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Articles of revised agreement between Great Britain and Kolhapore, signed 20 October 1862

Articles of Agreement between Great Britain and Cannanore, signed 15 November/5 December 1908

Articles of Agreement respecting Fishing between Corea and Japan, signed 9 June 1904

Articles of Agreement between the Abdali and the Haushabi (South West Arabia), signed in 1895

Articles of Agreement between Great Britain and Bhor, signed at Bhor, 22 October 1889

Articles of Agreement and Friendship between the Netherlands and Bandjarmasin, signed 16 May 1661

Articles of Agreement between Great Britain, Portugal and Spain, signed at Evora Monte, 26 May 1834

Agreement between Great Britain and the United States on the Text of Articles for Insertion in the Behring Sea Arbitration Agreement, signed 18 December 1891

Articles of Agreement between the States of Poland and Friedrich August, Duke of Saxony, signed 27 June 1697

 

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The condition of service signed by a seaman in the merchant marine when joining a ship which formed a legal contract with his employers. Normally they embodied provisions governing rates of pay, scale of victuals, daily hours of work, etc., and specified the extremes of latitude beyond which a seaman was not called upon to serve. Before the 1970s the master had the authority to punish members of the crew who transgressed the articles, but nowadays discipline aboard UK ships is covered by the Code of Conduct for the Merchant Navy, though the master can still dismiss any crew member for a serious transgression.

See also dead horse.

See also dead horse.

Subjects: Maritime History — Bibliography.


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