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(follows <s>p49.)</s> vi. 23.&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;127<br><u>Midshipman's Hitch</u>. (1)<br>[Caption: cf E.B. xxi.591.i.<br>fig 15.<br><u>Dixon Kemp</u>. 642. ii.<br>give reverse<br>of this<br>& see v. 221.<br>To make: As a Twofold Knot (p. 49), but <br>take <u>a</u> up to <u>b</u> as in converting an<br>overhand into a half hitch (p.43.).  Lastly<br>stop ^<i>or hitch</i> <u>a</u> to <u>b</u>.  it is usual to <s>work the lower coil</s><br><s>over and above the top one as figure above so as</s><br>Uses: To put a tail block on the fall<br>of a tackle for a temporary purpose.  (E.B.<br>591.ii.)<br>Characteristics: This bears exactly the<br>same relation to a Twofold Knot that<br>a Half Hitch does to an Overhand. <s>It is</s><br><s>a feeble & slovenly makeshift.</s><br>(p 126. B. follows.)
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(follows <s>p49.)</s> vi. 23.&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;127<br><u>Midshipman's Hitch</u>. (1)<br>[Caption: cf E.B. xxi.591.i.<br>fig 15.<br><u>Dixon Kemp</u>. 642. ii.<br>give reverse<br>of this<br>& see v. 221.<br>To make: As a Twofold Knot (p. 49), but <br>take <u>a</u> up to <u>b</u> as in converting an<br>overhand into a half hitch (p.43.).  Lastly<br>stop ^<i>or hitch</i> <u>a</u> to <u>b</u>.  it is usual to <s>work the lower coil</s><br><s>over & above the top one as figured above so as</s><br>Uses: To put a tail block on the fall<br>of a tackle (<u>D.K.</u> p642.ii) for a temporary purpose.  (E.B.<br>591.ii.)<br>Characteristics: This bears exactly the<br>same relation to a Twofold Knot that<br>a Half Hitch does to an Overhand. <s>It is</s><br><s>a feeble & slovenly makeshift.</s><br>(p 126. B. follows.)

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(follows p49.) vi. 23.    127
Midshipman's Hitch. (1)
[Caption: cf E.B. xxi.591.i.
fig 15.
Dixon Kemp. 642. ii.
give reverse
of this
& see v. 221.
To make: As a Twofold Knot (p. 49), but
take a up to b as in converting an
overhand into a half hitch (p.43.). Lastly
stop ^or hitch a to b. it is usual to work the lower coil
over & above the top one as figured above so as
Uses: To put a tail block on the fall
of a tackle (D.K. p642.ii) for a temporary purpose. (E.B.
591.ii.)
Characteristics: This bears exactly the
same relation to a Twofold Knot that
a Half Hitch does to an Overhand. It is
a feeble & slovenly makeshift.
(p 126. B. follows.)