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Coast Guard Stations : 552. Number of Cottages Erected by the Admiralty for the Coast Guard :-Coast

Guard Stations and Cottages Leased by the Admiralty for the Coast Guard (in continuation of Parliamentary Paper, No. 288, of Session 1861):-And, Cottages, for the Building whereof Contracts may have been made

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Dockyard Officers, &c. : 191. Return of Officers and Workmen employed in the several Dockyards, setting forth

their Ranks, Grades, Rates of Pay, and the Number of Persons in each Rank and Grade respectively

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Dockyards : 409. Admiralty Order as to the Rule of Promotion in Her Majesty's Dockyards, limiting the Age and Promotion of Officers

169 Dockyards and Steam Factories : 432. Balance Sheets showing the Cost of Manufacturing Articles in the Workshops

of the several Dockyards and Steam Factories, for the Year 1861-62 175

Health of the Navy: 183. Statistical Report of the Health of the Navy, for 1860

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[ACCOUNT of NavAĻ OLD STORE Moneys and Extra Receipts in 1862;

and STATEMENT of Cases of NAVAL EXPENDITURE in the Quarter ended 31 March
1862, to which the Treasury sanction may have been obtained.]

(PRESENTED TO PARLIAMENT BY COMMAND OF HER MAJESTY.)

Ordered, by The House of Commons, to be Printed,

12 February 1863.

AN ESTIMATE of the Sums required to meet the Expenses which may be

and Decrease, as compared with the Sums voted for

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Coast GUARD SERVICE, ROYAL NAVAL COAST VOLUNTEERS, and ROYAL

Naval RESERVE

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Wages to ARTIFICERS, &c., employed in Her Majesty's Establishments at Home
Wages to ARTIFICERS, &c., employed in Her Majesty's Establishments Abroad -

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Naval Stores for the Building, Repair and Outfit of the Fleet; Steam
Machinery; and Ships built by Contract:

Section 1. Storekeeper General of the Navy
Section II. Controller of the Navy

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HALF PAY, Reserved Half Pay und Retired Pay to Officers of the Navy and Royal

Marines

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incurred in the NAVAL DEPARTMENT, in the Year 1863-64, showing the Increase the preceding Year, under the following Heads; viz.

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£. 2,261,501

2,221,772

To provide for Miscellaneous Pay and Allowances ; viz.-

Established Additional Pay and Allowances to Officers and Seamen £.

to be employed in Her Majesty's Fleet and Coast Guard Service,

including Table Money to Flag Officers, and Command Money 97,211

allowed to Captains, Commanders, and Lieutenants when in com-

mand of Her Majesty's Ships

Special Pay and Allowances to Officers and other Persons to be em-7

ployed on particular Services

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14,798

112,009

110,965

(For details, see APPENDIX, page 90.)

To provide for Good Conduct Pay to Petty Officers and Seamen, after certain periods

of Service; and for Gratuities to Petty Officers and Seamen, Non-commissioned

Officers and Privates of Royal Marines, for distinguished Gallantry in Action ; 33,250

30,700

also, für Gratuities in Aid of an Outfit to Petty Officers, who may be promoted to

be Warrant Officers

To provide for raising Men for the fleet, and for any Arrears of Bounty to Seamen

volunteering into the Navy

2,000

5,000 -

To provide for Gratuitous Issues of Bedding to Seamen and Boys

To provide for a Commuted Allowance in lieu of Gratuitous Issues of Clothing to

Seamen and Boys

Provided for under

Vote, No. 2.

40,100

To provide for Gratuitous Issues of Clothing to Seamen, Boys, and Marines for

Coaling Her Majesty's Steam Vessels -

To provide for Seamen's Clothing, Tobacco, and Soap, for the year 1863–64

ditto

82,117

TOTAL Wages, &c., to SEAMEN in FLEET

and Coast GUARD SERVICE

£. 2,408,760 2,490,654

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