Royal Navy Pay and Conditions - 1850-1860
Pay and Engagement Structure - New Rules - 1860
Ratings - Pay - 1860
Award of Good Conduct Badges
Pay and Conditions for Supernumeraries borne for Victuals only
Former Greenwich Pensioners Re-entering the Service
Payment of Stores Allowance To Ships' Stewards
Loss of Mess Utensils
Medals for Long Service and Good Conduct.
Full Pay of Masters - 1856
Seamen Gunners' Pay and Pension
Regulations for the Entry of Seamen-Riggers
Entry of Riggers in Dockyards
Continuous Service Engagement - Qualifications - 1853
Regulations for the Entry of Boys and Men into the Navy
Physical Fitness Requirements for Re-engagement
RN Engagements to Marines granted free discharge who enter the Navy
Stoppage of Allotments to Families - Admiralty Instructions
Issuing Prices of Marks of Distinction for Gunnery Instructors and Seamen Gunners.
Extra Issue of Spirits to Engineers and Stokers
The supply of shoes to HM ships
Uniform Dress for Petty Officers, Seamen and Boys.
OFFICERS and WARRANT OFFICERS
Officers - RN - Pay - 1860
Regulations for the Payment of Full Pay to Officers of all ranks in Her Majesty's Navy and Marines - 1857.
Officers' Full Pay Bills - Method of Payment to Officers - 1857
Officers' Mess Accounts, including Mates and subordinate officers.
Officer - RN and RM - Half-Pay - 1860
Mates, Second Masters, And Assistant Paymasters Borne On Flag Ships' Books On Being Paid Off
Warrant Officers' Retirement.
Relative Ranks with the Army.
Residence of Acting Mates and Acting Lieutenants at Royal Naval College.
Entry, Examination, &c., of Assistant Clerks and Clerks, and Assistant Paymasters in the Royal Navy
Mates : Failure to Apply for an Appointment
Nomination of Naval Cadets
Agents of Transports &c. - Service to Count as Sea Time.
Bonds For Paymasters
Examination of Mates for the Rank of Lieutenant - 1853
Time Required to Qualify a Captain for his Active Flag.
RMLI - Officers and Other Ranks - Pay - 1860
RM Artillery - Officers and Other Ranks - Pay - 1860
Precautions To Be Observed To Prevent Accidents When Saluting
Sea Service Rifles, Bayonets and Cutlasses to be Numbered.
Caution Respecting Soundings when in the Vicinity of Land
Care of Rudder Heads
Returns of Seamen For Registry Office
Imprisonment By Court Martial
Royal Naval Reserve Volunteers
Classes and Denominations of HM Ships –1856
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