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THE ROYAL NAVY.
371
381 POMONE. (Dev.) Late
Light Cruiser.
2,135 Tons. I.H.P. 1,400 N.D.
Dartmouth..
Captain „
(Command of R.N. College, Dartmouth.)
Lieut. (Ret.) John E. Roebuck — Aug 14
The following Officers are borne as additional : —
For Royal Naval College, Dart-
mouth :—
Lieut. (Ret.) Benjamin Titheridge 2 Aug 14
Eng. Com George N. Leslie 1 June 14
Fleet Surg Joseph A. Moon 1 July 13
(And for Sick Quarters.)
Surgeon William H . King 19 Mar 13
Ch. Carpenter ...Walter J. Ward 20 Dec 12
Far Instructional Staff, see page 559.
Commissioned at Dartmouth, 5th January, 1910.
Tender.
'Roebuck.'
382 PORCUPINE. (Ch.) Torpedo-
Boat Destroyer.
320 Tons. I.H.P. (3,900 F.D.)
Guns — 1-12 ^>'., 5-6 pr.
L% mlnd C ° m |- Cuthbert p - Blake 1S Jan u
Sub-Lieut Douglas J. Gavin (act)
29 July 14
Ch. Artif. Kng. George A. Thomas ...26 July 14
Gunner Walter C. Hadley .... — Aug 14
(Borne in ' Actceon.')
383 PORPOISE. (Po.) Torpedo-
Boat Destroyer
928 Tons. H.P. (22,500 F.D.)
Guns — 3-4 inch.
Lieut.-Com Hugh D. Colville 24 Jan 14
Lieutenant Frank A. Rothera 17 Jan 14
Eng. Lieut. -Com. George J. Hamilton... 1 Aug 12
Sub-Lieut GeoffreyH.V.Bayfield28 Jan 14
Gunner ....(T)John W. Hammond
(act) 29 Jan 14
(Borne in ' Hecla.')
384 POWERFUL. (Dev.)
This Establishment consists of three ships.
POWERFUL I. Cruiser.
14,200 Tons. I.H.P. 25,000 N.D.
POWERFUL II. (late Andromeda).
Cruiser.
11,000 Tom. I.H.P. 16,500 N.D.
POWERFUL III. (late < Ganges,' late
' Caroline ') (late Light Cruiser.)
Devonport.
Bogs' Training Establishment.
Captain Herbert J. Savill 1 July 13
Commander Basil G. Washington 31 Dec 13
Lieut.-l om George W. Taslor 14 Aug 12
Lieutenant(Ret. )Malcolm A. Kennara 1 Aug 14
Guy Blatherwick 1 Aug 14
Thomas Owens — Aug 14
Arthur Hart — Aug 14
George Frew — Aug 14
Chaplain Bew.Arthur D.Gilbertson.BA.
14 July 13
Staff Surgeon ....John Boyan 5 Oct 12
John H. McDowallMB28 Oct. 13
Robert Fasson 1 Aug 14
Fleet Paym William H. Campion26 Aug 13
Paymaster Frederick D'O.Nind... 28 Feb 14
(For Victualling Duties.)
Naval Inst Herbert H.Barton, b a 1 Sept 13
Surgeon Charles D. Bell, MB ... 4 Nov 12
Asst.Paym William E. G. Burten-
shaw 10 Aug 14
Rupert D. Atkins 27 Sept 13
Ch. Gunner John C. Edwards ...... —
Frank Teague —
Ch. Boatswain . George F. Vosper 23 Jan 14
(For Instructional Duties.)
Ch. Carpenter. ..James B. Wannell ...10 May 13
Ch.Sckoolmaster James A. H. Prideaux 7 Oct 13
Gunner Reginald C. Ide — July 14
Boatswain William J. H. Rees ...23 Sept 13
Artif. Eng Edward Thomas 16 Jan 13
Hd.SchoolmasterFrederick A. James ... 1 Sept 13
The following Officers are borne as additional : —
Civilian Dental \ David Paterson, Esq. — Nov 13
Surgeon } G. Cotterell, Esq — Dec 13
(And for general duty with Training Service.)
Commissioned at Devonport on 23rd September,
1913, as an independent command.
385 PRESIDENT. (Ch.) (late
' Buzzard,' late Sloop).
For miscellaneous duties under the Admiral Com-
manding Coast Guard and Reserves, and as
Drill Ship of the Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve.
London Division.
1,140 Tons.
Temple Pier, London.
(The postal address of the Commanding Officer
is Royal Victoria Yard, Deptford.)
Captain George M. Keane 1 May 14
(Lent Admiralty for Special Service.)
(And as Naval Member of the Admiralty
Volunteer Committee, and for duty on Staff of
Admiral Commanding Coast Guard and
Reserves.)
Pay ro.-t'n- Chief Charles Roach-Smith 10 Nov 13
ASS R.N P R Vm ' Edward B.Graves ...- Aug 14
Gunner (retired) James E. Macey 24 Nov 10

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