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J. Clark 2nd 27 General Hewett961tns 323966 London
W. J. Cubitt ist 33 Duke of Portland, 533.......... Glasgow

I tons
C. F. Riches 2nd 22 Duke of Portland, 533 40911 Yarmouth

I tons (as mate)
J. B. Swanson 2nd 22 Theresa, 496 tons ...... 394107 London

(as mate)
J. Green 2nd 27 Young England 450 tns 394106 London

(as mate)
R. A. Bennett 2nd 24 Annabell, 200 tons ... 90649 London
T. C. Fellows 2nd 36 Gloucester, 297 tons ... 324940 London
W. H. Bowen 2nd 23 Southampton, 1000 tns 31023 London

(as mate)
E. Goldsmith 2nd 44 Rattler, 522 tons ............... London
H.J.C. Andrew 1st 28 Slains Castle, 503 tons 325725 London

(as mate) T. Bowe 2nd 23 Robert Small, 800 tons 327948 London

(as male) F. P. Molloy 2nd 30 Queen of England, 560 344451 London

tons (as mate) J. Spencer 2nd 33 Louisa Munro, 300 tns 27046 London

(as mate) G.H.E. Bawden 2nd 30 Berenice, 332 tons...... 324956 London W. Lawrence

3rd 27 John Anderson, 313.............. London

| tons J. Duncan 2nd 37 Emma, 225 tons......... 337450 Glasgow W. Clark 2nd 47 Tevoit, 1800 tons ............... London

1 (as mate) T. G. Vaile 2nd 22 Andromache, 468 tons 392744 London

(as mate) W. Richardson 2nd 32 Angola, 90 tons......... 4084 London H. Smithers 3rd 33 St. George, 605 tons... 26230 London

(as mate) W. B. M'Leod list 28 Zion, 621 tons ......... 15245 London

(as mate) E. Morison 2nd 28 Trafalgar, 528 tons .............. London J. Jenkins 2nd 21 Silurian, 300 tons ...... 260603 London

(as mate) J. Mackintosh 2nd 35 Rockshire, 563 tons ... 1314 London

(as mate) J. Wilson 3rd 45 Rattler, 522 tons ...... 376860 London

(as mate) C. Ferguson 1st 36 Rajah, 352 tons ................... Leith W. M'Queen 1st 31 Nelson, 603 tons......... 11770 Leith

(as mate) J. Barnesley 3rd ... Coatham, 283 tons ... 45382 Hull

(as mate)
J. M, Goodwin 2nd 29 Australasia, 584 tons 30882 London

(as mate)
J. Barrow 2nd 35 Bolivar, 212 tons ...... 30596 London
G. Johnson 2nd 48/Greenlaw, 428 tons ............ London
D. Thomat 2nd 35 Camerons, 255 tons

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W. Jones 2nd 30 Eliza, 313 tons

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and 56 Rosalind, 267 tons ......... London

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HER MAJESTY'S SHIPS IN COMMISSION; With their Stations and Dates of Commission of Officers in Cuminand. [EXPLANATION.–st.-sh. sleam-ship, h. p. horse-power, t. tons, c. crew, b. built ]

Sailing VESSELS.

Agincourt", 72, t. 1747, c. 416, b. 1817, Captain W. B. Mends, 1814, Devon. port; Alarm, 26, 1. 910, c. 240, h. 1845, Capt in G. G. Loch, 1841, West In dies; Albatross, 12, t. 484, c. 130, b. 1841, Commander A. Farquhar, 1844, East Indies; Alert, 6, t. 358, c. 80, b. 1835, Commander H. Dunlop, 1842; coast of Africa; Alligator, 26, 1 500, b. 1821, Hospital-ship, Horg Kong Amphitrite, 26, i. 1064, c. 195, b. 1816, Captain T. R. Eden, 1841, coast of Africa; Andronache, 26, st.-sh., t. 717, c. 30, b. 1832, Master T. Johnson, 1803, Galway; Andromeda, 44, st.-sh., t. 1215, c. 60, b. 1829, Master R. Thompson, Killibegs; Arab, 16, t. 481, c. 130, b. 1847, Commander W. Morris, 1846, Cape of Good Hope; Asia, 84, 1. 2289, c. 750, b, 1824, Rear Adiniral P. Hornby 1840, Captain R. F. Stopford, Pacific; Astrea, 44, st.-sh , t. 956, b. 1810, Master W. Yeames, 1810, Falmouth; Atholl, 2, tr..sb., t. 503 b. 1820, Master Pearn, 1827, particular service.

Belleisle, 24, tr.-sh., 1. 1709, b. 1819, Captain J. Kingcome, 1838, on her passage to Plymouth; Bellerophon, 78, t. 2056, c. 650, b. 1818, Captain R. L. Baynes, C.B., 1829, Cork; Bermuda, sch. b. 1847, Lieutenant A. D. Jolly, 1842, St. John's, Nicaragua, West Indies, June 24th; Bittern, 16, t. 484, c. 130, b. 1840, Commander T. Hope, 1841, coast of Africa; Bonetta, 4, t. 319, c. 65, b. 1836, Lieutenant F. E. Forbes, 1813, coast of Africa; Bramble 10. 1. 161, b. 1822, Lieutenant C. B. Yule, 1842, Sydney; Brilliant, 22, t. 954, c. 234, b. 1814, Captain R, B. Watson, 1842, Cape of Good Hope; Britomart, 10, 1. 328, b. 1847, Commander W. C. Chamberlain, 1844, coast of Africa.

Caledonia, 120, t. 2712, c. 950, b. 1808, Captain T. W. Carter, 1831, Devonport; Calliope, 26, t. 720, c. 195, b. 1837, Captain E. Stanley, 1838, New Zealand; Calypso, 20, c. 200, b. 1845, Captain H. J. Worth, 1846, Valparaiso, Pacific; Cambrian, 36, t. 1622, c. 310, b. 1841, Commodore J. H. Plumridge, 1822, China; Cerus, tender, Second Master T. Fogden, (act.), Woolwich, C'eylon, 2, rec.-ship, Rear-Admiral Edward Harvey, Malta; Champion, 18, t. 456, c. 130, b. 1824, Commander J. M. Hayes, 1841, South America; Childers, 16, t. 385, c. 130, b. 1827, Commander J. C. Pitman, 1842, China; Cockatrice, sch., 6, t, 182, c. 65, b. 1832, Master J. Rundle, 1836, Pacific; Columbine, 18, t. 492, c. 130, b. 1826, Commander J. C. D. Hay, 1842, China; Comus, 18, t. 462, c. 130, b. 1828, Commander E. C. T. D'Eyncourt, 1842, Rio, June 4th; Constance, 50, t. 2123, c. 500, b. 1846, Captain G. W. C. Courtenay, 1842, Valparaiso, Pacific; Contest, 12, t. 459, c. 130, b. 1846, Commander A. Mc Murdo, 1843, coast of Africa; Crane, pkt.-bg., t. 259, c. 44, b. 1839, Lieutenant J. Parsons, 1845, Falmouth; Crescent, 42, rec.-sh., b. 1810, Lieutenant T. C. Meheux, 1838, Rio; Crocodile, rec..sh., t. 500, b. 1827, Rear-Admiral Honourable D. H. Mackay, 1826, Lieutenant-Commander S. R. Protheroe, Cork; Cygnet, 8, t. 359, c. 80, b, 1840, Commander G, Kenyon, 1843, coast of Africa.

Dædalus, 20, t. 1082, c. 195, b. 1828, Captain P. Mc Quhae, 1835, China; Daring, 12, t. 426, c. 130, b. 1844, Commander W. Peel, 1846, West Indies; Dart, 3, t. 320, c. 63, Lieutenant E. A. Glynn, 1840, coast of Africa; Dido, 20, t. 731, b. 1836, Captain J. B. Maxwell, 1837, New Zealand; Dolphin, 3, t. 318, c. 65, b. 1836, Lieutenant R. F. Boyle, 1843, coast of Africa.

Electra, 14, t. 462, c. 130, b. 1847, Commander F. W. P. Bouverie, 1842, West Indies; Enterprise, discovery-ship, Captain Sir James C. Ross, Arctic Expedition; Erebus, t. 378, b. 1827, Captain Sir J. Franklin, 1822, Arctic Expedition; Espiegle, 12, t. 443, b. 1844, Commander F. A. Campbell, 1846, China; Eurydice, 26, t. 908, c. 200, b. 1843, Captain T. V. Auson, 1841, Cape of Good Hope; Excellent, formerly Boyne, t. 2155, c. 700, b. 1810, RearAdmiral H. Prescott, C.B., Captain R. S. Hewlett, 1825, (act.), Portsmouth; Express, 6, pkt.-bg., t. 362, c. 44, b. 1835, Lieutenant W. Lory, 1821, Falmouth.

Favorite, 14, t. 434, c. 130, b. 1829, Commander A. Murray, 1840, coast of Africa; Ferret, 8, t. 358, b. 1840, Commander G. Sprigg, 1844, coast of Africa; Fisgard, 41, t. 1069, c. 129, b. 1819, Commodore (2nd class), Sir J. J. G. Bremer, K.C.B., 1814, Woolwich; Fly, 18, t. 485, c. 130, b. 1831, Commander R. A, Oliver, 1844, New Zealand; Frolic, 16, t. 511, c. 130, b. 1842, Commander N. Vansittart, 1847, Cork.

Ganges, 84, t. 2285, c. 415, b. 1821, Captain Henry Sinith, (a) C.B., 1829, Sheerpess; Gipsey, tender to Crocodile, Cove of Cork; Gossamer, tender to Crocodile, Cove of Cork; Grampus, 50, formerly Tremendous, t. 1706, c. 500, b. 1784, re-built 1810, raz. 1845, Captain H. B. Martin, C.B., 1827, Pacific; Grecian, 16, t. 484, c. 130, b. 1838, Commander L. S. l'indall, 1831, Rio, June 4th; Griffon, 3, t. 230, c. 65, b. 1832, C. minander Thurburn, 1841 South America.

Harlequin, 12, t. 433, b. 1836, Commander J. Moore, 1843, Mediterranean ; Hastings, 72, t. 1763, c. 615, b. 1818, Captain J. W. Morgan, 1846, East Indies;

Havannah, 22, t. 984, c. 195, b. 1811, Captain J. E. Erskine, New Zealand ; Helena, 16, t. 549, c. 120, b. 1843, Commander G. W. Smith, 1841, Cork ; Herald. 26, t. 500, c, 200, b. 1823, surveying, Captain H. Kellet, C.B., 1842, Behring's Strait; Hercules, 12, tr.-sh., t. 1750, 6. 1815, Master R. Fulton, 1814, East Indies; Heroine, 6, t. 359, c. 80, b. 1841, Commander C. Edmunds, 1841, coast of Africa; Hibernia, 104, t. 2530, c. 950, b. 1804, Vice-Admiral Sir W. Parker, Bart., G C.B., Captain Charles Wise, 1847, Naples ; Hound, 6, t. 358, c. 80, b. 1846, Commander G. H. Wood, 1846, Bermuda; Ilowe, 120, t. 2619, c. 1000, b. 1815, Captain Sir James Stirling, Knt., 1818, Naples.

İllustrious, * 72, t. 1746, c. 416, b. 1803, Captain R. A. Yates, 1827, Portsmouth; Imaum, 72, t. 1825, b. 1836, Commodore (2nd class), Thomas Bennett, 1828, receiving-ship, Jamaica; Inconstant, 36, t. 1422, c. 150, b. 1836, Captain John Shepherd, 1840, Monte Video ; Investigator, discovery-ship, Captain E. J. Bird, 1843, Arctic Expedition.

Juno, 26, t 922, c. 240, b. 1845, Captain P. I. Blake, 1841, Pacific.

Kestrel, brigantine, t. 200, c. 65, Lieutenant H. Baker, 1846, south-east coast of Africa,

Lark, 2, surveying-vessel, t. 109, b. 1830, Lieutenant G. B. Lawrence, 1843, North America, and West Indies ; Linnet, 6, pkt.-brig, t. 361, c. 44, b. 1835, Lieutenant T. James, 1821, Devonport.

Madagascar, 44, st.-sh., t. 1167, č. 60, b. 1822, Master R Mann, 1845, Tarbert; Mariner, 16, t. 481, c. 130, Commander C. M. Mathiuson, 1843, East Indies; Mastiff, surveying-vessel, t. 184, b. 1847, Lieutenant Thomas, 1844, Orkney Islands; Meander, 44, t. 1215, c. 310, b. 1840, Captain Hon. H. Keppel, 1837, Singapore, June 4th ; Melampus, 42, t. 1089, c. 310, b. 1820, Captain J. N. Campbell, c. B., 1827, China ; Minden, 20, st.-sh., t. 172), b. 1810, Master J. Mitchell, 1827, Hong Kong; Mutine, 12, t. 428, c. 130, b. 1844, Commander I. J. Palmer, Mediterranean.

Naiad, 42, st.-sh., t. 1020, b, 1797, Master W. L. Browne, 1831, Callao; Nautilus, 10, t. 233, b. 1830, exercg.-brig, Master Wallis, Devonport; Nereus, 42, st.-sh., t. 1094, b. 1821, Master F. W. Bateman, 1837, Valparaiso; Netley, 8, tender to flag-ship, Devonport; Nimrod, 20, t. 502, c. 432, b. 1828, Commander T. Belgrave, 1848, Cape of Good Hope.

Ocean, 80, t. 2291, b. 1805, Vice-Admiral Hon. George Elliott, Captain George Elliott, 1840, Sheerness.

Pandora, 6, t. 319, c. 65, b. 1833, Lieutenant James Wood, 1841, Pacific ; Pantaloon, 8, t. 340, c. 80, b. 1830, Commander L. De T. Provost, 1845, coast of Africa; Penguin, pkt.-bg., t. 300, b. 1838, Lieutenant W. Leslie, 1815, Falmouth; Perseus, receiving-ship for naval volunteers, b. 1812, Lieutenant Greet, 1840, off the Tower; Petrel, 6, pkt.-bg., t. 359, c. 44, b. 1838, Lieutenant T. Cresser, 1826, Falmouth ; Philomel, 6. t. 360, c. 75 b. 1812 Commander W. C. Wood, 1841, coast of Africa; Pilot, 16, t. 481, c. 120, b. 1838, Commander E. M. Lyons, 1846, Bantry Bay; Plover, discovery-ship Commander T. L. Moore, 1848, Behring's Strait; Poictiers, * 72, t. 1764, c. 327, b. 1809, Captain Sup. Sir T. Buchier, K.C B., 1827 Chatham; Powerful, 84, t. 2296, c. 496, b. 1826, Captain Hon. R. S. Dundas, 1824, Portsmouth ; Presi. dent. 50, t. 1537, c. 500, b. 1830, Vice-Admiral Dacres, Captain W. P. Stanley, 1838, Cape of Good Hope; Prince Regent, 92, t. 2613, c. 820, 6. 1823, Captain W. F. Martin, 1824, Cork.

Queen, 110, t. 3083, c. 100, b. 1839, Captain H. W. Bruce, 1821, Naples.

Racer, 16, t. 431, c. 120, b. 1833, Lieutenant Henry Bacon, 1841, Lisbon ; Racehurse, 18, t. 438, c. 130, b. 1830, Commander E. S. Southeby, 1841, New Zealand; Raleigh, 50, t. 1935, c. 500, b. 1845, Commodore Sir T. Herbert Captain S. G. Fremantle, 1822, south-east coast of America; Ranger, 8, t. NO. 9. -VOL. XVII.

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363, c. 80, b. 1835, Commander C. F. Newland, 1847, coast of Africa; Rapid, 8, t. 319, c. 80, b. 1840, Commander E. Dixon, 1841, coast of Africa; Raillesnake, 2, surveying-vessel, t. 503, b. 1822, Captain 0. Stanley, 1844, Sydney, March, 9th; Resistance, tr.-sb., t. 1790, b. 1805, Commander G. Lowe, 1840, Quebec; Ringdove, 12, t. 429, b. 1838, Commander E. A. Inglefield, 1845, East Indies; Rodney, 92, t. 2625, c. 820, b. 1833, Captain E. Collier, C.B., 1841. Mediterranean ; Rolla, 10, 1, 231, b. 1829, exercising-brig, Portsmouth; Royalist, 6, t. 249, c. 65, b. 1839, Lieutenant L. Mc D. Gordon, 1845, China ; Royal Sovereign, yacht, t. 278, b. 1804, Captain Sup. Peter Richards, C.B., 1828, Pembroke.

St. Vincent, 120, t. 2612, c. 950, b. 1815, Rear-Admiral Sir Charles Napier, K.C.B., Captain S. C. Dacres, 1840, Cork; San Josef, 110, t. 2457, c. 170, cap. 1797, flag ship of Admiral Sir W. H. Gage, G.C.H., Captain Sir T. Maitland, B., 1837, Devonport; Scou', 14, t. 489, c. 120, b. 1832, Commander F. E. Johnstone, 1841, East Indies; Seagull, pkt.-bg., t. 279, c. 44, b. 1831, Lieutenant Smail, 1815, Falmouth; Sea Lark, 10, t. 318, c. 25, b. 1843, Commander W. B. Moneypenny, 1841, coast of Africa ; Seringapatam, st..sh., t. 1148, b. 1819, Master James T. Russell, 1837, Cape of Good Hope ; Siren, 16, t. 549, c. 120, b. 1841, Commander C. Chaloner, 1845, coast of Africa; Southampton, 50, t. 1476, c. 450, b. 1820, Captain N. Oory, 1840, Chatham; Spartan, 26, t. 918, c. 240, b. 1841, Captain T. M. C. Symonds, 1841, Mediterranean; Speedwell, 6, Master E. K. Calver, Harwich; Spider, 6, t. 182, c. 75, b. 1835, Lieutenant C. Haydon, 1810, South America; Spy, 3, brigantine, t. 320, b. 1841, Lieutenant G. W. Watson, 1837, Chatham; Star, 6, t. 358, c. 75, b. 1835, Com. mander C. W. Riley, 1838, coast of Africa ; Superb, 80, f. 2589, c- 720, b. 1842 Captain A. L. Corry, 1821, Mediterranean.

Terror, 7, t. 326, b. 1813, Captain F. R. M. Crozier, 1841, Arctic Expedition; Thetis, 36, 1. 1524, c. 350, b, 1846, Captain H. J. Codrington, C.B., 1836, Mediterranean ; Thunder, 6, t. 472, b. 1829, Captain E. Barnett, 1846, West Indies ; Tortoise, 12, guard-ship, t. 962, Captain F. Hutton, 1844, Ascension ; Trincomalee, 26, t. 1066, c. 195, b, 1819, Captain R. L. Warren, 1839, St. Thomas's, July, 15; Tweed, 18, t. 500, c. 130, b. 1823, Commander Lord F. Russell, 1837, Cork.

Vanguard, 80, t. 2589, c. 720, b. 1836, Captain F. G. Rich, 1823, Mediterranean; Vengeance, 84, t, 2284, c. 750, b. 1824, Captain S. Lushington, 1829, Naples; Vernon, 50, t. 2082, c. 500, b. 1832, Captain J. C. Fitzgerald, 1811, East Indies; Victoria, schooner, Lieutenant W. K. Jolliffe, 1845; Victory,* 100, t, 2164, c. 172, b. 1765, rebuilt 1800, Admiral Sir C. Ogle, Bart., Captain C. Eden, 1841, Portsmouth; Viper, 6, t. 183, c. 75, b. 1831, Lieutenant H Bernard, 1846, North America, and West Indies; Volage, 22, surveying vessel, t. 516, C. 200, b. 1825, Captain Graves, 1846, Mediterranean.

Wanderer, 12, t. 428, c. 120, b. 1835, Commander F. B. Montressor, 1842, coast of Africa; Waterwitch, 8, Commander R. R. Quin, 1846, coast of Africa; Wellesley, 72, t. 1746, c. 600, b. 1815, Vice-Admiral the Earl of Dundonald, Captain G. Goldsmith, 1842, Halifas, July 26; Wellington, * 72, t. 1757 c. 270, b. 1826, Captain Sup. D. Price, Sheerness; Woodlark, tender to the Mastiff

STEAM Vessels.-Acheron, 3, surveying vessel, h.p. 170 t. 720, b. 1838, Captain J. L. Stokes, 1846, New Zealand; Adder, 1 packet, h.p, 100, c. 19, Masters J. Hammond, (act.) Pembroke; Adelaide, tug, Sec. Master Forbes, 1848, Portsmouth; Advice, 1, h.p. 100, c. 19, Lieut. C. A. Petch, 1248, Pembroke; Alban, 1, h.p. 120, t. 40%, b. 1826, Master Bradshaw, 1842, Ireland; Alecto, h.p. 200, t. 800, b. 1839, Commander V. A. Massingberd, 1842, southeast coast of America; Amphion, 34, h,p. 300, t. 1474, c. 330, b. 1846, Captain

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