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Page vii - The EDITOR of the Navy List will be glad to receive any communications in reference to errors in the List, addressed to him at the ADMIRALTY, WHITEHALL, LONDON. %* Communications for the Editor of the Navy List, addressed to the Publisher from abroad, should be post paid, in order to ensure attention, but it is more convenient to address to the Editor direct, as above, upon such subjects.
Page 511 - His Majesty, having taken the said Memorial into consideration, was pleased, by and with the advice of His Privy Council, to approve of what is therein proposed. And the Right Honourable the Lords Commissioners of the Admiralty are to give the necessary directions herein accordingly.
Page 542 - That no interpreter shall share in any proceeds, bounties, or awards as aforesaid, except by the special permission of the Lord High Admiral, or our Commissioners for executing the office of Lord High Admiral for the time being.
Page 534 - If she shall receive any other Pension, Provision, or Allowance from the Government on account of her husband's services in a Naval or Military capacity ; but Widows in receipt of Pensions from the Civil List...
Page 540 - Daughters of fathers killed, drowned, or deceased, in Her Majesty's service, or while employed by Her Majesty on board a merchant-ship, or in action with an enemy, pirate, or rebel. (3.) Those whose fathers having served in the Royal Navy or Marines, are dead. (4.) Those whose fathers are serving and whose mothers are dead.
Page 551 - King's Most Excellent Majesty in Council. Whereas there was this day read at the Board a Memorial from the Right Honourable the Lords Commissioners of the Admiralty, dated the 10th day of October, 1929 (NP (2)1295/29), in the words following, vi/.
Page 555 - 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 Commodore or General Officer shall have the power of conferring the Decoration on the spot subject to confirmation by Us.
Page 554 - Gazette, and a registry thereof kept in the office of Our Secretary of State for War. Fourthly. It is ordained, that any one who, after having received the Cross, shall again perform an act of bravery, which, if he had not received such cross, would have entitled him to it, such further act shall be recorded by a Bar attached to the riband by which the Cross is suspended, and for every additional act of bravery an additional Bar may be added.
Page 472 - Officer shall be required. In special cases in which the circumstances may appear to Us to cull for exceptional consideration, it shall be sufficient that the disability shall have been contracted t
Page 556 - Medal,' and shall consist of a gold oval-shaped badge or decoration enamelled in dark blue, with a Monogram composed of the letters V. and A., interlaced with an Anchor erect in gold, surrounded with a Garter in bronze, inscribed in raised letters of gold * For Gallantry in Saving Life at Sea...