Ocean Steam Navigation and the Ocean Post
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Ocean Steam Navigation and the Ocean Post

By Thomas Rainey
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  • OCEAN STEAM NAVIGATION
    • AND THE
  • OCEAN POST.
    • D. APPLETON & CO., 346 & 348 BROADWAY.
      • TRÜBNER & CO.,
        • 1858.
        • Entered, according to Act of Congress, in the year 1857, by JOHN GLENN RAINEY, In the Clerk's Office of the District Court of the United States for the Southern District of New-York.
        • DEDICATED,
        • RESPECT AND ESTEEM,
        • HON. AARON VENABLE BROWN
        • UNITED STATES.
      • 1858.
      • Entered, according to Act of Congress, in the year 1857, by JOHN GLENN RAINEY, In the Clerk's Office of the District Court of the United States for the Southern District of New-York.
      • DEDICATED,
      • RESPECT AND ESTEEM,
      • HON. AARON VENABLE BROWN
      • UNITED STATES.
    • TRÜBNER & CO.,
      • 1858.
      • Entered, according to Act of Congress, in the year 1857, by JOHN GLENN RAINEY, In the Clerk's Office of the District Court of the United States for the Southern District of New-York.
      • DEDICATED,
      • RESPECT AND ESTEEM,
      • HON. AARON VENABLE BROWN
      • UNITED STATES.
    • 1858.
    • Entered, according to Act of Congress, in the year 1857, by JOHN GLENN RAINEY, In the Clerk's Office of the District Court of the United States for the Southern District of New-York.
    • DEDICATED,
    • RESPECT AND ESTEEM,
    • HON. AARON VENABLE BROWN
    • UNITED STATES.
    • PREFACE.
    • THE ARGUMENT.
      • PAPER A.
      • PAPER B.
      • PAPER C.
      • PAPER D.
      • PAPER E.
      • PAPER F.
      • PAPER G.
      • PAPER H.
    • PAPER A.
    • PAPER B.
    • PAPER C.
    • PAPER D.
    • PAPER E.
    • PAPER F.
    • PAPER G.
    • PAPER H.
    • HEADS OF ARGUMENT.
      • SECTION I.
        • PRESENT POSITION OF STEAM NAVIGATION.
      • PRESENT POSITION OF STEAM NAVIGATION.
      • SECTION II.
        • NECESSITY OF RAPID STEAM MAILS.
      • NECESSITY OF RAPID STEAM MAILS.
      • SECTION III.
        • THE CAPABILITIES OF OCEAN STEAM.
      • THE CAPABILITIES OF OCEAN STEAM.
      • SECTION IV.
        • COST OF STEAM: OCEAN MAIL SPEED.
      • COST OF STEAM: OCEAN MAIL SPEED.
      • SECTION V.
        • OCEAN MAIL STEAMERS CAN NOT LIVE ON THEIR OWN RECEIPTS.
      • OCEAN MAIL STEAMERS CAN NOT LIVE ON THEIR OWN RECEIPTS.
      • SECTION VI.
        • HOW CAN MAIL SPEED BE ATTAINED?
      • HOW CAN MAIL SPEED BE ATTAINED?
      • SECTION VII.
        • WHAT IS THE DUTY OF THE GOVERNMENT TO THE PEOPLE?
      • WHAT IS THE DUTY OF THE GOVERNMENT TO THE PEOPLE?
      • SECTION VIII.
        • HOW SHALL THE GOVERNMENT DISCHARGE THIS DUTY?
      • HOW SHALL THE GOVERNMENT DISCHARGE THIS DUTY?
      • SECTION IX.
        • THE BRITISH SYSTEM, AND ITS RESULTS.
      • THE BRITISH SYSTEM, AND ITS RESULTS.
      • SECTION X.
        • THE MAIL LINES OF THE UNITED STATES.
      • THE MAIL LINES OF THE UNITED STATES.
    • SECTION I.
      • PRESENT POSITION OF STEAM NAVIGATION.
    • PRESENT POSITION OF STEAM NAVIGATION.
    • SECTION II.
      • NECESSITY OF RAPID STEAM MAILS.
    • NECESSITY OF RAPID STEAM MAILS.
    • SECTION III.
      • THE CAPABILITIES OF OCEAN STEAM.
    • THE CAPABILITIES OF OCEAN STEAM.
    • SECTION IV.
      • COST OF STEAM: OCEAN MAIL SPEED.
    • COST OF STEAM: OCEAN MAIL SPEED.
    • SECTION V.
      • OCEAN MAIL STEAMERS CAN NOT LIVE ON THEIR OWN RECEIPTS.
    • OCEAN MAIL STEAMERS CAN NOT LIVE ON THEIR OWN RECEIPTS.
    • SECTION VI.
      • HOW CAN MAIL SPEED BE ATTAINED?
    • HOW CAN MAIL SPEED BE ATTAINED?
    • SECTION VII.
      • WHAT IS THE DUTY OF THE GOVERNMENT TO THE PEOPLE?
    • WHAT IS THE DUTY OF THE GOVERNMENT TO THE PEOPLE?
    • SECTION VIII.
      • HOW SHALL THE GOVERNMENT DISCHARGE THIS DUTY?
    • HOW SHALL THE GOVERNMENT DISCHARGE THIS DUTY?
    • SECTION IX.
      • THE BRITISH SYSTEM, AND ITS RESULTS.
    • THE BRITISH SYSTEM, AND ITS RESULTS.
    • SECTION X.
      • THE MAIL LINES OF THE UNITED STATES.
    • THE MAIL LINES OF THE UNITED STATES.
    • SECTION I.
      • PRESENT POSITION OF STEAM NAVIGATION.
    • PRESENT POSITION OF STEAM NAVIGATION.
    • SECTION II.
      • NECESSITY OF RAPID STEAM MAILS.
    • NECESSITY OF RAPID STEAM MAILS.
    • SECTION III.
      • THE CAPABILITIES OF OCEAN STEAM.
    • THE CAPABILITIES OF OCEAN STEAM.
    • SECTION IV.
      • COST OF STEAM: OCEAN MAIL SPEED.
        • THE NATURAL LAWS OF RESISTANCE, POWER, AND SPEED,
        • WITH TABLES OF THE SAME.
        • I. TO FIND THE CONSUMPTION OF FUEL NECESSARY TO INCREASE THE SPEED OF A STEAMER.
        • II. TO FIND THE SPEED CORRESPONDING TO A DIMINISHED CONSUMPTION OF FUEL.
        • III. RELATION BETWEEN THE CONSUMPTION OF FUEL, AND THE LENGTH AND VELOCITY OF VOYAGE.
        • COAL TABLE: No. I.
        • COAL TABLE: No. II.
        • FREIGHT TABLE: No. III.
        • COAL AND CARGO TABLE: No. IV.
      • THE NATURAL LAWS OF RESISTANCE, POWER, AND SPEED,
      • WITH TABLES OF THE SAME.
      • I. TO FIND THE CONSUMPTION OF FUEL NECESSARY TO INCREASE THE SPEED OF A STEAMER.
      • II. TO FIND THE SPEED CORRESPONDING TO A DIMINISHED CONSUMPTION OF FUEL.
      • III. RELATION BETWEEN THE CONSUMPTION OF FUEL, AND THE LENGTH AND VELOCITY OF VOYAGE.
      • COAL TABLE: No. I.
      • COAL TABLE: No. II.
      • FREIGHT TABLE: No. III.
      • COAL AND CARGO TABLE: No. IV.
    • COST OF STEAM: OCEAN MAIL SPEED.
      • THE NATURAL LAWS OF RESISTANCE, POWER, AND SPEED,
      • WITH TABLES OF THE SAME.
      • I. TO FIND THE CONSUMPTION OF FUEL NECESSARY TO INCREASE THE SPEED OF A STEAMER.
      • II. TO FIND THE SPEED CORRESPONDING TO A DIMINISHED CONSUMPTION OF FUEL.
      • III. RELATION BETWEEN THE CONSUMPTION OF FUEL, AND THE LENGTH AND VELOCITY OF VOYAGE.
      • COAL TABLE: No. I.
      • COAL TABLE: No. II.
      • FREIGHT TABLE: No. III.
      • COAL AND CARGO TABLE: No. IV.
    • THE NATURAL LAWS OF RESISTANCE, POWER, AND SPEED,
    • WITH TABLES OF THE SAME.
    • I. TO FIND THE CONSUMPTION OF FUEL NECESSARY TO INCREASE THE SPEED OF A STEAMER.
    • II. TO FIND THE SPEED CORRESPONDING TO A DIMINISHED CONSUMPTION OF FUEL.
    • III. RELATION BETWEEN THE CONSUMPTION OF FUEL, AND THE LENGTH AND VELOCITY OF VOYAGE.
    • COAL TABLE: No. I.
    • COAL TABLE: No. II.
    • FREIGHT TABLE: No. III.
    • COAL AND CARGO TABLE: No. IV.
    • SECTION V.
      • OCEAN MAIL STEAMERS CAN NOT LIVE ON THEIR OWN RECEIPTS.
    • OCEAN MAIL STEAMERS CAN NOT LIVE ON THEIR OWN RECEIPTS.
    • SECTION VI.
      • HOW CAN MAIL SPEED BE ATTAINED?
    • HOW CAN MAIL SPEED BE ATTAINED?
    • SECTION VII.
      • WHAT IS THE DUTY OF THE GOVERNMENT TO THE PEOPLE?
    • WHAT IS THE DUTY OF THE GOVERNMENT TO THE PEOPLE?
    • SECTION VIII.
      • HOW SHALL THE GOVERNMENT DISCHARGE THIS DUTY?
    • HOW SHALL THE GOVERNMENT DISCHARGE THIS DUTY?
    • SECTION IX.
      • THE BRITISH SYSTEM, AND ITS RESULTS.
        • AMERICAN.
        • BRITISH.
      • AMERICAN.
      • BRITISH.
    • THE BRITISH SYSTEM, AND ITS RESULTS.
      • AMERICAN.
      • BRITISH.
    • AMERICAN.
    • BRITISH.
    • SECTION X.
      • THE MAIL LINES OF THE UNITED STATES.
    • THE MAIL LINES OF THE UNITED STATES.
    • PAPER A.
      • LIST OF AMERICAN OCEAN STEAMERS.
        • Steamers lying up, 18. Registered tonnage, 24,845 tons.
      • Steamers lying up, 18. Registered tonnage, 24,845 tons.
    • LIST OF AMERICAN OCEAN STEAMERS.
      • Steamers lying up, 18. Registered tonnage, 24,845 tons.
    • Steamers lying up, 18. Registered tonnage, 24,845 tons.
    • PAPER B.
      • RECAPITULATION.
    • RECAPITULATION.
    • PAPER C.
      • PROJET OF FRANCO-AMERICAN NAVIGATION.
    • PROJET OF FRANCO-AMERICAN NAVIGATION.
    • PAPER D.
      • STEAM LINES BETWEEN EUROPE AND AMERICA.
    • STEAM LINES BETWEEN EUROPE AND AMERICA.
    • PAPER E.
    • PAPER F.
      • OCEAN STEAM LINES OF THE WORLD.
    • OCEAN STEAM LINES OF THE WORLD.
    • PAPER G.
    • PAPER H.
      • THE FRENCH, ENGLISH, AND AMERICAN NAVIES.
        • SAILING VESSELS.
        • SAILING SHIPS CHANGED INTO STEAMSHIPS.
        • STEAM VESSELS.
        • MIXED FRIGATES—(New Construction.)
        • ADVICE VESSELS.
        • FLOATING BATTERIES.
        • GUN BOATS.
        • MIXED TRANSPORTS.
        • GENERAL RECAPITULATION.
        • ORDINARY CLASSIFICATION OF NAVAL OFFICERS.
        • NAVY OF THE UNITED STATES.
      • SAILING VESSELS.
      • SAILING SHIPS CHANGED INTO STEAMSHIPS.
      • STEAM VESSELS.
      • MIXED FRIGATES—(New Construction.)
      • ADVICE VESSELS.
      • FLOATING BATTERIES.
      • GUN BOATS.
      • MIXED TRANSPORTS.
      • GENERAL RECAPITULATION.
      • ORDINARY CLASSIFICATION OF NAVAL OFFICERS.
      • NAVY OF THE UNITED STATES.
    • THE FRENCH, ENGLISH, AND AMERICAN NAVIES.
      • SAILING VESSELS.
      • SAILING SHIPS CHANGED INTO STEAMSHIPS.
      • STEAM VESSELS.
      • MIXED FRIGATES—(New Construction.)
      • ADVICE VESSELS.
      • FLOATING BATTERIES.
      • GUN BOATS.
      • MIXED TRANSPORTS.
      • GENERAL RECAPITULATION.
      • ORDINARY CLASSIFICATION OF NAVAL OFFICERS.
      • NAVY OF THE UNITED STATES.
    • SAILING VESSELS.
    • SAILING SHIPS CHANGED INTO STEAMSHIPS.
    • STEAM VESSELS.
    • MIXED FRIGATES—(New Construction.)
    • ADVICE VESSELS.
    • FLOATING BATTERIES.
    • GUN BOATS.
    • MIXED TRANSPORTS.
    • GENERAL RECAPITULATION.
    • ORDINARY CLASSIFICATION OF NAVAL OFFICERS.
    • NAVY OF THE UNITED STATES.
  • Transcriber's Note.
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