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three inches from the front, two cross-anchors, each one and three-quarters of an inch in length, made of, or worked in, white or blue sewing-materials, according to the color of the garment, the white upon blue garments, and vice versa. Coxswains of other Commanding Officers will (in addition to the Petty-Officers' device on the sleeve below the elbow), wear, in the same position as the Coxswains of Commanders-in-Chief, a single foul anchor one and one-half of an inch in length, on each side of the collar of their jackets and frocks; to be worked in, or made of, white or blue sewingmaterials, according to the color of the garment, the white upon blue garments, and vice 276.7°SQ. The Chief or Signal Quartermaster will (in addition to the Petty-Officers’ device on the sleeve above the elbow) wear, on both sleeves, in front, half-way between the edge of the sleeve and the elbow, a double marine-glass, one and one-half of an inch in length, worked in, or made of, white or blue sewing-materials, according to the color of the garments, the white upon blue garments, and vice versa. Other Quartermasters will wear the same device, but upon one sleeve only, the right or left, according as they belong to the starboard or port watch. Machinists will (in addition to the Petty Officers' device on the sleeve above the elbow) wear on both sleeves, in front, half-way between the edge of the sleeve and the elbow, a badge representing a paddle-wheel, with a five-pointed star above, to be worked in or made of white or blue sewing-materials, according to the color of the garment—the white upon blue garments, and vice versa. The Chief Boatswain's Mate will (in addition to the Petty Officers' device on the sleeve above the elbow) wear on both sleeves, in front, half-way between the edge of the sleeve and the elbow, a foul anchor one and one-half of an inch in length, placed vertically, and to be worked in or made of white or blue sewing-materials, according to the color of the garment—the white upon blue garments, and rice versa. Other Boatswains’ Mates will wear the same device, but upon one sleeve only—the right or left, according as they belong to the starboard or port watch. Seaman Gunners will (in addition to the Petty Officers' device on the sleeve above the elbow) wear on both sleeves, in front, half-way between the edge of the sleeve and the elbow, a badge representing two crossed cannon, with muzzles downward, each one and one-quarter of an inch in length, with a five-pointed star above, to be worked in or made of white or blue sewing-materials, according to the color of the garment—the white upon blue garments, and vice cersa. Gunners’ Mates will wear the same device, with exception of the star. Quarter Gunmers will wear the same device, but upon one sleeve only—the right or left, according as they belong to the starboard or port watch. Carpenters’ Mates will (in addition to the Petty Officers' device on the sleeve above the elbow) wear on both sleeves, in front, half-way between the edge of the sleeve and the elbow, in an inclined position, a broad-ax, helved, two and one-quarter inches in length, to be made of or worked in white or blue sewing-materials, according to the color of the garment—the white upon blue garments, and vice versa. Captains of Forecastle will (in addition to the Petty Officers' device on the sleeve above the elbow) wear on the right or left sleeve, in front, according as they belong to the starboard or port watch, two crossed anchors, with the stocks upward, each one and threequarters of an inch in length, and half-way between the edge of the sleeve and the elbow, to be worked in or made of white or blue sewing-materials, according to the color of the garment—the white upon blue garments, and vice versa. Captains of Tops will (in addition to the Petty Officers' device on the sleeve above the elbow) wear on the right or left sleeve, in front, according as they belong to the starboard or port watch, a worked open figure-of-eight knot, one and three-quarters of an inch in length, placed vertically half-way between the edge of the sleeve and the elbow, to be worked in or made of white or blue Sewing-materials, according to the color of the garment—the white upon blue garments, and vice versa. Sailmakers' Mates will (in addition to the Petty Officers' device on the sleeve above the elbow) wear on both sleeves, in front, half-way between the edge of the sleeve and the elbow, a fid, one inch and a half in length, placed vertically, to be worked in or made of white or blue sewing-materials, according to the color of the garment—the white upon blue garments, and vice versa. All Line Petty Officers will wear on their right sleeve, above the elbow in front, an eagle and anchor, of not more than two inches in length, with a star of one inch in diameter one inch above it, the whole to be placed vertically, and made of or worked in white or blue

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sewing-materials, according to the color of the garment—the white upon blue garments, and
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All other Petty Officers and First-class Firemen, except officers' stewards, will wear the
same device on the left sleeve, but without the star.
The outside clothing for Petty Officers not previously specified, Seamen, Firemen, and
Coal-heavers, Ordinary Seamen, Landsmen, and Boys, for muster, shall consist of blue-
cloth jackets and trousers, or blue woolen frocks; blue-cloth caps, without visors; cap-
bands, to be of black ribbon, one and one-quarter of an inch wide, with the name of the
vessel to which they are attached painted on them in yellow or gilt letters.
In warm weather, or within the tropics, it shall consist of white linen or duck frocks, and
blue or white trousers; blue-cloth caps, without visors, or white sennit hats, as the Com-
manding Officer may direct; hat or cap bands to be of black ribbon, with the name of the
vessel to which they are attached painted on them, as prescribed above; black-silk neck-
erchiefs, and shoes or boots, properly cleaned.
The blue-flannel frocks for Petty Officers and other enlisted men are to be cut sufficiently
long to descend to the knee-cap, so as to allow for shrinkage; the back and breast to be of
double thickness, and to descend four inches below the line of the shoulder-blades; to have
two pockets in the breast, and the breast to be fastened with five small pearlbuttons, in lieu
of white tape heretofore used. The cuffs to be of double thickness. -
The collars and cuffs of all frocks to be made of blue flannel.
Three stripes of tape, to be three-sixteenths of an inch wide, one-quarter of an inch apart,
and laid on one-quarter of an inch from the edge of the collar of the frock, with a three-quarter-
inch white star in each corner; the collar of the frock to be nine inches. The different
ratings of the men are to be indicated by the stripes on the cuffs.
Those for Landsmen, Coal-heavers, and Boys shall have one stripe of blue dungaree or blue
tape around the cuff, one-half inch wide, one inch and one-half from the lower edge.
For Ordinary Seamen and Second-class Firemen two stripes, one-quarter of an inch apart.
For Seamen, three stripes; and for Petty Officers, four stripes. On the blue frocks there
shall be stripes of white tape one-half inch wide, sewed on in the same manner.
Naval Apprentices will wear the letter A on the right or left sleeve of their jackets and
frock, according as they belong to the starboard or port watch, to be placed half-way be-
tween the edge of the sleeve and the elbow, and to be not less than one and a half nor more
than two inches long; and made of or worked in blue or white sewing-materials, according
to the color of the garment—the white upon blue garments, and vice versa.
. All enlisted men are to wear, upon proper occasions, a working-suit, to consist of a
jumper and pair of overalls, made of linen duck; the collar of the jumper to be three inches
deep, of the same material, and the edges to be bound with white tape.
Ships' Writers will wear the letter W on the front of the left sleeve of their jackets and
frocks, half-way between the edge of the sleeve and the elbow, to be from one and one-half
to two inches long, and made of or worked in blue or white sewing-materials, according to
the color of the garment—the white upon blue garments, and vice versu.
Ships' Schoolmasters will wear the letter S on the front of the left sleeve of their jackets
and frocks, half-way between the edge of the sleeve and the elbow, to be from one and one-
half to two inches long, and made of or worked in blue or white sewing-materials, according
to the color of the garment—the white upon blue garments, and vice versa.
Caps for all Petty Officers not otherwise specified, and for enlisted men, will be uni-
form both in shape and color, and in the length of bow to the draw-ribbon. White-linen
cap-covers may be worn within the tropics and elsewhere in very hot weather. The cap-
covers to be made a plain circle, a little larger than the circumference of the cap, with a neat
white cord or narrow tape draw-string ; and when tied on the cap, to be not more than half
an inch below the rounded part of the top of the cap. The draw-string is to be fastened
behind in a small, neat knot.
Stewards of Commanders-in-Chief, of other Commanding Officers, and of wardroom messes,
will wear blue cloth or flannel jackets, with rolling collar, to be double-breasted, with two
rows of medium-size navy buttons, six in each row, and plain blue-cloth caps, with visors,
o or without covers. On special occasions they may be directed to wear citizens'
C10thes.
All senmit hats are to be uniform in shape. The height of the crown to be two and one-
half inches, the brim to be three inches in width, and without lining.
Hat-ribbons are to be one inch and a quarter wide, and must be uniform both in width
and in length of the tie-bow. The lettering is to be of gilt or yellow color, and must be the

same in character and size for the whole ship's company.

Petty Officers and others who have received “medals of honor" from the Secretary of the Navy will be encouraged to wear them at general muster and on all other suitable occasions. They will also be allowed to wear a star, from three-quarters to seven-eighths of an inch in diameter, on the left breast of their frocks and jackets, as a distinction.

The frocks (blue and white) are to be furnished by the paymasters, so as to conform in design with the foregoing uniform, with the exception of the sleeve and cuff marks.

WATCH-MARKS.

The first part of the watch will wear one bar made of white tape or blue material, according to the color of the frock, one-half of an inch wide and one inch and a quarter long, to

be placed horizontally on the front part of the sleeve, one inch below the shoulder-seam. The second part of the watch will wear two bars, one-half an inch apart, parallel to each other and placed horizontally, the upper bar to be one inch below the shoulder-seam.

The starboard watch will wear the watch-marks on the right arm, and the port watch will wear them on the left arm.

Petty Officers, with special arm-devices indicating starboard and port watches, will not be required to wear other watch-marks.

t is strictly enjoined upon Commandants of stations and Commanding Officers of the Navy

to see that the foregoing regulations are complied with in every respect, and to require all deviations from them to be corrected.

I'eturns and reports to be made from 8ea-going vessels.

[Commanders-in-Chief and Commanding Officers of vessels will see that the following returns are made.]

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Returns of all firing of great guns

Condition of steam machinery and boilers.

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Conduct-report
Report of the progress, standing, &c., of

boys.
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List of sick at hospital

Date of going into commission, &c.

Recommendations for medals of honor, &c.

Expenditures for purchase of equipment
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