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days, at $
calkers, days each, For
carpenters.. For use of pitch pots, boys, etc.. For superintendence of master-carpenter.
FORM No. 51.
Certificate authenticating signature to estimate.
189— I, the undersigned, Consul, etc., do hereby certify that the foregoing is the true and genuine signature of
, master ship-carpenter at —, and as such is entitled to full faith and credit.
FORM No. 52.
Certificate authenticating copies of call, warrant, and report of survey.
189— I, the undersigned, Consul, etc., do hereby certify that the foregoing call, warrant, and report of survey, and the certificate thereto signed
United States Consul, numbered 1, 2, 3, 4, etc., hereto annexed, 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.
Letter to authorities in cases of sinking vessels.
189— SIR: The surveyors of the ship — of
master, having recommended that the ship should be towed or hauled into shoal water for the safety of the vessel and cargo, as the water is gaining rapidly on the pumps, I have the honor to request that you will please have designated to the master of the such moorings, in shoal water, in the harbor of —-, that, in the event of the sinking of the ship, the mooring grounds in the bay will not sustain injury.
I have the honor to be, very respectfully, etc.,
U. S. Consul.
Captain of the port (or other authority).
FORM No. 54.
Advertisement for funds on bottomry to repair.
WANTED on the hull, spars, sails, rigging, and homeward freight of the --, of —--, of the burden of tons register, whereof is master, the sum of from $
for repairs and outfits to enable the said vessel to proceed to sea.
Proposals for the advance of the above sum will be received at the office of the United States Consulate at until - p. m., 189—
FORM No. 55.
Advertisement of sale of a vessel.
(Paragraph 334.) Vill be sold at public auction, for the account of whom it may conn, the of
tons registered burden, on the of
at The above vessel was built at -, in the year 189—, of, etc. for further particulars apply to the United States Consulate at to the master on board, where inventories may be seen.
FORM No. 56.
rtificate 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 theADVERTISEMENT -, printed at from the day of
day of -, 189—, inclusive. to be here
I further certify that no proposals have been
received at this Consulate from any person or AFFIXED.
persons to advance the sum required by the
for repairs and outfit to enable her to roceed to sea. Given, etc.
U. S. Consul. Where proposals have been received and accepted the above certificate ill be changed as follows, viz: I further certify that the proposals of
-, to advance the mount required by the for repairs and outfit to enable the said essel to proceed to sea, of twenty per centum maritime premium, fere the lowest proposals received, and they are, therefore, best entitled ) advance the same.
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FORM No. 57.
Certificate to the advertisement of the sale of a vessel.
that the annexed advertisement, in Englis
and was published in the ADVERTISEMENT from the day of to the
-, inclusive. to be here
I further certify that, agreeable to the sai advertisement, the ship was duly se at this port by public auction, for the sund unto
he being the hig! est bidder therefor, as will appear by the account of sales of licensed auctioneer, hereto annexed.
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 registe advertised to be sold at
by publ auction, for account of whom it may concern, by
licens auctioneer, viz:
Ship with hull, spars, sails, rigging, anchors, cables, boats, tack! as she now lies at anchor in the harbor of
One spare foresail,
One spare foretopsail, etc.
FORM No. 59.
Declaration of master to inventory.
(Paragraph 334.) . 2.]
CONSULATE OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA AT
the undersigned, Consul, etc., do hereby certify that, on the day of date hereof, before me personally appeared
master of --, of and solemnly declared that the foregoing inventory atains a true and faithful list of the tackle, apparel, and appurtenances the said ship, together with all articles on board and belonging to 1, as made out by himself this day, Diven, etc. [L, s.]
U. S. Consul.
NOTE.-It is optional with the master to make this declaration.
FORM No. 60.
Master's letter notifying Consul of intention to sell vessel and cargo,
(Paragraph 334.) o. 3.]
U. S. Consul at Sir: Having failed in procuring on bottomry, or otherwise, the necesiry funds required to repair the under my command, I desire to otify you that I am, consequently, compelled to order the sale of said essel, without delay, by public auction, as also that part of her cargo pand damaged by the surveyors thereof, and recommended to be sold nmediately; thus, in my opinion, best consulting the interests of all oncerned.
I inclose herewith a duplicate of my letter addressed to icensed auctioneer, to be filed in the Consulate.
Very respectfully, etc.,