General Register of the United States Navy and Marine Corps: Arranged in Alphabetical Order, for One Hundred Years (1782 to 1882) ... Including Volunteer Officers ... with a Sketch of the Navy from 1775 to 1798 ...
Thomas Holdup Stevens Hamersly
W.K. Boyle, Printer, 1882 - Sailors - 942 pages
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12 March 14 September 16 January 16 July 18 April 18 December 18 June 19 October 20 June 21 March 22 September 24 January 25 July 25 November 26 August 28 February 28 October 30 November 31 December 9 December 9 June Acting Assistant Paymaster Acting Assistant Surgeon Acting Ensign Acting First Assistant Acting Gunner Acting Master Acting Midshipman Acting Second Assistant Acting Third Assistant Acting Volunteer Lieutenant appearance on Records Appointed Midshipman Appointment revoked Sick Boatswain Built Captain Carpenter Charles Chief Engineer Commander Commodore Died discharged 12 Dismissed Edward George Graduated June Henry Honorably discharged Honorably discharged 20 James John Joseph Last appearance Lieutenant-Commander Mate Navy Department Paddle Passed Assistant Surgeon Passed Midshipman Peace Establishment Act Purchased Purser Records of Navy Reserved list Resigned 18 Resigned 20 Resigned 9 Retired list Robert Sailmaker Samuel Screw Second Assistant Engineer Second Lieutenant Sold tember Third Assistant Engineer Thomas William
Page 6 - States ; to consist of three commissioners, not members of Congress, and two members of Congress, any three of whom to form a board for the despatch of business...
Page 13 - Will it not, then, be advisable to begin, without delay, to provide and lay up the materials for the building and equipping of ships of war, and to proceed in the work by degrees, in proportion as our resources shall render it practicable without inconvenience ; so that a future war of Europe may not find our commerce in the same unprotected stute in which it was found by the present ? Congress have repeatedly, and not without success, directed their attention to the encouragement of manufactures.
Page 13 - To an active external commerce, the protection of a naval force is indispensable. This is manifest with regard to wars in which a state is itself a party. But besides this, it is in our own experience, that the most sincere neutrality is not a sufficient guard against the depredations of nations at war. To secure respect to a neutral flag, requires a naval force, organized and ready...