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THE

NEW NAVY LIST

AND

GENERAL RECORD OF THE SERVICES OF OFFICERS

OP THB

ROYAL NAYY AND ROYAL MARINES.

CONDUCTED BY

JOSEPH ALLEN, Esq.. R.N.

OBEBNWIGH HOSPITAL.

A;- fr^ -X V-" -■,•■-/ ,^

LONDON:

PARKER, FURNIVALL, AND PARKER,

BflLITART LIBRABT, WHITEHALL.

MDCCCL.

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PRINTED BY W. H. COX,

6, ORBAT QUKKN BTRBKT, LIWCOLM't-IIIII-VIKLDft.

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CONTENTS OF THE NEW NAVY LIST,

JANUARY, 1850.

PAGB.

AbbreyiatioiiB . viii— 37i Admirals . . . . - « . 9

of the Fleet . . 9

Retired Rear ... 14

' '. by Seniority . . .14

Services ... 16

Admiralty 258

Agents, Crovemment Emigration . 265

Navy and Prize . . . 315

in Contract Steam Vessels 249

Aides-de-camp, Naval, to Her Majesty 205

Army, relative rank of Officers in

Navy and. .... 319

Blane*s Medal .... 164

Captains 33

Retired ... 15,30

Services ... 46

Chaplains 161

Civil Department of the Navy . 258

Clerks 180

Coast Guard 254

Commanders .... 71

Retired ' . . .81

Services ... 85

Deputy Inspectors of Hospitals . 165

Services. . 173

Dispensers of Hospitals . . .172

Dock Yards 261

Dress Regulations . . 327

Engineers, Memorandum respecting 324

Emigration Agents .... 265

Flag Officers 9

Services ... 16

in Commission . .213

Foreign Orders .... 207

Medals . . . .210

(ireenwich Hospital . . . 266

Half-pay of Ro^al Navy and Royal Mannes

Form of Declaration

317

320 Honorary Distinctions . . . 205

Hospitals. 264

Hydrojrraphical Office . Inspectors of Hospitals and Fleets . Services . . .

258 164 173 163 205 St. Michael and St. George 206

Instructors, Naval Knights of the Bath

Royal Hanoverian phi6 Order

Foreign Orders

Windsor

Guel-

Leave of Absence . Lieutenants .

Services

Flag

MARINES, ROYAL

' Services Masters .

Mates

Services Second

Services

Medals, Honorary

Foreign

Naval

Medical Officers, Regulations specting

^— Services

Establishments

Naval College .

Instructors

Medals

207 208 109 318 109 124 213

185 197 149 154 159 158 160 205 210 211

164 173 264 321 163 211

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C!ontent8.

PAGE.

Navy, relative rank of Officers in

Army and 319

OMtnaiy 335

Observatories .... 260

Packet Service . 249

Taj, Tables of .... 316

Paymasters and Pursers . .176

Services ... 181

Pay of, in different rates 31 8

Pensions, Good Service . 268

Greenwich Hospital Out . 268

for Wounds ... 269

to Widows ... 322

Physicians 164

Prize Money Advertised . 333

Order in Council res- pecting . . . 325

Agents 315

Quarantine Service . . . 265

Rank, relative 319

Revenue Vessels .... 252

Schoolmasters 163

PAGE.

Secretaries to Flag Officers . . 213

Ships of the Royal Navy, rating,

classes, and armaments . 212

Ships, Effective List of, with ton- nages, dates of building, &c. 213

Non-Effective, Hulks, &c. 250

Steam-Vessels, Mail ... 251

Surgeons and Assistant Surgeons . 165

Services 1 73

Transport Service .... 265

Trinity House, Elder Brethren of the 332

Victualling Yards . . 263

Widows, Pensions to . . . 322

Windsor, Naval Knights of . 109

Wounded Officers on Pension List 269

General Alphabetical Index, embracing evert commissioned Rank in the Rotal Navt and RoTAL Marine Forces . . 271

%* Gorrectionii and additions should be sent to the Editor or Publishers previously to the 20tb of

June, and the 20th of December.

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ADDRESS TO THE JANUARY EDITION,

1850.

It is now more than ten years since the New Nayt List was pub- lished by the late Commander, Chables Haultain, K.H., and its success, up to the present time, has amply justified the project of that gallant and lamented officer. The publication, in its altered form, having now entered upon its fourth year, it is due to the profession amongst which its support was looked for, to add, that the success has in no d^ree diminished. While admitting the above fact, therefore, the Editor and Publishers deem it right to return their thanks for the patronage so freely bestowed ; and to express a hope that the improve- ments introduced into each succeeding number will continue to earn for it the support of those to whose interests the work is so peculiarly addressed.

The grand object sought to be achieved by the New Navy List is the keeping before the world, in a condensed but intelligible shape, the more important points of service performed by each Officer, what- ever may be his rank. It must be taken for granted that common routine services have fallen more or less to the lot of all ; but to enter into their detail would be to defeat that part oi the plan of the work which embraces condensalicm. It is not contemplated by the exclusion of such services to underrate them, but when it is considered that already nearly one-third of each book is occupied by notices of war or sdenlific performances, it will be obvious that more space could not be accorded without rendering it so bulky and expensive, as to defeat the proposed and more desirable end of extensive circulation.

It is no longer a doubtful point that the New Navy List is con- sidered an important vehicle for the services of Officers ; but although every fiunlity and encouragement has been held out for Officers to communicate their peculiar claims upon this score, there are many who have not availed themselves of the opportunities afforded. It is therefore again suggested to those who have not taken this step, that such communications are at all times acceptable and available if sent to the Editor, or Publishers, on, or before, the 20th June, and 20th December in each year.

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ADDRESS TO THE EDITION, Published in February^ 1846.

The importance of the New Navy List and General Record OP Services to all Officers of the Royal Navy and Royal Marines, has been seriously considered by the Proprietors and Editor of the

f)resent Number. In completing, at a great sacrifice of capital and abour, the extensive alterations, which will be observable at a glance, due regard has been paid to the relative services of all Officers, and the whole arrangement so changed, that its superiority in point of informa- tion will, it is hoped, render the New Navy List a book of general circulation and reference.

Nothing can be further from the wish of the Proprietors than to detract from the merits of the late gallant Compiler, Commander Haultain, whose labours and sacrifices were but ill compensated by the sale of the work ; but, in admitting deficiencies, of which a remedy has been aimed at, they must be in a great measure laid to the charge of the want of business resources with which he had to contend. In this respect there will now be nothing wanting ; and it is the full intention of the Proprietors to render the New Navy List in every way worthy the full confidence and patronage of the Navy and Country at large.

The changes which have at present been effected may be here aUuded to. The Services of all Officers have been separated from the mass, and brought to follow the Seniority Lists of the respective ranks as closely as possible. The object of this has been to facilitate references. The Services have been thoroughly revised and reprinted in double columns, and all expletive terms of commendation or otherwise struck out. Thus an Officer will no longer have to read the services of a brother Officer recounted in a more laboured strain than his own, which intrinsically, perhaps, were of greater merit than those so described. The propriety of this will, it is hoped, meet with general concurrence, and by Uius removing superfluous type, an extended record of actual service is rendered easy. In a word, it is the wish to condense as much real service as possible into a small and intelligible compass, without giving undue consequence to any.

The New Navy List will also, for the future, give by far the most complete record of the Services of that distinguished corps, the Royal Marines, in a condensed form, to be found in any publication. This new feature will, it is hoped, have the effect of making it a work essential and acceptable to all in any way connected witii the Navy.

The List of tiie Navy has also undergone a thorough revision* Beneath the name of each Ship on the Effective List will be found the place and date of launching, the tonnage, and name of constructor or constructors information not to be found in a complete shape in any other publication extant. The unserviceable and harbour service Ships have been removed to a separate list.

The exclusion of the " date of passing" column, heretofore given in the Seniority Lists of Captains, Commanders, and Lieutenants, demands some explanation. The extremely partial, and occasionally

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Address to the February Edition. vii

inaccurate, way in which the information was given, rendered it parti- cularly objectionable ; and the evident disinclination on the part of CMficers of long standing generally to communicate the information, added to the impracticability of procuring it from an official source, decided the point of removing the column entirely. If, however, at any future period, the dates of passing can be given in every case, it will be more valuable and far less invidious than it was previously.

But the most important new feature is that of the General Alpha- betical Index of all Officers in the Royal Navy and Royal Marines, which has been compiled with great labour, and upon the accuracy of which the character of the work may be safely staked.

The Honorary Marks before the names of titled Officers will soon become familiar to the eye, and it is presumed they will be preferred to the letters heretofore used.

The Initial Letters at present refer only to the services of Officers in Lord Howe's great battle of the 1st June, 1794; Sir John Jervis's victory off Cape St. Vincent, 14th February, 1797 ; Admiral Duncan's defeat of the Dutch fleet off Camperdown, lllh Oct., 1797 ; Nelson's achievements at the Nile, 1st Aug., 1798 ; at Copenhagen, 2nd April, 1801 ; and at Trafalgar, 21st Oct, 1805 ; togellier with the expedition to Egypt, 1801 ; Sir Richard Strachan's action off Ferrbl, 4th Nov., 1805 ; and the defeat of the French squadron off St. Domingo by Admiral Sir John Duckworth, 6th February, 1806. By this selection it is not meant to cast other services into the shade, and it will be a subject for consideration what other triumphs of the British Navy shall be equally distinguished. Those selected will, without doubt, ever rank foremost in the pa^es of Naval History ; and as the Captains who participated in au (except that of Copenhagen) were honoured with gold medals, there was good reason for commencing with those brilliant victories. The Battle off Lissa ; bombardment of Algiers ; destruction of the Turkish fleet at Navarin ; and the overthrow of St. Jean D'Acre, were each and all alike honourable to British prowess, and will also come under consideration for distinction.

Although thus much has been done, attempts at further improve- ment will not be wanting, and it will afford pleasure to the Proprietors and B(Utor to receive corrections or available additions to the services as they are now given. In particular, those services of a scientific character are here alluded to, which Officers are requested to furnish in order to render this peculiar province more complete.

It will, however, be obvious that the great expenses connected with the publication of a work like the New Navy List cannot be per- severed in without an increase to the number of Subscribers ; and those whose ¥rish it is to maintain a work of such value to all who have claims which require to be kept before those in authority, will, it is hoped, use their best endeavours to increase the sale. They will thereby also enable the Proprietors to publish the work at the lowest price which will afford a due return for the capital embarked, and the vigilance and labour which must be incessantly employed in the collection of new materials^ and the preservation of accuracy.

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EXPLANATION OP HONORARY MARKS AND DISTINCTIONS.

41— Knight Grand Crofls of the Order of the Bath. ]K-*Knight Commander of the Order of the Bath. ^ Companion of the Order of the Bath. G.C.M.G.— Grand Cross of the Order of St. Michael and St. George. K.C.M.G.— Knight Commander of the Order of St. Michael and St. George. •4^— Knight Grand Cross of the Royal Hanoverian Guelphic Order. g( Knight Commander of ditto.

i{«— Knight of ditto ditto,

m— Before the name denotes that the officer has received a gold medaL ®— Medal for services in China. @^— Before the name denotes that the Officer has received the Silver

'* Naval Medal/' the number of Clasps attached to each Medal are

denoted by small numerals. 3bm ^Medical Officers who have received Sir Gilbert Blane's Gold Medal. ® Officers who served in (he fleet under Lord Nelson at Copenhagen,

2d April, 1801. ©—Officers who served in Admiral Duncan's fleet at the defeat of the

Dutch fleet off Camperdown, 11th October, 1797. ® Officers who served in the expedition to Egypt in 1801. ® Officers serving in Sir Richard Strachan's squadron in the action off

Ferrol, Nov. 4, 1805. (g)— Officers who served in Lord Howe's fleet in the actions of May, and

Ist June, 1794. ®— Officers who served under Sir Horatio Nelson at the defeat of the

French fleet at the Nile, 1st August, 1798. (§)— Officers who served in Sir John T. Duckworth's squadron at the

defeat of the French squadron off St Domingo, Feb. 6, 1806. ©—Officers who served under Lord Nelson at Trafalgar, 21st Oct, 1805. ® Officers who served in Sir John Jervis's fleet at the defeat of the

Spanish fleet off Cape St Vincent, 14th Feb., 1797.

V9t Officers who have an Honorary Reward from the Patriotic Fund. 99— Ditto Pecuniary. 9ini^ ^Ditto both Honorary and Pecuniary.

V— Attached to names and services of Flag Officers or Captains, denotes that the Officer is retired under Her Majesty's Order in Council, 1846.

An asteriek is prefixed to the names of Officers for each Foreign Order they are entitled to wear.

For an explanation of the abbreviations, letters, and figures nsed in the Qeneral Alphabetical Index, see page 971.

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THE

NEW NAVY LIST.

COMMISSIONERS FOR EXECUTING THE OFFICE OF LORD

HIGH ADMIRAL.

RiOHT Honorable Sir Francis Thornhill Baring, Bart., M.P.

Rear-Admiral^ Jambs Whitlet Deans Dundas, M.P.

Rear- Admiral ^Maurice Fred. Fitzhardinge Berkeley, M.P.

Captain ^*Rioht Honorable Lord John John Hat, M.P.

Captain Alexander Milne.

Honorable William Francis Cowper, M.P.

First Secretary.-— Jons Parker, Esq., M.P, Second Secretary. Captain William A. B. Hamilton, B.N.

FLAG OFFICERS,

WITH THE DATES OF THEIR SEVERAL COMMISSIONS.

ADMIRALS.

Admiral op the Fleet. Adnural

Half-pay, £1140 I5s. per annum.

©'O^iVThomas Byam Martin'(b)

130ct49 22July30l2Augl9

Vice Adm . of the United Kingdom. Sal. 494/. 1«. 9d,

Admirai.8 op the Red.

Hfdf-paj £790 lOt. per annum.

®*®0^^ ^on. Sir G. Cock- burn»(c) 10Jan37 r2Augl9

MiO. Geo. of Marines. Sal. 060i. R<>vAdm.of the United Kingdom. SaI.84SZ. 9t,

®'®®#»*'*«0'Sf«V Edw. Cod-

rington, G.C.M.G."(d) do. 19Jiily21

©'Frederick Watkins" 12Nov40

:^' Thomas Le Marchant 6o88e-

lin'* 23Nov41 27May25

(g Sir Charles Ogle, 5/." do. 22July30

Robert Dudley Oliver*' do. do,

TJ^'mO /Ton. Av John Talbot" .. do. do.

m' John Giffard** . . . , do. do.

iti^S^iSLSir John West « do. do.

^•Joseph Bullen** do. 12Nov40

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(d) Grand Oroti of St. Louis ; St. George of Rusda, 2nd Class; Gold Grose of Redeemer of Greece ; Fellow of the Royal Society.

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Admirals op thr White.

Viee Adm. Rear Adm.

@^@ John Cochet" 23Nov41 22July30 28Aug 19

WmSir Charles Ekins** (b) . . . . do. J,^ do. do-

@«® Henry Richard Glynn* .... 9Nov4610Jan3719July21 ®'»*m«5^trEd.Hamilton,5t.*(c) do. do. do.

@'®*-Sir William Hall Gage« do.

Com. in Chief, Devooport.

®Wr Henry Heathcote, A:^» .. do. @^©)S5'fr Graham Eden

Himond, B/.«(d) 22Jan47

@«®®Hugh Downman" 24ApT47

@*®® *«on. Sir Thomas Bladen

Capel" 28Apr47

Com. in Chief, Portsmouth.

®' ^Rt, Hon. James Marquis of

Thomond* 24Dec49

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George Barker^ 27Dec47i l2Nov 40

©'©S-SffV Charles Adam«(e) .. 8Jan48 I0Jan3727May25

Governor of Greenwich Hospital.

.Sir Thomas Livingstone, fi/.«(g) 1 June48 28June38 22July30

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Vice-Admiral8 op the Red.

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©♦James Carthew" 23Nov41

®Sir Thomas Briggs, G.C. M.G.» do.

@«pi^0/?t. Han. THos. Earl of Dundonald** do.

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@'®0Sir William Parker, Bt.'^ (k) do.

Com. -in-Chief, Mediterranean.

©'©George M'Kinley»T do.

®i§ Richard Curry** 9Nov46

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Sir Charles Malcolm, Kt.^ 28Apr47 10Jan37

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iSvJ^Sir Hugh Pigot*' 6Aug47 10 Jan37

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@'»»Francis Temple" 2lDec47 17Aug40

Henry Gordon" 27Dec47 do.

@»yg)®*igj^(m. Fred. William Aylmer«*(e) 3Jan48 iOJan37 15—60

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Flag Officers, with the Dates of their several Commissions.

REAR-ADMIRALS.

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&®®m't^Sir James Alexander Gordon** 10 Jan37 16May05

Lieut. Gov. Oraeuwlch Ho«pitol.

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