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The China Sea pilot
Bib ID 1765990
Format JournalJournal
Description London : H.M.S.O. for Hydrographic Dept., Admiralty 
v. : ill. ; 25-31 cm. 
Series

S.D ; 30, 31.

Admiralty sailing directions.

N.P ; 30, 31, 32.

Numbering Note Consists of numb. volumes with varying edition statements. 
Notes

To be used with: Great Britain. Hydrographic Dept. [Admiralty charts].

Description based on: v. 3, 2nd ed. (1923).

Kept up to date by cumulative supplements.

Updated in: Admiralty notices to mariners; Annual summary of Admiralty notices to mariners.

Subjects Pilot guides -- China Sea.
Other authors/contributors Great Britain. Hydrographic Department  |  Great Britain. Hydrographic Department [Admiralty charts]

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