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The Queens Regulations and the Admiralty Instructions - 1861



Title page
Contents
Preface
Construction of Words
CLASSES and DENOMINATIONS of Her Majesty's ShipsI
ARMAMENT and COMPLEMENTS of Her Majesty's ShipsII
CEREMONIES and DISTINCTIONS
Section i. Royal Salutes and Flags
Section ii. Diplomatic Salutes
Section iii. Salutes to Military Authorities
Section iv. Salutes to Officers
Section v. Salutes to Governors &c.
Section vi. Salutes in India.
Section vii. Salutes to Foreigners not of Royal Families
Section viii. Salutes in general
Section ix. Distinguishing Flags
Section x. Distinguishing Pendants
Section xi. Colours - Navy
Section xii. Colours - not Navy
Section xiii. Military Honours
Section xiv. "The Victoria Cross"
Section xv. Foreign Orders and Medals
Section xvi. Uniform
III
RANK and COMMAND
Section i. Officers in general
Section ii. Flag Officers, Captains of the Fleet, and Commodores
Section iii. Captains and Commanders
Section iv. Masters of the Fleet
Section v. Lieutenants and other Officers of the Military Branch
Section vi. Officers of the Civil Branch
Section vii. Ship's Company
IV
RELATIVE RANK of the OFFICERS of the NAVY and ARMYV
APPOINTMENT of OFFICERS, &c.
Section i. Officers in general
Section ii. Military Branch
Section iii. Civil Branch
Section iv. Ship's Company
VI
QUALIFICATIONS required of the OFFICERS
Section i. Military Branch
Section ii. Civil Branch
Section iii. Officers in general
VII
EXAMINATION of OFFICERS
Section i. General
Section ii. Military Branch
Section iii. Civil Branch
VIII
ENTRY, RATING, and INSTRUCTION of MEN and BOYSIX
GUNNERY OFFICERS and SEAMEN GUNNERSX
COURTS-MARTIALXI
DISCIPLINEXII
POLICEXIII
LEAVE of ABSENCEXIV
HER MAJESTY'S LAND FORCES
Section i. When embarked to serve as Marines
Section ii. When embarked for passage
XV
ROYAL MARINES
Section i. General Instructions
Section ii. Rewards and Distinctions to Non-Commissioned Officers and Privates
Section iii. Pensions to Non-Commissioned Officers and Privates
XVI
ROYAL MARINE CADETSXVII
PRIZES and PRISONERSXVIII
NAVIGATION and PILOTAGEXIX
SHIPS FITTED with STEAM MACHINERYXX
TROOPSHIPSXXI
CONVOYSXXII
QUARANTINE REGULATIONSXXIII
SALVAGEXXIV
PROVISIONSXXV
FULL-PAY and ALLOWANCESXXVI
SPECIAL DEDUCTIONS from PAY and ALLOWANCESXXVII
EXTRA PAYXXVIII
ALLOWANCES for Loss of CLOTHING, INSTRUMENTS, &c.XXIX
PASSAGE ALLOWANCESXXX
PASSAGES in CONTRACT and MERCHANT VESSELSXXXI
TRAVELLING EXPENSES, &c., of OFFICERS and OTHERS on the HOME STATIONSXXXII
PENSIONS and GRATUITIES to OFFICERS, SEAMEN, and others belonging to the NAVY, and to OFFICERS of the ROYAL MARINE CORPS
Section i. Pensions
Section ii. Gratuities
XXXIII
PENSIONS to WIDOWS, and COMPASSIONATE ALLOWANCES to CHILDRENXXXIV
BOOKS, ACCOUNTS, and CORRESPONDENCEXXXV
ACCOUNTS, &c. of STORES and PROVISIONSXXXVI
HOSPITALS and SICK QUARTERSXXXVII
SURVEYSXXXVIII
PAYING-OFFXXXIX
MILITARY BRANCH - Instructions for
OFFICERS in generalXL
COMMANDERS-IN-CHIEF
Section i. General Service
Section ii. Civil Establishment
Section iii. Home Ports
XLI
FLAG OFFICERS not COMMANDING-IN-CHIEFXLII
CAPTAINS of the FLEETXLIII
CAPTAINS (GENERAL SERVICE)XLIV
LIEUTENANTSXLV
MASTERSXLVI
SUB-LIEUTENANTSXLVII
GUNNERSXLVIII
BOATSWAINSXLIX
CARPENTERSL
CIVIL BRANCH - Instructions for
CHAPLAINSLI
MEDICAL OFFICERS
Section i. Inspectors-General and Deputy Inspectors-General
Section ii. Staff Surgeon and Surgeon
Section iii. Assistant and Acting Assistant-Surgeon
LII
PAYMASTERSLIII
ENGINEER OFFICERS
Section i. Inspector of Machinery Afloat
Section ii Chief Engineer
Section iii. Engineer and Assistant Engineer
LIV
NAVAL INSTRUCTORSLV
APPENDIX
INDEX

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