LAWLOR, Col. A.T. Irish Maritime Survey. A guide to the Irish maritime survey world. With coloured frontispiece, numerous maps and illustrations.

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Dublin, Parkside, 1945. First edition. Royal octavo. pp. 371. Quarter cloth on blue paper boards. A very good in rare dust jacket. Very scarce.
For those engaged in shipping and for those interested in every aspect of our Maritime Affairs here is a comprehensive volume of valuable information; for students of our Maritime History here is the first work of its kind; for Merchant Officers, for the Marine Service and for Yachtsmen here is a useful book of reference; for all who are interested in Ireland and her future Maritime development here is an ideal introduction to a subject which is of vital importance in our post-war plans. Part I supplies a short but comprehensive and informative account of our Maritime History, of which no previous work has been written. Part II is a Maritime Directory of Companies, Organisations, Ports Authorities, etc., etc. Part III is a survey of Irish Maritime regulations and a record of general reference data which should satisfy the requirements of Shipping Firms, Merchant Officers and men of the Marine Service. Part IV contains a vocabulary of the more common words and phrases in use at sea, together with certain terms having a special maritime application.

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