'Lights for Vessels Navigating the Humber and Trent, 1881',

Scope and Content

(a) Newspaper cuttings (sinking of the tug `Ada' in R. Thames; collision involving the trawler 'Magneta' in R. Humber)., 1890

(b) Rules made by Hull Trinity House concerning lights on vessels and steps to avoid collisions, with relative Orders in Council. (6), 1881; 1887; 1888; 1890

(c) Regulations for Preventing Collisions at Sea. (4), 1863; 1877; 1880; 1888

(d) Instructions of Board of Trade concerning lights and fog signals, 1872

(e) Rules concerning lights on vessels in R. Mersey. (3), 1866 - 1881

(f) Copies of correspondence and other documents concerning proposed regulations for preventing collisions at sea, 1881

(g) Report of Investigation into collision in R. Humber between 'Jane and Mary' and 'Liverpool', 1881

(h) Byelaws of Tyne Improvement Commissioners for regulating the Port and Northumberland Dock, 1867

(i) Memorial of the Rivermen's Mutual Protection Association to the Board of Trade on proposed rules for navigation in R. Humber, 1882

(j) Extract from 'Law Times' concerning collision in R. Humber involving the `Ripon', not dated

(k) Letter: Secretary, Thames Conservancy to Trinity House, Hull :- byelaws for navigation of R. Thames, 29 December 1887

(l) Byelaws for Regulation of R. Ouse, 1886

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