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Tables of the full pay and wages of the Royal Navy and of the Royal Marines when embarked, under Order in Council of 22nd February 1870

Officers who have elected former Regulations, and old rates of Full Pay, are referred to former Navy Lists and Admiralty Instructions.

RANK Year 365 of Days One Day
  s d s d
Admiral of the Fleet 2,190 0 0 6 0 0
Admiral 1,825 0 0 5 0 0
Vice-Admiral 1,460 0 0 4 0 0
Rear-admiral 1,095 0 0 3 0 0
Commodore of the First Class 1,095 0 0 3 0 0
Table Money to all the above while they are Commanders-in-chief on Foreign Stations or at Portsmouth, and their flags are flying within the limits of their Stations 1,642 10 0 4 10 0
Table Money while they are Commanders-in-Chief on home Stations except Portsmouth, and their flags are flying within the limits of their Stations 1,095 0 0 3 0 0
Table Money when in charge of a separate Station or Squadron, and not serving under the orders of a Senior Officer 1,095 0 0 3 0 0
Table Money when serving under the orders of a Senior Officer Abroad 730 0 0 2 0 0
Table Money when serving under the orders of a Senior Officer at home 547 10 0 1 10 0
Table Money to a Flag Officer or Commodore of the First Class, superintending a Dockyard Abroad 730 0 0 2 0 0
Table Money to a Flag Officer or Commodore of the First Class, superintending a Dockyard at Home 547 10 0 1 10 0
Table Money to a Commodore of the Second Class, in addition to his Full Pay and Command Money as Captain and allowance as Commodore Abroad 365 0 0 1 0 0
Table Money to a Commodore of the Second Class, in addition to his Full Pay and Command Money as Captain and allowance as Commodore at Rome 182 10 0 0 10 0
Commuted Allowance to the following Commanders-in-Chief and Admiral Superintendents, in lieu of Retinue of Servants:-            
Commander-in-Chief, Portsmouth 500 0 0      
Commander-in-Chief, Devonport 500 0 0      
Commander-in-Chief, Sheerness 400 0 0      
Senior Officer, Queenstown 250 0 0      
NOTE: - Table Money is in every case payable only- while Flag or Broad Pendant is flying within the limits of Station, except in the cases of Commanders-in-Chief at home and Admirals Superintendent of Dockyards at home, and the Flag and other Officers being Senior or Second in command of the Channel Squadron ; and the Flag or other Officers commanding the Detached or other Squadrons occasionally employed on the Home Station who are to be allowed halt the amount of their Table Money during short leave of absence when granted by the Admiralty, not exceeding six weeks in the year (Orders in Council, dated 5th 1870 and 17th March 1875)
Admiral Superintendent, Portsmouth 200 0 0      
Admiral Superintendent, Devonport 200 0 0      
Allowance to Commodore If in command of a Station or of the Second Class, in Squadron, and not under the addition to his Table orders of a Superior Officer, if so Money and his Pay and ordered by the Admiralty 365 0 0 1 0 0
Command Money as Under other circumstances than Captain the above 182 10 0 0 10 0
Captain of the Fleet (not allowed Table Money) 1,095 0 0 3 0 0
Captain of Her Majesty's Ship Excellent, including Pay and Command Money 850 0 0      
Captain of Her Majesty's Ship Britannia, the Steam Reserve Ships at Portsmouth, Sheerness, and Devonport, and the Royal Yacht, including Pay and Command Money 750 0 0      
When any of the first 50 Captains are in command of the Britannia, Steam Reserve Ships, or the Royal Yacht, they are to receive 1st Class Pay and Command Money, viz, : 821 5 0 2 5 0
Captains: To the first 50 602 5 0 1 13 0
Captains: To the next 50 501 17 6 1 7 6
Captains: To the remainder 410 12 6 1 2 6
Scale of Command Money to Captains, in addition to Pay, excepting Captains paid at special rates. Provided that a separate table is kept. In Sea-going rated Ships and Frigates, with complements of not less than 400 men, and in such Ships as the Admiralty may declare at the time of their being launched to be of the First Class for this purpose 328 10 0 0 18 0
Scale of Command Money to Captains, in addition to Pay, excepting Captains paid at special rates. Provided that a separate table is kept. In Sea-going Ships other than the above, including Coast Guard, Indian, and other Troop Ships 191 12 6 0 10 6
Scale of Command Money to Captains, in addition to Pay, excepting Captains paid at special rates. Provided that a separate table is kept. In Harbour Ships, being rated Ships or Frigates, with complements meats of not less than 400 men, or such ships as the Admiralty may have declared to be of the First Class for this purpose 219 0 0 0 12 0
Scale of Command Money to Captains, in addition to Pay, excepting Captains paid at special rates. Provided that a separate table is kept. In Harbour Ships, other than the above 127 15 0 0 7 0
Scale of Command Money to Captains, in addition to Pay, excepting Captains paid at special rates. Provided that a separate table is kept. Receiving Ships Abroad (except Gibraltar) 191 12 6 0 10 6
Scale of Command Money to Captains, in addition to Pay, excepting Captains paid at special rates. Provided that a separate table is kept. Captains of Cambridge and Impregnable, and all Flag Captains 219 0 0 0 12 0
All other Captains of Ships not keeping a separate Table, and Captains borne for Full Pay and employed on Special Service, but not in command of Ships, to receive the Pay of their Class, and an allowance of 5s a day            
Commuted Allowance to the following Captain- Superintendents in lieu of Servants            
Captain-Superintendent, Sheerness 125 0 0      
Captain-Superintendent, Chatham 125 0 0      
Captain-Superintendent, Pembroke 125 0 0      
NOTE-The Command Money to Captains of Flag Ships is intended to cover the expense incurred by them when the Flag is temporarily struck
* Captains of Troop Ships are exempt from the restriction as to keeping a separate Table
Commanders 365 0 0 1 0 0
Scale of Command Money to Commanders in addition to Pay:- When in command of Sea-going Ships or Tenders 68 8 9 0 3 9
When in command of Harbour or Coast Guard Ships or their Tenders 45 12 6 0 2 6
Commanders borne for Full Pay and employed in the Coast Guard on shore, Packet Service, Transport Service, and Surveying Service, are not entitled to Command Money ; but when employed on other Special Service, to receive, in addition to Full Pay, Command Money, according to the Scale for Harbour Ships, viz: 45 12 6 0 2 6
Lieutenant, in independent command of any Ship or Vessel or in command of any Tender to a Sea-going Ship 200 15 0 0 11 0
Command Money to Lieutenant, in independent command of any Ship or Vessel or in command of any Tender to a Sea-going Ship 68 8 9 0 3 9
Lieutenant, in command of any Tender to a Harbour or Coast Guard Ship 200 15 0 0 11 0
Command Money to Lieutenant, in command of any Tender to a Harbour or Coast Guard Ship 45 12 6 0 2 6
Senior Lieutenant of a Rated Ship or a Troop Ship, not allowed a Commander 182 10 0 0 10 0
Allowance to Senior Lieutenant of a Rated Ship or a Troop Ship, not allowed a Commander, in addition to Full Pay 45 12 6 0 2 6
Senior Lieutenant of a Rated Ship, allowed a Commander 182 10 0 0 10 0
Allowance to Senior Lieutenant of a Rated Ship, allowed a Commander in addition to Full pay 27 7 6 0 1 6
Senior Lieutenant of a Ship commanded by a Commander 182 10 0 0 10 0
Allowance to Senior Lieutenant of a Ship commanded by a Commander, in addition to Full Pay 27 7 6 0 1 6
Gunnery Lieutenants 182 10 0 0 10 0
Class Allowance to Gunnery Lieutenants in addition to Full Pay,if qualified 63 17 6 0 3 6
1st under Regulations in Circular No 80, of December 2nd Class 45 12 6 - 2 6
1874, whilst performing Gunnery Duties :3rd Class 27 7 6 0 1 6
A Lieutenant, appointed to a ship for Gunnery duties, on attaining the position of Senior Lieutenant of the same ship,-provided he combines both duties, and until another Lieutenant is appointed for, and commences, Gunnery duties, will be entitled to Gunnery Allowance according to his Class in Gunnery, in addition to his Allowance as Senior Lieutenant
A Gunnery Lieutenant, not specially appointed for Gunnery duties to the ship in which he is serving, will, on attaining the position of Senior Lieutenant of the same ship, provided, 1st, that he performs Gunnery duties in addition to his other duties ; 2ndly, that the ship is allowed a Gunnery Lieutenant; and 3rdly, that no other Lieutenant is borne for Gunnery duties, be entitled to the Gunnery Allowance according to his Class in Gunnery, in addition to his Allowance as Senior Lieutenant
Torpedo Lieutenants - - - - - -
Allowance in addition to Full Pay if qualified under Circular No 30, of 25 February 1879 - 1st Class 63 17 6 0 3 6
Allowance in addition to Full Pay if qualified under Circular No 30, of 25 February 1879 - 2nd Class 45 12 6 0 2 6
Lieutenants when appointed for Navigating duties, if duly qualified, in addition to their Full Pay:-            
Under 5 years' standing 45 12 6 0 2 6
Over 5 years' standing 54 15 0 0 3 0
Lieutenants appointed as above who have passed for 1st Class Ships 73 0 0 0 4 0
Lieutenants employed as Transport Agents, including allowances for Servant 285 18 4 0 15 8
Lieutenants other than those above described 182 10 0 0 10 0
Sub-Lieutenant * 91 5 0 0 5 0
Allowance in addition to Pay when appointed for Navigating duties, if duly qualified 45 12 6 0 2 6
Midshipman * 31 18 9 0 1 9
Naval Cadet * 18 5 0 0 1 0
* Acting Sub-Lieutenants, Midshipmen, and Naval Cadets, are subject to a deduction at the rate of 5 per annum from their Full Pay when receiving instruction from a Naval Instructor, Staff Commander, Navigating Lieutenant, or Navigating Sub-Lieutenant (vide Article 9, page 215 of Queen's Regulations), to be abated from their pay by quarterly instalments of 1 5s. each.

FULL PAY-NAVIGATING OFFICERS AND OTHER BRANCHES

(Officers who have elected former Regulations, and old rates of Pay, are referred to former Navy Lists and Admiralty Instructions)

*Staff Captain 401 10 0 1 2 0
* Staff Commander, * Navigating Lieut, Chaplain, Naval Instructor - Under 5 years' service 219 0 0 0 12 0
* Staff Commander, * Navigating Lieut, Chaplain, Naval Instructor - Under 8 years' service 237 5 0 0 13 0
* Staff Commander, * Navigating Lieut, Chaplain, Naval Instructor - Under 11 years' service 255 10 0 0 14 0
* Staff Commander, * Navigating Lieut, Chaplain, Naval Instructor - Under 14 years' service 273 15 0 0 15 0
* Staff Commander, * Navigating Lieut, Chaplain, Naval Instructor - Under 17 years' service 292 0 0 0 16 0
* Staff Commander, * Navigating Lieut, Chaplain, Naval Instructor - Under 20 years' service 310 5 0 0 17 0
* Staff Commander, * Navigating Lieut, Chaplain, Naval Instructor - Above 20 328 10 0 0 18 0
* Staff Commander, * Navigating Lieut, Chaplain, Naval Instructor - and for each additional year of service 1s. a day more until the maximum is reached, namely 401 10 0 1 2 0
Chief Inspector of Machinery 584 0 0 1 12 0
Inspector of Machinery 511 0 0 1 8 0
The three Officers holding the appointments of Inspectors of Machinery in the Steam Reserves (whether they be Chief Inspectors or Inspectors of Machinery to receive in addition 54 15 0 0 3 0
* No Navigating Officer to be entitled to the rates of pay exceeding 15s a day, unless he shall have qualified for first-class ships under such Regulations as maybe prescribed
Including Junior Service allowed to Navigating officers
Chief Engineer            
Under 5 years' service (including Junior Service allowed) 237 5 0 0 13 0
Under 8 years' service (including Junior Service allowed) 255 10 0 0 14 0
Under 11 years' service (including Junior Service allowed) 273 15 0 0 15 0
Under 14 years' service (including Junior Service allowed) 292 0 0 0 16 0
Under 17 years' service (including Junior Service allowed) 310 5 0 0 17 0
Under 20 years' service (including Junior Service allowed) 328 10 0 0 18 0
Above 29 years' service (including Junior Service allowed) 346 15 0 0 19 0
And for each additional year of service is a day more until the maximum, l 2s. is reached - Under Order in Council, 30 April 1877            
Chief Engineers to be allowed to count all confirmed Junior Service from the age a of 20 for full pay according to the Scale given in Her Majesty's Order in Council of 22nd February, 1870            
Staff Captain, allowance in addition to his Full Pay 109 10 0 0 6 0
Staff Commanders and Navigating Lieutenants, employed as Transport Agent, including allowance for Servant 285 18 4 0 15 8
Staff Captains, Staff Commanders, and Navigating Lieutenants, when in Command of any of H.M. Ships, to receive the same rate of Command Money as Commanders and Lieutenants            
Allowance to the Navigating Officer in the larger Ironclad Ships, viz, those in which a Commander is borne, and to the Navigating Officer of the 1st Reserve Ships (Coast Guard) only when the ships may be absent from their Ports during the usual period of the Annual Cruize, or for Target Practice (OC, 24th March 1878) 45 12 6 0 2 6
Staff Commanders, Navigating Lieutenants, and Chief Engineers of Flag Ships, except those at Home ports, are allowed, in consideration of their additional duties and responsibilities, an extra, sum, varying from 2s 6d a day to 5s a day, at their Lordships' discretion, according to the peculiar circumstances of each case (not payable when Flag is only temporarily borne in a ship)            
Store Allowance, when in charge, 1st, 2nd, and 3rd Rates 73 0 0 0 4 0
Store Allowance, when in charge, 4th, 5th, and 8th Rates 48 13 4 0 2 8
Store Allowance, when in charge, Sloops, &c 38 0 5 0 2 1
The maximum allowance to Staff Commanders and Nav. Lieuts. for charge of stores when on board Stationary Ships is to be limited to 30 a year, and this rate (or at their Lordships' discretion any smaller rate) is to be granted either to them or any other Commissioned Officer when placed in charge in the absence of the Navigating and Warrant Officers-Under Order in Council, 24th October 1870            
"JUNIOR SERVICE " allowed to reckon:
Navigating Sub-Lieut., Act. Nav. Sub-Lieut., Engineer, Assist Engineer 1stClass (or 1st and 2nd Engineer of 1847)
Under 5 years' service in Senior Rank, 2 years Junior Service besides
Under 8 years' service in Senior Rank, 4 years Junior Service besides
Under 11 years' service in Senior Rank, 6 years Junior Service besides
Above 11 years' service in Senior Rank, All Junior Service which is allowed to count
These allowances are not payable until authorised by the Accountant-General and Controller of Naval Pay on satisfactory accounts being rendered and passed in office being rendered and passed in office
Staff Commanders and Navigating Lieutenants in command of Rated Ships, fitted or employed as Store Ships, are to be granted the same Store Allowance as Staff Commanders or Navigating Lieutenants of First Rates; and those in command of Sloops or other vessels employed as Store Ships, or on other such special service, are to be allowed the Store Allowance of Fourth Rates for the charge of Stores put on board for conveyance            
A Chaplain and Naval Instructor, while acting in the double capacity, is to receive half of his pay as Naval Instructor, in addition to his pay as Chaplain            
Tuition Allowance for each young gentleman instructed to Naval Instructor, or to Navigating Officer when no Naval Instructor is borne, also to Navigating Officers when Instructing Officers selected for qualifying in Navigating and Pilotage duties 5 0 0 0 0 3
Chaplains and Naval Instructors, when employed in either of the single capacities, will be granted the following allowance in addition to their Full Pay as Chaplain or as Naval Instructor: 18 5 0 0 1 0
Under 5 years' service in the double capacity            
Under 5 years' service in the double capacity 36 10 0 0 2 0
Under 5 years' service in the double capacity 54 15 0 0 3 0
Under 5 years' service in the double capacity 73 0 0 0 4 0
Under 5 years' service in the double capacity 91 5 0 0 5 0
With 17 Under 5 years' service in the double capacity 109 10 0 0 6 0
Navigating Sub-Lieutenant, after 2 years' service as such * 136 17 6 0 7 6
Navigating Sub-Lieutenant, * under 2 years' service 91 5 0 0 5 0
Navigating Sub-Lieutenant, Store Allowance when in charge 27 7 6 0 1 6
Navigating Sub-Lieutenant, Tuition Allowance for each young gentleman instructed (when no Naval Instructor is borne) 5 0 0 0 0 3
If in Ships bearing a Staff Commander or Navigating Lieutenant, from his absence or other cause, the Navigating Sub-Lieutenant be placed in charge of stores, or when a Navigating Sub-Lieutenant shall have charge of Stores in a Tender, he will be allowed, according to circumstances, such proportion of the Store Allowances granted to Staff Commanders or Navigating Lieutenants as the Admiralty may direct            
Note:-Time served as Secretary to a Flag Officer or Commodore of the 1st Class, after passing for the rank of Paymaster, is to reckon as Senior Service for full and half pay.

* Acting Navigating Sub-Lieutenants are subject to a deduction at the rate of 5 per annum from their Full-Pay when receiving instruction from a Naval Instructor, Staff Commander, Navigating Lieutenant, or Navigating Sub-Lieutenant (vide Article 9, page 215 of Queen's Regulations), to be abated from their pay by quarterly instalments of 1 5s each

This allowance is not payable until authorised be the Accountant-General and Comptroller of Navy Pay, on satisfactory accounts being rendered and passed in office

Secretary :--            
To Commodores of the 2nd Class 273 15 0 0 15 0
To Flag Officers, not being Commanders-in-Chief, under 5 years of actual service as Secretaries to Flag Officers and Commodores of 1st Class 365 0 0 1 0 0
To Flag Officers, not being Commanders-in-Chief, under 8 years' service 383 5 0 1 1 0
To Flag Officers, not being Commanders-in-Chief, under 11 years' service 401 10 0 1 2 0
To Flag Officers, not being Commanders-in-Chief, under 14 years' service 419 15 0 1 3 0
To Flag Officers, not being Commanders-in-Chief, after 14 years' service 438 0 0 1 4 0
Secretary to Commanders-in-Chief under 5 years of actual service as Secretaries to Flag Officers and Commodores of 1st Class 456 5 0 1 5 0
Secretary to Commanders-in-Chief under 8 years' service 492 15 0 1 7 0
Secretary to Commanders-in-Chief under 11 years' service 511 0 0 1 8 0
Secretary to Commanders-in-Chief under 14 years' service 529 5 0 1 9 0
Secretary to Commanders-in-Chief after 14 years' service 547 10 0 1 10 0
Commuted allowance to the following, in lieu of servants            
Secretary to Commander-in-Chief, Portsmouth 40 0 0      
Secretary to Commander-in-Chief, Devonport 40 0 0      
Secretary to Commander-in-Chief, Sheerness 40 0 0      
Secretary to Commander-in-Chief, Queenstown 40 0 0      
Paymaster :-under 5 years' service 255 10 0 0 14 0
Paymaster :-under 8 years' service 273 15 0 0 15 0
Paymaster :-under 11 years' service 292 0 0 0 16 0
Paymaster :-under 14 years' service 310 5 0 0 17 0
Paymaster :-under 17 years' service 346 15 0 0 19 0
Paymaster :-under 20 years' service 383 5 0 1 1 0
Paymaster :-above 20 years' service 410 12 6 1 2 6
And for each additional year of service, is 6d a day more until the maximum is reached 602 5 0 1 13 0
Paymasters of Flag Ships, of Troop Ships, when actually conveying troops, and of Steam Guard Ships will be allowed, under special circumstances, sums varying from 2s 6d to 5s a day, in consideration of the extra duty entailed by such circumstances
Secretaries are to have the option, to be exercised on appointment, of being paid as Paymaster or as Secretary
Secretaries who have elected new Regulations will no longer draw half pay in addition to their pay as Secretary
NOTE-Paymasters, acting as Assistant Paymasters, Secretary's Clerks, and Clerk to be paid the lowest scale of pay
Assistant Paymaster, in charge 228 2 6 0 12 6
Assistant Paymaster, in charge under 3 years' service 91 5 0 0 5 0
Assistant Paymaster, in charge after 3 years' service 127 15 0 0 7 0
Assistant Paymaster, in charge after 6 years' service 164 5 0 0 9 0
Assistant Paymaster, in charge after 9 years' service 182 10 0 0 10 0
Assistant Paymaster, in charge after 10 years' service 191 12 6 0 10 6
Assistant Paymaster, in charge after 11 years' service 200 15 0 0 11 0
Assistant Paymaster, in charge after 12 years' service 209 17 6 0 11 6
Clerk 73 0 0 0 4 0
Assistant Clerk 45 12 6 0 2 6
The above rates to Assistant Paymasters to take effect from 1st October 1877, under Order in Council, 23rd October 1877
" JUNIOR SERVICE " allowed to reckon
Assistant Paymaster:-
Under 5 years' service in Senior Rank, 2 years' Junior Service besides
Under 8 years' service in Senior Rank, 4 years' Junior Service besides
Under 11 years' service in Senior Rank, 6 years' Junior Service besides
Above 11 years' service in Senior Rank, All Junior Service which is allowed to count
Inspector-General of Hospitals and Fleets:-
On promotion, or under 25 years' service 821 5 0 2 5 0
On promotion, or above 25 years' service 839 10 0 2 8 0
And for each additional year of service, 1s a day more until the Maximum is reached, namely : 912 10 0 2 10 0
Deputy Inspector-General of Hospitals and Fleets :-            
On promotion, or under 22 years service 565 15 0 1 11 0
On promotion, or above 22 years service 584 0 0 1 12 0
And for each additional year of service, 1s a day more until the Maximum is reached, namely 893 10 0 1 18 0
Fleet Surgeon:-            
On promotion, or under 20 years' service 419 15 0 1 3 0
On promotion, or above 20 years' service 438 0 0 1 4 0
And for each additional year of service, 1s a day more until the maximum is reached, namely 647 10 0 1 19 0
Fleet Surgeons of Flag Ships bearing the flag of a Commander-in-Chief on a Foreign station are allowed 5s a day in addition to their established pay            
Staff Surgeon:-            
On promotion, or under 14 years' service 328 10 0 0 18 0
On promotion, or under 17 years' service 365 0 0 1 0 0
And for each additional year of service, 1s a day more until-the maximum is reached, namely 401 10 0 1 2 0
Surgeon:-            
Under 5 years' service 200 15 0 0 11 0
Under 8 years' service 228 2 6 0 12 6
Under 11 years' service 255 10 0 0 14 0
Under 14 years' service provided he passed his examination for Staff Surgeon while under 10 years service 282 17 6 0 15 6
Above 14 years' service provided he passed his examination for Staff Surgeon while under 10 years service 310 5 0 0 17 0
* Chief Gunner Chief Boatswain, and Chief Carpenter 164 5 0 0 9 0
* Gunner, Boatswain, and Carpenter:- In sea-going Ships and in harbour, or Stationary Ships Abroad            
           
Under 5 years' service 100 7 6 0 5 6
Over 5 years' service 123 3 9 0 6 9
Over 10 years' service 141 8 9 0 7 9
Over 15 years' service 150 11 3 0 8 3
Gunner, Boatswain, and Carpenter :- In other ships :-            
Under 5 years' service 100 7 6 0 5 6
Over 5 years' service 109 10 0 0 6 0
Over 10 years' service 123 3 9 0 6 9
Over 15 years' service 132 6 3 0 7 3
Warrant Officers who held 1st Class rank on the 34th September 1875 under the proviso in Clause 2 of H DI Order in Council, dated 12th August 1875 136 17 6 0 7 6
* An allowance of 6d per diem to be paid when in charge of Stores in a Seagoing ship in commission; but not when sick at Hospital, or while on passage
Under Order in Council, dated 24th Oct 1870, a Warrant Officer in a Sea-going ship in commission, in charge of other Stores than his own (such as a Gunner in charge of Boatswain's Stores), will be authorised to be paid by Accountant-General on Store Accounts being passed in Office-
For charge of one description of Stores other than his own 6d. a day, In addition to the 6d a day allowed for charge of his own Stores
For charge of two descriptions of Stores other than his own 1s. a day
Qualified Gunner Torpedo Instructors shall be paid extra pay of 1s. 6d a day when borne as such on a flag ship's books.This extra pay will be in addition to store allowance, when an officer is otherwise entitled to that allowance
Tool Money to Carpenters and to Chief Carpenters, except when borne for disposal in the Reserve and Guard Ships at Home 4 11 3 0 0 3
Engineers 164 S 0 0 9 0
Engineers after 3 years' service 182 10 0 0 10 0
Engineers after 6 years' service 200 15 0 0 11 0
The Senior Engineer of Ships in Commission with engines of 3,000 indicated horse-power and upwards to have an additional 1s a day Assistant Engineers 109 10 0 0 6 0
Ditto after 1 year's confirmed service 136 17 6 0 7 6
All additional time granted for 1st and 2nd Class Certificates gained at the Royal Naval College to count in all respects as service as Assistant engineer            
Engineers of every grade when in charge of Ships in Commission, are allowed-            
When in charge of Engines under 1,000 indicated horse-power 18 5 0 0 1 0
Of 1,000 and under 2,000 indicated horse-power 27 7 6 0 1 6
Of 2 000 and under 5,000 indicated horse-power 36 10 0 0 2 0
Of 3,000 and under 6,000 indicated horse-power 54 15 0 0 3 0
Of 6,000 and upwards 73 0 0 0 4 0
NOTE-In consideration of the increased responsibilities attaching to Engineer Officers in charge of engines in the larger ships of modern construction, rates of Charge Pay from 3e a day to 7s a day will be granted to the Engineer Officers in charge of engines of 8,0110 indicated horse-power and upwards according to the special circumstances of each case, which circumstances will in each case be decided by their Lordships
Engineers and Assistant Engineers in charge of Engines of Ships' not in Commission 18 5 0 0 1 0
* Engineers and Assistant Engineers at the Home Ports are not entitled to charge Pay when appointed by other than Admiralty authority.
NOTE.- Charge Pay to all Engineers ceases on their being sent to Hospital, either at home or abroad or during passage home as invalids, or on being superseded
Pay per Day in addition to Full Pay
SURVEYING PAY Home Abroad
  s d s d
Captain, Commander, or Staff Commander, when in charge of Survey 0 13 6 1 0 0
Lieutenant or Navigating Lieutenant, when in charge of Survey 0 10 0 0 15 0
Assistant Surveyor of the first Class 0 7 0 0 8 0
Assistant Surveyor of the 2nd Class 0 5 0 0 6 0
Assistant Surveyor of the 3rd Class 0 3 0 0 4 0
Assistant Surveyor of the 4th Class 0 2 0 0 2 6

Source: Navy List for June 1870

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