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Regulations and instructions relating to His Majesty"s service at sea
Great Britain. Royal Navy.
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The documents in Part I of the present edition have been added at the suggestion of Professor Prothero, who very generously placed at my disposal the copies he had made with the intention of adding them to his own Statutes and other Constitutional Documents illustrative of the reigns of Elizabeth and James I (Clarendon Press, ). Though the. I have the honor to acquaint you, for the information of my Lords Commissioners of the Admiralty, of the proceedings of His Majestys combined Sea and Land forces since my arrival with the Fleet within the Capes of Virginia, and I beg leave to offer my congratulations to their Lordships upon the successful termination of an Expedition in which.
And we do declare that our Royal Will and Pleasure is, and we do hereby Strictly Charge and Command all our Officers both at Sea and Land & all our other Subjects whatsoever, to forbear all Acts of hostility, either by Sea or Land, against his most Christian Majesty, his Vessels or Subjects, during the space of four Months, under the penalty of. Writing as a man, and not as the scribes, he produced in his Nollekens and his Times one of the most entertaining harum-scarum biographies ever seen, and in his Book for a Rainy Day, or Recollections of the Events of the Years , a budget of memories which has perhaps been less read and more quoted than any book of its kind.
Cochrane was under orders to use both his naval force and embarked army troops under command of Major General Robert Ross to “conduct such operations as may be found best calculated for the advantage of His Majestys Service, and the annoyance of the Enemy.” 1 After vacillating over potential targets, Cochrane landed General Ross’s. William Petty, 1st Marquis of Lansdowne, 2nd Earl of Shelburne (), hereafter referred to as Shelburne, was born in Dublin, Ireland, to John Fitzmaurice Petty .
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The first issue of what became the Queen's Regulations and Admiralty Instructions was issued in as the Regulations and Instructions Relating to His Majesty's Service at Sea. Numerous further editions have appeared since then, and from the 19th century the title was altered to the Queen's [or King's] Regulations and Admiralty Instructions.
In Henry VIII instructed Sir Thomas Audley to create a set of instructions that made clear which command flags are to be flown onboard ships and by whom at this time a single command flag was to be used at the top of the masthead. Audley produced the book of instructions called the Book of Orders for the War by Sea and Land.
THE REGULATIONS AND INSTRUCTIONS contained in this volume (to be designated. The Queen's Regulations for the Royal Navy) have been established by Her Majesty's Order in Council for the government of Her Majesty's Nava l Service and of all those serving Her Majesty in association with or for the purposes of the Naval Service.
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Gilchrist, James. James Gilchrist papers relating to his service with the Royal Navy, Yale University, Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library Great Britain. Royal Navy. List of His Majesty's ships and vessels in sea pay with their present disposition, Feb. 1.
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Admiralty. First Sea Lord's personal war records, [microform]. Gilchrist, James. James Gilchrist papers relating to his service with the Royal Navy, Yale University, Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library Great Britain.
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