| William Graydon - Law - 1803 - 730 pages
...double decked ship or vessel, shull deduct from the said length three fifths vt the breadth, and taking **the depth from the under side of the deck plank to the ceiling in the hold,** shall multiply and divide, as aforesaid, and fhe quotient shall be deemed the tonnage of such ship... | |
| Michael Walsh - Arithmetic - 1807 - 274 pages
...single-decked, take the length and breadth, as above directed, deduct from the said length three-fifths of thje **breadth, and take the depth from the under side of the deck plank, to the ceiling in the** held, then multiply and divide as aforesaid, and the quotient shall be deemed the tonnage." EXAMPLES.... | |
| Osgood Carleton - Arithmetic - 1810 - 251 pages
...subtract | of the breadth from the length the remainder multiply by the breadth, and that product by **the depth from the under side of the deck plank, to the ceiling** at bottom ; divide this last product by 94 tor tons. EXAMPLES. 1. What is the tonage of a ship, 87... | |
| Arithmetic - 1811 - 236 pages
...directed, deduct from the faid length three-fifths of the breadth, and take the depth from the underfide **of the deck plank, to the ceiling in the hold, then multiply and divide as** aforefaid, and the quotient ihall be deemed the tunnage." What is the government tunnage of a double-decked... | |
| John Brice - Commercial law - 1814 - 606 pages
...double decked ship or vessel, shall deduct from the said length three fifths of the breadth, and taking **the depth from the under side of the deck plank to the ceiling in the hold,** shall multiply and divide, as aforesaid, and the quotient shall be deemed the tonnage of such ship... | |
| William Dickinson (of London.) - 1818 - 88 pages
...single-decked, take the length and breadth, as above directed, deduct from the said length three-fifths of **the breadth, and take the depth from the under side...as aforesaid, and the quotient shall be deemed the** tonnage." For instance, the government tonnage of a double-decked vessel, 75 feet 6 inches in length,... | |
| James Maginness - Arithmetic - 1821 - 378 pages
...directed, deduct from the said length, threefifths of the breadth, and take the depth from the underside **of the deck plank, to the ceiling in the hold, then...as aforesaid, and the quotient shall be deemed the** tonnage. EXAMPLES. 1. What is the government tonnage of a single decked vessel, whose length is 69... | |
| Edward Ingersoll - Law - 1821 - 884 pages
...double decked ship or vessel, shall deduct from the said length three-fifths of the breadth, and, taking **the depth from the under side of the deck plank to the ceiling in the hold,** shall multiply and divide as aforesaid, and the quotient shall be deemed the tonnage of such ship or... | |
| George Curtis - Lumber - 1824 - 119 pages
...directed, in a double decked vessel ; and deduct from the length, three fifths of the breadth ; and taking **the depth from the under side of the deck plank to...ceiling in the hold ; then multiply and divide as** above directed, and the quotient will be the true contents or tonnage of such vessel." EXAMPLE. If... | |
| Nathaniel Bowditch - Nautical astronomy - 1826 - 710 pages
...respect to a double-decked vessel, and deduct from the length threefifths of the breadth, and taking **the depth from the under side of the deck plank to the ceiling** of the hold ; multiply and divide as aforesaid, the quotient will be the true content or tonnage of... | |
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