Poe 


CTGL 


Pux 


CTKX 


Qew 


CTPZ 


Qub 


CSVG 


Pei 


CSZJ 


Pof 


CTGM 


Puy 


CTKY 


Qex 


CTQB 


Que 


CSVH 


Pej 


CSZK 


Pog 


CTGN 


Puz 


CTKZ 


Qey 


CTQD 


Qud 


CSVJ 


Pek 


CSZL 


Poh 


CTGP 


Pv 


CTLB 


Qez 


CTQF 


Que 


CSVK 


Pel 


CSZM 


Poi 


CTGQ 


Pw 


CTLD 


Qf 


CTQG 


Quf 


CSVL 


Pern 


CSZN 


Poj 


CTGR 


Px 


CTLF 


Qg 


CTQH 


Qig 


CSVM 


Pen 


CSZP 


Pok 


CTGS 


Pya 


CTLG 


Qh 


CTQJ 


Quh 


CSVN 


Peo 


CSZQ 


Pol 


CTGV 


Pye 


CTLH 


Qi 


CTQK 


Qui 


CSVP 


Pep 


CSZR 


Pom 


CTGW 


Pyi 


CTLJ 


Qla 


CTQL 


Qui 


CSVQ 


Peq 


CSZT 


Pon 


CTGX 


Pyo 


CTLK 


Qib 


CTQM 


Quk 


CSVR 


Per 


cszv 


Poo 


CTGY 


Pyu 


CTLM 


Qic 


CTQN 


Qui 


CSVT 


Pes 


cszw 


Pop 


CTGZ 


Pz 


CTLN 


Qid 


CTQP 


Qum 


CSVW 


Pet 


cszx 


Poq 






CTLP 


Qie 


CTQR 


Qun 


■ csvx 


Pen 


CSZY 


Por 






CTLQ 


Qif 


CTQS 


Quo 


CSVY 


Pev 


CTBD 


Pos 






CTLR 


Qig 


CTQV 


Qup 


csvz 


Pew 


CTBF 


Pot 






CTLS 


Qih 


CTQW 


Quq 


CSWB 


Pex 


CTBG 


Pou 






CTLV 


Qii 


CTQX 




CSWD 


Pez 


CTBH 


Pov 






CTLW 


Qij 


CTQY 


Qus 


CSWF 


Pf 


ICTBJ 


Pow 






CTLX 


Qik 


CTQZ 


Qut 


CSWG 


Pg 


CTBK 


Pox 






CTLY 


Qil 


CTRB 


Quu 


CSWH 


Ph 


CTBL 


Poy 






CTLZ 


Qim 


CTRD 


Quv 


CSWJ 


Pha 


CTBM 


Poz 




a. 


CTMB 


Qin 


CTRF 


Quw 


CSWK 


Phe 


CTBN 


Pp 






CTMD 


Qio 


CTRG 


Qux 


CSWL 


Phf 


CTBP 


Pq 


CTHB 


Qa 


CTMF 


Qip 


CTRH 


Quy 


CSWM 


Phi 


CTBQ 


Pr 


CTHD 


Qaa 


CTMG 


Qiq 


CTRJ 


Quz 


CSWN 


Phi 


CTBR 


Pra 


CTHF 


Qac 


CTMH 


Qir 


CTRK 


Qv 


CSWP 


Pho 


CTBS 


Pre 


CTHG 


Qad 


CTMJ 


Qis 


CTRL 


Qw 


CSWQ 


Phr 


CTBV 


Pri 


CTHJ 


Qae 


CTMK 


Qit 


CTRM 


Qx 


CSWR 


Pht 


CTBW 


Pro 


CTHK 


Qaf 


CTML 


Qiu 


CTRN 


Qy 


CSWT 


Phu 


CTBX 


Pru 


CTHL 


Qag 


CTMN 


Qiv 


CTRP 


Qya 


cswv 


Phy 


CTBY 


Pry 


CTHM 


Qah 


CTMP 


Qiw 


CTRQ 


Qy? 


cswx 


Pi 


CTBZ 


Ps 


CTHN 


Qal 


CTMQ 


Qix 


CTRS 




CSWY 


Pia 


CTDB 


Psa 


CTHP 


Qaj 


CTMR 


Qiy 


CTRV 


Qyo 


cswz 


Pib 


CTDF 


Psc 


CTHQ 


Qak 


CTMS 


Qiz 


CTRW 


Qyu 



CTRX 
CTEY 
CTEZ 



CTSB 
CTSD 
CTSF 
CTSG 
CTSH 
CTSJ 
CTSK 
CTSL 
CTSM 
CTSN 
CTSP 
CTSQ 
CTSR 
CTSV 
CTSW 
CTSX 
CTSY 
CTSZ 
CTVB 
CTVD 
CTVF 
CTVG 
CTVH 
CTVJ 
CTVK 
CTVL 
CTVM 
CTVN 
CTVP 
CTVQ 
CTVR 
CTVS 
CTVW 
CTVX 
GTVY 
CTVZ 
CTWB 
CTWD 
CTWF 
CTWG 
CTWH 
CTWJ 
CTWK 
CTWL 
CTWM 
.CTWN 
CTWP 
CTWQ 
CTWR 
CTWS 
CTWV 
CTWX 
CTWY 
CTWZ 
CTXB 
CTXD 
CTXF 
CTXG 
CTXH 
CTXJ 



Part I. 



ALPHABETICAL SPELLING TABLE. 



27 



CTXK 
CTXL 
CTXM 
•CTXN 
1 CTXP 
CTXQ 
CTXB 
CTXS 
CTXV 
CTXW 
CTXY 
CTXZ 
CTYB 
CTYD 
CTYF 
CTYG 
CTYH 
CTYJ 
CTYK 
CTYL 


Bi 

Bia 

Bib 


CVDN 
CVDP 
CVDQ 


Rnd 
Rne 
Rnf 


CVHZ 
CVJB 
CVJD 


Sea 
See 
Sch 


CVISTD 
CVNF 
CVNG 


Ska 
Ske 
Ski 


CVSG 
CVSH 
CVSJ 


Sno 
Sup 
Snq 


CVXB 
CVXS 
CVXT 


Teh 
Tci 
Too 


Bic 
Bid 


CVDB 


Bug 


CVJP 


Sei 


CVNH 


Sko 


CVSK 


Sur 


CVXW 


Ten 


CVDS 


Buh 


CVJG 


Scl 


CVNJ 


Skn 


CVSL 


Sns 


CVXY 


Tcy 
Tcz 


Eie 
Bif 


CVDT 


Bni 


CVJH 


Sco 


CVNK 


Sky 


CVSM 


Snt 


cvxz 


CVDW 


Bnj 


CVJK 


Scr 


CVNL 


Sla 


CVSN 


Snn 


CVYB 


Td 


R;g 


CVDX 


Bnk 


CVJL 


Sen 


CVNM 


Sle 


CVSP 


Snv 


OV VD 


Te 


Bih 
Bii 
Bi.i 


CVDY 
CVDZ 


Rnl 
Bnm 


CVJM 
CVJN 


Scy 
Sd 


CVNP 
CVNQ 


Sli 
Slo 


CVSQ 
CVSB 


Suw 
Sux 


CVYF 
OVYG 


Tea 
Teb 


CVFB 


Bnn 


CVJP 


Se 


CVNE 


Sin >. 


CVST 


Suy 


CVYH 


Tec 


Bik 
Ril 


CVFD 


Euo 


CVJQ 


Sea 


CVNS 


Sly 


CVSW 


Suz 


CVYJ 


Ted 


CVFG 


Bnp 


CVJR 


Seb 


CVNT 


.Sm 


cvsx 


Sv 


CVYK 


Tee 


Rim 


CVFH 


Bnq 


CVJS 


Sec 


CVISW 


Sn 


CVSY 


Sw 


CVYL 


Tef 


Bin 


CVPJ 


Rnr 


CVJT 


Sed 


CVNX 


So 


cvsz 


Swa 


CVYM 


Teg 
Teh 


Bio 


CVFK 


Rns 


CVJW 


See 


CVNY 


Soa 


CVTB 


Swe 


CVYN 


Bip 


CVFL 


Rnt 


CVJX 


Sef 


CVNZ 


Sob 


CVTD 


Swi 


CVYP 


Tei 


Biq 


CVFM 


Run 


CVJY 


Seg 


CVPB 


Soc 


CVTF 


Swo 


CVYQ 
CVYB 


Tej 
Tek 


Rir 


CVPN 


Ruv 


CVJZ 


Seh. 


CVPD 


Sod 


CVTG 


Swu 


Bis 


CVFP 


Rnw 


CVKB 


Sei 


CVPF 


Soe 


CVTH 


Sx 


CVYS 


Tel 


CTYM 


Bit 


CVFQ 


Rnx 


CVKD 


Sej 


CVPG 


Sof 


CVTJ 


Syl 


OVYT 


Tern 


CTYN 


Biu 


CVFB 


Ruy 


CVKP 


Sek 


CVPH 


Sog 


CVTK 


Sym 


OVYW 


Ten 


CTYP 


Biv 


CVFS 


Ruz ' 


CVKG 


Sei 


CVPJ 


Soh 


CVTL 


Syn 


CVYX 


Teo 


CTYQ 


Biw 


CVFT 


Bv 


CVKH 


Sem 


CVPK 


Soi 


OVTM 


Syr 


CVYZ 


Tep 
Teq 
Ter 


CTYB 


Eix 


CVFW 


Ew 


CVKJ 


Sen 


CVPL 


Soi 


CVTN 


Sys 


CVZB 


CTYS 


Riy ' 


CVFX 


Ex 


CVKL 


Seo 


CVPM 


Sok 


CVTP 


Sz 


CVZD 


CTYV 


Biz 


CVFY 


By 


CVKM 


Sep 


CVPN 


Sol 


CVTQ 




CVZF 


Tes 


CTYW 


5^ 


CVFZ 


Bya 


CVKN 


Seq 


CVPQ 


Som 


CVTB 




CVZG 


Tet 


CTYX 


Bk 


CVGB 


Eye 


CVKP 


Ser 


CVPB 


Son 


CVTS 




CVZH 


Ten 


CTYZ 


Bl 


CVGD 


Eyi 


CVKQ 


Ses 


CVPS 


Soo 


CVTW 




CVZJ 


Tev 


CTZB 


Bla 


CVGP 


Ryo 


CVKB 


Set 


CVPT 


Sop 


CVTX 




CVZK 


Tew 


CTZD 


Ble 


CVGH 


Ryu 


CVKS 


Sen 


CVPW 


Soq 


CVTY 




CVZL 


Tex 


GTZP 


Bli 


CVGJ 


Ryy 


CVKT 


Sev 


CVPX 


Sor 


CVTZ 




CVZM 


Tey 
Tez 


CTZG 


Bio 


CVGK 


Rz 


CVKW 


Sew 


CVPY 


Sos 






CVZN 


CTZH 


Bin 






CVKX 


Sex 


CVPZ 


Sot 






CVZP 


Tf 


CTZJ 


Bly 






CVKY 


Sey 


CVQB 


Son 






CVZQ. 


Tg 


CTZK 


Bm 






CVKZ 


Sez 


CVQD 


Sov 






CVZB 


Th 


CTZL 


Rn 






CVLB 


Sf 


CVQF 


Sow 






CVZS 


Tha 


CTZM 


Bo 






CVLD 


Sg 


CVQG 


Sox 






CVZT 


The 


CTZN 


Boa 






CVLF 


Sha 


CVQH 


Soy 






CVZW 


Thi 


CTZP 


Rob 






CVLG 


She 


CVQJ 


Soz 






CVZX 


Tho 


CTZQ 


Roc 






CVLH 


Shi 


CVQK 


Sp 






CVZY 


Thr 


CTZB 


Rod 






CVLJ 


Sho 


CVQL 


Spa 




T. 


CWBD 


Thn 


CTZS 


Roe 




s. 


CVLK 


Sht 


CVQM 


Spe ; 






CWBF 


Thw 


CTZV 


Rof 






CVLM 


Shn 


CVQN 


Spi 


crwB 


Ta 


CWBG 


Thy 


CTZW 


Rog 


CVGL 


Sa 


CVLN 


Shy 


CVQP 


Spo 


CVWD 


Taa 


CWBH 


Ti 


CTZX 


Roh 


CVGM 


Saa 


CVLP 


Si 


CVQE 


Spy 


CVWF 


Tab 


CWBJ 


Tia 


CTZY 


Roi 


CVGN 


Sab 


CVLQ 


Sia 


CVQS 


Sq 


CVWG 


Tac 


CWBK 


Tib 


CVBD 


Roj 


CVGP 


Sac 


CVLB 


Sib 


CVQT 


Squ 


CVWH 


Tad 


CWBL 


Tic 


CVBF 


Bok 


CVGQ 


Sad 


CVLS 


Sic 


CVQW 


Sr 


CVWJ 


Tae 


CWBM 


Tid 


CVBG 


Bol 


CVGB 


Sae 


CVLT 


Sid 


CVQX 


Ss 


CVWK 


Taf 


CWBN 


Tie 


CVBH 


Bom 


CVGS 


Saf 


UVLW 


Sie 


CVQY 


St 


CVWL 


Tag 


CWBP 


Tif 


CVBJ 


Bon 


CVGT 


Sag 


CVLX 


Sif 


CVQZ 


Sta 


CVWM 


Tah 


PWBQ 


Tig 


CVBK 


Roo 


CVGW 


Sah 


CVLY 


Sig 


CVEB 


Ste 


CVWN 


Tai 


CWBR 


Tih 


CVBL 


Bop 


CVGX 


Sai 


CVLZ 


Sih 


CVBD 


Sti 


CVWP 


Taj 


CWBS 


Tii • 


CVBM 


Boq 


CVGY 


Sa.i 


CVMB 


Sii 


CVBF 


Sto 


CVWQ 


Tak 


CWBT 


Tij 


CVBN 


Bor 


CVGZ 


Sak 


CVMD 


Si.i 


CVBG 


Str 


CVWB 


Tal 


CWBV 


Tik 


CVBP 


Ros 


CVHB 


Sal 


CVMP 


Sik 


CVEH 


Stu 


cvws 


Tarn 


OWBX 


Til 


CVBQ 


Rot 


CVHD 


Sam 


CVMG 


Sil 


CVBJ 


Sty 


CVWT 


Tan 


CWBY 


Tim 


CVBE 


Ron 


CVHF 


San 


CVMH 


Sim 


CVBK 


Sn 


cvwx 


Tao 


CWBZ 


Tin 


CVBS 


Rov 


CVHG 


Sao 


CVMJ 


Sin 


CVBL 


Sua 


CVWY 


Tap 


CWDB 


Tio 


CVBT 


Row- 


CVHJ 


Sap 


CVMK 


Sio 


CVBM 


Sub 


CVWZ 


Taq 


CWDP 


Tip 


CVBW 


Box 


CVHK 


Sag 


CVML 


Sip 


CVEN 


Sue 


CVXB 


Tar 


CWDG 


Tiq- 


CVBX 


Boy 


CVHL 


Sar 


CVMN 


Siq 


CVBP 


Sud 


CVXD 


Tas 


CWDH 


Tir 


CVBY 


Boz 


CVHM 


Sas 


CVMP 


Sir 


CVEQ 


Sue 


CVXF 


Tat 


CWDJ 


Tis 


CVBZ 


Ep 


OVHN" 


Sat 


CVMQ 


Sis 


CVBS . 


Suf 


CVXG 


Tan 


CWDK 


Tit 


CVDB 


Rq 


CVHP 


San 


CVMB 


Sit 


CVBT 


Sug 


CVXH 


Tav 


CWDL 


Tin 


CVDP 


Rr 


CVHQ 


Sav 


CVMS 


Sin 


CVBW 


Snh 


CVXJ 


Taw 


CWDM 


Tiv 


CVDG 


Rs 


CVHB 


Saw 


CVMT 


Siv 


CVBX 


Sni 


CVXK 


Tax 


CWDN 


Tiw 


CVDH 


Rt 


CVHS 


Sax 


CVMW 


Siw 


CVBY 


Suj 


CVXL 


Tay 


CWDP 


Tix 


CVDJ 


Rn 


CVHT 


Say 


CVMX 


Six 


CVEZ 


Suk 


CVXM 


Taz 


CWDQ 


Tiy 


CVDK 


Bna 


CVHW 


Saz 


CVMY 


Siy 


CVSB 


Snl 


CVXN 


Tb 


CWDB 


Tiz 


CVDL 


Bnb 


CVHX 


Sb 


CVMZ 


Siz 


CVSD 


Sum 


CVXP 


Tc 


CWDS 


Tj 


CVDM 


Bnc 


OVHY 


Sc 


CVNB 


Sj 


CVSF 


Snn 


CVXQ 


Tee 


CWDT 


Tja 





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ALPHABETICAL SPELLING TABLE. 



Part 1. 



CWDV 


Tje 


CWJY 


Tug 


CWNL 


Uay 


CWSN 


Udr 


CWYQ 


Ugk 


CXFT 


Ujd 


CWDX 


Tji 


CWJZ 


Tub 


CWNM 


Uaz 


CWSP 


Uds 


CWYR 


Ugl 


CXFV 


Uje 


CWDY 


Tjo 


CWKB 


Tui 


CWNP 


Ub 


CWSQ 


Udt 


CWYS 


Ugm 


CXFW 


Ujf 


CWDZ 


Tju 


CWKD 


Tuj 


CWNQ 


Uba 


CWSR 


Udu 


CWYT 


Ugn 


CXFY 


Ujg 


CWFB 




CWKF 


Tuk 


CWNR 


Ubb 


CWST 


Udv 


CWYV 


Ugo 


CXFZ 


Ujb 


CWFD 


Tjz 


CWKG 


Tul 


OWNS 


Ubc 


CWSV 


Udw 


CWYX 


Ugp 


CXGB 


U3i 


UWJb'G 


Tk 


CWKH 


Tum 


CWNT 


Ubd 


cwsx 


Udx 


CWYZ 


Ugq 


PXGD 


Ujj 


CWFH 


Tl 


CWKJ 


Tun 


CWNV 


Ube 


CWSY 


Udy 


CWZB 


Ugr 


CXGF 


U]k 


UWFJ 


Tla 


CWKL 


Tuo 


CWNX 


Ubf 


CWSZ 


Udz 


CWZD 


Ugs 


CXGH 


U]l 


CWFK 


Tie 


CWKM 


Tup 


CWNY 


Ubg 


CWTB 


Ue 


CWZF 


Ugt 


CXGJ 


Ujm 


UWFL 


Tli 


CWKN 


Tuq 


CWNZ 


Ubh 


CWTD 


Uea 


CWZG 


Ugu 


OXGK 


Ujn 


CWFM 


Tlo 


CWKP 


Tur 


CWPB 


Ubi 


CWTF 


Ueb 


CWZH 


Ugv 


CXGL 


U30 


CWFN 


Tlu 


CWKQ 


Tus 


CWPD 


Ubj 


CWTG 


Uec 


CWZJ 


Ugw 


CXGM 


Ujp 


CWFP 


Tly 


CWKR 


Tut 


CWPF 


Ubk 


CWTH 


Ued 


CWZK 


Ugx 


CXGN 


TJ]q 


CWFQ 


Tm 


CWKS 


Tuu 


CWPG 


Ubl 


CWTJ 


Uee 


OWZL 


Ugy 


CXGP 


Uor 


CWFR 


Tn 


OWKT 


Tuv 


CWPH 


Ubm 


CWTK 


Uef 


OWZM 


Ugz 


CXGQ 


Ujs 


CWFS 


To 


CWKV 


Tuw 


CWPJ 


Ubn 


CWTL 


Ueg 


CwzTsr 


Uh 


CXGR 


Uot 


CWFT 


Toa 


CWKX 


Tux 


CWPK 


Ubo 


CWTM 


Ueb 


cwap 


Uha 


CXGS 


Uju 


CWFV 


Tob 


CWKY 


Tuy 


CWPL 


Ubp 


CWTN 


Uei 


CWZQ 


Ubb 


CXGT 


Ujv 


CWFX 


Toe 


CWKZ 


Tuz 


CWPM 


Ubq 


CWTP 


Uej 


CWZR 


Ubc 


CXGV 


Ujw 


CWFY 


Tod 


CWLB 


Tv 


CWPN 


Ubr 


CWTQ 


Uek 


CWZS 


Ubd 


CXGW 


Ux 


CWFZ 


Toe 


CWLD 


Tva 


CWPQ 


Ubs 


CWTR 


Uel 


CWZT 


Ube 


CXGY 


Uy 


CWGB 


Tof 


CWLF 


Tve 


CWPR 


Ubt 


CWTS 


Uem 


cwzv 


Ubf 


CXGZ 


Ujz 


CWGD 


Tog 


CWLG 


Tvi 


CWPS 


Ubu 


cwrv 


Uen 


CWTIX 


Ubg 


CXHB 


Uk 


CWGF 


Toh 


CWLH 


Tvo 


CWPT 


Ubv 


CWTX 


Ueo 


CWZY 


Ubh 


CXHD 


Uka 


CWGH 


Toi 


CWLJ 


Tvu 


UWPV 


TJbw 


CWTY 


Uep 


CXBD 


Ubi 


CXHF 


Ukb 


UWGJ 


Toj 


CWLK 


Tvy 


CWPX 


Ubx 


CWTZ 


Ueq 


CXBF 


Ubj 


CXHG 


Ukc 1 


UWGK 


Tok 


CWLM 


Tw 


CWPY 


Uby 


CWVB 


Uer 


CXBG 


Ubk 


CXHJ 


Ukd 


CWGL 


T61 


CWLN 


Tx 


CWPZ 


Ubz 


CWVD 


Ues 


CXRH 


Uhl 


CXHK 


Uke 


CWGM 


Tom 


CWLP 


Ty . 


CWQB 


Uc 


GWVF 


Uet 


CXBJ 


Ubm 


CXHL 


Ukf 


CWGN 


Ton 


CWLQ 


Tya 


CWQD 


Uca 


CWVG 


Ueu 


CXBK 


Ubn 


CXHM 


Ukg 


CWGP 


Too 


CWLR 


Tye 


CWQF 


Ucb 


CWVH 


Uev 


CXBL 


Ubo 


CXHN 


Ukh 


CWGQ 


Top 


OWLS 


Tyi 


CWQG 


Ucc 


CWVJ 


Uew 


CXBM 


Ubp 


CXHP 


Uki 


CWGR 


Toq 


OWLT 


Tyo 


CWQH 


Ucd 


CWVK 


Uex 


CXBN 


Ubq 


CXHQ 


Ukj 


CWGS 


Tor 


CWLV 


Tyu 


CWQJ 


Uce 


CWVL 


Uey 


CXBP 


Ubr 


CXHR 


Ukk 


OWGT 


Tos 


CWLX 


Tyy 


CWQK 


tJcf 


CWVM 


Uez 


CXBQ 


Ubs 


CXHS 


Ukl 


CWGV 


Tot 


CWLY 


Tyz 


CWQL 


Ucg 


CWVN 


Uf 


CXBR 


Uht 


CXHT 


Ukm 


CWGX 


Tou 


UWLZ 




CWQM 


Ucb 


OWVP 


Ufa 


CXBS 


Ubu 


CXHV 


Ukn 


CWGY 


Tov 






CWQN 


Uci 


CWVQ 


Ufb 


CXBT 


Uhv 


CXHW 


Uko 


CWGZ 


Tow 






CWQP 
CWQR 


Ucj 


CWVR 


Ufc 


CXBV 


Uhw 


CXHY 


Ukp 


GWHB 


Tox 






Uck 


cwvs 


Ufd 


CXBW 


Ubx 


CXHZ 


Ukq 


CWHD 


Toy 






CWQS 


Ucl 


OWVT 


Ufe 


CXBY 


Uby 


CXJB 


Ubr 


CWHF 


Toz 






CWQT 


Ucm 


cwvx 


UfE 


CXBZ 


Ubz 


CXJD 


Uks 


CWHG 


JP 






CWQV 


Ucn 


CWVY 


Ufg 


CXDB 


Ui 


CXJF 


Ukt 


CWHJ 


Tq 






CWQX 


Uco 


CWVZ 


Ufb 


CXDF 


Uia 


CXJG 


Uku 


CWHK 


-Tr 






CWQY 


Ucp 


CWXB 


Ufl 


CXDG 


Uib 


CXJH 


Ukv 


CWHT, 


Tra 






CWQZ 


Ucq 


CWXD 


Ufj 


CXDH 


Uic 


CXJK 


Ukw 


CWHM 


Tre 




tJ. 


CWRB 


Ucr 


CWXF 


Ufk 


CXDJ 


Uid 


CXJL 


Ukx 


CWHN 


Tri 






UWRD 


Ucs 


0WX6 


Ufl 


CXDK 


Uie 


CXJM 


Uky 
Ukz 


CWHP 


Tro 


CWMB 


Ua 


CWRF 


Uct 


CWXH 


Ufm 


CXDL 


Uif 


CXJN 


UWHQ 


Tru 


CWMD 


Uaa 


CWRG 


Ucu 


CWXJ 


Ufn 


CXDM 


Uig 


CXJP 


Ul 


CWHR 


Try 


CWMF 


Uab 


CWRH 


Ucv 


CWXK 


Ufo 


CXDN 


Uib 


CXJQ 
CXJR 


Ula 


CWHS 


Ts . 


CWMG 


Uac 


CWRJ 


Ucw 


CWXT, 


Ufp 


CXDP 


Uii 


Uib 


CWHT 


Tsa 


(JWMH 


Uad 


UWRK 


Ucx 


CWXM 


Ufq 


CXDQ 


Uij 


CXJS 


Ulc 


CWHV 


Tsc 


CWMJ 


Uae 


CWRL 


Ucy 


CWXN 


Ufr 


CXDB 


Uik 


CXJT 


Uld 


CWHX 


Tse 


CWMK 


Uaf 


CWRM 


Ucz 


CWXP 


Ufa 


CXDS 


Uil 


CXJV • 


Ule 


CWHY 


Tsh 


CWML 


Uag 


CWRN 


Ud 


CWXQ 


Uft 


CXDT 


Uim 


CXJW 


Ulf 


CWHZ 


Tsi 


CWMN 


Uah 


CWRP 


Uda 


GWXR 


Ufu 


CXDV 


Uin 


CXJY 


Ulg 
Uib 


CWJB 


S^^ 


CWMP 


Uai 


CWRQ 


Udb 


CWXS 


Ufv 


CXDW 


Uio 


CXJZ 


(JWJD 


Tsk 


CWMQ 


Uaj 


CWRS 


Udc 


CWXT 


Ufw 


CXDY 


Uip 


CXKB 


Uli 


UWJF 


Tsl 


CWMR 


Uak 


CWRT 


Udd 


CWXV 


Ufx 


CXDZ 


Uiq 


CXKD 


Ulj 
Ulk 


UWJG 


Tso 


CWMS 


Ual 


CWRV 


Ude 


CWXY 


Ufy 


CXFB 


Uir 


CXKF 


CWJH 


Tss 


CWMT 


Uam 


CWRX 


Udf 


CWXZ 


Ufz 


CXFD 


Uis 


CXKG 


UU 


CWJK 


Tst 


CWMV 


Uan 


CWRY 


Udg 


CWYB 


Ug 


CXFG 


Uit 


CXKH 


Ulm 


CWJL 


Tsu 


CWMX 


Uao 


CWRZ 


Udh 


CWYD 


Uga 


CXFH 


Uiu 


CXKJ 


Uln 


GWJM 


Tsz 


CWMY 


Uap 


CWSB 


Udi 


CWYF 


Ugb 


CXFJ 


Ulv 


CXKL 


Ulo 


UWJN 


Tt 


CWMZ 


Uaq 


CWSD 


Udj 


CWYG 


Ugc 


CXFK 


Uiw 


CXKM 


Ulp. 

Ulq 

Ulr 


CWJP 


Tu 


CWNB 


Uar 


CWSF 


Udk 


CWYH 


Ugd 


CXKL 


Uix 


CXKN 


UWJQ 


Tua 


CWND 


Uas 


CWSG 


Udl 


CWYJ 


Uge 


CXFM 


Uiy 


CXKP 


OWJR 


Tub 


CWNF 


Uat 


CWSH 


Udm 


CWYK 


Ugf 


CXFN 


Uiz 


CXKQ 
CXKR 


Uls 


CWJS 


Tuc 


CWKG 


Uau 


CWSJ 


Udn 


CWYL 


Ugg 


CXFP 


Uj 
Uja 


Ult 


CWJT 


Tiid 


CWNH 


Uav 


CWSK 


Udo 


CWYM 


Ugh 


> XFQ 


CXKS 


Ulu 


CWJV 


Tne 


CWNJ 


Uaw 


CWSL 


Udp 


CWYN 


Ugi 


CXFR 


Uib 


CXKT 


Ulv 


CWJX 


Tuf 


CWNK 


Uax 


CWSM 


Udq 


CWYP 


Ugj 


CXFS 


Ujc 


CXKV 


Ulw 

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Part I. 



ALPHABETICAL SPELLING TABLE. 



29 



CXKW 


uu 


CXPZ 


Uoq 


CXVD 


Urj 


CYBH 


Uuc 


CYHK 


Uww 


CYLS 


Vea 


CXKY 


Uly 


CXQB 


Uor 


CXVF 


Urk 


CYBJ 


Uud 


CYHT, 


Uwx 


CYLT 


Veb 


CXKZ 
CXLB 


Ulz 


CXQD 


Uos 


CXVG 


Url 


CYBK 


Uue 


CYHM 


Uwy 


CYLV 


Vec 


Um 


CXQF 


Uot 


CXVH 


Urm 


CYBL 


Uuf 


CYHN 


Uwz 


CYLW 


Ved 


CXTiD 


Mma 


CXQG 


Uou 


CXYJ 


Urn 


CYBM 


Uug 


CYHP 


Ux 


CYLX 


Vee 


CXLF - 


Umb 


CXQH 


Upv 


CXVK 


Uro 


CYBN 


Uub 


CYHQ 


Uxa 


CYLZ 


Ve£ 


CXLG 


Umc 


CXQJ 


Uow 


CXVL 


tJrp 


CYBP 


Uui 


CYHR 


Uxb 


CYMB 


Veg 
Veb 


CXLH 


Umd 


CXQK 


Uox 


CXVM 


Urq 


GYBQ 


Unj 


CYHS 


Uxc 


CYMD 


CXLJ 


Ume 


CXQL 


Uoy 


CXVN 


Ur? 


OYBR 


Unk 


CYHT 


Uxd 


CYMF 


Vei 


CXLK 


Umf 


CXQM 


Uoz 


CXVP 


Urs 


CYBS 


Unl 


CYHV 


Uxe 


GYMG 


Vei 


CXFiM 


S™g 


CXQN 


Up 


CXVQ 


Urt 


OYBT 


Unm 


CYHW 


Uxf 


CYMH 


Vek 


CXLN 


Umh 


CXQP 


Upa 


CXVR 


Uru 


CYBV 


Uun 


CYHX 


Uxg 


CYMJ 


Vei 


CXLP 


Umi 


CXQR 


Upb. 


CXVS 


Urv 


CYBW 


Uuo 


CYHZ 


Uxb 


CYMK 


Vem 


CXTiQ 


Umj 


OXQS 


Upc 


CXVT 


Urw 


CYBX 


Unp. 


CYJB 


Uxi 


CYML 


Yen 


CXLI , 


Umk 


CXQT 


Upd 


CXVW 


Urx 


OYBZ 


Unq 


OYJD 


Uxj 


CYMN 


Veo 


CXLS 


Uml, 


CXQV 


Upe 


CXVY 


Ury 


OYDB 


Unr 


CYJP 


Uxk 


CYMP 


Yep 


CXLT 


Umm 


CXQW 


Upf 


CXVZ 


Urz 


CYDF 


Uus 


OYJG 


Uxl 


CYMQ 


Veq 


CXLV 


Umn 


CXQY 


Upg 


OXWB 


Us 


CYDG 


Unt 


CYJH 


Uxm 


CYMB 


Ver 


CXLW 


Umo 


CXQZ ^ 


Upb 


CXWD 


Usa 


CYDH 


Uuu 


CYJK 


Uxn 


GYMS 


Ves 


CXLY 


Ump 


CXRB 


Upi 


OXWF 


Usb 


cYdj 


Unv 


CYJL 


Uxo 


GYMT 


Vet 


CXLZ 


Umq 


CXRD 


Upj 


CXWG 


Use 


CYDK 


Unw 


CYJM 


Uxp 


GYMV 


Ven 


CXMB 


Umr 


CXRF 


Upk 


CXWH 


Usd 


CYDL 


Unx 


CYJN 


Uxq 


CYMW 


Vev 


CXMD 


Urns 


CXRG 


Upl 


CXWJ 


Use 


QYDM 


Uny 


CYJP 


Uxr 


CYMX 


Vew 


CXMF 


Umt 


CXRH 


Upm 


CXWK 


Usf 


CYDN 


Unz 


CYJQ 


Uxs 


CYMZ 


Vex 


CXMG 


Umii 


CXRJ 


Upn 


CXWL 


Usg 


CYDP 


Uv 


CYJR 


Uxt 


CYNB 


Vey 


CXMH 


Umv 


CXRK 


Upo 


CXWM 


Usb 


CYDQ. 


Uva 


OYJS 


Uxu 


GYND 


Vez 


CXMJ 


Umw 


CXRL 


Upp 


OXWN 


Usi 


CYDR 


Uvb 


CYJT 


Uxv 


CYNF 


Vf 


CXMK 


Umx 


CXRM 


Upq 


CXWP 


Usj 


CYDS 


Uvc 


CYJV 


Uxw 


CYNG 


Vg 


CXML 


Umy 


CXRN 


Upr 


CXWQ 


Usk 


CYDT 


Uvd 


CYJW 


Uxx 


GYNH 


Vb 


CXMN 


Umz 


CXRP 


Ups 


CXWR 


Usl 


CYDV 


Uve 


OYJX 


Uxy 


GYNJ 


Vi 


CXMP 


Un 


CXRQ 


Upt 


CXWS 


Usm 


CYDW 


Uvf 


CYJZ 


Uxz 


CYNK 


Via 


CXMQ 


Una 


CXRS 


Upu 


CXWT 


Usn 


CYDX 


Uvg 






CYNL 


Vib 


CXME 


Unb 


CXRT 


Upv 


CXWV 


Uso 


CYDZ 


Uvb 






CVNM 


Vic 


CXMS 


Unc 


CXKV 


Upw 


OXWY 


Usp 


CYFB 


Uvi 






CYNP 


Vid 


CXMT 


Und 


CXRW 


Upx 


CXWZ 


Usq 


CYFD 


Uvj 






CYNQ 


Vie 


CXMV 


Une 


CXRY 


Upy 


CXYB 


Usr 


UVFG 


Uvk 






GVNR 


Vif 


cxTvrw 


Unf 


CXRZ 


Upz 


CXYD 


Uss 


CYFH 


Uvl 






GYNS 


Vig 


CXMY 


Ung 


CXSB 


Uq 


CXYP 


Ust 


CYFJ 


Uvm ; 






GYNT 


Vib 


CXMZ 


Unb 


CXSD 


Uqa 


CXYG 


Usu 


CYFK 


Uvn 






CYNV 


Vii 


CXNB 


Uni 


CXSF 


Uqb 


CXYH 


Usv 


CYFL 


Uvo 






GYNW 


Vij 


CXND 


Unj 


CXSG 


Uqc 


CXYJ 


Usw 


CYFM 


Uvp 






GYNX 


Vik 


CXNF 


Unk 


CXSH 


Uqd 


CXYK 


Usx 


CYFN 


Uvq 






CYNZ 


Vil 


CXNG 


Unl 


CXSJ 


Uqe 


CXYL 


Usy 


CYFP 


Uvr 




V. 


CYPB 


Vim 


CXNH 


Unm 


CXSK 


Uqf 


CXYM 


Usz 


CYFQ 


Uvs 






CYPD 


Yin 


CXNJ 


Unn 


CXSL 


Uqg 


OXYN 


Ut 


CYFR 


Uvt 


CYKB 


Va 


CYPF 


Vio 


CXNK 


Uno 


CXSM 


Uqb 


OXYP 


Uta 


CYFS 


Uvn 


OYKD 


Vaa 


GYPG 


Vip 


CXNL 


Unp 


CXSN 


Uqi 


CXYQ 


Utb 


CYFT 


Uvv 


CYKF 


Vab 


CYPH 


Viq 


CXNM 


Unq 


CXSP 


Uqj 


OXYR 


Utc 


CYFV 


Uvw 


OYKG 


Vad 


CYPJ 


Vir 


CXNP 


Unr 


CXSQ 


Uqk 


OXYS 


Utd 


CYFW 


Uvx 


CYKH 


Vae 


GYPK 


Vis 


CXNQ 


Uns 


CXSR 


Uql 


CXYT 


Ute 


CYFX 


Uvy 


CYKJ 


Vaf 


CYPL 


Vit 


CXNR 


Unt 


CXST 


Uqm 


CXYV 


Utf 


CYFZ 


Uvz 


CYKL 


Yag 


CYPM 


Yin 


CXNS 


Unu 


CXSV 


Uqn 


CXYW 


Utg 


CYGB 


Uw 


CYKM 


Vab 


CYPN 


Viv 


CXNT 


Unv 


cxsw 


Uqo 


CXYZ 


Utb 


CYGD 


Uwa 


CYKN 


Vai 


GYPQ 


Viw 


CXNV 


Unw 


CXSY 


Uqp 


CXZB 


Uti 


CYGF 


Uwb 


CYRP 


Yaj 


CYPR 


Vix 


CXNW 


Unx 


CXSZ 


Uqq 


CXZD 


Utj 


CYGH 


Uwc 


CYKQ 


Vak 


GYPS 


Viy 


CXNY 


Uny 


CXTB 


Uqr 


CXZF 


Utk 


CYGJ 


Uwd 


CYKR 


Val 


GYPT 


Viz 


CXNZ 


Unz 


CXTD 


Uqs 


CXZG 


Utl 


GYGK 


Uwe 


CYKS 


Yam 


GYPV 


Vi 


CXPB 


Uo 


CXTF 


Uqt 


CXZH 


Utm 


CYGL 


Uwf 


CYKT 


Van 


GYPW 


Vk 


CXPD 


Uoa 


CXTG 


Uqu 


OXZJ 


Utn 


CYGM 


Uwg 


OYKV 


Vao 


GYPX 


Via 


GXPP 


Uob 


CXTH 


Uqv 


CXZK 


Uto 


CYGN 


Uwb 


CYKW 


Vap 


CYPZ 


Vie 


CXPG 


Uoc 


CXTJ 


Uqw 


CXZL 


Utp 


CYGP 


Uwi 


CYKX 


Vaq 


GYQB 


Vli 


CXPH 


Uod 


CXTK 


Uqx 


CXZM 


Utq 


CYGQ 


Uwj 


CYKZ 


Var 


GYQD 


Vlo 


CXPJ 


Uoe 


CXTL 


Uqy 


CXZN 


Utr 


CYGR 


Uwk 


CYLB 


Vas 


GYQF 


Vln 


CXPK 


Uof 


CXTM 


Uqz 


CXZP 


Uts 


CYGS 


Uwl 


CYLD 


Vat 


GYQG 


Vly 


CXPL 


Uog 


CXTN 


Ur 


CXZQ 


Utt 


CYGT 


Uwm 


CYLF 


Van 


GYQH 


Vm 


CXPM 


Uob 


CXTP 


Ura 


CXZR 


Utu 


CYGV 


Uwn 


CYLG 


Vav 


CYQJ 


Vn 


CXPN 


Uoi 


CXTQ 


Urb 


CXZS 


Utv 


CYGW 


Uwo 


CYLH 


Vaw 


CYQK 


Vo 


CXPQ 


Uoj 


CXTB 


Urc 


CXZT 


Utw 


CYGX 


Uwp 


CYLJ 


Vax 


GYQL 


Voa 


CXPR 


Uok 


CXTS 


Urd 


CXZV 


Utx 


CYGZ 


Uwq 


CYLK 


Vay 


GYQM 


Vob 


CXPS 


Uol 


CXTV 


Ure 


cxzw 


Uty 


CYHB 


Uwr 


CYLM 


Vaz 


CYQN 


Voo 


CXPT 


Uom 


CXTW 


Urf 


CXZY 


Utz 


CYHD 


Uws 


CYLN 


Vb 


GYQP 


Vod 


CXPV 


Uon 


CXTY 


Urg 


UVBD 


Un 


CYHF 


Uwt 


CYLP 


Vc 


GYQB 


Voe 


CXPW 


Uoo 


CXTZ 


Urb 


CYBF 


Una 


CYHG 


Uwn 


CYLQ 


Vd 


CYQS 


Vo£ 


CXPY 


Uop 


CXVB 


Uri 


CYBG 


Uub 


CYHJ 


Uwv 


CYLR 


Ve 

• 


CYQT 


Vog 



30 



ALPHABETICAL SPELLING TABLE. 



Part I. 



CYQV 

CYQW 

CYQX 

CYQZ 

CYEB 

CYED 

CYRF 

CYRG 

GYRH 

CYRJ 

CYRK 

CYRL 

CYRM 

CYRN 

CYRP 

CYRQ 

CYRS 

CYET 

CYRV 

CYRW 

CYRX 

CYRZ 

CYSB 

CYSD' 

CYSF 

CYSG 

CYSH 

CYSJ 

CYSK 

CYSL 

OYSM 

CYSN 

CYSP 

CYSQ 

CYSR 

CYST 

CYSV 

CYSW 

CYSX 

CYSZ 

CYTB 

CYTD 

CYTF 

CYTG 

CYTH 

CYTJ 

CYTK 

CYTL 

CYTM 

CYTN' 

CYTP 

CYTQ 

CYTR 

CYTS 

CYTV 

CYTW 

CYTX 

CYTZ 

CYVB 

CYVD 

CYVF 

CYVG 

CYVH 

CYYJ 

OYVK 

CYVL 

CYVM 

CYVN 

CYVP 

CYVQ 

CYVR 

CYVS 

CYVT 

OYVW 



Voh 

Voi 

Voj 

Vok 

Vol 

Vom 

Von 

Voo 

Vop 

Voq 

Vor 

Vos 

Vot 

Vov 

Vow 

Vox 

Voy 

Voz 

Vp 

Vq 

Vr 

Vra 

Vre 

Vri 

Vro 

Vru 

Vry 

Vs 

Vt 

Vu 

Vua 

Vub 

Vuo 

Vud 

Vue 

Vuf 

Vug 

Vuh 

Vui 

Vuj 

Vuk 

Vul 

Vum 

Vun 

Vuo 

Vup 

Vuq 

Vur 

Vus 

Vut 

Vtiu 

Vuv 

Vuw 

Vux 

Vny 

Vuz 

Vv 

Vw 

Vx 

Vy 

Vya 

Vyd 

Vye 

Vyi 

Vyl 

Vym 

Vyn 

Vyo 

Vyr 

Vys 

Vyt 

Vyu 

Vyv 

Vyx 



CYVX 
CYVZ 



CYWB 

CYWD 

CYWF 

CYWG 

CYWH 

CYWJ 

CYWK 

CYWL 

CYWM 

CYWN 

CYWP 

CYWQ 

CYWR 

CYWS 

CYWT 

CYWV 

CYWX 

CYWZ 

CYXB 

CYXD 

CYXF 

CYXG 

CYXH 

CYXJ 

CYXK 

CYXL 

CYXM 

CYXN 

CYXP 

CYXQ 

CYXR 

CYXS 

CYXT 

CYXV 

CYXW 

CYXZ 

CYZB 

CYZD 

CYZF 

CYZG 

CYZH 

CYZJ 

CYZK 

CYZL 

CYZM 

CYZN 

CYZP 

CYZQ 

CYZR 

CYZS 

CYZT 

OYZV 

CYZW 

CYZX 

CZBD 

CZBF 

CZBG 

CZBH 

CZBJ 

CZBK 

CZBL 



Vyz 


CZBM 


Who 


Vz 


CZBN 


Whu 




CZBP 


Why 




CZBQ 


Wi 




CZBR 


Wia 




CZBS 


Wib 




CZBT 


Wic 




CZBV 


Wid 




CZBW 


Wie 




CZBX 


Wif 




CZBY 


Wig 


W. 


CZDB 


Wih 




CZDF 


Wii 


Wa 


CZDG 


Wij 


Waa 


CZDH 


Wik 


Wab 


CZDJ 


Wil 


Wac 


CZDK 


Wim 


Wad 


CZDL 


Win 


Wae 


CZDM 


Wio 


Waf 


CZDN 


Wip 


Wag 


CZDP 


Wiq 


Wah 


CZDQ 


Wir 


Wai 


CZDR 


Wis 


Waj 


CZDS 


Wit 


Wak 


CZDT 


Wiu 


Wal 


CZDV 


Wiv 


Warn 


CZDW 


Wiw 


Wan 


CZDX 


Wix 


Wao 


CZDY 


Wiy 


Wap 


CZFB 


Wiz 


Waq 


CZFD 


Wj 


War 


CZFG 


Wk 


Was 


CZFH 


Wl 


Wat 


CZFJ 


Wla 


Wau 


C^FK 


Wle 


Wav 


CZFL 


Wli 


Waw 


CZFM 


Wlo 


Wax 


CZFN 


Wlu 


Way 


CZFP 


Wly 


Waz 


CZFQ 


Wm 


Wb 


CZFR 


Wn 


Wc 


CZFS 


Wo 


Wd 


CZFT 


Woa 


We 


CZFV 


Wob 


Wea 


CZFW 


Woe 


Web 


CZFX 


Wod 


Wee 


CZFY 


Woe 


Wed 


CZGB 


Wof 


Wee 


CZGD 


Wog 


Weh 


CZGF 


Woh 


Wei 


CZGH 


Woi 


Wej 


CZGJ 


Woj 


Wek 


CZGK 


Wok 


Wei 


CZGL 


Wol 


Wem 


CZGM 


Worn 


Wen 


CZGN 


Won 


Weo 


CZGP 


Woo 


Wep 


CZGQ 


Wop 


Weq 


CZGR 


Woq 


Wer 


CZGS 


Wor 


Wes 


OZGT 


Wos 


Wet 


OZGV 


Wot 


Weu 


CZGW 


Wou 


Wev 


CZGX 


Wov 


Wew 


CZGY 


Wow 


Wex 


CZHB 


Wox 


Wey 


CZHD 


Woy 


Wez 


CZHF 


Woz 


Wf 


CZHG 


Wp 


Wg 


CZHJ 


Wq 


Wh 


CZHK 


Wr 


Wha 


CZHL 


Wra 


Whe 


CZHM 


Wre 


Whi 


CZHN 


Wri 



CZHP 

CZHQ 

CZHR 

CZHS 

CZHT 

CZHV 

CZHW 

CZHX 

CZHY 

CZJB 

CZJD 

CZJF 

CZJG 

CZJS 

CZJK 

CZJL 

CZJM 

CZJN 

CZJP 

CZJQ 

CZJR 

CZJS 

CZJT 

CZJV 

CZJW 

CZJX 

CZJY 

CZKB 

CZKD 

CZEF 

CZKG 

CZKH 

CZKJ 

CZKL 

CZKM 

CZKN 

CZKP 

CZKQ 

CZKR 

CZKS 

CZKT 

CZKV 

CZKW 

CZKX 

CZKY 

CZLB 

CZLD 

CZLF 

CZLG 

CZLH 

CZLJ 

CZLK 

CZLM 

CZLN 

CZLP 

CZLQ 

CZLR 

CZLS 

CZLT 

CZLV 

CZLW 

CZLX 

CZLY 



Wro 

Wru 

Wry 

Ws 

Wt 

Wu 

Wua 

Wub 

Wuc 

Wud 

Wue 

Wuf 

Wug 

Wuh 

Wui 

Wuj 

Wuk 

Will 

Wum 

Wun 

Wuo 

Wup 

Wur 

Wus 

Wut 

Wuv 

Wux 

Wuy 

Wuz 

Wv 

Wva 

Wx 

Wxa 

Wxo . 

Wxu 

Wy 

Wya 

Wye 

Wyi 

Wyj 

Wyl 

Wym 

Wyn 

Wyo 

Wyp 

Wyr 

Wys 

Wyt 

Wyv 

Wyx 

Wyz 

Wz 

Wza 

Wze 

Wzi 

Wzo 

Wzu 

W^y 



CZMB 

CZMD 

CZMF 

CZMG 

CZMH 

CZMJ 

CZMK 

CZML 

CZMN 

CZMP 

CZMQ 

CZMR 

CZMS 

CZMT 

CZMV 

CZMW 

CZlrfX 

CZMY 

CZNB 

CZND 

CZNF 

CZNG 

CZNH 

CZNJ 

CZNK 

CZNL 

CZNM 

CZNP 

CZNQ 

CZNR 

CZNS 

CZNT 

CZNV 

CZNW 

CZNX 

CZNY 

CZPB 

CZPD 

CZPF 

CZPG 

CZPH 

CZPJ 

CZPK 

CZPL 

CZPM 

CZPN 

CZPQ 

CZPR 

CZPS 

CZPT 

CZPV 

CZPW 

CZPX 

CZPY 

CZQB 

CZQD 

CZQF 

CZQG 

CZQH 

CZQJ 

CZQK 

CZQL 

CZQM 

CZQN 

CZQP 

CZQR 

CZQS 

CZQT 

CZQV 

CZQW 

CZQX 

CZQY 



Xa 
Xao 
Xae 
Xai 
Xam 
Xan 
I Xao 
! Xap 
!Xar 
Xas 
Xat 
Xau 
Xav 
Xaw 
Xay 
Xaz 
Xb 
Xba 
Xbe 
Xbi 
Xbo 
Xbu 
Xc 
Xea 

iXce 

iXci 
Xco 

!Xeu 

IXd 

IXe 

' Xea 
Xei 
Xeo 
Xer 
Xes 
Xet 
Xeu 
Xh 
Xi 
Xia 
Xie 
Xio 
Xiu 
Xiz 
Xla 
Xle 
Xli 
Xlo 
Xlu 
Xm 
Xma 
Xme 
Xmi 
Xmo 
Xmu 
Xn 
Xna 
Xni 
Xno 
Xo 
Xoa 
Xoe 
Xoi 
Xou 
Xr 
Xra 
Xre 
Xri 
Xro 
Xu 
Xua 
Xue 



CZRB 

CZRD 

CZRF 

CZRG 

CZRH 

CZRJ- 

CZRK 

CZRL 

CZRM 

CZRN 

CZRP 

CZRQ 

CZRS 

CZRT 

CZRV 

CZRW 

CZRX 

CZRY 



Xui 
Xuo 
Xy 



CZSB 

CZSD 

CZSP 

CZSG 

CZSH 

CZSJ 

CZSK 

CZSL 

CZSM 

CZSN 

CZSP 

CZSQ 

CZSR 

CZST 

CZSV 

CZSW 

CZSX 

CZSY 

CZTB 

CZTD 

CZTF 

CZTG 

CZTH 

CZTJ 

CZTK 

CZTL 

CZTM 

CZTN 

CZTP 

CZTQ 

CZTR 

CZTS 

CZTV 

CZTW 

CZTX 

CZTY 

CZVB 

CZVD 

CZVF 

CZVG 

CZVH 

CZVJ 

CZVK 

CZVL 

CZVM 



Xyb 

Xyc 

Xyd 

Xye 

Xyo 

Xyr 

Xz 

Xza 

Xze 

Xzi 

Xzo 

Xzu 



Ya 

Yal 

i Yam 

I Yan 

I Yas 

Yat 

Yav 

■ Yaw 

Ye 

Yea 

i Yed 

i Yei 

I Yeb 

i Yi 

! Yl- 

lYla 

Ylo 

Ym 

" Yma 

! Ymo 

' Yn 

Yna 

Yno 

Yo 

You 

Yp 

Yr 

Ys 

■Ysa 

Yse 

Ysi 

Yso 

Ysu 

Yt 

Yta 

Yte 

Yti 

Yto 

Ytu 

Yu 

Yua 

Yuil 

Yhs 

Yut 

Yx 



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ALPHABETICAL SPELLING TABLE. 



31 



CZVN 
CZVP 
CZVQ 
CZVR 
CZVS 
CZVT 

czvw 
czvx 

CZVY 



Yxa 
Yxo 
Yz 
Yza 

Yze 
Yzi 
Yzo 
Yzu 



CZWB 

CZWD 

CZWF 

CZWG 

CZWH 

CZWJ 

CZWK 

CZWL 

CZWM 

CZWN 

CZWP 

CZWQ 

CZWR 

CZWS 

CZWT 

CZWV 

CZWX 

CZWY 



Za 
Zac 

Zai 

Zao 

Zd 

Ze 

Zea 

Zee 

Zei 

Zeo 

Zi 

Zia 

Zie 

Zio 

Zl 

Zla 

Zlo 

Zo 



CZXB 

CZXD 

CZXF 

CZXG 

CZXH 

CZXJ 

CZXK 

CZXL 

CZXM 

CZXN 

CZXP 

CZXQ 

CZXR 

CZXS 

CZXT 

CZXV 

CZXW 

CZXY 

CZYB 

CZYD 



Zoa 

Zoe 

Zon 

Zor 

Zos 

Zot 

Zov 

Zow 

Zr 

Zry ' 

Zu 

Zua 

Zue 

Zui 

Zuo 

Zv 

Zva 

Zvo 

Zy 

Zya 



CZYF 

CZYG 

CZYH 

CZYJ 

CZYK 

CZYL 

CZYM 

CZYN 

OZYP 

CZYQ 

CZYR 

CZYS 



Zyd 

Zye 

Zyf 

Zyi 

Zyl 

Zym 

Zyn 

Zyo 

Zyp 

Zyt 



CZYT 
CZYV 
CZYW 
CZYX 



ITUMERAL SIGNALS. 



Under the arrangement shown below, every flag hoisted after Numeral Signal No. 1 
has been made, and until Numeral Signal No. 3 or Alphabetical Signal No. 1 {see page 13) 
has been made, represents one or more figures^ as indicated in the Numeral Table below. 

If the number to be signalled consists of more than four figures, two or more hoists 
must be used, as no hoist is to contain more than four flags ; and if any figure occurs 
more than once in the same number, the figure must on its sefcond occurrence begin or 
be in a second hoist, and on its third occurrence it must begin or be in a third hoist, 
unless use can be made of the signals K to Z in the Numeral Table below. 

The following are the signals to be used : 



Signal. 


Meaning. ■ 


Code Fiaq oteb Fi,a» M 

Code Flag over Flag N. 
CoDE Flag over Flag O. 


Numeral Signal No. 1, indicating that the flags hoisted after it, until 
Numeral Signal No. 3 or Alphabetical Signal No. 1 is made, do not 
represent the signals in the Code, but express figures, as indicated in 
the Numeral Table below, and have the special numerical values there 
given to them. 

Numeral Signal No. 2, indicating the Decimal Point. 

Numeral Signal No 3, indicating that the Numeral Signals are ended ; 
the signals which follow are to be looked out in the Code in' the usual 
manner. 


Numeral Table. 


Examples. 


A 1 

B 2 

C --- 3 

D 4 

E 5 

F 6 

G 7 

H 8 

I 9 

J 10 

K 11 

L 22 

M 33 

N 44 

---- 55 

P 66 

Q 77 


To make 78,865 : 
1st hoist. Code Flag over M = The signals which follow are Numeral 

Signals, and are to be looked out in the 

Numeral Table. 
2d hoist, GRFE = 78,865 
3d hoist. Code Flag over O = The Numeral Signals are ended. 


To make 787: 
1st hoist, Code Flag over M = The signals which follow are Numeral 

Signals, and are to be looked out in the 

Numeral Table. 
2d hoist, GH =78) „„„ 
3d hoist, G = 7 f - ^'^^ 
4th hoist. Code Flag over O = The Numeral Signals are ended. 


R 88 

S 99 

T 100 

U 

V 00 

W 000 

X - OOOO 

Y. OOOOO 

Z 000000 


To make 9.99876: 
1st hoist, Code Flag over M = The signals which follow are Numeral 

Signals, and are to be looked out in tM 
Numeral Table. ' 
2d hoist, I =9 ) 
3d hoist. Code Flag over N = Decimal point )■ = 9.99876 
4th hoist, SHGF = 99876 ) 
5th hoist. Code Flag over O = The Numeral Signals are ended. 



Signals for certain Decimals and Fractions will be found on page 34. 

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NUMERAL TABLE. 





CODE FLAG UlSTDBE TWO FLAGS. 


( 


signal. 


Number. 


Signal. 


Number. 


Signal 


Number. 


Code Flag under UA 





Code Flag under W A 


50 


Code Flag under Y A 


100 


" UB 


1 


" WB 


51 


" YB 


200 


" uc 


2 


" wc 


53 


" YC 


800 


■■ UD 


3 


" WD 


53 


" YD 


400 


" UE 


4 


" WE 


54 


" YE 


500 


" UF 


5 


•' WF 


5S 


■• YF 


600 


" UG 


6 


" WG 


56 


" YG 


700 


" UH 


7 


" WH 


57 


" YH 


800 


" UI 


8 


" WI 


58 


" YI 


900 


" UJ 


9 


" WJ 


59 


'• YJ 


1,000 


" UK 


10 


.. WK 


60 


" YK 


2,000 


" UL 


11 


■• WL 


61 


" YL 


3,000 


i " '■ UM 


13 


" WM 


63 


" YM 


4,000 


1 " " UN 


13 


" WN 


63 


" YN 


5,000 


1 " " uo 


14 


" WO 


64 


" YO 


6,000 


" UP 


15 


" WP 


65 


" YP 


7,000 


" UQ 


16 


'• WQ 


66 


" " YQ 


8,000 


" '■ UB 


17 


" WR 


67 


" " YR 


9,000 


" US 


18 


" ws 


68 


" , " YS 


10, 000 


" UT 


19 


.. WT 


69 


.. YT 


ll,0u0 


" UV 


20 


" wu 


70 


" YU 


12,000 


« " uw 


21 


.. wv 


71 


.. YV 


13, 000 


" ux 


23 


" WX 


73 


.. YW 


14, 000 


" UY 


28 


" WY 


73 


" YX 


15, 000 


" UZ 


34 


" wz 


74 


" YZ 


16, 000 


" VA 


25 


•' XA 


75 


'■ ZA 


17,000 


" VB 


26 


" XB 


76 


" ZB 


18, 000 


'■ VC 


27 


" XC 


77 


" zc 


19,000 


" VD 


28 


" XD 


78 


" ZD 


30,ooe 


" VE 


29 


" XF, 


79 


" ZB 


80, 000 


.. yp 


30 


" XF 


80 


■" ZF 


40, 000 


" VG 


31 


" XG 


81 


" ZG 


50, 000 


•' VH 


32 


•' XH 


83 


" ZH 


60, 000 


" VI 


33 


" XI 


83 


■' ZI 


70, 000 


" VJ 


84 


" XJ 


84 


" ZJ 


80,000 


" VK 


35 


" XK 


85 


" ZK 


90, 000 


" VL 


36 


" XL 


86 


" ZL 


100, 000 


" VM 


37 


" XM 


87 


" ZM 


300, 000 


" VN 


38 


" XN 


88 


" ZN 


300, 000 


" vo 


89 


" xo 


89 


" zo 


400,000 


• ' VP 


40 


" XP 


90 


" ZP 


500,000 


" VQ 


41 


'■ XQ 


91 


• ZQ 


600, 000 


■ 42 


" XE 


93 


" ZB 


700, 000 


vs 


43 


" XS 


93 


" zs 


800,000 


« .' vx 


44 


" XT 


94 


" ZT 


SOO, 000 


" " vu 


45 


■• XU 


95 


" zu 


1, 000, 000 


<< " vw 


46 


" XV 


96 


•■ zv 


3, 000, 000 


" " vx 


47 


" XW 


97 


" zw 


3,000,000 


.■ " VY 


48 


" XY 


98 


" zx 


4, 000, 000 


" vz 


49 


" XZ 


99 


" ZY 


5,000,000 



See also page 82 for alternative method of making Numeral Signals. 
For Decimals and Fractions, see page 34. 

EXAMPLES. 

Numbers which can not be represented in one hoist to be shown as follows: 

TTi T.,innii TnTnnke97i- To make 165.09: 



10,011 



97i 



165.09 



76564—09- 



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34 



NUMERAL TABLE. 
DECIMALS AKD FRACTIONS. 



Part I- 



BOO 

BCP 

BCQ 

BCR 

BCS 

BCT 

BCU 

BCV 

BCW 

BOX 

BOY 

BCZ 

BDA 

BDC 

BDE 

BDP 

BDG 

BDH 

BDI 

BDJ 



Decimal. 
—.01, or, ^ 
—.02, or, T^, or, -^^ 
—.03, or, jh 
— .04, or, y^^, or,i^ 
—.05, or, T-fir. or, -^V 
—.06, or, j^, or, ^\ 
—.07, or, -^hs 
—.08, or, -jI^, or, ^% 
-.09, or, ^ 

Fraction. 
— tV. or, .1 " 
-i, or, .2 
—j%, or, .3 

— f , or, A 

— i, or, .5 

— I , or, .6 
—A. or, .7 
-4, or, .8 
-1%. or, .9 J 



. lOOths. Hundredths. 



lOths. Tenths. 



BDK 

BDL 

BDM 

BDN 

BDO 

BDP 

BDQ 

BDB 

BDS 

BDT 

BDU 

BDV 

BDW 

BDX 



BDY 
BDZ 



Fraction — Continued. 



-7 

— XT 
B 

8 



16ths. Sixteenths. 



f i Bds. Thirds. 



SIGNALS MADE BY ONE FLAG. 



TO BE USED ONLY BETAVEEN VESSELS TOWIKG AND BEIKG TOWED. 

The flag is to be held in the hand, and only to be shown just above the Gunwale. 



Signals about— 


1 


Meaning when made— 


By tlie ship towed. 


By the ship towing. 


Cables, 

or. 
Hawsers. 


A 
B 
C 

D 

E 
F 
G 

H 
I 

J 
K 
L 

M 

N 


—Is the towing cable (or, hawser) fast? 
—The towing cable (or, hawser) is fast. 
—The towing cable (or, hawser) is not 

fast. 
—Equalize the strain on the cables (or, 

hawsers). 
—Can not slack more cable (or, hawser). 
—Shorten in the port cable (or, hawser). 
— Shorten in the starboard cable (or, 

hawser). 
— Shorten in both cables (or, hawsers). 
—Veer the port cable (or, hawser). 
—Veer the starboard cable (or, hawser). 
— Veer both cables (or, hawsers). 
— Cast off the port hawser. 
—Cast off the starboard hawser. 
— Cast off both hawsers. 


Is the towing cable (or, hawser) fast? 
The towing cable (or, hawser) is fast. 
The towing cable (or, hawser) is not 

fast. 
Equalize the strain on the cables (or, 

hawsers). 
Can not slack more cable (or, hawser). 
Shorten in the port cable (or, hawser). 
Shorten in the starboard cable (or, 

hawser). 
Shorten in both cables (or, hawsers). 
Veer the port cable (or, hawser). 
Veer the starboard cable (or, hawser). 
Veer both cables (or, hawsers). 
Cast off the port hawser. 
Cast off the starboard hawser. 
Cast off both hawsers. 


Speed. 


O 
P 

Jbl 

S 


— Go as slow as possible. 

— Go easy. 

— Go half speed. 

— Go full speed. 

— Stop the engines. 


Am going as slow as possible. 

Am going easy. 

Am going half speed. 

Am going full speed. / 

Must stop. 


Steering. 


T 

U 
V 

w 


—Steer more to port. 

— Steer more to starboard. 

— Steady as you go. 

— Steer six points from the wind. 


Steer more to port. 

Steer more to starboard. 

Steady as you go. 

Ship will not steer properly. 


Sail. 


X 

Y 


— Make sail. 

— Set fore and aft sails. 


Make sail. 

Set fore and aft sails. 


Special. 


z 


—Man overboard. 


Man overboard. 



SIGNALS BY NIGHT. 



To be used only between ships towing and being towed, and to be made by short 
flashes of light or blapts of the whistle one second in duration. 



Steer more to port — "- Steer more to starboard — 

Cast off hawsers — — — — 

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URGENT AND IMPORTAIil^T SIGI*fALS. 



TWO-FLAG SIGNALS. 



ABANDON— ASSISTANCE. 



AB 
AC 
AD 

AE 
AF 
AG 
AH 

AI 

AJ 

AK 



AL 
AM 

AN 

AO 

AP 

AQ 

AE 

AS 

AT 

AU 

AV 

AW 

AX 

AY 
AZ 
BA 
BC 
BD 
BE 
BF 

BG 

BH 

BI 
BJ 
BK 

BL 
BM 

BN 

BO 

BP 

BQ 

BR 

BS 

BT 



Abandon. 

— Abandon the vessel as fast as possible. 

— Do not abandon the vessel. 

— Do not abandon the vessel until the tide 

has ebbed. 
— Do you intend to abandon 1 
— I do not intend to abandon the vessel. 
—I must abandon the vessel. 
— I shall abandon my vessel unless you will 

keep by us. 
— I will not abandon you. I will remain by 

you (or vessel indicated). 
— I (or, They) wish to abandon, but have 

not the means. 
— Is she (or vessel indicated) abandoned? 

Accident, or. Damage. 
— Accident ; dangerously wounded (or, hurt). 
— Accident; want a surgeon (or, doctor). 
— Are you (or. Is — , vessel indicated) in a 

condition to proceed ? 
— Are you (or. Is — , vessel indicated) mate- 
rially damaged (or, injured)? 
— Boat is capsized (bearing, if necessary). 
— Boat is lost. 
— Boat is stove. 
— Boat is swamped. 
— Boiler burst; — men killed. 
— Boiler burst ; — men killed — wounded. 
— Boiler burst ; no one hurt. 
— ^Boiler burst ; no one seriously hurt. 
— Boiler burst; number of killed and 

wounded not yet known. 
— Boiler burst ; several men killed. 
— Boiler burst ; several men wounded. 
— Can damage be repaired at sea ? 
— Can damage be repaired by yom selves? 
— Damage can be put to rights in — hours. 
— Damage can be repaired at sea. 
— Damage can not be repaired at sea. (or place 

indicated) . 
— Damage, or. Defects can not be repaired 

without assistance. 
— Damaged, or. Sprung mast ; can not carry 

sail. 
— Damaged rudder ; can not steer. 
—Engines broken down ; I am disabled. 
— "Has any accident happened ? Is anything 

the matter ? 
— Have you lost all your boats ? 
—How long will you (or vessel indicated) be 

repairing damage ? 
— I am very seriously damaged. 
— I have lost all my boats. 
— In case of accident (or, necessity). 

Is your cargo much damaged ? 
— Man overboard. 
Met with an accident. 
Want a boat ; man overboard. 



BU 
BV 



BW 
BX 
BY 
BZ 

CA 

CB 
CD 

CE 

CF 
CG 

CH 

CI 
CJ 
CK 



CL 

CM 

CN 

CO 
CP 
CQ 
CR 

CS 

CT 

cu 
cv 
cw 

ex 

CY 

cz 

DA 

DB 
DC 
DB 
DF 



Accident — Continued. 

— When did the accident happen ? 

— Where will you go to repair damage 1 

Afloat and Aground. 

— Afloat aft. 

— Afloat forward. 

— Am afloat. 

— Am aground. 

— Am aground ; likely to break up ; require 
immediate assistance. 

— Are you afloat ? 

— Can not be got off (or, afloat) by any 
means now available. 

— I am aground ; send what immediate as- 
sistance you can. 

— Lose no time in shoring up. 

— May be got off (or, afloat) if prompt as-' 
sistance be given. 

— Vessel (or vessel indicated) ashore near — 
(or, on — ). 

— Was the tide high when you grounded? 

— Was the tide low when you grounded ? 

— When did you ground ? 

Anchorage. (See Harbor. ) 

Assistance. 
In Distress; Want Immediate Assist- 
ance NC 

Note. —See Distress Signals, page 7. 
— Am disabled ; communicate with me. 
—Am drifting ; want assistance. 
— Can I procure any assistance in the way 

of — ? 
—Can you assist — (vessel indicated) ? 
— Can not assist. 
— Could not render assistance. 
— Do not require assistance (or, further 

assistance). 
—Do yoa require any assistance (or, help) of 

(or, from) — ? 
— Do you require further assistance ? 
—Do you require immediate assistance ? 
—I require assistance from Lloyd's agent. 
—Lighthouse, or. Light-ship at — wants 

immediate assistance. 
—No assistance can be rendered ; do the best 

you can for yourselves. 

—Render all the assistance possible— to . 

—Require help (or, assistance) of (or, from)-. 
—Rudder disabled; will you assist me (into 

— port indicated, if necessary) 1 
—Send immediate assistance. 
—We are coming to your assistance. 
—Will you assist me (or vessel indicated)''. 
—With some assistance I shall be able to set 

things to rights. 



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Part I. 



URGENT AND IMPORTANT SIGNALS. 



37 



ATTENTION— CAUTION. 



DG 
DH 



DI 



DJ 

DK 

DL 

DM 

DN 

DO 



DP 



DQ 



DR 

DS 
DT 

DU 

DV 
DW 
DX 

DY 
DZ 

EA 

EB 

EC 



ED 

EP 
EG 
EH 
EJ 
i EK 



Attention, or. Demand. 

— Attend to signals. 

— Attention is called to page — , paragraph 
— , of the International Code. 
N. B.—Tlie page to be signaled first and 
then the paragraph. This signal should 
be employed only between vessels using 
the United States edition, as otlierwise 
the pages referred to tcill not correspond. 

— CaZZs the attention of the first (or, nearest) 
ship on the bearing (from the person 
signaling) pointed out by compass 
signal. 

— Calls the attention of the second ship, etc. 

— Calls the attention of the third ship, etc. 

— Calls the attention of the fourth ship, etc. 

— Calls the attention of the fifth ship, etc. 

— Calls the attention of the sixth ship, etc. 

—Calls the attention of the shore signal sta- 
tion on the bearing (from the person 
signaling) pointed out by compass sig- 
nal. 

— Calls the attention of the vessel coming 
into the anchorage on the bearing (prom 
the person signaling) pointed out by 
compass signal. 

— Calls the attention of vessel leaving the 
anchorage on the bearing (from the per- 
son signaling) pointed out by compass 
signal. 

— Calls the attention of the vessel whose dis- 
tinguishing signal follows. 

— Look out. Pay attention. 

— Pay strict attention to signals during the 
night. 

— Repeat ship's name ; your flags were not 
made out. 

— Show your distinguishing signal. 

— Show your ensign. 

— Vessels just arrived, show your distin- 
guishing signals. 

— Vessels just arrived, show your ensigns. 

— Vessels just weighed (or, leaving), make 
your distinguishing signals. 

— Vessels that vnsh to be reported make 
your distinguishing signals. 

— Vessels wishing to be reported on leaving, 
make your distinguishing signals. 

— What ship is that (bearing to be indicated, 
if necessary)i. 

Bearings. 

Note. — Unless otherwise indicated, bear- 
ings in points and ipoints are to be 
iinderstood as Compass bearings, i. e., 
bearings as shoivn by the Compass and 
uncorrected for either local attraction or 
variation. But bearings when given in 
degrees are to be considered as Magnetic 
bearings, i. e.. Compass bearings cor- 
rected for local attraction due to the ves- 
sel (deviation). Both are to be reckoned 
from the vessel signaling the bearing. 

-At — • (time indicated), — (place indicated), 

bore — , distant — miles. 
-Best berth (or, anchorage) bears from me — . 
-Entrance bears — . i 

-How did the land bear when last seen V ! 
-How does the entrance bear ? | 

-Place indicated bears — . 



II 



EL 
EM 
EN 
EO 



EP 

EQ 

ER 

ES 

ET 

EU 

EV 

EW 

EX 

EY 

EZ 

FA 

FB 

FC 



FD 

FE 

FG 

FH 

FI 

FJ 

FK 

FL 



FM 

FN 

FO 
FP 
FQ 
FR 

?S 

FT 
FU 
FV 

FW 

FX 

FY 

FZ 
GA 
GB 

GC 
GD 
GE 
GF 

GH 

GI 



Bearings— CoTi^mwed. 

— There are moorings on — (bearing indi- 
cated). 

— There is a strange sail on — • (bearing indi- 
cated). 

— There is a telegraph cable on — (bearing 
indicated). 

— What are the bearing and distance of — 
(ship or place indicated)'!. 

Boats. 

— Bank is encumbered by fishing boats. 

— Bar is impassible for boats on the ebb tide. 

— Boat, or Lifeboat, can not come. 

— Boat in distress (bearingr, if necessary). 

— Boat is coming to your assistance. 

— Boat is going to you. 

— Boat is on board {or, alongside). 

— Can boats land ? Can landing be effected? 

— Can not send a boat. 

— Do not attempt to land in your own boats. 

— Do you want a lifeboat ? 

— ^Have no lifeboat. No lifeboat here. 

— Have you seen (or, heard) anything of my 

(or, the) boat 1 
— I shotild like to know the nature of the 
sickness, if any, before I send my boat 
(or, communicate). 
— Let your boats keep to windward until 
they are picked up. 

Lifeboat is going to you. 

No boat available. 
— Send a boat (number, if necessary). 

Send boats suitable for landing passengers. 

Send lifeboat to save crew. 

— Vessel indicated, wants boats. 

— We have sent for a lifeboat. 

Caution, or, Danger. 

— Allow no communication. Allow no per- 
son on board. 

— Appearances are threatening ; be on your 
guard. 

— ^Are you in danger ? 

— Bad weather is expected. 

—Bar, or Entrance, is dangerous. 

— Bar is impassible. 

— Be very careful in your intercourse with 
strangers. 

— Caution is requisite ; take care. 

— Channel, or Fairway, is dangerous. 

— Dangerous to (or, Do not) come into less 
than — feet of water. 

— Do not attempt to make the harbor (or, 
anchorage). 

— Do not 1 isk an anchorage unless you have 
very good ground tackle 

—Do not trust to the weather ; it has not 
done yet. 

— Heavy weather coming; look sharp. 

— Is there any danger— in — (of, or, from)? 

— It IS dangerous to allow too many people 
on board at once. 

— It is dangerous to lose the wind. 

— Prepare for a hurricane. 

— Reef, or Shoal, stretches a long way out. 
Shoal water, or Danger, in direction indi- 
cated. 

— Stranger (or vessel on bearing indicated) is 
suspicious. 
The attempt is dangerous. 



38 



URGENT AND IMPORTANT SIGNALS. 



Part I. 



CAUTION— DAMAGE. 



GJ 
GK 
GL 

GM 
ON 



GO 



GP 
GQ 
GR 

GS 

GT 
GU 



GV 



GW 

GX 
GY 
GZ 
HA 
HB 
HC 
HD 
HE 

HP 



HG 

HI 
HJ 
HK 
HL 

HM 

HN 



HO 
HP 
HQ 
HR 

HS 



HT 



Caution — Continued, 

— Thick fog coming on. 

— Wait until the weather moderates. 

—We are in danger of parting. 

—You are all clear of danger. 

— You are in a dangerous {or, unsafe) posi- 
tion. Your position is dangerous. 
You are standing into danger JD 

—You are within gunshot, or. You are with- 
in reach of guns (or, of batteries). 



Cheonometer. 

— My chronometer gains daily — . 

— My chronometer has run down. 

—My chronometer is fast on Greenwich (or, 
first meridian) mean time. 

— My chronometer is slow on Greenwich 
{or, first meridian) mean time. 

— My chronometer loses daily — . 

— Will you give me a comparison? Wish to 
get a rate for my chronometer. 
Note. — The vessel showing the mean time 
will hoist the signal indicating the hour, 
and dip it sharply shortly after it has 
been answered, the minutes and seconds 
' at the instant of dipping will immedi- 
ately follow. To insure accuracy, a 
second comparison should be made. 

— Would like to have another comparison. 



Coal. 

— Are you (or, Is — , vessel indicated) in want 

of coal ? 
Can coal be had ^at — ? 
— Can you spare me coal ? 
—Coal — a ton at — . 
— Coal can be got at — {or, from — ). 
— In want of coal (amount to follow). 
— Indicate nearest place I can get coal. 
—No coal to be got at — . 
— Owners desire me to inform you to coal 

at — . 
— What quantity of coal have you left ? 



Collision. 

— Has the vessel with which you have been 
in collision proceeded on her voyage ? 

— Have you been in collision ? 

— I have been in collision with — . 

— I have sunk (or, run down) a vessel. 

—My ship has lost her headway ; you may 
feel your way past me. 

— Vessel seriously damaged ; wish to trans- 
fer passengers. 

— With what vessel have you been in colli- 
sion? 

Combustibles. 

— Have you any combustibles on board? 

— I am loaded with combustibles. 

— I have no combustibles on board, 

— No combustibles (or, explosives) near the 

fire. 
— Vessels with combustibles not allowed in 

Communicate. Communication. 
— Ask stranger (or vessel indicated) if he 
will communicate. 



HU 



HV 
HW 

HX 

HY 

HZ 

lA 

IB 

IC 

ID 
IE 

IF 
IG 

IH 

IJ 

IK 

IL 
IM 



IN 

10 

IP 
IQ 
IR 

IS 

IT 

lU 
IV 
IW 
IX 

lY 

IZ 

JA 

JB 

JC 



Communicate — Continued. . 

—Can yoii forward my communication by 

telegraph V 

Come nearer, Stop, or. Heave-to; I have 

something important to communicate. 

Code Flag over h 

— Do not have any communication with — . 

Do you (or. Does — , vessel indicated) call 

anywhere (or, at — )? 

FoUovring communication is confidential 

(or, private). 
■Forward my communication by telegraph, 
and pay for its transmission. 

— Have no communication with the shore 
(or vessel indicated). 
Have received the following communica- 
tion (or, instructions) from your ovraer 
(or, agents). 

— Have you any message (telegram, orders, 
or, communication) for me? 

— Have you had any communication with 
infected vessels (or, places) ? 

— Heave-to, or I vvrill fire into you. 

— I am going to signal the contents of an 
important telegram, to be communi- 
cated to you. 

— I can not stop to have (or, receive) any 
communication. 

— I have had no communication with — 
(place or vessel indicated). 

— Important to communicate by (or, vyith) — . 

— Unless your communication is very im- 
portant, I must be excused. 

— Will you forward (or, communicate) the 
following signal for me ? 

. — Will you leave a message for me ? 

1 — Will you telegraph to — (ship or person 

I named) the intelligence I am about to 
communicate ? 

Company. 

— Let us keep together (or, in Company) for 

mutual support (or, protection). 
— Parted company with — on the — (or, 

at—). 
— Shall we keep company ? 
— What company do you belong to ? 
— When did you part company from — ? 

Convoy. 

— Convoy to disperse and make for destina- 
tion. 

— Convoy to disperse and reassemble at 
rendezvous (or place indicated). 

— Connoy to keep ahead of escort. 

— Convoy to keep as close as possible. 

—Convoy to keep astern of leader (or, escort). 

— Convoy to keep on port side of leader (or, 
escort). 

— Convoy to keep on starboard side of leader 
(or, escort). 

— Convoy to spread as far as possible, keep- 
ing within signal distance. 

— Do not go through (or, near) — (place indi- 
cated) vnthout a convoy. 

— Rendezvous at — (pori indicated or on 
bearing indicated) from — (place indi- 
cated) distant — miles. 

— Rendezvous in latitude — , and longi- 
tude — . 

Damage. (See Accident. ) 



Part I. 



URGENT AND IMPORTANT SIGNALS. 



39 



DAJIGEE— DISTRESS. 



JD 

JE 

JF 

JG 
JH 



Jl 

JK 

JL 

JM 

JN 
JO 
JP 
JQ 



JR 
JS 
JT 

JU 

JV 

JW 

JX 

JY 



JZ 

KA 

KB 
KG 
KD 
KB 

KF 
KG 

KH 



KI 

KJ 

KL 

KM 

EN 

KO 

KP 

KQ 

KR 

KS 

KT 

KCJ 

KV 

KW 

KX 



Danger. (See also Caution. ) 
— You are standing into clanger. 

Derelict. 
Beware of derelict ; dangerous to naviga- 
tion. 
■Derelict reported off — (or, in the vicinity 

of-). 
•Have you seen derelict ? 
— Saw derelict in latitude — and longitude 
— on the — . 



Despatch. Despatches. 

— Any letters (or, papers) from — ? 

— ^Despatch is necessary. 

— Go for despatches. 

— Had any letters (or, despatches) arrived 

at—? 
— Have (or vessel indicated has) despatches 

for — . 
— Have (or vessel indicated has) despatches 

from — . 
— ^Have letters (mails, or, despatches) for 

you {or vessel or person indicated). 
— Have you letter (mails, or, despatches) for 

me {or for vessel, person, or place indi- 
cate!) ? 
— ^I am the bearer of important despatches. 
— I have Government despatches {or, — ). 
— I shall make for the anchorage {or, — ) 

with all despatch. 
— Refer to my despatches {or letters). 
— Refer to your despatches {or, letters). 
— Send for despatches {or, letters). 
— Telegraphic despatches arrived from — . 
— Will you take despatches {or, letters) 1 

Directions fob Saving Crew. (See also 

Abandon. ) 
— ^Boat should endeavor to land where flag 

is waved {or, light is shown). 
— Endeavor to send a line by boat (cask, kite, 

raft, etc.). 
— ^Is the line fast ? 
— Keep a light burning. 
—Landing is impossible. 
— Lights, or Fires, will be kept at the best 

place for coming on shore. 
— Look out for rocket-line {or, line). 
— Loot-out will be kept on the beach all 

night. 
— Remain by the ship. 

Directions to a Vessel at Anchor. 

— Beach your vessel at all risks. 

— Cut away your masts. 

— Get steam up as fast as possible. 

— Get steam up ; report when ready. 

— Get under way as fast as you can. 

— Hoist the blue-peter. 

— Hold on until high water. 

— Keep steam ready {or, up). 

— Let go another anchor. 

— Ride it out if possible. 

—Shift your berth. Your berth is not safe. 

— Veer more cable. 

— Weigh and proceed as ordered. 

—Weigh, Cut, or, Slip. Wait for nothing. 

Get an offing. 
— You will be aground at low water. 



KY 
KZ 
LA 
LB 
LC 
LD 
LE 
LF 

L6 

LH 

LI 

LJ 

LK 

LM 

LN 

LO 

LP 

LQ 

LR 

LS 

LT 

LU 

LV 

LW 

LX 

LY 

LZ 

MA 

MB 

MC 

MD 

ME 

MF 
MG 

MH 

MI 

MJ 

MK 

ML 

MN 
MO 
MP 



MQ 
MR 

MS 
MT 

MU 

MV 
MW 
MX 
MY 

MZ 



Directions to a Vessel under way. 
Anchor as convenient. 

— Anchor Instantly. 
Bar is not dangerous. 

— Bear up instantly. 

— Buoy, or Mark, is not in its proper position. 

— Channel dangerous without a pilot. 

— Do not anchor on any account. 

—Get her on the other tack {or, Get her head 
round) or you will be on shore. 

— Go ahead. 

— Go ahead easy. Easy ahead. 

— Go ahead full speed. 

— Go astern. 

— Go astern easy. Easy astern. 

—Go astern full speed. 

— Haul your wind on the port tack. 

— Haul your wind on the starboard tack. 

— Heave all aback. Go astern. 

— Heave to ; head off shore. 

— Heave to until — . 

—It is not safe to go so fast. 

— Keep, or. Stand closer in, or. Keep under 
the land. 

— Keep in the center of the channel. 

— Keep on the port side of channel. 

— Keep on the starboard side of the channel. 

— Keep the vessel under command. 

— Keep to windward. 

—Leave the buoy {or, beacon) to port. 

— Leave the buoy (or, beacon) to starboard. 

— Not room to wear. 

— Open. Get farther away. 

—Put your helm hard-a-port ; ship's head to 
go to starboard. 

— Put your helm hard-a-starboard ; ship's 
head to go to port. 

— Reduce speed. Ease her. 

—Standoff. Get an offing. Put to sea at once. 

— Stand on. 

— Steady your helm. 

— Steer more to port. ( To be kept flying until 
course is sufficiently altered). 

— Steer more to starboard. {To be kept fly- 
ing until course is sufficiently altered. ) 

— Stop her. 

—Stop instantly. 

— Tack instantly. 

— Wear instantly. 

Disabled Steamer. (See afeo Accident.) 

— Engines completely disabled. 

— Have broken main shaft. 

— Have lost screw, or. Screw disabled. 

— Have passed steamer with machinery dis- 
abled. 

— Have passed steamer with steering gear 
disabled. 

— Have you seen disabled steamer ? 

— One screw disabled ; can work the other. 

— Passed disabled steamer at — . 

— Ship disabled ; will you tow me ? (Into — 
port indicated, if necessary. ) 

— Steering gear disabled. 

Distress. 
In Distress; Want Immediate Assist- 
ance NC 

Note. — See Distress Signals, page 7. 
A vessel {or vessel indicated) ashore near — 
{or, on — ) CH 



40 



URGENT AND IMPORTANT SIGNALS. 



Part I. 



DISTRESS— ICE. 



NA 



NB 

NC 

ND 

NE 

NF 
NG 
NH 
NI 



NJ 

NK 

NL 

NM 
NO 

NP 
NQ 

NR 

NS 

NT 
NU 



NV 
NW 

NX 
NY 



NZ 
OA 
OB 

OC 



OD 

OE 
OF 

OG 

OH 



Distress — Continued. 
— Aground ; want immediate assistance. 
Am aground ; likely to break'up ; require 

immediate assistance - ca 

Am drifting; ; want assistance cm 

Boat is capsized {bedring, if necessary) -xv 
Boat in distress (fieoriMgr, if necessary).. m, 
— Can not save the ship; take people off. 

Can not stop the leak qh 

— In distress; want immediate assistance. 

(See Distress Signals, page 7. ) 
— Did you see a vessel in distress? 
— Do you think we ought to pass a vessel in 

this distressed condition 1 
— Dying for want of water. 
— Fire gains rapidly ; take people off. 
— Fire, or, Leak ; want immediate assistance. 
— Have lost all boats ; can you take off crew '? 
Have you seen or heard of a vessel wrecked 

or in distress zu 

— I am attacked ; want assistance. Help, I 

am attacked. 
— I am dragging ; I can veer no more cable ; 

no more anchors to let go. 
— I am in danger (or, shoal water); direct 

me how to steer. 
— I am on fire. 

— I am sinking (or, on fire) ; send all avail- 
able boats to save passengers and crew. 
— I am unmanageable. 
— I have sprung a leak. 

I must abandon the vessel ag 

— I want assistance ; please remain by me. 
I will not abandon you ; I will remain by 

you (or vessel indicated) ai 

— In distress ; want assistance. 
In distress ; want immediate assistance.NC 
Note. — i>'ee Distress Signals, page 7. 
— Is not vessel (bearing, if necessary) in dis- 
tress ? 
— Leak is gaining rapidly. 
Light-house, or. Light-ship at — wants 

immediate assistance cw 

Rudder disabled. Will you assistnae? (into 

— ■ port indicated, if necessary) da 

' Ship disabled. Will you tow me ? (into — 

port indicated, if necessary) my 

— Short of provisions. Starving. 
— Vessel indicated in distress ; wants imme- 
diate assistance. 
— Vessel indicated appears in distress. 
— With immediate assistance fire can be ex- 
tinguished. 

Draft of Water. 

— Drawing too much water. 

— I draw — feet aft and — feet forward. 

What draft of water in feet could you 
lighten to 1 

What is your draft of water ? 

Enemy. 

— ^Enemy is closing with you, or, Vqu are 

closing the enemy. 
— Enemy is in sight. 
— Enemy's cruisers have been seen to the — , 

steering to the — . 
— Enemy's fleet has been seen to the — , 

steering to the — . 
— Enemy's torpedo boats have been seen to 

the — , steering to the — . 



OI 
OJ 



OK 
OL 



OM 
ON 
OP 
OQ 

OR 



OS 



OT 
OU 



OV 
OW 
OX 

OY 
OZ 

PA 
PB 

PC 
PD 

PE 



PF 

PG 

PH 

PI 

PJ 

PK 



Enemy — Continued. 

— Have been chased by the enemy. 

— Keep a good lookout, as it is reported that 
enemy's war vessels are going about dis- 
guised as merchantmen. 

— Saw the enemy's fleet off — . 

— Vessel in sight is an enemy. 

Engines. 

Ease her. Reduce speed mf 

Go ahead lg 

Go ahead easy. Easy ahead lh 

Go ahead full speed li 

Go astern -U 

1 Go astern easy. Easy astern lk 

Go astern full speed lm 

Stop her ml 

Stop instantly mn 

Fire. 

— Are you on fire ? 

— Fire can easily be got at. 

— Fire difficult to get at. 

— Fire gaining. 

Fire gains rapidly; take people off ng 

— Fire in hold amongst the cargo. 

Fire, or Leak; want immediate assist- 
ance NH 

Heave to or I will fire into you id 

I am on fire nm 

I am sinking (or, on fire) ; send all available 
boats to save passengers and crew. . .no 
— Is fire extinguished ? 
No combustibles (or, explosives) near the 

fire HK 

— Vessel indicated is on fire. 
— Where is the fire V 
With immediate assistance fire can be 
extinguished ny 

Harbor, or. Anchorage. 
• Best anchorage (or, berth) bears from 

me — EF 

— Best berth (or, anchorage) is in — fathoms. 

— Channel, or Fairway, is buoyed. 

— Harbor, or Anchorage, is good enough 

with winds from — . 
—Harbor, or Anchorage, is indifferent. 
—Harbor, or Anchorage, is safe vpith all 

winds. 
— How does the harbor (or, anchorage) bear? 
— Is the anchorage (or, my anchorage) safe 

with all winds (or, winds from — )? 
— Is the channel buoyed ? 
—Permission is urgently requested to enter 

harbor. 
— Unsafe anchorage. 

Ice. 

— Have encountered ice between 30° and 35° 

of longitude on the — * 
—Have encountered ice between 35° and 40° 

of longitude on the — * 
—Have encountered ice between 40' and 45° 

of longitude on the — * 
—Have encountered ice between 45° and 50° 

of longitude on the — * 
—Have encountered ice between 50° and 55°. 

of longitude on the — * 
—Have encountered ice between 55° and 60° 

of longitude on the — * 



*Date to be Indicated If necessary. 



Part I. 



URGENT AND IMPORTANT SIGNALS. 



41 



ICE— NEWS AND NEWSPAPERS. 



-PL 
PM 
PN 
PO 
PQ 
PR 



PS 



PT 



PU 
PV 
PW 



PX 
PY 
PZ 
QA 
QB 
QC 

QD 

QE 



QF 



QH 

QI 



QJ 



QK 

QL 



QN 

QO 
QP 
QR 
QS 



Ice — Cmitinued. 

— Have encountered ice between 60° and 65° 
of longitude on the — * 

— Have encountered ice between 65° and 70° 
- of longitude on the — * 

— Have encountered ice between 70° and 75° 
of longitude on the — * 

— Have encountered ice between 75° and 80° 
of longitude on the — * 

— Have passed ice in latitude — and longi- 
tude — on the — * 

— Have you fallen in with ice? (State 
whether berg or field ) 

— What latitude and longitude did you {or, 
they) have ice in ? 

Want a Pilot. 
Note. — See Pilot Signals, page 8. 

Land, Landmarks, and Lights. 

— All the lights are out along the coast of — . 

— At — {tivie indicated) light bore — . 

— Can you give me a leading mark (or, di- 
rection) for making the land hereabouts 
(or at place indicated) ? 

— Do not bring the light to the — (hearing 
indicated) of — (bearing indicated). 

— Do you, or. Did you get a good look at the 
land to know exactly where we are 'I 

— Had we not better run in and make the 
land? 

— I shall keep hold of the land (or, light), or, 
I shall keep the land ( or, light) bearing — . 

— Indicate the bearing of light (lighthouse, 
or, lightship). 

—Keep the light between — (bearing indi- 
cated) and — (bearing indicated). 

— Light is not to be depended on. 

— The lightship at — is not at anchor on her 
station, or. Lightship at — is out of 
position. 

—What bearing shall I keep the light (or, 
landmark) on? 

Latitude and Longitude. (Seepage 56). 

Leak. 

— Can you stop the leak ? 

— Can not stop the leak. 

— Do you consider leak dangerous ? 

Fire, or Leak; want immediate assist- 
ance NH 

—Have you sprung a leak 1 Are you (or. Is 
— , vessel indicated) leaking? 
I am sinking (or, on fire) ; send all avail- 
able boats to save the passengers and 

crew ^^ 

I have sprung a leak nq 

Leak is gaining rapidly nu 

— Leak is stopped. 

—Vessel indicated has sprung a leak. 

feet water in the hold. 

Letters, or. Mails. (See also Despatches). 
—Has the mail arrived— (from — , if neces- 
sary) 1 
— Has the mail sailed— (for — i/ necessary/)? 

—I will take mails for you. 
—Send your letters. 

_Tell — (person indicated) not to forward 
any more letters for me. 



QT 
QU 



QV 
QW 

QX 



QZ 
RA 
RB 
RC 



RD 
RE 
RF 
RG 
RH 

RI 
RJ 
RK 

RL 



RM 
RN 
RO 
RP 

RQ 

RS 
RT 

RU 
RV 
RW 

RX 

RY 

RZ 



SA 
SB 



Lett ERS — Continued. 
When does the mail leave ? 
Will you forward my letters to — ? 

Lifeboat. 

Boat, or Lifeboat, can not come er 

Do you want a lifeboat ez 

Have nolifeboat. No lifeboat here fa 

Lifeboat is going to you pe 

Send lifeboat to save crew fj 

W% have sent for a lifeboat fl 

Lights. 

— Do not show a light on any account. 

— I will show a light to-night when I alter 

course. 
— I will show a light to-night when I tack. 
— Keep a light at your bowsprit end. 

Lights. (Masthead and Side. ) 
Your lights are out (or, want trimming). 

Made by - ■ - flashes or 

blasts of a steam whistle. (Seepage 548). 

Lighters. 

— Lighter coming off. 
— Lighter is adrift. 
— There are no lighters available. 
—Will you send ofE lighters as fast as possi- 
ble? 

Machinery. Boilers and Engineers. 

(See also Accident. ) 
— Anything wrong with the engines ? 
— Boiler can not be repaired. 

Boiler leaking seriously. 
—Boiler tubes leaking (or- leaky). 
— Can you supply me with anyone to take 

charge (or., act) as engineer ? 
— Hot bearings. 
Machinery out of order. 
I am going to stop; machinery requires 
adjusting. 

— The damage to the machinery is not seri- 
ous, and is such as can be repaired by 
the vessel's own engineers. 

Navigation. 

— Did you get good observations ? 

— Have you a Book of Navigation Tables ? 

— Have you a Book of Sailing Directions ? 

— Have you a chart of coast (or place indi- 
cated) 1 

— Have you a Nautical Almanac for the cur- 
rent year (or year indicated) ? 

— May I depend on your time ? 

— No recent observations. I did not get an 
observation. 

— Reckoning not to be depended on. 

— What is my position by bearings 1 

—What is the name of lighthouse (light- 
ship, or, point) in sight ? 

— When did you ^ee the land ? 

— When were your last observations for 
time ? 

—Where am I? What is my present posi- 
tion ? ' 

News and Newspapers. 
— Are there any men-of-war about ? 
j— Can you lend (or, give) me a newspaper? 

I 



* Date to be indicated if necessary. 



42 



URGENT AND IMPORTANT SIGNALS. 



Part I. 



NEWS AND NEWSPAPERS— SIGNALS. 



SO 

SD 

SE 

SF 

SG 

SH 

SI 

SJ 

SK 

SL 



SM 
SN 

SO 
SP 

SQ 

SR 

ST 
SU 
SV 

sw 



sx 

GT 

SZ 

ta 

TB 
TO 
TD 
TE 
TF 
TG 
TH 



TI 
TJ 
TK 



TL 



TM 



TN 
TO 



TP 
TQ 



News and Newspapers — Continued. 

— Newspapers up to -^ {date indicated; state 

where from, if necessary). 
— No news of — . 

—What is the date of latest news from — ? 
— What is the news from — '! 
— When did you sail ? 
— Where are you bound 1 
— Where are you from ? 
— Where is the admiral (or, senior of&cer) ? 
— Where is the — fleet (or, squadron)? 
— Would you like to see our newspapers 1 



Orders : 

— Have orders (or, telegram) for you. 

— Have orders for you not to touch {or, call) 
at — . 

— Have orders to telegraph your passing. 

— Have received orders for you not to pro- 
ceed without further instructions. 

— Have received orders for you to await in- 
structions from owners at — . 

— Have received orders for you to discharge 
cargo at — . 

— Have telegraphed for your orders. 

— Have you received any orders from — 1 

— I will telegraph for your orders if you will 
await reply. 

^I wish to obtain orders from my owner, 
Mr. — at — . 
N. B. — This signal is to be followed by — 

1. Vessel's distinguishing signal, if not 

already made. 

2. Owner's name by Spelling. 

3. Owner's address by Spelling, if not 

in the Geographical Table. 

—Keep oflf and on and await instructions. 

— Owners desire me to inform you to dis- 
charge cargo first at — {place indicated). 

— Proceed in execution of previous orders. 

— Proceed to — (port indicated). 

— Shall I telegraph for your orders ? 

— Telegraph instructions — to — . 

— There are no orders for you here. 

— Wait for Orders. 

— You are ordered to proceed to — . 

— Your orders are at — (or. will be at — ). 

— Your original orders are cancelled ; I am 
directed to inform you to proceed to — . 

Pilot. 

—Dangerous without a pilot. 

— Have you seen a pilot vessel {or, boat) ? 

— Pilot boat most likely — (on bearing indi- 
. cated) (or, offl — ). 

Want a pilot pt 

N. B.—See Pilot Signals, page 8. 

— Where can I get (or, look for) a pilot ? 

Port. 

— Wish to enter port or dock. 

Provisions. 

— Are you in want of provisions ? 

— I have only — days' provisions. 

Quarantine and Pr.^tique. 
Am, or. Is in quarantine. {Number of days 
to he indicated, if necessary. ) 
— Clean bill of health — from — . 



TR 

TS 
TU 
TV 
TW 



TX 
TY 
TZ 
UA 



UB 
UO 

UD 

UE 

UF 

UG 
UH 

UI 

UJ 

UK 

UL 
UM 
UN 



UO 
UP 
UQ 
UR 

US 
UT 

uv 
uw 
ux 



UY 
UZ 
VA 
VB 
VC 
VD 



VE 
VF 

VG 

VH 

VI 

VJ 

VK 
VL 



Quarantine and Pratique — Continued. 
—Do you come from any port putting yoa 

in quarantine ? 
— Have (or vessel indicated has) pratique. 
— Have you a clean bill of health 2 
— Hoist a quarantine flag. 
— You have pratique. 



Reply. 

— Wait for answer (or, reply). 

— What was the answer (or, reply)? 

— Will await answer (or, reply). 

— Will you await answer (or, reply) ? 

Report. 

— Do you wish to be reported ? 

— Report me by post to my owners (or, to 

Mr. — ) at — . 
—Report me by telegraph to Lloyd's. 
— Report me by telegraph to owners {or. to 

Mr. — ) at — . . 
— Report me by telegraph to "Shipping 

Gazette." 
— Report me to Lloyd's. 
— Report me (or, my communication) to 

Lloyd's agent at — . 
— Report me to ' ' New York Herald " Office, 

London. 
— Report me to "New York Herald" Office, 

New York. 
— Report me to "New York Herald" Office, 

Paris. 
— Report me to the Borsenhalle at Hamburg. 
— Report me to — . 
— Report (the vessel indicated) all well, in 

latitude — and longitude — (indicated) , 

on the — (date indicated). 

Sea. 

— Calm sea. 

— Considerable sea. 

— Heavy sea. Much sea. 

— Much swell on. 

— Not much sea. 

— Rollers. Rollers setting in. 

— Too much sea. • 

— Very heavy sea. 

— What is the sea like ? 

Sick. Sickness. 

— Any sickness at — ? 

— Can I land my sick ? 

— Is the sickness contagious ? 

— Sickness is contagious. 

— Sickness is not contagious. 

—What is the sickness ? 

Signals. 

—Annul the last hoist; I will repeat it. 

— Annul the whole signal. 

—What is the name of ship (or, signal sta- 
tion) in sight ? 

—I am going to repeat signal from— (hoist 
indicated. ) 

—Repeat your signal, or Repeat your signal 
from — (hoist indicated. ) 

—I wish to signal; will you come within 
easy signal distance ? 

— Signal IS answered. 

—What is the date of your signal book ? 



Part I. 



URGENT AND IMPORTANT SIGNALS. 



43 



SIGNALS— TOWING AND TUGS. 



VM 
VN 

vo 



VP 
VQ 
VR 

vs 

VT 
VU 



VW 
VX 



VY 

VZ 

WA 

WB 

WC 



WD 
WE 



WF 
WG 

WH 

WI 

WJ 



WK 
WL 

WM 
WN 
WO 

WP 



WQ 
WR 

ws 

WT 

wu 
wv 

wx 

WY 



Siais A.LS— Continued. 

— Can not distinguish your flags; come 

nearer, or, make distant signals. 
—Will you repeat the signals being made to 

me? 
—You may work the semaphore. 

Soundings. 
N.B. — Depth of water is always to be 

shown in feet. 
—I am in — feet of water. 
—What is the depth of water on the bar ? 
—What is the least depth of water we shall 

have {or, ought to have)? 
— What soundings have you got ? 
— You will have water enough over the bar 

{depth in: feet to follow). 
-r-You will not have less than — feet of 

water. 

Spaes. 

—Can you rig a jury mast? 

— Have you any spars that will do for — ? 

Steam. {See also KL and KM.) 

— How long will you be getting up steam ? 

—Is steam up ? Are you at full speed ? 

— Shall I get up steam ? 

— Steam is not ready ; will be up in — . 

— Steam is ready. 

Steam Whistle, or. Siren. 

—Blow steam whistle {or, siren) at inter 

vals. 
— Will signal with steam whistle {or, siren) 

during fog {or, darkness). 

Steer. {See also Directions to a Vessel 

UNDER WAY. ) 

— Alter course to — {point indicated) . 

— My helm is hard-a-port ; ship's head going 

to starboard. 
— My helm is hard-a-starboard ; ship's head 

going to port. 
— Port your helm. Ship's head to go to 

starboard. 
— Starboard your helm. Ship's head to go 

to port. 

Surgeon, or. Doctor. 

— Have you a surgeon ? 

— May I send a sick person to see your sur- 
geon? 

— No surgeon available. 

— Surgeon will come immediately. 

— Want a surgeon ; send me one from the 
nearest place. 

— -Will your surgeon come on board ? 

Telegraph and Messages. 

—Answer by telegraph. 

—Can telegram be forwarded from — ? 

—Communication by telegraph is stopped. 

—Forward reply to my message by tele- 
graph to — . 

— I have picked up telegraph cable. 

— In anchoring look out for telegraph cable. 

— Open telegram for me and signal its con- 
tents. 

— Send following message by post to owners 
{or, to Mr. — ) at — . 



WZ 

XA 
XB 
XC 
XD 

XE 



XF 

XG 

XH 

XI 

XJ 

XK 



XL 

XM 

XN 



XO 
XP 

XQ 

XR 

XS 

XT 



xu 

XV 

xw 

XY 
XZ 



Telegraph and Messages — Continued. 
— Send following message by post to owners 

{or, to Mr. — ) at — by signal letters 

instead of at length in writing. 
— Send following message by telegraph to 

owners {or, to Mr. — -) at — . 
— Send my message through the telegraph 

by signal letters. 
— Shall I open your telegram and signal its 

contents ? 
— Telegraph following message to — {ship 

or person named) at — . 



Tide. 

— Asks precise time of high water and min- 
imum depth at that time. 
Note. — Reply will be — 
1. By time signal. 

3. A numeral signal indicating number 
of feet. 

— How is the tide ? What tide have we now ? 

^Keep out of the tide, or. current. 

— What is the rise and fall of the tide ? 

—When will the tide ebb ? 

— When will the tide flow ? 

— When will the tide turn ? 



Time. 

— My Greenwich {or, first meridian) mean 
time is — .* 

^When will be the best time for crossing 
the bar? 

— Will you show me your Greenwich {or, 
first meridian) time?* 
*In signaling longitude, or time, vessels 
should always reckon from the merid- 
ian of Qreenwich, except French ves- 
sels, which will use the meridian of 
Paris, and Spanish vessels, which will 
use the meridian of Cadiz. If any 
doubt is entertained, the vessel to 
which the signal is made should hoist 
NBL (What is your first meridian?) 
Note. — The vessel showing the mean 
time will hoist the signal denoting the 
hour {see page 58) and dip it sharply 
shortly after it has been answered; 
fhe minutes and seconds at the instant 
of dipping will immediately follow. 
To assure accuracy, a second compari- 
son should be made. 

Torpedoes and Mines. 

— Beware of torpedo boats. 

— Beware of torpedoes; channel {or, fair- 
way) is mined. 

— Channel, or Fairway, is not mined. 

— Have you seen torpedo boat {or, boats)? 

— Is there danger of mines {or, torpedo 
boats)? 

— Saw torpedo boat {or, boats) {number, if 
necessary) at — {or, near — ). 

Towing and Tugs. 
— Can you take me in tow? 
— Can not take you in tow. 
—I wish to be taken in tow. 
— Shall I take you in tow? 
— There are no tugs available. 



u 



URGENT AND IMPORTANT SIGNALS. 



Part I. 



•TOWING AND TUGS— WRECK. 



YA 



YB 
YC 
YD 

YE 
YF 
YG 

YH 

YI 
YJ 



YK 

YL 
YM 



YN 
YO 
YP 

YQ 
YR 



YS 
YT 
YU 

YV 
YW 
YX 



YZ 
ZA 



Towing and Tvas—Continited. 

— Tug is going to you. 

Want a tug ._ YP 

Note. — For Signals between ships toiv- 
ing and being towed, see page 35. 

Want. 

— Want a cable (size to follow). 

— Want an anchor. 

— Want an anchor and cable. 

— Want assistance. 

— Want assistance ; mutiny. 

— Want a boat immediately {if more than 

one, number to follow). 
— Want a chart of channel {or, harbor, 

etc. ) . 
— Want coal immediately. 
— Want hands. 

Want immediate assistance NC 

(See Distress Signals, page 7. ) 
— Want immediate instructions. 
— Want immediate medical assistance. 
— Want a lighter immediately. (If more 

than one, number to follow. ) 

Want a pilot -.- _ pt 

(See Pilot Signals, page 8. ) 

— Want police. 

— Want provisions immediately. 

— Want a tug (if more than one, number 

to follow). 
— Want warp run out. 
— Want water immediately. 

War and Peace. 
— Armistice has been arranged. 
— Is peace proclaimed? 
— Is war declared?- or. Has war com- 
menced? 
— Peace is proclaimed. 
— War between — and — . 
— War is declared (or, has commenced). 

Water. (See also Soundings. ) 
— Are you in want of water? 
—I have only — days' water. 
Want water immediately yr 



ZB 
ZC 
ZD 
ZE 
ZF 
ZG 

ZH 
ZI 
ZJ 
ZK 

ZL 



ZM 

ZN 
ZO 

ZP 

ZQ 
ZR 

zs 

ZT 



ZU 
ZV 

zw 
zx 

ZY 



Weather. 

— Bad weather. 

— Foggy weather. 

—Gale is expected from — . 

— I do not like the look of the weather. 

— Moderate weather. 

— No weather report (forecast). 

Prepare for a hurricane gd 

—Squally weather ; blowing hard. 
—Stormy (boisterous) weather from the — . 
— Thick weather. 
— What is the meteorological forecast for 

to-day? 
— What is the meteol-ological forecast for 

to-morrow? . 



Weighing. 

— Are you (or. Is- — , vessel indicated) 
aweigh? 

— I am aweigh. 

— I shall weigh as soon as weather per- 
mits (or. moderates). 

— I shall weigh immediately (or at time 
indicated). 

— Prepare to weigh. 

— Ready for weighing (or, to weigh). 

— Weigh immediately (or, ,at time indi- 
cated). 

— When do you propose sailing? 

Wreck. 

— Have you seen or heard of a vessel 

wrecked or in distress? 
— Passed a wreck (date, latitude, and 

longitude to follow, if necessary), 

but could not render any as.sistance; 

people still on board. 
— Passed a wreck (date, latitude, and 

longitude to follow, if necessary), 

but was unable to ascertain whether 

any people were on board. 
— Passed a wreck (date, latitude, and 

longitude to follow, if necessary); 

no one on board. 
— Will you go to the assistance of wreck? 

(Bearing to follow, if necessary.) 



COMPASS IN DEGREES. 

(magnetic bearings.) 



THREE FLAG SIGNAXS. 

Note. — Unless otherwise indicated, bearings when given in degrees are to be understood as being 
magnetic bearings, i. e. , compass bearings corrected for deviation. 



Signal. 


Degree. 


Signal. 


Degree. 


Signal. 


Degree. 


Signal. 


Degree. 


Signal. 


Degree. 


ABG 


—North. 


ADM 


-N. 58° E. 


AFS 


-S. 68° E. 


AID 


-S. 10° E. 


AKJ - 


-S. 44° W. 


ABD 


-N. 1°E. 


ADN 


- 59° 


AFT 


- 67° 


AIE - 


- 9° 


AKL 


- 45° 


ABE 


- 3° 


ADO 


- 60° 


AFU 


- 66° 


AIF 


- 8° 


AKM 


- 46° 


ABF 


— 3° 


ADP 


— 61° 


AFV 


- 65° 


AIG 


- 7° 


AKN 


— 47° 


^BG 


— 4° 


ADQ 


— 63° 


AFW 


- 64° 


AIH 


- 6° 


AKO 


— 48° 


ABH 


— 5° 


ADR 


— 63° 


AFX 


— 63° 


AIJ 


- 5° 


AKP 


— 49° 


, ABl 


— 6° 


ADS 


— 64° 


A FY 


- 63° 


AIK 


- 4° 


AKQ 


— 50° 


, ABJ 


— 7° 


ADT 


— 65° 


AFZ 


— 61° 


AIL 


- 3° 


AKR 


— 51° 


; ABK 


— 8° 


ADU 


— 66° 


AGB 


— 60° 


AIM 


- 3° 


AKS 


— 53° 


ABL 


— 9° 


ADV 


— 67° 


AGG 


— 59° 


AIN 


-S. 1° E. 


AKT 


— 58° 


' ABM 


— 10° 


ADW 


— 68° 


AGD 


— 58° 


AIO 


—South 


AKU 


— 54° 


1 ABN 


— 11° 


ADX 


— 69° 


AGE 


- 57° 






AKV 


— 55° 


ABO 
ABP 


— 13° 

— 13° 


ADY 
ADZ 


— 70° 

— 71° 


AGF 
AGH 


- 56° 

— 55° 






AKW 
AKX 


— 56° 

— 57° 






ABQ 
i ABR 


— 14° 


AEB 


— 73° 


AGI 


— 54° 






AKY 


— 58° 


— 15° 


AEG 


— 73° 


AGJ 


— 53° 


AIP 


— S. 1°W. 


AKZ 


— 59° 


ABS 


— 16° 


AED 


— 74° 


AGK 


— 53° 


AIQ 


— 3° 


ALB 


— 60° 


ABT 


— 17° 


AEF 


— 75° 


AGL 


— 51° 


AIR 


— 8° 


ALC 


— 61° 


ABU 


— 18° 


AEG 


— 76° 


AGM 


— 50° 


AIS 


— 4° 


ALD 


— 62° 


: ABV 


— 19° 


AEH 


— 77° 


AGN 


— 49° 


AIT 


— 5° 


ALE 


— 63° 


ABW 


— 30° 


AEI 


— 78° 


AGO 


— 48° 


AIU 


— 6° 


ALF 


— 64° 


', ABX 


— 31° 


AEJ 


— 79° 


AGP 


— 47° 


AIV 


— 7° 


ALG 


— 65° 


ABY 


— 33° 


AEK 


— 80° 


AGQ 


— 46° 


AIW 


— 8° 


ALH 


— 66° 


ABZ 


— 33° 


AEL 


— 81° 


AGR 


— 45° 


AIX 


— 9° 


ALI 


— 67° 


ACB 


— 34° 


AEM 


— 83° 


AGS 


— 44° 


Aiy 


— 10° 


ALJ 


— 68° 


AGD 


— 35° 


AEN 


— 83° 


AGT 


— 43° 


AIZ 


— 11° 


ALK 


— 69° 


AGE 


— 36° 


AEO 


— 84° 


AGU 


— 43° 


AJB 


— 12° 


ALM 


— 70° 


ACF 


— 37° 


AEP 


— 85° 


AGV 


— 41° 


AJC 


— 13° 


ALN 


— 71° 


AGG 


— 38° 


AEQ 


— 86° 


AGW 


— 40° 


AJD 


— 14° 


ALO 


— 73° 


AGH 


— 39° 


AER 


— 87° 


AGX 


— 39° 


AJE 


— 15° 


ALP 


— 73° 


AGI 
AGJ 
ACK 


— 30° 


AES 


— 88° 


AGY 


— 38° 


AJF 


— 16° 


ALQ 


— 74° 


— 31° 


AET 


— N. 89° E. 


AGZ 


— 37° 


AJG 


— 17' 


ALR 


— 75° 


— 33° 


AEU 


—East 


AHB 


- 36° 


AJH 


— 18° 


ALS 


— 76° 


AGL 
AGM 


— 33° 






AHC 


- 35° 


AJI 


— 19° 


ALT 


— 77° 


— 34° 






AHD 


— 34° 


AJK 
AJL 


— 20° 

— 21° 


ALU 
ALV 


— 78° 

— 79° 


AGN 

AGO 

AGP 

AGQ 

AGR 

AGS 

AGT 

AGU 

AGV 

ACW 

AGX 

AGY 


— 35° 






AHE 


— 33° 


— 36° 

— 37° 


AEV 


— S. 89° E. 


AHP 
AHG 


— 33° 

— 81° 


AJM 
AJN 


— 32° 

— 23° 


ALW 
ALX 


— 80° 

— 81° 


— 38° 

— 39° 


AEW 
AEX 


— 88° 

— 87° 


AHI 
AHJ 


— 30° 

— 39° 


AJO 
AJP 


— 24° 

— 25° 


ALY 
ALZ 


— 82° 

— 83° 


— 40° 


AEY 


— 86° 


AHK 


— 28° 


AJQ 


— 36° 


AMB 


— 84° 


— 41° 


AEZ 


— 85° 


AHL 


- 27° 


AJR 


— 37° 


AMC 


— 85° 


— 43' 


AFB 


- 84° 


AHM 


— 26° 


AJS 


— 38° 


AMD 


— 86° 


— 43° 


AFC 


— 88° 


AHN 


— 25° 


AJT 


— 29° 


AME 


— 87° 


— 44° 


AFD 


— 83° 


AHO 


— 34° 


AJU 


— 80° 


AMF 


— 88° 


— 45° 

— 46° 


AFE 
AFG 


- 81° 

— 80° 


AHP 
AHQ 


— 33° 

— 33° 


AJV 
AJW 


— 81° 

— 32° 


AMG 
AMH 


— 89° 
—West 


AGZ 


— 47° 


AFH 


— 79° 


AHR 


— 31° 


AJX 


— 83° 






ADB 
ADG 


- 48° 

— 49° 


AFI 
APJ 


— 78° 


AHS 


— 30° 


AJY 


— 34° 






- 77° 


AHT 


— 19° 


AJZ 


— 85° 






ADE 

ADF 

ADG 

ADH 

ADI 

ADJ 

ADK 

ADL 


— 50° 
51° 


APK 
AFL 


- 76° 

— 75° 


AHU 
AHV 


- 18° 

— 17° 


AKB 

AKC 


— 36° 

— 37° 


,AMI 


— N. 89°W. 


— 52° 

— 53° 

— 54° 

— 55° 

— 56° 
— N. 57° E. 


AFM 
AFN 
AFO 
AFP 
AFQ 
AFR 


— 74° 

— 73° 

— 73° 
_ 71° 

— ,70° 
— S. 69° E, 


AHW 

AHX 

AHY 

AHZ 

AIB 

AIC 


— 16° 

— 15° 

— 14° 

— 13° 

— 13° 

— s. ir E. 


AKD 
AKE 
AKF 
AKG 
AKH 
AKI 


— 88° 

— 89° 

— 40° 

— 41° 

— 43° 

— S. 43° W. 


AMJ 
AMK 
AML 

AMN 
AMO 
AMP 


— 88° 

— 87° 

— 86° 

— 85° 

— 84° 

— N. 83°W. 



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4G 



COMPASS IN DEGREES. 



Part I. 



signal. 


Degree. 


Signal. 


Degree. 


Signal. 


Degree. 


Signal. 


Degree. 


Signal. 


Degree. 


AMQ 


— N. 82° W. 


ANJ 


— N. 65°W. 


AOD 


— N. 48°W. 


AOV 


— N. 31°W. 


APN 


— N. 14° W. 


AMR 


— 81° 


ANK 


— 64° 


AOE 


— 47° 


AOW 


— 30° 


APO . 


— 18° 


AMS 


— 80° 


ANL 


— 63° 


AOF 


— 46° 


AOX 


— 29° 


APQ 


— 13° 


AMT 


— 79° 


ANM 


— 62° 


AOG 


— 45° 


AOY 


— 28° 


APB 


— 11° 


AMU 


— 78° 


ANP 


— 61° 


AOH 


- 44° 


AOZ 


— 27° 


APS 


— 10° 


AMV 


— 77° 


ANQ 


— 60° 


AOI 


— 43° 


APB 


— 26° 


APT 


— 9° 


AMW 


— 76° 


ANJB 


— 59° 


AOJ 


— 42° 


APC 


— 25° 


APU 


— 8° 


AMX 


— 75° 


ANS 


— 58° 


AOK 


— 41° 


APD 


— 24° 


APV 


— 7° 


AMY 


— 74° 


ANT 


— 57' 


AOL 


— 40° 


APE 


— 33° 


APW 


— 6° 


AMZ 


— 73° 


ANU 


— 56° 


AOM 


— 39° 


APF 


— 32° 


APX 


— 5° 


ANB 


— 72° 


ANY 


— 55° 


AON 


— 38° 


APG 


— 21° 


APY 


— 4° 


ANC 


— 71° 


ANW 


— 54° 


AOP 


— 37° 


A.PH 


— 20° 


APZ 


— 8° 


AND 


— 70° 


ANX 


— 53° 


AOQ 


— 36° 


API 


— 19° 


AQB 


— 3° 


ANF 


— 69° 


ANY 


— 52° 


AOI, 


— 85° 


APJ 


— 18° 


AQC 


— 1° 


• ANG 


— 68° 


ANZ 


— 51° 


AOS 


— 34° 


APK 


— 17° 




North. ABC 


ANH 


- 67° 


AOB 


— 50° 


AOT 


— 33° 


APL 


— 16° 






ANI 


— N. 66°W. 


AOC 


— N. 49°W. 


AOU 


— N. 32° W. 


APM 


— N. 15°"W. 







Note. — True bearings are compass bearings corrected for deviation and variation. 
Magnetic bearings are compass bearings corrected for deviation only. 
Compass bearings are bearings as observed and are uncorrected. 



COMPASS IN POIDSTTS AND HALF POINTS. 

(COMPASS BEARINGS.) 

Note. — Unless otherwise indicated, bearings when given in points and J points are to be understood 
as being compass bearings, i. e. , bearings as shown by the compass and uncorrected for either deviation 
or variation. 



Signal. 


Point. 


Signal. 


Point. 


Signal. 


Point. 


Signal. 


Point. 


AQD 


North. 


AQU 


Bast. 


ARL 


South. 


ASD 


"West. 


AQE 


N. iE. 


AQV 


E. -iS. 


ARM 


S. -iW. 


ASE 


W. iN. 


AQP 


N. by E. 


AQW 


E. by S. 


ARN 


S. by W. 


ASP 


W. by N. 


ACyG 


N. by E. i E. 


AQX 


E. S. B. i E. 


ARO 


S. by W. i W. 


ASG 


"W. N. W. i W. 


AQH 


N. N. E. 


AQY 


E. S. E. 


ARP 


s. s. w. 


ASH 


W. N. W. 


AQI 


N. N. E. \ E. 


AQZ 


S. B.byE.^E. 


ARQ 


S. S. W. i w. 


ASI 


N.W.byW. IW. 


A(^J 


N. E. by N. 


ARB 


S. B. byE. 


ARS 


S. W. byS. 


ASJ 


N. W. bv W. 


AQK 


N. E. \ N. 


ARC 


S. E. i E. 


ART 


S. W. i S. 


ASK 


.N. w. i w. 


Ai^lL 


N. E. 


ARD 


S. B. 


ARU 


s.w. 


ASL 


N. W.- 


AQM 


N. E. i E. 


ARB 


S. E. l S. 


ARV 


S. W. i w. 


ASM. 


N. W. i N. 


AQN 


N. E. by E. 


ARE 


S. E. by S. 


ARW 


S. W.byW 


ASN 


N. W. by N. 


AQO 


N.B.byE.iB. 


ARG 


S. S. B. i B. 


ARX 


S.W.byW.iW. 


ASO 


N. N. W. iW. 


A(5tP 


E. N. E. 


ARH 


S. S. E. 


ARY 


W. S. W. 


ASP 


N. N. W. 


AQR 


B. N. B. i B. 


ARI 


S. by E. * B. 


ARZ 


W. S. W, i w. 


ASQ 


N. by W. i W. 


AQS 


B. by N. 


ARJ 


S. by E. 


ASB 


W. by S. 


ASR 


N. by W. 


AQT 


B. iN. 


ARK 


S.-iB. 


ASC 


W. i s. 


AST 


N.iW. 
North AQD 



MONEY TABLE. 



PKINCIPAL MONEYS IN USE THROUGHOUT THE WOKI.D. 

(See also page 49. ) 



Signal. 
ASU 

ASV 

ASW 



ASX 

AST 
ASZ 
ATB 
ATC 



ATD 



— Money. 

—Bank Note, or. Paper Money. 

— Coin. 



Coin. Country. 

—Anna- ( East Africa. 

( India. 

— Argentine Argentina. 

— Bolivar Venezuela. 

— Candareen, or. Fun -.China. 

— Cash, Le, or, Sapeque. China. 



Canada. 
Ceylon. 
China. 
Mauritius. 
Netherlands. 
Newfoundland. 
Straits Settle- 
ments. 
United States. 
Zanzibar. 



—Cent 



^TE 



ATF 

ATG 
ATH 



— Centavo . 



' Centesimo . 

Centime 

Centime 



— Condor . 
— Conto - . 



Argentina. 

Bolivia. 

Chile. 

Colombia. 

Costa Bica. 

Ecuador. 

Guatemala. 

Haiti. 

Honduras. 

Mexico. 

Nicaragua. 

Paraguay. 

Peru. 

Santo Domingo. 

San Salvador. 

Uruguay. 

Venezuela. 

Italy. 

Belgium. 

France. 

Tunis. 

Spain. 

Bolivia. 

Chile. 

Colombia. 



( Brazil. 
j Portugal. 



Signal. 
ATI 



ATJ 



ATK 
ATL 

ATM 

ATN 
ATO 

ATP 
ATQ 

ATE, 



ATS 

ATU 
ATV 
ATW 
ATX 



ATV 



Coin. 
-Dime 

Dinar (see Leo) aub 



-Dollar . 



-Doubloon. 
-Drachma . 

-Ducat 



Cowniry. 

United States. 

Servia. 

Argentina. 

Bolivia. 

Canada. 

Chile. 

China. 

Colombia. 

Costa Rica. 

Ecuador. 

Guatemala. 

Haiti. 

Honduras. 

Mauritius. 

Mexico. 

Newfoundland. 

Nicaragua. 

Paraguay. 

Peru. 

Santo Domingo. 

San Salvador. 

Straits Settle- 
ments. 

United States. 

Uruguay. 

Venezuela. 

Zanzibar. 

Chile. 

Mexico. 

Greece. 

Austria-Hungary. 

Netherlands East 
Indies. 

United States. 

■Egypt. 
Great Britain. 
Austria- 
Hungary. 
Netherlands. 
Belgium. 
France. 
Tunis. 
Fun, or, Candareen 

ATB China. 

Guilder, Gulden,/ ^^*"^' „ 
Ploriii ATO i Hungary. 

a lorin atq [^ jjetherlands. 

-Heller... ...Austria- 
Hungary. 

-Imperial Russia. 

-Keran, or, Kran Persia. 

-Kopeck Russia. 

-Kreutzer Austria- 
Hungary. 

Krona ,. Sweden. 

(Austria- 
Hungary. 
Denmark. 
Norway. 
Kroner ..znk Germany. 



-Egyptian Pound, or. 

Lira.. 

-Farthing 



-Florin, Guilder, 
Gulden. 

-Franc 



Note. — The name aloue is commou to two or more couBtriee, the value may differ. 



(47) 



48 



MONEY TABLE. 



Part I. 



Signal. 
ATZ 



AUB 



AUG 
AUD 



AUB 
AUF 
AUG 
AUH 

AUI 

AUJ 



AUK 
AUL 

AUM 

AUN 
AUO 



Coin. Oowntry. 

— Lac ...India. 

Le, Cash, or, Sapeque 

ATC China. 
Leang, or, Tael-.AVC China. 

'Leo, or, Leu Eoumania. 

or 

Dinar Servia. 

or 

Lev, or. Lew Bulgaria. 

— Lepton Greece. 

— Lira Italy. 

Lira egiziana, or, 
Egyptian Pound 

ATO Egypt. 

— Lira turca Turkey. 

— Louis, or. Napoleon- -France. 

— Mace, or, Tsin -China. 

— Mark Germany. 

j Brazil. 
I Portugal. 

— Mithkal Morocco. 

Napoleon, or, Louis 

AUF France. 
Ochr-el-guerch ) 

or \ Egypt. 

Ushr-el-ghirsh ) « ' 

( Denmark. 

— Ore \ Norway. 

( Sweden. 

f Egypt. 

—Para J Servia. 

Para i Tripoli. 

L Turkey. 

— Penny -pence Great Britain. 

— Peseta Spain. 

rChUe. 
Peso, on Dollar-AT.j Colombia. 

t Venezuela. 



-Milreis 



AUP 
AUQ 

AUE 

AUS 

AUT 

AUV 

AUW 

AUX 

AUY 



AUZ 
AVB 



AVC 
AVD 

AVE 
AVF 



AVG 
AVH 

AVI 
AVJ 



Coin. Cowntry. 

-Pfennig Germany. 

( Egypt. 
-Piaster --. < Tripoli. 

( Turkey. 

-Pie. or. Pice - | f,^|L^^"''^- 

-Pound, or, Sovereign.Great Britain. 

-Beal-reis \f^^%^. 

-Rin --.- Japan. 

-Rouble {paper) Russia. 

-Rouble {silver) Russia. 

i Ceylon. 

-Rupee ■< East Africa. 

( India. 
Sapeque, Cash, or, Le 

, ATC China. 

-Sen Japan. 

-Shilling Great Britain. 

Sol, or. Dollar- -AT J Peru. 
Sovereign, or. Pound 

jlus Great Britain. 

-Tael, or, Leang China. 

-Thaler Austria- 
Hungary. 

-'I'-i- -iiir^- 

-Toman Persia. 

Tgin, or. Mace -AUG China. 
Ushr-el-ghirsh j 

or UuK Egypt. 
Ochr-el-guerch ] 
Venezolano, or. Dol- 
lar AT J Venezuela. 

-Yen Japan. 



Note. — The name alone ia common to two or more countries, the vahie may differ. 



PRINCIPAL MONEYS OF THE CHIEF MARITIME NATIONS OF THE WORLD 

ARRANGED UNDER THE NAMES OF THE COUNTRIES 

IN WHICH THEY ARE USED. 

(For list of moneys arranged alphabetically, see page 47. ) 



United States. 
10 cents (ATD) = i dime (ATI) 

100 cents = 1 dollar (ATJ) 

10 dollars = 1 eagle (ATN) 

Argentine Republic. 
100 centavos (ATE) = 1 dollar (ATJ) 

5 dollars = 1 Argentino (ASY) 

Austkia-Htjngary. 
100 kreutzer (ATX) = 1 florin, or, gulden 

(ATQ) 
3tV florins = 1 thaler (AVD) 

4i florins = 1 ducat (ATM) 

and 
100 teller (ATS) = 1 krone (ATY) 

Belgium. 
100 centimes (ATF) = 1 franc (ATE) 

Bolivia. 
100 centavos (ATE) = 1 -ioUar (ATJ) 

10 dollars = 1 condor (ATG) 



1,000 reis (AUT) 
1,000 milreis 



Brazil. 

= 1 milreis (AUI) 
= 1 conto (ATH) 



Bulgaria. 
Lev, or, lew (AUB) 

BURMAH. 

Tical (AVE) 
Also currency of British India. 



Canada. 

= 1 dollar (ATJ) 

Ceylon. 

=1 rupee (AUY) 



100 cents (ATD) 
100 cents (ATD) 

100 centavos (ATE) — 1 dollar, or, peso(ATJ) 

5 dollars = 1 doubloon (ATK) 

10 dollars = 1 condor (ATG) 

China. 
10 cash, le, or, sapeque = 1 candareen, or, fun 

(ATC) (ATB) 

10 candareens = 1 mace, or, tsin(AUG) 

10 mace = 1 tael, or, leang (AVC) 

and 
100 cents (ATD) =1 dollar (ATJ) 

Colombia. 
100 centavos (ATE) = 1 dollar, or, peso(ATJ) 

10 pesos = 1 condor (ATG) 

Costa Rica. 
100 centavos (ATE) = 1 dollar (ATJ) 



100 ore (AUL) 



. Denmark. 

= 1 krone (ATY) 



East Africa (British and Germar territories). 
The same as British India. 

Ecuador. 
100 centavos (ATE) = 1 dollar (ATJ) 



10 ochr-el-guerch ) 
(AUK), or, [ 
40 paras (AUM) ) 
100 piasters 



Egypt. 

= 1 piaster (AUQ) 

= 1 Egyptian poand, ) 

or, [■ (ATO) 

Lira egiziana ) 

Prance. 
100 centimes (ATF) = 1 franc (ATR) 

20 francs = 1 Louis, or. Napoleon 

(AUF) 

Germany. 
100 pfennigs (AUP) = 1 mark (AUH) 

Great Britain.* 
4 farthings (ATP) = 1 penny (AUN) 

13 pence = 1 sjiilling (AVB) 

30 shillings = 1 pound, or, sovereign 

(AUS) 



100 lepta (AUG) 



Greece. 

= 1 drachma (ATL) 



Guatemala. 
100 centavos (ATE) = 1 dollar (ATJ) 



100 centavos (ATE) 



Haiti. 

.= 1 dollar (ATJ) 



Honduras. 
100 centavos (ATE) = 1 dollar (ATJ) 

. Holland (see Netherlands). 

Hungary (see Austria-Hungary). 

India (British). 
13 piej, or, pice (AUR) = 1 anna (ASX) 
16 annas = 1 rupee (AUY) 

100,000 rupees = 1 lac (ATZ) 

Italy. 
100 centesimi (ATF) = 1 lira (AUD) 



10 rin (AUV) 
100 sen 

100 cents (ATD) 



Japan. 

= 1 sen (AUZ) 
= 1 yen (AVG) 
Mauritius. 

= 1 dollar (ATJ) 



76564—09- 



*This system Is used by tlie British Colonies in Australasia and South Africa. 

f491 



50 



MONEY TABLE. 



Part I. 



Mexico. 
100 centavos (ATE) = 1 dollax (ATJ) 

16 dollars = 1 doubloon (ATK) 

Morocco. ' 

Mithkal (AUJ) 

Netheelands. 
100 cents (ATD) = 1 guilder, or, florin 

(ATQ) 
5f gulden = 1 ducat( ATM) (used in 

Netherlands East Indies) 

Newfoundland. 
100 cents (ATD) = 1 dollar (ATJ) 

Nicaragua. 
100 centavos (ATE) = 1 dollar (ATJ) 

Norway {see Sweden and Norway). 

Paraguay. 



100 centavos (ATE) 



1 dollar, or, peso (ATJ) 



10 kerans (ATV) = i toman (AVE) 

100 centavos (ATE) = 1 dollar, or, sol (ATJ) 

"POT?TTTO A T 

1,000 reis (AUT) = 1 milreis (AUI) 

1,000 milreis = 1 conto (ATH) 

ROUMAKIA. 

Leo, or, leu (AUB) 

Russia. 
100 kopecks (ATW) = 1 rouble (AUX) 

10 roubles = 1 imperial (ATU) 

Santo Domingo. 
100 centavos (ATE) = 1 dollar (ATJ) 



San Salvador. 
100 centavos (ATE) = 1 dollar (ATJ) 

Seevia. 
100 paras (AUM) = 1 dinar (AUB) 

SlAM. 

Tical (AVE) 

Spain. 

100 centimos (ATE) = 1 peseta (ATJO) 

5 pesetas (AUO) = 1 peso (ATJ) 

Straits Settlements. 
100 cents (ATD) = 1 dollar (ATJ) 

Sweden and Norway. 
100 ore ( AUL) = 1 krona, or, krone(ATY) 

Tripoli. 
40 paras (AUM) = 1 piaster (AUQ) 

Tunis. 
100 centimes (ATP) = 1 franc (ATR) 

Turkey. 
40 paras (AUM) = 1 piaster (AUQ) 

100 piasters = 1 lira turca (AUE) 

Uruguay. 
100 centavos (ATE) = 1 dollar (ATJ) 

Venezuela. 
100 centavos (ATE) ) 

or, J. = 1 Venezolano, dollar, 

5 Bolivars ( ASZ) ) or, peso (ATJ) 

Zanzibar. 
100 cents (ATD) = 1 dollar (ATJ) 



MEASURES AND WEIGHTS OF DIFFERENT COUI^TRIES. 



MEASURES OF LENGTH, 



Sigma. 
AVK 

AVL 

AVM 



AVN 



AVO 



AVP 
AVQ 
AVR 



AVS 



AVT 



AVU 



AVW 

AVX 

AVY 
AVZ 
AWB 



AWC 
AWD 
AWE 
AWP 



AWG 



Country or System. 



Measure. 

— Measure op Length. 

Alen -. i Denmark. 

(Norway. 

— Arcnine Russia. 

Archine (or, Meter) 

Awj Turkish Metrical. 

Cable * \ United States and 

^ "( Great Britain. 

Centimeter ..Metrical. 

or 

Daktylas .'. Greek Metrical. 

or 

Duim Etotch Metrical. 

or 

.Khat Turkisli Metrical. 

—Chang, or, Cheung... China. 

— Chih China. 

— Cho, or, Tcho Japan. 

Daktylas (or. Centi- 
meter) AVO Greek Metrical. 

Decameter Metrical. 

or 

Roede Dutch Metrical. 

Decimeter .Metrical. 

or 

Palame Greek Metrical. 

or 

Palm Dutch Metrical. 

or 

_ Parmak Turkish Metrical. 

Egypt. 
Morocco. 

— Draa, or. Pike -i Tripoli. 

Tunis. 
(^Turkey. 
Duim(or, Centimeter) 

AVO Dutch Metrical. 
El (or, Meter) -AWJ Dutch Metrical. 
•pQ+»,r.vr, i United States and 

^ ^^'^°^ 1 Great Britain, 

j Denmark. 
) Norway. 

I United States and 
( Great Britain. 
— Fot Sweden. 

•i?„„i„„™ ( United States and 

-Jjurlong .. -j Q.j,gg^^ Britain. 

Gramme {or. Milli- 
meter) AWP Greek Metrical. 

( Guz --India. 

( Guz, or, Zer Persia. 

—Hectometer Motrical. 

T „, ( United States and 

—^^'^>^-- -j Great Britain. 

— Ken Japan. 

Khat (or. Centimeter) 

AVO Turkish Metrical. 

fKilometer Metrical. 

or 

Mijle - Dutch Metrical. 

or 

Mil Turkish Metrical. 

or 
Stadion Greek Metrical. 



7' 

.■ii 



-Fod. 
-Foot 



AWH 
AWI 



AWJ 



AWK 

AWL 

AWM 
AWN 

AWO 



AWP 



AWQ 



AWR 



AWS 
AWT 
AWU 



AWV 



Knot, or, Nautical 
Mile AWO 

— League 



Country or System. 
( United States and 
i Great Britain. 
( United States and 
j Great Britain. 

—Li China 

'Meter Metrical. 

or 

Archine Turkish Metrical. 

or 

El -..Dutch Metrical. 

or 

. Pecheus Greek Metrical. 

Mijle (oj", Kilometer) 

AWG Dutch Metrical. 
Mil (or-, KUometer,) 

AWG Turkish Metrical. 

—Mil Denmark. 

]yjil j Norway and 

I Sweden. 

— Mile (German) -Germany. 

-Mile, Statute \ United States and 

' . I Great Britain. 

. ""or'fl^S^t jUmted^Statesand 

Knot -..1-3 Gicat Britain. 

'Millimeter ., Metrical. 

or 

Gramme .'. Greek Metrical. 

or 

Nokta —Turkish Metrical. 

or 

[Streep ..Dutch Metrical. 

( Myriameter Metrical. 

j 07- 

( Skoinis Greek Metrical. 

Nokta (or. Millime- 
ter) AWP 

Palame {or. Decime- 
ter) AVT 

Palm (or, Decime- 
ter) AVT 

Parmak (or.Decime- 
ter) AVT 

Pecheus (or. Meter), 

AWJ 



TurkishMetrical. 
Greek Metrical. 
Dutch Metrical. 
Turkish Metrical. 



Pike, or, Draa, avu. 



-Ri 

Roede (or. Decame- 
ter) AVS 

-Saading, or, Toung... 
-Sagene, or, Saschene. 

-Shaku 

Skoinis (or, Myria- 
meter AWQ 

Stadion (or, Kilome- 
ter AWG 

-Stopa 

Streep, or. Millime- 
ter .._AWP 



Greek Metrical, 
f Egypt. 
I Morocco. 
] Tripoli. 
I Tunis. 
[Turkey. 

Japan. 



Dutch Metrical 
Burmah. 
Russia. 
Japan. 

Greek Metrical. 

Greek Metrical. 
Russia. 

Dutch Metrical. 



(51) 



52 



MEASURES AND WEIGHTS OF DIFFBBENT COUNTRIES. 



Part I. 



Signal. 
AWX 

AWY 
AWZ 

AXB 



Memare. Country or System, 

-Sun Japan. 

Tcho, or, Cho- . _ avr Japan. 

-Tomme Denmark. 

Toung, or, Saading, 

Aws Burmah. 

-Tsun China. 

f Argentina. 



-Vara 



Brazil. 

Chile. 

Mexico. 

Peru. 

Portugal. 

Uruguay. 



Signal. 
AXC 

AXD 



AXE 
AXF 



Country or System. 
-Vershok Russia. 

-Verst Russia. 

ST f, j United States and 

-^^^°- — - j Great Britain. 

-Yin China. 

Zers, or, GUZ...A-WC Persia. 
For list of countries in which the Metrical 
System is used, and for Table for Con- 
verting Metrical Measures and Weights 
into their American Equivalents, see 
page 55. 



SQUARE OB SURFACE MEASURES. 



Signal. 
AXH 

AXI 



AXJ 



AXK 

AXL 
AXM 
AXN 
AXO 



AXP 



AXQ 
AXR 



Meajiure. Country or System. 

-Squaee, or, Surface Measure. 
. „_„ j United States and 

-Acre - ^ Great Britain. 

Are, or, Sq. Decameter - Metrical. 

or 
Deunum Turkish Metrical. 

or 

Stremma Greek Metrical . 

Bunder (or, Hectare) 

AXP Dutch Metrical. 
•Centiare, or.Sq. Meter-Metrical. 

-Cho Japan. 

-Decare --.: Metrical. 

■Declare Metrical. 

-Dessatine Russia. 

Deunum( or, Are) axj Turkish Metrical. 
Djerib {or, Hectare) 

AXP Turkish Metrical. 
Hectare, or, Sq. Hec- 

or [tometer-- Metrical. 
Bunder Dutch Metrical. 

or 

Djerib Turkish Metrical. 

-Mou --China. 

-Square Centimeter-. Metrical. 
Square Decameter (or 
Are ) AXJ Metrical. 



Signal. 

AXS 

AXT 



AXU 
AXV 



AXW 
AXY 
AXZ 



Measure. Country or System. 

— Squaje Decimeter Metrical. 

-Square Foot ------- jUmted States a^^ 

Square Hectometer(or, 

Hectaire) axp Metrical. 

-T^l--^-^- r'GrSrS' 

— Square Kilometer Metrical. 

Square Meter (or, Cen- 
tiare ) AXK Metrical. 

-Square Mile j ^St'Sin"' 

— Square Millimeter -.-Metrical. 

-Square Yard \ United States and 

^ I Great Britain. 

Stremma (or, Are) 

AXJ Greek Metrical. 

For list of countries in which the Me- 
trical System is used, and for Table 
for Converting Metrical Measures and 
Weights into their American Equiva- 
lents, see page 55. 



MEASURES OF CUBIC CAPACITY OR SOLID MEASURES. 



Measure. Country or System. 

-Measure of Cubic Capacity, or. Solid 
Measure. 
Cubic Centimeter 

ZNM Metrical. 

-Cubic Foot \ United States and 

/ Great Britain. 

-Cubic Inch - - \ United States and 

( Great Britain. 

Cubic Meter znp Metrical. 

Cubic Millimeter 

ZNO Metrical. 

-Cubic Yard - \ United States and 

/ Great Britain. 

-Decastere : Metrical. 

-Decistere ---Metrical. 

-Stere -Metrical. 

-Ton (ship measure- J United States and 

ment.) \ Great Britain. 

-Measure of Capacity. 

-Almuda.- -IS'?!"^- 1 

( Portugal. 



Country or System. 
— Ardeb Egypt. 

-Arroba i Chile. 

j Spam. 

_Bale \ United States and 

j Great Britain. 

Barrel \ United States and 

"" """ j Great Britain. 

Bushel \ United States and 

1 Great Britain. 

—Butt - --Great Britain. 

'Centiliter Metrical. 

or 

Mystron Greek Metrical. 

or 

Vingerhoed Dutch Metrical. 

or 
.Zarf --Turkish Metrical. 

For list of countries in which the Met-, 
rical System is used, seepage 55. 



Part I. 



MEASURES AND WEIGHTS OF DIFFERENT COUNTRIES. 



53 



Signal. 
AYS 



AYT 

AYU 

AYV 
AYW 
AYX 

AYZ 

AZB 



AZC 



AZD 



AZE 



AZF 



Measure. Cmmtry or System. 

— Chtof Russia 

Cronchka, or, Krushka 

AZD Russia. 

Decaliter ..Metrical. 

or 

Kile Turkish Metrical. 

or 
Schepel Dutch Metrical. 

Deciliter Metrical. 

or y 

Kotyle Greek Metrical. 

or 

^ Maatje Dutch Metrical. 

Firkin 5 United States and 

/ Great Britain. 

Gallon i United States and 

j Great Britain. 

QjU j United States and 

I Great Britain. 

f Hectoliter Metrical. 

I or 

I Kileh -Turkish Metrical. 

-{ or 

Koilon Greek Metrical. 

I or 

[Mud, Vat, or, Zac Dutch Metrical. 

-Hogshead \ United States and 

( Great Britain. 
Kan, or, Kop (or. Liter) 

AZF Dutch Metrical. 
Kile (or. Decaliter) 

AYT Turkish Metrical. 
Kileh (or. Hectoliter) 

AYZ Turkish Metrical. 
— Kiloliter Metrical. 

Koilon (or. Hectoliter) 

AYZ Greek Metrical. 
Kop, or, Kan (or. Liter) 

AZF Dutch Metrical. 
Kotyle (or, Decil.ter) 

AYU Greek Metrical. 
— Kruschka, or, Cron- 
chka Russia. 

Kybos (or. Milliliter) 

AZG Greek Metrical. 
— Last Netherlands. 

Liter Metrical. 

or 
Kan, or, Kop Dutch Metrical. 

or 

Ser --- --India. 

or 
Sultchek Turkish Metrical. 



AZG 

AZH 

AZI 

AZJ 

AZK 

AZL 

AZM 

AZN 

AZQ 
AZR 



AZS 
AZT 
AZU 
AZV 



AZW 



Measure. Country or System. 

Maatje (or. Deciliter) 

AYU Dutch Metrical. 

Milliliter Metrical. 

or 
Kybos Greek Metrical. 

-Minim ...A United States and 

I Great Britain. 
Mud, Vat, or, Zac (or. 

Hectoliter) . - . ayz Dutch Metrical. 
Mystron(or, Centiliter) 

AYR Greek Metrical. 

-Oxehoved ---_ Denmark. 

-Peck \ United States and 

( Great Britain. 

_pjjj.^ ( United States and 

.j Great Britain. 

-Puncheon _ Great Britain. 

Quart ' -- United States and 

or Great Britain. 

Sheng China. 

OnartoT- ( United States and 

-Quarter -j ^^^^^^ Britain. 

Schepel (or. Decaliter) 

AYT Dutch Metrical. 

-Seer India. 

Ser (or. Liter) - _azf India. 
Sheng(or, Quart )azm China. 

-Shoo Japan. 

Sultchek (or, Liter) 

AZF Turkish Metrical. 

-Tierce Great Britain. 

-Tonde Denmark. 

-Tou . China. 

-Tschetwerik Russia. 

Vat, Mud, or, Zac (or, 
Hectoliter) --AYZ Dutch Metrical. 

Vedro Russia. 

Vingerhoed (or. Cen- 
tiliter) AYR Dutch Metrical. 

Zac, Mud, or. Vat (or, 
Hectoliter) . . . ayz Dutch Metrical. 

Zarf (or. Centiliter) . 

AYR Turkish Metrical. 

For list of countries in ivhich the Metrical 
System is used, and for Table for Con- 
verting Metrical Measures and Weights 
into their American Equivalents, see 
page 55. 



MEASURES OP WEIGHT. 



Signal. 
AZX 



AZY 



BAG 



Measure. Country or Sytdem. 

—Measures of Weight. 

f Argentina. 
A -u I Brazil. 

-Arroba j Portugal. 

[ Spain. 
Batman (or, Miria- 
gramme) bay Turkish Metrical. 

— Berkovitz Russia. 

Boughdais (or, Deci- 
gramme) BAJ Turkish Metrical. 



signal. 
BAD 

BAE 
BAF 

BAG 



Country or System. 

-Cantar { ^^y^ 

Carat i United States and 

I Great Britain. 

— Catty, or. Chin China. 

f Centigramme Metrical. 

I or 

-j Habbe Turkish Metrical. 

I or 

I Kokkos Greek Metrical. 



54 



MEASURES AND WEIGHTS OF DIFFERENT COUNTRIES. 



Part I. 



Signal. 
BAH 



BAI 



.BAJ 



BAK 



BAL 
BAM 



BAN 



BAO 
BAP 



BAQ 



BAR 



■BAS 
BAT 

BAU 



— Drachm 



— Grain 



Measure. Country or System. 

-fipntner i Denmark, 

-t^entner j Sweden. 

Centner, or, Quintal 

Bci United States. 
Chin, or. Catty . .bap China. 

Decagramme Metrical. 

or 

Drachma Turkish Metrical. 

or 

Lood Dutch Metrical. 

Decigramme Metrical. 

or 

Boughdais Turkish Metrical. 

or 

Korrel Dutch Metrical. 

or 

Obolos Greek Metrical. 

Denk {or. Gramme) 

BAN Turkish Metrical. 
Doppelzentner..zNL Germany. 

j United States and 
I Great Britain. 
Drachma {or, Deca- 
gramme) -BAI Turkish Metrical. 

Drachme {or. Gramme) 

BAN Greek Metrical. 

Funt Russia. 

( United States and 
( Great Britain. 

Gramme Metrical. 

or 

Denk Turkish Metrical. 

or 

Drachme Greek Metrical. 

or 

"Wigtje Dutch Metrical. 

Habbe {or. Centi- 
gramme ) BAG Turkish Metrical. 

Hectogramme Metrical. 

or < 

Onze - Dutch Metrical. 

Hundredweight (cwt. ) Great Britain. 
Kan tar {or, Quintal 

Metric) bcj ' Turkish Metrical. 

Kilogramme Metrical. 

or 

Ock, or, Oke. Turkish Metrical. 

or. 

Pond Dutch Metrical. 

or 
Ser India. 



— Kin Japan. 

Kokkos {or. Centi- 
gramme) BAG Greek Metrical. 

Korrel {or. Decigramme) 

BAJ Dutch Metrical. 

— Kvint Denmark. 

— Kwamme Japan., 

f Argentina. 
J Chile. 
1 Portugal. 
[ Spain. 
Lood {or. Decagramme) 

BAI Dutch Metrical. 



-Libra 



Signal. 



BAV 



BAW 
BAX 

BAY 



BAZ 

BCA 
BCD 

BCE 
BCF 
BCG 

BCH 



BCI 

BCJ 
BCK 

BCL 
BCM 



BCN 



Measure. 
Millier 



Country or System. 
-Metrical. 



Tcheki Turkish Metrical. 

or 

Ton United States and 

or Great Britain. 

Tonne German Metrical. 

—Milligramme Metrical. 

— Mna Greece. 

r Myriagramme Metrical. 

■I or 

(_ Batman Turkish Metrical. 

Obolos {or. Decigramme) 

BAJ Greek Metrical. 
Ock, or, Oke {or. Kilo- 
gramme) BAQ Turkish Metrical. 

Onze {or. Hectogramme) 

BAO Dutch Metrical. 
( United States and 
j Great Britain. 
Pecul, or, Tan--BCM China. 

r>„„«„™„,-™i,j-//i™4- ^ ( United States and 
-Pennyweight (dwt. ) ^ (. ^.^^^ ^^^^^^ 

— Pf und Austria-Hungary. 

Pond {or. Kilogramme) 

BAQ Dutch Metrical. 

—Pound ah ^ i United States and 

i-ouna (ID.; -j Q^^^^ Britain. 

— Pud, or. Pood Russia. 

-Pund Denmark. 



— Ounce - 



-Quarter . 



-Quintal 



Sweden. 

United States and 

Great Britain. 
'United States. 
Argentina. 
Brazil. 
Chile. 
Portugal. 
l_ Spain. 

f Quintal Metric Metrical. 

■j or 

[Kantar Turkish Metrical. 

-Rottoio jf^ypt^ 

Ser {or, Kilogramme) 

BAQ India. 
—Stone Great Britain. 

—Tan, or.. Pecul China. 

Tcheki {or, Millier) 

BAV Turkish Metrical. 
Ton {or, Millier) ( United States and 

BAY j Great Britain. 
Tonne {or, Millier) 

BAV German Metrical. 
Wigtje {or. Gramme) 

BAN Dutch Metrical. 
— Zolotnick Russia. 

For list of countries in which the Met- 
rical System is used, and for Table for 
Converting Metrical Measures and 
Weights into their American Equiva- 
lents, see page 55. 



Paet I. 



MEASURES AND WEIGHTS OF DIFFERENT COUNTRIES. 



55 



LIST OF THE PRINCIPAL COUNTRIES IN WHICH THE METRICAL STSTEM 

IS USED. 



United States (permissive) . 


France. 




Paraguay. 






Argentina. 


German Empire (with German 


Peru. 






Anstria-Hnngary. 


names in some cases) . 


Portugal. 






Belgium. , , 


Great Britain (permissive) . . 


Roumania. 






Bolivia. ' _ 


Greece (with Greek 


names) . 


Santo Domingo. 






Brazil. 


Guatemala. 




San Salvador. 






Bulgaria. 


Haiti 




. Servia. 




. 


Canada (permissive). 


Honduras. 




Spain. 






Chile. 


Italy. 




Sweden. 






Colombia. 


Mexico. 




Switzerland. 






Costa Rica. 


Netherlands (with Dutch 


Tripoli. 






Denmark. 


names) . 




Turkey (with Turkish names), j 


Ecuador. 


Nicaragua. 




Uruguay. 






Egypt. 


Norway. 




Venezuela. 






TABLES FOR CONVER' 


riNG METRICAL MEASURES AND WEIGHTS INTO 


THEIR AMERICAN EQUIVALENTS. 






Meters, Yards. 


Kilometers. Stat. Miles. Yards. 


Hectares. Acres. 


r. 


P- 


1 = 1.094 


1 =:^ 


1094 


1 = 3 


1 


35 


2 = 2.187 


2 = 1 


437 


3 = 4 


8 


81 


3 = 3.281 


3 = 1 


1531 


3 = 7 


1 


26 


4 = 4.374 


4 = 2 


855 


4 = 9 


3 


22 


5 = 5.468 


5 = 3 


188 


5 = 13 


1 


17 


6 = 6.562 


6 = 3 


1382 


6 = 14 


3 


12 


7 = 7.655 


7 = 4 


615 


7 = 17 


1 


8 


8 = 8.749 


8 = 4 


1709 


8 = 19 


3 


8 


9 = 9.843 


9 = 5 


1043 


9 = 32 





88 


10 = 10.936 


10 = 6 


376 


10 ^ 34 


3 


34 


20 = 21.873 


20 = 12 


753 


30 = 49 


1 


38 


30 = 32.809 


30 = 18 


1129 


30 = 74 





31 


40 = 43.745 


40 = 24 


1505 


40 = 98 


3 ■ 


15 


50 = 54.682 


50 = 31 


123 


50 = 133 


3 


9 


60 = 65.618 


60 = 37 


498 


60 = 148 


1 


3 


70 = 76.554 


70 = 43 


874 


70 = 172 


3 


37 


80 = 87.491 


80 = 49 


1351 


80 = 197 


2 


38 


90 = 98.427 


90 = 55 


1627 


90 = 333 


1 


34 - 


100 = 109.363 


100 = 62 


243 


100 = 347 





18 


200 = 218.727 


200 = 124 


487 


300 .= 494 





37 


800 = 328.090 


300 = 186 


730 


300 = 741 


1 


15 


400 = 437.453 


400 = 248 


973 


400 = 988 


1 


33 


500 = 546.816 


500 = 310 


1317 


500 = 1335 


3 


11 


Idters. Oalls. QiMrts. 


SecloUters. Qrs. 


StisJiels. 


Kilogrammes. Cwts. Qrs 


. Lbs. 


Ozs. 


1 = 0.880 


1 = 


3.751 


1 = 


3 


Si 


2 =r 1.761 


2 = 


5.503 


3 = 


4 


6i 


3 = 2.641 


3 = 1 


0.354 


3 = 


6 


H 


4 = 3.521 


4 = 1 


3.005 


4 = 


8 


13 


5 = 1 0.402 


5 = 1 


5.756 


5 = 


11 


Oi 


6 = 1 1.282 


6 = 3 


0.507 


6 = 


13 


H 


7 = 1 2.163 


7 = 2 


3.358 


7 = 


15 


7 


8 = 1 3.043 


8 = 3 


6.010 


8 = O' 


17 


lOi 


9 = 1 3.923 


9 = 3 


0.761 


9 = 


19 


m 


10 = 2 0.804 


10 = 3 


3.513 


10 = 


33 


Oi 


20 = 4 1.608 


20 = 6 


7.034 


30 = 1 


16 


u 


30 = 6 3.413 


. 30 = 10 


3.536 


80 = 3 


10 


H 


40 = 8 3.315 


40 = 13 


6.048 


40 = 3 


4 


3 


50 = 11 0.019 


50 = 17 


1.560 


50 = 3 


36 


3i 


60 = 13 0.823 


60 = 20 


5.073 


60 = 1 


20 


a 


70 = 15 1.637 


70 = 24 


0.585 


70 = 1 1 


14 


5i 


80 == 17 2.431 


80 = 37 


4.097 


80 = 1 3 


8 


6 


90 = 19 3.825 


90 = 30 


7.609 


90 = 1 3 


3 


6i 


100 = 22 0.039 


100 = 34 


8.131 


100 = 1 3 


24 


7 


200 = 44 0.077 


200 = 68 


6.343 


200 = 3 3 


20 


15 


300 = 66 0.116 


300 = 103 


1.363 


300 = 5 3 


17 


6 


400 = 88 0.155 


400 = 137 


4.483 


400 = 7 3 


13 


14 


500 = 110 0.198 


500 = 171 


7.604 


600 = 9 3 


10 


5 



DEGREES OF LATITUDE AND LONGITUDE. 



Vessels other than those of Spain or France use the meridian of Greenwich. 
Spanish and French vessels use the meridians of Cadiz and Paris, respectively. In case 
of doubt, the vessel to which the signal is made should hoist the signal NBL = What 
is your First Meridian ? Which can be answered by one of the following : 

TBL = My first meridian is Paris, east of Greenwich 3° 30' 15" = h. 9 m. 31 sees. 

HSI = My first meridian is Cadiz, west of Greenwicli 6° 13' 34" = li. 34 m. 49 sees. 



CODE FLAG OVER TWO FLAGS. 



LATITUDE AND LONGITUDE. 



Code 




Code 




Code 




Flag 




Flag 




Flag 




OVER — 




OVER — 


Latitude— Confd. 


OVER— 


Longitude— Confd. 


AB 


Latitude. 


BT 


—42° latitude. 


DL 


— 2° longitude. 




North latitude- .qhx 


BU 


—43° latitude. 


DM 


— 3° longitude; 




South latitude _ - qhz 


BV 


— 44° latitude. 


DN 


— 4° longitude. 


AC 


— 1° north latitude. 


BW 


—45° latitude. 


DO 


— 5° longitude. 


AD 


— 1° south latitude. 


BX 


—46° latitude. 


DP 


— 6° longitud^. 


AE 


— 3° latitude. 


BY 


— 47° latitude. 


DQ 


— 7° longitude'. 


AF 


— 3° latitude. 


BZ 


—48° latitude. 


DR 


— 8° longitude. 


AG 


— 4° latitude. 


CA 


— 49° latitude. 


DS 


— 9° longitude. 


AH 


— 5° latitude. 


CB 


—50° latitude. 


DT 


— 10° longitude. 


AI 


— 6° latitude. 


CD 


—51° latitude. 


DU 


—11° longitude. 


AJ 


— 7° latitude. 


CE 


—53° latitude. 


DV 


—13° longitude. 


AK . 


— 8° latitude. 


CF 


— 53° latitude. 


DW 


— 18° longitude. 


AL 


— 9° latitude. 


CG 


— 54° latitude. 


DX 


— 14° longitude. 


AM 


—10° latitude. 


CH 


—55° latitude. 


DY 


— 15° longitude. 


AN 


— 11° latitude. 


CI 


— 56° latitude. 


DZ 


—16° longitude. 


AO 


—13° latitude. 


CJ 


— 57° latitude. 


EA 


—17° longitude. 


. AP 


—13° latitude. 


CK 


—58° latitude. 


EB 


— 18° longitude. 


AQ 


—14° latitude. 


CL 


—59° latitude. 


EC 


— 19° longitude. 


AE 


— 15° latitude.. 


CM 


—60° latitude. 


ED 


—30° longitude.. 


AS 


—16° latitude. 


CN 


—61° latitude. 


EF 


—31° longitude. 


AT 


—17° latitude. 


CO 


—63° latitude. 


EG 


— 23° longitude. 


AU 


—18° latitude. 


CP 


—63° latitude. 


EH 


—38° longitude. 


AV 


—19° latitude. 


CQ 


—64° latitude. 


EI 


— 34° longitude. 


AW 


—30° latitude. 


CB, 


— 65° latitude. 


EJ 


— 35° longitude. 


AX 


—31° latitude. 


cs 


—66° latitude. 


EK 


—36° longitude. 


AY 


—33° latitude. 


CT 


—67° latitude. 


EL 


—37° longitude. 


AZ 


—33° latitude. 


cu 


—68° latitude. 


EM 


— 38° longitude. 


BA 


—34° latitude. 


cv 


—69° latitude. 


EN 


— 39° longitude. 


BC 


—35° latitude. 


cw 


—70° latitude. 


EO 


— 30° longitude. 


BD 


—36° latitude. 


ex 


—71° latitude. 


EP 


—31° longitude. 


BE 


—37° latitude. 


CY 


—73° latitude. 


EQ 


— 32° longitude. 


BF 


—38° latitude. 


cz 


—73° latitude. 


ER 


— 83° longitude. 


BG 


—39° latitude. 


DA 


—74° latitude. 


ES 


— 34° longitude. 


BH 


—30° latitude. 


DB 


—75° latitude. 


ET 


—35° longitude. 


BI 


—81° latitude. 


DC 


—76° latitude. 


EU 


—36° longitude. 


BJ 


—33° latitude. 


DE 


—77° latitude. 


EV 


— 37° longitude. 


BK 


—33° latitude. 


DF 


—78° latitude. ' 


EW 


—88° longitude. 


BL 


—34° latitude. 


DG 


—79° latitude. 


EX 


— 39° longitude. 


BM 


—35° latitude. 


DH 


—80° latitude. 


EY 


—40° longitude. 


BN 


—36° latitude. 






EZ 


— 41° longitude. 


BO 


— 37° latitude. 


DI 


LONGITDDE. 


FA 


—43° longitude. 


BP 


—38° latitude. 




East longitude. (J YZ 


FB 


— 43° longitude. 


BQ 


—39° latitude. 




West longitude -Qzi 


FC 


— 44° longitude. 


BR 


—40° latitude. 


DJ 


— 1° east longitude. 


FD 


— 45° longitude. 


BS 


— 41° latitude. 


DK 


— 1° west longitude. 


FE 


— 46° longitude. 



Note.— II the position to be signaled Is within a degree of the equator, or first meridian, only the minutes and seconds need 
be indicated. 

(56) 



Part I. 



LATITUDE AND LONGITUDE. 



57 



Code 




Code 




Flag 




Flag 




OVER— 


Longitude— Cont'd. 


over— 


Longitude — Cont'd. 


FG 


—47° logituude. 


HA 


— 92° longitude. 


FH 


— 48° longitude. 


HB 


— 93° longitude. 


FI 


—49° longitude. 


HO 


— 94° longitude. 


FJ 


—50° longitude. 


HD 


— 95° longitude. 


FK 


—51° longitude. 


HE 


— 96° longitude. 


FL 


—52° longitude. 


HF 


— 97° longitude. 


FM 


— 53° longitude. 


HG 


— 98° longitude. 


FN 


— 54° longitude. 


HI 


— 99° longitude. 


FO 


—55° longitude. 


HJ 


— 100° longitude. 


FP 


— 56° longitude. 


HK 


—101° longitude. 


FQ 


—57° longitude. 


HL 


—103° longitude. 


FR 


— 58° longitude. 


HM 


—103° longitude. 


FS 


—59° longitude. 


HN 


— 104° longitude. 


FT 


—60° longitude. 


HO 


—105° longitude. 


FU 


— 61° longitude. 


HP 


—106° longitude. 


FV 


— 63° longitude. 


HQ 


—107" longitude. 


FW 


—63° longitude. 


HR 


—108° longitude. 


FX 


—64° longitude. 


HS 


—109° longitude. 


FY 


— 65° longitude. 


HT 


—110° longitude. 


FZ 


—66° longitude. 


HU 


— 111° longitude. 


GA 


— 67° longitude. 


HV 


—112° longitude. 


GB 


—68° longitude. 


HW 


— 113° longitude. 


GC 


— 69° longitude. 


HX . 


— 114° longitude. 


GD 


—70° longitude. 


HY 


— 115° longitude. 


GE 


— 71° longitude. 


HZ 


— 116° longitude. 


GF 


— 73° longitude. 


lA 


—117° longitude. 


GH 


— 73° longitude. 


IB 


— 118° longitude. 


GI 


— 74° longitude. 


10 


— 119° longitude. 


GJ 


—75° longitude. 


ID 


—120° longitude. 


GK 


— 76° longitude. 


IE 


— 121° longitude. 


GL 


—77° longitude. 


IF 


— 132° longitude. 


GM 


—78° longitude. 


IG 


—133° longitude. 


GN 


—79° longitude. 


IH 


— 134° longitude. 


GO 


— 80° longitude. 


IJ 


—125° longitude. 


GP 


—81° longitude. 


IK 


—126° longitude. 


GQ 


— 83° longitude. 


IL 


—137° longitude. 


GR 


—88° longitude. 


IM 


—128° longitude. 


GS 


— 84° longitude. 


IN 


—129° longitude. 


GT* 


— 85° longitude. 


10 


— 130° longitude. 


GU 


—86° longitude. 


IP 


—131° longitude. 


GV 


— 87° longitude. 


IQ 


—133° longitude. 


GW 


—88° longitude. 


IR 


—133° longitude. 


GX 


— 89° longitude. 


IS 


—134° longitude. 


GY 


—90° longitude. 


IT 


—135° longitude. 


GZ 


—91° longitude. 


lU 


—136° longitude. 



Code 

Flag 

over — 

IV 

IW 

IX 

lY 

IZ 

JA 

JB 

JC 

JB 

JE 

JF 

JG 

JH 

JI 

JK 

JL 

JM 

JN 

JO 

JP 

JQ 

JB 

JS 

JT 

JU 

JV 

JW 

JX 

JY 

JZ 

KA 

KB 

KG 

KD 

KE 

KF 

KG 

KH 

KI 

KJ 

KL 

KM 

KN 

KO 

KP 



Longitude — Cont'd. 
— 137° longitude. 
— 138° longitude. 
— 139° longitude. 
— 140° longitude. 
— 141° longitude. 
— 143° longitude. 
—143° longitude. 
— 144° longitude. 
— 145° longitude. 
— 146° longitude. 
— 147° longitude. 
— 148° longitude. 
— 149° longitude. 
— 150° longitude. 
— 151° longitude. 
— 152° longitude. 
— 153° longitude. 
— 154° longitude. 
— 155° longitude. 
— 156° longitude. 
— 157° longitude. 
— 158° longitude. 
— 159° longitude. 
— 160° longitude. 
— 161° longitude. 
— 162° longitude. 
— 163° longitude. 
— 164° longitude. 
— 165° longitude. 
— 166° longitude. 
—167° longitude. 
— 168° longitude. 
— 169° longitude. 
— 170° longitude. 
—171° longitude. 
—172° longitude. 
— 173° longitude. 
— 174° longitude. 
—175° longitude. 
— 176° longitude. 
— 177° longitude, 
—178° longitude. 
—179° east longitude. 
—179° west longitude. 
— 180° longitude. 



DIVISIONS OF TIME, ETC. 



HOURS OF TIMK, AND MINUTES AND SECONDS OF TIME AND ABC. 

Civil time is to be understood unless the signal PHW (astronomical) is made. 



Code 




Code 




Code 




Flag 

OVER — 


Hours. 


Flag 

OVER — 


Mtoutes— Confd. 


Flag 
over — 


Seconds— Cont'd. 


KQ 
KK 


— hours. 

— 1 hour (or, 1 p. m.). 


MQ 
MR 


— 35 minutes. 
— 26 minutes. 


OL 
OM 


— 10 seconds. ' 
—11 seconds. 


KS 


— 3 hours (or, 2 p. m.). 


MS 


— 37 minutes. 


ON 


— 13 seconds. 


KT 


— 3 hours (or, 3 p. m.j. 


MT 


— 38 minutes. 


OP 


—13 seconds. 


KU 


— 4 hours (or, 4 p. m.). 


MU 


—29 minutes. 


OQ 


— 14 seconds. i 


KV 


— 5 hours (or, 5 p. m.). 


MV 


-80 minutes. 


OR 


— 15 seconds. 


KW 


— 6 hours (or, 6 p. m.). 


MW 


— 81 minutes. 


OS 


—16 seconds. 


KX 


— 7 hours (or, 7 p. m.). 


MX 


—33 minutes. 


OT 


— 17 seconds. 


KY 


— 8 hours (or, 8 p. m.). 


MY 


— 33 minutes. 


OU 


—18 seconds. 


KZ 


— 9 hours (or, 9 p. m.). 


MZ 


— 34 minutes. 


OV 


— 19 seconds. 


LA 


— 10 hours (or, lOp. m. ). 


NA 


— 85 minutes. 


OW 


—20 seconds. 


LB 


— 11 hours (or, 11 p. m.). 


NB 


— 36 minutes. 


, OX 


— 31 seconds. 


LC 


— 13 hours (or, midnight). 


NC 


— 37 minutes. 


OY 


— 32 seconds. 


LD 


— 13 hours (or, 1 a. m. ) . 


ND 


—38 minutes. 


OZ 


—23 seconds. 


LE 


— 14 hours ^or, 3 a. m. ) . 


NE 


— 39 minutes. 


PA 


— 34 seconds. 


LF 


—15 hours (or, 3 a. m. ) . 


NF 


— 40 minutes. 


PB 


—25 seconds. 


LG 


—16 hours (or, 4 a. m. ) . 


NG 


— 41 minutes. 


PC 


—36 seconds. 


LH 


— 17 hours (or, 5 a. m. ) . 


NH 


— 43 minutes. 


PD 


— 27 seconds. 


LI 


— 18 hours (or, 6 a. m. ) . 


NI 


— 43 minutes. 


PE 


—28 seconds. 


LJ 


—19 hours (or, 7 a. m. ). 


NJ 


—44 minutes. 


PF 


— 29 seconds. 


LK 


— 30 hours (or, 8 a. m. ) . 


NK 


— 45 minutes. 


PG 


—30 seconds. 


LM 


.—31 hours (or, 9 a. m. ) . 


NL 


— 46 minutes. 


PH 


—31 seconds. 


LN 


—33 hours (or, 10 a. m. ). 


NM 


— 47 minutes. 


PI 


— 33 seconds. 


LO 


—23 hours (or, 11a.m. ). 


NO 


—48 minutes. 


PJ 


—33 seconds. 


LP 


— 34 hours (or, noon) . 


NP 


— 49 minutes. 


PK 


— 34 seconds. 






NQ 


— 50 minutes. 


PL 


— 35 seconds. * 




Minutes. 


NR 


—51 minutes. 


PM 


— 36 seconds. 


LQ 


— minutes. 


NS 


— 52 minutes. 


PN 


— 37 seconds. 


LR 


— 1 minute. 


NT 


— 53 minutes. 


PO 


—38 seconds. 


LS 


— 2 minutes. 


NU 


— 54 minutes. 


PQ 


— ;39 seconds. 


LT 


— 3 minutes. 


NV 


—55 minutes. 


PR 


—40 seconds. 


LU 


— 4 minutes. 


MW 


— 56 minutes. 


PS 


— 41 seconds. 


LV 


— 5 minutes. 


NX 


— 57 minutes. 


PT 


— 43 seconds. 


LW 


— 6 minutes. 


NY 


—58 minutes. 


PU 


—43 seconds. 


TiX 


— 7 minutes. 


NZ 


— 59 minutes. 


PV 


—44 seconds. 


LY 


— 8 minutes. 




— 60 minutes. Code 


PW 


—45 seconds. 


LZ 


— 9 minutes. 




flag over kr 


PX 


— 46 seconds. 


MA 


—10 minutes. 




Degree of latitude 


PY 


— 47 seconds. 


MB 


— 11 minutes. 




KRY 


PZ 


— 48 seconds. 


MC 


— 13 minutes 




Degree of longitude 


QA 


— 49 seconds. 


MD 


—13 minutes. 




KRZ 


QB 


—50 seconds. 


MK 


— 14 minutes. 




Seconds. 


QC 


— 51 seconds. 


MF 


—15 minutes. 


OB 


— seconds. 


QD 


—53 seconds. 


MG 


— 16 minutes. 


OC 


—1 second. 


QE 


— 53 seconds. 


MH 


—17 minutes. 


OD 


— 2 seconds. 


QF 


—54 seconds. 


MI 


— 18 minutes. 


OE 


—3 seconds. 


QG 


— 55 seconds. 


MJ • 


— 19 minutes. 


OF 


— 4 seconds. 


QH 


— 56 seconds. 


MK 


— 20 minutes. 


OG 


—5 seconds. 


QI 


— 57 seconds. 


ML 


—21 minutes. 


OH 


— 6 seconds. 


QJ 


— 58 seconds. 


MN 


— 33 minutes. 


01 


—7 seconds. 


QK 


^59 seconds. 


MO 


—33 minutes. 


OJ 


—8 seconds. 




— 60 seconds. Code 


MP 


—34 minutes. 


OK 


— 9 seconds. 




flag over le 



(58) 



BAEOMETER 



[Id inches and millimeters.] 



The readings in inches and millimeters are approximate but are not equivalent to 
each other. 



signal. 


Inches. 


Millimeters. 


Signal. 


Inches. 


Millimeters. 


Code Flag ovek QM 


27.8 


706. Code Pi 


.AG OVEK SO 


39.85 


758. 


" QN 


.85 


707. 


SP 


.9 


759. 


QO 


.9 


708. 


SQ 


.93 


760. 


QP 


.93. 


709. 


SR 


.96 


761. 


QR 


.96 


710. 


ST 


30.0 


763. 


QS 


28.0 


711. 


SU 


.04 


768. 


QT 


.03 


713. 


SV 


.08 


764. 


QU 


.06 


713. 


SW 


.1 


765. 


^L 


.1 


714. 


sx 


.15 


766. 


QW 


.15 


715. • ' 


SY 


.3 


767. 


QX 


.2 


716. 


sz 


.34 


768. 


QY 


.33 


717. 


TA 


.38 


769. 


QZ 


.36 


718. 


TB 


.3 


770. 


RA 


.3 


719. 


TC 


.35 


771. 


RB 


.35 


730. 


TD 


.4 


773. 


RC 


.4 


731. 


TE 


.42 


773. 


RD 


.42 


723. 


TF 


.46 


774. 


RE 


.46 


728. 


TG 


.5 


775. 


RF 


.5 


734. 


TH 


.55 


776. 


RG 


.55 


735. 


TI 


.6 


777. 


RH 


.6 


736. 


TJ 


.63 


778. 


°RI 


.63 


737. 


TK 


.66 


779. 


RJ 


.66 


738. 


TL 


.7 


780. 


RK 


.7 


739. 


TM 


.75 


781. 


RL 


.74 


730. 


TN 


.8 


783. 


RM 


.78 


781. 


TO 


.83 


788. 


RN 


.8 


733. 


TP 


.86 


684. 


RO 


.85 


733. 


TQ 


.9 


785. 


RP 


.9 


734. 


TR 


.94 


786. 


RQ 


.94 


735. 


TS 


.98 


787. 


RS 


.98 


786. 








RT 


39.0 


737. 








RU 


.05 


738. 








RV 


.1 


739. 








RW 


.12 


740. 








RX 


.16 


741. 








RY 


.3 


743. 








RZ 


.35 


743. 








• " SA 


.3 


744. 








SB 


.33 


745. 








sc 


.36 


746. 


\ 






SD 


.4 


747. 








SE 


.44 


748. 








SF 


.48 


749. 








SG 


.5 


750. 








SH 


.55 


751. 








SI 


.6 


752. 








SJ 


.65 


758. 








SK 


.7 


754. 








SL 


.72 


755. 








SM 


.76 


756. 








SN 


.8 


757. 









(59) 



THERMOMETER. 



Signal. 


Fahren- 
heit. 


Centigrade. 


E^aumur. 


Signal. 


Fahren- 
heit. 


Centigrade. 


Reaumur. 


Code Flag 










Code Flag 








OVER 


TU 


1° 


-17° 2 


-18° 8 


OVEK WH 


44° 6 


+ 7° 


+ 5° 6 


" 


TV 


1° 4 


-17° 


-13° 6 


WI 


45° 


+ 7° 2 


+ 5° 8 


" 


TW 


2° 


-16° 6 


-13° 3 


" . WJ 


46° 


+ 7° 8 


+ 6° 2 


" 


TX 


3° 


-16° 1 


-13° 9 


WK 


46° 4 


+ 8° 


+ 6° 4 


(( 


TY 


3° 3 


-16° 


-13° 8 


WL 


47° 


+ 8° 3 


+ 6° 7 


** 


TZ 


4° 


-15° 6 


-13° 4 


WM 


48° 


+ 8° 9 


+ 7° 1 


" 


UA 


5° 


-15° 


-13° 


WN 


• 48° 35 


+ 9° 


+ 7° 25 


(( 


UB 


6° 


-14° 4 


-11° 6 


" ' WO 


49° 


+ 9° 4 


+ 7° 6 


** 


uc 


6° 8 


-14° 


-11° 3 


WP 


50° 


+10° 


+ 8° 


'* 


UD 


7° 


-13° 9 


-11° 1 


WQ 


51° 


+10" 6 


+ 8° 4 


" 


UE 


8° 


-13° 3 


-10° 7 


WR 


51° 8 


+ 11° 


+ 8° 8 


n 


UF 


8° 6 


-13° 


-10° 4 


WS 


53° 


+ 11° 1 


+ 8° 9 


" 


UG 


9° 


-13° 8 


-10° 3 


WT 


53° 


+11° 7 


+ 9° 3 


*' 


UH 


10° 


-12° 3 


- 9° 8 


wu 


53° 6 


+ 12° 


+ 9° 6 


" 


UI 


10° 4 


-13° 


- 9° 6 


WV 


54° 


+ 12° 2 


+ 9° 8 


*' 


UJ 


11° 


-11° 7 


- 9° 3 


WX 


55° 


+ 12° 8 


+10° 2 


" 


UK 


12° 


-11° 1 


- 8° 9 


WY 


55° 4 


+13° 


+ 10° 4 


" 


UL 


13° 2 


-11° 


- 8° 8 


WZ 


56° 


+13° 3 


+10° 7 


*' 


UM 


13° 


-10° 6 


- 8° 4 


XA 


57° 


+ 13° 9 


+11° r 


** 


UN 


,14° 


-10° 


- 8° 


XB 


57° 35 


+14° 


+11° 2 


*' 


uo 


15° 


- 9° 4 


- 7° 6 


XC 


58° 


+ 14° 4 


+ 11"° 6 


** 


UP 


15° 8 


- 9° 


- 7° 3 


XD 


59° 


+ 15° 


+12° 


" 


UQ 


16° 


- 8° 9 


- 7° 1 


XF, 


60° 


+ 15° 6 


+12° 4 


It 


UE. 


17° 


- 8° 3 


- 6° 7 


XF 


60° 8 


+ 16° 


+13° 8 


** 


US 


17° 6 


- 8° 


- 6° 4 


XG 


61° 


+ 16° 1 


+12° 9 


'* 


UT 


18° 


- 7° 8 


- 6° 3 


XH 


62° 


+ 16° 7 


+ 18° 3 


tt 


UV 


19° 


- 7° 3 


- 5° 8 


XI 


63° 6 


+ 17° 


+13° 6 


it 


uw 


19° 4 


- 7° 


- 5° 6 


XJ 


63° - 


+ 17° 2 


+ 18° 8 


(f 


UX 


20° 


- 6° 7 


- 5° 3 


XK 


64° 


+ 17° 8 


+14° 3 


tt 


UY 


21° 


- 6° 1 


- 4° 9 


XL 


64° 5 


+ 18° 


+14° 4 


*' 


UZ 


21° 2 


- 6° 


- 4° 8 


XM 


65° 


+18° 3 


+ 14° 7 


" 


VA 


22° 


- 5° 6 


- 4° 4 


XN 


66° 


+18° 9 


+15° 1 


" 


VB 


38° 


- 5° 


- 4° 


xo 


66° 3 


+19° 


+ 15° 4 


" 


VC 


34° 


- 4° 4 


- 3° 6 


XP 


67° 


+ 19° 4 


+ 15° 6 


" 


VD . 


34° 8 


- 4° 


- 3° 3 


XQ 


68° 


+30° 


+16° 




VE 


35° 


- 3° 9 


- 3° 1 


XR 


69° 


+30° 6 


+16° 4 




VF 


36° 


- 3° 3 


- 3° 7 


XS 


69° 8 


+31° 


+16° 8 


** 


VG 


26° 6 


- 8° 


- 3° 4 


XT 


70° 


+ 31° 1 


+ 16° 9 


'* 


VH 


27° 


- 2° 8 


- 3° 3 


XU 


71° 


+31° 7 


+ 17° 8 




VI 


28° 


- 2° 2 


- 1° 8 


XV 


71° 6 


+23° 


+17° 6 


" 


VJ 


28° 4 


- 3° 


- 1° 6 


XW 


73° 


+33° 3 


+ 17° 8 


" 


VK 


29° 


- 1° 7 


- 1° 3 


XY 


73° 


+ 32° 8 


+18° 3 




VL 


30° 


- 1° 1 


- 0° 9 


xz 


78° 4 


+28° 


+ 18° 4 


" 


VM 


30° 2 


- 1° 


- 0° 8 


YA 


74° 


+23° 8 


+ 18° 7 


*' 


VN 


31° 


- 0° 6 


- 0° 4- 


YB 


75° 


+23° 9 


+19° 1 




vo 


82° 


0° 


0° 


YC 


75° 3 


+34° 


+19° 3 




VP 


33° 


+ 0° 6 


+ 0° 4 


YD 


76° 


+34° 4 


+19° 6 




1% 


83° 8 


+ 1° 


+ 0° 8 


YE 


77° 


+35° 


+20° 




VR 


34° 


+ 1° 1 


+ 0° 9 


YP 


78° 


+35° 6 


+20° 4 




vs 

VT 

vu 


35° 


+ 1° 75 


+ 1° 3 


YG 


78° 8 


+26° 


+30° 8 


« 


35° 6 
86° 


+ 3° 
+ 2° 2 


+ 1° 6 

+ 1° 8 


YH 
YI 


79° 
80° 


+ 26° 1 
+ 26° 7 


+20° 9 
+21° 3 


" 


vw 
vx 

VY 

VZ 

WA 

WB 

WC 

WD 

WE 

WF 

WG 


37° 
37° 4 


+ 3° 8 
+ 3° 


+ 2° 3 
+ 3° 4 


YJ 
YK 


80° 6 
81° 


+27° 
+27° 2 


+21° 6 
+21° 8 




38° 


+ 8° 3 


+ 3° 7 


YL 


82° 


+27° 8 


+22° 2 


tt 
*( 


39° 

89° 25 
40° 
41° 
43° 
42° 8 
43° 
44° 


+ 8° 9 

+ 4° 
+ 4° 4 
+ 5° 
+ 5° 6 
+ 6° 
+ 6° 1 
+ 6° 7 


+ 3° 1 

+ 3° 3 
+ 3° 6 
+ 4° 
+ 4° 4 
+ 4° 8 
+ 4° 9 
+ 5° 3 


YM 

YN 

YO 

YP 

YQ 

YR 

YS 

VT 


82° 4 
88° 
84° 
84° 2 
85° 
86° 
87° 
87° 8 


+28° 
+28° 3 
+28° 9 
+29° 
+29° 4 
+30° 
+ 30° 6 
+31° 


+23° 4. 
+33° 7 
+33° 1 
+33° 3 
+23° 6 
+24° 
+24° 4 
+24° 8 



(60) 



Part I. 



THERMOMETER. 



61 



signal. 
Code Flag 

OVEli 



Fahren- 
heit. 



YU 

YV 

YW 

YX 

XZ 

ZA 

ZB 

ZC 

ZD 

ZE 

ZF 

ZG 

ZH 

ZI 

ZJ 



Centigrade. 



90° 

91° 

91° 4 

93° 

93° 

93° 3 

94° 

95° 

96° 

96° 8 

97° 



+81° 
+31° 
+33° 
+33° 
+ 33° 
+33° 
+33° 
+33° 
+34° 
+34° 
+35° 
+35° 
+36° 
+36° 
+36° 



Reaumur. 



+34° 
+35° 
+35° 
+35° 
+36° 
+36° 
+36° 
+37° 
+37° 
+37° 
+ 38° 
+38° 
+38° 
+38° 
+39° 



Signal. 



Code Flag 

OVER 



ZK 
ZL 

ZM 

ZN 

zo 

ZP 
ZQ 
ZR 
ZS 

ZT 
ZU 

zv 
zw 
zx 

ZY 



rahren- 
helt. 



98° 6 

99° 
100° 
100° 4 
101° 
103° 
103° 8 
103° 
104° 
105° 
105° 8 
106° 



Centigrade. Etoumur. 



+37° 
+37° 3 
+37° 8 
+38° 
+38° 3 
+38° 9 
+39° 
+39° 4 
+40° 
+40° 6 
+41° 
+41° 1 



+39° 6 
+39° 8 
+30° 3 
+30° 4 
+30° 7 
+31° 1 
+31° 3 
+31° 6 
+33° 
+33° 4 
+33° 8 
+33° 9 



AUXILIARY PHEASES. 

(i. e.. Phrases containing the Auxiliary Verbs, or forming sentences or parts of sentences in 

frequent use.) 



N. B.— Many of the following phrases can not be translated into foreign languages. 
They must therefore be used with great discretion when communication is being 
held with ships or signal stations not using the English language. 



AM— ARE. 



BEA 
EEC 
BED 
BEF 
BEG 



BBH 



BEI 



BEJ 
BEK 
BEL 
BEM 



BEN 
BEO 
BEP 
BEQ 
BER 
BES 



Am. I AM. 
Ami? 
Am I not ? 

—Am I to? 

— Am, Are, or, Is not. 

Am, Are, or. Is not to be bpd 

Am, Are, or. Is nottohave.-i bqd 

— Am, Are, or. Is to. 

Am, Are, or. Is to be bfc 

Am, Are, or. Is to have bqc 

How am I? bxg 

— I am not. 

If lam BYX 

If lam not-- byz 

What, or. Which am I? Cpv 

When am I to? C(jv 

Where am I (or, are we)? CSQ 

Where I am (ur, we are) ctg 

Why ami? cuy 

Are. 

— Are, or. Is his (her-s, it-s). 

— Are, or. Is my (mine). 

— Are, or, Is ours, or. Are we ? 

Are, Am, or. Is not beg 

Are, Am, or. Is not to be bfd 

Are, Am, or, la not to have bqd 

Are, Am, or. Is to beh 

Are, Am, or. Is to be bfc 

Are, Am, or. Is to have bqc 

— Are, or, Is the. 

— Are, or. Is theirs, or. Are they ? 
— Are, or. Is there — any ? 
— Are these (or, those)? 
— ^Are, or. Is with — . 
— Are, or, Is you-r-s. 
He, She, It (or persons or things indi- 
cated) had (has, or, have) done (oj-,. is, 

or, are doing) bul 

He, She. It (or persons or thing s indi- 
cated) had (has, or, have) not done 

(or, is, or, are not doing) bup 

He, She, It (or persons or things indi- 
cated) is (or, are) for bur 

He, She, It (or persons or things indi- 
cated) is (or, are) from bus 

He, She, It (or persons or thing s indi- 
cated) is (or, are) I-But 

He, She, It (or persons or things indi- 
cated) is (or, are) able to- buv 

He, She, It (or persons or things indi- 
cated) is (or, are) not buw 

He, She, It (or persons or things indi- 
cated) is (or, are) not able to bux 



BET 

BEU 

BEV 

BEW 

BEX 



Are — Continued. 

How are they? bxh 

How are you? bxi 

How is (or, are) he (she, it, or persons 

or things indicated) ? bxg 

If he (she, it, or persons or things indi- 
cated) \s (or, are) byl 

If he (she, it, or persons or things indi- 
cated) is (or, are) able to bym 

If he (she, it, or persons or things indi- 
cated) is (or, are) not byn 

If he (sho, it, or persons or things indi- 
cated) is (or', are) not able to byo 

If they are caf 

If they are not CAG 

If we are Oax 

If we are not Oay 

If you are cbq 

If you are not cbr 

Is, or. Are, he, (she, it, or persons or 

things indicated)^ bvy 

There are (or, is) Cmg 

There are (or, is) not CMH 

They are for Cnm 

— They are from. 
— They are. 
— They are not. 
— We are. 
^We are not. 

What, or. Which are (or, is)? CFW 

What, or. Which are(or', is)you-r-s ?-0PY 

What, or, Which is (or, are) he (she, it, 

orperson-s or things indicated) I.CPX 

When are (or, is)? -- CQW 

When are we? CQX 

When are you? CQY 

When he (she, it, or persons or things 

indicated) is (or, are) cej 

When is (or, are) he (she, it, or persons 

or things indicated )?--- CRN 

When they are csi 

When we are CSL 

When you are csn 

Where am I (or, are we)? cSQ 

Where are (or, is)? CSR 

Where are they ? csT 

Where are you from ? si 

Where he (she, it, or persons or things 

indicated) is (or, are) ctd 

Where I am (or, we are) ctg 

Where is (or, are) he (she, it, or persons 

or things indicated) ? cth 

Where they are cua 

Where we are (or, I am) - _ctg 



(62) 



Part I. 



AUXILIAEY PHRASES. 



63 



ARE— BE. 



BEY 
BEZ 

BPA 
BFC 
BED 
BPE 
BEG 

BFH 



BFI 
BFJ 

BPK 



BEL 
BFM 



BEN 
BEO 



BEP 
BEQ 



BER 
BES 



BET 
BFU 
BEV 
BEW 



AEe — Continued. 

Where you are _ _ cuf 

Who are {or, is)?....: .V.V.cui 

Why are (or, is)V cuz 

Why are you? .._ cva 

Why are you not?.. cvB 

— You are. 

— You are not. 

Be. Been. Being. 
—Am, Are, or, la to be. 
—Am, Are, or. Is not to be. 
—Be the. 
— Can, or May be. 

Can, or May do (or, be done) blt 

— Can, or. May have been. 
Can, or May have done (or, been done) blv 
Can, or. May he (she, it, or persons or 

things indicated) be? btk 

Can, or. May he (she, it, or persons or 

things indicated) have been ? btl 

Can, or, Maylbe? bkh 

Can, or. May it be done? blw 

— Can, or. May there be ? 
— Can not, or. May not be. 

Can not , or , May not do ( or, be done ) . blx 
— Can not, or' May not have been. 

Can not, or May not have done (or, been 

done) BLZ 

Can not, or May not he (she, it, or per- 
sons or things indicated) be ?. -\ _ btm 
Can not, or. May not he (she, it, or per- 
sons or things indicated) have been ? 

BTN 

— Could, or. Might be. 

Could, or. Might do(or, be done) ...bma 
— Could, or, Might have been. 
Could, or. Might have done (or, been 

done) BMC 

Could, or. Might he (she, it, or persons 

or things indicated) be ? bto 

Could, or. Might he (she, it, or persons 

or things indicated) not be ? btp 

— Could, or. Might not be. 

Could, or, Might not do (or, bedone)BMD 
— Could, or. Might not have been. 

Could, or Might not have done (or, been 

done) BME 

Could, or. Might there be ? 
— Had, Has, or Have been. 
Had, Has, or, Have done (or, been 

done) bmb 

Had. Has, or Have, he (she, it, or per- 
sons or things indicated) been?--BTU 
Had, Has, or. Have, he (she, it, or per- 
sons or things indicated) not been? 

BTX 

Had, or. Have I been ? 

■Had, Has, or, Have not been. 

Had, Has, or, Have not done (or, been 
done) i.--BMS 

Had, or, Have they been ? 
— Had, or, Have we been ? 

Had, or. Have you been ? 
— Having been. 

He, She, It (or persons or things indi- 
cated) can (or, may) be BUC 

He, She, It (or persons or things indi- 
cated) can not (or, may not) be.-BUE 

He, She, It (or persons or things indi- 
cated) had (has, or, have) been__-BUK 



BEX 

BEY 

BEZ 

BGA 

BGC 

BGD 

BGE 

BGE 

BGH 

BGI 

BGJ 

BGK 

BGL 

BGM 



BGN 
BGO 

BGP 
BGQ 
BGR 
BGS 
BGT 
BGU 
BGV 
BGW 



Be — Continued. 

He, She, It (or persons or things indi- 
eafed) had (has, or, have) not been.Buo 

He, She, It (or persons or things indi- 
cated) must be buz 

He, She, It (or persons or things indi- 
cated) must not be bvc 

He, She, It (or persons or things indi- 
cated) ought to be BVF 

He, She, It (or persons or things indi- 
cated) ought not to be bvg 

He, She, It (or persons or things indi- 
cated) shall (or, will) be , bvi 

He, She, It (or persons or things indi- 
cated) shall (or, will) not be bvk 

He, She, It (or persons or things indi- 
cated) should (or, would) be bvm 

He, She, It (or persons or things indi- 
cated) should (or, would) do (or; be 
done) BVN 

He, She, It (or persons or things indi- 
cated) should (or, would) not be. bvq 

He, She, It (or persons or things indi- 
cated) should (or, would) not do (or, 
be done) bvh 

He, She, It (or persons or things indi- 
cated) was (or, were) to be bvw 

He, She, It (or persons or things indi- 
cated) was (or, were) not to be. . .Bvx 

— I can (or, may) be. 

— I can not (or, may not) be. 

— I could (or, might) be. 

— I could (or, might) not be. 

— I had (or, have) been. 

— I had (or, have) not been. 

— I must be. 

— I must not be. 

—I shall (or, will) be. 

—I shall (or, will) not be. 

—I should (or, would) be. 

— I should (or, would) have been. 

— I should (or, would) not be. 

— I should (or, would) not have been. 

If it can (or, may) be done. bzr 

If it can not (or, may not) be done, .bzs 

Is, etc. (See Am. ) 

Is it not to be done? bni 

Is it to be done? bnj 

It, etc: '(See He.) 
— It can be. 

It can (or, may) be done _-BNK 

— It can not be. 

It can not (or, may not) be done bnl 

It could (or, might) be done bnm 

It could (or, might) not be done.-.BNO 
— It had (or, has) been. 

It had (or, has) been done bnp 

— It had (or, has) not been. 

It had (or, has) not been done bnq 

— It ought to be. 

It ought to be done bnr 

— It ought not to be. 

It ought not to be done bns 

—It shall (or, will) be. 

It shall (or, will) be done bnt 

— It shall (or, will) not be. 

It shall (or, will) not be done i.BNU 

— Let her be. 

Let him be bxe 

—Let them be. 



64 



AUXILIARY PHRASES. 



Part I. 



BE. 



BGX 



BGY 
BGZ 



BHA 



BHC 
BHD 



BHE 

BHF 

BHG 

BHI 

BHJ 

BHK 



BHL 



BHM 
BHN 



Be — Continued. 

— Let us be. 
May, etc. (See Can. ) 
Might, etc. (See Could.) 

Must be OEM 

Must do (or, be done) cen 

Must have been Cep 

Must not be.-- cev 

Must not do {or, be done) cbw 

— Need be. 

— Need not be. 

Not be (been, being) cen 

Not to be cen 

Not to be done CGI 

Not to be had - cgj 

Ought not to be -Chs 

Ought to be CHY 

Ought to do {or, be done) chz 

—Shall, or. Will be. 

Shall, or, Will do {or, be done) bnw 

Shall, or. Will have done {or, been done) 

BNX 

Shall, or, Will he (she, it, or, persons 
or thing -s indicated) be ? bwe 

Shall, or. Will he (she, it, or persons 
or things indicated) do (or, be done)? 

BWP 

Shall, or. Will he (she, it, or persons 
or things indicated) not be ?. bwi 

Shall, or. Will he (she, it, or persons 
or thing s indicated) not do (or, be 
done)? -.-Bwj 

—Shall, or. Will I be? 

—Shall, or. Will not be? 
Shall, or. Will not do (or, be done) -BNY 
Shall, or, Will not have done (or, been 
done) BNZ 

—Shall, or. Will there be? 

—Shall, or. Will they be ? 

—Shall, or. Will we be ? 

—Shall, or. Will you be ? 

— Shall, or, Will you not be ? 

— Should, or. Would be. 
Should, or. Would do (or, be done) .bop 

— Should, or. Would have been. 
Should, or. Would have done (or, been 
done) --- 1 BOG 

Should, or. Would he (she, it, or, per- 
sons or things indicated) be bwn 

Should, or. Would he (she, it, or persons 
or things indicated) do (or, be done)? 

BWO 

Should, or. Would he (she, it, or persons 
or things indicated) have been ?-BWQ 

Should, or, Wouldhe(she, it, or persons 
or things indicated) not be ? . ..bws 

Should, or, Would he (she, it, or persons 
or things indicated) not do (or, be 
done)? bwt 

Should, or. Would he (she, it, orpersons 
or things indicated) not have been ? 

bwv 
— Should, or. Would not be. 

Should, or. Would not do (or, be done), 

BOH 

— Should, or. Would not have been. 
Should, or. Would not have done {or, 
been done) -.BOi 



BHO 



BHP 

BHQ 

BHE 

BHS 

BHT 

BHU 

BHV 

BHW 

BHX 

BHY 

BHZ 

BIA 

BIC 

BID 

BIE 

BIF 



BIG 

BIH 

BIJ 

BIK 

BIM 

BIN 

BIO 

BIP 

BIQ 

BIR 

BIS 

BIT 

Bltr 

BIV 

BIW 



Be — Continued. 

— Should, or, Would there be ? 

That, or. This can (or, may) be ckr 

That, or, This can not (or, may not) be 

OKT 

That, or. This could (or, might) be-CKv 
That, or. This could (or, might) not be 

CKW 

That, or. This had (has, or, have) been 

CKY 

That, or. This had (has, or, have) not 

been aiKZ 

That, or. This must be Clj 

That, or, This must not be Clm 

That, or, This shall (or, will) be---CLN 
That, or. This shall (or, will) not be.CLO 
That, or. This should (or, would) be. CLP 
That, or. This should (or, would) not be, 

CLQ 

There can (or, inay) be..- cmj 

There can not (or, may not) be CMli 

There could (or. might) be CMC 

There could (or, might) not be caap 

There had (has, or, have) been ome 

There had (has, or, have) not been.CMS 

There shall (or, will) be CMV 

There shall (or, will) not be CMX 

There should (or, would) be cmz 

There should {or would) havebeen-pNA 

There should (or, would) not be cnd 

There should (or, would) not have been, 

ONE 

— They can (or, may) be. 

— They can not (or, may not) be. 

— They could (or, might) be. 

— They could (or, might) not be. 

— They had (or, have) been. 

— They had (or, have) not been. 

— They must be. 

— They must not be. 

— They ought to be. 

— They ought not to be. 

— They shall (or, will) be. 

— They shall (or, will) not be. 

— They should (or, would) be. 

— They should (or, would) not be. 

— They were to be. 

— They were not to be. 

To be CNP 

To be at ^ cnq 

To be done onr 

To be had.. . .CNS 

— Was, or, Were to be. 

— We can (or, may) be. 

—We can not (or, may not) be. 

— We could (or, might) be. 

— We could (or, might) not be. 

— We had (or, have) been. 

— We had (or, have) not been. 

— We must be. 

—We must not be. 

— We shall (or, will) be. 

— We shall (or, will) not be. 

—We should (or, would) be. 

—We should (or, would) not be. 

— We were to be. 

— We were not to be. 

When shall (or, will) be' crs 

When shall (or, will) it be done?..ORX 

When shall (or, will) you be ? csd 

Where shall (or, will) be? ctl 



I 



Part I. 



ATJXILIAEY PHRASES. 



65 



BE— CAN. 



BIX 

BIY 

BIZ 

BJA 

BJC 

BJD 

BJE 

BJP 

BJG 

BJH 

BJI 

BJK 

BJL 

BJM 

BJN 

BJO 

BJP 

BJQ 

BJR 

BJS 

BJT 

BJU 

BJV 

BJW 

BJX 

BJY 

BJZ 

BKA 

BKC 

BKD 



BKE 



BKF 
BKG 
BKH 



BKI 



BKJ 
BKL 
BKM 
BKN 
BKO 
BKP 



Be — Continued. 

Where shall {or, will) you be' 

Will, etc. (See Shall.) 
—Will it be -i 

Would, etc. (SeeSho'uld.) 
— You can {or, may) be. 
—You can not {or, may not) be. 
—You could (09', might) be. 
—You could (or, might) not be. 
—You had {or, have) been. 
—You had {or, have) not been. 
— Yoii must be. 
— You must not be. 
—You ought to be. 
— You ought not to be. 
—You shall {or, will) be.' 
—You shall {or, will) not be. 
—You should (or, would) be. 
—You should {or, would) not be. 
— You were to be. 
— You were not to be. 

By. 

— By him (his, her-s, it-s). 

— By me (my, mine. ) 

— By that {or, this.) 

—By the. 

— By them (their-s). 

— By there. 

— By these {or, those). 

— By us (our-s). 

— By what {or, which). 

— By whom {or, whose). 

— By you-r-s. 

— Me by. 

Not by... 



-CTU 



-CPO 



Can {or. May). bke 

— Can. 
Can, or. Maybe bfg 

Can, or. May do {or, be done) blt 

Can, or. May do it blu 

Can, or. May have bqe 

Can, or. May have been. bfh 

Can, or. May have done {or, been done) 

BLV 

Can, or. May have had bqf 

Can, or. May he (she, it, or person s or 
things indicated)'! btj 

Can, or, May he (she, it, or persons or 

things indicated) be? btk 

Can, or. May he (she, it, or persons or 
things indicated) have been? btl 

— Can, or. May his (hers, it-s)? 

— Can, or. May I (my, mine) ? 

— Can, or, May I be ? 

Can, or, May I have — some — ? bqg 

Can, or. May it be done? BLw 

— Can, or. May that {or, this) ? 

Can, or. May the ? hue 

Can, or, May there be? bpi 

— Can, or, May these (or, those) ? 

—Can, or. May they (their-s) ? 

— Can, or. May they not ? 
Can, or. May we (our-s) ? 
Can, or, May you-r-s ? 

— Can not, or. May not ? 

Cannot, or. May not be bfj 

Can not, or. May not do {or, be done) . blx 

Can not, or. May not do it bly 

Cannot, or, May not have bqh 



BKQ 
BKR 
BKS 



BKT 



BKU 



BKV 



BKW 



Can — Continued. 

Can not, or, May not have been bfk 

Can not, or. May not have done {or, 
been done) blz 

Can not, or. May not have had bqi 

Cannot, or. May not he (she, it, or per- 
sons or things indicated) be ? btm 

Can not, or, May not he (she, it, or per- 
sons or things indieaied) have been ? 

BTN 

He, She, It {or persons or things indi- 
cated) can {or, may) bua 

He, She, It {or persons or things indi- 
cated) can {or, may) be buc 

He, She. It {or persons or things indi- 
cated) can not {or, may not) bud 

He, She, It {or persons or things indi- 
cated) can not {or, may not) be ..bue 
How can {or, may)? ... bxj 

— I can {or, may). 

I can (or, may) be bpx 

lean (or, may) have bri 

— I can not {or, may not). 

I can not (or, may not) be bfy 

I can not (or, may not) have brj 

—I shall (or, will) if I can. 

I will do it if I can..^ lip' 

If he (she, it, or persons or things indi- 
cated) cun {or, may) byd 

If he (she, it, or persons or things indi- 
cated) cannot {or, may not) bye 

If I can {or, may) bza 

If I can not {or, may not) bzc 

If it can {or, may) be done bzr 

If it can not {or, may not) be done. .Bzs 

If they can (or may) cah 

If they can not {or, may not) cai 

If we can {or, may) _ ...caz 

If we can not {or, may not) cba 

If you can {or, may) cbs 

If you can not {or, may not) cbt 

It, etc. (See He.) 

It can be bgn 

It can {or, may) be done bnk 

It can not be _ boo 

It can not {or, may not) be done bnl 

No, I can not huz 

Nothing can {or, could) skb 

That, or, This can (o)', may) ckq 

That, or, This can {or, may) be-..-CKR 
That, or, This can not (or may not) .CKS 
That, or, This can not (or, may not) 

be ■ cKT 

There can {or, may) cmi 

There can (or, may) be .' cmj 

There can not {or, may not) cmk 

There can not {or, may not) be cml 

—They can (or, may). 

They can (or, may) be bhp 

They can (or, may) have bsp 

—They can not (or, may not). 

They can not (or, may not) be bhq 

They can not (or, may not) have ...bsg 

—We can {or, may). 

We can (or, may) be bih 

We can {or, may) have bsn 

— We can not {or, may not). 

We can not (or, may not) be ...Bij 

We can not (or, may not) have BSO 

What, or. Which can {or, may)?...cpz 
When can {or, may)? CQZ 



76,564—09- 



66 



AUXILIARY PHRASES. 



Part I. 



CAN-DO. 



BKX 
BKY 

BKZ 



BLA 
BLC 
BLD 



BLE 
BLF 

BLG 
BLH 
BLI 
BLJ 



BLK 
BLM 



Can — Continued. 

When I can {or, may) CKM 

Where can (or, may)? CSV 

Who can (or, may)? CUJ 

Why can (or, may)? huf 

Why can not {or, may not) cvd 

Yes, lean hug 

— You £an, {or, may). 

You can (or, may) be biy 

You can {or, may) have bsy 

— You can not {or, may not). 

You can not {or, may not) be biz 

Yon can not {or, may not) have Bsz 

Could {or. Might) bkz 

—Could. 

Could, or. Might be bfl 

Could, or. Might do {or, be done)--BMA 

Could, or. Might have bqj 

Could, or, Might have been bfm 

Could, or. Might have done {or, been 

done) .-- BMC 

Could, or. Might have had bqk 

Could, or, Might he (she, it, orperxon-s 

or things indicated) be? bto 

Could, or. Might he (she, it, or persons 
or thihgs indicated) not be ? btp 

— Could, or. Might his (her-s, it-s) ? 

— Could, or. Might I (my, mine)? 

— Could, or. Might not. 

Could, or, Might not be bfn 

Could, or, Might not do (or, be done)-BMD 

Could , or. Might not have bql 

Could, or. Might not have been bfo 

Could, or. Might not have done {or, been 

done) BME 

Could, or. Might not have had bqm 

— Could, or. Might that {or, this) ? 

—Could, or. Might the ? 
Could, or, Might there be ? bfp 

— Could, or. Might these {or, those)? 

—Could, or. Might they (their-s) ? 

— Could, or, Might we (our-s)? 

— Could, or. Might you-r-s ? 
He, She, It {or persons or things indi- 
cated) could {or, might) buf 

He, She, It {or persons or things indi- 
cated) could {or, might) not bug 

How could {or, might)? bxk 

— I could (or, might). 

I could (or, might) be bfz 

I could (or, might) have bek 

— I could {or, might) not. 

1 could (or, might) not be bga 

I could (or, might) not have brl 

If he (she, it, or persons or things indi- 
cated) could (or, might) - , byf 

If he (she, it, or persons or things indi- 
cated) could, or, might not byg 

If I could (or, might) bzd 

If I could (or, might) not bze 

If they could {or, might) caj 

If they could (or, might) not cal 

If we could (or, might) cbd 

If we could (or, might) not cbe • 

If you could (or, might) CBu 

If you could (or, might) not cbv 

It, etc. (See He.) 

It could {or. might) be done bnm 

It could (or, might) not be done bno 

Nothing could Skb 



BLN 
BLG 
BLP 
BLQ 



BLR 

BLS 



BLT 

BLU 

BLV 

BLW 

BLX 

BLY 

BLZ 

BMA 

BMC 

BMD 
BME 

BMF 



BMG 
BMH 
BMI 



BMJ 
BMK 
BML 
BMN 
BMO 
BMP 
BMQ 
BMB, 

BMS 

BMT 

BMU 

BMV 

BMW 

BMX 



Could — Continued. 
She, etc. (See He.) 

That, or This could (or, might) Cku 

That, or This could (or, might) be. -Cxv 
That, or This could (or, might) not be, 

CKW 

There could (or, might) cmn 

There could ( or, might) be CMO 

There could {or, might) not be cmp 

— They could {or, might). 
They could (or, might) be bhr 

-^They could (or, might) not. 
They could (or, might) not be bhs 

— We could (or, might). 
We could ()pr, might) be.- bik 

— We could {or, might) not. 

We could (or, might) not be bim 

What, or. Which could (or, might) ?-CQA 

When could (or, might)? cea 

Where could ( or, might) 1 -J csw 

Who could {or, might)? cum 

Why could (or, might)? cve 

Why could (or, might) not? cvp 

— You could {or, might). 
You could (or, might) be bja 

— You could (or, might) not. 
You could (or, might) not be bjc 

Do. Dobs. Did. Doing. Done-.-bmf 

— Can, or. May do (or, be done). 

— Can, or, May do it. 

— Can, or, Mayhave done (or, been done). 

— Can, or. May it be done? 

— Can not, or. May not do (or, be done). 

— Can not, or, May not do it. 

— Can not, or. May not have done (or, 
been done). 

— Could, or, Might do (or, be done). 

— Could, or. Might have done (or, been 
done). 

^Could, or. Might not do (or, be done). 

— Could, or. Might not have done (or, been 
done). ' 

— Do, Does, Did, Doing, Done. 
Do, Does, or. Did he (she,.it, or persons 
or things indicated) ?.. btq 

— Do, Does, or. Did his (her-s, it-s)? 

— Do, Does, or. Did I (my, mine)? 
-Do, Does, or, Did not. 
Do not let him (her, it, or persons indi- 
cated) have BTR 

—Does, or. Did that (or this)? 

— Do, Does, or. Did the? 

— Do, Does, or. Did there? 

— Do, or. Did these (or, those)? 

— Do, Does, or. Did they (their-s) ? 

— Do, Does, or. Did we (our-s) ? 

— Do, Does, or. Did you-r-s? 

— Had, Has, or. Have done (or, been 
done) . 
■Had, has, or. Have not done (or, been 

done). 
•Had, or. Have I done? 

— Had, or. Have they done? 

— Had, or. Have we done? 

— Had, or. Have you done? 
■Having done. 

He, She, It {or persons or things indi- 
cated) does (do, or, did) buh 

He, She, It (or persons or things indi- 
cated) does (do, or, did) not bui 



Part I. 



AtrXILIABY PHRASES. 



67 



DO. 



BMY 
BMZ 
BNA 
BNC 
BND 
BNE 
BNF 
BNG 



BNH 

BNI 

BNJ 

BNK 

BNL 

BNM 

BNO 

BNP 

BNQ 

BNR 

BNS 

BNT 

BNU 

BNV 



BNW 
BNX 



Do — Continued. 
He, She, It (or persons or things indi- 
cated)- had (has, or, have) done (or, 

is, or, are doing) bul 

He, She, It (or persons or things indi- 
cated) had (has, or, have) not done 

(or, is, or, are not doing) bup 

He, She, It (or persons or things indi- 
cated) should (or, would) do (or, be 

done) BVN 

He, She, It (or persons or things indi- 
cated) should (or, would) not do [or, 

be done) bvr 

How do (does, or, did)? bxl 

How do (or, did) you?. bxm 

-I do (or, di^. 
-I do (or, ai«) not. 
-I had (or, have) done. 
-I had (or, have) not done. 
— I shall (or. will) do. 
— I shall (or, will) not do. 
— I should (or, would) do. 
— I should (or, would) not do. 

I will doit if I can lip 

If he (she, it, or persons or things indi- 
cated) does (do, or, did) byh 

If he (she, it, or persons or things indi- 
cated) does (do, or, did) not ^.byi 

If I do (or, did) 1 bzf 

If I do (or, did) not- bzg 

If I were you I should not do it liq 

If it can (or, may) be done bZe 

If it can not (or, may not) be done.-BZS 

If they do (or, did) cam 

If they do (or. did) not can 

If we do (or, did) cbf 

If we do (or, did) not cbg 

If you do (or, did), cbw 

If you do (or, did) not CBX 

— Is it done? 

— Is it not to be done? 

—Is it to be done? 

It, etc. (See He.) 
— It can (or, may) he done. 
— It can not (or, may not) be done. 
—It could (or, might) be done. 
—It could (or, might) not be done. 
—It has (or, had) been done. 
—It has (or, had) not b^en done. 
—It ought to be done. 
-It ought not to be done. 
—It shall (or, will) be done. 
-It shall (or, will) not be done. 
—It will do. 
May, etc. (See Can. ) 
Might, etc. (See Could.) 

Must do (or, be done) CEN 

Must not do (or, be done)-- cew 

Not doing cfp 

Not done - cpQ 

Not to be done CGi 

Oughtl to— do? CHQ 

Ought to do (or, be done) .'. chz 

—Shall, or. Will do, (or, be done) . 
—Shall, or. Will have done (or, been done). 
Shall, or, Will he (she, it, or persons or 
things indicated), do (or, be done)? 

BWF 

Shall, or. Will he (she, it, or, persons or 
things indicated), not do (or, be done)? 

BWJ 



BNY 
BNZ 

BOA 
BOC 
BOD 
BOE 
BOF 
BOG 



BOH 
BOI 

BOJ 
BOK 
BOL 
BOM 



BON 
BOP 
BOQ 
BOE 
BOS 
BOT 



BOU 
BOV 



BOW 
BOX 
BOY 
BOZ 



Do — Continued. 

Shall, or. Will not do (or, be done) . 
—Shall, or. Will not have done (or, been 
done) . 
Shall, or. Will they do it ? 
— Shall, or, Will they not do it ? 
—Shall, or, Will you do it ? 
—Shall, or. Will you not do it ? 
— Should, or. Would do (or, be done). 
— Should, or. Would have done (or, been 
done). 
Should, or. Would he (she, it, or persons 
or things indicated) do (or, be done), 

BWO 

Should, or, Would he (she, it, or persons 
or things indicated) not do (or, be 
done) BWT 

—Should, or, Would not do (or, be done). 

— Should, or. Would npt have done (or, 
been done) . 

— They do (or, did). 

— They do (or, did) not. 

— They had (or, have) done. 

— They had (or, have) not done. 

To be done - one 

To do --- CNT 

— Was, or, Were done (or, doing). 

— Was, or, Were not done (or, doing). 

— We do (or, did). 

— We do (or, did) not. 

— We had (or, have) done, 

— We had (or, have) not done. 
What, or. Which do (does, or, did) ?. .cqb, 
What, or, Which does(do, or, did)he (she 

it,orperson-sorthingsindicated)1.cqD 
What, or, Which do (or, did) they (we, 

or,you)? — CQE 

What, or. Which shall (or, will)I (or, we) 

do? -- --CQL 

What, or. Which shall (or, will) they (or, 

you) do? CQN 

What, or. Which should (or, would) I 

(or, we) do? cqr 

What, or. Which should (or, would) they 

(or.you) do? CQS 

When do (does, or, did) ?- Ckb 

When does (do, or, did) he (she, it, or, 
persons or things indicated) 1 — ced 

When do (or, did) I (or, wej? ore 

When do (or, did) they (or, you) ?- - -Crf 

When done with ceg 

When shall (or, will) I (they, we, or, you) 

do? CEV 

When shall (or, will) it be done ?. - -CEX 

Where do (does, or, did) ? CSX 

Where do (or, did) I (or, we)? ..---. CSY 
Where do (or, did) they (or, you) ?. - -CSZ 

Who do (does, or, did) ? CUO 

Why do (does, or, did)?-- CVG 

Why do (does, or, did) not ? .- CVH 

Why do (or,did; you? -CVi 

Why do (or, did) you not? CVJ 

Will, etc. (See Shall.) 

—Will it do ? 

—Will not do. 

Will you doit? owe 

Would. (See Should.) 

—You do (or, did). 

—You do (or, did) not. 

— You had (or, have) done. 

— ^You had (or, have) not done. 



68 



AUXILIARY PHRASES. 



Part I. 



FOR— HAD, HAS, HAVE. 



BPA 
BPC 
BPD 

BPE 

BPF 

BPG 

BPH 

BPI 

BPJ 

BPK 

BPL 

BPM 



BPN 
BPO 

BPQ 

BPE 

BPS 

BPT 

BPU 

BPV 

BPW 

BPX 

BPY 

BPZ 

BQA 



BQC 
BQD 
BQE 



BQF 



BQG 
BQH 



BQI 
BQJ 



BQK 
BQL 



Fob BPA 

—For. 

—For all. 

— For him (his, her-s, it-s, or persons or 
things indicated). 

— For me (my, mine). 

— For that [or, this). 

—For the. 

— For them (their-s). 

— For these (or, those). 

— For lis (oTir-s). 

— For what {or, which). 

— For whom, (or, whose). 

— For yoTi-r-s. 
He, She, It {or persons or things indi- 
cated) is (or, are) for bur 

Not for CFR 

They are for cnm 

Was, or, Were for i cop 

Where for? cta 

From bpn 

— From. 

— From him (his, her-s, it-s, or persons or 
things indicated). 

— From me (my, mine). 

— From that {or, this). 

— From the. 

— From them (their-s). 

— From there. 

— From thi-se {or, those). 

— From us (our-s). 

— From what {or, which). 

— From whence (or, where). 

— From whom (or, whose). 

— From you-r-s 
He, She, It {or persons or things indi- 
cated) is (or, are) from bus 

Not from cfs 

They are from bet 

Was, or. Were from coq 

Where are you from? si 

Had, Has, or. Have bqn 

— Am, Are, or. Is to have. 
— Am, Are, or. Is not to have. 
— Can, or, May have. 

Can, or. May have been bph 

Can, or, May have done {or, been 

done) - blv 

— Can, or. May have had. 
Can, or. May he (she, it, or persons or 

things indicated) have been ? btl 

—Can, or. May I have — some — ? 
— Can not, or. May not have. 

Can not, or. May not have been bfk 

Can not, or. May not have done (or, been 

done) ,BLz 

— Can not. or. May not have had. 
Can not, or. May not he (she, it, or 
persons or things indicated) have 

been? ... btn 

— Could, or. Might have. 

Could, or. Might have been bpm 

Could, or. Might have done {or, been 

done) BMC 

— Could, or. Might have had. 
—Could, or. Might not have. 

Could, or. Might not have been bpo 

Could, or. Might not have done (or, been 
done) BME 



BQM 



BQN 
BQO 



BQP 



BQR 
BQS 



BQT 
BQU 



BQV 

BQW 

BQX 

BQY 

BQZ 

BRA 



BRC 
BRD 



BRE 
BRF 



BEG 



BRH 



Had, Has, or. Have — Continued. 
— Could, or. Might not have had. 
Do not let him (her, it, or persons 

indicated) have btr 

— Had, Has, or. Have. 

— Had. Has, or. Have any. 

Had, Has, or. Have been bfq 

Had, Has, or. Have done (or, been 

done) bmr 

— Had, Has, or. Have had. 
Had. Has, or. Have, he (she, it, or per- 
sons or things indicated) bts 

Had, Has, or. Have, he (she, it, or per- 
son-s or things indicated) been _ .btu 
Had, Has, or. Have, he (she, it, or per- 
sons or things indicated) had - . _btv 
Had, Has, or, Hsive. he (she, it, or .per- 
sons or things indicated) not btw 

Had. Has, or. Have, he (she. it, or per- 
sons or things indicated) not been, 

BTX 

Had. Has, or. Have, he (she, it, or per- 
sons or things indicated) not had-BTY 
Had, Has, or. Have, his (her-s, it-s). 
Had, Has, or, Have, I (my, mine) ? 

Had, or. Have I been ? bpe 

Had, or. Have I done? bmt 

— "Had, or. Have I had ? 

— Had, Has, or. Have not. x 

Had, Has, or. Have not been bfs 

Had, Has, or, Have not done (or, been 

done) bms 

—Had, Has, or. Have not had. 

— Had, Has, or. Have that (or, this). 

— Had, Has, or. Have the. 

— Had, Has, or. Have there. 

— Had, or. Have these (or, those) ? 

—Had, Has. or. Have they (them, theirs) ? 

Had. or. Have they been ? bft 

Had, or. Have they done ? bmu 

— Had, or. Have they had ? 
—Had. Has. or. Have we (our-s)? 

Had, or. Have we been bpu 

Had, or. Have we done bmv 

— Had, or. Have we had V 

— Had. Has, or. Have you-r-s. 

Had, or. Have you been ? bpv 

Had, or. Have you done ? bmw 

— Had, or. Have you had ? 

Having qpi 

Having been... bfw 

Having done bmx 

— Having had. 
He, She, It (or persons or things indi- 
cated) had (has. or, have) . buj 

He. She, It (or persons or things indi- 
cated) had (has, or, have been)._.BUK 
He, She, It (or persons or things indi- 
cated) had (has, or, have) done (or, is, 

or, are doing) bul 

He, She, It (or persons or things indi- 
cated) had (has, or, have) had . ..bum 
He, She, It (orperson-s or things indi- 
cated) had (has, or, have) not bun 

He, She. It (or persons or things indi- 
cated) had (has, or, have) not been.Buo 
He, She, It (orperson-s or things indi- 
cated) had (has, or, have) not done (or, 

. is, or, are not doing) bup 

He, She, It (or persons or things indi- 
cated) had (has, or, have) not had.BUQ 



Part I. 



AUXILIARY PHRASES. 



69 



HAD, HAS, HAVE. 



BRI 

BRJ 

BRK 

BRL 

BRM 



BRN 
BRO 



BRP 
BRQ 
BRS 
BRT 
BRU 



BRV 



BRW 



BRX 
BRY 
BRZ 



BSA 



Had, Has, or, KArrE— Continued. 
He, She, It {or persons or things indi- 
cated) should [or, would) have-..BVO 
He, She, It (or persons or things indi- 
cated) should {or, would) not have.BVS 
How had (has, or, have)? bxn 

— I can {or, may) have. 

— I can not {or. may not) have. 

— I could {or, might) have. 

— I could {or, might) not have. 

— I had {or, have). 

I had (or, have) been bgc 

I had {or, have) done ---^ bna* 

— I had {or, have) had. 

— I had {or, have) not. 

I had {or, have) not been bqd 

I had (or, have) not done bnc 

— I had (or, have) not had. 

— I shall {or, will) have. 

— I shall {or, will) not have. 

— I should {or, would) have. 

— I should {or, would) not have. 

I should {or, would) have been bgk 

I should (or, would) not have been.-BGM 
If he (she, it, or persons or things indi- 
cated) had (has, or, have) .. byj 

If he (she, it, or persons or things indi- 
cated) had (has, or, have; not byk 

If I had {or, have) bzh 

If I had {or, have) not bzi 

If they had (or, have) . cao 

If they had {or, have) not cap 

If we had {or, have) cbh 

If we had {or, hav3)not cbi 

If you had {or, have) cby 

If you had {or, have) not cbz 

Is, etc. (See Are. ) 
It, etc. (See He.) 

It has {or, had) been bgp 

It has (or,'had) been done bnp 

It has {or, had) not been bgq 

It has {or, had) not been done bnq 

Let him (her, it, or persons or things 
indicated) have bwa 

— Let them have. 
May, etc. (See Can. ) 
Might, etc. (See Could.) 

Must have -CEO 

Miist have been cep 

Must have had ceq 

Not to be had , cgj 

Ought not to have cht 

Ought to have cia 

—Shall, or. Will have. 
Shall, or, "Will have done {or, been done) 

BNX 

Shall, or. Will he (she, it, or persons or 

things indicated) have ? bwg 

Shall, or, Will he (she, it, or persons or 

things indicated) not have ? bwk 

—Shall, or. Will I have ? 
—Shall, or. Will I not have ? 
—Shall, or. Will not have. 
Shall, or, Will not have done (or, been 

done) BNZ 

She, etc. (See He.) 
—Should, or. Would have. 

Should, or, Wouldhave been bhl 

Should, or. Would have done {or, been 
done) bog 



BSC 



BSD 



BSE 



BSF 
BSG 
BSH 



BSI 
BSJ 



BSK 
BSL 
BSM 



BSN 
BSO 
BSP 



BSQ 
BSR 



BST 

BSU 

BSV 

BSW 

BSX 



Had, Has, or, Have — Continued. 
•^Should, or. Would have had. 
Should, or. Would he (she, it, or persons 

or things indicated) have 1 bwp 

Should, or, Would he (she, it,, or person-s 

or things indicated) have been . -BWQ 

Should, or,Wouldhe(she, it, or person-s 

or things indicated) not have---Bwu 

Should, or. Would he (she, it, persons or 

things indicated) not have been ?- bwv 

— Should, or. Would not have. 

Should, or. Would not have been ?_bhn 

Should, or. Would not have done {or, 

been done) boi 

— Should, or. Would not have had. 

That, or. This had (has, or, have).CKX 
That, or, This had (has, or, have)been, 

OKY 

That, or, This had (has, or, have) not 

been ckz 

There had (has, or, have) CMQ 

There had (has, or, have) been cmr 

There hadjhas, or, have) not been-CMS 
There should (or, would) have been.CNA 
There should {or, would) not have been, 

, . ONE 

— They can {or, may) have. 

^They can not {or, may not) have. 

— They had (or, have). 

They had {or, have) been.., bht 

They had (or, have) done bol 

— They had {or, have) had. 

— They had {or, have) not. 

They had {or, have) not been bhu 

They had {or, have) not done bom 

— They had {or, have) not had. 

— They should {or, would) have. 

— They should {or, would) not have. 
This, etc. (See That.) 

To be had cns 

To have cku 

— We can {or, may) have. 

— We can not {or, may not) have. 

— We had {or, have). 

We had {'or, have) been bin 

We had {or, have) done BOS 

— We had {or, have) had. 

— We had {or, have) not. 

We had {or, have) not been bio 

We had {or, have) not done bot 

— We had {or, have) not had. 

— We shall {or, will) have. 

— We shall (or, will) not have. 

— We should {or, would) have. 

— We should {or, would) not have. 
What, or, Which had (has, or, have)? 

CQP 

What, or. Which shall {or, will) I {or, 
we) have? cqm 

What, or. Which shall {or, will) they 

{or, you) have? CQO 

When had (has, or, have)? ._ ckh 

When had {or, have) you? CRi 

When shall {or, will) I have? crw 

When shall (or, will) they {or, you) 

have? --.CEZ 

When shall {or, will) we have? csa 

Where had (has, or, have)?.- ctb 

Where shall {or, will) I have? cto 

Where shall {oj; will) they {or, you) 
have? CTQ 



70 



AUXILIARY PHRASES. 



Part I. 



HAD, HAS, HAVE— HE, SHE, IT. 



BSY 
BSZ 
BTA 



BTC 
BTD 



BTE 
BTF 
BTG 
BTH 
BTI 



BTJ 

BTK 

BTL 

BTM 

BTN 

BTO 

BTP 

BTQ 

BTR 



BTS 

BTU 

BTV 

BTW 

BTX 

BTY 

BTZ 
BUA 

BUG 

BUD 



L 



Had, Has, or. Have — Continued. 

, Where shall (or, will) we have ? cte 

Which, etc. (See What.) 

Who had (has, or, have)? cup 

Why had (has, or, have) 1 CVK 

Why had (has, or, have) not? CVL 

Why had {or, have) yoti? cvm 

Why had (or, have) you not?-.. cvn 

Will it have? -,cwd 

Would, etc. (See Should.) 

— You can (or, may) have. 

— You can not (or, may not) have. 

— You had (or, have). 

You had (or, have) been bjd 

You had (or, have) done boy 

— You had (or, have) had. 

— You had (or, have) not. 

You had (or, have) not been bje 

You had (or, have) not done boz 

— You had [or, have) not had. 

— Yoti shall (or, will) have. 

— You shall (or, will) not have. 

— You should (or, would) have. 

— You should (or, would) not have. 

He BTZ 

He, She, It, or. Persons, or. Things. 
Are, or, Is, etc. (See Is.) 

— Can, or. May he (she, it, or persons or 
things indicated) ? 

— Can, or, May he (she, it, or persons or 
thing s indicated) be ? 

— Can, or. May he (she, it, or persons or 
things indicated) have been ? 

— Can not, or. May not he (she, it, or per- 
sons or things indicated) be ? 

— Can not, or. May not he (she, it, or per- 
sons or things indicated) have been? 

— Could, or, Might he (she, it, or persons 
or things indicated) be ? 

— Could, or. Might he (she, it or persons 
or things indicated) not be ? 

— Do, Does, or. Did he (she, it, or persons 
or things indicated) 1 

— Do not let him (her, it, or persons indi- 
cated) have. 
For him (his, her-s, it-s, or persons or 

things indicated) bpd 

From him (his, hers, it-s, or person s 
or things indicated) ._ bpo 

— Had, Has, or. Have, he (she, it, or per- 
sons or things indicated) 1 

— Had, Has, or. Have, he (she, it or per- 
sons or things indicated) been ? 

—Had, Has, or. Have, he (she, it, or per- 
sons or things indicated) had ? 

— Had, Has, or, Have, he (she, it, or per- 
sons or things indicated) not ? 

— Had, has, or, Have, he (she, it, or per- 
sons or things indicated) not been. 

— Had, Has, or, Have, he (she, it, or per- 
sons or things indicated) not had ? 

—He. 
He, She, It (or persons or things indi- 
cated) can (or, may). 
— He, She, It (or persons or thiiigs indi- 
cated) can (or, may) be. 
He, She, It (or persons or things indi- 
cated) can not (or. may not). 



BUE 

BUF 

BUG 

BUH 

BUI 

BUJ 

BUK 

BUL 

BUM 

BUN 
BUG 
BUP 

BUQ 

BUR 

BUS 

BUT 

BUY 

BUW 

BUX 



BUY 
BUZ 
BVA 
BVC 
BVD 
BVE 

bYf 

BVG 

BVH 

BVI 

BVJ 

BVK 

BVJ. 



He, She, It— Continued. 

— He, She, It (or persons or things indi- 
cated) can not (or, may not) be. 

— He, She, It (or persons or things indi- 
cated) could (or, might). 

— He, She, It (or persons or things indi- 
cated) could (or, might) not. 

— He, She, It (or persons or things indi- 
cated) does (do, or, did). 

— He, She, It (or persons or things indi- 
cated) does (do, or, did) not. 

— He, She, It (or persons or things indi- 
cated) had (has, or, have). 

— He, She, It (or persons or things indi- 
cated) h%d (has, or, have) been. 

— He, She, It (or person- s or things indi- 
cated) had (has, or, have) done (or, is, 
or, are doing) . 

— He, She, It (or persons or things indi- 
cated) had (has, or, have) had. 

— He, She, It (or persons or things indi- 
cated) had (has, or. have) not. 

— He, She, It (or perso^i-s or things indi- 
cated) had (has or, have) not been. 

—He, She, It (or persons or things indi- 
cated) had (has. or, have) not done 
(or, is, or. are not doing). 

— He, She, It (or person -s or things indi- 
cated) had (has, or. have) not had. 

— He, She, It (or persons or things indi- 
cated) is (or, are) for. 

— He, She, It (or persons or things indi- 
cated) is (or, are) from. 

— He, She, It (or persons or things indi- 
cated) is (or, are). 

— He, She, It (or persons or things indi- 
cated) is.(or, are) able to. 

. — He, She, It (or persons or things indi- 
cated) is (or, are) not. 

— He, She, It (or persons or things indi- 
cated) is (or, are) not able to. 
He, She, It (or persons or things indi- 
cated) may. (See Can. ) 
He, She, It (or persons or things indi- 
cated) might. (See Could.) 

— He She, It (or persons or things indi- 
cated) must. 

— He, She, It (or persons or things indi- 
cated) must be. 

— He, She, It (or persons or things indi- 
cated) must not. 

— He, She, It (or persons or things indi- 
cated) must not be. 

—He, She, It (or persons or things indi- 
cated) ought to. 

— He, She, It (or persons or things indi- 
cated) ought not to. 

— He, She, It (or persons or things indi- 
cated) ought to be. 

— He, She, It (or persons or things indi- 
cated) ought not to be. 

— He, She, It (or persons or things indi- 
cated) shall (or, will) . 

— He, She, It (or persons or things indi- 
cated) shall (or, will) be. 

— He, She, It (or persons or things indi- 
cated) shall (or, will) not. 

— He, She, It {or persons or things indi- 
cated) shall (or, will) not be. 

— He, She, It (or persons or things indi- 
cated) should (or, would). 



Part I. 



AUXILIARY PHRASES. 



71 



HE, SHE, IT. 



BVM 
BVN 

BVO 
BVP 
BVQ 
BVR 

BVS 

BVT 

BVU 

BVW 

BVX 



He, She, It— Continued. 
He, She, It (or persons or things indi- 
cated) should {or, -would) be. 
— He, She, It (or persons or things indi- 
cated) should (or, would) do (or, be 
done). 
— He, She, It (or persons or things indi- 
cated) should (or, would) have. 
— He, She, It (or persons, or things indi- 
cated) should (or, would) not. 
— He, She, It (or persons or things indi- 
cated) should (or, would) not be. 
— He, She, It (or persons or, things indi- 
cated) should (or, would) not do (or, 
be done). 
— He, She, It (or persons or things indi- 
cated) should (or, would) not have. 
— He, She, It (or persons or things indi- 
cated) was (or, were). 
— He, She, It (or persons or things indi- 
cated) was (or, were) not. 
— He, She. It (or persons or things indi- 
cated) was (or, were) to be. 
—He, She, It (or person s or things indi- 
cated) was (or, were) not to be. 
He, She, It (or persons or things indi- 
cated) will, etc. (See Shall. ) 
He, She. It (or persons or things indi- 
cated) would, etc. (See Should. ) 
How is (oi , are) he (she, it, or persons 

or things indicated)"! bxo 

How shall (or, will) he (she, it, or per- 
sons or things indicated)^ -.s^? 

If he (she, it, or persons or things indi- 
cated) can (or, may) byd 

If he (she, it, or persons or things indi- 
cated) can not (or, may not)-,---BYE 
If he (she, it, or persons or things indi- 
cated) covild (or, might) byf 

If he (she. it. or persons or things indi- 
cated) could (or, might) not byg 

If he (she, it, or persons or things indi- 
cated) does (do, or, did) byh 

If he (she, it, or persons or things indi- 
cated) does (do, or, did) not byi 

If he (she, it. or persons or things indi- 
cated) had (has, or, have) byj 

If he (she, it, or persons or things indi- 
cated) had (has, or, have) not. ..byk 
If he (she, it, or persons or things indi- 
cated) is (or, are) -.byl 

If he (she, it, or persons or things indi- 
cated) is (or, are) able to bym 

If he (she, it, or persons or things indi- 
cated) is. (or. are) not byn 

If he (she, it, or persons or things indi- 
cated) is (or, are) not able to byo 

If he (she, it, or persons or things indi- 
cated) shall (or, will) -BYP 

If he (she, it, or persons or things indi- 
cated) shall (or, will) not byq 

If he (she, it, or persons or things indi- 
cated) should (or, would) byr 

If he(she, it, or persons or.thing-s indi- 
cated) should (or, would) not bys 

If he(she, it, or persons or things indi- 
cated) was (or, were) byt 

If he(she, it, or persons or things indi- 
cated) was (or, were) not byu 

If he (she, it, or persons or things indi- 
cated) will, etc. (-See Shall. ) 



BVY 

BVZ 
BWA 



BWC 
BWD 

BWE 

BWF 

BWG 

BWH 

BWI 

BWJ 

BWK 

BWL 

BWM 

BWN 
BWO 

BWP 
BWQ 
BWR 
BWS 
BWT 

BWU 
BWV 

BWX 
BWY 



He, She, It— Continued. 
If he (she, it, or persons or things indi- 
cated) would, etc. (See Should. ) 
— Is, or. Are he (she, it, or persons or 

things indicated) 1 
—It. 

— Let him (her, it, or persons or things 
indicated) have. 
May he (she, it, etc.)? (See Can.) 
Might he (she, it, etc. ) ? (See Could. ) 
Must he (she, it, or persons or things 

indicated)'!. cek 

Ought he (she, it, or persons or things 
indicated) to? chn 

— Person-s, or, Thing-s indicated. 

— Shall, or. Will he (she, it, or persons 
or things indicated)"! 

— Shall, or. Will he, (she. it, or persons 
or things indicated) be? 

—Shall, or. Will he (she, it, or persons 
or things indicated) do (or, be done)? 

— Shall, or. Will he (she, it, or person-s 
or things indicated) have? 

—Shall, or. Will he (she, it,. or person-s 
or things indicated) not? 
Shall, or. Will he (she, it, or person-s 
or things indicated) not be? 

— Shall, or. Will he (she, it, or persons 
or things indicated) not do (or, be 
done) ? 

— Shalli or. Will he (she, it, or persons 
or things indicated) not have? 

—She. 

— Should, or. Would he (she, it, or per- 
sons or things indicated) 1 

— Should, or. Would he (she, it, or per- 
son-s or thing-s indicated) be? 

—Should, or. Would he (she, it, or per- 
son-s or things indicated) do (or, be 
done)? 

— Should, or. Would he (she, it, or per- 
son-s or things indicated) have? 

—Should, or. Would he (she, it, or per- 
son-s or thing-s indicated) have been? 

— Should, or. Would he (she, it, er per- 
son-s or things indicated) not? 

—Should, or. Would he (she, it, or per- 
sons or thing-s indicated) not be? 

—Should, or. Would he (she, it, or per- 
son-s or things indicated) not do (or, 
be done) ? 

— Should, or. Would he (she, it, or per- 
sons or thing-s indiaated) not have? 

— Should, or Would he (she, it, or person-s 
or things indicated) not have been? 
That he (she, it, or person-s or things 
■indicated) cla 

— Was, or Were he (she, it, or person-s or 
thing-s indicated)^ 

— Was, or Were he (she, it, or person-s or 
things indicated) not ? 
What, or Which does (do, or did) he 
(she, it, or persons or things indi- 
cated)"! CQD 

What, or Which is (or are) he (she, it, 
orperson-s or things indicated) ? - _cpx 
When does (did, or do) he (she, it, or 

person-s or thing-s indicated)'^ crd 

Wlien he (she, it, orperson-s or thing-s 
indicated) is (or are) -■ crj 



72 



AUXILIARY PHRASES. 



Part I. 



HE, SHE, IT— I. 




He, She, It— Contimced. 




How — Continued. 






When is (or are) he (she, it, or persons 


BXL 


—How do (does, or, did)? 






or things indicated) 1 cen 


BXM 


—How do {or, did) you? 






When shall {or, will) he (she, it, or per- 


BXN 


—How had (has, or, have) ? 






sons or things indicated)^. CRT 


BXO 


—How is {or, are) he (she, it, or persons \ 




Where he (she, it, or per sons or things 




or things indicated) 1 






indicated) is {or, are) ctd 


BXP 


— How must? 






Where is {or are) he (she, it, or persons 


BXQ 


— How ought? 






or things indicated)1 cth 


BXR 


—How shall {or, will) he (she, it, or per- \ 




Where shall (or, will) he (she, it, or per- 




sons or things indicated) ? 






sons or things indicated)''. CTM 


BXS 


—How shall {or, will) I ? 






Will ne (she, It, or persons or things 


BXT 


— How shall {or, will) we ? 






indicated) etc. 1 (See Shall.) 


BXU 


—How shall {or, will) you ? 






Would he (she, it, or persons or things 


BXV 


— How should {or, would)? 






indicated) etc. ? {See Should. ) 


BXW 
BXY 


—How was {or, were) ? 
—How will they ? 






Hek-s-self. (See Him) bxd 




I 


.. BYA 




Hm. His. Himself bxc 


BXZ 


—After I. 
Ami? 


-—EEC 




Him. His. Hers. Its. 




Am I not? 


...BED 


BWZ 


— After him (his, her-s, it). 




Am I to? 


...BEF 




Are, or, Is his (her-s, its) ..-Bek 




Can, or, May I (my, mine)? 


. - . BKG 


BXA 


— Before him (his, her-s, it-s). 




Can, or, May I be?- 


--BKH 




By him (his, hers, it-s) bjr 




Can, or. May I have— some ? 


---BQG 




Can, or, May his (her-s, it-s) ? bkf 




Could, or. Might I (my, mine)? . 


---BLC 




Could, or. Might his (her-s, it-s)?- .bla 




Do, Does, or, Did I(mv, mine)?.. 


-.BMH 




Do, Does, or, Did his (hers, it-s) ?. -Bmg 




Had, Has, or. Have I (my, mine) 


?--BQS 




Do not let him (her, it, or person indi- 




Had, or. Have I been? 


---BFR 




cated) have BTR 




Had, or. Have I done? 


...BMT 




For him (his, her-s, it-s, or persons or 




Had, or. Have I had 


...BQT 




things indicated) bpd 




How am I? 


...BXG 




From him (his, her-s, it-s, or persons 




How shall (or, will) I? 


---BXS 




or things indicated) bpo 










Had, Has, or. Have his (her-s, it-s)-BQR 


BYA 


—I. 




BXC 


—Him, His, Himself. 




lam 


— -BEA 


BXD 


— Her-s-self. 




I am not 


---BEX 




If he (his, her-s, it-s) byv 




I can {or, may) _ 


.-.BKQ 




In him (his, hers, it-s) cdj 




I can {or, may) be 


--.BFX 




Is, etc. {See Are. ) 




I can (or, may) have 


--.BRI 




It --- BVZ 




I can not {or, may not) 


...BKR 




Its-self- CDY 




I can not {or, may not) be 


- - -BFY 




Let her be - --.bgv 




I can not (or. may not) have 


---BEJ 


BXE 


— Let him be. 




I could (or, might) 


- . . BLK 




Let him (her, it, or persons or things 




I could {or, might) be 


--.BFZ 




indicated) — have bwa 




I could {or. might) have 


...BEK 




May, etc. (See Can.) 




I could (or, might) not 


...BLM 




Might, etc. (See Could.) 




I could {or, might) not be. - 


-..BGA 




Must his (her-s, it-s)? ces 




I could^ or, might) not have 


---BEL 




Not his (her-s, it-s) cft 




I do {or, did) . 


--BMY 




Of him (his, her-s, its) cgn 




I do (or, did) not-- 


. -BMZ 




On him (his, her-s, it-s) cgy 




I had {or. have) 


...BRM 




Ought his (her-s, it-s)? cho 




I had {or, have) been 


...B6C 




Shall, or. Will his (hers, its)? cis 




I had (or, have) done--- 


- -BNA 




Should, or. Would his (her-s, it s)?-CJP 




I had {or, have) had 


...BRN 




That his (her-s, its) clb 




I had {or, have) not 


...BRO 




To him (his, her-s, its) CNv 




I had {or, have) not been - --- 


— -BGD 




Was, or. Were his (her-s, it-s) cor 




I had (or, have) not done 


--.BNC 




When his (her-s, it-s) .- crk 




1 had (or, have) not had-- - 


---BRP 




Where his (her-s, it-s) cte 




I may, etc. (See Can. ) 






Will, etc. (See Shall.) 




I might, etc. (See Could.) 






With him (his, her-s, it-s)..- cwg 

Would, etc. (See Should. ) 

How BXF 




I must -- 




I must be . 


BGE 


I njust not . 


CEL 


Imustnotbe 


-BGP 


BXF 


— How. 




I ought to 


- - . CHL 


BXG 


—How am I? 




I ought not to 


--CHM 


BXH 


— How are they? 




I shall {or, will) 


.- CIO 


BXI 


-^How are you? 




I shall {or, will) be— 


.--BGH 


BXJ 


— How can {or. may) ? 




I shall {or, will) do 


BND 


BXK 


-^How could {or. might)? 




I shall {or, will) have 


---BRQ 



Part I. 



AUXILIARY PHRASES. 



73 



I— IF. 



—Continued. 

I shall (or, -will) if I can bks 

I shall (or, will) not -CIP 

I shall (or, will) not be bgi 

I shall (or, will) not do _-.bne 

I shall (or, will) not have brs 

I should (or, would) cjm 

I should (or, would) be bgj 

I should (or, would) do. bnp 

I should (or, would) have ..brt 

I should (or, would) have been bgk 

I should (or, would) not - ...CJN 

I should (or, would) not be bgl 

I should (or, would) not do bng 

I should (or, would) not have bru 

I should (or, would) not have been.BGM 

I was ---COH 

I was not coi 

I will, etc. (See Shall. ) 

I will do it if. I can lip 

I would, etc. (See Should. ) 

If I (my, mine)- byw 

If lam -\ BYX 

If I am not byz 

If I can (or, may) bza 

If I cannot (or, may not)' bzc 

If I could (or, might) bzd 

If I could (or, might) not bze 

If I do (or, did) bzf 

If I do (or. did) not bzg 

If I had (or, have) bzh 

If I had (or, have) not -_.BZi 

If I must bzj 

If I must not -BZK 

If I ought to — --.BZL 

If I ought not to BZM 

If I shall (or, will) bzn 

If Ishall (or, will) not ...bzg 

If I should (or, would) bzp 

If I should (or, would) not bzq 

If I was- -BZT 

If I was not Bzu 

If I were you I should not do it liq 

May, etc. (See Can. ) 
Might, etc. (See Could.) 

Must I (my, mine)? get 

Needl (my,mine)? -.geh 

No, I can not Huz 

Not I (my.mine) Cfu 

Ought I (my, mine)? CHP 

Ought I to— do ■? CHQ 

Shall, or, Will I (my, mine)? CIT 

Shall, or, Willi be? bhc 

Shall, or. Will I have? brx 

Shall, or. Will I not have bry 

Should, or, Would I (my, mine) ? --CjQ 

That I (my, mine) old 

Was, or. Were I (my, mine) ? cos 

Was I? COT 

Was I not? cou 

What, or. Which am I? cpv 

What, or. Which shall (or, will) I ? - -CQK 
What, or. Which shall (or, will) I (or, 

we) do?- -WCV?'^^ 

What, or. Which shall (or, will) I (or. 

We) have? cqm 

What, or. Which should (or, would) I 

(or, we) do? CQ^ 

When am I to? CQV 

When do (or, did) I (or, we)? ore 

When I (my, mine) c^l 



BYC 

BYD 

BYE 

BYF 

BYG 

BYH 

BYI 

BYJ 

BYK 

BYL 

BYM 

BYN 

BYO 

BYP 

BYQ 

BYR 

.BYS 

BYT 

BYU 

BYV 

BYW 

BYX 

BYZ 

BZA 

BZC 

BZD 

BZE 

BZF 

BZG 

BZH 

BZI 

BZJ 

BZK 

BZL 

BZM 

BZN 



I — Continued. 

When I can (or, may) crm 

When shall (or, will) I (or, we) ?.-CEU 

When shall (or, vrill) 1 have ? crw 

When shall (or, will) I (they, we, or, you) 

do? -. CRV 

Where am I (or, are we)?-- csq 

Where do (or, did) I (or, we)? csy 

Where I (my, mine) ---CTf 

Where I am (or, we are) ctg 

Where shall (or. will) I (or, we)? -.CTN 

Where shall (or, will) I have ? CTO 

Why am I? CUY 



If. 

Ishall, or, I will if lean , bks 

If he (she, it, or persons or things indi- 
cated) is (or, are). (See Is.) 

— If he (she, it, or persons or things indi- 
cated) can (or, may). 

— If he (she, it, or persons or things indi- 
cated) can not (or, may not). 

— If he (she, it, or persons or things indi- 
cated) could (or. might). 

— If he (she, it, or persons or thing s indi- 
cated) could (or, might) not. 

— If he (she, it, or person s or things indi- 
cated) does (do, or, did). 

— If he (she, it, or persons or things indi- 
cated) does (do, or, did) not. 

— If he (she, it, or persons or things indi- 
cated) had (has, or, have). 

—If he (she, it, or persons or things indi- 
cated) had (has, or, have) not. 

— If he (she, it, or persons or things indi- 
cated) is (or, are). 

— If he (she, it, or persons or things indi- 
cated) is (or, are) able to. 

— If he (she, it, or person s or things indi- 
cated) is (or, are) not. 

— If he (she, it, or person s or thing s indi- 
cated) is (or, are) not able to. 

— If he (she. it, or persons or things indi 
cated) shall (or, vnll). 

— If he (she, it, orperson-s or things indi- 
cated) shall (or, will) not. 

— If he (she, it, or persons or things indi- 
cated) should (or, would). 

— If he (she, it, orperson-s or things indi- 
cated) should (or, would) not. 

— If he (she, it, or persons or things indi- 
cated) was (or, were). 

— If he (she, it, or persons or things indi- 
cated) was (or, were) not. 

— If he (his, she, her-s, it-s). 

— If I (my, mine). 

— If I am. 

— If I am not. 

— If I can (or, may). 

— If I can not (or, may not). 

— If I could (or, might). 

— If I could (or, might) not. 

—If I do (or, did). 

—If I do (or, did) not. 

— If I had (or, have). 

— If I had (or, have) not. 

—If I must. 

— If I must not. 

—If I ought to. 

— If I ought not to. 

—If I shall (or, will). 



74 



AUXILIARY PHRASES. 



Part I. 



IF— IS. 




If — Continued.' 




In — Continued. 


BZO 


—If I shall (or, will) not. 


CDL 


— In our-s (us). 


BZP 


—If I should (or, would). 


CDM 


—In that (or, this). 


BZQ 


— ^If I should (or, would) not. 
— ^If it can (or may) be done. 


CDN 


— In the. 


BZR 


CDO 


— In them (their-s). 


BZS 


— If it can not (or, may not) be done. 


CDP 


—In these (or, those). 


BZT 


—If I was. 


CDQ 


— In what (or, which). 


BZU 


—If I was not. 


CDR 


—In you-r-s. 




If I were you I should not do it liq 




Not in Ui'v 


BZV 


—If not. 
If our-s (we) caw 






BZW 


-If so. 


CDS 


Is. 


BZX 


—If that (or, this). 




He, She, It (or persons or things indi- 


BZY 


—If the. 




cated) had (has, or, have) done (or, is, 


CAB 


—if there. 




w, are doing) bul 


CAD 


.—If these (or, those). 




He, She, It (or persons or things indi- 


CAE 


—If they (their-s). 




cated) had (has, or, have) not done (or. 


CAP 


— If they are. 




is, or, are not doing) bup 


CAG 


— If they are not. 




He, She, It (or persons or things indi- 


CAH 


— If they can (or, may). 




cated) is {or, are) but 


CAI 


—If they can not (or, may not). 




He, She, It (or persons or things indi- 


CAJ 


— If they could (or, might). 




cated) is (or, are) able to but 


CAL 


— If they could (or, might) not. 




He, She, It (or persons or things indi- 


CAM 


—If they do (or, did): 




cated) is (or, are) for buk 


CAN 


—If they do (or, did) not. 




He, She. It (or persons or things inAi- 


CAG, 


— If they had (or, have). 




cated) is (or, are) from bus 


CAP 


— If they h'ad (or, have) not. 




He, She, It (or person s or things indi- 


S^S 


—If they shall (or. will). 




cated) is (or, are) not buw 


CAR 


— If they shall (or, will) not. 




He, She, It (or persons or things indi- 


CAS 


— If they should (or, would). 




cated) is (or, are) not able to bux 


: CAT 


— If they should (or, would) not. 




How is (or, are) he (she, it, or persons 


CAU 


— If they were. 




or things indicated)'! bxo 


CAV 


— If they were not. 




If he (she, it, or persons or things indi- 


CAW 


— If we (our-s). 




cated) is (or, are) : byl 


CAX 


— If we are. 




If he (she, it, or persons or things in- 


CAY 


— If we are not. 




dicated) is (or, are) able to bym 


CAZ 


— If we can (or, may). 




If he (she, it, or persons or things indi- 


CBA 


— If we can not {or, may not). 




cated)is (or, are) not byn 


CBD 


— If we could (or, might). 




If he 'she, it or persons or thing s indi- 


CBE 


—If we could (or. might) not. 




cated) is (or, are) not able to byo 


CBF 


—If we do (or, did). 




Is, Am, or, Are to beh 


CBG 


— If we do (or, did) not. 




Is, Am, or. Are to be bpc 


CBH 


— If we had (or, have). 




Is, Am, or. Are to have bqc 


CBI 


— If we had (or, have) not. 




Is, Am, or. Are not beg 


CBJ 


—If we shall (or, will). 




Is, Am, or. Are not to be bed 


CBK 


— If we shall (or, will) not. 




Is, Am, or. Are not to have bqd 


CBL 


— If we should (or, would). 




Is, or, Are, he (she, it, or persons or 


CBM 


—If we should (or, would) not. 




things indicated)— to ? bvy 


CBN 


— If we were. 




Is, or. Are his (her-s, it-s) bek 


CBO 


— If we were not. 


CDT 


-Is it? 


CBP 
CBQ 


— If you-r-s. 
— If you are. 




Is it done? bnh 


Is it not to be done? bni 


CBR 


— If you are not. 


CDU 


—Is it so ? 


CBS 
CBT 


— If you can (or, may). 

— If you can not (or, may not). 




Is it to be done? bnj 


Is, or. Are my (mine)? bel 


CBU 


— If you could (or might). 




Is, or. Are ours, or. Are we ? bem 


CBV 


—If you could (or, might) not. 


CDV 


—Is that (or, this). 


CBW 
CBX 


—If you do (or, did). 

— If you do (or, did) not. 




Is, or. Are the ben 


Is, or. Are their-s, or. Are they ? _ . -BEO 


CBY 


—If you had (or. have). 




Is, or. Are there — any? hep 


CBZ 


— If you had (or, have) not. 




Is, or. Are with — ber 


CDA 


— If you shall (or, will). 




Is, or. Are you-r-s ? , bes 


CDB 


—If you shall (or, will) not. 




It, etc. (See He, She, It.) 


CDE 
CDF 


— If you should (or, would). 
—If you should (or, would) not. 




That, or. This is cle 


That, or. This is not clf 


CDG 
CDH 


— If you were. 
— If you were not. 




That it is clg 


That itis not clh 


There is (or, are)., cmg 


CDI 
CDJ 


In. 

—In him (his, her-s, it-s). 




There i? (or, are) not . cmh 


There is nothing -..cmt 


CDK 


— In me (my, mine). 




What, or. Which are (or, iV)?V..V. cpw 



Part I. 



AUXILIARY PHRASES. 



75 



IS-MIGHT. 




Is — Continued. ■ 




It— Continued. 






What, or. Which is [or, are) he (she, it. 




Must it-s (his, her-s)? 


— CES 




or persons or things indicated) ?-OPX 




Not it-s (his, her-s)? 


.-CFT 




What, or, Which, is (or, are) you-r-s? 




Of it-s (him, his, her-s) 


.CGN 




CPY 




On it-s (him, his. her-s) 


-COY 




What, or, Which is it? CQG 




Ought it-s (his, her-s) ? 


-OHO 




When are (or, is) ? CQW 




Shall, or, Will it (he, she)? 


-BWD 




When he (she, it, or, persons or things 




Shall, or, Will its (his, hers) ? .... 


..CIS 




indicated) is {or, are) -. crj 




Shall, or, Will they do it ? 


-BOA 




When is {or, are) he (she, it, or persons 




Shall, or, Will they not do it ? ... . 


-.BOO 




or things indicated) ? crn 




Shall, or. Will you do it ? 


..BOD 




Where are {or, is)'( csR 




Shall, or, Will you not do it? 


..BOE 




Where he (she, it, or persons or things 




Should, or. Would it-s (his, her-s) 


.-CJP 




indicated) is {or, are) ctd 




That it-s (his, her-s) 


-.CLE 




Where is {or. are) he (she, it, or persons 




That it is 


..CLG 




or things indicated) 1 cth 




That it is not 


-CLH 




Who are {or, is)? ..-Cui 




To its (him, his, her-s) 


-CNV 




Why are {m\ is)? i cuz 




Was, or. Were it-s (his, her-s)? .. 
What, or, Which is it ? ..- 


.-COR 
..CQG 




It Bvz 




When it-s (his, her-s) 

When shall {or will) it be done ?. 


-CRK 
-CRX 




(See also He, She, It, or, Pbrson-s, or. 




Where it-s (his, her-s) : 


..GTE 




Thing-s.) 




Will, etc. (See Shall.) 

Will it be? - 


..BIX 


CDW 


—After it. 




Will it do? - 


.-BOU 


CDX 


— Before it— is. 




Will you do it? 


.OWE 




By it-s (him, his, her-s) bjr 




With it-s (him, his, her-s). 


-CWG 


1 Can, or, May do it blu 




Would, etc. (See Should.) 




i Can, or. May it-s (his, her-s)? bkp 










Can, or. May it be done? blw 










Cannot, or. May not doit bly 


CDZ 


May. (See Can. ) 






Could, or. Might it-s (his, her-s) ?--BLa 










Do, Does, or. Did it-s (his, her-s) ?-.bm& 










For it-s (him, his, her-s, or persons or 




Me, My, Mine, Myself 


..CED 




things indicated) bpd 


CEA 


—After me (my, mine). 






From it-s (him, his, her-s, or persons or 




Are, or, Is my (mine).. — . 


_.BEL 




things indicated) bpo 


CEB 


— Before me (my, mine). 






Had, Has, or. Have, it-s (his, her-s) ?-BQR 




By me (my, mine) 


-.BJS 




If it-s (his, her-s, he, she) byv 




G^n, or, May I (my, mine)? 

Could', or. Might I (my, mine)^ .. 


..BKG 




If it can {or, may) be done _ - _ bz^ 




—BLC 




If it can not {or, may not) be done--BZS 




Do, Does, or. Did I (my, mine)? .. 


.BMH 




In it-s (him, his, her-s) CDJ 




For me (my, mine) 


-.BPE 




Is, or, Are it-s (his, her-s) bek 




From me (my, mine 


.-BPQ 




Is it? --- -- - ---CDT 




Had, Has, or. Have I (my, mine)? 
If I (my, mine) 


--BQS 
.BYW 


Is it done? bnh 




Ts it not to be done _ - bni 




In me (my, mine) 

Is, etc. (See Are. ) 
May, etc. (See Can.) 


..CDK 


Isitso'' - CDU 


Is it to be done ? bnj 


CDY 


—Its-self. 


CED 


— Me, My, Mine, Myself. 






It can be -BGN 




Me by 


..BKD 




It can {or, may) be done bnk 


CEF 


— Me to. 






It cannot be bgo 


CEG 


— Me with. 






It can not {or. may not) be done .. .bnl 




Might, etc. (See Could.) 






It could {or. might) be done bnm 




Must I (my, mine)? 


..GET 




It could {or, might) not be done ...bno 


CEH 


— Need I (my, mine)? 






It had {or, has) been done bnp 




NotI (my, mine) 


..CFU 




It had (or, has) not been done bnq 




Of me (my, mine) 


. .CGO 




It oufirht to be BGR 




On me (my, mine) 

Ought I (my, mine)? 


--CQZ 
--CUP 


It ought to be done.- ...bnr 




It ought not to be bgs 




Shall, or, Will I (my, mine)? 


--CIT 




It ought not to be done bns 




Should, or, Would I (my, mine)?. 


--CJQ- 




It shall (or, will) — ciQ 




Thatl (my, mine)-- 


--CLD 




It shall {or, will) be.— bgt 




Tome (my, mine) 


.CNW 




It shall {or, will) be done bnt 




Was, or, Were i (my, mine).' 


--COS 




It shall {or, will) not be bqu 




When I (my, mine) 


-.CRL 




It shall {or, will) not be done bnu 




Where i (my, mine) 


--CTF 




It will do bnv 




Will, etc. (See Shall. ) 

With me (my, mine) 


-CWH 


Let him (her, it, or persons or things 




indicated) — have -BWA 




Would, etc. (See Should.) 






May, etc (See Can.) 
Might, etc. {See Could.) 


CEI 


Might. (See Could.) 





76 



AUXILIARY PHRASES. 



Part I. 



MUST— NOT. 



CEJ 



CEK 
CEL 



CEM 
CEN 
CEO 
CEP 
CEQ 
CER 

CES 

CET 

CEU 

CEV 

CEW 

CEX 

CEY 

CEZ 

CFA 

CFB 

CFD 

CFE 



CFG 
CFH 
CFI 
CFJ 



CFK 

CFL 

CFM 



Must. 
He, She, It {or persons or things indi- 
cated) must BUY 

He, She, It (or persons or things indi- 
cated) vanat he -- -BUZ 

He, She, It {or persons or things indi- 
cated) must not BVA 

He, She, It {or persons or things indi- 
cated) must not be --- BVC 

How must? BXP 

— I must. 
I'must be bge 

— I must not. 

I must not be bgf 

If I must - BZJ 

If I must not BZK 

— Must be. 

— Must do {or, be done). 

— Must have. 

— Must have been. 

— Must have had. 

— Must he (she, it, or persons or things 
indicated) 1 

— Must his (her-s, it-s) ? 

— Must I (my, mine) ? 

— Must not. 

— Must not be. 

— Must not do {or, be done). 

— Must that {or, this)? 

—Must the? 

— Must there be? 

— Must these {or, those)? 

— Must they (their-s) ? 

— Must we (our-s)? 

— Must you-r-s? 

That, or. This must CLI 

That, or. This must be clj 

That, or. This must not clk 

That, or. This must not be «. clm 

^They must. 
They must be bhv 

— They must not. 
They must not be bhw 

— We must. 
We must be bip 

— We must not. 

We must not be biq 

What, or, Which must? cqh 

When must? cro 

Where must? ._ --.CTI 

Who must? CUQ 

Why must? _.- cvo 

— You must. 
You must be bjf 

— You must not. 
You mustijotbe bjg 

Not. 

Am I not? - BED 

Am, Is, or. Are not beg 

Am, Is, or. Are not to be bpd 

Am, Is, or. Are not to have bqd 

Can, or. May they not? bkm 

Can not, or. May not bkp 

Can not, or. May not be bfj 

Can not, or. May not do {or, be done)BLX 

Can not, or, May not do it J bly 

Can not, or, May not have - _ _ bqh 

Can not, or. May not have been bfk 

Can not, or, May not have done {or, been 
done) BLz 



Not — Continued. 

Can not, or. May not have had bqi 

Can not, or. May not he (she, it, or per- 
sons or things indicated) be? btm 

Can not, or. May not he (she, it, or 
persons or things indicated) laAve 
been? btn 

Could, or. Might be (she, it, or persons 
or things indicated) not be? btp 

Could, or. Might not bld 

Could, or. Might not be bfn 

Could, or. Might not do (or, bedone)-BMD 

Could, or, Might not have bql 

Could, or. Might not have been bpo 

Could, or, MBght not have done {or, been 
done) „--BMC 

Could, or. Might not have had bqm 

Bo, Does, or. Did not bmi 

Do not let him (her, it, or persons or 
things indicated) have btr 

Had, Has, or. Have, he (she, it, or per- 
sons or things indicated) not? --BTW 

Had, Has, or. Have, he (she, it, or persons 
or things indicated) not been? --.btx 

Had, Has, or. Have, he (she, ii,orperson^s 
or things indicated) not had? bty 

Had, Has, or. Have not bqu 

Had, Has, or. Have not been bfs 

Had, Has, or. Have not done (or, been 
done) BMS 

Had, Has, or. Have not had bqv 

He, She, It {or persons or things indi- 
cated) can not {or, may not) BUD 

He, She, It {or persons or things indi- 
cated) can not {or, may not) be - -BUE 

He. She, It {or persons or things indi- 
cated) could (or, might) not bug 

He, She, It {or persons or things indi- 
cated) does (do, or, did) not bui 

He, She, It {or persons or things indi- 
cated) had (has, or, have) not bun 

He, She, It {or persons or things indi- 
cated) had(has, or, have) not been.BUO 

He, She, It {or persons or things indi- 
cated) had (has, or, have) not done {or, 
is, or, are not doing; bup 

He, She, It (or persons or things indi- 
cated) had (has, or. have ) not had - -BUQ 

He, She, It {or persons or things indi- 
cated) is {or, are) not buw 

He, She, It (or persons or things indi- 
cated) is (or. are) not able to bux 

He, She, It, etc., may. (See Can.) 

He, She, It, etc., might. (See Could.) 

He, She, It (or persons or things indi- 
cated) must not BVA 

He, She, It (or persons or things indi- 
cated) must not be bvc 

He, She, It (or persons or things indi- 
cated) ought not to _-Bve 

He, She, It (or persons or things indi- 
cated) ought not to be bvg 

He, She, It (or persons or things indi- 
cated) shall {or, will) not -- bvj 

He, She, It {or persons or things indi- 
■ cated) shall {or. will) not be bvk 

He, She, It (or persons or things indi- 
cated) should {or, would) not bvp 

He, She, It {or persons or things indi- 
cated) should {or, would) not be-.BVQ 



Part I. 



AUXILIARY PHRASES. 



77 



NOT. 



Not — Continued. 
He, She, It {or persons or things indi- 
cated) should {or, would) not do {or, 

be done) : bye 

He, She, It {or persons or things indi- 
cated) should (or, would) nothave.Bvs 
He, She, It {or persons or things indi- 
cated) was {or, were) not Bvu 

He, She, It {or persons or things indi- 
cated) was {or, were) not to be ---Bvx 

I am not bei 

I can not {or, may not) bkr 

I can not {or, may not) be bfy 

I can not {or, may not) have brj 

I could {or, might) not blm 

I could (or, might) not be bga 

I could {or, might) not have bel 

I do {or, did) not bmz 

I had {or, have) not beo 

I had {or, have) not been bgd 

I had (or, have) not done bnc 

I had (or, have)nothad bkp 

I must not CEI 

I must not be _-BGF 

I ought not to __. CHM 

I shall {or, wil i not Cip 

I shall {or, will) not be bgi 

I shall {or, will) not do '_--BNe 

I shall {or, will) not have brs 

I should (or, would) not cjn 

I should {or, would) not be bgl 

I should {or, would) not do bng 

I should (or, would) not have bru 

I should (or, would) not have been. -BGM 

I was not -Cqi 

If he (she, it, or persons or things indi- 
cated) can not (or, may Aoi) bye 

If he (she, it, or persons or things indi- 
cated) could (or, might) not byg 

If he (she, it, or persons or things indi- 
cated) Aoes (do, or, did) not byi 

If he (she, it, orperson-s or things indi- 
cated) had (has, or, have) not byk 

If he (she, it, orperson-s or things indi- 

cated)iB (or, are) not byn 

If he (she, it, orperson-s or things indi- 
cated) is (or, are) not able to byo 

If he (she, it, orperson-s or things indi- 
cated) shall (or. will) not - — byq 

If he (she, it, or persons or things indi- 
cated) should {or, would) not bys 

If he (she, it, or persons or things indi- 
cated) was {or, were) not --- byu 

If I am not byz 

If I can not (or, may not) BZC 

If I could (or, might) not - - - bze 

If I do {or, did) not bzg 

If I had {or, have) not bzi 

If I must not— - BZK 

If I ought not to BZM 

If I shall {or, will) not bzo 

If I should (or, would) not bzq 

If I was not Bzu 

If it can not (or, may not) be done.-BZS 

If not -- BZV 

If they are not Cag 

If they can not (or, may not) cai 

If they could (or, might) not cal 

If thev did (or, do) not -CAN 

If they had (or, have) not-- cap 

If they shall (or, will) not car 



CFN 

CFO 

CFP 

GFQ 

CFR 

CFS 

OFT 

CFU 

CFV 

CFW 

CFX 

CFY 

CFZ 

CGA 

CGB 

CGD 

CGE 

CGF 

CGH 

CGI 

CGJ 

CGK 

CGL 



Not — Continued. 

If they should (or, would) not cat 

If they were not cav 

If we are not cay 

If we can not {or, may not) ---Cba 

If we could (or, might) not CBB 

If we do (or, did) not --CBG 

If we had {or, have) not _.cbi 

If we shall {or, will) not cbk 

If we should {or, would) not Obm 

If we were not cbo 

If you are not cbr 

If you can not (or, may not) cbt 

If you could {or, might) not cbv 

If you do {or, did) not Cbx 

If you had (or, have) not Cbz 

If you shall (or, will) not cdb 

If you should {or, would) not cdf 

If you were not cdh 

Is, etc. (See Are. ) 

It can not be bgo 

It can not {or, may not) be done _ _ -Bnl 
It could {or, might) not be done-..BNO 

It had {or, has) not been done bnq 

It ought not to be - bgs 

It ought not to be done bns 

It shall (or, will) not be bgu 

It shall (or, will) not be done bnu 

May, etc. (See Can. ) 
Might, etc. (See Could.) 

Must not CEU 

Must not be -.CEV 

Must not do (or, be done) CEW 

Need not be ---bgz 

Not OFM 

— Not be (been, being). 

—Not by. 

— Not doing. 

— Not done. 

— Not for. 

— Not from. 

— Not his (her-s, it-s). 

— Not I (my, mine). 

— Not in. 

—Not of. 

— Not on. 

— Not our-s (us) . 

— Not that (or, this). 

—Not the. 

— Not there. 

— Not these {or, those). 

— Not they (their-s). 

—Not to. 

— Not to be. 

— Not to be done. 

— Not to be had. 

— Not with. 

—Not your-s. 

Ought not to - ...CHR 

Ought not to be chs 

Ought not to have cht 

Person-s, or, Thii}g-s, etc. (See He. ) 
Shall, or. Will he (she, it, or persons or 

things indicated) not ? - . bwh 

Shall, or. Will he (she, it, orperson-s or 

things indicated) not be 1 --.^.-.bwi 

Shall, or. Will he (she, it, orperson-s or 

things indicated) not do (or, be done) 1 

BWJ 

Shall, or. Will he (she, it, or persons or 
s indicated) not have 1 bwk 



78 



AUXILIAKY PHEASES. 



Part I. 



NOT. 



Not — Continued. 

Shall, or. Will I not have 1 bry 

Shall, or, Will not.- ciu 

Shall, or. Will not be bHD 

Shall, or. Will not do (or, be done)lBNY 

Shall, or. Will not have bbz 

Shall, or. Will not have done (or, been 

done) - - -BNZ 

Shall, or. Will they not ? ciz 

Shall, or. Will they not do it ? boc 

Shall, or, Will we not? cjb 

Shall, or. Will you not? CJE 

Shall, or. Will you not be ? bhj 

Shall, or. Will you not do it? boe 

Should, or. Would he (she, it, or persons 

or things indicated) not ? _ .bwr 

Should, or. Would he (she, it, or persons 

or things indicated) not be ? bws' 

Should, or. Would he (she, it, or per- 
sons or things indicated) not do (or, 

be done)? bwt 

Should, or. Would he (she, it, or per- 
sons or things indicated) not have ? 

BWU 

Should, or. Would he (she, it, or per- 
son s or things indicated) not have 
been? bwv 

Should, or, Would not cjr 

Should, or. Would not be bhm 

Should, or. Would not do (or, be done) 

boh 

Should, or. Would not have BSD 

Should, or. Would not have been.-BHN 
Should, or. Would not have done (or, 

been done) .-- boi 

Should, or. Would not have had bse 

That, or. This can not (or, may not)-CKS 
That, or, This can not (or, may not) be 

CKT 

That, or. This could (or, might) not be 

CKW 

That, or, This had (has, or, have) not 

been Ckz 

That, or. This is not clf 

That it is not clh 

That, or, This must not clk 

That, or. This must not be clm 

That, or. This shall (or, will) not be-CLO 
That, or. This should (or, would) not 

be _ CLQ 

That, or. This was not :cls 

There are (or, is) not cmh 

There can not (or, may not) cmk 

There can not (or, may not) be cml 

There could (or, might) not be cmp 

There had (has, or, have) not been. cms 

There is nothing cmt 

There shall (or.'will) not ...CMw 

There shall (or, will) not be CMX 

There should (or, would) not cnb 

There should (or, would) not be .._cnd 
There should (or, would) not have been 

ONE 

There was (or, were) not .-_ cng 

They are not bev 

They can not (or, may not) bku 

They can not (or, may not) be ---BeQ 

They can not (or, may not) have -..bsg 

They could (or, might) not blo 

They could (or, might) not be bhs 

They do (or, did) not bok 



Not — Continued. 

Thev had (or, have) not bsj 

They had (or, have) not been bhu 

They had (or, have) not done bom 

They had (or, have) not had bsk 

They must not cfh 

They must not be bhw 

They ought not to cir 

They ought not to be ...bhy 

They shall [or, will) not cjg 

They shall (or, will) not be bia 

They should (or, would) not cjz 

They should (or, would) not be bid 

They should (or, would) not have._BSM 

They were Sot . cok 

They were not to be bif 

Was, or. Were he (she, it, or persons or 

thing s indicated) not— to? -Bwy 

Was I not — to? cou 

Was, or Were not-- J cov 

Was, or, Were not done (or, doing). bop 

We are not--' bex 

We can not (or, may not) bkw 

We can not (or, may not) be Bij 

We can not (or, may not) have bso 

We could (or, might) not--! blq 

We could (or, might) not be bim 

We do (or, did) not bor 

We had (or, have) not bse 

We had (or, have) not been bio 

We had (or, have) not done bot 

We had (or, have) not had ---BSt 

We must not ^ CFJ 

We must not be biq' 

We ought not to cih 

We shall (or, will) not CJl 

We shall (or, will) not be ...bis 

We shall (or, will) not have bsv 

We should (or, would) not --Ckb 

We should (or, would) not be biu 

We should (or, would) not have bsx 

We were not cpf 

We were not to be biw 

Were they not ? -_ -CPi 

Were we not? cpk 

Were you not? cpm 

Why are you not? cvb 

Why can not (or, may not) ? CVD 

Why could (or, might) not? CVF 

Why do (does, or, did) not? CVH 

Why do (or. did) you not? cvj 

Why had (has, or, have) not? cvl 

Why had (or, have) you not ? ovn 

Why not? cvp 

Why shall (or, will) not? cvs 

Why should (or, would) not? cvu 

You are not bez 

You can not (or, may not) bky 

You can not (or, may not )be biz 

You can not (or, may not) have bsz 

You could (or, might) not bls 

You could (or, might) not be BJC 

You do {or, did) not box 

You had (or, have) not btd 

You had (or, have) not been bje 

You had (or, have) not done _-.boz 

You had (or, have) not had bte 

You must not qfl 

You must not be bjg 

You ought not to '. ciK 

You ought not to be .". bji 



Part I. 



AUXILIARY PHRASES. 



79 



NOT-SHALL. 



CGM 

CGN 

CGO 

CGP 

CGQ 

CGR 

CGS 

CGT 

CGU 

CGV 

CGW 



CGX 

CGY 

CGZ 

CHA 

CHB 

CHD 

CHE 

CHF 

CHG 

CHI 

CHJ 

CHK 



CHL 
CHM 



CHN 

OHO 

CHP 

CHQ 

CHR 

CHS 

CHT 

CHU 

CHV 

CHW 

CHX 

CHY 

CHZ 



Not — Continued. 

Yon shall (or, will) not ojl 

You shall [or, will) not be bjl 

Yon shall (or, will) not have - . . btg 

Yon shonld {or, would) not cke 

You should (or, would) not be bjn 

You shonld (or, would) not have bti 

You were not cpo 

You were not to be ....bjp 

Op 

Not of 

—Of. 

—Of him (his, hers, it-s). 
— Of me (my, mine). 
-^Of our-s (us). 
—Of that (or, this). 
—Of the. 

— Of them (their-s). 
— Of these (or, those). 
— Of what (or, which). 
— Of whom (or, whose). 
^Of you-r-s. 
What, or, Which of the — ?.. 



. COM 
-OFW 



-CQI 



.CGX 
-CPX 



On 

Not on 

—On. 

— On him (his, her-s, it-s). 
— On me (my, mine). 
— On our-s (us). 
— On 'that (or, this). 

On the. 
— On them (their-s). 

On these (oj", those). 
— On what (or, which). 
—On whom (or, whose). 
— On you-r-s. 



Ought to. 
He, She, It (or persons or things indi- 
cated) ought to bvd 

He. She, It, (or persons or things indi- 
cated) ought not to bve 

He, She, It (or persons or things indi- 
cated) ought not to be byg 

He, She, It (or persons or things indi- 
cated) ought to be BYP 

How ought? -.BXQ 

— I ought to. 
— I ought not to. 

If I ought to ---BZL 

If I ought not to -- BZM 

It ought not to be bgs 

It ought not to be done bns 

It ought to be BGR 

It ought to be done bnr 

— Ought he (she, it or persons or things 
indicated) to ? 

— Ought his .(her-s, it-s) ? 

— Ought I (my, mine) 1 

—Ought I to— do ? 

— Ought not to. 

— Ought not to be. 

— Ought not to have. 

—Ought that (or, this) ? 

—Ought the ? 

— Ought these (or, those)? 

—Ought they to ? 

— Ought to be. 

— Ou^ht to do (or, be done). 



CIA 
CIB 
CID 

CIB 
GIF 



CIG 

cm 



CIJ 
CIK 



CIL 
CIM 



cm 



CIO 



Ought to — Continued. 

—Ought to have. 

—Ought we (our-s) to ? 

— Ought you-r-s to ? 

— They ought to. 

—They ought not to. 

They ought not'tobe bhy 

They ought to be bhx 

— We ought to. 

— We ought .not to. 

What, or. Which ought to ? cqj 

When ought? crp 

Where ought?.. otj 

Who ought? CUE 

Why ought? cvQ 

— You ought to. 

— You ought not to. 

You ought not to be bji 

You ought to be bjh 

OUR-S-SBLVES CIN 

— After our-s (us, we). 
Are, or. Is our-s, or. Are we ? bem 

— Before ours (us). 

By our-s (us) bjy 

Can, or. May we (our-s)? bkn 

Could, or. Might we (our-s)? bli 

Do, Does, or. Did we (our-s)? bmp 

For our-s (us) bpj 

From our-s (us) bpw 

Had, Has, or, Have we (our-s)? brd 

If we (our-s) caw 

In ours (us) ..cdl 

Is, etc. (See Are. ) 
May, etc. (See Can.) 
Might, etc. (See Could.) 

Must we (our-s)? cpd 

Not our-s (us) ...^_ CPY 

Of our-s (us) .- CGP 

On ours (us).. cha 

Ought we (our-s) to? ciB 

— Our-s-selves. 

Shall, or, Will we (our-s)?... .cja 

Should, or. Would we (our-s)? CJW 

Than we (our-s) ckj 

That we (our-s) CLW 

To our-_s (us) COB 

Was. or. Were our-s (we)?. ...cpa 

When we (our-s) csk 

Where we (our-s) cud 

Why we (our-s) cvY 

Will. etc. (See Shall.) 

With our-s (us) '. cwm 

Would, etc. (See Should.) 

Shall (or Will) cie 

He, She, It (or persons or things indi- 
cated) shall (or, will) bvh 

He, She, It (or persons or things indi- 
cated) shall (or, will) be bvi 

He, She, It (or persons or things indi- 
cated) shall (or, will) not bvj 

He, She, It (or persons or things indi- 
cated) shall (or, will) not be .bvk 

How shall (or, will) I? bxs 

Howshall (or, will)he (she, it, or persons 
or things indicated) 1 bxr 

How shall (or, will) we? bxt 

How shall (or, will) you? bxu 

—I shall (or, will). 

I shall (or, will) be ...bgh 



80 



AUXILIAKY PHBASES. 



Part I. 



SHALL. 



CIP 



CIQ 



CIE 



CIS 
CIT 



CIU 



CIV 
CIW 

CIX 
CIY 



CIZ 



Shall — Continued. 

1 shall (ok, will) do end 

I shall {or, will) have beq 

I shall (or, will) if I can bks 

— I shall (or, will) not. 

I shall (or, will) not be bgi 

I shall (or, will) not do __- bne 

I shall (or, will) not have brs 

If he (she, it, or persons or things indi- 
cated) shall (or, will) byp 

If he (she, it, or persons or things indi- 
cated) shall (or, will) not byq 

If I shall (or, will) bzn 

If I shall (or, will) not bzo 

If they shall (or, will) caq 

If they shall (or, will) not car 

If we shall (or, will) - cbj 

If we shall (or, will) not - Cbk 

If you shall (or, will) cda 

If you shall (or, will) not cdb 

— It shall (or," will). 

It shall (or, will) be bgt 

It shall (or,, will) be done bnt 

Itshall(or, will) not be bgtj 

It shall (or, will) not be done bnu 

—Shall. 

Shall, or. Will be bha 

Shall, or. Will do (or, be done) bnw 

Shall, or, Will have bew 

Shall, or. Will have done (or, been done) 

BKX 

Shall, or, Will he (she, it, or persons or 
things indicated) '? bwd 

Shall, or, Will he (she, it, or persons or 
things indicated) be? bwe 

Shall, or. Will he (she, it, or persons or 
things indicated) do (or, be done)? 

BWF 

Shall, or. Will he (she, it, or persons or 

things indicated) have? bwg 

Shall, or. Will he (she, it, or persons or 

things indicated) not ? bwh 

Shall, or, Will he (she, it, or persons or 

things indicated) not be? bwi 

Shall, or. Will he (she, it, or persons or 

things indicated) not do (or, be done)? 

bwj 
Shall, or. Will he (she, it, or persons or 

things indicated) not have? bwk 

—Shall, or. Will his (hers, its) ? 

—Shall, or. Will I (my, mine) ? 

Shall, or, Will I be?. bhc 

Shall, or, Willi have? brx 

Shall, or. Will I not have bry 

Shall, or. Will it ? (See He. ) 

—Shall, or. Will not. 

Shall, or. Will not be bhd 

Shall, or, Will not do (or, be done) .buy 

Shall, or, Will not have . - brz 

Shall, or. Will not have done (or, been 

done) --- bnz 

Shall, or. Will that (or, this) ? 

—Shall, or. Will the? 
Shall, or, Will there be? bhe 

—Shall, or, Will these (or, those) ? 
Shall, or, Will they (their-s) ? 

Shall, or, Will they be? bhf 

Shall, or. Will they do it ? _ boa 

—Shall, or. Will they not? 
Shall, or. Will they not do it? boc 



CJA 

CJB 
CJD 



CJE 



CJF 
CJG 
CJH 

CJI 



CJK 
CJL 



Shall — Contimied. 

— Shall, or. Will we (our-s) ? 

Shall, or. Will we be? bhq 

—Shall, or, Will we not? 
— Shall, or. Will you-r-s 1 

Shall, or, Will you be ? bhi 

Shall, or, Will you do it? bod 

—Shall, or. Will you not ? 

Shall, or. Will you not be? bhj 

Shall, or, Will you not do it? boe 

That, or, This shall (or, will) be.--CLN 
That, or, This shall (or, will) not be.CLO 

There shall (or, will) _ _-CMU 

There shall (or, will) be CMV 

There shall ^ or , will ) not CMW 

There shall (or, will) not be ._ cmx 

— They shall (or, will). 

They shall (or, will) be bhz 

— They shall (or, will) not. 

They shall (or, will) not be bia 

— We shall (or, will). 

We shall (or, will) be bir 

We shall (or, will) have .- bsu 

— We shall (or, will) not. 

We shall (or, will) not be bis 

We shall (or, will) not have bsv 

What, or. Which shall(or, will) I?.-CQK 
What, or. Which shall (or, will) I (or, 

we) do? CQL 

What, or. Which shall (or, will) I (or, 

we) have cqm 

What, or. Which shall (or, will) you (or, 

they) do? oqn 

What, or, Which shall (or, will) you (or, 

they) have? '. CQO 

When shall (or, will)? crq 

When shall (or, will) be? CRS 

When shall (or, will) he (she, it, or per- 
sons or things indicated) ? crt 

When shall (or, will) I (or, we)?__.CRTj 

When shall (or, will) I have? CRW 

When shall (or, will) I (they, we, or, you) 

do? JcRV 

When shall (or, will) it be done?---CRX 

When shall (or, will) they? cry 

When shall (or, will) they (or, you) 

have? cRZ 

When shall (or, will) we have? csa 

When shall (or, will) you? CSB 

When shall (or, will) you be ? csd 

Where shall (or, will)? ctk 

Where shall (or, will) be? ctl 

Where shall (or, will) he (she, it, or 

persons or things indicated)^ ctm 

Where shall (or, will) I (or, we)?-__CTN 

Where shall (or, will) I have ? OTO 

Where shall (or, will) they?-_. ctp 

Where shall (or, will) they (or, you) 

have? cTQ 

Where shall (or, will) we have ? ctr 

Where shall (or, will) you? CTS 

Where shall (or, will) you be? CTU 

Who shall (or, will)? zef 

Why shall (or, will)? cvR 

Why shall (or, will) not ? cvs 

— You shall (or, will). 

You shall (or, will) be bjk 

You shall (or, will) have btf 

You shall (or, will) not. 

You shall (or, will) not be ...bjl 

You shall (or, will) not have btg 



Part I. 



AUXILIARY PHEASES. 



81 



SHE— SHOULD. 



CJM 



CJN 



CJO 



She. (See He, She, It) bwl 

Should {or, Would) cjo 

He, She, It {or persons or things indi- 
cated) should {or, -woulcl) bvl 

He, She, It (or persons or things indi- 
cated) should {or, would) be bvm 

He, She, It, {or persons or things indi- 
cated) should {or, would) do {or, be 

done) BVN 

He, She, It (or persons or things indi- 
cated) should (or, would) have.. -BVO 
He, She, It (or persons or things indi- 
cated) should {or, would) not Bvp 

He, She, It (or persons or things indi- 
cated) should (or, would) not be -Bvq 
He, She, It (or persons or things indi- 
cated) should (or, would) not do (or, 

be done) bvr 

He, She, It (or persons or things indi- 
cated) should (or, would) not have.BVS 

How should (or, would)? Bxv 

— I should (or, would). 

I should (or, would) be bgj 

I should (or, would) do bnp 

I should (or, would) have bet 

I should {or, would) have been bgk 

— I should (or, would) not. 

I should (or, would) not be bgl 

I should (or, would) not do bng 

I should (or, would) not have bru 

I should (or, would) not have been.BOM 
If he (she, it, or persons or things indi- 
cated) should (or, would) byr 

If he {she, it, or persons or things indi- 
cated) should (or, would) not Bvs 

If I should (or, would) bzp 

If I should (or. would) not bzq 

If I were you I should not do it . . - liq 

If they should ( or, would) - - - cas 

If they should (or, would) not cat 

If we should (or, would) cbl 

If we should (or, would) not cbm 

If you should (or, would) cde 

If you should (or, would) not cdf 

It, etc. (See He, She, It.) 
She, etc. (See He, She, It.) 

-Should (or, Would). 
Should, or. Would be bhk 

Should, or Would do {or, be done).BOF 

Should, or. Would have bsa 

Should, or, Would have been bhl 

Should, or, Would have done (or, been 

done) - BOG 

Should, or. Would have had bsc 

Should, or. Would he (she, it, or per- 
sons or things indicated)'! bwm 

Should, or. Would he (she, it, or per- 
sons or things indicated) be?-. _bwn 
Should, or. Would he (she. it, or per- 
sons or things indicated) do (or, be 

done)? Bwo 

Should, or. Would he (she, it, or per- 
sons or things indicated) have-.BWP 
Should, or. Would he (she, it, or per- 
sons or things indicated) have been? 

BWQ 

Should, or. Would he (she, it, or per- 
sons or things indicated) not?--BWR 



CJP 
CJQ 
CJR 



CJS 
CJT 

CJU 
CJV 
CJW 
CJX 



CJY 
CJZ 
CKA 
CKB 



CKD 

CKE 



Should — Continued. 

Should, or. Would he (she, it, or per- 
sons or things indicated) not be ?-BWS 

Should, or. Would he (she, it, or per- 
sons or things indicated,) not do (or, 
be done)? bwt 

Should, or. Would he (she. it, or per- 
scm-s or things indicated) not have ? 

BWU 

Should, or. Would he (she, it, or per- 
sons or things indicated) not have 
been? bwv 

■Should', or, Would his (her-s, it-s) ? 
■Should, or. Would I (my, mine)? 
■Should, or. Would not. 

Should, or. Would not be bhk 

Should, or. Would not do (or, be done), 

BOH 

Should, or. Would not have bsd 

Should, or. Would not have been _-Bhn 

Should, or. Would not have done (or, 

been done) Boi 

Should, 01% Would not have had.... bse 
-Should, or. Would that (or, this)? 

—Should, or, Would the? 

Should, or^ Would there be?. bho 

Should, or. Would these (or, those) ? 

—Should, or. Would they (4heir-s)? 

— Should, or. Would we (our-s)? 

— Should, or. Would you-r-s ? 
That, or. This should (or, would)be-CLP 
That, or, This should (or, would) not be 

CLQ 

There should (or, would) . - --CMT 

There should (or, would) be. CMZ 

There should (or, would) have been.CNA 
There should (or, would) not cnb 

There should (or, would) not be CND 

There should (or, would) not have been 

ONE 

— They should (or, would). 

They should (or, would) be bic 

They should (or, would) have bsl 

— They should (or, would) not. 

They should.(or, would) not be bh) 

They should (or, would) not have, -,bsm 

— We should (oj-, would). 

We should (or, would) be bit 

We should (or, would) have bsw 

— We should (or, would) not. 

We should (or, would) not be biu 

We should (or, would) not have bsx 

What, or. Which should(or, would)? cqp 
What, or. Which should {or, would) I (or 

we) do? CQR 

What, or. Which should (or, would) you 

(or, they) do? cqs 

When should (or, would)? CSE 

Where should (or, would)? CTV 

Where should (or, would) the — ?--OTW 
Where should {or, would) they (their-s) ? 

CTX 

Who should (or,would)? cuv 

Why should (or, would)? Ovt 

Why should (or, would) not? cvu 

— You should [or, would). 

You should (or, would) be bjm 

You should (or, would) have bth 

— You should (or, would) not. 

You should (or, would) not be bjn 

You should (or, would) not have.— bti 



76564—09- 



82 



AUXILIARY PHRASES. 



Part I. 



THAN— THERE. 



CKF 

CKG 

CKH 

OKI 

CKJ 

CKL 

CKM 



CKN 
CKO 



CKP 

CKQ 

CKR 

CKS 

CKT 

CKU 

CKV 

CKW 

CKX 

CKY 

CKZ 

CLA 

CLE 

OLD 

CLE 

CLF 

CLG 

CLH 

CLI 

OLJ 

CLK 

CLM 

CLN 

CLO 

CLP 

CLCJ 

CLR 

CLS 

CLT 

CLU 

CLV 

CLW 

CLX 

CLY 

CLZ 

CMA 



Than : ckf 

—Than. 

—Than the. 

— Thau these (or, those). 

-r-Than they (their-s). 

— Than we (our-s). 

— Than which (or, what). 

— Than you-r-s. 

That .-.ckp (or, This cma) 

— After that (or, this). 

— Before that (or, this). 

By that (or, this) J _ bjt 

Can, or. May that (or, this) ? bki 

Could, or, Might that (or, this)? ble 

Does, or. Did that (or, this) ? bmj 

For that (or, ttis) _• bpf 

From that (or, this) bpr 

Had, Has, or. Have that (or, this) BQW 

If that (or, this) bzx 

In that (or, this) cdm 

Is that (or, this) CDV 

May, etc. (See Can. ) 
Might, etc. (See Could. ) 

Must that (or, this)? CEX 

Not that (or, this) _CFZ 

Of that (or,thi8) CGQ 

On that (or, this)-- chb 

Ought that (or, this)? chu 

Shall, or, Will that (or, this) ? civ 

Should, or, Would that (or, this) ? cjs 

—That. 
That, or. This can (or, may). 
■That, or. This can (or, may) be. 

— That,,or, This can not (or, may not). 

— That, or. This can not (or, may not) be. 

— That, or. This could (or, might). 

— That, or. This could (or, might) be. 

— That, or. This could (or, might) not be. 

— That, or. This had (has, or, have). 

— That, or. This had (has, or, have) been. 

— That, or. This had (has, or, have)notbeen. 

— That he (she, it, or, persons or things 
indicated). 

— That his (her-s, it-s). 

— That I (my, mine). 

—That, or. This is. 

— That, or. This is not. 

—That it is. 

— That it is not. 

— That, or, This must. 

— That, or, This must be. 
That, or. This must not. 

— That, or, This must not be. 
That, or. This shall (or, will) be. 

— That, or. This shall (or, will) not be. 

— That, or, This should (or, would) be. 
That, or. This should (or, would) not be 

— That, or. This was. 
That, or, This was not. 
That the. 

— That these (or, those). 
That they (their-s). 

— That we (our-s). 
That which (or, what). 
That with. 

—That you-r-s. 
■This. 

To that (or, this)-- coa 

Was that (or, this)-- coz 

With that (or, this) cwj 



CMB 
CMD 



CME 



CMF 

CMG 

CMH 

CMI 

CMJ 

CMK 

CML 

CMN 

CMO 

CMP 

CMQ 

CMR 

CMS 

CMT 

CMU 

CMV 

CMW 

CMX 

CMY 



The -- --- CME 

— After the — . 

— And the — . 

Are, or, Is the — .-- - ben 

Be the — bpe 

By the — -- --- bju 

Can, or. May the — ? hue 

Could, or, Might the — ? blf 

Do, Does, or. Did the — ? bmk 

For the — bpg 

From the — bps 

Had, Has, or. Have the — bqx 

If the — BZY 

In the — CDN 

Is, etc. (See Are.) 
May, etc. (See Can.) 
Might, etc. (See Could.) 

Must the — ? CET 

Not the — -- CGA 

Of the — CGE 

On the — CHD 

Ought the — ? •_ chv 

Shall, or. Will the — ? ciw 

Should, or. Would the — ? cjt 

Then the — ckg 

That the — CLT 

-The. 

To the — CNX 

Was, or. Were the — cow 

What, or, Which of the — ? CQi 

When the— CSP 

Where should (or, would) the — ? .CTw 

Where the — cty 

Will, etc. (See Shall.) 

With the— cwi 

Would, etc. (See Should.) 

Them. Their-s. (See They) cnl 

There cmf 

Are, or, Isthere^any? bep 

By there ". bjw 

Can, or, May there be bfi 

Could, or. Might there be ? bfp 

Do, Does, or. Did there? bml 

From there bpu 

Had, Has, or. Have there. --BQy 

If there. cab 

Must there be? cez 

Not there cgb 

, Shall, or, Will there be ? bhe 

Should, or, Would there be ? bho 

—There. 

— There are (or, is). 

— There are (or, is) not. 
There can (or, may). 

— There can (or, may) be. 

— There can not {or, may not). 

— There can not (or, may not) be. 

—There could (or, might). 
There could (or, might) be. 

—There could (or, might) not be. 
•There had (has, or, have). 
■There had (has, or, have) been. 
■There had (has, or, have) not been. 
■There is nothing. 
■There shall (or, will). 
■There shall (or, will) be. 

—There shall (w, will) not. 
There shall (or, will) not be. 

— There should (or, would). 



Part I. 



AUXILIARY PHRASES. 



83 



THERE— THEY. 



CMZ 
CNA 
CNB 
CND 

CNE 
CNF 
CNG 



CNH 



CNI 



CNJ 
CNK 



There — Cmitinued. 
—There should (or, would) he. 
—There should (or,. would) have been. 
— There should (or, would) not. 
— There should (or, would) not be. 
—There should (or, would) not have been. 
— There was (or, were). 
— There was (or, were) not. 
Was, or, Were there? cox 

These. Those _ cni 

— After these (or, those). 

Are these (or, those) beq 

By these (or, those) ._ bjx 

Can, or. May these (or, those) ? bkj 

Could, or, Might these (or, those) ?-Blg 

Do, or, Did these (or, those)? bmn 

For these (or, those) bpi 

From these (or, those) bpv 

Had, or. Have these (or, those) ? . . -BQZ 

If these (or, those) cad 

In these (or, those) Cdp 

May, etc. (See Can.) 
Might, etc. (See Could.) 

Must these (or, those)? cpa 

Not these (or, those) cgd 

Of these (or, those) CGT 

On these (or, those) chp 

Ought these (or, those)? CHW 

Shall, or. Will these (or, those)? ...cix 
Should, or. Would these (or, those)? -CJU 

Than these (or, those) ^okh 

That these (or, those) clu 

—These, Those. 

To these (or, those) Cnz 

Were these (or, those) cpg 

When these (or, those) CSG 

Will, etc. (See Shall.) 

With these (or, those) cwl 

Would, etc. (See Should.) 

They. Them. Thehis cnl 

— After they (them, theirs). 
Are, or. Is thetr-s, or. Are they? ._-Beo 

—Before them (their-s, they). 

By them (their-s) ^ .'....bjv 

Can, or. May they (their-s)?- bkl 

Can, or. May they not? bkm 

Could, or. Might they (their-s)? blh 

Do, Does, or. Did they (theirs)? bmo 

For them (their-s) bph 

From them (their-s) --Bpt 

Had, Has, or, Havethey(them, their-s)BRA 

Had, or , Have they been ? bft 

Had, or. Have they done ? - - - - bmu 

Had, or, Have they had? -.- bec 

How are they? bxh 

How will they?- bxy 

If they (their-s) cae 

If they are cap 

If they are not cag 

If they can (or, may) cah 

If they can not (or, may not) Cai 

If they could (or. might) caj 

If they could (or, might) not cal 

If they do (or, did) - CAM 

If they do (or, did) not can 

If they had (or, have) cao 

If they had (or, have) not cap 

If they shall (or, will) -Caq 

If they shall (or, vidll) not CAR 



CNL 

CNM 



They— Continued. 

If they should (or, would) gas 

If they should (or, would) not cat 

If they were cau 

If they were not- - oav 

In them (their-s) -- cdo 

Is, etc. (See Are. ) 

Let them be bgw 

Let them have brv 

Most of them -- sax 

Must they (their-s)? cfb 

Not they (their-s) cgb 

Of them (their-s) -..cos 

On them (their-s) chE 

Ought they to? - cnx 

Shall, or. Will they (their-s) ? CIY 

Shall, or. Will they be? bhf 

Shall, or. Will they do it ? boa 

Shall, or, Willtheynot? ciz 

Shall, or, Will they not do it? boo 

Should, or, Would they (their-s) ?.-CJV 

Then they (their-s) ---OKI 

That they (their-s) clv 

—They. Them. Their-s. 

— They are for. 

They are from... bet 

They are beu 

They are not bev 

They can (or, may) -BKT 

They can (or, may) be bhp 

They can (or, may) have bsp 

They can not (or, may not) --BKU 

They can not (or, may not) be bhq 

They can not (or, may not) have---BSG 

They could (or, might) bln 

They could (or, might) be bhr 

They could (or, might) not BLO 

They could (or, might) not be bhs 

They do (or, did) boj 

They do (or,did) not bok 

They had (or, have)--- bsh 

They had(or, have) been bht 

They had (or, have) done bol 

They had (or, have) had bsi 

They had (or, have) not bsj 

They had (or, have) not been bhu 

They had (or, have) not done bom 

They had (or, have) not had bsk 

They must cpg 

They must be .- bhv 

They mu^t not Cph 

They must not be bhw 

They ought to CIE 

They ought not to eip 

They ought to be -— bhx 

They ousht not to be / bhy 

They shall (or, will) CJP 

They shall (or, will) be bhz 

They shall (or, will) not CJG 

They shall (or, will) not be bia 

They should (or, would) cjy 

They should (or, would) be bio 

They should (or, would) have bsl 

They should (or, would) not cjz 

They should (or; would) not be bid 

They should (or. would) not have. --BSM 

They were,.. coj 

They were not.. cok 

They were to be. .. -- - bie 

They were not to be bip 

To them (their-s) cny 



84 



AUXILIARY PHRASES. 



Part 1. 



THEY— WAS. 



CNO 

CNP 

CNQ 

CNR 

CNS 

CNT 

CNU 

CNV 

CNW 

CNX 

CNY 

CNZ 

COA 

COB 

COD 

COE 

COF 



COG 






They — Continued. 

Was, or, Weretbey (their-s) coy 

Were they? cph 

Were they not? CPi 

What, or. Which do {or, did) they (we, 

or, you) ? -- CQE 

What, or, Which shall (or, will) they 

{or, you) do? cqn 

What, or. Which shall {or, will) they 

{or, you) have--- CQO 

What, or, Which should {or, would) they 

{or, you) do? CQS 

When do {or, did) they (or, you) ?..crf 
When shall (or, will) I (they, we, or, you) 

do? CRV 

When shall {or, will) they ? cry 

When shall {or, will) they {or, you) 

have? CRZ 

When they (their-s) CSH 

When they are. CSI 

Where are they ? CST 

Where do {or, did) they {or, you) ?--CSZ 

Where shall {or, will) they ?- - ctp 

Where shall {or, will) they (or, you) 

have ? 1 CTQ 

Where should (or, would) they (their-s) ? 

CTX 

Where they (their-s) ctz 

Where they are cua 

Why they (their-s) ? cvw 

With them (their-s) _cwk 

This. (See That) cma 

Those. (See These) cni 

To — -CNO 

Am I to? BEP 

Am, Is, or. Are to beh 

-To. 

—To be. 

—To be at. 

— To be done. 

—To be had . 

—To do. 

— To have. 

— To him (his, her-s, it-s). 

— To me (my, mine). 

—To the. 

— To them (their-s). 

— To these (oi; those). 

—To this (or, that). 

— To us.(our-s). 

To which (or, what). 

To whom (or, whose). 
— To you-r-s. 

Me to cef 

Not to CGF 

Not to be CGH 

Not to be done -.CGI 

Not to be had ' cgj 

Us. (See Ours. ) 

Was {or, Webte) com 

He, She, It (or persons or things-s in- 
dicated) was (or, were) bvt 

He, She, It (or persons or things in- 
dicated) was (or, were) to be bvw 

He, She, It (or persons or thing s in- 
dicated) was (or, were) not Bvu 



COH 
COI 



COJ 
COK 



COM 

COP 
COQ 



COR 
COS 
COT 
COU 
COV 

COW 
COX 
COY 
COZ 

CPA 
CPB 
CPD 
CPE 
CPF 



CPG 

CPH 

CPI 

CPJ 

CPK 

CPL 

CPM 



CPN 
CPO 



Was — Continued. 
He, She, It (or persons or things indi- 
cated) was (or, were) not to be.-BVX 
How was (or, were) ? bxw 

— I was. 

— I was not. 
If he (she, it, or persons or things indi- 
cated) was (or, were) byt 

If he(she, it, or person-s or things indi 

eated) was(o?-, were)not byu 

If I was bzt 

If I was not Bztj 

If they were cau 

If they were not cav 

If we were cbn 

If we were not cbo 

If you were cdg 

If you were not cdh 

That, or, This was clr 

That, or. This was not CLS 

There was(or, were) -_ cnf 

There was (or, were)not cng 

— They were. 

— They were not. 

They were not to be bif 

They were to be bie 

— Was, or. Were. 
Was, or. Were done {01; doing) bon 

— Was, or. Were for. 

— Was, or. Were from. 
Was, or. Were he (she, it, or persons or 

things indicated) ?. bwx 

Was, or. Were he (she, it, or persons or 
things indicated) not ? bwy 

— Was, or, Were his (her-s, it-s)? 

— Was, or, Were I (my, mine)? 

—Was I? 

—Was I not ? 

—Was, or, Were not. 
Was, or. Were not done (or, doing) . -BOP 

—Was, or. Were the. 

— Was, or, Were there. 

—Was, or. Were they (their-s). 

—Was this (or, that). 
Was, or, Were to be big 

—Was, or. Were our-s (we)? 

—Was, or, Were with. 

—Was, or. Were you-r s. 

—We were. 

—We were not. 

We were to be-.. biv 

We were not to be biw 

—Were these (or, those). 

—Were they ? 

—Were they not ? 

—Were we ? 

—Were we not ? 

—Were you ? 

—Were you not ? 
What, or, Which was (or, were)?...CQT 

When was (or, were)? csj 

Where was (or, were)? cub 

Who was (or, were)? cuw 

Why was (or, were)? cvx 

Why were you? ovz 

—You were. 

—You were not. 

You were to be .- bjo 

You were not to be bjp 



Part I. 



AUXILIARY PHRASES. 



85 



WE— WHAT. 



CPQ 



We. (See aZso Ours) cpq 

After we (our-s, us) -".V.V-.cil 

Are, or, Is our-s, or, Are we? bem 

Can, or. May we (our-s)? bkn 

Could, or. Might we (our-s) ? bli 

Do, Does, or. Did we (our-s)? bmp 

Had, Has, or, Have we (our-s)? brd 

Had, or. Have we been? -.bfu 

Had, or, Have we done? bmv 

Had, or. Have we had? bee 

How shall {or, will) we ? bxt 

If we (our-s) caw 

If we are _.. cax 

If we are not cay 

If we can (or, may) caz 

If we can not (or. may not) cba 

If we could (or, might) cbd 

If we could {or, might) not cbe 

If we do {or, did) .-. cbf 

If we do {or, did) not ---CB« 

If we had {or, have) cbh 

If we had {or, have) not cbi 

If we shall {or, will) cbj 

If we shall {or, will) not cbk 

If we should {or, would) cbl 

If we should {or, would) not cbm 

If we were cbn 

If we were not cbo 

May, etc. (See Can. ) 
Might, etc. (See Could.) 

Must we (our-s)? cpd 

Ought we (our-s) to? cib 

Shall, or, Will we (our-s)? cja 

Shall, or, Will we be? bhg 

Shall, or. Will we not? cjb 

Should, or. Would we (our-s)? cjw 

Than we (our-s) ckj 

That we (our-s) ^ CLW 

Was, or. Were our-s (we)? cpa 

—We. 

We are bew 

We are not , hex 

We can {or, may) bkv 

We can {or, may) be bih 

We can {or, may) have bsn 

We can not {or, may not) - - . . bkw 

We can not {or, may not) be bij 

We can not {or, may not) have bso 

We could (or, might)' blp 

We could {or, might) be bik 

We could {or, might) not blq 

We could {or, might) not be -Bim 

We do {or, did).. boq 

We do {or, did) not bor 

We had {or, have) bsp 

We had {or, have) been bin 

We had (or, have) done - bos 

We had {or, have) had bsq 

We had {or, have) not bsr 

We had {or, have) not been bio 

We had {or, have) not done bot 

We had {or. have) not had -.bst 

We may, etc. (See Can. ) 
We might, etc. (See Could. ) 

We must CPi 

We must be bip 

We must not cfj 

We must not be -^ biq 

We ought to -CIG 

We ought not to cm 

We shall (or, will) -.cjh 



CPR 



OPS 
CPT 



CPU 
CPV 
CPW 
CPX 

CPY 
CPZ 
CQA 
CQB 
CQD 



We — Continued. 

We shall {or, will) be --.bir 

We shall {or, will) have .bsu 

We shall {or, will) not CJI 

We shall (or, will) not be bis 

We shall (or, will) not have --.bsv 

We should (or, would) cka 

We should (or, would) be .- bit 

We should (or, would) have bsw 

We should (or, would) not ckb 

We should (or, would) not be biu 

We should (or, would) Viot have bsx 

We were cpe 

We were not cpf 

We were not to be biw 

We were to be biv 

— We who. 

Were we? cpj 

Were we not? cpk 

What, or. Which do (or, did) they (we, 

or, you)? - OQE 

What, or. Which shall (or, will) I (or, 

we) do? CQL 

What, or, Which shall (or, will) I (or, 

we) have? cqm 

What, or, Which should (or, would) I 

(or, we) do? --- cqr 

When are we? -CQX 

When do (or, did) I (or, we)? ore 

When shall (or, will) I (or, we)? ---CRU 
When shall (or, will) I (they, we, or, 

you) do? CRV 

When shall (or, will) we have? csa 

When we (our-s) CSK 

When we are csl 

Where am I (or, are we)? CSQ 

Where do (or, did) I (or. we)? OSY 

Where I am {or, we are) ctg 

Where shall (or, will) I (or, we)?---CTN 

Where shall (or, will) we have? ctr 

Where we (our-s) .cud 

Why we (our-s) cvy 

Will, etc. (See Shall.) 
Would, etc. (See Should.) 

Were. (See Was) com 

What cpu (or. Which cuo) 

— After what (or, which). 

— Before what (or, which). 

By what (or, which) bjz 

For what (or, which) bpk 

Prom what (or, which) bpx 

Of what (or, which) cau 

On what (or, which) ohg 

Than what (or, which) ckl 

That what (or, which) clx 

To what (or, which) .. cod 

—What. 

—What, or, Which am I? 
What, or. Which are (or, is)? 

— What, or, Which are (or, is) he (she, it 
or persons or things indicated)"? 

— What, or. Which are (or, is) you-r-s? 
What, or. Which can (or, may)? 

— What, or. Which could (or, might)? 
What, or. Which do (does, or, did)? 
■What, or. Which does (do, or, did) he 
(she, it, or persons or things indi- 
cated)'! 



86 



AUXILIARY PHRASES. 



Part I. 



WHAT— WHICH. 



CQE 
CQF 
CQG 

CQH 

CQI 

CQJ 

CQK 

C.QL 

CQM 

CQN 

CQO 

CQP 
CQR 

CQS 

CQT 



CQU 

CQV 

CQW 

CQX 

CQY 

CQZ 

CRA 

CRB 

CRD 

CRB 

CRF 

CRG 

CRH 

CRI 

CRJ 

CRK 
CRL 
CRM 

CRN" 



CRO 
CRP 
CRQ 
CRS 
CRT 

CRU 
CRV 

CRW 

CRX 

CRY 

CRZ 



What — Continued. 

— What, (or, Which do (or, did) they (we, 

or, you)? 
— What, or, Which had (has, or, have)? 

What, or, Which is? {See Are. ) 
—What, or, Which is it? 
What, or. Which may? {See Can. ) 
What, or, Which might? {See Could.) 
— ^What, or. Which must? 
—What, or. Which of the — ? 
— What, or. Which ought to? 
— What.'oj-, Which shall {or, will)— I? 
— What, or. Which shall {or, will) I {or, 

we) do? 
— What, or, Which shall {or, will) I {or, 

we) have? 
— What, or. Which shall {or, will) they 

{or, you) do? 
— What, or. Which shall {or, will) they 

{or, you) have? 
— What, or. Which should {or, would)? 
— What, or. Which should {or, would) I 

{or, we) do? 
— What, or. Which should {or, would) 

they {or, you) do? 
— What, or. Which was {or, were)? 
What, or. Which will? (See Shall.) 
What, or. Which would? (See Should. ) 

Which i CUG 

With what {or, which)? own 

When cQU 

—When. 

— When am I to? 

— When are {or, is)? 

— When are we? 

— When are you? 

— When can (or. may)? 

— When could {or, might)? 

— When do (does, or, did) ? 

— When does (do, or, did) he (she, it, or 
persons or things indicated)? 

— When do {or, did) I {or, we)? 

—When do {or, did) they {or, you)? 

—When done — with. 

—When had (has, or, have)? 

— When had {or, have) y..u? 

— When he (she, it, or persons or things 
indicated) is {or, are). 

— When his (her-s, it-s). 

— When I (my, mine). 

— When I can {or, may). 
When is? (See Are.) 

— ^When is {or, are) he (she, it, or persons 
or things indicated)? 
When may, etc. ? {See Can. ) 
When might, etc. ? (See Could. ) 

— When must? 

■—When ought? 

—When shall {or, will)? 

— When shall {or, will) be? 

— When shall {or, will) he (she, it, or per- 
sons or things indicated)? 

— When shall {or, will) I {or, we)? 

—When shall {or, will) I (they, we, or, 
you) do? 

— When shall {or, will) I have? 

—When shall {or, will) it be done? 

—When shall {or, will) they? 

— When shall {or, will) they {or, you) 
have? ' 



CSA 

CSB 

CSD 

CSE 

CSF 

CSG 

CSH 

CSI 

CFJ 

CSK 

CSL 



CSM 

CSN 



cso 

CSP 
CSQ 
CSR 
CST 

CSU 

CSV 

CSW 

CSX 

CSY 

CSZ 

CTA 

CTB 

CTD 

CTE 
CTF 
CTG 
CTH 



CTI 
CTJ 
CTK 
CTL 

CTM 

CTN 
CTO 
CTP 
CTQ 

CTR 

CTS 
CTU 

crv 

CTW 

CTX 

CTY 

CTZ 

CCJA 

CUB 

CUD 

CUE 

CUF 

CUG 



When— Continued. 

— When shall {or, will) we have? 

— When shall {or, ■will) you? 

— When shall {or, will) you be? 

— When should {or, wonld)^ 

— When the — . 

— When these (or, those). 

— When they (their-s). 

— When they are. 

— When was {or, were)? 

— When we (our-s). 

— When we are. 
When will, etc. ? (See Shall. ) 
When would, etc. ? (See Should. ) 

— When you-J-s. 

— When you are. 



Where cso 

From whence {or, where) bpy 

•Where. 

■Whereabouts. 
— Where am I {or, are we)? 

-Where are {or, is)? 

-Where are they? 

Where are you from?.-.^ si 

-Where are you going? 

-Where can {or, may)? 
— Where could {or, might)? 

-Where do (does, or, did)? 

-Where do {or, did) I {or, we)? 
— Where do {or, did) they {or, you)? 

-Where for? 

-Where had (has, or, have)? 
— Where he (she, it, or persons or thing s 
indicated) is {or, are). 

-Where his (her-s, its). 
— Where I (my, mine). 
— Where I am {or, we are). 
—Where is {or, are) he (she, it, or per. 
sons or things indicated)? 

Where is, etc. ? (See Are. ) 

Where may, etc. ? (See Can. ) 

Where might, etc. ? (See Could. ) 
— Where must? 
— Where ought? 
— Where shall {or, will)? 
—Where shall {or, will) be? 
—Where shall {or, will) he (she, it, or per- 
sons or things indicated)? 
—Where shall {or, will) I {or, we)? 
—Where shall (or, will) I have? 
—Where shall (or, will) they? 

-Where shall (or, will) they (or, you) 
have? 

■Where shall (or, will) we have? 

■Where shall (or, will) you? 
—Where shall (or, will) you be? 
—Where should (or, would)? 
—Where should {or, would) the — ? 
—Where should (or, would) they (their-s)? 
— Where the. 
—Where they (their-s). 
— Where they are. 

■Where was (or, were) ? 

-Where we (our-s). 

Where we are -- ctg 

-Where you-r-s. 

-Where you are. 

Which. (See What.) 



Part I. 



AUXILIARY PHRASES. 



87 



WHO— YOU. 



CUH 

GUI 

CUJ 

CUM 

CUO 

CUP 



CUQ 
CUR 

CUV 
CUW 



CUX 
CUY 
CUZ 
CVA 
CVB 

CVD 

CVE 

CVF 

CVG 

OVH 

CVt 

CVJ 

CVK 

CVL 

CVM 

CVN 



cvo 

CVP 

CVQ 

CVR 

CVS 

CVT 

CVU 

CVW 

CVX 

CVY 

CVZ 



CWA 



CWB 



Who. Whom cuh 

By whom (or, whose) bka 

For whom (or, whose) -.. bpl 

From whom (or, whose) bpz 

Of whom (or, whose) -_ cGV 

On whom (or, whose)-.- chi 

To whom (or, whose) -. --coe 

Wewho .-- oPB 

—Who. Whom. 

— Who are (or, is)? 

— Who can (or, may) ? 

— Who could (or, might) f 

— Who do (does, or, did) ? 

— Who had (has, or, have)? 
Who is, etc. ? (See Are. ) 
Who may, etc.? (See Can.) 
Who might, etc.? (See Could.) 

—Who must? 

—Who ought? 
Who shall (or, will)? zep' 

— Who should (or, wotild) ? 

—Who was (or, were)? 
Who will, etc. ? (See Shall. ) 
Who would, etc. ? (See Should. ) 

Whose? ZDU 

With whom (or, whose)? cwo 

Why --- CUX 

—Why? 

—Why am I? 

— Why are (or, is) ? 

■ — Why are you? 

— Why are you not? 
Why can (or, may)? hup 

— Why can not (or, may not)? 

— Why could (or, might)? 

— Why could (or, might) not ? 

— Why do (does, or, did) ? 

— Why do (does, or, did) not ? 

— Why do (or, did) you ? 

— Why do (or, did) you not ? 

— ^Why had (has, or, have)? 

— Why had (has, or, have) not ? 

— AVhy had (or, have) you ? 

— Why had (or; have) you not ? 
Why is, etc. ? (See Are. ) 
Why may, etc.? (See Can.) 
Why might, etc. ? (See Could. ) 

— ^Why must ? 

—Why not ? 

—Why ought ? 

—Why shall (or, will)? 

—Why shall (or, will) not ? 

— Why should (or, would) ? 

—Why should (or, would) not ? 

—Why they (their-s)? 

— Why was (or, were)? 

—Why we (our-s). 

— Why were you ? 
Why will, etc. ? (See Shall. ) 
Why would, etc. ? (See Should. ) 

— Why you-r-s. 



Will. (See Shall.) 

How will they?— - bxy 

It will do - - BNV 

Will - CWB 

Will it be ? - BIX 

Will it do? BOU 



CWD 
OWE 



CWF 

CWG 

CWH 

CWI 

CWJ 

CWK 

CWL 

OWM 

OWN 

CWO 

CWP 



CWE 

cws 



Will Continued. 

—Will it have ? 

Will not - ciu 

Will not do BOV 

—Will you do it ? 

With -- - cwp 

Are, or. Is with — bee 

Me with CEG 

Not with CGK 

That with cly 

Was, or. Were with — cpb 

When done^with org 

—With. 

— With him (his, her-s, it-s). 

— With me (my, mine). 

—With the. 

—With that (or, this). 

— With them (their-s). 

— With these (or, those). 

— With us (our-s). 

— With what (or, which). 

— With whom (or, whose). 

— With you-r-s. 

Would. (See Should) -Cjo 

YoU-R-S -CWT 

— After you-r-s. 

A.re, or. Is, you-r-s bes 

— Before you-r-s. 

By you-r-s bko 

Can, or. May you-r-s? -BKO 

Could, or, Might you-r-s ? blj 

Do, Does, or, Did you-r-s? bmq 

For you-r-s - -_bpm 

From you-r-s bqa 

Had, Has, or. Have you-r-s? brp 

Had, or. Have you been? bfv 

Had, or. Have you done? bmw 

Had, or. Have you had? brg 

How are you? - BXl 

How do (or, did) you? bxm 

How shall (or, will) you ? ._- -BXU 

If you-r-8 CBP 

If you are CBQ 

If you are not cbr 

If you can (or, may) Cbs 

If you can not (or, may not) - - cbt 

If you could (or, might) cbu 

If you could ( or, might not ) - Obv 

If you do (or, did) CBw 

If you do (or, did) not cbx 

If you had (or, have) cby 

If you had (or,have)not cbz 

If you shall (or, will) Oda 

If you shall (or, will) not cdb 

If you should (or, would) cde 

If you should (or, would) not cdp 

If you were -- cdg 

If you were not cdh 

In your-s Cdr 

Is, etc. (See Are. ) 
May, etc. (See Can.) 
Might, etc. (See Could.) 

Must you-r-s? cpe 

Not you-r-s --- — -CGL 

Of you-r-s CGW- 

On you-r-s chj 

Ought you-r-s to? cid 

Shall, or. Will you-r-s?-— cjd 



88 



AUXILIARY PHRASES. 



Pakt I. 



YOU. 



YoD — Continusd. 

Shall, or, Will you be ?. BHI 

Shall, or, Will you do it?-- bod 

Shall, or, Will you not ? cje 

Shall, or, Will you not be? Bflj 

Shall, or, Will you not do it? boe 

Should, or. Would you-r-s? CJX 

Than you-r-s -- -__ckm 

That you-r-s -- --CLZ 

To you-r-s --COF 

Was, or. Were you-r-s cpd 

Were you? cpl 

Were you not? cpm 

What, or. Which are (or, is) you-r-s?. cpy 
What, or, Which do (or, did) you (they, 

or, we)?---' CQE 

What, or. Which shall (orr will) you 

{or, they) do? CQN 

What, or. Which shall (or, will) you 

{or, they) have? -CQO 

What, or. Which should {or, would) 

you (or, they) do? CQS 

When are you? CQY 

When do {or, did) you {or, they)?--CRF 

When had {or, have) you? cki 

When shall {or, will) I (you, they, or, 

we) do? CRV 

When shall {or, will) you?- CSB 

When shall {or, will) you be? CSD 

When shall {or, will) you {or, they) 

have? CRZ 

When you-r-s csm 

When you are csn 

Where are you from? ---Si 

Where are you going? - csu 

Where do {or, did) you (or, they)?-csz 

Where shall (or, will) you? cts 

Where shall {or, will) you be? CTU 

Where shall {or, will) you {or, they) 

have? CTQ 

Where you-r-s cub 

Where you are CUF 

Why are you? ---.. Cva 

Why are you not? CVB 

Why do {or, did) you? cvi 

Why do(or, did) you not? cvj 

Why had (or, have) you? cvm 

Why had {or, have) you not? cvn 

Why were you?- cvz 

Why you-r-s? cwa 

Will you do it? cwb 

With you-r-s cwp 



CWT 



You — Continued. 

—You-r-s. 

You are bet 

You are not bez 

You can (or, may) bkx 

You can {or, may) be biy 

You can {or, may) have bsy 

You can not {or, may not)-!-- bky 

You can not {or, may not) be biz 

You can not {or, may not) have BSZ 

You could {or, might) blk 

You could {or, might) be bja 

You could {or, might) not -.-BLS 

You could {(rr, might) not be bjc 

You do (or,»did) bow 

You do (or, did) not box 

You had (or, have) bta 

You had {or, have) been bjd 

You had {or, have) done boy 

You had (or, have) had btc 

You had {or, have) not btd 

You had (or, have) not been bje 

You had (or, have) not done boz 

You had (or, hafve) not had bte 

You may, etc. (See Can. ) 
You might, etc. (See Could. ) 

You must CFK 

You must be-.- bjp 

You must not cfl 

You must not be bjg 

You ought to --Clj 

You ought not to CIK 

You ought to "be- bjh 

You ought not to be bji 

You shall(or, will) .„ cjk 

You shall (or, will) be bjk 

You shall (or, will) have .btf 

You shall (or, will) not cjl 

You shall (or, will)not be bjl 

You shall (or, will) not have- btg 

You should (or, would) ckd 

You should (or, would) be- --BJM 

You should (or, would) have bth 

You should (or, would) not--- Cke 

Yoti should (or, would) not be bjn 

You should (or, would) not have bti 

You were cpn 

You were not cpo 

You were to be bjo 

You were not to be - bjp 

You will, etc. (See Shall.) 
You would, etc. (See Should.) 



GEOGEAPHICAL SIGNALS. 



NAMES OF PLACES AERANGED ACCORDING TO THEIR GEOGRAPHICAL 

POSITIONS. 



B. Bay. 

C, Cape, Capo, Cap. 
Ch. Channel. 

G. Gull. 
F. Fort. 
Hd. Head. 



Notations. 

Hr. Harbor. 

I. Island. 

Lt. Light. 

Lt. V. Light vessel. 

Mt. Mount, Mont. 

P. Port, Porto Puerte. 



Pt. Point, Pointe. 
R. Riter. 

Sh. Shoal. 
Str. Strait. 



The System of Orthography is that adopted by the Board of Geographic Names. 



ARCTIC OCEAN. 


NORTH COAST RUSSIA. 


WEST COAST NORWAY. 


ABCD 


Arctic Ocean. 


ABEJ 


Zimnegorski. 


ABGM 


Gjesvaer. 


ABCE 


C. CheluBkin. 


ABEK 


Modyugski I. d 


ABGN 


Fruholm. 


ABCF 


Taimur G. 


ABEM 


Dwina (N.) Lt. V. a 


ABGP 


Alten Fiord. 


ABCH 


Pjasina R. 


ABEN 


Dwina R. 


ABGQ 


Ftiglenses. 


ABCI 


Kuskino. 


ABEO 


Arkhangel. 


ABGR 


Hammerfest. 


ABCJ 


Yenisei. 


ABEQ 


Zhizhginsk I. 


ABGT 


Alten. 


ABCL 


Tdisbonow. 


ABER 


Solovetski. 


ABGU 


Hasvig. 


ABCM 


Ob. 


ABET 


Bol Shuzhmui. 


ABGV 


Skibotten. 


ABCO 


Obdorsk. 


ABEU 


Onega. 


ABGW 


Loppen. 


ABCP 


Beresow. 


ABEV 


Kush. 


ABGX 


Lyngen. 


ABCQ 


Samarowsk. 


ABEW 


Nyukcha. 


ABHO 


Tromso. 


ABCS 


Yalmal Promontory. 


ABEX 


Suma. 


ABHD 


Malangen. 


ABCT 


Krusenstern B. 


ABEY 


Soroka. 


ABHE 


Hekkingen. 


ABCU 


Bahydarat B. 


ABEZ 


Shuya. 


ABHG 


Stofiesbotten. 


ABCW 


Franz Josef Land. 


ABFG 


Kem. 


ABHI 


Berg. 


ABCY 


Spitzbeigen. 


ABFD 


Kalgalaksha. 


ABHJ 


Reisen. ^ 


ABDC 


Bel Sound. 


ABFG 


Kandalak G. 


ABHL 


Andenses Lt. 


ABDE 


Magdalena B. 


ABFH 


Knivaia. 


ABHM 


Haarbjerget. 


ABDG 


Hakluyts Hd. 


ABFI 


Kandalaksha. 


ABHN 


Nordland. 


ABDH 


Hinlopen Str. 


ABFK 


Lapland. 


ABHP 


Sandtorv. 


ABDI 


Seven Is., The. 


ABFL 


Sosnovetz I. 


ABHQ 


Vesteraalen. 


ABDK 


Parry I. 


ABFM 


Orlov C. 


ABHR 


Haasel. 


ABDL 


Rossi. 


ABFO 


Orlovka. 


ABHT 


Gisund. 


ABDM 


Bear I. 


ABFP 


Svyatoi Nos. d 


ABHU 


Harstad. 


ABDO 


Kara Sea. 


ABFQ 


Alexandre vsk (Kola). 


ABHV 


Stangholm. 


ABDP 


Nova Zembla. 






ABHW 


Trano. 


ABDQ 


Matochkin Shar (Str.). 


ABFS 


Norway. 


ABHX 


Hammero. 


ABDR 


MoUer B. d 


ABFT 


Fihmarken. 


ABHY 


Gryto. 


ABDS 


Kara Str. 


ABFU 


Varanger Fiord. 


ABHZ 


Flado. 






ABFV 


Jarfjord. 


ABIC 


Lofoten Is. 


ABDT 


Europe. 


ABFW 


Vadso. 


ABID 


Lodingen. 






ABFX 


Vardo. 


ABIE 


Vaagen. 


ABDU 


Russia. 


ABFY 


Tana Fiord. 


ABIF 


Skraaven. 


ABDV 


Waigatcb I. 


ABGC 


Berleyaag. 


ABIJ 


Flagstad. 


ABDW 


Yugorski Str. 


ABGD 


Gamvig. 


ABIL 


Kabelvaag. 


ABDY 


Chabarova. 


ABGE 


KoUefiord. 
Lebesby. 


ABIM 


Svolvser. 


ABDZ 


Petchora R. 


ABGF 


ABIP 


Orsvaag. 


ABEC 


Oussa. 


ABGH 


Repvaag. 


^SI8 


HenningS Vser. 


ABED 


White Sea. 


ABGI 


Kistrand. 


ABIR 


Gimso. 


ABEF 


Rusanovka. 


ABGJ 


Magerosund. 


ABIT 


Valberg. 


ABEG 


Mezen. 


ABGK 


Havosund. 


ABIU 


Stamsund. 


ABEI 


Morzhavetz I. d 


ABGL 


North C. 


ABIV 


Balstad. 



a Sienifles an International Signal Station; 6 a Time Signal Station; c a Weather, Tide, or Ice Signal Station; d a Life-Saving Station; 
* e a Lloyd's Signal Station; / a Wireless Telegraph Station. 

(89) 



90 



GEOGKAPHICAL SIGNALS PLACES GEOGRAPHICALLY ARRANGED. 



Part I, 



WEST COAST NORWAY. 


ABIX 


Reine. 


ABMS 


Ringholm. 


ABQS 


Fresvik. 


ABIY 


Moskenses. 


ABMU 


Grip. 


ABQT 


Sogndal. 


ABIZ 


Glopen. 


ABMV 


Stavenes. 


ABQV 


Kaupanger. 
Lerdalsoren. 


ABJC 


Sorvaag. 


ABMW 


Kristiansund. 


ABQW 


ABJE 


Ofoten Fiord. 


ABMY 


Kvitnes. 


ABQX 


Aardals. 


ABJF 


Victoria Haven (Nar- 


ABMZ 


Hestskiser. 
Little Sando. 


ABQZ 


Solvorn. 




vick). 


ABNC 


ABEC 


Marifjseren. 


ABJG 


Bodo. 


ABNE 


Kvitholm. 


ABED 


Holmengraa. 


ABJH 


Biorno. 


ABNF 


Hustad. 


ABRE 


Gudvangen. 


ABJI 


Salten Fiord. 


ABNG 


Bud. 


ABRF 


Helliso. 


ABJK 


Nyholm. 


ABNI 


Bjornsund. 


ABRG 


Ostrejm. 


ABJL 


Hellig Vser. 


ABNJ 


Ona. 


ABRH 


Lindaas. 


ABJM 


Sulitjelma Mines. 


ABNK 


Rodsbugt. 


ABRJ 


Sjelanger. 


ABJO 


Blixvser. 


ABNM 


Molde. 


ABRL 


Bergen. 


ABJP 


Skomvser. 


ABNO 


Molde Fiord. 


ABBM 


Lero. 


ABJR 


Rost. 


ABNP 


Vebliingsnffis. 


ABRP 


Marsten. 


ABJS 


Pemris. 


ABNS 


Mooen. 


ABRQ 


Pirholm. 


ABJT 


Stotsund. 


ABNT 


Rod. 


ABRS 


Slottero. 


ABJV 


Gilleskaal. 


ABNV 


Visdal. 


ABBT 


Bekkervig. 


ABJX 


Grino. 


ABNW 


Rodven. 


ABRU 


Trano. 


ABJY 


Rodo. ■ 


ABNX 


Fiksdal. 


ABRV 


Folgero. 


ABJZ 


Selsovik. 


ABNZ 


Kvsernholm. 


ABRW 


Lervig. 


ABKC 


Trsen I. 


ABOC 


Hellevik. 


ABRY 


Langenutn. 


ABKD 


Soholm. 


ABOD 


Lepsorev. 


ABEZ 


Hardanger Fiord. 


ABKE 


Aas Vser. 


ABOF 


Rosholm. 


ABSC 


Kvindherred. 


ABKG 


Donnaeso. 


ABOG 


Erkno. 


ABSE 


Strandebarm. 


ABKH 


Kobberdal. 


ABOH 


Synses. 


ABSF 


Jondal. 


ABKI 


MoHJoen. 


ABOJ 


Aalesund. 


ABSG 


Vikor. 


ABKJ 


BuKolm. 


ABOK 


Hogsten, or Hogstenen. 


ABSI 


Ostenso. 


ABKL 


Bronnosund. 


ABOL 


Alnses. 


ABSJ 


Kinservik. 


ABEN 


Bronno. 


ABON 


Graesholmen. 


ABSK 


Ullensvang. 


ABKO 


Melstenen. 


ABOP 


Rundo. 


ABSM 


Odde. 


ABKP 


Leka. 


ABOQ 


Ulfeten. 


ABSN 


Holmedal. 


ABKQ 


Gutvik. 


ABOS 


Flaavser. 


ABSO 


Olen. 


ABKE, 


Fjeldvik. 


ABOT 


Sando. 


ABSQ 


Mosterhavn. 


ABKS 


Dolma. 


ABOU 


Orsten. 


ABSR 


Bommelo. 


ABKT 


Vigten la. 


ABOW 


Volden. 


ABST 


Nordoerne. 


ABKU 


Nordoerne. 


ABOX 


Sovde. 


ABSV 


Lille Blegen. 


ABKW 


Rorvig. 


ABOY 


Hogsholm. 


ABSW 


Espevser. 


ABKX 


Gjoeslingerne. 


ABOZ 


Lekanger. 


ABSX 


Ryvarden. 


ABKY 


Ottero. 


ABPC 


Stat. 


ABSZ 


Haugesund. 


ABLC 


Nameos. 


ABPD 


Skongsnses. 


ABTC 


Rovser. 


ABLD 


Statland. 


ABPE 


Ulvesund. 


ABTD 


Sorhaugo. 


ABLE 


Villa. 


ABPG 


Moldo. 


ABTF 


Sandeid. 


ABLH 


Reko. 


ABPH 


Nord Fiord. 


ABTG 


Neerstrand. 


ABLI 


Bjoro. 


ABPI 


Rugsund. 


ABTH 


Stolmen. 


ABLK 


Ramso. 


ABPK 


Daviken. 


ABTK 


Fseo. 


ABLM 


Halten Is. 


ABPL 


Starhejm. 


ABTL 


Udsire. 


ABLN 


Bessaker. 


ABPM 


Smorhavn. 


ABTN 


Hdievarde. 


ABLP 


Syd Krogo. 


ABPN 


Olden. 


ABTO 


Vigsnses Mines. 


ABLQ 


Lundo. 


ABPO 


Ytteroerne. 


ABTP 


Skudesnses. 


ABLE 


Stokkoen. 


ABPQ 


Stabben. 


ABTR 


Hvidingso. 


ABLS 


Valdersund. 


ABPB 


Ploro. 


ABTS 


Fjeldo. 
Tungensea. 


ABLT 


Kjeungskjser. 
OrlandB. 


ABPS 


Kinn. 


ABTU 


ABLU 


ABPU 


Eke Fiord. 


ABTW 


Stavanger. 


ABLV 


Beian. 


ABPV 


Svan6. 


ABTX 


Sandnses. 


ABLX 


Agdenes. 


ABPW 


Vefring. 
Naustdal. 


ABTY 


Fladholm. 


ABLY 


Lensviken. 


ABPY 


ABUC 


Osa. 


ABLZ 


Rodberg. 


ABPZ 


Askevold. 


ABUD 


Lille Feisten. 


ABMD 


Trondhjem. b c 


ABQC 


Dale. 


ABUE 


Jsederens Pt. d 


ABME 


Munkholm. 


ABQE 


Tanso. 


ABUF 


Vig. d 
Obrestad. a d 


ABMF 


Stenkjser. 


ABQF 


Hindo. 


ABUG 


ABMH 


Hommelviken. 


ABQG 


Stensundene. 


ABUH 


Husvegg. d 
Kvalbein. d 


ABMI 


Levanger. 


ABQI 


Sogne Fiord. 


ABUI 


ABMJ 


Boroholm. 


ABQJ 


Bratholm. 


ABUJ 


Rauna. d 


ABML 


Tranholm. 


ABQK 


Bo. 


ABUK 


Ekero. 


ABMN 


Terningen. 


ABQM 


Ladvik. 


ABUL 


Ekersund. 


ABMO 


Vaeroerne. 


ABQN 


Viksoren. 


ABUM 


Vibberodden. 


ABMQ 


Lyen. 


ABQO 


Vangsnses. 


ABUN 


Soggendalstrand. 


ABME 


Edo. 


ABQR 


Lekanger. 


ABUO 


Reke Fiord. 



a Signifies an International Signal Station; 6 a Time Signal Station; c a Weather, Tide, or Ice Signal Station; d a Life-Savine Ststion- 

e a Lloyd's Signal Station; / a Wireless Telegraph Station. v.-.iovius obaoiuu, 



Part I. 



GEOGRAPHICAL SIGNALS — PLACES GEOGRAPHICALLY ARRANGED.' 



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SKAGERRACK. 



SWEDEN AND DENMARK. 



ABUP 

ABUQ 

ABUR 

ABUS 

ABUT 

ABUW 

ABUX 

ABUY 

ABUZ 

ABVC 

ABVD 

ABVE 

ABVF 

ABVG 

ABVH 

ABVI 

ABVJ 

ABVL 

ABVM 

ABVP 

ABVQ 

ABVR 

ABVT 
ABVW 
ABVX 
ABVZ 
ABWC 
ABWE 
ABWF 
ABWG 
ABWI 
ABWJ 
ABWK 
ABWM 
ABWN 
ABWO 
ABWQ 
ABWR 
ABWS 
ABWU 
ABWV 
ABWX 
ABWY 
ABWZ 
ABXO 
ABXD 
ABXE 
ABJ^F 
ABXG 
ABXH 
ABXI 
ABXJ 
ABXL 
ABXN 
ABXO 
ABXP 
ABXQ 
ABXS 
ABXT 
ABXV 
ABXW 
ABXY 
ABYC 
ABYD 
ABYE 
ABYG 
, ABYH 
ABYI 
ABYK 



Flekkefiord. 

Hittero. 

Lister. 

Stave, d 

OsthaSBelstranden. d 

Kvilio. d 

Farsund. 

Katland. 

Lindesnees (The Naze). 

Svinor. 

Eemesvigen. 

Hatholm. 

Mandal. 

Riso Bank. 

Kleven. 

Mannefjord. 

Ryvingen. 

Songvaar Lt. 

Hollen. 

0x6. ace 

Gronningen. 

OdderS. 

Chhistiansand. 

Vestre Havn. 

Topdals Fiord. 

Lillesand. 

Homborgsund. 

Grimstad. 

Arendal. 

Torungen. 

Naresto. 

Ydre Mokkelaa. 

Tvedestrand. 

Lyngor. 

Risor. 

Kran Fiord. 

Kragero. 

Helle. 

lomfruland. 

Langesund. 

Langotangen. 

Brevik. 

Stathelle. 

Porsgrund. 

Skien. 

Helgeraaen. 

Nevlunghavn. 

Skagerrack. 

Fredriksvsern. 

Stavsernsodden. 

Laurvik. 

Svenoer. 

Sandefiord. 

Tonsberg. 

Fserder. a e 

Vrsengen. 

Vallo. 

Fulehuk. 

Aasgaard strand. 

Basto. 

Horten. 

Carljohansvsern. 

Holmestrand. 

Dramraen. 

Svelvik. 

Rodtangen. 

Fildtvedt. 

Christiania. 6 c 

Sandviken. 



ABYL 


Drobak. 


ACEG 


Barseback. 


ABYM 


Hvidsteen. 


ACEH 


Lomma. 


ABYN 


Soon. 


ACEJ 


Malmo. 6 


ABYO 


Moss. 


ACEK 


Kalkgrundet Lt. V. 


ABYQ 


Laurkollen. 


ACEM 


Oscargrundet Lt. V. 


ABYR 


Ellinggaard Kiloii. 


ACEN 


Lirahamn. 


ABYS 


Eanko. 


ACEO 


Klagstorp. 


ABYU 


Slevik. 


ACEP 


Skanor. d 


ABYV 


Torgauten. 


ACEQ 


Falsterbo. c 


ABYW 


Thorbjorns kjser. 


ACER 


Trelleborg. 


ABYX 


Frederikstad. c 


ACES 


Falsterboref Lt. V. 


ABYZ 


Sandesund. 


ACET 


Smyge Pt. 


ABZC 


Sarpsborg. 






ABZE 


Fredrikshald. 


ACEU 


Baltic Ska. 


ABZF 


Hvaler la. 


ACEV 


Ystad. d 


ABZG 


Lauersvcelgen. 


ACEX 


Sandhammar Pt. d 






ACEY 


Bornholm. 


ABZH 


Sweden. 


ACEZ 


Ron lie. 6 d 


ABZJ 


Bohus B. 


ACFD 


Hasle. d 


ABZL 


Koster I. 


ACFE 


Hammershus. ace 


ABZM 


Stromstad. 


ACFG 


Hammer Pt. 


ABZN 


Ursholrn. 


ACFI 


Christianso. 


ABZP 


Svangen. 


ACFJ 


Svaneke. d 


ABZQ 


Vaderobod. 


ACFK 


Nexo. 


ABZR 


Hallo, erf 


ACFM 


Due OddL'. 


ABZT 


Maseskar. 


ACFO 


Simrishamii. 


ABZU 


Uddevalla. 


ACFP 


Hanobugten. 


ABZV 


Mollo. 


ACFQ 


Ahus. 


ABZX 


Vaderoarne. 


ACER 


Solvesborg. 


ABZY 


Gronskareri. 


ACFS 


Christianstad (Kristian- 


AOBD 


Kladesholra. 




stad). 


ACBE 


Hamnskjir. 


ACFT 


Brantevik. d 


ACBF 


Lysekil I. c 


ACFU 


Hano I. 


ACBH 


Pater Noster. 


ACFV 


Karlshamn. 


ACBI 


Marstrand. 


ACFW 


Karlskbona. bf 


ACBJ 


Kattegat.. 


ACFY 


Godnatt Rock. 


AOBL 


EastCh. (Ostrarannan). 


ACFZ 


Utklippan 


AOBM 


West Ch. ( Vestra rannan) . 


ACGD 


Utlangan. 


ACBN 


Winga (Vinga).a c e 


ACGE 


Ut Grunden Lt. V. 


AOBP 


Kanso. 


ACGF 


Kalmar Sound. 


ACBQ 


Buskar I. 


ACGH 


Garpen. 


ACBR 


GOTTENBUBG. 6 


ACGI 


Grimskar. 


ACBT 


Waro. 


ACGJ 


Kalmar. 


ACBU 


Tistlarne. 


ACGK 


Skagganas. 


ACBV 


Nidingen. 


ACGL 


Damman. 


ACBW 


Fladen Lt. V. 


ACGM 


Oscarshamn. 


AGBX 


Warberg. c 


ACGO 


Furon. 


AOBY 


Morup T4nge. c 


ACGP 


Figeholm. 


ACBZ 


Falkenberg. 


ACGQ 


Oland. 


ACDE 


Tylo. 


ACGS 


Morbyianga. 


ACDF 


Halmstad. d 


ACGT 


Ispe Pt. 


ACDG 


Hallands Wadero. 


ACGU 


Ekeruma. 


ACDI 


Vingaskar. 


AOGW 


BorghoLm. 


ACDJ 


Skelder B. 


ACGX 


Bioriiabben Rock. 


ACDK 


Engelholm. d 


ACGY 


Kanpel Pt. (Olands 
Ostra). 


ACDL 


Arildslage. d 








ACGZ 


Grasgard. d 


ACDM 


The Sound (Sundbt). 


ACHB 


Segerstad. 


ACDN 


Kullen. 


ACHD 


Gotland. 


ACDO 


Molle. 


ACHF 


Hoborg. 


AGDQ 


Lerhamn. 


ACHG 


Carlso. 


AODR 


Hoganas. d 


ACHI 


Klintehamn. 


ACDS 


Svinbaden Lt. V. 


ACHK 


Utholmen. 


ACDU 


Wiken. 


ACHL 


Visby. d 


ACDV 


Helsingborg. ac de 


AOHM 


Stenkyrkehuk. 


ACDW 


Raa. 


ACHN 


Skarsande. d 


ACDX 


Haken. • 


ACHO 


Faro./ 


ACDY 


Hven I. 


ACHP 


Holmudden. 


ACEB 


Landskrona. 


ACHQ 


Gotska Sandon. 


ACEF 


Flint Ch. (Flint rannan). 


ACHS 


Kopparstenarne Lt. V. 



a Sienifiea an International Signal Station; 6 a Time Signal Station; ca Weather, Tide, or Ice Signal Station; d a Life-Saving Station; 
BDigumc » e J a Lloyd's Signal Station; /a Wireless Telegraph Station. 



92 



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Part I. 





SWEDEN. 


FINLAND. 




ACHT 


Slitehamn. 


ACLV 


Gran I. 


ACPO 


Biorneborg. 


ACHU 


Ostergarij. 


ACLW 


Bremo. a 


ACPR 


Kallo I. 


ACHW 


Ljugarn. 


ACLX 


SundsvaU. 


ACPS 


Raumo. 


AOHX 


Bonehamn. 


ACLZ 


Balso. 


ACPT 


Relandersgrund. 


ACHY 


Falluden. d 


ACMB 


Alno. 


ACPV 


Nystad. 


ACHZ 


Sparo. 


ACMD 


Juniskaren. 


ACPW 


Enskar. 


ACIB 


Vesterwik. 


ACME 


Vifsta (Wifsta) Wharf. 


ACPX 


Aland Isles. 


ACID 


Ido. 


ACMF 


Hernosand. 


ACPZ 


Skalskar. 


ACIE 


Stedsholm. 


ACMG 


■ Lungo. 


ACQB 


Market Rock. 


ACIG 


Syrsan. 


ACMH 


Angermannaelf. 


ACQD 


Hellman. 


ACIH 


Valdemarsvik. 


ACMJ 


UlUnger. 
Bredskar. 


ACQE 


Nodendal. 


ACIJ 


HaradsBkar. 


ACMK 


ACQG 

ACQH 

ACQt 

ACQif 

ACQL 

ACQM 

ACQO 

ACQP 

ACQR 

ACQT 

ACQU 

ACQV 

ACQX 


Abo. 6 


ACIK 


Storklappen. 


ACML 


Skagens Hamn. 


Uto. 


ACIL 


Soderkoping. 
Gotha (Gota) Canal. 


ACMO 


Ornakoldsvik. 


Korso. 


ACIM 


ACMP 


Nordmaling. 


Bogskar. 
Lagskar. 
Led Sund 


ACIN 
ACIP 


Norrkoping. 
Arko. 


ACMQ 
ACMS 


Sydoetbrotten Lt. V. 
tfmea. 


ACIQ 


Oxelo. 


ACMT 


Holmogadd. , 


Bomarsund. 


ACIR 


Hafringe. 


ACMU 


Norrbyskar. . 


Hango. a c 
"Riisaro a d 


ACIT 


Nykoping. 


ACMW 


Stora Fiadeiagg. 


ACIU 


LandsOrt. 


ACMX 


Bergudden Pt. 


Eknas. 


ACIV 


Almagrundet Lt.V. 


ACMZ 


Holmon. 


Rpnskar 


ACIY 


Sodertelje. 


ACNB 


Snipan Lt. V. 


(rToliflra, 


ACIZ 
ACJD 


Misknuf. 
Hufvudskar. 


ACND 
ACNF 


Ratan. 

Biuro (Bjuro) Klubb. 


Helsingfors. abed 


ACJE 


Alandskar. 


ACNG 


GSsoren. 






ACJF 


Dalaro. 


ACNH 


Furugrund. 


ACQY 


Gulp of Finland. 


ACJH 


Gronskar. 


ACNJ 


Ursvik. 


ACQZ 


Sveaborg. 


ACJI 


Sandhamn. 


ACNK 


Skelleftea. 


ACRD 


Soder Skars. 


ACJK 


Fredriksborg; 


ACNL 


Kage. 


ACRE 


Kalbaden Lt. V. d 


ACJM 


Vaxholm. 


ACNO 


Pitea. 


ACRE 


Glosholm. 


ACJQ 


Stockholm. 6/ 


ACNP 


Leskar. 


ACRH 


Borga. 


ACJT 


Svenska Hogarne. 


ACNQ 


Rodkallen. 


ACRI 


Lovisa. 


ACJU 


Svenska Bjorn Lt. V. 


ACNR 


Norstromsgrund Lt. V. 


ACRJ 


Kotka I. 


ACJV 


Soderarm. 


ACNS 


Germando. 


ACRL 


Fredrikshamn. 


ACJW 


Fejan. 


ACNT 


Lulea. 


ACRM 


Villa. 


ACJX 


Norretelje. 


ACNU 


Salmis. 


ACRN 


Viborg. 


ACJY 


Vato. 


ACNV 


Haparanda. 


ACRP 


Biorko. 


ACKB 


Waddo (Vaddo). 


ACNW 


Ranea. 


ACRQ 


Verko Matala Lt. V. 


ACKD 


Arholma. 


ACNX 


Maloren. 


ACRS 


Stirs Pt. 


ACKE 


Simpnasklubb. 


ACNY 


Tore. 


ACRU 


Sestroretzk. 


ACKG 


Grisselhamn. 


ACNZ 


Kalix. 


ACRV 


Kronstadt. a 6 c/ 


ACKH 


Svartklubben. 


ACOB 


Seskaro. 


ACRW 


Tolboukin. 


ACKI 


Allsta, or, Hallsta. 






AORY 


St. Petebsbukg. b df 


ACKI 


Understen. 


ACOD 


Finland. 


ACSB 


Moscow. 






ACOE 


Kemi. 


ACSE 


Neva, d 


ACKO 


Gulf of Bothnia. 


ACOG 


Plevna. 


ACSF 


Strelna. 


ACKQ 


Harg. 


ACOH 


Sima. 


ACSH 


Oranienbaum. d 


ACKS 


Oregrund. 


ACOI 


Knivaniemi. 


ACSI 


Neva or Korablenv Lt. 


ACKU 


Djursten. 


ACOK 


Uleaborg. 6 




Y.d 


ACKV 


Grundkallen Lt. V. 


ACOL 


Karlo. 


ACSK 


Kronslot. 


ACKW 


Grepen Lt. V. 


ACOM 


Brahestad. 


ACSL 


London Shoals, d 


ACKY 


Orskar. 


ACOP 


Ulko Kalla. 


ACSM 


Krasnaia Gorka. ace 


ACKZ 


Biorn. 


ACOG 


Kalaioki. 


ACSO 


Seskar. d 


ACLB 


Lofsta. 


ACOR 


Gamla (Old) Karleby. 


ACSP 


Nerva Rock. 


ACLE 


Skutskar. 


ACOT 


Tankar. 


ACSQ 


Sommars. 


ACLF 


Gefle. 


ACOU 


Jacobstadt. 


ACST 


Narva. ac d 


ACLG 


Upsala. 


ACOV 


Nya (New) Karleby. 


ACSU 


Hogland. d 


ACLI 


Eggegrundet. 


ACOX 


Helsingkallan. 


ACSV 


Rodskar. 


ACLJ 


Axmar. 


ACOY 


Storskar. 


ACSX 


Stenskar. 


ACLK 


Finngrundet Lt. V. 


ACOZ 


Norrskar. 


ACSY 


Exholm. 


ACLN 


West Finngrund (Vestra 


ACPD 


North Kalian I. 


ACSZ 


Kokskar. 




Banken) Lt. V. 


ACPE 


Nikolaistad. d 


ACTD 


Revel Stone Lt. V. 


ACLO 


Norrsund 


ACPF 


Wasa. 


AOTE 


Revel, acd 


ACLP 


Storjungfrun. 


ACPH 


Storkallagrund. 


ACTF 


Nargen I. 


ACLQ 


Liusne. 


ACPI 


Skalgrund. 


ACTH 


Cape Sourop. 
Paker Ort. a c 


ACLR 


Soderhamn. 


ACPJ 


Kaske. 


ACTI 


ACLS 


Agon. 


ACPL 


Khristinestad. 


ACTJ 


Port Baltic, c d 


ACLT 


HudiksvaU. 


ACPM 


Sidby. 


ACTL 


Odens-holm. d 


ACLU 


Iggesund. 


ACPN 


Sastmola. 


ACTM 


Paternoster I. 



a Signifies an International Signal Station; 6 a Time Signal Station; c a Weather, Tide, or Ice Signal Station; d a Life-Saving Station; 

e a Lloyd's Signal Station; /a Wireless Telegraph Station. 



Part I. 



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93 



EAST AND SOUTH COASTS BALTIC SEA. 



AOTN 
ACTP 

ACTQ 

ACTR 

ACTS 

ACTV 

ACTW 

ACTX 

ACTY 

ACUB 

ACUD 

AGUE 

ACUF 

ACUH 

ACUI 

ACUJ 

ACUL 

ACUM 

ACUO 

ACUQ 

ACUR 

ACUS 

ACUV 

ACUW 

ACUX 

ACUZ 

ACVB 

ACVE 

ACVF 

ACVG 

AOVI 

ACVJ 

ACVL 
ACVM 

AOVP 

ACVQ 

ACVR 

ACVS 

ACVT 

ACVW 

ACVX 

ACVY 

ACVZ 

ACWB 

ACWD 

ACWE 

ACWP 

ACWG 

ACWH 

ACWJ 

ACWK 

ACWL 

ACWN 

AOWO 

ACWP 

ACWQ 

AOWR 

ACWS 

ACWT 

AOWU 

ACWV 

ACWX 

ACWY 

ACWZ 

ACXB 

ACXD 



"Wormso. d 
Hapsal. 

Saxbi Ness. 
Takhkona Pt. 
Dago, d 



0. Dagerort. a c 
Tiefen Hafen. d 
Osel. 

Filsand. d 
Arensburg. 
Swalfer Ort. d 
Moon. 
Kino, d 
Pemau. acd 
SalUs(AltSalis).(i 
Dwina R. d 
Riga, a 6 erf 
Diinamund I. 
Runo I.d 

Messaragotsem Pt. d 
Domesness. a d 
Kourland. 
Michael (Pissen). 
Lyser Ort. a c 
Windau. acd 
Backofen Lt. 
Steinort C. d 
Libau. c df 
Dunamund Fortress. 
Kowno. 
Wilna. 

Poland. 
Warsaw. 

Germany. 

Prussia. 

Bohemia. 

Bavaria. 

Saxony. 

Wiirtemberg. 

Berlin. " 

Munich. 

Strasburg. 

Leipzig. 

Dresden. 

Nimmersatt. c d 

MemeL acdf 

Melnera^en. d 

Konig Wilhelm CanaL 

Windenburger. c 

Russ. 

Memel R. 

Tikit. 

Labiau. 

Schwarzort. cd 

Rositten. d 

Nidden. acd 

Cranz.crf 

Briister Ort. cf 

Kraxtepellen. d 

Palmnicken. c 

Pillau. aed 

Fischausen. a c 

Tenkitten. d 

Grossbruch. d 

Konigsberg. 



ACXE 

AOXG 

ACXH 

ACXI 

ACXJ 

ACXK 

ACXL 

ACXM 

ACXN 

ACXO 

ACXP 

ACXQ 

ACXR 

ACXS 

ACXT 

ACXU 

ACXV 

ACXW 

ACXY 

ACXZ 

ACYB 

ACYD 

ACYE 

ACYF 

ACYH 

ACYI 

ACYJ 

ACYL 

ACYM 

ACYN 

ACYO 

ACYP 

ACYQ 

ACYR 

ACYS 

ACYT 

ACYU 

ACYV 

ACYW 

ACYX 

ACYZ 

ACZB 

ACZD 

ACZE 

ACZF 

ACZG 

ACZH 

ACZI 

ACZJ 

ACZK 

ACZL 

ACZM 

ACZN 

ACZO 

ACZP 

ACZQ 

ACZR 

ACZS 

ACZT 

ACZU 

ACZV 

ACZW 

ACZY 

ADBC 

ADBE 

ADBG 

4DBH 

ADBI 

ADBK 

ADBL 



Balga. a c 


ADBM 


Pasaarge R. 


ADEN 


Frauenburg. 


ADBO 


Tolkemit. 


ADBP 


Probbernau. d 


ADBQ 


Elbing. 


ADBR 


Pasewark. rf 


ADBS 


Vistula R. 


ADBT 


Schiewenhorst. c 


ADBU 


Dirschau. 


ADBV 


Danzig, af 

Neuf ahrwasser. abed 


ADBW 


ADBX 


Westerplatte. d 


ADBY 


Oxhoft Pt. c 


ADOB 


Putziger. 


ADCE 


Putzig. 


.ADCF 


Neufahr. c rf 


ADOG 


Hela Pt. c rf 


ADCH 


Heisternest. acd 


ADCI 


Rixhoft.ac 


ADCJ 


Kopalin. rf 


ADCK 


Stilow Beacon. 


ADCL 


POMERANIA. 


ADCM 


Leba. c rf 


ADCN 


Scholpin. rf 


ADCP 


Stolprntinde. acd 
Jershoft. df 


ADCQ 


ADCR 


Riigenwalde. acd 


ADCT 


Funkenhagen. rf 


ADCU 


Colbeig. acd 
Gross Ziegenort. u 


ADCV 


ADCX 


Horst. a c 


ADCY 


Dievenow. c rf 


ADCZ 


Cammin. 


ADEC 


Neuendorf, rf 


ADEP 


WoHin. c 


AD EG 


Oder R. 


ADEI 


Grosses Haft. 


ADEJ 


Kleines Haff . 


ADEK 


Stettin. 


ADEL 


StarkenhoiBt. 


ADEM 


Swinemunde. abed 


ADEN 


Swine R. 


ADEO 


Lebbin. 


ADEQ 


Kaiserfahrt. 


ADES 


Woitzig Lt. V. 


ADET 


Swanterwitz Lt. V. 


ADEU 


Alt warp. 


ADEW 


Ahlbeck. c 


AD EX 


Ruden I. arf 


ADEY 


Zinnowitz. rf 


ADFB 


Peene R. 


ADFC 


Peenemiinde. 


ADFE 


Wolgast. rf 


ADFH 


Greifswalder Oie. c rf 


ADFI 


Usedom. 


ADFJ 


Lassan. 


ADFL 


Anclam. 


ADFP 


Streckelsberg- c 


ADFQ 


Uckermtinde. c 


ADFR 


Greifswald. 


ADFS 


RUGEN I. 


ADFT 


Thiessow. acrf 


ADFU 


Palmer Ort. 


ADFV 


Peerd Pt. 


ADPX 


Gohren. erf 


ADFZ 


Lauterbach. 


ADGB 


Bergen. 


ADGC 


Sassnitz. c rf 


ADGE 


Jasmund. 


ADGF 



C. Arkona. acdf 

Adler Grund Lt. V. 

Wittower. a c 

Dornbusch Pt. c 

Hiddensee I. rf 

Proser Bay. 

Dranske. rf 

Stralsund. c rf 

Barth. 

Prerow. rf 

Zingst. rf 

Dars Pt. acrf 

Mecklenburg. 

Wustrow. rf 

Ribnitz. 

Warnemunde. aed 

Arendsee. rf 

Rostok. e 

Buk Pt. a 

Poel. rf 

Timmendorf. c 

Kirchdorf. 

Wismar. c 

Kliitz Hd. 

Dassow.<» 

Travemiinde. acd 

Liibeck. 

Trave R. rf 

Schlbswig-Holstein. 

Neustadt. 

Pelzer Pt. a 

Dame Hd. u 

Staaken. < 

Femem I. rf 

Marien. c df 
Markelsdorf Pt. u 

Fltigge. 

Strukamp Pt. 

Femem Sound. 

Fehmarnbelt Lt. V. c 

HeUigenhaf en. c d 

Labo. cd 

Kiel. 6 c 

Rendsburg. 

Wik.6 

Holtenau. ace 

Friedrichsort. c 

Bulk Pt. af 

Stollergrund. 

Eckermorde. 

Slimunde. a c 

Kappeln. 

Amis. 

Schleswig. 

Fredrichsburg. 

Sli (Schlei) Fiord. 

Msesholm. 

Kalk Ground Lt. Y. u. 

Haber Ness. 

Flensborg. c 

Hoi Ness. 

Eken Sound. 

Nubel. 

Gt. Borris Hd. 

Sonderburg. c 

Keke Ness. 

Horup Haft. 

Pol Pt. 

Alsl. 

Augustenburg. 



a Signifies an Internationa,! Signal Station; b a Time Signal Station; c a Weather, Tide, or loe Signal Station; da Lile-Saving Station; 

e a Lloyd's Signal Station; /a Wireless Telegraph Station. 



94 



GEOGRAPHICAL SIGNALS — PLACES GEOGEAPHICALLY AKEANGED. 



Paet I. 



DENMARK. 


ADGH 


Als Sound. 


ADKF 


Skiods Hd. . 


ADNU 


Faxo. 


ADGI 


Apenrade. c 


ADKH 


Sletterhage.' 


ADNW 


Rodvig. 


adgj 


Barso. 


ADKI 


Lyngsbek. 
Ebeltofte. 


ADNX 


C. Stevns, or, Stevns 


ADGK 


Giemier Fiord. 


ADKJ 




Kliot. 


adgm 


Aarosund. c 


ADKL 


Hasenore Hd. 


ADNY 


Kioge. 


ADGN 


Aaro le. 


ADKN 


Hielm (Hjelm). 


ADOB 


Sorte Oh. 


ADGO 


Hadersleben. 


ADKO 


Grenaa. d 


ADOC 


Aflandshage. 
Drogden Ch. 


ADGQ 


Brandso. 


ADKP 


Fomies.acde 


ADOE 






ADKR 


Schultz Ground Lt. V. 


ADOG 


DragSr, or, Drogden Lt. 


ADGS 


Denmark. 


ADKS 


Hesselo I. 




T. 


ADGT 


Kolding. 


ADKT 


Lyse Ground. 


ADOH 


Nordre Rose. 


ADGU 


Fredericia. 6 






ADOI 


Kastnip. 
Saltholm. 


ADGW 


Keseerodde. 


ADKV 


Smilland (Zealand). 


ADOK 


ADGY 


Little Belt. 


ADKW 


Gilbierg Hd. 


ADOL 


Middlegrund. 


ADGZ 


Pten. 


ADKX 


Spotsbierg. 


ADOM 


Copenhagen, b c 


ADHB 


Mhe\6. 


ADKZ 


Saetteriet Road. 


ADOP 


Frederiksberg. 


ADHE 


Bogense. 


AD LB 


Ise Fiord. 


ADOQ 


Trekroner. 


ADHF 


Strib Pt. 


ADLC 


Frederikssund. 


ADOR 


Kongo Deep. 


ADHG 


Middlefart. 


ADLF 


Roskilde. 


ADOS 


ICalvebodeme (Kalle- 


ADHJ 


Fseno. 


ADLG 


Holbek. 




boer) Lt. V. 


ADHK 


Fonskov Pt. 


ADLH 


Nykiobing. 6 


ADOT 


HoUsender Deep. 


ADHM 


Aale Hd. 


ADLJ 


Korshagen. 


ADOU 


VedbKk. 


ADHN 


Vedeleborg Hd. 


ADLK 


Ronnen. 


ADOV 


Nivaa. 


ADHO 


Baago. 


ADLN 


Great Belt. 


ADOX 


Sletten. 


ADHQ 


Assens. 


ADLO 


Seiro. c 


ADOY 


Helsingor (Elsinore). a 


ADHS 


Lydo. 


ADLP 


Siselland Reef Lt. 




beef 


ADHU 


Faaborg. 
Avemako. 


ADLQ 


Revsnses. 


ADOZ 


Kronborg. 


ADHV 


ADLR 


Kallundborg. 6 


ADPC 


Lappe Grund Lt. V. 


ADHW 


Svendboi^. 6 


ADLS 


As Ness. 


ADPE 


Hombsek. 


ADHY 


Thoro. 


ADLU 


Jammerland B. 


ADPF 


Nakke Hd. 


ADHZ 


Troense. 


ADLV 


Reerso. 






ADIB 


Skiold Ness. 


ADLW 


Halskov. 


ADPH 


Anholt I. d 


ADIE 


^roskiobing. 


ADLX 


KorsorRoadLt.V. 


ADPI 


Anholt Knob Lt.V. 


ADIF 


Veis Ness. 


ADLY 


Korsor. 6 


ADPJ 


Stauns Hd. 


ADIG 


Marstal. 


ADLZ 


Skielskor. 


ADPK 


Uddyhoj Lt. 


ADIH 


Langeland. 


ADMB 


Agerso. 


ADPL 


Randers. 6 


ADIJ 


Taasinge I. 


ADME 


Helleholm. 


ADPM 


Manager. 


ADIK 


Rudkiobing. 6 


ADMF 


Omo. 


ADPN 


Hobro. 


ADIL 


Bagnkop. 


ADMG 


Stig Ness. 


ADPO 


Gjerrild Lt. 


ADIM 


Kjeldsnor. c 


ADMI 


Karrebsek. 


ADPQ 


Als. 


ADIO 


Fakkebierg. 


ADMJ 


Vseiro. 


ADPR 


Hump. 


ADIP 


Tranekioer. 




, 


ADPS 


Egense. 
Liim Fiord. 


ADIR 


Hov Sand. 


ADMK 


Laaland. 


ADPU 


ADIT 


Vresen. 


ADMN 


Saxkiobing. 


ADPV 


Aalborg. c 


ADIU 


Knuds Hd. 


ADMO 


Banbolm. 


ADPW 


Hals. 


ADIV 


Nyborg. 6 


ADMP 


Taars. 


ADPY 


Rimmen. 


ADIW 


Sprogo. c 
KertemiTide. 


ADMR 


Nakskov. 


ADPZ 


Lseso Rende. '■ 


ADIY 


ADMS 


Albue Pt. 


ADQB 


Lseso. d . 


ADIZ 


Roraso. 


ADMT 


Femem Belt. 


ADQE 


North Ronner. 


ADIB 


Korshavn. 


ADMV 


Rodby. 


ADQF 


Dvale Ground, or, LsesS ' 


ADJC 


Skoven. 


ADMW 


Nysted. 




Ch. Lt..V. 


ADJF 


Eneboerodde. 


ADMX 


Guldborg Sound. 


ADQG 


Kobber Grund Lt. V. 


ADJG 


Odense. 6 c 






ADQI 


Trindelen Lt. V. ' 


ADJH 


Gerso. 


ADMZ 


Falster. 


ADQJ 


Frederikshavn. c 


ADJI 


Agemess. 
Klinte. 


ADNB 


Nykiobing. 6 


ADQK 


Hirtsholm. 


ADJL 


ADNC 


Gied8erReefsLt.V./ 


ADQM 


Aalbsek. d ' 






ADNE 


GiedserR. Lt.V./ 


ADQN 


The Skaw, or, Skagen. I 


ADJM 


Jutland. 


ADNF 


Varsko. 




acde \ 


ADJN 


Veile. 5 


ADNG 


Heste Hd. 


ADQO 


Hoien. d ', 


ADJP 


Horsens. 6 


ADNH 


Stubbekiobing. 


ADQR 


Hirtshals. ocdc 


ADJQ 


Endelave I. 


ADNJ 


Gron Sound. 


ADQS 


Jammer B. d 


ADJR 


Hov Huk. 






ADQT 


Lildstrand. d 


ADJT 


Samso. 


ADNK 


MOEN. d 


ADQV 


Hanstholm. ocde 


ADJU 


Isse Hd. 






ADQW 


Klitmoller. d 


ADJV 


Langore. 


ADNL 


Hellehaven Pt. 


ADQX 


North Vorupor. d 


ADJX 


Vestborg Pt. 


ADNO 


Ulvsliale. 


ADQZ 


Lodbierg. 


ADJY 


Kyholm. 


ADNP 


Vordingborg. > 


ADRB 


Agger, d 


ADJZ 


ThunS. 


ADNQ 


Stege. 


ADRC 


ThyboRon.cd 
Thisted. 


ADKC 


Aarhus. 6 c 


ADNS 


Prsesto. 


ADRF 


ADKE 


KaloB. 


ADNT 


Hylleholt. 


ADRG 


Legator. 



a Signifles an International Signal Station; 6 a Time Signal Station; c a Weather, Tide, or Ice Signal Station; d a Life-Savine Station' 

e a Lloyd's Signal Station; / a Wireless Telegraph Station. " 



Part I. 



GEOGKAPHICAL SIGNALS PLACES GEOGRAPHICALLY ARRANGED. 



95 



NORTH SEA. 



HOLLAND. 



ADRH 

ADRJ 

ADRK 

ADRL 

ADRN 

ADRO 

ADRP 

ADRS 

ADRT 

ADRU 

ADRV 

ADRX 

ADRY 

ADSB 

ADSC 

ADSE 

ADSG 

ADSH 

ADSK 

ADSL 

ADSM 

ADSO 

ADSP 

ADSQ 

ADSR 

ADST 

ADSU 

ADSV 

ADSW 

ADSX 

ADSY 

ADSZ 

ADTB 

ADTC 

ADTE 

ADTF 

ADTG 

ADTI 

ADTK 

ADTL 

ADTM 

ADTN 

ADTO 
ADTP 

ADTQ 

ADTS 

ADTU 

ADTV 

ADTW 

ADTX 

ADTY 

ADTZ 

ADUB 

ADUC 

ADUE 

ADUF 

ADUG 

ADUH 

ADUI 

ADUJ 

ADUK 

ADUL 

ADUM 

ADUN 

ADUO 



Mors. 

Nykidbing. 

Lemvig. 

Bovbierg. d 

Sondervig. d 

Nyminde Gab. d 

Blaavand Ft.cdf 

Horn Reef BLt.V.c/ 

VylLt.V.c 

Ssedenstrand. 

Graa Deep 

Fan6. 

Esbjei^. c 

North Sea. 

Rom I.cd 

Lister Deep. 

Kirkeby. d 

Sylt l.iicd 

Ellenbogen. c d 

Hoyer. 

Rothe Kliff. af 

Kampen. d 

Amrum I.acd 

NebeL 

Pel worm I. c 

Fohrl. 

Wyk.c 

Nordstrand I. 

Ording Pt. d 

Husum. c 

Hever R. 

Eider R. 

Suderboft. c d 

Outer Eider (Eider) Lt. 

Y.acf 
Eider Galliot Lt. V. a c 
Tonning. c 
Eider Canal. 
Fredrichstadt. 
Norder Piep. 
Busum. c d 
Neufeld. d 
Suder Piep. 

Elbe R. 

Outer Elbe, or Elbe No. 

1 Lt. V. df 
Elbe Pilot Galliot, d 
ElbeNo. 2Lt. V.d 
Elbe No. 3 Lt. V. 
Elbe No. 4 Lt. V. d 
Duhnen. d 
Vogelsand. 
Cuxhaven. ahcdef 
Oste Reef (Oste Riff) 

Lt. V. c 
Neuhaus. 

Brunsbiittelkoog. acef 
Brunsbiittel. 
Kaiser Wilhelm Canal. 
Bosch. 
StorR. 
Freiburg. 
Gllickstadt. c 
Ki-aut Sand Lt. V. 
Pagen Sand. 
Brunshausen. c 
Stade. 
Griinendeich. 



ADUQ 

ADUR 

ADUS 

ADUV 

ADUW 

ADUX 

ADUZ 

ADVB 

ADVC 

ADVP 

ADVH 

ADVJ 

ADVK 

ADVL 

ADVN 

ADVO 

ADVP 

ADVR 

ADVS 

ADVT 

ADVM^ 

ADVX 

ADVY 

ADWB 

ADWC 

ADWE 

ADWG 

ADWH 

ADWI 

ADWJ 

ADWK 

ADWL 

AD-WM 

ADWO 

ADWP 

ADWQ 

ADWS 

ADWT 

ADWU 

ADWX 

ADWY 

ADWZ 

ADXC 

ADXE 

ADXF 

ADXI 

ADXJ 

ADXL 

ADXM 

ADXN 

ADXP 

ADXQ 

ADXR 

ADXS 

ADXT 

ADXU 

ADXV 

ADXW 

ADXZ 

ADYB 

AD YE 

ADYF 

ADYG 

ADYI 



Schulau Lt. V. 

Blankenese. 

Neuenfelde. 

Hamburg. 5 c 

Altona. c 

Wandsbek. 

Finkenwerder. 

Harburg. c 

Hanover. 

Luneburg. 

Neuwerk. d 

Helgoland, acdef 

Weser R. 
Weser Lt. \.f 
Rothersand. ace 
Salzhorn. 
Wremen Tief . d 
Bremerbaven. abcdf 
Blexen. 
Nordenham. c 
Geestemiinde. c 
Brake, c 
Elsfleth. 
Vegesack. c 
Bremen, abcef 
Kaiser Harb., or Kaiser- 

hafen. 
Meyers Legde. a 
Eversand. a 
Hohe Weg Plat, ace 
Fedderwarder Siel. d 
Jade R. 
Mellum Flat, d 
AuBsen Jade Lt. V. a df 
Minsener Sand Lt. V. a 
WUhelmshaven. abcdf 
Heppens. 

Oldenburg. 
GeUen. 
Varel. 

Ems Jade Canal. 
Vareler Siel. 
Schillighom. acd 
Genius Bank Lt. V. d 
Minsener Old Oog (Res- 
cue Bn.). 
Wangeroog I.acdf 
Spiekeroog I. d 
Langeoog I. d 
Friedrichsschleuse. d 
Carolinensiel. c 
Neuharrlingersiel. c d 

North Friesland. 
Baltrum l.d 
Norderney I.c d 
Norddeich.c df 
Juist l.d 
Aurich. 
Papenburg. 
Norderney Lt. V. 
Weener. 
EmsR. 

Borkum I.acdf 
Norden. 
Emden. c d 
Leer. 



ADYJ 

ADYK 

ADYM 

ADYN 

ADYO 

ADYP 

ADYQ 

ADYR 

ADYS 

ADYU 

ADYV 

ADYW 

ADYX 

ADYZ 

ADZB 

ADZC 

ADZF 

ADZG 

ADZH 

ADZI 

ADZJ 

ADZK 

ADZL 

ADZN 

ADZO 

ADZP 

ADZR 

ADZS 

ADZT 

ADZV 

ADZW 

ADZX 

AEBC 

AEBD 

AEBF 

AEBH 

AEBI 

AEBJ 

AEBL 

AEBM 

AEBN 

AEBP 

AEBQ 

AEBR 

AEBT 

AEBU 

AEBV 

AEBX 

AEBY 

AEBZ 

AECD 

AECF 

AECG 

AECI 

AECJ 

AECK 

AECM 

AECN 

AECO 

AECP 

AECQ 

AECR 

AECS 

AECU 

AECV 

AECW 

AECY 

AECZ 



Netherlands, 

Delfzyl. c 

Pilsum. 

Campen. 

Watum. 

Borkum Flat (Borkum 

Riff)Lt. V.ac/ 
Schiermonnikoog. acd 
Lauwerzee. 
Zoutkamp. 
Groningen. 
Ameland. ac(i 
Hallam. 

Terschelling Bank Lt.V. 
Terschelling. acd 
Brandaris. 
Harlingen. c 
Vlieland. a c 
Eijerland. ac 
Texel I. d 
Schilbols Nol. 
The Texel. a 
Helder. d 
Nieuwe Diep. bed 
Great North Holland 

Canal. 
Alkmaar. 
WUlemsoord. 
Wieringen./ 
Medemblik. 
Enkhuizen./ 
Hoom. 
Edam. 
Zaandam. 
Marken I. 
Amsterdam. 6 c 
Hoek. e 
Muiden. 
Naarden. 
Utrecht. 
Harderwijk. 
Elburg. 
Kampen. 
Zuider Zee. 
Schokland. 
Urk. 

Kragchenburg. 
De Lemmer. c 
Stavoren. cf 
Kykduin. a 
Dirkoomsduin. 
Zanddijk. c 
Haaks Lt. V. 
Egmond aan Zee. acd 
Ymuiden. acd 
North Sea Ship Canal. 
Zandvoort. c d 
Haarlem. 
Leyden. 

Scheveningen. acdf 
The Hague. 
Maas Lt. V. 
Maas R. 

-New Rotterdam Canal. 
Noorder Hoofd. 
Rhine R. 

Hook of Holland, acdf 
Rotterdam, b 
Schiedam. 
Delf shaven. 



a aigal&ea an International Signal Station; 5 a Time Signal Station; c a Weather, Tide, or Ice Signal Station; d a Life-Saving Station: 

e a, Lloyd's Signal Station; / a Wireless Telegraph Station. 



96 



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Part I. 



NORTH SEA. 



ENGLAND. 



AEDB 

AEDF 

AEDG 

AEDH 

AEDJ 

AEDK 

AEDL 

AEDN 

AEDO 

AEDP 

AEDR 

AEDS 

ABDT 

AEDU 

AEDW 

AEDX 

AEDY 

AEDZ 

AEFC 

AEFD 

AEFG 

AEFH 

AEFI 

AEFJ 

AEFK 

AEFM 

AEFN 

AEFO 

AEFQ 

AEFR 

AEFS 

AEFU 

AEFV 

AEFW 

AEFY 

AEFZ 

AEGB 

AEGD 

AEGF 

AEGH 

AEGJ 

AEGK 

AEGL 

AEGN 



AEGO 
AEGP 
AEGQ 
AEGS 
AEGT 
AEGU 
AEGV 
AEGX 
AEGY 
AEGZ 
AEHD 
AEHF 
AEHG 

AEHI 

AEHJ 

AEHK 

AEHI. 

AEHM 

AEHN 

AEHP 



Vlaardingen. 

Maasluis. c 

Nieuwe Maas. 

Brielle. d 

Goeree. 

Goedereede. a c 

Molenpolder. 

Yzeren Baak. 

Hellevoetsluis. c d . 

Voorne Canal. 

Middelharnis. 

Ooltgensplaat. ^ 

Willemstad. 

Stryensas. 

Moerdyk. 

Dordrecht, c 

Schouwen. a c 

RenesBe. 

Brouwershaven. c d 

Hook of Schouwen. 

Scheldt. 

Schouwen Bank Lt. V. 

Zierikzee. c 

Tholen. 

Bergen-op-Zoom. 

Goes. 

Dombnrg. 

Walcheren. 

Veere. 

Westkapelle. a c 

Zoutelandc. 

Flushing (Vlissin- 

gen). bcde 
Middelburg. 
Arnemuiden. 
Ellewoutsdijk. 
Breskens. 
Hoedekenekerke . 
Hanswest (Hanaweerd). 
Temeuse (Neuzen). 
Bath. 
Doel. 
Zeeland. 
Nieuwe Sluis. c 
Sluis. 



Belgium. 

Knocke. c d 

LiUo. 

Antwerp (Anvers). 6 

T6te de Flandre. 

Burght. 

Boom. 

Tamise. 

Ghent. 

Brussels. 

Wielingen Lt. V. 

Wandelaar Lt. V. 

North (Noord) Hinder 

Lt. V. 
West Hinder Lt. V. 
Heyst. ade 
Blankenberghe. cd 
Bruges, e 
Ostende. c d 
Nieuport. c df 
La Panne, or Adin 

Kerke. c d 



AEHQ 

AEHR 

AEHS 

AEHU 

AEHV 

AEHW 

AEHX 

AEHZ 

AEIB 

AEIC 

AEID 

AEIF 

AEIG 

AEIH 

AEU 

AEIK 

AEIL 

AEIM 

AEIO 

AEIP 

AEIQ 

AEIR 

AEIS 

AEIT 

AEIU 

AEIW 

AEIX 

AEIY 

AEJB 

AEJC 

AEJD 

AEJG 

AEJS 

AEJI 

AEJL 

AEJM 

AEJN 

AEJP 

AEJQ 

AEJR 

AEJT 

AEJU 

AEJV 

AEJX 

AEJY 

AEJZ 

AEKC 

AEKD 

AEKF 

AEKH 

AEKI 

AEKJ 

AEKL 

AEICM 

AEKN 

ABKO 

AEKQ 

AEKR 

AEKS 

AEKU 

AEKV 

AEKW 

AEKX 

AEKY 

AEKZ 

AELB 

AELC 

AELD 



Great Britain. 

England. 
English Ch. 
Thames R. 
London. 
Westminster. 
The City. 
Windsor. 
Maplin Sands. 
Tongue Lt. V. 
Mouse Lt. V. 
Edinburgh Ch. 
Prince's Ch. 
Nore Lt. V. 
Girdler Lt. V. 
Garrison Pt. 6 
Shoeburyness. 
Southend. rfe 
Tilbury Docks. 
Gravesend. 
Northfleet. 
Black Deep Lt. V. 
Greenhithe. 
Purfleet. 
Erith. 
Woolwich. 
Blackwall. 
Greenwich. 
Greenwich Obser- 
vatory. 6 
Deptford. 

Royal Albert Docks. 
Royal Victoria Docks. 
East India Docks. 
West India Docks. 
Mill wall Docks. 
Commercial Docks. 
London Docks. 
St. Katharine Docks. 
Grand Surrey Canal. 
Med way, The. 
Sheemess. b c 
Queenborough. 
Port Victoria. 
Stangate Creek. 
Chatham. 
Strood. 
Rochester. 
Whitstable. c 
Margate, c d 
North Foreland, cf 
Broadstairs. d 
Ramsgate. cd 
North Goodwin Lt. V. 
Goodwin Sands. 
Deal, bed 
Downs, The. 
Gull Lt. V. 
East Goodwin Lt. V. 
South Goodwin Lt. V. 
South Foreland. 
Dover, bcde 
Dover Harbor Lt. V. 
Varne Lt. V. 
Folkestone, cd 
Sandgate Road, ede 
. Dungfeness. de 
Hastings, c d 
Royal Sovereign Lt. V. 



AELF 

AELG 

AELI 

AELJ 

AELK 

AELM 

AELN 

AELO 

AELP 

AELR 

AELS 

AELT 

AELV 

AELW 

AELX 

AELY 

AELZ 

AEMB 

AEMC 

AEMF 

AEMG 

AEMH 

AEMJ 

AEMK 

AEML 

AEMG 

AEMP 

AEMQ 

AEMR 

AEMS 

AEMT 

AEMU 

AEMW 

AEMX 

AEMY 

AENB 

AENC 

AEND 

AENG 

AENH 

AENI 

AENK 

AENL 

AENM 

AENP 

AENQ 

AENR 

AENT 

AENU 

AENV 

AENX 

AENY 

AENZ 

AEOC 

AEOD 

AEOF 

AEOH 

AEOI 

AEOJ 

AEOK 

AEOL 

AEOM 

AEON 

AEOQ 

AEOR 

AEOS 

AEOT 
AEOU 
AEOV 



Beachy Hd.c« 

Newhaven. cd 

Brighton, c d 

Shoreham. d 

Owers Lt. V. 

Worthing, d 

Selsea BUI. d 

Chichester. 

Langston Hr. 

Spithead.e 

Portsmoutli.6 c 

Nab Lt. V. 

Warner Lt. V. 

Southampton. 6 c 

Solent, The. 

Calshot Lt. V. 

Ryde.c d 

Osborne. 

Cowes.c 

Lymington.c d 

Hurst Caslle.c 

Needles, The.e 

Isle of Wight. 

Bembridge.d 

St. Helens. 

St. Catherine Pt.c d ef 

Christchurch.d 

Poole. c df 

Swanage.d 

Anvil Pt.c 

St. Alban's Hd.d 

Weymouth.c d 

PORTLAND.6 d / 

Bill of Portland.c e 

Shambles Lt. V. 

Bridport. 

Lyme Regis.d 

Exmouth.c d 

Teignmouth.c d 

Torquay.d 

Tor Bay. 

Brixham.d 

Dartmouth.d 

Start Pt. 

Pmwl Pt.c d e 

Salcombe.d 

Bolt Hd.d 

Eddystone.d 

Plymouth.c d 

Stonehouse. 

Cattewater. 

Devonport.c 

Mt. Wise (Deyonpoi:t).6 

Keyham. 

Cornwall. 

■WTiitsand B. 

Fowey. 

Dodman Pt. 

Falmouth. 6 c d 

Manacle Rks. 

Lizard, The.c def 

Penzance, c d e 

Mount's B. 

Longships Lt.d 

Land's End.d 

Wolf Rock. 

Scilly IS.fi/ 
St. Mary's I.c d 
St. Agnes.d 



a Signifies an International Signal Station; 6 a Time Signal Station; c a Weather, Tide, or Ice Signal Station: d a Life-Savine Station' 

« a Lloyd's Signal Station; / a Wireless Telegraph Station. •■■•"b oi.iii.mii, 



Part I. 



GEOGRAPHICAL SIGNALS — PLACES GEOGRAPHICALLY ARRANGED. 



97 



WEST COAST ENGLAND. 



WEST COAST SCOTLAND. 



AEOW 
AEOY 
AEOZ 
AEPB 

AEPD 

AEPF 

AEPG 

AEPI 

AEPJ 

AEPK 

AEPM 

AEPN 

AEPO 

AEPR 

AEPS 

AEPT 

AEPV 

AEPW 

AEPX 

AEPZ 

AEQB 

AEQC 

AEQF 

AEQG 

AEQI 

AEQJ 

AEQK 

AEQM. 

AEQN 

AEQO 

AEQR 

AEQS 

AEQT 

AEQU 



AEQV 

AEQW 

AEQX 

AEQZ 

AERB 

AERC 

AERD 

AERF 

AERH 

AERJ 

AERK 

AERL 

AERN 

AERO 

AERP 

AERS 

AERT 

AERU 

AERW 

AERX 

AERY 

AESB 

AESC 

AESD 

AESP 

AESG 

AESH 

AESI 

AESK 

AESL 

AESM 

AESO 



Bishop Rock.d 
St. Mary's Road. 
Round I. 
Seven Stones Lt. V. 

St. Ives.c d. 
Hayle.c d 
Godrevy \.cd 
Padstow.rf 
Trevose Hd.d 
Hartland Pt.c 
Lundy I.c d e 
Bideford. 
Appledore.c d 
Barnstaple. c 
Bull Pt.c 
Ilfracombe.c d 
The Foreland. 
Watchet.d 
Bumham.c d 
Bridgewater.c 
Flatholm.rf 
Bristol. 
Portishead. 
Avon R. 
Avonmouth. 
King Road. 
Severn R. 
Sharpness Docks: 
Gloucester. 
Monmouth. 
Chepstow. 
Newport. 
Usk. 

English and Welsh 
grounds Lt. V. 

Wales. 
Cardiff, c 
Bute Docks. 
Penarth.crf 
Barry Docks.e 
Breaksea Pt. 
Breaksea Lt. V. 
Nash Pt.c 
Porthcawl.rf 
Scarweather Lt. V. 
P. Talbot. 
Neath. 

Briton Ferry. 
Swansea.?* 
Mumbles.crfe 
Heiwick Lt. V. 
Worm's Hd. 
Burry Port.rf 
Llanelly.c 
Caermarthen. 
Caldyl.crf 
Tenby .d 
Old Castle Hd. 
St. Ann's Hd.de 
Milford Haven. 
Neyland. 
Pembroke Dock. 

St. George's Ch. 
Smalls, if 
St. Bride's B. 
Bishops & Clerks. 
Fishguard. d 



AESP 

AESQ 

AESR 

AEST 

AESU 

•AESV 

AESX 

AESY 

AESZ 

AETC 

AETD 

AETF 

AETG 

AETH 

AETI 

AETJ 

AETL 

AETN 

AETP 

AETQ 

AETR 

AETU 

AETV 

AETW 

AETY 

AETZ 

AEUB 

AEUC 

AEUD 

AEUF 

AEUG 

AEUI 

AEUJ 

AEUK 

AEUL 

AEUM 

AEUN 

AEUO 

AEUQ 

AEUR 

AEUS 

AEUV 

AEUW 

AEUX 

AEUZ 

AEVB 

AEVC 

AEVD 

AEVF 

AEVG 

AEVH 

AEVJ 

AEVK 

AEVL 

AEVN 

AEVO 

AEVP 

AEVR 

AEVS 

AEVT 

AEVU 

AEVW 

AEVX 

AEVY 

AEWB 

AEWC 

AEWD 

AEWG 



Newjport.cf 

Cardigan.^ 

Cardigan B. Lt. V, 

Aberaeron. 

Aberystwith.d 

Aberdovey.d 

Barmouth.d 

P. Madoc. 

Pwilheli.d 

St. Tudwall Rds.d 

Bardsey I. 

Carnarvon.c 

Carnarvon B. Lt. V. 

Porth Dinlleyn.d 

South Stack.cd 

Anglesea. 

Holyhead. cd/ 

Skerries.d 

Menai Str. 

Bangor. 

Conway. 

Beaumaris. 

Lynus Pt.c 

Great Orme Hd. 

Abergele. 

Flint. 

DeeR. 

Dee Lt. V. 

Air Pt.d 

Connah's Quay.c 

Saltney. 

Chester. 

North West Lt. V. 

Hoylake.d 

Bar Lt. V. 

Leasowe. 

Bidston. 

Crosby Lt. V. 

North Wall (Mersey). 

Formby Lt. V. 

Mersey. 

Liverpool.rf 

Garston. 

Manchester Ship Canal. 

Widnes. 

Runcorn. 

EUesmere Pt. 

Prince's Landing Stage. 

Prince's Dock. 

Queen's Dock. 

Brunswick Dock. 

North Dock. 

Birkenhead. 

Morpeth Dock, ft 

Southport.crf 

Ribble R. 

Lytham.crf 

Preston. 

Manchester. 

Birmingham. 

Blackpool, cd 

Fleetwood.crf 

Wyre R. 

Lancaster. 

Morecambe B.c 

Piel Hr.d 

Walney I.c 

Barrow.c 



AEWH 

AEWI 

AEWK 

AEWL 

AEWM 

AEWN 

AEWO 

AEWP 

AEWQ 

AEWS 

AEWT 

AEWU 
AEWX 
AEWY 
AEWZ 
AEXC 
AEXD 
AEXF 
AEXH 

AEXI 

AEXJ 

AEXL 

AEXM 

AEXN 

AEXP 

AEXQ 

AEXR 

AEXT 

AEXU 

AEXV 

AEXY 

AEXZ 

AEYB 

AEYD 

AEYF 

AEYG 

AEYI 

AEYJ 

AEYE 

AEYM 

AEYN 

AEYO 

AEYQ 

AEYR 

AEYV 

AEYW 

AEYZ 

AEZB 

AEZC 

AEZF 

AEZG 

AEZH 

AEZJ 

AEZK 

AEZL 

AEZM 

AEZN 

AEZO 

AEZP 

AEZR 

AEZS 

AEZT 

AEZV 

AEZW 

AEZX 

AFBC 

AFBD 

AFBE 



Cumberland. 

Duddon R. 

St. Bees Hd. 

Whitehaven.cd 

Harrington. 

Selker Lt. Y. 

Workingtoh.c 

Maryport.cd 

Solway Firth.d 

Silloth.c 

Carlisle. 

Isle of Man.. 
Ayre Pt.c 
Calf of Man. 
Chicken Rock. 
Castletown.crf 
-Lang Ness. 
Douglas, cd 
Bahama Bank. 

Scotland. 

Dumfries. 

Southerness. 

Little Ross. 

Kirkcudbright. 

Wigton. 

Burrow Hd. 

Mull of Galloway.c 

P. Patrick.^ 

Corsewall Pt.c 

Loch Ryan.c 

Stranraer. 

Ailsa Craig. 

Girvan.d 

Turnberry Pt.c? 

Clyde. 

Ayr.d 

Troon, rf 

Irvine.d 

Ardrossan.cd 

Cloch Pt. 

Gourock. 

Toward Pt. 

Rothesay.c 

Cumbraes. 

Greenock, c 

P. Glasgow. 

Glasgow.c 

Dumbarton. 

Gare Loch. 

Helensburg. 

Loch Fyne. 

Inverary. 

Arran. 

Lamlash.c 

Pladda.d 

Kildonan Pt.de 

Campbelton.cd 

Sanda. 

Mull or Cantyre.c 

Islay.c 

P. Ellen. 

P. Charlotte. 

Jura Sound. 

Loch In Dail. 

Oversay I. 

McArthur Hd. 

Rudha Mhail.c 

Islay Sound. 



a Sienifles an International Signal Station; 6 a Time Signal Station; c a Weather, Tide, or Ice Signal Station; d a Life-Saving Station 
» oigmiit, o ^ ^ Lloyd's Signal Station; / a Wireless Telegraph Station. 

76564—09 7 



98 



GEOGRAPHICAL SIGNALS — PLACES GEOGRAPHICALLY ARRANGED. 



Part I. 





SCOTLAND. 




EAST COAST 


SCOTLAND. 


AFBH 


Sgeir Maiole(Sgeir 


AFEW 


Cantick Hd.c 


AFJS 


Queensferry.rf 




Vuile). 


AFEX 


Auskerry. 


AFJT 


St. Margaret's Hope. 


APBI 


Crinan Canal. 


AFGB 


Start Pt. 


AFJU 


Alloa. 


AFBJ 


Fladda Hr. 


AFGC 


Pierowall Road. 


AFJW 


Edinburgh. 6 


AFBL 


Colonsav. 


AFGD 


Noup Hd. 
MullHd. 


AFJX 


Stirling. 


AFBM 


Oban. 


AFGH , 


AFJY 


Forth and Clyde Canal. 


AFBN 


Loch Linnhe. 


AFGI 


North Ronaldsay. 


AFKB 


Grangemouth, c 


AFBP 


F. William. 


AFGJ 


Fair I.d 


AFKC 


Borrowstounness 


AFBQ 


Lismore I. 








(Bo'ness).c 


AFBR 


Caledonian Canal. 


AFGL 


Shetland Is. 


AFKD 


Leith.6 c 


AFBT 


lona. 


AFGM 


Sumburgh Hd.c 


AFKG 


Granton Hr.c 


AFBU 


Dubh Artach. 


AFGN 


Bressay I. 


AFKH 


Newhaven.e 


AFBV 


Skerry vore. 


AFGP 


Lerwick. cd 


AFKI 


Musselburgh. 


AFBX 


CoU. 


AFGQ 


Dury Voe. 


AFKL 


North Berwick.rf 


AFBY 


Mull. 


AFGR 


Whalsey. 


AFKM 


Fidra. 


AFBZ 


Ardnamurchan. 


AFGT 


The Out Skerries. 


AFKN 


Dunbar.crf 


AFCD 


Rum I. 


AFGU 


Balta I. 


AFKP 


St. Abb's Hd.ee 


AFCE 


Maleg Hr. 


AFGV 


Hillswick. 


AFKQ 


Eyemouth. erf 


AFCG 


Loch Nevis. 


AFGX 


Scalloway.c 






AFCI 


Ornsay I. 


APGY 


Foula. 


AFKR 


Berwick.erf 


AFCJ 


Kyle Akin. 


AFGZ 


Ve Skerries. 


AFKT 


Tweed R. 


AFCK 


Stroma Ferry. 


AFHC 


Papa Stour I. 


AFKU 


Holy I.rf 


AFCM 


Isle of Skye. 


AFHD 


Unst. 


AFKV 


Longs tone. 


AFCN 


Portree. 






AFKX 


Farn I. 


AFCO 


The Minch. 


AFHE 


Faroe Is. 


AFKY 


Alnmouth.rf 






AFHI 


Thorshavn. 


AFKZ 


Coquet I. 


AFCQ 


Hebrides. 


AFHJ 


Vestmanhavn. 


AFLC 


Warkworth.c 


AFCR 


Stornoway.crfe 


AFHK 


Sudero. 


AFLD 


Newbiggin.rf 


AFCS' 


Lewis. 


AFHM 


Stromo. 


AFLE 


BLYTH.crf- 


AFCU 


Carloway. 






AFLH 


Tyne R. 


AFCV 


Butt of Lewis.e/ 


AFHN 


Noss Hd. 


AFLI 


Tynemouth.rfc 


AFCW 


Glas I.c 


AFHO 


Wick.cd 


AFU 


North Shields.ferf 


AFCY 


Flannan Is./ 


AFHQ 


Dornoch. 


AFLM 


South Shields.rf 


AFCZ 


North Uist. 


AFHR 


Tarbet Ness.c 


AFLN 


Jarrow. 


AFDB 


Loch Maddy. 


AFHS 


Moray Firth. 


AFLO 


Newcastle. 


AFDE 


Monach Is. 


AFHU 


Cromarty. 


AFLP 


Hepburn. 


AFDG 


South TJist. 


AFHV 


Invergordon. 


AFLQ 


Souter Pt.c 


AFDH 


Ushinish. 


AFHW 


Dingwall. 


AFLR 


Sunderland. erf 


AFDJ 


Loch Boisdale. 


AFHY 


Chanonry Pt. 


AFLS 


Seaham.ed 


AFDK 


Barra. 


AFHZ 


Inverness.c 


AFLU 


Hartlepool.c rf 


AFDL 


Castle B. 


AFIB 


Nairn, erf 


AFLV 


Heugh. 


AFDN 


Vatersay I. 


AFID 


Covesea. 


AFLW 


Tees R. 


AFDO 


St. Kilda. 


AFIE 


Banff. erf 


AFLY 


Stockton. 


AFDP 


Rockall. 


AFIG 


Kinnard Hd. 


AFLZ 


MiDDLESBROTJGK. 


AFDQ 


North Bona. 


AFIJ 


Fraserbuigh.erf/ 
Rattray Hd.rf 


AFMB 


Whitby.erf 


AFDR 


Sulisker. 


AFIK 


AFMD 


Scarborough. erf 






AFIL 


Peterhead, erf 


AFME 


Filey .rf 


AFDS 


Sutherland. 


AFIN 


Buchan Ness. 


AFMG 


Fla,mborough Hd.rf e 


AFDT 


Ru Stoer. 


AFIO 


Newburg.rf 


AFMI 


Bridlington.ocrf 


AFDU 


C. Wrath.c 


AFIP 


Aberdeen.c rf 


AFMJ 


York. 


AFDV 


Loch EriboU. 


AFIR 


Girdle Ness.e 


AFMK 


Withernsea.rf/ 


AFDW 


Sule Skerries. 


AFIS 


Stonehaven.crf 


AFMN 


Humber R. 


AFDX 


Strathie Pt. 


AFIT 


Montrose.erf 


AFMO 


Spurn Pt.de 


AFDY 


Scrabster.d 


AFIV 


Arbroath, erf 


AFMP 


Grimsby .erf 


AFDZ 


Thurso.d 


AFIW 


Bell Rock. 


AFMQ 


Spurn Lt. V. 
HuLL.e 


AFEB 


Dunnet Hd.cc 


AFIX 


Buddon Nese.rf 


AFMR 


AFEC 


Stroma. 


AFIZ 


Broughty*Ferry.c rf 


AFMS 


Goole. 


AFEG 


Duncansby Hd. 


AFJB 


Tay R. 


AFMT 


Bradford. 


AFEH 


Pentland Firth. 


AFJC 


Dundee. 6 c 


AFMV 


Sheffield. 


AFEI 


Pentland Skerries. 


AFJD 


Perth. 


AFMX 


Leeds. 






AFJE 


St. Andrews.crf 


AFMY 


Gainsborough. 


AFEK 


Orkney Is. 


AFJG 


Fife Ness. 


AFNB 


The Wash. 


AFEL 


South Ronaldsay. 


AFJH 


Firth of Forth. 


AFNC 


Outer Dowsing Lt. V. " 


AFEM 


Stronsay. 


AFJI 


Methil. 


AFND 


Inner Dowsing Lt. V. 


AFEO 


Pomona. 


AFJK 


May I. 


AFNE 


Lynn Well Lt. V. 


AFEP 


Helliar Holm 


AFJL 


Fife. 


AFNG 


Dudgeon Lt. V. 


AFEQ 


Kirkwall, c 


AFJM 


Inch Keith. 


AFNH 


Wainfleet. 


AFES 


Hoy. 


AFJO 


Kirkcaldy. 


AFNI 


Boston. e 


AFET 


Stromness.c d 


AFJP 


Burntisland. erf 


AFNK 


King's Lynn.c 


AFEU 


Long Hope.ii 


AFJQ 


Forth Bridge. 


AFNL 


Wisbeach. 



a Signifles an International Signal Station ; 6 a Time Signal Station; c a Weather, Tide, or Ice Signal Station; d a Lite-Saving Station; 

e a Lloyd's Signal Station; /a Wireless Telegraph Station. 



Part I. 



GEOGRAPHICAL SIGNALS— PLACES GEOGRAPHICALLY ARRANGED. 



99 



IRELAND. 



NORTH COAST FRANCE. 



AFNM 

AFNP 

AFNQ 

AFNR 

AFNS 

AFNT 

AFNU 

AFNV 

AFNX 

AFNT 

AFNZ 

AFOC 

AFOD 

AFOE 

AFOH 

AFOI 

AFOJ 

AFOL 

AFOM 

AFON 

AFOQ 

AFOR 

AFOS 

AFOU 

AFOV 

AFOW 

AFOY 

AFOZ 

AFPB 

AFPD 

AFPE 

AFPG 

AFPH 

AFPI 

AFPJ 

AFPK 

AFPL 

AFPM 

AFPN 

AFPO 

AFPR 

AFPS 

AFPT 

AFPV 

AFPW 

AFPX 

AFPZ 

AFQB 

AFQC 

AFQE 

AFQG 

AFQH 

AFQJ 

AFQK 

AFQL 

AFQN 

AFQO 

AFQP 

AFQS 

AFQT 

AFQU 

AFQW 

AFQX 

AFQY 

AFRB 

AFRC 

AFRD 

AFRG 

AFRH 



Hunstanton, d 

Wells.d 

Cromer.d 

Haisborough Lt. V. 

Bacton.d 

Would Lt. V. 

Winterton.d . 

Leman and Ower Lt. V. 

Smiths Knoll Lt. V. 

Yarmouth, erf 

Cockle Lt. V. 

St. Nicholas Lt. V. 

Gorton Lt. V. 

Newarp Lt. V. 

Cross Sand Lt. V. 

Lowestoft.c d 

Pakefield. 

Southwold.rf 

Aldborough.rfe 

Orford Ness. erf 

Shipwash Lt. V. 

HoUesleyB. 

Harwich.rf 

Orwell R. 

Ipswich. 

Manningtree. 

Dovercourt. 

Outer Gabbard Lt. V. 

Felixstowe. 

Cork Lt. V. 

Long Sand Lt. V. 

Sunk Lt. V. 

Gunfleet. c 

Wivenhoe. 

Colchester. 

Kentish Knock Lt. V. 

Swin Middle Lt. V. 

Maldon. 

Galloper Lt. V. 

Ireland. 
C. Clear. 
Fastnet. c ef 
Crookhaven. df 
Brow Hd. c ef 
Bantry B. 
Mizen Hd. 
Berehaven. 6 
Ardnakinna Pt. 
Roancarrig I. 
Glengariff Hr. 
Bull Rock. 
Kenmare. 
Ballinskellig. d 
Skelligs. 
Valentia. rf 
Dingle B.rf 
Castlemaine. 
Tearaght I. 
Tralee. c 
Shannon R. 
Loop Hd. c 
Kilcradan Hd. 
Scattery I. 
Foynes Hr. 
Tarbert. 
Clare. 

LiMBBICK. c 

Liscanor. 
Inisheer. 



AFRI 
AFRK 
APRL 
AFRM 
AFRO 
AFRP 
AFRQ 
AFRT 
AFRU 
AFRV 
AFRX 
AFRY 
AFRZ 
AFSC 
AFSD 
AFSE 
AFSH 
AFSI 
■AFSJ 
AFSL 
AFSM 
AFSN 
AFSP 
AFSQ 
AFSR 
AFSU 
AFSV 
AFSW 
AFSY 
AFSZ 
AFTB 
AFTD 
AFTE 
AFTH 
AFTI 
AFTI 
AFTL 
AFTN 
AFTO 
APTP 
AFTQ 
AFTR 
AFTS 
AFTU 
AFTV 
AFTW 
AFTY 
AFTZ 
AFUB 
AFUD 
AFUE 
AFUG 
AFUI 
AFUJ 
AFUK 
AFUM 
AFUO 
AFUQ 
AFUR 
AFUS 
AFUV 
AFUX 
AFUZ 
AFVB 
AFVD 
AFVE 
AFVG 
AFVI 
AFVJ 
AFVK 



Eeragh I. 

Gal way. e 

Arran Is. 

Slyne Hd. 

Killary B. 

Clare I. 

Inishgort. 

ClewB. 

Westport. 

Achifl Hd. 

Blacksod B. 

Mayo. 

Eagle I. 

Broadhaven. ! ^ ; 

Killala. 

Ballina. 

Sligo. 

Ballyshannon. 

Donegal. 

Killybegs. c 

Rathlin O'Birne I. 

Bloody Foreland. 

Arranmore (Aran I.), rf 

Tory I. c e 

Lough Swilly. 

Fanad Pt. c 

Buncrana. 

Rathmullan. c 
Malin Hd. e ef 

Inishtrahull. ef 
Lough Foyle. c rf 
Inishowen Hd. 
Londonderry. 
Moville. 
Coleraine. 
Rathlin I. 
Altacary Hd. 
Ballycastle. c 
Tor Pt. e 
Maidens. 
Lame. 
Bemast. 
Black Hd. 
Carrickfergus. rf 
Bangor. 
Mew I. 

Donaghadee. c 
Skulmartin Lt. V. rf 
South Rock Lt. V. rf 
Strangford. 
Ardglaes Hr. 
St. John's Pt. 
Dundrum B. rf 
Carlingford. rf 
Greenore. rf 
Newry. 
Dundalk. 
Boyne R. rf 
Drogheda. 
Balbriggan. rf 
Rockabill. 
Howth Bailey, c rf 
Kish Lt. V. 
Dublin. 6 c rf 
Poolbeg. 
Liftey R. 
Kingstown, c rf 
Wicklow. rf 
Codling Bank Lt. V. 
Arklow. rf 



AFVM 

AFVN 

AFVO 

AFVP 

AFVQ 

AFVR 

AFVS 

AFVU 

AFVW 

AFVX 

AFVZ 

AFWB 

AFWC 

AFWE 

AFWG 

AFWH 

AFWJ 

AFWK 

AFWL 

AFWN 

AFWO 

AFWP 

AFWR 

APWS 

AFWT 

AFWV 

AFWX 

AFWY 

AFXB 

AFXC 
AFXD 
APXG 
APXH 

AFXJ 

AFXL 

APXM 

AFXN 

AFXP 

AFXQ 

AFXR 

AFXT 

AFXU 

APXV 

AFXY 

AFXZ 

AFYB 

AFYG 

AFYI 

AFYJ 

AFYK 

AFYM 

AFYN 

AFYO 

AFYQ 

AFYR 

AFY8 

AFYU 

AFYV 

AFYW 

AFYZ 

AFZB 

AFZC 

AFZE 

AFZG 

AFZH 

AFZJ 

AFZK 

AFZM 



Blackwater Bank Lt. V.rf 

Lucifer Lt. V. rf 

Wexford, rf 

North Arklow Bk. Lt. V. 

Rosalare. df 

South Arklow Bk. Lt. V. 

Tuskar Rk. c 

Carnsore Pt. rf 

Barrels Rock Lt. V. 

Coningbeg Lt. V. 

Saltees. 

Bannow B. 

New Ross, c 

Waterford. 

Hook Pt. 

Duncannon. 

Dunmore. c rf 

Dungarvan. c 

Mine Hd. c 

Ardmore. rf 

Youghal.crf 

Ballycottin I. 

Cork. 6 c 

Queenstown. 6 c rf 

Haul bowline I. 

Roche Pt. a ef 

Daunt Rock Lt. V. 

Kinsale. c 

Old Head of Kinsale. 

e rfe 
Clonakilty. 
Galley Hd. e 
Glandore. rf 
Baltimore, rf 

France. 

DUNKBRQUK. ah cd 

Lisle. 

Bergues. 

Zuydcoote. a c 

Ruytingen Lt. V. rf 

Snouw Lt. V. rf 

Dyck Lt. V. rf 

Gravelines. acd 

Walde. rf 

Calais, acd 

C. Blanc Nez. 

C. Gris Nez. acde 

Boulogne, c rf 

C. Alprech. a 

Etaples. 

Pt. du Touquet. a 

Berck. rf , • 

P. d' Abbeville. 

Somme R. 

St. Valery. d 

Cayeux. o rf 

Le Tr6port. a rf 

Dieppe, a df 

Pt. d'Ailly.a 

St. Valery-en-Caux. a rf 

F6camp. a rf 

Pagnet Pt. 

Etretat. a rf 

Cf d'Antifer. a 

C. la Hfeve. a 

Havre (Lb Havre), erf 

Harfleur. 

Seine R. 

Fatouville. 



oSignifles an International Signal Station; b a Time Signal Station; c a Weatlier, Tide, or Ice Signal Station; d a Lite-Saving Station; 

e a Lloyd's Signal Station; /a Wireless Telegraph Station. 



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NORTH AND WEST COASTS FRANCE. 



AFZN 

AFZO 

AFZQ 

AFZR 

AFZS 

AFZU 

AFZW 

AFZY 

AGBC 

AGBE 

AGBF 

AGBH 

AGBJ 

AGBK 

AGBL 

AGBN 

AGBO 

AGBP 

AGBR 

AGBS 

AGBT 

AGBV 

AGBW 

AGBX 

AGBZ 

AGCB 

AGCD 

AGCF 

AGCH 

AGCI 

AGCK 

AGCL 

AGCM 

AGCO 

AGCP 

AGCQ 

AGOS 

AGCT 

AGCU 

AGOW 

AGOX 

AGCY 

AGDB 

AGDO 

AGDE 

AGDH 

AGDI 

AGDJ 

AGDL 

AGDM 

AGDN 

AGDP 

AGDQ 

AGDR 

AGDT 

AGDU 

AGDV 

AGDX 

AGDY 

AGDZ 

AGEB 

AGED 

AGEF 

AGEH 

AGEJ 

AGEK 

AGEL 

AGEN 



Berville. 

Pt. de la Roque. 

Quillebceuf. 

Caudebec. 

Guerbaville. 

Rouen. 

Paris. 

Versailles. 

The Elys^e. 

Honfleiir. c d 

Trouville. d 

Pt. Beuzeval. a 

Dives. 

Oyestreham. aed 

Orne R. 

Caen. 

St. Aubin. a 

CourseuUes. c d 

Pt. de Ver. 

Bemierea. a 

Pt. en Bessin. a d 

Percys Pt. a 

Isigny. 

Oarentan. 

St. Marcouf. 

La Hougue. a 

St. Vaast. d 

R^ville. 

Barfleur. a d 

C. Barfleur. 

Gatteville. d 

C. Levi, a d 

Cherbourg. 6 d 

Pelde I. a 

Pt. de Querqueville. a d 

C. de la Hague, af 

Jardeheu Pt. a 

Nez de Jobourg. a 

Channel Is. 

Aldbrnet. 

St. Anne. 

Caflquets. 

Guernsey. 

St. Peter Port, cd 

Hanois. 

St. Sampson's. 

Les Ecr^hos. 

Herm. 

Serk. 

Creux Hr. 

Jersey. 

St. Helier. a d 

St. Aubin. 

La Corbifere. 

Gorey. a 

Rozel. 

St. Catherine B. 

Minquiers. 

P. DE DiELBTTE. d 

C. de Flamanville. a 
0. de Carteret, a d 
P. Bail. 
St. Germain, a 
lie S6n^quet..rf 
Pt. d'Agon. a 
R6gn6vUle. d 
Tourville (Toumeville). 
Chausey la. a d 



AGEO 

AGEP 

AGER 

AGES 

AGET 

AGEV 

AGEW 

AGEX 

AGEZ 

AGFB 

AGFC 

AGFE 

AGFH 

AGFI 

AGFK 

AGFL 

AGFM 

AGFO 

AGFP 

AGFQ 

AGFS 

AGFT 

AGFU 

AGFV 

AGFW 

AGFX 

AGPY 

AGHB 

AGHC 

AGHD 

AGHF 

AGHI 

AGHJ 

AGHL 

AGHM 

AGHN 

AGHP 

AGHQ 

AGHR 

AGHT 

AGHU 

AGHV 

A6HX 

AGHY 

AGHZ 

AGIC 

AGID 

AGIE 

AGIH 

AGU 

AGIK 

AGIM 

AGIN 

AGIO 

AGIQ 

AGIR 

AGIS 

AGIU 

AGIV 

AGIX 

AGIY 

AGIZ 

AGJC 

AGJD 

AGJE 

AGJH 

AGJI 

AGJK 

AGJM 

AGJN 



Granville, d 

Roc. Pt. a 

Mt. St. Michel. 

Avranches. 

Bretagne. 

Caincale. 

Pierre de Herpin. d 

Grouin Pt. a 

B^nard Pt. a 

Roches Bonnes. 

St. Malo. d 

St. Servan. 

Grand Jardin Islet, d 

La Ranee R. 

Dinan. 

Dinard. d 

St. Briac. 

D6coll6 Pt. a 

St. Cast Pt. a d 

C. Fr^el. a 

Erqui. a d 

Le L6gu6. 

St. Brieuc. 

Grand L^jon. 

Roselier Pt. a d 

Portrieux. d 

St. Quay, a 

Plouzec Pt. a 

Paimpol. 

Ost-Pic Rock. 

Trieux R. 

Croix Rocks. 

Br^hat l.ad 

Roches d'Ouvres. d 

H^aux de Br^hat. d 

Cr6ach-ar-Maout. a 

Trfeuier. 

P. Blanc, a d 

Anse de Perros. 

Perros-Guirrec. d 

Ploumanac'h. a d 

Les Sept-Iles. 

Triagoz. d 

B^leguer Pt. 

Lannion. 

Bihit R. a 

Primel Pt. a d 

He Noire, d 

Tour de la Lande. 

Morlaix. 

PenpouU. 

St. Pol de L4on. 

Bloscon Pt. a 

Roscoff. d 

He de Bas. a d 

St. Jacques. 

P. Nevez. 

Poul^azec Pt. 

Kernic. 

Goulven. 

Ploun^our. 

Pontusval. d 

P. Treisseny. 

Kerisoc Pt. a 

Vierge I. 

Abervrac'h 'R.ad 

Lanvaon Height. 

L'Aberbenoit. 

Landunevfe Pt. a 

Le Four, d 



AGJC 

AGJQ 
AGJR 

AGJS 

AGJU 

AGJV 

AGJW 

AGJY 

AGJZ 

AGKB 

AGKD 

AGKE 

AGKH 

AGKJ 

AGKL 

AGKM 

AGKO 

AGKP 

AGKQ 

AGKS 

AGKT 

AGKU 

AGKW 

AGKX 

AGKY 

AGLB 

AGLC 

AGLD 

AGLF 

AGLH 

AGLI 

AGLK 

AGLM 

AGLN 

AGLP 

AGLQ 

AGLR 

AGLT 

AGLU 

AGLV 

AGLX 

AGLY 

AGLZ 

AGMC 

AGMD 

AGME 

AGMH 

AGMI 

AGMJ 

AGML 

AGMN 

AGMO 

AGMQ 

AGMR 

AGMS 

AGMU 

AGMV 

AGMY 

AGMZ 

AGNB 

AGND 

AGNE 

AGNF 

AGNI 

AGNJ 

AGNK 

AGNM 



USHANT, OT IlE D'OuES- 
SANT. (// 

Stiff Pt. a d 
Creac'h Pt. ade 

Biscay, Bay or, or 
Gulf of Gascogne.* 
Corsen Pt. a 
P. Conquet. d 
St. Mathieu Pt. a ' 

Les Pierres Noires. 
Bertheaume. 
Cr^ac'hmeur Pt. a 
Minou Pt. 
Portzic Pt. o 
Brest. 6 d 
Lanninon. 
Penfeld R. 
Rade de Brest. 
Kerhuon. 
Landemeau. 
Chateaulin. 
Roscanv.el. 
Capucins Pt. 
Camaret. a d 
Toulinguet Pt. 
Pt. des Pois. a 
Ch6vre C. a 
Douarnenez. d 
Millier Pt. 
Ar-Men Rock, rf 
He de Sein. d 
T^vennec. d 
La VieiUe. d 
Bee du Raz de Sein. a 
Pt. de I'Ervily. o 
' Audierne. d 
Poulgoazec. 
Penmarc'h. a d 
Guilfinec. d 
L'Esconil. a d 
Pont L'Abb^. 
Combrit. 
B^nodet. d 
Quimper. 
Beg Meil Pt. a 
La Forest. 
Concarneau. d 
M6d6e Rock. 
He aux Moutons. d 
Penfret l.ad 
Tr^ignon Pt. d 
Beg Morg Pt. a 
Dou^lan. d 
Anse du Pouldu. a 
Quimperl6 R. 
Groix I. d 
Pen Men Pt. 
Croix, a 

Bee Melen Pt. a 
Talut Pt. (Lorient). 
P. Louis. 
Grave Pt. o 
Lorient 6 
K^roman. 
Blavet. 
La Peyrifere. 
La Teignouse. d 
Belle-fle. 
Loc Maria, d 



a Signifies an International Signal Station; 6 a Time Signal Station; c a Weather, Tide, or Ice Signal Station; d a Life-Saving Station- 

e a Lloyd's Signal Station; /a Wireless Telegraph Station. somwou, 



Part I. 



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101 



i; 


WEST COAST FRANCE. 


SPAIN. 


PORTUGAL. 


AGNO 


Arzic Pt. 


AGRM 


Maumusson Ch. 


AGVQ 


St. Martin de la Arena, a 


AGNP 


Taillefer Pt. a 


AGRN 


Seudre R. 


AGVR 


Suances. 


AGNQ 


Hastellic Pt. a 


AGRP 


Gironde R. 


AGVT 


San Vicente de la Bar- 


AGNR 


Goulfar B. (Talut Pt.) a 


AGRQ 


Coubre Pt. a d / 




quera. 


AGNS 


Kerdonis Pt. 


AGRS 


Grand Banc Lt. V. d 


AGVU 


Tina Mayor. 


AGNT 


Le Palais, d 


AGRU 


Corduan. d 


AGVW 


Llanes. d 


AGNV 


Sauzon. 


AGRV 


Palmyre Pt. 


AGVY 


C. Prieto. 


AGNW 


Quiberon (Loc-Maria).ad 


AGRW 


La Falaise. 


AGVZ 


Rivadesella. d 


AGNX 


St. Pierre. 


AGRY 


Terre-Negre. 


AGWB 


Villaviciosa. 


AGNZ 


Kerpenhir Pt. a 


AGRZ 


Chay. 


AGWD 


GuGN. a d 


AGOB 


Auray.d 


AGSB 


St. Pierre de Royan. 


AGWE 


Candas. 


AGOG 


P. Navallo. d 


AGSD 


Royan. d 


AGWF 


Luanco. 


AGOE 


Vannes. 


AGSE 


St. Nicolas, d 


AGWI 


Asturias. 


AGOF 


Morbihan. 


AGSF 


Grave Pt. a d 


AGWJ 


C. Penas. 


AGOH 


Grand Mont Pt. a 


AGSI 


Tallais Bank Lt. V. d 


AGWK 


Avil6s. a 


AGOJ 


Penerf. 


AGSJ 


Valliere Pt. 


AGWM 


Prav-a R. 


AGOK 


Penlan Pt. 


AGSK 


P. St. Georges. 


AGWN 


Cudillero. 


AGOL 


Haedik l.a 


AGSM 


Richard. 


AGWO 


C. Busto. 


AGON 


La Vilaine R. 


AGSN 


By Lt> V. 


AGWQ 


Luarca. 


AGOP 


La Roche Bernard. 


AGSQ 


Calonge. 


AGWR 


Navia. 


AGOQ 


Redon. 


AGSR 


Mousset. 


AGWS 


Orrio de Tapia I. 


AGOS 


Rennes. 


AGST 


La Gaet. 


AGWU 


Castropol. 


AGOT 


Le Four, d 


AGSV 


Pauillac. d 


AGWV 


Rivadeo. d 


AGOU 


Grands Cardinaux. d 


AGSW 


Patiras I. 


AGWX 


San Ciprian. 


AGOX 


Pt. duCastelli. a 


AGSX 


Blaye. 


AGWZ 


Vivero. 


AGOY 


Le Croisic. c d 


AGSZ 


Garonne R. 


AGXB 


Barquero. 


AGPB 


La Banche. d 


AGTB 


Dordogne R. 


AGXC 


C. Vares. a 


AGPC 


Aiguillon. 


AGTD 


Bordeaux, d 


AGXE 


Estaca Pt. 


AGPD 


Ville-es-Martin. 


AGTF 


Hourtin. 


AGXF 


C. Ortegal. 


AGPF 


La Loire R. 


AGTH 


C. Ferret, d 


AGXH 


C. Prior. 


AGPH 


St. Nazaire. c 


AGTI 


Arcachon. a d 


AGXJ 


Mt. Ventoso. a 


AGPI 


Chemoulin Pt. a d 


AGTK 


Leyre R. 


AGXK 


C. Priorino. 


AGPK 


Paimboeuf. 


AGTL 


La Teste de Buch. 


AGXL 


Ferrol./ 


AGPL 


Nantes. 


AGTM 


Contis. d 


AGXN 


Jubia B. 


AGPM 


Angers. 


AGTO 


C. Breton, a d 


AGXO 


Serantes R. 


AGPO 


St. Gildas Pt. a 


AGTP 


Adour R. c 


AGXP 


Mugardos. 


AGPQ 


Pornic. c d 


AGTQ 


Bayonne. d 


AGXR 


Eume R. 


AGPR 


Pilier Lad 


AGTS 


Biarritz, a d 


AGXS 


Ares. 


AGPT 


Noirmoutier I. d 


AGTU 


St. Jean de Luz. d 


AGXT 


Redes. 


AGPU 


Pt. des Dames. 


AGTV 


St. Barbe Pt. 


AGXV 


Betanzos. 


AGPV 


P. Breton, c d 


AGTX 


Socoa. a d 


AGXW 


Sada. 


AGPW 


St. Sauveur. a 


AGTY 


Pyrenees. 


AGXY 


Corufia. df 


AGPX 


He d'Yeu. a 






AGYB 


Sisargas I. 


AGPY 


Croix de Vie. 


AGUB 


Spain. 


AGYC 


Corme. 


AGPZ 


St, Gilles sur Vie. c d 


AGUD 


Madrid. 


AGYD 


C. Villa'no. 


AGQC 


Sables d'Olonne. a cd 


AGUF 


Bidassoa. 


AGYF 


Camarinas. d 


AGQD 


Lugon. 


AGUH 


C. Higuera. 


AGYH 


C. Torifiana. 


AGQE 


He de Re. 


AGUI 


Fuenterrabia. . 


AGYI 


Nemina. 


AGQH 


Baleines Pt. a d 


AGUK 


P. Pasages. 


AGYK 


C. FiNISTERRE. a ef 


AGQI 


Haut Banc du Nord. « 


AGUL 


San Sebastian, a d 


AGYL 


Corcubion. d 


AGQJ 


Chauveau Pt. 


AGUM 


Guetaria. 


AGYM 


Sadineiro (Lobera). 


AGQL 


Roche Bonne Lt. V. 


AGUO 


Sumaya, or, Zumaya. 


AGYO 


Ezaro. 


AGQM 


La Pallice P. d 


AGUP 


Motrico. 


AGYP 


Queijal Pt. 


AGQN 


La Rochelle. d 


AGUQ 


Lequeitio. 


AGYQ 


Santiago de Compos- 


AGQP 


Marane. 


AGUS 


Mondaca R. 




tella. 


AGQR 
AGQS 
AGQU 


Niort. 


AGUT 


Bermeo. 


AGYS 


Muros. d 


Antioche. 


AGUV 


C. Machichaco. 


AGYT 


C. Corrobedo. 


Basques Roads, or, P. des 
Barques. 


AGUX 


Galea, a 


AGYU 


Caraminal. 




AGUY 


Portugalete. d 


AGYW 


Arosa. 


AGQV 


He d'Aix. a 


AGUZ 


Bilbao, a c 


AGYX 


Carril. 


AGQW 
': AGQY 


Fouras. 6 


AGVC 


Castro Urdiales. d 


AGYZ 


Padron. 


ROCHEPORT. b d 


AGVD 


Viscaya. 


AGZC 


Villagarcia. 


AGQZ 


La Charente R. 


AGVE 


Laredo, d 


AGZD 


Salvora I. 


AGRB 


Saintes. 


AGVH 


Santona. 


AGZE 


Rual. 


1 AGRD 


Marennes. 


AGVI 


Caballo Pt. 


AGZH 


0ns L 


AGRE 


He d^Oleron. d 


AGVJ 


Pescador Pt. 


AGZI V 


Pontevedra. 


AGRH 


St. Pierre. 


AGVL 


C. Quexo. 


AGZJ 


Marin. 


AGRI 


Le Chateau. 


AGVM 


Santander. a d 


AGZL 


Aldan B. 


AGRJ 


Chassiron. a d 


AGVN 


Monro I. 


AGZM 


Cies I. 


AGRL 


Boursefrant. 


AGVP 


C. Mayor, o 


AGZN 


Bayona. 



a Sienifles an International Signal Station ; 6 a Time Signal Station; c a Weather, Tide, or Ice Signal Station ; d a Life-Saving Station; 
^ eaLloyd'sSignalStation;/a Wireless Telegraph Station. 



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PORTUGAL. 




SOUTH AND EAST COASTS SPAIN. 


agzp 


Vigo, c 
C. Silleirq. 


AHEN 


Rota. 


AHJI 


Estacio. 


AGZQ 

agzr 


AHEO 


Santa Maria. 


AHJK 


Torfevieja. d 


La Guardia. 


AHEP 


Cadiz, d 


AHJM 


Segura R. 






AHER 


Xeres. 


AHJN 


Tabarca, or, Plana I. 


AGZT 


Portugal. 


AHES 


Haste Afuera Sh. 


AHJO 


Santa Pola. 


AGZU 


Caminha. d 


AHET 


P. Real. 


AHJQ 


Alicante. 


AGZV 


Mifio R. 


AHEV 


Carraca. 


AHJR 


C. Huertas. 


AGZX 


Valenca. 


AHEW 


Trocadero. 


AHJS 


Villajoyosa. 


AGZY 


Lima R. 


AHEX 


Puntales Castle. 


AHJU 


Benidorme. 


AHBC 


Vianna. a c d 


AHEZ 


San Fernando, b 


AHJV 


Albir Pt. 


AHBE 


Villa de Conde. 


AHFB 


Las Puercas. 


AHJW 


Altea. 


AHBP 


P. Leix6es. u 


AHFC 


San Sebastian, d 


AHJY 


Calpe. 


AHBG 


Douro R. 


AHFE 


Sancti Petri. 


AHJZ 


Morayra. 


AHBJ 


Oporto, a c 


AHFG 


Conil. 


AHKP 


Javea. d 


AHBK 


Aveiro. d 


AHFI 


C. Trafalgar. 


ABKD 


C. San Antonio, af 


AHBL 


C. Mondego. 


AHFK 


Aceitera Sh. 


AHKE 


Denia. d 


AHBN 


Figueira. 


AHFL 


Tarifa. ad e 


AHKF 


Almadabra. 


AHBO 


San Martinho. 


AHFM 


Palmones R. 


AHKI 


Gaiidia. 


AHBP 


Burling I. 


AHFO 


Carnero. 


AHKJ 


Jucar R. 


AHBR 


C. Carvoeiro. a c 


AHFP 


Mayorga. 


AHKL 


CuUera. 


AHBS 


Peniche. d e 


AHFQ 


Algeciras. d 


AHKN 


Albufera. 


AHBT 


Ericeira. 


AHFS 


Verde I, 


AHKO 


Valencia, d 


AHBV 


C. Roca. 


AHFT 


San Roque. 


AHKP 


Grao de Valencio. 


AHBW 


Oitavos. ace 


AHFU 


Gibraltar, ab ef 


AHKR 


Cabanal. 


AHBX 


Cascaes H. a c d f 


AHFW 


Rosia B. 


AHKS 


Burriana. 


AHBZ 


Tagus R. 
Belem. 


AHFX 


Europa Pt. 


AHKT 


Castellon de la Plana. 


AHCB 






AHKV 


C. Oropesa. 
Columbretes Is. 
Peniscola. 


AHOE 
AHCG 


Lisbon, b c 
Guia. 


AHFZ 


Mediterranean. 


AHKW 
AHKZ 


AHCI 


San Julian, a c 






AHLB 


Benicarlo. 


AHCJ 


Caxias (Observatory). 


AHGB 


Blackstrap B. 
Tunara. d 


AHLC 


Vinaroz. d 


AHCL 


Bugio. 


AHGC 


AHLE 


P. Alfaques. 


AHCM 


Ajuda. 


AHGE 


Sabinilla: 


AHLF 


St. Carlos. 


AHCN 


Cacilhas Pt. 


AHGF 


Doncella Pt. 


AHLG 


Bana Pt. 


AHCP 


C. Espichel. a c 


AHGI 


Estepona. 


AHLJ 


Ebro R. 


AHCQ 


Setubal (St. Ubes). d 


AHGK 


Marbella. 


AHLK 


Amposta. 
C. Tortosa. 


AHOR 


C. Sines. 


AHGL 


Calaburras Pt. 


AHLM 


AHCT 


Odemira. 


AHGM 


Fuengirola. 


AHLO 


Escudel, or, Fango Pt. 


AHCU 


C. Sardao. 


AHGO 


Malaga, d 


AHLP 


P. Fangar, 


AHCV 


C. St. Vincent. 


AHGP 


Velez Malaga. 


AHLQ 


Cambrils. d 


AHCX 


' Sagres. ace 


AHGQ 


Torrox. 


AHLS 


Salou. 


AHCY 


Lagos, d 


AHGS 


Nerja. 


AHLT 


Tarragona, d 


AHCZ 


Portimao. d 


AHGT 


Almunecar. 


AHLU 


C. Gros. 


AHDC 


C. Carvoeiro. 


AHGU 


Salobreiia; 


AHLW 


Palomera. 


AHDE 


Balieira Pt. 


AHGW 


Motril. 


AHLX 


Villanueva. d 


AHDF 


Faro, d 


AHGX 


C. Sacratif. 


: AHLY 


Sitges. 
Llobregat. a 


AHDI 


C. St. Mary. 


AHGY 


Granada. 


AHMB 


AHDJ 


Tavira. 


AHIB 


. Alboran I. 


: AHMC 


Barcelona, d 


AHDK 


Villa Reale. 


AHIC 


Ferro Castel. 


AHMD 


Besds R. 


AHDM 


Guadiana R. 


AHID 


Adra. 


AHMF 


Badalona. 


AHDN 


Pomarao. 


AHIF 


Sabinal Pt. 


AHMG 


Mongat Pt. 






AHIG 


Roquetas.. 


AHMI 


Masnou. 


AHDO 


Ayamonte. 


AHIJ 


Almeria./ 


AHMK 


Matar6. d 


AHDQ 


Higuerita Bar. 


AHIL 


C. DE Gata. 


AHML 


Arenys de Mar. 


AHDR 


Rompido Pt. 


AHIM 


Genoves. 


AHMN 


Calel a 


AHDS 


Cartaya. 


AHIN 


San Pedro. 


AHMP 


Tordera. 


AHDU 


Huelva. 


AHIP 


Mesa de Roldan. 


AHMQ 


Blanes. 


AHDV 


Odiel R. 


AHIQ 


Carboneras. 


AHMR 


Lloret. 


AHDW 


Tinto R. 


AHIR 


Mojacar. 


AHMS 


C. Bagur. 


AHDY 


Palos. 


AHIS 


Garrucha. d 


AHMT 


San Feliu de Guixflls. d 


AHDZ 


Picacho. 


AHIT 


Villaricos. 


AHMU 


Palamos. d 


AHEB 


Morro (Cano) Pt. 
Padre Santo Pt. 


AHIU 


Aguilas. 


AHMV 


Molino Pt. 


AHED 


AHIV 


Cope. 


AHMX 


C. San Sebastian. 


AHEF 


OroR. 


AHIX 


Mazarron. 


AHMY 


Torruella. 


AHEG 


Guadalquiver R. 


AHIY 


C. TiSoso. 


AHMZ 


Meda I. 


AHEI 


San Lucar do Barra- 


AHIZ 


Cartagena, a d 


AHNC 


La Escala. d 




meda. d 


AHJO 


Escombrera. 


AHND 


Ampurias. 


AHEJ 


San Lucar. 


AHJD 


Porman B. 


IHNE 


Rosas. 


AHEK 


Seville, d 


AHJE 


C. Palos. d 


AHNG 


Cadaqu6s. d 


AHEL 


Chipiona. 


AHJG 


Las Horraigas. 


AHNI 


C.'Creus. 



a Signifies an International Signal Station; 6 a Time Signal Station; c a Weather, Tide, or Ice Signal Station; d a Life-Saving Station; 

e a Lloyd's Signal Station; /a Wireless Telegraph Station. 



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103 



SOUTH COAST FRANCE. 



GULF OF GENOA. 



AHNJ 

AHNL 

AHNM 

AHNO 

AHNQ 

AHNR 

AHNS 

AHNU 

AHNV 

AHNW 

AHNY 

AHNZ 

AHOB 

AHOD 

AHOE 

AHOF 

AHOI 

AHOJ 

AHOK 

AHOM 

AHON 

AHOP 

AHOR 

AHOS 

AHOT 

AHOV 

AHOW 

AHOX 

AHOZ 

AHPB 

AHPC 

AHPD 

AHPE 

AHPF 

AHPG 

AHPJ 

AHPK 

AHPL 

AHPN 

AHPO 

AHPQ 

AHPS 

AHPT 

AHPU 

AHPW 

AHPX 

AHPY 

AHQB 

AHQC 

AHQD 

AHQF 

AHQG 

AHQI 

AHQK 
AHQL 
AHQM 
AHQO 
AHQP 
AHQR 
AHQT 
AHQU 
AHQV 
AHQX 



St. Cruz de la Selva (P. 

Selva). d 
lilansi. 
Portbou. 

Balearic Is. 

Formentera I. 

Codolar Pt. 

IviZA. 

San Antonio P. 

AhorcadoB I. 

Puercos I. 

Botafoch. I. 

Grosa Pt. 

Conejera I. 

Majorca. 

Palma. d 

C. Blanco. 

P. Pi. 

C. Cala Figuera. 

Dragonera I. 

P. SoUer. d 

Grosa, or, Llarga Pt. 

C. Formenton. 

PoUensa. 

Alcudia. d 

Alcanada, or, Aucanda 

Islet. 
C. Pera. 
P. Colon. 
C. Salinas. 
Cabrera. 
Ansiola Pt. 
Minorca. 
0. Bajoli. 
P. Mahon. 
San Carlos Pt. 
Ayre I. 
C. Dartuch. 
Ciudadela. 
C. Caballeria, or, Ca- 

valleria. 
P. Fomells. 

Banyuls. d 

C. B^ar (B6am). a 

P. Vendres. d 

CoUioure. d 

Perpignan. 

St. Nazaire. 

Leucate. a 

La Nouvelle. a d 

Narbonne. 

B^ziers. 

Toulouse. 

H^rault R. 

Agde. a d 

Gulf op Lyon. 

Brescou I. 

Bessan. 

Marseillan. 

Mfeze. 

Cette. acd 

Etang de Thau. 

Frontignan. 

Montpellier. 

Aigues-Mortes. d 

Espiguette Pt. a 



AHQY 

AHQZ 

AHRC 

AHRD 

AHRE 

AHRG 

AHRJ 

AHRL 

AHRM 

AHRN 

AHRP 

AHRQ 

AHRS 

AHRU 

AHRW 

AHRY 

AHRZ 

AHSC 

AHSD 

AHSE 

AHSG 

AHSI 

AHSJ 

AHSL 

AHSM 

AHSN 

AHSP 

AHSQ 

AHSR 

AHSU 

AHSV 

AHSW 

AHSY 

AHSZ 

AHTB 

AHTD 

AHTE 

AHTF 

AHTI 

AHTK 

AHTM 

AHTN 

AHTP 

AHTQ 

AHTR 

AHTU 

AHTV 

AHTW 

AHTY 

AHTZ 

AHUB 

AHUD 

AHUE 

AHUF 

AHUI 

AHUJ 

AHUK 

AHUM 

AHUN 

AHUO 

AHUQ 

AHUR 

AHUS 

AHUV 

AHUW 

AHUX 

AHUZ 

AHVB 

AHVC 



Saintes Maries, df 

La GachoUe. 

Faraman (Camargue). 

Rh6ne R. d 

Aries. 

Tarascon. 

Avignon. 

Lyon. 

Foz. 

St. Louis Canal. 

Bouc. d 

Martigues. 

C. Couronne. u 

C. Janet. 

Marseille, d 

National Basin. 

Maritime Basin. 

Lazaret Basin. 

Joliette Basin. 

Old Basin. 

Chateau d'lf I. 

Ratoneau I. 

P. du Frioul. ' 

Pomfegues I.a e 

Planier I. d 

C. Croisette. a 

Riou I. 

Cassis. 

Bee de I'Aigle. a 

Ciotat. d 

Bandol. 

Sanary. 

Six-Fours, a 

Brusc. d 

Embiez I. d 

C. Sici6. a 

C. Sepet. a 

Toulon. 6 

Lazaretto Road. 

La Seyne B. 

Inner Road. 

Mourillon. 



ad 



L'Ane Bank. 

Giens. a 

Great Ribaud I. 

Hyferes. 

C. B6nat. a 

Fourches Mt. 

PorqueroUes. a df 

P. Cros. 

Levant Is. a 

Bonnes Road. 

Lavandou. d 

Cavalaire. d 

C. Camarat. a d 

St. Tropez. 

St. Maxime. 

Sardinierfes Pt. a 

Fr^jus. 

St. Raphael, d 

C. Drammond.a 

Agay Road.rf 

Napoule G. 

Cannes, d 

St. Marguerite He. a 

Jouan G. d 

Ilette Pt. 

Garoupe. n 



AHVE 
AHVF 
AHVG 
AHVJ, 
AHVK 
AHVL 
AHVN 
AHVO 

AHVQ 
AHVR 
AHVS 

AHVW 
AHVY 
AHVZ 
AHWB 
AHWD 
AHWE 
AHWF 
AHWI 
AHWJ 
AHWK 
AHWM 
AHWN 
AHWO 
'AHWQ 
AHWR 
AHWS 
AHWU 
AHWX 

AHWZ 

AHXB 

AHXC 

^HXE 

AHXF 

AHXG 

AHXJ 

AHXK 

AHXL 

AHXN 

AHXO 

AHXP 

AHXR 

AHXS 

AHXT 

AHXV 

AHXW 

AHXY 

AHYB 

AHYC 

AHYE 

AHYF 

AHYG 

AHYJ 

AHYK 

AHYL 

AHYN 

AHYO 

AHYP 

AHYQ 

AHYR 

AHYS 

AHYT 

AHYU 

AHYV 

AHYW 

AHYX 



Antibes. d 

Nice, d 

Villefranche. d 

C. Ferrat. a 

St. Hospice Pt. d 

Monaco. 

C. Martin, a 

Mentone (Menton).rf 

Switzerland. 

Berne. 

Geneva. 

Italy. 

Ventitaiglia. d 
San Remo. d 
Maurizio. d 
Oneglia.rf 
C. Mele. af 
Alassio. d 
Albenga. 
Noli, a d 
Spotomo. d 
Vado. d 
Savona. d 
Varazze. 
Voltri. 
Genoa, b d 
Piedbiont. 
Turin. 

C. San Benigno (Ferro, 
or, Faro), o 

St. Giacomo Pt. 
P. Pino, a 
Santa Margherita. d 
Rapallo. 
Chiavari. d 
Sestri Levante. 
P. Venere. d 
Levanto. 
Mesco Pt. 
Palmaria I. af 
Tinol. 
Spezia. 6 d 
Lerici. d 
Avenza. 
Viareggio. d 
Tuscany. 
Arno R. 
Pisa. 
Florence. 
Leghorn, df 
Meloria Sh. 
Gorgona I. a 
Vada. 
Barratti P. 
Piombino Pt. a 
Vecchio P. 
Troja I. 
Castiglione. 
Talamone B. 
Campo alls Serre. a 
Elba I.a/ 
Ferrajo P. 
P. Longone. 
Monte Groseo. a 
Focardo F. 
Palmajola I. 
Pianosa I. 



o Sienifles an International Signal Station; 6 a Time Signal Station; c a Weather, Tide, or Ice Sig 
^ « a Lloyd's Signal Station; / a Wjreless Telegraph Station. 



c a Weather, Tide, or Ice Signal Station; d a Lite-Saving Station; 



104 



GEOGEAPHICAL SIGNALS — PLACES GEOGKAPHICALLY ARRANGED. 



Pakt I. 





CORSICA. 


SARDINIA. ITALY 




SICILY. 


AHZB 


Africa Rock. 


AIDW 


Quartu. 


AIHQ 


P. Torre dell' Annun- 


AHZC 


Monte Christo. 


AIDX 


C. St. Elia. a 




ziata. 


AHZD 


Giglio. a 


AIDY 


Cagliari. 


AIHS 


Castellamare. 


AHZF 


Fenaio Pt. 


AIEB 


C. Spartivento. a 


AIHT 


Sorrento. 


AHZG 


CaporosBO Pt. 


AIEC 


P. Malfatano. 


AIHU 


Massa Lubrense. 


AHZI 


Giannutri. 


AIED 


Rossa B. 


AIHW 


Campanella Pt. 
Capn. a 


AHZK 


Capel rosso Pt. 


AIEG 


C. Teulada. 


AIHX 


AHZL 


Capraia. a 


AIEH 


Palmas B. 


AIHY 


Carena Pt. 


AHZM 


Castello Mt. 


AIEJ 


San Antioco I. 


AIJB 


Amalfi. 


AHZO 


C. Ferraione. 


AIEL 


C. Sperone. af 


AUG 


C. Orso. 






AIEM 


P. Scuso. 


AIJD 


Salerno, d 






AIEN 


St. Pietro I. 


AIJF 


Agropoli 


AHZP 


Corsica (Corse). 


AIEP 


C. Sandalo. 


AUG 


Licosa Pt. 


AHZQ 


C. Corso (Corse), a e 


AIEQ 


Carlo Forte. 


AIJH 


C. Palinuro. a 


AHZS 


Giraglia I. d 


AIER 


Iglesias. 


AIJL 


Infreschi P. 


AHZT 


C. Sagro. a 


AIET 


Oristano. 


AIJM 


Scario. 


AHZU 


Bastia. 4 


AIEU 


C. San Marco. 


AIJN 


Policastro. 


AHZW 


P. St. Nicolas. 


AIEV 


Bosa. 


AIJP 


Sapri. 


AHZX 


Alistro. a 


AIEX 


Rossa I. 


AIJQ 


C. Bonifati. 


AHZY 


Favone. 


AIEY 


Alghero. 


AUR 


C. Suvero. 


AIBD 


Pinarello B. 


AIEZ 


P. Conte. 


AIJT 


Pizzo. 


AIBE 


Chiappa Pt. a d 


AIFC 


C. Caccia. a 


AIJU 


Santa Venere P. 


AIBF 


P. Vecchio. d 


AIFD 


C. Argentiera. 


AIJV 


Monteleone. 


AIBH 


Cavallol. 


AIFE 


Asmara I. af 


AIJX 


C. Vaticano. 


AIBJ 


Lavezzi I. d 


AIFH 


C. Caprara. a 


AIJY 


Gioja. d 


AIBK 


C. Pertusato. a e 


AIFJ 


Reale Road. 


AIJZ 


Bagnara. 


AIBM 


Bonifacio, d 


AIFK 


Fomelli Road. 


AIKC 


Scilla.d 


AIBN 


C. Feno. d 


AIFM 


P. Torres. 


AIKD 


Pezzo. 


AIBO 


S^n^tose Pt. 


AIFN 


Sassari. 


AIKE 


Reggio./ 


AIBQ 


Propriano. d 


AIFO 


CaBtel Sardo. 


AIKG 


C. dell' Armi. a c 


AIBR 
AIBS 


Ajaccio. df 
Sanguinaire I. a 






AIKH 


C. Spartivento. u. 


AIBU 


Gral^ria. d 


AIFQ 


Gala Grande I. 






AIBV 


C. Cavalo. a 


AIFR 


Argentario Monte, a 


AIKJ 


Sicily. 


AIBW 


Revellata Pt. d 


AIFS 


Orbetello. 


AIKM 


C. Pelero, or. Faro. 


AIBY 


Calvi. d 


AIFU 


Ercole Pt. 


AIKN 


Mazzone Pt. 


AIBZ 


Mt. GrosBO. 


AIFV 


Civita Vecchia. d 


AIKO 


Str. of Messina. 


AICB 


Algajola. 


AIFW 


C. Linaro. 


AIKQ 


Spuria, a ej 


AICE 


Rousee l.ad 


AIFY 


Chiaruccia Tower, a 


AIKR 


Canzirri. 


AICF 


Mortella Pt. a d 


AIFZ 


Tiber R. c 


AIKS 


Messina. 6 


AICG 


St. Florent. d 


AIGB 


Fiumicino. 


AIKU 


Scaletta. 






AIGD 


Rome./ 


AIKV 


Taormina. « 






AIGE 


Fiumara Grande. 


AIKW 


Riposto. 


AICJ 


Sardinia. 


AIGF 


Ostia. 


AIKY 


Aci Reale. 


AICK 


C. Testa, a e 


AIGJ 


Anzio. d 


AIKZ 


Mt. ^tna. 


AICL 


Santa Teresa Gallura. 


AIGK 


Mt. Circeo Circello. a 


AILB 


Catania. 6 


AICN 


Falcone Pt. 


AIGL 


San Felice. 


AILD 


C. Santa Croce. 


AICO 


Razzoli I. 


AIGM 


Terracina. 


AILE 


P. Augusta. 


AICP 


Vacche I. 


AIGN 


Gaeta. a 


AILF 


Avolos I. (Torre Avolos). 


AICR 


Liscia P. 


AIGO 


Ponza. a/ 


AILH 


Magnisi. 


AICS 


Arsachena G. 


AIGP 


Guardia Pt. 


AILJ 


Syracuse. 


AICT 


Maddalena I. a 


AIGQ 


Torre Orlando, a 


AILK 


Belvedere Tower (Syra- 


AICV 


Guardia Vecchia Hill, a 


AIGR 


Zannone. 




cuse), a 


AICW 


Caprera I./ 


AIGS 


Ventotene I. a 


AILN 


C. Murro di Porco. 


AICX 


St. Stefano. 


AIGT 


C. Miseno. 


AILO 


Avola. 


AICZ 


C. Ferro. a 


AIGV 


Procida. a 


AILP 


Noto. 


AIDB 


Cognena G. 


AIGW 


Mt. Solaro. 


AILR 


_Cozzo Spadaro. a/ 


AIDC 


C. Figari. a 


AIGX 


Piopetto Pt. 


AILS 


0. Passaro. 


AIDF 


Aranci B. 


AIGZ 


Ischia. 


AILT 


Correnti I. 


AIDG 


Terranova. 


AIHB 


Forio. 


AILV 


Pozzalo. 


AIDH 


Delia Bocca I. 


AIHC 


Imperatore Pt. a 
P. Bagno. 


AILW 


C. Scalambri. 


AIDK 


Bianca I. 


AIHE 


AILX 


Terranova. 


AIDL 


Tavolara I. 


AIHF 


Baia. 


AILZ 


Licata. u 


AIDM 


P. Brandinchi. 


AIHG 


Pozzuoli. 


AIMB 


Palma. 


AIDO 


Siniscola. 


AIHK 


Nisita. 


AIMC 


Girgenti. 


AIDP 


C. Comino. 


AIHL 


Naples, h 


AIME 


P. Empedocle. 


AIDQ 


Tortoli. 


AIHM 


Portici. 


AIMF 


C. Rossello. 


AIDS 


C. Bellavista. a 


AIHN 


Granatello. 


AIMG 


Sciacca. 


AIDT 


C. Carbonara. a 


AIHO 


Mt. Vesuvius. 


AIMJ 


C. St. Marco. 


AIDU 


Cavoli I. 


AIHP 


Torre del Greco. 


AIMK 


C. Granitola. 






a Signifies an International Signal Station; 6 a Time Signal Station; c a Weather, Tide, or Ice Signal Station; d a Life-Saving Station- 

« a Lloyd's Signal Station; 1 a Wireless Telegraph Station. 



Part I. geographical signals- 



-PLACES GEOGRAPHICALLY ARRANGED. 



105 



MALTA. 



ADRIATIC. 



AIML 

AIMO 

AIMP 

AIMQ 

AIMS 

AIMT 

AIMU 

AIMW 

AIMX 

AIMY 

AINB 

AINC 

AIND 

AINF 

AING 

AINH 

AINL 

AINM 

AINP 

AINQ 

AINR 

AINT 

AINU 

AINV 

AINX 

AINY 

AINZ 

AIOC 

AIOD 

AIOE 

AIOG 

AIOH 

AIOJ 

AIOL 

AIOM 

AIOQ 

AIOR 

AIOS 

AIOU 

AIOV 

AIOW 

AIOY 

AIOZ 

AIPB 

AIPD 

AIPE 

AIPP 

AIPH 

AIPJ 

AIPK 

AIPM 

AIPN 

AIPO 

AIPR 

AIPS 

AIPT 

AIPV 

AIPW 

AIPX 

AIPZ 

AIQB 

AIQC 

AIQE 

AIQF 
AIQG 



Mazzara. 
Marsala. 
Tranaontana Pt. , 
Favignana. a 
Sottiie Pt. 
Maritime. 
Libeccio Pt. 
Levanzo. 
Giosso Pt. 
Formica. 
Trapani. af 
Palumbo I. 
Columbaia I. 
^Ronciglio Pt. 
C. St. Vito. 
Castellamare. 
C. Gallo. a 
Mt. Pellegrino. a 
Palermo. 
C. Zaffrano. 
Termini Imerese. 
Cefalu. 
C. Orlando. 
Patti. 
Oliveri. 
Milazzo. 
Ustica I. a 
Uomo-Morto Pt. 
Gavazzi Pt. 

LiPARI I. 
Vulcano I. 
Saraceno Mt. 
Stromboli I. a 
Salina I. a 
Alicudi. 

Malta. c 

Valetta.6/ 

Floriana. 

St. Elmo. 

Sliema. 

Marsa Scirocco. 

Comino I. 

Gozo. 

Lampedusa. 

Cavallo Bianco Pt. 

C. Grecale. 

Linosa. 

Pantellaria.« 

Curritia (Spadillo) Pt. 

Calabria. 
Bovalino. 
Gioiosa Jonica. 
Squillace. 
Catanzaro. 
C. Rizzuto. 
C. Colonne. a 
Cotrone. 
Taranto. b 
San Paolo I. 
C. St? Vito. a 
Gallipoli. 
San Andrea I. 

C. Santa Maria e 

Leuca. af 
Montelungo. 
Otranto. a 



AIQH 

AIQJ 

AIQK 

AIQL 

AIQN 

AIQO 

AIQP 

AIQS 

AIQT 

AIQU 

AIQW 

AIQX 

AIQY 

AIRE 

AIRC 

AIRD 

AIRF 

AIRG 

AIRH 

AIRK 

AIRL 

AIRM 

AIRO 

AIRP 

AIRQ 

AIRT 

AIRU 

AIRV 

AIRX 

AIRY 

AIRZ 

AISC 

AISD 

AISE 

AISG 

AISH 

AISJ 

AISL 

AISM 

AISN 

AISP 

AISQ 

AISR 

AISU 

AISV 

AISW 

AISY 

AISZ 

AITB 

AITD 

AITE 

AITF 

AITH 

AITJ 

AITK 

AITM 

AITN 

AITO 

AITQ 

AITR 

AITS 

AITV 

AITW 

AITX 

AITZ 

AIUB 

AIUC 

AlUE 



Palascia Tower. 
Missipezza Rk. 
Brindisi. a 

Adriatic. , 

C. Gallo. 

Monopoli. 

Mola. 

San Cataldo Pt. 

Bari. af 

Giovinazzo. 

Molfetta. 

Bisceglie. 

Trani. 

Barletta. 

Manfredonia. 

Mattinata. 

Rossa Pt. 

Gargano Hd. 

Vieste. af 

Peschici. 

Tremiti Is. a 

San Nicola I. 

Pianosa I. 

Caprara 1. 

Pelagosa 1. 

Mileto Pt. 

Termoli. 

Vasto. 

Ortona. 

Franca villa. 

Pescara. 

Fermo. 

Mt. Conero. 

Ancona. a df 

Mt. Cappuccini.a 

Senigallia. d 

Fano. 

Pesaro. 

Cattolica. 

Rimini. 

Cesenatico. 

Cervia. 

Bologna. 

Ravenna. 

P. Corsini. a 

Primaro. 

Comacchio. 

PoR. 

Volano. 

Goro Pt. 

Gorino. 

Tolle. 

Maestra Pt. 

Contarina. 

Ferrara. 

Adige R. 

Chioggia. d 

MalamoccoJ" 

Rocchetta Ch. a 

Alberoni. 

Venice, b 

San Nicolo Del Lido, a 

Tre Porti. 

Murano. 

Burano. 

Giudecca Canal. 

Mestre. 

Padua. 



AIUF 

AIUG 

AIUJ 

AIUK 

AIUL 

AIUN 

AIUG 

AIUP 

AIUR 

AIUS 

AIUT 

AIUW 

AIUX 

AIUY, 

AIVB 

AIVC 

AIVD 

AIVF 

AIVG 

AIVH 

AIVK 

AIVL 

AIVM 

AIVG 

AIVP 

AIVQ 

AIVS 

AIVT 

AIVU 

AIVX 

AIVY 

AIVZ 

AIWC 

AIWD 

AIWE 

AIWG 

AIWH 

AIWJ 

AIWL 

AIWM 

AIWN 

AIWP 

AIWQ 

AIWR 

AIWT 

AIWU 

AIWY 

AIWZ 

AIXB 

AIXD 

AIXE 

AIXF 

AIXH 

AIXJ 

AIXK 

AIXM 

AIXN 

AIXO 

AIXQ 

AIXR 

AIXS 

AIXU 

AIXV 

AIXW 

AIXZ 

AIYB 

AIYC 

AIYE 

AIYF 



Vicenza. 

Piave Vecchia. 

Cortellazzo. 

Cavetta Canal. 

Piave R. 

Falconera. 

Baseleghe. 

Tagliamento R. 

Lignano. 

Marano. 

Alps. 

Lombardy. 

Milan. 

P. Dtiso. 

Austria. 

Vienna. 

Grade. 

P. Primero. 

Isonzo R. 

Panzano B. 

Gorizia. or. Goritz. 

Duino. 

Grignano B. 

Trieste, abd 

Muggia. 

Servola. 

Zaole. 

Sottiie Pt. 

Istria. 

Capo d'lstria B. 

Isola.- 

Pirano. 

Madonna Pt. 

Salvore Pt. a 

Pegolotta Pt. 

Umago. 

Daila. 

Quieto. 

Cittanuova. 

Torre. 

Cervera. 

Parenzo. 

Fontane. 

Orsera. 

Leme Ch. 

Rovigno. 

San Giovanni di Pelago. 

Brioni Is. 

Pedena Pt. 

Fasana. 

POla. b d 

Olivi Islet. 

C. Compare. 

P. Veruda. 

Porer Rock, a 

C. Promontore. 

Medolino G. 

Ronze. 

Merlera Pt. 

Quarnero G. 

Bado. 

Arsa Canal. 

Gradaz. 

Ubas Pt. 

Nera Pt. 

Lungo (Istria). 

Rabaz. 

Fianona. 

Farasina. 



a Srgnifies an International Signal Station; b a Time Signal Station; c a Weather, Tide, or Ice Signal Station; d a Lite-Saving Station; 

e a, Lloyd's Signal Station; /a Wireless Telegraph Station. 



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ADRIATIC. 

1 


GREECE. 




AIYG 


Moscenice. 


AJDG 


Lucietta I. 


AJHB 


P. Palermo. 


AIYJ 


Volosca. 


AJDH 


Capocesto. 


AJHC 


Santa Quaranta. 


AIYK 


Castua. 


AJDI 


Rogosnizza. 
Miaol. 


AJHD 


Pagania P. 






AJDL 


AJHF 


Gomenizza P. 


AIYL 


Hungary. 


AJDM 


Zirona. 






AIYN 


Budapest. 


AJDN 


Bossiljina. 


AJHG 


Ionian Is. 


AIYO 


Prague. 


AJDP 


Trau. 


AJHK. 


Fano I. 


AIYP 


Croatia. 


AJDQ 


Castel nuovo 


AJHL 


Kastri Pt. 


AIYR 


FiuME. bd 


AJDR 


Spalato. d 


AJHM 


Samothraki I. 


AIYS 


Maria Teresa Mole 


AJDT 


Almissa. 


AJHO 


Corfu. 


AIYT 


Buccari B. 


AJDIJ- 


Makarska. 


AJHP 


Tignoso I. 


AIYU 


P. Re. 


AJDV 


Brazza 1. 


AJHQ 


Paxo I. 


AIYV 


Cherso. 


AJDX 


Milna. 


AJHS 


Laka P. 


AIYW 


Zaglava'Rock. 


AJDY 


St. Pietro. 


AJHT 


Madonna I. 


AIYX 


Glavina P{. 


AJDZ 


Juja Pt. 


AJBU 


P. Gayo. 
Anti-Paxo. 


AIZB 


Prestenizze Pt. 


AJEC 


Spalmadori Ch. 


AJHW 


AIZC 


Galiola Is. 


AJED 


Lesina. 


AJHX 


Sivota 1. 


AIZD 


Uniel. 


AJEF 


Citta Vecchia. 


AJHY 


Parga P. 

P. St. Giovanni. 


AIZF 


Sansego. 


AJEH 


Verboska. 


AJIB 


AIZG 


Ossero. 


AJEl 


Gelsa. 


AJIC 


Phanari P. 


AIZH 


Martinscica. or, Mar- 


AJEK 


LlSSA. 


AJID 


Prevesa. 




tincica. 


AJEL 


St. Georgio P. 


AJIE 


Greece. 


AIZK 


Lussin Piccolo, bed. 


AJEM 


Comisa. 


AJIF 


Kervasara. 


AlZL 


Kolorat Hr. 


AJEN 


Stoncica Pt. a d 


AJIG 


Arta G. 


AIZM 


Plaunick I. 


AJEO 


Ourzola. a 


AJIH 


Vonitza. 


AIZO 


Mortar I. 


AJEQ 


Valle Grande. 


AJIL 


Demata B. 


AIZP 


Sansego I. af 


AJER 


Tre Pozzi P. 


AJIM 


P. S. Nikolo. 


AIZQ 


St. Pietro di Nembo. 


AJES 


Badia P. 


AJIN 


Santa Maura. 


AIZE, 


Gruizza, or, Gruica I. 


AJEU 


Lagosta. a 


AJIP 


Vliko P. 


AIZT 


Terstenik I. 


AJEV 


P. Rosso. 


AJIQ 


Meganisi Ch. 


AIZU 


Yeglia. 


AJEW 


C. Gomena. 


AJIR 


C. Dukato. 


AIZV 


Negritto Pt. 
Malinska. 


AJEY 


Narenta Ch. c 


AJIT 


Drepano. 


AIZX 


AJEZ 


Tolerd. 


AJIU 


Zaverda B. 


AIZY 


Verbenico. 


AJFB 


Sabbioncello. 


AJIV 


Vurko B. 


AJBC 


New Besca. 


AJFD 


Meleda I. 


AJIX 


Kalomo. 


AJBF 


Novi. 


AJFE 


P. Palazzo. 


AJIY 


Cephalonia. 


AJBG 


Morlacca Ch. 


AJFG 


Palma P. 


AJIZ 


Asso. 


AJBI, 


Segna, or, Zengg. 


AJFI 


Stagno. 


AJKC 


Samoa. 


AJBL 


Pervicchio I. 


AJFK 


Lagostini I. 


AJKD 


San Theodoro Pt. 


AJBN 


Arbe P. 


AJFL 


Olipa I. 
P. Gravosa. 


AJKE 


Anastasia B. 


AJBO 


Dolin I. 


AJFN 


A J KG 


Argostoli. 


AJBP 


Gabovacatrida. 


. AJFO 


Pettini I. 


AJKH 


Lixuri. 


AJBR 


P. Jablanaz. 


AJFP 


Ragusa. d 


AJKI 


Guardiana I. 


AJBS 


Pago 1. 


AJFR 


Old Ragusa (Ragusa 


AJKM 


Ithaca I. 


AJBT 


Novalja. 




Vecchia). 


AJKN 


P. Vathi. 


AJBV 


Saska B. 


AJFS 


Pt. D'Ostro. a 


AJKO 


Frikes P. 


AJBW 


Skerda I. 


AJFT 


Topla B. 


AJKQ 


Zante. 


AJBX 


Poklib I. 


AJFV 


Castelnuovo. 


AJKR 


Krionero Pt. 


AJBZ 
AJCB 


Ulbo. 
Selve. 


AJFW 
AJFX 


Teodo B. 
Risano. 


AJKS 


Strovathi (Stamphani 

Is). 


AJCD 


San Antonio Pt. 


AJFZ 


Cattaro. 


AJKU 


Astoko. 


AJCF 


Lutostrak I.' 


AJGB 


Traste. 


AJKV 


Pandelemona P. 


AJCG 


Puntadura. 


AJGC 


Budua. 


AJKW 


Petala P. 


AJCH 


Brevilacqua. 






AJKY 


Missolonghi. 


AJCK 


Berguglie B. 


AJGE 


Bosnia. 


AJKZ 


Sosti I. 






AJGF 


Herzegovina. 


AJLB 


Patras. 


AJCL 


Dalmatia. 


AJGH 


Montenegro. 


AJLD 


Corinth. 


AJCM 


Grossa I. 


AJGK 


Antivari./ 


AJLE 


Lepanto. 
Galaxidi. 


AJCO 


P. Lungo. 


AJGL 


Servia. 


AJLF 


AJCP 


Blanche Pt. 






AJLH 


Salona G. 


AJCQ 


Manzo. 


AJGM 


Albania. 


AJLI 


Aspra Spitia, or, Isidore 


AJCS 


Premuda. 


AJGO 


Dulcigno. 




AJCT 


Arnica Pt. 


AJGP 


Bojana R. 


AJLK 


Vostitza. 


AJCU 


Zara. d 


AJGQ 


Skutari. 


AJLN 


C. Papas. 


AJCW 


P. St. Cassano. 


AJGS 


C. Rodoni. 


AJLO 


Glarenza. 


AJCX 


Babac I. 


AJGT 


Durazzo. 


AJLP 


Katakolo. 


AJCY 


Pasman. 


AJGU 


Samana Pt. (Semeni R.) 


AJLR 


Pyrgos. 


AJDB 


Morter I. 


AJGW 


Saseno I. 


AJLV 


Arcadia G. 


AJDG 


Sebenico. d 


AJGX 


Valona B. 


AJLW 


Kyparissia. 


AJDE 


P. Tajer. 


AJGY 


Dukati P. 


AJLX 


Protl I. 



a Signlfles an International Signal Station; 6 a Time Signal Station; c a Weather, Tide, or Ice Signal Station; d a LUe-Savlng Station- 

e a Lloyd's Signal Station; / a Wireless Telegraph Station. 



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107 



AEGHIPELAGO. 



SEA OF MARMORA. 



AJLZ 

AJMB 

AJMC 

AJME 

AJMF 

AJMG 

AJMI 

AJMK 

AJML 

AJMO 

AJMP 

AJMQ 

AJMS 

AJMT 

AJMU 

AJMW 

AJMX 
AJMY 
AJNB 
AJNC 
AJND 
AJNF 
AJNG 
AJNH 

AJNK 

AJNL 

AJNM 

AJNP 

AJNQ 

AJNR 

AJNU 

AJNV 

AJNX 

AJNY 

AJNZ 

AJOC 

AJOD 

AJOE 

AJOG 

AJOH 

AJOI 

AJOL 

AJOM 

AJON 

AJOP 

AJOQ 

AJOR 

AJOS 

AJOU 

AJOV 

AJOW 

AJOX 

AJOY 

AJOZ 

AJPB 

AJPD 

AJPE 

AJPF 

AJPH 

AJPI 

AJPK 

AJPM 

AJPN 

AJPO 



Navarin, or, Neo Kas- 

tro. 
Sapienza I. 
Mothoni. 
Morea. 
Koroni. 
Petalidi. 
Kalamata. 
C. Kitries. 
Limeni. 
C. Matapan. 
Kolokithia B. 
Skutari. 
Gythium. 
Cranoe I. 
Iris, or, Vasili R. 
Sparta. 

Cerigo I. 
C. Spathi. 
Kapsali B. 
Cengotto. 
C. Malea. 
Belo Pulo I. 
leraka P. 
Pulithra P. 

Nauplia. 

Argos. 

Tolon B. 

Khaidari P. 

KiladiaP. . 

Spezzia I. 

Hydra. 

C. Zurva. 

Mandraki. 

Poros. 

Dana Pt. 

Pogon P. 

jEgina. 

Sophiko P. 

Kalamaki. 

Salamis B. 

Lipso I. 

Eleusis. 

Piraeus. 

Phalerum B. 

Athens. 

0. Themiatocles. 

Phleva I. 

C. Colonna. 

Agastira B. 

P. Mandri. 

P. Raphti. 

Petali G. 

Euripo Ch. 

Talanta B. 

Berdugi I. 

Candia (Crete). 

Khania. 

0. Drepano. 

Suda B. 

Azizieh. 

Rithymno, or, Retimo. 

Megalo Kastron, or, 

Candia Town. 
C. St. John, or, Spina- 

longa. 
P. Nikolo. 



AJPR 
AJPS 
AJPT 
AJPV 
AJPW 

AJPX 

AJPY 

AJPZ 

AJQB 

AJQC 

AJQE 

AJQF 

AJQG 

AJQI 

AJQK 

AJQL 

AJQN 

AJQO 

AJQP 

AJQS 

AJQT 

AJQU 

AJQW 

AJQX 

AJQY. 

AJRB 

AJRC 

AJRD 

AJRF 

AJRG 

AJRH 

AJRK 

AJRL 

AJRM 

AJRO 

AJRP 

AJRQ 

AJRT 

AJRU 

AJRV 

AJRX 

AJRY 

AJRZ 

AJSC 

AJSD' 

AJSE 

AJSG 

AJSH 

AJSI 

AJSL 

AJSM 

AJSN 

AJSP 

AJSQ 

AJSR 

AJSU 

AJSV 

AJSW 

AJSY 

AJSZ 

AJTB 

AJTD 

AJTE 

AJTF 

AJTH 

AJTI 

AJTK 

AJTM 



C. Sitia. 
C. Sidero. 
Hierapetra. 
Sphakia. 
Gavdo I. 

Greek Archipelago. 

Milo. 

St. Georgio Islet. 

Siphano. 

Serpho. 

P. Livadhi. 

Thermia. 

Zea. e 

P. St. Nikolo. 

Tinos. 

St. Nikolas. 

Planum i I. 

Steno Pass. 

Andros. 

Gavrion P. 

Kordion B. 

Doro Ch. 

Syra. 

Gaidaro Islet. 

Hermopolis. 

Mykoni. 

C. Armenisti. 

Rhenea 

Delos. 

Pares. 

Naussa P. 

Parekhia P. 

Antiparos. 

Naxos. 

Naxia. 

Amorgo. 

P. Vathy. 

•Nio. 

Santorin. 

C. Akroteri. 

Anaphi. 

Rhodes./ 

Lindos. 

C. Prasonisi. 

Scarpanto. 

Tristoma. 

Livadia B. 

Stampalia. 

Maltezana. 

Kandeliusa. 

Niseros. 

Symi. 

:^lolimno. 

Kalimno. 

Levitha. 

Lero. 

Lipso. 

Patmos. 

Skala. 

Stavros P. 

Griko P. 

Nikaria. 

Furni. 

Ssimos. 

P. Tigani. 

Vathi P. 

Psara. 

Khios (Scio). 



AJTN 


Pasha I. 


AJTO 


Kastro. 


AJTQ 


Kolokithia. 


AJTR 


Paspargo I. 


AJTS 


Boghazi P. 


AJTV 


Mitylene. 


AJTW 


P. Kalloni. 


AJTX 


Sigri P. 


AJTZ 


Eleos I. 


AJUB 


lero P. 


AJUC 


Strati. 


AJUE 


Lemnos. 


AJUF 


Mudros B. 


AJUG 


Kondia P. 


AJUI 


Kastro. 


AJUK 


Purnea B. 


AJUL 
AJUN 


Tenedos. 


Ponente Pt. 


AJUO 


Gadaro I. 


AJUP 


Imbros. 


AJUR 


C. Kephalo. 
Samothraki. 


AJUS 


AJUT 


Thaso I. 


AJUW 


Eubcea I., or, Negro- 




PONT. 


AJUX 


Strongilo I. 


AJUY 


Zeitun, or, Stylida G. 


AJVB 


C. Kiliomeli. 


AJVC 


C. Vasilina. 


AJVD 


Mijella, or, Amaliopolis. 


AJVF 


Volo. 


AJVG 


Skyro. 


AJVH 


Skiatho. 


AJVK 


Skopelo. 


AJVL 


Guruni Hd. 


AJVM 


Khelidromi I. 


AJVO 


Pelago I. 


AJVP 


Turkey. 


AJVQ 


Macedonia. 


AJVS 


Roumelia. 


AJVT 


Saloniki. 


AJVU 


Vardar Bank Lt. V. 


AJVX 


C. Kara. 


AJVY 


Panomi Pt. 


AJVZ 


Kassandra G. 


AJWC 


Problaka B. 


AJWD 


M. Athos. 


AJWE 


Plati. 


AJWG 


Deuthero Cove. 


AJWH 


Kavala. 


AJWI 


Kalamuti Hr. 


AJWL 


Fenar Pt. 


AJWM 


D6d6agatch. , 


AJWN 


Enos. 


AJWP 


G. of Xeros. 


AJWQ 


Baklar P. 


AJWR 


The Dardanelles, e 


AJWT 


C. Helles. 


AJWU 


C. Yeni-Shehr. 


AJWV 


Kum Kalessi. 


AJWY 


Kephez Pt. 


AJWZ 


San Siglar. 


AJXB 


Chanak. 


AJXD 


Nagara Liman. 


AJXE 


Nagara Kaleesi .\bydos 




(Castlel. 



a Signifles an International Signal Station ; 5 a Time Signal Station ; <; a Weather, Tide, or Ice Signal Station ; d a Life-Saving Station ; 
^ , e a Lloyd's Signal Station; /a Wireless Telegraph Station. 



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SEA OF MARMORA 


BLACK SEA. 


AJXH 


Gallipoli. 


AKCF 


Therapia. 


AKFN 


Moldava. 


AJXI 


Dohan Asian Bank Lt.V. 


AKCG 


Buyukbere. 


AKFO 


Dobrogea. 


AJXK 


Sar Kioi. 


AKCI 


Buyuk B. 






AJXM 


Myriophyto. 


AKCJ 


Fanaraki. 


AKFQ 


Bessarabia. 


AJXN 


Hora. 


AKCL 


Kandilli. 


AKFR 


Dniester B. 


AJXO 


Tekfur Dagh, or, Ro- 


AKCN 


Anadolu Hissdri I. 


AKFS 


Tsarigrad Mouth, d 




dosto. 


AKCO 


Khanlijeh. 


AKFU 


Akerman. d 


AJXQ 
AJXR 


Erekli. 
Silivri. 


AKCP 
AKCR 


Injir B. 
Beikos. 


AKFV 


C. Fontana. 


AJXS 


Bayuk Chekmejeh B. 


AKCS 


Selvi Burnu. 


AKFW 


Odessa, bed 


AJXU 


Stefano Pt. 


AKCT 


Umur Banks Lt. V. 


AKFY 


Dnieper R. c 


AJXV 


Moda Liman. 


AKCV 


Majar B 


AKFZ 


Berezan I. 


AJXW 


Fanar Burnu. 


AKCW 


Rumili Kavak. 


AKGB 


Victorovski. 


AJXZ 


Princes I. 


AKCX 


Rumili. 


AKGD 


Suvorovski. 


AJYB 


Halki. 


AKCZ 


C. Aimtoli. 


AKGB 


OchAkov. aed 


AJYC 


Prinkipo. 






AKGF 


Nikolaev. bd 


AJYE 


Kartal. 


AKDB 


Black Sea. 


AKGI 


Kinburn. 


AJYF 


Pendik. 






AKGJ 


Ajighiol Spit Lt. V. 


AJYG 


Paulo Liman. 


AKDC 


Kara Burnu.d 


AKGL 


Bug R. c 


AJYI 


Tuzla (Touzla). 


AKDF 


Inada. 


AKGN 


Sviatotroitski. 


AJYK 


Tutun Liman. 


AKDG 


C. Kuri. 


AKGO 


Voloshski, or, Volosh- 


AJYL 


Ismid. 


AKDH 


Sizepoli (Pribachi C). 




skaia. 


AJYN 


Karamusal. 


AKDJ 


Megalo Nisi I. 


AKGP 


Aogoyavlensk. 


AJYO 


Dil Burnu. 


AKDL 


Poros Pt. 


AKGR 


Siversov. 


AJYP 


Topche B. 


AKDM 


Btirghaz B. 


AKGS. 


Boggonosky. 
F. Nikolaev. 6 


AJYR 


Boz Burnu. 


AKDO 


Anastatia, or. Papas I. 


AKGT. 


AJYS 


Gemlik, or, Kios. 


AKDP 


Messemvria. 


AKGV 


Konstantinovski. 


AJYT 


Mudania. 


AKDQ 

AKDS 


C. Emineh. 


AKGW 


Alexandrovsk. , 


AJYV 


Kalolimno. 


Kamchy R. 
Bulgaria. 


AKGX 


Stanislav. 


AJYW 


Brusa. 


AKDT 


AKGZ 


Kherson. 


AJYX 


Panderma. 


AKDU 


C. Galata. 


AKHB 


Tendra B. a 


AJZB 


Peramo B. 


AKDV 


Varna. 


AKHC 


Perekop G. 


AJZC 


Marmara I. 


AKDW 


Baljik. 






AJZD 


Palatia B. 


AKDX 


Kavdma. 


AKHE 


Krimba, or Crimea. 


AJZF 


Mermerjik B. 


AKDY 


C. Kaliakra. 


AKHF 


C. Tarkhan. a c d 


AJZG 


Galimi. 


AKEB 


C. Shableh. 


AKHG 


Eupatoria. d 


AJZH 


Fanar Adasi Islet. 


AKEC 


Kustenjeh (Kustendji). 


AKHJ 


Sevastopol. 6 df 


AJZK 


Kalazak, or, Klazati. 


AKED 


ROUMANIA. 


AKHL 


Inkerman. 


AJZL 


Alonyi. 


AKEF 


Mangalia (Mangolia). 


AKHM 


C. Khersonese. a rj 


AJZM 


Pasha Liman. 


AKEG 


C. Tuzla. 


AKHO 


Balaklava. d 


AJZO 


Kutali Road. 


AKEH 


Constantza./, 


AKHP 


C. Aitodor. a d 


AJZP 


Arablar. 


AKEI 


Cara-Irman (Kara-Her- 


AKHQ 


Yalta, c d 


AJZQ 


Palios Pt. 




man). 


AKHS 


Urzuf. 


AJZS 
AJZT 


Rhoda. 
Artaki B. 


AKEJ 
AKEL 


Portiza (Portici). 
St. George Mouth, 
Sulina Mouth, d 


AKHT 
AKHW 


Sudak. 

Theodosia (Kaffa). d 


AJZU 


Karabuga. 


AKEM 


AKHX 


C. Chauda. a 


AJZW 


Kamir. 


AKEN 


Serpents I. (Fidonisi). 


AKHY 


Kyz Aul Pt.ao 






AKEO 


Kilia Mouth. 


AKIB 


C. Takly. 


AJZX 


BospHORUs. a 


AKEP 


Tulcea. 


AKIC 


Tuslinski Lt. V. 


AJZY 


Seraglio Pt. 


AKEQ 


Isaccea. 


AKID 


C. St. Paul, d 


AKBD 


Kadi Kioi. 


AKEB 


Gralatz 


AKIF 


Kamish. 


AKBE 


Haidar Pasha. 


AKES 


Braila. 


AKIG 


Churubash. 


AKBF 


Kavak Burnu. 


AKET 


Macin. 






AKBH 


Leander Tower. 


AKEU 


Borcea. 


AKIH 


Kertch. c 


AKBI 


Skutari. 


AKEV 


Hirsova (Hirssova). 


AKIL 


Yenikale C. d 


AKBJ 


Constantinople, or, 


AKEW 


Cernavoda. 


AKIM 


Arabat B. 




Stambul. 


AKEX 


Calarasi. 


AKIN 


Ghenitchesk Str. 


AKBN 


Adrianople. 
Golden Horn. 


AKEY 


Olteniza. 


AKIP 


Beriuch Spit. 


AKBO 


AKEZ 


Giurgiu. 


AKIQ 


Obitotchna Spit. 


AKBQ 


Pera. 


AKFB 


Turnu-Magurele. 


AKIR 


Berdiansk. d 


AKBR 


Galata. 


AKFC 


Corabia. 


AKIT 


Bielosarai Spit, d 


AKBS 


Topkhana. 


AKFD 


Calafat. 


.AKIU 


Mariupol, cd 


AKBU 


Fundukli. 


AKFE 


Turnu-Severin. 


AKIV 


Beglitzkaia Lt. A', c 


AKBV 


Orta Kioi. 


AKFG 


Danube, c 


AKIX 


Taganrog, c d 


AKBW 


Kuru Chesmeh. 


AKFH 


Bucharest. 


AKIY 


Rostov, d 


AKBY 


Arnaut Kioi. 


AKFl 


Jassy. 


AKIZ 


Azov. 


AKBZ 


Bebek. 


AKFJ 


Craiova. 


AKJC 


DonR.cd 


AKCB 


Rumili Hissar. 


AKFL 


Oltenia. 


AKJD 


Pechany Lt. V. 


AKiCE 


Yeni-Kioi. 


AKFM 


Mutenia. 


AKJE 


Eisk Spit, d 



a Signifies an International Signal Station : 6 a Time Signal Station; c a Weather, Tide, or lee Signal Station \ d a Life-Saving Station; 

c a Lloyd's Signal Station: /a Wireless Telegraph Station. 



Part 1. 



GEOGRAPHICAL SIGNALS — PLACES GEOGRAPHICALLY ARRANGED. 



109 



ASIA MINOR. NORTH AFRICA. 


AKJG 
AKJH 
AKJI 


Dolga Spit. 
Temriuk B. 
Taman Lake. 


AKOB 
AKOD 
AKOE 


Ali-Agba P. 
Foggia Nova. 
Fouies. 


AKRV 
AKRW 
AKRX 


Latakiyah. 

Markhab. 

Tartus. 


AKJM 
AKJN 
AKJO 
AKJQ 
AKJR 
AKJS 
AKJU 
AKJW 


Asia Mtnok 
Caucasus. 
Circaasia. , 
Tuzla Bank. 


AKOF 

AKOH 

AKOI 

AKOJ 

AKOM 


Oglak I. 
C. Merminji. 
Pelican Spit Lt. V. 
Sanjak Spit Lt. V. 
, Smyrna. 


AKRZ 

AKSB 
AKSC 
AKSE 
AKSF 


Ruad I. 
Tripoli. 
Rainkine I. 
Jebeil. 
Beirut. 


Andpa. 
Doob Pt. 
Penai Pt. 
Novorossisk, or, Sujak 


AKON 
AKOP 
AKOR 
AKOS 


Vourlah. 
Sahib P. 
Eritra. 
Kezil Pt. 


AKSG 
AKSI 
AKSJ 
AKSL 


Damascus. 
Saida. 
Jezireh. 
' Sfir, or. Tyre. 




Bay. 


AKOT 


Chesme. 


AKSN 


Akka, or, Acre. 


AKJY 


GhelenjikB. 


AKOV 


Egrilar. 


AKSO 


Haifa. 


AKJZ 


Kadosh, or, Chardak Pt. 


AKOW 


Mersin P. 


AKSP 


C. Carmel 


AKLD 

AKT.E 


F. St. Duka. 
Sochinski (Socha Bitke 


AKOX 
AKOZ 


Sikia P. 
Sighajik P. 


AKSR 
AKST 


Kaisariyeh (Csesarea). 
Arsuf (Appolonia). 




AKPB 


Ephesus. 


AKSU 


Yafa. 


AKLF 


Pitsunda Pt. 


AKPC 


Skala Nuova G. 


AKSV 


Jericho. 


AKLH 


Bombori F. 


AKPE 


Hussein Pt. 


AKSW 


Palestine. 


AKLI 


Guduat. 


AKPF 


Budrum. 


AKSX 


Jerusalem. 


AKLJ 


Sukhiim B. 


AKPG 


Giova P. 


AKSY 


Yebnah. 


AKLN 


Redoute Kalessi. 


AKPI 


Gallipoli P. 


AKSZ 


Dead Sea. 


AKLO 


Poti F.cd 


AKPJ 


Kos. 






AKLP 


Batum. c d 


AKPL 


Kum Pt. 


AKTB 


Africa. 


AKLR 


Gunieh. 


AKPN 


Doris G. 










AKPO 


Ipsera Islet. 


AKTO 


Egypt. 


AKLS 


Caspian Sea. 






AKTD 


Cairo. 


AKLT 


Volga R. 


AKPQ 


Levant. 


AKTF 


El Arish. 


AKLV 


Baku. 


AKPS 


Karamania. 


AKTG 


P. Said, abef 
Suez Canal. 


AKLW 


Tiflis. 


AKPT 


Marmarice. 


AKTI 


AKLX 


Georgia. 


AKPU 


Karaghatch Hr. 


AKTL 


Lake Menzaleh. 


AKLZ 


Armenia. 


AKPW 


MakriHr./ 


AKTM 


Ismaila. 






AKPX 


Kastelorizo I. 


AKTO 


Lake Timsah. 


AKMB 


Rizo. 


AKPY 


Tristomos. 


AKTQ 


Great Bitter Lake. 


AKMC 


Trebizond. 


AKQB 


Yali B. 


AKTR 


Little Bitter Lake. 


AKMD 


Erzerum. 


AKQC 


Addlia. 


AKTU 


Damietta. 


AKME 


Platana. 


AKQD 


Kara Burnu. 


AKTW 


Nile R. 


AKMF 


C. lerds. 


AKQF 


C. KUoarda. 


AKTX 


Brulos. 


AKMG 


Tereboli. 


AKQG 


Aldya. 


AKTZ 


Rosetta. 


AKMI 


Kerassond, or, Keras- 


AKQH 


Anamur C. 


AKUB 


Abukir B. 




unda. 


AKQJ 


Chelindreh P. 


AKUC 


Alexandria, ah de 


AKML 


Vona B. 


AKQL 


Cavalifere C. 


AKUE 


El Amaid. 


AKMO 


Unieh. 


AKQM 


Aghaliman. 


AKUF 


Kanais G. 


AKMP 


Samsun. 


AKQO 


Bagasse Pt. 


AKUG 


Marsa Omrakum. 


AKMQ 


Ha,1ysPt.,or, C. Bafra. 


AKQP 


Mersina. 


AKUI 


Marsa Tebruk. 


AKMS 


Kizil Innak. 


AKQR 


Karadash Burnu. 


AKUJ 


Bombah G. 


AKMT 


Sinub, or, Sinope. 






AKUL 


Menelaus Hr. 


AKMW 


C. Injeh. 


AKQT 


Cyprus. 






AKMX 


C. Ineboli. 


AKQU 


Kerynia. 


AKUN 


Tripoli. 


AKMY 


C. Kerempeh. 


AKQV 


Nicosia. 


AKUO- 


Dernah./ 


AKNB 


Kara-Agatch. 


AKQW 


C. Amauti. 


AKUP 


Marga Sousah. 


AKNC 


Amastra. 


AKQX 


Paphoa. 


AKUR 


Gureina (Cyrene). 


AKND 


Koslu B. 


AKQY 


C. Gata. 


AKUS 


Tolmeita. 


AKNF 


Bender Erekli (Hera- 


AKQZ 


Limasol. 


AKUT 


Ben Ghazi (Berenice). 




klea). 


AKRC 


C. Kiti. 


AKUW 


Marsa Zafran, or, Chebek. 


AKNH 


C. Kefken. 


AKRD 


Larnaka. 


AKUX 


Misratah. 


AKNJ 


Kirpen I. 


AKRE 


C. Greco. 


AKUY 


Ras Zorug. 


AKNL 


Kilia Pt. 


AKRF 
AKRH 


Famagusta. 
C. Andreas. 


AKVB 


Lebidah. 


AKNM 


Anatolia. 






AKVD 


Tunis. 


AKNP 


Bashika B. 


AKRI 


Syria. 


AKVE 


Zarzis. 


AKNQ 


Yukyeri Pt. 


AKRJ 


Ayas. 


AKVF 


Jerba I. (Djerba). 


AKNR 


C. Baba. 


AKRM 


Bayas. 


AKVG 


Bahiret el bu Grara. 


AKNT 


Sivriji Pt. 


AKRN 


Iskanderdn G. 


AKVH 


Humt Adjim. 


AKNU 


Adramyti. 


AKRO 


Alexandretta (Iskande- 


AKVI 


Gabes, or, Kabea. d 


AKNV 


Dikili. 




riin). 


AKVJ 


Skira. 


AKNX 


P. Ajano. 


AKRQ 


Antioch. 


AKVM 


Sur-Kenis B. 


AKNY 


Sandarli G. 


AKRS 


Bazit Pt. 


AKVN 


Sfax. d 


AKNZ 


Rema B. 


AKRT 


Ibn Hftni Pt. 


AKVO Kerkenah Is. 



a Signlfles an International Signal Station ; 6 a Time Signal Station; c a Weather, Tide, or Ice Signal 

e a Lloyd's Signal Station; / a Wireless Telegraph Station. 



Station; d a Life-Saving Station; 



no 



GEOGEAPHICAL SIGNALS PLACES GEOGRAPHICALLY ARRANGED. 



Part I. 



NORTH AFRICA. 


ATLANTIC OCEAN. 


WEST AFRICA. 


AKVQ 


Sherkil. 


AKZV 


Velez de la Gomera. 


ALEM 


Arrecife Pt. 


AKVR 


Mahedia. 


AKZX 


Alcala B. 


ALEN 


Lobos I. 


AKVS 


Kuriat Is. 


AKZY 


Tetuan. 


ALEP 


Fuerteventura. 


AKVU 


Monastir. 


ALBC 


Almadabra, or, Madraga 


ALEQ 


Jandia Pt. 


AKVW 


Suea (Sousse). d 




B. 


ALER 


Gran Canaria. 


AKVY 


Herkla (Hergla). 


ALBE 


Ceuta. d 


ALET 


Isleta Pt. e 


AKVZ 


Hammamet. 


ALBF 


Almina Pt. 


ALEU 


P. de la Luz. 


AKWB 


Kalibia. 


ALBG 


Malabata Pt. . 


ALEV 


Palmas. 


AKWD 


C. Bon. a e 


ALBI 


Tangier, a 


ALEX 


Maspalomas Pt. 
Sardina Pt. 


AKWE 


Goletta (La Goulette). d 


ALBJ 


C. Spartel. a e 


ALEY 


AKWG 


Carthage C. a. 


ALBK 


Jeremias Anchorage. 


A-LEZ 


Tenerife. 


AKWH 


Plana I. (El Kamela). 


ALBN 


Arsila, or, Arzila. 


ALFC 


Anaga Pt. e 


AKWI 


PoETO Farina, a 


ALBO 


El Araish. 


ALFD 


Santa Cruz, a c 


AKWJ 


Cani Is. 


ALBP 


Mehediya. 


ALFE 


Orotava P. 


AKWM 


Benzbrt (Bizbrta). a d 


ALBS 


Rabat and Sali. 


ALFib 


Gomera. 


AKWN 


Fratelli Rocks. 


ALBT 


Dar el Beida. 


ALFl 


San Sebastian. 


AKWO 


Ras Engela. 


ALBV 


Azimur. 


ALFJ 


Hierro, or, Fefro. 


AKWP 


C. Serrat. 


ALBW 


Mazighan. 


ALFM 


Palma. 


AKWR 


Galita (La Galite). d 


ALBX 


C. Cantin, or, Ras ill 


ALFN 


Cumplida Pt. 


AKWS 


Sorelle Rocks. 




, Hadik. 


ALFO 


Salvage Is. 


AKWU 


C. Negro. 
Tabarka. d 


ALBZ 


Safi (Asafi). 






AKWV 


ALOB 


Mogador. 


ALFQ 


C. BOJADOR. 






ALCD 


Fez. 


ALFR 


Ouro R. 


AKWY 


Algeria. 


ALCF 


Agadir, or, Santa Cruz. 


ALFS 


C. Barbas. 


AKWZ 


La Calle. a d 


ALCG 


Tiznitz. 


ALFU 


C. Blanco. 


AKXC 


C. Rosa (Rose). 


ALCH 


Wadi Diaa (Nun R.). 


ALFV 


Arguin B. 
C.Mirik. 


AKXD 


Bona (Bone), d 


ALCJ 


C. Juby. 


ALFW 


AKXF 


F. G^nois. 






ALFY 


Portendick. 


AKXG 


C. de Garde, a 


ALCK 


Atlantic Ocean. 






AKXI 


Takush B. 






ALFZ 


Barbary Coast. 


AKXJ 


C. de Fer. a 


ALCM 


Azores. 






AKXM 


Philippeville. d 


ALCN 


Corvo. 


ALGB 


Sfe^gal R. 


AKXN 


Stora. d 


ALCO 


Floras. 


ALGD 


St. Louis. 


AKXP 


Constantine. 


ALCP 


Santa Cruz. 


ALGE 


Almadi, or, Almadies 


AKXQ 


Srigina I. 


ALCR 


Fayal. 




Pt. 


AKXS 


CoUo. d 


ALCS 


Horta. d e 


ALGF 


Senegambia 


AKXT 


C. el Jerba. 


ALCT 


Espalamaca Pt. 


ALGI 


C. Verde, a 


AKXV 


C. Bougaroni. a 


ALCU 


Pico. V 


ALGJ 


Gor6e. 


AKXW 


Jidjelli (Djidjelli). d 


ALCW 


San Jorge. 


ALGK 


Dakar, a b 


AKXZ 


Ras Afia. 


ALCX 


Graciosa. 


ALGN 


Rufisque. 


AKYB 


Bougie, d 


ALCY 


Terceira. 






AKYD 


C. Carbon, u, 


ALDB 


Praya. 


ALGO 


Cape Verde Is. 


AKYE 


Dellys. d 


ALDO 


Angra. c d 


ALGP 


St. Antonio. 


AKYG 


C. de I'Aiguille. a 


ALDE 


San Miguel (St. Mich- 


ALGR 


Bull Pt. 


AKYH 


C. Bengut. 




aels). 


ALGS 


Tarrafal B. 


AKYJ 


C. Matifu. a d 


ALDG 


Ponta Delgada. ab d 


ALGT 


Santa Cruz. 


AKYL 


Bouzar6ah. a 


ALDH 


Villa Franca. 


ALGV 


St. Vincent. 


AKYN 


Algier (Alger), bdf 


ALDI 


Arnel Pt. a c e 


ALGW 


P. Grande. 


AKYO 


C. Caxine. 


ALDK. 


Ferraria Pt. e 


ALGX 


Bird I. a 


AKYQ 


Tipaza. P. d 


ALDM 


Santa Maria I. 


ALGZ 


Santa Luzia. 


AKYR 


Shershel (Cherchell). d 


ALDN 


Villa do Porto. 


ALHB 


St. Nicholas. 


AKYT 


Tfenfez, or, Tfenfes. a d 


ALDP 


Fonnigas. 


ALHC 


Preguiza. 


AKYU 


C. Ivi. 






ALHE 


Sal (Salt) I. 


AKYW 


Mostaganem. d 


ALDQ 


Madeira. 


ALHF 


Bonavista. 


AKYX 


Arzeu, or, Arzew. d 


ALDR 


Fora I. ad 


ALHG 


English Road. 


AKZB 


Oran. d 


ALDS 


Loo Rock, a c 


ALHJ 


Mayo I. 


AKZC 


Marsa el K6bir. d 


ALDT 


Funchal. d 


ALHK 


St. Jago. 


AKZE 


C. Falcon, a 


ALDU 


Pargo Pt. a c 


ALHM . 


P. Praya. 


AKZF 


Habibaa Is. 


ALDV 


Cruz Pt. 


ALHO 


Tarrafal Pt. 


AKZH 


Beni Saf Hr. d 


ALDX 


P. Santo. 


ALHP 


Leton Rock. 


AKZI 


Raschgun I. 


ALDY 


Bezerta Grande. 


ALHQ 


Fogo I. 


AKZL 


Nemours, d 


ALDZ 


Bugio. 


ALHS 


Brava I. 


AKZM 


Morocco. 


ALEB 


Canary Is. 


ALHT 


Gambia. 


AKZN 


Milonia R. ' 


ALEC 


Allegranza. 


ALHU 


Bathurst. 


AKZP 


Mulaya R. 


•ALED 


Delgada Pt. 


ALHW 


Albreda. 


AKZQ 


Zafarin I. 


ALEG 


Graciosa. 


ALHX 


Yarbutenda. 


AKZR 


Melilla. df 


ALEH 


Lanzarbte. 


ALHY 


Kasamanze R. 


AKZT 


C. Tre Forcas. 


ALEI 


Pechiquera Pt. 


ALIB 


Karabane I. 


Akzu 


Alhucemas. 


ALBK 


Naos P. 


ALIC 


Zighinkor. 



a Signifies an Internationa! Signal Station ; 6 a Time Signal Station: ca Weather, Tide, or Ice Signal Station; d a Lile-Saving Station; 

e a Lloyd's Signal Station; /a Wireless Telegraph Station. 



Part I. 



GEOGRAPHICAL SIGNALS— PLACES GEOGRAPHICALLY ARRANGED. 



Ill 





WEST AFRICA. 


SOUTH AFRICA. 


ALID 


Brin Factory. 


ALND 


Prah R. 


ALQT 


Bata. 


ALIP 


Sedhiu. 


ALNE 


C. Coast Castle, a 


ALQU 


San Bento R. 


ALIG 


Dianna. 


ALNF 


Anamaboe. 


ALQV 


Medondo. 


ATiIH 


0. Roxo. 


ALNG 


ASHANTL 


ALQW 


Corisco B. 


ALIK 


Cacheo R. 


ALNH 


Akkra, ab 


ALQX 


Elobey I. 


ALIM 


Salsang. 


ALNI 


Kumassi. 


ALQY 


Muni. 


ALIN 


Farin. 


ALNJ 


SO0DAN. 


ALQZ 


Gaboon R. 


ALLP 


Batur. 


ALNK 


Volta R. 


ALRC 


Gornb^ Pt. 


IJ^JS 


Bissao I. 


ALNM 


Adda. 


ALRD 


Libreville. 


ALIR 


Jeba R. 


ALNO 


C. St. Paul. 


ALRE 


Komo R. 


ALIU 


Bijouga Is. 


ALNP 


Jella Koffi. 


ALRG 


Ogowd R. 


ALIV 


Bulama. 


ALNQ 


Kitta. 


ALRH 


Nazareth B. 


ALIX 


Alcatraz I. 


ALNR 


P. Seguro. 
Agwen. 


ALRI 


Lopez C. 


ALIY 


Nunez R. 


ALNS 


ALRK 


Fernand Vaz. 


ALIZ 


C. Verga. 


ALNT 


Togo. 


ALRM 


Settee R. a 


ALJC 


Ponga R. 


ALNU 


Little Popo. 


ALRN 


Mayumba B. 


ALJD 


Tabuia, or, Taboria. 


ALNV- 


Whyda. 


ALRP 


Kuilu R. 


ALJE 


Bangalong. 


ALNX 


Kotonu. 


ALRQ 


Loango B. 


AUG 


Brameya R. 


ALNY 


P. Novo. 


ALRS 


Massab6. 


ALJH 


Isles de Los. 






ALRU 


Chiloango R. 


ALJI 


Bulbineh. 


ALNZ 


Dahomey. 


ALRV 


Malemba B. 


A]LJM 


Konakri. 


ALOB 


Abomeh (Abomey). 


ALRW 


Kabinda. 


ALJN 


Matakong I. 


ALOC 


Badagri. 


ALRY 


Kongo R. 


ALJO 


Mellakori R. 


ALOD 


Lekki. 


ALRZ 


French Pt. a 


ALJQ 


Benti Pt. 


ALOE 


Pafm Oil Rs. 


ALSB 


Shark Pt. (Padrao). 


ALJR 


Great Skarcies R. 


ALOF 






ALJS 


Mambolo. 


ALOH 


Benin R. 


ALSD 


Kongo Free State. 


AUTJ 


YeUaboi Sound. 


ALOI 


Wari. 


ALSE 


Banana Creek. 






ALOJ 


Forcados R. 


ALSF 


P. da Lenha. 


ALJV 


SiEKRA Leone. 


ALOM 


Gana Gana. 


ALSI 


Embomma (Bomma). 


ALJW 


Free Town. 


ALON 


Middleton R. 


ALSJ 


Brazzaville. 


ALJY 


Banana Is. 






ALSM 


Leopoldville. 


ALJZ 


Sherbro R. 


ALOP 


Niger. 


ALSN 


Stanley Pool. 


ALKB 


0. St. Ann. 


ALOR 


Akedo. 


ALSO 


Padron Pt. 


ALKD 


Manna R. 


ALOS 


Nun Entrance. 






ALKF 


C. Mount. 


ALOT 


Akassa (Baracoon Pt.). 


ALSQ 


Angola. 


ALKH 


Liberia. 


ALOV. 


Abo. 


ALSR 


Ambrizette. 


ALKI 


Caldwell. 


ALOW 


Ndoni. 


ALST 


Foreland Bluff. 


ALKJ 


C. Mesurado. 


ALOX 


Onitsha. 


ALSV 


Ambriz B. a 


ALKN 


Monrovia. 


ALOZ 


Asaba. 


ALSW 


Dand6 Pt. 


ALKO 


Grand Bassa. 


ALPB 


Ida. 


ALSX 


Funta B. 


ALKP 


Trade Town. 


ALPC 


Binue R. 


ALSZ 


Bengo B. 


ALKR 


Sestos R. 


ALPE 


Yola. 


ALTB 


Loanda(P. op). 6, 


ALKS 


Kru. 


ALPG 


C. Formosa. 


ALTC 


San Miguel F. a 


ALKT 


Nifu. 


ALPI 


Brass R. 


ALTE 


Loanda I. 


ALKV 


Grand Sesters. 


ALPJ 


Bonny R. 
New Calabar R. 


ALTF 


Palmeirinhas Pt. 


ALKW 


Garraway. 


ALPK 


ALTG 


Coanza R. 


ALKX 


Mano R. 


ALPN 


Calabar. 


ALTI 


Calumbo. 


ALKZ 


C. Palmas. 


ALPO 


Opobo R. 

d Calabar R. 


AJ.TJ 


Massangano. 


ALMB 


Grain Coast. 


ALPQ 


ALTK 


Dondo. 


ALMC 


Tabu. 


ALPS 


Duke Town. 


ALTN 


Cassanha. 


ALME 


Drewin. 


ALPT 


Cross R. 


ALTO 


Nova Redonda. a 


ALHF 


Sassandra, or, St. An- 


ALPU 


Rio del Rey. 


ALTP 


Kwi Kombo. 




drew R. 






ALTR 


Lobito B. 


ALMG 


Amokwa. 


ALPW 


Bight op Biapra. 


ALTS 


Benguela. 


ALMI 


Akba. 


ALPX 


Fernando Po. 


ALTU 


Salinas Pt. 


ALMJ 


Grand Bassam. 


ALPY 


Fernanda Pt. 


ALTW 


Elephant B. 


ALMK 


Assini R. a 


ALQB 


Santa IsabeL 


ALTX 


C. St. Mary. 


ALMO 


Newtown. 


ALQC 


Princes I. 


ALTY 


C. Martha. 


ALMP 


Albani R. 


ALQD 


Santo Antonio B. 


ALUB 


Little Fish B. 






ALQF 


St. Thom^(ThomasI.). 


ALUC 


Mossamedes. 


ALMQ 


IvoKY Coast. 


ALQG 


Anna de Chaves B. 


ALUD 


P. Alexander. 


ALMS 


Ankobra R. 


ALQH 


Annobon I. 


ALUE 


Albino Pt. 


ALMT 


Axim 






ALUF 


Great Fish B. 


ALMU 


C. Three Points. 


ALQJ 


ICambrun R. 


ALUG 


Nourse, or, Cunene R. 


ALMW 


Gold Coast. 


ALQK 


Malimba R. 






ALMX 


Guinea G. 


ALQM 


Batanga. 
Beundo R. 


ALUH 


Damaraland. 


ALMY 


Dix Cove. 


ALQO 


ALUI 


C. Frio. 


ALNB 


Sekondi. 


ALQP 


Batonga Roadstead. 


ALUJ 


Swakopmund Road. 


ALNC 


Elmina. 


ALQR 


Campo R. 


ALUK 


Walfisch B. 



o Signifies an International Signal Station; 6 a Time Signal Station; c a Weather, Tide, or Ice Signal Station; d a Lite-Saving Station; 

e a Lloyd's Signal Station; /a Wireless Telegraph Station. 



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Pakt I. 





SOUTH AFRICA. 


EAST AFRICA. 


ALUM 


HoUam's Bird I. 


ALYK 


East London .abed 


AMCS 


Mazimbwa B. 


ALUO 


Spencer B. 


ALYM 


Buffalo R. 


AMCU 


Marongo. 


ALUP 


Ichabo. 


ALYN 


Kei R. 


AMCV 


Tunghi B. 


ALUQ 


Angra Pequefia. 


ALYP 


Mazeppa Pt. 


AMCY 


Comoro I. (Comores). 


ALUS 


Robert Hr. 


ALYQ 


Bashee R. 


AMCZ 


Maroni. 


alut 


Possession I. 


ALYR 


St. John R. 


AMDB 


Mohilla I. (Moh^li). 


ALUV 


Great NaiTnaqualand. 


ALYS 


Grovenor P. 


AMDC 


Du^ni Cove (Fumboni 


ALUW 


Orange R. 


ALYT 


P. Shepstone. 




B.). 






ALYU 


Umpambinyoni R. 


AMDE 


Johanna I. (Aujouan). 


ALUX 


Ascension I. e 


ALYV 


Amahlongwana R. 


AMDF 


Pomoni Hr. . 


ALUY 


Georgetown. 


ALYW 


Aliwal Shoal. 


AMDG 


Mayotta. 


ALUZ 


Clarence B. , 






AMDJ 


Pamanzi, or, Zaudzi 


ALVC 


St. Helena! e 


ALYX 


Natal. 




Road. 


ALVD 


James Town. 6 


ALYZ 


The Bluff, ahce 


AMDK 


Mamutzu. 


ALVE 


Prosperous B. a 


ALZB 


Durban, d 


AMDN 


Glorieuse Isle. 


ALVG 


Tristan da Cunha. 


ALZC 


Pietermaritzburg. 






ALVH 


Inaccessible I. 


ALZD 


Tugela R. 


AMDO 


Madagascar. 


ALVI 


Nightingale I. 
Gough L 


ALZE 


Durnford B. 


AMDP 


Tananarive. 


ALVK 


ALZF 


St. Lucia B. 


AMDR 


C. Amber (Ambre).a 






ALZH 


Sordwana Road. 


AMDS 


Diego Suarez B.a 
P. Nievre. 


ALVM 


Cape Colony. 


ALZI 


Kosi R. 


AMDT 






ALZJ 


Rhodesia. 


AMDU 


Oronjia.o 


ALVN 


Orange Free State. 






AMDV 


Antsirana. c 


ALVP 


Transvaal. 


ALZK 


Dblagoa B. 


AMDW 


Ambavarane. 


ALVQ 


Kaffaria. 


ALZM 


Reuben Pt. a 


AMDX 


P. Look^ (Loqu^). 


ALVR 


Zululand. 


ALZN 


English R. 


AMDZ 


P. Leven. 


ALVT 


P. NoUoth. 


ALZO 


Lourenpo Marquez. 6 


AMEB 


Andrava B. i 


ALVU 


Hondeklip B. 


ALZP 


Maputa R. 
P. Melville. 


AMEC 


Vohimao, or, Vohemar 


ALVW 


Olifant R. 


ALZR 




B. 


ALVZ 


St. Helena B. 


ALZS 


Limpopo R. 


AMEF 


Antongil B. 


ALWB 


Saldanha B. 


ALZT 


C. Corrientes. 


AMEG 


P. Choiseul. 


ALWC 


Dassen I. 


ALZV 


, Burra. 


AMEH 


Tangtang, or, Tin- 


ALWE 


Robben I. 


ALZW 


Innambdn R. 




tingue. 
St. Mary I. 


ALWG 


TableB. 6rf 


ALZX 


Bazaruto C. 


AMEJ 


ALWI 


Cape Town, c 


AMBC 


Marsha, or, S. Caro- 


AMEK 


P. St. Mary. 


ALWK 


Lions Rump, a 




lina I. 


AMEL 


Blfeve Reef. 


ALWN 


Mouill^ Pt. 


AMBD 


Sabi R. 


AMEN 


F6n4rive. 


ALWP 


Green Pt. 


AMBE 


Chiludn I. 


AMEO 


Mahambo Pt. 


ALWQ 


G. of Good Hope, e 


AMBG 


Sofala R. 


AMEP 


Foulepointe. 


ALWS 


Roman Rocks. 


AMBH 


Pungue R. 


AMEQ 


Tamatave, or, Toama- 


ALWT 


False B. 


AMBI 


Beira. 




sina. 


ALWU 


Simon's B. 6 


AMBK 


Inhamboio. 


AMER 


Vatomandri. a 


ALWV 


C. Hangklip. 


AMBL 


Thornton R. 


AMES 


Mahanoro. a 


ALWX 


Danger Pt. a 


AMBN 


Zambezi R. 


AMET 


Maninzari (Mananiara 


ALWY 


0. Agulhas. e 


AMBO 


Mashonaland. 




R.). 


ALWZ 


Struys B. 


AMBP 


Kangoni. 


AMEU 


Matitanana R. 


ALXC 


Bredasdorp. 


AMBQ 


Conceicao R. 


AMEW 


Farafangana. 


ALXD 


P. Beaufort. 


AMBR 


Chinde R. 


AMEX 


St. Lucia (Luce). 


ALXE 


Breede R. . 






AMEY 


Ytapere, or, Itap^rina 


ALXG 


St. Sebastian B. 


AMBS 


British Central Af- 




B 


ALXH 


Kaffir Kuyl B. 




rica. 


AMFB 


F. Dauphin. 


ALXJ 


C. St. Blaize. a 


AMBT 


Sena. 


AMFC 


C. St. Mary, or, St. 


ALXK 


Aliwal. ac 


AMBU 


Tete. 




Marie. 


ALXM 


Mossel B. 


AMBV 


Lake Nyassa. 


AMFD 


St. Augustine B. 


ALXO 


George Town. 


AMBW 


Shir6 R. 


AMFG 


Saolara. 


ALXP 


Knysna Hr. 


AMBX 


Linde R. 


AMFH 


TuUear, or, Ankatsaoka 


ALXQ 


Plettenberg B. 


AMBY 


Kilimdn (Quilimane) R. 




B. 


ALXS 


C. St. Francis, c 


AMBZ 


Angoche R., or, Mlui. 


AMFI 


Ranob6 P. 


ALXT 


KromB. 


AMCD 


P. Mokambo. 


AMFK 


Fanemotra B. 


ALXU 


Humansdorp. 






AMFL 


Morondava. 


ALXW 


C. Recife, e 


AMCE 


Mozambique, ace 


AMFN 


Ambondro R. 


ALXY 


Algoa B. 


AMCF 


St. George I. 


AMFP 


Maintirano, or, Myan- 


ALXZ 


P. Elizabeth, ahc 


AMCH 


Conducia B. 




terano R. 


ALYC 


Bird I. 


AMCI ' 


Nakala Pt. 


AMFQ 


C. St. Andrew. 


ALYD 


P. Alfred. ahcd 


AMCJ 


Belmore Hr. 


AMFR 


Boy anna B. 


ALYE 


Kowie R. 


AMCL 


Memba B. 


AMFT 


Makambi R. 


ALYF 


Bathurst. 


AMCN 


Almeida B. 


AMFU 


Bombetoke B. 


ALYG 


Grahams Town. 


AMCO 


PombaB. (Mwambi). 


AMFV 


Mojanga. c 


ALYH 


Great Fish R. 


AMCQ 


Montepes B. 


AMFX 


Betsiboka R. 


ALYI 


Keiskamma R. 


AMOR 


Ibo. 


AMFY 


Ikopa R. 



o Signifies an International Signal Station; 6 a Time Signal Station; c a Weather, Tide, or Ice Signal Station; d a Life-Saving Station? 

e a Lloyd's Signal Station; / a Wireless Telegraph Station. 



Paet I. 



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113 



SOUTH INJ)IAN OCEAN. 



RED SEA. 



EAST AFRICA. 



AMFZ 

AMGC 

AMGD 

AMGE 

AMGH 

AMGI 

AMGJ 

AMGL 

AMGN 

AMGO 

AMGQ 

AMGR 

AMGS 

AMGU 
AMGV 
AMGW 

AMGY 
AMGZ 
AMHB 
AMHC 

AMHD 

AMHE 

AMHF 

AMHI 

AMHJ 

AMHK 

AMHN 

AMHO 

AMHP 

AMHR 

AMHS 

AMHT 

AMHX 



AMHZ 

AMIB 

AMIC 

AMID 

AMIE 

AMIF 

AMIG 

AMU 

AMIK 

AMIL 

AMIN 

AMIO 

AMIP 

AMIQ 

AMIS 

AMIT 

AMIU 

AMIV 

AMIW 
AMIX 

AMIY 
AMIZ 
AMJB 

AMJC 

AMJD 

AMJE 

AMJG 

AMJH 

AMJI 

AMJK 



Mevatanana. 

Suberbieville. 

Kats6p^. 

Majamba B. 

Miramba P. 

Jtarendri. 

Raminitok B. 

Radama P. 

Ambavatobi B. 

Pasindava B. 

Nosi-B6. 

Hellville. 

'Nosi Vavmi, or, Vorona 

Islet. 
Tani-Keli Islet. 
C. St. S^bastien. 
William Pitt B. (An- 

dramatuba). 
P. Liverpool. 
Europa I. 
Bassas da India. 
Juan de Nova I. 

REUNION I. 

St. Denis, a c 
St. Marie, a 
Bel- Air Pt. 
St. Suzanne, a 
Bois Rouge Pt. a 
Champbome Pt. a 
St. Benoit. a 
St. Rose, a 
St. Pierre, a c 
St. Louis (St. Leu), a 
St. Paul, a c 

Pt. des Galets, or, Shin- 
gle Pt. a c 

Mauritius. 

P. Louis, abed 

P. Louis Lt. V. 

Signal Mt. e 

C. Malheureux. 

Canonnier Pt. e 

Grand Bay. 

C. Brabant. 

Grand P. 

MaMbourg. 

Roche Isle Beacon. 

Pouquets Isle. 

Flatl.e 

Black River B. 

Rodriguez I. 

Mathurin B. 

P. South East. 

Albatross I. (Cargados 

Carajos). 
Agalega I. 
Troinelin I. 

Seychelles. 
Dennis I. 
Mah6 I. 
P. Victoria. 
Amirante Is. 
Farquhar Is. 
Cosmoledo Is. 
Assumption I. 
Aldabra I. 

Providence and St. 
Pierre Is. 



AMJL 

AMJN 

AMJO 
AMJQ 
AMJR 
AMIS 
AMJT 
AMJU 

AMJV 

AMJW 

AMJX 

AMJY 

AMJZ 

AMKB 

AMKD 

AMKE 

AMKG 

AMKH 

AMKI 

AMKJ 

AMKN 

AMKO 

AMKP 

AMKQ 

AMKR 

AMKS 

AMKT 

AMKU 

AMKV 

AMKW 

AMKX 

AMKY 

AMLB 

AMLC 

AMLE 

AMLF 

AMLG 

AMLI 

AMLJ 

AMLK 

AMLN 

AMLO 

AMLP 

AMLQ 

AMLS 

AMLT 

AMLU 
AMLW 
AMLX 
AMLY 

AMLZ 

AMNB 

AMNC 

AMND 

AMNE 

AMNF 

AMNG 

AMNH 

AMNI 

AMNJ 

AMNK 

AMNL 

AMNP 

AMNQ 

AMNR 

AMNT 



Chagos Archipelago. 
Diego Garcia. 

Prince Edward I. 
Crozet I. d 
Kerguelen I. d 
Heard I. 
St. Paul I. d 
Amsterdam I. d 

German East Africa. 

C. Delgado. 

Keonga B. 

Rovuma R. 

Msimbati Hr. 

Mikindani Hr. 

M^u Mwania. 

Lindi R. 

Mchinga B. 

Kiswere Hr. 

Kilwa Kisiwani. 

P. Beaver. 

Rukyira B. 

Kilwa Kivinje. 

Songa Songa I. 

Mohoro B. 

Rufiji R. 

Mafia I. 

Ras Mkumbi. 

Latham I. 

Ras Kanzi. 

Dar es Salaam. 

Bagamoyo. 

Ruva, or, Kingani R. 

Zanzibar. 
Kiungani. 
Mwana Mwana. a 
Kokotoni Hr. 
Mungppani. a 
Ras Nungwe. 
Pemba. 
Chaki Chaki. 
Ras Kegomacha. 
Ras Upemba. 
Saadani. 



Tanga B. 
Ulenge. 

British East Africa. 

Vanga. 

Wasin. 

Mombasa. 

Mvita. 

P. Kilindini. 

P. Reitz. 

P. Tudor. 

Lake Tanganyika. 

Lake Victoria Nyanza. 

Matapwa R. 

KilifiR. 

Owyombo R. 

Malindi. 

Tana R. 

Kipini. 

Lamu. 

Manda Roads. 

Patta. 

P. Durnford. 



AMNU 

AM-NV 
AMNW 

AMNX 
AMNY 
AMNZ 
AMOC 
AMOD 
AMOE 
AMOG 

AMOH 
AMOI 
AMOJ 
AMOK 

AMOL 

AMON 

AMOQ 

AMOR 

AMOS 

AMOU 

AM0V 

AMOW 

AMOY 

AMOZ 

AMPB 

AMPD 

AMPE 

AMPF 

AMPH 

AMPI 

AMPJ 

AMPL 

AMPN 

AMPO 

AMPR 

AMPS 

AMPT 

AMPV 

AMPW 

AMPX 

AMPZ 

AMQB 

AMQC 

AMQE 

AMQF 

AMQG 

AMQI 

AMQJ 

AMQK 

AMQL 

AMQN 

AMQO 

AMQP 

AMQS 

AMQT 

AMQU 

AMQW 
AMQX 
AMQY 
AMRB 
AMRC 
AMRD 
AMRF 
AMRG 



Tula. 

Kisiinayu B. 
Juba. 

Italian Somaliland. 

Brawa. 

Merka. 

Mpgdishu (Magadoxa). 

Obiat. 

Ras Hattn. 

C. Guardafui, or, Ras 

Asir. 
Sok6tra I. 
Tamrida. 
Ras Radressa. 
Abd-al-kuri. 

G. OP Aden. 

Somali. 

Ras Alula. 

Bander Mjarayeh. 

Burnt I., or, Ar- Kabbah. 

Berbera. 

Bulbar. 

Zeila. 

Jibuti. 

Tajura. 

Obokh. 

Ras al Bir. 

Str. of Bab el Mandeb. 

Red Sea. 

Perim. (fe 

Obstruction Pt. 

Asab. 

Shummd I. 

Sheik ul Abu. . 

Annesley B. 

Difnein I. 

Abyssinia. 

Massaua Hr. 

Trinkitat Hr. 

Suakin. 

Raweiya Ras. 

Berenice P. 

St. Johns, or, Zeberjed I. 

Daedalus Sh. 

Koseir. 

The Brothers. 

Shad wan I. 

Ashiafi Reef. 

Str. of Jubal. 

Suez G. 

Ras Gharib. 

Ras Zafarana. 

Newport Rock Lt. V. 

P. Ibrahim. 

Suez, a ef 

Suez B. 

Asia. 

Tor. 

Mt. Sinai. 
Hedjaz Province. 
Akabah G. 
Mowila. 
Sherm Wej. 
C. Baridi. 
Yenbo./ 



a Signifies an International Signal Station; 6 a Time Signal Station; c a Weatlier, Tide, or Ice Signal Station; d a Life-Saving Station; 

e a Lloyd's Signal Station; /a Wireless Telegraph Station. 

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Part I. 



ARABIAN SEA. 


PERSIA. 


INDIA. 


AMRH 


Medina./ 


AMVB 


Bushire. e 


AMYV 


Daman P. 


AMRJ 


Jidda, or, Jeddah./ 


AMVO 


Dayyir. 


AMYW 


DAhanu. 


AMRK 


Mekka. 


AMVD 


Kangdn, or, Kangdn. 


AMYX 


Tarapur Pt. 


AMRL 


Lith. 


AMVF 


Chardk. 


AMZB 


Bassein. » 


AMRO 


Kunfida. 


AMVG 


Mughd. 


AMZC 


Tanna. ' 


AMRP 


Loheiya. 


AMVH 


Linia. 


AMZD 


Bombay. 6c/ ; 


AMRQ 


Kamaran Hr. 


AMVJ 


Bdsidu. 


AMZE 


Malabar Pt. 


AMRT 


Jebel Teir. 


AMVK 


Khamlr. 


AMZF 


Outer Lt. V. ; 


AMRU 


Zebayir Is. 


AMVL 


Jezfrat Ndbiyu Tanb. 


AMZG 


Sunk Rack Lt. i 


AMRV 


Hodeida. 


AMVN 


Clarence Str. 


AMZH 


Southwest Prong Lt. 


AMRW 


Abu Ail Is. 


AMVO 


Kishin, or, Jezfrat at 


AMZI 


Alibagh. cd \ 


AMRX 


HanJsh Is. 




Tawila. e 


AMZJ 


Mazagon. 


AMRY 


Jebel Zukur. 


AMVP 


Bander Abbas. 


AMZK 


Victoria Dock. 


AMRZ 


Mokha, or, Mocha. 


AMVQ 


Ras al Kuh. 


AMZL 


Princes Dock. 


AMSB 


C. Bab el Mandeb. 


AMVT 


Maksa, or, C. Jfehak. e 


AMZO 


Kolaba Pt./ 


AMSC 


Yemen Province. 


AMVU 


MakrAn Coast. 


AMZP 


Kolaba Oby. 






AMVX 


Khor Rabij. 


AMZQ 


Kundari I. acrf 


AMSD 


Arabia. 


AMVY 


Chahbdr B. 


AMZR 


P. Chaul. 






AMVZ 


Gwatar B. 


AMZS 


Janjira Hr. 


AMSE 


Aden, e 






AMZT 


Marad. j 


AMSG 


Bal-haf. 


AMWC 


Baluchistan. 


AMZU 


Rajpuri. 


AMSH 


Makalla. 


AMWi) 


Gwddar. 


AMZV 


Bankot P., or, Savitri R. 


AMSI 


Ash-Shehr. 


AMWE 


Pasni. 


AMZW 


Savaradrug. 


AMSK 


Kishin. 


AMWG 


Orm^ra. 


AMZX 


Dabhcl, or, Washishti R.' 


AMSL 


Rds Fart^k. 


AMWH 


Sunmiyani B. 


AMZY 


Tolkeshwar Pt. 


AMSP 


Damkut. 


AMWI 


Baila. 


ANBC 


ShastriR.. 


AMSQ 


Khorya Morya Is. 


AMWK 


Ras Muwdri (C. Monze). 


ANBD 


Ratnagiri. c 


AMSR 


Ras Madraka. 






ANBE 


Rajapur. 


AMSU 


Ghubbet Hashish. 


AMWL 


India. 


ANBF 


Viziadrug. 


AMSV 


Maslra G. 


AMWN 


Afghanistan. 


ANBG 


Malwan. 


AMSW 


Ras-al-Hadd. 


AMWP 


Karachi. 6 


ANBH 


Vengurla Rocks, or. 


AMSY 


Sur. 


AMWQ 


Manora Pt. a 6 c 




Burnt Is. 


AMSZ 


G. OF Oman. 


AMWR 


Indus R. 


ANBI 


Vengurla, or, Vingorla. oc 


AMTB 


Maskat. 


AMWT 


Keti. 


ANBJ 


AguadaB.' 


AMTD 


Barka. 


AMWU 


Haiderabad. 


ANBK 


Panjim. 


AMTE 


SohAr. 


AMWV 


Sind Coast. 


ANBL 


Mandavi R. 


AMTF 


ShiniSs. 


AMWV 


Khori, or, Lakhpat R. 






AMTH 


Khor Fakdn. 


AMWZ 


Kutch G. 


ANBM 


GOA. 


AMTI 


Dibba. 


AMXB 


Mandvi. 


ANBP 


Murmagao. 






AMXD 


Navinar Pt. 


ANBQ 


Oyster Rock. 


AMTJ 


Persian G. 


AMXE 


Karumbhar I. 


ANBR 


Sadashivgad. c 


AMTL 


Quoin Is. 


AMXF 


Khambhalia. • 


,ANBT 


Karwar Hd. 


AMTN 


Ras al Khaima. 


AMXH 


Nawanagar. 


ANBU 


Tadri R. 


AMTO 


Shdrja. 


AMXI 


Beit Hr. 


ANBV 


Kumpta. 


AMTQ 


Dabai. 


AMXJ 


Guzerat. 


ANBX 


Honawar. 


AMTR 


Abu Thabi. 


AMXL 


Dwarka Pt. 


ANBY 


Bhatkul Cove. 


AMTS 


Al Wakra. 


AMXN 


Porbandar. c 


ANBZ 


Kundapur. 


AMTV 


Doha. 


AMXO 


Navibandar. 


ANCD 


Mulpy. 


AMTW 


Ras Rakkin. 


AMXQ 


Mangrol. 


ANCE 


Mulki (Primeira) Rocks.; 


AMTX 


Bahrain Hr. 


AMXR 


Verawal. c 


ANCF 


Mangalore. '. 


AMTZ 


Al Manama. 


AMXS 


Diu. 


ANCH 


Malabar Coast. 


AMUB 


Dammdm. 


AMXU 


Jdfarabad. 


ANCI 


Kannanur. 


AMUC 


Al Katif. 


AMXV 


Mahuwa. 


ANCJ 


Tellicherri. c 


AMUE 


Kuweit, or, Al Kuweit 


AMXW 


Kutpur I. 


ANCL 


Mah6. 




Hr. 


AMXZ 


Goapn4th Pt. 


ANCM 


Calicut, c 


AMUP 


Shatt-al-Arab. 


AMYB 


Piram I. 


ANCO 


Beipur. 


AMUG 


Fao. c 


AMYO 


Gogha. 


ANCQ 


Narakal. 


AMUI 


Basra. 


AMYE 


Bhaunagar Creek, c 


ANCR 


Cochin, c 


AMUJ 


Euphrates R. 
Makil. 


AMYF 


Kunhbandar. 


ANCS 


Alleppi. 
Travancore Coaet. 


AMUK 


AMYG 


Cambay G. 


ANCU 


AMUN 


Baghdad. 


AMYI 


Baroda. 


ANCV 


Quilon. 


AMUO 


Kartin R. 


AMYJ 


Mahi R. 


ANCW 


Trivandrum. 


AMUP 


Muhammera. 


AMYK 


Tankari. 


ANCY 


Kolachel. 


AMUR 


Ahwaz. 


AMYN 


Nerbudda, or, Narbada 


ANCZ 


Muttum Pt. a 


AMUS 


Tigris R. 


AMYO 


R. 
Broach. 


ANDB 


C. Comorin. 


AMUT 


Persia. 


AMYP 


Bhagwadandi. 


ANDP 


Laccadive Is. 


AMUW 


Teheran. 


AMYR 


Tapti R. 


ANDG 


Androth I. 


AMUX 


Dilam. 


AMYS 


Surat. 


ANDI 


Aucutta I. 


AMUY 


Kharij, or, Kharag I. 


AMYT 


Bulsar. 


ANDJ 


Minikoi I. 

1 



a Signifies an International Signal Station; 6 a Time Signal Station; o a Weatlier, Tide, or Ice Signal Station; d a Life-Savine Station: 

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ANDK 
ANDM 
ANDO 
ANDP 

ANDR 

ANDS 

ANDT 
ANDV 
ANDW 
ANDX 
ANDZ 
ANEB 
ANED 
ANEF 

ANEG 

ANEI 

•ANE.T 

ANEK 

ANEM 

ANEO 

ANEP 

ANER 

ANES 

ANET 

ANEV 

ANEW 

ANEX 

ANEZ , 

ANFB 

ANFG 

ANFD 

ANFE 

ANFG 

ANFI 

ANFJ 

ANFK 

ANFM 

ANFO 

ANFP 

ANFR 

ANFS 

ANFT 

ANFV 

ANEW 

ANFX 

ANFZ 

ANGB 

AN GO 

ANGD 

ANGE 

ANGH 

ANGI 

ANGJ 

ANGK 

ANGM 

ANGO 

ANGP 

ANGR 

ANGS 

ANGT 

ANGV 

ANGW 

ANGX 

ANGZ 

ANHB 

ANHC 



Maldive Is. . 

M41e, &r, Sultan's I. 

Nine Degree Ch. 

Eight Degree Ch. 

One and a half Degree 

Gh. 
Equatorial Ch. 

G. OP Manar. 
Manapad Pt. 
Coilsinipatam. 
CoUnapatam. 
Tuticorin. a c 
Hare I. 
Pamban. o 
Manar. 

Ceylon. 

Putlam. 

Chilaw. 

Negombo. 

Colombo. 6 

Kandi. 

Kaltura. 

Barberyn I. 

Point de GALLE.de 

Neptune Battery. 

Matura. 

Dondra Hd. 

Tangalle. 

Hambantotti. 

Great Basses. 

Little Basses. 

Batticaloa Roads, a 

Trincomali. 

Pt. Pedro. 

Palmyra Pt. 

Palk Str. 

Jafnapatam. 

Tondi. 

Adrampatam. 

Pt. Cahmere. 

Coromandel Coast. 

Negapatam. 

Tanjore. 

Trichinopoly. 

Nagar. 

Kdrikal. a 

Tranquebar. 

Colerun. 

P. Novo. 

Cuddalore. 

Pondicherri. a 

Mahdbalipiir Pagodas. 

Covelong. 

Madras, abc 

Pulicat. 

Armeghon. 

Nellore. 

Kottapatam. 

Nizampatam. 

Kistna R. 

Divi Pt. 

Masulipatam. a c 

Narsapur. 

Yanaon. 

Godavari R. 

Coringa B. 

Hope I. 



ANHD 

ANHF 

ANHG 

ANHI 

ANHJ 

ANHK 

ANHM 

ANHO 

ANHP 

ANHR 

ANHS 

ANHT 

ANHV 

ANHW 

ANHX 

ANHZ 

ANIB 

ANIC 

ANID 

ANIP 

ANIG 

ANIH 

ANIJ 

ANIK 

ANIM 



ANIO Bengal B. 



ANIP 

ANIR 

ANIS 

ANIT 

ANIU 

ANIV 

ANIW 

ANIX 

ANIZ 

ANJB 

ANJC 

ANTE 

ANJF 

ANJG 

ANJH 

ANJI 

ANJK 

ANJL 

ANJO 

ANJP 

ANJQ 

ANJS 

ANJT 

ANJU 

ANJW 

ANJX 

ANJY 

ANKB 

ANKC 

ANKD 

ANKF 

ANKG 

ANKH 

ANKJ 

ANKL 

ANKM 

ANKP 

ANKQ 

ANKR 

ANKT 

ANKU 



Cocanada. c 
Vakalpudi. ac 
Vizagapatam. ac 
Bimlipatam. ac 
Santapilli. 
Kalingapatam. a 
Pdndi. a 

Baruva (iBarwa). a 
Sonapur. a 
Gopalpur. ac 
Berhampur. 
Ganjim. 
Rambha. 
Chilka Lake. 
Puri. a c 
Devi R. 
Mahanadi R. 
Cuttack. 
False Pt. c e 
False B. 
Palmyras Pt. 
Dhamra R. 
Shorttl. 
Chandbali. ac 



Pilots Ridge Lt. V. 
Hligli, or, Hoogly R. 
Eastern Ch. Lt. V. 
Intermediate Lt. V. 
Lower Caspar Lt. V. 
Upper Caspar Lt. V. 
Long Sand Lt. V. 
Saugor. ce 

Cowcolli, or, Kaukhali. 
Mud Pt. ce 
Kalpi Anchorage. 
Diamond Hr. c e 
Hdgli Pt. e 
Garden Reach. 
Kidderpur Wet Docks. 
Calcutta. 6 
Sibpur. c 
Howrah. 
Kidderpur. 6 c 
Chandemagore,. 
The Sundarbans. 
Mutlah Lt. V. 
P. Canning 
HaringhAta R. 
Morellganj. 
BarisAI. 
Ganges R. 
TetuUa R. 
Brahmaputra R. 
Meghna R. 
Narainganj. 
Dacca. 
Chittagong. 
Karnafuli R. a 
Jiildia Hill, c 
Sudder-ghat. c 
Kutabdia 1. 
Maskhal I. 
Cox BazAr. 
Elephant Pt. 
Naaf R. 



ANKV 
ANKX 

ANKY 

ANKZ 

ANLC 

ANLD 

ANLE 

ANLG 

ANLH 

ANLI 

ANLK 

ANLM 

ANLO 

ANLQ 

ANLR 

ANLS 

ANLU 

ANLV 

ANLW 

ANLX 

ANLY 

ANLZ 

ANMB 

ANMD 

ANME 

ANMF 

ANMH 

ANMI 

ANMJ 

ANML 

ANMO 

ANMP 

ANMR 

ANMS 

ANMT 
ANMV 
ANMW 
ANMX 

ANMY 
ANOB 
ANOC 
ANOD 

ANOF 

ANOG 

ANOH 

ANOJ 

ANOK 

ANOL 

ANOP 

ANOQ 

ANOR 

ANOT 

ANOU 

ANOV 

ANOX 

ANOY 

ANOZ 

ANPC 

ANPD 

ANPE 

ANPG 

ANPH 

ANPI 

ANPK 

ANPL 



Mayu R. 
Oyster I. 

Burma. 
Akyab. c 
Arakan R. 
Fakir Pt. a 
Combermere B. 
Kyauk Pyu Hr. 
Southampton Road. 
The Tembles. 
Ramree Hr. 
Chediiba Str. 
Sandoway. 
Khwa, or, Gwa. 
C. Negrais.. 
Pegu. 
Bassein R. 
Diamond 1. ce 
Alguada Reef. 
Irrawady R. 
Barragua Lt. V. 
Krishna Lt. V. 
China Baklr. 
Rangoon. 6 c/ 
Spit Lt. V. 
Elephant Pt. e 
Eastern Grove Lt. 
Henzada. 
Prome. 
Thayetmyo. 
Ava. 

Mandalay. 
Bhamo. 
Yunan. 

Andaman Is. 
Table I. 
P.Blair./ 
P. Campbell. 

NiCOBAR Is. 
Kar Nicobar. 
Nankauri Hr. 
Kamorta. 

Martaban G. 

Sittang. 

Moulmein. 

Amherst, b ce 

Pagata. 

Salween R. 

Tong Aing. 

Double I. 

Y6. 

Tavoy. 

Beef I. (Gogaligyun). 

N-wa la bo (The Cone). 

Mergui. 

Tenasserim. 

Morrison B. 

Hastings Hr. 

Benong. 

Kra. 

Pakchan R. 

Malay Peninsula. 
Kopah Inlet. 
Taukopah. 
Klong Bagatae. 



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SIAM. 



CHINA. 



ANPM 
ANPR 

ANPS 

ANPU 

ANPV 

ANPW 

ANPY 

ANPZ 

ANQB 

ANQD 

ANQE 

ANQF 

ANQH 

ANQI 

ANQJ 

ANQL 

ANQM 

ANQO 

ANQR 

ANQS 

ANQT 

ANQV 

ANQX 

ANQZ 

ANRB 

ANRC 

ANRE 

ANRF 

ANRG 

ANRH 

ANRJ 

ANRK 

ANRL 

ANRO 

ANRP 

ANRQ 

ANRS 

ANRT 

ANRU 

ANRV 

ANRX 

ANRY 

ANRZ 

ANSC 

ANSD 

ANSE 

ANSG 

ANSH 

ANSI 

ANSK 

ANSL 

ANSM 

ANSP 

ANSQ 

ANSR 

ANSI! 

ANSV 

ANSW 

AN'SY 

ANSZ 

ANTE 

ANTD 

ANTE 

ANTE 

ANTH 

ANTI 

ANTJ 

ANTL 

ANTQ 

ANTR 



Salang I, or, Junkseylon, 

Khelong B. 

Tongka. 

Puket Hr. 

Tharda Hr. 

Kaeom R. 

Panga R. 

Malakka Str. 

Tarang. 

Butang Group. 

Lamgkawi I. 

Pulo Lada. 

Bass Hr. 

Kedat R. 

Muda R. 

Penang. e 

Government Hill, a 

Georgetown. 

Muka Hd. a 

Fort Pt. 

Province Wellesley. 

P. Weld, or, Sapetang. 

Ldrut R. 

Thaipeng. 

Pulo Pangkor. 

Binding R. 

Pulo Katak. 

Perak R. 

Telok Anson. 

Durian Sabatang. 

Kwala Kangsa. 

Bernam R. 

SeMngor R. 

Pulo Angsa. 

One Fathom Bank Lt. V. 

Klang. 

P. Swettenham. 

Kwala Lumpor. 

Langat R. 

Jugru R. 

Arang Arang Anchorage. 

C. Rachado. 

Lingi R. 

Malakka. e 

St. Paul Hill. 

Muar, or, Moar R. 

Tanjong Panchur. 

Pulo Undan. 

Formosa Mt. 

Pulo Pisang 

Tanjong Bulus. 

SiNGAPOKB. 

Pulo Brani. 5 

Sultan Shoal Lt. 

Raffles Lt. 

F. Canning. 6 e 

Singapore New Hr. 

Mt. Faber. e 

Johore R. 

Horsburgh Lt. 

Pedra Branca Lt. 

Old Strait of Singapore. 

New Joh6r. 

Sibu Is. 

Blair Hr. 

Endau R. 

Pahang R. 

Pakan. 

Kuantan R. 

Tringano. 



ANTS 


Redang Is. 


ANXJ 


ANTU 


Kalantan. 


ANXK 


ANTV 


Singora. 


ANXL 


ANTW 


Lakon. 


ANXO 


ANTY 


Bandon. 


ANXJP 


ANTZ 


Meuangpran. 
Faichaburi. 


AWXQ 


ANtJB 


ANXS 


ANUD 


Maikulaung. 


ANXT 


ANUE 


Ratburi. 


ANXU 


ANUF 


Kanburi. 


ANXV 


ANTJG 


Tachin R. 


ANXW 


ANPI 


SlAM. 


ANXZ 


ANUJ 


Bangkok./ 


ANYC 


ANUK 


Bangkok *R. Lt. V. 


ANYD 


ANUL 


Bang pa Kong R. 


ANYE 


ANUM 


0. Liant. 


ANYG 


ANUO 


Chuem I. 


ANYH 


ANUP 


Chentabun R. 


ANYI 


ANUQ 


Chang I . , or, Koh Chang. 


ANYJ 


ANUR 


Tung Yai R. 


ANYK 


ANUT 


Soton. 


ANYL 


ANUV 


Sala. 


ANYM 


ANUW 


Kampong Ton R. 


ANYP 


ANUY 


Hatien. 


ANYQ 


ANUZ 


Kankao R. 


ANYR 


ANVD 


Cambodia, or, Kamao Pt. 


ANYT 


ANVE 


Mitho. 


ANYU 


ANVF 


Angiang. 
Oudon. 


ANYV 


ANVH 


ANYX 


ANVI 


Pulo Condore. 


ANYZ 
ANZB 


ANVJ 


Cochin CmNA. 


ANZD 


ANVL 


Saigon. 6 c 


ANZE 


ANVM 


Haonbaikan I. 


ANZF 


ANVO 


Bienhoa. 


ANZH 


ANVQ 


C. St. James, a c 


ANZI 


ANVR 


Kangio Bank. 


ANZJ 


ANVS 


Fuokbinkiang Lt. 


ANZL 


ANVT 


Pulo Sapatu. 


ANZM 


ANVU 


Pulo Ceicer de Mer. 


ANZO 
ANZQ 


ANVW 


An AM. 


ANZR 


ANVX 


Ke^ Pt. 

C. Padaran. a c 


ANZS 


ANVY 


ANZU 


ANVZ 


FanrangB. 


ANZV 


ANWB 


Kamra,nh B. 


ANZW 


ANWC 


Hon Kobe P. 


ANZY 


ANWE 


C. Varella. 


AOBC 


ANWF 


Fuyen Hr. 


AOBD 


ANWG 


Vungchao. 


AOBE 


ANWI 


Kinhon, or, Thinai Hr. 


AOBF 


ANWJ 


Kikik B. (Vungkuit). 


AOBG 


ANWK 


Tourane. c 


AOBH 


ANWM 


Hue. 


AOBI 


ANWO 


Tonkin G. 


AOBJ 


ANWP 


Hatinh. 


AOBK 


ANWR 


Songhoi, or, Kuahoi R. 


AOBM 


ANWS 


Songka R. 


AOBN 


ANWT 


Nam Dinh. 


AOBP 


ANWV 


Hanoi. 


AOBR 


ANWX 


Bacht Ninh. 




ANWY 


Kua Kam R. 


AOBS 


ANXB 


Hon Dau I. 


AOBT 


ANXC 


Haifong. abc 


AOBV 


ANXD 


Norway Is. 


AOBW 


ANXF 


Ha Long B. 
Paracells. 


AOBX 


ANXG 


AOBZ 


ANXH 


Piatas I. 


AOCB 


ANXI 


Macclesfield Bank. 


AOCD 



China. 

Pakhoi. 

Hainan. 

Kienchu fu. 

Hoihau B. 

Hausui B. 

Yulinkau B. 

C. Bastion. 

Leichau. 

Kwangchauwan. 

Tihenpien, or, Tienpak 

Hr. 
Huilin^an Hr. 
Namo Hr. 
St. John I. 
Ladrone Is. 
Macao. 
F. Guia. 
Canton, c 

Canton R. (Chukiai^). 
Whampoa. 
Lantau, or, Taiho I. 
Hongkong. 6 
Victoria, c 
Kaulung. b 
Aberdeen Docks. 
Lema Is. 
Gap Rock, a 
Green I. 
C. D'Aguilar./ 
C. CoUinson. 
Si Kiang, or. West R. 
Samshui. 
Wuchu fu. 
Waglan Islet. 
MirsB. 
Bias B. 
Honghai B. 
Hiediechin B. 
Kiahtsz. 
Tungao. 
Breaker Pt. 
C. Good Hope. 
Sugarloaf I. 

SWATAU. b 

Chauchu fu. 
HanR. 
Namoa I. 
Lamock Is. 
Tongsang Hr. 
Brotlxers. 
Chapel I. 
Tsingseu I. 
Taitan I. 
Amoy. 6 c 
Chinchu. 
Bodd I. 
Ockseu I. 
Hunghwa Ch. 
Turnabout I. 
Haitan Str. 

Formosa. 
Kelung Hr./ 
Syauki Pt. 
Tamsui Hr. a c 
Mengka. 
Teukcham. 
Heongsan P. 
Tyka. 



a Signifies an International Signal Station; 6 a Time Signal Station; c a Weather, Tide, or Ice Signal Station- d a Life-Ro v,r,„ «ton„r,. 

e a Lloyd's Signal Station; / a Wireless Telegraph Station. " . " a i.ue-&aving htation, 



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PE CHILE GULF. 



KOREA. 



AOCF 

AOCG 

AOCH 

AOCJ 

AOGK 

AOCL 

AOCN 

AOCP 

AOCQ 

AOCS 

AOCT 

AOCU 

AOCV 

AOCW 

AOCX 

AOCY 
AODB 
AODC 
AODE 
AODG 
AODH 
AODI 
AODK 
AODL 
AODM 
AODP 
AODQ 
AODR 
AODT 
AODU 
AODV 
AOI>X 
AODY 
AGDZ 
AOEC 
AGED 
;AOEF 
lAOEG 

!aoeh 

lAOEI 
' AGEJ 
i AGEL 
■ AOEM 
AOEN 
AGEQ 
AGER 
AGES 
AOEU 
AGEV 
AGEW 
AGEY 
AGEZ 
AGFB 
AGFD 
AOFE 
AOFG 
AOFI 
AOFJ 
AGFK 
AGFM 
AOFN 
AGFP 
AGFR 
AGFS 
AOFT 
AOFV 
AGFW 
AGFX 
AOFZ 



Goch6. 

Lokiang. 

P. Koksi. 

Taiwan fu. 

Amping. 

Takau. 

Tangkiang, 

Saracen Hd. 

Nansha, or, South C. 

Sauo B. 

Kali wan R. 

Pescadores Is. 

Makung Hr. 

Ponghau Hr. 

Meiaco sima Is. 

MiN R. a 
Wufu. 
Tungkuen. 
Tungsha. 
Mingan Pass. 
Pagoda Anchorage, c 
Fuchau. 
Nantai I. 
Samsa Inlet. 
Tongshu I. 
Fuyan I. 
Namkwan Hr. 
Wenchau fu. 
Snipe I. 
Ngaukiang. 
Gu Kiang. 
Wenchau B. 
Sanmun B. 
Shipu Hr. 
Nimrod Sound. 
Chusan Archipelago. 
Barren Is. 
Loka I. 

Sinkeamun Hr. 
Tinghai Hr. 
Yung R. 
Chinhai. 
Ning po. 
Chapu. 
Wantaokwan. 
Hangchau B. 
Tsientangkiang. 
Yenchu. 
Steep I. 

West Volcano I. 
Bonham I. 
North Saddle I. 
Gutzlaff I. c 
Yangtse R. 
Tungsha Lt. V. 
Kiutoan Lt. V. 
Wusung. c 
Shanghai. 6 cf 
Paoushan Pt. 
Langsha,n Crossing. 
North Tree Beacon. 
Kiushan Beacon. 
Tunglotu Beacon. 
Kiangyin. 
Fishbourne I. 
Pottinger I. 
Tantu. • 
Silver I. 
Chinkiang fu. 



AOGB 

AGGC 

AGGE 

AGGF 

AGGH 

AGGI 

AGGJ 

AGGL 

AGGM 

AGGN 

AGGP 

AGGR 

AOGS 

AGGT 

AGGV 

AGGW 

AGGX 

AGGZ 

AGHB 

AGHC 

AGHD 

AOHE 

AOHG 

AGHI 

AGHJ 

AGHK 

AGHM 

AGHN 

AOHP 

AGHR 

AGHS 

AGHT 

AGHU 

AGHV 

AGHW 

AGHX 

AGHY 

AGIB 

AGIO 

AGID 

AGIE 

AGHF 

AGIG 

AGIH 

AGIJ 

AGIK 

AGIL 

AGIN 

AGIP 

AGIQ 

AGIS 

AGIT 

AGIU 

AGIW 

AGIX 

AGIY 

AGJB 

AGJC 

AGJD 

AGJF 

AGJG. 

AGJH 

AGJK 

AOJL 

AGJM 

AGJP 

AGJQ 



Kwachau. 
Sienniumiao. 
Golden I. 
Pisinchau. 
Bethune Pt. 
Tsauhia I. 
Nankin. 
Wade I. 
Taiping fu. 
Wuhu. 
Hains Pt. 
Pihmatsui. 
Kieuhien. 
Buckminster I. 
Wild Boar Reach. 
Fitzroy I. 

Taitzuchi Beacon. 

Langkiangki , or , Hen Pt . 

Nganking Reach . 

Eagle I. Beacon. 

Christmas I. 

Tungliu. 

Spencer Rock. 

Dove Pt. Beacon. 

Northeast Crossing Bn. 
Lt. V. 

Gtter Pt. 

Hukau. 

Poyang Lake. 

Wuching. 

Kiukiang. 

Wusueh. 

Liyushan. 

LowPt. 

Kichau. 

Hwamgchau. 

Hankow. 

Chungking. 

Wuchang lu. 

Singti Reach. 

Yochau fu. 

Tungting Lake. 

Ichang fu. 

Sha Sze. 

Suchau. 

YellowSea, or, Hwang 
Hai. 

Kyauchau Hr. 6 c 

Haiyang. 

Aylen B. 

Yungching. 

Shantung Promontory. 

Weihaiwci. 

Leukungtau. 

Lungmun Hr. 

Cheioo. b c 

Tengchau fu. 

Miautau Is. 

G. OP Pe chili. 

Tatsingho, or, Yellow R. 

Tiemunkwau. 

Takoho,- or, Tasanho. 

Peiho R. 

Taku. a cf 

Taku Bar Lt. V. 

Tientsin. / 

Tungchau. 

Peking. / 

Petang. 



AOJR 


Shaliutien I. 


AGJS 


Laumuho. 


AGJU 


Ninghai. 


AGJV 


Shanhainuan. 


AGJW 


Great Wall of China. 


AGJX 


Liautung Province. 


AGJY 


Kingchu fu. 
Liaoho. c 


AGKB 


AGKC 


Newchwang. c 


AGKD 


Newchwang Lt. V. 


AGKE 


Mukden. 


AGKG 


Yinkoa. 


AGKH 


P. Adams. 


AGKI 


Kinchau. 


AGKL 


Liautishan Promontory 


AGKM 


P. Arthur./ 


AGKN 


Talienwan B. 


AGKQ 


Victoria B. 


AOKR 


Yentoa B. 


AGKS 


Kwanglotau I. 


AGKU 


Blonde Is. 


AGKV 


Haiyuntau I. 


AGKW 


Thornton Haven. 


AGKY 


Bourchier Group. 


AGKZ 


Takushan. 


AGLB 


Tayangho. 


AGLD 


Yalu R. 


AOLE 


Aichiu. 


AOLF 


Korea. 


AGLG 


Chenampo (Chel tau). 


AGLH 


Wiju. 


AOLI 


Pingyang Inlet. 


AGLJ 


Sir James Hall Group. 


AGLM 


Seoul. 


AGLN 


Jinchuen, or, In chon. 


AGLP 


Sal^e R. 


AGLR 


Chemulpo, c 


AGLS 


Wonsan. 


AGLT 


Prince J6r6me G. 


AOLV 


Asan Anchorage. 


AOLW 


Marjoribanks Hr. 


AGLX 


Keum gang. 


AGLZ 


Conference Group. 


AGMB 


Gu6rin I. 


AGMC 


Kokuntau Is'. 


AGMD 


Kunsan. 


AGME 


Naju Group. 


AGMF 


Mokpo. / 


AGMG 


Yong San Gang R. 


AGMI 


Modesto I. 


AGMJ 


Mackau I. 


AGMK 


Washington G. 


AOMN 


Chindo. 


AGMP 


Chejin. 


AGMQ 


Kuper Hr. 


AGMS 


Quelpart I. 


AGMT 


Beaufort I. 


AGMU 


P. Hamilton. / 


AGMW 


Cargodo I. (Kojedo). 


AGMX 


Broughton Hr. 
Douglas Inlet. 


AGMY 


AGNB 


Masanpo. / 


AGNC 


Tsu sima. 


AGND 


Fusan. 


AGNF 


Fusan Kai. 


AGNG 


Sorio. 


AGNH 


Unkofsky B. 


AGNJ 


C. Duroch. 


AGNK 


Chaguchiendogu. 



oSienifleB an International Signal Station: 6 a Time Signal Station; c a Weather, Tide, or Ice Signal Station; d a Life-Saving Station; 
OBigmiiBB a.u i c a Lloyd's Signal Sta:tion; / a Wireless Telegraph Station. 



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Part I. 





SEA OF OKHOTSK. 


JAPAN. 




1 
AONL 


Gensan (Yuensan). 


AOSH 


Tausk B. 


AOWK 


Yobuko. 




AONP 


P. Lazaref. 


AOSJ 


Arnam R. 


AOWL 


Kariya. 




AONQ 
AONR 


Dungan R. 
P. Chestakof. 


AOSK 


Babushkin G. 


AOWM 


Hibi Ch. 




AOSL 


Ghijinsk B. 


AOWP 


Imari. 




AONS 


Song Chiu. 


AOSN 


Gighiga. 


AOWQ 


Hirado no Seto (Spex 




AONT 


Tizenko B. 


AOSP 


Penjinsk G. 




Str.). 




AONU 
AONV 


Sivutch B. 
Anna B. 


AOSQ 


Tigil R. 


AOWR 
AOWT 


Hirado. 
Goto Is. 




AONX 


Kornilof G. 


AOSZ 


Japan. 


AOWU 


Koshiki-sima. 




AONY 
AONZ 


Nadjini. 
Goshkevitcli B. 


AOTB 


HOUSHU. 


AOWV 
AOWX 


Nama ura. 

Kisakasima (Kugasima). 

Ose saki, or, C. Goto. 








AOTC 


Tsugaru Str. 


AOWY 




AOPC 


Manchuria. 


AOTE 


Omasaki sima. 


AOWZ 


Fukai. 








AOTF 


Rikuoku G. 


A03CB 


Omura. 




AOPD 


Russian Tartary. 


AOTH 


Ominato. 


AOXD 


Otawa. 




AOPE 


TumenR. (TumenTJla). 


AOTI 


Yokohama (Rikuoku G). 


AOXE 


Nagasaki, c/ 




AOPG 


Hunchun. 


AOTJ 


Nohechi. 


AOXF 


Kageno sima. 




AOPH 


Posiette B. 


AOTL 


Shiranai B. 


AOXH 


Iwo sima. 




AOPI 


Expedition B. 


AOTM 


Moura B. 


AOXI 


Pukabori. 




AOPK 


Novgorod. 


AOTN 


Azamushi. 


AOXJ 


Kuchinotsu. 




AOPL 


Pallada Road. 


AOTQ 


Aomori. c 


AOXL 


Shimabara. 




AOPM 


Trinity B. 


AOTR 


Tappi Saki (0. Tatsupi). 


AOXM 


Miike. c 




AOPQ 


Gamova B. 


AOTS 


Yonesiro Gawa. c 


AOXN 


Haya saki Ch. 




AOPR 


Slavianski B. 


AOTV 


Sakata. c 


AOXQ 


Misumi Hr. ' 




AOPS 


Amur B. 


AOTW 


Kamo. 


AOXR 


Yatsushiro. 




AOPU 


Sedimi B. 


AOTX 


Sado I. 


AOXS 


Sakitsu ura. 




AOPV 


Pestchannul Pt. 


AOTZ 


Niigata Roadstead, c 


AOXU 


Ushibuka Hr. 




AOPW 


Retchnoi I. d 


AOUB 


Fushiki. c 


AOXV 


Naga sima. 




AOPY 


C. Tokarofski. 


AOUC 


Noto Peninsula. 


AOXW 


Koshiki Is. 




AOPZ 


Vladivostok, ah cf 


AGUE 


Nanao. c 


AOXZ 


Kata ura. 




AOQB 


Golden Horn Hr. 


AOUF 


Nakai. 


AOYB 


Tomari ura. 




AOQD 


C. Galdobin. d 


AOUG 


Sudzu misaki. 


AOYO 


Kagosima. c 




AOQE 


Kazakavitch. 


AOUI 


Kanazawa. c 


AOYE 


Sata no misaki, or, C. 




AOQF 


NovikB. 


AOUJ 


Mikuni, or, Sakai. 




Chichakoff. 




AOQH 


Skrypleff I. a 
Eugenie Archipelago. 


AOUK 


Tate ishi zaki. 


AOYF 


Van Diemen Str. (Osumi 




AOQI 


AOUM 


Wakasa B. 




Str.). 




AOQJ 


Peter the Great B. 


AOUN 


Tsuruga B. c 


AOYG 


Linschoten Is. 




AOQL 


Onsuri B. 


AOUP 


Ohama. 


AOYI 


Riu Kiu. 




AOQM 


Askold I. a 


AOUR 


•Miyadsu. 


AOYJ 


Okinawa sima. 




AOQN 


Strelok B. 


AOUS 


Oki sima. 


AOYK 


Kerama Group. 




AOQB 


Putiatin I. 


AOUT 


Saigo Hr. 


AOYL 


Me Sima Group. 




AOQS 


America B. 


AOUW 


Tsuno sima. 


AOYM 


Aburatsu Hr. 




AOQT 


Povorotny Pt. 


AOLX 


Miho B. 


AOYN 


Osima. d 




AOQV 


OlgaB. 


AOUY 


Hamada. 


AOYP 


P. Inokushi. 




AOQW 


St. Vladimir B. 


AOVB 


P. Susa. 


AOYR 


P. Yonodzu. 




AOQX 


G. OP TartaIry. 


Aove 


Hagi. 


AOYS 


Saiki. 




AOQZ 


Pestchanii Pt. 


AOVD 


Sen Zaki uchi. 


AOYT 


Bungo Ch. 




AORB 


Barracouta Hr. (Impe- 


AOVF 


Ouro Anchorage. 


AOYV 


Tsukumi. 






rial Hr). 


AOVG 


Aburatani B. 


AOYW 


Usuki. 




AORC 


Menschikofl Pt. 


AOVH 


Slro simas. 


AOYX 


Sagano seki. 




AORE 


Castries B. d 


AOVJ 


Rokuren I. 


AOZB 


Oita. 




AORF 


Alexandrovski. 


AOVK 


Mutsure. c 


AOZC 


Beppu. 




AORG 


Amur R. 


AOVL 


Shirasu. 


AOZD 


Hi]i. 




AORI 


North Ch. 


AOVN 


Kosedo Str. 








AORJ 


Nikolaevsk. 


AOVP 


Shimonoseki. c 


AOZF 


Seto Uchi, or, Inland 




AORK 


Sakhalin I. (Karafuto). 


AOVQ 


Hiku sima. 




Sea. 




AORM 


Jonquifere C. a 






AOZG 


Hime sima. 




AORN 


Dui. 


AOVS 


KlUSHU. 


AOZH 


Nakatsu. 




AORP 


Kosounai. 


AOVT 


Moji. 


AOZJ 


Isaki. 




AORS 


Mauka Cove. 


AOVU 


Shimonoseki Str. 


AOZK 


Suwo nada. 




AORT 


C. Notoro. a 


AOVX 


Hayatomo Str. 


AOZL 


Mitaziri. 




AORU 


La P&ouse Str. 


AOVY 


Daxri. 


AOZN 


Tokuyarna. 
Kasado sima. 




AORW 


Korsakovsk. 


AOVZ 


Kokura. 


AOZP 




AORX 


C. Elizabeth. 


AOWC 


Wakamatsu. c 


AOZQ 


lyo nada. 




AORY 


Shantarski Is. 


AOWD 


Fukuoka. c 


AOZS 


Osima (Seto Uchi). 




AOSB 


Tougourski G. 
Udski B. 


AOWE 


Hakata. 


AOZT 


Misima nada. 




AOSC 


AOWG 


Iki sima. 


AOZU 


Hirosima. c 




AOSD 


P. Aian. 


AOWH 


Yebosi I. 


AOZW 


Sima. 




AOSF 


Siberia. 


AOWI 


Karatsu. 


AOZX 


Mitzura. 




AOSG 


Okhotsk. 


AOWJ 


Taka sima. 


AOZY 


Miwara. 



a Signifies an International Signal Station; & a Time Signal Station; c a Weather, Tide, or Ice Signal Station; d a Life-Saving Station; 

e a Lloyd's Signal Station; /a Wireless Telegraph Station. 



Part I. 



GEOGRAPHICAL SIGNALS — PLACES GEOGRAPHICALLY ARRANGED. 



119 



JAPAN. 



BERING SEA. 



APBD 

APBE 

APBF 

APBH 

APBI 

iAPBJ 

APBL 

APBM 

APBN 

APBQ 

APBR 

;APBS 

iAPBU 

iAPBV 

■APBW 

APBY 

;apbz 

APCB 
APCE 
APCF 

APCG 

APCI 

APCJ 

APCK 

APCM 

APCN 

,APCO 

APCR 

APCS 

APCT 

APCV 

APCW 

APCX 

APCZ 

APDB 

APDC 

APDF 

APDG 

APDH 

APDJ 

APDK 

APDL 

APDN 

APDO 

APDQ 

APDS 

APDT 

APDW 

APDX 

APDY 

APEB 

APEC 

APED 

APEG 

APEH 

APEX 

APEK 

APEL 

APEM 

APEO 

APEQ 

APER 

APET 

APEU 

APEV 

APEX 



Onomichi no seto. c 

Mekari seto. 

Tomo. 

Fukuyama. (Honshu.) 

Okayama. 

Katakami. 

Sakoshi B. 

Oo-Ura B. 

Akashi. 

Wada no misaki. 

Kobe. 6 c 

Hiogo. 

Kawatsi. 



Kizu gawa. 



Tomago sima. 
Isumi Str. 
Hachken R. 
Wakayana. c d 

Shikoku. 
P. Ikata. 
P. Amai. 
Yawatahama Hr. 
P. Shitama. 
Okuchi B. 
P. Yoshida. 
Uwajuiia. 
Kure.6 
Susaki.c 
Riudsu saki. 
Urado Hr.c 
Kochi. 
Moroto Saki. 
Kamata saki. 
I shima. 
Tachibana ura. 
Naka shima gawa. 
Komatsushima 

chorage. 
Tokii shima. 
Nam to : 
Awaji sima. 
Fuk ura. 
Yura Hr. 
Tsuda B. 
Takamatsu.c 
Nabe sima. 

Sakaide. 
Marugame. 
Bingo Nada. 
Imabari. 
Matsuyama. 
Mitsuga hama.c 
Tsuru sima. 



An- 



Kii Ch. 
Hino misaki. 
Tanabe. ^ 

Siwo misaki. 
Kusimoto.d 
Oo sima. 
Kashi no saki. ( 
Ura Kami Hr. 
Taize Ura. 
Singo.c 
KadaB. 



APEY 

APEZ 

APFC 

APFD 

APFE 

APFH 

APFI 

APFJ 

APFL 

APFM 

APFN 

APFQ 

APFR 

APFS 

APFU 

APFV 

APFW 

APFY 

APFZ 

APGB 

APGD 

APGE 

APGF 

APGI 

APGJ 

APGK 

APGM 

APGN 

APGO 

APGR 

APGS 

APGT 

APGV 

APGW 

APGX 

APGZ 

APHB 

APHC 

APHE 

APHF 

APHG 

APHJ 

APHK 

APHL 

APHN 

APHO 

APHQ 

APHS 

APHT 

APHU 

APHW 

APHX 

APHY 

APIB 

APIC 

APID 

APIF 

APIG 

APIH 

APIK 

APIL 

APIM 

APIO 

APIQ 

APIR 

APIT 

APIU 

APIV 

APIX 

APIY 



Owasi. 

Mura Hr. 

Goza Hr. 

Matoya. 

Toba. 

Suga sima. 

OwARA B. (IsE Sea). 

Owari. 

Yamada. 

Okuchi B. 

Tsu. 

Yokka ichi.c 

Kuwana. 

Nagoya. 

Atsuta.c 

Chita. 

Taketoyo.c 

Handa. 

Mikawa. 

Toyohaahi. 

Oyama. 

Hamamatsu. 

Kakesuka minato.c 

Omai saki. 

Suruga G. 

Shizuoka. 

Shimidzu Hr.c 

Mumadsu. 

Yeno ura. 

Heda Hr. 

Arari. 

TagoB. 

Iro saki. 

Mikomoto, or, Rock I. 

Simoda. 

Sagami ura. 

Atami. 

Odawara. 

KotawaB. 

Joka sima. 

Teurugi saki. 

Kaneda B. 

Uraga Ch. 

Kanonsaki. 

Yokosuka.c 

Susaki. 

Nigisi. 

Honmoku Lt. V. 

Yokohama. 6 c 

Takasimacho. 



Kawa saki. 
Haneda. 
Shinagawa.c 
Tokyo. 
Tsukiji. 
Tone gawa. 
Funabaflhi. 
Chiba. 
Iwaga saki. 
Kisaradzu. 
Futsu saki. 
Tate yama. 
No sima saki. 
Dzunan Is. 
Fusi yama. 
Inuboye saki.c 
Naka Hr. 
Sendai B. 
Matsu shima. 



APIZ 
APJD 
APJE 
APJG 

APJH 

APJI 

APJL 

APJM 

APJN 

APJQ 

APJR 

APJS 

APJU 

APJV 

APJW 

APJY 

APJZ 

APKB 

APKD 

APKE 

APKF 

APKH 

APKI 

APKJ 

APKM 

APKN 

APKO 

APKR 

APRS 

APKT 

APKU 

APKV 

APKW 

APKX 

APKZ 

APLB 

APLC 

APLE 

APLF 

APLG 

APLH 

APLI 

APLJ 

APLK 

APLN 

APLO 

APLQ 

APLS 

APLT 

APLU 

APLW 

APLX 

APLY 

APMB 

APMC 

APMD 

APMF 

APMG 

APMH 

APMJ 

APMK 

APML 

APMQ 

APMR 

APMT 



Shiogama. 
Tona Canal. 
Ishi no maki.c d 
Kinkuwasan, or, Yama- 

dori Ch. 
Onagawa. ! 

Okatsu. 
C)ppaB. 
Kita kami R. 
Shidzukawa. 
Koidzumi. 
Kesennuma. 
HirotaB. 
Imaidzumi gawa. 
Ofunato B. 
Kamaishi. 
Riyoishi. 
Odzuchi. . 
Funakoshi. 
Kuji B. 
Yamada. 
Miyako. 
Shiriya saki. 
Ohata. 

HOKUSHU. 

Fukuyama, or, , Matsu- 
mai. (Hokushu.) 

Sirakami saki. 

Fuku shima. c 

Kattoji saki. 

Hakodate. 6 c 

Anama saki spit Lt. V. 

Shiokubi mi saki. 

Yesan Saki.c 

Volcano B. 

Mori.c 

Sinmororan, or, Ender- 
mo Hr.c 

Saru. 

Sutsini. 

Urakawa. 

Yerimo saki. 

Sirunoki. - 

Kushiro. 

Keramot Saki. 

Akishi. 

Hamanaka. 

Otchisi saki, or, C. Usu. 

Noshapp Saki. 

Nemoro Anchorage.c 

Natske B. 

Kinashiri. 

Kuril Is. 

Shakotan Hr. 

Matsugahama B. 

Anama Hr. 

Yetorup I. 

Hitokatpu B. 

Naibo Hr. 

Urup I. 

Soya saki. 

C. Nossyab. 

Refunsiri I. 

Risiri I. 

Mashike, or, Maski.c 

Ishikari R. 

Oterranai.c 

Maloyama. 



„SignifiesanInterna«o.a,Signa,Sta«o..aT^r^^St^io^^^ 



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Part I. 



SUMATRA. 



JAVA. 



BORNEO. 



APMU 

APMV 
APMX 

APMY 
APMZ 
APND 

APNE 

APNG 

APNH 

APNI 

APNK 

APNL 

APNM 

APNQ 

APNR 

APNS 

APNU 

APNV 

APNW 

APNY 

APNZ 

APOB 

APOD 

APOB 

APOF 

APOH 

APOI 

APOJ 

APOL 

APOM 

APON 

APOR 

APOS 

APOT 

APOV 

APOW 

APOX 

APOZ 

APQB 

APQC 
APQE 
APQF 
APQG 

APQI 
APQJ 

APQK 
APQM 
APQN 
APQO 
APQR 
APQS 

APQT 
APQU 
APQW 
APQX 
APQY 
APRB 
APRC 
APRD 
APRE 
APRF 



Kamoi saki, or, C. No- 

vosilzov. 
Sim unku (I wani B.).c 
Behkei misaki (Sutt 

B.).c 
Okusiri. 
Yesashi.c 
C. Sirakami. 



Kamchatka. 

C. Lopatka (Kapury). 

AvatchaB. 

Dalni Pt. 

Petropavlovsk. 

Ukinsk B. 

Komandorski Is. 

Bering- 1. 

Medm, or, Copper I. 

Karaga Hr. 

Karagineki I. 

Baron Korfa G., or, 
Kultuznay B. 

Bering Sea. 

Lavrova Hr. 

Oliutorski C. 

Natalie B. 

0. Navarin. 

Anadyr R. 

Klinkowstroem B. 

Kresta G. 

Providence B. 

Emma Hr. 

St. Lawrence I. 

Bering Str. 

Mechigme B . 

Lutke Hr. 

EastC. 

C. Serdze Kamen. 

Wrangell I. 

Kolyma R. 

Indigirka R. 

lana R. 

Liakhov, or. New Si- 
beria Is. 

Kotelnoi I. 

Lena R. 

Oleneka R. 

Hatanga R. 

Sumatra. 

Acheh Hd., or, Acheen 
Hd. 

Pulo Brae. 

Kota Raja. 

OlehlehB. 

Pulo Bum. 

Sabang B.e 

Jambu Ayer, or. Dia- 
mond Pt. 

Edie Rajut R. 

Langksa R. 

Langkat R. 

Medan. 

Deli River Lt. V. 

Batu Bara. 

Lidung B. 

Sungi Rokan. 

Pulo Jarak. 

Brewer Str. 



APRG 

APRH 

APRJ 

APRK 

APRL 

APRN 

APRO 

APiRQ 

APRT 

APRU 

APRV 

APRX 

APRY 

APRZ 

APSB 

APSC 

APSD 

APSE 

APSG 

APSH 

APSI 

APSJ 

APSK 

APSL 

APSM 

APSO 

APSQ 

APSR 

APSU 

APSV 

APSW 

APSY 

APSZ 

APTB 

APTD 

APTE 

APTF 

APTG 

APTH 

APTI 

APTJ 

APTL 

APTM 

APTN 

APTQ 

APTR 

APTS 

APTV 

APTW 

APTX 

APTZ 

APUC 

APUD 

APUF 

APUG 

APUH 

APUI 

APUJ 

APUK 

APUL 

APUN 

APUQ 
APUR 

APUS 

APUT 

APUV 

APUW 

APUX 



Siak. 

Durian Str. 

Pulo Batara. 

Rhio Str. 

Linga. 

Little Karas I. 

Terkolei I. 

Pulo Sau. 

Indragirie R. 

Jambie B. 

Berhala Str. 

Sungi Banj.u Asing. 

Sungi Sungsang, or, 

Palembang R. 
Banka. 
Muntok. 
Marawang Road. 
Pulo Dapur. 
Gaspar Str. 
Pulo Mendanao. 
Langwas 1. 

Belitung, or, Billiton I. 
Pulo Leat. 
North Watcher Lt. 
Masuji R. 
Tulang Bawang R. 
Saputi R. 
SuNDA Strait. 
Telok Betung. 
Ratal. 
Pundu. 
Lagundi Str. 
Semangka B. 
Flat 0. 
Belimbing. 
Pulo Pisang Hr. 
Kro6. 
Kawur. 

Pulo Tikus (Rat I.). 
Benkulen. 
Mentawi Is. 
Vekens B . 
Hurlock B. 
Katorei B. 
TruBsan B. 
Bunga B. 

Pulo Katang Katang. 
Padang.a 
Priaman. 
Tiko. 

Coros, or. Keeling Is. 
Ayer Bangles. 
Natal. 
Batu Is. 
Pulo Nias. 
Baros. 
Tapanuli B. 
Siboga. 
Singkel. 
Melabu B. 
Rigas. 
Christmas I. 

Java. 

First Pt. 

Fourth Pt. (Anier).« 

Old Anjer. 

New Anjer. 

St. Nicolas Pt. 

Bantam. 



APUZ 
APVB 
APVC 
AP¥E. 
APVF 
APVG 
APVJ 

APVK 

APVM 

APVN 

APVO 

APVR 

APVS 

APVT 

APVW 

APVX 

APVY 

APWB 

APWC 

APWD 

APWF 

APWG 

APWH 

APWJ 

APWK 

APWL 
APWN 
APWO 
APWQ 

APWS 

APWT 
APWU 
APWX 
APWY 
APWZ 
APXC 
APXD 

APXF 

APXH 

APXI 

APXJ 

APXL 

APXM 

APXN 

APXQ 

APXR 

APXS 

APXU 

APXV 

APXW 

APXZ 

APYB 

APYC 

APYE 

APYF 

APYG 

APYI 

APYJ 

APYK 

APYM 

APYN 

APYO 

APYR 

APYS 

APYT 

APYV 



Babi I. 

Payung I. 

Edam I. 

Batayia.c/ 

Tanjong Priok.6 

Buitenzorg. 

Boompjes I., or, Menja- 

wak. 
Inderamayu Pt. 
Cheribon./ 
Tegal. 
Pekalongan. 
Samarang. 
Krimon Java Is. 
Katang Islet. > 
Japara Islet. 
Mandahke I. 
Juana. 
Rembang. 
Tuban. 
C. Piring. 
Madura 1. 
Sapudi. 
Geresik. 
Surabaya. 6 c 
Zwaantjies Drooghte, 

or, Koko Reef Lt. 
Pasuruan. 
Probolingo. 
Beeuki. 
Panamkan. 
Karang Mae, or, Mein- 

derts Reef. 
Duiven 1., or, Tabuan. 
Bansering. 
Banjuwangi.a 
Segoro Wedi B. 
Chilachap Inlet. 
Chitando Inlet. 
Zand, or, Chiletu B. 

Borneo. 
Sambar Pt. 
Pawan R. 
Carimata Str. 
Panjang I. (Borneo). 
Great Kapuas R. 
Pontianak. 
Sambas R. 
Palo R. 
Tambelan Is. 
Anamba Is. 
Natuna Is. 
Tanjong Datu. 
Sardwak. 

Moratabas Entrance. 
Lupar R. 
Rajang R. 
C. Sirik. 
Bruit R. 
Ballang R. 
Kidorong Pt. 
Barram R. 
Muara I. 
Brunei. 
Lab u AN. 
Victoria Hr. , 
Kimdnis B. 
Gaya B. 
Sapangar B. 



a Signifies an International SignalStation; 6 a Time Signal Station; c a Weather, Tide, or Ice Signal Station; da LIfe-Saving Station- 

c a Lloyd's Signal Station; /a Wireless Telegraph Station. 



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121 



PHILIPPINES. 



CELEBES. 



APYW 

APYX 

APZB 

APZC 

APZD 

APZE 

APZF 

APZG 

APZH 
APZJ 

apzk 

APZL 

APZN 

APZO 

APZQ 

APZS 

APZT 

APZU 

APZW 

APZX 

APZY 

AQBD 

AQBE 

AQBF 

AQBH 

AQBI 

AQBJ 

AQBL 

AQBM 

AQBlSr 

AQBP 

AQBR 

AQBS 

AQBTJ 

AQBT 

ABQX 

AQBY 

AQBZ 

AQCD 

AQCE 

AQCF 

AQCH 

AQCI 

AQCJ 

AQCL 

AQCM 

AQCN 

AQCP 

AQCR 

AQCS 

AQCU 

AQGV 

AQCW 

AQCY 

AQCZ 

AQDB 

AQDE 

AQDF 

AQDG 

AQDJ 

AQDK 

AQDL 

AQDN. 

AQDO 

AQDS 

AQDT 

AQDU 



Ambong. 
KudatS. 
Majudu B . 
Kina Balu. 
Banguey I. 
; Mitford Hr. 
Mallawall6 I. 
Balambdngan I. 

Balabac I. 
Marchesa B. 
Sugut R. 
Labuk R. 
Kalagaan R. 
Sandakan Hr. 
Elopura. 

Kinabatangan R. 
Dent Haven. 
Darvel B. 
Silam Hr. 
Sibutu I. 
Sibuko B 
Sesajab R. 
Mahakan R. 
Pasir. 

Kelumpang B. 
Pulo Laut. 
Kota Baharu. 
C. Selatan. 
Barito R. 
Banjermasin. 
Sampit. 
Pambuang. 
Kumai R. 
Kotawaringin R. 
Jelai R. 

Philippine Is. 
G. Melville. 
Calandorang B. 
Palawan I. 
P. Barton. 
Malampaya Sound. 
Bakit B. 
Talindak. 
Taitai B. 
Dumaran I. 
P. Royalist. 
Calamianes Group. 
Culion I. 
Busuanga. 

MiNDORO. 

lUnl. 

Mangarim. 
Sablayan. 
Paluan Bay. 
Calapan. 
Polak. 
Lubang I. 
P. Tilig. 
Cabra I. 
Luzon I. 
C. Santiago. 
Reetinga Pt. 
Corregidor I. 
Cabjallo I. 
Cavite. 6/ 
Manila. 6 c 
Paeig R. 



AQDW 

AQDX 

AQDY 

AQEB 

AQEC 

AQED 

AQEG 

AQEH 

AQEI 

AQEK 

AQEL 

AQEM 

AQEO 

AQEP 

AQER 

AQET 

AQEU 

AQEV 

AQEX 

AQEY 

AQEZ 

AQFC 

AQFD 

AQFE 

AQFG 

AQFH 

AQFl 

AQFK 

AQFL 

AQFM 

AQFO 

AQFP 

AQFR 

AQFT 

AQFU 

AQPV 

AQFX 

AQFY 

AQPZ 

AQGC 

AQGD 

AQGE 

AQGF 

AQGI 

AQGK 

AQGL 

AQGM 

AQGO 

AQGP 

AQGR 

AQGT 

AQGU 

AQGV 

AQGX 

AQGY 

AQGZ 

AQHC 

AQHD 

AQHE 

AQHG 

AQHl 

AQHJ 

AQHK 

AQHL 

AQHM 

AQHO 

AQHP 

AQHR 

AQHT 



P. Mariveles. 

P. 01ongap6. 

Subig P. 

Capones Pt. 

Pampanga. 

Iba. 

Zambales Province. 

Masinglok P. 

Santa Cruz. 

DazolB. 

Bolinao. 

Piedra Pt. 

Sual. 

Lingayen. 

Ilocos (St. T li o m a s 
Peak). 

San Fernando Pt. 

Vigan. 

Salomague P. 

C. Bojeador. c 

Rio Grande de Cagayan. 

Aparri. 

Nueva Ecija. 

C. Engafio. 

P. St. Vineente. 

Babuyan Is. 

Camiguin I. 

Batan Is. 

Bashi Is. 

P. Lampon. 

Gumaka. 

Calagua. 

Capalonga. 

Mambnlao P. 

San Migu«l B. 

Nueva Garceres. 

Sisiran P. 

Catanduanes I. 

Tobako B. 

Albay. 

Poliki B. 

San Bernardino Str. 

Bulusan. 

Magnok B. 

Tikao. 

Sorsogon. 

Donsol. 

Pasakao Anchorage. 
Bum AS I. 

Ragai G. 

Marinduque I. 

Buac. 

P. Laguinmanoc. 

Pagbilao B. 

Tayabas R. 

Batangae. 

Taal. 

Tablas I. 

Loog P. 

Romblon P. 

Sibuyan I. 

Magallanes. 

Masbate I. 

Arroroi. 

Mandao. 

Palanog P. 

Uson B. 

Cataingan P. 

Panay 1. 

Tilat, or, Buena Vista. 



AQHU 

AQHV 

AQHX 

AQHY 

AQHZ 

AQIC 

AQID 

AQIE 

AQIG 

AQIH 

AQIJ 

AQIL 

AQIM 

AQIN 

AQIO 

AQIP 

AQIR 

AQIS 

AQIU 

AQIV 

AQIW 

AQIY 

AQIZ 

AQJB 

AQJD 

AQJE 

AQJF 

AQJH 

AQJI 

AQJK 

AQJM 

AQJN 

AQJO 

AQJR 

AQJS 

AQJT 

AQJV 

AQJW 

AQJX 

AQJZ 

AQKO 

AQKD 

AQKE 

AQKG 

AQKH 

AQKI 

AQKL 

AQKM 

AQKN 

AQKP 

AQKR 

AQKS 

AQKU 

AQKV 

AQKW 

AQKY 

AQKZ 

AQLB 

AQLD 

AQLE 

AQLF 

AQLI 

AQLJ 

AQLK 

AQLN 

AQLO 

AQLP 

AQLS 

AQLT 

AQLU 



Pandan. 
Colasi. 
Batan P. 
Capis. 

Calabazas Isles. 
Siete Pecados. 
lloilo. 
Guimards. 
Bondulan Pt. 
Lusaran Pt. 
Nbqros I. 
Bantayan I. 
Sbbu (Zebu). 
Barili. 
Maktan I. 
Tan5n Str. 
Dumaguete. 
Argao Pt. 
Sibonga. 
Carcar. 



Bagacai Pt. 
Bohul I. 
Tagbilaran. 
Laon. 
Sikijor I. 
Leite. 
P. Bello. 
Tacloban. 
Samar. 
Calbayoc. 
Catbalogan. 
Guiuan. 
Palapa P. 
Laguan B. 
Candialu Islet. 
Dinagat I. 
P. Gab6. 
Siargao I. 
Bucas Is. 
Mindanao I. 
Dapitan B. 
Tubud Pt. 
P. Misamis. 
Butuan. 
S'urigao. 
Caraga B. 
Pujada B. 
Mati. 
P. Balete. 
Hijo. 
Davao. 
Malalag P. 
P. Lebak. 
Linao B. 
Kotarbatd. 
Palak. 
Pagadian B. 
P. Sambulauan. 
Dumankilas B. 
Zamboanga./ 

JOLO./ 

Basilan I. 
P. Isabela. 
Dalrymple Hr. 
Buol. 

Pangasinan I. 
Tapul Group. 
Siassi. 
Tawi Tawi. 



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,AQLV 
iAQLW 
iAQLX 

AQLY 

AQLZ 

AQMB 

AQMD 

AQME 

AQMF 

AQMH 

AQMI 

AQMJ 

AQML 

AQMN 

AQMO 

AQME 

AQMS 

AQMT 

iAQMU 
AQMV 
AQMW 
AQMX 

jAQMY 

Iaqmz 

iAQNB 
:AQNC 

:aqnf 

jAQNG 
,AQNH 

■AQNI 

:aqnk 

;AQNL 

AQNM 

AQNP 

AQNR 

lAQNS 

iAQNU 

.AQNV 

AQNW 

AQNX 

AQNY 

AQNZ 

AQOB 

AQOD 

AQOE 

AQOP 

AQOG 

AQOH 

AQOI 

AQOJ 

AQOL 

AQOM 

AQON 

AQOP 

AQOS 

AQOT 

AQOU 

AQOV 

AQOW 

AQOX 

AQOZ 

AQPB 

AQPC 

AQPE 

AQPF 

AQPH 



Bongao I. 
Talautae Is. 
Talauer Is. 

Celebes. 

Manado. 

Banka I. 

Kema. 

Pondang Islets. 

Gorontalo. 

Peling I. 

Bangaai Archipelago. 

Kendari B. 

Buton. 

Palopo. 

Palima. 

Boni. 

Salengketa Pt. 

Balang Nipa (Sinjai). 

Makassar Str. 

Salayar. 

Malsoro B. 

Makassar./ 

Taka Bamata (Brill 
Rk.). 

Mamuju B. 

Palos. 

Wani B. 

Dondo B. 

Bali. 

Beliling (Buleleng) 
Roadstead. 

Amok (Labuan Amok). 

Panti Bai-at (Badong B .) 

Lombok. 

Ampenan B. 

Labuan Tering B. 

Piju B. 

Alas Str. 

Sumbawa. 

Bima. 

Sapeh B. 

Pmo Tonga (Paternos- 
ter) Is. 

Sumba I. 

Nangamessi B. 

Flores. 

Solor I. 

Terang B. 

BariB. 

Sabalanga (Postillion) Is, 

Potta Road. 

Karakaiki B. 

Dondo B. 

Ombai, or, AUor. 

Kebula B. 

Timor. 

Koepang. 

Dilhi. 

Semao (Kurong). 

Rotti. 

Serwatti Is. 

Wetta I. 

Essa (Makisar). 

Letti I. 

Damma I. 

Tepa. 

Baba I. 

Timor Laut. 

Arapura Sea. 



AQPI 

AQPJ 

AQPL 

AQPM 

AQPN 

AQPR 

AQPS 

AQPT 

AQPV 

AQPW 

AQPX 

AQPZ 

AQRB 

AQRC 

AQRE 

AQRF 

AQRG 

AQRI 

AQRJ 

AQRK 

AQRM 

AQRN 

AQRO 

AQRP 

AQRS 

AQRT 

AQRU 

AQRV 

AQRW 
AQRX 
AQRY 
AQSB 

AQSD 

AQSE 

AQSF 

AQSH 

AQSI 

AQSJ 

AQSL 

AQSM 

AQSN 

AQSP 

AQSR 

AQST 

AQSV 

AQSW 

AQSX 

AQSZ 

AQTB 

AQTC 

AQTE 

AQTF 

AQTG 

AQTI 

AQTJ 

AQTK 

AQTM 

AQTN 

AQTO 

AQTR 

AQTS 

AQTU 

AQTW 

AQTX 



Arm Is. 
Wokam I. 
Dobbo. 
K6 Dulan I. 
Banda. 
Amboina. 
Ceram I.' 
Sawai Hr. 
WaruB. 

Hoya (Teluti) B. 
Elaputi B. 
Amahoi. 
Kaibobo Road. 
Piru B. 
Buru I. 
Kayeli B. 
Pitt Passage. 

GiLLOLO I. 

Maba Road. 
Weda. 
Gebi I. 

Molucca Passage. 
Bachian. 
Temate. 
Waigiu I. 
Gillolo Passage. 
Dampier Str. 

New Guinea (Papua). 

British New Guinea. 

Saiwatti. 

Segaar B. 

McCluer 

G.). 
Sekru. 



Inlet) Berau 



Frederick Henry I. 

C. Valsche, or, False C. 

Dourga Str. 

Pisang B. 

Wassi Kussa. 

Mai Kussa. 

Boigu, or, Talbot I. 

Daudai. 

Tauan. 

Saibai I. 

Pahoturi, or, Kaua R. 

Brinatauri, or, Katau R. 

G. of Papua. 

FlyR. 

Aird R. 

Lolo I. 

Hall Sound. 

P. Moresby. 

Granville. 

P. GlaMiow. 

South C. 

Samarai I. 

Louisiade Archipelago. 

Kaiser Wilhelmsland. 
Finsch Hr. 
Astrolabe B. 
Frederich Wilhelm Hr. 
Hatzfeldt Hr. 
Empress Augusta R. 
Amberno (Mamberon- 
mo) R. 



AQTY 
AQUB 

AQUC 

AQUD 
AQUF 
AQUG 
AQUH 
AQUJ 

AQUK 
AQUL 
AQUM 
AQtt) 

AQUR 

AQUS 

AQUT 

AQUW 

AQUX 

AQUY 

AQVB 

AQVC 

AQVD 

AQVF 

AQVG 

AQVH 

AQVJ 

AQVK 

AQVL 

AQVN 

AQVO 

AQVP 

AQVS 

AQVT 

AQVU 
AQVX 
AQVY 
AQVZ 
AQWC 

AQWE 

AQWF 

AQWG 

AQWI 

AQWJ 

AQWK 

AQWM 

AQWN 

AQWO 

AQWR 

AQWS 

AQWT 

AQWV 

AQWX 

AQWY 

AQXB 

AQXC 

AQXD 

AQXF 
AQXG 
AQXH 



Geelvink B. 
Dorei P. 

Bismarck Archipelago, 

New Pomerania. 
Stephansoit. 
Herbertshbh. 
Blanche B. 
Matupi I. 

New Mecklenburg. 
Meoko Hr. 
Nusa Hr. 
Kaliu. 

Pacific Ocean (Ocea- 
nia). 

Admiralty I. 

Nares Hr. 

Hermit Is. 

Caroline Is. 

Kusaie I. 

Chabrol Hr. 

Ponapi 1. 

Jamestown Hr. (Je- 
koits). 

Truk Is. 

Yap I. 

Tomil B. 

Pelew (Paloa) Is. 

Marianas. 

Guam I./ 



P. San Luis D'Apra. 
Bonin Is. (Arzobispo). 
Hillsborough I. (Baily 

Group). 
Peel I. (Chicijima) 

(Beechy Group). 
P. Lloyd. 
Marshall Is. 
Jaluit. 
Gilbert Is. 
Apaiang. 

Solomon Is. 

Buaro (San Cristoval) I. 

UgiL 

Guadalcanar I. 

Malaita I. 

Ysabel I. 

Choiseul I. 

Bougainville I. 

Santa Cruz Is. (Nitendi 

Is.). 
Vanikoro I. 

New Hebrides. 

Banks Is. 

Ureparapara I. 

Avreas B. 

P. Patteson. 

Mota I. 

Lakona B. 

Marina, or, Espiritu 

Santo I. 
Bougainville Str. 
Tan^oa. 
Mallicolo (Malekula). 



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AQXJ 

AQXK 

AQXL, 

AQXN 

AQXO 

AQXP 

AQXS 

AQXT 

AQXU 

AQXW 

AQXY 

AQXZ 

AQYC 

AQYD 

AQYE 

AQYG 

AQYH 

AQYJ 

AQYL 

AQYM 

AQYN 

AQYP 

AQYR 

AQYS 

AQYU 

AQYV 

AQYW 

AQYZ 

AQZB 

AQZC 

AQZD 

AQZF 

AQZG 

AQZH 

AQZJ 

AQZK 

AQZL 

AQZN 

AQZO 

AQZP 

AQZS 

AQZT 

AQZU 

AQZW 

AQZX 

AQZY 

ARBO 

ARBD 

ARBE 

ARBG 

ARBH 

ARBI 

ARBK 

ARBL 

ARBM 

ARBO 

ARBP 

ARBQ 
ARBT 
ARBU 
ARBV 
ARBW 
ARBX 

ARBZ 

ARCB 
ARCD 
ARCF 



P. Stanley. 

P. Sandwich. 

Epi I., cyr, Tasiko I. 

Emte, or, Sandwich I. 

Fila Hr. 

Meli Anchorage. 

Havannah, Hr. 

Eromanga. 

DHlon B. 

Polenia B. 

CookB. 

Tanna. 

Kwamera. 

Wea Sisi. 

Erronan, or, Futuna. 

Aneityum (AnnalAm). 

P. Patrick. 

New Caledonia. 

Goto p. 

PronyB. 

Sebert Cove. 

Grand P. 

Am.6d6e I. 

Bulari B. 

Noumea, c 

P. Laguerre. 

Muendu B. 

P. Burai. 

P. Mufo. 

KatavitiB. 

Chasseloup B. 

Gromen B. 

N6hou6 B. 

Tanl6 B. 

Banare B. 

Art I. 

Aue. 

Harcourt B. 

Arama. 

Bond6 R. 

Balade. 

Pouebo. 

Ubati 

Yengen. 

BaB. 

Kuaua B. 

P. Duperr6. 

Kanala B. 

Lavaissifere B. 

N6k6t6 B. 

Tchio. 

P. Bouquet. 

Kuakue B. 

P. Yate. 

Isle of Pines. 

Vac. 

Gadji. 

Loyalty Is. 
Bishop Sound. 
Tandine B. 
Norfolk l.e 
Lord Howe I. 
Kermadec Is. 

Fiji Is. 
Kandavu. 
Ngaloa Hr. 
Solo Rock. 



ARGG 

ARCH 

ARCJ 

ARCK 

ARCL 

ARCN 

ARCO 

ARCP 

ARCS 

ARCT 

ARCU 

ARCW 

ARCX 

ARCY 

ARDB 

ARDC 

ARDE 

ARDG 

ARDH 

ARDI 

ARDJ 

ARDK 

ARDL 

ARDM 

ARDO 

ARDQ 
ARCS 
ARDT 
ARDV 
ARDW 

ARDX 

ARDZ 

AREB 

AREC 

AREF 

AREG 

AREH 

AREJ 

AREK 

AREL 

AREN 

AREO 

AREP 

ARES 

ARET 

AREU 

AREW 

AREY 

AREZ 

ARFB 

ARFD 

ARFE 

ARFG 

ARFI 

ARFJ 

ARFK 

ARFM 

ARFN 

ARFO 

ARFQ 

ARFS 

ARFT 

ARFV 

ARPW 

ARFX 

ARFZ 

ARGB 



Viti Levu Lt. V. 
Suva, a 
Rewa. 
Nasilai. 
Mbau Waters. 
Levuka. 
Nandi Waters. 
Likuri Hr. 
Singatoka R. 
Rovondrau B. 
Vanua Levu. 
Savu Savu B. 
Nandi B. 
Mbua B. 
Ruku Ruku B. 
No Kinasi. 
Vicuna Hj-. 
Nateva B. 
Somo Somo Str. 
Nanuku Passage. 
WailangUala I. 
Tavium. 
Vanua Mbalavu. 
Lomaloma. 
Rotumah. 

Tonga Is. 

Tongatdbu I. 

Nukualofa. 

Nine I. 

Uea, or Wallis I. 

Samoa Is. 
Tutuila I. 
Fungasar Hr. 
Pago Pago Hr. 
Vailoa. 
Upolu I. 
Safatu Hr. 
Apia. 

Saluafata Hr. 
Falifa Hr. 
Fangaloa B. 
Savaii I. 

Union (Tokelau) Is. 
Atdfu atoll. 
Phoenix la. 
EUice Is. 
Christmas I. 

Hawaiian Is. 
Hawaii. 
Hilo. 

Mahukona. 
Kawaihae. / 
KaUua. 
Kealakekua. 
Maui I. 
Kahului Hr. 
Lahaina. / 
Kanahena Pt. 
Lanai. 
Molokai. / 
Lae o ka Laau. 
Kaunakakai. 
Oahu. 
Waialua. 
Honolulu, ah ef 
Puuloa. 
Kauai. 



ARGC 

ARGE 

ARGF 

ARGH 

ARGJ 

ARGK 

ARGL 

ARGN 
ARGO 
ARGP 

ARGQ 

ARGS 

ARGT 

ARGV 

ARGW 

ARGX 

ARGZ 

ARHB 

ARHC 

ARHE 

ARHF 

ARHG 

ARHJ 

ARHK 

ARHL 

ARHN 

ARHO 

ARHP 

ARHS 

ARHT 

ARHU 

ARHW 

ARHX 

ARHY 

ARIB 

ARIC 

ARID 

ARIE 

ARIP 

ARIG 

ARIJ 

ARIL 

ARIN 

ARIP 

ARIS 

ARIU 

ARIW 

ARIY 

ARJB 

ARID 

ARJF 

ARJH 

ARJK 

ARJO 

ARJQ 

ARJT 

ARJV 

ARJX 

ARJZ 

ARKO 

ARKG 
ARKI 
ARKL 
ARKN 



Maequesas Is. 
Hiva-Oa. 
P&igotB. 
TaahukuB. 
Nukuhiva 
Comptroller B. 
Tai-o-ha6, or, Anna Ma- 
ria B. 
P. Tai oa. 
Ua Huku I. 
Ua Pu I, 

TUAMOTU. 

Pitcaim I. 

Mangareva Is. 

Anaa atoll. 

Pakarava atoll. 

Rotoava Anchorage. 

Society Is. 

Tahiti. 

Venus Pt. 

Papiet6 Hr. 

P. Phaeton. 

Huaheine I. 

Far6 Hr. (Owharre). 

Raiatea I. 

Teavarua Hr. 

Suvaiov Is. 

Cook Is. 

Rarotonga I. 

Tubuai, or, Austral Is. 

Rapa (Oparo) I. 

Easter I. 

Australia. 

North Attstralia. 
Carpentaria G. 
Batavia R. 
Mitchell R. 
Normanton. 
Norman R. Lt. V. 
Kimberley. 
Burketown. 
Wellesley Is. 
McArthur R. 
Roper. 
Arnhem B. 
0. Wessel. 
Goyder R. 
Liverpool R. 
Van Diemen G. 
Melville I. 
Alligator R. 
Adelaide R. 
P. Daly. 
P. Darwin. 
Palmerston. 
Southport. 
Bynoe Hr. 
P. Patterson. 
P. Keats. 
Pitzmaurice R. 
Victoria R. 

West Australia. 
Cambridge G. 
OrdR. 
Wyndham.o 



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TASMANIA. 




ARKP 


Admiralty G. 


ARQG 


South Australia. 


ARWZ 


Glenelg R. 


ARKS 


P. Warrender. 


ARQI 


P. Eyre. 






ARKU 


York Sound. 


ARQK 


Fowler B 


ARXC 


Victoria. 


ARKW 


Prince Frederick Hr. 


ARQM 


Nuyts Archipelago. 


ARXE 


C. Nelson.e 


ARKY 


P. Nelson. 


ARQO 


Streaky B.rf 


ARXG 


Portland.o d 


ARLB 


St. George Basin. 


ARQS 


Blanche P. 


ARXI 


P. Fairy.o 


ARLD 


Buccaneer Archipelago. 


ARQU 


Flinders. 


ARXK 


Beliast.d 


ARLF 


King Sound. 


ARQW 


Venus Hr. 


ARXM 


Moyne R. 


ARLH 


Kimberley. 


ARQY 


P. Douglas. 


ARXO 


Warmambool.a c d 


ARLJ 


Derby.a 


ARSB 


C. Catastrophe. 


ARXQ 


P. Campbell. 


ARLK 


Roebuck B. 


: ARSD 


Spencer G. 


ARXS 


C. Otway.e 


ARLM 


Broome.a 


ARSF 


P. Lincoln.tf 


ARXU 


Appollo B. 


ARLO 


Bedout I. 


ARSG 


Neptune Is. 


ARXW 


Louttit B. 


ARLQ 


P. Walcott. 


ARSH 


Franklin Hr. 


ARXZ 


Eagle Nest Pt. 
P. Phillip. 


ARLT 


Jarman I. 


ARSI 


Middle Bank Lt. V. 


ARYC 


ARLV 


Rowley Shs. 


ARSJ 


Lowly Pt.ac 


ARYE 


Lonsdale Ft.cde 


ARLX 


Cossack.a 


ARSL 


Augusta. 


ARYG 


Shortland Bluff. 


AELZ 


Roebourne.a 


ARSN 


Germein B . 


ARYI 


Queenscliff.6 d e 


ARMC 


Dampier Archipelago. 


ARSP 


P. Pirie.e , 


ARYK 


Swan I. 


ARME 


C. Preston. 


ARST 


P. Broughton. 


ARYM 


West Rand. 


ARMG 


Shark B. 


ARSV 


Wallaroo.c 


ARYO 


Portarlington. 
Geelong.6 ' 


ARMI 


Gascoyne Road. 


ARSX 


Tipara B.a 


ARYQ 


ARMK 


Carnarvon, a 


ARSZ 


Moonta. 


ARYT' 


Hobson B. 


ARMN 


Dirk Hartog I. 


ARTC 


P. Victoria. 


ARYV 


Gellibrand Pt.a 6 


ARMP 


Murchison R. 


ARTE 


Wauraltee. 


ARYW 


Gellibrand Pt. Lt. V. 


ARMS 


Geraldine. 


ARTG 


Hardwicke B. 


ARYX 


Williamstown. 


ARMU 


P. Gregory. 


ARTI 


Corny Pt.o 


ARZB 


YarraR. 


ARMW 


Champion B. 


ARTK 


P. Turton. 


ARZD 


Melbourne. 


ARMY 


Houtman Rocks. 


ARTM 


Althorpe I. a 


ARZF 


Williamstown Docks. 


AENB 


Geraldton. a 


ARTO 


Investigator Str. 


ARZG 


St. Kilda Pier. 


ARNB 


Northampton. 


ARTQ 


P. Moorowie. 


ARZH 


P. Melbourne (Sand- 


ARNF 


P. Grey. 


ARTS 


Troubridge Shs. a c 




ridge). 


ARNH 


Leander Pt. 


ARTU 


Kangaroo I. 


ARZJ 


Mornington. 


ARNJ 


Dongara.o 


ARTW 


C. Borda.c d e 


ARZL 


Rye. 1 


ARNL 


Rottnest I.e 


ARTY 


Kingscote.d 


ARZN 


Sorrento. 


ARNO 


Garden I. 


ARUB 


C. WUloughby.c e 


ARZP 


Nepean Pt. 


ARNQ 


Swan R. 


ARUD 


G. of St. Vincent. 


ARZS 


C. Schank. e 


ARNT 


Grage Road. 


ARUF 


Edithburgh. 


ARZU 


P. Western. 


ARNV 


Wambro Sound. 


ARUH 


Macdonnell Sound. 


ARZW 


Crib Pt. a 






ARUJ 


P. Vincent. 


ARZY 


Liptrap C. 

Wilson Promontory, e 
Cliffy I. ! 
Comer Inlet. 


ARNX 

ARNZ 

AROC 

AROE 

AROG 

AROI 

AROK 

AROM 

AROP 

AROS 

AROU 

AROW 

AROY 

ARPB 

ARPD 

ARPF 

ARPH 

ARPI 

ARPJ 

ARPL 

ARPN 


FRBMANTLE.a & 

Perth. 
Guildford. 
Cockburn Sound. 
Rockingham. 
P. Kennedy. 
Mandurah. 
Koombanah B. 
Bunbiuy.o 
Lockeville. 
G&graphe B. 
Busselton.o 
Quindalup. 
C. Naturaliste.e 
Hamelin B. 
C. Leeuwin.e 
Flinders B. 
West C. Howe. 
King Geo^e Sound. 
Breaksea Le 
King Pt. 


ARUL 
ARUN 
ARUP 


P. Alfred. 
Ardrossan. 
Clinton. 


ASBC 
ASBE 
ASBG 


ARUS 
ARUV 


Wakefield. 
P. Gawler. 


ASBI 
ASBK 


Welshpool. 
Clonmel I.a 


ARUX 


Adelaide. 


ASBM 


P. Albert.a c d \ 


ARUY 

ARUZ 

ARVC 

ARVE 

ARVF 

ARVG 

ARVI 

ARVK 

ARVM 

ARVO 

ARVQ 

ARVT 

ARVW 

ARVY 

ARWB 

ARWD 


P. Adelaide. 

Semaphore.a b d 

Glenelg.c 

Holdfasts, 

P. Noarlunga. 

Willunga. 

Yankalilla. 

C. Jervis.c e 

Backstairs Passage. 

P. Victor, c d 

P Elliot. 

Murray R. 

Lake Alexandrina. 

Goolwa. 

Lacepede B. 

Kingston. 


ASBO 

ASBQ 

ASBU 

ASBW 

ASBY 

ASCB 

ASCD 

ASCF 

ASCH 

ASCJ 

ASCN 
ASCP 
ASCR 


Alberton. | 
Tarraville. | 
Lake Reeve. | 
Sale. i 
MitcheU R. ; 
Baimsdale. 1 
C. Everard. 
Mallagoota Inlet. 
Grabo I.e 
C. Howe. 

Bass Str. 

KiiMi: 

C. Wickham.e 






ARWF 


C. Jaffa.a 


ASCU 


Curtis I. 


ARPQ 


Albany. 


ARWJ 


Robe.c d 


ASCW 


Hogam Group. i 


ARPT 


Princess Royal Hr. 


ARWL 


Rivoli B. 


ASCX 


Kent Group.* i 


ARPV 


Bremer B. 


ARWN 


Penguin I.o 


ASOZ 


Deal I. ; 


ARPX 


Esperance B. 


ARWP 


Beachport.i 


ASDC 


Flinders I.a 


ARPZ 


Malcolm Pt. 


ARWS. 


C. Banks.a 


ASDE 


Franklin Sound. 


ARQC 


Israelite B. 


ARWU 


C. Northumberland. e 


ASDF 


Goose I.a 


ARQE 


Eucla. 


ARWX 


P. MacdonneU.c d 


ASDG 


Banks Str. 

\ 



aSigniflea an International Signal Station; 6 a Time Signal Station; c a Weather, Tide, or Ice Signal Station; d a Life-Saving Station; 

e a Lloyd's Signal Station; /a Wireless Telegraph Station. 



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125 



QUEENSLAND. 



ASDK 

ASDM 

ASDO 

ASDP 

ASDQ 

ASDU 

ASDW 

ASDY 

ASEB 

ASED 

ASEF 

ASEH 

ASEJ 

ASEL 

ASEN 

ASEP 

ASER 

ASET 

ASEV 

ASEX 

ASEZ 

ASFB 

ASFC 

ASFE 

ASFG 

ASFI 

ASFK 

ASFM 

ASFO 

ASFQ 

ASFU 

ASFW 

ASFY 

ASGB 

ASGD 

ASGF 

ASGH 

ASGJ 

ASGL 

ASGN 

ASGP 

ASGR 

ASGT 

ASGV 

ASGW 

ASGX 

ASGZ 

ASH-C 

ASHD 

ASHE 

ASHG 

ASHI 

ASHK 

ASHM 

ASHO 

ASHQ 

ASHU 

ASHW 

ASHY 

ASIB 

ASID 

ASIF 

ASIH 

ASIJ 

ASIL 
ASIN 
ASIP 
ASIR 



Tasmania. 

Swan I. a . 

Bridport. 

Low Hd. e 

P. Dalrymple. 

Tamar R. 

Georgetown. 

Iliracombe. 

Sidmouth. 

Dorchester. 

Exeter. 

Swan B. 

Launceston. 

P. SoreU.e 

Bulges. 

P. Frederick. 

Mersey Bluff.e 

Table C.e 

Stanley. 

Robbins I. 

Hunter I. 

Three Hummock I. 

Arthur R. 

Remine.o 

Macquarie Hr.c 

Strahan.a 

Gordon R. 

P. Davey. 

Maatsuyker I. 

D'Entrecasteaux Ch. 

Recherche B.a 

Bruny l.e 

Hythe. 



Esperance P. 
Huon R. 
P. Cygnet. 
Tasman Hd. 
Adventure B. 
Derwent R. 
Hob ART. 5 
Storm B. 
Burnett Hr. 
Frederick Henry B. 
Eagle Hawk B. a 
Pitt Water. 
P. Arthur. 
Prosser B. 
Swansea, a 
Oyster B. 
Great Swan P. 
Long Pt. 
Falmouth, a 
George B. 
Eddystone Pt. e 

New South Wales. 

C. Green, a 

Twofold B.ac 

Eden. 

Kiyerr Inlet. 

Panbula. 

Merimbula. 



Barunguba, or, Monta- 
gu I. a 
Turos Inlet. 
Bodalla. 
Toragy Pt. 
Moruya. a 



ASIT 

ASIV 

ASIX 

ASIZ 

ASJC 

ASJE 

ASJG 

ASJI 

ASJK 

ASJM 

ASJO 

ASJQ 

ASJU 

ASJW 

ASJY 

AS KB 

ASKD 

ASKF 

ASKH 

ASKL 

ASKN 

ASKP 

ASKR 

ASKT 

ASKV 

ASKX 

ASKZ 

ASLC 

ASLE 

ASLG 

ASLI 

ASLK 

ASLM 

ASLO 

ASLQ 

ASLU 

ASLW 

ASLY 

ASMB 

ASMD 

ASMF 

ASMH 

ASMJ 

ASML 

ASMN 

ASMP 

ASMR 

ASMT 

ASMV 

ASMX 

ASMZ 

ASNC 

ASNE 

ASNF 

ASNG 

ASNI 

ASNK 

ASNM 

ASNG 

ASNQ 

ASNU 

ASNW 

ASNY 

ASGB 

ASOD 

ASGF 

ASOH 

ASOJ 

ASGL 

ASGN 



Bateman B. 

Bundoo, or, Clyde R. 

Nelligan. 

UlladWlJia. a 

St. Georges Hd. 

Jervis B. 

North Shoalhaven R. a 

Goulburn. 

Kiama. 

WoUongong. a 

P. Hacking. 

Botany, a 

George R. 

P. Jackson. 

Inner South Hd. a c 

Sydney. 6 

Macquarie Pt. 

Sow and Pigs Lt. V. 

Bradley Hd. 

Watson B. d 

Garden I. 

Wooloomooloo B. 

Farm Cove. 

Darling Hr. 

Pyrmont. 

Balmain. 

Cockatoo I. 

Fitzroy Dock. 

Southerland Dock. 

Goat I. 

Waterview B. 

Parramatta. 

St. Leonards. 

Middle Hr. 

Manly Beach. 

Baranju Hd. 

Hawkesbury R. 

Broken B. 

Hales Bluff. 

Catherine Hill B. 

Moon Islet. 

Lake Macquarie. 

Nobby Hd. 

Newcastle, abed 

Hunter R. 

Stockton. 

Hexham. 

Maitland. 

Stephens Pt. 

P. Stephens. 

Sugarloaf Pt. 

C. Hawike. 

Harrington Inlet. 

Manning R. 

Crowdy Hd. 

Camden Haven. 

Tacking Pt. 

P. Macquarie. 

Hastings R. 

Marias R. 

Smoky C. 

Trial B. 

MacLeay R. 

Nambuckra R. 

Bellinger R. 

South Solitary I. 

Clarence R. 

MacLean. 

Grafton. 

Richmond R. 



ASGP 
ASGR 
ASOT 
ASOV 
ASOX 
ASGZ 
ASPC 
ASPE 

ASPG 

ASPI 

ASPK 

ASPM 

ASPO 

ASPQ 

ASPU 

ASPW 

ASPY 

ASQB 

ASQD 

ASQP 

ASQH 

ASQJ 

ASQL 

ASQN 

ASQP 

ASQR 

ASQT 

ASQV 

ASQX 

ASQZ 

ASRC 

ASRE 

ASRG 

ASRI 

ASRK 

ASRM 

ASRG 

ASRQ 

ASRU 

ASRW 

ASRY 

ASTB 

ASTD 

ASTF 

ASTH 

ASTJ 

ASTL 

ASTN 

ASTP 

ASTR 

ASTV 

ASTX 

ASTZ 

ASUC 

ASUE 

ASUG 

ASUI 

ASUK 

ASUM 

ASUG 

ASUQ 

ASUW 

ASUY 

ASVB 

ASVD 

ASVF 

ASVH 

ASVJ 



Ballina. 
Warden. 
C. Byron. 
Brun^riok R. 
Cavvanba. 
Fingal Pt. 
Tweed R. 
Danger Pt. 

QU'EENSLAND. 

Burleigh. 

Nerang R. 

"Southport. 

Sandy Pt. a c 

ffloreton B. 

C. Moreton.c 

Comboyuro Pt. 

Bulwer Pilot Station. 

Cowan Cowan Pt. 

Tangaluma Roads. 

Howe Ch. 

Freeman Ch. 

Yule Roads. 

Brisbane Road Pile TA. 

Ho. ac 
Lytton. 
Brisbane. 6 
Ipswich. 
Cleveland. 
Redland. 
Lo^n R. 
Alberton. 
Waterford. 
Mooloolah R. 
Laguna B. 
Tewantin. 
Double Island Pt. a 
Wide Bay Hr. 
Great Sandy Str. 
Inskip Pt. 
Tyroom Road. 
Mary R. 
Maryborough. 
Woody I. 
Sandy C. a 
Hervey B. 
Burrum R. 
Burnett R. a c 
Bundaberg. 
Lady Elliot I. a 
Baffle Creek. 
Bustard Hd. a c 
Rodd Hr. 
P. Curtis. 
Boyne R. 
Gatcombe Hd. a 
Gladstone. 
Calliope R. 
Hamilton. 
C. Capricorn, a c 
Keppel C. a 
Little Sea Hill. 
Fitzroy R. Lt. V. 
Mackenzie R. 
Broad Mount Hr. 
Herbert. 
Rockhampton. 
Hewittville. 
North Reef Lt. a 
P. Bowen. 



a Signifiesanlnternatioaal SignalStation: '6a Time Signal Station; ca Weather, Tide, or Ice Signal Station; d a Life-Saviug Station; 

«« Lloyd's Signal Station; /a Wireless Telegraph Station. 



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NEW ZEALA:ND 




WEST COAST NORTH AMERICA. 


ASVL 


Shoalwater B. ' 


ATCB 


Whaingaroa Hr. 


ATHU 


Molyneux B, 


ASVN 


Broad Sound. 


ATCD 


Raglan. 


athw 


Balclutha. ■ 


ASVP 


St. Lawrence. ■ 


ATOP 


Aotea Hr. 


ATHY 


Kaitan. 


ASVR 


Percy I. ; 


ATCH 


Kawhia. 


ATIB 


C. Saunders, a 


ASVT 


Pine I. a 


ATCJ 


Mokau R. 


ATID 


OxAGO Hr. 


ASVX 


Flat-Top I. a 


ATCL 


Waitara R. a 


ATIF 


Taiaroa Hd.ac 


ASVZ 


Pioneer R. 


ATCN 


Raleigh. 


ATIG 


Otago Lt. V. 


ASWC 


East Pt. a 


ATCR 


New Plymouth (Tara- 


ATIH 


P. Chalmers, b 


ASWE 


Mackay; . 




naki).ae 


ATIJ 


Dunedin. 


ASWG 


Repulse B. 


ATCV 


C. Egmont. a 


ATIL 


Blueskin. 


ASWI 


Dent I. a 


ATCX 


Opunake. a c 


ATIN 


Waikouaiti. 


ASWK 


P. Denison. 


ATCZ 


Patea R. c 


ATIP 


Hawksbury. 


ASWM 


Dalrymple Pt.a 


ATDC 


Wanganui. n c 


ATIR 


Moeraki. 


ASWO 


Bowen. 


ATDE 


Wangaehu. 


ATIV 


Oamaru. a c 


ASWQ 


C. Bowling Green, a 


ATDG 


Rangitikei R. 


ATIX 


Timaru. a c 


ASWR 


C. Cleveland, a 


ATDI 


Manawatu R. a c 


ATIZ 


Ashburton. 


ASWT 


Townsville. a c 


ATDK 


Foxton. 


ATJC 


Akaroa Hr. a 


■ASWV 


Bay Rock. 


ATDM 


Kapiti I. 


ATJE 


Banks' Peninsula. 


ASWX 


Halifax B. 


ATDO 


Porirua Hr. 


ATJG 


Lyttelton. 6 , 


ASWZ 


Hinchinbrook. c 


ATDQ 


Cook Str. 


ATJI 


Christchurch. 


ASXC 


Herbert R. 


ATDS 


Queen Charlotte Sound. 


ATJK 


Godley Hd.ac 


ASXE 


Dungeness. a 


ATDU 


Brothers Lt. 


ATJM 


.Gore B. 


ASXG 


Rockingham B. 


ATDW 


Picton. 


ATJO 


Waiauoua R. 


ASXI 


Card well. 


ATDY 


Havelock. 


ATJQ 


Kaikoura. 


ASXK 


Moresby R. 


ATEB 


D'Urville I. 


ATJS 


Gooch B. 


ASXM 


Mourilyan Hr. 


ATED 


P. Hardy. 


ATJU 


C. Campbell, a c 


ASXO 


Johnstone R. 


ATEF 


French Pass. 


ATJW 


Awatere R. 


ASXQ 


Geraldton. 


ATEH 


C. Stephens. 


ATJY 


Wairau R. a 


ASXU 


Mulgrave R. 


ATEJ 


Nelson, a 


ATKB 


Blenheim. 


ASXW 


C. Grafton. 


ATEL 


Motueka R. 


ATKD 


Tuamarina. 


ASXY 


Cairns, a 


ATEN 


Astrolabe Road. 


ATKF 


Cloudy B. 


ASYB 


P. Douglas. 


ATEP 


Waitapu. 


ATKH 


P. Underwood. 


ASYD 


Low I. 


ATER 


Clifton. 


ATKJ 


Tory Ch. 


ASYF 


Daintree R. 


ATEV 


CoUingwood. 


ATKL 


P. Nicholson. 


ASYH 


Archer Pt. 


ATEX 


C. Farewell Spit. ace 


ATKN 


PencarrowHd. 


ASYJ 


Rocky I. 


ATEZ 


Wanganui Inlet, c 


ATKP 


Somes I. 


ASYL 


Endeavour R. a 


ATFC 


Karamea R. 


ATKR 


Mt. Victoria, a 


ASYN 


Cooktown. 


ATFE 


Mokihinui. 


ATKV 


Wellington. 6 


ASYP 


Lizard I. 


ATFG 


Hector. 


ATKX 


Lambton Hr. 


ASYQ 


Channel R. (C.Melville) 


ATFI 


Buller R. 


ATKZ 


Pituni. 




Lt. V. 


ATFK 


Westport. u 


ATLC 


C. Palliser. 


ASYR 


Kennedy R. 


ATFM 


C. Foul wind, a c 


ATLE 


Ahuriri Bluff, a 


ASYT 


Claremont I. Lt. V. 


ATFO 


Grey R. a 


ATLG 


Napier. 


ASYV 


Pil)erls. Lt.V. 


ATFQ 


Cobden. 


ATLI 


Hawkes B. 


ASYX 


Raine I. 


ATFS 


Taylorville. 


ATLK 


Mohaka R. 


ASYZ 


Somerset. 


ATFU 


Greymouth. 


ATLM 


Portland I. a 


ASZC 


C. York. 


ATFW 


Hokitika. a 


ATLO 


Waipaoa R. 


ASZE 


Torres Str. 


ATFY 


Puysegur Pt. 


ATLQ 


Turanganui R. 


ASZG 


Bligh Boat Entrance. 


ATGB 


FovEAUx Str. 


ATLS 


Gisborne. 


ASZI 


Prince of Wales Ch. 


ATGD 


Centre I. 


ATLU 


Opotiki R. 


ASZK 


Goode I. (Pdlilug). e 


ATGF 


Riverton. 


ATLW 


Tauranga. 


ASZM 


Thursday I. 


ATGH 


Oretli R. 


ATLY 


Mercury B. 


ASZO 


P. Kennedy. 


ATGJ 


Invercargill. 


ATMB 


Whitianga. 


ASZQ 


Endeavour Str. 


ATGL 


Campbelltown. j 


ATMD 


Cuvier I. 


ASZU 


Booby I. 


ATGN 


Awarua (Bluff) Hr. ace \ 


ATMP 


Great Barrier I. (Aotea). 


ASZV 


Proudfoot Shoal Lt. V. 


ATGO 


Awarua Lt. V. 


ATMH 


Waihau (Coromandel) , 






ATGP 


Mataura R. i 




Hr. 


ASZW 


New Zealand. 


ATGR 


DogL 


ATMJ 


Thames R. 


ASZY 


C. Maria VanDiemen. c e 


ATGV 


Ruapuke I. 


ATML 


Grahamstown. 


ATBD 


Hokianga R. o 


ATGX 


Stewart I. a 


ATMN 


Pauhenehene Spit. 
Waiheke Ch. 


ATBE 


Kaipara Hr. a c 


ATGZ 


P. Pegasus. 


ATMP 


ATBH 


Helensville. 


ATHC 


P. Adventure. 


ATMR 


Tehmaki Str. 


ATBJ 


Dargaville. 


ATHE 


Paterson Inlet. 


ATMS 


Auckland, b 


ATBL 


P. Albert. 


ATHG 


P. William. 


ATMV 


Mt. Victoria. 


ATBN 


Manukau. a c 


ATHI 


The Snares, d 


ATMX 


Rangitoto I. 


ATBP 


Onehunga. 


ATHK 


Waipapapa Pt. 


ATMZ 


Tiri tiri Matangi l.ac 


ATBR 


Waikato R. 


ATHM 


Waikawa. 


ATNC 


Kawau. 


ATBU 


Mercer. 


ATHO 


Catlin R. 


ATNE 


Burgess Islet. 


ATBW 


Huntly. 


ATHQ 


Newhaven. 


ATNG 


Whangarei Hr. 


ATBY 


Taupiri. 


ATHS 


Nugget Pt. c e 


ATNI 


Tutukaka Hr. 



a Signifies an International Signal Station; b a Time Signal Station; c a Weather, Tide, or loe Signal Station; d a Life-Savine Station" 

e a Lloyd's Signal Station; /a Wireless Telegraph Station. 



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127 



WEST COAST NORTH AMERICA. 


ATNK 


Whangaruru Hr. 


ATSR 


P. Rothsay. 


ATZG 


Admiralty Inlet. 


ATNM 


B. of Islands. 


ATSY 


Tongass P. 


ATZI 


Wilson Pt., 


ATNO 


Opua. 






ATZK 


P. Discovery. 


ATNQ 


Paihia. 


ATSX 


British Columbia. 


ATZM 


Admiralty Hd. 


ATNS 


Kororarika B. (P. Rus- 


A'TSZ 


P. Simpson. 


ATZO 


P. Townsend.c 




sell). 


ATUC 


NassB. 


ATZQ 


P. Hadlock. 


ATNU 


Whangoroa. 


ATUD 


Dixon Entrance. 


ATZS 


P. Ludlow.c 


ATNW 


Mongunui Hr. 


ATUE 


Queen Charlotte Is. 


ATZU 


Hood Canal. 


ATNY 


Rangaunu (Awanui) R. 


ATUG 


Skeena R. 


ATZW 


Skokomish. 


ATOB 


Ohora R. 


ATUI 


P. Essington. 


ATZY 


Union City. 


ATOD 


Parengarenga Hr. 


ATUK 


Fitzhugh Sound. 


AUBC 


P. Susan. 


ATOF 


North C. 


ATUM 


P. Blakeney. 


AUBD 


Tulalip. 


ATOJ 


Auckland Is. d 


ATUO 


Namu Hr. 


AUBF 


Marysville. 


ATOL 


Campbell I. d 


ATUQ 


Owikino. 


AUBH 


Snohomish. 


ATON 


Antipodes Is. d 


ATUS 


Queen Charlotte Sound. 


AUBJ 


P. No Point. 


ATOP 


Bounty Is. d 


ATUV 


Vancouver I. 


AUBL 


Puget Sound. 
P. Madison. 


ATOR 


Chatham Is. 


ATUW 


Str. of Georgia. 


AUBN 


ATOV 


Whangaroa (P. Hutt). 


ATUY 


Atkinson Pt. 


AUBP 


Seattle. c 


ATOX 


Macquarie I. 


ATVB 


Burrard Inlet. 


AUBQ 


Bremerton./ 




- 


ATVD 


Brocton Pt.6 


AUBR 


Tacoma.c 


ATOZ 


North America. 


ATVF 


English B. 


AUBT 


Steilacoom. 






ATVH 


Vancouver. 


AUBV 


Nisqually. 


ATPC 


C. Bathurst. 


ATVJ 


P. Moody. 


AUBX 


Olympia. 


ATPE 


C. Dalhousie. 


ATVL 


Fraser R. 


AUBZ 


Budd Inlet. 


ATPG 


Mackenzie R. 


ATVN 


New Westminster. 


AUCD 


New Dungeness. 


ATPI 


Alaska. 


ATYP 


Pitt R. 


AUCF 


P. Angeles.c 


ATPK 


Pt. Barrow. 


ATVR 


Derby, or, New Lang- 


AUCH 


Neah B.c 


ATPM 


C. Lisbume. 




, ley. 


AUCJ 


C. Flattery. 


ATPO 


Hope Pt. 


ATVW 


P. Augusta. 


AUCL 


Tatooshl.oc/ 


ATPQ 


Kotzebue Sound. 


ATVY 


Comox. 


AUCN 


Destruction I. 


ATPS 


C. Prince of Wales. 


ATWB 


Yellow I. (B a y n e s 


AUCP 


Gray Hr.arf 


ATPU 


Diomede Is. 




Sound). 


AUCR 


WillapaR.arf 


ATPW 


P. Clarence. 


ATWD 


Nanoose Hr. 


AUCT 


Shoalwater. 


ATPY 


Imuruk Lake. 


ATWF 


Departure B. 


AUCV 


Bruceport. 


ATQB 


Norton B. 


ATWH 


Nanaimo Hr. 






ATQD 


F. Unalaklik. 


ATWJ 


Grave Pt. 


AUCX 


Oregon. 


ATQP 


Ketchumville. 


ATWL 


Entrance I. 


AUCZ 


Columbia R.acd 


ATQH 


Pastolik. 


ATWN 


Oyster Hr. 


AUDC 


C. Hancock. 


ATQJ 


Kusilvak. 


ATWP 


Georgina Pt. 


AUDE 


Adams Pt.acd 


ATQK 


Juneau. 


ATWR 


East Pt. (Saturna I.). 


AUDG 


Astoria.c 


ATQL 


Yukon R. 


ATWV 


Cowitchin. , 


AUDI 


Cathlamet. 


ATQN 


Andreievsky. 


ATWX 


Saminos. 


AUDK 


Kalama. 


ATQO 


Klondike R. 


ATWZ 


Haro Str. 


AUDM 


Portland. 5 c 


ATQP 


Nulato. 


atX:c 


Discovery I. 


AUDO 


Tillamook Rock. 


ATQR 


Nowikakat. 


ATXE 


Victoria./ 


AUDQ 


C. Meares. 


ATQS 


Dawson. 


ATXG 


Esquimalt Hr. 


AUDS 


C. Foulweather. 


ATQU 


Circle City. 


ATXI 


Race Is. 


AUDW 


Yaquina.arf 


ATQV 


C. Romanzof. 


ATXK 


Juan de Fuca Str. 


AUDY 


Heceta Hd. 


ATQW 


St. Michael F.J 
St. Matthews I. 


ATXM 


Sooke Inlet. 


AUEB 


Umpqua R.a d 


ATQX 


ATXO 


P. San Juan. 


AUED 


Koos R. (Coos). 


ATRC 


Nunivak I. 


ATXQ 


Carmanah.rf 


AUEF 


Empire City. 


ATRE 


Kuskoquim Hp 


ATXS 


Barclay Sound. 


AUEH 


C. Gregory, or, Arago. 
Coquille R. a af 


ATRG 


Kolmakoff F. 


ATXU 


C. Beale.(i 


AUEJ 


ATRI 


Khramtshenko. 






AUEL 


C. Orford, or, Blanco./ 


ATRK 


F. Alexander. 


ATXW 


Washington State. 


AUEN 


P. Orford. 


ATRM 


P. Mailer. 


ATXY 


Roberts Pt. 


AUEP 


Ellensburg. 


ATRO 


Aleutian Is. 


ATYB 


Boundary B. 


AUER 


Hunter Cove. 


ATRQ 
ATRS 


Pribiloff Is. 


ATYD 


Drayton Hr. 


AUET 


Mack Reef. 


Attn I. 


ATYF 


Bellingham B. 


AUEV 


Chetko R. 


ATRU 


Shelikoff Str. 


ATYH 


New Whatcom.c 






ATRW 


Kadiak I. 


ATYJ 


Fairhaven.f 


AUEX 


California. 


ATRY 


St. Paul Hr. i 


ATYL 


Padilla. 


AUEZ 


St. Georges Reef. 


ATSB 


St. Orlovsk. 


ATYN 


Rosario Str. 


AUFC 


Crescent Citv. 


ATSD 


Alsentia 


ATYP 


Patos I. 


AUFE 


Trinidad Hr. 


' ATSF 


P. Graham. 


ATYR 


Orcas I. 


AUFG 


Humboldt (Areata). cd 


1 ATSH 
1 ATSJ 


P. Mulgrave. 
Chichagoff I. 
Baranof I. 


ATYV 
ATYX 


Stuart I. 
San Juan I. 


AUFI 
AUFK 


Eureka, c 
Table Bluff./ 


ATSL 


ATYZ 


Lopez I. 


AUFM, 


Noyo. 


ATSN 


Sitka./ 

StikineR. (P.Wrangel). I 

1 


ATZC 


Whidbey I. 


AUFO 


Mendocino C.c 


ATSP 


ATZE 


Smith, or, Blunt I. 


AUFQ 


Arena Pt. 



a Signifles an 



International Signal Station; 6 a Time Signal Station ; c a Weattier, Tide, or Ice Signal Station; d a Life-Saving Station; 
e a Lloyd's Signal Station; /a Wireless Telegraph Station. 



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Part L 



WEST COAST NORTH AMERICA.. WEST COAST CENTRAL AND SOUTH AMERICA. 


AUFS 


F. Rose Cove. 


AULC 


C. San Lucas. 


AUQN 


La Concordia. 


AUFW 


Bodega B. 
Tomales B. 


AULD 


G. OF California. 


AUQP 


Jaltepeque Lagoon. 


AUFY 


AULE 


San Jos6 del Cabo B. , 


AUQR 


G. of Fonseca. 


AUGB 


Reyes Ft.acd 


AULG 


La Paz B. 


AUQT 


P. La Union. 


AUGD 


Bonita Pt.d 


AULI 


Concepcion B. * 


AUQV 


vSan Lorenzo. 


: AUGE 


San Francisco Lt. V. 


AULK 


Santa Rosalia./ 


AUQX 


Nicaragua. 


AUGF 


San Francisco. 6 c 


AULM 


San Felipe B. 


AURC 


Corinto P. 


AUGH 


FortPt.arf 


AULO 


Colorado R. 


AURE 


Managua. 


': AUGJ 


Alcatraz I. 


AULQ 


Arizona. 


AUBG 


San Juan del Sur. 


AUGK 


Hunter Pt. Dock. 


AULS 


Yuma. 


AURK 


Salinas B. 


: AUGL 


Goat I./ 

Union Iron Works Docks. 


AULW 


Eureka. 


AURM 


P. Elena. 


AUGM 


AULY 


Ehrenberg. 


AURO 


P. Culebra. 


AUGN 


Oakland. 


AUMB 


C. Haro/ 


AURQ 


C. Blanco. 


AUGP 


San Pablo B. 


AUMD 


Guaymas. 


AURS 


Nicoya G. 


AUGR 


Petaluma. 


AUMF 


Santa Barbara B. 


AURW 


Colorado G. 


AUGT 


Mare 1.6/ 


AUMH 


Agiabampo. 


AURY 


Arenas Pt./ 


AUGV 


Vallejo. 


AUMJ 


Topolobamjio B. 


AUSB 


P. Herredura. 


AUGX 


Napa. 


AUML 


Culiacan R. 


AUSD 


Uvita Hr. 


AUGZ 


Karquines. 


AUMN 


Altata. 


AUSF 


G. of Dulce. 


AUHC 


Roe I. 


AUMP 


Mazatlan. 


AUSH 


San Domingo. 


AUHE 


Rio Vista. 


AUMR 


Creston I. 


AUSJ 


El Rincon. 


AUHG 


Sacramento. 


AUMT 


Chamatla R. 


AUSL 


Golfito. 


AUHI 


Farallone Islets.a/ 


AUMV 


Palmito. 


AUSN 


Panama. 


AUHK 


Pigeon Pt. 


AUMX 


San Bias. 


AUSP 


Ciudad de David. 


AUHM 


Afio Nuevo Pt. 


AUMY 


Las Tres Marias Is. 


AUSR 


Bahia Honda. 


AUHO 


Santa Cruz. 


AUMZ 


C. Corrientes. 


AUST 


Est&o. 


AUHQ 


Pinos Pt. 


AUNC 


Revilla Gigedo Is. 


AUSV 


Cham6 B. 


AUHS 


Monterey. 


AUNE 


Chamela. 


AUSX 


Chorrera. 


AUHW 


Carmel. 


AUNG 


Tenacatita B. 


AUSZ 


Perico I. 


AUHY 


Pt. Sur. 


AUNI 


Navidad B. 


AUTC 


Naos I. 


AUIB 


Piedras Blancas. 


AUNK 


Manzanilla B. 


AUTE 


Chepo R. 
San Miguel B. 


AUID 


San Simeon. 


AUNM 


Cayutlan Lagoon. 


AUTG 


AUIF 


Esteros. 


AUNO 


Colima. 


AUTI 


Darien Hr. 


AUIH 


San Luis Pt. 


AUNQ 


Sacatula R. 


AUTK 


Perlas Is. 


AUIJ 


San Luis Obispo. 


AUNS 


Orilla. 






AUIL 


Arguello Pt./ 
Conception Pt. 


AUNW 


Sihuatanejo. 


AUTM 


NuEVA Granada. 


AUIN 


AUNY 


Tequepa B. 


AUTO 


San Juan R. 


AUIP 


Santa Barbara Ch.c 


AUOB 


Acapulco. 


AUTQ 


Buenaventura. 


AUIR 


San Buenaventura. 


AUOD 


Tecoanapa. 


AUTS 


P. Tumaco. 


AUIT 


Hueneme Pt. 


AUOF 


Maldonado. 






AUIV 


Santa Monica.c 


AUOH 


Chacahua B. 


AUTW 


Ecuador. 


AUIX 


Ballona P. 


AUOJ 


Escondido B. 


AUTY 


Esmeralda. 


AUIY 


Los Angeles. 


AUOL 


P. Angeles. 


AUVB 


Atacamas. 


AUIZ 


San Pedro.c 


AUON 


Sacrificios. 


AUVD 


Caracas. 


AUJC 


Wilmington. 


AUOP 


P. Guatulco. 


AUVF 


Manta B. 


AUJE 


Newport. 
San Juan Pt. 


AUOR 


Tangola tangola B. 


AUVH 


Galapagos Is. 


AUJG 


AUOT 


Morro Ayuca. 


AUVJ 


Albemarle I. 


AUJI 


Oceanside. 


AUOV 


Saline Cruz. 


AUVL 


Chatham I. 


AUJK 


Loma Pt. / 


AUOX 


Ventosa B. 


AUVN 


Stephens B. (P. Grande) 


AUJM 


Ballast Pt. 


AUOZ 


Tehuantepec. 


AUVP 


Wreck -B. (P. Chico). 


AUJO 


San Diego. c 


AUPC 


San Juan. 


AUVR 


Monte Christo. 


AUJQ 


San Miguel I. 


AUPE 


Tonala. 


AUVT 1 


' La Plata I. 


AUJS 


Santa Rosa I. 


AUPG 


San Benito. 


AUVX 


Santa Elena. 


AUJW 


Santa Cruz I. 






AUVZ 


Guayaquil. 


AUJY 


Anacapa I. 


AUPI 


Guatemala. 


AUWC 


Quito. 


AUKB 


Santa Catalina. 


AUPK 


OcosR. 


AUWE 


Puna. 


AUKD 


San Clements I. 


AUPM 


Champerico. 


AUWG 


Mandinga Pt. 


AUKF 


San Nicolas I. 


AUPO 


San Lois. 


AUWI 


Espanola Pt. 






AUPQ 


Sesecapa. 


AUWK 


Arena Pt. 


AUKH 

AUKJ 

AUKL 

AUKN 

AUKP 


Mexico. 

Lower California. 
Los Coronados. 
Ensenada. 
Todos Santos B. 


AUPS 

AUPW 

AUPY 

AUQB 

AUQD 


Tecojate. 

San Jeronimo. 

San JoB^ de Guatemala. 

Istapa. 

Salvador. 


AUWM 
AUWO 

AUWQ 

AUWS 


Santa Rosa R. 
South America. 

Peru. 

Tumbez. ; 


AUKR 
AUKT 


San Quentin B. 
Sebastian Viscaino B. 


AUQF 


Central America. 


AUWV 
AUWX 


Talara. 
Negrito B. 
Paita. 


AUKV 


Cerros I. 


AUQH 


Acajutla. 


AUWZ 


AUKX 


P. San Bartolome. 


AUQJ 


Sonsonate. 


AUXC 


Piura R. 


AUKZ Magdalena B. ! 


AUQL 


Libertad. 


AUXE 


Eten Pt. 



a Sigoifles an International Signal Station; 6 a Time Signal Station; c a Weather, Tide, or Ice Signal Station; d a Lite-Saving Station- 

e a Lloyd's Signal Station; / a Wireless Telegraph Station. 



Part I. 



GEOGRAPHICAL SIGNALS— PLACES GEOGRAPHICALLY ARRANGED. 



129 



WEST AND EAST COASTS SOUTH AMERICA. 



AUXF 
AUXG 
AUXl 

AUXK 

AUXM 

AUXG 

AUXQ 

AUXS 

AUXW 

AUXY 

AUYB 

AUYD 

AUYP 

AUYH 

AUYJ 

AUYL 

AUYN 

AUYP 

AUYR 

AUYT 

AUYV 

AUYX 

AUYZ 

AUZC 

AUZE 

AUZG 

AUZI 

AUZK 

AUZM 

AUZO 

AUZQ 

AUZS 

AUZW 

AUZY 

AVBD 

AVBF 

AVBH 

AVBJ 

AVBL 

AVBN 

AVBF 

AVER 

AVBT 

AVBU 

AVBX 

AVBZ 

AVCD 

AVCE 

AVCF 

AVCH 

AVCJ 

AVGL 

AVON 

AVCO 

AVCF 

AVOR 

AVCT 

AVCU 

AVOX 

AVCZ 

AVDC 

AVDE 

AVDF 

AVDG 

AVDH 

AVDI 

AVDJ 

AVDK 

AVDL 



LoboB de Afuera. 

Lainbayeque. 

Pacasmayo; 

Malabrigo Road. 

Huanchaco. 

Salaverry.a 

Truxillo. 

Guanape Is. 

Santa. 

P. Chimbote. 

Ferrol B. 

Samanco B. 

Casma B. 

Huarmey. 

Sup6. 

Hijaclio. 

Salinas B. 

Chancay. 

Ancon. 

Callao. 

Lima. 

C. San Lorenzo. 

ChorillosB. 

Chilca. 

Cerro.AzuL 

Tambo de Mora P. 

Chincha Is. 

Pisco. ^ 

lea. 

Paracas. 

San Gallan I. 

Independencia B. 

P. San Nicolas. 

P. San Juan. 

C. Lomas Roadstead. 

Chala. ' 

Atico. 

Camana. 

Quilca R. 

Islay (Ilay). 

Arequipa. 

P. Mollendo. 

Tambo R. 

Ylo Road. 

Funo. 

Chile. 

Arica. 

Huanillos. 

Tacna. 

Huaina Pisagua B. 

Junin. 

Mejillones Cove. 

Caleta Buena. . 

Pabellion de Pica. 

Iquiqub. 

Tocopilla. 

Algodonales B. 

CooijaB. 

Mejillones del Sur B. 

Constitucion Hr. 

Moreno B. 

AnTqfagasta. c 

Oliva Road. 

Taltal. 

Pan de Azucar. 

Lavata B. 

Sarco. 

Paposo Mines. 

Fefia Blanca Cove. 



AVDM 

AVDO 

AVDQ 

AVDS 

AVDU 

AVDW 

AVDX 

AVDY 

AVEB 

AVED 

AVEF 

AVEH 

AVEJ 

AVEL 

AVEN 

AVEO 

AVEF 

AVER 

AVET 

AVEX 

AVEZ 

AVFC 

AVFE 

AVFG 

AVFI 

AVFK 

AVFM 

AVFO 

AVFQ 

AVER 

AVFS 

AVFT 

AVFU 

AVFW 

AVFX 

AVFY 

AVGB 

AVGD 

AVGF 

AVGH 

AVGI 

AVGJ 

AVGK 

AVGL 

AVGN 

AVGF 

AVGR 

AVGT 

AVGX 

AVGZ 

AVHC 

AVHE 

AVHF 

AVHG 

AVHI 

AVHK 

AVHL 

AVHM 

AVHN 

AVHO 

AVHF 

AVHQ 

AVHS 

AVHU 

AVHW 

AVHX 

AVHY 

AVIB 

AVID 

AVIF 



Chanaral. 


AVIH 


P. Flamenco. 


AVIJ 


P. Caldera. a 


AVIL 


Copiap6. 


AVIM 


Carrizal Bajo B. 


AVIN 


P. Huaaeo. 


AVIO 


St. Ambrose I. 


AVIF 


C. Bascuiian. 


AVIR 


Pajaros Islets. 


AVIT 


Tortoralillo. 


AVIW 


COQDIMBO. 6 


AVIX 


p. Herradura. 


AVIZ 


P. Tongoi. 


AVJO 


Maitencillo. 


AVJE 


Conchali B. 


AVJG 


Los Vilos. 


AVJH 


Huevos I. 


AVJI 


Pichidanque B. 


AVJK 


Ligua B. 


AVJL 


P. Papudo. 


AVJM 


Quintero B . 




Valparaiso, h cd 


AVJN 


Angeles Ft. 


AVJO 


Curaumilla Ft. e 


AVJP 


Casablanca. 


AVJQ 


Santiago. 


AVJS 


Juan Fernandez I. 


AVJU 


Cumberland B, 


AVJW 


Algarrobo. 


AVJY 


San Antonfo Nuevo. 


AVKB 


San Antonio Ft. 


AVKD 


Matanzas Caleta. 


AVKF 


Tuman B. 


AVKG 


Pichilemu. 




San Antonio del Petrel. 


AVKH 


Llico. 


AVKJ 


Constitucion. 


AVKL 


Talca. 


AVKN 


C. Carranza. a 


AVKF 


Fuchepo Ft. 


AVKR 


Buchupero. a 


AVKT 


Tom6. 




Guranipe. 


AVKX 


Fenco. 


AVKZ 


Talcahuano. e 


AVLC 


Concepcion. 


AVLE 


Quiriquina I. 


AVLG 


Bio Bio R. 


AVLI 


Santa Maria I. 


AVLK 


Fuchoco. 


AVLM 


CORONEL. 


AVLO 


Lota. 




Puerto Guarenta Dias. 


AVLQ 


Laraquete. 


AVLS 


Arauco. • 


AVLU 


Lavapi^ Ft. a 


AVLW 


Yanez B. 




Lebu I. 


AVLY 


P. Quidico, or, Nena. 


AVMB 


Mocha I. 


AVMD 


Imperial R. 
Tolten. 


AVMF 


AVMH 


Corral. 


AVMJ 


Valdivia. 


AVML 


Galera Ft. 


AVMN 


Bueno R. 


AVMF 


MauUin. 


AVMR 


Chiloe I. 


AVMT 


C. Quilan. 


AVMX 


Corona Hd. 


AVMY 



Ancud. 
Calbuco Ch. 
P. Montt. 
Huafo. 

C. Tres Montes. 
Melinka P. 
G. of Pefias. 
Fallos Ch. 
Stosch Ch. 
P. Otway. 
Messier Ch. 
G. of Trinidad. 
Smyth Ch. 
Evangelistas. 
Magellan Str. 
Borja B. 
C. Pillar. 
C. Upright. 
P. Tamar. 

Sandy Ft. (Punta Are- 
nas). 
C. Gregory. 
C. San Isidro. 
Delgada Ft. a 
Dungeness. 'e 
C. Virgins, d e 
Tierra del Fuego. 
Ushuwaia. 
C. Horn. 
Staten I. 
St. John Hr. 
Laserre Ft. 
Diego Ramirez. 

South Shetland. 
South Orkneys. 
Falkland Is. 
C. Pembroke. 
Stanley Hr. 
Cranmar. 
P. Stephens. 

Argentina. 

Patagonia. 

P. Gallegos. 

Coy Inlet. 

P. Santa Cruz. 

Chico R. 

P. San Julian. 

P. Desire. 

C. Three Points (Tres 

Puntas). 
P. Malaspina. 
Tova I. 
P. Melo. 
Egg Hr. (P. San An^ 

tonio). 
Gill B. 
Leones Isle. 
P. Santa Elena. 
Chupat R. 
P. Madryn. 
Delgado Ft. 
P. San Antonio. 
Parana. 
San Bias Hr. 
Union B. 
Rio Colorado. 
Mt. Hermoso. 
Bahia Blanca Lt. V. 



a Signifies an International Signal Station; 6 a Time Signal Station; ca Weather, Tide, or Ice Signal Station; d a Life-Saving Station; 

e a Lloyd's Signal Station; /a Wireless Telegraph Station. 

76564—09 9 



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Part I. 



EAST AND NORTHEAST COASTS SOUTH AMERICA. 


avmz 


P. Belgrano (Bahia 
Blanca). 


AVSL 


Paranagua. 


AVYZ 


Alagoas Province. 
P. de Pedras. 




AVSN 


Larangeiras. 


AVZC 


avnc 


Mogotes Pt. e 
C. Corrientes. 


AVSP 


MelL 


AVZE 


Barra Grande. 


AVNE 


AVSR 


Bom Abrigo I. 


AVZG 


UnaR. 


AVNG 


Medano Pt. 


AVST 


Cananea. 


AVZI 


Tamandare. 


AVNI 


C. San Antonio, e 


AVSX 


Santos. 


AVZK 


San Aleixo I. 


AVNK 


Plata R. 


AVSZ 


MoeUa I. 


AVZM 


C. St. Agostinho. 


AVNM 


English Bank Lt. V. 


AVTC 


Ubatuba. 


AVZO 


Pernambuco. a 


AVNO 


Cuirassier Bank, or, In- 


AVTE 


Parati. 


AVZS 


Olinda. 




dio Pt. Lt. V. 


AVTG 


Uha Grande, af 


AVZU 


Itamaraca I. 


AVNQ 


Chico Bank Lt. V. 


AVTI 


Albrahoa B. 


AVZW 


Catudma. 


AVNS 


Ensenada de Barragan. 


AVTK 


Angra dos Reis. 


AVZY 


Goiana R. 


AVNU 


TraiventoB. 


AVTM 


Sapetiba. 


AWBC 


Cabedello. 


AVNW 


La Plata, h c 


AVTO 


B.a7,a I. 


AWBE 


Parahiba R. 


AVNY 


P. Rio Santiago. / 


AVTQ 


Rio de Janeiro. 6 


AWBG 


Mamanguape. 


AVOB 


LaraPt. ' 


AVTR 


Villegagnon F. 


AWBI 


Formosa. 


AVOD 


Buenos Aikeb. bf 


AVTS 


F. Santa Cruz. 


AWBK 


Cu.nhahu R. 


AVOF 


Riachuelo R. c 


AVTU 


Nitheroy. 


AWBM 


Pirangi R. 


AVOH 


San Nicolas. 


AVTW 


Saude Dock. 


AWBO 


Rio Grande do Norte. 


AVOL 


Campana. 


AVTX 


Mucangue Pequena 


AWBQ 


Natal. 


AVON 


Rosario. 




(Coal I.). 


AWBS 


C. St. Roque. 


AVOP 


Colastine. 


AVTY 


C. Frio, a 


AWBU 


Fernando Noronha 


AVOR 


Parana. 


AVUB 


Busios C. 




I.ae 


AVOT 


La Paz. 


AVUD 


Imbetiba. 


AWBY 


As Rocas. 


AVOX 


Corrientes. 


AVUF 


Macah6. 


AWCB 


St. Paul Rocks. 


AVOZ 


Paraguay. 
■Villa Pillar. 


AVUH 


C. St. Thom6. 


AWCD 


Trinidad Is. 


AVPC 


AVUJ 


Campos. 

St. Joao da Barra. 


AWCE 


Martin Vas. I. 


AVPE 


Asuncion. 


AVUL 


AWCF 


Amargoso R. 


AVPG 


Colonia. 


AVUN 


Itabapuana. 


AWCG 


Maciu. 


AVPI 


Farallon I. 


AVUP 


Itapemerim. 


AWCH 


Retiro B. 


AVPK 


Martin Garcia I. 


AVUR 


Francesa I. 


AWCJ 


Aracati. 






AVUT 


Benevente. 


AWCL 


Jaguarybe R. 


AVPM 


Uruguay. 


AVUX 


Guarapari. 


AWCN 


Ceara. . 


AVPO 


Fray Bentos. 


AVUZ 


Espirito Santo B. 
Vifia Velha B. 


AWCP 


Macoripe Pt. 


AVPQ 


Concepcion. 


AVWC 


AWCR 


Paransbyba. 


AVPS 


Paysandu. 


AVWE 


Victoria. 


AWCT 


Amara^ao. 


AVPU 


Concordia. 


AVWG 


Doce R. 


AWCV 


Tutoia. 


AVPW 


Pafiela Rock Lt. V. 


AVWI 


Portalegre. 
Caravellas. 


AWCX 


Santa Anna I. 


AVPY 


Montevideo, c/ 


AVWK 


AWCZ 


Alcantara. 


AVQB 


Cibil Dock. 


AVWM 


Abrolhos Rocks. 


AWDC 


Maranhao. 


AVQD 


Mana Dock. 


AVWO 


Prado. 


AWDG 


San Marcos B. 


AVQP 


Florcs I. a 


AVWQ 


P. Seguro. 
Cabral B. 


AWDI 


San Joao I. 


AVQH 


Maldonado. a 


AVWS 


AWDK 


Turyassu. 


AVQJ 


Lobos I. 


AVWU 


Santa Cruz B. 


AWDM 


Gurupi R. 


AVQL 


San Jos6 Ignacio Pt. 


AVWY 


Belmonte. a 


AWDO 


Vizeu. 


AVQN 


C. Santa Maria. 


AVXB 


Canaveiras. 


AWDQ 


Atalaia Pt. 


AVQP 


C. Polonio. 


AVXC 


Commandatubu. 


AWDS 


Para R. 


AVQR 


Castillo B. 


AVXE 


Una. 


AWDU 


Braganza Shoal Lt. V. 






AVXG 


Olivenca. 


AWDV 


Gaviotas (Taipu Pt.) Lt. 


AVQT 


Brazil. 


AVXI 


St. Jorge dos Ilheos. 




V. 


AVQX 


Rio Grande do Sul. a d 


AVXK 


Contas. 


AWDX 


Chapeo Virado Lt. 
Par£/ 


AVQZ 


San Pedro do Sul. 


AVXM 


Camamu. 


AWDY 


AVRO 


Sao Jos6 do Norte. 


AVXO 


Morro San Paulo. 


AWEB 


Guama R. 


AVRE 


Pelotas. 


AVXQ 


Valenca. 


AWED 


Guajara R. 


AVRG 


Lagoa Dos Patos. 


AVXS 


Bahia. 


AWEF 


Tocantins R. 


AVRI 


Guahyba R. 


AVXU 


San Antonio Pt. 


AWEH 


Breves. 


AVRK 


P. Alegre. 


AVXW 


Itaparica I. 


AWEJ 


Amazon R. 


AVRM 


Triumpho. 


AVXY 


Tapagipe B. 
San Francisco R. 


AWEL 


Macapa. 


AVRO 


MoBtardas. 


AVYB 


AWEN 


Gurupd R. 


AVRQ 


C. Santa Marta Grande. 


AVYD 


Para Guassu. 


AWEP 


P. do Moz. 


AVRS 


Imbituba. 


AVYF 


Itapuan Pt. 


AWER 


Xingu R. 


AVRU 


Santa Catharina I. 


AVYH 


Garcia de Avila. 


AWET 


Mt. A16gre. 


AVRW 


NoBsa Senhora do Des- 


AVYJ 


Real R. 


AWEV 


Santarem. / 




terro. 


AVYL 


Sergipe. 


AWEX 


Tapajos R. 
Obidos. 


AVRY 


P. dos Naufragados. 
Anhatomirim Islet. 


AVYN 


Cotinguiba R. 


AWEZ 


AVSB 


AVYP 


P. Aracaju. 


AWFC 


Mandos. / 


AVSD 


F. Santa Cruz, a 


AVYR 


San Francisco do Norte 


AWFE 


Negro R. 
Balique I. 


AVSF 


Arvoredo I. 




R. 


AWFG 


AVSH 


Itapacaroya B. 


AVYT 


Penedo. 


AWFI 


Madeira R. 


AVSJ 


Sao Francisco. 


AVYX 


Macei6. 


AWFK 


Oyapok R. 



a Signifles an International Signal Station; 6 a Time Signal Station; c a Weather, Tide, or Ice Signal Station; d & Life-Saving Station; 

e a Lloyd's Signal Station; /a Wirelees Telegraph Station. 



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GEOGRAPHICAL SIGNALS PLACES GEOGRAPHICALLY ARRANGED. 



131 





GULF OF MEXICO. 




AWFM 


Guiana. 


AWKV 


Santa Ana Hr. 6 


AWQJ 


Izabel. 






AWKX 


Little Curafao I. 


AWQL 


British Honduras. 


AWFO 


French Guiana. 


AWKZ 


Oruba I. 


AWQM 


Sarstoon R. 


AWFQ 


'Apruague R. 


AWLC 


Sierra Colorado Pt. ■ 


AWQN 


Half-Moon cay. 


AWFS 


Guisanburg. 


AWLE 


Orangestadt. 


AWQP 


Northern Two cays. ; 


AWFU 


Cayenne. 






AWQR 


Turneffe Is. 


AWFY 


-Enfant Perdu. 


AWLG 


C. San Roman. 


AWQT 


Mauger cay. 


AWGB 


C6p6rou F. 
Salut Is. 


AWLI 


Estanques B. 


AWQV 


Bokel cay. 


AWGD 


AWLK 


Maracaibo. 


AWQX 


Icacos Road. 


AWGF 


Kutu R. 


AWLM 


Altagracia. 


AWQZ 


Monkey R. 


AWGH 


Sinnamari. 






AWRC 


Belize. 


AWGJ 


Maroni R. 


AWLO 


Colombia. 


AWRE 


Corosal. 


AWGL 


Les Hattes. 


AWLQ 


Bahia Honda. 










AWLS 


La Hacha. 


AWRG 


Yucatan. 


AWGN 


Dutch Guiana. 


AWLU 


Santa Marta./ 


AWRI 


Cozumel I. 


AWGP 


Surinam R. Lt. V. 


AWLY 


Magdalena R. 


AWRK 


Mugeres Hr. 
C. Catoche. 


AWGR 


Galibi Pt. 


AWMB 


Bogota. 


AWRM 


AWGT 


Paramaribo. 6 


AWMD 


Barranquilla. 


AWRO 


Yalahau. 


AWGV 


Coppename R. 


A WMF 


Honda. 


AWRQ 


Progresso. 
Sisal. 


AWGX 


Saramacca R. 


AWMH 


Caracoli. 


AWRS 


AWGZ 


Coronie. 


AWMJ 


Belillo. 


AWRU 


Celestun. 


AWHC 


Corentyn R. 


AWML 


Savanilla. 


AWRY 


Campeche. 


AWEE 


New Rotterdam. 


AWMN 


Salgar. 






AWHG 


Nickerie R. 


AWMP 


Galera de Zamba B. 


AWRZ 


G. OF Mexico. 






AWMR 


Cartagena. 


AWSB 


M&ida. 


AWHI 


British Guiana. 


AWMT 


Boca Chica. 


AWSD 


.Champoton. 


AWHK 


Berbice. 


AWMV 


Barbacoas B. 


AWSF 


Carmen I. 


AWHM 


New Amsterdam. 


AWMX 


Morrosquillo G. 


AWSH 


Terminos Lagoon. 


AWHN 


Demerara. 6 


AWMZ 


P. Cispata. 


AWSJ 


Tabasco. 


AWHO 


Demerara Lt. V. 


AWNC 


G. of Darien. 


AWSL 


Frontera. 


AWHQ 


Georgetown. 6 






AWSN 


San Juan de Bautista. 


AWHS 


Christianburg. 


AWNE 


P. Escocfe. 


AWSP 


Coatzacoalcos R. 


AWHU 


Essequibo R. 


AWNG 


Caledonia Hr. 


AWSR 


Minatitlan. 


AWHY 


Cuyuni R. 


AWNI 


Sasardi B. 


AWST 


Roca Partida. 


AWIB 


Bartika. 


AWNK 


Mandinga Hr. 


AWSV 


Alvarado. 


AWID 


Mazaroni R. 


AWNM 


Farallon Sucio; 


AWSX 


Vera Cruz, c 






AWNO 


P. Bello (P. Velo). 


AWSZ 


Tuxpan, or, Tuspan. 


AWIF 


Venezuela. 


AWNQ 


Colon./ 


AWTC 


Tampico. 
Rio Grande. 


Awm 


Orinoco R. 


AWNS 


Manzanilla I. 


AWTE 


AWIJ 


Barrancas. 


AWNU 


Toro Pt. 


AWTG 


Bagdad. 


AWIL 


Las Tablas. 


AWNY 


Chagres. 


AWTI 


Matamoros. 


AWIN 


Bolivar. 


AWOB 


Bonaventura Cove. 






AWIP 


Camaguan. 


AWOD 


Chiriqui Lagoon. 


AWTK 


Texas. 


AWIR 


Macareo B. 


AWOF 


Almirante B. 


AWTM 


Brownsville, c 


AWIT 


Paria G. 


AWOH 


Boca del Toro./ 


AWTP 


Brazos Santiago, a d 


AWIV 


Maturin. 


AWOJ 


Shepherd Hr. 


AWTS 


Corpus Christi. c 


AWIX 


P. Santo. 


AWOL 


Costa Rica. 


AWTV 


Mustang I. 


AWIZ 


Testigos Is. 


AWON 


P. Limon./ 


AWTY 


Aransas, c d 


AWJC 


Carupano. 


AWOP 


San Jos6. 


AWUB 


Guadalupe R. 


AWJE 


Margarita I. 


AWOR 


San Juan del Norte. 


AWUE 


Cavallo Pass. 


AWJG 


Cariaco. 


AWOT 


San Juan de Nicaragua 


AWUH 


Matagorda. 


AWJI 


CumanA. 




R. j 


AWUK 


Colorado R. 


AWJK 


Mochima P. 


AWOV 


Bluefields. f 


A.WUN 


Indianola. 


AWJM 


Guanta B. 


AWOX 


Mosquito Coast. 


AWUQ 


Lavaca, c 


AWJO 


Barcelona. 


AWOZ 


G. Graciae a Dios Hr. , 


AWUT 


Brazos R. 


AWJQ 


Tortuga I. 


AWPC 


Old Providence Is. i 


AWUV 


Velasco. ac d 


AWJS 


C. Codera. 


AWPE 


Honduras. 


AWUZ 


San Luis Pass, a d 


AWJU 


La Gu.ura. 


AWPG 


Truxillo. 


AWVO 


Galveston, ab cdf 


AWJY 


Caracas. 


AWPI 


Bonacca I. 


AWVD 


Galveston Lt. V. 


AWKB 


Carabobo Province. 


AWPK 


Roatan I. 


AWVF 


Houston. 


AWKD 


P. El Roque. 


AWPM 


P. Royal. 


AWVI 


Bolivar Pt. 


AWKF 


Turiamo P. 


AWPO 


Coxen Hole. 


AWVL 


Half-Moon Shoal Lt. 


AWKH 


P. Cabello. 


AWPQ 


Utilla I. 1 


AWVO 


Red Fish Bar Lt. 


AWKJ 


Cumarebo. 


AWPS 


Ulua R. 


AWVR 


Lynchburg. 


AWKL 


Coro Province. 


AWPU 


Caballos Pt. 


AWVU 


Sabine, ac d 


AWKN 


C. La Vela. 


AWPY 


P. Cortez. 










AWQB 


Omoa. 


AWVX 


Louisiana. 


AWKP 


Bonaire I. 


AWQD 


St. Thomas Bight. 


AWXD 


Calcasieu R. 


AWKR 


Lacre Pt. 


AWQF 


Dulce R. 


AWXJ 


Vermilion B. 


AWKT 


CtTRACAO I. 


AWQH 


Livingstone. 


AWXM 


Averj'. 



a Signifies an International Signal Statipn ; 6 a Time Signal Station; c a Weatlier, Tide, or Ice Signal Station; 

e a Lloyd's Signal Station; / a Wireless Telegraph Station. 



d a Life-Saving Station; 



132 



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Part I. 



GULF OF MEXICO. 


WEST INDIES. 


AWXP 


Cypres Mort. 


AXGU 


Key West, b cf 


AXMP 


Maternillos Pt. 


AWXS 


Atchafalaya R. 


AXHD 


Sand cay. c 


AXMR 


Mucaras Reef. 


AWXV 


Morgan City, c 
Ship Islanci Shoal. 


AXHG 


American Shs. 


AXMT 


Lobos cay (Bahamas). 


AWXY 


AXHJ 


Sombrero cay. 


AXMV 


Guinchos cay. 


AWYB 


Timbalier I. 


AXHM 


Alligator Reef. 


AXMW 


Paredon Grande cay. 


AWYE 


Barataria B. 


AXHP 


Carysfort Reef. 


AXMZ 


Frances cay. 


AWYH 


New Orleans. 6 c/ 


AXHS 


Fowey Rocks Beacon. 


AXNC 


P. Caybarien.c 


AWYK 


Algiers. 


AXHV 


C. Florida. 


AXNE 


P. Sagua la Grande. 


AWYN 


Deer I. 


AXHY 


Florida Str. 


AXNG 


Bahia de Cadiz Cay. 


AWYQ 


South Pass, 


AXIB 


Jupiter Inlet, a cf 


AXNI 


Santa Clara B. 


AWYT 


P. Eads. c 


AXIE 


Indian R. d 


AXNK 


Cruz del Padre cay. 


AWYZ 


. Pass a Loutre. 


AXIH 


C. Canaveral. 


AXNM 


Diana cay. 


AWZC 


Chandeleur Is. 






AXNO 


Piedras cay. 






AXIJ 


West Indies. 


AXNQ 

AXNS 


Cdrdenas. 


AWZP 


Mississippi. 






Siguapa. 


AWZI 


Lake Borgne. 
Proctorville. 


AXIL 


Bahama Is. 


AXNU 


Matanzas. 


AWZL 


AXIN 


Great Abaco I. 


AXNW 


Habana. ah eef ', 
P. Mariel. 


AWZC 


Lake Pontchartrain. 


AXIP 


Elbow cay. 


AXNY 


AWZR 


Pass Manchac. 


AXIR 


Abaco. 


AXOB 


P. Cabanas. 


AWZU 


Jackson. 


AXIT 


Providence Ch. 


AXOD 


Bahia Honda. 


AWZX 


Vicksburg. 


AXIV 


Gun cay. 


AXOF 


Mulata. 


AXBD 


Chefuncte R. 


AXIW 


Great Isaac. 


AXOH 


Santa Rosa B. 


AXBE 


Pt. aux Herbes. 


AXIZ 


Stirrup cays. 


AXOJ 


Guadiana B. 


AXBH 


The Rigolets. 


AXJC 


Andros I. 


AXOL 


C. San Antonio. 


AXBK 


Lower Pt. Clear. 


AXJE 


Santaren Ch. 


AXON 


C. Corrientes. 


AXBN 


Shieldsboro. • 


AXJG 


Cay Sal Bank. 


AXOP 


C. Pepe. 


AXBQ 


Merrill Shell Bank. 


AXJI 


Nicolas Ch. 


AXOR 


ISLA DE PiNOS. 


AXBT 


Cat I. 


AXJK 


New Providence I. 


AXOT 


Santa F4 R. 


AXBW 


Mississippi City. 


AXJM 


Nassau, a 


AXOV 


Calonna R. 


AXBZ 


Biloxi. c 


AXJO 


Harbour I. 


AXOZ 


Bataban6. 


AXCF 


Ship I. 


AXJQ 


Egg I. 


AXPC 


Rosario cay. 


AXCI 


East Pascagoula. c 


AXJS 


Eleuthera I. 


AXPE 


Gorda Pt. 


AXCL 


Scranton. c 


AXJU 


San Salvador, or, Wat- 


AXPG 


Piedras cay. 


AXCO 


Round I. 




ling I. 


AXPI 


Cochinos B. 


AXCR 


Horn I. 


AXJW 


Cat I. 


AXPK 


P. Xagua. 






AXJY 


Exuma I. 


AXPM 


Cienfuegos. 
P. Casilda. 


AXCU 


Alabama. 


AXKB 


Long I. 


AXPO 


AXCV 


Alabama City. 


AXKD 


Crooked Island Pas- 


AXPQ 


P. Mosio. 


AXCW 


Mobile, c 




sage. 


AXPS 


Trinidad de Cuba. 


AXDG 


Montgomery. 


AXKF 


Bird Rock. 


AXPU 


Tunas. 


AXDJ 


Coosa R. 


AXKH 


Acklin I. 


AXPW 


Zarza R. 


AXDM 


Sand I. 


AXKJ 


Castlfe I. 


AXPY 


Jucaro. 


AXDP 


Siguenza Pt. 


AXKL 


Mariguana I. 


AXPZ 


Santa Cruz del Sur. 


AXDS 


Warrington. 


AXKN 


Caicos Is. 


AXQB 


Jobabo. 






AXKP 


Cockbum Hr. 


AXQD 


Virama. 


AXDV 


Florida. 


AXKR 


Turk Is. 


AXQP 


Cauto R. 


AXDY 


Pensacola. cf 


AXKT 


Grand Turk I. e 


AXQH 


Manzanillo. 


AXEB 


F. Barancas. 


AXKV 


Great Inagua I. 


AXQJ 


Limones R. 


AXEH 


St. Andrew City, c 


AXKZ 


Mathew Town. 


AXQL 


C. Cruz. 


AXEK 


St. Joseph. 
C. San Bias. 






AXQN 


El Portillo. 


AXEN 


AXLC 


Cuba. 


AXQP 


Santiago de Cuba. 


AXFQ 


St. Vincent I. 


AXLE 


C. Maysi. 


AXQR 


Guantanamo./ 
Caymanera. 


AXET 


Apalachicola. c 


AXLG 


Yumuri B. 


AXQT 


AXEW 


C. St. George. 


AXLI 


P. Mata. 


AXQV 


Grand Cayma,n. 
Little Cayman. 


AXEZ 


St. Marks. 


AXLK 


P. Boma. 


AXQW 


AXFB 


Cedar cays, c 


AXLM 


P. Baracoa. 




AXFE 


Anclote cays. 


AXLO 


Pt. Plata. 


AXQZ 


Jamaica. 


AXFH 


Egmont cay. c 


AXLQ 


P. Navas. 


AXRC 


P. Antonio. 


AXFK 


Tampa c 


AXLS 


P. Taco. 


AXRE 


Annatto B. 


AXFN 


Palmasola B. 


AXLU 


P. Tanamo. 


AXRG 


P. Maria 


AXFQ 


Sarasota B. 


AXLW 


Cabonico. 


AXRI 


Ocho Rioa B 


AXPT 


Gasparilla I. 


AXLY 


Livisa. 


AXRK 


St Anns 


AXFW 


Charlotte Hr. 


AXMB 


P. Nipe. 


AXRM 


Rio BiiPTio 


AXFZ 


Pease Creek. 


AXMD 


P. Banes. 


AXRO 


Falmouth 


AXGC 


Sanibel I. 


AXMF 


Lucrecia Pt. 


AXRQ 
AXRS 


Montego. 
St. Lucea TTr 


AXGF 


San Carlos Hr. 


AXMH 


Naranjo P. 


AXGI 


C. Sable. 


AXMJ 


Gibara P. 


AXRU 


Negril Hr. 
Savannah-la-Mfl r 


AXGL 


Tortugas Is. c 


AXML 


P. Padre. 


AXRW 


AXGO 
AXGR 


Loggerhead cay. 
Rebecca Sh. 


AXMN 


P. Nuevitas del Prin- 
cipe. 


AXRY 

AXSB 


Bluefields B. 
Black R. 



o Signifles an International Signal Station; 6 a Time Signal Station: c a Weather, Tide, or Ice Signal Station; d a Life-Saving Station; 

e a Lloyd's Signal Station; /a Wireless Telegraph Station. »»v.ub oi,o,i,.uu. 



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133 



WEST INDIES. 




EAST COAST UNITED STATES. 


AXSD 


Pedro Bluff. 


AXYS 


Culebrita. 


AYFE 


Windward Is. 


AXSF 


Milk R. 


AXYU 


Vieques I. 






AXSH 


Carlisle B. 


AXYW 


P. Mula. 


AYFG 


St. Lucia. 


AXSJ 


Portland Bight. 


AXZB 


St. Thomas. 


AYFI 


P. Castries.6 


AXSL 


Old Harbour B. 


AXZD 


Charlotte Amalia. 


AYPK 


Vigie Summit. 


AXSN 


P. Royal. 


AXZF 


Savana I. 


AYFM 


Soufrifere B. 


AXSP 


Plum Pt. 


AXZI 


Myhlenfels Pt. 


AYFO 


Vieux F. 


AXSR 


Kingston. 


AXZK 


St. John I. 


AYFQ 


St. Vincent. 


AXST 


Morant. a 


AXZM 


Tortola. 


AYFS 


Kingstown. 


AXSV 


Blue Mountain. 


AXZO 


Virgin Gorda. 


AYFU 


The Grenadines. 


AXSZ 


Morant Cays. 


AXZQ 


Anegada. 


AYFW 


Carriacou. 






AXZS 


Santa Cruz (St. Croix) 


AYGB 


Grenada. 


AXTC 


Haiti. 




I. 


AYGD 


St. George. 


AXTD 


Navassa I. 


AXZU 


Frederichsted. i 


AYGF 


Barbados. 


AXTE 


Port au Prince, c 


AXZW 


Christiansted. 


AYGH 


Carlisle B. 


AXTG 


Lemantin Pt. 


AXZY 


Sombrero I. 


AYGJ 


Bridgetown. 
Needham Pt.o 


AXTI 


Arcadins. 


AYBC 


Anguilla. 


AYGL 


AXTK 


Gonaives. 


AYBD 


Crocus B. 


AYGN 


South Pt. 


AXTM 


Tortuga I. 


AYBE 


Seal Rocks. 


AYGP 


Ragged Pt. ' 


AXTO 


P. Paix. 


AYBF 


St. Martin. 


AYGR 


Tobago./ 


AXTQ 


Acul. 


AYBH 


Marigot. 


AYGT 


Scarborough. 


AXTS 


C. Haiti, c 


AYBJ 


Grande B. 


AYGV 


Rockly B. 


AXTU 


Caracol. 


AYBL 


Philipsburg. 


AYGX 


Plymouth. 


AXTW 


F. Dauphin P. 


AYBN 


St. Bartholomew. 


AYGZ 


Trinidad. 


AXTY 


Manzanillo B. 


AYBP 


Gustaf Hr. 


AYHC 


P. of Spain.6 cf 


AXUB 


Monte Christi. 


AYBR 


Saba I. 


AYHE 


North Post Signal Sta- 


AXUD 


P. Plata. 


AYBT 


St. Eustatius. 




tion. 


AXUF 


Samand B. 


AYBV 


Orange Town. 

St. Kitts (St. Christo- 


AYHG 


San Fernando. 


AXUH 


P. Santa Bkrbara. 


AYBX 


AYHI 


Icacos Pt. 


AXUJ 


C. Engaiio. 




pher) I. 


AYHK 


Galera Pt. 


AXUL 


Saona I. 


AYBZ 


Basseterre. 


AYHM 


Dragons Mouth. 


AXUN 


Macoris. 


AYCB 


Nevis. 


AYHO 


Serpent Mouth. 


AXUP 


Santo Domingo Hr. c 


AYCD 


Charlestown. 






AXUR 


Escondido P. 


AYCF 


Cades Pt. 


AYHQ 


Bermuda. 


AXUT 


Neyba B. 


AYCH 


Barbuda. 


AYHS 


Gibbs HiU.e 


AXUV 


Barahona. 


AYCJ 


Codrington. 


AYHU 


Mt. Hill. 


AXUZ 


Jacmel. c 


AYCL 


Palmetto Pt. 


AYHW 


The Narrows. 


AXVC 


Aquin. 


AYCN 


Antigua. e 


AYIB 


St. George Hr. 


AXVE 


St. Louis B. 


AYCP 


St. John Hr. 


AYID 


Grassy B. 


AXVG 


Cayes. 


AYCR 


Sandy I. 


AYIF 


Ireland I. 


AXVI 


Chateaudin Road. 


AYCT 


English Hr. 


AYIH 


Hamilton. 


AXVK 


Principe Pt. 


AYCV 


Redonda. 






AXVM 


C. Dame Marie. 


AYCX 


Montserrat. 


AYIJ 


Gulp Stream. 


AXVO 


Cayemites. 


AYCZ 


Plymouth. 






AXVQ 


Mona. 


AYDC 


Guadeloupe. 


AYIL 


East Coast op Florida. 


AXVS 


Desecheo I. 


AYDE 


P. Moule.a 


AYIP 


Mosquito Inlet. 






AYDG 


P. Louis. 


AYIS 


New Smyrna. 


AXVU 


PoKTO Rico. 


AYDI 


Lamentin. 


AYIV 


Mantanzas. 


AXVW 


C. Rojo. 


AYDK 


Barque Cove. 


AYJB 


St. Augustine, cf 


AXVY 


Mayaguez. 
Aguadilla. 


AYDM 


Basse Terre. 


AYJE 


Anastasia I. 


AXWB 


AYDO 


Pt. a Pitre. 


AYJH 


St. John R. c 


AXWD 


C. Borinquen. 


AYDQ 


Gozier I. 


AYJK 


Jacksonville, c 


AXWF 


. Arecibo. a 


AYDS 


Isles des Saintes. 


AYJN 


Dame Pt. 


AXWH 


Manati R. 


AYDU 


D&irade. 


AYJQ 


Mandarin. 


AXWJ 


■ P. San Juan, acdf 


AYDW 


Petite Terre. 


AYJT 


Nassau R. 


AXWL 


Cabeza de San Juan. 


AYEB 


Marie Galante. 


AYJW 


Cumberland Sound. 


AXWN 


Great Hr. 


AYED 


Grand Bourg. 


AYJZ 


Amelia I. 


AXWP 


P. Naguabo. 


AYEF 


Dominica. 


AYKC 


Fernandina.c 


AXWE. 


Humacao. 


AYEH 


Roseau. 






AXWV 


Tuna Pt. 


AYEJ 


Martinique. 


AYKF 


Georgia. 


AXWZ 


Arroyo. 


AYEL 


Fort de France B. 


AYKI 


St. Mary. 


AXYC 


P. Jobos. 


AYEN 


Fort de France. 


AYKL 


Little Cumberland I. 


AXYE 


Muertos I. 


AYEP 


F. St. Louis. a 


AYKO 


St. Andrew Sound. 


AXYG 


P. Ponce. 


AYER 


St. Pierre. 


AYKR 


St. Simon Sound.c 


AXYI 


P. Guayanilla. 


AYET 


La Trinity B. 


AYKU 


Brunswick, c 


AXYK 


P. Guanica. 


AYEV 


Havre du Robert. 


AYKX 


Altamaha R. 


AXYM 


Leeward Is. 


AYEX 
AYEZ 


Francois. 
Marin. 


AYLD 
AYLG 


Doboy Sound. 
Wolf I. 


AXYO 


Virgin Is. 


AYFC 


Le Diamant, or, Dia- 


AYLJ 


Sapelo. 


AXYQ 


Culebra./ 




mond Rock. 


AYLM 


St. Catherine Sound. 



a Signifles an International SignalStation; 6 a TimeSignal Station; ca. Weather, Tide, or Ice Signal Station; d a Life-Saving Station; 
* e-aLloyd'sSignalStation;/a Wireless Telegraph Station. 



134 



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Part I. 







EAST COAST UNITED STATES 






J^YLP 


Med way R. 


AYTX 


Chbwan R. 


AZDX 


Havre de Grace. 


AYLS 


Ossabaw Sound. 


AYUD 


Elizabeth City.c 


AZED 


Susquehanna R. 


AYLV 


Ogeechee R. 


AYUG 


Dismal Swamp Canal. 


AZEG 


North East R. 


AYMB 


Hardwick. 


AYUJ 


Wade Pt. 


AZEJ 


ElkR. 


AYME 


Vernon R. 


AYUM 


North R. 


AZEM 


French Town. 


aYmh 


Warsaw Sound. 






AZEP 


Sassafras R. 


AYMK 


Wilmington. 


AYUP 


Virginia. 


AZES 


Chester R. 


AYMN 


Savannah. 6 c/ 


AYUS 


False Co d 


AZEV 


Kent I. 


AYMQ 


Tybee. c 


AYUV 


Chesapeake B. 


AZEY 


Tred Haven Creek. 


AYMT 


Oyster Beds. 


AYVB 


C. Henry.a c d 


AZFB 


Sharps I. 


AYMW 


Cockspur I. 


AYVE 


Lynn Haven. 


AZFE 


Choptank R. 


AYNO 


F. Jackson. 


AYVH 


F. Monroe.c 


AZFH 


Castle Haven. 






AYVK 


Old Pt. Comfort. 


AZFK 


Honga R. 


AYNF 


South Carolina. 


AYVN 


Hampton Roads. 


AZFN 


Hooper Str. 


AYNI 


P. Royal.c 


AYVQ 


Craney I. 


AZPQ 


Nanticoke R. 


AYNL 


Martins Industry Lt. V. 


AYVT 


Elizabeth R. 


AZFT 


Monie B. 


AYNO 


Paris I. 


AYVW 


NoRroLK.6 cf 


AZFW 


Manokin R. 


AYNR 


Hilton Head I. 


AYVZ 


Portsmouth. 


AZGC 


• Somers Cove. 


AYNU 


Beaufort. / 


AYWC 


Norfolk Navy Yard. 


AZGF 


Pocomoke R. 


AYNX 


St. Helena Sound. 


AYWF 


Chesapeake and Albe- 
marle Canal. 


AZGI 


Tangier I. 


AYOD 


Combaliee R. 




AZGL 


Cherrystone Inlet. 


AYOG 


Hunting I. 


AYWi 


Nailsemond R. 


•AZGO 


C. Charles.a d 


AYOJ 


Poti-pon R. 


AYWL 


James R. 


AZGP 


C. Charles Lt. V. 


AYOM 


Edisto R. 


AYWO 


Petersburg. 


AZGR 


Machipongo Inlets. 


AYOP 


Stono Inlet. 


AYWR 


Newport News. 6 c 


AZGU 


Chincoteague Inlet. 


AYOQ 


Charleston Lt. V. 


AYWU 


Appomattox R. 


AZGX 


Assateague.o d 


AYOS 


Chahlbston.c/ 


AYWX 


City Pt. 


AZHD 


Winter Quarter Sh.Lt.V. 


AYOV 


F. Sumter. 


AYXD 


Richmond. 


AZHG 


Ocean City.a d 
Fenwick 1. Sh. Lt. V. 


AYPB 


MoultrieviUe.a c d 


AYXG 


Back R. 


AZHJ 


AYPE 


Ashley R. 


AYXJ 


York R. 






AYPH 


Cooper R. 


AYXL 


Yorktown. 


AZHM 


Delaware. 


AYPK 


Wando R. 


AYXM 


West Pt. (York R.). 


AZHP 


Five Fathom Bank Lt. 


AYPN 


Rattlesnake Sh. 


AYXP 


Delaware. 




V. 


AYPQ 


Bull B. 


AYXS 


New Pt. Comfort. 


AZHQ 


North-East End Lt. V. 


AYPT 


C. Remain. 


AYXV 


Wolf Trap Shs. 


AZHS 


C. Henlopen.a df 


AYPW 


Racoon cay. 


AYZB 


Piankatank R. 


AZHV 


Breakwater Hr. 


AYPZ 


Peedee R. 


AYZE 


Rappahannock R. 
Windmill Pt. 


AZHY 


Delaware Breakwater.a c 


AYQC 


Georgetown, c 


AYZH 


AZIB 


Lewes.a d 


AYQF 


Columbia (Congaree R.) 


AYZK 


Corrotoman R. 


AZIE 


Brandywine Sh. 






AYZN 


Fredericksburg 


AZIH 


Fourteen-feet Bank. 


AYQI 


North Carolina. 


AYZQ 


Potomac R. 


AZIK 


Mispillion Creek. 


AYQL 


C. Fear.a d 


i AYZT 


Piney Pt. 


AZIN 


Cross Ledge Sh. 


AYQO 


Bald Head Ch. 


AYZW 


Blakistone I. 


AZIQ 


Ship John Sh. 


AYQR 


Frying-pan Shs. Lt. V. 


! AYZX 


St. Clement B. 


AZIT 


Bombay Hook. 


AYQU 


Federal Pt. 


AZBD 


Chaptico. 


AZIW 


Reedy I.c 


AYQX 


Oak I.c d 


AZBG 


Leonardstown B. 


AZJC 


Delaware City. 


AYRD 


Wilmington, c 


AZBJ 


Wicomico R. 


AZJF 


New Castle. 


AYRG 


Beaufort. c/ 


AZBM 


Mathias Pt. 


AZJI 


Christiana Creek. 


AYRJ 


Morehead City.i) 


AZBP 


P. Tobacco R. 


AZJL 


Wilmington. 
Marcus Hook. 


AYRM 


C. Lookout. c d 


AZBS 


Upper Cedar Pt. 
Maryland Pt. 


AZJO 


AYRP 


Core Sound.c d 


AZBV 






AYRS 


Ocracoke Inlet.o d 


AZBY 


Mt. Vernon. 


AZJR 


Pennsylvania. c 


AYRV 


Neuse R. 


AZCB 


F. Washington. 


AZJU 


Chester. 


AYSB 


New Beme.c 


AZCE 


Alexandria. 


AZJX 


Schuylkill. 


AYSE 


Goldsboro. 






AZKD 


League I. 


AYSH 


Raleigh. 


AZCH 


Washington, D. C.6/ 


AZKG 


Philadelphia. 6/ 


AYSK 


Hayti. 








AYSN 


Bay R. 


AZCK 


District op Columbia. 


AZKJ 


New Jersey. 


AYSQ 


Pamplico. 






AZKM 


Trenton. 


AYST 


Bath. 


AZCN 


United States. 


AZKP 


Bordentown. 


AYSW 


Washington.c 






AZKS 


Burlington. 


AYSZ 


Hatteraa Inlet.o d 


AZCQ 


Maryland. 


AZKV 


Camden. 


AYTB 


Diamond Shoal Lt.V.c/ 


AZCT 


Patuxent R. 


AZKY 


Gloucester. 


AYTC 


C Hatteras.a c df 
Oregon Inlet.o a 


AZDC 


Jones Point. 


AZLB 


Billingsport. 
Penn Grove. 


AYTF 


AZDF 


Baltimore. 6 c 


AZLE 


AYTI 


Bodie I. a d 


AZDI 


Thomas Pt. 


AZLH 


Salem. 


AYTL 


Albemarle Sound. 


AZDL 


Annapolis. c/ 


AZLK 


Cohansey. 


AYTO 


Plymouth. 


AZDO 


Severn R. 


AZLN 


Maurice R.^ 


AYTR 


Roanoke R. 


AZDR 


Magothy R. 


AZLQ 


C. MAY.acd/ 
Hereford Inlet.o c d 


AYTU 


Eden ton. c 


AZDU 


Patapsco R. 


AZLT 



a Signifies an International Signal Station 

ea I." 



V ''a Time Signal Station; c a Weather, Tide, or Ice Signal Station; d a Lile-Saving Station; 
-loyd's Signal Station; /a Wireless Telegraph Station. 



PaRT^I. GEOGKAPHICAL signals — PLACES GEOGRAPHICALLY ARRANGED. 



135 



EAST COAST UNITED STATES. 


AZLW 


Ludlam Beach. 


AZTJ 


New Haven.c 


BAEM 


Handkerchief Lt. V. 


AZMC 


Atlantic City .a df 


AZTM 


Falkner I. 


BAEP 


Shovelful Sh.'Lt. V. 


AZMF 


Absecon.o d 


AZTO 


Cornfield Pt. Lt. V. 


BAES 


Cross Rip Lt. V. 


AZMI 


Tucker Beach. 


AZTP 


Bartlett Reef Lt. V. 


BAEV 


Succonnesset Sh. Lt. V. 


AZML 


Little Egg Hr.o c d 


AZTS 


New London.c 


BAEY 


Nantucket.c/ 
Nantucket Sh. Lt. V.c/ 


AZMO 


Bamegat.d 

Long Branch.a c d 


AZTV 


Thames R. 


BAFE 


AZMR 


AZTY 


Race Rock. 


BAJ^'H 


Sankaty Hd. 


AZMS 


Fire I. Lt. V. 


AZUB 


Ram I. Reef Lt. V. 


BAFK 


Great Round Sh. Lt. V. 


AZMU 


Navesink. 


AZUE 


Latimer Reef. 


BAFN 


Pollock Rip Lt. V. 


AZMX 


Sandy Hook.a c df 
Sandy Hook Lt. V. 


AZUH 


Fisher \.ad 


BAFQ 


Nauset Beach.orf 


AZMY 


AZUK 


Stonington.c 


BAFW 


C. Cod (Highlands).ad/ 


AZNB 


Scotland Lt. V. 


AZUN 


Watch Hill Pt.a rf 


BAFZ 


Race Pt.a c d 


AZND 


Gedney Ch. 






BAGC 


WoodEnd.arf 


AZNG 


Raritan 


AZUQ 


Rhode Island. 


BAGF 


Provincetown Hr.c 


AZNJ 


Staten I. 


AZUT 


Block I.acrf/ 


BAGI 


Long Pt. 


AZNM 


Narrows. 


AZUW 


Judith Pt.a erf/ 


BAGL 


Billingsgate I. 


AZNP 


Stapleton. 


AZVO 


Whale Rock. 


BAGO 


Barnstable. 


AZNS 


TompkinsviUe. 


AZVF 


Narragansett B .a c li 


BAGR 


Plymouth. 


AZNV 


New Brighton. 
Elizabethtown. 


AZVI 


Dutch I. 


BAjSU 


Duxbury Pier. 


AZNY 


AZVL 


Conanicut I. 


BAGX 


Minots Ledge. 
Boston Lt. V. 


AZOB 


Newark. 


AZVO 


Wickford. 


BAGY 


AZOE 


Bergen. 
Robbins Reef Lt. 


AZVR 


Conimicut Pt. 


BAHD 


Deer I. 


AZOF 


AZVU 


Greenwich. 


BAHG 


Long Island Hd. 
Hull.c 


AZOH 


Bedloe I. 


AZVX 


Sabine Pt. 


BAHJ 


AZOK 


Jersey'City./ 
Hudson City. 


AZWD 


Pawtuxet. 


BAHM 


Hingham. 


AZON 


AZWG 


Fuller Rock. 


BAHP 


Neponset. 


AZOQ 


Hoboken. 


AZWJ 


Pbovidbnce.c/ 


BAHS 


BosTON.afecd/ 


AZOR 


Harlem. 


AZWM 


Warren. 


BAHV 


Charlestown. 






AZWP 


Hog I. Lt. V. 


BAHY 


Medford. 


AZOS 


New York State. 


AZWS 


Bristol. 


BAIE 


Winnissimmet. 


AZOT 


New York City.a 6 cf 


AZWV 


Prudence I. 


BAIH 


Egg Rock. 


AZOW 


Hudson R. 


AZWY 


Taunton R. 


BAIK 


Lynn. 


AZPC 


Governors I.c 


AZXB 


Fall River, Mass.c 


BAIN 


Nahant. 






AZXE 


Newport. 6 c/ 


BAIQ 


Marblehead.c 


AZPF 


Brooklyn. 


AZXH 


Goat I. 


BAIT 


Salem. 


AZPI 


East R. 


AZXK 


Brenton Reef Lt. V. 


BAIW 


Baker I. 


AZPL 


Long I. 


AZXN 


Sakonnet Ch. 


BAIZ 


Gloucester.c 


AZPO 


Astoria. i 






BAJC 


Eastern Pt. 


AZPR 


Hell Gate. 


AZXQ 


Massachusetts. 


BAJF 


C. Ann. 


■ AZPS 


Harlem Ship Canal. ' 


AZXT 


Hen and Chickens Reef 


BAJI 


Straitsmouth \.ad 


AZPU 


P. Morris. 




Lt. V. 


BAJL 


Annisquam. 
Ipswich. 
Newburyport.a c d 


AZPX 


Coney I. a c d 


AZXW 


Buzzard '^. 


BAJO 


AZQD 


Brighton. 


AZYC 


Dumpling Rock. 


BAJR 


AZQG 


Manhattan Beach.c 


AZYF 


Clark Pt. 






AZQJ 


Fire I.o df 


AZYI 


New Bbdpohd.c 


BAJU 


New Hampshire. 


AZQK 


Long Island Sound. 


AZYL 


Palmer I. 


BAJX 


Hampton. 


AZQM 


Montauk Pt.a d 


AZYO 


Fairhaven. 


BAKD 


Isle of Shoal, Me.c 


AZQP 


Sands Pt. 


AZYR 


Mattapoiset. 
Bird I. 


BAKG 


PORTSMOUTH.c/ 


AZQS 


Gardiner I. 


AZYU 


BAKJ 


Concord. 


AZQV 


Plum I. 


AZYX 


Sippican. 
Wings Neck. 


BAKM 


Piscataqua R. 


AZQY 


Little GuU I. 


BACD 






AZRB 


SagHr. 


BACF 


Cuttyhunk.a c d 


BAKP 


Maine. 


AZRE 


Peconic B. 


BACI 


Vineyard Sound Lt. V. 


BAKS 


Boon I. 


AZRH 


Greenport. 




(Sow and Pigs). 


BAKV 


York R. 


AZRK 


Southold. 


BACL 


Tarpaulin Cove.c 


BAICY 


C. Neddick (Knubble). 


AZRN 


James P. 


BACO 


Nobska Pt.c 


BALE 


Kennebunk. 


AZRQ 


Riverhead. 


BACR 


Woods HoU.c 


BALH 


Augusta. 


AZRT 


Huntington. 
Oyster B. 


BACU 


Marthas Vineyard. 


BALK 


Goat 1." 


AZRW 


BACX 


Gay Hd.a d 


BALN 


Porpoise Hr. 


AZSC 


Hempstead. 


BADC 


West Chop Pt.c 
Vineyard Haven. 


BALQ 


Wood I. 


AZSF 


Throgs Neck. 


BADF 


BALT 


Saco. 


AZSI 


Execution Rocks. 


BADI 


East Chop Pt.c 


BALW 


C. Elizabeth.a df 


AZSL 


Great Captain I. 


BADL 


Edgar Town. 


BALZ 


Casco B. 






BADO 


Cottage City. 


BAMC 


PORTLAND.C 


AZSO 


Connecticut. 


BADR 


C. Poge. 


BAMF 


Halfway Rock. 
Seguin I. 


AZSR 


Stamford Hr. 


BADU 


Bishop and Clerks. 


BAMI 


AZSU 


Norwalk. 


BADX 


Hyannis.c 


BAML 


Kennebec R. 


AZSX 


Black Rock Hr. 


BAED 


BassR. 


BAMO 


Pond I. 


AZTD 


Brideeport.c f 


BAEG 


Chatham.a c d 


BAMR 


Bath. 


AZTG 


Stratford Shs. 


BAEJ 


Monomoy Pt. acd 


BAMU 


Wiscasset. 



o Sienlfles an International Signal Station; 5 a Time Signal Station; c a Weather, Tide, or Ice Signal Station; d a Life-Saving Station; 

c a Lloyd's Signal Station; /a Wireleaa Telegraph Station. 



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CANADA. 


BAMX 


^Hendrick Hd. 


BAVI 


Avery Rock. 


BCFJ 


Prim Pt. 


BAND 


'Damariecotta. 


BAVL 


Machiasport.c 


BCFM 


Petit Passage. 


BANG 


Medomak R. 


BAVO 


Machias. 


BCFP 


Boars Hd. 


BANJ 


St. George R. 


BAVR 


Quoddy Head.a cd 


BCFS 


Brier I. 


BANM 


Thomaston. 


BAVU 


Welehpool. 
Lubeck. 


BCFV 


St. Mary B. 


BANP 


Burnt l.ad 


BAVX 


BCFY- 


Weymouth. 


BANS 


Townsend. 


BAWC 


Eastport.c 
St. Croix R. 


BCGE 


Siflsibou R. 


BANV 


Pemaquid Pt. 
Franklin I. 


BAWF 


BCGH 


Church Pt. 


BANY 


BAWI 


St. Stephen. 


BCGK 


Yarmouth.c 


BAOB 


Monhegan I. 
Marshall Pt.c 






BCGN 


C. Fourchu. 


BADE 


BAWL 


Canada. 


BCGQ 


'Peases I. 


BAOH 


Tennant Hr. 






BCGT 


Seal I. d 


BAOK 


Whitehead l.acd 


BAWO 


New Brunswick. 


BCGW 


Tusket R. 


BAON 


Matinicus Rock. 


BAWR 


Passamaquoddy B. 


BCGZ 


Argyle. 


BAOQ 


Owls Hd. 


BAWU 


St. Andrew.c 


BCHF 


Pubnico Hr. 


BAOT 


Rockland. 


BAWX 


Digdequash R. 


BCHI- 


Bon Portage I. 


BAOW 


Rockport. 


BAXD 


St. Geoi^e. 


BCHT. 


C. Sable.cf/ 


BAOZ 


Indian I. 


BAXG 


L'Etang Hr. 


BCHO 


Barrington B. 


BAPC 


Negro I. 


BAXJ 


Campobello I. 
Machias Seal I. 


BCHR 


Baccaro Pt. 


BAPF 


Camden. 


BAXM 


BCHU 


P. Latour. 


BAPI 


Northaven. 


BAXP 


Gannet Rock. 


BCHX 


Negro I.rf 


BAPL 


Grindel Pt. 


BAXS 


Grand Manan I. 


BCIA 


Shblburne. 


BAPO 


Belfast. 


BAXV 


Wolves Is. 


BCID 


C. Roseway. 


BAPR 


Searsport. 


BAXY 


Beaver Hr. 


BCIG 


Jordon R. 


BAPU 


Stockton. 


BAYE 


B. OF FUNDY. 


BCIJ 


Green Hr. 


BAPX 


Winterport. 


BAYH 


Lepreau Pt.c 


BCIM 


Ragged Island Hr. 
Gull Rock. 


BAQD 


Bangor.c 


BAYK 


Musquash Hr. 
St. JoHN.fcc/' 


BCIP 


BAQG 


Brewer. 


BAYN 


BCIS 


P. Hebert. 


BAQJ 
BAQM 


Bucksport. 
Orland. 


BAYQ 
BAYT 


Partridge I. 
C. Spencer. 


BCIV 
BCIY 


Little Hope Islet. 
Mouton T.d 


BAQP 


Dice Hd. 


BAYW 


.Quaco. 


BCJE 


Liverpool.c 


BAQS 


Castine. 


BAYZ 


C. Enrage. 


BtJH 


Coffins I. 


BAQV 


Penobscot. 


BAZC 


Chignecto B. 


BCJK 


Medway. 


BAQY 


Pumpkin I. 


BAZF 


Harvey Comer. 


BCJN 


La Have R. 


BARB 


Eggemoggin Reach. 


BAZI 


Grindstone I. 


BCJQ 


Bridgewater. 


BARE 


Eagle I. 


BAZL 


Petitcodiac R. 


BCJT 


West Ironbound I. 


BARH 


Deer I. 


BAZO 


Polly Pt. 


BCJW 


Lunenburg. 


BARK 


Heron Neck (Green I). 


BAZR 


Hillsborough. 


BCJZ 


Cross I. 


BARN 


Saddleback Ledge. 


BAZU 


Moncton. 


BCKA 


Green I. (Nova Scotia). . 


BARQ 


Blue Hill B. 


BAZX 


Salisbury. 


BCKF 


Mahone. 


BART 


Mt. Desert Rk. 






BCKI 


Quaker I. 


BARW 


Surry. 


BOAD 


Nova Scotia. 


BCKL 


Chester. 


BARZ 


Ellsworth. 


BCAE 


Charters Comer. 


BCKO 


East Ironbound I. 


BASO 


Union River B. 


BCAH 


Dorchester. 


BCER 


St. Margaret B. 


BASF 


Great Duck I. 


BCAK 


Sackville. 


BCKU 


Hubbard Cove. 


BASI 


Baker I. 


BCAN 


Cumberland Basin. 


BOKX 


Crouchers I. 


BASL 


Somes Hr. 


BCAQ 


Marine Transport Rail- 


BCLA 


Dover. 


BASO 


BarHr. 




Way. 


BCLD 


Betty I. 


BASR 


Frenchman B. 


BCAT 


Amherst. 


BCLG 


Turner B. 


BASU 


Skilling R. 


BCAW 


South Joggins. 


BCLJ 


Sambro I. 


BASX 


Sullivan. 


BCAZ, 


Apple Hd. 
Haute I. 


BGLM 


Chebucto Hd. 


BATD 


Stave I. 


BCDA 






BATG 


Winter Hr. 


BCDE 


C. d'Or. 


BCLN 


Sable I.clf 


BATH 


Egg Rock. 


BCDH 


Black Rock. 






BATJ 


Prospect Hr. 
Gouldsborough. 


BCDK 


C. Split. 


BCLP 


KAUTAX.bcdf 


BATM 


BCDN 


Basin op Mines. 


BCLS 


Bedford Basin. 


BATP 


Dyer B. 


BCDQ 


Parrsboro. , 


BCLV 


Dartmouth. 


BATS 


Petit "Man AN. 


BCDT 


Cobequid B. 


BCLY 


George I. 


BATV 


Narraguagus R. 


BCDW 


Tmro. 


BCME 


Mauger Beach Lt. 
Devfll.tf 


BATY 


MUlbridige. 


BCDZ 


Shubenacadie R. 


BCMH 


BAUE 


Cherryfield. 


BCEF 


Bumtcoat Hd. 


BCMK 


Jeddore Rock. 


BAUH 


Harrington. 


BCEI 


Walton. 


BCMN 


Egg I. 
Ship Hr. 


BAUK 


Pleasant R. 


BGEL 


Avon R. 


BCMQ 


BAUN 


Addison Pt. 


BCEO 


Kingsport. 


BCMT 


Pope Hr. 


BAUQ 


Columbia Falls. 


BCER 


Canning. 


BCMW 


Sheet Hr. 


BAUT 


Nash I. 


BCEU 


Horton. 


BCMX 


Sheet Rock. 


BAUW 


Moose Peak (Mistake I). 


BCEX 


Windsor. 


BCMZ 


Beaver I. 


BAUZ 


Moose-a-bec Reach. 


BCFA 


P. Lome. 


BONF 


Newtonquaddy. 


BAVC 


Chandler B. 


BCFD 


Annapolis. 


BCNI 


Liscomb 'Hr.c 


BAVP 


Libby I. 


BCFG 


Digby.c 


BCNL 


Wedge I. 



a Signifies an International Signal Station; 6 a Time Signal Station; c a Weather, Tide, or Ice Signal Station ; d a Lite-Saving Statlbn; 

e a Lloyd's Signal Station; /a Wireless Telegraph Station. 



Part- I. CfEOGRAPHICAL SIGNALS-^PLAOES GEOGRAPHICALLY ARRANGED. 



137 



GULP AND RIVER OP ST. LAWRENCE. 



BONO 

BCNR 

BCNU 

BCNX 

BCOA 

BCOD 

BCOE 

BCOG 

BCOJ 

BOOM 

BCOP 

BCOS 

BCOV 

BCOY 

BCPE 

BCPH 

BCPK 

BCPN 

BCPQ 

BCPT 

BCPW 

BCPZ 

BCQF 

BCQI 

BCQL 

BCQO 

BCQR 

BCQU 

BCQX 

BORA 

BCRD 

BCRG 

BCRJ 

BCRM 

BCRP 

BCRS 

BCRV 

BCRY 

BCSE 

BCSH 

BCSK 

BCSN 

BCSQ 

BCST 

BCSW 

BCSZ 

BCTF 

BCTI 

BCTL 

BCTO 

BCTR 

BCTU 

BCTX 

BCUA 

BCUD 

BCUG 

BCUJ 

BCUM 

BCUP 

BCUS 

BCUV 

BCUY 

BCVE 

BCVH 

BCVK 

BCVN 

BCVQ 

BCVT 

BCVW 

BtlVZ 



St. Mary R. 
Shefbrooke. 
Country Hr. 
Isaac Hr. 
Green I. 
TorB. 
Berry Hd. 
Whitehead I.e 
Oanso.c 
Cranberry I. 
Crow Hr. 
Chedabucto B. 
Guysborough. 
Gut of Canso. 
'Eddy Pt. 
P. Mulgrave. 
Havre Bouche. 
Cape Breton Island. 
P. Hastings. 
P. Hawkesbury. 
Habitants Hr. 
Arichat. 
Creighton Hd. 
Green I. 
C. Round. 
Big Arrow I. 
St. Peter B. 
Haulover Isthmus. 
M'Kenzie Pt. 
Ouetique I. 
St. Esprit. 
Guyon I. 
LouisBURG Hr. 
Scatari l.d 
Menadou Passage. 
Mira. 
.Flint I. 
C. Percy. 
Schooner Cove. 
Liiigan Hd. 
Bridgeport. a 
FlatPt.a 
North Sidney .c 
Victoria Pier. 
Sydney. 
Battery Pt. 
Bird Rock. 
P. Aconia. 
Bras d'Or. 
St. Andrew Ch. 
Blackrock Pt. 
Barra Str. 
Mac Kinnon Hr. 
Bird I. Lt. (Ciboux I). 
St. Anne Hr. 
Ingonish. 
C. North. 
Meat Cove. a 
C. St. Lawrence.e 
St. Paull.rfe 
Cabot Str. 
Ghetican Pt. 
Sea Wolf I. 
Mabou. 
P. Hood. 
George B. 
Tracadie. 
Pomquet. 
Antigonish. 
C. George. 



BCWF 
BCWI 
BCWL 
BCWO 

BCWR 

BCWU 

BCWX 

BCXA 

BCXD 

BCXG 

BCXJ 

BCXM 

BCXP 

BCXS 

BCXV 

BCXY 

BCYE 

BCYH 

BCYJ 

BCYK 

BCYN 

BCYQ 

BCYT 

BCYW 

BCYZ 

BCZF 

BCZI 

BCZL 

BCZO 

BCZR 

BCZU 

BCZX 

BDAC 

BDAF 

BDAI 

BDAL 

BDAO 

BDAR 

BDAU 

BDAX 

BDCA 

BDCG 

BDCJ 

BDCM 

BDCP 

BDCS 

BDCV 

BDCY 

BDEA 

BDEG 

BDEJ 

BDEM 

BDEP 

BDES 

BDEV 

BDEY 

BDFE 

BDFH 

BDFK 

BDFN 

BDFO . 

BDFQ 

BDFT 

BDFW 

BDFZ 



Merigoaiish. 
Pictou. 
East Arm. 
New Glasgow. 

. Northumberland Str. 
Caribou. 
Amet Isle. 
Tatamagouche. 
John 'R. 
Wallace. 
Pug wash. 
Cold Spring Hd. 

B. Verte. 

C. Tormentine. d 
Jourimain I. 
Shemogue. 
Shediac. 
Cassie Pt. 
Cocague. 
Buctouche R. 
Richibucto Hd. 
Liverpool. 

St. Louis. 

Prince Edward I. 

West Pt. 

C. Egmont. 

Bedeque B. 

Summerside. 

C. Traverse. 

Tryon. 

Crapaud. 

Hillsborough B. 

Charlotte Town. 

Haszard Pt. 

Prim Pt. 

C. Bear./ 

Murray Hr. c 

Cardigan B. 

George Town. 

St. Andrew Pt. 

Panmure Hd. 

Boughton R. 

Colville R. 

Souris. 

East Pt. 

St. Peter Hr. 

Tracadie. 

Grand Rustico. 

Grenville Hr. 

Stanley R. 

Billhook I. 

Richmond Hr. 

Malpeque. 

Cascumpeque Hr. 

Alberton. 

Tignish. 

North Pt. 

Magdalen Is. 

Entry I. 

Amherst Hr. 

South Pt. (Amherst I.), e 

Grindstone I. 

Grosse La 

Etang du Nord. a 

Great Bird Rock. 



BDGC G. OF St. Lawrence. 



BDGF 
BDGI 

b'dgl 

BDGO 

BDGR 

BBGU 

BDGV 

BDGX 

BDHA 

BDHG 

BDHJ 

BDHM 

BDHP 

BDHS 

BDHV 

BDHY 

BDIE 

BDIH 

BDIK 

BDIN 

BDIQ 

BDIT 

BDIW 

BDIZ 

BDJC 

BDJF 

BDJI 

BDJL 

BDJC 

BDJR 

BDJU 

BDJX 

BDKA 

BDKE 

BDKG 

BDKJ 

BDKM 

BDKP 

BDKS 

BDKT 

BDKU 

BDKV 

BDKY 

BDLE 

BDLH 

BDLK 

BDLN 

BDLQ 

BDLT 

BDLW 

BDLZ 

BDMC 

BDMF 

BDMI 

BDML 

BDMO 

BDMR 

BDMU 

BDMX 

BDNA 

BDNG 

BDNJ 

BDNM 

BDNP 

BDNS 

BDNV 

BDNY 






MlRAMIOHI B. 

Escuminac Pt. a 

Preston beach Lts. 

Fox I. 

Vinl. 

Portage I. 

Miramichi B. Lt. V. 

Sheldrake I. 

Grant beach Lts. 

Chatham. 

Newcastle. 

Nelson Town. 

Neguac gully. 

Tracadie. 

Pokemouche. 

Birch Pt. a 

Miscou Hr. o 

Pokesudi I. Lt. 

Caraquette I. 

Shippigan. 

Chaleur B. 

Clifton. 

Nipisighit p. 

Bathurst. 

Petit Rocher Lt. 

Little Belledune Pt. 

Heron I. 

Dalhousie. 

Restigou(*he-R. 

Campbell town. 

New Carlisle. 

Richmond. 

Carleton. 

Pasbebiac. 

Maquereau Pt.a 

Pabou. 

C. d'Espoir. a 

Perc^. 

Pt. Peter (Flat I.). 

C. Gasp6. 

Gasp^B. Lt. V. 

Gasp6. 

C. Rozier. e 

Fame Pt. ef 

Anticosti I. 
Heath'Pt.cdc/ 
Bagot Pt. d 
Salt Lake B. 
South Pt. e 
South West Pt. c e 
Ellis B. 
West Pt. e 

St. Lawrence R. 
Natashquan R. 
Mingan Hr. 
Perroquets Lt. 
Manitou R. 
Seven LB./ 
EggL 

C. Magdalen, e 
Martin R. a 
C. Chatte. a 
Pt. de Monts. a 
Matane. a 
Metis Pt. o 
Manicouamn. a 
Bersimis R. 



o Signifies an International Signal Station ; 6 a Time Signal Station ; c a Weather, Tide, or Ice Signal Station; d a Life-Saving Station; 

e a Lloyd's Signal Station; /a Wireless Telegraph Station. 



138. 



GEOGRAPHICAL SIGNALS — PLACES GEOGRAPHICALLY ARRANGED. 



Part I. 



GREAT LAKES. 



NEWFOUNDLAND. 



BDOE 

BDOH 

BDOK 

BDON 

BDOQ 

BDOT 

BDOW 

BDOX 

BDOZ 

BDPC 

BDPF 

BDPI 

BDPL 

BDPM 

BDPO 

BDPR 

BDPU 

BDPX 

BDQA 

BDQG 

BDQJ 

BDQM 

BDQP 

BDQS 

BDQV 

BDQY 

BDRE 

BDRH 

BDRK 

BDRN 

BDRQ 

BDRT 

BDRW 

BDRZ 

BDSC 

BDSF 

BDSI 

BDSL 

BDSO 

BDSR 

BDSU 

BDSX 

BDTA 

BDTG 

BDTJ 

BDTM 

BDTN 

BDTP 

BDTS 

BDTV 

BDTY 

BDUE 

BDUH 

BDUK 

,BDUN 

BDUO 

BDUQ 

BDUT 

BDUW 

BDUZ 

BDVO 

BDVF 

BDVI 

BDVL 

BDVO 

BDVR 

BDVU 

BDVX 



Father Pt. a/ 

P. Neuf. a 

Pilot Station. 

RiMOUSKi. a 

Bicquette I. 

Bid. 

Red Islet Bank Lt. V. 

Red Islet Lt. 

Saguenay R. 

Tadousac. 

Chicoutimi. 

Green I. 

Rivifere du Loup, a 

White I. Reef Lt. V. 

Brandy Pots, a 

Long Pilgrim I. 

Grand I. 

Kamouraska. 

Orignaux Pt. 

Goose C. 

Coudres I. 

Ouelle R. 

St. Paul B. 

Lower Traverse Lt.V. 

Uf per Traverse Lt. V. 

Stone Pillar. 

Beaujeu Ch. 

St. Ignace. 

L' Islet, u 

Crane I. 

St. Thomas. 

Grosse Isle, a 

0. Brulg. 

Orleans I. 

St. Francois. 

Bellechasse I. 

St. Jean. 

St. Laurent. 

St. Pamille. 

St. Pierre. 

L'Ange Gardien. 

Beauport. 

Quebec, b 

Levis. 

New Liverpool. 

Carouge R. 

Trembles Sh. 

Portneuf. 

Champlain. 

Three Rivers. 

P. St. Francis. 

Sorel. 

Richelieu I. 

Longueuil. 

Maisonneuve. 

Ottawa. 

Montreal, b 

Lachine Canal. 

Cornwall. 

Morrisburg. 

Waddington. 

Matilda. 

Edwardsburg. 

Ogdensburg. c 

Prescott. 

Morristown. 

Brockville. 

The Thousand Is. 



BDWA 
BDWG 

BDWJ 

BDWM 

BDWP 

BDWS 

BDWV 

BDWY 

BDXE 

BDXH 

BDXK 

BDXN 

BDXQ 

BDXT 

BDXW 

BDXZ 

BDYC 

BDYF 

BDYI 

BDYL 

BDYO 

BDYR 

BDYU 

BDYX 

BDZA 

BDZG 

BDZJ 

BDZM 

BDZP 
BDZS 
BDZV 
BDZY 
BEAC 
BEAF 
BEAI 
BEAL 
BEAO 
BEAR 
BEAU 
•BEAX 
BECD 
BECH 
BECK 
BECN 
BECO 
BECT 
BECW 
BECZ 
BEDC 
BEDG 
BED J 
BEDM 
BEDP 
BEDS 
BEDV 
BEDY 

BEFD 
BEFH 
BEFK 
BEEN 

BEFQ 
BEFR 
BEFT 
BEFW 
BEFZ 



Clayton. 
C. Vincent, c 

Lake Ontario. 

Kingston. 
Napanee R. 
Belleville. 
Pigeon I. 
False Duck I. 
Peter Pt. 
Eggl. 

Newcastle Hr. 
Coburg. 
P. Hope. 
Toronto. 
Hamilton. 
P. Dalhousie. 
Welland, Canal. 
Niagara, d 
Lewiston. 
Genesee R. 
Soduspoint. c 
Glasgow. 
Fair Haven, c 
Oswego, c d 
Stony Pt. 
Galloo I. 
Saeketts Hr. c 
Tibbett Pt. 

Lake Erie. 
Buffalo, b cdf 
P. Colbome. 
Mohawk I. 
P. Maitland. 
Long Pt. 
P. Burwell. 
P. Stanley. 
Pt. PeWe. 
Gibraltar. 
Trenton. 
Wyandotte, 
Windsor. 
Detroit./ 
Michigan State. 
Monroe. 
Toledo. 
Ohio. 

West Sister I. 
P. Clinton. 
Strontian I. 
Marblehead. d 
Sandusky. 
Vermilion. ■ 
Lorain, c 
Cleveland, c df 
Ashtabula, c d 
Erie City, d 

Dunkirk. 
Lake St. Clair. 
Marine City. 
St. Clair. 

Lake Huron. 
P. Huron, cf 
Sarnia. 
Gratiot F. 
Ottawa. 



BEGA 
BEGF 
BEGI. 
BEGL 
BEGO 
BEGR 

BEGU 

BEGX 

BEHC 

BEHG 

BEHJ 

BEHM 

BEHP 

BEHS 

BEHV 

BEHY 

BEID 

BEIH 

BEIK 

BEIN 

BEIQ 

BEIT 

BEIW 

BEIZ 

BEJA 

BEJF 

BEJI 

BEJL 

BEJO 

BEJR 

BEJU 

BEJX 

BEKC 

BEKG 

BEKJ 

BEKM 

BEKP 

BEKS 

BEKV 

BEKY 

BELD 

BELH 

BELK 

BELN 

BELQ 

BELT 

BELW 

BELZ 

BEMA 

BEMF 

BEMI 

BEML 

BEMO 

BEMR 

BEMU 

BEMV 

BEMW 

BEMX 

BENC 

BENG 

BENJ 

BENM 

BENP 

BENS 

BENV 

BENY 

BEOD 



Bajr City. 
Saginaw B. 
Thunder B. erf 
Alpena. c 
Duncan City. 
Detour Passage. 

Mississau^a I. 
Manitoulin I. 
Southampton. 
Kincardine. 
Goderich. 
Georgian B. 
Collingwood. 
Matchedash B. 
Parry. 

Lake Michigan. 
Green Bay. c 
Kewaunee, d 
Manitowoc. 
Sheboy^n. d 
P. Washington. 
Milwaukee, c d 
Racine, d 
Kenosha, d 
Waukegan. 
Evanston. d 
Chicago, d 
Illinois. 
Calumet. 

Michigan City, c d 
Indiana. 
St. Joseph, d 
South Haven, d 
Saugatuck. 
Holland. 

Grand Haven, c d 
Muskegon, d 
Whitehall. 
Pentwater. d 
Ludington. d 
Manistee, c d 
Traverse City. 
St. Mary R. 
Neebish Rapids. 

Lake Superior. 
Sault Sainte Marie. 6 
Iroquois Pt. 
Corbay Pt. 
Michipicoten I. 
Battle I. 
Lamb I. 
Porphyry Pt. 
Thunder C. 
Victoria I. 
Minnesota. 
Isle Royale. 
Passage I. 

DULUTH. 6 d 

Superior City. 

Wisconsin. 

Sand I. 

Outer Apostle I. 

Michigan I. 

Chaquamegon Pt. 

Ontonagon. 

Portage Lake Canal, d 

Eagle Hr. 



o Signifles an International Signal Station; 6 a Time Signal Station ; c a Weather. Tide, or Ice Signal Station ; d a Life-Saving Station 

c a Lloyd's Signal Station; / a Wireless Telegraph Station. o^ai'" 



Part I. 



GEOGRAPHICAL SIGNALS — PLACES GEOGKAPHICALLT ARRANGED. 



139 



LABRADOR. 



ICELAND. 



BEOH 

BEOK 

BEON 

BEOQ 

BEOT 

BEOW 

BEOZ 

BEPA 

BEPF 

BEPI 

BEPL 

BEPO 

BEPR 

BEPU 

BEPX 

BEQO 

BBQG 

BEQJ 

BEQM 

BEQP 

BEQS 

BEQV 

BEQY 

BERD 

BERH 

BERK 

BERN 

BERQ 

BERT 

BERW 

BERZ 

BESF 

BEST 

BESL 

BESO 

BESU 

BESX 

BETC 

BETG 

BETJ 



eHr. 
Copper Hr. 
Manitou I. d 
Keweenaw. 
L'Anse. 
Huron I. 
Granite I. 
Marquette, d 
Grand I. 
P. au Sable. 
White Fish Pt. 
Belle Isle Sth. 
Wash-sheecootai B. 
Coacoacho B. 
Watagheistic Sound. 
Mecattina C. 
Greenly I. 
Armour Pt. o/ 
RedB. 
Chateau B./ 
Belle Isle, ef 
La Talus. 

Newfoundland. 
C. Bauld. 
Pistolet B. 
C. Norman. 
St. John B. 
Rich Pt./ 
P. Saunders. 
Ingomachoix B. 
Bonne B. a 

B. of Islands. 
P. au Port. 
St. George Hr. 

C. Ray. ef 
P. Basque, a 
Rose Blanche B. 
La Poile B. 

Boar I. (Burgeo). a 
Pass La 



BETM 

BETP 

BETS 

BETV 

BETY 

BEUD 

BEUH 

BEUK 

BEUN 

BEUQ 

BEUT 

BEUW 

BEUZ 

BEVA 

BEVF 

BEVI 

BEVL 

BEVO 

BEVR 

BEVU 

BEVX 

BEWC 

BEWG 

BEWJ 

BEWL 

BBWM 

BEWN 

BEWP 

BEWS 

BEWV 

BEWY 

BEXD 

BEXH 

BEXK 

BEXN 

BEXQ 
BEXT 
BEXV 
BEXY 
BEXZ 



Brunet I. a 
Fortune B. 
Long Hr. 

MlQUBLON. c 

St. Pierre, c 
Galantry Hd. a 
Burin I. a 
Placentia Hr. 
St. Mary, a 
C. Pine, a 
C. Race, ef 
Ferryland Hd. a 
C. Spear, o 
St. Johns, o 6 
0. St. Francis, a 
Brigus B. 
Harbour Grace. 
Carbonear I. 
Baccalieu I. a 
Trinity Hr. 
Catalina Hr. a 
0. Bonavista. a 
Little Denier I. 
Greenspond. 
Stinking I. 
Cabot I. a 
Funk I. 

Offer Wadham I. a 
Fogo Hr. • 
Toulinguet I. a 
Gull I. a 
Croc Hr. 
Betts Cove. 
Tilt Cove. 
Hare B. 

Labradok. 
St. Lewis Sound. 
Cartright Hr. 
Indian Tickle. 
Sandwich B. 



BEYA 

BEYC 

BEYF 

BEYG 

BEYH 

BEYJ 

BEYK 



BEYL 

BEYN 

BEYP 

BEYR 

BEYT 

BEYV 

BEYX 

BEYZ 

BEZA 

BEZC 

BEZF 

BEZI 

BEZK 

BEZM 

BEZO 
BEZQ 

BEZS 
BEZU 
BEZW 
BEZY 

BFAC 
BFAE 
BFAH 
BFAK 
BEAM 
BFAO 
BFAQ 
BFAS 
BFAU 



Hamilton Inlet. 

Rigoulette. 

Davis Inlet. 

Hopedale. 

Nam. 

Okkak. 

C. Chidley. 

Hudson Bat. 
F. Chime. 
Baffin Land. 
James B. 
East Main F. 
Ruperts House. 
Albany F. 
Moose F. 
Severn F. 
York Factory. 
F. Churchill. 
Chesterfield Inlet. 
Davis Str. 
Baffin B. 

Greenland. 
Godhavn (P. Lievety). 
Disko B. 
Egedesminde. 
Holsteinborg (Sisimiut). 
C. Farewell. 

Iceland. 
Reykjavik. 
Svendseyre. 
Talkna Fiord. 
Dyre Fiord. 
Oe Fiord. 
Holar. 

Seidis Fiord. 
Jan Matbn I. 



a Signifies an International Signal Station; b a Time Signal Station; c a Weather Tide or Ice Signal Station; d a Lile-Saving Station; 
* e a Lloyd's Signal Station; / a Wireless Telegrapli Station. 



i:^TERKATio:^AL CODE OF sig::^als. 



PART IL 



i:n^dex. 



GENERAL VOCABULARY AND GEOGRAPHICAL LIST. 

(141) 



PART II. 



GENERAL VOCABULARY. 



A— ABOUND. 


CXA 


A. (Letter. ) {For new method of spelling, 
seepage 13.) 


CXZ 


Abide-ing. Abode. 






CYA 


Ability. 


CXB 


A, or. An. 


CYB 


—I doubt your (or, my) ability to — . 






CYD 


— Your ability — to. 


CXD 


Al. 






CXE 


A. B. Able seaman. 


CYE 


Able-y. Able to. To be able. 
Able seaman. A.B.: oxe 




A. M. Before noon bdu 


CYF 


— Am, Is, or. Are able to. 






CYG 


— Am, Is, or. Are not able to. 


CXF 


Aback. 


CYH 


—Are you able to 1 




Heave all aback. Go astern lp 




Can I cross the bar ? Shall I be able to 


CXG 


—Taken aback. 




get over the bar? fvy 

I have not been able to make out the 


CXH 


ABi.FT. 




buoy or beacon gaj 


CXI 


— Abaft the beam. 


CYI 


— I was able to. 




Afloat abaft bw 


CYJ 


— I was not able to. 
If he (she, it, or persons or things indi- 


CXJ 


Abandon-ing-ment. 




cated) is {or, are) able to bym 




Abandon the vessel as fast as possible - ab 




If he (she, it, or persons or things indi- 


CXK 


— Abandoned. 




cated) is (or, are) not able to byo 


CXL 


— Do not abandon me. 


CYK 


—If I am able to. 




Do not abandon the vessel ac 


CYL 


—If I am not able to. 




Do not abandon the vessel until the tide 


CYM 


— If you are able to. 




has ebbed ad 


CYN 


—If you are not able to. 




Do you intend to abandon ? ae 


CYO 


— Is able to. 


CXM 


— Enemy has abandoned. 




Not able to make such short tacks.. xii. 


CXN 


— Has she (or vessel indicated) been long 


CYP 


—Ought not to be able to. 




abandoned ? 


CYQ 


—Ought to be able to. 


cxo 


— I did not abandon her until I was forced. 


CVK 


—Shall, or. Will be able to. 




I do not intend to abandon the vessel . ap 


CYS 


—Shall, or. Will not be able to. 




I must abandon the vessel ag 




Vessel (or person indicated) is not able 




I shall abandon my vessel unless you 




to comply JLG 




vrtllkeepby us ah 


CYT 


—When vTill you be able to ? 




I will not abandon you (or vessel indi 


CYU 


—Will you be able to ? 




cated ) . I will remain by you ai 




With some assistance I shall be able to 




I (or. They) wish to abandon but have 




set things right dp 




not the means aj 


CYV 


— You are able to. 


CXP 


—Intend to abandon ship to Lloyd's agent. 
Is she (or vessel indicated) abandt)ned ? 


CYW 


— You are not able to. 


CXQ 


AK 

— They have abandoned. 


CYX 


Aboard. (See also Board. ) , 


CXR 


—Vessel indicated is not abandoned. 


CYZ 


—Above board. 
Admiral, or. Senior officer is on board 


CXS 


Abate-d-ing-ment. 




(or, at— ) DKv 




If the wind abates zeq 


CZA 


— All on board. 


CXT 


— No abatement. 


CZB 


— I am coming (or, sending) aboard. 




Wind has abated outside zfj 


CZD 


— I will come alongside (or, aboard) if you 




Wind has not abated outside zfk 




will allow me. 


CXU 


— You may make some abatement. 


CZE 


— Send-ing. Sent a responsible person on 
board. 




Abbreviate-d-ing-ion. (See Abridge. ) 

DAQ 




Abode cxz 


CXV 


Abeam, or. Abreast op. 






CXW 


—At — (time indicated) we were abeam 

of—. 
—I was abeam. 


CZF 


Abolish-ed-ing-tion. 


CXY 


CZG 


Abotjnd-ed-ing. 



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144 



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Part II. 



ABOUT— ACCOMMODATE. 



CZH 

CZI 

CZJ 

CZK 

CZL 

CZM 

CZN 

CZO 

CZP 

CZQ 

CZR 

CZS 

CZT 

CZU 

CZV 

CZW 

CZX 

CZY 

DAB 

DAC 

DAE 



DAF 

DAG 
DAH 



DAI 



DAJ 
DAK 



DAL 

DAM 
DAN 
DAO 



DAP 



DAQ 
DAE 



DAS 

DAT 

DAU 
DAV 
DAW 

DAX 
DAY 
DAZ 



About. 

— About a mile (or number of miles indi- 
cated). 

— About April the — . 

— About August the — . 

— About December the — . 

— About February the — . 

— About January the — . 

— About July the — . 

— About June the — . 

— About March the — . 

— About May the — .. 

— About mid-channel. 

— About November the — . 

— About October the — . 

— About September the — . 

— About the — . 

— About the average. 

— About the size. 

— About the time. 

— About to — . 

— About to assemble. 

About to veer cable ..- hqm 

Admiral, or, Senior officer is generally 

about — - DKT 

Am about to sail.p, or, Code Flag over p 
Are there any men-of-war about? ...sa 
Could you understand what they were 

signaling about? .- - wci 

Go about- OBQ 

— I am about to — . 
I had a glimpse of the land about — - - qdu 

— In about — . 

— In about a fortnight. 

Keep about mitt-channel lu 

Need be under no anxiety about — . .eoj 

— Round about. 
Under no anxiety to (for, or, about) — 

EOK 

— Very anxious — about. 
— What are you about ? 
Whereabout -- csp 

Above. 
Above board -- cyz 

— Above the — . 
— Above the bow. 
Above the horizon. On the horizon. 

Abreast, or. Abeam of — '. cxv 

At — (time indicated) we were abreast 

(or, abeam) of — cxw 

I was abreast cxy 

— When do you expect to be off (or, 
abreast of) ? 

Abeidge-d-ing-ment. 
— You have abridged the message so much 
that it is unintelligible. 

Abroad. 

Abscond-ed-ing. 

Absent. Absence. 
Absent from home. 
Absent without leave. 
Consul is absent jrn 

During my absence (or, the absence of). 
— Have, or. Has been absent. 
His, Her, or, Their absence. 



DBA 
DBC 

DBE 
DBF 
DBG 

DBH 
DBI 

DBJ 

DBK 

DBL 

DBM 

DBN 

DBO 
DBF 
DBQ 

DBR 

DBS 

DBT 

DBU 

DBV 

DBW 

DBX 

DBY 

DBZ 

DCA 

DCB 

DCE 
DCF 

DCG 



DCH 

DCI 
DCJ 



DCK 

DCL 
DCM 
DON 
DCO 
DCP 



Absent — Continued. 
— In the absence of — . v 

— Is he {or person indicated) absent 1 
Leave of absence qlx 

— My, or, Our absence. 
—Shall, or. Will be absent. 
— Your absence. 

Absolute-ly. 

— Absolutely necessary. 

Abstain-ed-ing-er. 

Absurd-ity-ly. 

Abundant-ly-ance. 
Supply abundant - xev 

— There is abundance of. 

Abuse-d-ing-ive-ly. 

Accede-d-ing-ssion. 
— Can accede to. 
— Can not accede to. 

Accept-ed-ing. 

— Aoceptable-y-ance. 

— Accepted by — . 

— Can accept (or, be accepted). 

— Decline accepting any — . 

— Offer not accepted. 

— Very acceptable. 

— Will accept your offer. 

— Will you accept ? 

—With pleasure, I will accept. 

access-ible. 

Accident. 

—Accident happened; crushed; fall; 

jammed. 
— Accident happened ; cut ; stab. 
Accident happened; dangerously 

wounded {or, hurt) al 

— Accident happened; drowned; drown- 
ing. 
— Accident happened ; gunshot wound. 
— Accident to boat. 
Accidents to boilers {see page 178). 
Accidents to engines or machinery {see 

page 233). 
Accidents to screw propeller (see page 

353). 
Accidents to steering gear (see page 

399). 
Accident ; want , a surgeon (or, doc- 
tor) am 

Has any accident happened? Is any 

thing the matter bk 

In case of accident (or, necessity) bp 

Met with an accident ^.__bs 

When did the accident happen? bu 

aocidental-ly. 

Accommodate-d-ing-ion. 
—Accommodation ladder. 

-Bad accommodation. 

-Can you accommodate? 

-Can you accommodate a passenger? 
(Number to be shoion if more than one). 



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ACCOMMODATE— ACQUAINT. 



DCQ 

DCE 
DCS 

DOT 
DCU 

DCV 

DCW 

DCX 

DCY 

DCZ 

DEA 



DEB 

DEC 
DEF 



DEG 
DEH 



DEI 



DEJ 
DEK 
DEL 

DEM 

DEN 
DEO 
DEP 
DEQ 
DBR 



DES 



DET 

DEU 

DEV 

DEW 

DEX 

DEY 

DEZ 

DPA 

DPB 

DEC 

DFE 

DFG 

DPH 

DPI 

DFJ 

DPK 

DFL 

DPM 

DFN 

DFO 



Accommodate — Continued. 

— Can not accommodate. No accommo- 
dation for — . 

— Good accommodation. 

^I can accommodate a person {or persons 
indicated) . 
■Indifferent accommodation. 

— No accommodation for passengers. 

ACCOMPANY-IBD-ING-IMENT. 

— Accompanied by {or, with) — . 

— Can accompany. 

— I can not accompany. 

— I will accompany. 

— "Will you accompany? 



Accomplice. 

aocomplished-ed-ing. 
— Can yon (or person indicated) accom- 
plish lor, do) it ? 

Can not be accomplished (or, done)- -blx 
— Easily done {or, accomplished). 
—Has it been done {or, accomplished)? 

If it can be done {or, accomplished) -Bzr 

If it can not be done {or, accom- 
plished BZS 

Maybe done {or, accomplished) blt 

— ^Not easily done {or, accomplished). 



ACCORD-ED-ING . 

— ^According to. 
— A.ccordingly. 
— According to directions {or, orders). 

According to regulations xroF 

— According to seniority. 
— According to the usual practice. 
— ^In accordance with. 
— Not according to. 

— Not according to orders, or. Against m- 
structions. 



Accordingly del 

AccouNT-ED-iNG. To ACCOUNT. {See also 
Account below.) 
Account. {Bill) GKA 

Account. {A Report) dew 

— ^Account sent is correct. 

— ^Account sent is incorrect. 

— Alarming account of — . 

—An account. {See also Report.) 

— Bad account. 

— Can account for — . 

— Can yoti account for — ? 

— Good account of — . 

—Has brought the account of — 

Have, or. Has received account of — . 

— I have private account of — . 
— Indiflerent account of — . 
— Last account. 
— Nejrt account. 
— No account of — . 
— No account received. 

-Nothing important by last account. 

■Quarterly account. , 

-Send an {or, your) account. 

-Send account. 



DPP 



DPQ 
DPR 

DFS 
DPT 
DPU 
DFV 
DPW 

DPX 
DPY 

DPZ 

DGA 

DGB 

DGC 
DGE 
DGP 

DGH 
DGI 
DGJ 
DGK 



DGL 
DGM 



DGN 
DGO 

DGP 
DGQ 
DGR 
DGS 
DGT 

DGU 

DGV 

DGW 

DGX 

DGY 

DGZ 

DHA 
DHB 
DHC 

DHE 

DHP 

DHG 

DHI 

DHJ 

DHK 

DHL 



On account of 

Do not anchor on any account le 

Do not show a light on any account :QV 
Do not show a light on my account -QBT 
Light-ship has been withdrawn on ac- 
count of ice- PCB 

■On account of the fog {or, weather). 

— On account. 

Accountable. 

— I hold you accountable. 

— Will be held accountable. 

— Will not be accountable. 

— Will not he accountable for boat hire. 

Accountant. 

— Accountant General. 

accoutebments. 

Accumulator. 

accumulate-d-ing-ion-ive. 

accurate-lt-acy-ness. 

Is it accurate? 
— It is not accurate. 

AccusE-D-iNG-ATiON. {See also Charge.) 
— Accused of having killed some one. 
— Is accused of — 

— Whd.: is he {or person indicated) accused 
of? 

ACCUSTOM-ED-ING. 
ACID-ITY. 

Carbolic acid hyd 

Muriatic acid , '. -SCK 

Nitric acid SiQ 

Picric acid thv 

Sulphuric acid XDi 

Tartaric acid xkv 

AOKNOWLEDGE-ING-MENT. 

— Acknowledge, or. Answer my signal {or, 

message). 
— Acknowledge the receipt of — . 
— Has the receipt been acknowledged? 
— I beg to acknowledge. 
— Make an acknowledgement. 
— Must be acknowledged. 

Acorn. 

AcQUAiNT-ED-iNG-ANCE. (See also Inform. ) 

^-Acquainted with. 

— Am acquainted with the anchorage. 

— Am acquainted with the coast. 

— Am desired to acquaint you {or person 

indicated). 
— ^Am not acquainted with the anchorage. 
— Am not acquainted with the coast. 
— Are you acquainted with the anchorage 

(place, or, channel)? 
— Are you acquainted with the coast? 
— Desire you will acquaint. 
— Did you acquaint? 
— I am directed to acquaint you. 
— Not acquainted — with. 
— Shall, or. Will acquaint. 
— Will you acquaint? 



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ACQUIRE- 


-ADMIRAL. 


DHM 


AcQTJiBE-D-iNG-siTiON. [See also Obtain. ) 


DJG 


Address-ed-ing. Addressed to. 


DHN 


— No acquisition. 


DJH 


— Address (a direction). 






DJI 


— Address my letters to me at — . 






DJK 


— Could not find the address. 


DHO 


ACQUIT-TED-TING-TAL. 


DJL 


— Have you the address? or. What is the 


DHP 


—He {or person indicated) is acquitted. 




address of — ? 


DHQ 


— He (or person indicated) is not acquitted. 


DJM 


— Insufficient address. 


DHR 


— He (or person indicated) will be ac- 


DJN 


— Leave your address at — . 




quitted. 


DJO 


—Send your address to — . 


DHS 


— Is he (or person indicated) likely to be 




Spell the address - wnc 




acquitted? 


DJP 


—Telegraph address. 


DHT 


— Police (or other) authorities have ac- 


DJQ 


— The address is incorrect. 




quitted. 


DJR 


— What is your address? ^ 






DJS 


— What is your owner's address? 


DHU 


Acquittance. 










DJT 


Adequate-ly. 




Acre. (Square Measure) axi 










DJU 


Adhere-d-ing-ence. 


DHV 


Across. 






DHW 


—Across channel. 


DJV 


Adhesive-ion. 


DHX 


— Swayed across. 


DJW 


— Adhesive plaster, or. Diachylon. 


DHY 


— There is (or, are) a boom (or, booms) 








across. 


DJX 


Adieu. Farewell. 


DHZ 


AcT-ED-iNG. To Act. 


DJY 


Adjacent. Adjoining. 


DIA 


—Act (:An Act). 






DIB 


— Act as your judgment directs. 


DJZ 


Adjourn-ed-ing ment . 


Die 


— Act of Parliament (or. Congress). 


DKA 


— Have, or. Has adjourned. 




Be certain before you act ihd 




Parliament, Congress, Assembly (or 


DIE 


—By an act of Parliament (or, Congress). 




other legislative body) adjourns (or. 




Can you supply me with anyone to take 




adjourned) on the-^ pei 




charge (or, act) as engineer eh 


DKR 


—When do they (or, does — ) adjourn? 


DIF 


— Foreign Enlistment Act. 






DI& 


— Have you the Navigation Laws, or. 
Merchant Shipping Act of the coun- 


DKC 


Adjudge-d-ing-icate-ication. 




try of vessel signaling? 


DKE 


Adjust-ed-ing-ment. 


DIH 


— How would you act? 




Adjust-ed-ing compasses jhd 


DIJ 


— Iq the act of — . 




Are your compasses adjusted jhe 


DIK 


— Navigation Laws, or. Merchant Ship- 




Compasses not adjusted lately jhl 




ping Act of the country of vessel sig- 




I am going to stop, as machinery re- 


, 


naling. 




quires adjusting.. _ RK 


DIL 


— Recent Act of Congress. Parliament, 


DKF 


— Machinery requires adjusting. 




Assembly, or other legislative body. 




Must be swung to adjust compasses. 


DIM 


—Self-acting. 




JHY 


DIN 


— Shall we act in concert? 




My compasses were adjusted at— ..jhz 


DIO 


—Will they act? 


DKG 


— Small adjustment required to machin- 


DIP 


—Will you act for me (or, — )? 




ery. 






DKH 


—Stop engines to adjust tovnng cables. 


DIQ 


Action. 




Stopping only for small adjustment to 


DIR 


— Can you renew the action? 




machinery rdy 


DIS 


— Commence action. 




Was swung for adjustment of compasses 




Direct-action engine m ao 

Double action-ing lkw 




Sit — JIM 


When, or. Where were your compasses 


DIT 


— ^I am not in a condition for action. 




last adjusted ? .—.jiq 


DIU 


— Opportunities for action. 






DIV 


— Prepare for action. 


DKI 


Adjdtant-cy. 


DIW 


— Raditis of action. 






DIX 


— Ready for action. 


DKJ 


Administer-ed-ing-ration-tor-rix. 


DIY 


Active-ly-ness-ity. 


DKT, 


Admiral. 


DIZ 


— Active service. 


DKM 


—Admiral's flag. 






DKN 


— Admiral's house. 


DJA 


ACTUAL-LY-ITY. 




■ Admiral's office spf 






DKO 


— Admiral's secretary. 


DJB 


Adapt -ed-ing-ation. 


DKP 


—Admiral, or, Senior officer has com- 
mands for you. 


DJC 


Add-ed-ition-itional-ly. 


DKQ 


—Admiral, or. Senior officer has no com- 




In addition — to — .gho 




mands for you. 


DJE 


—Nothing additional. 


DKR 


—Admiral, or, Senior officer has requested. 


DJF 


—To be added. 


DKS 


—Admiral, or, Senior officer intends. 



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147 



ADMIRAL— ADVISE. 



DKT 
DKU 

DKV 

DKW 
DKX 

DKY 
DKZ 

DLA 

DLB 

DLG 
DLE 
DLF 
DLG 

DLH 

DLI 
DLJ 
DLK 
DLM 

DLN 
DLO 



DLP 

DLQ 
DLR 
DLS 

DLT 
DLU 
DLV 



DLW 
DLX 



DLY 
DLZ 

DMA 

DLB 



DMC 
DME 
,DMP 
DMG 
DMH 
DMI 

DMJ 
DMK 
DML 



Admiral,— Continued. 

— Admiral, or, Senior oflftcer is generally 

about — . 
— Admiral, or. Senior officer is off {or 

at) — . 
— Admiral, or. Senior officer is on board 

(or, at — ). 
— Admiral, or, Senior officer is on shore. 
— Admiral, or. Senior officer requests the 

pleasure of your company to dinner. 
— Admiral, or, Senior officer wishes. 
— Admiral, or, Senior officer wishes to 

know. 
— Admiral, or. Senior officer wishes to see 

you (or person indicated) . 
— Admiral, or. Senior officer wishes to see 

you (or, — ) as soon as convenient. 
— Admiral's, or, Senior officer's memo. 
— Admiral's, or. Senior officer's orders. 
— Go to the admiral's office. 
— Have not seen the admiral (or, senior 

officer) . 
— Have you seen the admiral (or, senior 

officer)? 
— Port admiral. 
Rear admiral. 
Send to the admiral's office. 
— There are orders for you at the admiral's 
office. 
■Vice admiral. 
■What is the name of the admiral (or, 

senior officer) ? 
Wbere is the admiral (or, senior officer)? 

SJ 

Admiralty. 
Navy Department --- seo 

-Admiralty, or, H. O. chart. 
— Admiralty court. 
■Admiralty, or. Secretary of the Navy's 



— Admiralty instructions. 

— Admiralty memorandum. 

— Admiralty, or, Navy Department, tele- 
graph-ed-ing. 
Board of Admiralty »ow 

— Droits of Admiralty. 

—Secretary of the Navy, or, of the Admi- 
ralty. 
Telegraph Navy Department, or, Admi- 
ralty, to — XLW 

Admire- ABLB-Y. 

Admission-ible. 

Admit -TED-TING. (See also Allow and 
Permit). 
Admission-ible dlz 

— Admitted on. 
Dangerous to admit too many on board 

at a time -- - <*b 

— If time will admit. 
—It admits of. 
— Ticket of admission. 
—Will it be admitted 1 
—Will not admit of. 
—Will not be admitted. 

Adopt-ed-inq-ion. 
— Must be adopted. 
—Will you adopt ? . 



DMN 



DMO 

DMP 
DMQ 

DMR 

DMS 
DMT 

DMU 

DMV 

DMW 

DMX 

DMY 

DMZ 

DNA 

DNB 

DNC 

DNE 

DNF 

DNG 

DNH 

DNI 

DNJ 

DNK 

DNL 
DNM 
DNO 
DNP 
DNQ 
DNR 
DNS 
DNT 
DNU 
DNV 

DNW 

DNX 

DNY 
DNZ 

DOA 
DOB 
DOC 
DOE 
DOF 



DOG 
DOH 
DOI 
DOJ 

DOK 
DOL 
DOM 
DON 
DOP 



DOQ 



Adrift. 
Beacon, or, Buoy has broken adrift (or, 
is gone) gae 

Boat is adrift - gkn 

Boiler loose, (or, adrift) - - _ gwd 

Boom, or, Olsstruction broke adrift. gzm 
■Broke adrift. 
— Go-ing, Gone adrift. 
Is adrift — near — . 

Lighter is adrift Ra 

Spars are all adrift. 

Adult. 

— Statute adult. 

Adulteratb-d-ing-ion. 

Adv ance-d-ing-ment . 

— Advance note. 

— -Advance post. 

— Advanced guard. 

— An advance in price. 

— Army is advancing. 

— Can you advance ? 

— Do not advance. 

— Enemy is advancing. 

— Have, or, Has advanced. 

— Month's advance. 

— No advance. 

— Pilot boat is advancing towards you. 

— Prevent advance — of. 

— To advance-d-ing (money). 

Advantage, or. Benefit. 
— A great advantage. 

Advantageous-ly. 
— Can not see the advantage. 

Gained advantage. 
— Has been attended with no advantage. 

I took advantage of. 

Is there any advantage to be gained? 

No advantage. 
— Take advantage — of. 

Adventdbe-r. 

Adversary. 

Adverse. 

— Adverse circumstances. 

Advertise-d-ing. 
— Advertise cargo and day of sale. 
—Advertise for. 
— Advertisement. 

— Have they advertised for any vessel to 
carry the mail. 

Advice. 

— His advice. 

— I wait for advice. 

— What advice have you received? 

Advise-d-ing. 
—Advised to. 
— Do you advise me to — ? 
— I would advise you — to — . 
—I would not advise — you. I strongly 
recommend you not to — . 
Lloyds's agent advises you to — ...qwt 
—What would you advise? 



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A DVISE— AGAINST. 



DOR 
DOS 
DOT 

DOU 

DOV 
DOW 

DOX 

DOY 
DOZ 

DPA 

DPB 

DPC 

DPE 

DPF 

DPG 

DPH 

DPI 

DPJ 

DPK 

DPL 



DPM 
DPN 

DPO 
DPQ 



DPR 
DPS 
DPT 
DPU 
DPV 

DPW 
DPX 
DPY 
DPZ 



Advise — Continued. 

— Would advise. Would recommend. 

— Would be advisable. 

— Would not be advisable. 

Advocatb-d-ing-cy. 

Adze. 

— Can you lend me hatchets {or, adzes)? 

Afae. 

Affair. 

— Affairs appear more settled (look more 

peaceful). 
— Affairs are very unsettled. 
— Affairs look more unsettled. 
— Foreign affairs. 
— Partnership affairs. 
— Present state of affairs. 
— Private affairs. 
—Privy to the vs^hole affair. 
— State of affairs at — . 
— The authorities will put an end to the 

affair. 
— You had better put your affairs in the 

hands of — . 
Affect-ed-ing. 
Does disconnecting affect your steering? 

ldc 
Affidavit. 
— Be prepared with afiSdavits. 

Affibm-ative-ly. 
— Answered affirmatively. 
Yes, or. Affirmative. 

C, or. Code Flag over c. 

Afplict-ed-ing-ion. 

Afford-kd-ing. 

Affix-ed-ing. 

Affray. 

Afloat. 

Afloat aft (astern) bw 

Afloat forward -_bx 

Am afloat by 

Are you afloat cb 

— As soo_i as she is off (or, afloat). 

Can not be got off (or, afloat) by any 

means now available cd 

— Expect {or vessel indicated expects) to 
be got off (or, afloat) . 

Floated nfa 

— I shall get off {or, afloat) with assistance. 

May be got off {or, afloat) if prompt as- 
sistance be given CG 

— May be got off {or, afloat) without as- 
sistance. 
— ^Nearly afloat. 
— Not afloat. 
— Not worth getting off {or, afloat) . 

The tide will take her off (float her) nfe 

•When will you be afloat? 

When you float nfg 

—Will be afloat. 

Will not float nph 

— You will not lie afloat all the tide. 



DQH 

DQI 

DQJ 

DQK 

DQL 



DQM 
DQN 
DQO 
DQP 
DQR 
DQS 
DQT 
DQU 
DQV 

DQW 
DQX 

DQY 
DQZ 

DRA 

DRB 

DEC 

DRE 

DRF 

DRG 

DRH 

DRI 

DRJ 

DRK 

DRL 
DRM 
DRN 



DRO 
DRP 
DRQ 
DRS 
DRT 
DRU 
DRV 

DRW 
DRX 
DRY 
DRZ 

DSA 

DSB 



DSC 



Afraid. 

— Do not be afraid — of. 

— I am afraid — of. 

Aprica-n. 

Aft. 
Afloat aft BW 

Fore and aft. --.nit 

Fore and aft sails niu 

I draw — feet aft and — feet forward-OA 
My draught of water is — feet — inches 

aft LNC 

After. Afterwards. 

—After a consultation. 

— After a passage — of — . 

— After breakfast. 

— After Christmas. 

—After coaling. 

— After dark. 

— After dinner. 

— After Easter. 
After him (his, her-s, it-s) lbwz 

— After-hold. 

— After-hours. 
After I — Bxz 

— After it was done. 

— After magazine. 
After me (my, mine) cea 

— After midnight. 

— After much persuasion. 

— After, or. Jigger mast. 

— After, or. On arrival of — {or, at). 

— After order. 

— After -part. 

— After running — {miles indicated) . 

— After sunrise. 

— After sunset. 

— After supper. 
After the cmb 

— After the battle. 

— ^ After the departure of. 

— After the gale. 

After these {or, those) cnh 

After they (their, them) cnj 

After this (or, that) ckn 

After we (our-s, us) ___cil 

After which {or, what) CPS 

After you-r-s cwb 

Any day — after-- eos 

— Day after. Next day. 

— How long after ? 

— Long after. 
Morning after. 

— Shortly after. 

— Steer after me ; I have a pilot. 

— The day after to-morrow. 

Afternoon. In the afternoon, p. m. 

— Afternoon watch. 

— This afternoon. 

— To-morrow afternoon. 

—Yesterday afternoon. 

Again. 

Try again ycs 



Against. 
Against instructions. Not according to 
orders -- - der 



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149 



AGAINST— AGUE. 




AGAmsT— Continued. 


DTJ 


Ago. 


DSE 


— Against the current (tide, or, stream) . 


DTK 


— How long ago {or, since)? 


DSF 


—Against the monsoon. 


DTL 


— Long time ago {or, since). 




Can you beat up against? acD 


DTM 


— Months ago. 




Can not beat up against gce 


DTN 


—Not long ago. 


DSG 


—Run against, or, Foul of. 


DTO 


— Some time ago. 


DSH 


Age. Aged. 


DTP 


Agony. 


DSI 


—What age 1 










DTQ 


Agree-d-ing. {See also Consent and Per- 


DSJ 


Agency. 




mit.) 






DTR 


— Agree-d-ing with him {or, them) . 


DSK 


Agent. 


DTS 


—Agree-d-ing with me {or, mine). 


DSL 


—Agent is bankrupt. 


DTU 


—Agree-d-ing with you-r-s. 


DSM 


— Agent's instructions. 


DTV 


—Am I to understand you agree? 


DSN 


—Agent's request. 


DTW 


—Cannot agree. 


DSO • 


— Colonial agent. 


DTX 


— Dead reckoning agrees with observation. 




Consular agent.- jrq 


DTY 


— Do you agree? 


DSP 


—Diplomatic agent. 


DTZ 


— Does not agree. 




Have received the following communi- 


DUA 


— I agree. 




cation {or, instructions) from your 


DUB 


— Vessel {or person indicated) agrees. 




agent (or, owner) ia 


DUC 


— Will you {or person indicated) agree? 


DSQ 


—I have no business agent {or, I do not 
know of any agent) at — . 






DSR 


— Inform agent— of — . 


DUE 


Agreeable-y. 


DST 


— My agents are — . 






DSU 


—Prize agent-cy. 


DUE 


Agreement. 


DSV 


— Telegraph to my agents. 


DUG 


— Articles of agreement. 


DSW 


—The best agents are — . 




Lloyd's Salvage Agreement «wy 


DSX 


— Transport agent. 


DUH 


— Make; or. Made an agreement with. 


DSY 


—Who are the agents for — ? 


DUI 


— The agreement. 


DSZ 


— Who are the best agents {or, people) to 
do business with? 


DUJ 


— ^Will you make an agreement? 


DTA 


— Who are your agents? 


DUK 


Agriculture-ist-al. 


DTB 


— Who generally does business for — ? 


DUL 


— Agricultural district — of. 


DTC 


—Who do you do business with? 


DUM 


— Agricultural implement. 


DTE 


— Your agents desired me to inform you. 


DUN- 


— Agricultural produce. 


DTF 


— Your agent {or agent specified) has dis- 
continued business. 




Department or Board of Agriculture . GOX 


DTG 


— ^Your agent {or agent specified) has sus- 


DUO 


Aground. 




pended business. 




Aground ; want immediate assistance.NA 




You had better put your affairs in the 




Am aground _ _ ...Bz 




hands of — dpk 




Am aground, likely to break up ; require 




Lloyd's (agent). 




immediate assistance ca 




Condemned by Lloyd's agent QWP 


DUP 


— Are you aground? 




Consult Lloyd's agent - - - QWG 




Floated off npa 




Do not interfere with {or, take the matter 




Has she sewed? 




out of the hands of) Lloyd's agent . qwh 


DUQ 


— Have you been aground? 




French Lloyd's. Veritas nqp 


DUR 


— I am aground. Is aground. 




Have you been visited by Lloyd's agent? 




I am aground; send what immediate 




QWI 




assistance you can .ob 




Have you seen Lloyd's agent? Qwj 


DUS 


— I have {or vessel indicated has) been 




I require assistance from Lloyd's agent. 




aground. 




cv 


DUT 


— I have {or vessel indicated has) not 




Inform Lloyd's agent QWP 




touched the ground. 




Intend to abandon the ship to Lloyd's 


DUV 


— ^Is — {vessel indicated) aground ? 




agent ---CXP 

Leave the matter in the hands of Lloyd's 




Lose no time in shoring up .CP 




DUW 


—Steamboat is aground. 




agent -— qwr 




Vessel {or vessel indicated) ashore near 




Lloyd's agent advises you to — Qwt 

Lloyd's agent is— QWS 

Report me {or, my communication) to 




{or, on) — CH 






Was the tide high when you grounded? _ ci 






Was the tide low when you grounded?-CJ 




Tjlnvd'fi a.^pnt. at — UH 




When did you ground? What time 
and date did you {or vessel indicated) 
ground? CK 


j_iX\j\ U, O aiQ^i±u aiv — — •■- — - ^^-. 

Surveyed by Lloyd's agent.- QXi 

Who is Lloyd's agent? QXJ 




Will Lloyd's agent come onboard?, .qxk 


DUX 


— You will be aground. 
You will be aground at low water kx 


DTH 


Aggeieve-d. 










DUY 


Ague-ish. 


DTI 


Agitate-d-ing-ion. 


DUZ 


-^Fever and ague. 



150 



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Part li. 



AHEAD— ALL. 


dva 


Ahead. 




DWU 


Alert-ness. Alacrity. 


DVB 


—Ahead of the — . 




DWV 


— Be on the alert. 


DVC 


—Am, Is, or, Are ahead— of . 

Boats can not pull ahead .- 

Breakers ahead. Reef, Rock, or, 


..GEK 

Shoal 


DWX 


—Enemy on the alert. 




ahead of you 


...HFB 


DWY 


Alias. 


DVE 


^Can you steam ahead — of? 










Convoy is ahead 


...JUK 


DWZ 


Alien. 




Convoy to keep ahead, of escort- . 


lU 








Do not pass ahead of me. 




DXA 


Alike. 




Code Flag 


over R 


DXB 


— Both alike. 


DVF 


—Farther ahead of. 










CrCt ahead 


LG 


DXC 


Alive. 

1 


Go ahead easy. Easy ahead 


LH 




Go ahead full speed 


LI 


DXE 


Alkaline. Alkali. 


DVG 


— Go ahead of me. 








DVH 


— Go ahead of — . 




DXF 


All. 


DVI 


— Keep ahead — of. 




DXG 


—All captains. 




I will pass ahead of you. 




DXH 


— All classes. 




Code Flag 


over X 


DXI 


—All clear. 


DVJ 


—Is she {or, it) ahead ? 




DXJ 


—All fast. 


DVK 


—Keep ahead and carry a light. 




DXK 


—All gone. 


DVL 


—Keep going ahead. 




DXL 


— All hands. 


DVM 


—Keep going ahead slowly. 




DXM 


— All hands at the pumps. 


DVN 


—Make sail, or, Go ahead, and drop 


a boat 


DXN 


—All included. 




on board. 




DXO 


—All lost. Total loss. 


DVO 


—Next ahead. 




DXP 


— All nets lost. 


DVP 


— Pass ahead of me. 






■ All on board CZA 


DVQ 


—She (vesisel indicated) is ahead. 




DXQ 
DXR 
DXS 


—All on board perished. All hands lost. 
— All on board saved. All hands saved. 
— All possible information — of (or, from). 


DVR 


AlD-ED-iNG. {See also Help and ASSIST.) 


DXT 


—All quiet at {or, in) — {or, on shore). 








DXU 


—All quiet with — . 


DVS 


AlD-DE-CAMP. 




DXV 
DXW 


—All right. 

—All safe. Saved. 


DVT 


AlM-ED-ING. To AIM. 




DXY 


— All snug. 


DVU 


— Aimed at. 




DXZ 
DYA 


—All sorts. 

— All the crew not on board. 


DVW 


AlR-ED-ING-Y. 




DYB 


— All the passengers not on board. 


DVX 


— Air bedding. 




DYC 


— All to pieces. 


DVY 


—Air -compressing pumps. 




DYE 


—All we 1. All well at — . 


DVZ 


— Air-pipe. 






Are all your bills of lading complete and 


DWA 


— Air-pump. 






signed? gkq 


DWB 


— Air-pump gear. 






Are all your crew on board ? gpt 


DWC 


— Air-pump levers out of order. 






Are all your passengers on board ?. .GPU 


DWE 


— Air-pump out of order. 




DYF 


— Are you all well ? 


DWF 


— Air-pump rod broken. 




DYG 


— Are your passengers all well ? 


DWG 


— Air reservoir. 




DYH 


— At all events. 


DWH 


— Air space {or, cells). 




DYI 


—At all {or, every). 


DWI 


— Air surface. 




DYJ 


— At all times. 


DWJ 


— Air-tight. 






Bring all your papers Ljz 


DWK 


— Air valve. 






Buoys have just been examined; they 


DWL 


— Cold air chamber. 






are all right hmj 


DWM 


— Compressed air. 




DYK 


— By all means. 

Crew are all on board gqb 

Do all - LiK 


DWN 


Alabaster. 






First of all. In the first place nbh 

Have you all your papers ? ...taa 


DWO 


Alaem-ed-ing. . 




DYL 


—Is all included? 




Alarm of fire 


...MZN 


DYM 


— Is she all right ? 




Alarming account of 


...DEV 


DYN 


—Make all snug. 


DWP 


—Do not be alarmed. 




DYO 


— Most of all. 


DWQ 


— False alarm. 




DYP 
DYQ 


—Not at all. 
— Over alls 


DWR 


Alcohol-ic. 






Passengers all on board-. gqb 

Passengers are not all on board dyb 


DWS 


Alderman. Civic authorities. 






Report {the vessel indicated) all well, in 
latitude — and longitude — {indi- 


DWT 


Ale. Beer. 




DYR 


cated) on the — {date indicated).- .UN 
— She has righted ; she is all safe. 




Alen. {Measure of length) 


...AVL 


DYS 


—That is all. 



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151 



ALL— ALSO. 



DYT 



DYU 



DYV 

DYW 
DYX 

DYZ 



DZA 



DZB 

DZC 

DZE 
DZF 
DZG 
DZH 
DZI 



DZJ 

DZK 
DZL 
DZM 
DZN 



DZO 

DZP 
DZQ 

DZR 

DZS 
DZT 

pzu 

DZV 



DZW 

DZX 

DZY 
EAB 



EAC 
EAD 
EAF 



All — Continued. 

— "Vessels wishing to be reported all well, 
show your distinguishing signals. 

"Was all well when you left '? qln 

You will not lie afloat all the tide.-DQG 

Allegiance. 

Alliance {See Ally) dzs 



Alligator. Crocodile. 



Allot-ted-ting. 
— Allotment. 



To allot. 



Allow-ed-ing-able. To allow for. (See 
also Admit, Let, and Permit. ) 
Allowance dzg 

— Allow me to congratulate you. 
Allow no communication. Allow no 

person on board fm 

— Allow no lights to be seen. Extinguish 

all lights. 
— Allowance. 

Armed men not allowed to land ---Euv 
— Can allow. Can permit. 
— Can not allow it. 
— Communication is allowed with. 
— ^Half allowance. 

— Have been on short allowance for some 
time. 
I will come alongside {or, on board) if 

you will allow me czd 

It is dangerous to allow too many people 

on board at once GB 

— It is expected the vessel {or vessels indi- 
cated) will be allowed to leave. 
Make allowance — to (or, for). 
— Not allowed. Disallowed. 

Put your people on an allowance. ' 

— Short allowance. 
Vessels with combustibles not allowed 

in HS 

— "What allowance are you on 1 

"What variation do you allow ? JIP 

—"Will an allowance be made ? 
—"Will you allow ? "Will you permit ? 

Allude-d-ing-sion . 

Ally-ied-ing-iance. 
— Allied with. 
— Our ally. 

Almanac. 
Have you a Nautical Almanac for the 
current year {or for the year indi- 
cated)^ RQ 

Lloyd's Seaman's Almanac Qwz 

— Nautical Almanac. 

Almond. 

Almost. 

—Almost anything may be got. 

Almuda. {Measure of capacity) ayk 

Aloft. 

—Fell from aloft. 

—Gear aloft. 



EAG 
EAH 

EAI 

EAJ 



EAK 
EAL 
EAM 

EAN 
EAO 

EAP 

EAQ 

EAR 



EAS 
EAT 
EAU 
EAV 
EAW 

EAX 
EAY 
EAZ 
EBA 
EEC 
EBD 
EBF 



EBG 
EBH 

EBJ 
EBK 



EBL 
EBM 
EBN 



EBO 
EBP 

EBQ 



EBR 
EBS 



Aloft — Continued. 

Keep a good lookout aloft. 
— Man aloft. 

Alone. 

Along— THE, 
All the lights are out along the coast — 
of — - PU 



— Along the bank- 
— Along the lines. 
— Along the road. 



-of. 



Alongshore. 

— Alongshore to the eastward of —(dis- 
tance in miles may follow). 

— Alongshore to the northward of — {dis- 
tance in miles may follow). 

— Alongshore to the southward of — {dis- 
tance in miles may follow) . 

— Alongshore to the westward of — {dis- 
tance in mMes may follow). 

Alongside. 

Alongside the -jetty (wharf, or, pier). 
— Alongside the mole. 

As soon as alongside. 
—Assemble alongside. 

Boat is alongside (is on board) EV 

— Call alongside. 

— Can I come alongside? 

— Can not come alongside. 

— Come alongside. 

— Do not come alongside. 

— Endeavor to come alongside. 

— Go alongside. 

I shall Are into the boats if they persist 
in coming alongside nak 

I will come alongside {or, on board) if 

you will allow me -Czd 

— Lashed alongside. 

— Let no boat come alongside. 

Lighter alongside -QTC 

— Not alongside. 

— To be alongside — at — . 

What is the depth of water alongside 
the — ?---- KVi 

Aloof. Keep aloof. 

Aloud. 

Alphabbt-ioal-ly. 
Alphabetical signal, No. 1. 

Code Flag over e 
Alphabetical signal, No. 2. 

Code Flag over f 
Alphabetical signal, No. 3. 

Code Flag over G 
Note. — For method of using Alphabet- 
ical Signals, seepage 13 
— Alphabetical table {page 15) . 
— Morse alphabet. 

Use alphabetical (spelling) table---WNF 
— Your name is not on my list; spell it 
alphabetically {or, by alphabetical 
table). 
Already. 

Also. 



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Part II. 



ALTER— AMMUNITION. 



EBT 
EBU 



EBV 
EBW 
EBX 
EBY 

EBZ 

ECA 
ECB 

ECD 
EOF 
EGG 
ECH 
ECI 

ECJ 
ECK 

ECL 



ECM 

EON 

ECO 

ECP 

ECQ 

ECR 

ECS 

ECT 

ECU 

ECV 

ECW 
ECX 



ECY 

ECZ 

EDA 

BDB 
EDC 

EDF 

EDG 

EDH 

EDI 

EDJ 

EDK 

EDL 

EDM 

EDN 
EDO 

EDP 



Alter-ed-ing. To alter. 
— Alter course. 
Alter course one point (or number indi- 
cated) to port JZD 

Alter course one point (or number indi- 
cated) to starboard jze 

Alter course to — (point indicated).. . wf 
—Alteration. * 

— Alters the circumstances. 
— An alteration has taken place. 
— Any alteration in the position of the 

armies? 
— Any alteration in the position of the 

squadron (or, fleet)? 
— Any alteration (or, change)? 
— ^Are there any alterations in the lights 

(or, marks)? 
— Channel has altered ; do not try it. 
— Do not alter until — . 
— Do not make any alteration — ^until. 
— Duties are altered. 
— I do not intend to alter course at present 

(or. until). 
— I shall alter course. 
— I shall not alter course. 
— I think we had -better alter course to — 
(point indicated). 
I will show a light to-night when I alter 

course -._ qw 

— Is there any alteration of marks? 

— Is there any alteration in the market? 

— It alters the case. 

— Make an alteration. 

— Much altered. 

— Must be altered. 

— No alteration has taken place. 

— Shall, or. Will alter (or, be altered). 

— ^Vessel indicated has altered course. 

— We had better alter course to — (point 

indicated). 
— What alteration? 

— When do you intend to alter course? 
When I alter course to-night I will 

show alight ---Qw 

— When will you alter course? 
When you alter course (or, tack) to- 
night show a light jzs 

— Will be altered. 

Alternate-ly. 

Alternative. 
— Alternatively. 

Alternating light qrp 

Although. 

Altitude-inal-ally. 

— Did you get a meridian altitude? 

Double altitudes. (Sumner's line. ) 
— Equal altitudes. 

Ex-meridian altitude. 
— Meridian altitude. 

•Sun's altitude. 

Altogether. 

— We have lost altogether. 

Alum. 



EDQ 

EDR 
EDS 
EDT 



EDU 



EDV 
EDW 

EDX 
EDY 

EDZ 

BFA 

EFB 

EFC 

EFD 
EFG 

EFH 

EFI 
EFJ 

EFK 

EPL 
EPM 
EFN 

EFO 



EFP 
EFQ 
EFR 
EPS 
EFT 
BFU 



Aluminium. 

Always. 

— Is it always? 

— Not always. 



A. M. Before noon. In the forenoon. 

Am. I am - BEA 

Am, Are, or. Is able to cyf 

Am I? EEC 

Am I not? -.BED 

Am I to? BEF 

Am, Are, orf Isnot- beg 

Am, Are, or. Is not able to ._ -CYg 

Am, Are, or. Is not to be : bfd 

Am, Are, or. Is not to have bqd 

Am, Are, or. Is to beh 

Am, Are, or. Is to be bfc 

Am, Are, or. Is to have.. bqc 

How am I? bxg 

I am about to — daf 

I am not. ...bei 

If I am byx 

If I am able to cyk 

If I am not byz 

If I am not able to cyl 

What, or. Which am I? cpv 

When am I to? . CQV 

Where am I (or, are we)? csQ 

Where I am (or, we are)? ctg 

Why am I? .cur 

Ambassador, or. Minister. 

— Our ambassador (or, minister) — at — . 

Ambulance. 

— Ambulance required to convey a patient 

to hospital. 
— Prepare ambulance — for — 

Ambush-cade. 

Amend-ed-ing-ment. 

America-n. American Colors. 

Amicable-y-ility. 

— Amicably settled (or, arranged). 

Amid-st. 

Amidships. 

— Helm amidships. 

Amiss. 

— Not amiss. 

— Something amiss. 

— What is amiss? 

Ammonia-iacal. 
Sal ammoniac VFI 



Ammunition. 

— Ammunition is damaged. 

Ammunition is nearly expended. 

Can spare ammunition. 
— Can you spare ammunition? 
— I have (or vessel indicated has) no am- 
munition. 



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153 



AMMUNITION— ANCHOR. 



EFV 

EFW 
EFX 

EFY 
EFZ 
EGA 
EGB 

EGO 

EGD 

EGF 



EGH 

EGI 

EGJ 

EGK 

EGL 

EGM 

EGN 

EGO 

EGP 

EGQ 

EGR 

EGS 

AGT 



EGU 

EGV 

EGW 
EGX 

EGY 
EGZ 
EHA 
EHB 
EHC 

EHD 

EHP 

EHG 

EHI 

EHJ 

EHK 

EHL 

EHM 

EHN 

EHO 

EHP 

EHQ 

EHR 
EHS 
EHT 
EHU 
EHV 

EHW 



Ammunition — Continited. 

1 will supply you with ammtinition 
for — . 

In want of ammunition. 

Quick-firing ammunition. 

Revolver ammunition icx 

Rifle ammunition. 

■Rounds of ammunition for — . 
— Rounds of ammunition for heavy guns. 

■What quantity of ammunition have you? 

Amnesty. 

Among-st. 

— Among the breakers. 

Fire in hold amongst the cargo or 

I have been amongst the ice pbm 

Amount-ing. 

— Amount to — . 

— Does not amount to an average of — . 

— Not amounting to — . 

— To a great amount. 

— What amount of — ? 

— What is the amount of — ? 

— What is the total amount? 

AMpfiRE. {Measure of electrical current. ) 

Amplitude. 

AjttPUTATE-D-ING^ON . 

— Amputation necessary. 

Amuse-d-ing-ment. 

An, or, A cxb 



Analyse-d-ing-tic-al-is. 

Ajtarchy. 

Anchor-ed-ing. To anchor. 

— Anchor. {An Anchor. ) 

Aiichor as convenient ky 

— Anchor buoy. 

— Anchor crane. 

—Anchor drag-ged-ging. 

—Anchor fished, or. Fish the anchor.. 

— Anchor fluke. 

Anchor instantly KZ 

—Anchor light (lantern, or, lamp). 

— Anchor on bearing {indicated). 

— Anchor shank. 

— Anchor stock. 

— Anchor stowed, or, Stow anchor. 

— Anchor watch. 

— Anchor where you are. 

— Are you going to anchor? 

— At anchor. 

— Back the anchor. 

— Best bower anchor. 

—Bower anchor {weight, in cwts., if neces- 
sary). 

—Buoy rope {of anchor). 

— Can we anchor with safety? 

— Cat the anchor. 

— Clear anchor. 

—Directly you get bottom, let go your 
anchor. 

—Do not anchor. Keep under weigh. 



EHX 
EHY 

EHZ 



EIA 
EIB 

EIC 
EID 

EIP 
EIG 

EIH 
EIJ 
EIK 

EIL 
EIM 

EIN 
EIO 
EIP 
EIQ 

EIR 
EIS 
EIT 



EIU 
EIV 

EIW 



EIX 
EIY 

EIZ 

EJA 



EJB 

EJO 

EJD 

EJP 

EJG 

EJH 

EJI 

EJK 

EJL 

EJM 

EJN 
EJO 
EJP 
EJQ 
EJR 

EJS 
EJT 
EJU 



Anchor — Continued. 
Do not anchor on any account le 

— Do not anchor yet. 

— Do not hold on to your anchor, but let 
her beat up on the beach. 

— Do you intend anchoring? 
Driving. I can veer no more cable. 
Have no more anchors to let go nk 

— Driving ; parted from anchor. 

— Drove from her anchor. 
Pish the anchor, or. Anchor fished -Ehb 

— Floating anchor. Sea anchor. 

— Foul anchor. Fouled her {or, my) 
anchor. 

— Foundered at her anchors. 

— Have all your anchors ahd cables ready 
for use. 

— Have you anchored ? 

— Have you parted JErom your anchor ? 

— Help me to lay out an anchor. 
I am at anchor eim 

— I have hooked your anchor. 

— I have let go my anchor, or, I am at 
anchor. 

— I have lost an anchor. 

— I have no means of laying out an anchor. 

— I have no more anchors to let go. 

— I have slipped my anchor, but it is 
buoyed. 

— I must come to an anchor. 

— I must recover my anchor. 

— I shall anchor if circumstances permit 
{place or bearing to follow, if neces- 
sary). 

—I shall not anchor. 

— If you will lay out an anchor for me, I 
can get off. 

— In anchoring look out for moorings. 
In anchoring look out for telegraph cable, 

wv 

— It is not very safe where you are anchored. 

— Kedge anchors {weight, in cwts. , if neces- 
sary) . 

— Lay out an anchor. 
Let go another anchor kr 

— Let go your anchor. 
Light-ship at — is not at anchor on her 
station, or. The light-ship at — is out 
opposition QB 

— Lost an anchor. 

— Mushroom anchor. 

— Must anchor. 

— No anchor left. 

— Only one anchor left. 

— Patent anchor. 

— Parted from her anchor. 

— Parted in the night. 

— Port anchor. 
Sea anchor, or. Floating anchor Eic 

— Send an anchor and cable off immedi- 
ately (indicate if more than one). 

— Sending, Sent an anchor and cable. 

— Shall anchor in the bay. 

—Shall I anchor? 

— Sheet anchor. 

— Sight your anchor. Make sure your 
anchor is clear. 

— Small bower anchor. 

— Spare anchor. 

— Starboard anchor. 
Stow anchor, or. Anchor is stowed. ehj 



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ANCHOR— ANNUL. 



EJV 
EJW 



EJX 
EJY 
EJZ 

EKA 



EKB 
EKC 

EKD 

EKE 

EKG 

EKH 

EKI 

EKJ 

EKL 

EKM 
EKN 
EKO 

EKP 



EKQ 
EKR 



EKS 
EKT 

EKIT 

EKV 
EKW 
EKX 

EKY 
EKZ 



Anchoe — Continued. 

— Stream, or, Small anchor {weight in 
cwts., if necessary) . 

— Tell them to recover my anchor. 
The light-ship at — is not at anchor on 
her station, or, Light-ship at :— is out 
of position qe 

— Tripped her anchor. 

— Unable to weigh — anchor. 

— Vessel indicated is at anchor (is anchor- 
ing). 

— Vessel indicated parted from her anchor. 

Want an anchor tc 

Want an anchor and cable yd 

— Water is too deep to anchor. 

— We had better anchor. 

— When anchored. 

— When do you intend to anchor? 

— When shall we anchor? 

— Where do you intend to anchor? 

— Where shall we anchor? 

— Why. do you anchor? 

— Will you assist me (or vessel indicated) 
in laying-out an anchor? 

-^Will you pick up my anchor for me?. 

— You may come to an anchor. 

— You will overlay my anchor. 

Anchorage. (See also Berth and Har- 
bor.) 
Am acquainted with the anchorage -Dgx 
Am not acquainted with anchorage -DH a 
Anchorage, or, Harbor is good enough 

with wind from — ■ ox 

Anchorage, or, Harbor is indiflferent-OY 
Anchorage, or, Harbor is safe with all 

winds oz 

— Any anchorage in the bay? 
Are you acquainted with the anchorage 

(place, or, channel)? dhc 

— Bad an^'horage. 
Best berth, (or, anchorage) bears from 

me -...EP 

Best anchorage is in • — fathoms ov 

Calls the attention of vessels coming 
into the anchorage on the bearing 
(from the person signaling) pointed 

out by compass signal dp 

Calls the attention of vessels leaving 
the anchorage on the bearing (from 
the person signaling) pointed out by 

compass signal dq 

— Can, or, will you point out (or, take me 

to) a good anchorage? 
— Change your anchorage. 
Do not attempt to make the anchorage 

(or, harbor) Fw 

— Do not know the anchorage (or, harbor). 
Do not risk an anchorage unless you 

have very good ground tackle px 

— Do you Imow of any anchorage (or, 
harbor)? 
-Do you know the anchorage (or, harbor)? 

Good anchorage odu 

-Good bottom for anchorage. 
How does the anchorage (or, harbor) 

bear? __. pa. 

-I do not know the anchorage (or, 

harbor). 
-I have (or vessel indicated has) knowl- 
edge of the anchorage. 



ELA 
ELB 



ELC 

ELD 
ELF 

ELG 
ELH 
ELI 



ELJ 
ELK 
ELM 

ELN 

ELO 

ELP 

ELQ 

ELE 

ELS 
ELT 
ELU 
ELV 

ELW 

ELX 

ELY 
ELZ 

EMA 

EMB 

EMC 

EMD 

EMP 

EMG 
EMH 
EMI 

EMJ 



Anchorage — Continued. 
I shall make for the anchorage (or, — ) 

with all despatch jt 

— I shall try the anchorage. 
— Is it a difficult anchorage to get away 
from? 
Is the anchorage (or, my anchorage) 
safe with all winds (specify which 

wind, if necessary)"! _.pb 

It is not very safe where you are an- 
chored EIX 

— Lose no time in getting to the an- 
chorage. 
— Safe anchorage. 
— Shall we get to the anchorage to-night? 

Unsafe anchorage - pe 

— Unsafe to remain at anchorage — until — . 
— We are to leeward of the anchorage. 
— We are to windward of the anchorage. 



Anchovy 



-CMD 

-SVW 



And. 

And the 

— And they. 

In and out 

— You and I (or, me). 

Anemometer. Wind gauge. 

Aneroid barometer. 

Aneurism. 

Angek-ry-ily. 

Angle. Angleways. 
— Angle iron. 

— Beveled to an angle of — i 
— Helm angle. 

Angular-ly. 

Animal. 

Anna. (Coin) 

Annex -ed-ing-ation. 

Annihilate-d-ing-ion. 

Anniversary. 

Announce-d-ment. 

Annoy-ed-ing-ance. 

Annual-ly. 

Annuity. 



Annul-led-linq. 
— Annul present formation. 
— Annul the hoist indicated by numeral 
signal. 
Annul the last hoist ; I will repeat it. VE 
-Annul the last signal. The last signal 

is annulled. 
Annul the whole signal vp 



-ASX 



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155 



ANOTHER— ANY. 



EMK 
BML 



EMN 



EMO 



EMP 
EMQ 
EMR 
EMS 
EMT 
EMU 
EMV 
EMW 

EMX 

EMY 

EMZ 
ENA 
ENB 

ENC 

END 

ENP 

ENG 

ENH 

ENI 

ENJ 

ENK 

ENL 

ENM 
ENO 



ENP 

ENQ 

ENB 
ENS 

ENT 

ENU 

ENV 
ENW 



ENX 
ENY 
ENZ 
EOA 



Another. 

— Another time. 

Let go another anchor ke 

Should like to have another compari- 
son GV 

Want another tug [indicate if more 
than one)- yte 

Answer-ed-ing. To answer. (See also 
Reply. ) 
Acknowledge, or, Answer my signa^or, 
message) dgo 

— Answer. {A reply.) 

Answered afBirmatively dpq 

Answered by telegraph wq 

— Answerable. 

— Answered, or, Replied by telegraph. 

— Answer the purpose. 

— Answered negatively. 

— Answering pennant (when spoken of). 

— Be very careful in your answer. 

— Can you await answer (or, reply) 1 

— Forward answer by telegraph to signal 

station at — . 
— He (or vessel indicated) has not had an 

answer. 
— How long ought I to be getting an an- 
swer from — 1 
— I am waiting for your answer. 
— I must decline answering. 
— I think something might be got to an- 
swer the purpose. 
— I will answer presently. 

In answer — to - --URP 

— Is answer suitable (or, suflBcient) ? 

— It will not answer. It is not suitable. 

— Must give, or. Gives an evasive answer. 

— Not answered. No reply. 

— Pferhaps it might be made to answer. 

— Received an answer. 

— Send an answer (or, reply). 

— Shall, or. Will answer (or, be answered). 

Signal is answered vk 

— Signal is not answered. 
— Tell my owner ship answers remarkably 
well. 

Wait foranswer(or, reply) tx 

—What answer (or, reply) ? 

What was the answer (or, reply)? ty 

— When do you expect an answer ? 

Will await answer (or,reply) tz 

— Will it answer the purpose ? 
—Will not answer her helm. 

Will you await answer (or, reply)?- - -UA 
— You can communicate with — and get 

an answer in — . 
— You can get an answer in — . 

Ant. 



Antarctic. 
Ante-meridian, or, A. M. 



-EDU 



Anthracite coal. 
Anticipate-d-ing-ion. 
Anti-fotjling composition. 
Antimony. 



EOB 

EOC 

EOD 

EOF 

EOG 

EOH 

EOT 

EOJ 

EOK 



EOL 



EOM 

EON 
EOF 
EOQ 
EOR 
EOS 

EOT 

EOU 

EOV 

EOW 

EOX 

EOY 

EOZ 



EPA 



EPB 

EPC 

EPD 

EPF 

EPG 

EPH 

EPI 

EPJ 

EPK 

EPL 

EPM 
EPN 
EPO 

EPQ 



Anti-pyrine. 
Anti-scorbutic. 
Antiseptic. 
Anvil. 

Anxious-ly-iety— to (for, or, about). 

Am anxious for you to — . 
— Anxious to hear of (or, from) — . 

Need be under no anxiety about — . 

Undfer no anxiety to (for, or, about) — . 

Very anxious — about — daj 

Any. 

Any alteration (or, change) ? ..eca 

Any alteration in the position of the 
armies? eby 

Any alteration in the position of the 
fleet (or, squadron) ? ebz 

Any anchorage in the bay ? ekq 

— Any arrival from ? 

Any bones broken? OYS 

— Any cases of fever on board (or, at — ) ? 

— Any casualties? 

— Any chance of war ? 

— Any commands ? 

— Any day — after — . 

Any deception kpg 

— Any doubt. 

— Any extras ? 

— Any farther. 

— Any fees (or, charges) ? 

— Any fighting at ? 

— Any forts ? 

— Any freight offering ? 

Any letters (or, despatches) on board ? 

KWX 

— Any letters (or, papers) for me (or per- 
son indicated)''. 
Any letters (or, papers) from — ? Jl 

— Any longer. 

— Any missing ? 

— Any mistake ? 

— Any more ? 

— Any necessity for — ? 

— Any news — of — ? 

-^Any news of my family ? 

— Any news of the — mail ? 

— Any opposition— to (or, from — ) ? 

— Any other. 
Any person. Anybody epq 

— Any person (anyone) on board. 

— Any rate. 

— Any sick on board ? 
Any sickness at — ?- UT 

— Anybody. Any person. 

Anyone (see epz) 

Anything (see eqd) 

Anywhere (seeEQR) 

Are, or. Is there— any ? bep 

Are there any alterations in the lights 

(or, marks)? ecb 

Are there any lights (or, land- 
marks)? QEA 

Are there any men-of-war about? ---Sa 

Are there any orders? stl 

At any time XTI 

Can I get any—? nyi 

Can, or. Will you take any—? XJE 



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ANY— APPEAR. 




Any — Continued. 




Anything— Continued. 




Can not be got oflE (or, afloat) by any 




Have you seen (or, heard) anything of 




means now available OD 




my (or, the) boat? pb 




Did you do any business? hnx 


EQO 


— I decline having anything further to do 




Do not have any communications 




(or, say) in the matter. 




with— --HV 




Is anything the matter? Has any acci- 




Do not make any alterations — until — 

ECO 




dent happened? bk 




EQP 


— Is there anything to bring me up? 




Do not show a light on any account- -QV 








Hadanyletters(or",despatches)arrived — 


EQR 


Anywhere. 




at? JM 


EQS 


— Anywhere else. 


EPR 


— Have you (or person indicated) any — ? 




Do you, or. Does— (vessel indicated) call 




Have you any combustibles on board ? . ho 




anywhere (or, at — )? hw 




Have you any message (telegram, orders, 


EQT 


—Have you called anywhere (or, at—)? 
— I shall not touch (or, call) anywhere (or, 




or, communication) for me? _ -IB 


EQU 




Have you any rockets? uze 




at—).. 




Have you had any births ? GLH 








Have you had any sickness on board? 


EQV 


Apart. 




WBA 

Have you received any orders^- 


EQW 


Apartments. 




from — ? STT 


EQX 


Apeak. 


I can not stop to have any communica- 
tion IF 

—If you have any doubt. 


EPS 


EQY 


Aperient. 




Is, or, Are there any? bep 








Is there any advantage to be gained ? . dnt 


EQZ 


Aperture. 




Is there any alteration in the market? 


ERA 


— Screw aperture. Screw well. 




EON 

Is there any alterationinthemarks?-ECM 


ERB 


Apologize-d-ing. Apology. 




Is there any danger — ^in — (of, or. 








from)? GA 


ERC 


Apoplexy-ectic. 




Is there any naval news? sem 








Is there any opportunity?- SRX 


ERD 


Apparatus. 




Is there any risk? uyb 


ERF 


— Apparatus for casting oil on the sea to 




Is there any shelter? VWL 




quiet it. 


EPT 


— Not any. None. 


ERG 


— Diving apparatus. 


EPU 


— Of any use. 


ERH 


— Life-saving (Mocket) apparatus. 


EPV 


— Scarcely any. 




Life-saving apparatus (Rocket) Station, 


EPW 


— Were there any? 




WRP 


EPX 


—Will it be of any usef 


ERI 


— Photographic apparatus. 


EPY 


— Will there be any? 


ERJ 


— Rocket (Life-saving) apparatus coming. 






ERK 


— Sounding apparatus. 




Anybody. Any person epq 




Thomson's (Kelvin) patent sounding 
apparatus teg 


EPZ 


Anyone. 






EQA 


— Anyone else. 


ERL 


Apparent-ly. 


EQB 


— Anyone hurt (or, wounded). 


ERM 


— Apparent time. 




Anyone on board epm 


ERN 


—Apparently favorable-y. 




Can you supply me with anyone to take 


ERO 


— Apparently shoal water to the — . 




charge (or, act) as engineer? eh 








Have you anyone that can work at a 


ERP 


Appeal-ed-ing. To appeal. 




forge? -- NLE 




Crew have appealed to the authorities. 


EQC 


— Is, or. Was there anyone on board? 




FNE 




Is anyone wounded (or, hurt)? eqb ' 


ERQ 


— Have, or. Has appealed. 




Not anyone Siu 


ER8 


— No use appealing. 






ERT 


—Shall, or. Will appeal. 


EQD 


Anything. 








Almost anything may be got EiB 


ERU 


Appear-ed-ing-ance. 


EOF 


— Anything belonging to — . 




Affairs appear more settled DOZ 


EQG 


— Anything else? 


ERV 


—Appear-ed-ing-ance favorable. 


EQH 


—Anything extra? 




Appearances are threatening. Be on 


EQI 


—Any thing for me (or person indicated)'! 




your guard-- FN 


EQJ 


—Anything further? 




Buoy, or, Mark does not appear to be in 


EQK 


— Anything in sight? 




its proper position hmg 


EQL 


— Anything of (or, from) — ? 


ERW 


— Do, or, Does not like the appearance of. 


EQM 


—Anything to (or, for) — ? 


ERX 


—Does not appear. 


EQN 


— Anything to send? 


ERY 


—Does, or. Did it appear? 




Anything wrong with the engines, - -RD 


ERZ 


— Every appearance of foul weather. 




Do not leave anything unsettled. --Qkr 


ESA 


—Has, or. Have the appearance of. 




Have you anything for sale? vfl 


ESB 


—It appears. 




Have you anything to report? URS 


ESC 


— No appearance of. 



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157 



APPEAR— ARE. 



BSD 

ESF 
ESG 

ESH 



ESI 

ESJ 

ESK 
ESL 

ESM 

ESN 
ESO 
ESP 
ESQ 
ESR 
EST 
ESU 

ESV 

ESW 

ESX 

ESY 

ESZ 

ETA 

ETB 

ETC 

ETD 

ETF 

ETG 



ETH 

ETI 

ETJ 

ETK 

ETL 

ETM 

ETN 

ETO 
ETP 

ETQ 



ETR 

ETS 
ETU 
ETV 
ETW 

ETX 
ETY 



Appeae — Continued. 

— Should it appear. 

— The appearance is not satisfactory. 

— The appearance is satisfactory. 

Vessel indicated appears in distress. NX 
— Vessel indicated (hearing, if necessary) 
appears to be — . 

What state does the battery appear to 
be in? -- fyv 

Wind appears to be steady zfh 

Appetite. Appetize-ing. 

Apple. 

Appliance. 
Life-saving appliance. 

Applicant. 

Apply-ied-inq — to (or, for). 
— Application. 

Porward-ed-ing application to (or, for). 
— Have applied (or, spoken) to—? 
— Have you applied [or, spoken) to — ? 
— Shall apply {or, speak) to. 
— Will you apply {or, speak) to? 

Appoint-ed-ing-ment — TO {nomination) . 

— Appointment is made. 

— Have, or, has an appointment. 

— Is the appointment settled? 

— Make an appointment for — . 

— Shall appoint — . 

— The appointment has not taken place. 

— Time appointed. 

— Will appoint. 

— Will you appoint? 

Apprehend-ed-ing. 
Apprehended [arrested) by the police, 

TNW 

— Apprehension-ive. 

— Do, or. Does not apprehend. 

— Do you (he, or, they) apprehend? 

Apprentice-d-ing-ship. 

Approach-bd-ing-able. (See also Close. ) 
Approaching land Qdm 

— Can not approach. _ . 

— Do not approach the coast, because it is 
mined. 

— Do not approach too near. 

—Meteorological OflQce {or, Weather Bu- 
reau) reports depression approaching, 
from the — 

—Meteorological Office {or. Weather Bu- 
reau) reports gale approaching from 
the — 
Pilot boat is approaching you dni 

Appropriate-d-ing-ly. 

APPROVE-BATION — OF. 

— Approved. 

— Do you approve — of? 

— Not approved of. 

Approximate-Ly. 
— Approximation. 



ETZ 

EUA 
EUB 

EUC 



EUD 

EUF 
EUG 



EUH 
EUI 

EUJ 



EUK 
EUL 



-CZJ 



April. 
About April the — . . 
Beginning of April. 
End of April. 
•Next April. 



Arab-ian-ic. 

Apron. 

Arbitrate-d-ing-or-ion. 
Court of Arbitration k ab 

Arc. 

— Arc light. 

Archbishop, or, Bishop. 

Archine {Russian measure of length), ayth 

Archine (Turkish measure of length)- aw 3 

Archipelago. 

Arctic. 
Antarctic enw 

Aedeb (msasure of capacity) ayl 

Are. (Square or surface measure). -A.xj 

Are-—' bej 

Are, Am, or. Is able to CYP 

Are, Am, or. Is not beg 

Are, Am, or, Is not able to cyg 

Are, Am, or. Is not to be bfd 

Are, Am, or. Is not to have bqd 

Are, Am, or. Is to beh 

Are, Am, or. Is to be ^ bpc 

Are, Am, or. Is to blame gmf 

Are, Am, or. Is to have bqc 

Are, or. Is his (her-s, its) bek 

Are, or, Is my (mine) bel 

Are, or, Is our-s, or. Are we? bem 

Are, or. Is the? - ben 

Are, or. Is their-s, or. Are they? .-.beo 

Are, or. Is there — any? bep 

Are, or. Is with — ber 

Are, or. Is you-r-s bes 

Ai-e there? bep 

Are there any orders? stl 

Are these (or, those)? beq 

Are they? beo 

Al-e to BEH 

Are to be bpc 

Are we (our-s)? --.bem 

Are you-r-s? ---BES 

Are you able to? cyh 

He, She, It (or persons or things indi- 
cated) had {or, have) done {or, is, or, 
are doing) bul 

He, She, It (or persons or things indi- 
cated) had (has, or, have) not done (or, 
is, or, are not doing) btjp 

He, She, It (or persons or things indi- 
cated)^a {or, are) for bur 

'He, She, It {or persons or things indi- 
cated) is (or, are) from bus 

He, She, It (or persons or things indi- 
cated)is (or, are) but 



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ARE— ARMY. 



Are — Continued. 
He, She, It {or persons or things indi- 

cated)is (or, are) able to buv 

He, She, It {or persons or things indi- 
cated) is {or, are) not buw 

He, She, It {or persons or things indi- 
cated) is {or, are) not able to Bux 

How are they? bxh 

How are you? .- bxi 

How is {or, are) he (she, it, or persons 

or things indicated) ? BXO 

If he (she, it, or persons or things in- 
dicated) is {or, are) byl 

If he (she, it, or persons or things in- 
dicated) is (or, are) able to btm 

If he (she, it, or persons or things in- 
dicated) is (or, are) not btn 

If he (she, it, or persons or things in- 
dicated) is (or, are) not able to bto 

If they are --Caf 

If they are not Cag 

If we are -Cax 

If we are not cay 

If you are cbq 

If you are not cbk 

If, or, Are, he (she, it, or persons or 

things indicated) ? bvy 

Is, or. Are his (her-s, it-s) bek 

I There are (or, is) cmg 

There are (or, is) not cmh 

They are for cnm 

They are from bet 

They are .' beu 

They are not -.- bev 

We are 1-.bew 

We are not - --BEX 

What, or. Which are (or, is)? cpw 

What, or, Which are (or, is) you-r-s?-CPY 

What, or, Which is {or, are) he (she, it, 

or persons or things indicated)'! .cpx 

When are {or, is)? CQw 

When are we? CQX 

When are you? ...cqy 

When he (she, it, or persons or things 

indicated) is {or, are) l.. crj 

When is (or. are) he (she, it, or persons 

or things indicated) t CRN 

When they are csi 

When we are CSL 

When you are Osn 

Where am I (or, are we)? csq 

Where are (or, is)? CSR 

Where are they?. cst 

Where are you bound? sh 

Where are you from? si 

Where are you going? csu 

Where he (she, it, or persons or things 

indicated) is (or, are).- ctd 

Where I am (or, we are) ctg 

Where is {or, are) he (she, it, or persons 

or things indicated)"). cth 

Where they are cua 

Where we are {or. lam) ctg 

Where you are cup 

Who are (or, is)? cui 

Why are {or, is)? -__, cuz 

Why are you? ' ova 

Why are you not? .cvb 

You are bey 

You are not bez 



EUM 

EUN 

EUO 

EUP 

EUQ 
EUR 

EUS 
EUT 

EUV 
EUW 
EUX 

BUY 
EUZ 
EVA 



EVB 
EVO 
EVD 
EVP 
EVG 



EVH 

EVI 

EVJ 

EVK 

EVL 



EVM 

EVN 

EVO 

EVP 

EVQ 

EVR 

EVS 

EVT 

EVU 

EVW 

EVX 

EVY 

EVZ 

EWA 

EWB 



EWC 

EWD 

BWF 

EWG 

EWH 

EWI 

EWJ 

EWK 



Area, or, Surface. 

Argentina. Argentina Colors. 

Argentino. (Coin.) asy 

Argue-d-ing-ment. 

Arise-n-ing. Arose. 

Arm-ed-ing. To arm. 
— Arms (weapons). 
—Arm boats. 
— Arm chest. 

Arm the lead - qjg 

— Armed men not allowed to land. 
— Armed merchant ship. 
— Armed with — . 

Fire-arms mzy 

— ^How are you armed ? 

How is she armed ? 

I have no arms. 

Not armed. Unarmed _ygj 

Man and arm boats gtv 

Send an armed boat guk 

— She is armed. They axe armed. 

— Small-arm men. 

— Small arms (mustets, etc.). 

— Small-arm magazine. 

— With arms. 

Without arms. Unarmed ygj 

Arm. {Limb) . 
— Arm broken. 
—Arm dislocated, 
— Left arm. 
—Right arm. 
Yard arm zkp 



-YS 



Armament. 

Armature. 

Armistice. 

Armistice has been arranged. 
— Is an armistice probable ? 

Armor-ed. 
— Armor belt. 
—Armor-clad. Iron-clad. 
— Armor-plate-d-ing. 
— Armored cable. 
— Armored cruiser. 
—Armored deck. 
— Armored ship. 
— Armored train. 

Armorer. 



Army. 

Any alteration in the position of the 
armies?.- eby 

Army is advancing.- dna 

— Army is retreating. 

— Army List. 

— Army Service Corps. 

— By, or. With the army. 

■ — Captain in the army. 

— Colonel. 

— Commander-in-Chief. 

—General. 



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159 



ARMY— ARTICLES OF AGREEMENT. 



EWL 
EWM 

EWN 
EWO 
EWP 



EWQ 
EWR 

EWS 



EWT 
EWU 

EWV 

EWX 

EY/Y 

EWZ 

EXA 

EXB 

EXC 

EXD 

EXF 

EXG 

EXH 

EXI 

EXJ 
EXK 

EXL 
EXM 

EXN 

EXO 



EXP 
EXQ 
BXR 

EXS 



EXT 

EXU 

EXV 

EXW 

EXY 



EXZ 
EYA 
EYB 
EYC 
EYD 
EYE 



EYG 
EYH 

EYI 



Army — Continued. 

— Lieutenant in the army. 

— Major. 

— Of, or. From the army. 

—To, or, For the army. 

— Where is tlie — army ? 

Arose. Arise-n-inq 



...EUP 



Around. 
Arrack. 

Arranqe-d-inq. To arrahge — to (or, 
FOR) . (See also Settle. ) 

Amicably arranged (or, settled) efg 

Armistice has been arranged TS 

— Arrange-d-ing mails. 

— Arrange-d-ing to receive (or, for recep- 
tion of). 

— Arrangement. 

-^Arrangements completed. 

— Can it be arranged 1 

— Can the difference be arranged ? 

— Has arrangement been made ? 

— I can arrange it. 

— I leave it to your arrangement. 

— Is all settled (or, arranged) ? 

— Is everything arranged — for ? 

— It was arranged that I should. 

— It was arranged that I should not. 

— Make-ing, Made arrangement — to — (or, 
for—). 

— No arrangement — to — (or, for). 

— Unable to arrange. 

— What are the time arrangements for — ? 

— What arrangements to {or, for — ) ? 

Arrear. 

Ajirest-ed-ing. 
Arrested (apprehended) by the police, 

TNW 

— Has been arrested. 
— Has not been arrested. 
— Under arrest. 

Arrive-d-ino— AT. To arrive. 
After, or. On arrival of— (or, at— )-DRE 
An express has arrived from — - - - mph 
Any arrivals from — ? bom 

— Arrival. 

— Arrived at destination. 

— Arrived during the day. 

— Arrived during the night. 

— Arrived safely. 

Await my arrival at — - epa 

Await the arrival of— ppc 

— Before arrival — of (or, at). 

— Can you await arrival of — ? 

-Despatches arrived. 

Do you wish your arrival reported ? 

— Due to arrive — at. 

— Expect to arrive. 
Had any letters (or, despatches) arrived 
— at? ™ 

—Had the mail arrived when you left ? 

— Has arrived off. 

—Has he (she, or, it) arrived — at ? 
Has the mail arrived — (from — . if nec- 
essary) ? - 'i^ 



EYJ 
EYK 

EYL 

EYM 
EYN 



EYO 



BYP 
EYQ 

EYR 

EYS 

EYT 



EYU 
EYV 

EYW 



Arrive— CoMimwed. 
—Have you heard of the arrival of — ? 
-I (or vessel in question or now indicated) 

arrived. 
-I shall await their arrival (or, the arrival 

of — ). 
-Important intelligence has arrived. 
— Large arrivals of — . 
Mail arrived — on the — (date indicated), 

RFC 

Mails have (or, had) arrived from — 

■ (datesupto — ) RFG 

Mail has or, had) not arrived from — 
(place indicated) RFI 

Mail steamer arrives-d at — Rpl 

— Not arrived. 
On, or. After arrival — of — {or, at — ) 

DRE 

Orders have not arrived yet — for — .suk 
Reinforcements constantly arriving -UOM 
Report my arrival (or, arrival of — ) .use 
—Shall I await your arrival? 
— Shall you await her arrival {or, the ar- 
rival of — )? 
■She (or vessel indicated) had (or, has) 
arrived. 

— She (or vessel indicated) had (or, has) not 
arrived. 
Telegraphic dispatches arrived from — 

JX 

-Very few arrivals. 

Vessels just arrived, show your ensigns, 

DY 

Vessels just arrived, show your numbers 

(or, distinguishing signals) dx 

Wait for arrival— of ppc 

-When did he (she, it, or vessel indicated) 
arrive? 
— When did you arrive? 

When does the — mail arrive? rpz 

When ought the next mail to arrive? 

RGA 

— Will arrive — at. 
Will you await her arrival {or, the arri 

valof — )? EYQ 

Your orders have not arrived yet .-SVA 

Arroba. (Measure of capacity) AYM 

Arroba. {Measure of weight) azy 



EYX Arrow. 



EYZ 

EZA 

EZB 

EZC 

EZD 
EZP 

EZG 

EZH 
EZI 

EZJ 



Arrowroot. 

Arsenal. 

Aesenic-al. 

Artery-eeial. 

Article. (Object.) 

— Article indicated can be supplied, but it 

will require fitting 
— Article indicated may be had at — (place 

indicated) . 
— Send the following articles. 
— The following articles. 

Articles of Agreement dug 

— Send ship's articles. 



160 



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Part II. 



ARTICLES OF AGREEMENT— ASK. 




Articles op Agreement — Continued. 


FBZ 


Ascend-ed-ing. 


EZK 


— Ship's articles (or, papers) . 






EZL 


— Signed articles. 


PGA 


Ascertain-ed-ing. 


EZM 


—Termination of articles. 


FOB 


— Ascertain what. 






PCD 


— Ascertain when. ^ 






FCE 


— Can you ascertain? 


EZN 


Artipice-ial-ly. 


FCG 


— Can not ascertain. 


EZO 


— Artificial horizon. 


FCH 


— Could it not be ascertained? 
Damage not ascertained kiy 


EZP 


Artificer. 


FCI 


— Did you ascertain? 


EZQ 


— Artificer diver. 


PCJ 


— Endeavor-ed-ing to ascertain. 


EZR 


—Engine-room artificer. 


FCK 


— Have you ascertained? 


EZS 


— Skilled artificer. 


FCL 


— It has been ascertained. 


BZT 


— What artificers have you? 




Passed a wreck (dafe, latitude, and longi- 
tude, if rkcessary) but was unable to 


EZU 


Artillery-ist-man. 




ascertain whether any people were on 


EZV 


— Artillery has been landed. 




board zw 


EZW 


— Artillery, or, Ordnance stores. 


PCM 


— Shall, or. Will ascertain. 


EZX 


— In want of artillery. 


FCN 


— When it is ascertained. 


EZY 


— No want of artillery. 










FCO 


ASCRIBE-D-ING. TO ASCRIBE. 


FAB 


As. 


POP 


—What do you ascribe it to ? 


PAC 


— As a matter of course. 






FAD 


— As close as. 


FCQ 


Ash. [Wood.) 


FAE 


— As convenient. 






FAG 


— As far as. 


FOR 


Ash. Cinder. 


FAH 


—As fast as. 


PCS 


— Ash pit. 


FAI 


— As fast as possible. 


FCT 


— Ash shoot. 


FAJ 


— As follows. 






FAK 


— As he (she, it, his, her-s, it-s). 


FCU 


Ashamed. 


FAL 


— As he is. 


FCV 


— Ought to be ashamed. 


FAM 


— As I (my, mine). 






FAN 


— As it happens. 


PCW 


Ashore. (See also Shore and Aground. ) 


FAO 


— As it is. 




Am on shore, likely to break up ; require 


FAP 
FAQ 


— As it is not. 
— As it may. 


PCX 


immediate assistance .-Ca 


— Are you going ashore? 


PAR 


—As it was. 




Do not send boats ashore after dark.GST 


PAS 


— As it was not. 




I am h stranger here ; will you let me 


FAU 


— As it will be. 




go ashore with you? och 




As little as qvu 


FCY 


— Let him bring ashore (on shore). 


FAV 


— ^As long as. 


FCZ 


—Send ashore — to .(or, for) — . 


PAW 


— As many as. 




Send thp letter bag on shore (or to vessel 


FAX 


— As many as convenient. 




indicated) psn 


PAY 


— As many (or, much) as possible. 




The ship's bags are sent ashore fso 


FAZ 


— As much as. 




Vessel (or vessel indicated) ashore near 


FBA 


— As much as can be taken. 




(or, on)— CH 


FBC 


— As near as. 






FBD 


— As often as. 


FDA 


Asia-tic. 


FBE 


— As quick as. 






PBG 


— ^As quick as possible. 


PDB 


Aside. 


FBH 


— As requested. 






FBI 


— As Requisite. 


FDC 


Ask— for-. To ask. (See also Request. ) 


FBJ 


— As slow as possible. 




Asked-ing pdm 


FBK 


— As soon as. 


PDF 


— Ask permission. 




As soon as alongside ..eav 




Ask stranger (or vessel indicated) if he 


FBL 


— As soon as convenient. 




will communicate ht 


FBM 


— As soon as it is dark. 


FDG 


—Ask— (person or vessel indicated) not 


FBN 


— As soon as it is dusk. 




to—. 


PBO 


— As soon as possible. 


FDH 


— Ask— (persoji or vessel indicated) to — . 




As soon as she is off (or, afloat) dpw 


PDI 


— Ask him if. 


FBP 


— As soon as-the flood tide makes. 


PDJ 


— Ask the. 


FBQ 


— As soon as there is a breeze. 


PDK 


— Ask you not to. 


PBR 


— As they (their-s) . 


FDL 


—Ask you to. 


PBS 


— As to. 


PDM 


— Asked-ing. 


FBT 


— As usual. 




Ashs name of ship (or, signal station) in 


FBU 


— As we (our-s). 




sight VG 


PBV 


— As well as. 




Asks precise time of high water, and 


PBW 


— As you-r-s. 




minimum depth at that time XE 


FBX 


—As you please. 




Note. — Reply will be : 
1. By an hour signal (see page 58). 


FBY 


Asbestos. 




2. By a numeral signal denoting feet. 



Fart II. 



GENERAL VOCABULARY. 



161 



ASK— ASSIST. 



FDN 
FDO 
FDP 
FDQ 
FDR 
FDS 



FDT 

FDU 
FDV 



FDW 

FDX 
FDY 

FDZ 



FEA 



FEB 
FEC 



FED 
FEG 

FEH 
FEI 



FEJ 

FEE 
FEL 



FEM 

FEN 
FEO 

FEP 
FEQ 

FER 

PET 

FEU 
PEV 



FEW 



Ask — Continued . 

— Better not ask the reason. 

— Hail the strange vessel, and ask- 

— Have, or, Has not asked. 

—Shall, or, "Will ask. 

— Unable to ask. 

— Will you ask ? 



Asleep. {See also Sleep.) 

ASSASSIN-ATE-ION. 

— An attempt to assassinate. 
Assassinated (or murdered)- 



-if— . 



AssAULT-ED-iNG. To ASSAULT. (See also 
Attack. ) 
Assault did not sncceed. 
— Commit-ted-ting an assault. 

ASSEMBLE-D-ING. 

About to assemble dae 

Assemble alongside eaw 

—Assembled on the. 

Boats to assemble .--QSe 

Convoy will assemble at port {or place 

indicated) JtlO 

— Have, or. Has assembled. 
— Shall, or. Will assemble. 
Should you part, endeavor to beach your 
vessel where people are assembled {or 
as pointed out by Compass Signal 

FROM you) ..FZU 

— Was. or. Were assembled. 
—When they assemble. ^ 

Assembly. 

— Assembly,Congress,Parliament(oroifee}- 
legislative body) adjourns {or, ad- 
journed) on the — . 

— Assembly,Congress,Pa,rliament(or'oi^er 

legislative body) is dissolved. 

Assembly, Congress, Parliament (or oiTier 

legislative body) met {or, meets) on 

the — - JPB 

— House of Assembly. 

ASSENT-ED-ING. 

Yes, or, Affirmative. 

c, or. Code Flag over c 

ASSERT-ED-ING. ASSERTION. 

— Have, or, Has asserted. 
— It is asserted. 

ASSESS-ED-ING-MENT. 

— Damages are assessed at — . 

Assessor. 

Assets. 

assign-ing-ment. 

Cause, or. Reason must be assigned.iPO 
The cause {or, reason) assigned, is --IFT 
The cause {or, reason) assigned is suf- 
ficient -iFtJ 

Assignee. 



FEX 



FEY 
FEZ 



FGA 
FGB 
FGC 



FGD 



FGE 
FGH 



FGI 
FGJ 



FGK 



FGL 



ASSIST-ANCE. 

Aground; want immediate assistance, 

NA 

Am drifting: want assistance cm 

Am on shore, likely to break up; re- 
quire immediate assistance ca 

— Assist — {vessel indicated). 

—Assistance was refused. 

Assistant .-- --FGY 

Boat is coming to your assistance ...et 

— Can assist. 

—Can be assisted {or, helped). 

— Can I assist ? 
Can I procure any assistance in the way 

of — ? CN 

— Can you assist 1 

Can you assist — {vessel indicated)"! — co 

Can not assist CP 

Could not render assistance CQ 

Damage, or. Defects can not be repaired 
without assistance bg 

Do not require assistance {or, further 
assistance) ck 

Do the best you can for yourselves, no 
assistance can be given ex 

Do you require any assistance {or, help) 
of— {or, from—)? cs 

Do you require further assistance ?--CT 

Do you require immediate assistance? 

ou 
-Every assistance will be given. 

Fire, or, Leak; want immediate assist- 
ance 1...NH 

-Give every assistance to — . 

I am aground; send what immediate 

assistance you can ^•..ce 

■ I am attacked ; want assistance. Help ; 
I am attacked nj 

I can not assist (help) you OTX 

I can not take you in tow, but will 
report you at — and send immediate 
assistance. xyq 

I require assistance from Lloyd's agent,' 

cv 

I shall get off {or, afloat) with assist- 
ance DPT 

I want assistance; please remain by 
me - NR 

-I will assist you {or vessel in distress). 

-If I have not assistance. 

In distress; want assistance ns 

In distress ; want immediate assistance a 

NC 

-Is — {vessel indicated) likely to assist 

{or, supply) me ? 
Lighthouse, or. Light-ship at — wants 

immediate assistance - cw 

Light-ship, or. Lighthouse at — wants 

immediate assistance cw 

May be got off {or, afloat) if prompt 

assistance be given cg 

May be got off {or, afloat) without 

assistance dpz 

-Medical assistance wanted ; want a sur- 
geon. 

Mutiny ; want assistance yp 

No assistance can be rendered ; do the 
best you can for yourselves ex 



a See Distress Signals, page 7. 



76564—09 11 



162 



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ASSIST— AT. 


. 






Assist — Continued. 




Astern — Continued. 




FGM 


— OfiEered assistance, but they declined. 


FHG 


—Astern of the. 






Passed a wreck (date, latitude and 




Convoy is astern .- 


—JUL 




longitude to follow, if necessary) but 




Convoy to keep astern of leader {or, \ 




couldnotrender any assistance ; people 




escort) 1_- 


IW 




still on board--- --_ zv 


FHI 


— Drop astern — of. 






Render all the assistance possible to -CY 


FHJ 


— Farther astern of. 






Require help (or, assistance) of (or, 




Go astern _- 


LJ 




from) cz 




Go astern. Heave all aback 


LP 




Rudder disabled ; will you assist me 1 




Go astern easy. Easy astern -.- 


LK 




(into port indicated, if necessary) . .!>&. 




Go astern full speed 


LM 




Send immediate assistance db 


FHK 


—Go astern of—. 




FGN 


— Send boat to assist. 




Go astern of me 


.--FHQ 




Ship disabled ; will you tow me? [into 


FHL 


—Has fallen astern. 






port indicated, if necessary) my 




Heave all aUack Go astern 


LP 


FGO 


—Should you require any assistance {or. 




I will pass astern of you. 






help)? 




Code Flag 


over z 


FGP 


— Surgeon, or, Doctor wants assistance. 


FHM 


— Keep farther astern. 






The ice is so solid I can not break 


FHN 


— Keep right astern. 






through ; sendhelp(or, assistance) -pcf 


FHO 


— Keep going astern. 






Vessel indicated (or, in distress) wants 




My engines are going astern. 






immediate assistance.- -- nw 




Code Flag 


overv 


FGQ 


— Vessel indicated does not require further 


FHP 


— Next astern. 






assistance. 


FHQ 


—Pass astern of me. 




FGR 


— Vessel indicated not likely to supply 


FHR 


—Stem way. ' Going astern. 






{or, assist) you. 


FHS 


— Tow astern. 




FGS 


— Vessel indicated wants assistance. 




Veer a boat astern 


..GVB 




Want a surgeon {or, doctor). Medical 


• 


Veer a breaker astern 


— FZZ 




assistance fgl 




Veer a rope astern __ - 


---VAC 




Want assistance -_ ye 










Want assistance ; mutiny yf 


FHT 


Astonish -ED-iNG-MENT. 






Want immediate assistance. In dis- 


FHU 


— Am, Is, or. Are astonished. 






tress a NC 


FHV 


— It is astonishing. 






Want immediate medical assistance -YL 










We are coming to your assistance. --DC 


FHW 


Asteonomy-ical-ly. 




FGT 


— What assistance do you require ? What 










do you want ? 


FHX 


.AlBUNDER. 




FGU 


—Will assist. 










Will you assist me {or vessel indicated) ? 


FHY 


Asylum. 






DE 


FH7, 


— Lunatic asylum. 






Will you assist me {or vessel indicated) 










in laying out an anchor ? ekl 


FIA 


At. At the. 






Will you go to the assistance of wreck 




At all {or, every) 


---DYI 




(bearing to follow, if necessary) - - -zy 




At all events---' 


--DYH 


FGV 


— With assistance fire can be subdued. 




At all times 


---DYJ 




With immediate assistance fire can be 




At anchor 


--EHN 




extinguished ny 




At any time 


--.XTI 




With some assistance I shall be able to 


FIB 


— At dawn. Daybreak. Dawn. 






set things right df 




At daylight. Daylight - 


-.KNB 


FGW 


— With the assistance of. 


FID 


—At first. 




FGX 


—Without assistance. 


FIE 
FIG 
FIH 


—At home. 
— At last. 
—At least. 




FGY 


Assistant. 


FIJ 
FIK 
FIL 


—At midnight. 
— At night. 
— At no time. 




FGZ 


ASSOCIATE-D-ING-ION. 


FIM 
FIN 
FIO 


— At noon. Noon. 
—At once. Now. 
—At one. 




FHA 


ASSORT-ED-ING-MENT. 


FIP 


*-At, or, In station. 






Assorted cargo hyv 


PIQ 


— At place specified. 
At present. For the present — 


...NHJ 


FHR 


Assume-d-in6-ption. 


FIR 
FIT 


— At quarters. 
— At random. 




FHC 


Assurance. 


FIU 

FIV 


—At sea. 

—At sunrise. Sunrise. 




FHD 


ASSURE-D-ING. 


PIW 
FIX 


—At sunset. Sunset. 

— At the extremity (or, end) of. 




FHB 


Astern— OF. 


FIY 


—At the landing place. 






Afloat astern (aft) bw 


FIZ 


—At the latter end of—. The latter end— I 




Astern easy lk 




of. 





a See Distress Signals, page 7. 



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163 



AT— ATTEST. 



FJA 

FJB 
FJC 
FJD 



FJE 
FJG 
FJH 
FJI 

FJK 
FJL 
FJM 



FJN 

FJO 
FJP 
FJQ 

FJR 

FJS 

FJT 

FJU 

Fjy 



FJW 
FJX 



FJY 
FJZ 



FKA 
FKB 
FKO 

FKD 

FKB 
FKG 
FKH 

FKI 

FKJ 



FKL 
FKM 

FKN 

FKO 
FKP 
FKQ 



At — Continued. 

At the nearest landing place qdo 

At the railway station uhe 

— ;At the (or, that) time specified. 
At this port..-,- -..toq 

— ^At top of. 

— At what time 1 At what hour ? 

— Is at — the. 

Not at all --.DYP 

To be at cnq 

Athwart. 

— Athwart hawse. 

—Athwart ship. 

— Athwart the tide '(current, or, stream). 

Atlantic. 

— North Atlantic. 

— South Atlantic. 

Trans- Atlantic xzw 

Atlas. 

Atmosphere. 

— Atidospheric disturbance. 

— Atmospheric pressure. 

Atrocious-ly-ness-ocitt . 

Attach-ed-ing-ment. 

Attach^). 

Attack-ed-ing. To attack. (See also 

Assault. ) 
— (An) Attack. 

Coup-de-main -_ _jyx 

False attack- msd 

— Have, or. Has been attacked. 
— Have you [or vessel indicated) been at- 
tacked ? 

I am attacked ; want assistance. Help ; 

lam attacked... nj 

— I attacked. 

— I (or vessel indicated) have been at- 
tacked — ^by. 

Night attack -SID 

— Serious attack. 
—Shall I attack ? 
— Slight attack. 

Support my attack xfa 

— To be attacked. 

Torpedo attack xwo 

— Wait for the attack. 

— Will you attack ? 

made an unsuccessful attack on — . 

Attempt-ed-ing to. (See also Try. ) 

An attempt to assassinate pdv 

— Attempted to put to sea. 
Do not attempt landing in your own 

boats EY 

Do not attempt to make the anchorage 

(or, harbor) rw 

— Do not attempt without a pilot. 

— Have, or. Has attempted. 

— I (or vessel indicated) Taaie the attempt 

but did not succeed. 
—Make an (or, the) attempt. 
—Shall attempt to get away. 
—Shall I make another attempt 1 



FKR 
FKS 



FKT 
FKU 
FKV 

FKW 
FKX 
FKY 
FKZ 



FLA 
FLB 
FLO 



FLD 

FLE 

FLG 

FLH 

FLI 
FLJ 



FLK 
FLM 

FLN 



Attempt — Continued. 
Shall I try (or, attempt) — to 1 

The attempt is dangerous gi 

Useless to attempt (or, try) — to. 
When may the bar (or, entrance) be 

attempted? - fwd 

■Will attempt— to {or, try). 

— ^Will you attempt to— (or, try) ? 

— You may make an attempt (or, try). 

Attend-ed-ing-ance. (To be present at.) 
— Attend on board. 
— Attend survey. 
— Attendant. 
Has been attended with no advantage, 



Attend-ed-ing. (To pay attention.) (See 
also Attention. ) 
Attend to signals. dg 

— I will attend to your signal. 



Attention-ive. 
Attention is called to page — , paragraph 
— , of the International Code-.-dh 
N. B. — The page is to be shovm first, and 
then the paragraph. This signal 
should be employed only between ves- 
sels iising the United States edition, 
as otherwise the pages I'ef erred to will 
not correspond. 
Calls the attention of the first (or, 
nearest) ship on the bearing (from the 
person signaling) pointed out by com- 
pass signal Di 

Calls the attention of second ship, etc .dj 
Calls the attention of third ship, etc.DK 
CaZZs the attentionof fourth ship,etc-DL 
Calls the attention of fifth ship, etc.DM 
Calls the attention of sixth ship, etc.DN 
Calls the attention of the shore signal 
station on the bearing (from the per- 
son signaling) pointed out by compass 

signal DO 

Calls the attention of vessel coming into 
the anchorage on the bearing (from 
the person signaling) pointed out by 

compass signal dp 

Calls the attention of vessel leaving the 
anchorage on the .bearing (from the 
person signaling) pointed out by com- 
pass signal . .T)Q 

Calls the attention of vessel whose dis- 
tinguishing signal will immediately 

follow DR 

— For yoiir attention. 
— Have, oi; Has paid particular atten- 
tion — to. 
— I am paying every attention. 

■ Look out. Pay attention DS 

— Pay attention to orders. 

Pay attention to signal dg 

— Pay attention to the helm. 
— Pay no attention to. 
Pay strict attention to signals during 

the night dt 

— Pay the greatest attention. 

— You do (or, did) not pay attention — to. 

Attest-ed-inq-ation. 



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Part II. 



ATTORNEY— AVOID. 



FLO 
FLP 

FLQ 



FLE 

FLS 
PLT 

FLU 

FLV 

FLW 

FLX 

FLY 

PLZ 

FMA 

FMB 
FMC 
FMD 

PME 
FMG 
FMH 

FMI 



FMJ 

FMK 

FML 
FMN 
PMO 
FMP 



FMQ 
FMB 

FMS 
FMT 
PJtU 

FMV 
PMW 
FMX 
FMY 

FMZ 

FNA 
FNB 

FNC 
PND 



FNB 
FNG 



Attoeney. (Solicitor. ) 
— Power of attorney. 

Attkact-ed-ion. 
Have you any local attraction (devia- 
tion) JHE 

Attribute -d-ing-able. 

Auction. 

■Sales by auction. 
— Sold by auction. 

Audience. Audiblb-y. 

audit-ed-ing. 

Auditor. 

Auger. 

Augment-ed-ing-ation. 



-CZK 



August. 

About August the — . 
—Beginning of August. 
—End of August. 
— ^Next August. 

Austi{alia-n. 
— ^Australian meat. 
Australian -"vine. 



AuSTEiA-N. Austrian and Hungarian 
Colors. 
Bank of Austria run 

AUSTRO-HUNGARIAN LlOYD'S. 

Author. 

Authority. (Delegated power.) 

— Authority insufficient. 

—Authority is [or, will be) questioned. 

— Authority sufficient for the occasion. 

. By what authority? What is your 

authority? fmy 

— Exceed-ed his {or, their) authority. 
— Exercised his {or, their) authority. 

Give authority {authorize) fns 

— Have {or, has) no authority to — . 
— Have you authority to — ? 

I have authority from, or. Am author- 
ized by — . 
— I have no authority. 

No authority — to — . 

On the authority of — . 
— What is your authority? By what 

authority? 
— Without authority. Unauthorized. 

Authorities. {Persons in authority!) 
— Authorities {or. Police authorities) have 

interfered. 
—Authorities must interfere. 
— Authorities will not interfere. 

Authorities will put an end to the 
affair dpj 

Civic authorities. Alderman dws 

—Crew have appealed to the authorities. 
— Dock authorities. 



FNH 
PNI 
FNJ 
FNK 

FNL 
FNM 
FNO 



FNP 



PNQ 

FNB 

FNS 
FNT 

FNU 

PNV 
FNW 
PNX 
FNY 

FNZ 
POA 
FOB 

FOC 
POD 

FOE 



FOG 
POH 
FOI 
FOJ 



POK 

POL 
POM 

FON 

POP 

FOQ 

FOR 

POS 



POT 

FOU 



Authorities — Continued. 
— Dock -yard authorities. 
— Harbor authorities. 
— Inform harbor authorities. 
— Legal authorities. 

-Local authorities. 

-Medical authorities 

-Police authorities. 

Police {or, other) authorities have ac- 
quitted -- DHT 

Police {or, other) authorities have de- 
cided against the crew kdg 

-Police {or, other) authorities have fined 
■ %■ 

Police {or, other) authorities have inter- 
fered . PNB 

Police {or, other) authorities have taken 
some of the crew out of the ship.KDH 

—Police {or, other) authorities will not 
give any redress. 

— Port authorities. 

AuTHORizE-D-iNG. {See also Authority. ) 
— Have you authorized? 

Automatic-ally. 

Autumn — of. 
— Autumnal. 
— Last autumn. 
— Next autumn. 

Auxiliary. 

— Auxiliary engine. 

— Auxiliary screw. 

AVAIL-ED. 

— Avail yourself of. 
Available. 
Can not be got off {or, afloat) by any 

means now available od 

I am sinking {or, on fire), send all avail- 
able boats to save passengers and 
crew NO 

—I shall {or, will) avail myself of. 

— If available. 

— It is of no avail. 

— It will not avail much. 

No boat available fg 

No doctor {or, surgeon) available ..wm 

No interpreters available prp 

No lighters available rb 

— Send all available spars for — to. 
There are no tugs available '..xz 

Avast. 

— Avast heaving. 

Avenue. 

Average. An average. 
About the average czx 

-An average number (or, quantity) of—. 
Does not amount to an average of — .egj 
-General average. 

AVERSE-ION. 

Aviso, or Despatch, vessel kwy 

Avoid-ed-ing-able. 
— Avoid, if possible. 



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AVOID— BACK. 



FOV 

FOW 

FOX 



FOY 

FOZ 
FPA 
FPB 

FPC 
FPD 



FPE 

FPG 

FPH 

FPI 

FPJ 

FPK 

FPL 

FPM 

FPN 

FPO 

FPQ 



Avoid — Contiivued. 

— Avoid-ed-ing confusion. 

—Can avoid {or, be avoided). 

■Can not avoid {or, be avoided). 

Unavoidable-ly 



-YGK 



Avoirdupois. ( Weight. ) 

AwAiT-BD-iNG. (See aZso Wait. ) To await. 

— Await my arrival at — . 

— Await otitside the inspection of the of&- 
cials. 

— ^Await the arrival of — . 

— Awaiting coroner's inquest. 
Can you await answer (or, reply)?. -EMV 

Can you await arrival of — 1 eya 

I have received orders for you to await 

instructions from owners at — SQ 

I shall await their arrivaUoj", the arrival 

of — ) EYL 

I will telegraph for your orders if you 

will await reply sv 

Keep off and on, and await instruc- 
tions sx 

Shall I await your arrival ? eyp 

Will await answer {or, reply) tz 

Will you await answer (or, reply) ?--TJA 
Will you await her {or, the arrival 

of—)? EYQ 

Your orders will be awaiting you off — 
{or, at — ) SVB 

AwAKE-N-iNG. Awoke. 

award-ed-inq. 

Aware. 

— Am, Is, or. Are aware — of. 

— Am, Is, or. Are not aware — of. 

— Are you aware ? 

— I was not aware of it. 

— Is he aware ? 

— ^Not aware. 

Awash. 

Away. 

Bring away hip 

Carried away ico 

Castaway --.ieb 

Castaways iec 

. Clear away itb 

Could any vessel have got away after 
you? OPC 

Cutaway your masts kj 

Cutaway khg 

Do you think we could get away 

from — ? XPZ 

Doctor, or. Surgeon is away ljv 

Funnel carried away ..nto 

Go away obb. 

Have, or. Has carried away ICQ 

Heave away oi'z 

Is it a difacult anchorage to get away 

from ? ^^^ 

Is keeping away pvf 

Is my berth a good one for gettmg away 

from?...- GFW 

Keep away pym 

Keep more away pyw 

Lower away .--- ebz 



FPE 



FPS 

FPT 

FPU 

FPV 
FPW 
FPX 
FPY 
FPZ 



FQA 



FQB 

FQC 

FQD 

FQE 

FQG 

FQH 

FQI 

FQJ 



FQK 

FQL 
FQM 



FQN 



Away — Continued. 
My sails are all blown away {or, split), 

VEC 

Open. Get farther away » mo 

Ban, or, Runaway uho 

Shall attempt to get away pkp 

Slackaway wfq 

The breeze will die away hop 

You run away from me , vol 

AwEiQH. {See also Weigh). 
Are you, or. Is — {vessel indicated) 

aweigh? zm 

I am aweigh zn 

— Vessel indicated is aweigh. 

Awhile. While-st. 

awkward-ly-ness. 

Awning. 

-Deck awnings. 
— Furl awnings. 
— Slope awnings. 
— Spread awnings. 

Awoke. Awake-n-ing ppe 

Axe. 
Pickaxe thr 

AXIS-IAL. 

Axle. Axletree. 

azimuth-al. 

— Azimuth compass. 

— Azimuth table. 

— Have you an azimuth compass? 

— I have an azimuth compass. 

— Variation by azimuth. 



B. {Letter.) {For new method of 
seepage 13.) 

Back-ed-ing. 
Back main topsail xwc 

— Back the. 

Back the anchor EHO 

Ordered back sup 

Put back ...uow 

Put back damaged ..ucx 

Send back -VPQ 

— Was obliged to put back. 
What is the cause of your putting back? 

UDE 



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Part II. 



BACKSTAY— BANK. 


FQO 


Backstay. 


FSW 


Bake-d-ing. 




FQP 


— Topmast backstay. 


FSX 


— Bakery. Bake house. 




FQR 


Backwakd-ly-ness. 


FSY 


Baker. 




FQS 


Bacon. 


FSZ 
FTA 


Balance-d-ing. 
— Balanced rudder. 




FQT 


Badly. 








FQU 


— A bad method. 




Bale. (Measure of Capacity. )... 


. — ayn 




Bad accommodation dcn 


FTB 


—Bale of—. 






Bad account -DEX 


FTC 


—Bales of cotton. 






Bad anchorage ekr 








FQV 


—Bad berth. 


FTD 


Bat,e-d-ing-r. To bale out. 




FQW 


— Bad case. 




» 




FQX 


—Bad chahce. 


FTE 


Ball. 




FQY 


— Bad coal. 




Ball {dance) 


— KJW 


FQZ 


— Bad condition. 


FTG 


— Ball cartridge. 




FRA 


— Bad conduct. 


FTH 


—Is there a time ball at — ? 




FRB 


—Bad example. 


FTI 


—Time ball. 




FRO 


—Bad fuel. 


PTJ 


— Time ball drops at — . 




FRD 


— Bad habit. 


PTK 


— When does time ball drop? 




FRE 


— Bad landing. 








FRG 


— Bad lookout. 


FTL 


Ballast-ed-ing. 




FRH 


— Bad news — of. 


FTM 


— Ballast can be got at. 




FRI 


— Bad order. In b^d order. 


FTN 


— Ballast, or, Cargo has shifted. 






Bad weather __ zb 


FTC 


—Ballasted with — . 






Bad weather isexpected -FP 


FTP 


— Can I obtain ballast at — ? 




FRJ 


— Badly done. 


FTQ 


— I am {or vessel indicated is) In ballast. | 


FRK 


— Badly stowed. 


FTR 


— Light in ballast. 




FRL 


—Badly, or, Seriously wounded. 


FTS 


— Must take in more ballast. 




FRM 


— Engines working badly. 


FTU, 


—Pig of ballast. 




FRN 


— He, She, or. It is very bad. 


FTV 


—Water ballast. 




FRO 


— In a bad way. 


FTW 


— Water ballast tank. 




FRP 


—In bad health. 








FRQ 


— Is he (she, or, it) bad? 


FTX 


Balloon. 




FRS 


— Markets are very bad (very low). 


FTY 


— Captive balloon. 




FRT 


—Not bad-ly. 








FRU 


—Very bad-ly. 




Balsam op copaiba 


JVO 


FRV 


— ^Very bad draught. 




Friars Balsam 


— -NRP 


FRW 


— Very bad weather. 








FRX 


— Work badly. 


FTZ 


Bamboo. 




FRY 


— Worked-ing very badly. 


FUA 


Band. {Music.) 




FRZ 


Badge. 








FSA 


— Badge of offlce. 


FUB 


Band-ed-ing. 




FSB 


Bapple-d-ing. 


FUC 


Bandage-d-ing. 




FSC 


— Baffling wind. 


FUD 


Bandit-tl 




FSD 


Bag. 








FSE 


— Bread bag. Biscuit bag. 


FUE 


Banish-ed-ing-ment. 




FSG 


— Carpet bag. 








FSH 


— Coal bag. 


FUG 


Banjo, or, Screw frame. 




FSI 


—Hand bag. 








PSJ 


— Mail bag. Letter bag. 


FUH 


Bank-ed-ing. To bank. 




FSK 


—Oil bag. 


FUI 


—Bank, or, Pile of — . 




FSL 


—Sand bag. 


FUJ 


— Bank up. 




FSM 


— Send bag for. 


FUK 


— Bank up fires. 




FSN 


— Send the letter bag on shore {w to vessel 




Clouds are banking up 


...IWA 




indicated). 




Keep your fires banked up 


— PZT 


FSO 


— ^The ship's bags are sent ashore. 








FSP 


— Whkt is the number of mail bags you 


FUL 


Bank. {Office.) 






have on board? 


FUM 

FUN 


—Bank of Austria. 
—Bank of England. 




S^§ 


Baggage. 


FUO 


— Bank of France. 




FSR 


—Baggage port. 


FUP 


— Bank of Germany. 




FST 


Bail-ed-ing-able. 


FUQ 
FUR 


—Bank of Italy, 
—Bank of Russia. 




FSU 


Bailiff. 


FUS 
FUV 


— Bank of Spain. 
—Bank of Turkey. 




FSV 


Bait. 


FUW 


—Bank of — . 





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167 



BANK— BARRICADE. 



FUX 



FUY 
FUZ 



FVA 

FVB 

FVC 
FVD 
FVE 
FVG 

FVH 



FVI 

FVJ 

FVK 
FVL 
FVM 

FVN 

FVO 

FVP 
FVQ 

FVR 
FVS 



FVT 



FVtJ 
FVW 
FVX 
FVY 

FVZ 
FWA 

FWB 

FWC 



FWD 



FWB 



Bank — Continued. 

— Bank (name indicated) has suspended 
payment. 

Bank note, or, paper money asv 

-Bank rate. 
— ^Banker. 

Savings bank-_- via 



Bank. (Shoal. ) 

Along the bank of .eak 

— Deepest water is nearest the bank (or-, 

reef). 
— I have had thick fog on the bank. 
— On a sand bank. 
— On the left bank of the river.* 
— On the right bank of the river.* 
*NoTE. — The left or the right hand bank 

in descending the stream. 
■Sand bank. 
Stand nearer the bank (reef, shoal, or, 

bar). FWA 

The bank is encumbered by fishing 

boats EP 

— The bank vs^as clear of fog. 

Bankrtjpt-cy. 

Agent is bankrupt..- dsl 

—Bankrupt, or. Failed. 

—Bankruptcies, or. Failures. 

— Have any bankruptcies taken place? 

Banquet-ed-ing. 

Baptize-d-ing-ism. 

Bab (of a harbor, etc) . 

— At — i^time specified) there will be — feet 

water over the bar. 
— Bar can not be crossed until — . 
— Bar harbor. 

Bar, or, Entrance is dangerous fq 

Bar is impassable fr 

Bar is impassable for boats on the ebb 

tide -EQ 

Bar is not dangerous la 

— Bar, or, Entrance not safe except just 

at slack water (or, at — , time indi- 
cated). 
— Bar, or, Sands shifted. 
— Bar passable. 
— Can I clear the bar? 
—Can I cross the bar? Shall I be able to 

get over the bar? 
—On the bar. 
—Stand nearer the shoal (bank, reef, or, 

bar) . 
—Vessel has struck on the bar. 
—What are the leading marks for cross- 
ing the bar? 
What is the depth of water on the bar 

(infeet)1 ^Q 

—When may the bar (pr, entrance) be 

attempted? 
When will be the best time for crossing 

the bar? xm 

You will have water enough over the 

bar (depth in feet to follow) vt 

—You will not have water enough over 

the bar (or, into the harbor) (depth in 

feet to follow) . 



FWG 
FWH 
FWI 

PWJ 
FWK 
FWL 



FWM 

FWN 

FWO 
PWP 
FWQ 
PWR 

FWS 



FWT 

FWU 

FWV 

FWX 

PWY 

FWZ 



FXA 
FXB 
FXC 
FXD 

FXE 

PXG 
FXH 
FXI 
FXJ 

FXK 
PXL 
FXM 

FXN 

FXO 
FXP 
FXQ 

FXR 



FXS 
FXT 
FXU 



PXV 
FXW 



Bak. Baebbd-ing. 
— Capstan b.ar. 
— Crowbar. 

—Eccentric bar broken. 
— Fire, or. Furnace bar. 
— Radius Tsars. 



Barbek. 



Barbette. 

Bare-ness 

— Barely. 

— Bare poles. 

— Barely possible. 
Barely room to wear uzo 

— Barely sufficient. 

Barely time to save the mail ret 

Running under bare poles - -.VCJ 

— You have barely room. 

Bargain-ed-ing. To bargain. 
— Better bargain beforehand. 

Barge. 

— Bargeman. 

Barilla. 



-FXO 



Bark. (See Barque) 
Bark (of a tree). 
Barley. 
Barnacle. 



Barometer. 
Note. — For Barometer Table, seepageSQ. 
Aneroid barometer elp 

—How is the barometer? What is the 

barometer doing ? 
— I have not a barometer. 
— The barometer has fallen very rapidly. 
—The barometer is falling. 
—The barometer is rising. 
—The barometer is steady. 
—The height of the barometer is — 
—Watch the barometer. 

What is the barometer doing? fxe 

—What is the height of barometer ? 

Barque. 

— Barquentine. 

— Pour-masted barque. 

Barrack. 

Barbel. (Measure of capacity) ayo 

— Barrel of — . 

— Barrel of flour. 

— Barrel of oil. 

Empty barrel — LXW 

Powder barrel trj 

Tar barrel -.xkq 

Water barrel — -TVM 

Barben-ness. 

Barricade-d-ing. Barrier. 



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Part n. 



BARRICOE— BE. 



FXY 
FXZ 

FYA 

FYB 

FYC 
FYD 

FYE 

FYG 

FYH 

FYI 



FYJ 
FYK 



FYL 

FYM 

PYN 



PYO 
FYP 
FYQ 
FYR 
FYS 
FYT 
FYU 
PYV 



FYW 

FYX 
FYZ 
FZA 

FZB 
FZC 
FZD 



FZE 
FZG 

FZH 
FZI 

FZJ 
FZK 



Baeeicoe. (Breaker or small cask.) 
Veer a barricoe aste;:n. 

Barrow. 

Barter-bd-ing. 

Base. 

— Base of operations. 

Basin. (See also Dock.) 

Basis. 

Basket. 

Bathb-d-ing-r. Bath. 

Batman. (Measure of Weight) bay 

Batten-ed-ing. 
— Batten-ed-ing down. 
Rolling batten uzk 

Batter-ed-ing. To batter. 

Battery. 

— Are there any batteries ? 

Daniell's batteries klm 

Electric batteries luq 

Firing batteries nae 

Le Clanche's batteries qlz 

— Masked batteries. 
— Mortar batteries. 
— Range of batteries. 
— Test batteries. 

— The enemy is throwing up batteries. 
— There are no batteries. 
— Under the batteries. 
— What state does the battery appear to 
be in? 
You are within range of the batteries 
(or, of the guns) -- GO 

Battle. 
After the battle drl 

— Battle ship. Line-of -battle ship. 

— Before the battle. 

— Indecisive battle between the — and — 

(names indicated) . 
— When was the battle fought ? 
— Where was the battle fought ? 
has won a great battle at — , with a 

loss of killed and wounded reported 

at — . 

Baulk-ed-ing. Balk. 
— Baulk of timber. 

Bay. Bay of. 

Any anchorage in the bay ?-. bkq 

— In the bay of — . 

Shall anchor in the bay EJO 

Bayonet. 
Bazaar. 

Be. Been. Being , bpa 

Am, Are, or, Is not to be bfd 



Be — Continued. 

Am, Are, or. Is to be bpc 

Be on the alert dwv 

Be the bfe 

Can, or. Maybe bfg 

Can, or, May do (or, be done) blt 

Can, or. May have been bfh 

Can, or. May have done (or, been done) 

BLV 

Can, or, May he (she, it, or person s or 

thing s indicated) be? btk 

Can, or. May he (she, iti or persons or 

things indicated) have been? btl 

Can, or, Ma^Ihel -Bkh 

Can, or. May it be done? blw 

Can, or. May there be? bfi 

Cannot, or, May not be bfj 

Can not, or, Maynot do(or, be done)-BLX 

Can not, or. May not have been bfk 

Can not, or, May not have done (or, been 

done) BLZ 

Can not, or. May not he (she, it. or per- 
sons or things indicated) be? btm 

Can not, or. May not he (she. it, or per- 
sons or things indicated) have been? 

btn 

Could, or. Might be bfl 

Could, or. Might do (or, be done)--BMA 

Could, or. Might have been. bfm 

Could, or, Might have done (or, been 

done) - BMC 

Could, or, Might he (she, it, or persons 

or things indicated) be? bto 

Could, or. Might he (she, it. or persons 

or things indicated) not be? btp 

Could, or. Might not be bfn 

Could, 07-, Might not do (or, be done)-BMD 

Could, or. Might not have been bfo 

Could tij'. Might not have done (or, been 

done) bme 

Could, or, Might there be? bfp 

Had, Has, or, Have been bfq 

Had, Has, or. Have done (or, been done) 

bmr 
Had, Has, or, Have, he (she, it. or per- 
son s or things indicated) been?. _btu 
Had. Has. or. Have, he (she, it, or per- 
sons or things indicated) not been? 

btx 

Had, or, Have I been bfr 

Had, Has, or, Have not been bfs 

Had, Has, or, Have not done (or, been 

done) ---BMS 

Had, or. Have they been? bft 

Had, or, Have we been? bfu 

Had, or, Have you been? bfv 

Having been .:..-- bfw 

He, She, It (or persons or things indi- 
cated) can (or, may) be BUC 

He, She, It (or persons or things indi- 
cated) can not (or, may not) be---BUE 
He, She, It (or persons or things indi- 
cated) had (has, or, have) been-..BUK 
He, She, It (or persons or things indi- 
cafed) had (has, or, have) not been.BUO 
He, She, It (or persons or things indi- 
cated) must be buz 

He, She, It (or persons or things indi- 
cated) must not be Bvc 

He, She, It (or persons or things indi- 
cated) ought to be BVF 



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BE. 



Be — Continued. 
He, She, It {or persons or things indi- 
cated) ought not to be Bva 

He, She, It (or persons or things indi- 
cated) shall (or, will) be bti 

He, She, It (or persons or things indi- 
cated) shall (or, -will) not be bvk 

He, She, It (or persons or things indi- 
cated) should (or, -would) be BVM 

He, She, It (or persons or things indi- 
cated) should (or, would) do (or, be 

done) „ BVN 

He, She, It (or persons or things indi- 
cated) should (or, would) not be--BVQ 
He, She, It (or persons or things indi- 
cated) should (or, would) not do (or, 

be done) bve 

He, She, It (or persons or things indi- 
cated) was (or, were) to be bvw 

He, She, It (or persons or things indi- 
cated) was (or, were) not to be...BVX 

I can (or, may) be bpx 

I can not (or, may not) be bpy 

I could (or, might) be bpz 

I could (or, might) not be'^- bga 

I had (01; have) been bgc 

I had (or, have) not been bgd 

I must be , bob 

I must not be bgf 

I shall (or, will) be bgh 

I shall (or, will) not be: bgi 

I should (or, would) be bgj 

I should (or, would) have been bgk 

I should (or, would) not be — — bgl 
I should (or, would) not have been . _ bgm 

If it can (or, may) be done bzr 

If it can not (or. maynot)bedone- ,-BZS 
Is, etc. (See Am, above.) 

Is it not to be done? bni 

Is it to be done? --Bnj 

It, etc. (See He, above. ) 

It can be bgn 

It can (or, may) be done bnk 

It cannot be bgo 

It can not (or, may not) be done _ _ -BNL 

It could (or. might) be done bnm 

It could (or, might) not be done bno 

It had {or, has) been -..bgp 

It had (or, has) been done bnp 

It had (or, has) not been. _- --BGQ 

It had (or, has) not been done bnq 

It ought to be BGR 

It ought to be done '- bnr 

It ought not to be --bgs 

It ought not to be done -. -_bns 

It shall (or, will) be - --BGT 

It shall (or. will) be done bnt 

It shall (or, will) not be bgu 

It shall {or, will) not be done bntj 

Let her be --BGV 

Let him be bxe 

Let them be bgw 

Let us be ...box 

May, etc. (See Can, above. ) 
Might, etc. (See Could, above.) 

Must be CEM 

Must do (or, be done)- -- --CEN 

Must have been - CEP 

Must not be - cev 

Must not do (or, be done) CEW 

Need be - --BGY 



Be — Continued. 

Need not be -BGZ 

Not be (been, being) cfn 

Not to be CGH 

Not to be done CGI 

Not to be had ogj 

Ought not to be __ - chs 

Ought to be -CHT 

Ought to do (or, be done) chz 

Shall, or, Will be bha 

Shall, or, Will do (or, be done) bnw 

Shall, or. Will have done(or, been done), 

BNX 

Shall, or, Will he (she, it, or persons or 
things indicated) be? bwe 

Shall, or, Will he, (she it, or, persons or 
thing-s indicated) do (or, be done) ? 

bwf 

Shall, or. Will he (she, it, or persons or 
things indicated) not be? BWi 

Shall, or, Will he (she, it, or persons or 
things indicated) not do (or, be done)? 

BWJ 

Shall, or. Will I be? bhc 

Shall, or, Will not be bhd 

Shall, or. Will not do (or, be done). . bny 
Shall, or, Will not have done (or, been 

done) BNZ 

Shall, or. Will there be? bhe 

Shall, or, Will they be? bhf 

Shall, or, Will we be?. L bhg 

Shall, or, Will you be? bhi 

Shall, or, Will you not be? bhj 

Should, or, Would be bhk 

Should, or. Would do (or, be done). -BOP 

Should, or. Would have been bhl 

Should, or. Would have done (or, been 

done) BOG 

Should, or, Would he (she, it, or persons 

or thing-s indicated) be? bwn 

Should, or. Would he (she, it, or persons 

or things indicated) do (or, be done)? 

BWO 

Should, or. Would he (she, it, or persons 
or thing-s indicated) have been?- -Bwq 

Should, or. Would he (she, it, or persons 
or things indicated) not bs? bws 

Should, or. Would he (she, it, or persons 
or things indicated) not do (or, be 
done)? bwt 

Should, or, Would he (she, it, or persons 
or things indicated) not have been? 

BWV 

Should, or. Would not be bhm 

Should, or. Would not do (or, be done), 

BOH 

Should, or. Would not have been. _ .bhn 

Should, or. Would not have done (or 

been done) boi 

Should, or. Would there be? bho 

That, or. This can (or, may) be ckr 

That, or, This can not (or, may not) be, 

CKT 

That, or. This could (or, might) be.CKV 
That, or. This could (or, might) not be, 

CKW 

That, or. This had has, (or, have) been, 

OKY 

That, or, This had (has or, have) not 

been ckz 

That, or. This must be CLJ 



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Part II. 



BE— BEAM. 



Bb — Continued. 
That, or, This must not be clm 

That, or, This shall (or, will) be cln 

That, or, This shall {or, will) not be-CLO 
That, or, This should (or, would) be.CLP 
That, or. This should (or, would) not be, 

CLQ 

There can (or, may) be cmj 

There can not (or, may not) be cml 

There could (or, might) be cmo 

There could (or, might) not be cmp 

There had (has, or, have) been cmr 

There had (has, or, have) not been.CMS 

There shall ( or, will) be Cmv 

There shall (or, will) not be CMX 

There should (or, would) be cmz 

There should (or, would) have been-CNA 
There should (or, would) not be.--CND 
There should (or, would) not have been, 

ONE 

They can (or, may) be bhp 

They can not (or, may not) be bhq 

They could (or,might) be bhk 

They could (or, might) not be bhs 

They had (or,have) been bht 

They had (or,have) not been bhu 

They must be bhv 

They must not be..-.' bhw 

They ought to be bhx 

They ought not to be bhy 

They sTiall (or,will) be bhz 

They shall (or, will) not be. bia 

They should (or, would) be bic 

They should (or, would) not be bid 

They were to be bie 

They were not to be..- ..bif 

To be - CNF 

To be at - cnq 

To be done cnb 

To be had CNS 

Was, or. Were to be big 

We can (or, may) be bih 

We can not (or, may not) be bij 

We could (or,might) be bik 

We could (or, might) not be bim 

'We had (or, have) been bin 

We had (or, have) not been bio 

We must be bif 

We must not be biq 

We shall (or, will) be bir 

We shall (or, will) not be ...bis 

We should (or, would) be bit 

We should (or, would) not be biu 

We were to be Biv 

We were not to be biw 

When shall (or, will) be? CES 

When shall (or, will) it be done?.--CEX 

When shall (or, will) you be? csd 

Where shall (or, will) be? ctl 

Where shall (or, will) you be? ctu 

Will, etc. (See Shall, above.) 

Will it be? BIX 

Would, etc. (See Should, above. ) 

You can (or, m.ay) be biy 

You can not [or, may not) be biz 

You could (or, might) be bja 

You could (or, might)not be bjc 

You had (or, have) been.. bjd 

You had (or, have) not been ...bje 

You must be _ bjp 

You must not be _bjg 



FZL 
FZM 
FZN 
FZO 
FZP 

FZQ 
PZR 
FZS 
FZT 



FZU 



FZV 
FZW 



FZX 

FZY 



GAB 
GAG 
GAD 
GAE 



GAF 
GAH 

GAI 

GAJ 



GAK 
GAL 

GAM 

GAN 



GAO 
GAP 
GAQ 
GAR 
GAS 
GAU 



Be — Continued. 

You ought to be-.:. bjh 

You ought not to be bji 

You shall (or, will) be bjk 

You shall (or, will) not be bjl 

You should (or, would) be bjm 

You should (or, would) not be bjn 

You were to be bjo 

You were not to be bjp 

Beach-b»-ing. 

— A rocky beach. 

— A sandy beach. 

— Beach (indicted) is good for watering. 

— Beach (indicated^ is not good for water- 
ing. 

—Beach master. 

— Beach party. 

— Beach the vessel. Bun on the beach. 

— Beach the vessel where flag is waved (or, 
light is shown). 

Beach your vessel at all risks -. ki 

Do not hold on to your anchor, but let 
her beat up on the beach ehy 

— If you part, endeavor to beach your ves- 
sel where people are assembled (or, 
as pointed out by compass signal 
FROM you). 

— Is there much surf.on the beach? 

— Keep lights (or, fires) on the beach all 
night. 
Lookout will be kept on the beach all 
night KG 

— Not easy landing on the beach ; scarcely 
prudent to land. 

— On the beach. 
Run on the beach. Beach the vessel.FZS 

Beacon. (See also Buoy. ) 
— Beacon bears. 
— Beacon buoy. 

— Beacon, or, Buoy has broken adrift (or, 
is gone). 

Can see the beacon (or, mark) ru 

— Can you see the beacon (or, mark)? 
— How does the beacon (buoy, or, mark) 

bear? 
— How must I bring the beacon (buoy, or, 

mark) to bear? 
— I have not been able to make out the 
beacon (or, buoy). 
I think I must have passed the buoy (or, 

' beacon) hml 

■Keep the beacon (or, buoy) on your port 
hand. 
— Keep the beacon (or, buoy) on your star- 
board hand. 
Leave the beacon (or, buoy) to port.-LZ 
Leave the beacon ( or, buoy) to starboard, 

MA 

Steer directly for the beacon (or, buoy). 



Beam. 

Abaft the beam 

Abeam, or. Abreast of.. 

■Beam ends. 

■Before the beam. 
— Keep on lee beam. 

Keep on weather beam. 
— Lee beam. 
— On port beam. 



..CXI 

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171 



BEAM— BEAUTY. 



GAV 
GAW 

GAX 
GAY 

GAZ 

GBA 



GBC 



GBD 



GBE 
GBF 
GBH 
GBI 



GBJ 



Beam — Continued. 
On starboard beam. 

— On the beam. 

Sway beam ..xoz 

■Was thrown on her {or, my) beam ends. 

— "Weather beam. 

Bean. 

Bear-ing. To bear (or, CAREY). Bearer. 
Borne hai 

I am the bearer of important despatches, 

JR 

Bearing. 

Note. — Unless otherwise indicated, bear- 
ings inpoints and half points are to be 
understood as compass bearings, i. e., 
bearings as shown by the compass and 
uncorrected for either deviation or 
variation. But bearings when given 
in degrees are to be considered as 
MAGNETIC bearings, i. e., compass 
bearings corrected for deviation. 
Both are to be reckoned from the ves- 
sel signaling the bearing. 

Anchor on bearing (indicated) ehf 

— Are your bearings true or magnetic 
bearings? 
At — {time indicated) light bore — -Pv 
At — {time indicated) — {place indi- 
cated) bore — distant — miles ed 

Beacon bears gac 

— Bear-ing. Bore. To bear. 
— Bearing and distance of. 
— Bearings by compass are . — . 
— Bears. Bears to the — . 
Best berth {or, anchorage) bears from 

me — EF 

— Buoy bears. 
Calls the attention of the first {or, near- 
est) ship on the bearing (from the per- 
son signaling) pointed out by compass 

signal Di 

Calls the attention of the second ship, 

etc ^ DJ 

Calls the attention of the third ship, 

etc ---DK 

Calls the attention of the fourth ship, 
etc DL 

Calls the attention of the fifth ship, 

etc DM 

Calls the attention of the sixth ship, 
etc- DN 

Calls the attention of the shore signal 
station on the bearing (from the person 
signaling) pointed out by compass 
signal DO 

Calls the attention of the vessel coming 
into the anchorage on the bearing 
(from the person signaling) pointed 
out by compass signal dp 

Calls the attention of the vessel leaving 
the anchorage on the bearing, etc. -DQ 

Center of hurricane bears — igx 

Compass bearing {i. e. the bearing shoum 
by the compass atid uncorrected for 
either deviation or variation) Jhp 

Cross bearings kea 

Do not bring the light to the — ^ of — 
{bearing indicated) px 



GBK 



GBL 



GBM 

GBN 

GBO 

GBP 
GBQ 

GBR 

GBS 
GBT 
GBU 
GBV 
GBW 

GBX 



GBY 
GBZ 
GCA 
GCB 
GCD 
GCE 

GCF 



Bearing — Continued. 
Entrance bears — ._■ -'- -EG 

How did the land bear when last seen? 

EH 

How does the beacon (buoy, or, mark) 
bear? ' gah 

How does the entrance bear? ej 

How does the harbor {or, anchorage) 
bear? pa 

How does the land bear? --.qds 

Sow must I bring the beacon {or, buoy) 

to bear? 1 l.-GAl 

I saw the land bearing — {add time, if 

necessary)-- vns 

I shall keep the land {or, light) bearing 
• — ,or, I shall keep hold of the land 

(or,light) QA 

Indicate bearing of light (lighthouse, 

or, light-ship) --QB 

Indicate the bearing of — , What is the 

bearing and distance of — ? Eo 

Keep the light bearing between — and — 

( bearings indicated) qc 

Keep the — bearing — pzm 

Look out for a boat bearing — gts 

Magnetic bearing {i. e. , compass bearing 

corrected for deviation) jhx 

— On the bearing of — 

Place indicated bears ek 

There is a strange sail bearing — . em 

True bearing {i.e., compass bearing cor- 
rected for deviation and variation), 

JIH 

Vessel bearing — appears to be esh 

— Vessel indicated bears. 
What bearing shall I keep the light {or, 

landmark) on? qf 

What is my position by bearings? RV 

What are the bearing and distance of 

{place or vessel indicated)'! eo 

— What is the bearing by compass? 



Bearings of an engine. 
Hot bearings .— _ Rl 

— Main bearing brasses broken (or, out of 

order). 
— Shaft bearing. 
— Thrust bearing. 



Bear up — foe. 
Bear up instantly lb 

— Bore up — for. 
— I shall bear up. 
— I shall not bear up. 
— May, or. Can I bear up? 
— Shall we bear up? 
Sprung my foremast and must bear up, 

NKW 

— Vessel indicated was compelled to bear 
up. 

Beat-en-ing. 

— Beat off a pirate. 

— Beating off. 

— Beating up. 

— Can you beat up against? 

— Can not beat up against. 

Beauty-iful. 



172 



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Part H. 



BECALMED— BELAY. 



GCH 
GCI 
GCJ 
GCK 

GCL 

GCM 

GCN 
GCO 
GOP 
GCQ 

GCR 

GCS 
GOT 
GCU 

GOV 

GCW 

GCX 
GCY 
GCZ 
GDA 

GDB 
GDC 



GDE 
GDF 



GDH 



GDI 



Becalmed. 

— Bfecalmed off — for — i 

— Several vessels becalmed off 

— There is a likelihood of being becalmed. 

Because. 

Beckbt. 

Become-ing. Became. 
— What became of the proceeds — of — ? 
— What has become of the crew? 
— What has become of wreck? 



Bed-ding. 

Air bedding 
— Bed clothes. 
— Bed linen. 
— Oyster bed. 



Bee. 

— Beeswax. 

Beef. 

— Beef is in good order. 

— Can fresh beef be procured? 

— Can you supply me with salt beef? 

(Number of casks indicated.) 
— Fresh beef. 

— Fresh beef and vegetables. 
Salt beef vps 

Been. (See Be) .bfa 

Beer. Ale. dwt 

Bepall-en-ing. Befell. 

Before. 

Before arrival — of (or, at) --EXZ 

Before breakfast hfi 

Before Christmas _ iqb 

Before dark klp 

Before departure — of — kts 

Before dinner ._ las 

Before Easter ---LSH 

Before Friday — nri 

— Beforehand. 

Before him (his, her-s, it-s) bxa 

Before it — is -Cdx 

Before it is dusk lpz 

Before it is too late -Qho 

Before leaving qkl 

Before me (my, mine) ..ceb 

Before midnight _ rti 

Before Monday ..rxz 

Before night.,-. sic 

Before noon •. edu 

Before sailing _ _ _ vdq 

Before Saturday vht 

Before sunrise xds 

Before sunset xdt 

Before supper .xer 

Before that (or, this) oko 

— Before the — . In front of. 

Before the battle fyz 

Before the beana gap 

Before the end — of lyi 

Before the wind zem 

Before theni (their-s, they) CNK 

Before this (or, that) cko 



GDJ 

GDK 
GDL 

GDM 



GDN 
GDC 
GDP 



GDQ 
GDR 
GDS 
GDT 



GDU 

GDV 

GDW 
GDX 

GDY 



GDZ 

GEA 



GEB 
GEC 
GED 



Before — Continued. 

Before Thursday xrs' 

Before to-morrow sah 

Before Tuesday ydi 

Before us (our-s) ,cim 

Before Wednesday zag 

Before you-r-s cws 

Before you decide kpq 

Before you sail. vdr 

Breakfast before you start hfj 

Day before kmz 

In the same state as before vgk 

Intend sounding (place indicated) be- 
fore I try it I.POT 

Just before ..pxk 

Keep before the wind .zeu 

Morning before sab 

— Not before. 

Running before the wind. vch 

The day before yesterday knu 

— Wasitbefora? 

Beg-qed-qing. To beg. 
I beg to acknowledge dqr 

— I (or persons indicated) beg to be ex- 
cused. 

Begin-ning. Began. Begun. 

— Can begin at once(or on date specified) . 

— Beginning of — the. 

Beginning of April eua 

Beginning of August fmb 

Beginning of December kpl 

Beginning of February mtjq 

Beginning of January pus 

Beginning of July _ _._ pwn 

Beginning of June pwv 

Beginning of March rkw 

Beginning of May enf 

Beginning of November SKV 

Beginning of October son 

Beginning of September vrl 

• — Do not begin yet. 

— Have, or, Has begun. 

— May I begin— to ? 

— Not begun yet. 
When do you begin (or, commence)? 

JEW 

— When does it begin (or, commence)? 

Behalf. On behalf op. 

Behave-d-ing-ior. 

—Have, or Has behaved very gallantly. 

Behind. 

Behind the land.. qdp 

Leave behind _ qkz 

We have left men behind (number to 
be shoym) qlo 

— You have left a person behind. 

Behold-ing-er. Beheld. 

Being. (See Be) bfa 

Belay-ed. 
— Belayed to vessel. 
— Belaying pin. 
Is the cable (or, rope) belayed (fast)? 

HRK 



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173 



BELGIUM— BEST. 



GEF 

GEH 

GEI 
GEJ 
GEK 



GEL 
GEM 
GEN 
GEO 
GEP 

GEQ 
GER 

GES 
GET 
GBU 
GEV 
GEW 



GEX 



GEY 

GEZ 
GFA 



GPB 

GFC 
GFD 



GFE 
GFH 

GFI 

QFJ 



GFK 
GFL 



GFM 



Belgium. Belgian. Belgian Colors. 
Belief. 

Belibve-d-inq-ee. 
— Do, or, Does not believe. 
— Do you (or does person indicated) be- 
lieve? 

Bell. 

— Bell buoy. 

— Bell buoy damaged; not working. 
—Diving bell. 
— Electric bell. 
Submarine signal bell znb 

Belligerent. 

Belong-ed-inq— TO. 
Anything belonging to — ? eqf 

— Belong-ing to Government. 

— Belong-ing to me. 

— Belonging to this port. 

— Do you belong to the convoy? 

— Does it belong? 

Does not belong to xup 

I belong to the convoy of — (ships indi- 
cated) JUS 

I have goods belonging to y ou( or ,— ) .OEX 

— Nothing belonging to you (or, — ). 

Stranger belongs to — wvx 

What company do you belong to?...lQ 

What nation do you ( or vessel indicated) 

belong to? sec 

— Where do you (or vessel indicated) be- 
long? 

— Whom does it belong to? 

— Whom does she (or vessel indicated) 
bislong to? 

Below. Beneath. 
Watch below yva 

Belt-ed. 
Armor belt evr 

— Belted cruiser. 

I have no life belts qrb 

Life belt qkh 

Bench. 

— King's Bench, or, Queen's Bench. 

Bend-ing. Bent. (To fix.) 

Bend a new sail yds 

— Bend cables.- 

Bend sails vdt 

Beneath -_ ..gfb 

Beneficial-ly. (Advantageous) __dno 

- 

Benefit, or , Advantage dnl 

— For the benefit of — . 
— For the benefit of the insurers (under- 1 
writers) . 

Bent. Crooked kdr 

Eccentric rod bent lsw 

BeeIg. 
Have you fallen in with ice? (State 

whether berg or field) PR 

Iceberg ..pby 



GFN 
GEO 



GFP 
GFQ 
GFR 
GFS 
GFT 

GFU 
GFV 
GFW 

•GFX 
GFY 
GFZ 

GHA 
GHB 
GHC 



GHD 
GHE 
GHF 
GHI 

GHJ 
GHK 

GHL 

GHM 

GHN 



GHO 

GHP 
GHQ 
GHR 



GHS 
GHT 



GHU 



GHV 

GHW 
GHX 
GHY 
GHZ 



Berkovitz. (Measure of weight) . - .bag 

Berth . ( See also Anchorage . ) 

— Am I in a good berth? 

Bad berth - fqv 

Best berth (or, anchorage) bears from 

me — _ EF 

Best berth (or, anchorage) is in — fath- 
oms ov 

— Clear berth. 

—Foul berth. 

— Good berth. 

— I shall shift my berth. 

— I would shift my berth as soon as pos- 
sible. 

— Inside berth. 

— Is it worth while shifting berth? 

-^Is my berth a good one for getting 
away from ? 

—Old berth. 

— Outside berth. 

— Shall I in my present berth have room 
for weighing if the wind shifts? 

— Shift your berth farther in. 

— Shift your berth farther out. 

— Shift your berth farther to the — . 
Shift your berth; your berth is not 
safe KT 

— Sick berth. 

— The berth you are now in is not safe. 

— Wide berth. 

— Will you lead into (or, point out) a good 
berth? 

— You are in a very fair berth. 

— You are not in a good berth (are in a 
foul berth). 

— Yon have given me a foul berth. 

Berthon boat, or. Collapsible boat. 

Beseech-ing. Besought. 

Beside. Alongside eas 

Besides. In addition to. 

Besiege-ing-r. 

Bespeak-ing. Bespoke. 

Best. 
Best berth (or, anchorage) bears from 

me — ..EF 

Best berth (or, anchorage) is in — fath- 
oms. -- ov 

Best bower ehp 

— Best chance. 

— Best watering place is — . • 

Do the best you can for yourselves; no 

assistance can be given(rendered) .ex 

Hoist your flags where best seen..NDE 

— It will be best. 

Light, or. Fires will be kept at the best 

place for coming on shore ke 

— My best respects. 

The best agents are — dsw 

—The best place. 
— The best plan will be. 
The best time. 
The best way. 

The course steered is the best for the 
present (or until time indicated) .jzm 



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Part II. 



BEST— BIRD. 




Best — Continued. 




Bicarb, of Soda. wiz 


GIA 


—This is my best point. 






GIB 


— This is not my best point. 
Try your best tcz 




BiCKFORD'S FUZE NUV 




What is your best point of sailing?, vex 


GJK 


Bicycle. 




When will be the best time for crossing 








the bar? XM 


GJL 


BiD-DING-DER. BADB. 


GIC 


—Where is the best place to get — ? 






GID 


— Where is the best place to land? 


GJM 


BlG-GER-GEST-NESS. 


GIE 


— Which do you think the best? 


GJN 


— Too big (or, large). 


GIF 


—Which, or. What is the best? 








Who are the best agents (or, people) to 


GJO 


Bight (of a rope). 




do business with? dsz 




Bight (a cove) kaf 


GIH 


Bet-ted-ting. 




* 






GJP 


Bilge-d-ing. 


GIJ 


Betkay-ed-ing-er-al. 


GJQ 


— Are you (or vessel indicated) bilged? 






GJR 


— Bilge keel. 






GJS 


— Bilge pimip. 


GIK 


Better-ed-ing. To better. 


GJT 


— Bilge pump (donkey). 


GIL 


—Better. 


GJU 


— Bilge pump (main) . 




Better bargain beforehand fwv 


GJV 


— Bilge pump out of order. 


GIM 


— Better not. 


GJW 


— Bilge pump valves out of order. 




Better not ask the reason . _ — fdn 


GJX 


—Bilge water. 


GIN 


— Better not send. 


GJY 


— I am, or, She is bilged. 


GIO 


— Better separate. 
Freights looking better nqf 


GJZ 


— I am, or. She is not bilged. 




Had we not better run in and make the 


GKA 


Bill. 




land? .-pz 


GKB 


—Bill of — from — . 


GIF 


—Had you not better? 


GKC 


—Bill of health. 


GIQ 


—Is there any better? 




Clean bill of health— from— tq 


GiR 


—Little better. 




Have you a clean biU of health? Ttr ■ 


GIS 


—Much better : 




I have a clean bill of health, but am lia- 


GIT 


— The sooner the better. 




ble to quarantine . . Code Flag over q 




We had better anchor. ekc 




I have not a clean bill of health. 




Weshalldo better on theothertack.xiN 




Code Flag over i 




You had better get a sick nurse . . wbk 




Not clean bill of health flag (when spoken 




You had better put your affairs in the 




of) . ISW 




hands of — ...dpk 

You had better take a pilot at once _ tjx 


GKD 


Bill-hook. 






GKE 


Bill of exchange. 


GIU 


Between. 


GKP 


—Bill at — days. 


GIV 


—Between decks. 


GKH 


—Bill at sight. 


GIW 


— Between the two. 


GKI 


—Can I get a bill cashed here? 


GTX 


— Between whiles. 


GKJ 


—Can not get a bill cashed here. 


GIY 


— Between wind and water. 


GKL 


—I will cash (or, take) your bill. 




Hostilities commenced between — 


GKM 


— Will you cash a bill on — for me ? 




and — ozc 


GKN 


—Will you take a bill on — ? 


GIZ 


— Just betweep. 
War between — and — yw 


GKO 


—Will you take my bill? 






GKP 


Bill of lading. 


GJA 


Bevel-led-ling. 


GKQ 


— Are all your bills of lading complete 




Bevelled to an angle of — _ eltj 




and signed? ' 






GKR 


—Bills of lading not signed. 


GJB 


Beware— OF. 


GKS 


—False bill of lading. 


GJC 


—Beware of boom {or, obstruction). 


GKT 


—Have you bill of lading for — f 


GJD 


— Beware of brigands. 


GKU 


— I have no bill of lading for — . 




Beware of derelict, dangerous to navi- 


GKV 


—I will not give up the bill of lading. 




gation ..JE 


GKW 


—I will not sign the bill of lading unless — . 




Beware of torpedo boats xo 








Beware of torpedoes; channel is 


GKX 


Billet- ED-iNG. 




mined. xp 










GKY 


Billy boat. 


GJE 


Beyond. 






GJF 


— Just beyond. 
Nothing to be depended on beyond 


GKZ 


Bind-ing. (See also Bound.) 




your own resources jiUM 


GLA 


Binnacle. 


GJH 


Bias-ed-ing. 


GLB 


Binocular. Field glass. 


GJI 


Bible. 


GLC 


Bird. 



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175 



BIRTH— BOARD. 



GLD 
GLE 
GLF 
GLH 
GLI 



GLJ 

GLK 
GLM 
GLN 



GLO 



GLP 



GLQ 

GLR 
GLS 
GLT 

GLU 



GLV 

GLW 
GLX 

GLY 
GLZ 

GMA 
GMB 

GMC 

GMD 
GME 
GMF 
GMH 
GMI 

GMJ 

GMK 
GML 

GMN 

GMO 

GMP 



GMQ 

GMR 
GMS 

GMT 

GMU 

GMV 
GMW 



Birth. Born. 
— Birthday. 
— Certificate of iDirth. 
— Have you had any hirths? 
— Registrar of births, deaths, and mar- 
riages. 

Biscuit. 
Biscnit bag. Bread bag - fse 

— Biscuit is not good. Bread is not good. 
— Can you spare any biscuit ? 
— In want of biscuit 1 

Bishop, or, Archbishop euj 

BiTB-iNG-TEN. Bit. 
Frostbitten.- nsc 

BiTT-ED-mQ. 

Damaged the bitts kjd 

Damaged the -windlass kje 

BiTTER-LT-NESS. 

Black-ed-ing. To black. 

—Black. 

— Black buoy. 

Black draught LNB 

— Black paint. 

Black wash - yuq 



Blacksmith. 

Blade. 

—■"How many blades have you to your 

screw? 
— Lost all propeller blades. 
— Lost number of blades (indicated) of 

screw propeller. 
— One blade of propeller broken. 
—Three blades of propeller broken. 
— Two blades of propeller broken. 

Blame-able. 

— Blamed for. 

— Is, or, Are to blame. 

— Much to blame. 

—Not much to blame. 

Blank. 

— Blank cartridge. 

— Point blank. 

Blanket. 

Blast. 

— Blasting powder. 



Blaze-ing-d. (Flame) — ndu 

Blbbd-ing. Bled. 

Blind-bd-ing. Blindness. 
— Color blind-ness. 

Block-ed-ing. To block. 
Canal is blocked huj 

—Place (indicated) is blocked up by ice. 

Block. (A block for purchase.) 
— Plomer block. 



GMX 
GMY 
GMZ 
GNA 
GNB 

GNC 

GND 

GNE 

GNP 

GNH 

GNI 

GNJ 

GNK 

GNL 

GNM 

GNO 
GNP 
GNQ 

GNR 



GNS 

GNT 

GNU 

GNV 

GNW 

GNX 

GNY 

GNZ 

GOA 



GOB 

GOC 
GOE 
GOF 
GOH 
GOI 



GOJ 
GOK 



GOL 

GOM 
GON 
GOP 
GOQ 



GOR 
GOS 



GOT 

GOU 

GOV 
GOW 



Block — Continued. 

Purchase block. 
— Snatch block. 

Thrust block broken. 

Thrust block damaged. 
— Thrust block rings defective. 

Blookade-d. 

— Blockade is not taken off. 

— Blockade is taken off. 

— Blockade runner. 

— Blockading. 

— Blockading squadron. 

— Entrance of — blockaded. 

— -Entrance of — is not blockaded. 

—Has the blockade been raised (or, taken 

off)? 
— I have (or vessel indicated has) run tlje 

blockade. 
— Is blockaded. 
— Under blockade. 

— When does the blockade commence ? 
—You will be stopped by the blockading 

ships. 

Blood-y. Blood vessel. 

Blow-n-ing. Blew. 

— Blow out. 

— Blow out — boilers. 

— Blow-off cocks (or, gear) . 

— Blow-off cock out of order. 

— Blow-off pipe burst. 

— Blow-off valves. 

— Blow off your steam. 

Blow siren (or; steam whistle) at in- 
tervals WD 

— Blow through pipe. 

Blowing hard. Squally weather ZH 

— Blowing too hard. 
—I think it will blow. 
— If it blows. 
— If it continues to blow. 
— It blew too hard. 

My sails are all blown away (or, split) , 

VEC 

—Shall I blow off my steam ? 
— Should" it come on to blow — from (quar- 
ter to be indicated, if necessary) . 

Blubber. 

Blue. 

—Blue light. 

— Blue serge. 

—Burn a blue light, or, Flash a little 

powder. 
Did boat take a blue light (lantern, or, 

any means of making a signal) ?--GSP 
— Have you any blue lights ? 

Blue peter. ( When spoken of. ) 

Hoist the blue peter: ko 

Blue peter (the flag) p 

Bluff. 

Blunder-ed-ing. 

Board. (A body of officials.) 
—Board of Admiralty. 



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BOARD. 



GOX 

GOY 

GOZ 

GPA 

GPB 

GPC 

GPD 

GPE 

GPF 

GPH 

GPI 

GPJ 

GPK 

GPL 

GPM 

GPN 

GPO 



GPQ 
GPR 



GPS 



GPT 
GPTJ 

GPV 
GPW 
GPX 

GPY 

GPZ 



GQA 
GQB 



GQC 



Board — Continued. 

— Board or Department of Agriculture. 

— Board or Collector of Customs. 

— Bbard of Directors. 

— Board of Health. 

— Board of Survey. 

— Board of Trade. 

— Board of Trade Officer (or, Inspector). 

—Board of Underwriters. 

— Board of Works. 

— Harbor Board. 

— Local Board. 

— Local Government Board. 

— Local Medical Board. 

— Marine Board. 

— Medical Board. 

— Trinity House (or, Light-House Board). 

Board. (Timber.) (See also Board be- 
low.) 

Freeboard npw 

Gangboard nwq 

Board-ed-ing. To board. (See also 
Board below) gpw 

Board (On) Aboard ctx 

— A contagious disease on board (or at 

place indicated). 
— A case of fever has broken out on board 
(or on ship indicated). 

Above board cyz 

Admiral, or, Senior officer is on board 

(or, at — ) DKV 

All on board Cza 

All on board perished. All hands lost, 

DXQ 

All on board saved. All hands saved, 

DXR 

Allow no communication. Allow no 
person on board ._ pm 

— Am. I, or, Are we to board 1 
Any oases of fever on board (or, at — )? 

EON 

Any letters (or, despatches) on board ? 

KWX 

Any person (anyone) on board ? epm 

Any sick onboard? epo 

— Are all your crew on board ? 

— Are all your passengers on board ? 
Attend on board fkx 

— Board (or, visit) steamer (or, vessel). 

— Board-ed-ing. To board. 

— Boarder. 
Boarding officer spi 

— Boarding pike. 
Boat is on board (or, alongside) bv 

— Bring on board. 

Captain is not on board hwk 

Captain is on board hwl 

Captain is requested to come on board, 

HWN 

— Come on board. 
Crew are all on board. 

Crew not all on board dya 

Crew refuse to go on board ecu 

Dangerous to allow too many people on 

board at a time gb 

Female? on board mvq 

Fire has broken out on board — of — . 

Freeboard npw 

Gangboard nwq 



GQD 
GQE 



GQF 



GQH 
GQI 



GQJ 



GQK 

GQL 
GQM 
GQN 



GQO 



GQP 



GQR 

GQS 
GQT 
GQU 
GQV 



GQW 
GQX 

GQY 
GQZ 



GRA 
GRB 



Board — Continued. 
— Go on board. 
— Got on board. 

Has she any people on board? TPO 

Have infectious cases on board pjh 

Have military stores on board ....-RTV 
— Have, or. Has on board. 
Have shipvwecked crew on board ; will 
you let me transfer them to you? 

(Number to follow) kda 

Have you a Custom House official on 

board? kgx 

Have you a pilot on board? tja 

Have you any combustibles on board? 

HO 

— Have you any women on board? 
— Have you boarded (or, visited) ? 
Have you had any sickness on board? 

WBA 

— Have you on board? 
He has not many hands on board? .omd 
I am coming (or, sending) on board, 

CZB 

I have had cases of yellow fever on 
board mwtc 

I have had no cases of yellow fever on 
board ." mwl 

I have illness on board pcrr 

I have no combustibles on board hq 

— I have no women on board. 

I have wrong papers on board tak 

— I prefer stopping on board. 

— I (or vessel indicated) was boarded. 

— I will board. 

I vrill come on board [or, alongside) if 

you vnll allow me OZD 

— ^Is — (person indicated) on board? 

Is the captain on board? hxe 

Is, or, Was there anyone on board?-EQC 

It is dangerous to allow too many peo- 
ple on board ait once gb 

Leave on board -QLC 

— Log board. 

Make sail, or, Go ahead and drop a boat 
on board dvn 

No boat on board gtx 

No intelligence obtained from vessel 

boarded pog 

— Passengers all on board. 

Passengers not all on board dyb 

— Put on board by — . 
— Repair on board. 
— Run on board by — . 
— Send a rope on board. 

Send a responsible person on board-CZE 

Send carpenters on board — (ship indi- 
cated) ibt 

— Send on board — to (or, for). 

— Several (or number indicated) sick on 

board. 
— Shipped on board. 
— Stay on board. 

The consul is desired to come (or, send) 
onboard jrp 

There is a spare propeller on board-TZD 

To whom shall I telegraph that all are 
well on board? xmh 

Troops on board ..tbp 

— Was not boarded. 

— Was on board. Went on board. 

Went on board. Was on board GRB 



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BOARD— BOAT. 



GRC 



GRD 

GRE 



GRF 



GRH 



GRI 
GRJ 

GRK 
GRL 
GRM 



GRN 



GRO 
GRP 

GRQ 

GRS 
GRT 
GRU 



GRV 

GRW 

GRX 

GRY 

GRZ 

GSA 



GSB 
GSC 
GSD 

GSE 
GSF 
GSH 



Bo A.ED — Continued. 

■Were you boarded? 

What is the number of mail bags you 
have on board? ..- -.fsp 

■What vessels have you boarded? 
— When will you board? 

Will board (or, visit) yed 

Will Lloyd's agent come on board?-QXK 
— ^Will you (or person indicated) come on 
board? 

Will your doctor (or, surgeon) come on 
■ . board? wp 

Your friend is on board nrs 

Boat. 

Accident to boat dcj 

All boats to return to the ship. 

Code Flag over w 

Am a mail boat rex 

Arm boat etjs 

Bank is encumbered by fishing boats, 

EP 

Bar is impassable for boats on the ebb 
tide EQ 

Berthonboat ohm 

Beware- of torpedo boats xo 

Billy boat gky 

Boat is coming to your assistance — et 
— Boat bottom up {bearing, if necessary) . 
— Boat can not be used. 

Boat, or. Lifeboat can not come er 

— Boat can not pull ahead. 
— Boat come-ing (came). 
— Boat hook. 

Boat in distress (bearing, if necessary) 

ES 

— Boat is adrift. 

Boat is alongside (or, on board) ev 

Boat is capsized (bearing, if necessary) ap 

Boat is going to you eu 

Boat is lost A.Q 

Boat is on board (or, alongside) ev 

— Boat is on shore. 

— Boat is safe. 

Boat is stove ---AR 

— Boat is sunk. 
Boat is swamped as 

— Boat oars. 

— Boat race. 

— Boat rope. 
Boat should endeavor to land where flag 
is waved (or, light shown) JZ 

— Boat's compass. 

— Boat's crew. 

— Boat's crew will not come. 

— Boat's davit. 

— Boat's gear. 

— Boat's gun. 
Boats' recall. All boats to return to the 
ship Code Flag over w. 

— Boat's sail. 

—Boat's slings. 

—Boats are furnished with — (articles 
indicated). 

— Boats to assemble. 

Bridge of boats hoc 

Bring-to; I vill send a boat hix 

— Bumboat. 
Canboatsland? Can landing be effected? 

EW 

— Can send boat. 



GSI 
GSJ 

GSK 

GSL 



GSM 
GSN 
GSO 
GSP 

GSQ 
GSR 



GST 

GSU 
GSV 



GSW 

GSX 

GSY 

GSZ 
GTA 
GTB 

GTC 
GTD 



GTE 

GTF 

GTH 

GTI 

GTJ 

GTK 



GTL 



GTM 
GTN 



GTO 
GTP 



Boat — Continued. 

— Can you send a boat? 

Can not get my boat out. 

Can not send a boat ex 

■Cargo boat. 
— Coal boat. 

Collapsible boat, or, Berthon boat--GHM 

Custom-house boat. Revenue boat-KOiT 
— Deal boat. 
— Despatch boat. 
— Did boat take? 
— Did boat take blue light (lantern, or, any 

means of making a signal) ? 
— Did boat take water? 
— Divisional boat. 

Do not attempt to land in your own 

boats EY 

— Do not send boats ashore after dark. 

Do you want a lifeboat?. bz 

— Drop boat. 

— Endeavor to pick up boat. 

Endeavor to send a line by boat (cask, 
kite, or, raft, etc.) ka 

Enemy's boat lzf 

Enemy's gunboat LZi 

Enemy's torpedo boat - lzm 

Enemy's torpedo boats have been seen 

to the — , steering to the — oh 

— ^Every boat. 

Ferryboat mvy 

— First-class torpedo boat. 

Fishing boat (craft, or, vessel) kaz 

— Flat-bottomed boat. 

Government steamboat opx 

— Great risk in sending a boat. 
— Guard boat. 
— Gunboat. 

Have lost all boats ; can you take people 
off? . Nl 

Have no lifeboat. No lifeboat here.FA 
— Have only one boat (indicate other num- . 

ber, if necessary). 
— ^Have you any lifeboats? 

Have you lost all your boats? bl 

Have you seen a pilot boat (or, vessel)? 

TJ 

Have you seen any torpedo boats ?-.-XR 

Have you seen (or, heard) anything of 

my (or, the) boat? fb 

— Heave-to; I will send a boat. 
— His boat. 
— Hoist up your boat. 
— Horse boat. 
— How many boats? 

— How many torpedo boats passed in sight? 
I am sinking (or, on fire) ; send all avail- 
able boats to save passengers and crew. 

NO 

I have lost all my boats bo 

— I have the boats ready. 
I shall fire into the boats if they persist 

in coming alongside nak 

I should like to know the nature of the 
sickness, if any, before I send my boat 

(or, commvTnicate) EC 

— I will send a boat. 
— In the boat. 
Is there any danger of mines or torpedo 

boats? - — — -xs 

— Jolly boat. 
— Keep the boat. 



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BOAT— BOILER. 



GTQ 



GTR 
GTS: 
GTU 



GTV 
GTW 
GTX 



GTY 
GTZ 
GUA 
GUB 



GUC 

GUD 
GUE 



GUF 



GUH 

GUI 
GUJ 

GUK 
GUL 



GUM 
GUN 

GUO 

GUP 
GUQ 
GUR 

GUS 
GUT 
GUV 
GUW 

GUX 
GUY 

GUZ 



Boat — Continued. 
— Lend me a boat. 

Let no boat come alongside -EBH 

Let your boats keep to windward until 

they are picked up fd 

Let your boats pull to — {bearing indi- 
cated) QOA 

Lifeboat qrc 

Life-Saving Service qbi 

Lifeboat is going to you fe 

Lifeboat sent for qrj 

Lifeboat unable to come er 

— Long boat. 

— Look out for a boat bearing — . 

— Make a signal when you want a boat. 

Make sail, or, Go ahead, and drop a boat 

on board dvn 

— Man and arm boats. 

No boat available fg 

— No boat could live. 

No boat fit for this work zhv 

— No boat on board. 

— {number) torpedo boats {give nation- 
ality) passed in sight Xya 

—Pick up boat. 
— Picket {or, piquet) boat. 
— Pilot boat {or, vessel). 
— Pilot boat {steam). 

Pilot boat's flag {when spoken of) . - ndk 

Pilot boat is advancing towards you -dni 

Pilot boat is most likely in direction in- 
dicated {or, off — )--- TK 

— Prepare boat— to {or, for) — . 

Put a compass in the boat jid 

— Quarter boat. 

— Saw boat {indicate place and time, if 
necessary). 

Saw torpedo boat (number, if necessary) 

at — {or, near — ) xt 

— Seen nothing of your boat. 

Send a boat {number, if necessary) .-FU 

Send life-boat to save crew fj 

— Send me a boat from the shore (a shore 

boat). 
— Send a boat within hail. 
— Send a water boat. 

Sending a water boat yvj 

— Send an armed boat. 
— Send boat at — . 

Send boat suitable for landing passen- 
gers FI 

— Send boat for telegram. 
—Send boat to {or, for). 

Send boat to assist fgn 

— Send boat to point out reef (rock, or, 

shoal). 
— Send boat to take off the crew. 
— Send boat to tow. 
—Send boat with hawser 

Ship indicated wants a boat fk 

— Shore boat. 

— Small-er boat. 

— Steam boat {large), launch. 

— Steam boat {small) , cutter, or gig. 

Steam boat is aground duw 

Steam gruard boat. 

•Steam lifeboat. 

Steam pilot boat gub 

Steam pinnace. 

Submarine boat-- xbi 



GVA 
GVB 

GVC 

GVD 
GVE 
GVF 



GVH 

GVI 

GVJ 
GVK 

GVL 

GVM 
GVN 
GVO 

GVP 

GVQ 

GVR 



GVS 
GVT 
GVU 



GVW 

GVX 
GVY 
GVZ 
GWA 

GWB 
GWC 
GWD 
GWE 
GWF 
GWH 
GWI. 
GWJ 
GWK 



Boat — Continued. 

The bank is encumbered by fishing 

boats — Ep 

— They are all in the boat. 

They {boats) are making for the shore.Riv 
—Top-up boat. 

Torpedo boat xwp 

Torpedo gunboat {or, vessel) xwu 

— Troop boat. 

Tugboat TDK 

— Use-d-ing steamboats — for. 
— Veer a boat astern. 
— Want a boat. 

Want a boat; man overboard bt 

Want a boat immediately {if more than 
one, number to follow) yg 

We have sent for lifeboat fl 

— Whaleboat. Whaler. 

Will not be accountable for boat 

hire dfw 

— Will send boat. 

Will you go on shore in my boat ?.-VZN 
— You can not have a steamboat. 
— Your boat. 

Boatman. 

Boatswain. 

— Boatswain's mate. 

— Boatswain's stores. 

Bobstay. 

BODT-ILY. 

Anybody. Any person epq 

Anybody on board epm 

— ^Body post, or. Propeller post. 

Everybody, or. Everyone Miu 

Nobody, or, No one siu 

Somebody, or, Some one wjp 

boil-ed-ing. 

Boiler. 
Blow out boiler gnv 

— Boiler burst. 

Boiler burst; — men killed at 

Boiler burst; — men killed, — others 

wounded -- au 

Boiler burst; no one hurt av 

Boiler burst; no one seriously hurt-Aw 
Boiler burst; number of killed and 

wounded not yet known ----ax 

Boiler burst; several men killed -'-..ay 
Boiler burst; several men wounded.. az 

— Boiler burst ; very slight damage. 
Boiler can not be repaired re 

— Boiler damaged. 

— Boiler has been repaired. 

— Boiler has not been repaired. 

— Boiler leaking. 
Boiler leaking seriously rf 

— Boiler leaking slightly. 

— Boiler leaky ; must be blown oflE. 

— Boiler loose {or, adrift). 

— Boiler maker. 

— Boiler must be repaired. 

— Boiler plate. 

— Boiler plates damaged. 

— Boiler primes. 

— Boiler requires cleaning. 



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boiler- 


-BORN 






Boiler — Continued. 




Bond — Continued. 


GWL 


— Boiler requires repairs. 


GYO 


— In bond. 


GWM 


— Boiler room. 


GYP 


—Out of bond. 


GWN 


—Boiler tube. 


GYQ 


— Under bond. 


GWO 


—Boiler tube ferrules. 






GWP 


— Boiler tubes'burst. 


GYR 


BONE-Y. 




Boiler tubes leaking-y rg 


GYS 


—Any bones broken? 


GWQ 


—Boiler tubes salted: 


GYT 


— Bones broken. 


GWR 


— Boiler working on seating. 






GWS 


—Clean the boiler. 


GYU 


Bonfire. 


GWT 


—Condensing boiler burst. 






GWU 


— Condensing boiler damaged. 


GYV 


BOOK-ED-ING. To BOOK. 




Condensing boiler tubes burst yde 


GYW 


—Book (a boole). 


GWV 


— Donkey boiler. 


GYX 


—Book of Sailing Directions (indicate 


GWX 


—Donkey boiler burst. 




place, if necessary). 


GWY 


—Donkey boiler damaged. 




Have you a Book of Navigation Ta- 


GWZ 


— Flue boiler. 




bles? - RN 




Furnace crown of boiler collapsed. .NUC 




Have you a Book of Sailing Direc- 


axA 


— Had only — boiler-s serviceable. 




tions? RO 


GXB 


— Have only one (or number shown ) 


GYZ 


—Log book. 




boiler-s. 


GZA 


—Meteorological log book. 


GXC 


— ^High-pressure boiler. 


GZB 


—Muster book (or, roll). Roster. 




Laid up to have a new boiler put in. . Qiu 


GZC 


— New book. 


GXD 


— Locomotive boiler. 




Not on Tiloyd's Registry Book QXF 


GXhl 


— Main boiler. 


GZD 


— OflBcial log book. 


GXF 


— Multitubular boiler. 


GZE 


— Order book. 


GXH 


—Must have a new boiler. 


GZF 


— Signal book. 


GXI 


— New boiler has been put in. 


GZH 


—Steam log book. 


GXJ 


— Port boiler. 




What is the date of your signal book? yl 


GXK 


— Port boiler defective. 






GXT> 


— Starboard boiler. 


GZI 


Book-seller. 


GXM 


— Starboard boiler defective. 






GXN 


— Tubular boiler. 


GZJ 


Boom. 
Beware of boom(or, obstruction) ...a JO 


6X0 


BOISTEROUS-LY. 


GZK 


— Boom broken. 




Stormy (boisterous) weather from 


GZL 


—Boom torpedo. 




the— — --- zi 


GZM 


—Boom, or, Obstruction broke adrift. 






GZN 


—Both booms broken. 


GXP 


BOLD-LY-NESS-EK-EST . 


GZO 


— Both booms with nets lost. 




Is the coast bold? iyc 


GZP 


—Flying jib boom. 






GZQ 


— Jib boom. 




Bolivar (coin).. asz 


GZR 


—Jib boom sprung. 






GZS 


—Lower boom. 


GXQ 


BouviA-N. Bolivian Colors. 




Main boom RGH 






GZT 


— One boom broken. 


GXR 


Bollard. Towing bollard. 


GZU 


— One boom with net lost. 






GZV 


— Spanker, or. Driver boom. 


GXS 


BoLT-ED-iNG. To bolt. 


GZW 


—Spanker boom sprung. 


GXT 


—Bolt (a bolt). 


GZX 


—Studding-sail boom. 


GXU 


— Bolt rope. 




There is a boom across dhy 


GXV 


—Connecting-rod bolts broken. 


GZY 


— Torpedo boom, or. Spars for nets. 


GXW 


— Coupling bolts broken. 






GXY 


— FiUgine bolts. 


HAB 


Boot, or, Shoe. 


GXZ 


— Eyebolt. 


HAC 


—Sea boots. 


GYA 


—Holding-down bolts loose. 






GYB 


—Piston-rod bolts broken. 


HAD 


Borax. 


GYC 
GYD 


—Ringbolt. 
— Screw bolt. 




Border (Boundary) hbz 


GYE 


—Shackle bolt. 






GYF 


—Shaft coupling bolts broken. 


HAE 


Bore-ding. (To pierce.) 


GYM 


Bomb. Bomb shell. 


HAF 


Bore. (Tidal wave.) 


GYI 


—Bomb vessel. 










HAG 


Bore. (To bear.) 


GYJ 


Bombakd-ed-ing-ment. 




At — (hour indicated), — (place indi- 


GYK 


has been bombai;ded. 




cated) hoxe—, distant — miles ed 

At — (time indicated) light bore— --PV 


GYL 


Bona fide. 




Bear up for GBR 

Bore up for gbs 


GYM 


BOND-ED-ING. 






GYN 


— Have you given bond? 




Born. (See Birth) gld 



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BORNE— BOX. 


HAI 


Borne. 


HBQ 


BOUND-TO (or,, TOWARDS). 

Homeward bound OXL 


HAJ 


Borrow- ED-iNG. 


HUR 


— I am {or, vessel indicated is) bound to — 


HAK 


— Can I borrow ? 




{place indicated). 






MBS 


— I am {or, vessel indicated is)tTom — , and 


HAL 


Borrower. 




bound to — {places indicated) . 
I have reported you to the vessel I spoke ; 


HAM 


Borsenhalle. 




she is bound to — _---.^ urt 




Report me to the Borsenhalle at Ham- 




Outward bound .— swy 




burg UL 


HBT 


— Strange sail {or, vessel indicated) is 
bound to — . 


HAN 


Boss. 




Where are you bound? ..sh 


HAO 


— Boss of screw. 


HBU 


— Where was she bound ? 


HAP 


Both. 


HBV 


Bound to. (See also Oblige and Compel. ) 




Bothalike dxb 


HBW 


—Bound to be given up. 




Both Houses of Congress or Parlia- 


HBX 


— Bound to give it up. 




ment OZP 




Will be bound {compelled) to — jiw 


HAQ 


— Both sides. 






HAR 


— On both sides. 


HBY 


Bound. {Bind.) 




Shorten in both hawsers opx 




Weather bound — at — yzp 




Veer both hawsers Opz 




Wind bound — at — zfq 


HAS 


Bottle, 


HBZ 


Boundary. 


HAT 


— Empty bottles. 






HAU 


—Water bottle. 


HCA 


Bountipul-ly-ness. 


HAV 


Bottom. 
Boat bottom up (bearing if necessary) , 


HCB 


Bounty. 




gri 


HCD 


Bow {of a ship). 


HAW 


— Bottom {ship's) foul. 




Above the bow-.- - .dan 


HAX 


— Coarse bottom. Coarse sand and stones. 


HCB 


— Bow compartment. 




Directly you get bottom, let go your 


HCF 


— Bow injured. 




anchor ^ ehv 


HCG 


— Bow light {or, lantern, or, lamp). 


HAY 


— Double bottom. 




Breakers, Reefs, Rocks, or, Shoal on port 




Flat-bottom boat. gsy 




bow HPD 


HAZ 


—Foul ground. Rocky bottom. 




Breakers, Reefs, Rocks, or. Shoal on star- 




Good bottom for anchorage ekx 




board bow HFE 


HBA 


— Got bottom with — feet. 




Cross the bow keg 


HBO 


— Hard bottom. 




Is your bow much damaged? kjp 




I can not make out the bottom flag-NDF , 


HCI 


— Keep her bows on. 


HBD 


—Muddy bottom. 


HCJ 


— Look out on lee bow. 


HBE 


— No bottom with — ^eet. 


HCK 


—Look out on weather bow. 




Require diver to examine bottom. -.lie 


HCL 


— Name on the bow. 




Rocky bottom. Foul Ground haz 


HCM 


— No name on the bow. 


HHF 


— Sandy bottom. 


HON 


— On lee bow. Lee bow. 




Sheathing for bottom {number of sheets 


HCG 


— On port bow. 




to follow) VUG 


HOP 


—On starboard bow. 


HBG 


— Ship's bottom must be looked at. 


HCQ 


— On weather bow. 


HBI 


—Soft bottom. 


HCR 


— Port bow. 


HBJ 


—Weedy bottom. 


HCS 


—Port-bow light. 


HBK 


— What is the nature of the bottom ? or. 




Ram bow uhm 




What kind of bottom have {or, had) 


HOT 


—Starboard bow. 




you? 


HCU 


— Starboard-bow light. 






HCV 


Bower 


HBL 


Bottomry. 




Best bower ehp 

Bower anchor (weight in ewts., if nee 

essary ehq 

-Bower cable. 




BouGHD Ais . ( Measure of weight ) ba j 


HCW 








Small bower ejs 


HBM 


Bought. Buy-ing. (See Buy.) 








Can I buy? _■ hov 


HCX 


Bowsprit. 




I can buy how 


HOV 


— Bowsprit cap. 


HBN 


— I have bought. 


HCZ 


—Bowsprit sprung. 




lintend to btiy box 




Keep a light on your bowsprit snd..QY 


HBO 


I wish to buy hoy 

—Was not to be bought. 


HDA 


— With loss of bowsprit. 




Will you {or person indicated) buy?.uCF . 


HDB 


Box. 






HDC 


—Despatch box. 


HBP 


Boulevard, or. Terrace. 


HDE 


— Junction box. 



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BOX— BRIBE. 




Box — Continued. 


1 




Break — Continued. 




HDF 


—Paddle box. 


1 


HEW 


— Break in cable. 




HDG 


—Stuffing box. 






Break-ing. Broke the quarantine 


laws. 


HDI 


— Stuffing box broken. 








ueb 


HDJ 


-Stuffing-box glands out of order. 




HEX 


— Breaking up. 
Breakwater-- 


--HFM 


HDK 


BOXHATJL-ED-ING. 




HEY 


— Can one break through the ice ? 












Enemy is breaking up his encampment, | 


HDL 


Boy. 






Icebreaker 


LZC 

...pbv 


HDM 


Beace-d-ing. To brace 






The ice is so solid, I can not 


break 


HDN 


— Brace round. 






through; send help --- 


...POP 


HDO 


— Brace round your 'head yards. 




HEZ 


— When did sickness break out ? 




HDP 


— Brace up. 






Breakage. (Frncfure. ) 


...NPJ 


HDQ 


Bracket. 






Breaker. Barricoe (a small cask) .fxy 


HDR 


Brackish. 




HFA 


Veer a breaker astern 

Breakers. 


...FXZ 


HDS 


Brail-ed-ins — UP. 






Amqng the breakers 

—Breakers ahead. Reef, Rock, or 


—EOF 


HDT 


— Brail up the spanker. 




HPB 


Shoal 










ahead of you. 




HDU 


Brake. 




HFC 


— Breakers on the — . 




HDV 


— Pump brakes. 




HFD' 


— Breakers, Reef, Rock, or. Shoal on your | 










port bow. 




HDW 


Branch-ed-inq. 




HFE 


— Breakers. Reef, Rock, or. Shoal on your | 










starboard bow. 




HDX 


Brand-ed-ing. 






Ice breakers 


...pby 


HDY 


— What brand {or, trade-mark)? 




HFG 


Breakfast. To breakfast. 




HDZ 


Brandy. 




HFI 


After breakfast 

—Before breakfast. 


— -DQP 


HEA 


Brassy. 




HFJ 


— Breakfast before you start. 




HEB 


— Connecting-rod brasses broken 


or, out 


HFK 


—Have you breakfasted ? 






of order). 




HPL 


—Will you breakfast with me ? 




HEC 


— Crank brasses broken (or, out of order). 










Crank-pin brasses broken - 


-.-KBN 


Hi'M 


Breakwater. 






Main-bearing brasses broken (or 


, out of 










order) 


- - . gbo 


HPN 


Breast. 




HED 


— ^Piston-rod brasses broken {or. 


out of 




Abreast, or. Abeam of 


... CXV 




order). 




HFO 
HFP 


— Breast high. 
—Breast hook. 




HEF 


Brave-ly-ry-b-st. 




HFQ 


— Breast rope. 




HEG 


Brazil-ian. Brazilian Colors. 




HFR 


Breath-e-ed-ing. 




HEI 


Breach-ed-ing. 




HFS 


Breech-ing. 




HEJ 


—Made a breach. 




HFT 


Breeches buoy. 




HEK 


Bread. 










HEL 


—Bread and water. 
Bread bag. Biscuit bag 


FSE 


HFU 


BREECH-LOADER-IN&. 






Bread is not good. Biscuit 


is not 


HPV 


Breed-ing. Bred. 




HEM 


good 

— Bread room. 


.--GLK 


HFW 


Breeze. (See also Wind) . 




HEN 


— BreadstuflEs. 




HFX 


—A stiflE breeze. 




HEO 


—Fresh bread. Soft bread. 






As soon as there is a breeze 


--.PBQ 


HEP 


— No bread. 




HFY 


— Breeze will freshen. 






Soft bread. Fresh bread 


.--HEO 


HFZ 


— Fresh breeze. 






Want bread. In want of biscuit - -GLN 


HGA 


— I shall weigh the moment the 

springs up. 
— Land breeze. 
Moderate breeze 

— Sea breeze. 


breeze 


HEQ 
HER 

HES 


Breadth. Broad. {See also Broad. ) 
—Hair's breadth. 
—The breadth of — . 


HGB 
HGC 


...RXK 


HET 


—What width (or, breadth)? 




HGD 

HGE 


— Slight breeze. 
—Strong breeze. 




HETT 


Break-ing. To break. (See aZso Broken). 


HGP 


— The breeze will die away. 




HEV 


—A regular break up. An end to the fine 
weather. 


HGI 
HGJ 


— When the breeze goes down. 
—When the wind (or, breeze). 






Am aground, likely to break up ; 


require 




> 






immediate assistance 


ICA 


HGK 


Bribe-d-ing-ry. 





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' 


brick- 


-BROKE 




HGL 


Brick. 




Bring — Continued. 






HJF 


— Shall I bring my ship's papers with me ? 


HGM 


Bridge {of a ship). 


HJG 


—She (or vessel indicated/) has brought. 
The captain must bring the ship's papers 


HGN 


Bridge (over a river, etc.). 




with him hxj 


HGO 


— Bridge of boa;ts. 




When do you intend to bring up 


HGP 


— Drawbridge. 


^ 


(anchor)? ekf 


HGQ 


—Floating bridge. 




Where do you intend to bring up 


HGR 


— Foot bridge. 




(anchor)? ekh 


HGS 


Bridle. 


HJI 


Britain-annia-ic-on. 


HGT 


Beief-ly. Brevity. 


HJK 


British. British Colors. (See also 


HGU 


— Be as brief as possible. 




England.) 
British dodS List of Ships izd 








HGV 


Brig. 




Lloyd's Register of British and Foreign 


HGW 


— Did you see a brig ? 




Shipping Qwv 


HGX 


— Spoke a brig. 










HJL 


Broach-ed-ing — TO. 


HGY 


Brigade. 






HGZ 


— Fire brigade. 




Broad. Breadth heq 


HIA 


— Naval brigade. Brigade of seamen. 


HJM 


— Broader-est. 


HIB 


— Rocket brigade. 


HJN 


—How broad is — ? 


HIC 


Brigand. 


HJO 


Broadside. 




Beware of brigands gjd 


HJP 


—Broadside on (or, to). 






HJQ 


— Port broadside. 


HID 


Brioantine. 


HJR 


— Starboard broadside. 


HIE 


Bright-en-er-est-ly-ness. 


HJS 


Broke-n. (See also Break. ) 
A case of fever has broken out on 


HIF 


Brinb-y. 




board — (or on ship indicated). -MVVi 


HIG 


— Brine cock. 




AirTpump rod broken dwp 


HLT 


— Brine pump. 




Any bones broken? _-Gys 

Arm broken fvi 


HIK 


Bring-ing. To bring. 




Beacon, or. Buoy has broken adrift (or. 


HIL 


—Bring all the letters and papers. 




is gone) gae 




Bring all your papers urz 




Bone broken gyt 


HIM 


—Bring it to the windlass. 




Boom broken gzk 


HIN 


—Bring the papers to me. 




Boom, or, Obstruction broken adrift, 


HIO 


— Bring the ship in as close as possible. 




Gzm 




Bring your papers on board t af 




Both booms broken gzn 


HIP 


— ^Bring away. 




Break-ing, Broke the quarantine laws, 


HIQ 


—Bring, or. Brought despatches. 




CEB 


HIB 


—Bring, or, Brought intelligence. 




Broke adrift dmo 


HIS 
HIT 


— Bring nothing. 
—Bring ofif . 


HJT 


Broke from nrv 


— Broke from her moorings. 




Bring on board ...gpz 


HJU 


— Broke loose. 


HIU 


— Bring on shore. 


HJV 


— Broke out. 


HIV 


— Bring out. , 


HJW 


—Broke up. 


HIW 


—Bring up. 


HJX 


— Broken down. 




Bring -to. Heave-to — until lr 




Cable is cut (or, broken) hqp 


HIX 


— Bring -to; I will send a boat. 




Condenser broken (damaged, or, out of 




Bring-to with a kedge. Drop a kedge. 




order) jmr 




PXV 




Connecting-rod bolts broken gxv 




Bring your papers on board tap 




Connecting-rod brasses broken (or, out 


HIY 


— Brought. 




of order).-,.. heb 


HIZ 


—Can, or. Shall I bring? 




Coupling bolts broken gxw 




Come nearer. Stop, or. Bring-to ; I have 




Crank brasses broken (or, out of order). 




something important to communi- 




HEC 




cate Code Flag over H 




Crank broken kbi 




Do not bring the light to the — (hearing 




Crank pin broken kbo 




indioated)ot —(bearing indicated). vs. 




Crank shaft broken ( or, defective) . _ KBQ 




Has brought the account of — dpb 




Cylinder cover broken kic ■ 


HJA 


—Have you, or. Has he brought ? 




Eccentric bar broken _ _ _ f w j 


HJB 


— I shall bring to at — . 


I 


Eccentric rod broken lsx 


HJC 


—I shall not go far before I bring up. 




Eccentric strap broken LSZ 




Is there anything to bring me up ?. .eqp 




Engines broken down mch 




Let him bring on shore (ashore) fcy 




Engines broken down ; I am disabled.BJ 


HJD 


—Let them bring their tools with,them. 




Engines broken down; obliged to pro- 


HJE 


—Shall I bring? 


■ 


ceed under sail ...mci 



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, BEOKE- 


-BUMP. 








Brok^— Continued. 


HKD 


Broom. 






Engines broken down ; towed in by — , 










MCJ 


HKE 


Brother. 






Feed pipe broken [or, out of order) _muz 










Fire has broken out on board of — . -Gqo 




Brought. (See Bring) 


.HIY 




Has the ice broken up ? Has the winter 










broken up — at — ?- pbj 


HKF 


Brow. 






Have broken main shaft mr 










Hawse pipe is broken opn 


HKG 


Beown-ness. 






High-pressure cylinder cover broken, 










KAI 


HKI 


Beuise-d-ing. 






High-pressure piston broken oux 


HKJ 


—Severely bruised. 




HJY 


—I have broken the {or, my). 










Intermediate-pressure cylinder cover 


HKT, 


Brunt. 






broken kaj 










Low-pressure slide jacket cover broken, 


HKM 


Brush-ed-ing. 






KAM 


HKN 


— Electric brush. 






Machinery broken down .-_ -- mch 


HKO 


— Hair brush. 






Machinery broken down; irreparable at 


HKP 


—Paint brush {or, tool). 






sea .-RDV 


HKQ 


— Scrubbing brush. 






Machinery supposed to have broken 


HKR 


— Tar brush. 






down MCA 










. Main-bearing brasses broken (or, out of 


HKS 


Brushwood. 






order) gbo 










Main shaft broken MR- 


HKT 


Bubble. 






Main shaft broken in stem tube RGT 










One blade of propeller {or, screw) broken, 


HKU 


Bucket. 






GMA 


HKV 


— Fire bucket. 






One boom broken Gzt 










Packing ring of cylinder cover broken, 

KAN 
Piston broken TKX 


HKW 


Buffalo. 






HKX 


BUGLE-D-ING. 




Piston rod bolts broken - : - gyb 




Piston rod brasses broken {or, out of 


HKY 


Bugler. 






order hed 










Piston rod broken {or, cracked) kax 










Piston rod crossheads damaged {or, 


HKZ 


BuiLD-iNG. Built. To build. 






broken) kej 


HLA 


—Builder. 






Propeller broken tyw 


HLB 


— Clinker built. 






Propeller frame broken ttz 


HLC 


— Clipper built. 






"Prrmpl 1 pr shaft broken MR 


HLD 

HLE 


—Contract built. 

— Manufactured, Made, or. Built by 




Pump lever links broken ubl 




Sea inlet valve {or, cock) broken {or. 




Ship building yards --- 


.VXY 




damaged) "vla 




Steel built vessel-- .- 


- WTL 


t^ tj\j\j^ KJ \AM.ih v J ^jrjt.j-\^^ »^* — — — — — ^_ — —.. — — -,— 




Shaft broken ^^tj 










Shaft-coupling bolt broken <JYF 










Slide valve rod broken wgo 


HLF 


Bulgaria-n. Bulgarian Colors. 






Slide valves broken wgj 










Stuffing box broken hdi 


HLG 


BULGE-D-ING. 






Supposed with engines broken down .mca 










Tail end of main shaft broken lyo 


HLI 


BULK-Y-NESS. 






The plague has broken out at — tls 


HLJ 


—In bulk. 






Three blades of propeller {or, screw) 










"hrokfin GMB 


HLK 


Bulkhead. 






Thrust block broken gmz 


HLM 


—Collision bulkhead. 






Thrust shaft broken xen 


HLN 


— Engine room bixlkhead. 






Tunnel shaft broken ydx 










Two blades of propeller {or, screw) 


HT,0 


Bullet. 






broken GMC 


HLP 


Bullion. 




UL \JlX.XjLL -> -— 


HJZ 


Broker. 


HLQ 


Bullock. Ox. Cattle. 






Stockbroker {or, jobber) pvy 


HLE 


Bull's eye. 




HKA 


Brokerage. 


HLS 


Bulwark. 






Bromide of potassium tqy 


HLT 


— Loss of bulwarks. 




HKB 


Bronchitis. 




Bumboat 


-GSF 


HKC 


Bronze. 


HLU 


BUMP-ED-ING. 





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BUMPKIN— BURST. 



HLV 

HLW 
HLX 

HLY 
HLZ 

HMA 

HMB 

HMC 
HMD 
HME 



HMF 



HMG 

HMI 
HMJ 



Bumpkin. 

BuNDEK. {Square Measure). 

bundle-d-ing. 

Bung. 



Bunker. Coai._ bunker. 
— Bunker coal. 



Bunt. 
Bunting. 

Buot-ing. To buot. 

— Buoy (a buoy). 

— Buoyed. 

Anchor buoy bgy 

Beacon buoy gad 

Bell buoy ' gem 

Black buoy -_qlt 

Breeches buoy hft 

Buoy (a buoy)-. hmd 

Buoyed ..-.hme 

Can buoy hud 

Channel buoy ...ila 

Chequered buoy iok 

Conical buoy jPD 

Cork buoy jwm 

Fairway buoy mrg 

Fog buoy ngh 

Gas, or. Light buoy nxa 

Green buoy Ohs 

Harbor, or. Entrance buoy mpr 

Life buoy ; qrd 

Luminous buoy rde 

Mine, or. Torpedo buoy XWN 

Nun buoy , .SLq 

Pillar buoy tir 

Red buoy umd 

Sounding buoy wld 

Spar buoy.-.- . wlz 

Spherical buoy wnk 

Striped buoy ^ xan 

Submerged torpedo buoy xbl 

Telegraph buoy xly 

Torpedo buoy xwn 

Whistling buoy - zde 

White buoy zdq 

Wreck buoy ziy 

Bell buoy damaged; not working. _gen 
Buoy bears gbj 

—Buoy end of cable. 
Buoy, or. Beacon has broken adrift (or, 

is gone).. .Gae 

Buoy rope {of anchor) ehr 

Buoy, or, Mark is not in its proper 
place LC 

-Buoy, or, Mark does not appear to be 

in its proper position. 
■ — Buoys have all disappeared. 
— Buoys have just been examined; they 
are all right. 

Buoyed hme 

Channel is buoyed ow 

How does the beacon (buoy, or, mark) 

bear? gah 

How must I bring the buoy (mark, or, 
beacon) to bear? gai 



HMK 



HML 
HMN 

HMO 



HMP 
HMQ 



HMR 

HMS 



HMT 
HMU 
HMV 



HMW 
HMX 

HMY 
HMZ 

hna 

HNB 

hnc 



HND 

hne 

HNF 



HNG 
HNI 



HNJ 



Buoy — Continued. 

— I do not think buoys {or, marks) can be 
in their proper positions. 
I have not been able to make out the 

buoy (or, beacon) gaj 

I have slipped -my anchor, but it is 

buoyed ekj 

— I think I must have passed the buoy (or, 

beacon). 
— Is it, or, Are they buoyed? 

Is the channel buoyed? pc 

— Is there a buoy {or, mark)on shoal {or, 
on—)? 
Keep buoy {or, beacon) on your port 

hand ...*... ^.qak 

Keep buoy {or, beacon) on your star- 
board hand ..• gal 

1— Leave, or. Put a buoy on — . 
— Leave buoy — at — . 
Leave the buoy {or, beacon; to port.-Lz 
Leave the buoy {or, beacon) to star- 
board MA 

— Let go the life buoy. 
— Make fast to a buoy. 

Marks are all gone. There are no marks 

{or, buoys) elm 

—Missed the buoy. 
— Near the buoy. 
—Off the buoy. 

Slip your cable and buoy the end. .heq 

Steer directly for the buoy {or, bea- 
con).. gam 

The shoal is buoyed... vyx 

— They have a buoy (or, inark) on. 
— To the buoy. 

Buoyant-cy. 
— Buoyant mine. 

Burden, or, Burthen-ed-ing-some. 
—Tonnage burden. 

Bureau de Change. Exchange Office. 



-nqp 



Bureau Veritas. 
Burgee. 



Burgundy wine zgb 

Burial ground. Cemetery igs 

BuRN-iNG. Burnt. To burn. 
Burn a blue light, or. Flash powder, 

GOQ 

-Fire has been burning these — hours. 
Fire, or. Lights will be kept burning at 

the best place for landing _ke 

Keep a light burning kc 

— Vessel indicated was most likely burnt. 
-Will not bum. 
You must keep a light burning kc 

Burst-ing. 

Blow-off pipe burst gny 

Boiler burst gvu 

Boiler burst ; — men killed at 

Boiler burst; — men killed, — others 
wounded au 

Boiler burst; no one hurt av 

Boiler burst; no one seriously hurt. aw 



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BURST— BY. 



HNK 



HKL 
HNM 
HNO 



HNP 

HNQ 



HNR 

HNS 

HNT 

HNU 

HNV 

HNW 

HNX 

HNY 

HNZ 



HOA 
HOB 
HOC 

HOD 
HOE 
HOF 
HOG 



HOI 
HOJ 



HOK 
HOM 

HON 



Burst — Continued. 
Boiler burst; number of killed and 

wounded not yet known ax 

Boiler burst ; several men killed ay 

Boiler burst; several men wounded -az 
Boiler burst; very slight damage .Gvw 

Boiler tubes burst gwp 

Condensing boiler burst - - .gwt 

Condensing boiler tubes burst yde 

Condenser tubes burst jmu 

Donkey boiler burst gwx 

Steam pipe burst tko 

—Will burst. 



Burthen. (See Bxjrden) hna 

Burton. 

bury-ied-ing-ial. 

Burial ground. Cemetery -IGS 

— Buried under — . 

.Wben does burial (funeral) take place? 

NTL 
BUSH-ED. 

— ^In the bush. 

Bushel. (Measure of capacity) ayp 

Business. 

— Busy-ily. 

— Are you, or. Will you be busy. 

— Business dull. 

— Business good. 

— Business transactions. 

— Did you do any business? 

— How is business going? 

— I do business with — . 

I have no business agent (or, I do not 

know of any agent) at — dsq 

— If you are busy. 
— Interferes with business. 
—Person indicated has not suspended 
business. 

Person indicated has suspended business. 

— Suspended business. 
— They do business with. 
—Very busy-ily. 

Who are the best agents (or, people) to 
do business vrith?.- dsz 

Whom do you do business with? ---DTC 

Who generally does business for — ?.dtb 
—Will you be, or. Are you busy? 
—You had better do business with — . 

Your agent, (or agent specified) has (or, 
have) discontinued business dtf 

Your agent (or agent specified) has (or, 
have ) suspended business dtg 

But. 

— But not. 

Butcher. 

Someone to look after stock bad 

Butt. (Measure of capacity) ayq 

Butt-end — ^"^J 



HOP 
HOQ 
HOS 
HOT 



HOU 



HOV 
HOW 

HOX 
HOY 



HOZ 



HPA 



HPB 

HPC 



HPD 
HPE 

HPF 
HPG 

HPI 



HPJ 

HPK 
HPL 
HPM 
HPN 
HPO 
HPQ 



HPB, 
HPS 

HPT 



HPU 
HPV 



Butter. 
— Irish butter. 
■Fresh butter. 
— Salt butter. 



BUTTON-ED-ING. 



Buy-ing. Bought. To buy. (See also 
Purchase) hbm 

—Can I buy? 

— I can buy. 
I have bought hbn 

—I intend to buy. 

— I wish to buy. 

Was not to be bought - -.hbo 

Will you (or person indicated) buy (or, 
purchase)? tjcr 



Buyer. 



.BJQ 



By 

— By a shot. 
By all means dyk 

By an Act of Congress (or. Parliament), 

• DIE 

By and bye. Not yet hpx 

—By day. 

— By degrees. 

By him (his, her-s, it-s) bjr 

By me (my, mine) bjs 

By messenger (or, bearer) RQU 

—By night. 

— By no means. 
By our-s (us) - bjy 

— By post. 

— By rail. 
By steamer wtf 

— By telegraph. 

By that (or, this) bjt 

By the bju 

By, or, With the army ewg 

— By, or. With the convoy. 
By the crew kcl 

— By the head. 
By the packet (or, mail). 
By the side of. • 

— By the stem. Inches by the stern. 
■By the sun. 

— By, or. To the wind. 

By them (their-s) bjv 

By there bjw 

By these (or, those) bjx 

By this (or, that) bjt 

— By this means. 
By us (our-s) bjy 

— By way of. 

By what authority ? fmy 

By what means? RNV 

— By what time ? 

By which (or, what) bjz 

By whom (or, whose) bka 

By you-r-s bkc 

— Byword. 

—Gone by. Passed by. 

Me by — .bkd 

Not by.-- — cro 

Passed by. Gone by hpv 

Towed by, or. In tow of XYU 



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BYE— CAKE. 



HPX 

Hpy 

HPZ 



HQA 



HQB 

HQC 

HOD 

HQE 

HQF 

HQG 

HQI 

HQJ 

HQK 



HQL 
HQM 



HQN 
HQO 



HQP 

HQR 
HQT 
HQU 
HQV 
HQW 



HQX 

HQY 

HQZ 
HEA 

HRB 



Bye. 

— By and bye. Not yet. 
— By-law. 
— Good-bye. 
I shall come oif by and bye . 



-JDG 



C. {Letter:) {Fornew method of spelling, 
see page 13.) 

Cab. 

Cabbagb. 

Cabin. 

— Cabin passenger — for. 

— Cabin table requisites. 

Cabin window. 

■Deck cabin. 
— State room. 

Cabinet. 

Cable. (Measure of length) :... avn 

Cable. 
■About to veer cable. 
Are towing cables fast ? Are you (or, 

your hawsers) fast? xyj 

■Are your cables clihched ? 

Armor-ed cable evu 

— Be ready to slip your cable. 

Bend cable .- gpj 

Bower cable hcw 

Break in cable hew 

Buoy end of cable hmf 

Cable (to telegraph) xlo 

— Cable is cut (or, broken). 
Cable is repaired uqy 

— Cable laid. Cable-laid rope. 

— Cable parted. 

— Cable tank. 

— Cablegram. 

—Cable (chain), (Circumference in \ of 
an inch, and length in fathoms, to he 
indicated, if necessary. ) 

—Cable, or. Hawser (hemp). (Size and 
length to be indicated, if necessary. ) 

— Can not veer any more cable. 
Cast off towing cables xyn 

—Coir, or. Grass cable. 

—Cut, or, Slip your cable. 
Driving; I can veer no more cable. 
No more anchors to let go nk 

— Electric cable. 



HRC 

HRD 
HRE 

HRF 



HRG 

HRI 

HRJ 



HRK 
HRL 
HRM 

HRN 



HRO 
HRP 

HRQ 
HRS 



HRT 
HRU 
HRV 
HRW 



HRX 

HRY 
HRZ 
HSA 



HSB 



HSC 
HSD 

HSB 



HSF 

HSG 
HSI 



HSJ 
HSK 
HSL 



ChBl,^— Continued, 
— Fasten your chain to towing cable. 
Have all your anchors and cables ready 

for use EiG 

— Heave-ing, Hove short. 

Hemp cable, or. Hawser hqx 

— How much cable have you out ? 
I am laying (repairing, or, picking up) 
, a telegraph cable. Keep out of my 

way XLQ 

— I am obliged to slip my cable ; pick it 
up for me. 
I have picked up telegraph cable -..wxr 
— I mean to slip cable. 
— I must cut my cable. 
— Is there a telegraph cable near me ? 
In anchoring, look out for telegraph 

cable -.WT 

Insulate-d-ing wire (or, cable) pnt 

— Is the cable fast (or, rope belayed)? 

— Main cable. 

— Not cable enough ; give more scope. 

Pay out cable ku 

■Range your cable. 

Send an anchor and cable off immedi- 
ately [indicate if more than one) - .ejm 
Sending, Sent an anchor and cable, .ejn 
— Sheet cable. 
Shorten in cable to the number of 
shackles indicated. 
— Slip your cable and buoy the end. 
•Spring on the cable. 

Steel wire cable wto 

Stop engines to adjust towing cables, 

DKH 

Stream cable (chain) . 

Submarine cable. 
— Survey chain cable. 

■Telegraph cable. 

There is a telegraph cable on — (hearing 

indicated) I. en 

— Towing cable is damaged (or, stranded). 

Towing cable is fast xyv 

— Unbend cables. 
— Unshackle cables. 

— Veer cable to — (numher of shackles 
indicated). 

Veer more cable kit 

Veered-ing my calole. 
— Veered-ing my cable (indicate which, 
and number of shackles, if necessary.) 

Wantacable (size to follow) yb 

Want a cable and anchor . ._.yd 

— Want a hemp cable. 

— What length are your cables (or cable 

indicated) ? 
— Wire cable (or, hawsers) . 



Cadet. 

Cadiz. 

— My first meridian is Cadiz, west of Green- 
wich 6° 12" 24' = Oh. 24m. 49.6 sees. 

CAPfe. Restaurant. 

Caisson. 

Cake. 
Oil cake s<jE 



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187 



CALAMITY— CAN. 



HSM 

HSN 
HSO 
HSP 
HSQ 
HSB 

HST 

HSU 
HSV 

HSW 

HSX 



HSY 
HSZ 
HTA 
HTB 
HTC 



HTD 



HTE 



HTF 



HTG 
HTI 



Calamity-ous. (Disaster) lck 

Calavances. 

Calculate-ing-ion. 
— Have, or-; Has made no calculation. 
—Have you, or, Has he calculated 1 
—I have, or, He has calculated. 
— What i^ your calculation ? 

Calf. 

Caliber. 
Guns of the caliber of — . 

Calico. 

Call-ed-ing. To call. 
Attention is called to page — , paragraph 

— , of the International Code dh 

N. B. — The page is to be shown first, and 
then the paragraph. This signal 
should be employed only between vessels 
using the United States edition, as 
otherwise the pages referred to mil riot 
correspond. 

Call alongside bax 

— Call at the post office for letters. 
— Call for my letters. 
— Call off — for orders. 
— Call upon {or, see) . 
— Called for — . 
Calls the attention of the first (or, 
nearest) ship on the bearing (from the 
person signaling) ■poiniedL out by com- 
pass signal •--_ Di 

Calls the attention of second ship , etc .dj 
Calls the attention of third ship, etc.DK 
Calls the attention of fourth ship, etc .dl 
Calls the attention of fifth ship, etc .dm 
OoZZsthe attention of sixth ship, etc.DN 
Calls the attention of the shore signal 
station on the bearing (from the per - 
ion signaling) pointed out by compass 

' signal ^ do 

Calls the attention of vessel coming into 
the anchorage on the bearing (from 
the person signaling) pointed out by 

compass signal dp 

Calls the attention of vessel leaving 
the anchorage on the bearing (from 
the person signaling) pointed out by 

compass signal dq 

Calls the attention of vessel whose dis- 
tinguishing signal will be immedi- 
ately shown DR 

—Do, or, Does not touch (or, call) any- 
where (or, at — ). 
Do you, or. Does — (vessel indicated) 

call anywhere (or, at — )? hw 

—Do you call at any port before destina- 
tion? 
Have you called anywhere (or, at — )? 

eqt 
I have orders for you not to touch (or, 

callat) — -SN 

— I shall call at — . 
I shall not touch (or, call) anywhere (or, 

at—) -i:W 

— Port of call. 

—Shall, or. Will call (or, be called). 



HTJ 
HTK 

HTL 
HTM 

HTN 
HTO 
HTP 
HTQ 



HTR 
HTS 

HTU 



HTY 
HTZ 

HUA 

HUB 

HUC 
HUD 



HUE 



Call — Continued. 

— ^ Where do you intelid calling for orders ? 

—Will you call ? 

Calm-ed-ing-ly-ness. 
— Calm and light winds. 

Calm sea --- XJO 

— Calm the sea by pouring oil on it. 
— Calms prevail. 
— Fall-ing, calm. 
—-If it should be calm. 

Meteorological report for to-day gives 
calm - KSG 

Meteorological report for to-morrow 
gives calm RSK 

Caloric. 

— Caloric engine. 

Cam. 



HTV Camber. 
HTW Cambric. 

Came. (See Come) 
HTX Camel. 



Camp. 
■Camp equipage. 

Campaign. 

C amphor-ate-d . 

Can-ned. a can. (Tin.) 
— Can buoy. 

Can (or. May) -- BKE 

Can, or. Maybe bfg 

Can, or. May do (or, be done) blt 

Can, or, May doit- blu 

Can, w. May have bqe 

Can, or. May have been bfh 

Can, or. May have done (or, been done), 

BLV 

Can, or, May have had bqf 

Can, or. May he (she, it, or persons or 

things indicated) 1 --- btj 

Can, or. May he (she, it, or person s or 

things indicated) ? ,-- btk 

Can, or. May he (she, it, or persons or 

things indicated) have been ? btl 

Can, or. May his (her-s, it-s)? bkf 

Can, or. May I (my, mine)? bkg 

Can, or. May I be? bkh 

Can, or, May I have some — ? bqg 

Can, or, May it be done ? , . . . blw 

Can, or. May that (or, this)? bki 

— Can, or. May the ? 

Can, or. May there be? -BFI 

Can, or. May these (or, those)? bkj 

Can, or, May they (theirs) bkl 

Can, or, May they not? bkm 

Can, or. May we (ours)? bkn 

Can, or. May you (yours)? bko 

Cannot, or May not bkp 

Cannot, or. May not be bfj 

Can not, or. May not do (or, be done), 

blx 



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Part II. 



CAN— CAPABLE. 




Can — Continued. 






CAy— Continued. ' 






Can not, or, May not do it -- 


--BLY 




What, or. Which can {or, may)?- 


--CPZ 




Can not, or, May not have 


.-BQH 




When can (or, may)? 


--CQZ 




Can not, or, May not have been.- 


--BPK 




When I can (or, may) 


-CRM 




Can not, or. May not have done {or, 




Where can (or, may)? 


--CSV 




been done) 


--BLZ 




Who can (or, may)?-- 


--OUJ 




Can not, or. May not have had . . . 


--BQI 


HUF 


— Why can (or, may)? 






Can not, or. May not he (she, it, or per- 




Why can not (or, may not)? 


-CVD 




sons or things indicated) be ? - 


-BTM 


HUG 


— Yes ; I can. 






Can not, or, May not he (she, it, orper- 




You can (or, may) 


-BKX 




sons-s or things indicated) have been ? 




You can (or, may) be 


--BIY 






BTN 




You can (or, may) have - - 


Bsr 




He, She, It {or persons or things 


indi- 




You can not (or, may not) 


-BKY 




cafed) can (or may) 


.BUA 




You can not (or, may not) be 


--'BIZ 




He, She, It {or persons or things 


indi- 




You can not (or, may not) have .. 


..BSZ 




Gated) can {or, may) be 


--BUC 


-, 








He, She, It {or persons or things 


indi- 


HUI 


Canal. 






cated) can, not {or, may not) 


-BTJD 


HUJ 


—Canal is blocked. 






He, She, It {or persons or things 


indi- 


HUK 


— Canal is clear. 






cated) can not {or, may not) be 


-BUE 


HUL 


— Is canal clear? 






' How can {or, may)?--- 


--BXJ 










I can {or, may) 


-BKQ 


HUM 


Cancel-ed-ing. 






I can {or, may) be 


-BFX 


HUN 


— Cancel-ed-ing the indentures. 






I can {or, may) have 


..BRl 


HUO 


— Certificate canceled 






I can not {or, may not) 


-BKR 


HUP' 


— Order canceled. 


1 




I can not {or, may not) be 


-BPY 


HUQ 


— Your orders are canceled. 






I can not {or, may not) have 


--BRJ 




Your original orders are canceled; I 




I shall {or, will) if I can 


..BKS 




am directed to inform you to proceed 




I will doit if I can- --. 


--LIP 




to- -.-.-. 


--TH 




If he (she, it, or persons or things 


indi- 










cated) can {or, may) 


-BYD 




Candaeeen, or. Fun. (Coin) 


-ATB 




If he (she, it, or persons or things 


indi- 










cated) can not {or, may not) 


-BYE 


HUR 


Candidate for. 






If I can {or, may) 


-BZA 


HUS 


—Examination of candidate for — 


(or. 




If I can not {or, may not) 


—BZC 




at—). 






If it can {or, may) be done 


.-BZR 










If it can not {or, may not) be done 


--BZS 


HUT 


Candle. 






If they can {or, may) 


-CAH 










If they can not {or, may not) 


--CAI 


HUV 


Cane-d-ing. 






If we can (or, may) 


--CAZ 










If we can not {or, may not) 


-CBA 


HUW 


Cannibal-ism. 






If you can {or, may) -- 


--CBS 










If J on can not {or, may not) 


--CBT 


HUX 


Cannon. {See also Gun.) 






It, etc. (See He, abowe.) 












It can be 


-BGN 


HUY 


Cannonade-d-ing. 






It can {or, may) be done 


-BNK 










It cannot be 


-BGO 




Cannot. (See ako Can) 


-BKP 




It can not {or, may not) be done .. 


-BNL 


HUZ 


— No ; I can not. 






No; lean not 


-HUZ 










Nothing can {or, could) 


--SKB 


HVA 


Canoe. 






That, or. This can (or, may) 


-CKQ 










That, or. This can {or, may) be - . . 


-CKR 


HVB 


Cant-ed-ing. 






That, or, This can not {or^ may not 


-CKS 










That, or, This can not {or, may not) be. 




Cantar. (Measure of weight) 


-BAD 




There can (or, may) 


-.CMI 


HVC 


Canteen. 






There can (or, may) be 


-CM J 










There can not (or. may not) 


-CMK 


HVD 


Canvas. 






There can not {or, may not) be 


-CML 


HVE 


—Canvas to repair sails. 






They can (or, may) 


-BKT 


HVF 


—Is, or. Are not stiff under canvas. 






They can (or, may) be 


-BHP 


HVG 


—Is, or. Are very stiff under canvas. 






Theycan(or, may) have 


--BSP 


HVI 


—Old canvas. 






They can not (or, may not) 


-BKU 


HVJ 


—Want No. — canvas (length indicated). 1 




They can not (or, may not) be 


-BHQ 










They can not (or, may not) have- 


.-BSG 


HVK 


Cap. 






We can (or, may) ___ 


-BKV 




Bowsprit cap 


.HOY 




"We can (or, may) be - 


--BIH 


HVL 


—Lower cap. 






We can {or, may) have 


-BSN 


HVM 


— Topmast cap. 






We can not (or, may not) -- 


BKW 










We can not {or, may not) be 


--BIJ 


HVN 


Capable-ility. 






We can not (or, may not) have -- 


.-BSO 


HVO 


-Is he (or, it) capable? 





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189 



CAPACIOUS— CARGO. 



HVP 



HVQ 
HVR 

HVS 



HVT 
HVU 
HVW 



HVX 
HVY 

HVZ 

HWA 
HWB 

HWC 

HWD 
HWE 

HWF 

HWG 

HWI 

HWJ 

HWK 

HWL 

HWM 

HWN 

HWO 

HWP 

HWQ 

HWR 
HWS 
HWT 
HWU 
HWV 
HWX 

HWY 



HWZ 
HXA 
HXB 
HXC 
HXD 
HXB 
HXF 

HXG 

HXI 
HXJ 

HXK 
HXL 
HXM 
HXN 

HXG 



Capacious. Capacity. 
Measure of cubic capacity (see page 52), 

AYB 

Measure of capacity {seepage 53)..ayj 

Cape (Point). 

— Off the cape. 

— Round-ing the cape. 

Capital. 

Capittjlate-d-ing-ion. 

Capsize-d-ing. 

Boat capsized (bearing, if necessary) .ap 
— Did you see her capsize? 
— Vessel indicated (by bearing) is capsized. 

Capstan. 
Capstan bar fwh 

— Capstan disabled. 
— Steam capstan. 

Captain. 
All captains dxg 

— By the captain. 

— Captain desires me to inform you. 
Captain in the Army ewh 

— Captain in the Navy. 

— Captain is 

— Captain is dead (or, died on — ). 

— Captain is not. 

— Captain is not on boax-d. 

^Captain is on board. 

— Captain is on shore. 

— Captain is requested to come on board. 

— Captain is sick. 

— Captain is well. 

—Captain, or. Master in the Mercantile 
Marine. 

— Captain of — . 

—Captain of the port, or, Harbor master. 

— Captain requests. 

— Captain will not return until — . 

— Consult captain. 

— Flag captain. 

For, or, to the captain hxk 

— From the captain. 

Harbor maister, or. Captain of the 
port — - HWS 

— Have not seen the captain. 

— Have seen the captain. 

— Have you seen the captain? 

—Inform the captain of. 

—Is the captain coming on shore? 

— ^Is the captain on board? 

—Request captain to come here (or to 
place indicated). 

—Request the captain of — (vessel indi- 
cated). 

—Should the captain. 

—The captain must bring the ship s papers 
with him. 

— To, or, for the captain. 

—When the captain. 

—Where is the captain? 

—Who is captain of ship signaled (or ? ndi- 
cated)^ or. Who is your captain? 

— With the captain. 



HXP 



HXQ 

HXR 

HXS 

HXT 

HXU 

HXV 

HXW 

HXY 

HXZ 

HYA 
HYB ■ 
HYC 



HYD 

HYE 
HYF 
HYG 

HYI 



HYJ 

HYK 
HYL 



HYM 
HYN 
HYO 
HYP 
HYQ 



HYR 

HYS 

HYT 

HYU 
HYV 
HYW 
HYX 

HYZ 

HZA 

HZB 

HZC 

HZD 

HZE 

HZF 

HZG 

HZI 

HZJ 

HZK 

HZL 

HZM 

HZN 



Captive-ivity. 
Captive balloon 



-FTT 



Capture-d-ing. Captor. 

— Captured by. 

— Has been captured. 

— Have any vessels been captured? 

— Vessel and cargo have been captured. 

— Was, or. Were captured. 

— Will certainly be captured. 

^Will perhaps be captured. 

—You run the risk of capture (or, seizure). 

Car. 

— Car, or. Omnibus leaves at — . 
— When does car (or, omnibus) leave 
for — ? 

Carat. (Measure of weight) bae 

Carbolic acid. 

Carbon-.\ted-io-ize-d. 
— Carbon plate. 
— Carbon point. 

Card. 
Compass card JHG 



Cardinal. 

Care-ful-ly-ness. 

— Be careful not to give ofiEense. 

Be very careful in your answer emu 

Be very careful in your intercourse with 

strangers FS 

Take care, or, Be careful; caution is 

requisite ft 

— Take care range is clear. 
— The greatest care (or, caution). 
— Under the care (or, charge)— of . 
— Under your care (or, charge). 
— Utmost care must be taken. 
You may go by your soundings, if you 
use care wla 

Careen-ed-ing. 

Career. 

Careless-ly-ness. 

Cargo. 

— Assorted cargo. 
— Coal cargo. 
— Cotton cargo. 

Dead weight cargo koj 

— Deck cargo. 

— East India cargo. 

— Frozen meat cargo. 

— General cargo. 

— Grain cargo. 

— Guano cargo. 

—Inflammable cargo. 

—Live cargo. 

— Miscellaneous cargo. 

—Not inflammable cargo. 

—Perishable cargo. 

— Petroleum cargo. 

— Return cargo. 

— Timber cargo. 



190 



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Part II. 



CARGO— CARRIED AWAY. 



HZO 
HZP 

■HZQ 

HZR 

HZS 

HZT 

HZU 

HZV 

HZW 

HZX 

HZY 

lAB 

lAC 

IAD 

lAE 

lAF 
lAG 

lAH 

lAJ 
lAK 
lAL 

lAM 
IAN 

lAO 
lAP 
lAQ 

lAR 

IAS 



lAT 

lAU 

lAV 



lAW 
lAX 
lAY 
lAZ 



IBA 
IBC 



IBD 

IBE 
IBP 
IBG 



Cargo — Continued. 

— West India cargo. 

— Wheat cargo. 
Advertise cargo and day of sale dob 

— An opportunity for disposing of cargo. 
Cargo boat gsk 

— Cargo consists of — . 

— Cargo damaged. 

— Cargo damaged; extent not yet known. 

— Cargo expected to be saved. 

— Cargo expected to be sold. 

— Cargo has been reshipped. 

—Cargo in very good order. 

— Cargo lost. 

— Cargo must be reshipped. 

— Cargo must be shipped. 

Cargo not inflammable .- HZJ 

— Cargo not much damaged (slightly 
damaged). 

— Cargo not salable. 
Cargo, or, Ballast has shifted ftn 

— Cargo saved. 

— Cargo so badly stowed that I am not 
seaworthy. 

— Cargo sold well. 

— Cargo under weight. 

— Condition of cargo. 

— Discharge-d-ing cargo. 

— Discharge cargo as soon as possible. 

— Dispose of cargo as soon as possible. 
Fire in hold amongst cargo _ . or 

— Have lost deck cargo. 

— Have room for no more cargo. 

— Have you cargo for more places than 
one {or than one specified)'! 

— Have you room for more cargo? 

— How many tons dead weight of cargo 
must you have? 
How many tons of measurement goods 

can you take? oev 

I have no cargo to disturb my com- 
passes --- JHU 

I have received orders for you to dis- 
charge cargo at SR 

— Is reshipping her cargo. 

— Is the cargo sold? 
Is your cargo much damaged? bq 

— Is your cargo very inflammable? 

Manifest of cargo. rjo 

Must discharge cargo to repair damage, 

KJR 

My cargo is — .-. hzr 

Owners desire me to inform you to dis- 
charge cargo first at — {place indi- 
cated) SY 

— Part of cargo saved. 

— Proceeds of the cargo. 

— Sell cargo as soon as possible. 

— Send flats to discharge cargo. 

Sold her cargo wjf 

Supercargo xeg 

— The cargo is not yet sold, 
-—Valuable cargo. 
Vessel and cargo have been seized {or, 

captured) hxu 

— Waiting for cargo. 

Want lighters to take my cargo qte 

Want — tons dead weight of cargo. 
— What cargo do you want? 
What cargo have yoxx {w, has — , vessel 
indicated) ? 



IBH 
IBJ 

IBK 

IBL 
IBM 
IBN 
IBO 
IBP 

IBQ 

IBR 

IBS 
IBT 
IBU 

IBV 
IBW 
IBX 

IBY 

IBZ 



ICA 



ICB 
ICD 

ICE 
ICF 

ICG 
ICH 

ICJ 

ICK 

ICL 
ICM 

ICN 



ICO 
ICP 

ICQ 



Cargo — Continued. 

— What condition is the cargo in? 

— When do you commence discharging 

cargo? 
— When will you have the cargo {or, 

the—)? 
— Where did you discharge cargo? 
— Where would my cargo sell? 
— Whom is your cargo consigned to? 
— Without discharging cargo. 
— Would my cargo sell here {or at place 

indicated)'! 
— You will discharge cargo — at — . 

Carling. I 

Carpenter. 

— Can I get carpenters? Want carpenters. 

— Carpenters and caulkers may be ob- 
tained at — . 

— Carpenter's stores. 

— Carpenter's tools. 

— I have no carpenter's tools. Want car- 
penter's tools. 

— Send carpenters on board — {ship indi- 
cated). 

— Vessel {indicated) can lend you car- 
penter's tools. 

Carpet-ing. 
Carpet bag psg 

Carriage. 

-Gun carriage. 

-Railv(ray carriage. 
— Torpedo carriage. 

Carrier. 
-Carrier pigeon. 

Carronade. 

Carrot. 

Carry-ied-ing. 

— Can carry. 

— Can you carry? 

Can not carry more sail vdu. 

Carried out svT i 

Damaged, or, Sprung mast ; can not 

carry sail bh 

Have they advertised for any vessel to , 

carry the mail? dop 

How do you carry your helm? OTS 

How many guns does she carry? rkh 

I mean to carry sail all night vea 

I will carry a light. I will show a light, 

QRY 
If you do not carry more sail we shall 

part company jgn 

Keep ahead and carry a light. dvk 

No use carrying so much sail ved- 

She carries guns okm 

Will you carry a light? - QSR. 

Carried away. 

— Carried away stem. 
Funnel carried away nto 

— Have, or. Has carried away. 

I have carried away fore yard nkh 

I have carried away main yard rge i 



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191 



CARRIED AWAY— CATTLE. 



ICR 
ICS 
ICT 



ICU 
ICV 
ICW 
ICX 



ICY 



ICZ 

IDA 
IDE 



IDC 



IDE 
IDF 



IDG 
IDH 



IDJ 
IDK 

IDL 
IDM 
IDN 



IDO 
IDP 

IDQ 
IDR 



IDS 

IDT 
IDU 



Carried away — Continued. 
I have carried away topsail yard. . .zkn 
Stokehole, or, Fire-rOom ventilator 

carried away ...wvy 

Tackle, or, Purchase carried ■away..xiT 

Cart. 

Carte blanche. 

Cartridge. 

Ball cartridge _ ...ptg 

Blank cartridge gmk 

— Empty cartridge cases. 
— Service rifle cartridge. 
— rln want of cartridges. 
— Pistol cartridges (revolver). 

Quick firing cartridges {or, ammr.-j it ioi. ), 

EFX 

Rounds of rifle ball cartridge. 

Want pistol (revolver) cartridges . -TKV 

Case-d-ing. 

Case (a chest or box) hdb 

■Case shot. 

•Cot case. 

Empty cartridge cases icu 

Empty cases -.lxy 

-Have you a case for — ? 

Mine case .-..run 

Powder case ..trk 

— Send a — dozen cases — of — . 
— Small case. 

Torpedo case xwq 

Case. {Instance, etc.) 

A case of fever has broken out on board 

{or on ship indicated) gpr 

— A good many slight cases. 

Any cases of fever on board {or, at — )? 

EON 

Bad case , fqw 

— Case is for hospital. 

— Case is infectious. 
Case of cholera ipr 

—Case of dysentery. 

—Case of fever. 

— Case of smallpox. 

Have infectious case on board pjh 

Hospital case oyr 

I have had cases of yellow fever on 

board mwk 

I have had no cases of yellow fever on 

board...- mwl 

It alters the case - eco 

— Other case. 

— Slight case. 

Case. In case. 

— In case of. In the event of. 
In case of accident {or, necessity) ...bp 

Incase of emergency t'XP 

In case we part company JGO 

— In that case. 

Cash, S.«"EQUE, or, Le {Coin) atc 

Cash. 

Can I get a bill cashed here ?. GKl 

Can not get a bill cashed here gkj 

— Cashed-ing. To cash. 



IDV 

IDW 
IDX 

IDY 
IDZ 



lEA 

lEB 
lEC 

lED 

lEF 

lEG 

lEH 
lEJ 

lEK 

lEL 

lEM 

lEN 
lEO 

lEP 

lEQ 

lER 

lES 
lET 
lEU 

lEV 
lEW 
lEX 



lEY 
lEZ 

IFA 
IFB 



IFC 
IFD 
IFE 



Cash — Continued. 

I will cash {or, take) your bill gkl 

Will you cash a bill on — for me?, .qkm 

Cashier-ed. 

Cask. 
■Can you supply me with casks of {indi- 
cate number of casks, if neeessary)1 
— Cask of water. 
— Empty casks 
Endeavor to send a line by boat (cask, 
kite, or, raft, etc.) — ka 

Cast-ing. 

Apparatus for casting oil on the sea to 

quiet it •- erp 

— Cast away. 
—Castaways. 

Cast iron .iek 

— Cast off. 

Cast off towing cables - xyn 

— Cast to starboard. 

Cast steel iel 

— Cast to port. 

Downcast ; lmg 

— I must cast off. 
—Shall I cast off? 

Cast iron. 

Cast steel. 

Caste. 

Castle. 

— Forecastle. 

Castor oil. 

Casualty. 
Any casualties? eop 

Cat. {Animal.) 

Cat-ted-ting. To cat. 
—Cat f aU. 
— Cat head. 
Cat the anchor eht 

Catamaran. 

Catastrophe. 

Catch-ing. Caught. 

Caught fire ifg 

There are plenty of fish to be caught 
here ncd 

Torpedo catcher {or, chaser, or, destroyer) 

XWR 

Cathedral. 

Catholic. Roman Catholic. 
A visit from a Roman Catholic priest 
would be much valued tvy 

Catoptric Light. 

Catspaw. 



Cattle. Bullock. Ox 

—Cattle all well. 

— Cattle men. 

— Have lost — head of cattle. 



-hlq 



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Part II. 



CATTY— CERTIFICATE. 




Catty. {Measure of weight) - - -Baf 


IGP 


Cement-ed-ing. 






IGQ 


— Portland cement. 






IGR 


— Roman cement. 




Caught. Catch-ing --.iex 






IFG 


—Caught fire. 
There are plenty of fish to be caught 


IGS 


Cemetery. Burial ground. 




here ncd 


IGT 


Censure-d-ing. 






IGU 


— Much censure for. 


IFH 


Caulk-ed. To caulk. 




Cent. (Coin) ...- atd 


IFJ 


— Caulker. 




Per cent. Percentage — ^ tfq 


IFK 


—Caulker's tools. 






IFL 


— Caulking. 




Centavo. (Coin) ate 


IFM 


— Thorough caulking necessary. 




^ 




You can procure caulkers and carpen- 




Centbsimo. (Coin) atf 




ters at — IBU 




Centiabe. (Square or surface measure), 

AXK 


IFN 


Cause-d-ing. (See also Reason. ) 








Better not ask the cause (reason) . . .fdn 


IGV 


Centigrade. (For Thermometer Table 


IFG 


— Cause, or, Reason must be assigned. 




see page 60. ) 


IFP 


— Cause of complaint. 






IFQ 


— Cause of delay (or, detention). 




Centigramme. (Measure of weight). -^ah 


IPR 


—Cause unknown. 








Causeway- IFW 




Centilitre. (Measure of capacity) . .ayb 




No cause of detention ktd 






IFS 


—Other cause. 




Centime. (Coin) atf 


IFT 


— The cause (or, reason) assigned is. 






IPU 


— The cause (or, reason) assigned is suffi- 




Centimetre. (Measure of length) . . -avo 




cient. 




Cubic centimetre (cubic measure). -ZNM 




There has been so much fog as to cause 




Square centimetre (square measure)&.XB. 




considerable detention ngl 




1 




What is the cause of your putting back? 

UDE 

— ^What is the cause (reason) — of — "? 




Centimo. (Coin) -._ atf 


IFV 




Centner. (Measure of weight) bah 


IFVV 


Causeway. 




Centner, or. Quintal. 

(Measure of weight) --.bci 


IFX 


Caustic. 










IGW 


Centre-ding- AL-iCAL. 


IFY 


Caution-ous-ly. (See also Care.) 


IGX 


— Centre of hurricane bears — . 


IFZ 


— Cannot be too cautious. 




Keep in the centre of the channel- --LU 




Caution is requisite; take care ft 


IGY 


— Storm centre in — (direction indicated) ; 


IGA 


— Greatest caution is necessary. 




probable course towards — (direction 


IGB 


— Kot sufficiently cautious. 




indicated). 


IGC 


— Sufficient caution. 




You are steering right into the centre 




Take car6, or. Be careful; caution is 




of cyclone (oi; hurricane) pan 




requisite ft 








The greatest caution (or, care) hyn 


IGZ 


Centrifugal. 


IGD 


— They are not cautious enough. 






IGE 


—You must be cautious. 


IHA 


Century. Centenary. 


IGF 


Cavalry. 


IHB 


Cerbmon Y-IOUS . 


IGH 


Cave. Cavern. 


IHC 


Certain -ly-ty. (See also Svke.) 
Am, Is, or. Are certain (swre) xfk 


IGJ 


Cease-d-ing. 




Are you certain (sure) — of — '? xfl 


IGK 


— Cease firing. 


IHD 


— Be certain before you act. 




Cessation ijg 


IHE 


— Certainly not. 




Cessation of hostilities ozb 


IHF 


— I am certain. 




Has the plague ceased at — (place 


IHG 


— I am not certain. 




indicated)"! tlr 


IHJ 


— If you are certain. 






IHK 


— Is he certain. 


IGL 


Cedar. 


IHL 


— Most certain-ly. 




- 


IHM 


—Not certain. 


IGM 


Cede-d-ing. Cession. 




Will be certainly seized (or, captured), 


IGN 


Celebrate-d-ing-tion. Celebrity. 


IHN 


HXW 

Certificate. 
Certificate cancelled .: huo 


IGO 


Cell-ular. 


IHO 


—Certificate irregular. 




Air cells (or, spaces) dwh 




Certificate of birth glf 





Part II. 



GENERAL VOCABULARY. 



193 



CERTIFICATE— CHANKEL. 




Certificate— ConiiwMecJ. 




Chance— Coji^inMed. 


IHP 


— Certificate of character. 




If we separate, we may have a chance 


IHQ 


— Certificate of competency. 




of escape mgy 


IHR 


—Certificate of death. 


IKE 


— No chance {or, opportunity). 


IHS 


—Certificate of marriage. 


IKF 


— No chance of peace. 


IHT 


—Certificate of pilotage. 


IKG 


—Only chance of safety. 


IHU 


— Certificate of service. 






IHV 


—Certificate returned. 






IHW 


—Certificate suspended. 


IKH 


Chancellor, 


IHX 


— Certificates are suflflcient. 






mi^ 


—Has no certificate. 


IKJ 


Chancery. 


IHZ 


— Have you, or. Has — {person indicated) 








the necessary certificate {or, creden- 


IKL 


Chandler. 




tials)? 


IKM 


— Ship chandler. 


IJA 


—Have you, or, Has —{person indicated) 
the proper certificate of competency? 






IJB 


—Lost his {or, the) certificate. 




Chang, or, Cheung. {Meagre of length). 


UC 


— Passing certificate — of (or, for) 




AVP 


IJD 


— Proper certificate. 


IKN 


Change-d-ing-able. 
Any change (or, alteration) eca 






IKO 


—Change (a change). 


IJE 


Certify-ied-ing. 


IKP 


— Change of mind. 


UP 


— Officially confirmed {or, certified). 


IKQ 


—Change of Ministry. 






TKR 


— Change the key of cipher to — . 


IJG 


Cessation. 




Change your anchorage ekt 




Cessation of hostilities ozb 


IKS 


— Change your course. 
Changeable weather Yxz 




Cession. Cede-d-ing igm 




Exchange office. Bureau de change -HNC 
Has there been any change in the Gov- 


IJH 


Chafe D-iNG. 




ernment in — ? -.-OGA 


UK 


— Chafing gear. 




Likely to change qtr 


IJL 


— Chafing mats. 


IKT 


— May I change (or, shift)? 
The wind is going to change zby 


UM 


Chain-ed-ing. 


IKU 


— There will be a change. 




Chain cable (ctVcMm/erence in ^ inch, and 


IKV 


— There will be no change until. 




length in fathoms, to be indicated if 


IKW 


— To change. 




necessary) hqw 


IKX 


— Unless a change takes place. 


UN 


--i-Chain locker. 




When wind changes zfe 


UO 


— Chain obstruction. 


IKY 


— Will you change? 


UP 


— Chains. Channels. Chain plates. 








Fasten your chain to towing cable. -HRC 


TKZ 


Channel, or. Fairway. 


UQ 


— Fore chains. 




About mid-channel czs 


IJR 


— Fourth-mast chains. 




Across channel dhw 




Length of chain. QNE 




Are you acquainted with the anchorage 


US 


— Main chains. 




(place, or, channel)? dhc 


UT 


— Mizen chains. 




Beware of torpedoes ; channel is mined. 


IJU 


— Mooring chain. 




XP 


UV 


—Rudder chain. 


ILA 


— Channel buoy. 




Stream chain (cable) het 


ILB 


—Channel Fleet (or, Squadron). 




Survey chain cable ..hrv 




Channel has altered; do not try it..ECD 




Want chain cable yb 




Channel, or, Fairway is buoyed ow 






ILC 


—Channel, or. Fairway is clear. 




Chair-man, or. President tuq 




Channel, or, Fairway is dangerous.. pu 
Channel is dangel-ous without a pilot.LD 


IJW 


Chalk-ed-ing. Chalky. 


ILD 


—Channel, or. Fairway is likely to be 

mined. 
—Channel, or. Fairway is narrow. 


ux 


Challenge-d-ing. 


ILE 








Channel, or. Fairway is not mined.. xq 


UY 


Chamber. 


ILF 


—Channel, or. Fairway is obstructed. 


IJZ 


—Chamber of Commerce. 


ILG 


—Channel, or. Strait of. ■ 


IKA 


—Chamber of Deputies. 




Channel pilot tiy 


1KB 


— Chamber of Shipping. 




Clear channel— by (or, with) ITO 




Refrigerator, or. Cold-air chamber.Dvi^L 


ILH 


—Do not know the channel (or, passage). 






ILJ 


—Do you know the channel {or, passage)? 


IKC 


Champagne. 


ILK 


— Down channel. 








I am in want of a channel pilot— for— tjb 


IKD 


Chance-d-ing. 




I know the channel (or, passage).. -QCD 




Any chance of war? . .eoq 


ILM 


— In the channel (or, strait) of — . 




■Rqrl chance FWX 


ILN 


—Inner entrance (channel, or, passage). 
Is the channel buoyed? PC 


Best chance ghs 




Good chance... odv 


ILO 


— Is the channel difficult? 



76564—09 13 



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Part II. 



CHANNEL— CHIEF. 




Channel — Continued. 




Chart — Continued. 


ILP 


—Is the channel {or, fairway) mined? 


IMX 


—Indifferent chart. 




Keep in the centre of the channel- --LU 


IMY 


— Track chart — of. 




Keep on port shore {or, side of channel, 


IMZ 


-Very good chart. 




LV 




Want chart of channel {or, harbor, etc.) 




Keep on starboard shore {or, side of 




YH 




channel , LW 


INA 


Charter-ed— BY — . 


ILQ 


—Keep on the — {compass signal to follow) 


INB 


—Are you chartered? 




side of channel. 


INC 


— Can I procure charter? 




Mid-channel bta 


IND 


— Charter is to be procured. 


ILR 


— Most water is in the — channel. 


INE 


—Chartered, or, Employed by Govern 


ILS 


—Outer entrance (passage, or, channel). 




ment. 


ILT 


—The channel is obstructed by a ship. 


INF 


— Charterer. 


ILU 


—There is a channel {or, passage)— (beor- 


ING 


— Charter-p^rty. 




ing indicated): 


INH 


—I am chartered for — . 


ILV 


— Through, or. Into the channel. 
Up channel ylu 


INJ 


— I am not chartered. 




Want chart of channel (or, harbor, etc.) 


INK 


Chase-ding. 




YH 


INL 


— Chase-r proves-d-ing to be. 


ILW 


—Which channel shall I take? 


INM 


— Have been chased by a privateer. 
Have been chased by the enemy oi 




Channels. Chain-plates. Chains, .up 


INO 


— I have been chased by — . 






INP 


— I have been chased by a disguised war 




Chapel znf 




vessel. 






INQ 


— In pursuit {or, chase) of. 




Chaplain, or. Clergyman itx 


INR 


— I shall give chase. 
Keep to leeward of vessel chasing- -Pzn 


ILX 


Character. 




Keep to windward of vessel chasing -Pzo 




Certificate of character , ihp 


INS 


— Should the chase. 


ILY 


— Objectionable character. 


INT 


— Strangers are chasing. 






INU 


—Vessel chasing is a friend. 


ILZ 


Charcoal. 


INV 


— Vessel chasing is an enemy. 






INW 


— We hold our own with vessel chasing us. 




Ch ARGE-D-iNG . ( See also Accuse. ) . . dgh 


INX 


— What do you think of vessel chasing? 


IMA 


— Charged with desertion. 






1MB 


— Charged with drunkenness. 


INY 


CHASSB-MABfiE. 


IMC 


Charge-d-ing. {Entrust. ) 


INZ 


Cheap-ly-ness-er-est. 




Can you supply me with anyone to take 


lOA 


— Which is cheapest? 




charge as engineer? bh 








Clerk in charge.- iub 


lOB 


Chkat-ed-ing. 


IMD 


— In charge of — . 






IME 


— Person to take charge. 


IOC 


Check-ed-ing. 


IMF 


— Take charge — of — . 


lOD 


—Feed-check valves out of order. 




Under charge {or, care)— of — hyo 


lOE 


— Main-check valves out of order. 




Under your charge {or, care) hyp 










lOF 


Cheer-ed-ing-pul-ly-ness. 


IMG 


Charge. {Of gunpowder, etc.) 






IMH 


— ^FuU charge. 


lOG 


Cheese. 


IMJ 


— ^Priming charge. 






IMK 


—Reduced charge. 


lOH 


Chemist (Chymist). Chemicals. Chem- 
istry. (See aiiso Medicine.) 


IML 


Charge-d-ing. {Ask money for.) 








Any fees {or, charges)? sow 


lOJ 


Cheque. Chequeb-ed. 


IMN 


—Are the charges moderate? 


lOK 


— Chequered buoy. 


IMO 


— Charge {amount demanded). 






IMP 


—Charges {or, Expenses) are moderate. 


lOL 


Chest. {Part of body. ) 


IMQ 


—What are the charges {or, expenses) ? 




Chest. {Box) hdb 


IMR 


CHARoi d'affaires 




Arm chest - --EUT 






lOM 


— Medicine chest. 


IMS 


Charity-able-y. 


ION 


— Steam chest. 


IMT 


Chart. {Indicate place, if necessary.) 




Cheung, or, Chang. {Measure of length), 




Admiralty chart dlq 




AVP 


IMU 


— Can you spare me a chart of — ? 


lOP 


Chicken. Fowl. Poultry. 


IMV 


—Have, or. Has chart of — . 








Have you a chart of coast {or place 


lOQ 


Chiep-ly. 




indicated) --BP 


lOR 


—Chief of the State (President, Emperor, 


IMW 


— I have no chart of coast {or place indi- 




King, Queen, etc. ) of — has {or, is) — . 




cated) . 


lOS 


—Chief officer. 



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195 



CHIEF— CIRCLE. 



Chief — Continued. 

— Chief rateing. 

— Commander in chief is — . 

Commander in chief's office 

— The commander in chief is at — 

"Where is commander in chief ? 



Chih. {Measure of length) .. 

Child-ish-ly-ness . 

Chili -AN. Chilian Colors. 

Ghill-ed-ing. 



-JEQ 



-AVQ 



.BAF 



Chimney. (See aJso Funnel. ) 
— Chimney smith. 

Chin. (Measure of weight) 

China. {Earthenware.) 

China-ese. Chinese Colors. 

Chisel 

Chloride op — . 

Chloride of potassium. 
— Chloride of zinc. 

Chlorodyne. 

Chloroform. 



Cho, or, TCHO. (Measure of length) .ayr 

Cho. {Square or surface measure) - -XXL, 

Chock-ed-ing. 

— Chock-up, or. Chock-a-block. 
Rudder chock vbk 

Chocolate. 

Choice. (See Choose) — ipy 

Choke-d-ing. 
Condenser tubes choked {or, salted)_jMy 
Pump choked — vvf 

— Sea inlet choked. 

Cholera. Case of cholera. 

— Cholera raging at — . 

— Ports suspected of cholera, etc. 

Choose-ing. Chose-n. 

— Choice. 

— No choice. 

— Take your choice. 

Christen-ed-ing. {Baptize) — fvo 

Christian-ity. 
— Christian name. 

Christmas. 

. After Christmas — dQR 

— Before Christmas. 
Christmas day .- kmw 



IQC 
IQD 
IQB 
IQF 
IQG 

IQH 



IQJ 



IQK 



IQL 
IQM 



IQN 

IQO 
IQP 

IQR 

IQS 
IQT 
IQU 
IQV 



IQW 
IQX 

IQY 
IQZ 
IRA 
IRB 



Chronometer. 

— Can you spare me a chronometer? 
— Have great faith in my chronometer. 
—How many chronometers have you? 
—I have a chronometer {number to follow, 

if necessary) . 
— I have no chronometer. 

My chronometer gains daily — gp 

My chronometer has rim down.-.-.GQ 
My chronometer is fast of Greenwich 

(or, first meridian) mean time gb 

My chronometer is slow of Greenwich 
(or, first meridian) mean time GS 

N. B.— See note under Greenwich, 
page 258. 

My chronometer loses daily — gt 

-My chronometers were rated — days 

ago at — (indicate place, if necessary). 

My longitude by chronometer is — -QZP 

What is your longitude by chronometer? 

QZL 
-When were your chronometers last 
rated? 
Will you give me a comparison? Wish 
to get a rate for my chronometer *.GU 
-Your chronometer must be fast. 
-Your chronometer must be slow. 

*Note. — I%e vessel shovring the mean 
time will hoist, the signal denoting the 
hour, and dip it sharply shortly after it 
has been answered; the minutes and 
seconds, at the instant of dipping, will 
immediately follow. To insure accu- 
racy, d second comparison should be 
made. 

Chtof. (Measure of capacity. ) AYS 

Church. 

Chymist. (See Chemist) -- ioh 

Cigar. 

Cigarette. 

Cinder. Ash. for 

Cipher. 

Change the key of cipher — ^to — ikr 

— Cipher is ended. 
— Cipher message. 
— Communicate in cipher. 
— Following communication (signal, or, 
message) is secret and in cipher. 

Note. — The cipher will continue until 
the person signaling hoists IQS=Ci- 
pher is ended. 

— Give me the key to cipher. 

— Have not got the key to cipher. 

Cibcle-ulab. 
— Circulate-d-ing-ation. 
—Circulating engine. 
— Circulating pump. 

■ Great circle sailing oha 

Turning circle . yem 



196 



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Part II. 



CIRCUIT— CLEAR. 



IRC 
IRD 



IRE 
IRF 



IRG 
IRH 



IRJ 

IRK 

IRL 

IRM 

IRN. 
IRO 



IRP 
IRQ 
IRS 

IRT 

IRTJ 

mv 



IRW 
IRX 
IRY 



IRZ 

ISA 

ISB 
ISC 

ISD 

ISE 

ISF 

ISG 
ISH 
ISJ 

ISK 

ISL 

ISM 

ISN 
ISO 



ClRCUIT-OUS-LT. 

— Circuit closer. 

Earth circuit '. lrm 

Electric circuit -.- lur 

Short circuit vzu 



Circumference. 

Circumstance. 

Adverse circumstances dnz 

Alters the circumstances ebw 

— Depends upon circumstances. 
— Existing circumstances. 
I shall anchor if circumstances permit 
{place or bearing to follow, if neces- 
sary) EIT 

— Under no circumstances. 
— Under the circumstances. 

Cistern. 

Citadel. 

City. (Tovm.) 
— Citizen. 



Civic authorities. Alderman dws 

CiVIL-LY-ITY. 

— Civil service. . 
— Civil war. 

Civilian. 

Clack valve. 

Clad. (5ee also Clothe. ) 
Iron-clad. Armor-cl ad. evs 

Claim-bd-ing-able-ant. 

Has, or. Have been claimed by. 
— I have a claim on. 

Prior claim twg 

What is the demand {or, claim)? kth 

Clamp-ed-ing. 

— Clamping screw. 

Clap-per. 

— Clap on. Clapping on. 

Claret. 

Class-ed-ing. To class. 

All classes dxh 

— First class. 

I am not classed at Lloyd's qvoi 

— ^Not classed. 
— Second class. ■ 
— Third class. 

CLASSIFY-IED-ING-ICATIOiS^. 

Clause. 

Claw-ed-ing off. 

Clay. 
Stiff clay. 



ISP 



ISQ 
ISR 
1ST 
ISU 
ISV 



ISW 
ISX 
ISY 
ISZ 

ITA 

ITB 

ITC 

ITD 
ITE 
ITF 
ITG 
ITH 

ITJ 
ITK 
ITL 



ITM 

ITN 
ITG 
ITP 

ITQ 



ITR 



ITS 
ITU 



Clean-ed-ing-ly-ness. 

Boilers require cleaning gwk 

Clean bill of health — from — tq 

Clean boiler . -Gws 

— Clean engine. 

— Clean fires. 

— Clean ship. 

— Clean shirts. Clean linen {or, clothes). 

— Cleaning-gear for decks. 

Have you a clean bill of health? to 

How long do you require to clean your 

engine? qym 

I have a clean bill of health, but am lia- 
ble to quarantine - - - Code Flag over Q 
I have not a clean bill of health. 

Code Flag over I 
My engine requires cleaning .mbq 

— Not clean bill of health flag {when 
spoken of). 

— Requires cleaning. 

Clear-ed-ing-ancb. 
All clear j. pxi 

— Are you clear? , 

Bar can not be cleared until — pvR 

Can I clear the bar? pvx 

Canal is clear hue 

•Can not clear to-night {or before time 
indicated). 

Channel, or, Fairway is clear ilo 

Clear anchor ehtj 

— Clear away. 

Clear berth gpp 

— Clear channel (by, or, with). 
Clear hawse opl 

— Clear sky. 

— Cleared at the custom-house. 

— Cleared for. 

— Clearing house. 

— Clearing papers. 
Clearing the custom-house. ...EOS 

— Clearing up. 

— Clearly make out. 

— Clearly seen. 
Have you cleared the custom-house?.KG'? 
I have received information — { place ^ 

next indicated) is clear of ice pbo' 

I only got clear of the ice {or, icebergs) 
on— ..PBS 

— I shall clear {or, go clear). 
Is canal clear? hul 

— Is, or. Are clear of. 
Nearly clear — of — . 

— ^Not able to clear to-day {or until date 
specified). 
■Not clear. 

Not cleared at custom-house kha 

Prepare tobeto wed clear XYS 

Ran clear uhp 

Require diver to clear screw lid 

Shall clear at custom-house ehb 

Sight your anchor. Make sure your 

anchor is clear ejb 

Take care range is clear hym 

The bank was clear of fog ^ fvi 

— Want my clearance {or, papers). 
When will be the best time for clearing 

the bar? xm 

When will you be clear? 

— Will not clear us. 
You are all clear of danger qm 



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197 



CLEAR— GOAL. 



ITV 



ITW 

ITX 
ITY 



ITZ 
lUA 
lUB 



lUC 

lUD 
lUE 
lUF 
lUG 
lUH 

lUJ 

lUK 

lUL 

lUM 



lUN 
lUO 



lUP 
lUQ 
lUR 



lUS 
lUT 



lUV 

row 

lUX 
lUY 

roz 

JVA 
IVB 
IVC 
IVD 

IVE 



IVF 
IVG 



-NDT 



Clear — Continued. 
— ^You will not clear. 
Your flags are not clear 

Cleat. 



Clergyman, Parson, or, Minister. 
— A visit from a Protestant clergyman 
would be much valued. 

Clerk. 

— A clerk from. 
— Clerk in charge. 
Telegraph clerk {or, official) xlz 



Clever-ly-ness. 

Clew-ed-ing. 

Clew-lines, or, Clew-gamets. 
— Clew up. • 

Fore clew-gamets. 
— Main clew-gamets. 

Client. CLiENTfcLE. 

Cliff. 

Climate-ic. 

Clinch-ed-ing. 
Are your cables clinched? hqn 

Clinker built hlb 

Clinometer. 



Clipper. 
Clipper built. 



-HLC 



Clock. 

— At — o'clock I shall steer. 
— Clockwork. 
I shall tack at — o'clock xik 

O'clock ZNG 

— ^Whaf o'clock is it? 

Close-d-ing. To close (in, or, to). 

As close as _ — tad 

Bring the ship in as close as possible. mo 
Circuit closer . ird 

— Close 'confinement. 

— Close hauled. 

—Close ; I wish to communicate. 

—Close lufif. 

— Close on the. 

— Close quarters. 

— Close reef-ed-ing. 

—Close to (near). 

— Closer -est. 

Convoy to keep as close as possible ..iv 
— Do not pass too close to me. 

Enemy is closing with you, or, You are 
closing with the enemy od 

Gate is closed at nxf 

I shall close reef umo 

I shall keep close hauled oph 

—I will keep close to you during the night. 

I wish to communicate; close. lux 

— Is — {port indicated) closed? 

Keep as close as you can to pick up my 
people P'^L 



IVH 
IVJ 
IVK 
IVL 



IVM 
IVN 
IVO 

IVP 

IVQ 

IVR 

IVS 

IVT 
IVU 
IVW 

IVX 
IVY 

IVZ 

IWA 

IWB 

IWC 
IWD 
IWE 

IWF 
IWG 

IWH 

IWJ 

IWK 



IWL 



IWM 



Close — Continued. 

Keep close during the fog pto 

Keep close order pyq 

Keep close to pyr 

Keep him {or, them) in close confine- 
ment -- PYtr 

Keep under the land. • Keep, or. Stand 

closer in lt 

Mail closes — at RFD 

— Office is closed. 

Stand closer in w<;jf 

— Too close {or, near). 

Will close {or, be closed) zbg 

— Will you keep close to me during the 

night? 
— ^You are too close in ; keep farther off. 
Your port of destination is closed ; your 
owners desire you to proceed to.KXJ 

Cloth. 

— Emery cloth. 

— Sail cloth. 

Clothe-d-ing. 

Bedclothes--- --gcs 

— Can I get clothes washed? 

Clad ' — - IBV 

Clean clothes (linen, or, shirts) isu 

— Clothing for female passengers. 

Women's clothing. 
— Clothing for men. Slops. 

Dirty clothes (linen, or, shirts) vyo 

— Night clothing. 
— Plain clothes. 
— Summer clothing. 

Want clothes yts 

— Warm, or. Winter clothing — for. 
— Wet clothes. 

Cloud-ed-y. 

— Clouds are banking up. 

— Cloudy sky. 

Club-bed-bing. 

— Club. Clubhouse. 

— Yacht club. 

Clubhaul-ed-ing. 
— Try to clubhaul. 

Clue. 

Coach-ed-ing. 

COAL-ED-ING. To COAL. 

After coaling dqs 

Anthracite coal enx 

Are you, or. Is — {vessel indicated) in 

want of coal? GW 

Bad coal---- fqy 

Bunker coal hlz 

Can coal be had at — ? gx 

Can you spare me coal? _ gy 

—Coal. 

Coal bag fsh 

Coal boat gsl 

Coal bunker . — hly 

Coal can be got at— (or, from—) ha 

—Coal can not be got in any quantity— 
at — . ■ 
Coal cargo hyw 



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COAL— CODE. 



Coal — Continued. 

IWN —Coal depot. 

IWO —Coal hulk. 

IWP —Coal lighter. 

IWQ — Coal mines. 

IWR — Coal requires much draft. 

rWS —Coal tar. 

IWT —Coal tip. 

IWU — Qoal trimmer, or, Coal passer. 

— Coal — shillings a ton at — Gz 

IWV —Coaling party. 

IWX — Coaling station. 

IWY —Coaling suit. 

IWZ —Collier. 

IXA —Colliery. 

Complete with coal jkn 

Distressed for want of coal lhd 

Do you want coal? aw 

Good coal ODw 

IXB — Good coal may be got at — . 

IXC — How many hours' coal have you {state 
at what speed)t 

IXD — I have — hours' coal, for taW speed {or 
for speed indicated). 

In want of coal {state amount) hb 

Indicate nearest place where I can pro- 
cure coal HC 

IXE — Indifferent coal. 

No coal to be got at — hd 

IXF — North country coal. 

Owners desire me to inform you to coal 
at — .. HE 

IXG — Plenty of coal to be got— at — . 

IXH — Prepare to coal. 

IX J — Steam coal. 

IXK —Tons of coal. 

Want coal immediately yi 

IXL —Welsh coal. 

IXM — What is your consumption of coal per 
hour, at full speed? 

IXN — What price are coals at ? 

What quantity of coal have you left ? 

HP 

IXO — What quantity of coal remains in the 

collier (coal depot, or, lighter)? 
IXP — When finished coaling. 
IXQ — When will you have finished coaling ? 

IXR COALESCK-D-ING. COALITION. 

IXS Coaming. Comb-ing. 

IXT Coakse-ly-ness-r. 

Coarse bottom. Coarse sand and stones, 

HAX 

IXU Coast. Coast of. 

All the lights are out along the coast — 
of— PU 

Am acquainted with the coast dgy 

Am not acquainted with the coast- .dhb 
Are you acquainted with the coast ?.DHE 

IXV — Coast-defense ship. 

IXW — Coast is dangerous. 

IX Y — Coast is not dangerous. 

IXZ — Coasted-ing. To coast. 

lYA — Coasting trade. 

lYB — Coasting vessel. Coaster. 

Do not approach the coast because it is 

mined _ ...etn 

Have you a chart Of coast (or place indi- 
cated)'! RP 



lYC 

lYD 

lYE 

lYP 

lYG" 

lYH 

lYJ 

lYK 

lYL 

lYM 

lYN 

lYO 



lYP 
lYQ 

lYR 



lYS 
lYT 
lYU 



lYV 

lYW 

lYX 
lYZ 

IZA 
IZB 

IZC 



IZD 
IZE 

IZP 



Coast — Continued. 
I have no chart of coast {or place indi- 
cated) IMW 

I know {or, am acquainted with) the 

coast '. DGY 

^Is the coast bold ? 

— Off the coast. Off shore. 

— On the coast. 

— On, or, At the North coast of — . 

— On, or. At the NE. coast of — . 

— On, or. At the East coast of — 

— On, or, At the SE. coast of — . 

— On, or. At the South coast of — . 

— On, or. At the SW. coast of — . 

— On, or, S.t the West coast of — . 

— On, or, At the NW. coast of — . 
Rooky coast ttyz 

— Wild coast. 

Uninhabited island {or, coast) pts 

•Wrecked on the coast zjd 

Coaster. ( Coasting vessel ) iyb 

Coastguard-man . 
— Coastguard station. 

COAT-ED-ING. 

Rudder coat— vbl 

cobble-er. 

Cochineal. 

Cock. 

Blow-oflf cock {or, gear) gnw 

Blow-off cock out of order gnx 

Brine cock hig 

Flooding cock nfp 

Gauge cock nxj 

Sea cock vky 

Sea inlet vaJve {or, cock) broken {or, 
damaged) vla 

Cockswain. Coxswain. 

Cocoa. 

cocoanut. 
— Copra. 

Cod. 

— Cod fishery. 

Code. 
Attention is called to page — , paragraph 
— , of the International Code ...dh 

N. B. — The page to be shown first, and 
then the paragraph. This signal 
should be employed only between vessels 
using the United States edition, as 
otherwise the pages referred to will 
not correspond. 

— Code List of ships. 

— Can you furnish {or, lend me) a Code of 
Signals ? 

— Code Flag {when spoken of). 

Do not understandT Morse Code sai 

Do you understand Morse Code? saj 

International Code of Signals prb 

Morse Code ,.. ._sak 



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199 



CODE— COLZA. 




CoDK — Continued. 






Colliery ... . tt* 


IZG 


— Show your Code Signal. 










Telegraph code 


-XMA 


JAS 


Collision. 




Use Morse Code - 1 


..SAL 




Collision bulkhead ht,m 


IZH 


—What is the date of your Code List ? 


JAT 


— Collision mat. 




Will use Morse Code 


-SAM 




Has the vessel with which you have been 


IZJ 


Coffee. 




JAU 


in collision proceeded on her voy- 
age? H» 


— Have been in collision. 


IZK 


Cofferdam. 




JAV 


—Have, or, Has been in collision with — 
{vessel indicated). 


IZL 


Coffin. 




JAW 


Have you been in collision? .- hi 

— Have you been in collision with — {vessd 


IZM 


Cog. Cogwheel. 






indicated)"! 
I have been in collision with — hj 


IZN 


COIL-ED-ING. 




JAX 


;— No collision. 


IZO 


— Coil of rope. 




JAY 


— There has been a collision between — 




Resistance coil 


-UTV 




{vessels indicated). 




Test coil 


-XOK 


JAZ 
JBA 


— Vessel indicated has been in collision. 
—When did the collision take place? 




Coin. (Money)- 


-ASW 


JBC 
JBD 


— Where did the collision take place? 
—Where is the vessel that col ided with 


IZP 


COIN-ED-ING-ER-AGE. To COIN. 






you? 
With what vessel have you been in col- 


IZQ 


—What coins are used » 






lision? l-HN 


IZR 


Coir. 
Coir, or. Grass cable 


-HQZ 


JBE 


Collodion. 


IZS 


— Coir, or. Grass hawser. 




JBF 


Colombia colors. 


IZT 


-rCoir, or. Grass matting. 








IZU 


— Coir, or, Grass rope. 




JBG 


Colonel .-ewi 

— Colonel commandant. 


IZV 


Coke. 




JBH 


— Lieutenant colonel-cy. 


IZW 


COLD-LY-NESS-ISH-ER-EST. 




JBI 


Colony-ial. 




Cold-air chamber '. 


-DWL 




Colonial Agent - DSO 


IZX 


—Cold weather. 




JBK 
JBL 


—Colonial Government. 
—Colonial Dfiace. 


IZY 


Colic. 




JBM 


—Colonial Secretary. 


JAB 


COLLAPSE-D-ING-IBLE. 










Collapsible, or, Berthon boat 


-GHM 


JBN 


COLONIZE-D-ING-ATION. 




Furnace crown of boiler collapsed. 


-NUC 








Furnaces collapsed--- 


-NUB 


JBO 


Color. 
Color-ed-ing. To color jbr 


JAC 


Collar. 






Color blind-ness- gms 


JAD 


—Thrust collar damaged. 




JBP 


, Color vision yrb 

-^The same color {or, colors). 


JAK 


COLLECT-ED-ING. 

CoUection-or - - 


-JAK 


JBQ 


—What color? 


JAP 


-Collect all the — . 




JBR 


COLOR-ED-INO. To COLOR. 


JAG 


— Collect what you can. 








JAH 


—Could not be collected. 




JBS 


Colors (Ensign). 




Enemy is collecting in force at — . 


-LZD 




Can not distinguish her {or, your) 


JAI 


—Will you collect? 






colors LGX 

Dip your colors lbc 


JAK 


Collection-or. 






Foreign colors mek 




Collector, or, Board of customs 


-GOY 




He has hoisted — colors jbt 

Hoist your colors. Show your ensign _ dw 


JAL 


COLLEGE-IAN. 






Neutral colors -MER 

Strike your colors xaj 


JAM 


CoLLiDE-D-iNG. {See also Collision. ) 


JBT 


—They have, or. He has hoisted — colors. 








JBU 


— What colors has she hoisted? 




Collier _ 


-IWZ 


JBV 


—What colors shall we hoist? 


JAN 


— Collier to proceed to — . 








JAO 


— Have you seen a {or, the) collier? 




JBW 


COLUMN-AL. 


JAP 


—Sailing collier. 




JBX 


— Number of columns. 


JAQ 


— — R+IPfl.TTl POnifiT* 






Rpar colunm UKL 


Wh^t qua,Titity of coal remains in the | 




..LV^CvX ^V^X C4J.** 1 fc ...#-—— — — — .— .• — »*—— —,. .B^ ___ — ^^ ■ ■ ■ ' 




collier (coal depot, or, lighter) ? . 


-IXO 


JBY 


Colza. 


JAR 


—Where is the collier ? 




JBZ 


— Colza oil. 



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COMB— COMMAND. 



JCA 

JCB 
JCD 

JCE 



JCF 
JCG 



JCH 

JCI 

JCK 

JCL 

JCM 

JCN 



JCO 
JCP 

JCQ 
JCR 

JCS 
JCT 

JCU 

JCV 

JCW 

JCX 

JCY 

JCZ 

JDA 

JDB 

JDC 



JDE 



JDF 



JDG 



Combing. Coaming ixs 

— Honey comb-ed. 

COM'-XNE-ING -ATION — WITH . 

— Combined. 

COMBDSTIBLE-ILITY-TION. 

Have you any combustibles on board? 

HO 

I am loaded with combustibles HP 

I have no combustibles on board hq 

No combustibles (or, explosives) near 

the fire hb 

Spontaneous combustion wo J 

Vessels with coinbustibles not allowed 

in ...hs 



Come. Came. To come. 
— Are you coming? 

Boat, or, Lifeboat can not come er 

Boat come-ing (came) grl 

Boat is coming to your assistance et 

Boat's crew will not come , grx 

— Came, Coming by rail. 
— Came, Coming by steamer. 
— Came, Coming from. 
— Can come. 
— Can I come? 

Can I come alongside? bay 

— Can not come. 

Can not come alongside eaz 

Can not distinguish your flags; come 
nearer (or, make distant signals)- -VM 

Captain is requested to come on board, 

hwn 

Come nearer. Stop, or. Heave-to ; I have 
something important to communicate. 
Code Flag over h 
— Come under the stem. 
— Come up. 

Come alongside eba 

Come directly (immediately). 
— Come home. 

Come in. 

Come nearer. 

Come on board... ..g<ja 

— Come on shore. 

Come out. 
— Come out of port. 
— Come round. 
— Come to grief. 
— Come to hand. 
— Come within hail. 
— Coming. 
— Coming at once. 

Dangerous to, or, Do not come into less 
than — feet of water pv 

Do lot come alongside ebc 

— Do not come so near. 

Do you come from any port putting you 
in quarantine? tr 

Endeavor to come alongside ebd 

— Have, or. Has come. 

Heavy weather coming ; look sharp, .rz 
I am coming (or, sending) aboard ._CZB 

I must come to an anchor eib 

—I shall come off by and bye (or at time 



I shall fire into the boats if they persiet 
in coming alongside nak 



JDH 



JDI 
JDK 



JDL 
JDM 



JDN 
JDO 
JDP 



JDQ 
JDE 
JDS 

JDT 

JDU 

JDV 
JDW 

JDX 



Come — Continued. 
— I will come. 
I will come on board (or, alongside), if 

you will allow me czd 

I wish to signal ; will you come within 

easy signal distance ?' v j 

Is the captain coming on shore? hxd 

Let no boat come alongside ebh 

Lifeboat unable to come er 

Lights, or Fires will be kept at the best 

place for coming on shore ke 

Lighter coming off qz 

— Must come. 
— Not come.- 

Pilot has*not come off tjk 

Request captain to come here (or to place 

indicated) hxp 

— Shall, or. Will come. 
—Shall I come ? 
Sheer off a little when you come to the 

point vtrp 

Should it come on to blow — ^from — 
(quarter indicated, if necessary).. qok 
Stop, Heave-to, or. Come nearer ; I have 
something important to communicate, 
Code Flag over h 
Surgeon, or. Doctor will come imme- 
diately WN 

The consul is desired to come (or, send) 
on board 5 jrp 

The orders are coming off sup 

The wind will come from' the — zfa 

Thick fog coming on gj 

Want to come into harbor onc 

We are coming to your assistance. . .do 

What water shall I come into ? two 

— When did you come off? 
When do you come off? 
— When you come. 
Where, or. What source did the news 

come from? -.sen 

Where do you come from? si 

Will Lloyd's agent come on board ?.qxk 
— Will you (or person indicated) come ? 
Will you (or person indicated) come on 

board? grp 

Will you (or person indicated) come on 
shore to-day (specify hour, if neces- 
sary)^ 
—Will you come (or, go) on shore? 

Will your pilot come on to me? tjw 

Will your surgeon (or, doctor) come on 

board? wp 

Yon are ordered not to come into 

port suY 

— You may come into port. 
You may, or. We may come to an 
anchor ekn 

Comet. 

comfobt-ed-ing. 

— Comfortable-y. 

Medical comforts .roh 

Medical comforts running short ROI 

COMMAND-ED-ING. To COMMAND. 

Admiral, or. Senior oiHcer has com- 
mands for you ..DKP 

Admiral, or, Senior oflScer has no com- ' 
mands for you dkQ ' 

Any commands eor 1 



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COMMAND-COMMUNICATE. 



JDY 
JDZ 
JEA 
JEB 

JEC 

JED 



JEF 

JEG 

JEH 

JEI 

JEK 



JEL 



JEM 
JEN 
JEO 
JEP 



JEQ 



JER 

JES 
JET 

JEU 



JEV 



JEW 
JEX 

JEY 

JEZ 
JFA 
JFB 

JFC 
JFD 
JFE 



Command— Conimued. 
—Commanding ofiBcer. 
— Commanding officer desires. 
— Have you any commands? 
—I have no commands. 

Keep the vessel under command lx 

—Not under comiuand lantern (lamp, or, 

light). 
— Not under command. 

Not under command shapes vtu 

N. B. — "Not under control or command" 
signal is two black balls or 
vertical. 
— She is commanded by — . 
■ — Take command — of. 
— Under command of — . 
— Where is the commanding officer? 
— Whom is the — {vessel indicated) com- 
manded by? 

Commandant. 
Colonel commandant JBG 



Commander. 

— Inform the commander. 

—Senior commander. 

— What is commander's name? 

Commander IN Chief ewj 

— Commander in chief's office. 

Commander in chief is — lotr 

The commander in chief is at — lov 

Where is the commander in chief? -low 



commemorate-d-ing. 

Commence-d-ing-ment. 

— At the commencement of — . 

Commence action dis 

— Commencement of hostilities. 
Demurrage commenced on the — --KTN 
Has war commenced? or. Is war de- 
clared? — YU 

Hostilities commenced— between — 

and— ozc 

Light indicated will commence on (date 

to follow) QSF 

— Not commenced. 

Open fire, or. Commence fire srd 

Operations have commenced - srg 

War has commenced, or. War is de- 
clared YX 

When does it commence? gdu 

When do you commence discharging 

cargo? IBJ 

—When do you begin (or, commence)? 
When does th e blockade commence? . gnq 

COMMERCE-IAL-LY. 

Chamber of Commerce - - — uz 

COMMISSAIKE op MARITIME INSCRIPTION. 
COMMISSARY-IAT. 

— Commissa'riat department. 
— Commissariat stores. 

COMMISSION-ED-ING. 

— Commissioned officer. 
— Commissioner. 



JFG 

JFH 

JFI 

JFK 

JFL 
JFM 

JPN 



JFO 



JFP 

JFQ 
JFR 
JFS 
JFT 



JFU 

JFV 

JFW 

JFX 

JFY 



JFZ 



Commission— Continued. 
Commissioner of Navigation, Treasury 
Department, or Registrar General of 
Shipping and Seamen . - - unx 

COMMIT-TED-TING. 

Commit-ted-ting an assault fdy 

Committee. 
Committee of Lloyd's Qwe 

Commodity. 

Commodore. 

common-ly-ness-alty. 
— House of Commons. 

COMMUNIOATE-D-ING. TO COMMUNICATE. 

Allow no communication. Allow no 
one on board. pm 

Am disabled; communicate with me, ol 
Ask stranger (or, vessel indicated) if he 

will communicate ..ht 

— Be more concise in your communication. 
Be very careful in your intercourse with 

strangers . ....ps 

Can you forward my communication by 

telegraph? -HU 

Close; I wish to communicate lUX 

Come nearer. Stop, or. Heave-to ; I have 
something important to communi- 
cate Code Flag over h 

Communicate by distant signals .--LGC 
— Communicate by telegraph.. 

Communicate in cipher iQC 

■Communicate the f ollovidng. 
— Communication. 
— Comtnunication by telegraph is. 
— Communication by telegraph is restored. 
Communication by telegraph is stopped, 

ws 

Communication is allowed with dzg 

—Communication is established — ^by (or, 

with) — . 
-Communication is interrupted — by (or, 

with) — . 
— Comprehend the communication per- 
fectly. 
— Confidential communication (or, report). 

Do not communicate with — -1- hv 

-Does telegraphic communication go all 
the way? 

Electrical communication . .- lvc 

Following communication is confiden- 
tial (or, private) hx 

Following communication (signal, or, 
message) is secret, and in cipher. -IQV 
Note. — The cipher will continue until 
ended by tlie person signaling making 
the hoist iQS=Cipher is ended. 
Forward my communication by tele- 
graph, and pay for its transmission, 

HY 

-Had communication with. 

Have no communication vnth — hv 

Have no communication with the shore 

(or vnth vessel indicated) HZ 

Have received the following communi- 
cation (or, instructions) from your 
agent (or, owner) ia 



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JGA 



JGB 

JGC 
JOB 



JGE 



JGF 

JGH 
JGI 



JGK 
JGL 

JGM 

JGN 

JGO 
JGP 



JGQ 
JGR 



Communicate — Continued. 

Have you any message (telegram, order, 
or, communication) for me? -IB 

Have you had any communication with 

infected vessel ( or, place )?_ ic 

— Have you had any communication with 
the shore? 

I am going to communicate by distant 
signals lgf 

I am going to signal the contents of an 
important telegram, to be communi- 
cated to you IE 

I can not stop to receive {or, have) any 
communication if 

I have had no communication with — 

(place or vessel) IQ 

— I shall communicate with — . 

I should wish to know the nature of the 
sickness, if any, before I sand my 
boat {or, communicate) fc 

I wish to communicate ; close lux 

— I wish to communicate personally. 

Important to communicate — by {or, 

with) — . ... m 

— Is the communication with — regular? 

Line of communication __ qun 

No telegraphic communication XLS 

Report me {or. my communication) to 
Lloyd's agent at — .; uh 

Stop, Heave-to, or. Come nearer ; I have 

sqmething important to communicate. 

Code Flag over h 

Stranger, or, Vessel bearing — wishes to 
communicate wzd 

Telegraphic communication xln 

T'elephonic communication xmn 

The following signal {or, communica- 
tion) is private hx 

— This communication is private. 

Unless your communication is very im- 
portant, I must be excused. ij 

Will you forward {or, communicate) the 
following signal for me? :_-ik 

Will you telegraph to — • {ship or person 
named) the intelligence I am about to 

communicate? 1 im 

— Wish to communicate by {or, with). 

You can communicate with — , and get 
an answer in — ent 



Commutator. 

Company-ion. 
All ships of the convoy are to rejoin 

company Code Flag over y 

— And Co. (company). Messrs. & Co. 
— Better part company. 

Company (and Co.) jgk 

— I shall part company. 

— If you do not carry more sail we shall 

part company. 
— In case we Dart company. 
— Keep company. 
Let us keep together {or, in company) 
for mutual support {or, protection) .in 
— Part company. 
Parted company with — on the — (or, 

at — ) - 10 

— Permission to part company. 
Shall we keep company? ip 



JGS 
JGT 
JGU 



JGV 



JGW 
JGX 



JGY 

JGZ 
JHA 
JHB 

JHC 



JHD 
JHE 

JHF 

JHG 

JHI 

JHK 

JHL 
JHM 
JHN 
JHO 
JHP 
JHQ 

JHR 

JHS 

JHT 

JHU 

JHV 

JHW 
JHX 



COMPAN Y — Continued. 
The admiral {or, senior oflScer) requests 
the pleasure of your company to din- 
ner DKX 

— The pleasure of your company. 

— Very glad of your company. 

— Vessel, or. Ship may part company. 

What company do you belong to? iq 

When did you part company — from?.lR 

— Will you give me the pleasure of your 
company at — ? 

COMPARE-D-ISON. 

— Comparative-ly. 
Should like to have another comparison, 

GV 

Wish to get a rate for my chronometer; 

will you give me a comparison? . . . gu 

Compartment. 

Bow compartment hce 

— Engine-room compartment. 
— Stoke-hold compartment. 
— Water-tight compartment. 

Compass. 

{For Compass Signals, seepages 45 and 
46.) 

Note. — Unless otherwise indicated, 
hearings if in points and lialf points 
are to be understood as Compass 
Bearings, i. e. , bearings as shown by 
the compass and uncorrected for local 
attraction or variation. But when, 
shown in degrees they are to be under- 
stood as Magnetic Bearings. 

— Adjust-ed-ing compasses. 
Are your bearings true or magnetic 
bearings? gbd 

— Are your compasses adjusted? 

Azimuth compass fqe 

Bearings by compass are — gbh 

Boat's compass grv 

— Compass bearing (i. e. the bearing shown 
by the compass and uncorrected for 
either deviation or variation). 

— Compass card. 

— Compass signals in degrees. 

— Compass signals in points and half 
points. 

— Compasses not adjusted lately. 

— -Compensation of compass. 

— Deviation of compass. 

— Deviation table. ■ 

— Floating, or. Liquid compass. 

— Gimbal of a compass. 
Have you an azimuth compass? pqh 

— Ha'^e you any local attraction {or, devi- 
ation)? 

— Have you taken observations for varia- 
tion? 

— I am using variation of — degrees. 
I have an azimuth compass fqi 

—I have no cargo to disturb my com- 
passes. 

— I have had no observations for varia- 
tion lately. 

— Is there any variation? 

— Magnetic bearing. 
Note. — Magnetic bearings are compass, 
bearings corrected for deviation. 



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203 



COMPASS— CONCERN. 



JHY 
JHZ 
JIA 

JIB 
JIC 
JID 
JIE 
JIF 
JIG 
JIH 



JIK 
JIL 
JIM 



JIN 
JIO 
JIP 
JIQ 



JIR 

JIS 
JIT 
JIU 
JIV 



JIW 
JIX 

JIY 

JIZ 

JKA 

JKB 
JKC 



JKD 
JKE 
JKF 

JKG 
JKH 



JKI 

JKL 
JKM 
JKN 
JKO 

JKP 



Compass — Continued. 

— Must be swung to adjust compasses. 

— My compasses were adjusted at — . 

— No variation. 
Point. (Of compass) ---tnl 

— Pole, or, Standard compass. 

— Prismatic comjjass. 

— Put a compass in the boat. 

— Ship's head by compass — is — . 

— Steer course indicated by compass signal. 

— Thomson's (Kelvin) patent compass. 

— True bearing (i. e. compass bearing cor- 
rected for deviation and variaaon. 
All hearings are to be recKOiied from 
the vessel making the signai). 

— Variation of the compass. 

— Vessel indicated bears. 

— ^Was swung for adjusti-uai; of com- 
passes at — . 
What is the bearing by compass? .-gbm 

— What is the variatiou? 

— ^What is your deviation? 

— What variation do you allow? 

— When, or. Where were your compasses 
last adjusted? 

Compel - led - ling - pulsion. (See also 

Bound and Oblige. ) 
— Am I compelled by law to have a pilot? 
^Can not be compelled. 
— Compelled them to. 
— Not without compulsion. 
Vessel indicated was compelled to bear 

up .- GBX 

— Will be compelled. 

COMPENSATE-D-ING-ATION. 

Compensation of compass JHM 

COMPETE-ITION. 
COMPETENT-CE-CY. 

Certificate of competency ihq 

Have you, or, Has — (person indicated) 
the proper certificate of competency? 

IJA 

Complain-bd-ing. 

Cause of complaint ifp 

— Have, or. Has made a complaint. 
— No complaint — of. 

Passengers, or. Crew sick with infectious 
complaint PCX 

Complement. 

— Short of complement. 

— What is your complement? 

COMLETE-D-ING. TO COMPLETE— WITH. 

— Completely-ion. 
A complete wreck.-- zis 

Are all your bills of lading complete 
and signed?-- gkq 

— ^Are you complete? 
Arrangement completed ewx 

— Can you complete?, 
— Complete refit necessary. 
— Complete with coal. 
— Complete with water. 

Engines completely disabled mq 

I am (or vessel indicated is) a complete 

wreck. 



JKQ 
JKR 
JKS 

JKT 
JKU 

JKV 
JKW 
JKX 

JKY 

JKZ 



JLA 
JLB 
JLC 
JLD 
JLE 

JLF 



JLG 



JLH 



JLI 

JLK 
JLM 

JLN 



JLO 
JLP 

JLQ 

JLR 

JLS 
JLT 

JLU 

JLV 
JLW 
JLX 
JLY 
JLZ 



Complete— Coji^inited. 

I shall be complete in. 
— Must be complete-d — with. 
-Report when finished (or, complete-d)— 

with. 
— When completed. 
— When will you (or vessel indicated) be 

complete? 
— When you are complete — with. 
— Will take time — to complete. 
— With complete success. 

OOMPLICATE-D-INO-ION. 



COMPLIMENT-ED-ING-ARY. 

Make my compliments- 



-to RIM 



COMPLY-IED-ING. TO COMPLY. 

— Can '■omply — with. 

— Can not comply — with. 

— Coniply with request (or, signal). 

— In complianee with. 

Request can be complied with usp 

— Shall be complied with. 

Sorry I am unable to comply with your 

request tJSX 

— Vessel (or person indicated) is not pble 
to comply. 



COMPOSE-D-ING-ITE-ITION. ^ 

A squadron (give nationality) composed 

of — ships passed in sight wpp 

Antif ouling composition enz 

Of how many ships was the squadron 

seen composed? yxM 

— To be composed of. 

COMPOUND-ED-ING. 

— Compound engine. 

COMPREHEND-ED-ING. TO COMPREHEND. 

Comprehend the communication per- 
fectly JEW 

— Do you, or. Does' he (or^person indi- 
cated) comorehend (or, understand)? 

—Not suflflciently comprehensible. It is 
impossible to comprehend. 

COMPRESS-ED-ING. TO COMPRESS. 

Air-compressing pump dvy 

Compressed air dwm 

Compressor. 

compromise-d-ing. 

— Do not compromise yourself. 

COMPULSORY-ION. 

Not without compulsion Jlv 

Pilotage is compulsory tjo 

CONCEAL-ED-INQ-MENT. 

CONCEDE-D-ING. 

CONCEIVE-ABLE-Y. 

CONCENTRATE-D-ING-ION. 

CONCERN-ED-ING. 



204 



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Part II. 



CONCERT— CONGRESS. 



JMA 
JMB 



JMC 
JMD 
JME 



JMF 
JMG 
JMH 
JMI 

JMK 
JML 

JMN 
JMO 

JMP 
JMQ 
JMR 

JMS 

JMT 

JMU 

JMV 

JMW 

JMX 



JMY 



JMZ 

JNA 

JNB 

JNC 
JND 



! JNE 

JNP 
JNG 
JNH 



JNI 



CONCERT-ED-ING. 

— In concert with. 
Shall we act in concert?. 

CONCESSION. 
CONCILIATE-D-TION. 



CONCISE-LY-NESS. 

Be more concise in your communica- 
tion JFO 

CONCliTJDE-D-ING. To CONCLUDE. 

— Conclusion-ive. 
— ^Not yet concluded. 
— Shall conclude. 

CONDEMN-ED-INQ . 

— Condemned as unseaworthy. 

Condemned by Lloyd's agent qwf 

— Condemned stores. 

— Have condemned a part of my provisions. 

CONDENSE-D-ING-ATION. To CONDENSE. 

— Condenser. 

— Condenser broken (damaged, or, out of 
order) . 

— Condenser pipes. 

— Condenser tubes. 

— Condenser tubes burst. 

— Condenser tubes choked {or, Salted). 

— Condenser tubes leaking. ! 

— Condenser tubes out of order. 

Condensing boiler burst Gwt 

Condensing boiler damaged gwu ' 

Condensing boiler tubes burst yde 

Jet condenser pvh 

Surface condenser xfw 

Surface condenser out of order XFY 

Condition. (See also State. ) 
Are you, or. Is — {vessel indicated) in a 

condition to proceed? an 

Bad condition fqz 

Condition of cargo iak 

Do you think we ought to pass a vessel 

in this distressed condition? ne 

Good condition oeb 

I am not in a condition for action dit 

— In what condition — ^is — ? 
Passed a derelict vessel, apparently in 
good condition; hull well out of 
water ; dangerous to navigation, -kvs 
— What condition? 

What condition is the cargo in? ibh 

—What is the condition (state) of — ? 

CONDITION-AL-ALLY. {Agreement. ) 
— On, or, upon condition. 
Unconditional-ly ygtj 

Condor {Coin) :atg 

Conduct-ed-ing. To conduct. 

Bad conduct--- ---fra 

•Conductor. 
— Gallant Conduct. 

■Good conduct. 

Lightning conductor qtj 

Nonconductor-ing siz 

— The conductor {or, guard). 



JNK 

JNL 
JNM 
JNO 
JNP 

JNQ 

JNR 

JNS 

JNT 
JNU 
JNV 



JNW 

JNX 

JNY 
JNZ 



JOA 
JOB 

JOC 

JOD 
JOE 



JOF 
JOG 
JOH 

JOI 

JOK 

JOL 
JOM 

JON 
JOP 

JOQ 

JOR 
JOS 

JOT 

JOU 

JOV 

JOW 
JOX 

JOY 



JOZ 

J PA 



Condy's Fluid. Crimson Fluid. 

Cone. 

— North cone hoisted. 
— South cone hoisted. 
— Steam cone. 

Confederate-d-ing-ion-cy. 

Confer-red-ring-ence. 

Confess-ed-ixg-ion-edly. 

Confidence-t. 
— Am, Is, or-, 'Are conhdent. 
— Confioenciai-ly. 
Confidential report (or, couimunicaiii.U;, 

3fx 
Following signal {or, communication) 

is confidential (or, private) hx 

— Have you any confidence in — ? 

— No confidence in {or, dependence upon). 

Confinb-d-ing. 

Close confinement luv 

— Confinement. 

Keep him {or, them) in close confine- 
ment . PYU 

Confir]^-ed-ing-ation. 

— Confinnation, or. Ratification takes 

place at — {or, on — ). 
— Is it confirmed that {vessel indicated) 

has foundered ? 
— Is there any confirmation ? 
— News, or. Report, or. Information is 

confirmed. 

Officially confirmed {or, certified) ijf 

— Report requires confirmation. 
— Want-ed-ing confirmation. 
—Want official Confirmation. 

confiscate-d-ing-iox. 

Conflagration. 

conflict-ed-ing. 

— Conflicting reports. 

Conform-ed-ing-able-y-ity. 
— In conformity with. 

CONFUSE-D-ING-ION. 

Avoid-ed-ing confusion fov 

In great confusion. 
— Without the least confusion. 

congest-ed-ing-ion. 

Congo (Kongo) State. Colors. 

congratclate-d-ing-ion. 

Allow me to congratulate you dza 

— Congratulate-d-ing you. 

To congratulate you. 

Congress. (See aiso Parliament.) 
Act of Congress {or, Parliament) ---Die 
By an act of Congress {or, Parliament), 

DIE 

-Has Congress {or, Parliament) met 1 
— Member of Congress. 



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205 



CONGRESS— CONSUME. 



JPB 



JPC 

JPD 

JPE 
JPP 

JPG 
JPH 

JPI 
JPK 



JPL 

JPM 

JPN 

JPO 

JPQ 

JPR 

JPS 

JPT 

JPU 
JPV 
JPW 

JPX 

JPY 
JPZ 



JQL 
JQM 



CONGEESS — Continued. 
Congress, Parliament, Assembly {or 
other legixlative body) adjourns (or, 

adjourned) on the — fei 

Congress, Parliament, Assembly '{or 
other legislative body) is dissolved. fej 
— Congress, Parliament, Assembly {or 
other legislative body) met {or, meets) 
on the — . 
Recent act of Congress, Parliament, 
Assembly (or other legislative body), 

DIL 

Conical. 

— Conical buoy. 

CONN-ED-ING. 

— Conning tower. 

CONNECT-ED-ING-ION. 

— Connect your screw propeller, or, pad- 
dles. 

— Connected with. 
— Connecting rod. 

Connecting-rod bolts broken .•.^.--GXV 

Connecting-rod brasses broken {or, out 

of order)-— --Heb 

connive-anoe. 

conqubr-ed-ing. 

Conscious. 

conscsipt-ion. 

consbcrate-ed-ing. consecration. 

consecutive-ly. 

CoNSENT-ED-iNG — TO. {See also Permit 

and Agree. ) 
— Can not, or. Will not consent (permit 

it). 
— Have, or. Has consented. 
— I will consent. 

— Vessel {or person indicated) consents. 
Will you {or persons indicated; consent 

{or, agree)? dug 

— Would not consent. 

Consecjuence-t-ly. 

— Happened in consequence of. Occa- 
sioned by. 
Heave-to, or take the consequences -OSG 

— In consequence of. 

—Of not much consequence. 

—Of the utmost consequence {or, impor- 
tance). 

— The consequence will be. 

—Took place in consequence of. 

— What was the consequence? 

Considbe-ed-ing. To consider. 
—Consider it {or, them) necessary. 
—Considerable fault found— with. 
— Considerable-y. 

Considerable sea up 

— Considerately -ion. 
— Do you consider, or, Have you consid- 
ered? 

Do you consider leak dangerous? QI 



JQN 

JQO 

JQP 
JQR 



JQS 

JQT 

JQU 
JQV 

JQW 



JQX 
JQY 
JQZ 



JRA 
JRB 

JRC 



JBD 

JRE 

JRF 

JRG 
JRH 
JRI 
JRK 

JRL 
JRM 
JRN 
JRO 
jRP 

JRQ 

JRS. 

JRT 



JRU 
JBV 
JRW 
JRX 

JRY 



Consider — Continued. 

For consideration — of — . 

Furnace considered dangerous klb 

— Has been considered. 

Hurricane did considerable damage.PAK 
— Is, or. Are not considered. 
— Shall, or. Will consider. 

There has been so much fog as to cause 
considerable detention .. ngl 

Under consideration yhd 



CONSIGN-ED-ING-TO. TO CONSIGN. 

To whom is your cargo consigned?- ..ibn 
— Whom are you {or vessel indicated) con- 
signed to? 
—Consignee. 
— Consignment. 

CONSIST-ED-INO — OP. 

Cargo consists of — hzr 

Fleet consists of — ..-NEL 

Consols. 

Consort. 

conspicuotjs-ly-ness-ity. 
I can not make out your flags; hoist 
them in a more conspicuous position, 

OWL 
CONSPIRB-D-ING-ACY-ATOR. 

CONSTABLE-ULARY. 

CONSTANT-LY-CY. 

Reinforcements constantly arriving, 

iroM 

CONSTITUTE-D-ING. CONSTITUENT. 

Constitution- AL- ALLY. 

CONSTRAIN-ED-ING. 
CONSTRUCT-BD-ING-ION. 

— Constructor. 

— Have, or. Has been constructed. 

— Shall, or, Will be constructed, 

CONSUL-AR. 

— Consul General. 

Consul is absent. 

Consular Court. 
— The consul is desired to come {or, send) 

on board. 
—Vice-consul, or. Consular Agent. 

Consulate. 

Consult -ATioN — with. 

After a consultation dqn 

Consult captain hwv 

Consult Lloyd's agent QWG 

— Consult owner. 

—Consult underwriters. 

— Have, or, Has been consulted. 

—Shall, or, Will be consulted.. 

Consume-d-ijjg-ption. 
What is your consumption of coal per 
hour full speed? - — .ixm 



206 



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Part IL 



CONSUMPTIVE— CONVOY. 


JRZ 


Consumptive. 


JTD 


CONTRIVE-D-ING-ANCE. 






JTE 


—Can you contrive? 


JSA 


Contact. 


JTP 


— How do {or, did) you contrive (or, man- 




Electro contact lve 




age)— to? 




Electro contact mine Lvr 


JTG 


— Must contrive. 






JTH 


CONTROL-T,F,T)-LING-LER. 


JSB 


CONTAGION-IOTJS. 




Not under control jed 




a contagious disease on board {or at 




Not under control light (lamp, or, lan- 




place indicated) gpq 




tern). - JEC 


JSC 


—Contagious disease. 




Note. — Not under control signal is two 




Disease, or, Sickness is contagious ..vb 




black balls or shapes vertical. 




Disease, or, Sickness is not contagious, 

vc 
Is the sickness contagious? va 










• 
Controversy. {Discussion) — ldy 






JTI 


CONTUSE-D-ING-ION. 


JSD 


CONTAIN-ED-ING. 










JTK 


CONVALESCENT-CE. 


JSE 


CONTEND-ED-ING-TION. 










JTL 


CONVENIENT-LY-CE. 


JSF 


CONTENT-ED-ING-BDLY-MENT. 




Admiral, or. Senior officer wishes to see 
you {or, — )as soon as convenient.DLB 


jsa 


Contents. 




Anchor as convenient ky 




I am going to signal the contents of an 




As convenient ...fae 




important telegram, to be communi- 




As many as convenient fax 




cated to you IE 




As soon as convenient pbl 




Open telegram for me and signal its 


JTM 


— If convenient. 




contents wx 


JTN 


— Is there a convenient watering place? 




Shall I open your telegram and signal 


JTO 


— It will be a great convenience. 




its contents? xc 


JTP 


— When most convenient. 






JTQ 


— Will it be convenient? 


JSH 


Contest-ed-ing. 


JTR 


Convent. 


JSI 


Continent- AL-LY. 


JTS 


CONVENTION-AL-LY. 

Geneva Convention nxs 


JSK 


CONTINGENT-CY. 




Geneva Convention flag (Plate II).-nxt 


JSL 


Continue-d-ing-ation-al-oxjs. 


JTU 


CONVERSE-D-ING-ATION — WITH. 


JSM 


— Continue your present course. Stand on. 
If it continues to blow goh 


JTV 


— A conversation with. 




If the wind continues as at present-ZER 


JTW 


CONVERT-ED-ING-IBLE. 




CONTO. {Money) ath 


JTX 


CONVEY-ED-ING-ANCE— TO. 

Ambulance required to convey a patient 


JSN 


Contraband. 




to hospital EDY 


JSO 


— Contraband goods. 


JTY 


— Are there any public conveyances — 

to — ? 
— By the first conveyance. 


JSP' 


Contract -ED-iNG-ioN. 


JTZ 




Contract built hld 


jua 


— For conveyance — to — . 


JSQ 


— Contractor. 


JUB 


— No conveyances — to — . 


JSR 


Contradict-ed-ing. Contradiction. 


JUC 


CONVICT-ED-ING-ION. To CONVICT. 


JST 


— Contradict the report. 


JUD 


— Convict (o convict). 


JSU 


— Contradictory. 


JUE 


—Will be convicted. 


JSV 


— It has not been contradicted. 


JUF 


—Will not be convicted. 


JSW 


Contrary. 


JUG 


CONVINCE-D-ING. 


JSX 


— Contrary to order. 








Contrary to regulations UOG 


JUH 


CONVOY-ED-ING. To CONVOY. 




Delayed by contrary winds. Detained 




All ships of the convoy are to rejoin 




by contrary winds ksd 




company Code Fla,g over y 


JSY 


— On the contrary. 




By, or. With the convoys hpj 






JUI 


—Convoy (a convoy). 


JSZ 


Contrast-ed-ing. 


JUK 


— Convoy is ahead. 






JUL 


— Convoy is astern. 


JTA 


CONTRIBUTE-D-ING-ION— to. 


JUM 


— Convoy is from. 


JTB 


— Liberal contribution. 


JUN 


— Convoy is going to. 


JTC 


— Will you {or person indicated) con- 




Convoy to disperse and make for destin- 




tribute? 




ation --..IS 



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207 



CONVOY— Corvette, 




Ci )N VOY— Continued. 


JVW 


Copperas. 






Convoy to disperse and reassemble at 










rendezvous (or place indicated) it 

Convoy to keep ahead of escort lu 




Copra 


..lYZ 












Convoy to keep as close as possible .-iv 


JVX 


COPY-IED-ING. To COPY. 






Convoy to keep astern of leader {or. 


JVY 


—Copy. (A copy. ) 




• 


escort) iw 


JVZ 


— Copy will be wanted. 






Convoy to keep on port side of leader 


JWA 


—Have, or. Has a copy-^of . 






(or, escort) ^.ix 


JWB 


— Have you a copy — of ? 






Convoy to keep on starboard side of 


JWC 


— I have no copy. 






leader {or, escort) iy 


JWD 


— Take, or. Make a copy (or, duplicate). | 




Convoy to spread as far as possible, keep- 










ing within signal distance iz 








JUO 


—Convoy will assemble at port (or place 


JWE 


Coral line. 






indicated). 


JWF 


—Coral reef. 






Convoy will leave at — (time to follow), 

QKM 

Convoy will leave on — {day to follow), 










JWG 


COED-ED-ING-AGB. 






QKN 


JWH 


— Cordage in lengths. 




JUP 


—Convoy will rendezvous at — , on the — . 










Convoy will rendezvous in — {latitude 


JWI 


Cordite. 






and longitude indicated) dqn 










Do not go through {or, near) — {place 


JWK 


COEEA-N (KOREA-N). KOREAN COLORS. | 




indicated) without a convoy? , ja 










Do you belong to the convoy gev 


JWL 


Cork. 




JUQ 


— Have you, or. Has — {vessel indicated) 


JWM 


— Cork buoy. 






seen convoy? 


JWN 


— Cork jacket. 




JDR 


— How was convoy steering? 








JUS 


—I belong to the convoy of — {ships 


JWO 


Corn.. 






indicated). 




Indian corn 


-PHX 


JUT 


—Is, or. Has the convoy? 








JUV 


— It is a convoy of — . 


JWP 


Corned. (Salted.) 




JUW 


— Of, or. From the convoy. 










Strange vessel following convoy- - . wyv 


JWQ 


Corner. 




JUX 


— When did the convoy? 








JUY 


—When will the convoy? 


JWR 


Coroner. 




JUZ 


— Where is the convoy from? 




Awaiting coroner's inquest 


-FPD 


JVA 


—Where is the convoy going? 
With the convoy. By the convoy. . hpj 


JWS 
JWT 


— Coroner's inquest. 
Corporal. 




JVB 


Cook. 


JWU 


Corporate-ion. 




JVC 


— Cook house. 


JWV 


— Corporation of — . 




JVD 


— Cook-ed provisions. 








JVE 


—Cooking range, or. Copper. 


JWX 


Corps. 
Army Service Corps 


-EWF 


JVF 


COOL-ED-mO-LY-NBSS. 


JWY ^ 


Corpse. 




JVG 


Coolie. 


JWZ 


Correct-ed-ing. 




JVH 


COOP-ED-ING. 




Account sent is correct 

Account sent is incorrect 


..DET 
-DEU 


JVI 


Cooper-age. 


JXA 


— Correct-ly. 




JVK 


— Cooper's tools. 


JXB 


—Is it correct? 
Is my present course a correct 


one? 


JVL 
JVM 
JVN 


COOPERATE-D-ING-ATION-IVE. 

—Cooperative society. 
—Shall we cooperate? 




(Course to follow, if necessary) . 

Is the latitude correct? 

Is the longitude correct? 

Is your list of ships correct? 


--JZF 
..QHS 
--QZB 
--QVI 


JVO 


Copaiba. (Drug. ) 


JXC 


—News, or. Report, or, Information 
correct. 


IS not 




Copeck. (Coin) -atw. 


JXD 


— Not correct. 




JVP 


COPPER-ED-ING-Y. 

Copper, or. Cooking range Jve 


JXE 
JXF 


CORRESPOND-ED-INGf. 

— Correspondent-ence. 




JVQ 
JVE 


— Copperplate. 
—Copper punt. 


JXG 


Corrode- D-iNG-sioN-sivE. 




JVS 
JVT 


—Coppersmith. 
—Rubbed oflE the copper. 


JXH 


CORRUPT-ED-ING-ION-NESS. 




JVU 


Snlnliaffi nf Conner -- XDF 


JXI 


Corvette. 




—When was your ship last coppered? 



208 



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Part II. 



COST^COUNTEBMAND. 


JXK 


COST-LY— OF. 




Could — Continued. 




JXT, 


—What will it cost? 




I could {or, might) not have 

I think I could 


--BRL 
-XQF 


JXM 


Costa Rica-n. Costa Rican Coloes. 




If he (she, it, or persons or things 
cated) could (or, might) 


indi- 

-BTF 


JXN 


Cot. 




If he (she, it, or persons or things 


indi- 




Cot case - ...idb 




cated) could {or, might) not 


-BYG 


JXO 


—Send cot. 




If I could (or, might) 

If I could {or, might) not 


..bzd 

--BZE 


JXP 


Cottage. 




If they could {or, might) 

If they could (or-, might) not 


--CAJ 
-CAL 


JXQ 


Cottager. 




If we could {or, might) 

If we could {or, might) not 


--CBD 
-.CBE 


JXR 


Cotton. 




If you cou]^ {or, might) 


-GBU 




Bales of cotton ftc 




If you could {or, might) not 


.-CBV 




Cotton cargo hyx 




It, etc. {See'S.e, dbme.) 




JXS 


— Cotton- crop. 




It could {or, might) be done 


-BNM 


JXT 


— Cotton seed. 




It could {or. might) not be done . . 


-BNO 


JXU 


—Cotton twist. 




Nothing could 


--SKB 


JXV 


— Cotton waste {or, tow). 




She, etc. (See He, above.) 






Gun cotton ojr 




That, or. This could {or, might).. 


-CKU 


JXW 


—Is cotton freight to be obtained? 




That, or. This could {or, might) be 


-CKV 1 




Lamp cotton qdf 




That, or. This could {or, might) not be, 1 


JXY 


— Manufactured cottons. Cotton goods. 




There could {or, might) 


CKW 
-CMN 


JXZ 


COTJGH-ED-ING. 




There could {or, might) be 


.cmo 




Whooping (hooping) cough oxt 




There could {or, might) not be — 
They could {or, might) 


-CMP 
-BLN 


JYA 


Coulomb. {Measure of electrical quantity .) 


• 


They could {or, might) be 

They could {or, might) not 


-BHR 
-BLO 




Could {or. Might) bkz 




They could {or, might) not be --- 


-BHS 




Could, or, Might be bfl 




We could {or, might) 


--BLP 




Could, or. Might do {or, be done)-_BMA 




We could (or, might) be 


--BIK 




Could, or. Might have bqj 




We could {or, might) not 


-BLQ 




Could, or. Might have been bfm 




Wecould {or, might) not be 


--BIM 




Could, or, Might have done {or, been 




What, or, Which could {or, might) 


'-CQA 




done) BMC 




When could {or, might)? 


-CEA 




Could, or. Might have had bqk 




Where could {or, might)? 


-CSW 




Could or. Might he (she, it, or persons 




Who could {or, might)?.. 


-CUM 




or things indicated) be? _ bto 




Why could {or, might) not?._ 


-CVF 




Could, or, Might he (she, it, or persons 




You could {or, might) 


-BLR 




or things indicated) not be? btp 




You could {or, might) be 


..BJA 




Could, or. Might his (her-s, it-s)?---BLA 




You could (or, might) not 


.-BLS 




Could, or. Might I (my, mine)? blc 




You could (cyr, might) not be 


-.BJC 




Could, or. Might not bld 










Could, or. Might not be - . .bfn 


JYB 


Council. 






Could, or. Might not do {or, be done), 


JYC 


— Council of war. 






bmd 




Privy Council 


-TWQ 




Could, or. Might not have -"--.bql 










Could, or. Might not have been bfo 


JYD 


Counsel led-ling-lor 






Could, or, Might not have done {or, been 
done) BME 

Could, or. Might not have had bqm 

Could, or. Might that {or, this)? ble 

Could, or, Might the? blf 

Could, or, Might there be?-- _-Bfp 










JYE 
JYF 
JYG 
JYH 


Count-ed-ing. To count. 
— Can not count. 
— Did you count? 
—Have, or. Has counted. 






Could, or. Might these {or, those)? -BLG 










Could, or. Might they (theirs)? blh 


JYI 


Countenance-ding. 






Could, or. Might we (ours)? bli 










Could, or. Might you (your-s)? blj 


JYK 


Counter. 






He, She, It {or persons or things indi- 




Counter orders _ 


..sto 




cated) could {or, might) buf 




Engine counter 


-MAZ 




He, She, It {or persons or things indi- 










cated) could {or, might) not bug 


JYL 


COUNTERACT-ED-ING-ION. 






How could {or, might)? bxk 


• 








I am sure I could xfm 


JYM 


Counterbalance-d-ing. 






I could {or, might) blk 










I could {or. might) be bfz 


JYN 


Counterfeit-ed-ing. 






I could {or, might) have bek 










I could (or, might) not blm 


JYO 


Countermand-ed-ing. 






I could {or, might) not be .bga 


JYP 


— Previous orders are all countermanded. 



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209 



COUNTERMINE— CRACK. 



JYQ 
JYR 

JYS 



SYT 
JYU 



JYV 
JYW 

JYX 

JYZ 

JZA 



JZB 
JZC 
JZD 
JZE 

JZP 



JZG 
JZH 

JZI 

JZK 



JZL 

JZM 

JZN 

JZO 



COUNTBRMINE-D-ING. 

— Countermining launch. 

countbrsign-ed-inq. 

countebweight zbd 

Countess. 

Country. 
North country coal ixf 

County. 

— County court. 

OOUP-DE-MAIN. 
COUPLE-D-ING. 

— Couple of — 
Coupling bolts broken gxw 

Shaft coupling bolts broken gyp 

CouRAGE-ous-LY. (Bravery) hep 

Courier. 

Course. (See also Steer. ) 
Alter course ebu 

— ^Alter course one point (or number indi- 
cated) to port. 
— Alter course one point (or number indi- 
cated) to starboard. 
— ^Alter course to — (point indicated) .wp 
— Am I steering a proper course? Is my 
present course a correct one (indicate 
the course steered, if necessary) ? 

Change your course iKS 

— Continue, your present course. Stand 

on JSM 

— Course and distance. 

— Course to be followed. 

— Do not stand too far on your present 

course. 
— How long may we stand on our present 
course? 
I do not intend altering course for the 

present (or, until — ) eci 

I shall alter course ecj 

I shall not alter course eck 

I think we had better alter course to — 

(point indicated) ecl 

I will show a light to-night when I alter 

course- Qw 

Is my present course a correct one ? Am 
I steering a proper course (indicate 
the course steered, if necessary)'!-. jz¥ 
— Out of the course of — . 

Race course uge 

Steer course indicated by compass sig- 
nal -. 3IF 

Storm center in — (direction indicated), 
probable course toward — (direction 

indicated) IGY 

— The course steered is the best for the 

present (or until time indicated) . 
— The same course. 
Vessel indicated has altered course .ecu 

Water course yvo 

We had better alter course to — (point 

indicated) ecv 

—What course are you (or, they) steering? 



JZP 
JZQ 
JZR 

JZS 
JZT 



JZU 
JZV 

JZW 



JZX 



JZY 
KAB 
KAC 
KAD 



KAE 

KAF 

KAG 
KAH 



KAI 



KAJ 

KAL 
KAM 
KAN 
KAO 

KAP 

KAQ 



KAE 

KAS 
KAT 
KAU 

KAV 

KAW 

KAX 



Course — Continued. 

— What course shall you (or, will they) 

steer? 
— What course were you (or, they) steer- 
ing? 
— What is the course to — ? 
When do you intend to alter cour8e?-ECX 
When I alter course to-night I will show 

alight QW 

When will you alter course? ecy 

— When you alter course (or, tack) to- 
night show a light. 

Courses. (Sails. ) 

Pore course niv 

Main course RGQ, 

Mizzen course RWP 

— Set the courses. 
— Shift a course. 

Course. Of course. 
As a matter of course fac 

Court. 

Admiralty court dlr 

Consular court JRO 

. County court- --- JYW 

— Court-martial. 

— Court of arbitration. 

— Court of inquiry. • 

— Court of law. 

Naval Court sen 

Police court (or, station) tnx 

COURTESY-OUS-LY. 

Cove, or, Bight. 

COVER-ED-ING. 

— Are you, or. Is — (person indicated) cov- 
ered? 

Cylinder cover kib 

Cylinder cover broken Kic 

High-pressure cylinder cover ouv 

— High-pressure cylinder cover broken. 

Intermediate-pressure cylinder cover, 

PQT 
— Intermediate-pressure cylinder cover 

broken. 
— Low-pressure cylinder cover. 
— Low-pressure slide jacket cover broken. 
— Packing ring of cylinder cover broken. 
— Under cover — of. 

Cow. 



-lYV 



cowabd-ly-ice. 
Coxswain. Cockswain . 
Crab. 



Crack-ed-ino. 

— Cylinder cracked. 

— High-pressure cyliiider cracked (or, out 

of order). 
— Intermediate-pressure cylinder cracked 

(or, out of order). 
— Low-pressure cylinder cracked (or, out 

of order). 
— Piston rod cracked (or, broken). 



76564—09 14 



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Part II. 



CRAFT— CROOKED. 


KAY 


CRArT-Y-ILY-INESS. 






CRnvr— Continued. 
Crew have appealed to the authorities,' 




Craft. {Vessel) 


...YPW 




FNE 


KAZ 


— Fishing craft (boat or, vessel). 




KCP 


— Crew {number to be shown) have left the 


kba 


— Native craft. 






ship. 


KBC 


—Small craft. 




KCQ 


—Crew have mutinied. 


KBD 


— Suspicious craft. 




KCR 


— Crew healthy. 




Vessel seen {or, indicated) is native ship 


KCS 


— Crew imprisoned. 




{or, craft) 


SEG 


KCT 
KCU 


Crew not all on board dya 

— Crew not heard of. 

— Crew refuse to go on board. 


KKE 


Cramp-ed. 




KCV 
KCW 


— Crew saved. 
— Crew sick. 


KBF 


Crane. 






Crew, or,»Passengers sick with infec- 




Anchor crane 


— -EGZ 




tious complaint pcx 


■KBG 


—Steam crane. 




KCX 
KCY • 


— Crew will not leave the vessel. 
— Crew will not pass. 


KBH 


Crank. {Machinery. ) 






Foreign crew nkp 




Crank brasses broken {or, out of 


order), 

HEC, 


KCZ 


— ^Full crew. 
Gun's crew ojy 


KBI 


— Crank broken. 






Gunner's crew okq 


KB,T 


—Crank frame. 






Have lost all boats ; can you take crew 


KBL 


— Crank head. 






off? NI 


KBM 


— Crank pin. 




kda 


— Have shipwrecked crew on board ; will 


KBN 


— Crank-pin brasses broken. 






you let me transfer them to you? 


KRO 


— Crank pin broken. 






{Number to follow.) 


KBP 


— Crank shaft. 




KDB 


—Have you any tidings of the crew? 


5SQ 


—Crank shaft broken {or, defective). 




Have you fallen in with crew of dere- 


KBR 


— Crank webs loose. 






lict? MRT 


• 








I am sinking {or, on fire); send all 


KBS 


Crank-ness. {Unstable.) 






available boats to save passengers 


KBT 


— Ship {indicated) is very crank. 




KDC 


and crew no 

— Native crew. 


KBU 


Crater. 




KDE 


— Not safe to go on vidth the crew as at ■ 
present. 


KBV 


Cream. 




KDF 


— Part of the crew {indicate the number). 




Cream of tartar 1 


— XKW 


KDG 


—Police(orof7ier)authorities have decided 
against the crew. 


KBW 


Create-d-ing-or. 




KDH 


— Police {or other) authorities have taken 
some of the crew out of the ship. 


KBX 


Credential. 




KDI 


— Relieve-d-ing, Relief crew. 


KBY 


—Credentials are satisfactory. 






Send lifeboat to save crew fj 


KBZ 


— Credentials not satisfactory. 






Send boats to take off the crew gup 




Have you, or, Ila,s —{person indicated) 


KDJ 


— Short manned. A weak crew {number 




the necessary credentials {or. 


certifi- 




may be indicated). 




oates)? 


IHZ 

1 




Some squabble (or, fight) on shore with 
crew Mxu 


kca 


Oredit-ed-ing. 






Want hands {specify number and par- 


KCB 


—Can you get credit? 






ticulars) yj 


KCD 


— Have you credit on — ? 






What has become of the crew? gcp 




Letter of credit. ...i 


QOI 




— men of the crew have been ill of yel- 


KCE 


Creditor. 




KDL 


low fever {number to follow) mwy 

Crime-inal-ly. 


KCF 


Creek. 




KDM 


Crim?. 


KCG 


Crbbp-ing-er. Crept. 




KDN 


Crimson. 


KCH 


Crbosote-d. 






Crimson fluid. Condy's fluid jnk 


KCI 


Crescent. 




KDO 


Crip'ple-d. 


KCJ 


Crew. {See also Hands. ) 
Are all your crew on board 


...GPT 


KDP 


Crisis. Critical. 




Boat's crew 


..GRW 


KDQ 


CROCiiERY. 




Boat's crew will not come 


.--GRX 






KCL 


— By the crew. 
Crew are all on board 


---GQB 




Crocodile. Alligator dyv 


KCM 

KCN 


—Crew deserted. 

—Crew disaffected ; will not work 






Cronchka. {Measure of capacity) -.azd 


KCO 


—Crew discontented ; will not work. 


KDR 


Crooked. Bent. 



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211 



CROP— CUSTODY. 



KDS 
KDT 
KDU 

KDV 
KDW 



feDX 
KDY 



KDZ 



KEA 

KEB 

KEC 

KED 

KEF 

KEG 

KEH 

KEI 

KEJ 



KEL 



KEM 
KEN 

KEO 
KEP 

KEQ 

KER 

KES 

KET 
KEU 



KEY 

KEW 
KEX 



KEY 



KEZ 

KFA 



KFB 
KPC 
KPD 

KPE 



Crop. 

— A good crop of — . Crops look well. 
— A short crop of — . 
Cotton crop jxs 

— Crops destroyed. 

— Crops have suffered severely (are much 
injured) . 
Crops look well. A good crop of — .kdt 
— How is the — crop? 
— Sugar crop. 



Ceoss-ed-ing. 

Bar can not be crossed until — pvr 

Can I cross the bar? Shall I be able to, 
get over the bar? pvy 

— Cross bearings. 

— Cross-cut saw. 

— Cross-examine-d-ing-ation — of. 

— Crosshead. 

-^Cross-jack yard. 

— Cross the bow. 

— Crosstree. 

— Crossway. 

— Piston-rod crossheads damaged {or, 
broken). 

Pump crosshead ...ubg 

Pump crosshead out of order ubh 

Topmast crosstrees xvy 

What are the leading marks for crossing 
the bar? fwo 

— When did you cross the equator? 
When will be the best time for crossing 
the bar? xm 

— Where did you cross the equator? 

— Where will you cross the equator? 

Ckoton. 

— Croton oil. 

Crow. 
Crowbar- pwi 

— Crowsfoot-feet. 
— Crowsnest. 



Crowd-bd-ing. 

Crown-ed-ing. 
Furnace crown of boiler collapsed .nuc 

Cruel-ly-ty. 

Cruise-d-ino — OFF. 

Are there many men-of-war now cruis- 
ing? 
During the cruise ...kfa 

Cruiser. 

Armored cruiser evw 

Belted cruiser gfd 

—Cruisers are very vigilant. 
— During the cruise. 

Enemy's cruisers have been seen to the 
— , steering to the — -- OF 

Enemy's ship (or, cruiser) lzk 

— Hired cruiser. 
— Revenue cruiser (or, vessel). 
—Saw enemy's ship (or, cruiser) off — {or 
in latitude and longitude indicated). 
—Saw enemy's ship {or, cruiser) to the — . 

Torpedo cruiser xws 



KFG 



KPH 
KFI 



KFJ 



KFL 
KFM 

KPN 
KFO 

KFP 

KFQ 

KFR 

KFS 

KFT 

KFU 

KPV 

KFW 



KFX 
KFY 
KFZ 
KGA 
KGB- 



KGC 

KGD 

KGE 
KGF 

KGH 

KGI 

KGJ 

KGL 
KGM 
KGN 



Ceush-ed-ing. 
Accident happened. Crushed. Fall. 
Jammed dcf 



Cktjtch. 

Crystal-ise-d-line. 

cube-ic-al. 

Cubic centimeter znm 

Cubic foot AYC 

Cubic inch ayd 

Cubic meter znp 

Cubic millimeter zno 

Cubic yard aye 

Measure of cubic capacity {See page 53), 

AYB 

Cuddy. 

— Cuddy passenger. 

CUFP-BD-ING. 

— Handcuff-ed-ing. 

culpable-ility. 

cultivate-d-ing-ion. culture. 

cunning-ly-ness. 

Cup. 

Cure-d-ing-able. 

CuEIOUa-LY-SITY. 

Currant. 

Current. 
Against the current(tide,or,stream)DSE 
Athwart the current (tide, or, stream), 

PJI 
— Can not stem the current {or, tide). 
— Current runs — miles per hour. 
— Current sets off shore. 
— Current sets on shore. 
— Current, or. Tide will run very strong. 
{Indicate miles per hour, if necessary.) 

Earth current len 

Electric current lus 

Induced current pit 

— Is there much current? 

Keep out of the tide {or, current) XG 

Price current' tvq 

— There is less current inshore (or in 

direction indicated). 
— Tide, or. Current sets to the — . 
— Try the current {or, tide). 

Undercurrent yhe 

— What current {rate and direction) do 

you expect (or, reckon on)? 
—What is the current? Do you, or, Do 

we feel any current? 
—What is the set and rate of current (or, 
tide)? 

Curry. 

Curve-d-ing-ature. 

Custody. 



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CUSTOM— DAM. 



KGO 

KGP 
KGQ 

KGR 



KGS 

KGT 

KGU 

KGV 

KGW 

KGX 

KGY 
KGZ 
KHA 
KHB 

KHC 

KHD 

KHE 
KHF 

KHG 



KHI 
KHJ 



KHL 
KHM 
KHN 



KHO 
KHP 
KHQ 
KHR 



KHS 

KHT 

KHU 
KHV 



KHW 
KHX 

KHY 
KHZ 



KIA 
KIB 
KIC 



Custom. 
Customary. (^Usual) ymx 

—Customer. 

— Is it the custom — to — ? 

Customs. (See also Duties. ) 
Board of Customs got 

Cleared at the Custom-house ite 

— Clearing the Custom-house. 

— Custom-house. 

— Custom-house boat. Revenue boat. 

— Custom-house duties. 

— Customs officer. 

— Have you a Custom-house officer on 

board? 
— Have you cleared the Custom-house? 
— Is your ship entered at Custom-house? 
— Not cleared at Custom-house. 
— Shall clear at Custom-house. 

Cut-ting. To cut. 

Accident happened. Cut. Stab--.DCG 
— After cutting away her masts. 

Cable is cut (or, broken) hqp 

— Can be cut off. 
— Can not cut. 

Cross cut saw _ keb 

— Cut away. 

Cut away the mizzen mast rwn 

Cut away your masts kj 

— Cut down. 
—Cut off. 

Cut out - svu 

Cut, weigh, or, Slip. Get an offing. 
Wait for nothing kw 

Cut, or, slip your cable hra 

— Do not cut. 

— Do not cut away your masts. 
— ^Do you think you can cut her (or, them) 
out? 

I must cut my cable hri 

— May, or, Can be cut out. 
— Much cut up. 
— Obliged to cut away. 
—Shall I cut? 

Weigh, cut, or. Slip. Get an offing. 
Wait for nothing kw 

Cutlass. 
Cutlery. 

Cutter. 

— Is a Revenue cutter. 
Steam cutter. Small steamboat --GUw 
Steam cutter's engine mbx 

Cutting. ( An artificial passage. ) 
Cutwater. 



CwT. Hundredweight . 
Cycle. 



Cyclone. 
You are steering right into tbe center of 
the hurricane (or, cyclone) ..pan 

Cylinder. 
•Cylinder cover. 
Cylinder cover broken. 



KID 
KIE 
KIP 
KIG 



KIH 



KIJ 



KIL 
KIM 
KIN 



KIO 

KIP 

KIQ 

KIR 
KIS 



KIT 

KIU 
KIT 



Cylinder— CowMj) ued. 
Cylinder cracked kat 

— Cylinder damaged. 

— Cylinder out of order. 

— Cylinder side rod. 

— High-pressure cylinder. 

High -pressure cylinder cover ouv 

High-pressure cylinder cover broken, 

KAI 

High -pressure cylinder cracked (or, out 

or order) _■ kau 

— Intermediate-pressure cylinder. 
Intermediate-pressure cylinder cover, 

• PQT 

Intermediate-pressure cylinder cover 
broken kaj 

Intermediate-pressure cylinder cracked 

(or, out of order) kav 

— Low-pressure cylinder. 

Low-pressure cylinder cover kal 

Low-pressure cylinder cracked (or, out 
of order) kaw 

Packing ring of cylinder cover broken, 

KAN 

Czar. 

— Czarevitch. 

— Czarevna. 



D. (Letter.) (For new method of spelling, 
see page 13. ) ^ 

D slide. 

Daily. Every day. 
Daily expected. kmx 

— Daily paper. 
—Daily report. 
Daily returns kmy 

In daily expectation of an embargo. lwh 

My chronometer gains daily .of 

My chronometer loses daily gt 

Dairy. 

Daktylas. (Measure of length) avo 

Dale. 



Dam-med-ming. 
Cofferdam .. 



-IZK 



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213 



DAMAGE— DANGER. 



KIW 



KIX 
KIY 
KIZ 

KJA 

KJB 
KJC 



KJD 
KJE 



KJF 



KJG 
KJH 
KJI 

KJL 
KJM 
KJN 

KJO 



KJP 



Damaqe-d. (See also Injure. ) 

Ammunition is damaged efq 

Are y ou , or , Is — (vessel indicated) materi- 
ally damaged (or, injured)? ao 

Bell buoy damaged; not working.- gen 
Boiler burst; very slight damage --Gvw 

Boiler damaged avx 

Boiler plates damaged _. gwi 

Can damage be repaired at sea? ba 

Can the damage be repaired by your- 
selves --- BO 

Can not exactly estimate the damage, 

MHR 

Cargo damaged _ hzs 

Cargo damaged, but extent not known, 

HZT 

Cargo not much damaged (slightly 

damaged) iad 

Condenser broken (damaged, or, out of 

order) ' jmr 

Condensing boiler damaged, gwtj 

Cylinder damaged kid 

Damage can be put to rights in — hours, 

BD 

Damage can be repaired at sea be 

Damage can not be repaired at sea {or, 

place indicated) bp 

Damage, or, Defects can not be repaired 

without assistance I.bg 

—Damage is repaired. 

— Damage not ascertained. 

— Damage serious (particulars to follow, 

if necessary). 
— Damage to machinery ( part to be indi- 
cated). 
— Damage trifling. 
— Damaged keel. 

Damaged, or, Sprung mast ; can not carry 

sail BH 

Damaged rudder vbi 

Damaged rudder ; can not steer bi 

— Damaged the bitts. 
— Damaged the windlass. 

Damages (indemnity) phn 

Damages are assessed at — fecj 

— Did you ior vessel indicated) receive 
any damage? 

Donkey boiler damaged gwy 

Have, or, Has received damage (or, 

injury) — to pla 

Have you damaged yoxir machinery? mbo 
Have you reeceived any damage (or, 

injury)? plb 

How long will you (or vessel indicated) 

be repairing damages? _ _ _ bm 

Hurricane did considerable damage -PAK 
Hurricane did not do much damage, pal 

I am very seriously damaged bn 

—I have damaged (or, sprung) — . 
—I have damaged (or, sprung) fore yard. 
— I have damaged (or, sprung) lower top- 
sail yard. 
—I have damaged (or, sprung) main yard. 
—I have damaged (or, sprung)topsailyard. 
—I have damaged (or, sprung) upper top- 
sail yard. 
—I shall repair damage in — . 
Is — (vessel indicated) or. Are you Tna- 

terially damaged (or, injured)? ao 

— Is your bow much damaged? 
Is your cargo much damaged?..? BQ 



KJQ 
KJR 



KJS 
KJT 

KJU 
KJV 
KJW 
KJX 

KJY 



KJZ 
KLA 



Damage — Continued. 

Keel damaged ^•...kjc 

Levers damaged (or, out of order) . .qox 

—Much damage has been done — to (or, 

^Must discharge cargo to repair damages. 

No damage (or, harm) done onj 

Piston-rod crossheads damaged (or, 

broken) kej 

Powder is damaged trl 

Propeller damaged tyx 

Put back damaged ucx 

Screw propeller damaged tyx 

Sea-inlet valve (or, cock) broken (or, 

damaged) vla 

Slid^-valve gear damaged wgl 

Slight damage kjb 

Sprung, or. Seriously damaged a lower 

mast RC J 

Sprung, or. Seriously damaged lower 

yard (or spar indicated) .rck 

Steam pipe damaged wsn 

Stem seriously damaged . . . ! wuK 

Stern tube damaged wva 

The damage to machinery is not serious, 

and is such as can be repaired by the 

vessel's own engineers rl 

Thrust block damaged gna 

Thrust collar damaged JAD 

Towing cable is damaged (or, stranded), 

HRX 

Trifling damage ..._kjb 

Vessel seriously damaged; wish to 

transfer passengers hm 

— "What damage have you sustained? 
Where will you go to repair damages? 

BV 

— Without damage. 



Damages. (Indemnity) phn 

Damp. 

Damper. ( For fires. ) 

Dance-d-ing. To dance. 

Dane. Danish. Danish Colors. Den- 
mark. 

Danger-ous-ly. 
Accident; dangerously wounded (or, 

hurt/. AL 

Appearances are dangerous ; be on your 

guard FN 

Are you in danger? fo 

Bar, or. Entrance is dangerous fq 

Bar is not dangerous la 

Beware of derelict ; dangerous to navi- 
gation JE 

Channel, or. Fairway is dangerous.. FU 
Channel is dangerous without a pilot, 

LD 

Coast is dangerous ixw 

Coast is not dangerous ...ixy 

— Danger of parting (or, driving). 
Dangerous, or. Great risk in sending a 

boat GSZ 

— Dangerous position. 

Dangerous to admit too many on board 
at a time GB 



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Part II. 



DANGEE— DAY. 




Danger — Continued. 




Date — Continued. 


, 


Dangerous to, or, Do not come into less 


KMD 


— Have yoA any news of recent date from 




than — feet of water fv 




(or, about) — ? 




Dangerous without a pilot Tl 


KME 


— Is, or. Are dated the — . 




Dangerously hurt (or-, wounded); acci- 




Newspapers up to date of — (from — ,if 




dent AL 




necessary) ...SC 




Derelict reported passed on — , lati- 


KMF 


— On the — (date indicated). 




tude — , longitude — ; dangerous to 


KMG 


—On what date did you speak the —(ves- 




navigation kvr 




sel indicated) ? 




Do you consider leak dangerous? Ql 


KMH 


7— What are the latest dates by the last 


KLB 


—Furnace considered dangerous. 




mail? 


KLC 


— Have you got out of danger? 


KMI 


—What is the date of ? 


KLD 


—How many have you dangerously ill? 




What is the date of latest news from — ? 




I am in danger [or, shoal water) ; direct 




^^ 




me how to steer nl 




What IS the date of your Code List?* . izh 


KLE 


— In great danger. 


KMJ 


—What is the date of your latest newspa- 




Is there any danger — in — (of, or. 




per (or, letter)? 




from—)? GA 




What is the date of your signal book? 




Is there any danger of mines {or, torpedo 




VL 




boats)? xs 


KML 


— What was the date of your departure? 




It is dangerous to allow too many people 


KMN 


— What were the latest — dates at — when 




on board at once gb 




you last heard? 




It is dangerous to lose the wind go 




Without date. Date not known. . .klw 




It is dangerous without a pilot ti 






KLF 


-^Much danger. 






KT,G 


—No danger. 
Passed a derelict vessel apparently in 


KMO 


Date. (Fruit. ) 




good condition, hull well out of the 


KMP 


Daughter. 




water; dangerous to navigation. -KVS 








Shoal water, or. Danger in — (direction 


KMQ 


Daunt-ed-ing. 




indicated) gp 






KLH 


— Shoal water, or, Danger to leeward. 


KMR 


Davit. . 


KLI 


— ^Shoal water, or. Danger to windward. 




Boat davit... gry 




The attempt is dangerous- Gi 


KMS 


—Fish davit. 


KLJ 


— Vessel indicated is standing into danger. 
We are in danger of parting. .■ gl 








You are all clear of danger gm 




Dawn. Daybreak. At dawn fib 




You are in a dangerous (or, unsafe) po- 








sition. Your position is dangerous, 


KMT 


Day. 




GN 


KMU 


— A day's demurrage (or, number indicated). 




You are standing into danger jd 


KMV 


— A few days. 

Any day — after EOS 

Arrived during the day exv 


KLM 


Daniel's battery. 




Bill at —days gkf 

By day hpb 


KLN 


Dare-d-ing-ly: 


KMW 


—Christmas Day. 
Daily. Every day. kiq 


KLO 


Dark. Darkness. 


KMX 


—Daily expected. 




After dark , dqt 




Daily report Kis 




As soon as it is dark fbm 


KMY 


— Daily return. 


KLP 


—Before dark. 




Day after.. Next day dec 




Do not send boats on shore after dark. 


KMZ 


— Day before. 




GST 


KNA 


— Day of week. 


KLQ 


— If the night is dark. 




Daybreak. Dawn. At dawn fib 




Shall signal with siren (or, steam whistle) 


KNB 


—Daylight. At daylight. 




during fog (or, darkness) we 


KNC 


— Day's demurrage — is — . 


KLR 


— When it is dark. 


KND 


— Day's work. 






KNE 


— Days from. 


KLS 


Darken-ed-ing. To darken. 


KNF 


—During the day. 
Every day. Daily... KlQ 


KLT 


Dash-ed-ing. 




Expected daily kmx 


KLU 


— Dashed to pieces. 




Fine day myx 






KNG 


— How many days? 


KLV 


Date— OF. 


KNH 


— How many days since you passed — (vessel 


KLW 


— Date not known. Without date. 




indicated)^ 


KLX 


—Date of entry. 




I have only — days' provisions TO 


KLY 


— Date of leaving. 




I have only —days' water ZA 


KLZ 


— Dated-ing.' To date. 


KNI 


— I shall go about — miles an hour till 


KMA 


—Dated at — (or, from). 




daylight. 


KMB 


— Dates up to — . 


KNJ 


— In about — days. 


KMC 


— Has paper of following date. 


KNL . 


—Lay-day. 



* i. e., The British Code List published by the Board of Trade, London. 



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215 





DAY—] 


DECK. 








Day — —Continued. 


KPA 


Debenture. 




KNM 


— Look out at daybreak. 










Made the passage in —days (number to 


KPB 


Debit-ed-ing. 






follow) -- TDF 








KNO 


— M?iil day. 
Midday rtc 


KPC 


Debt. 






Next day. Day after deo 


KPD 


Debtor. 




KNP 


—Not to-day. 








KNQ 


— On tho — day of the month. 




Decagramme. (Measure of weight). 


-.BAI 


KNE 


— On the same day: 








KNS 


—Out — days. 
Passed the mail — da y < ago rpu 




Decalitre. (Measure of capacity) . 


-AYT 


KNT 


— Shall we have dayliglit enough? 




Decametre. (Measure of length) . . 


-AVS 




The day after to-morrow drv 




Square decametre. (Square or surface \ 


KNU 


-^The day before yesterday. 




■measure) 


-Air.T 


KNV 


—This day. 








KNW 


— Through the day. 




Decare. (Square measure) 


-AXM 


KNX 


—Today. 








KNY 


— To-day's post. 




Decastere. ( Cubic measure) 


-AYF 


KNZ 


—What day?^ 








KOA 


—What day do you leave? 


KPE 


Decease-d. 




KOB 


—What day would be best to — ? 










What is the meteorological forecast for 


KPF 


Deceive-d-ing. To deceive. Decep- 




to-day? ZK 




tion-ve. 




KOC 


■Will you be on shore to-day {specify 


KPG 


— Any deception ?- 






hour, if necessary) ? 


KPH 


— Have, or. Has deceived me. 




KOD 


— Will you {or person indicated) meet me 
on shore to-day {specijy time)''. 
You are not likely to receive your or- 


KPI 


—No deception. 






ders for some days sux 


KPJ 


December. 
About December the — 


— CZL 


KOE 


Dead. Died. (See aZso Death and Die. ) 


KPL 


— Beginning of December. 






Captain is dead (or, died on — ) — hwi 


KPM 


—End of December. 




KOF 


—Dead-eye. 


KPN 


— Next December. 




Koa 


—Deadlight. 








KOH 


—Dead reckoning. 










Dead reckoning agrees with observa- 




Deciare. (Square measure) ^ - - - 


-AXN 




tion DTX 








KOI 


—Dead weight. 


KPO 


Decide-d-ing. (See also Settle. ) 




KOJ 


—Dead-weight cargo. 


KPQ 


— Before you decide. 




KOL 


— Dead works of a ship. 


KPE 


— Decided upon. 




KOM 


—How many dead? 


KPS 


Decision-ive. 






How many tons dead weight of cargo 


KPT 


— Have you decided — to? 






must you have? I4S 


KPU 


— Is it decided? 






Latitude by dead reckoning is — .-Qht 


KPV 


—Nothing decisive yet. 




. 


Longitude by dead reckoning is — - -Qzc 




Police (or other) authorities have de- | 




Want — tons dead weight of cargo- -IBE 




cided against the crew 


-KDG 


KON 


—Who is dead? 


KPW 
KPX 


—The decision is final. 
—The final decision is. 




KOP 


Deaf-ness. 




Decigramme. (Measure of weight). 


.-BAJ 


KOQ 


Deal-ing. Dealt. 
A good deal of floating ice— in pbg 




Decilitre. (Measure of capacity). 


-AYU 


KOE 


Dealer. 




Decimal. (See page 34) 


-.BCO 


KOS 


Deal. ( Wood. ) 




Decimetre. ( Measure of length) . . 


--AVT 








Square decimetre (square or surface \ 


KOT 


Dear-ly-ness. (Expensive.) 




measure) 


..AXS 


KOU 


— Dearer-est. 








. KOV 


— Too dear. 




Decistere. ( Cubic measure) 


-AYG 


KOW 


Death. (iSce ato Dead. ) 










, Certificate of death ...ihr 


KPY 


Deck. 




KOX 


' TTo-w -man V deaths' _ KOM 


' 


Armored deck 

Between decks _- 


-EVX 
..GIV 


X1\J W XUlXlXJ' tXCWI/XiO . ^^^..M. 

—Last death on the — (date to follow). 


KQY 


Eegistrar of births, deaths, and mar- 
riages - gli 




Deck awning 

Deck cabin 

Deck cargo - 


-FEW 
--HQI 
--HYZ 


—When was the last death? 






KPZ 


— Deck house. 




KOZ 


Debatk-d-ing. 


KQA 


—Deck passenger. 





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DECK— DELIVER. 



KQB 



KQC 
KQD 
KQE 

KQP 

KQG 
KQH 



KQI 



KQJ 
KQL 
KQM 
KQN 
KQO 



KQP Deed. 



KQR 
KQS 
KQT 
KQU 

KQV 



KQW 

KQX 

KQY 

KQZ 

KRA 

KRB 



KRC 
KRD 



Deck — Continued. 

— Deck quarters. 

Gear for cleaning decks isv 

Have lost deck cargo iao 

Lower deck , ecb 

Main deck hgi 

—On deck. 

— Quarter deck. 

— Upper deck. 

Declare-d-ing-ation. 

Declaration of Paris. tbk 

— Have, or, Has declared. 
— Have, or. Has not declared. 

Is war declared? or. Has war com- 
menced? YU 

"War is declared {or, has commenced), yx 

— Decline-d-ing-ation. 

Decline accepting any — dbv 

I decline to have anything further to do 

(or, say) in the matter eqo 

I must decline answering ... bna 

Offered assistance,but they declined . fgm 

— Vessel [or person indicated) declines. 

Decoy-ed-ing. To decoy. 
Decrease-d-ing. 
Decree-d-ing. 
Deduct-ed-ing-ion. 



KRE 
KRF 
KRG 



Deep-en-ed-ing. (See also Depth.) 
— Deep-sea lead. 
— Deep water. 

Deeper-est. 

Deepest water is in the — channel.. ilr 
— Deepest water is nearer the shore. 

Deepest water is nearest the bank (or, 

reef) pvb 

— Deeply laden. 

— How deep is — ? 

— Is she deep? 

— Not deep. 

— The deepest water. 

— Too deep. 

Water is too deep ywl 

Water is too deep to anchor ekb 

Defalcation. (Embezzlement) lxd 

Defeat-ed-ing. To defeat. 

Defect-ive. (See also Damage. ) 

Can defects be repaired at sea? ba 

Can defects be repaired by yourselves? 

BC 

Defects can be repaired at sea be 

Defects can not be repaired at sea (or 
place indicated) bp 

Defects, or. Damage can not be repaired 
without assistance bg 

Defects may be set right in — hours. bd 
— Found defective. 
—Send list of defects. 

■What are your defects? 



KRH 
KRI 

KRJ 

KRL/ 

KRM 

KRN 
KRO 

KRP 
KRQ 

KRS 

KRT 

KRU 

KRV 

KRW 

KRX 



KRY 
KRZ 



KSA 



KSB 

KSC 

KSD 

KSE 

KSF 

KSG 

KSH 

KSI 

KSJ 

KSL 

KSM 

KSN 



KSO 
KSP 

KSQ 

KSR 

KST 

KSU 

KSV 

KSW 

KSX 

KSY 



Defbnce-sive-sible. 
Coaat-defence ship ixv 

— Defence net. 

Lines of defence quo 

Local defence qxv 

— No defence can be made. 

Defend-ed-ing. To depend. 
— Defend ship. 
If we keep together, we can defend our- 
selves PYE 

Defendant. 

Defer-red-bing-ment. (See also Post- 
pone. ) 

Deficient-ly-cy. 
— Deficit. 

Define-d-ing-ition. 

Depinite-ly-ive-lt. 

Defraud-ed-ing. 

Defray-ed-ing. 

Defy-ied-ing-iance. 

Degree — of. 
By degrees hpc 

Compass signals in degrees ( page 45) . jhi 

— Degree of latitude. 

— Degree of longitude. 
I am using variation of — degrees.. jht 

In an ordinary degree svc 

— degrees below zero zm 

Delay-ed-ing. To delay. (See also 
Detain. ) 

Cause of delay ifq 

— Delayed at. 

— Delayed by. 

— Delayed by contrary winds. 

— Delayed by thick fog. 

— Delayed through the recent gale. 

— Do not delay (detain) . 

— How long will delay be? 

— I must not delay (detain). 

— I will not delay (or, detain) you long. 

— If delayed (or, detained). 

— What delays-ed (or, detains-ed) you? 

Delegate-d-ing. To delegate. 

Delight. (Pleasure) _ _ tms 

Delighted. (Pleased). tmr 

Delightf ul-ly. (Pleasant) tmn 

Delirious-um. 

— Delirium tremens. 

Deliver-y. 

— Delivered. 

— Have, or. Has been delivered. 

— Have the mails been delivered? 

— Have you delivered? 

— On delivery. 

—Shall, or, Will be delivered. 

— You are to deliver. 



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217 



DEMAND— DERANGE. 



KSZ 
KTA 



KTB 
KTC 
KTD 

KTE 
KTF 
KTG 
KTH 



KTI 
KTJ 
KTL 

KTM 

KTN 

KTO 

KTP 

KTQ 

KTR 

KTS 

KTU 

KTV 

KTW 

KTX 

KTY 
KTZ 
KUA 



KUB 
KUC 
KUD 

KUE 
KUF 



KUH 
KUI 



Demand-ed-inq. To demand. 
— Demand has been sent. 
Have, or. Has been demanded (or, 
claimed) by — mw 

— Make a demand. 

No demand — for. 
— On demand — of. 

Salvage demanded .-.vgd 

— Send your demands— to (or for). 
— Some demand springing np. 
— They will demand explanation. 
— What is the demand (or, claim)? 



Democrat- ACY-ic. 

Demolish-ed-ing. 

Demur-red-ring. 

Demurrage. 
A day's demurrage {or number indi- 
cated) KMU 

Day's demurrage — is — knc 

■Demurrage commences-d on the — 

Denk. {Measure of weight) ban 

Denmark. (See Dane) kjx 

Denote-d-ing. 
Report when ship denoted is sighted.TJSD 

Dense-ly-ity. 

Deny-ied-ing. To deny. 

Depart -ED- ing-ure. 

After the departure of — drm 

— Before departure — of — . 

Hasten the departure of — onr 

— Have you seen any vessel since your 

departure? 
— I can not hasten my departure. 
— I must hasten my departure. 
— My departure. 

What was the date of your depart- 
ure? KML 

—Where did you take your last departure 

from? 
— Your departure. 

Department. 

Commissariat department Jfa 

Goods department--- oeu 

Head of department oqh 

Intelligence department poe 

Naval department sec 

Passenger department - tdp 

Depend-ed-ing-ence — ON. 
— Can depend on. 
— Can I depend on? 

Can I depend on your time? - - RS 

—-Can you depend on your time? 
— Can not depend on. 

Depends on circumstances iRCt 

Dependence {reliance) trow 

—I can not depend on my time. 
— I shall depend on. 

Light is not to be depended on qd 



KUJ 



KUM 



KUN 
KUO 
KUF 
KUQ 
KUR 

KUS 
KUV 

KUW 
KUX 



KUY 
KUZ 
KVA 
KVB 
KVC 
KVD 



KVE 
KVP 
KVG 



KVH 
KVI 



KVJ 
KVL 

KVM 

KVN 
KVO 



Depend — Continued. 

■May be trusted {or, depended on). 

May I depend upon your time? RS 

No confidence in. No dependence 
on JNX 

Not to be depended upon {not relia- 
ble) uox 

■Nothing to be depended upon beyond 
your own resources. 

Reckoning not to be depended upon.RU 

To be depended Mpon (reliable) uoy 



Deplore-d-ing-able-y. 

Depose-d-ing-ition. 

Deposit-ed-ing. 

Depot. 
Coal depot iwn 

— Naval depot. 
What quantity of coal remains in col- 
lier (lighter, or, coal depot)? ixo 



Depreciate-d-ing-ion. 

Depress-ed-ing-ion. 
Meteorological Office, or. Weather Bu- 
reau, reports depression approaching 
from the — BTP 

Deprive-d-ing-ation. 

Depth. (See also Deep, and Soundings. ) 
Asks precise time of high water, and 

minimum depth at that time xb 

Note. — Reply will be: 

1. By an hour signal. {Seepage 58g.) 

2. By a numeral signal denoting 

feet. 
— ^At high water you will have — feet. 
— At low water you will have — feet. 
— Depth is. 

—Indicate the depth— of — . What depth? 
— Is there suf&cieht depth of water? 
— The depth here {or at place indicated) 
is — feet at low water. 

What depth? Indicate the depth- -Kvb 
— What is the depth at high water? 
—What is the depth at low water? 
— What is the depth of water in feet at — ? 

What is the depth of water on the bar? 

— What is the depth of water over the sill? 
— What is the depth of water alongside 

the — ? 
What is the least depth of water we 

shall have (or, ought to have)? vr 

— You will have less than — feet of water. 

Depute-d-ing. To depute. 

Chamber of Deputies ika 

— Deputation. 

Deputy, or, Member of Congress or Par- 
liament TBO 

— Deputy, or, lieutenant governor. 

Derange-d-ing-ment. 
Machinery slightly deranged mcq 



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DERELICT— DESTEOY. 



KVP 
KVQ 
KVB 

KVS 
KVT 

KVU 
KVW 



Derelict. 
Beware of derelict ; dangerous to navi- 
gation JE 

— Derelict has been fired. 
Derelict reported off ■ — (or, in the vicin- 
ity of — ) JF 

— Derelict reported passed on — , lati- 
tude — , longitude — ; dangerous to 
navigation. 
Have you fallen in with crew of dere- 
lict? MBT 

Have you seen derelict? jg 

— Passed a derelict vessel, apparently in 

good condition, hull well out of water ; 

dangerous to navigation. 

— Passed the derelict vessel — on the — . 

Saw derelict in latitude — , longitude — , 

on the — ..JH 

Dkeivb-d-ing-ation. 

Derrick. 



KVX Descend-ed-ing. Descent. 



KVY 

KVZ 

KWA 

KWB 

KWC 

KWD 
KWE 
KWF 
KWG 

KWH 



KWI 
KWJ 
KWL 

KWM 

KWN 

KWO 
KWP 
5WQ 
KWR 
KWS 



KWT 
KWU 



Describe-d-ing. 

— By the description given. 

— Can you describe? 

— Can not describe. 

— Describe exactly what you want (size; 

weight, etc.). 
— ^Description. 

— Have you sent description? 
— Send description. 
— The same description. 

Deseet-ed-ing-ion. • 

Charged with desertion ima 

Crew deserted kcm 

— Deserter. 

Desbrve-d-ing-ly. 

Design-ed-ing-edlt-ation. 

desirb-d-ing-ons-able — to. 
Am desired to acquaint you {or person 

indicated) dgz 

Captain desires me to inform you.HWE 

Commanding oflicer desires. jdz 

— Desire to see (or, speak) — to. 

Desire you will acquaint dhf 

— Desires me to tell you. 
Do you desire? 

Have, Had, or, Has the desired effect. 
— It is desirable. 
■It is not desirable. 
Owners desire me to inform you to coal 

at — HE 

Owners desire me to inform you to dis- 
charge cargo first at — ) place next in- 
dicated) ^ ST 

Owners desired me to inform you. _syk 
— That is my desire. 
The consul is desired to come (or, send) 

onboard jrp 

— The desired effect. 
Vessel desires to be reported by tele- 
graph to owner (Mr. — ) at — usf 

Your agents desire me to inform you, 

DTE 



KWV 
KWX 



KWY 
KWZ 



KXA 



KXB 

KXC 



KXD 



KXE 
KXF 



KXG 
KXH 



KXI 

KXJ 



KXL 

KXM 
KXN 

KXO 
KXP 
KXQ 
KXR 



Despatch-bd-ing. To despatch. (See 
• also Letter. ) 

Any letters {or, papers) from — ? Ji 

— ^Any letters {or, despatches) on board? 
Bring (or, Brought) despatches. -..hiq 

Despatch boat ^^_-_gsn 

Despatch box hdc 

Despatch is necessary. jk 

— Despatch vessel, or. Aviso. 
—Despatches. 

Despatches arrived eyb 

Forward my despatches . nmz 

Go for despatches jl 

Government despatch ofs 

Had any fitters {or, despatches) ar- 
rived — at? JM 

Have (pr vessel indicated has) de- 
spatches for — ? jN 

Have {or vessel indicated has) despatches 

from — JO 

Have letters (mails, or, despatches) for 

you {or vessel or person indicated) . jp 

Have you letters (mails, or, despatches) 

for me (or vessel, person, or place 

indicated) jq 

I am the bearer of important despatches, 

JR 

I have Government despatches (or, — ) , 

JS 

I shall make for the anchorage {or, — ) 

with all despatch jt 

— Important despatches. 
Refer to my despatches (or, letters) . - ju 
Refer to your despatches (or, letters) .jv 
Send for despatches (or, letters) jw 

— Send your despatches. 

— Take despatches. 

Telegraphic despaches xln 

Telegraphic despatches arrived from — , 

JX 

— Wait for despatches. 
Will you forward my letters (or, 

despatches) — to — ? qu 

Will you take despatches? jy . 

—Your despatches are ready. 

Despise-d-ing. To despise. 

Dessatine (square measure) axo 

Dessert. 

Destine-d-ing-ation. 

Arrived at destination exu 

Convoy to disperse and make for desti- 
nation .... is 

Do you call at any port before destina- 
tion? ..htb 

—What is his (her, or, their) destination? 

Your port of destination is closed ; your 
owners desire you to proceed to — . 

Destitute-ution. 

Destroy -ed-ing. 
— Can you destroy? 
Crops destroyed kdv 

—Destroyed by fire. 

Have, or. Has destroyed. 
— Have you destroyed? 

■Shall I destroy? 



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DESTEOY— DILEMMA. 



KXS 

KXT 

KXU 

KXV 
KXW 

KXY 

KXZ 



KYA 
KYB 

KYC 



KYD 

KYE 

KYF 

KYG 

KYH 

KYI 

KYJ 

KYL 



KYM 
KYN 
KYO 



KYP 
KYQ 

KYE 
KYS 



Destroy— Continued. 
Torpedo catcher {or, chaser, or, de- 
stroyer) XWB 

— "Was, or. Were destroyed. 

Destructivii-ly-ion. 
— Destructive radius. 

Detach-ed-ing-ment. 
— Detached squadron. 

Detail-ed-ing. 

Detain-ed-ing-ention. (See also Delay. ) 

Cause of detention ipq 

Detained at ksb 

Detained by ksc 

Detained by contrary winds ksd 

— Detained by ice. 

— Detained by the emigration officer. 

Detained by thick fog ksb 

— Detained in harbor. 

Do not detain (delay) ksg 

I have been {or vessel indicated was) de- 
tained — days windbound at — {place 

indicated) -- kye 

I must not detain {or, delay) ksi 

I will not detain you long ksj 

If detained ksl 

— No cause of detention. 

There has been so much fog as to cause 

considerable detention ngl 

— Vessel indicated was {or, I have been) 
detained windbound at — {place indi- 
cated). 
What detains-ed you? ksm 

Detect-ed-ing-ion. {Discover) ldm 

Detective. 

Deteriorate-d-ing-ation. 

Determine-d-ing-ation-able. 

Detonate-d-ing-ion. 
Detonating fuze now 

— Detonator. 

Deunum. {Square measure) axj 

Deviate-d-ing-ion. 

Deviation of compass JHN 

Deviation table JHO 

Have you any local attraction (devia- 
tion)? JHR 

What is your deviation? Jio 

Dew. 

Dholl. 

Dhow. 

Diachylon, or, Adhesive plaster. -djw 

Diagonal-ly. 

—Diagonal, or, Triatic stay. 

Diagram— OP. 

— Indicator diagram. 



KYT 

KYU 

KYV 

KYW 

KYX 

KYZ 

KZA 



KZB 

KZC 

KZD 

KZE 

KZF 

KZG 

KZH 

KZI 

KZJ 

KZL 

KZM 

KZN 

KZO 

KZP 

KZQ 

KZR 

KZS 



KZT 

KZU 

KZV 



KZW 
KZX 
KZY 

LAB 

LAC 
LAD 

LAE 



LAF 

LAG 
LAH 
LAI 



Diameter-bical-ly. 
Diamond. 

DiARRHCEA-ETIC. 

Diary. 

dictate-d-ing-ion-tor. 

Dictionary. 

Did. (See Do.) bmf 

Die. To die. (See also Dead and Dying. ) 

Captain died on — Hwi 

Died, or. Dead kob 

Dying lqm 

How many have died? kom 

The breeze will die away hgp 

Die. 

■ — Taps, stocks, and dies. 

DiET-ED-ING-ARY. 

DlFPER-ED-lNG. To differ. 

Can the difference be arranged? ...ewz 
— Difference. 
— Difference of latitude. 
— Difference of longitude 
— Different. 
—Different size. 
— Different speed. 
— Differently. 
— No difference. 

— Not much difference — between — and — . 
— Totally, or. Quite different. 
— Very different. 

— We {or parties indicated) differ. 
— What difference? 

DlEFICULT-Y. 

Entrance is difficult mfo 

Entrance is not difficult mfp 

Fire difficult to get at op 

— Great difficulty, or. Very difficult. 

—I am in difficulties ; direct me how to 

steer. 
— I find great difficulty in weighing. 

Is it a difficult anchorage to get away 
from? ELB 

Is the channel difficult? ilo 

— Is the river navigation difficult? 
—Is there any difficulty? 
— It is difficult to extricate. 
— It is very difficult. 

Landing is very difficult qbm 

— No difficulty. 

— Should there be any difficulty. 

— There is not much difficulty. 

You will find great difficulty in getting 

through the ice at — PCi 

— You will have great difficulty in obtain- 
ing water. 

DiG-GiNG-GER. Dug. 

DiGBST-ION-IVE-IBLE. 

Dilemma. 



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DIM— DISAPPEAR. 




DiM-NESS (Faint) --.mrb 




Bm^CT— Continued. 
Your original orders are cancelled. I 




Dime (Coin) ati 




am directed to inform you to proceed 

to — TH 

Direct (Straight). 


LAJ 


Dimension. 


LEK 


lak 


— Dimensions of — yard are — feet in 




Directly. (See Immediately) pdg 




length, — inches in the slings. 




Come directly jcq 


LAM 


— External dimensions. From out to out. 




Direct-action engine mao 


LAN 


— Internal dimensions. (In the clear. In- 


LEM 


—Direct to. 




side.) 




Directly (Immediately) .-.< pdg 


LAO 


— What are the dimensions of main yard? 




Directly you get bottom let go your 


LAP 


—What are the dimensions of your fore 




anchor ehv 




yard? 


LEN 


—Go direct. 
I will heavarto directly I have room. OSN 


LAQ 


Dtmtnish-ed-ing-utive-ution. 




Steer direct for the buoy (or, beacon) 




Has yellow fever diminished at— ?-Mwl 




gam 




Yellow fever has diminished at — .mwu 


LEO 


Direction (Position). 






LBP 


—In the direction— of. 




Dinar (Coin) aub 


LEQ 


— Indicate direction (or, position) — of — . 


LAR 


DiNE-D-ING-NEE. 


LBR 


Dirt-y-iness. 




Admiral, or. Senior ofiScer requests the 




Dirty shirts or linen vyo 




pleasure of your company to dinner, 








DKX 


LES 


DlSABLE-ING-ILITY. 




After dinner -DQU 




Am disabled; communicate with me.CL 


LAS 


— Eefore dinner. 


LET 


— Am, Is, or. Are disabled. 


LAT 


— Keep dinner for. 


LEU 


—Am, Is, or. Are not disabled. 


T,AU 


— People going on service to take their 




Capstan disabled hwa 




dinners with them. 


LEV 


— Disabled. 


LAV 


— Send dinner — for. 




Donkey engine disabled lko 


LAW 


—When will dinner be ready? What time 




Donkey pump disabled lkp 




is dinner? 




Engines broken down. I am disabled. 


LAX 


— Will you dine with me? 




BJ 

Engines broken down (or, disabled)-MCH i 


LAY 


Dinghy. 




Engines completely disabled mq 

Engines disabled ; can repair them in — 


LAZ 


Dioptric. Dioptric Light. 




hours MCL 

Have lost screw, or. Screw disabled.MS 


LBA 


DiP-PED-PING. 




Have passed steamer with machinery 


LEG 


— Dip your colors. Dip your ensign. 




disabled mt 

Have passed steamer with steering gear 


LED 


Diploma-cy-tic-ist. 




disabled mu 




Diplomatic agent dsp 




Have you seen disabled steamer? --.mv 
Machinery disabled mcn 


LEE 


DiPHTHERIA-IC. 




One engine disabled mcr 

One screw disabled ; can work the other. 


LEP 


DiRECT-ED-iNG. To DIRECT. (See also 




MW 




Instruct and Order.) 


LEW 


—Passed disabled ship at — . 




According to directions (or, orders) -DEM 




Passed disabled steamer at — mx 




Act as your judgment directs dib 




Rudder disabled; will you assist me? 


LEG 


— ^Am, Is, or, Are directed (or, ordered) 




(into port indicated, if necessary) .da 




to — (or, by — ). 




Ship disabled; will you tow me (into 




Eoard of directors.-- Goz 




port indicated)^. my 




Eook of Sailing Directions (indicate for 




Steering gear disabled mz 




what place, if necessary) gyx 


LEX 


— Too much disabled. 




Direct me how to steer wtv 


LEY 


—Tug is disabled. 




Directible torpedo xwm 








Direction (address) djh 


LBZ 


Disadvantage-ous-ly. 




Directions (instructions ) pnh 






LBH 


— Director. 


LCA 


DiSAPFECT-ED-ION. 


LEI 


— Directory for — . 




Crew disaffected; will network kcn 


LEJ 


— Give directions — that (for, or, to) — . 
Have you a Book of Sailing Directions? 


LOB 


— Serious disaffection in — . 




RO 


LCD 


Disagbee-d-ing-ment-able. 




I am directed to acquaint you dhi 


LCE 


—Landing safe, but very disagreeable. 




I am in danger (or, shoal water) ; direct 








me how to steer nl 




DiSALLOW-ED. Not allowed dzl 




I am in diflSculties ; direct me how to 








steer Kzu 


LCF 


DisaJ:«pkar-ed-ing. 




Sailing Directions (indicate for what 




Buoys have all disappeared hmi 




place, if necessary) vek 


LOG 


— Disappearance. 



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221 



DISAPPEAR— DISK. 



LCH 

LCI 

LCJ 

LCK 

LCM 

LCN 

LCO 
LCP 



LCQ 
LCR 
LCS 
LOT 
LCU 
LCV 



LOW 
LCX 



LCY 



LCZ 

LDA 
LDB 
LDC 



LDE 



LDF 
LDG 



LDH 

LDI 

LDJ 



Disappear — Continued. 
Has yellow fever disappeared at — ?.mwj 
Yellow fever has disappeared at — -MWv 

DiSAPPOINT-ED-ING-MENT. 
DiSAPPROVE-D-ING. 
DiSARM-ED-ING-AMENT. 
DiSASTER-ROUS-LY. 

disbelieve-d-ing. disbelief. 
Disc. Disk. 

DiSCHARGE-D-ING. 

— Can I discharge at pier? 
Discharge-d-ing cargo ial 

Discharge cargo as soon as possible.iAM 
— Discharge pipes out of order. 
— Discharge valves out of order. 
— Discharged for. 
— Discharged from. 
— Discharged in. 
— Discharged on the — . 
I am discharging (or, taking in) powder 
or explosives. 

Flag B, or, Code Flag over B 
I have received orders for you to dis- 
charge cargo at — 1--SR 

— I shall discharge. 

Must discharge cargo to repair damages, 

KJR 

— Obliged to discharge. 

Owners desire me to inform you to dis- 
charge cargo first at (place indicated), 

ST 

Send flats to discharge cargo iaz 

When do you commence discharging 
cargo? - IBJ 

Where did you discharge cargo? ibl 

Without discharging cargo ibo 

You will discharge cargo — ^at — ibq 



DlSCIPLINE-D-ING. 

DiscLOSE-D-iNG. (Divulge) lu 

discolor-ed-ing-ation. 

Disconnect. 
— Disconnected-ing. 

—Does disconnecting affect your steering? 

Let your wheels (or, screw) revolve 

without disconnecting QOb 

DiSCONTENT-ED-LY-MENT. 

Crew discontented; will not work -KCO 

DiSCONTINUE-D-ING-ATION. 

— Discontinue repeating signals. 
Light, or. Floating light is discontinued 

(or, gone) --QSG 

Your agent (or agent specified) has dis- 
continued business dtp 

DiSCOUNT-ED ING. 

— At a discount. 

— WTiat is the discount? 



LDK 



LDM 
LDN 
LDO 
LDP 
LDQ 
LDR 
LDS 
LDT 
LDU 

LDV 

LDW 
LDX 



LDY 
LDZ 



LEA 

LEB 

LEC 

LED 

LEF 

LEG 

LEH 

LEI 

LEJ 



LEK 

LBM 

LEN 

LEO 

LEP 
LEQ 
LEB 
LES 



DiSCOURAGE-D-ING. 

Discourtesy ( Incivility) pgi 

Discover-ed-ing-able-y. 

■Can you discover? 
— Have, or. Has been discovered. 

Have, or. Has not been discovered. 
— Have you been discovered? 
— Have you discovered? 
— I made the discovery. 
— What have you discovered? 
— When did you discover? 

Discredit-ed-ing-ablb-y. 

Discretion-al. Discreetly. 
— Use you own discretion. 



Disouss-ED-iNG-ioN. ( Controversy. ) 

DisEASE-D. (See also Sick. ) 
A contagious disease on board (or at 

place indicated) -Gpq 

Contagious disease Jsc 

Disease, or. Sickness is contagious ..vb 
Disease, or. Sickness is not contagious, 

vc 
I have (or, have had) a dangerous infec- 
tious disease on board. 

Code Flag over l 
— Infectious disease. 

Is disease (or, sickness) contagious?- va 
— Venereal disease. 

Disembark- ATION. 

— Disembarked-ing. 

— Have, or. Has been disembarked. 

— Passengers will have to be disembarked. 

— Prepare to disembark — at — . 

— Shall, or. Will be disembarked. 

— To be disembarked. 

Troops are ready to disembark ybo 

Where will passengers have to be dis- 
embarked? - TDV 

DiSENGAGE-D-ING-MENT. 

DiSGUISE-D-ING. To DISGUISE. 

I have been chased by a disguised war 
vessel INP 

— I saw war vessel (or, vessels) disguised 
off—. 
Keep a good lookout, as it is reported 
enemy's war vessels are going about 

■ in disguise of merchantmen OJ 

— Passed a war vessel disguised; funnel 
(or, funnels) — . Here give the color 
or the design of the line of steamers 
that it may be an imitation of. 

DiSORACE-D-ING-FULLY. 
DiSHONEST-y-LY. 

Dishonor-ed-able-ably. 

disinpect-ed-ing-ant. 

Disk. Disc lcn 



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DISLIKE— DISTINGUISH. 



LET 
LEU 

LEV 
LEW 



LEX 

LEY 
LEZ 

LFA- 
LFB 



LFC 
LED 
LFE 

LEG 



LFH 
LFI 
LFJ 
LFK 



LFM 
LPN 
LFO 
LFP 



LPQ 

LFR 
LFS 

LET 

LEU 

LEV 

LEW 
LEX 



DiSLIKE-D-ING. 
DiSLOCATB-D-ING-ION. 

Arm dislocated evj 

DiSMANTLE-D-ING. 
DiSMAST-ED-ING. 

Lost the (or, her) masts raz 

Vessel seen (or, indicated) lost her masts, 

EBP 

When did you lose your masts? rmj 

DlSMISS-Er*-ING-AL. 

Disobey -ED-iNG-DiENCE. 

— Disobey-ed-ing-dience of orders. 

DiSOEDER-BD-LY. 

— Is, or, Are in great disorder. 

DiSPATCH-ED-ING. TO DISPATCH. (See 

Despatch) kwv 

DiSPENSE-D-ING — WITH. 

— Can spare {or, dispense with). 

— Can you spare (or, dispense with)? 

DiSPERSE-D-ING. 

Convoy to disperse and make for desti- 
nation IS 

Convoy to disperse and reassemble at 
rendezvouz ( or place indicated) it 

Convoy to spread as far as possible, keep- 
ing within signal distance iz 

DiSPLACE-D-ING-MENT. 
DlSPLAY-ED-ING. 
DiSPLEASE-D-ING-URE. 
DiSPOSE-D-ING-AL. 

An opportunity for selling (or, disposing 

of) SEV 

An opportunity of disposing of cargo, 

HZQ 

— At my own disposal. 
—At your disposal. 
— Can dispose of. 
-^Can not dispose of. 
Dispose of cargo as soon as possible, 

IAN 

— For disposal. 

— Have you disposed of? 

— Not disposed of. 

DiSPROVE-D. 
DiSPUTE-D-ING-ABLE. 
DiSQUALIPY-IED-IOATION. 
DiSREGARD-ED-ING. 

— Disregard leader's movements. Disre- 
gard motions. 

Dissatisfied. Dissatisfaction. (Discon- 
tent) LDE 



LEY DiSSENT-BD-ING-SION. 



LEZ 
LGA 



LGB 



LGC 



LGD 

LGB 



LGF 



LGH 
LGI 
LGJ 
LGK 

LGM 
LGN 



LGO 
LGP 



LGQ 

LGR 
LGS 
LGT 



LGU 



LGV 
LGW 

LGX 



LGY 
LGZ 
LHA 



DiSSOLVE-D-ING-UTION. 

— Dissolution of partnership. 
Congress, Parliament, Assembly (or 
other legislative body) is dissolved. fbj 



Distance. 
At — (time indicated) — (place indi- 
cated) bore — , distant — mUes ed 

Bearings and distance of qbf 

Can not make out your flags; come 
nearer (or, make Distant Signals). vm 
— Communicate by Distant Signals. 
Convoy to spread as far as possible, 

keeping within signal distance iz 

Course and distance jzg 

— Distant. 

— Distant Signals (when spoken of). (See 
page 533. ) 

Extend-ed-ing your distance mpn 

How far oflf ? What distance? mta 

— I am going to communicate by Distant 
Signals. 
I wish to signal ; will you come within 

easy signal distance vj 

Keep within signal distance pzu 

— Make Distant Signals. 
— Miles distant (or, from). 
— Not sufficient distance. 
Sufficient distance. 

What distance? How far off? mta 

— What distance off is? 
What distance were you — from? 
What are the bearing and distance of — 

(place or vessel indicated)1 eo. 

What is the distance — to? 
When I have run my distance I shall put 
her head off until — . 



Distil-led-ling-ler-y-lation. 



DiSTlNCT-LY-ION-IVE-NESS. 

— Distinct enough. 
— Your signal is not distinct, 
tion doubtful. 



Interpreta- 



Distinguish-ed-ing-able. (See also Make 
Out.) 
Calls the attention of the vessel whose 

distinguishing signal follows dr 

—Can you, or. Could you distinguish? 
— Can you distinguish what — (vessel in- 
dicated) has hoisted? 
— Can not distinguish her (or, your) colors. 
Can not distinguish your signal flags; 
come nearer, (or, make Distant Sig- 
nals) __, VM 

— Distinguishing vane. 
— I can not distinguish (or, see). 
—Plainly distinguishable. I saw it very 
plainly. 
Repeat your distinguishing signal ; the 

flags were not made out dtj 

Show your distinguishing signal dv 

Signal not understood, although the 

flags are distinguished wcx 

Vessel has not shown her number (or, 

distiiiguishing signal) slh 

Vessels just arrived, show your distin- 
guishing signals DX 



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DISTINGUISH— DO. 



LHB 



LHC 



LHD 

LHE 

LHG 



LHI 



LHJ 
LHK 



LHM 



LHN 
LHO 

LHP 

LHQ 

LHR 
LHS 

LHT 

LHU 



DiSTiNQTJiSH — Continued. 

Vessels just weighed (or, leaving), show 
your distinguishing signals dz 

Vessels that wish to be reported all 
well, show your distinguishing sig- 
nals DYT 

Vessels that wish to he reported on 
leaving, show your distinguishing 
signals .^eb 

Vessels that wish to be reported, show 

your distinguishing signals ea 

— ^Your signal flags can not be distin- 
guished. 

DiSTBESS-ED. 

Boat in distress (bearing, if necessary), 

ES 

Did you see avessel in distress? Itd 

— Distressed for want of coal. 
— Distressed for want of food. 
— ^Distressed for want of water. 
— ^Distressed seaman. 
Do you think we ought to pass a vessel 

in this distressed condition 1 ne 

Have you seen or heard of a vessel 

wrecked or in distress ? __ zu 

— How long have you ( or vessel indicated ) 
been in such distress ? 
I will assist you (or vessel in distress), 

FGI 

I will remain by you (or vessel in dis- 
tress) AI 

In distress ; want assistance NS 

In DISTRESS; WANT IMMEDIATE ASSIST- 
ANCE* NO 

*See Distress Signals, page 7. 

Is not vessel (bearing if necessary) in 
distress? NT 

— Put in, in distress. 

— Relieve vessel in distress. 

Signals of distress WCY 

Signals of distress in — (direction indi- 
cated) wcz 

— Strange sail (or vessel indicated) is (or, 
was) in distress. 
Vessel indicated in distress, wants im- 
mediate assistance nw 

Vessel indicated appears in distress. -NX 
Vessel on — (bearing indicated) is mak- 
ing signals of distress wdp 

DiSTRIBUTE-D-ING-ION. 

District— OF — . 

Agricultural district— of — — dul 

Mining district — of — BtJQ 

DiSTBUST-ED-ING-PUL-LY. 
DiSTURB-ED-ING-ANCE. 

Atmospheric disturbance fjp 

— ^Disturbance is quelled. 

— ^Disturbance on shore (or, at — ). 

I have no cargo to disturb my com- 
JHU 



Ditch. 
Ditto. 



LHV 

LHW 

LHX 

LHY 

LHZ 

LIA 



LIB 
Lie 
LID 
LIE 



LIF 



JilG 
LIH 



LIJ 



LIK 



LIM 
LIN 



DlVE-D-ING-B. 

Artificer diver. _ bzq 

— Can you lend me a diver 1 

— Diver's gear. 

— Diver's helmet. 

— Diver's pump. 

— Diver's telephone. 

Diving apparatus erg 

Diving bell- -Gbo 

— Diving dress. 

— Have you (or vessel indicated) a diver 1 

— Require diver to clear screw. 

— Require diver to examine bottom. 



DiVIDE-D-ING-SION. DIVISIBLE. 

Divisional boat - gsk 



Dividend. 

Divine Service. 

Djerib. (Square -measure) axp 

Divulge-d-ing. 

Do, Did, Doing, Done. bmf 

After it was done dqy 

Badly done frj 

Can, or, May do (or, be done) blt 

Can, or. May do it blu 

Can, or. May have done (or, been done), 

blv 

Can, or. May it be done? blw 

Can you (or person indicated) do it? 

dep 
Cannot, or, May not do (or, be done), 

BLX 

Can not, or, May not do it bly 

Can not, or, May not have done (or, 
been done) blz 

Could, or, Might do (or, be done) ..bma 
Could, or. Might have done (or, been 

done) ..' BMC 

Could, or. Might not do (or, be done), 

bmd 
Conld. or, Might not have done (or-, been 

done) bme 

—Do all. 

Do, Does, Did, Doing, Done bmf 

Do, Does, or, Did he (she, it, or per- 
sons or things indicated) ? btq 

Do, Does, or. Did his (her-s, it-s)?..BMG 
Do, Does, or. Did I (my, mine)? ...bmh 

Do, Does, or. Did not bmi 

Do, Does, or, Did that (or, this)? ..bmj 

Do, Does, or. Did the? bmk 

Do, Does, or, Did there? bml 

Do, or, Did these (or,' those)? bmn 

Do, Does, or, Did they (their-s)?.--BM0 

Do, Does, or, Did we (our-s)? bmf 

Do, Does, or, Didyou-r-s? .bmq 

Do not let him (her, it, or person indi- 
cated) — have btr 

— Do what is to be done. 

Do you think it will be? xpy 

— Doing well. 

Easily done deg 

Had, Has, or. Have done (or, been done) , 

bmb 



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DO. 



LIO 



LIP 



LIQ 



LIR 



Do — Continued. 
Had. Has, or. Have not done (or, been 

done) BMS 

Had, or. Have I done? bmt 

Had, or, Have they done? bmtj 

Had, or. Have we done? bmv 

Had, or. Have you done? bmw 

Has it been done (accomplished) ?.-DEH 

Having done bmx 

He, She, It {or persons or things indi- 
cated) does (do, or, did) buh 

He, She, It (or persons or things indi- 
cated) does (do, or, did) not bui 

He, She, It, {or persons or things indi- 
cated) had (has, or, have) done (or, 

is, or, are doing) btjl 

He, She, It (or persons or things indi- 
cated) had (has, or, have) not done 

(or, is, or, are not doing) bup 

He, She, It (or persons or things indi-> 
cated) should (ur, would) do (or, be 

done BVN 

He, She, It (or persons or things indi- 
cated) should (or, would) not do (or, 

be done) bvr 

How do (does, or, did)? bxl 

How do (or, did) you? bxm 

I do (or, did) bmy 

I do (or, did) not bmz 

— I do not think it will be. 

I do not think it will do xqb 

I had (or, have) done bna 

I had (or, have) not done — bnc 

I shall (or, will) do bnd 

I shall (or, will) not do bne 

I should (or, would) do bnf 

I should (or, would) not do bng 

— I will do it if I can. 
If he (she, it, or persons or things in- 

dicatedy Aoes (do, or, did) byh 

If he (she, it, or persons or things in- 
dicated) does (do, or, did) not byi 

If I do (or, did) bzf 

If I do (or, did) not Bza 

— If I were you, I should not do it. 

If it can (or, may) be done bzr 

If it can not (or. may not) be done.BZS 

If they do (or, did) cam 

If they do (or, did) not can 

If we do (or, did) cbf 

If we do (or, did) not CBa 

If you do (or, did) CBW 

If you do (or, did) not CBX 

Is it done? ...bnh 

Is it not to be done? bni 

Is it to be done? bnj 

It, etc. (See He, above. ) 

It can (or, may) be done bnk 

It can not (or, may not) be done.-.BNL 

It could (or, might) be done. bnm 

It could (or, might) not be done bno 

It has (or, had) been done bnp 

It has (or, had) not been done bnq 

It ought not to be done bns 

It ought to be done bne 

It shall (or, will) be done bnt 

It shall (or, will) not be done bnu 

It will do BNV 

—It will do very well. 
May, etc. (See Can, above. ) 
Might, etc.. (See Could, aboue.) 



LIS 



LIT 



LIU 



Do — Continued. 

Must do (or, be doiie) cen 

Must not do (or, be done) cew 

Not doing-- .. --Crp 

Not doing well zbl 

Not done CFQ 

Not easily done -.- dei 

Not to be done -.cai 

— Now doing. 

Ought I to— do? CHQ 

Ought to do (or, be done) CHZ 

Shall, or, "Will do (or, be done) .--Bnw 
Shall, or, Will have done (or, be done), 

BNX 

Shall, or, "Will he (she, it, or persons 

or things indicated) do (or, be done) ? 

bwp 

Shall, or. Will he (she, it, or persons 

or things indicated) not do (or, be 

done)? bwj 

Shall, or, Will not do (or, be done). bnt 
Shall, or. Will not have done (or, been 

done) - BNZ 

Shall, or, Will they do it?-- boa 

Shall, or. Will they not do it? BOC 

Shall, or, Will you doit? BOD 

Shall, or. Will you not do it? boe 

Should, or. Would do (or, be done)-BOF 
Should, or, Would have done (or, been 

done) BOG 

Should, or. Would he (she, it, or per- 
sons or things indicated) do (or, be 

done) Bwo 

Should, or. Would he (she, it, or per 
sons or things indicated) not do (or, 

be done)? bwt 

Should, or. Would not do (or, be done), 

BOH 

Should, or, Would not have done (or, 

been done) BOI 

They do (or, did) BOJ 

They do (or, did) not bok 

They had (or, have) done bol 

They had (or, have) not done bom 

To be done — -CNR 

To do -CNT 

— Very well done. 

Was, or. Were done (or, doing) bon 

Was, or, Were not done (or, doing) -BOP 

We do (or. did) -BOQ 

We do (or, did) not bor 

We had (or, have) done bos 

We had (or, have) not done bot 

— Well done. 
What, or. Which do (does, or, did)?-CQB 
What, or. Which does (do, or, did) he 

(she, it, or persons or things indi- 

cated)1 CQD 

What, or. Which do (or, did) they (we, 

or, you)? CQE 

What, or. Which shall (or, will) I (or, 

we) do? CQL 

What, or. Which shall (or, will) they 

(or, you) do?---, cqn 

What, or, Which should (or, would) I 

(or, we) do? . cqr 

What, or. Which should (or, would) they 

(or, you) do? CQS 

When do (does, or, did)? crb 

When does (do, or, did) he (she, it, or 
persons or things indicated)"! CRD 



Paet il. 



GENERAL VOCABULARY. 



225 



DO— DOUBLE. 



LIV 



LIW 
LIX 



LIY 

LIZ 

LJA 

LJB 

LJC 

LJD 

LJE 

LJF 

LJG 

LJH 

LJI 

LJK 

LJM 

LJN 

LJO 

LJP 
LJQ 
LJB 



LJS 
LJT 



LJU 



LJV 
LJW 



Do — Continued. 

When do {or, did) I {or, we)? cke 

When do {or, did) they {or, you)?-.CRF 

When done with ... .org 

When shall {or, will) I (they, we, or, 

you) do? CRY 

When shall (or, will) it be done?. _ -Crx 

Where do (does, or, did)?.. ..csx 

Where do {or, did) I {or, we)? csy 

Where do {or, did) they {or, you)?--CSZ 

— Where is it to take place (or, to be done)? 

Who do (does, or, did)? cue 

Why do (does, or, did)? ovg 

Why do (does, or, did) not? cvh 

Why do {or, did) yon? cvi 

Why do {or, did) you not?. _.CVJ 

Will, etc. {See Shall, above.) 

Will it do? BOTJ 

Will not do BOV 

Will you do it? CWE 

Would, etc. {See Shoiild, above. ) 

You do {or, did) bow 

You ido {or. did) not? box 

You had {or, have) done boy 

You had {or, have) p.ot done boz 



DOCK-ED-ING. 

— Do you go into dry dock? Will you have 
to go into dry dock? 
Dock authorities png 

— Dock dues. 

— Dock laborer. 

— Dockers' Union. 

— Docks — at — . 

— Dry dock. 

— Floating dock. 

— Graving dock. 

— In dock. 

— Is there any dry dock here? 

— Must go into dry dock. 

— No dry dock nearer than — . 

— Out of dock. 

—Tidal dock. 

— Undock-ed-ing. 

— Wet dock. 

What is the depth over sill? kvh 

— What is the length of dock at — ? 
— ^When do you come out of dry dock? 
— When were you last docked? 

Will you have to go into dry dock, or. 
Do you go into dry dock? Lix 

Wish to enter port or dock tm 

Docket. 

Dockyard. 
Dockyard authorities enh 

Doctor. 
Accident; want a surgeon {or, doctor), 

AM 

— Doctor, or, Surgeon is away. 
— Doctor, or. Surgeon shall be sent for. 
Doctor, or. Surgeon wants assistance, 

EGP 
Doctor, or. Surgeon will come imme- 
diately WN 

Have you a doctor {or, surgeon)?- --WK 

I am in want of a doctor {or, medical 

assistance) ■ fgl 



LJX 



LJY 
LJZ 



LKA 
LKB 



LKC 
LKD 

LKE 

LKF 

LKG 
LKH 

LKI 
LKJ 



LKM 



LKN 
LKO 
LKP 

LKQ 
LKR 

LKS 



LKT 
LKU 



LKV 
LKW 



LKX 
LKY 
LKZ 



Doctor — Continued. 
May I send a sick person to- see your 
doctor {or, surgeon)? wl 

— No doctor {or, surgeon). 
No doctor {or, surgeon) available.-WM 
Surgeon, or. Doctor shall be sent for, 

LJW 

Want a doctor {or, surgeon) ; send me 
one from the nearest place wo 

Want a surgeon {or, doctor). Medical 
assistance wanted fgl 

Will your doctor {or, surgeon) come on 
board? wp 



Document. (See also Paper. ) 
— Bring all your documents {or, papers) . 
Papers and documents tal 

Dog. 

— Dog watch. 

Doing. {See Do) bmf 

Dollar. {Coin) atj 

Dolphin. 
Dolphin striker. 

Dome. 

Domestic-ate-d-ing-ity. 

Dominion. 

— His, or. Her Majesty's dominions. 



Domingo, Santo. 
Colors. 

Don. 



Santo Domingo 



Done. (See Do) bmf 

Donkey. {Animal.) 

Donkey Boiler gwv 

Donkey boiler burst gwx 

Donkey boiler damaged gw y 

— Donkey engine. 

— Donkey engine disabled. 

— Donkey pump disabled. 

Door. 

— Manhole door. 

— Water-tight door. 



doppelzentner. 
Dose. 



{Measure of weight), 

ZNL 



DOT-TED-ING. 

Dot between initials. -Code Flag over f 

Double-d-y-ing. Dual. 

—Double acting-ion. 

Double altitude .-EDI 

Double bottom. - hay 

— Double expansion engine. 

—Double reef -ed. 

—Double topsail. 
Double topsail yard xwd 



76564—09 15 



226 



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Pakt IL 



DOUBLOON— DRIVE. 




Doubloon. (Coin) -- 


-ATK 




Drachme. (Measure of weight) ban 


T,MA 


r)OUBT-!ED-rUL-LY. 

Any doubt - 


-.EOT 


LMW 


Drapt-ed-ing. . 


LMB 


—Doubtless. No doubt. 




LMX 


Dbag-ged-ging. To drag. 




I doubt if it is possible 


--TQB 




Anchor drag-ged-ging eha 




I doubt your {or, my) ability to — 


.CYB 


LMY 


—Drag rope. 




If you have any doubt 


--EPS 




Dragging (driving) lnv 




No doubt. Doubtless 


-LMB 








Your signal is not distinct ; interpreta- 


LMZ 


Drain-ed-ing-age. 




tion doubtful 


--LGT 


LNA 


Main drain rgj 

Draught. (See also Draw. ) 


LMC 


Dover's powders. 




LNB 


— Black draught. 
Coal req^res much draught iwr 


LMD 


Down. 






Draught of water yvc 




Batten-ed-ing down 


-FYK 


LNC 


—My draught of water is — feet — inches 




Broken down 


-HJX 




aft. 




Chronometer has run down 


--GQ 


LND 


— My draught of water is — feet — inches 




Cut down 


--KHI 




forward. 




Down channel- - 


-.ILK 




What draught of water in feet could 


LME 


— Down the river. 






you lighten to? ob 


LMF 


— Down to — . 






What is your draught of water? oc 


LMG 


— Downcast. 






Very bad draught prv 


LMH 


— Downfall. 




LNE 


— Very fair.dranght. 


LMI 


— Downhearted. 




LNF 


—Very good draught. 


LMJ 


— Downwards. 










Ensign union downwards - - 

Fell down 


-MEJ 
--MVI 


LNG 


Drawing. Drew. To Draw. (Sketch.) 




Haul down your ensign 


-MEN 








Haul the jib down 


--OPE 


LNH 


Draw-ing. Drew. (See also Draught.) 




Haul down 


-ONY 




Draught lna 




Heave her dovra 


--OSA 


LNI 


— Draw fires. 




Helm is down 


..OTP 




Drawbridge hgp 




Holding-down bolts loose 


-GYA 




Drawing too much water nz 




Hull down 


-OZY 




I draw — feet aft and — feet forward. 




I have sunk (or, run down) a vessel-HK 




OA 




Let your fires down 


.NAM 




What is your draught of water? oc 


LMK 


— Not far down. 










Price has gone down (fallen) 


-MRW 


LNJ 


Drawback. 




Sea going, gone down 


.VKZ 






LMN 


— Up and down — the — . 




LNK 


Dredge-ding. 


LMO 


— Upside down. 




LNM 


— Dredger. 




Vessel indicated (or in direction indi- 


LNO 


—Keep, or, Pass the dredger on your port 




cated) is supposed to have gone down, 




side. 






NOY 


LNP 


— Keep, or. Pass the dredger on your star- 




W hen the breeze goes down 


..HGI 




board side. 




When the moon goes down 


..RZC 






LMP 


—When the sea has gone down. 




LNQ 


Dress-ed-ing. 


LMQ 


— When will you drop down? 






Diving dress lib 

Dress-ed-ing ship vxi 




Downcast 


-LMG 




Full dress.-- nso 

Properly dressed _ tzp 


LMR 


downton pump. 

Downwards 


-LMJ 


LNR 


Drew. (See Draw) lnh 

Driet-ed-ing. 


LMS 


Dozen. 






I am drifting, want assistance cm 


LMT 


— Half dozen. 




LNS 


— You are (or vessel indicated is) drifting. 


LMU 


— How many dozen can you spare? 










Send a — dozen cases of — 


--IDE 


LNT 


Drinking. Drank. 
Drunk-en-ness - - - . -.loj 




Draa, or. Pike. [Measure of length) 


-AVU 


LNU 


Drive. Drove. Driven. (Carried by 


LMV 


Drab. (Color.) 




LNV 


wind or sea. ) 
—Driving. Dragging. 




Drachm. (Measure of weight) 


.BAK 




Danger of driving (or, parting) kjz 

Driven by stress of weather yza 




Drachma. (Coin) ... 


.ATL 




Driven on shore" near — . VZH 

Driving ; I can veer no more cable. I 




Drachma. ( Measure of weigh t) 


— BAI 




have no more anchors to let go nk 



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227 



DRIVE— DURING. 



LNW 
LNX 

LNY 
LNZ 
LOA 

LOB 



LOG 



LOD 

LOE 
LOF 

LOG 

LOH 

LOI 

LOJ 

LOK 

LOM 



LON 
LOP 

LOQ 
LOR 



LOS 

LOT 

LOU 
LOV 



Drive — Continued. 

Driving ; parted from anchors eia 

Drove on the rocks -- - loe 

■We are driving. 

Driver, or, Spanker. 
Spanker, or. Driver boom ozv 

Spanker, or, Driver boom sprang -.Gzw 

Drizzle-d-ing. 

Drogue. 

Droit. 
Droits of admiralty dlw 



Drop-eed-ping. 
Drop a kedge. Bring to with a kedge, 

PXV 

Drop astern — of.- rm 

Drop boat gsu 

— Drop down with the tide. 
Make sail, or, Go ahead and drop a boat 

on board dvn 

Time ball drops at — ftj 

When does time ball drop? ftk 

When will yon drop down? lmq 



-LNU 



Drought. 

Drove. (See aZso Drive) - 
— Drove on the rocks. 



Drown. 
Accident happened; drowned; drown- 
ing DCH 

— Drowned-ing. 

Drug-ged-ging-gist. 

Drum. 

Drunk-en-ness. 

Charged with drunkenness imb 

— Drunkard. 

Dry-ied-ing. To Dry. 
Do you go into dry dock? Will you 
have to go into dry dock? Lix 

— ^Dry. Dryness. 

— Dry at low water. 
Dry dock ^ ljc 

— Dry rot. 

—High and dry. 

Is there any dry dock here? ljg 

Must go into dry dock ljh 

No dry dock nearer than — : LJI 

When do you come out of dry dock?-LJQ 

Dual lkv 

Ducat. (Coin) -Atm 

Duchess. Duke loy 

Duck. 



LOW 



LOX 



Due. 

Duly 

— Due at. 
— Due from. 



.LPA 



LOY 
LOZ 

LPA 
LPB 
LPC 
LPD 

LPE 



LPF 
LPG 
LPH 



LPI 
LPJ 
LPK 



LPM 
LPN 
LPO 



LPQ 



LPR 

LPS 

LPT 

LPU 

LPV 

LPW 

LPX 



Due — Continued. 

— Due on. 

Due to arrive — at eyd 

Mail is due on — -— Rfe 

Dues. {Fees. ) 

Dock dues liy 

Harbor dues omx 

• Light dues .--QSB 

Dug LAG 

DuiM. {Measure of length) avo 

Duke. Duchess. 

dull-ness. 
Business dull hnu 

Duly. 

Dumb. 

Dunnage. 

Duplicate. 
Have you a duplicate {or, copy) — of? 

JWB 

— I can supply you with a duplicate of 
engine (part. mentioned). 

I have no duplicate :_--jwc 

— In duplicate. 
— ^Send a duplicate. 
— Send the duplicate. 

Take, or, Make a duplicate {or, copy), 

JWD 

Durable-ness-ility. 
Duration. 

During. 

Arrived during the day Exv 

Arrived during the night exw 

— During a gale. 

— During a thick fog. 

— During meal hours. 
During my absence {or, the absence of 

— ) DAX 

— During the — {or, a — ). 

During the cruise .kfa 

During the day knp 

—During the fog. 

— During the gale. Whilst the gale lasts. 
During the monsoon {or, trades) — ryj 
—During the night. 
—During the passage {or, voyage). 
— During the time in harbor. 
— During the war. 
—I shall lie-to during the night. 
I shall steer — during the night ---wtz 
I will keep close to you during the 

night ivr 

Keep close during the fog pyo 

Keep me in sight during the night 
{bearing to follow, if necessary) - . pyv 

Passed during the night tcq 

Pay strict attention to signals during 

the night dt 

Shall signal with steam whistle {or, 
siren) during fog {or, darkness) --WE 



228 



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Part II. 



DURING— EAST. 



LPY 

LPZ 

LQA 

LQB 

LQC 
LQD 
LQE 
LQF 

LQG 



LQH 
LQI 

LQJ 
LQK 

LQM 
LQN 



LQO 
LQP 

LQE 



LQS 



LQT 

LQU 

LQV 

LQW 

LQX 

LQY 

LQZ 



During — Continued. 

Spoke several vessels during the pas- 
sage vsu 

Will you keep close to me during the 
night? IVK 

D0SK-Y-INESS. 

As soon as it is dusk fbn 

— Before it is dusk. 

DUST-Y. 

Gold dust ODK 

Dutch-man. Dutch Colors. 

Duty. 

— A great neglect of duty. 

— Neglect of duty. 

— Will do his {or, its) duty very well. 

Duty. (Customs.) 

Custom-house duties kgv 

Duties are altered ech 

Export duties MPC 

Import duties peo 

— Is there any duty on? 

— Without duty. 

Dye-d-ing-ek. 
— Dyewoods. 

Dying. 

— Dying at the rate of — a day. 
Dying for want of water nf 

Dynamite-r. 

Dynamo. 

Dysentery. Case op dysentery idl 

Dyspepsia-tic. 



E. (Letter.) (For new method of spelling, 
seepage 13.) 

Each. 

■Each of the (or, them). 
— Each of us (or, our). 

Each of you (or, your). 

Each other. 
— Each ship. 

■Each way. 



LRA 
LRB 

LRC 

LRD 
LRE 

LRF 

LRG 
LRH 

LRI 

LRJ 

LRK 
LRM 
LRN 
LRO 

LRP 
LRQ 

LRS 



LRT 
LRU 

LRV 



LRW 

LRX 
LRY 



LRZ 

LSA 
LSB 



LSC 



LSD 



LSE 
LSF 



Eager-ly-ness. 

Eagle. (Bird.) 

Eagle. (Coin) atn 

Ear. 

Earing. 

— Reef earing. 

Earl. 

Early. Early — in. 
— Earlier. * Earliest. 

Eakn-ed-ing. To earn. 

Earnest-ly-ness. 

Earth. 

— Earth circuit. 
— Earth current. 
— Earth plate. 

Earthenware. ( China ) ipc 

Earthquake. 
Earthwork. 

Ease-d-ing. . To ease. 

Ahead easy. Go ahead easy lh 

Astern easy. Go astern easy lk 

Ease her. Reduce speed mp 

— Ease off. 

— Easier. Easiest. 
Easily accomplished (done) deg 

— Easy. Easily. 

Easy ahead lh 

Easy astern lk 

— Easy sail. Keep under easy ^ail. 
Fire can easily be got at.-- on 

— Go easy. 

— I shall keep under easy sail. 

Not easily accomplished (done) dei 

Not easy landing on the beach . Scarcely 
prudent to land pzx 

— Under easy sail. 

— Which is the easiest? 

— With the greatest ease. 



East. (Compass in degrees) aeu 

East. ( Compass in points) aqu 

— ^Easterly -em-ing-ward. 
Alongshore to the eastward of — (dis- 
tance in miles may follow) eao 

East India cargo hza 

East India Government ofr 

Eastlndiaman phw 

East longitude qyz 

— From the eastward. 

North-east-erly-ern-ing- ward-er SJM 

On. or. At the east coast of — iyh 

On, or. At the N.E. coast of — lYG 

On. or. At the S.E. coast of — iyj 

South -east-erly-eming- ward-er wli 

— To, or, For the eastward. 
Too far to the eastward. 



Part II. 



GENERAL VOCABULARY. 



229 



EASTER— ELIGIBLE. 



LSG 
LSH 



LSI 
LSJ 

LSK 



LSM 
LSN 
LSO 
LSP 



LSQ 
LSR 

LST 

LSU 

L8V 

LSW 

LSX 

LSY 

LSZ 

LTA 

LTB 
LTC 
LTD 

LTE 

LTF 
LTG 

LTH 



LTI 

LTJ 

LTK 
LTM 

LTN 
LTO 

LTP 



LTQ 

LTR 

LTS 
LTU 

LTV 
LTW 



Easter. 

After Easter dqt 

— Before Easter. 

Easy-ily. (.Sfee Ease) lev 

Eat-ing-en-ablb. 
— Worm eaten. 

Ebb-ed-ing. 

Bar is impassable for boats on the ebb 
tide -- E(j 

Do not ab^andon the vessel till the tide 

has ebbed ad 

—Ebb sets — . 
—Ebb tide. 

— How will the ebb set? 
— -When the ebb makes. 

"When will the tide ebb? --xi 

Ebonite. 

Ebony. 

Eccentbic-ity-al. 
Eccentric bar broken pwj 

— ^Eccentric gear. 

— ^Eccentric pulleys loose. 

— Eccentric rod bent. 

— ^Eccentric rod broken. 

— Eccentric sheaves out of order. 

— ^Eccentric strap broken. 

ECLIPSE-D-ING. 
ECONOMY-IC-IOAIi-IZE. 

— Economize-d-ing fuel. 
— Most economical speed. 

Ecuador. Ectjadoe Colors. 

Eddy. 

— Eddy tide. 

Edge-d-ing. Edgewise. 
Water's edge ywn 



Edition. Editor. 
Educatb-d-ing-ion. 

Educe-tion, 

— Eduction gear. 

— Eduction pipe out of order. 

— Eduction port. 

Can a landing be effected? Can boats 

land? EW 

Have, or, Has the desired effect- --kwq 

The desired effect Kwu 

Try to effect ^^^ 

Efpective-ly. 

Eefectual-ly. 

Ebfervesce-d-ing-nce. 
—Effervescing drink. 

Epficient-ly-cy. 

— May be made efficient. 



LTX 

LTY 



LTZ 

LUA 

LUB 

LUC 

LUD 
LUE 
LUP 
LUG 

LUH 
LUI 

LUJ 
LUK 
LUM 



LUN 
LUO 

LUP 
LUQ 



LUR 

LUS 

LUT 

LUV 

LUW 

LUX 

LUY 

LUZ 

LVA 

LVB 

LVC 

LVD 

LVE 

LVF 

LVG 

LVH 

LVI 

LVJ 

LVK 



LVM 
LVN 
LVO 
LVP 



Effort. 

— Use utmost efforts (exertions, or, en- 
deavors) — to. 

Egg. 

Egypt-ian. Egyptian Colors. 

Egyptian Pound, or, Lira ato 

ElGHT-H-LY. 
ElGHTEEN-TH. 

Either. Either one. 
—Either of the (or, them). 
— Either of us, our-s. 
— Either of you-r-s. 

Ejbct-ed-ion-ment. 
— Ejector. 

El. '{Measure of length) AWJ 

Elapse-d. 

Elastic-ity. 

Elbow. 

Elder. (Older) SQi 

Eldest. (Oldest) sqj 



Elect -ed-ing-ion. 
— Is, or, are elected ■ 



for — . 



Electric- AL-LY-iTY. 

— Electric battery. 

Electric bell gep 

Electric brush hkn 

Electric cable hrb 

— Electric circuit. 

— Electric current. 

— Electric engine. 

— Electric fuze. 

— Electric launch. 

— Electric light. 

— Electric light installation. 

— Electric machine. 

— ^Electric mine. 

— Electric motor. 

— Electrical communication. 

— Electrician. 

— Electro contact. 

— Electro contact mine. 

— Electro magnet. 

— Keep electric light on — . 

— Search light, or, Electric projector 

—Turn off electric light. 

— Turn on electric light. 

Electrician lyd 

Elephant. 

Elevate-d-inq-ation-or. 
Eleven-th. 
Eligible-ility. 



230 



GENERAL VOCABULARY. 



Part IL 





elm- 


-END. 




LVQ 


Elm. 


LXO 


Emperor. 
Emperor, King Queen, President, Chief 


LVR 


Else. 
Anyone else eqa 




of the State, etc., of— has (or, is) ..lOR 




Anything else EQG 


LXP 


Empire. 




Anywhere else ---'- eqs 






LVS 


— Elsewhere. 


LXQ 


Employ-ed-ing-ment. 


LVT 


— Nothing else. 




Chartered, or, Employed by Govern- 


LVU 


—Or else. 




ment INE 


LVW 


— Someone else. 


LXR 


—Employee. 




Something else wjr 


LXS 


—Employer. 


LVX 


—What else? 




Government employee (or, officer), .oft 


LVY 


— Who, or, Whom else? 


LXT 


—To be employed (or, used). 


LVZ 


Embauk-mf.nt. 


LXU 


Empress. * 


LWA 


Embargo. 


LXV 


Empty-ied-ing. 


LWB 


— An embargo has been laid on at — . 


LXW 


—Empty barrel. 


LWC 


—Does embargo extend to vessels under 




Empty bottles ...hat 




— flag? 




Empty cartridge casQ icu 


LWD 


— Embargo is not taken off. 


LXY 


—Empty cases. 


LWB 


— Embargo is taken off. 




Empty casks ...idz 


LWF 


— Embargo not expected. 


LXZ 


—Water tank is empty. 


LWG 


—Has embargo been taken off at — ? 




When empty-ied zck 


LWH 


—In daily expectation of an embargo. 






LWI 


— Is embargo likely to be taken ofif ? 


LYA 


En route. 


LWJ 


— It is expected the embargo will be taken 








off. 


LYB 


Enable-d-ing. 


LWK 


—The {nation specified) have laid an em- 








bargo on all (nations speuified) vessels. 


LYC 


Enc a mp-ed-ing-ment. 


LWM 


— When is the embargo to be laid on? 




Enemy is breaking up his encampment. 


LWN 


— When is the embargo to be taken off ? 




LZC 






LYD 


Enclose-d-ing-ure. 


LWO 


Embark-eding. 






LWP 


—Embarkation. 


LYE 


Enoounter-ed-ing. 


LWQ 


— Enemy's troops embark-ed-ing. 




Have encountered ice — (date, latitude. 


LWR 


— I shall embark at. 




and longitude to follow, if necessary). 


LWS 


— Passengers are embarked. 




(See alsopage 374— Ice) pbl 


LWT 


— To embark troops. 




Where did you encounter ice? pcg 


LWU 


— Troops are all embarked. 






LWV 


— Troops are embarking. 


LYF 


Encourage-d-ing-ment. 


LWX 


— When do the troops embark? 






LWY 


—When do you embark? 


LYG 


Encroach-ed-ing-ment. 


LWZ 


—When will passengers embark? 




Encumber. 


LXA 


Embarrass-ed-ing-ment. 




The bank is encumbered with fishing 
boats EP 


LXB 


Embassy. 










LVH 


End-ed-ing — of. 


T,XC 


Embayed. 




A regular break up. An end to the fine 
weather i hev 


LXD 


Embezzle-d-ing-ment. 




At the end (or, extremity) — of fix 

At the latter end— of — . The latter 


LXE 


Emergency. 




end— of Piz 


LXF 


— In case of emergency. 




Authorities will put an end to the affair, 

nPT 


LXG 


Emery. 




uro 

Beam ends... gag 




Emery cloth ivn 


LYI 


— Before the end — of. 
Buoy end of cable hmp 


LXH 


Emetic. 


LYJ 


— Butt end. 




Tartar emetic . xky 




Cipher is ended IQS 






LYK 


—End for end. 


LXI 


Emigrate-d-ing-ion-ant. 




End of April ...EUB 




Detained by the Emigration Officer. kyb 




End of August - fmc 


LXJ 


— Emigration, or, Immigration Office. 




End of December kpm 


LXK 


— Have you settled with the Emigration 




End of February .' MUR 




Office? 




End of January pdv 

End of July pwo 


LXM 


Eminence-ent-ly. 




End of June PWX 

End of March EKX 


LXN 


Emolument. 




End of May rng 



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END— ENGINE. 



LYM 
LYN 

LYO 



LYP 



LYQ 



LYR 



LYS 



LYT 
LYU 



LYV 

LYW 

LYX 

LYZ 
LZA 



LZB 
LZC 



LZD 

LZE 
LZF 

LZG 



LZH 
LZI 

LZJ 
LZK 

LZM 



End— Conimwed. 

End of November skw 

End of October soi 

End of September .-Vrm 

— End on. 

— Endless. 
Gaff end nve 

— Tail end of main shaft broken. 
The authorities will put an end to the 

affair dpj 

The latter end— of fiz 

Was thrown on her {or, my) beam 

ends GAX 

When will the end (or, last) be? 

ENDANGER-ED-mO. 



Endeavok-ed-ing. To endeavor — to. 
{See also Attempt and Try. ) 
Boats should endeavor to land where 
flag is waved {or, light is shown) _ _ jz 
—Endeavor. {Effort.) 

Endeavor-ed-ing to ascertain rcj 

Endeavor to come alongside ebd 

Endeavor to send a line by boat (cask, 

kite, or. raft, etc.) ka 

Endeavor to pick up boat GSV 

I shall not endeavor to make the land, 

QDX 

— Shall, or, Will endeavor — to. 
— Shall I endeavor — to? 
Should you part, endeavor to beach your 
vessel where people are assembled {or 
as pointed out by compass signal from 

you) FZU 

Use utmost endeavors (exertions, or, 

efforts)— to LTY 

— Utmost endeavor. 
We will endeavor to send a line. _ - Quw 

Endless lyn 

Endorse-d-ing-ment. 

Enduhe-ance. 

Enemy. 

— By, or. With the enemy. 

Enemy has abandoned cxm 

Enemy is advancing _.dne 

— Enemy is at sea. 

— Enemy is breaking up his encampment. 

Enemy is closing with you, or. You are 

closing the enemy -.-Od 

—Enemy is collecting in force. 

Enemy is in sight oe 

Enemy is on the alert dwx 

— Enemy is retreating. 

Enemy is throvring up batteries .--FYS 
— Enemv's boat. 

Enemy's cruisers have been seen to the 

— , steering to the — , of 

— Enemy's fleet {or, squadron). 

Enemy's fleet has been seen to the — , 

steering to the — ---oo 

— Enemy's force. 

— Enemy's gunboat. 

^-Enemy's infantry. 

— ^Enemy's ship (or, cruiser). 

— Enemy's torpedo boat. 



LZN 
LZO 

LZP 
LZQ 



LZB, 



LZS 

LZT 
LZU 



LZV 



LZX 



LZY 
MAB 
MAC 

MAD 

MAE 
MAF 
MAG 

MAH 

MAI 

MAJ 

MAK 

MAL 



MAN 



MAO 



MAP 

MAQ 

MAR 

MAS 

MAT 

MAU 

MAV 

MAW 

MAX 

MAY 



Enemy— Conimwed. 
Enemy's torpedo boats have been seen 

to the — .steering to the — oh 

Enemy's troops embark-ed-ing lwq 

— ^Enemy's troops land-ed-ing. 
— Has the enemy? 

Have been chased by the enemy oi 

— If the enemy. 

— Is, or. Was threatened by the enemy. 
Keep a good lookout, as it is reported 
enemy's war vessels are going about 

disguised as merchantmen OJ 

— Of, or. From the enemy. 
Saw enemy's ship {or, cruiser) off — 
{or in latitude and longitude indi- 
cated) KFD 

Saw enemy's ship or, (cruiser) to the — , 

KFE 

Saw the enemy's fleet {or, squadron) 

off— .--.» -OK 

— Saw the enemy's fleet {or, squadron) 

steering — . 
— ^Should the enemy. 
— To the enemy. 

Vessel chasing is an enemy inv 

Vessel in sight is an enemy -OL 

— Was the enemy? 

With, or. By the enemy lza 



LZW Energy-btic. 



Service rifle. 
Service-rifle cartridges- 

Enporce-d-ing. 

— Can not enforce it. 

— Try to enforce it. 



Engage-d-ing-ment. 

— Am, Is, or. Are engaged. 

— Are you engaged? 

— Engage-d-ing with. 

Is tug indicated engaged? tdo 

— Several engagements. ; 
— Severe engagement. 
— Slight engagement. 
— Sorry am (is, or, are) engaged. 
— 'There has been an engagement between 
— and — . 



Engine. 



KIND OF ENGINE. 



Auxiliary engine FOA 

Caloric engine 1 hts 

Circulating engine ira 

Compound engine JLM 

— Direct-action engine. 

Donkey engine lkn 

Double-expansion engine lkx 

Electric engine lxtt 

— Fire engine 

— Gas engine. 

—Hydraulic engine. 

— -Locomotive engine. 

— Motor engine. 

— Quadruple-expansion engine. 

— Rotary engine. 

— Side-lever engine. 

— Traction engine. 

— Triple-expansion engine. 



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ENGINE. 



Engine — Continued. 

PARTS OF ENGINES. 

Air pump dwa 

Air-pump gear dwb 

Air valve dwk 

Bearings of an engine gbn 

Bilge pump gjs 

Bilge pump {donkey) gjt 

Bilge pump (main) Gju 

Blow-oif cocks (or, gear). gnw 

Blow-off valve gnz 

Blow through pipe gob 

Brine cock hig 

Circulating pump-.. «rb 

Clack valve iru 

Cock lYU 

Condenser .. jmq 

Condenser pipe JMS 

Condenser tube jmt 

Connecting rod JPK 

Crank kbh 

Crank frame kbj 

Crank head .._ kbl 

Crank pin kbm 

Crosshead ked 

Cylinder kia 

Cylinder cover kib 

Cylinder side rod kif 

D slide KIP 

Eccentric gear lsu 

Eduction gear ltm 

Eduction port lto 

Ejector lux 

Engine bolt gxy 

MAZ — Engine counter. 

MBA —Engine shaft. 

Escape valve mgw 

Expansion gear mlz 

Flooding cock nfp 

Gauge cock . nxj 

High -pressure cylinder _ _ _ . kig 

High-pressure cylinder cover ouv 

High-pressure piston ouw 

Induction gear piv 

Injection gear pku 

Intermediate-pressure cylinder kih 

Intermediate-pressure cylinder cover, 

PQT 

Intermediate-pressure piston pqu 

Intermediate shaft pqv 

Jet condenser pvh 

Kingston valve qbd 

Low-pressure cylinder ._ kij 

Low-pressure cylinder cover kal 

Low-pressure piston rbs 

Lubricator, .__ ---RCO 

Paddle box hdf 

Paddle wheel szg 

Parallel-motion gear tax 

Pipe (steam) _.. wsM 

Piston TKW 

Piston rod tkt 

Port engine toy 

Pump gear ubi 

Safety valve vdi 

Sea cock vky 

Shaft bearing obp 

Slide valve wgi 

Slide-valve rod a.wgn 

Sluice valve whj 



MBC 
MBD 
MBE 



MBF 

MBG 

MBH 

MBI 

MBJ 

MBK 

MBL 

MEN 



MBO 



MBP 



MBQ 



Engine — Continued. 

Standards, or. Supports wqo 

Starboard engine wqv 

Starting gear wrp 

Starting shaft wrh 

Steam port - wsp 

Steam-pressure gauge rjw 

Steam steering gear wsT 

Stop valve wxk 

Stuffing box HDG 

Suction pipe- ___ xcj 

Surface condenser xfw 

Throttle valve xrg 

Thrust be|.ring gpq 

Turning gear yen 

Vacuum gauge ynm 

Valve .__ _ ynt 

Waste pipe yuv 

"Water gauge yvq 

general signals about engines. 

Anything wrong with engine? ed 

Atmospheric pressure fjq 

Can not get a vacuum _ ynj 

Clean engine isq 

Damage to machinery (part to he indi- 
cated) KJA 

Defects can not be repaired at sea (or 
at place indicated) ._ bf 

Defects, or. Damage can not be repaired 
without assistance bg 

Defects may be set right in — hours.BD 
Does disconnecting affect your steering? 

LDC 

—Engine can be set right in a short time. 

—Engine does not work well. 

— Engine room. 
Engine-room artificer or machinist.EZE 

Engine-room bulkhead hln 

Engine-room compartment jgz 

— Engine-room fire. ' 

—Engine room full of water. 

— Engine room has — feet of water in it. 

— Engine-room log. 

— Engine-room telegraph. 

— Engine under temporary repair. 

— Engine wants repair. 

— Engine working badly frm 

—Engine works very well. 

Bxamine-ation (of) machinery mka 

Good vacuum . ynk 

Have you a good fire engine ? nag 

— Have you, damaged your machinery? 

Horsepower oyh 

Hot bearings bi 

How long do you require to clean your 

engines? qym 

I am going to stop ; machinery requires 

adjusting rk 

I can supply you with duplicate of 
engine (part mentioned) lpe 

— In the engine room. 

Indicated horsepower oyi 

Indicator diagram .Krs 

Indifferent vacuum ynl 

Let your wheels (or, screw)revolve with- 
out disconnecting . (JOB 

Making (number to follow) revolutions 
per minute uwj 

—My engine requires cleaning 



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233 



ENGINE. 



MBR 



MBS 
MBT 
MBU 
MBV 



MBW 
MBX 
MBY 
MBZ 



MCA 



MCB 

MOD 

MCE 



MCF 
MCG 



Engine — Continued. 

My engines are going astern. 

Code Flag over v 

My engines are stopped. 

Code Flag over tr 

My working pressure is — TUS 

— Near the engine room. 

Packing sza 

Proceed after repairing machinery -RDW 
— Proceed under one engine. 
— Proceeds under her own steam, 
— Repairs of engine can not be done here. 
— Repairs of engine may be done in — 
hours. 

Small ad j ustment required to machinery, 

DKG 

— Start-ed-ing engine. 
— Steam cutter's engine. 
— Steam launch's engine. 
— Steam pinnace's engine. 
Stoke-hold, or, Fire-room, compartment, 

JHA 

— Supposed with engines broken down. 
The damage done to machinery is not 
serious, and is such as can be repaired 

by the vessel's own engineers RL 

— The engines must be thoroughly over- 
hauled. 
— The engines will be taken out. 
— Under the engine room. 

Vacuum yni 

"Water gauge out of order yvr 

"Water pressure vvz 

"What is your horsepower {or that of 

vessel indicated)''. oyl 

-"Working her own engine. 
-"Working one engine. 
What pressure have you on? tuw 

ACCIDENTS TO ENGINES OR MACHINERY. 

Air-pump levers out of order dwc 

Air pump out of order ...dwe 

Air-pump rod broken -.. dwp 

Bilge pump out of order a J v 

Bilge-pump valves out of order gjw 

Blow-off cock out of order gnx 

Blow-off pipe burst gny 

Condenser broken (damaged, or, out of 

order) __ -JMR 

Condenser {surface) out of order--. xpy 

Condenser tubes burst JMU 

Condenser tubes choked (or, saited) . jmv 

Condenser tubes leaking JMW 

Condenser tubes out of order JMX 

Connecting-rod bolts broken GXV 

Connecting-rod brasses broken {or, out 

of order) ---Heb 

Coupling bolts broken GXW 

Crank brasses broken {or, out of order), 

HEC 

Crank broken kbi 

Crank-pin brasses broken--- kbn 

Crank pin broken..- kbo 

Crank shaft broken(or, defective)- -Kbq 

Crank webs loose-- kbr 

Cylinder cover broken kic 

Cylinder cracked kat 

Cylinder damaged kid 

Cylinder out of order -KIE 

Discharge pipe out of order lcq 



MCH 

MCI 

MCJ 
MCK 



MCL 
MCN 
MCO 
MCP 



MCQ 



MCR 



Engine— Coreimwed. 

Discharge valve out of order lor 

Donkey engine disabled lko 

Donkey pump disabled- lkp 

Eccentric bar broken --- pwj 

Eccentric pulleys loose ..- lsv 

Eccentric rod bent — LSW 

Eccentric rod broken lsx 

Eccentric sheaves out of order- lsy 

Eccentric strap broken Lsz 

Eduction pipe out of order ltn 

— Engines broken down. 
Engines broken down ; I am disabled-Bj 

— Engines broken down; obliged to pro- 
ceed under sail. 

— Engines broken down ; towed in by — , 

—Engines broken dovm ; under temporary 
repair. 
Engines completely disabled mq 

—Engines disabled ; can repair in — hours. 

— Engines, or, Machinery disabled. 

— Engine seating loose. 

— Engines working on seating. 

Expansion valve out of order mna 

Feed-check valves out of order iod 

Feed pipe broken (or, out of order) - -MUZ 

Feedpump out of order mvb 

Feed-pump valves out of order mvc 

Flaw in shaft neh 

Have broken main shaft MR 

High-pressure cylinder cover broken, 

KAI 

High-pressure cylinder cracked {or, out 

of order) kau 

High -pressure piston broken oux 

High-pressure valve out of order ..ouy 

Holding-down bolts loose gya 

Hot bearings --- Ri 

Intermediate-pressure cylinder cover 

broken kaj 

Intermediate-pressure cylinder cracked 
{or, out of order) kav 



Levers damaged {or, out of order) - _qox 

Low-pressure cylinder cracked {or, out 

of order) kaw 

Low-pressure slide jacket cover broken, 

KAM 

Machinery broken down mch 

Machinery broken down ; irreparable at 
sea KDV 

Machinery, or. Engines disabled ...mcn 

Machinery out of order RJ 

Machinery requires adjusting dkf 

—Machinery slightly deranged. 
Machinery supposed to have broken 

down MCA 

Machinery wants repair mbl 

Main-bearing brasses broken {or, out of 

order) -. GEO 

Main check valve out of order lOE 

Main shaft broken mr 

Main shaft broken in stern tube RGT 

Must have a new shaft vti 

— One engine disabled. 
Packing ring of cylinder cover broken, 

KAN 

Parallel-motion rod out of order... T ay 
Piston broken tkx 



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ENGINE— ENOUGH. 



Engine — Continued. 

Piston-rod bolts broken gyb 

Piston-rod brasses broken {or, out of 
order) hed 

Piston rod cracked (or, broken) kax 

Piston-rod crosshead damaged {or, 

broken) kej 

Propeller shaft broken MR 

. Pump choked ubf 

Pump crosshead out of order ubh 

Pump gear worn out(o?-, defective) -Ubj 

Pump-lever links broken ubl 

Pump lever out of order tjbm 

P»imp wants repairs. ubr 

Refrigerating machinery out of order, 

RDX 

Repairs of engine may be done in — ■ 

hours MBV 

Safety valve out of order vdj 

Sea inlet (valve, or, cock) broken {or, 

damaged) vla 

Sea inlet choked - ipq 

Shaft-coupling bolts broken gyf 

Slide valve broken wgj 

Slide-valve gear damaged {or, out of 

order) wgl 

Slide valve out of order wgm 

Slide-valve rod broken WGO 

Sluice valve out of order whk 

Started a rivet uyn 

• Starting gear out of order wrg 

Steam pipe burst . - tko 

Steam pipe damaged wsN 

Steam pipe leaky wso 

Steering gear disabled mz 

Stem gland defective wuv 

Stern tube damaged wva 

Stuffing box broken hdi 

StuflSng-box glands out of order ...hdj 

Surface condenser out of order xfy 

Tail end of main shaft broken Lyo 

Thrust block broken g'mz 

Thrust block damaged gna 

Thrust-block rings defective gnb 

Thrust collar damaged ., jad 

Thrust shaft broken xrn 

Tubes out of order ydg 

Tunnel shaft broken ydx 

Water gauge out of order yvr 



SPEED, or, MOVEMENTS OF ENGINES. 

Ahead easy. Go ahead easy lh 

Astern easy. Go astern easy lk 

Ease her. Reduce speed mp 

Pull speed nsv 

Go ahead lg 

Go ahead easy. Easy ahead lh 

Go ahead full speed- li 

Go astern .. U 

Go astern. Heave all aback LP 

Go astern easy. Easy astern lk 

Go astern full speed lm 

Go full speed obs 

Go half speed obt 

Half speed olm 

I am going full speed oci 

I am going half speed ocj 

Keep-ing, Kept going ahead dvl 

Keep-ing, Kept going astern fho 



MCS 



MCT 
MCU 
MCV 



MOW 



MCX 
MCY 
MCZ 
MDA 

MDB 

MDC 
MDE 

MDF 
MDG 

MDH 

MDI 

MDJ 

MDK 

MDL 

MDN 

MDO 

MDP 

MDQ 

MDR 
MDS 
MDT 
MDU 



MDV 
MDW 
MDX 



Engine — Continued. 
My engines are going astern 

Code Flag over v 
My engines are stopped. 

-Code Flag over v 

Obliged to stop engines wxh 

Quarter speed.. wmv 

Slow speed whe 

Stop her ml 

Stop instantly. ( Urgent) mn 

Stop engines to adjust towing cables, 

DKH 

Stopping only for small adjustment of 
machinery rdy 

Engine Room ..mbe 

Engine-room artificers, or, machinists, 

EZR 

Engineer. 
Can you supply me with anyone to take 

charge (or, act) as engineer? rh 

— Engineer surveyor. 
— Engineer's stores. 
— Engineer's tools. 
The damage to the machinery is not 
serious, and is such as can be repaired 
by the vessel's own engineers rl 

England-ish. English Colors. (See 
also British. ) 
Bank of England f0N 

Englishman. 

Enjoy-ed-ing-ment. 

Enlarge-d-ing-ment. 

Enlist-ed-ing-ment. 
Foreign Enlistment Act dif 

Enough — of. (See also Sufficient.) 

Distinct enough ...lgs 

— Enough, or. Sufficient room. 
— Enough scope. 

Enough time mdz 

— Far enough. 

— Far enough to windward. 

Fortunate enough to nmo 

— Good enough. 

— Hands enough. 

—Have you enough {or. sufficient)? 

— Have you men enough ? 

— Have you room enough — for {or, to) — ? 

I have enough. 
— Is it enough? 

Near-ly enough. 

■Not enough. 

Not enough cable ; give more scope. hrm 

■Not enough wind. 
— Not far enough. 

■Not short enough. 
— Not square enough. 

Not strong enough xaQ 

Not time enough XTO 

— Not water enough. 

Not — enough. 
— Quite enough (or, sufficient). 

Room enough .-_mdc 

Shall we have daylight enough? ...knt 



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ENOUGH— EQUIVALENT. 



MDY 
MDZ 
MEB 



MBC 



MED 
MEF 

MEG 

MEH 



MEI 
MEJ 
MEK 
MEL 

MEN 



MEP 
MEQ 
MER 

MES 
MET 

MEU 



MEV 

MEW 
MEX 



MEY 

MEZ 
MFA 
MFB 
MFC 



MFD 

MPE 

MFG 

MFH 
MFI 



'EisovQB.— Continued. i 

— Take room enough. 

They are not cautious enough igd 

— Time enough. 

Water enough xcu 

— Will be enough. 
You will have water enough over the 
bar {or, into the harbor. ) Depth in 

feet to follow. vt 

You will not have water enough over 
the bar (or, into the harbor). Depth 
in feet to follow fwb 

Enquire- Y — into {or, about). {See also 
Ask. ) 
Enquiry has been made plv 

— Make eng^uiry. 
— No enquiries — ^for. 

Eneol-led-ling-ment. 

Ensign. 
Can not distinguish her {or, your) en- 
sign LGX 

Dip your ensign . _.lbc 

— Do not show your ensign. 
— Ensign union downward. 
— Foreign ensign. 
—Half-mast your ensign. 
— Haul down your ensign. 

Have you a — ensign? mev 

Hoist your ensign (colors) dw 

— ^Man-of-war ensign. 

— Naval Reserve ensign. 

—Neutral colors {or, ensign). 

—Red ensign. 

— She {or vessel indicated) has not shown 

her ensign. ' 

— She {or vessel indicated) has shown her 
ensign. 

Show your ensign. Hoist your colors, 

DW 

Vessel just arrived, show your ensign, 

DT 

What ensign has she hoisted? jbu 

— Have you a — ensign? 

Ensure-d-ing. 

—Do the utmost you can to ensure holdmg 
on ; everything will be wanted. 

Entangle-d-ing. 

Enter-ed-ing. 
— Are you entered? 
— Can not enter. 
— Have, or. Has entered into. 
Is vour ship entered at Custom-house? 

KGZ 

Permission is urgently requested to 

enter harbor pd 

— Try to enter. 
Wish to enter port or dock tm 

Enteric fever. 

Enterpeise-ing. 

Entertain-ed-ing. 
— Entertainment. 
Fears are entertained for the safety 
of— : MUI 



MFJ 

MFK 

MFL 

MFN 



MFD 



MFP 

MFQ 

MFR 



MFS 
MET 



MFU 
MFV 
MPW 



MFX 
MFY 
MPZ 

MGA 

MGB 
MGC 
MGD 

MGE 

MGF 

MGH 

MGI 
MGJ 
MGK 



MGL 
MGN 

MGO 



MGP 



Entitle-d-ing- to. 
Is, or, Are not entitled. 



-the- 



Entrance. 
— At the entrance of 
Entrance bears — eg 

Entrance, or, Bar is dangerous pq 

— Entrance is difficult. 
Entrance, or, Bar is not safe except at 
slack water (or, at — , time indicated), 

PVT 

—Entrance not difflcult. 

— Entrance of the port., 

Entrance of — blockaded gnj 

Entrance of — is not blockaded gnk 

— Harbor, or. Entrance buoy. 

How does entrance bear? ej 

Inner entrance (passage, or, channel), 

iln 

— Is entrance — ? 

— Off the entrance. 
Outer entrance (passage, or, channel), 

ILS 

The entrance of the gulf {or, harbor) is 

mined. 
•We have missed the entrance {or, passed 

the port, or, harbor). 
— What sort of an entrance is it {or, is 

there to — ) ? 
What wind leads through the passage 

{or, entrance)?J zfd 

When may the bar {or, entrance) be 

attempted? pwd 

Entrap-ped-ing. 

Entreat -ED-iNG-Y. 

Entry. 
Date of entry klx 



-KSN 



Envelope-d-ing. 
Envoy. {Be 
Epidemic-al. 
Epilbpsy-tic. 
Epsom salts. 



Equal-lbd-ling-ly-ity. 
— An equal number {or, quantity)— of. 
Equal altitudes edj 

Equalize-d-ing-ation. 

Equator-ial. 

— On the equator. 

—The equator. The Ime. 
When did you cross the equator? --KEL 
Where did you cross the equator?, .kbm 
Where will you cross the equator?.KBN 



Equinox-octial. 
— Equinoctial gale. 

Equip-ped-ping-ment. 
Camp equipage 



-HTZ 



Equivalent. 



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ERASE-EXACTLY. 


MGQ 


Erase-d-ing-ube. 


MIE 

MIF 


Evening. 
—Evening gun. 




MGR 


Ere-ed-ing. Erroneous. Error. 


MIG 


— Every evening. 




MGS 


— An error in the — . 


MIH 
MIJ 


— In the evening. 
— The last evening. 




MGT 


Erysipelas. 


MIK 
MIL 


—This evening. 
—To-morrow evening. 




MGU 


Escape. 


MIN 


— Yesterday evening. 




MGV 


— Can escape. 








MGW 


— Escape valve. 








MGX 


— Escaped-ing. 


MIO 


Event. 




MGY 


— If we separate we may have a chance of 




At all events 


.DTH 




escape. 




In the event of (or, case of) 


—IDB 


MGZ 


— Narrow-ly escape-d. 




» 




MHA 


— Try to escape. 


MIP 
MIQ 


Ever. 

— Did you ever? 




MHB 


ESCORT-BD-ING. 


MIR 


—Have you ever? 






Convoy to keep ahead of escort lu 


MIS 


— Were you ever? 






Convoy to keep astern of leader {or, 










escort) .--,iw 


MIT 


Every. 






Convoy to keep on port side of leader 




At every (or, all) 


..DYI 




, (or, escort) ix 




Do the utmost you can to insure holding 1 




Convoy to keep on starboard side of 




on ; everything will be wanted _ 


-MEX 




leader (or, escort) iy 




Every appearance of foul weather 


.-ERZ 


MHC 


— Mounted escort. 




Every assistance will be given . - . 


..FGE 


MHD 


— Send an escort — to {or, for). 




Every boat - 


-GSW 






MIU 


— Everybody, or. Everyone. 




MHE 


Esplanade. 




Everyday. Daily 

Every evening- 


-KIQ 
..MIG 


MHF 


Esquire. 


MIV 
MIW 


— Every exertion has been made. 
—Every hour. 




MHG 


ESSENCE-TIAL-LY. 


MIX 


— Every means. 




MHI 


— Is, or, Are not essential. 


MIY 
MIZ 


— Every morning. 
— Every night. 




MHJ 


ESTABLISHrED-ING-MENT. 




Everyone, or, Everybody 


—MIU 


MHK 


— A n«w establishment. 


MJA 


— Every opportunity. 




MHL 


— A small establishment. 


MJB 


— Every particular. 






Communication is established — ^by (or. 


MJC 


—Every place, or, Everywhere. 






with) jpu 


MJD 

MJE 


— Every precaution. 

— Every precaution has been taken. 




MHN 


Estate. 


MJF 
MJG 


— Every time. 
— Everything. 




MHO 


ESTBEM-ED-ING. 


MJH 


— Everything is to be sold. 




MHP 


— I should esteem it a favor. 


MJI 


—Everything paid. 
Everywhere, or. Every place 


-MJO 


MHQ 


ESTIMATE-D-ING-ION. 


MJK 


— Exclusive of everything. 




MHB 


— Cannot exactly estimate the damage. 




Give every assistance to — 


-FGH 


MHS 


— Do you estimate? 




I am paying every attention 


-FLG 


MHT 


— In my estimation, or, In the estimation 


MJL 


— I expect every moment. 






of—. 


MJN 
MJO 


—In every particular. 
— In every respect. 




MHU 


Estuary. 




Is everything arranged— for 

Keep everything prepared 


-JllXJ? 
.-PYS 


MHV 


Eucalyptus. 


MJP 


— Settle everything. 
Use every precaution 


— TSD 


MHW 


Europe-an. 








MHX 


— European rope. 
Opportunity for sending letters to Eu- 


MJQ 


Evict-ed-ing-ion. 






rope QOD 


MJR 


Evidence. 




MHY 


Evacuate-d-ing-ion. 


MJS 


EVIDENT-LY. 




MHZ 


EVADE-D-ING-SION. 


MJT 


EVIL-LY. 




MIA 


Evaporate-d-ing-ion. 


MJU 


ExACr-ED-ING. 




MIB 


Evasive-ly. 


MJV 


Exactly. 






Must Give, or. Gives an evasive answer, 




Can not exactly estimate the damage, | 




ENG 






MHE 


MIC 


EVEN-LY-NBSS. 




Describe exactly what you want 


(size. 


MID 


— Even keel. 




weight, etc.) 


-Jiwc 



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237 





EXACTLY- 


-EXPECT. 






EXACTLY— OonKwKed. 


MLE 


EXCITE-D-ING-MENT. 






Did you get {or, have) a good look at 










the land to know exactly where we 


MLF 


Excuse. 






are? py 


MLG 


— Excused-ing-able. 




MJW 


— Not exactly. 




I (or person indicated) beg to be excused, 


MJX 


EXAGQERATE-D-ING-ION. 


MLH 


— Send an excuse. 


tri^iu. 








Unless your communication is very im- | 


MJY 


EXAMINE-D-ING. To EXAMINE. 




portant, I must be excused ._ 


ij 




Buoys have just been examined; they 




• Very excusable 


YPF 




are all right hmj 


MLI 


— ^You must not (or, You can not) make | 




Cross-examine-d-ing-ation— of kec 




any excuse. 




MJZ 


—Examination. 










Examination of candidate f or — at — , 


MLJ 


Execute-d-ing. 






HUS 




Cannotbeaone 


BLX 


MKA 


— Examine-ation of machinery.' 


MLK 


— Execute repairs. 




MKB 


— Have you examined? 


MLN 


— Execution-ive. 




MKC 






Great execution 


OHB 




examination? 


MLO 


— In the execution — of. 




MKD 


— Last examined-ation— of (or, at). 




Proceed in execution of previous orders, | 


MKB 


— Must examine (or, be examined) — for. 






SZ 




Post-mortem examination tqu 


MLP 


EXECUTOE-SHIP. 






Require diver to examine bottom. -.lie 








MKP 


—Ship indicated to examine strange sail, 
and report. 


MLQ 


Exempt-ed-ing-ion. 




MKG 


— Still under examination. 


MLR 


EXERCISE-D-ING. 




MKH 


— To be examined — for (or, at). 




Exercise-d his (or, their) authority-PMR | 


MKI 


— Vessel indicated was minutely exam- 




' 






ined; no person to be seen; nothing 


MLS 


EXERT-ION. 






visible. 




Every exertion has been made . 


MIV 


MKJ 


— Your papers will be examined. 




Use utmost exertions (efforts. 


or, en- 


MKL 


— Your permit will be examined (or, looked 
at). 




deavors) — to 


LTY 




MLT 


EXHAUST-ED-ING-ION. 




MKN 


Example. 










Bad example fkb 


MLU 


EXHIBIT-ED-ING. EXHIBITION. 






Good example odx 










Make an example ---,rie 


MLV 


EXILE-D-ING. 




MKO 


Exceed-ed-ing-ly. 


MLW 


EXIST-ED-ING-BNCE. 






Exceed-ed his (or, their) authority -FMQ 




Existing circumstances 


IRH 


MKP 


— ^Not to exceed. 










Supply of water is small, not exceed- 




EX-MERIDIAN ALTITUDE 


EDK 




ing — (quantity indicated) - ywb 


MLX 


EXONERATB-D-ING-TION. 




MKQ 


EXCELLENT-LY-CB-CY. 








MKR 


— His, or. Her Excellency. 




ExoRBiTANT-LY-CE. (Excessive)- 


MKU 


MKS 


—Their Excellencies. 


MLY 


EXPAND-SION-SIVE. 




MKT 


EXCEPT-ED-ING-ION. 


MLZ 


Double-expansion engine 

— Expansion gear. 


LKX 


MKU 


EXCESS-IVE-LY. 


MNA 


— Expansion valves out of order. 
Quadruple -expansion engine — 


mau 


MKV 


EXCHANGE-D-mG. TO EXCHANGE. 




Triple-expansion engine 


may 




Bill of exchange gke 


MNB 


— Work expansively. 






Exchange Office. Bureau de Change, 










HNC 


MNC 


EXPECT-ED-ING. 




MKW 


—I, or. They exchanged numbers with — . 


MND 


— At what time do you expect? 






Royal Exchange ...vax 

—The exchange. 




Bad weather is expected 


FP 


MKX 




Cargo expected to be saved 


HZU 


MKY 


—The rate of exchange is — . 




Cargo expected to be sold 


HZV 


MKZ 


—What is the exchange? 


MNE 


Daily expected - 

—Do not expect. 


KMX 


MLA 


Exchequer. 


MNF 


— Do you expect? 
Embargo not expected _ _ 


LWF 


MLB 


Excise. (Duty.) 




Expect daily 


KMX 


MLC 


— Excise officer. 


MNG 


— Expect I have to receive. 
Expect to arrive 


eyf 




ExcLUDE-D-iNG. (See Omit) sqm 




Expect (or vessel indicated expects) to 


MLD 


— Exclusive-ly-ion. 




be got off (or, afloat) 


DPX 




Exclusive of everything - - m jk 


MNH 


—Expectation. 





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EXPECT— EXTRA. 



MNI 
MNJ 



MNK 

MNL 



MNO 
MNP 

MNQ 

MNR 

MNS 



MNT 

MNU 



MNV 
MNW 



MNX 
MNY 
MNZ 
MOA 



MOB 



MOC 



MOD 
MOE 
MOP 

MOG 
MOH 
MOI 
MOJ 



MOK 

MOL 

MON 

MOP 
MOQ 
MOR 
MOS 
MOT 
MOU 



Expect— Continued. 

— Expected next mail. 

— Expected next week. 

Pew expected mxb 

Gale is expected— from — zd 

Hourly expected ozl 

— I expect. 
I expect every moment mjl 

— I expect your orders every moment. 
In daily expectation of an embargo -LWH 
It is expected the embargo will be taken 

off LWJ 

It is expected tlie vessels {or vessels in- 
dicated) will be allowed to leave .dzj 
— Many expected. 
— May expect {or, be expected). 
— May I expect? 

News expected on — shl 

— No expectation of. 

— Not expected yet {or, until — ). 

Reinforcements are expected .-i-.-DOL 

War expected yud 

— Was fully expected. 
— Were there any vessels, or. Was — (ves- 
sel indicated) expected at — ? 

What current (rate and direction) do 

you expect (or, reckon on)? kgh 

— What do you expect 1 

— When do (or, did) you expect ? 

When do you expect an answer ?--.enq 

When do you expect to be off (or, 
abreast of) — ? dap 

EXPEDIBNT-ENCY. 

ExPEDiTE-iNG. Expeditious. 

Expedition. 

expend-ed-inq-itube. 
Ammunition is nearly expended ...efb 
Report expenditure — of ury 

Expense. {Charges.) 
Expenses, or. Charges are moderate, 

IMP 

— Expensive-ly. 
What are the charges {or, expenses)? 

IMQ 
EXPERIENCE-D-ING. 

■Have you experienced ? 
— No experience. 

Experiment- AL-LY. 
— Experiment has been tried. 
—Experiment will be tried. 
—For, or, By experiment. 
Under experiment yhp 



Expert. 

Expibe-d-ing-ation. 
— ^At the expiration of. 

EXPLAIN-ED-ING. To EXPLAIN. 

— Can explain. 

—Can, or, Will you explain ? 

— Explanation-ory. 

— Explanatipn has been given. 

-I can not explain. 

Require explanation 



MOV 



MOW 

MOX 

MOY 

MOZ 



MPA 

MPB 
MPC 
MPD 

MPE 
MPP 



MPG 
MPH 
MPI 



MPJ 
MPK 
MPL 



MPN 
MPO 



MPQ 



MPR 
MPS 



MPT 
MPU 



Explain — Continued. 

— Shall, or, WiH explain {or, be ex- 
plained). 

They will demand explanations ktg 

Will fully explain nsz 

Will, or, Can you explain? mor 

ExPLiciT-LY. {Definite) krt 

EXPLODE-D-ING-SION-SIVE. 

— Explosive gas. 
— Explosive grapnel. 
—Explosive rockets. War rockets. 
I am takij^g in {or, discharging) explo- 
sives Flag B, or. Code Flag over b 

No combustibles {or, explosives) near 

the fire hr 

Vessels with combustibles {or, explo- 
sives) not allowed in hs 

EXPLORE-D-ING-ATION. TO EXPLORE. 
EXPORT-ED-ING. TO EXPORT. 

— Export duties. 
— Exportation. 

EXPOSE-D-ING-ITION-UBE. 

— Do not expose yourself {or, people) 
unnecessarily. 

Express. 

— An express has arrived from — . 
— An express is going to — . 
Send an express — with the following 

intelligence poh 

— Should be express. 

express-ed-ing-ion-ive. 

Extend-ed-ing. To extend. 
Cargo damaged, but extent not known, 

HZT 

Does embargo extend to vessels imder 
— flag? .._. Lwc 

— Extend-ed-ing your distance. 
— Extent-sive-ly. 
Reef, Rock, or. Shoal extends from — 

to — • UMS 



EXTERNAL-LY. 

External dimensions. 



From out to out. 



Extinguish-ed-ing. 
— Can extinguish fire. 
Extinguish all lights. Allow no ligTits 

to be seen _. dzb 

Fire is extinguished mzs 

Is Are extinguished?. __.os 

With help I may be able to extinguish 

fire FGV 

With immediate assistance fire can be 

extinguished •__ ny 

Your lights are extinguished, or, want 

trimming {made by — -^— ^^ - 

flashes, or blasts of a steam whistle). 

{Seepage 548.) 

Extort-ed-ing-ion. 

Extra. 
Any extras? jjou 



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239 



EXTRACT— FALL. 



MPV 

MPW 
MPX 
MPY 

MPZ 

MQA 
MQB 

MQC 
MQD 
MQE 

MQF 



MQG 
MQH 
MQI 



EXTRACT-ED-ING-ION. 

Goulard's Extract. 



-OFN 



Extradition, 
extraordinaky-ily. 

Extra VAGANT-LY-ANCE. 
EXTREME-LY-ITY. 

At the extremity (or, end) — of . 
— In the extreme. 
— To, or, At the last extremity. 



BXTRICATE-D-ING. 

— Can it' be extricated? 
— Can not extricate. 
It is diflQcTilt to extricate kzy 

Eye. 

Bull's-eye ■-.. hlr 

Dead-eye kof 

Eyebolt.: Gxz 

Eyelet hole. 

Eyesore. 

Eyewitness 



MQJ 

MQK 
MQL 
MQN 

MQO 
MQP 
MQR 

MQS 

MQT 
MQU 

MQV 
MQW 

MQX 



F. (Letter.) (For new method of spell- 
ing, seepage 13.) 

Fabric. 

Fabricate-d-ion. 

Face. 
Sliding faces - -- wgp 

Fact. 

Faction. 

Factory. 

Fahrenheit. 

Fail-ed. To fail. 
— Do not fail — ^to — . 

Failed, or, Bankrupt --- fvk 

— Failing. 
— Failure. 

Failures, or. Bankruptcies fvl 

— I have failed to. 



MQY 
MQZ 
MRA 



MRB 



MRC 
MRD 
MRE 

MRF 



MRG 



MRH 
MRI 



MBJ 
MRK 



MRL 
MRN 

MRO 
MRP 
MRQ 

MRS 



MRT 

MRU 



MRV 
MRW 
MRX 



MRY 



Fail — Continued. 
■If it fails. 
Likely to fail. 
■Unless it fails. 
Without fail 



.ZHG 



Faint-ly-ness. (Dim. ) 

Faint-ed-ing. (Swoon.) zni 

Fair-ly-nbss. 

— Fair-lead. Fair-leader. 

— Fair wind. 

— Prices are fair. 

Very fair draught lne 

You are in a very fair berth ghj ' 

Fairway, or, Channel -- ikz 

— Fairway buoy. 

Fairway, or, Channel is buoyed ow 

Fairway, or, Channel is clear ilc 

Fairway, or, Channel is dangerous -.fu 
Fairway, or, Channel is likely to be 

mined ild 

Fairway, or, Channel is mined. Be- 
ware of torpedoes xp 

Fairway, or, Channel is narrow ile 

Fairway, or, Channel is not mined. -XQ 
Fairway, or, Channel is obstructed.lLF 
Is the fairway (or, channel) mined?.iLP 

—"Warp out to fairway. 

Faith-ful-ly. 
Have great faith in my chronometer .iqe 

Faithless-ly. 

Fall-en-ing. (See also Pell. ) 

Accident happened ; fall . dcf 

Barometer has fallen very rapidly. _fxh 

Barometer is falling fxi 

Catfall lET 

— Did you fall in with (or, meet) — ? 

— Did you fall in with any men-of-war? 
Downfall. -- - LMH 

— Fall-ing, Fell in with — . 

— Falling, Fell off. 

— Fallen overboard. 
Fall-ing calm — .-HTP 

— Falls of the river — . 

Fell - --MVH 

Fell down mvi 

Fell from mvj 

Fell from aloft ead 

Has fallen astern fhl 

—Have you fallen in with crew of derelict? 

Have you fallen in with ice? (State 

whether berg or field) PR 

— I shall not go on the other tack unless I 
fall off —to — . 
Landfall QEK 

—Let fall. 

—Prices have fallen (or, gone down). 

— Prices have not- fallen. 

Purchase falls. Purchases ub y 

Rise and fall is about — feet UXT 

—Should I fall in with. 

Should you fall in with ROW 

The barometer has fallen very rapidly, 

pxh 
Tide has fallen — feet xsi 



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FALL— FASTEN. 



MRZ 

MSA 



MSB 

MSC 

MSD 

MSE 
MSF 

MSG 
MSH 

MSI 

MSJ 
MSK 

MSL 

MSN 
MSO 
MSP 

MSQ 

MSR 

MST 
MSU 



MSV 

MSW 

MSX 

MSY 

MSZ 

MTA 

MTB 



Fall — Continued. 

Tide is falling xsk 

"Water-fall yvp 

What is the rise and fall of the tide? 

XH 

— When did you fall in with? 
— When do you think I am likely to fall in 
with — {vessel indicated)'! 
Where did you encounter (fall in with, 

or, see) ice? PCG 

Where did you fall in with the trade 

(or, monsoon)? rym 

— Where do you think I am likely to fall in 
with — ? 
You will fall in with ice if you go be- 
yond — PCH 

False-ly-hood. 
False alarm dwq 

— False attack. 
False bill of lading qks 

— False keel. 
— False paper. 
The news {or, report) is not correct, 

JXC 

Fame-otts. 

Family. 
Did you hear of my family? Any news 
of my family? epi 

— I heard that some of your family were 
seriously ill. 

— Inform my family. 

— Is my familj' well? 
Telegraph to my family at — the fol- 
lowing message ..xmf 

— Your family are all well. 

Famine. 

— Famine at — . 

— Famine prices. 

Famish-ed-ing. 

Fancy-ipul-ly. 

Far. 

— A little farther. 

Any farther EOV 

Anything further? eqj 

As far as fag 

Convoy to spread as far as possible, keep- 
ing within signal distance iz 

Do not stand too far on your present 

course jzi 

Do not stand too far to the — wqb 

Far enough mdf 

Far enough to windward mdg 

Farther ahead — of dvf 

Farther astern — of phj 

— Far-ther off (or, from). 
Farther-est -- mti 

— Farther in. 
Farther out. 

— Farther to the. 
How far can light be seen? 

—How far off? What distance? 
I shall not go far before I bring up-HJc 
I shall not go much farther. 

Ice as far as I can see- pbu 

Keep farther astern fhm 



MTC 



MTD 



MTE 



MTF 



MTG 

MTH 

MTI 



MTJ 
MTK 



MTL 



MTN 



MTO 



MTP 



Far — Continued. 

— Keep farther off {or, from) — 

Not far down. lmk 

Not far enough mds 

Open ; get farther away mc 

Severe squall not far off ; look sharp.FZ 

Shift your berth farther in gha 

Shift your berth farther out ghb 

Shift your berth farther to the — - . ghc 

—Too far off. 

Too far to the eastward lsf 

Too far to the northward sjq 

Too far to the southward wlm 

Too far to the westward zbt 

— We are too far to leeward. 
You are too close ; keep farther off .ivl 
You can telegraph as far as — xmi 

Farad. ( Measure of electrical capacity. ) 

Farewell. Adieu djx 

Farm. 
— Farmer. 



MTQ 
MTR 



-ATP 



Farther-est. 
Farthing. {Coin)... 
Fashion-ed-ing-able. 



Fast. {Quickly.) 

. Abandon the vessel as fast as possible, 

AB 

As fast as fah 

As fast as possible fai 

— Faster-est. 
Get her head round as fast as possible, 
or. Get her on the other tack as fast 
as possible nyu 

Get sail on your ship as. fast as possible, 

NYZ 

Get steam up as fast as possible kl 

Get under way as fast as you can---KN 
— Go as fast as you can. 

It is not safe to go so fast ls 

My chronometer is fast on Greenwich 

{or, first meridian) mean time GR 

Reduce speed ; you are towing me too 

fast xtt 

Shorten sail ; it is not safe to go so fast, 

VDK 

Will you send off lighters as fast as 
possible RC 

Your chronometer must be fast iql 

Fast. {Firmly fixed.) 
All fast DXJ 

Are towing cables fast? Are you (your 

cables) fast? "xyj 

Fast ice. 
Is the cable fast {or, rope belayed)?. hrk 

Is the line fast .-_- ^.kb 

Make fast — to — . rif 

Make fast to a buoy hms 

Make fast to the pier ...rig 

Towing cable is fast - xyv 

Fasten-ed-inq. 
■Fastening. {A fastening.) 
Fasten your chain to towing cable.HRC 



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241 



FATHEE— FEND. 



MTS 

MTU 

MTV 

MTW 
MTX 
MTY 

MTZ 

MUA 



MUB 

MUC 
MUD 
MUE 
MUP 
MUG 



MUH 
MUX 

MUJ 

MUK 

MUL 

MUN 
MUO 

MUP 

MUQ 
MUR 
MUS 

MUT 
MUV 

MUW 



MUX 

MUY 
MUZ 
MVA 
MVB 
MVC 

MVD 



Father-ly. 

Fathom. ( Measure of length) atw 

Fathom-ed-ing-able. 
Best anchorage (or, berth) is in. — 

fathoms ..ov 

— -How many fathoms? 

Fatigue-d-ing. 

— Much fatigued (or, tired). 

— Too fatigued (or, tired) . 

Fault-y-ily. 

Considerable fault found — with — ..jqi 

Favok-ed-ing-able-y. 

Apparently f avorable-y een 

Appear-ed-ing-ance favorable. . .. _ -EEV 
I shall not weigh until I get a favorable 

start ZAW 

I shoTild esteem it a favor mhp 

— If favorable. 

— In favor of. 

— Is he {or person indicated) in favor of? 

— ^Not in favor of. 

— Should it be favorable. 
Should it not be favorable. 
Without favor-- zhi 



Fbak-bd-ing-ful-ly. 

— Fears are entertained for the safety of ■ — . 
Need not fear - - sgf 

— No fear. 

Fearnought, or. Felt. 

Feast-ed-ing. 

Feather-ed-inq. 

— Feather strengthening. 



February. 

About February the — - 
— Beginning of February. 
— End cf February. 
— Next February. 



Fedeeal-ist-ation. 
— Shipping Federation. 

Fee. 

Any fee {or, charge)? eow 

What are the pilot fees — f or — ? . . .tju 

Feeble- y-ness. ( Weak) yxk 

Feed-ing-er. 

Feed-check valves out of order iod 

— Feed pipe. 

— Feed pipe broken {or, out of order). 

— Feed pump. 

— ^Feed pump out of order. 

— ^Feed-pump valves out of order. 

Feel-ing. Felt. To feel. 
The way is off my ship ; you may feel 

your way past me .- - -HL 

What is the current? Do you, or, Do 

we feel any current? kgi 



MVE 



MVF 
MVG 

MVH 

MVI 

MVJ 



MVK 

MVL 

MVN 



MVO 
MVP 



MVQ 
MVB 



MVS 
MVT 
MVU 



Feet. Foot. {Measure of length. ) {See 

alsoFocyi) avy 

At high water you will have — feet-KUY 
At low water you will have — feet- -KUZ 

Cubic foot AYC 

Dangerous to," or, Do not come into less 

than — feet water pv 

Footbridge hgr 

Foot ice FBI 

Footpath ---NHE 

Foot-sore nhp 

Got bottom — with — feet hba 

— How many feet? 

How many feet at low water? kvp 

I am in — feet of water,.' vp 

I draw — feet aft and — feet forward, 

OA 

Marked in feet RLK 

My draft of water is — feet — inches 
aft LNC 

My draught of water is — feet — inches 

forward-- - lnd 

No bottom — with — feet hbb 

Rise and fall is about — feet vxr 

Square foot axt 

The depth of water here {or at place indi- 
cated) is — feet at low water kvd 

Tide has fallen — feet xsi 

Tide rises — feet xsm 

What draught of water in feet could 

you lighten to? ob 

You will have less than — feet of 

water kvj 

You will not have less than — feet of 

water vu 

— feet water in the hold QM 



Feign-ed-ing. Feint. 

— Only intended for a feint. 

Fell. {See also Fall. ) 

— Fell down. 

—Fell from — . 

Fell from aloft bad 

Fell in with — mro 

— Fell in with a privateer. 
Fell off - — . MRP 



Fellow. 
Felon- Y-ious-LY. 

Felt. {See Feel) mvd 

Felt, or. Fearnought muk 

Felucca. 

Female. 
Clothing for female passengers. Wom- 
en's clothing IVR 

— Female on board. 

— Female passenger. 
Have you any females on board?-. -GQH 
I have no females on board gqk 



Fend-ed-ing-er. 

—Fend off. 

— Fenders ready. 



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FEERUT.K— FINE. 


MVW 


Fereule. 
Boiler tube ferrules Gwo 


MXL 


FlPTEEN-TH-LY. 






MXN 


FlPTH-LY. FlVK. 


U\X 


Feeby-ibd-ing. 


MXO 


—Fifth mast. 


MVY 


—Ferry boat. 


MXP 


— Five-masted ship. 






MXQ 


Fig. 


MVZ 


Fetch-ed-ing. {To reach). 






MWA 


— Can fetch. 


MXR 


FiGHT-iNG. Fought. To fight. 


MWB 


— Can you fetch? 


MXS 


— A running fight. 


MWC 


—Fetch on the other tack. 




Any fighting— at ^? box 


MWD 


— ^Fetch on this tack. 


MXT 


— I have had {or vessel indicated has had) 


MWE 


— How high must I lie to fetch? 




a fight with a privateer. 


MWF 


—You will not fetch. 


MXU 


— Some squabble {or, fight) on shore with 




Fetch-ed-ing. To fetch. (SeeBRmG).HiK 


MXV 


crew. 
—There has been fighting at — ? 


MWG 


Fevee-ish. 


MXW 


FlGTTEE. 




A case of fever has broken out on board 


MXY 


—Figurehead. 




this ship {or ship indicated) gpr 








Any cases of fever on board {or. 


MXZ 


File. 




at—)? 1 EON 








Case of fever - idm 


MYA 


FlLL-ED-ING. To HLI* 




Enteric fever mfe 


MYB 


— ^FiU main topsail 




Fever and ague duz 


MYO 


—Fill up water. 


MWH 


— Fever very prevalent at — . 






MWI 


— Has yellow fever diminished at — ? 


MYD 


FiLTEE-ED-ING. 


MWJ 


— Has yellow fever disappeared at — ? 


MYE 


—Filter tank. 


MWK 


— I have had cases of yellow fever on board. 






MWL 


— I have had no cases of yellow fever on 


MYF 


FiNAIi-LY. 




board. 




The decision is final kpw 


MWN 
MWO 


—Intermittent fever. 

— Is there yellow fever at — ? 




The final decision is kpx 




MWP 


—Jungle fever. 


MYG 


FlNANOE-IAL-IEE. 


MWQ 


— Malarious fever. 






MWR 


— iScarlet fever. 


MYH 


FiND-iNG. To FIND. {See also FoxjUD.) 


MWS 


— Typhoid fever. 


MYI 


—Can, or. May find. 




Typhus fever yes 


MYJ 


—Can you find — ? 


MWd: 


— Yellow fever. 


MYK 


— Can not find. 


MWU 


—Yellow fever has diminished at — . 


MYL 


—Could find. 


MWV 


— Yellow fever has disappeared at — . 




Could not find the address djk 


MWX 


—Yellow fever is raging at — . 


MXN 


—Did you find? 


MWY 


men of the crew have been ill of 


MYO 


^Find out. 




yellow fever. {Number to follow.) 


MYP 


—Find out the mistake. 


MWZ 


— — passengers have been ill of yellow 




Found NOQ 




fever. {Number to follow.) 


MYQ 


— ^He {or person indicated) will find. 
I find great difficulty in weighing. . kzv 


MXA 


Few. a few. 




Not a piece to be found tia 




A few days kmv 




Range finder uhv 


MXB 


— Few expected. 


MYR 


—Should you {or person indicated) find. 


MXC 


—Few hurt. 


MYS 


— Should you {or person indicated) not 




Few opportunities sew 




find. 


MXD 


— Fewer. 




Try to find out ycw 


MXE 


—Fewest. The fewest. 


MYT 


—Where shall I find — ? 


MXF 


— Have, or, Has a few. 


MYU 


—Where shall I fmi— {vessel indicated)1 




In a few minutes. Few minutes. . .Kvc 




You will find great difficulty in getting 




Too few xvD 




through the ice at — PCI 




Very few ypg 


MYV 


—You will find me at— at— (iime indi- 




Very few arrivals eyt 




cated). 
You will find the pilot in — (direction 








MXG 


FiD-DED-DING. 




indicated) — tjz 


MXH 


Fiddle-d-ing 


MYW 


Fine. {Good.) 


MXI 


—Fiddler. 


MYX 


— Fine day. 






MYZ 


— Fine weather. 


MXJ 


FlELD-ED-ING. 


MZA 


—If fine. 


MXK 


Field glass. Binocular glb 

—Field gun. 




Very fine yph 






Ice field, or. Floe pbw 


MZB 


FiNE-D-lNG. (To mulct.) 




Uluminate-d-ing mine field... pdb 

Mine field euo 




Police (or o^/ier) authorities have fined— , | 

FNP 





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FINGEB— FIRM. 



MZC 

MZD 
MZE 
MZF 
MZG 



MZH 
MZI 

MZJ 



MZK 

MZL 
MZN 



MZO 



MZP 
MZQ 



MZR 

MZS 



MZT 
MZU 



MZV 

MZW 

MZX 

MZY 

NAB 

NAG 

NAD 

NAB 

NAF 



NAG 
NAH 
NAI 



Finger. 

Finish. 

— Finished-ing. To finish. 
— Have you finished? 
— Is it finished? 

Report when finished (or, complete-d) — 

with jKS 

— Shall be finished. 
— When finished. 

When finished coaling ixp 

— When will yon (or vessel indicated) be 
finished? 

When will yon have finished coaling? 

IXQ 

Fir. 

Fire. 

— Alarm of fire. 

Are you on fire? om 

Bank up fires fuk 

Can extinguish fire MPS 

— Can fire be got under? 

Caught fire ipg 

Cease firing igk 

Clean fires ISR 

Derelict has been fired kvq 

Destroyed by fire kxo 

Do not light your fires QRS 

Draw fires lni 

Engine-room fire mbf 

— Fire a signal gun. 

—Fire and lights out. 

Fire bar. Furnace bar fwk 

Fire brigade hgz 

Fire bucket hkv 

Fire can easily be got at on 

Fire difBcult to get at op 

Fire engine --' map 

— Fire-ing. To fire. 

— Fire is extinguished. 

Fire gaining OQ 

Fire gains rapidly ; take people oil . -XG 

— Fire grapnel. 
Fire has been burning these — hours - hnp 
Fire has broken out on board of — _.gqc 

— Fire in — . 

Fire in hold amongst cargo or 

Fire, or. Leak ; want immediate assist- 
ance - J^H 

Fire, or, Lights will be kept burning at 
the best place for landing - kb 

— Fireproof. 

—Fire ship (or, raft). 

— Fire upon. 

— Firearms. 

—Fireman. 

—Firewood. 

— Fireworks. 

—Firing battery. 

— Firing gear. 

Forced fires--- nhx 

Guns firing in — (quarter indicated) - ojz 
Guns firing last night in (quarter indi- 
cated) OKA 

Guns firing to the — okb 

—Have you a good fire engine? 
—Have you fire hose enough for — ? 
— Heard firing to the — . 
■ Heave-to, or I will fire into you id 



NAj; 

NAK 

NAL 

NAM 
NAO 



NAP 
NAQ 



NAR 

NAS 



NAT 
NAU 



NAV 
NAW 



Fire — Continued. 

— How long have you {or vessel indicated) 
been on fire? 

I am on fire .: NM 

I am sinking (or, on fire) ; send all avail- 
able boats to save passengers and 

crew no 

—I shall fire into boats if they persist in 
coming alongside. 

Is fire extinguished? - OS 

— Is — (vessel indicated) on fire? 
Keep lights (or, fires) on the beach (or, 

shore all night) vzw 

Keep your fires banked up pzv 

Lay fires Qiv 

—Let your fires down. 

Light your fires QSJ 

Lighting fires QSC 

Lights, or. Fires will be kept at the best 

place for coming on shore ke 

— May I fire? 
Minute guns firing in — (direction indi- 
cated) -OKH 

Minute guns firing last night in — 

(quarter indicated) 9KI 

Missed fire eVy 

No combustibles (or, explosives) near 

the fire hr 

— On fire. 

Opeii fire, or. Commence fire. srd 

Portfire-.- -- tpd 

— Put out fires. 

Quick-firing ammunition epx 

Quick-firing gun okl 

— Seamen and Firemen's Union. 
—Under fire — of. 

Vessel indicated is on fire ot 

Where is the fire? - -OU 

With assistance fire can be subdued. 
With help I may be able to extinguish 

fire FGV 

With immediate assistance, fire can be 

extinguished — NY 

— You can get any quantity of firewood. 
— You must not fire. 

Fire bar. Furnace bar fwk 

Fire BUCKET hkv 

Fire engine map 

Have you a good fire engine? nag 

Fire ship, (or, raft) mzw 

Firearms mzy 

Fireman nab 

Firemen and Seamen's Union nar 

Firewood nac 

You can get any quantity of firewood, 

NAT 

Fireworks nad 

Firkin. (Measure of capacity) ayv 

Firm-lyness. 
Firm op — . 



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FIRST— FLAG. 



NAX 



NAY 

NAZ 

NBA 

NBC 

NBD 

NBE 

NBF 

NBG 

NBH 

NBI 

NBJ 



NBK 



NBL 

NBM 



NBO 
NBP 

NBQ 

NBR 
NBS 
NBT 



NBU 

NBV 

NBW 

NBX 

NBY 

NBZ 

NCA 
NCB 



NCD 



NCE 
NCF 
NCG 
NCH 



Firstly. 
At first-— - FID 

By the first conveyance -- JTZ 

First-class isf 

First-class torpedo boat Gsx 

— First mast. 

— First offer. 

— First of all. In the first place. 

— First ofiflcer. 

— First opportunity. 

— First quarter. 

— First quarter of the moon. 

— First ship. 

— First time. 

— First voyage. 

— First vyatch. 

First week in — zam 

In the first place. First of all nba 

My first meridian (or, Greenwich) mean 

time is — -xl 

My first meridian is Cadiz, west of 
Greenv\dch 6° 12' 24" = Oh. 24m. 49.6s., 

HSI 

— My first meridian is Greenwich. 
My first meridian is Paris, east of Green- 
wich 2° 20' 15 " = Oh. 9m. 21s tbl 

The first lull, or. When it lulls eda 

— What is your first meridian? 
— When first seen. 
Will yon show me your Greenwich (or, 
first meridian) mean time?.,- xn 

Fish. 

Codflsh-ery izb 

-Fish-ed-ing. To fish. 

Fish davit ..kms 

—Fishhook. 

— Fish very scarce. 

— Fisherman. 

—Fishery. 

Fishery steamer wtg 

Fishing craft (or, boat) kaz 

— Fishing ground. 

— Fishing line. 

—Fishing net. 

— Fishing season. 

— Fresh fish. 

— Good season for fish. 
Herring fishery ouj 

— Have you any fish? 

— I have taken — {quantity indicated) — of 
fish. 

Pilchard fishery tim 

Preserved fish . tui 

Salt fish VPT 

Shellfish VWH 

The bank is encumbered with fishing 
boats . EP 

—There are plenty of fish to be caught 
here. 
Whale fishery _zbx 

Fish-ed-ing. To fish. (Repair a spar. ) 
— A fish for — . 
— Can be fished at sea. 
— Can you supply a fish for my — (spar 
indicated) ? 

Fish davit kms 

Fish the anchor, or, Anchor fished-EHB 

Sprung foremast, but can fish it at 

sea NKX 



NCI 

NCJ 



NCK 
NCL 
NCM 
NCO 



NOP 



NCQ 

NCR 

NCS 

NCT 
NCU 



NCV 
NCW 



NCX 



NCY 
NCZ 
NDA 
NDB 



NDC 
NDE 



NDF 
NDG 
NDH 
NDI 



NDJ 
NDK 
NDL 
NDM 
NDO 



FjSH-rContinued. 

—Will you lend me a fish for my mast? 

FiT-TED-TING-NESS (TO,' Or, FOE). 

Article indicated can be supplied, but it 
will require fitting- ezf 

— Fit for the purpose — of. 

— Fit-ted-ting out. 

— Fit-ted-ting very well. 

— Fitting new propeller. 

No boats fit for this work zhv 

Send boats fit for landing passengers -FI 

—Will not fit. 

Five. FifM-ly - mxn 

Fifth mast Mxo 

Five-masted ship ■ mxp 

FiX-ED-ING. 

Can you fix any time for? xtj 

Can not fix any time — for — xtk 

— Fixed and fiashing light. 

—Fixed light. 

Fixtuke. 

Flag. {See also Coloes. ) 

Admiral's fiag dkm 

Admiralty flag dls 

Beach the vessel where flag is waved 

{or, light is shown) -FZT 

Boat should endeavor to land where flag 

* is waved ( or, light is shown ) jz 

— Can make out flags {or, colors). 

— Can you make out her flag (or, signal) ? 

Can not distinguish your flags; come 

nearer, or make Distant Signals-. -VM 

— Can not make out the flags {or, signals). 

Code flag {when spoken of) izf 

Boes embargo extend to vessels under — 

flag? Lwo 

Flag captain -HWX 

— Flag of truce. 

— Flagship. 

— Flag signal-ling. 

-Flagstaff. 

Flag union downward mej 

Flags seen but signal not understood, 

wcx 

Foreign flags (colors, ensigns) mek 

Geneva Convention flag {when spoken 

of) '--- -NXT 

— Haul down your flags. 

Hoist mast-head flags- owg 

Hoist quarantine flag tv 

— Hoist your flags where best seen. 

House flag .--OZQ 

I can not make out the flags (or, signals), 

NCX 

I can not make out the flags ; hoist the 
signals in a better position owl 

— I can not make out the bottom flag. 

— I can not make out the second flag. 

— I can not make out the third flag. 

— I can not make out the top flag. 
Not clean bill of health flag {when 
spoken of) isw 

— Numeral flag. 

— Pilot-boat flag {when spoken of ) . 

—Pilot jack {or, flag) {when spoken of). 

— Plague flag {when spoken of) . 

— Powder flag {when spoken of) . 



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FLAG— FLUKE. 



NDP 
NDQ 



NDE 

NDS 
NDT 



NDU 

NDV 

NDW 

NDX 
NDY 
NDZ 



NEA 



NEB 
NBC 

NED 

NEF 

NEG 

NEH 

NEI 
NEJ 



NEK 



NEL 

NEM 
NEO 

NEP 
NEQ 

NEE 

NES 



NET 

NEU 
NEV 



Flag — Continued. 

Private flag. 
— Quarantine flag (when spoken of) . 
Repeat ship's name ; yonr flags were not 

made out du 

Set of flags vsi 

Signal not understood, although the 

flags are distinguished wcx 

Standard. Royal flag wqn 

—The flag with — . 

Union-jack 1 yje 

— What flag is she (or, are th'ey) under? 
— Your flags arc not clear. 
Your flags seem to be incorrectly hoisted 

(or, Jioisted upside down) owm 

Your signal flags can not be distin- 
guished 1,HB 

Flame-d-inq. 

Flange. 

Flannel. 

Flare — ^up. Flare light. 

— Holme's light (large flare). 

— Holme's light (small flare). 

Red flare time 

White flare zdh 

Flash-ed-ing. 
Bum blue light, or, Flash powder. _60Q 
Fixed and flashing light - - - -NCR 

— Flashing lig;ht. 

— Group flashing light. 
Use flashing signals wdn 

Flat-ten-ly. 

Flat-bottom boat gsy 

— Flatter-est. 

Send flats to discharge cargo iaz 

Flaw. 

— -Flaw in shaf);. 

Flax. 

Fleet. 
Any alteration in the position of the 

squadron (or, fleet)? ebz 

Channel fleet (or, squadron) ilb 

— Did the fleet (or, squadron)? 

Enemy's fleet (or, squadron) lzg 

Enemy's fleet has been seen to the — , 

steering to the — og 

— Fleet consists of — . 

— Fleet, or, Squadron is (or, was). 

— Fleet, or. Squadron when last seen was 

off—. 
— Fleet organization. 
— For the fleet (or, squadron). 
— From the fleet (or, squadron). 
— In the fleet (or, squadron). 

Letters of fleet (or, squadron) qom 

Saw the enemy's fleet (or, squadron) 

off— OK 

Saw the enemy's fleet (or, squadron) 

steering — Lzs 

— Saw the fleet (or, squadron) off — steer- 
ing —. 
— The fleet (or, squadron) is at — . 
— To the fleet (or, squadron). 
What is the state of health of the fleet 

(or, squadron) at — ? org 

When is the fleet (or, squadron) ?--WPH 



NEW 
NEX 

NEY 
NEZ 

NFA 



NFB 

NFC 
NFD 



NFE 
NFG 

NFH 

NFI 

NFJ 

NFK 
NFL 

NFM- 
NFO 
NFP 
NFQ 

NFR 

NFS 

NFT 

NFU 
NFV 

NFW 



NFX 
NFY 

NFZ 
NGA 



Fleet — Continued. 

Where is our fleet (or, squadron) ?-.wpi 

Where is the — fleet (or, squadron )?-.SK 

Where was the fleet (or, squadron) on 

the — ? ,-.- wpj 

Flew. (See Fly) ngc 

Flexible-y-ility. 
Flight. 

Fling-ing. Flung. (Throw) xrj 

Flint-y. 

Float-ed-ing. 

A good deal of floating ice in — pbg 

Am, Is, or. Are afloat by 

—Floated off. 

Floating anchor. Sea anchor big 

Floating bridge hgq 

Floating, or. Liquid compass — -.jhp 
Floating dock ljd 

— Floating light. 

— Floating mine. 

— Floating obstruction in (or, at) — . 

Floating stage wpv 

Light, or, floating light is discontinued 

(or, gone) QSG 

Nearly afloat dqa 

Not afloat-- dqb 

Paddle float -Szf 

— The tide will float her off. 

— When you float. 
Will be afloat dqp 

-Will-not float. 

Flogk. (Herd.) 

Floe. 
Icefield, or. Floe pbw 

Flog-ged-ging. 

Flood-bd-ing. 

As soon as the flood tide makes fbp 

— Flood sets. 

—Flood tide. 

— Flooding cock. 

— How will the flood set? 

Next flood -'- SHY 

— When the flood makes. 

When will the flood tide make? xj 

Floor-ing. 

Florin, Guilder, or, Gulden. ( Coin) . atq 

Flotilla. 

Flotsam. 

Flour. 
Barrels of flour pxt 

Flow-ed-ing. To plow. 

Tide flows at — xsh 

When will the tide flow? XJ 

Flown. (See Fly) ngc 

Flugtuate-d-ing-ion. 

Flue. 

Flue boiler — .Gwz 

—Sweeping the flues (or, funnels, or, tubes). 

Fluid. 
Condy's fluid. Crimson fluid JNK 

Fluke op anchor eho 



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FLUSH— FOR. 



NGB 

NGC 
NGD 



NGE 
NGF 

NGH 
NGI 

NGJ 

NGK 



NGL 
NGM 

NGO 

NGP 

NGQ 



NGR 
NGS 

NGT 



NGU 
NGV 



NGW 



Flush— WITH. 

Fly-ing. Flew. Flown. To fly. 

—Flying jib. 

Flying jib-boom Gzp 

Pilot signal flying tjm 

FoD. {Measure of length) avx 

Fodder. 

FOG-GY. 

Delayed by thick fog, or, Detained by 
thick fog KSE 

During a thick fog lpn 

During the fog lpr 

— Fog buoy. 
— Fog horn. 
Fog signal wcj 

— Fog too thick. 
Foggy weather zc 

Gun fog-signal ojs 

— ^How long have yon had this fog? 
I have had thick fog on the bank. - . rvc 

Keep close during the fog pyo 

On account of the fog (or, weather) .dfq 
Shall signal with siren {or, steam whistle) 

during fog (or, darkness)..- '.we 

The bank was clear of fog fvi 

— There has been so much fog as to cause 
considerable detention. 

—Thick fog. 
Thick fog coming on gj 

— Through the fog. 

— We have bad a lot of fog. 

Follow-ed-ing-er. 

As follows FAJ 

Communicate the following jpq 

Course to be followed jzh 

— Follow her (it, or, them). 
— Follow me {or vessel indicated). 
— FoUowmotions. 
Following communication {or, signal) 

is confidential {or, private) hx 

Following cbmmunication (signal, or, 

message) is secret and in cipher.. iqv 

Note. — The cipher will continue until 

the person signaling hoists iqs. 
Forward following message by tele- 
graph to — NMW 

Forward following telegraphic message 
by signal letters instead of writing it 

at length- xb 

—Forward the following information to—. 

Has paper of the following date . _ .kmc 
— Have obtained the following informa- 
tion from — . 

Have received the following communi- 
cation {or, instructions) from your 
agent {or, owner) ia 

I have the following information — 

from — ...NGV 

— I will follow. 

Send an express with the following 
intelligence poh 

Send the following articles ezh 

Send the following message by post to 
owner {or, to Mr. — ) at — uWY 

Send the following message by telegraph 
to owner {or, to Mr. — ) at — XA 



NGX 



NGY 

NGZ 
NHA 



NHB 
NHC 



NHD 



NHE 
NHF 



NHG 

NHI 



NHJ 
NHK 
NHL 
NHM 
NHO 
NHP 
NHQ 



NHR 



Follow — Continued. 
Send the following message through 
the post to owner (or, to Mr. — )at — , 
by signal letters instead of writing it 

at length wz 

—Shall I follow? 
Strange vessel following convoy . wyv 
Telegraph following message to — {ship 

or person indicated) at — - . xd 

Telegraph to my family at — the fol- 
lowing message xmf 

The following articles ezi 

The following signal (communication, 

or, message) is in cipher (secret). .iqv 

Note. — T%e cipher vnll continue unti^ 

the person signaling hoists IQS. 

—Will you follow? 

Will you forward (or, communicate) the 

following signal for me ik 

— With the following information. 
Food. 

Distressed for want of food lhe 

Want food (provisions) ytu 

Want food. Starving nv 

Want food immediately yo 

Fool-ish-ly-ness. 
Foolscap Paper. 
Foot. {Measureof length.) (SeeaZsoFEET), 

AVY 

Cubic foot {solid measure) ayo 

Square foot {square or surface measure). 

Foot. (See a?so Feet.) ^^"^ 

CrOWSfoot KER 

Cubic foot AYO 

Footbridge hgr 

Foot ice .PBi 

— Footpath. 

— Foot-sore. 

For BPA 

For all BPC 

For consideration — of — jqn 

For him (his, her, it-s, or persons or 
things indicated) bpd 

— For instance. 
For me (my, mine) bpe 

— For passage — to {or, in). 

For — {persons indicated) bpd 

For that (or, this) bpf 

For the bpg 

For the future nur 

— For the present. At present. 

— For the purpose — of. 

— For the quarter. 

— For the safety of. 

— For the sake of. 

— For the shore. 

— For the sick. 

For them (their-s) bph 

For these {or, those) bpi 

For this (or, that) bpf 

— For this port. 

For us (our-s) .bpj 

For what {or, which)? bpk 

For, or, To whom {or, whose)? bpl 

For you (your-s) bpm 

He, She, It (or persons or things indi- 
cated) is (or, are) for ...bur 

Not for OFR 

Ready for — {or, to — ) UJS 



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FOB— FORCE. 



NHS 
NHT 
NHU 



For — Continued. 

Run for. Make for. ...eih 

Sailed for — vei 

Send for vpr 

They are for cnm 

Used— for — ymv 

Was, or. Were for cop 

Where for? cta 

— Whom is it for? Whom for. 

FORAGE-D-ING. TO FORAGE. 
FORBID-DEN-DING. FORBADE. 



NHV 



NHW 
NHX 
NHY 



NHZ 



FORCE-D-ING. To FORCE. 

Enemy is collecting in force — at . . -LZd 
Enemy's force lzh 

—Forced by. 

—Forced fires. 

— Forcible-y. 
I did not abandon her until I was forced, 

cxo 

Inferior force — pjl 

Superior force l.xem 

United force — --.yjh 

—What force? 



NIA 

NIB 
NIC 

Nm 

NIE 
NIF 

NI& 

NIH 
NU 
NIK 



NIL 



NIM 



NIO 
NIP 



FORCE OF WIND. 



Force op wind. 

Note. — The signals only represent the numbers. Thus: NIK is force of wind 8. 



FOBCE. 

— 

— 1 



— 3 

— 4 

— 5 

— 6 

— 7 

— 8 



-10 



—11 
—12 



Denotes calm. 

Light air, just sufficient to give steerage way. 

Light breeze 



Gentle breeze 
Moderate breeze 

Fresh breeze 

Strong breeze 
Moderate gale 
Fresh gale 



Strong gale 



i With which a well-conditioned ship under all j. ^ to 3 knots 
( sail and clean full would go in smooth water. ) 

" " " 3to4knQts. 

" " " " 4 to 5 knots. 

( In which the same ship could just ) Rgyais, etc. 
( carry closehauled ) •' 



1^ 



Single reefs and top- 
gallant sails. 

Double reefs, jib. Topgallant 
etc. 

Triple reefs, 
courses, etc. 



Whole gale 



Storm 
Hurricane 



sails. 
Topsails, 
jib, etc. 
("Reefed up- 
J per top- 
{ sails and 
|_ courses, 
r Lower top- 
i sails and 
[ courses. 

With which she could only bear closereefed Lower main topsail 
maintopsail and reefed foresail. and reefed foresail. 

With which she would be reduced to storm staysails. 
To which she could show no canvas. 




NOTE. 



Miles 
per 
hour. 



3 

4 
5 
10 
15 
20 
25 



Feet 
per 



176 

264 

352 

440 

880 

1330 

1760 

2200 



Force ia 
pounds per 
square foot. 



005 
020 
044 
079 
123 
492 
107 
970 
067 



Description of wind. 



Hardly perceptible. 
i Light air. 

[• Gentle breeze. 

Fresh to strong breeze. 

[ Moderate gale. 



per 
hour. 



30 
35 
40 
45 
50 
60 
70 
80 
100 



per 
minute. 



2640 
3080 
3520 
3960 
4400 
5280 
6160 
7040 
8800 



P&ESSUBE. 



Force in 
pounds per 
square foot. 



4.429 
6.037 
7.870 

o.aoo 

12. 304 
17. 733 
24. 153 
31.490 
49.200 



Description of wind. 



i Strong gale. 

I Whole gale. 

Storm. 
y Great storm. 

(• Hurricane. 



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FORD— FORESIGHT. 



NIQ 

NIR 

NIS 
NIT 

NIU 



NIV 



NIW 
NIX 
NIY 
NIZ 

NJA 

NJB 
NJC 
NJD 
NJE 
NJF 
NJG 
NJH 

nJi 

NJK 
NJL 
NJM 
NJO 
NJP 
NJQ 
NJR 
NJS 



NJT 

NJU 

N.TV 

NJW 

NJX 

NJY 

NJZ 



NKA 
NKB 
NKC 
NKD 
NKE 
NKF 
NKG 
NKH 



NKI 
NKJ 



ford-ed-inq-able. 

Fore. 

— Can I get a spar for a fore yard at — ? 

— Fore and aft. 

— Fore and aft sails. 

Fore chains UQ 

Fore clew garnets lUG 

^Fore course. Fore sail. 

Fore hold njtj 

Fore magazine rel 

— Fore part. 

— Fore rigging. 

— Fore royal. 

— Fore royal yard. 

— Fore runner. 
Fore sail Krv 

— Fore sheet. 

— ^Fore stay. 

— Fore staysail. 

— Fore tack. 

— Fore top. 

— Fore topgallant mast. 

— Fore topgallant sail. 

— Fore topgallant yard. 

— Fore topmast. 

— Fore topmast sprung. 

— Fore topmast staysail. 

— Fore topsail. 

— Fore topsail yard. 

— Fore yard. 

— Fore yard gone in the slings. 

— Fore yard sprung. 

Forecast nkl 

Forecastle ieo 

— Forefoot. 

— Forehold. 

— Foreland. 

— Forelock. 

— Foreman. 

— Foremast. 

—Foremost. 
Forenoon. A. M. Before noon. In the 
forenoon edu 

— Forereach-ed-ing. 

— Foresee-n-ing. 

— Foresight. 

— Forestall-ed-ing. 

— Foretell-ing. Foretold. 

— Forewarn-ed-ing. 

— Gaff fore sail. 

— I have carried away fore yard. 
I have sprung (or, damaged) fore yard, 

KJH 

— Lower fore topsail yard. 
— Upper fore topsail yard. 
What are the dimensions of your fore 
yard? lap 

Fore part niw 

Pore rigging nix 

Fore runner nja 

Fore stay-- .■... njc 

Pore top - njp 

Fore topgallant mast njg 



NKL 



NKM 



NKO 



NKP 

NKQ 
NKR 

NKS 
NKT 

NKU 



NKV 



NKW 
NKX 

NKY 



NKZ 



NLA 



Fore topgallant sail --.njh 

Fore topgallant yard nji 

Fore topmast njk 

Fore topmast sprung njl 

Fore topsail- njo 

Pore topsail yard njp 

Lower fore topsail yard nki 

Upper fore topsail yard nk j 

Fore yard--, njq 

I have carried away fore yard nkh 

I have sprung {or, damaged) fore yard, 

KJH 

What are the dimensions of your fore 
yard lap 

Forecast. (See also Weather. ) 
What is the meteorological forecast for 

to-day? ZK 

What is the meteorological forecast for 

to-morrow? zl 

— What is the weather forecast? 

Forecastle ieo 

Forefoot njt 

Forehold nju 

Foreign. 
Foreign affairs dpc 

Foreign colors (flags, ensigns) mek 

— Foreign crew. 

Foreign Enlistment Act dip 

— Foreign-going ship. 

— Foreign OflSce, State Department. 

— Foreign oflBcer. 

— Foreign telegram. 

Foreign trade xzl 

— Foreigner. 

Lloyd's Register of British and Foreign 

Shipping- Qwv 

— Vessel is a foreigner. 

Foreland njv 

Forelock njw 

Foreman njx 

Foremast njy 

— Sprung my fore mast and must bear up. 
— Sprung my fore mast, but can fish it at 

sea. 
— With loss of fore mast. 

Foremost . njz 

Forenoon. A. M. Before noon. In 

THE forenoon EDU 

— Forenoon watch. 

FOREREACH-ED-ING NKA 

FORESEE-N-ING NKB 

— Could not foresee. Unforeseen. 
Foresight nkc 



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249 



FOREST— FOUL. 



NLB 



NLC 

NLD 

NLE 



NLF 

NLG 

f 

NLH 

NLI 

NLJ 

NLK 

NLM 

NLO 



NLP 

NLQ 
NLR 

NLS 

NLT 

NLU 

NLV 

NLW 

NLX 

NLY 

NLZ 



NMA 
NMB 
NMC 
NMD 

NME 

NMP 

NMG 
NMH 
NMI 



NMJ 
NMK 



NML 
NMO 



POBEST-BR. 

FORESTALL-ED-ING NliD 

FOBETELL-ING. FOEETOLD NKE 

FORETOP NJP 

Forewarn -ED-iNG nkf 

forfeit-ed-ing-ure. 

Forge. 

— Have you anyone that can work at a 
forge? 

forge-d-ing-r. to forge. 

Forgery. 

forgbt-ting. forgot-ten. 
— Do not forget. 
— I have forgotten. 
— I will not forget. 
— ^Will not forget. 

— ^You have (or person indicated has) for- 
gotten. 

FORGIVE-N-ING-NESS. FORGAVE. 
FORK-ED-ING. In FORK. 

— ^Forkhead. 
In fork NLQ 

— Knives and forks. 

FORM-ED-ING. To FORM. 

A-nrrnl present formation emh 

— Form a junction — with. 

— Form columns of divisions in line ahead. 

— Form single column in line abreast. 

— FonH single column in line ahead. 

— Formation. 

— ^In proper form. 

Present formation tub 

Preserve formation tug 

formal-ly-ity. 

former-ly. 

Formidable. 

forsake-n-ing. forsook. 

fort-ress. 

Any forts? boy 

Strong fort ~'" 

Forthwith. 



-XAR 



FORTIFY-IED-ING. 

— Fortification. 

— ^Fortifications have been increased at — . 
Strongly fortified XAU 

FOETNIGHT-LY. 

— A fortnight since. 

In about a fortnight dah 

/ 

FORTDNATE-LY. 

— Fortunate enough to. 



NMP 
NMQ 
NMR 
NMS 
NMT 



NMU 
NMV 



NMW 



NMX 
NMY 



NMZ 



NOA 
NOB 

NOG 
NOD 

NOE 



NOP 
NOG 
NOH 



NOI 
NOJ 



FORTUNATE — Continued. 

— Fortune. 

— Have you been fortunate? 

I have been fortunate. 

I have not been fortunate. 

■No fortune. 

Very fortunate 



NOK 



PORWARD-ED-ING — TO — . To FORWARD. 

Afloat forward bx 

— Can I forward {or, take) letters for you? 

Can telegraph message be forwarded 
from — ?-- WR 

Can you forward my message by tele- 
graph? HU 

Forward answer by telegraph to signal 
station at — emw 

Forward-ed-ing application to (or, for), 

ESP 

Forward by telegraph and pay for trans- 
mission HY 

— ^Forward following message by tele- 
graph to — . 
Forward following telegraphic message 
by signal letters instead of writing it 

at length xb 

Forward immediately pdi 

— Forward letters — to (or, for). 
— Forward message immediately without 
loss of time to — . 
Forward my communication by tele- 
graph, and pay for its transmission, 

HY 

— Forward my despatches. 

Forward my message through the tele- 
graph by signal letters xb 

Forward reply to my message by tele- 
graph to — WT 

Forward the following information to — , 

NGU 

— Have my letters been forwarded? 
— Have they been forwarded? 

I draw — feet aft — feet forward oa 

— I have forwarded the. 
— I will forward. 
— I will forward your letter on. 
My draught of water is — feet — inches 

forward lnd 

— My letters are all forwarded. 
—Shall I forward? 

— Shall, or. Will forward (or, be for- 
warded). 
Tell — (person indicated) not to forward 

any more letters for me qs 

— They have been forwarded. 
— Were my letters properly forwarded? 
Will you forward my letters (or, des- 
patches) to — ? QU 

Will you forward (or, communicate) the 
following signal for me? ik 

FoT. (Measune of length) avz 

Fought. (See also Fight) . _ mxr 

When was the battle fought? pzb 

Where was the battle fought? fzo 

FOUL-ED-ING-NESS. 

Anti-fouling composition enz 

Bottom (ship's) foul haw 

Every appearance of foul weather . .erz 



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Pakt II. 





FOUL— FRIAR'S BALSAM. 








Fovi^-Continued. 




Franc. (Coin) 


— .ATR 






Foul anchor. Fouled her (or, my) 












anchor eid 


NPQ 


France. (See also French. ) 








Foul berth gfq 

Foul ground. Rocky bottom haz 




Bank of France 


.-FUO 










NOL 


— Foul hawse. 


NPR 


Fraud-ulent. , 






NOM 


— Foul wind. 










NOP 


— Have, or, Has been fouled by — {vessel 


NPS 


Free-d-ing-ly. 








indicated). 


NPT 


— Can not keep free with pumps. 








Hawser fouled screw opu 


NPU 


-Free port. 








I have hooked your anchor eil 


NPV 


— Free trade-r. 








Run, or. Ran against (or, foul of)-.DSG 


NPW 


—Freeboard. 








You are in a foul berth (not in a good 


NPX 


— Going free. 








berth) ghk 


NPY 


— I can kee^free with pumps. 








You have given me a foul berth ...ghl, 




Is the harbor at — free from ice?. 
The harbor at — is free from ice . 


..PBZ 
-.PCE 




NOQ 


Found. (See also Find. ) 












Considerable fault found— with — -.jqi 


NPZ 


Freeze-ing. Frozen. ' 








Found defective kre 


NQA 


— Frozen meat. 






NOR 


—Found guilty. 


NQB 


— Is — frozen over? 








Gold h^s been found — at odl 


NQC 


— — is frozen over. 








Goods are found obr 




Frozen meat cargo 


-.HZB 




NOS 


— Have, or. Has f oxmd. 










NOT 


— Have, or, Has not found. 












Not a piece has been found tia 


NQD 


Freight. 








Pieces of the wreck have been found.TiB 




Any freight oflEering? 


...EOZ 




NOU 


—Was, or. Were found. 


NQE 


—Freight is to be procured. 






NOV 


— Was, or, Were not found. 


NQF 


—Freight looking better. 










NQG 


—Freight may be had for — (placfi 


indi- 




NOW 


Foundation. 


NQH 


cated) at — shillings per ton. 
—Have you any freight for — ? 






NOX 


Founder-ed-ing. 
Foundered at her anchors .eif 


NQI 


Is cotton freight to be procured?.. 
—Is freight paid? 


-JXW 






Is it confirmed that — (vessel indicated) 


NQJ 


—No freight to be had. 








has foundered? joo 


NQK 


—There is good freight to be had— at. 1 




NOY 


—Vessel indicated is supposed to have 


NQL 


—What are the freights for — ? 








foundered. 


NQM 


—Where can I get any freight? 






NOZ 


Foundry. 


NQO 


French-man. French Colors. 






NPA 


Fountain. 


NQP 


French Lloyd's. Verita;s. 






NPB 


FOUR-TH-LY. 


NQR 


Frequent-ly. 








Four-masted barque fxq 


NQS 


— ^I have frequently. 






NPC 


— Four-masted schooner. 


NQT 


— It frequently occurs. 






NPD 


—Four-masted ship. 










NPE 


—Fourth mast. 


NQU 


Freshly. 






NPF 


Fourth-mast chain ub 




Can fresh beef be procured? 

Fresh beef 


..GOZ 
-GDB 
-GDC 




— Fourth week in — . 




Fresh beef and vegetables 




NPG 


FOURTEEN-TH. 




Fresh bread. Soft bread 

Fresh breeze 


-HEO 
.HFZ 




NPH 


Fowl , lOP 


NQV 


Fresh butter 


-HOS 
-NBY 




Fox. 


Fresh fish: 




—Fresh gale. 








NQW 


— Fresh meat. 








Fraction. (SeepageM) bcy 


NQX 


—Fresh milk. 






NPI 


—Fractional. 


NQY 


-Fresh mutton. 






NPJ 


Fracture-d-ing. 


NQZ 

NRA 


—Fresh pork. 

— Fresh provisions. 






NPK 


— A severe fracture. 


NRB 
NRC 


—Fresh vegetables to be obtained. 
— Fresh water. 






NPL 
NPM 


Fragile. Frail." 
Fragment. 


NRD 


Wind fresh 


..ZFI 




Freshen-ed-ing. 










Breeze will freshen 


-HFY 




NPO 


Frame-d-ing. 
Crank frame kbt 


NRE 


—Freshen the nip. 

If the wind should freshen 

Wind will freshen 








Propeller frame broken (or, gone)-.TYZ 
Screw frame, or. Banjo fug 




.ZET 
.ZFN 










Stern frame wut 


NRF 


Friar's Balsam. 




- 





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251 



FRICTION— FUNERAL. 



NRG 



NRH 

NRI 

NRJ 

NRK 

NRL 



NRM 
NRO 
NRP 
NRQ 

NRS 

i NRT 



NRV 



NRW 
NRX 

NRY 



NRZ 



NSA 

NSB 

NSC 



Fkiction. 
Friction tube 



-YDF 



Friday. 

— Before Friday. 
— Friday morning. 
— ^Friday night. 
— Good Friday. 

Last Friday 

Next Friday.^... 



.-QGB 
-SHW 



Friend-ship. 

— Are your friends safe? 

— Friendly with. 

— Have you any friends — ^in — 1 

Vessel chasing is a friend intt 

— ^Your friend is on board. 

Frigate. 

From bpn 

Broke adrift dmo 

■Broke foom. 

Days from kne 

From him (his, her-s, or persons or 

things indicated) bpo 

From me (my, mine) bpq 

From that (or, this) bpr 

From the.- bps 

From the captain hwy 

From the eastward lsd 

-From the island. 

From the northward -SJL 

-From the rear. 

From the southward wlh 

From the westward zbr 

-From, or, OflE the wind. 

From them (their-s) bpt 

From there — BPtJ 

From thes0 {or, those ) . - - ^ - bpv 

From time to time --.xtl 

Fromus(our-s)- bpw 

From what {or, which) bpx 

From whence {or, where) . - - - -BPY 

From whom {or, whose) . bpz 

From you-r-s bqa 

He, She, It {or persons or things indi- 
cated) is (or, are) from bus 

Miles from {or, distant) lgi 

Not from cps 

Parted from -tbu 

Sailed from— vej 

Sails from— "^™ 

They are from .-.bet 

Was. or, Were from ...COQ 

Where are you from? ---Si 

Where from? From where? bpy 



-GDI 



Front-ing. 
In front of — . Before the — 

Frontier. 



Frost. 

— Frost bitten. 

Frozen. {See Freeze) - - npz 

Frozen meat nqa 

Frozen meat cargo hzb 

Is — frozen over? nqb 

— is frozen over...,-- NQC 



NSD 
NSE 
NSF 



NSG 
NSH 
NSI 

NSJ 



NSK 
NSL 

NSM 



NSO 

NSP 
NSQ 

NSR 
NST 

NSU 
NSV 

NSW 



NSX 



NSY 



NSZ 

NTA 
NTB 

NTO 



NTD 

NTE 
NTF 
NTG 

NTH 
NTI 
NTJ 
NTK 

NTL 



Fruit. 

— Fruit is to be obtained on shore. 
-^No fruit is to be obtained on shore. 
Preserved fruit-- tuj 

Frustrate-d-ing-ion. 

— Have, or, Has been frustrated. 

— Was, or. Were frustrated. 

Fuel. (See also Coal. ) 

Bad fuel PRO 

Economize-d-ing fuel ltc 

Patent fuel ^..tec 

Fugitive. 

Fulfill-ed-ing. 

Full. 
Are you at full speed? Is steam up? 

vz 

Engine room full of water. mbg 

Full crew Kcz 

Pull charge mH 

— Full dress. 

— Full moon. 

—Full of passengers. ^ 

—Full of water. 

— Full power. 

— Full-rigged ship. 

—Full speed. 

Pull stop- WXE 

—Fully. 

Fully insured pny 

Fully tried ycm 

Go ahead full speed li 

Go astern full speed --.lm 

Go full speed--- 1 obs 

— He, or. She is full of men. 

I am going full speed OCI 

I am on full-speed trial. 

Code Flag over a 
I have — hours' coal for full speed {or 

for speed indicated) ixd 

Is steam up, or, Are you at full speed? 

vz 

— Quite full. 

Stokehold full of water wvx 

Was fully expected .-i mnt 

What is your consumption of coal per 
hour at full speed ixm 

— ^Will fully explain. 

FULMINATE-D-ING. 

— Fulminate of mercury. 

PUMIGATE-D-ING-ION. 

Fun, or, Candareen. {Coin) atb 

fund-ed-ing. 

Funds. 

— How are the funds — at — ? 

—Want of funds. 

Funeral. 

— Funeral of — . 

— Funeral party. 

— Funeral takes place at — {place) and 

at — {time and date). 
—When will funeral take place? 



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Part II. 



FUNNEL— GALE. 


NTM 


Funnel. 


NUP 


Futtock shroud. 




NTO 


— Funnel carried away. 








NTP 


— Funnel of — (vessel indicated) Is — . 


NUQ 


Future. 




NTQ 


— Her funnels are placed — . 


NUR 


— In, or, For the future. 




NTB 


—How are her funnels placed? 


NUS 


—Some future opportunity. 




NTS 


— How many funnels has she? 










Passed a war vessel disguised; fun- 


NUT 


Fuze. 






nels — . {Here give the color or design 


NUV 


— Bickford's fuze. 






of the line of steamers that it may be 


NUW 


— Detonating fuze. 






an imitation of) lbo 

Sweeping the funnels {or, flues, or, 




Electric fuze 


LUV 




NUX 


— Instantaneous fuze. 






tubes) NPZ 


NUY 


— Patent fuze. 




NTU 


—Vessel indicated has — funnels. 

FuNT. {Measure of weight) bal. 


NUZ 
NVA 


— Percussion fuze. 
—Time fuze.. 




NTV 


FUR-TtF,T)-EIER. 








NTW 


FURL-ED-ING. 

Do not furl sails tdw 

Furl awnings fpx 








NTX 


—Furl sails {or sail indicated). 








NTY 


— I shall not furl sails. 








NTZ 


—Shall I furl sails? 

Furlong. ( Measure of length) a wb 








NUA 


Furnace. 
Furnace bar, or, Fire bar fwk 








NUB 


— Furnace collapsed. 
Furnace considered dangerous klb 








NUC 


— Furnace crown of boiler collapsed. 


NVB 


G. {Letter.) {Fornew method 


of spell- 


NUD 


^Furnace leaky. 




ing, see page 13. ) 




NUE 


— Fui-nace overheated. 


NVC 


Gaef. 




NUP 


Furnish-ed-inq — WITH. (See also Sup- 


NVD 


—At the gaff. 






ply. ) 


NVE 


— GafE end. 






Boats are furnished with — {articles 




GaflE foresail -— - - 


NKG 




indicated)--- ---.gsd 


NVF 


— GaflE mainsail. 




NUG 


—Can you furnish me with — ? 


NVG 


—GaflE topsail. 






Can you furnish me with {or, lend me) 




Jigger gaflE : 


PVR 




a Code of Signals? ize 




Spritsail gaflE {or, yard) , - 


ZKO 


NUH 


—I can furnish you -witMor, lend you)—. 








NUI 


—I can not furnish you with {or, lend 


NVH 


Gage-d-ing. 






you) — . 


l^Vl 


— "Weather gage. 




NUJ 


— "Was, or. Were furnished v^ith — . 


NVJ 


Gain-ed-ing. 




NUK 


Furniture. 


NVK 


— Are you gaining? Have you gained? [ 






NVL 


— Can not gain much. 




NUL 


Further-ed-ing. 


NVM 


— Can not gain much profit. 






Any further EOV 




Fire gaining 


OQ 




Anything further?-- eqj 




Fire gains rapidly; take people 


oflE.-NG i 




Do not require further assistance ---CR 




Gained advantage 


liNQ 




Do you require further assistance? -.CT 


NVO 


—Gained a victory. 






Furthest NUO 


NVP 


— Have, or. Has gained. 






Have received orders for you not to pro- 


NVQ 


— Have, or, Has not gained. 






ceed without further instructions -SP 




Have you gained? Are you gaining? [ 




I decline to have anything further to do 






NVK 




{or, say) in the matter eqo 




Is there any advantage to be gained? ( 




I must remain till further order S-.-STX 






DNT 




Repeat my signals till further orders, 




Leak is gaining rapidly 


NC 




WCP 




My chronometer gains daily -- 


GP 




Until further orders ylg 




Stranger is gaining 


WZB 




Vessel indicated does not require fur- 




Stranger is not gaining 


WZC 




ther assistance fgq 




Time will be gained — by 


XTS 


NUM 


— You must remain until further orders. 


NVR 


— "Who gained? 




NUO 


Furthest. 


NVS 
NVT 


Gale. 

— A gale is coming on. 






Fuse. (See Fuze) nut 




After the gale - 


DRN 



Fart II. 



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253 



GALE— GEAR. 



NVU 
NVW 
NVX 



Gale — Continued. 

— Can — (vessel indicated) weather the 



-KSP 



NVY 
NVZ 

NWA 
NWB 



NWO 
NWD 



NWE 



NWF 
NWG 

NWH 

NWI 

NWJ 



NWK 

NWL 

NWM 
NWO 
NWP 
.NWQ 
NWR 
NWS 
NWT 



NWU 
NWV 
NWX 



— Can you ride out the gale? 

Delayed through the recent gale 
— Do you think the gale is over? 

Do you think we can ride it (the gale) 
out? uwx 

During a gale lpm 

During the gale. Whilst the gale lasts, 

LPS 

Equinoctial gale mgn 

Fresh gale nqv 

Gale is expected — from — zd 

— Have, or, Has had a heavy gale from — . 
Heavy, or, Severe gale. 

— If gale increases. 

— In a gale of wind. 
Meteorological CfSce, or, Weather Bu- 
reau, reports gale approaching from 

the — BTQ^ 

Moderate gale rxl 

— ^Nothing but gales of wind. 
Severe, or. Heavy gale nvz 

— Shall you ride out the gale? 

Strong gale xas 

Whole gale zdr 

Gallant-ly-ry. 

Gallant conduct jng 

Have, or, Has behaved very gallantly, 

GDX 

Gallery. 

— Quarter gallery. 

Galley. 

Galliot. 

Gallipoli oil. 

Gallon. (Measure of capacity) ayw 

Galvanize-d-ing-ism-ic. 
— Galvanized iron. 

Galvanometer. 

Game. 

Gang. 

Gang board. 

Gangway. 

Gangrene. 

Gantlinb. 

Gaol. Jail. Prison puk 

Gaoler — pum 

Gaeden-er. 

Garnet. » 

Fore clew garnets luo 

Main clew garnets lUH 



NWY 

NWZ 

NXA 

NXB 

NXC 

NXD 

NXE 
NXF 

NXG 

NXH 



NXI 
NXJ 



NXK 



NXL 

NXM 



-MOX 
-MAQ 



Garrison-ed-ing. 

Gas-ecus. 

Explosive gas 

— Gas, or, Light buoy. 

Gas engine 

— Gas light. 

Gasket. 

Gastric. 

Gate. 

— Gate is closed at — . 

Gather-ed-ing. 
Gather-ed-ing way. 



Gauge-d-ing-r. 
— Gauge cock. 
Manometer. Steam-pressure gauge, 

RJW 

Vacuum gauge ynm 

Water gauge vvy 

Water gauge out of order y vr 

Windgauge. Anemometer — elo 

Gave. (See Give) nzv 

Gazette. In the Gazette. 
Report me by telegraph to "Shipping 

Gazette" uf 

"Shipping Gazette & Lloyd's List," 

QWU 

Gazetteer. 

Gear-ing. 

Air-pump gear dwb 

Blow-olf cocks (or, gear) gnw 

Boat's gear -_.grz 

Chafing gear ijk 

Diver's gear lhx 

Eccentric gear Lsu 

Eduction gear ltm 

Expansion gear mlz 

FJring gear naf 

Gear aloft eaf 

Gear for cleaning decks isv 

Hand steering gear oma 

Have passed steamer with steering gear 

disabled MU 

Headgear oqg 

Induction gear -.Piv 

Injection gear pku 

Parallel-motion gear .^ tax 

Pump gear ubi 

Pump gear worn out (defective) .--UBJ 

Slide-valve gear WGic 

Slide-valve gear damaged (or, out of 

order) wgl 

Starting gear wrp 

Starting gear out of order wrg 

Steam steering gear wst 

Steam steering gear disabled mz 

Steering gear WUF 

Steering gear disabled MZ 

Turning gear yen 

Want gear for ytv 



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Part II, 



GENERAL— GET. 



NXO 



NXP 



NXQ 



NXE, 

NXS 
NXT 



NXU 

NXV 

NXW 

NXY 
NXZ 

NYA 
NYB 
NYC 
NYD 
NYE 
NYF 

NYG 

NYH 

NYI 

NYJ 

NYK 

NYL 

NYM 

NYO 

NYP 

NYQ 

NYR 

NYS 

NYT 



General-ly. 
Accountant General- - dfy 

' Admiral, or, Senior officer is generally 

about DKT 

Consul General jrm 

General (0/pcer) ewk 

General average ..•.._ for 

General cargo Hzc 

— General order. 

' ' General recall " signal. 

Code Flag over y 

Governor General ogd 

Hoist the general recall owh 

Inspector General pmv 

Lieutenant General qpv 

Registrar General of Shipping and Sea- 
men, or, Commissioner of Navigation, 
Treasury Department _ -UNX 

— What is the general opinion ? 
Who generally does business for — ?_ dtb 

Generous-ly. 

Geneva Convention. 
— Geneva Convfention flag (when spoken 
of). 

Geneva. {Gin.) 

Gentle-y-ness. 
Gentle breeze. Slight breeze hgd 

Gentleman. 

Genuine-ness-ly. 

Geography-ical-ly. 
Geographical Index. (See page 453. ) 
Geographical mile awo 

-Refer to the Geographical Signals. 

Germ. 

Germany. German Colors. 
Bank of Germany fup 

— German Lloyd's. 

Get. To Get. {See aim Got and 

Obtain. ) 
— Can, or, May get. 

Can I cross the bar ? Shall I be able to 

get over the bar"? fvy 

— Can I get a main yard at — ? 

— Can I get a spar for — mast at — 1 

— Can I get any — ? 

■Can I get any sailmakers ? 

Can I get permission ? 
—Can you get ? 

-Can you get an introduction to — 1 

-Can not get. 

Cannot get my boat out osj 

-Could get. 

Did not get a mail. -z 

-Did, or. Do you get ? 

Did you get a meridian altitude V . .tdh 
—Did you get an observation ? 

Did you get good observations ? rm 

-Did you get pratique — at — ? 

Do you think I can get through the ice ? 

PBH 

■Do you think we could get any — ? 



NYU 



NYV 
NYW 
NYX 
NYZ 



NZA 



NZB 



NZC 



NZD 



NZE 
NZP 



NZG 



Get — Continued. 
Do you think we could get away 

from — ? xpz 

Endeavor to get a line ashore by a boat 

(cask, kite, raft, or, spar, etc.) ...ka 
Expect-ed-ing (or vessel indicated ex- 

pects-ed-ing) to be got off (or, afloat), 

DPX 

Fire difficult to get at op 

Get a preventer on tvi 

Get an offing. Cut, Weigh, or, Slip. 

Wait for nothing kw 

— Get her head round as fast as possible, 

or. Get her on the other tack as fast 

as possi we. 
Get her on the other tack, or. Get her 

head round or you will be on shore, 

LP 

— Getting. 

— Get, or, Got pratique. 

— Get ready for sea. Prepare for sailing. 

— Get sail on your ship as fast as possible. 

Get iinder way as fast as you can kn 

Get up steam ; report when ready ._km 
Get up steam as fast as possible kl 

— Get what you can. 

Got oPB 

How long will you be getting up steam? 

VY 

I am getting short of water and must 

endeavor to get some yvg 

— I can get off. 

I can not get at goods required OEW 

I shall get off (or, afloat) with assist- 
ance DPY 

I think you might get soinething to 

answer the purpose.. enb 

— ^If you can get. 

If you will lay out an anchor for me I 
can get off eiv 

Indicate nearest place I can get coal, 

HC 

Is it a difficult anchorage to get away 
from? ELB 

Is my berth a good one for getting away 
from?---. QFw 

Lose no time in getting to the anchor- 
age ELC 

Mind you get paid euk 

— No getting out of harbor. 
Not worth getting opl 

Not worth getting off (or, afloat).. dqc 

Open. Get farther away mc 

Pilot can not get off ..... tjp* 

Put to sea at once. Get an offing ...no 

Shall I attempt to get away? fkp 

Shall I get steam up? ,..' wa 

Shall we get to the anchorage to-night? 

ELF 
Stand off. Get an offing. Put to sea 

at once mg 

— Vessel (indicated, if necessary) has got 

off. 
—Was getting ready for sea. Preparing 

for sailing. 

What quarantine shall I get ? uej 

Where can I get (or, look for) a pilot? 

TL 

Where can I get any freight? nqm 

Where is the best place to get — ?- . .aic 
—Will you get? 



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255 



GET— GO. 



NZH 



NZI 

NZJ 

NZK 

NZL 

NZM 

NZO 



NZP 
NZQ 
NZR 

NZS 
NZT 
NZU 

NZV 



NZW 

NZX 

NZY 

OAB 

OAC 

OAD 

OAE 

OAF 



OAG 



OAH 



OAI 
OAJ 
OAK 



Get — Continued. 

You can get an answer in — enu 

You had better get a sick nurse . - .wbk 
YoTi will find great difficulty in getting 

through the ice at — pci 

You will get into shoal water, or, You 

will shoal your water _ _ _ vza 

You will get quarantine uel 

You will have great difficulty in getting 

water Laf 

Gig. 
Steam gig guw 

Gill. {Measure of capacity) ayx 

GiMBAL OF A Compass jhq 

Gimlet. 

Gin. (Spirit.) Geneva -uxu 

Gin. {For derrick, etc.) 
Ginger. 

GiRD-EK 

Girl. 

Give. To Give. 
Are giving ground dip 

Be careful not to give offense hyl 

Bound to be given up. hbw 

Bound to give it up hbx 

By the description given ..Kvz 

— Can, or, May give. 

—Can give no reason. 

— Can you give? 

— Can you give a passage — to? 

— Can not give. 

— Do, or. Did you give? 

— Gave. 

Give authority pns 

Give directions— that (for, or, to)--LBj 
Give every assistance — to fgh 

— Give him (her-s, it-s). 

— Give leave — ^to. 

-Give me (my, mine). 

— :Give notice. 

— Give receipt. 

—Give them (their-s). 

— Giye us (our-s). 
Give way --Yxc 

— Given. 

Gives, or, Must give an evasive answer, 

ENG 

—Giving. 
Have orders been given— to {or, for)? 

PNE 

Have you given bond? Gyn 

I shall give chase inr 

—I will give you. 
Notice {warning) has been given .-YUL 

Obliged to be given up smv 

Obliged to give it up smw 

Warning (notice) has been given ..yul 

—"What have you given for? 

—What is the highest price you will give? 

What will you (or person indicated) 

give? 



OAL 
OAM 

CAN 



OAP 

OAQ 
OAR 
OAS 
OAT 

OAU 



OAV 

OAW 
OAX 



OAY 

OAZ 

OBA 

OBC 

OBD 
OBE 

OBF 

OBG 

OBH 

OBI 
OBJ 

OBK 
OBL 



OEM 

OBN 



OBP 
OBQ 



Give — Continued. 

Will give. 
— Will you give? 
— Will you give me (or, my)? 

Will you give me a passage (on shore)"! 

TDK 

— Will you give me the pleasure? 

Glad-ly. 

— Glad to hear — it (01; that). 

— Glad to see — it (or, that). 

— Glad to see you. Glad to see (person 
named). 

— I shall be very glad. 

Very glad ypj 

Very glad of your company JGT 

Gland. 
Stem gland defective wuv 

Stuffing-box glands out of order ...hdj 

Glark-d-ing-ly. 

Glass. 

Binocular glass. Field glass glb 

Field glass. Binocular glb 

Hourglass ozk 

Lamp glass Qdg 

Log glass QYH 

Panes of glass szy 

. Spy glass. Telescope xmq 

Wineglass zgd 

Glimpse. 
I had a glimpse of the land about- -QDtr 

Globe-ular. 

Gloom-y-ily. 

Glove. 

Glub-d-ing-tinous. 
— Marine glue. 

Glut-ted. 

Glycerine. 
Nitro-glycerine ._ - str 

Go. To go. 
All gone--- DXK 

— Am, Is, or. Are going (or, gone) — to. 

— Am, Is, or. Are to go. 
An express is going to — mpi 

— Are you going into port (harbor) ? 

—Are you going— to? 

Are you going on shore? FCX 

Are you going to anchor? - -EHM 

Are you going to land all mails at — ? 

QDN 

Boat is going to you eu 

— Can you go? 

Can you go up the river? uyg 

Convoy is going to JTJN 

— Do not go. 

Do not go (or, pass) ahead of me. 

Code Flag over r 
—Do not let him (or, them) go. 
— Go about. 

Go ahead.- lg 



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Part II, 



GO— GOOB. 



OBR 



OBS 
OBT 
OBU 
OBV 
OBW 

OBX 
OBY 
OBZ 

OCA 

OCB 
OCD 

OCE 

OOF 
OCG 

OCH 

OCI 

OCJ 

OCK 

OCL 

OCM 



OCN 
OOP 
OCQ 
OCR 



OCS 



OCT 

OCU 
OCV 
OCW 



OCX 
OCY 



Go — Continued. 

Go ahead of — dvh 

Go ahead and drop a boat on board -DVN 

Go ahead easy. Easy ahead lh 

Go ahead full speed li 

Go ahead of me dvg 

Go alongside ebf 

Go as fast as you can mtn 

Go astern lj 

Go astern. Heave allaback LP 

Go astern of — fhk 

Go astern easy. Easy astern __lk 

Go astern full speed lm 

Go astern of me. Pass astern of me . fhq 

— Go away. 

Go direct- - ..lbn 

Go easy lex 

Qo-ingfree npx 

Go for despatches jl 

— Go full speed. 

— Go half speed. 

— Go immediately. 

— Go in (or, to). 

— Go on. Proceed. 
Go onboard--- gqd 

— Go on shore. 

— Go out (or, from). 

^Go to — the. 
Go to the admiral's ofiSce dlf 

— Going. 
Going astern. Stern way fhr 

— Going into port (or, harbor). 

— Going round. 
Going to join pwa 

— Gone. 
Gone by. Passed by-- hpv 

— Gone to pieces. 

— Gone to sea. 
How is business going? hny 

— I am a stranger here ; will you let me go 
on shore with you? 

— I am going full speed. 

— I am going half speed. 

— I am going on shore. 

— I am going — to — . 

— I am not going on shore. 
I shall not go far before I bring up-HJC 
I shall not go much farther mtb 

— I wish to see you before you go on shore. 

— If, or, When you go. 

— Is, or, Are not gone. 

— Is — (person or ship indicated) gone? 

Keep going ahead of dvl 

Keep going ahead slowly dvm 

Keep going astern fho 

Keep the lead going. Keep sounding . q ji 

— Let go. 

Let go another anchor kr 

Let go the life-buoy hmr 

Let go your anchor eja 

— Let him (or, them) go. 
Lifeboat is going to you fe 

— Make haste, or he will be gone. 

— Must go. 

—Must I go? 
My eSigines are going astern. 

Code Flag over v 
Not going. 

Seagoing (gone) down vkz 

Shall I go? 

Stand by to let go wqe 



ocz 

ODA 

ODB 
ODC 
ODE 

ODF 
ODG 



ODH 

ODI 

ODJ 
ODK 
ODL 
ODM 
ODN 
ODP 



ODQ 



ODE 
ODS 
ODT 



ODU 



ODV 

ODW 



ODX 

ODY 
ODZ 
OEA 
OEB 
OEC 



Go — Continued. 

" Stock all gone ..wvm 

The next mail goes in— {vessel indicated), 

rfx 

The pilot is going to you tjr 

— They were gone. 

Tug is going to you ya 

—Was, or, Were going — to. 

Went— to — ZBQ 

— When do you go — to? 

— When do you go on shore? 

— When going — to? 

Where are you going? csu 

— Where is he(she, or, it) gone (or, going)? 
— Will you go? 

Will you go (or, come)on shore? jds 

Will you go on shore in my boat?--VZN 

Will you have to go into dry dock?..Llx. 

Goat. 

GOD-LY. 

Gold-en. 

— Gold dust. 

— Gold has been found at — « 

— Gold mine. 

— Goldsmith. 

— In gold. 

Gone. (See also Go) oce 

Good. (For Goods, see next page. ) 

A good crop, or. Crops look well kdt 

A good many slight cases idh 

— A good oflBng. 

— A good plan (or, method). 

— A good slant. 

Am I in a good berth? --- ---Gfo 

Beef in good order goy 

Biscuit is not good. Bread is not 

good- GLK 

Business good hnv 

Can you point out (or, take me to) a 

good anchorage? eks 

Cargo in very good order hzx 

Did you get good observations? em 

Good accommodation dce 

Good accounts — of — --- dfa 

— Good anchorage. 

Good berth gfe 

Good bottom for anchorage ekx 

Good-bye hpz 

— Good chance. 

— Good coal. 

Good coal may be got at — ixb 

Good condition oeb 

Good conduct jnh 

Good enough -.mdh 

— Good example. 
Good Friday nrl 

— Good landing. 

— Good lookout. 

— Good news — of. 

— Good order. In good order. 

— Good observations. 

Good season foi'fish nbz 

Good shelter, from vwj 

Good vacuum ynk 

Good water. Water is good Y vs 

Good water can be got at — yvd 



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OED 

OEF 
OEG 



OEH 
OEI 



OEJ 
OEK 



OEL 



OEM 
OEN 



OEP 



OEQ 

OER 
OES 
OET 
OEU 
OEV 

OEW 
OEX 



OEY 
OEZ 
OPA 
OFB 



OFC 
OFD 



Good — Continued. 

— Goodness. 

Ground tackle not good enough ou 

Ground tackle very good oik 

— Have the goodness to. 
Have you a good fire engine? nag 

— I do not think we shall get any good by 
moving. 

In go'od order. Good order obb 

Is It good holding ground? oim 

— Is, or. Are not good. 

— Is, or. Are very good. 

Keep a good lookout aloft bag 

Keep a good lookout, as it is reported 
enemy's vrar vessels are going about 

disguised as merchantmen oj 

Keep a good lookout for land {or, lights) , 
or. Lookout for land {or, lights). 
{Bearing to follow, if necessary) .pyu 

Leave a good margin ^..qkx 

Make-ing, Made good — the {or, your)-RlJ 
Not a good plan tly 

— Not so good. 

— Of good quality. 

Pumps in good order ubp 

There is good freight to be had — 

at — NQK 

There is good shelter at {or, in).--VWN 

— Very good. 

Very good chart IMZ 

Very good draught lnf 

— Very good remittances. 

—Was, or, "Were very good. 

Water is good. Good water yvs 

Water is not good .... yvt 

— Will be very good. 

Good-bye — hpz 

Good Friday nrl 

Goods. 
Contraband goods JSO 

— Goods are found. 
— Goods are landed. 
— Goods are shipped. 
— Goods department. 

How many tons measurement of goods 

can you take? 
—I can not get at goods required. 
—I have goods belonging to you {or, —). 
Manufactured cottons. Cotton goods, 

JXY 



Stock of goods wvN 

— Tons measurement of goods. 

Goose. 
Gooseneck. 

Got. (See also Get. ) 

Almost anything may be got eab 

Articles indicated may be got at — 
{place) or, from — {vessel indi- 
cated) E2G 

Can not be got off {or, afloat) by any 

means now available CD 

—Could any vessel have got away after 
you? 

Could she have got to any place of shel- 
ter? 



OFE 
OFG 
OPH 
OFI 

OFJ 

OFK 



OFL 
OFM 

OFN 
OFF 
OFQ 



OFR 

OFS 
OFT 
OFU 
OPV 

OFW 

OFX 

OFY 

OFZ 

OGA 

OGB 



OGC 
OGD 
OGE 



OGF 
OGH 
OGI 



Got — Continued. 
Expect {or vessel indicated expects) to 

be got off {or, afloat) dpx 

Get, or. Got pratique nyw 

Got bottom with — feet hba 

Got onboard oqe 

—Have, or, Has got. 

— Have, or, Has got off. 

— Have, or. Has not got. 

— Have you, or. Has — {vessel indicated) 

got pratique? 
— Is it likely you {or vessel indicated) will 

be got off? 
— May be got off. 
May be got off {or, afloat) if prompt as- 
sistance be given . oa 

May be got off {or, afloat) without as- 
sistance DPZ 

— Not worth getting. 

Not worth getting off dqc 

— Only to be got in small quantities. 
Vessel {indicated, if necessary) has got 
off NZE 

Goulard's Extract. 

GOUT-Y. 
GOVERN-ED-ING-MENT. 

Belonging to Government Ges 

Chartered, or, Employed by Govern- 
ment.--— .'. INE 

Colonial Government JBK 

— East Indian Government. 

— Government despatch. 

— Government employee {or, officer). 

—Government hired vessel. 

— Government in minority of — . 
Government majority of — rhv 

— Government ship. 

— Government steamboat, or, transport. 

— Government stores. 

— Government tug. 

— Has there been any change in the Gov- 
ernment in — ? 

— The United States, or. His, or. Her 
Majesty's Government. 
I have Government despatches {or, — ), 

JS 

Local Government Board gpj 

Officer, or, Employee of Government, 

OFT 

Governor. 

Deputy, or. Lieutenant Governor.. kvn 
— Governor General. 

Gradual-lt. 

Grain . ( Measure of weight. ) bam 

Grain. Grain cargo hzd 

Gramme. {Measure of length.) awp 

GRAMME. {Measure of weight.) ban 

Granary. 

Grange. 

Granite. 



76564—09 17 



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Part H. 



GRANT— GROVJi;. 


OGJ 


Grant-ed-ing. 




Greenwich— Continued. 




Permission is granted. Permitted . . tgh 




My first meridian is Greenwich nbk 

My first meridian is Paris, east of Green- 


OGK 


Grape. 




wich 2° 20' 15" = 0h. 9m. 21s tbl 

My Greenwich (or, first meridian) mean 


OGL 


Graphite. 




time is — * XL 

*NoTE. — In signaling longitude or time. 


OGM 


Grapple-d-inq. . 




vessels should always reckon from the 
meridian of Greenuneh, except French 


OGN 


Grapnel. 




vessels, which unit use the meridian of 




Explosive grapnel moy 




Paris, and Spanish vessels, which will 




Fire grapnel -.— mzt 




use the meridian of Cadiz. If any 
doubt is entertained, the vessel to 


OGP 


Grass-y. 




whom the signal is made should hoist 




Grass, or. Coir cable hqz 




NBL = What is your first meridian? 




Grass, or. Coir hawser - izs 




"Will you show me your Greenwich (or. 




Grass, or. Coir matting izt 




first meridian) mean time? xn 




Grass, or, Coirrope..- izu 




Would like to h^ve another compari- 


OGQ 


Gratepul-ly-itude. 




sUli • . ..UV 

Note. — The vessel showing the mean time 
unll hoist the hour signal and dip it 
sharply shortly after it has been 


OGR 


Gratify-ied-ing-ication. 










answered. The minutes and seconds 


OGS 


Grating. 




at the instant of dipping un.ll immedi- 
ately follow. To insure accuracy, a 


QGT 


Gratuity-ous-ly. 




second comparison should be made. 


OGU 


Grave-ly-ity. 


OHV 


Grey. 


OGV 


Gravel-ly. 


OHW 


Gridiron. (Grid for hauling up small 
ships. ) 




Graving dock, w. Dry dock ue 


OHX 


Grieve-d-ing. Grief. 


OGW 


Graze-d-ing. 




Come to grief joy 






OHY 


Grind-ing. Ground. 


OGX 


Grease-d-ing-y-iness. 










OHZ 


Grindstone. 


OGY 


Great-ly-ness. 






OGZ 


— ^A great (large) number (or, quantity — 

of—, 
— Great circle sailing. 


OIA . 


Gripe. 


OH A 


OIB 


Grocer-y 


OHB 


—Great execution. 






OHC 


—Great hesitation. 


OIC 


Grog. 


OHD 


— Great hopes — of — . 






OHE 


— Great neglect. 


OID 


Gross. Gross tonnage. 


OHF 


— Great opposition — to (or, from). 






OHG 


—Great relief. 


OIE 


Ground-ed-ing. (See also Aground.) 


OHI 


— Great risk. 


OIF 


— ^Are giving ground. 


OHJ 


—Great strain (w, stress) on — . 




Burial ground. Cemetery igs 


OHK 


— Greater-est. 




Fishing ground nbu 


OHL 


—It vnll be of great service (or, use). 




Foul ground. Rocky bottom : haz 


OHM 


—Not a great many. 


OIG 


— Ground mine. 


OHN 


— The greater-est number (or, quantity) 


OIH 


— Ground swell. 




—of. 




Ground tackle ' xtQ 


OHP 


—The greater part. 


OIJ 


— Ground tackle not good enough. 




"With the greatest ease lsb 


OIK 


— Ground tackle very good. 






OIL 


— Ground tier. 


OHQ 


Greecb-ian. Greek. Greek Colors. 




I have (or vessel indicated has) not 
touched the ground .dut 


OHR 


Green. 


OIM 


— Is it good holding ground? 


OHS 


— Green buoy. 




Underground yhg 


OHT 


—Green light. 




Was tide high when you grounded?. -Ci 
Was tide low when you grounded ...CJ 


OHU 


Greenwich, 
My chronometer is fast on Greenwich 




When did you ground? CK 




(or, first meridian) mean time *. . .gr 


OIN 


Groundless. 




My chronometer is slow on Greenwich 








(or, first meridian) mean time*.--GS 


OIP 


Group-ed-ing. 




My first meridian is Cadiz, west of 




Group flashing light NEC 




Greenwich 6° 12' 24" = Oh. 24m. 49.6s. , 








HSI 


OIQ 


Grove. 



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GBOW— GUZ. 








Gun — Continued. 


OIR 


Geow-ing. Grown. Grew. To grow. 


OJU 


—Gunshot. 
Gunshot wound; accident .- dci 


OIS 


Guano. 


OJV 


— Gun slide. 




Guano cargo hzk 


OJW 


— Gun wharf. 






OJX 


—Guns will not reach. 


OIT 


Guarantee-d-ing. 


OJY 


— Gun's crew. 






OJZ 


— Guns firing in — {quarter indicated). 


OIU 


GUARD-ED-ING. 


OKA 


— Guns firing last night in — {quarter 




Advance guard dmy 




indicated). 


OIV 


—Be on your guard. Look out. 


OKB 


— Guns firing to the — . 


OIW 


—Be on your guard against long tows. 




Guns of the calibre of — HSV 




Be on your guard; appearances are 


OKC 


—Guns of the weight of — . 




threatening fn 


OKD 


— Guns overheated. 




Be very careful (or, guarded) in your 




Gunwale _ okt 




intercourse with strangers rs 




Heard firing to the — -- nai 


OIX 


— ^From the guard ship. 




Heavy gun. ( Weight in tons if necessary. ) 




Guard boat gta 




osw 


OIY 


, — Guard of honor. 




How many guns? RKF 


OIZ 


—Guard ship. 




How many guns do you mount? ... -RKG 




Horseguards oyf 




How many guns does she carry?. .-RKH 




Ofacer of the guard 1 spl 




I have a heavy gun {indicate if more ) Otc 




Rear guard _ ukm 




I have no heavy guns otd 


OJA 


—Ship having the guard. 




Krupp gun Qcn 




Steam guard boat ovx 


OKE 


— Light gun. 




The conductor {or, guard) jni 


OKF 


— Machine gun. 




To row guard vat 




Maxim gun bnc 






OKG 


— Minute gun. 


OJB 


GUARDA COSTA. 


OKH 


— Minute guns firing in — {direction indi- 
cated). 
—Minute gims firing last night in — 


OJC 


Guardian-ship. 


OKI 








{quarter indicated). 


OJD 


Guatemala. Guatemalan Colors. 




Nordenf eldt gun .• sjh 






OKJ 


—Out of gunshot. Out of range. 


OJE 


Gudgeon. 


OKL 


— Quick-firing gun. 
Rifled gun .-.. ..uxe 


OJF 


GUESS-ED-ING. 




Rounds of ammunition for heavy gun. 


OJG 


— Guess warp. 




EGA 






OKM 


— She carries guns. 


OJH 


GUIDE-D-ING-ANCE. 




She has, or. They have heavy guns. otf 




Will the soundings be a safe guide?- wkz 




She has, or , They have no heavy guns . otg 
Signal gun wct 




Guilder, Gulden, or. Florin. {Coin) .atq 




Starboard gun wqx 

Torpedo gun.- xwt 


OJI 


GulLT-y-INESS. 




Torpedo gunboat {or, vessel) xwu 


OJK 


Found finiiltv NOR 


OKN 


Turret gun r xet 

— Vessel is within gunshot. 


—Is, or. Are not guilty. 








You are within gunshot. You are within 


OJL 


Guinea. {Money. ) 




range of the guns {or, batteries) . . .go 


OJM 


Gulf. 




Gunboat ...gtb 




Gulf stream wzl 




Enemy's gunboat — lzi 




The entrance of the gulf {or, harbor) is 








mined MFU 


OKP 
OKQ 


Gunner-y. 

— Gunner's crew. 




OJN 


Gully. 


OKR 


— Gunner's stores. 


OJP 


Gum. 


OKS 


Gunpowder. ( Weight inlbs., if necessary. ) 
I am taking in {or, discharging) gun- 


OJQ 


Gun. 




powder or explosives Flag b, or. 




OKT 


Code Flag over b. 
Gunwale. 


Enemy's gunboat Lzi 




Field gun mxk 




Gust-y. {Squall) vra>K 




finnhoa.t, GTB 


OKU 


GUTTA PERCHA, Or INDIA RUBBER. 




OJR 


— Gun cotton. 








n-nTi-f»nftnTi roplrpt _UZD 


OKV 


GUY-ED-ING. 


OJS 
OJT 


—Gun fog signal. 
—Gunroom. 




Guz, or, Zer. {Measure of length).. A.y<rc 



260 



GENERAL VOCABULARY. 



Part II. 



GYBE— HAD. 



OKW 

OKX 

OKY 



OKZ 



OLA 



OLE 



GyBE-D-ING, or, JiBE-D-ING. 

Gymnast-astic-nasium. 
Gypsum. 



H. {Letter.) {For newmethod of spelling, 
seepage 13.) 

Habbe, {Measure of weight) BAG 

Habit. 
Bad ha"bit frd 

Habitation. 

Had, Has, or, Have bqn 

Am, Are, or. Is not to hare bqd 

Am, Are, or. Is to have -.bqc 

Can, or, May have bqe 

Can, or. May have been bfh 

Can, or, May have done {or, been done), 

BLV 

Can, or. May have had --BQF 

Can, or. May he (she, it, or persons or 

things indicated) have been? btl 

Can, or. May I have — ^some? bqg 

Can not, oY, May not have bqh 

Can not, or, May not have been bfk 

Can not, or. May not have done {or, been 

done) BLZ 

Can not, or. May not have had bqi 

Can not, or, May not he (she, it, or per- 
sons or thing s indicated) have been? 

BTN 

Could, or. Might have bqj 

Could, or. Might have been bfm 

Could, or, Might have done {or, been 
done) BMC 

Could, or. Might have had. - --BQK 

Could, or. Might not have bql 

Could, or. Might not have been bfo 

Could, or. Might not have done {or, been 

done) __, BME 

Could, or. Might not have had bqm 

Do not let him (her, it, or person indi- 
cated) have BTR 

Had, Has, or, Have bqn 

Had, Has, or. Have any ...bqc 

Had, Has, or. Have been bfq 

Had, Has, or, Have done {or, been done), 

BME 

Had, Has, or. Have had bqp 



Hxn— Continued. 

Had, Has, or. Have, he (she, it, or per- 
sons or thing-s indicated)'i.: bts 

Had, Has, or. Have, he (she, it, or per- 
son-s or thing-s indicated) been?-.BTU 

Had, Has, or. Have, he (she, it, or per- 
sons or thing s indicated) had? . . btv 

Had, Has, or. Have, he (she, it, or per- 
sons or things indicated) not?-.BTW 

Had, Has, or. Have, he (she, it, or per- 
sons or thing s indicated) not been, 

BTX 

Had, Has, 07: Have, he (she, it, or per- 
sons or thing-s indicated) not had? 

' BTY 

Had, Has, or. Have his (her-s, it-s)?-BQR 
Had, Has, or. Have I (niy, mine)?-_BQs 

Had, Has, or. Have I been? .-. bfr 

Had, Has, or. Have I done? bmt 

Had, Has, or, Have I had? bqt 

Had, Has, or, Have not? bqu 

Had, Has, or. Have not been? ._: bfs 

Had, Has, or. Have not done {or, been 

done) BMs 

Had, Has, or, Havenothad bqv 

Had, or. Have that {or, this) bqw 

Had, Has, or, Havethe.. bqx 

Had, Has, or. Have there? bqy 

Had. or. Have these {or, those) bqz 

Had, Has, or. Have they (them, their-s)? 

BRA 

Had, or. Have they been? bft 

Had, or. Have they done? bmu 

Had, or. Have they had? bec 

Had, Has, or. Have v^e (our-s)? brd 

Had, or. Have we been? bfu 

Had, or. Have we done? bmv 

Had, or. Have we had? bre 

Had, Has, or. Have yours? brp 

Had, or. Have you been? bfv 

Had, or. Have you done?. bmw 

Had, or, Have you had? beg 

Have you {or person indicated) any — ? 

EPE 

Having -.. opi 

Having been , bfw 

Having done bmx 

Having had beh 

He, She, It {or persons or things indi- 
cated) had (has, or, have) buj 

He, She, It {or persons or things indi-^ 
cated) had (has, or, have) been.-BUK' 

He, She, It {or persons or things indi- 
cated) had (has, or, have) done {or, is, 
or, are doing) bul 

He, She, It {or persons or things indi- 
cated) had (has, or, have)had ...bum 

He, She, It {or persons or things indi- 
cated) had (has, or, have) not. -.bun 

He, She, It {or persons or things indi- 
cated) had (has, or, have) not been, 

BUO 

He, She, It {or persons or thing-s indi- 
cated) had (has, or, have) not done 
{or, is, or, are not doing) bup' 

He, She, It {or persons or things indi- 
cated) had (has, or, have) not had.BUQ : 

He, She, It {or person s or things indi- 
cated) should {or, would) have.-BVO 

He, She, It {or persons or things indi- 
cated) (should or,would)not have.BVS 



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GENERAL VOCABULARY. 



261 



HAD. 



Had — Continued. 

How had (has, or, have)? bxn 

lean {or, may) have bei 

I can not {or may not) have bej 

I could {or, might) have brk 

I could (or, might) not have brl 

I had {or, have) brm 

I had {or, have) been.-. bgc 

I had {or, have) done bna 

I had {or, havie) had brn 

I had {or, have) not bro 

I had {or, have) not been bgd 

I had {or, have) not done bno 

I had {or, have) not had pbp 

I shall {or, will) have brq 

I shall {or, will) not have brs 

I should {or, wpu^d) have brt 

I should {or, would) have been bgk 

I should {or, would) not have bru 

I should {or, would) not have been.BGM 
If he (she, it, o?- persons or things in- 
dicated) had (has, or, have) byj 

If he (she, it, or persons or things in- 
dicated) had (has, or, have) not -BYK 

If I had {or, have)' bzh 

If I had (or-, have) not bzi 

If they had {or, have) cao 

If they had {or, have) not cap 

If we had {or, have) cbh 

If we had {or, have) not CBI 

If you had {or, have) cby 

If you had {or, have) not cbz 

Is, etc. (See Are, aboue.) 
It, etc. (See He, above. ) 

It has (or, had) been bgp 

It has {or, had) been done _ _ bnp 

It has {or, had) not been bgq 

It has {or, had) not been done bnq 

Lethim(her, it, or persons indicated) — 

have BWA 

Let them have ..bbv 

May, etc. (See Can, above.) 
Might, etc. (See Could, above.) 

Must have - ceo 

Must have been cep 

Must have had ceq 

Not to be had - cgj 

Ought to have cia 

Ought not to have. Cht 

Shall, or, Will have brw 

Shall, or, Will have done {or, been 

done) BNX 

Shall, or. Will he (she, it, or persons 

or things indicated) have? bwg 

Shall, or. Will he (she, it, or persons 
or things indicated) not have?. _bwk 

Shall, or, Will I have? brx 

Shall, or, Will I not have? bey 

Shall, or. Will not have? bez 

Shall, or. Will not have done {or, been 

done) BNZ 

She, etc. (See He, above. ) 

Should, or. Would have bsa 

Should, or, Would have been bhl 

Should, or. Would have done {or, been 

done) -- BOG 

Should, or. Would have had bsc 

Should, or. Would he (she, it, or per- 
sons or things indicated) have?-BWP 
Should,or, Would he (she.it, or persons 
or thi