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ROYAL SOUTHERN YACHT CLUB, PIER AND HARBOUR.
53
Registered Fall Tonnage. Tonnage.
Gem . • . 47 88 40
George the Fourth . 47 89 50
The vessels of the Isle of Wight Steam Packet Company ply between Southampton, Portsmouth, and the Isle of Wight.
Horse Power.
SOLENT SEA STEAM PACKET COMPANY.
Manager—Mr. Joseph Clark, jun.
Registered Tonnage.
34
Full Tonnage.
61
Morse Power.
Solent . . 34 bl 25
The Solent plys between Lymington and Southampton during the summer season only.
THE ROYAL SOUTHERN YACHT CLUB.
Established August, 1844.
Club-house—Two doors from the Sun Hotel.
patroness, tf)e ^ueen.
Commodore—The Most Noble the Marquis Conyngham.
Vice Commodore — Robert Wright, esq.
Rear Commodore—Thos. Legh, esq. Treasurer—Thomas Trew, esq. Secretary—Mr. James Knight.
COMMISSIONERS OF THE PIER AND HARBOUR.
for improving the port of the town of southampton.
The Mayor, Aldermen, and Councillors for the time being.
specific commissioners.
Mr. J. Kellow Mr. E. Lomer
Mr. W. Forder, jun. E. Westlake
Mr. S. Chaplin
Treasurer—G. Atherley, esq. Clerk—Richard Blanchard, esq. The Acts of Parliament regulating the port and harbour of Southampton are the 43rd George III., cap. 21, and 50th George III., cap. 168; and those regulating the Southampton Royal Pier are the 1st and 2nd William IV., cap. 1, and the 1st Victoria, cap. 1.
SOUTHAMPTON PIER AND HARBOUR.
harbour dues.
All British vessels loading or unloading at the Quays or in the Roads are to pay a tonnage duty of two-pence per register ton each voyage. Foreign vessels double.
Colliers, coasters, and short traders may compound at one shilling per register ton per annum, payable in advance.
Boomage duty to be paid by all vessels, hoys, boats, barges, lighters,
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