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FORM NO.55.

Advertisement of sale of a vessel.

(Paragraph 334.) Will be sold at public auction, for the account of whom it may conrn, the of

tons registered burden, on the at The above vessel was built at in the year 189—, of, etc. For further particulars apply to the United States Consulate at r to the master on board, where inventories may be seen.

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Licensed Auctioneer.

FORM No. 56.

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'ertificate to advertisement for funds on bottomry, where no proposals

have been received.

(Paragraph 334.) CONSULATE OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA AT

189— I, the undersigned, Consul, etc., do hereby Printed

certify that the annexed advertisement, in

English and --, was published in the ADVERTISEMENT printed at from the day of

to the - day of 189—, inclusive. to be here

I further certify that no proposals have been received at this Consulate from any person or persons to advance the sum required by the

for repairs and outfit to enable her to proceed to sea. Given, etc.

U.S. Consul. Where proposals have been received and accepted the above certificate will be changed as follows, viz: I further certify that the proposals of

to advance the amount required by the for repairs and outfit to enable the said Pessel to proceed to sea, of twenty per centum maritime premium, were the lowest proposals received, and they are, therefore, best entitled to advance the same.

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AFFIXED.

FORM No. 57.

Certificate to the advertisement of the sale of a vessel.

(Paragraph 334.)
CONSULATE OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA AT

18.
I, the undersigned, Consul, etc., do certify
Printed

that the annexed advertisement, in English and

was published in the ADVERTISEMENT

from the
day of

to the

day of inclusive. to be here

I further certify that, agreeable to the said advertisement, the ship

was duly scd at this port by public auction, for the sum $ unto

he being the hirtest bidder therefor, as will appear by the account of sales of licensed auctioneer, hereto annexed.

Given, etc.

AFFIXED.

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U.S. Consul.

FORM NO. 58.

Inventory of a ship or vessel.

(Paragraph 334.) No. 1.] Inventory of ship of

of the burden of - tons register, advertised to be sold at

p.m.,
the
day of

by public auction, for account of whom it may concern, by

licenser auctioneer, viz:

Ship- with hull, spars, sails, rigging, anchors, cables, boats, tackle. as she now lies at anchor in the harbor of

One spare foresail,
One spare mainsail,

One spare foretopsail, etc.

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FORM No. 59.

Declaration of master to inventory.

(Paragraph 334.) ). 2.) CONSULATE OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA AT

189— I, the undersigned, Consul, etc., do hereby certify that, on the day of e date hereof, before me personally appeared

master of e--, of -, and solemnly declared that the foregoing inventory ntains a true and faithful list of the tackle, apparel, and appurtenances

the said ship, together with all articles on board and belonging to ir, as made out by himself this day. Given, etc. [L. S.]

U. S. Consul.

Master.

NOTE.-It is optional with the master to make this declaration.

FORM No. 60.

So. 3.]

:

Master's letter notifying Consul of intention to sell vessel and cargo, (Paragraph 334.)

189Esq.,

U. S. Consul at Sir: Having failed in procuring on bottomry, or otherwise, the necessary funds required to repair the —, under my command, I desire to Dotify you that I am, consequently, compelled to order the sale of said ressel, without delay, by public auction, as also that part of her cargo found damaged by the surveyors thereof, and recommended to be sold immediately; thus, in my opinion, best consulting the interests of all concerned.

I inclose herewith a duplicate of my letter addressed to licensed auctioneer, to be filed in the Consulate.

Very respectfully, etc.,

Master.

FORM No. 61.

Letter of master to auctioneer.

(Paragraph 334.) No. 4.]

189 Esq., Licensed Auctioneer at Sir: As agent for whom it may concern, I hereby request you to adortise and sell, by public auction, to the highest bidder, the —, ker tackle, apparel, and appurtenances, as per inventory herewith, as now lays at anchor in this harbor; also that part of her cargo foa:] damaged, and recommended to be sold by the board of survey, 1: account of whom it may concern.

You will please render distinct account of sales of ship and cargo triplicate), under your own hand, to the United States Consulate at this port.

I am, respectfully, etc.,

Vaster.

FORM No. 62.

Certificate authenticating copies of inventories and letters.

(Paragraph 334.)
CONSULATE OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA AT

189I, the undersigned, Consul, etc., do hereby certify that the foregoiuz inventory, and the declaration thereunto, both hereto annexed, and leters signed

master, numbered 1, 2, 3, 4, are true and faithful copies of the originals filed in this Consulate, the same having been carefully examined by me and compared with the said originals, and found to agree therewith word for word and figure for figure.

Given, etc.

U, S. Consul.

FORM NO. 63.

Account of sale of a vessel.

(Paragraph 334.) o. 1.] Account of sale of ship of of the burden of tons, old by the undersigned, for account of whom it may concern, by order :

-, master, viz: The ship as per inventory, unto

for. $

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CHARGES.

dvertising ..
rinting inventories
tovernment dues..
uction commisson..
Consul's attendance at sale.

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Licensed Auctioneer.

FORM NO. 64.

Certificate authenticating signature of auctioner.

(Paragraph 334.)

No. 2.]
CONSULATE OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA AT

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

licensed auctioneer or the port of and as such is entitled to full faith and credit. Given, etc.

U. S. Consul.

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