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Page 427 - It is ordained that in the event of a gallant and daring act having been performed by a Squadron Ship's Company a detached body of Seamen and Marines not under fifty in number or...
Page 6 - Executive Officers who have passed for Navigating Duties, and Officers transferred from Navigating to Executive List under Circular 18 of 1876.
Page 381 - Admiral, if before retirement they had served the time to qualify them for promotion.
Page 7 - CMG ....... Companion of St. Michael and St. George. GCSI Grand Cross of the Star of India. KCSI Knight Commander of ditto. CSI Companion of ditto.
Page 426 - Us in the presence of the enemy, and shall have then performed some signal act of valour or devotion to their country. Sixthly. It is ordained, with a view to place all persons on a perfectly equal footing in relation to eligibility for the decoration, that neither rank, nor long service, nor wounds, nor any "other circumstance or condition whatsoever, save the merit of conspicuous bravery, shall be held to establish a sufficient claim to the honour. Seventhly.
Page 1 - Editor direct, as above, upon such subjects.* The NAVY LIST is compiled and published by order of the Lords Commissioners of the Admiralty for the convenience of the Service ; but, as errors may occasionally occur, their Lordships...
Page 427 - Act has been performed is under the eye and command of an Admiral or General Officer commanding the Forces. II. Where the Naval or Military Force is under the eye and command of an Admiral or Commodore Commanding a Squadron or detached Naval Force or of a General Commanding a Corps or Division or Brigade on a distinct and detached Service when such Admiral...
Page 371 - Regulations for the examination of all Officers below the rank of Commander for the grade of Interpreter :— I. Candidates may offer themselves for examination in French, Spanish, German, Italian, Portuguese, and such other modern languages as may be selected from time to time. II. Candidates, if on active service, are to apply through...
Page 350 - Captain of the Mast. Second Captain of the Forecastle. Second Captain of the Maintop. Second Captain of the Foretop. Signalman. Second Captain of Quarter-deck Men.
Page 425 - Ordere. 1. No subject of Her Majesty shall accept a Foreign Order from the Sovereign of any foreign country, or wear the insignia thereof, without having previously obtained Her Majesty's permission to that effect, signified by a warrant under Her Boyal Sign Manual.

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