The ABC universal commercial electric telegraphic code specially adapted for the use of financiers, merchants, shipowners, brokers, agents (Clauson-Thue, William, 1834-1907)
Vessels and Nat
The ABC universal commercial electric telegraphic code specially adapted for the use of financiers, merchants, shipowners, brokers, agents, &c (Clauson-Thue, William, 1834-1907)
vessel is advertised by
If any vessel is advertised for
If none other is advertised
The A.B.C. domestic code: All words of six to ten letters, from Webster's dictionary ... (Henry Harvey)
What can you charter a vessel for? fireguard
What can you charter a steamer
Private telegraph code of Hamilton, Fraser & co (Hamilton, Fraser and co)
vessel on quantity shipped.
Repinings The freight is due on the arrival of the vessel
Telegraphic cipher code, especially adapted to the cotton trade (Shepperson, Alfred B)
Pom atic \ ^' ^' OT ^ v different vessels as you
Pomp Ship by quickest way.
The Brachial telegraph. An original method of conversing and signalizing on land and at sea, by means of human arms, at any and all distances, even within furthest range of the telescope (Jenks, Robert W)
VESSELS FOUNDERING AT SEA.
before the vessel goes to pieces,
will bear a great
Revised and improved edition of the telegraphic cipher code especially adapted to the cotton trade (Shepperson, Alfred B., d. 1911.)
Pon tir I do. do. or by different vessel* as yoe
rompauc ^ prefer.
The United States Telegraphic Cipher (Joseph H. Wilson)
vessel sold yesterday.
Catagraph.. . Sail vessel sold
Catalan Steamer sold to-day Oranges, same
J.R. Foster's private telegraphic code, covering general business transactions, for the use of his correspondents only (Foster, J. R)
vessels now ottering
A; ery few vessels ottering ^'
^ o gram vessel here unengaged.
\ esse s scarce
Private Telegraphic Code of Heath & Finnemore, Produce & Commission Merchants (s.n.], Vivian)
I. ,) suitable vessel.
)) II „ steamer.
Cannot get suitable vessel.
.. „ steamer
A Brief Sketch (W. H. Miner)
Foremost among coffee-consuming countries is the United States, which
absorbs nearly one-third
Telegraphic Codex (Theodore Hunter)
Vessel referred to must be RECLASSED, twang / Vessel has been reclassed. The decision to combine
Code of Signals for the use of Vessels Employed in the Merchant Service (Frederick Marryat)
The Imperial combination code for mining, company promoting, financial and stock exchange purposes (Broomhall, Edward Baron)
vessel to call for orders at
See also page 229
The standard cipher code of the American Railway Association for the use of all departments of the railway service (American Railway Association)
vessels are preferred
31 . .Manjua Backward vessels cannot be
32. .Mankalah. . . . By what vessel did you ship
The telegraph dictionary, and seamen's signal book: adapted to signals by flags or other semaphores; and arranged for secret correspondence, through Morse's electro-magnetic telegraph: for the use of commanders of vessels, merchants, &c (Henry J. Rogers)
The instructions discuss usage of Rogers and Black’s American Semaphore. The whole numbers 13,395
The three letter code for condensed telegraphic and inscrutably secret messages and correspondence (Ebenezer Erskine Scott)
vessel may be designated by six letters, the first three indicating the Registry, and the other
The traveler's vade mecum (A. C. Balwin)
964 does not raise as much blood.
965 has ceased raising blood.
966. It is blowing
A Code of Signals for the use of vessels employed in the Merchant Service (Frederick Marryat)
Law's mercantile cipher code for forwarding business communications by telegraph, telephone or postal card, with secrecy and economy (W.A. Law)
Has not arrived
Very few arrivals
— to arrive within