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ern that, on the

day of

one thousand eight hundred and before me,

Consul of the United States of America and the dependencies thereof, personally came and appeared master of the ship or vessel called the

of he burden of tons or thereabouts, then lying in this port of aden with cargo, who duly noted and entered with me, the said Consul, his protest for the uses and purposes hereafter mentioned; and 10w, on this day, to wit, the day of the date hereof, before me, the said Consul, again comes the said

and requires me to extend his protest; and together with the said

also comes A B, nate, G H, carpenter, K L and M O, seamen, of and belonging to the aid ship, all of whom being by me duly sworn on the Holy Evangelists of Almighty God, did severally voluntarily, freely, and solemnly declare, lepose, and state as follows, that is to say: That these appearers, on the

day of —-, in their capacities aforesaid, sailed in and with the said

from the port of — laden with -, and bound to the port of ; that the said ship was then tight, staunch, and strong; had her cargo well and sufficiently stowed and secured; had her hatches well calked and covered; was well and sufficiently manned, victualed, and furnished with all things needful and necessary for a vessel in the merchant service, and particularly for the voyage she was about to nndertake; that [here insert narrative of the facts of the voyage as they occurred, with full and minute particulars, with dates, latitude, longitude, etc.)

And these said appearers, upon their oaths aforesaid, do further declare and say: That during the said voyage they, together with the others of the said ship's company, used their utmost endeavors to preserve the said and cargo from all manner of loss, damage, or injury. Wherefore the said

master, hath protested, as by these presents I, the said Consul, at his special instance and request, do publicly and solemnly protest against all and every person and persons whom it doth or may concern, and against the winds, and waves, and billows of the seas, and against all and every accident, matter, and thing had and met with, as aforesaid, whereby, and by reason whereof, the said

cargo already has or hereafter shall appear to have suffered or sustained damage or injury. And do declare that all losses, damages, costs, charges, and expenses that have happened to the said cargo, or to either, are and ought to be borne by those to whom the same by right may appertain by way of average or otherwise, the same having occurred as before mentioned, and not by or through the insufficiency

or

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of the said - -, her tackle or apparel, or default or neglect of this appearer, his officers, or any of his mariners. Thus done and protested in the port of — this

day of in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and

In testimony whereof these appearers have hereunto subscribed their names, and I, the said Consul, have granted to the said master this pcblic instrument, under my hand and the seal of this Consulate, to serve and avail him and all others whom it doth or may concern, as need add occasion may require. (SEAL OF THE CONSULATE.]

U. S. Consul. Master. A B, Mate. G H, Carpenter. KL, Seaman. M O, do.

FORM No. 39.

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Protest of the master of a vessel against charterers or freighters.

(Paragraph 186.) Whereas the surveyors of the ship

ter, of the day of

-, have recommended the said ship to proceed to a port of discharge, in the United States, after temporary repairs, and with as much cargo as will render her perfectly safe, and that she be there thoroughly overhauled and permanently repaired: And whereas, in order to reach a port of discharge with safety and dispatch, where the repairs recommended in the said survey may be done and performed, it is better for all parties concerned that the voyage should be made direct from the port of to the said port of permanent repair in the United States: And whereas

master of the shipof

, aforesaid, has determined to proceed direct to the port of there to thoroughly overhaul and repair the said ship, as recommended by the said survey, but in order to accomplish this end, and in lieu of touching at for orders and for the privilege of the said direct port, he has been obliged to give up and yield to the charterers of the said ship

per ton upon the number of tons of —, delivered at the said port of -, amounting in the aggregate to the sum of dollars, more or less: Now know all men by these presents, that on the day of the date hereof, before me,

consul of the United

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States of America for , and the dependencies thereof, personally ame and appeared

-, before named, and after stating the acts contained in the foregoing premises, hath protested, like as by these resents I, the said Consul, at his special instance and request, do pubicly and solemnly protest, against all and every person and persons whom it doth, shall, or may concern, and against the charterers of the said ship, for exacting the amount of dollars, aforesaid, claiming and demanding the reimbursement of the same from those to whom the same of right may appertain by way of average or otherwise upon the arrival of the vessel at the port of permanent repairs as aforesaid. In testimony whereof the said

hath hereunto subscribed his name, and I, the said Consul, set my hand and affixed the seal of this consulate, this day of A. D. 189— (L.S.]

U. S. Consul.

Master of the

FORM No. 40.

Certificate as to insubordinate conduct of crew.

(Paragraphs 352 and 353.)
UNITED STATES CONSULATE,

189— I, the undersigned, Consul, etc., do hereby certify that and

seamen or mariners, belonging to the ship of

master, were placed in irons on board of the said ship by the said master for refusal of duty and insubordinate conduct, and afterward taken on shore and imprisoned with my consent. Given, etc.

U. S. Consul.

FORM No. 41.

Consul's decision and award in cases of protest against masters passen

gers, or crew.

(Paragraphs 352 and 353.)
CONSULATE OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA AT

189Whereas master of the

of

recently arrived in this port of

from

has entered formal protest

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on the books of this Consulate, under date of the

-, 18against -, passengers in the said

on the passage afore said, named in the said protest, for mutinous conduct on the high seas. and against carrying them to -: And whereas the officers, crew, and part of the passengers of said vessel have likewise entered solemn protest, under date

against the said named persons, and against their proceeding with them in the said vessel:

Now, therefore, I, the undersigned, Consul of the United States of America, having entertained the complaint and grievances set forth in said protest, having first required and obtained from the said master a specified list of the charges preferred by him against the said passengers, consisting of distinct charges, and having day sworn and respectively examined the witnesses to same, in number

persons, who deposed to the truth of the said charges as follows to wit: to the first accusation; to the second;

to the third; to the fourth; to the fifth; to the sixth; and having furthermore admitted and duly sworn and respectively esamined -- persons on the part of said accused; and har. ing duly and impartially weighed the testimony adduced on both sides, do hereby adjudge and declare as follows, that is to say: [Here state the decision and award of the Consul.] Given at this Consulate, this

day of

in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and [L. S.)

U. S. Consul.

FORM No. 42.

Call of survey on a vessel.

(Paragraph 333.) No. 1.]

159Esq., United States Consul at Sir: The ship under my command, arrived at this port the instant, from , laden with in a damaged and leaky condition, and I have, therefore, to request that you will please call a survey upon the said ship in order to ascertain her present state and conditio. and what had best be done for the interest of the parties concerned.

Very respectfully, etc.,

Vaster.

Form NO. 43.

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Warrant to survey a vessel.

(Paragraph 333.) No. 2.) CONSULATE OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA AT

189Messrs. A B, Master of the Ship of

CD, Master of the Ship of

E F, Master Ship Carpenter at GENTLEMEN: Application having been made to this Consulate by master of the ship —

of

of the burden of tons, or thereabouts, for survey upon the said ship, in consequence of having sustained damages and injuries in the prosecution of her voyage from

to this port, laden with —, whereby she became are hereby respectfully requested to repair alongside and on board the said ship, and after a careful and minute examination and survey of every visible part of her hull, spars, sails, and rigging, report to this Consulate, under your own hands, in writing, her present state and condition, and what, in your opinion, had best be done for the interest of the parties concerned.

Given under my hand and the seal of this Consulate, the day and year above written. [Seal of the Consulate.)

U. S. Consul.

, you

Form NO. 44.

Report of survey on a vessel.

(Paragraph 3:33.) No. 3.) Pursuant to the accompanying warrant of survey, to us directed by

United States Consul at -, we, the undersigned, repaired alongside and on board of the ship of -, of the burden of tons, or thereabouts, recently arrived in this port from

in a damaged and leaky condition, laden with -, and after a careful and minute examination of every visible part of her hull, spars, sails, and rigging, do report as follows, viz:

We therefore recommend, in order to a further examination, and to

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