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THE ROYAL NAVY.
Lieutenant (T)George K. Courtis 15 Jan 10
(For command of ' Redwing.')
Eng. Com James F. A. Hastings 23 Feb 12
(For Portland Torpedo Range.)
George H. Jeffery 18 Aug 11
(For Torpedo Depot and Ranges.)
Eng. Lieut Edgar Groves 30 May 13
(For Torpedo Store.)
Ch. Gunner Walter G. Bishop 14 Aug 11
(For special survey duties.)
Frederick Roper 10 Nov 13
(For T. B. Destroyers.)
William T. Webley ... 1 Sept 13
(For command of ' Ranger.')
CE) Albert J. FranklandZO June 12
(For command of ' Spider.')
(T)John A. Daniels ... 3 Sept 13
(For command of ' Skylark.')
(T) William J. Bonsey 7 Jan 11
(For Torpedo Store, for Inspection
of Warheads.)
d)James Bishop 12 Nov 08
(for survey and inspection of lorpedo and
Electrical Stores, and for supervision of
repairs of W.T. instruments, etc.)
(T)Daniel J. O'Meara 14 Feb 10
(For duty with Superintendent of the
Torpedo Factory, Greenock.)
Gunner Thomas Jackman 31 Jan 14
(For Trials at Contractors' Works.)
William C. Hunt 7 Apr IS
(For T. B. Destroyers.)
(T)Walter H. Powell.. .30 Jan 13
(For T.B. Destroyers.)
New Books opened, 1st January, 1910.
Tenders.
' Bloodhound.' ' Redwing.' ■ Spider.'
'Niger.' 'Skylark. 'Vesuvius.'
' Ranger.' ' Sparrow.' ' Vindictive.'
Torpedo Boats and Torpedo Boat
Destroyers.
See page 2706
Attached Ships.
•Aetseon' (late 'Vernon'). 'Skylark.'
514 VESTAL. (Po.) Sloop.
980 Tons. I.H.P. 140 N.D.
Guns — 4-4 inch, 4-3 pr.
Portsmouth.
Tender to ' Excellent.'
CA - G S^}Cbarles Ansel. 19 Nov 12
Gunner Leonard W. Brock ...18 Sept 13
Ch.Artif. Eng. Edward .1. Nichols.. ..27 Aug 12
(Borne in 'Excellent.')
515 VESUVIUS. (Po.) Special
Torpedo Vessel.
245 Tons. I.H.P. 350 N.D.
Portsmouth .
Tender to ' Vernon.'
Commander Brien M. Money 31 Dec 12
Ch. Boatswain. ,.(T)Sbtt\ W. Burgess — Jan 13
(And for charge of Whitehead Stores.)
(Borne in ' Vernon.')
517 VICTOR. (Po.) Torpedo-Boat
Destroyer.
928 Tons. H. P. (22,500 F.D.)
Guns — 3-4 inch.
Completing by Messrs. Thornycroft § Co.,
Southampton.
Eng. Lieut George C.F.Simmons 1 Oct 13
(Borne in ' Victory.')
518 His Majesty's Yacht
VICTORIA & ALBERT. (Po.)
4,700 Tom. I.H.P. 11,000 N.D.
Guns — 2-6 pr. (bronze).
Portsmouth.
Captain Douglas U. L. Nicholson AdC
16 Dec 13
(Commodore 2nd Class in Command of His
Majesty's Yachts.)
Commander Arthur K. Macrorie.Mvo
-Aug 11
(N)George N. Tomlin, mvo
10 Feb 14
Lieutenant Percy L. H.Noble, mvo 5 Oct 11
(Commander 31 Aug 13)
Valentine F. Gibbs.... 8 Oct 12
William D. Phipps,
mvo 15 Oct 13
Herbert A. Forster ... 1 Mar 14
Eng. Com HoraceG.8ummerfordl7 Oct 12
Eng. Lieut (I)Rene C. Hugill 1 July 11
Stanley H. Sims 2 July 12
Cecil J. G. Mackenziel5 Oct 13
Fleet Surgeon ...Arthur R. Bankart,
cvo., MB., khp 20 May 01
Paym-in-Chief ..John H. G. Chappie, cb.. mvo
31 Aug 03
Assist. Paym. ...William G. Stainer ...22 July 09
Ch. Boatswain John J. Pomeroy — 09]
Ch. Carpenter... J ohn W. Sheldrake ...25 May 08
Gunner (T)James Wood 12 Aug 10
David R. Gordon 7 June 11
Keeper 8f Stew'd ) Samuel M. Hammond
of Royal Cabins f 22 June 11
New Books opened 1st October, 1906.
519 VICTORIOUS. (Dev.)
Battleship.
14,900 Tons. I.H.P. 10,000 N.D.
Guns— 4-12 inch, 12-6 inch, 16-12 pr.,
4-3 pr.
(12,000 F.D.)
Third Fleet.
Devonport.
Commander John M. D. E.Warren 21 Feb 12
Lieutenant Richard M. Hopkins 13 Mar 13
Eng. Com Cyril E. J. Hammond 29 July]2
Ch. Gunner William A. Hooper ... 9 Feb 14
Ch. Carpenter. .. William Metters 4 Feb 14
Artif. Eng William R. Coleman.. — May 13
Re- commissioned at Devonport on 2nd August, 1911.
(Borne in ' Majestic,')

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