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LESSONS AND PRACTICAL NOTES ON STEAM. The
Steam-Engine, Propellers, etc., etc., for Young Marine Engi-
MANUAL OF NAVAL TACTICS; Together with a Brief
Critical Analysis of the principal Modern Naval Battles. By
ELEMENTARY INSTRUCTION IN NAVAL ORDNANCE
AND GUNNERY. By James H. WARD, Commander U.
Million.” New Edition, revised and enlarged. 8vo. Cloth 2 00 NAVAL LIGHT ARTILLERY, Instructions for Naval Light
Artillery, afloat and ashore, prepared and arranged for the U, S.
States Military Academy. I vol., 8vo. Cloth. With 22 plates. 300 CALCULATED TABLES OF RANGES FOR NAVY AND
ARMY GUNS. With a Method of finding the Distance of an
I 50 TOTTEN'S NAVAL TEXT-BOOK. Naval Text-Book and
Dictionary, compiled for the use of the Midshipmen of the U. S.
3 00 "This work is prepared for the Midshipmen of the United States Navy. It is a complete manual of instructions as to the duties which pertain to their office, and appears to have been prepared with great care, avoiding errors and inaccuracies which had crept into a former cuition of the work, and embracing valuable additional matter. It is a book which should be in the hauds of every midshipman, and officers of higii rauk in the navy would often find it a useful companion." -Boston Journal,
MANUAL OF INTERNAL RULES AND REGULATIONS FOR MEN
OF-WAR. By Commodore U. P. LEVY, U. S. N., late Flag-
etc. Flexible blue cloth. Third edition, revised and enlarged. “ Among the professional publications for which we are indebted to the war, we willingly give a prominent place to this useful little Manual of Rules and Regulations to be observed on board of ships of war. thorship is a sufficient guarantee for its accuracy and practical value; anil as a guide to young ollicers in providing for the discipline, police, and sanitary government of the vessels under their command, we know of nothing superior."-N. Y, Herald.
MANUAL OF THE BOAT EXERCISE at the U. S. Naval Academy,
designed for the practical instruction of the Senior Class in
NAVAL DUTIES AND DISCIPLINE: With the Policy and Princi
ples of Naval Organization. By F. A. Roe, late Commander
$1 50 “ The author's design was undoubtedly to furnish young officers som general instruction drawn from long experience, to aid in the better dis. charge of their official duties, and, at the same time, to furnish other people with a book which is not technical, and yet thoroughly professional. It throws light upon the Navy-its organization, its achievements, its interior life. Everything is stated as tersely as possible, and this is one of the advantages of the book, considering that the experience ani professional knowledge of twenty-five years' service are crowded somewhere into its pages."'--Army and Navy Journal.
HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES NAVAL ACADEMY. With
Biographical Sketches, and the names of all the Superintendents, Professors, and Graduates; to which is added a Record of some of the earliest Votes by Congress, of Thanks, Medals, and Swords to Naval Officers. By EDWARD CHAUNCEY MARSHALL, A. M. I vol., 12mo. Cloth. Plates..........
STEAM FOR THE MILLION. A Popular Treatise on Steam and its
Application to the Useful Arts, especially to Navigation. By J.
STILLMAN'S STEAM-ENGINE INDICATOR, and the Improved
Manometer Steam and Vacuum Gauges: Their Utility and
$1 00 SCREW PROPULSION. Notes on Screw Propulsion, its Rise and
History. By Capt. W. H. WALKER, U. S. Navy. I vol., 8vo.
POOK'S METHOD OF COMPARING THE LINES AND DRAUGHT
ING VESSELS PROPELLED BY SAIL OR STEAM, including a
DEAD RECKONING; Or, Day's Work. By EDWARD BARRETT,
U S. Navy. 8vo. Flexible cloth......
TREATISE ON THE MARINE BOILERS OF THE UNITED STATES.
NAUTICAL ROUTINE AND STOWAGE. With Short Rules in Navi
gation. By John McLeod Murphy and WM. N. JEFFERS,
NAVY REGISTER OF THE UNITED STATES FOR 1869. 8vo.
Engine Indicator, with Directions for its use. By Charles T.