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Electric Lighting for Marine Engineers
How to light a ship by the electric light / and how to keep the apparatus / in order

With 103 illustrations

By Sidney F. Walker M.I.E.E., M.I.M.E., Assoc. M.I.C.E., M Amer. I.E.E.

Author of “Electricity In Our Homes and Workshops”
“How To Light A Colliery,” etc.

Second Edition

Whittaker & Co.

2 White Hart Street, Paternoster Square, E.C.

All Rights Reserved

There is also the mark of a stamp, “JOHN DISSETT,” presumably a former owner of the book.



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Added by Russ Ward on Mon Nov 5 20:41:23 2007

John Dissett was a sea captain who lived in Buffalo New York and was a distant relative of mine. I believe his father Thomas, a shipbuilder, emigrated from County Kerry, Ireland to Prescott, Ontario in the 1820’s. I can’t be sure this is the same man whose name is stamped in your book, but it would make sense.



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