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PENSIONS FOR CONSPICUOUS BRAVERY:
The Pensions to Warrant and Petty Officers, Seamen, and Marines, who

have received the Decoration of the 6 Victoria Cross” for the “ Merit of
Conspicuous Bravery,” for the year 1862–63, amounted to
Abate, Amount of Pensions ceased between the 1st December 1861 and 30th
November 1862

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£. Add,- Pensions granted within the year, viz:

To William Odgers, captain's coxswain Note.—The names of the other Pensioners were given on the Navy Estimates for the year 1858-59, page 99, and 1862-63, page 84.

£.

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FLAG OFFICERS' RETIRED SERVICE PENSIONS:
Flag Officers on Reserved Half-pay in receipt of Retired Service Pensions,
granted in pursuance of Her Majesty's Order in Council, 25th June 1851, viz. :
Admiral the Hon. George Elliott, C.B.

Sir Edward Tucker, K.C.B.
Sir John Louis, Bart.
Manley Hall Dixon
William Bowen Mends

Sir Henry Prescott, K.C.B.
Vice-Admiral Edward Collier, C.B. -

William Walpole
William J. Mingaye
George F. Rich

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COMMISSIONED AND WARRANT OFFICERS:

36,202

For Pensions to Commissioned and Warrant Officers, &c., as voted in the

Estimates for 1862-63, amounted to
Abate,—Amount of Pensions ceased between the 1st December 1861 and the

30th November 1862

36,202

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Add,-Pensions granted between the 1st December 1861 and the 30th November 1862; viz.

To Captain William C. Aldham, C.B., for wounds received from Banditti

in Mexico To Mr. H. L. Kelly, Master, for injuries received on board Her Majesty's

ship Urgent,” in 1857
Additional Pension of 2 s. 6 d. per diem to Commander William M.

Sanctuary, for injury to left eye received in the service; in addition to
a Pension of 2 s. 61. a day for loss of right eye while engaged in the

naval batteries before Sebastopol
To Four Engineers and Assistant Engineers, Nineteen Gunners, Fourteen

Boatswains, and Thirteen Carpenters, varying from 24 l. to 100 l.

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Number of Pensioners of each Class paid out of the above sum:
Flag Officer

1

Lieutenant-Colonel 1
Captains

Royal
16
Marines.
Captains

4
Commanders - 19

Lieutenants

9
Commissioned
Lieutenants

48
Gunners

- 137
Masters -
Officers.

10 Warrant
Boatswains

- 104
Second Masters

2 Officers. Mate

Carpenters

· 126
I
Surgeons
2 Engineers

27
Paymasters

4
Cooks

77

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The Pensions to the Widows and Relatives of Officers drowned, &c., as voted

in the Estimates for 1862-63, amounted to Abate,--Amount of Pensions ceased between the 1st December 1861 and 30th

November 1862

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WIDOWS OF NAVAL OFFICERS:
For Pensions to Widow's of Flag Officers, Captains, Commanders, Secretaries,

Lieutenants, Masters, Chaplains, Naval Instructors, Engineers, and

Warrant Officers
For Pensions to Widows of Medical Officers and Paymasters -

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Pensions to the Widows of General Officers, Colonels, Lieutenant-Colonels,

Captains, Lieutenants, Surgeons, and Assistant Surgeons

£.

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Number of Pensioners of each Class paid out of the above sum :
General Officers 10 Surgeon

1
Colonels

8 Assistant Surgeons 5
To Widows of Lieut.-Colonels 10
Captains

81
Total

223
Lieutenants . 108

No. 15.- MILITARY PENSIONS AND ALLOWANCES- continued.

REQUIRED

for the Service of the Year

1863/64.

LAST POTE

for the Financial Year

1862/63.

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COMPASSIONATE LIST :
Allowances to the Children of Naval and Medical Officers who may be placed on the
Compassionate List

£.

S. d.

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BOUNTY TO CHAPLAINS: For paying a Bounty of 2 s. 6 d. a day to a Chaplain who has served from four to seven years on board any of Her Majesty's Ships of War

£.

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PENSIONS TO OLD AND DISABLED COMMISSIONED OFFICERS: (Originally paid ont of the Funds of Greenwich Hospital, under Act 46 Geo, 3,

Cap. 100, Sec. 1 (1806).) Pepsions to Commissioned Officers on account of Age, Infirmity, or Wounds, and not provided for in Greenwich Hospital, viz. :

£. 10 Captains, at 80 l. a year each

800 15 Commanders, at 65 l. ditto

975 49 Lieutenants, at 50 l. ditto 1 Ditto, at 44 l. 14 s.

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PENSIONS AND GRATUITIES TO SEAMEN AND MARINES:
For Pensions to Petty Officers, Seamen and Marines, for Service, or for Wounds or

Hurts received in the Service, not provided for in Greenwich Hospital, varying
from 31. to 57 l. a year:-

7,386 Petty Officers and Seamen (including 170 Short £. Service Pensions)

146,086 18 5,153 Marines

83,670 12

s. d.

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To provide for increased rutes of Pensions; for new admissions on the list in place of

Pensioners deceased ; and for arrears to Pensioners serving afloat
For long Service Medal Gratuities to Petty Officers on Pension ; and for Gratuities

to Seamen and Marines invalided from or injured in the Service, not entitled to

Pension
For Annuities to Serjeants of Marines, for distinguished or meritorious Services, in

addition to their Pensions

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No, 16.

CIVIL PENSIONS AND ALLOWANCES.

REQUIRED

for the Service of the Year

1863/64.

LAST VOTE

for the Financial Year

1862/63.

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For SUPERANNUATIONS and Pensions granted to Persons formerly employed in

the Civil Establishments of the Navy, as shown in the Estimates for 1862/63,

amounting to Abate, Amount of Pensions ceased between the 1st December 1861 and the

30th November 1862

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Add,- Pensions granted between the 1st December 1861 and the 39th November 1862.

ON SUPERANNUATION:

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