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" understood that a passenger occupying a cabin of two or more berths on the departure of the vessel (unless he shall have paid an additional sum for its exclusive occupation), is not to object to the vacant berth or berths being filled up at the intermediate... "
The popular overland guide, hints to travellers by the overland route to ... - Page 95
by Popular overland guide - 1861
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The overland guide-book

James Barber (capt.) - Travel - 1845 - 134 pages
...understood, that a passenger occupying a cabin, of two or more berths, on the departure of the vessel, is not (unless he shall have paid an additional sum for its exclusive occupation) to object to the vacant berth being filled up at the intermediate ports, if required. Although there...
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The overland guide-book

James Barber (capt.) - 1850
...understood, that a passenger occupying a cabin of two or more berths, on the departure of the vessel, is not (unless he shall have paid an additional sum for its exclusive occupation) to object to the vacant berth being filled up at the intermediate ports, if required. Although there...
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The Treaty Ports of China and Japan: A Complete Guide to the Open Ports of ...

William Frederick Mayers, Charles King - China - 1867 - 668 pages
...occupied by a Passenger without application to the Agent on shore, or to the Purser on board. It is to b understood that a Passenger occupying a Cabin of two...at the intermediate Ports, if required. Passengers loill have to defray their om ej;penses fur Hotels, in the event of any detention. The Steamers employed...
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The treaty ports of China and Japan, a guide book & vade mecum, by W.F ...

William Frederick Mayers - 1867
...occ-.ipied by a Passenger without application to the Agent on shore, or to the Purser on board. It is to bo understood that a Passenger occupying a Cabin of two...filled up at the intermediate Ports, if required. Passeiujers will have to defray their own expenses for Hotels, in the event of any detention. The Steamers...
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Our Ocean Highways: a Condensed Universal Hand Gazetteer and International ...

J. Maurice Dempsey - Geography - 1871 - 482 pages
...to the agest shore, or to the purser on board. It is to be understood that a passenger occupying a of two or more berths, on the departure of the vessel (unless he shall have paid an ad” sum for its exclusive occupation), is not to object to the vacant berth or berths being filled...
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