The Navy List (Google eBook)

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H.M. Stationery Office, 1850
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Page 122 - Licence and doth not authorize, and shall not be deemed or construed to authorize, the assumption of any style, appellation, rank, precedence, or privilege appertaining unto a Knight Bachelor of these realms.
Page 122 - His consent upon the occasion, he shall then signify the same to His Majesty's Principal Secretary of State for the Home Department, in order that he may cause the usual Warrant to be prepared for the Royal Sign Manual, and take such other steps as may be necessary for carrying His Majesty's pleasure into effect accordingly. 4th. That when the Warrant is signed by the King, it shall be announced in the ' Gazette' in the usual manner, and registered in His Majesty's College of Arms.
Page 122 - That no British subjects shall accept a Foreign Order, or wear its Insignia, without having previously obtained a Warrant under the Royal Sign Manual (directed to the Earl Marshal of England), granting them His Majesty's permission to accept and wear the same.
Page 114 - Order and wear the insignia thereof, he shall signify the same to Her Majesty's Principal Secretary of State for the Home Department, in order that he may cause the warrant required by Clause 1 to be prepared for the Royal Sign Manual.
Page 115 - ... by increase of rank in the foreign service or in the service of his own country, or any other distinctive mark of honour strictly consequent upon the acceptance of the original Order, and common to every person upon whom such Order is conferred.
Page 122 - NB Before the Principal Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs takes the Prince Regent's pleasure, on any application for an Officer in the Army to be permitted to accept a Foreign Order, he causes the same to be referred to the Commander-in-Chief, through his...
Page 122 - Majesty could be allowed to accept the Insignia of a Foreign Order from any Sovereign of a Foreign State, except they shall be so conferred in consequence of active and distinguished services before the Enemy, either at Sea or in the Field...
Page 123 - Sovereign for services rendered according to tho purport of clause 2 of these Regulations. They must be rather considered as personal favours bestowed on British subjects by British Sovereigns, and as having no reference to services rendered to the Foreign Crown of Hanover.
Page 192 - Rates, to comprise Her Majesty's other Yachts, and all such Vessels as may bear the Flag or Pendant of any Admiral Superintendent or Captain Superintendent of one of Her Majesty's...
Page 190 - Rated Ships, that is to say, Ships registered on the List of the Royal Navy, under one of the six following Rates, First Rates, to...

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