Series: Naval Publication - HMSO

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NP 74 Admiralty list of Lights and Fog signals. VOL A. British Isles and North Coast of France. From Dunkerque to en by Great Britain. Admiralty74
The Mariner's Handboek. N.P.100 Containing information on Admiralty charts and navigational publications, general navig by Captain S.J. Hennessey,100
Home Waters Catalogue. Admiralty Charts and other Hydrographic Publications. NP 109 by Great Britain. Admiralty109
Catalogue of Admiraty Charts and Publications. NP131 by Great Britain. Admiralty131
Admiralty tidal stream atlas, north coast of Ireland, west coast of Scotland (NP218) by Great Britain. Admiralty218
Admiralty Tidal Stream Atlas (NP233) Dover Strait by Hydrographer233
NP 247 Annual Summary of Admiralty Notices to Mariners by Great Britain. Admiralty247
Admiralty Tidal Stream Atlas (NP250) English Channel by Hydrographer250
Admiralty Tidal Stream Atlas (NP251) North Sea (S.) by Hydrographer251
Tidal stream atlas : the Channel Islands and adjacent coasts of France,including plan of Alderney and the Casquets: NP264 by Hydrographer264
Admiralty Tidal Stream Atlas (NP337) Solent & 'Nearby' by Hydrographer337

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