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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, cres, and part of the passengers of said vessel have likewise entered soleren 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 o 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 daly 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.

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FORM No. 42.

Call of survey on a vessel.

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(Paragraph 333.) No. 1.]

189Esq., 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 condition, and what had best be done for the interest of the parties concerned.

Very respectfully, etc.,

Master.

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 ascertain, if possible, the cause and extent of the leak or leaks, that the cargo be discharged forthwith.

In confirmation of which we are willing, if required, to attest:
Given under our hands at this day of A. D. 189—

Master of the Ship

, of

Master of the Ship of

Master Ship-Carpenter at dollars for holding the above survey.

Received

FORM No. 45.

Certificate authenticating the signatures of surveyors.

(Paragraph 333.) No. 4.] CONSULATE OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA AT

189— 1, the undersigned, Consul, etc., do hereby certify that the foregoing are the true and genuine signatures of

and -, surveyors, appointed by me, of the ship of and as such are entitled to full faith and credit. Given, etc.

U.S. Consul.

FORM NO. 46.

Second call of survey on a vessel.
(Paragraph 333.)

189 No. 1.]

Esq., United States Consul at : SIR: The cargo of the ship of under my command, being now discharged, I have therefore respectfully to request that you will please call a second survey on the said ship, in order to a further examination, and to ascertain, if possible, the cause and extent of the leak or leaks. Very respectfully, etc.,

Master.

FORM No. 47.

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Second warrant to survey a vessel.

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

189— Messrs. A B, Master of the Ship

of CD, Master of the Ship

of EF, 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 a second survey on the said ship, her cargo having been discharged, you are hereby respectfully requested to repair on board of the said ship, and after a further careful examination and survey of her hull, ascertain, if possible, the cause and extent of the leak or leaks, and report the same to this Consulate, under your own hands, in writing; also what, in your opinion, should be done for the interest of the parties concerned.

Given, etc.
[Seal of the Consulate.]

U. S. Consul.

FORM No. 48.
Second report of survey on a vessel.

(Paragraph 333.) No. 3.] Pursuant to the accompanying warrant of survey, to us directed by

United States Consul at we, the undersigned, repaired on board of the ship of

of the burden of tons, or thereabouts, and after a further careful examination and survey of the hull of said ship, do report as follows, viz:

In confirmation of which we are willing, if required, to attest. Given under our hands at - this day of A. D. 189—.

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FORM No. 49,

Certificate authenticating signatures of second surveyors.

(Paragraph 333.) No. 4.) CONSULATE OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA AT

189 I, the undersigned, Consul, etc., do hereby certify that the foregoing are the true and genuine signatures of

and the persons appointed by me on the second survey of the ship and as such are entitled to full faith and credit.

Given, etc.
[Seal of the Consulate.]

U, S. Consul.

FORM No. 50.

Estimate of repairs.

of

(Paragraph 333.) Estimate of the probable cost of repairing the —

agreeably to the recommendations contained in the report of survey of the instant, and in accordance with the cost of labor and material at the port of -, as follows, viz: For heaving ship down on both sides, including use of hulk, blocks,

falls, tackle, etc. (or, as the case may be, placing in dock) $ For taking out planks... For feet of plank, at $For carpenters, days each, days, at $ For lbs. nails For lbs. copper spikes. For sheet felt.. For lbs. oakum For barrels pitch. For

barrels tar. For

barrels rosin For sheets copper,

lbs., at For lbs. copper nails.

per M.

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