from The Century Dictionary.
- noun A book in which muster-rolls are written.
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He was expected to choose his own lieutenant (_ibid. _), to keep a muster-book, and a careful account of the petty officer's stores (_Monson_ and _Sir Richard Hawkins_), and to punish any offences committed by his subordinates.
He kept the ship's muster-book, with some account of every man borne upon it.
Thus a conjecture of Mr. Collier's may confidently be discarded, who in the muster-book of a hundred in Warwickshire has noted the record of one
The next step, after the ship is commissioned, is to open a muster-book.
Shadow will serve for summer; prick him, for we have a number of shadows to fill up the muster-book.
_Guerrière_ is taken from the _Constitution's_ muster-book (in the