Reports were read of visits to factories, shops, slums, and dockyards.
Will they not issue in armed pursuit from all the city, and some launch ships from the dockyards?
The foundries and dockyards of Algiers teemed with busy workmen.
Clause 22 reserves to the Crown the power of erecting forts, dockyards, etc.
(Fig. 11) is a double firecock, as laid down in Her Majesty's Dockyards.
Slabs, chips, and refuse of timber, sold in fathom lots at the dockyards.
A large apartment in dockyards where the sails are cut out and made.
A machine in dockyards for driving piles, working pumps, &c.
It was necessary to have recourse to the dockyards of Amsterdam and Hamburg.
As for the wood, it is much used in the dockyards of the Southern states.