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10 Jun 1800, in the Royal Hospital, at Haslar, Rr. John Forbes, a Master in the Navy, died. His last eulogy is in the affectionate esteem of his brother officers ; his praises, the esteem of his late Commanders, Sir R. Hughes, J Harvey, Admirals Mann and Ferguson. As a professional character, he stood distinguished in the sphere of his naval friends. He has been honoured by the solicitations of several to revise charts for publication, and much advantage has been derived from his judicious corrections, particularly the Chart of the British Channel.
2 Jan 1841 Acting Assistant Surgeon Dr. Thomson, and Acting Assistant Surgeon D. P. Whipple, appointed to Haslar Hospital 10 Apr 1841, Assistant-surgeon Dr. Charles Paget Blake, from Haslar Hospital, appointed to Cornwallis ; 17 Apr 1841, Assistant surgeon C. T. S. Kevern, appointed to Haslar Hospital; vice Blake, appointed to the Cornwallis ; 12 Jun 1841, Assistant-surgeon W. G. Gruggen, appointed to Haslar Hospital. 4 Sep 1841, Assistant Surgeon Dr. W. Dickson (acting), appointed to the Queen, for Haslar Hospital ; 4 Dec 1841, Captain John Carter (1810), appointed to be Superintendent of Haslar Hospital, vice Sir Edward Chetham Knight, K.C.H., at Haslar Hospital, and commences his official duties on Monday. 3 Mar 1859 Salary of the Agent and Steward of RNH Haslar raised to £450.
17 Nov 1863 Lunatics accommodated at Haslar Hospital to be transferred to Great Yarmouth Hospital. See Order in Council of this date appointing an Agent and Steward to Great Yarmouth Hospital.