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The Register of shipping for the year
Bib ID 750341
Format JournalJournal, OnlineOnline
Online Versions
Description London : Gregg Press 
v. 
Notes

Reprint of original.

From 1799 issued in two parts: Shipowners register (also known as the "Red book"), and; Underwriters register (also known as the "Green book"). These two parts were originally issued by opposing organisations, but have been subsequently been reprinted together as Lloyd's register.

Some issues also available online. Address as at 1/­3/­2013: http:/­/­catalog.hathitrust.org/­Record/­000057051

Life Dates 1764-1833 
Later Title

Lloyd's register of British and foreign shipping

Subjects Ship registers.  |  Shipping - Directories.
Other authors/contributors Lloyd's Registry of Shipping
Also Titled

Lloyd's register

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Call Number: CAC Sq 656.6 LLO
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