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Henry Bushby Transcription Pages

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<u>Bowline on a bight.</u> (E.B. & <u>Bushell</u>.)  49<br><s><u>Double Bull Bowline.</u></s><br>Other names: <s>Bowline on a bight.</s> (E.B. xxi.590.ii)<u>Bowline on a bight.</u>(Jutsum. 20)<br>To make: * <i>^The following is another method:-</i> Tie a somewhat loose brooch <br>knot (i.84) <s>thus</s> of either form, thus:-<br>Lift up the loop, & lay it against the standing parts, <br><s>thus:-</s> on either side, thus:- <br>Then pull <s>??</s> a bight of the two standing <br>parts through the loop as indicated, and
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<u>Bowline on a bight.</u> (E.B. & <u>Bushell</u>.)  49<br><s><u>Double Bull Bowline.</u></s><br>Other names: <s>Bowline on a bight.</s> (E.B. xxi.590.ii) <br>(Jutsum. 20)<br>To make: * <i>^The following is another method:-</i> Tie a somewhat loose brooch <br>knot (i.84) <s>thus</s> of either form, thus:-<br>Lift up the loop, & lay it against the standing parts, <br><s>thus:-</s> on either side, thus:- <br>Then pull <s>??</s> a bight of the two standing <br>parts through the loop as indicated, and

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Bowline on a bight. (E.B. & Bushell.) 49
Double Bull Bowline.
Other names: Bowline on a bight. (E.B. xxi.590.ii)
(Jutsum. 20)
To make: * ^The following is another method:- Tie a somewhat loose brooch
knot (i.84) thus of either form, thus:-
Lift up the loop, & lay it against the standing parts,
thus:- on either side, thus:-
Then pull ?? a bight of the two standing
parts through the loop as indicated, and