The Navy List (Google eBook)

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H.M. Stationery Office, 1869
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Page 145 - The Queen has been pleased to direct that the following Regulations respecting Foreign Orders and Medals shall be substituted for those now in force: REGULATIONS RESPECTING FOREIGN ORDERS. 1. No Subject of Her Majesty shall accept a Foreign Order from the Sovereign of any foreign country, or wear the Insignia thereof, without having
Page 173 - 6. On the passing of this Act the Act of the Session of the twenty-fourth and twenty-fifth years of Her Majesty (chapter one hundred and
Page 173 - Reserve to the Royal Navy,' shall be repealed ; but this repeal shall not affect the past operation of the said Act, or the validity of any. thing already done, or any right, title, obligation, or liability already accrued thereUnder.
Page 151 - the Gazette, stating the service for which the Foreign Order has been conferred. 7. The Warrant signifying Her Majesty's permission, may, at the request and at the expense of the person who has , obtained It, be registered in the College of Arms. 8. Every such Warrant as aforesaid shall contain a Clause providing that Her Majesty's licence and permission
Page 357 - the left breast. ThIrdly¿—It Is ordained that the names of those upon whom We may be pleased to confer the decoration shall be published in the ‘ London Gazette,
Page 151 - The Queen has been pleased to direct that the following Regulations respecting Foreign Orders and Medals shall be substituted for those now in force: REGULATIONS RESPECTING FOREIGN ORDERS. 1. No Subject of Her Majesty shall accept a Foreign Order from the
Page 151 - of active and distinguished Service before the Enemy, either at Sea or in the Field ; or unless he shall have been actually and entirely employed, beyond Her Majesty's dominions, in the
Page 151 - such application, and shall have obtained Her Majesty's permission for the person in whose favour it has been made to accept the Foreign Order, ‘ and wear the Insignia thereof, he shall signify the same to Her
Page 456 - JUNE, 1851. Her Majesty, by Her Order in Council of June 25th, 1851, having been graciously pleased to sanction certain arrangements proposed by the Board of Admiralty, with a view to the general benefit of the Naval Service, and, at the same time, the
Page 459 - COMMANDERS. The number of Commanders on the Active List will be reduced to a number not permanently exceeding 450, and the reduction will be effected thus 1st. By selecting 50 Commanders to be Captains, as above specified. 2nd. By increasing to 100 the List of Commanders promoted to the rank of Retired Captain under the Order in Council

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