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"Naval Administration", by Sir Vesey Hamilton, G.C.B. (1896)



 Title page
 Preface
 Contents
 Illustrations
PART I.
THE SYSTEM
I.How the System has grown
II.The Development of Administrative means
III.The Admiralty Patent and the Responsibility of the First Lord
IV.The Existing Organization
PART II.
THE MACHINERY OF NAVAL ADMINISTRATION.
I.The Department of the Permanent Secretary
II.The Controller's Department - The Director of Naval Construction and the Engineer-in-Chief
III.The Controller's Department, continued - The Provision of Naval Armaments - The Director of Naval Ordnance, and the Assistant-Director of Torpedoes
IV.The Controller's Department, concluded - The Director of Dockyards, the Director of Stores, and the Inspector of Dockyard Expense Accounts
V.The Admiral Superintendent of Naval Reserves - The Deputy Adjutant-General of Royal Marines - The Medical Director-General - The Chaplain of the Fleet
VI.The Director of Victualling
VII.The Accountant-General of the Navy
VIII.The Director of Navy Contracts
IX.The Director of Naval Intelligence - The Hydrographer of the Navy - The Director of Transports - The Director of Architectural and Engineering Works - The Director of Greenwich Hospital
PART III.
THE WORKING OF THE ADMIRALTY MACHINE.
I.General Considerations and Official Procedure
II.The Navy Estimates and the Shipbuilding Programme
III.The Spending of the Money
APPENDIX
I.Admiralty Buildings
II.The Orders in Council
III.The Navy Estimates
IV.Bibliography

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