|Accounting for Charts, Books and Papers Issued from the Hydrographical Department|
Admiralty, 6 Dec 1832.
Circular No. 86,
The charts, books and papers issued from the Hydrographical Department of this office, being seldom transferred from one officer to another, or returned into store, without considerable deficiencies, the Lords Commissioners of the Admiralty hereby give notice, that, in future, a receipt, to be signed by the Hydrographer, stating that the said charts, books and papers have been returned in good condition, or have been satisfactorily accounted for, will be required to be produced by the Commanding Officer of each of His Majesty's ships and vessels on passing his accounts.
By command of their Lordships,
Addressed to all Captains, Commanders, and Commanding Officers of His Majesty's Ships and Vessels.
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