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MEDICAL INSPECTORS.

CHAPLAINS.
State from Retirement

(Rank with Colonel in Army.)
Name.
which appointed. date.

State from Retirement Franklin Rogers. .Penn.July 29, 1912 Name.

which appointed. date. James R. Waggener....Ky.... Oct. 20, 1908 Wesley 0. Holway.. Me.... June 9, 1901 Thomas H. Streets .... Penn. Nov. 20, 1909 David H. Tribou........Me... Sept. 16, 1910 Manly H. Simons. ..Ohio. .July 10, 1911 Henry H. Clark.

Me.... Mar, 6, 1907 John W. Boyd. .......S. C.. Dec. 24, 1912 Adam A McAlister.....Cal... Mar. 2, 1903 George E. H. Harmon..Md...Mar. 5, 1910 (Rank with Lieutenant-Colonel in Army.) Howard Wells ......Penn. Sept. 17, 1911

Thomas A. Gill.........Penn..Feb. 8, 1902 Daniel N. Bertolette.... Penn.Jan. 22, 1913

Sylvester D. Boorom....N. Y..Nov. 14, 1902 Ezra Z. Dorr...... .Md...Jan. 12, 1913 Alfred L. Royce........ Wis... Mar. 4, 1908 Frank B. Stephenson..Penn. Mar. 28, 1910 William F. Morrison. ....Md... Oct. 25, 1912 Presley M. Rixey.......Va...July 14, 1914 Frank Thompson. .La... .July 14, 1918 Walter G. McClurg....Penn.Feb. 4, 1914 Roswell R. Hoes.. .N. Y. Feb. 25, 1912 PAY DIRECTORS.

Carroll Q. Wright.. ....Penn..Nov. 6, 1918

PROFESSORS OF MATHEMATICS. (Rank with Colonel in Army)

(Rank with Colonel in Army.) Charles H. Eldredge....N. Y.Sept. 21, 1901

W. W. Hendrickson. ....Ohio.June 21, 1906 Henry M. Denniston...N. Y.June 13, 1902

Marshall Oliver.........N. Y. April 25, 1905 Frank C. Cosby.......... Ky... April 10, 1902

Stimson J. Brown.......N. Y..Sept. 7, 1916 Albert S. Kenny ...Vt....Jan. 19, 1903

(Rank with Lieutenant-Colonel in Army.) Edward Bellows ........N. H. April 28, 1902

Edward K. Rawson.....N. Y..Feb. 21, 1908 Arthur Burtis ..........N. Y.June 29, 1903

Philip R. Alger......At large. Sept. 29, 1921 Edwin Putnam

.Me... Sept. 28, 1902

Omenzo G. Dodge. ......Kan...June 1, 1918 Robert P. Lisle. .Penn. Aug. 28, 1904 Leonard A. Frailey. ..D. C.. Aug. 8, 1905

NAVAL CONSTRUCTORS. George A. Hendee......Mass. June 30, 1903

(Rank with Colonel in Army.) Henry T. Wright......Wis..Feb. 6, 1905 Daniel A. Smith.......N. H. Aug. 27, 1901

Philip Hichborn........Cal....Mar. 4, 1901 Albert W. Bacon...... Penn..Jan. 6, 1903 John F. Hanscom....... Mass..May 21, 1904

Francis T. Bowles......Mass... Oct. 7, 1920 PAY INSPECTORS.

Joseph H. Linnard...... Penn. Sept. 27, 1922

Joseph J. Woodward..At large. Oct. 2, 1922 (Rank with Lieutenant-Colonel in Army.)

(Rank with Lieutenant-Colonel in Army.) Joseph Foster.

.N. H.June 17, 1903

David W. Taylor....... Va....Mar. 4, 1926 Theodore S. Thompson..Mass.. Nov. 6, 1902 Albert W. Stahl. ......N. Y..May 12, 1918 William J. Thomson....Md.. April 27, 1903 William J. Baxter......Ohio... Oct. 19, 1920 Henry G. Colby.

Vt....Mar. 4, 1901

Washington L. Capps...Va....Jan. 31, 1926 John B. Redfield.. Mich. April 13, 1904 Lloyd Bankson.. .Penn.Nov. 15, 1919 Ichabod G. Hobbs.. ...Me... Mar. 13, 1905

CIVIL ENGINEERS. J. Porter Loomis.

Penn.. Mar. 5, 1901 H. T. B. Harris.... ..N. Y..April 5, 1905 (Rank with Colonel in Army.) Stephen Rand... .N. H..May 11, 1906 Peter C. Asserson... .Va.....Jan. 5, 1901 Lawrence G. Boggs.....D. C..April 5, 1908 Mordecai T. Endicott...N. J..Nov. 26, 1906 Samuel R. Colhoun.. ..Penn..May 2, 1908 (Rank with Lieutenant-Colonel in Army.) Josiah R. Stanton.......N. Y...Mar. 4, 1911 Franklin C. Prindle.....Penn..July 8, 1903 James A. King.

. Mass. Sept. 15, 1909 Ulysses S. G. White. ....Ohio..Oct. 20, 1910 In addition to those previously named there are 170 lieutenant-commanders, 300 lieutenants, 105 lieutenants (junior grade), 111 ensigns, 112 naval cadets, 55 surgeons, 39 passed assistant surgeons, 54 assistant surgeons, 40 paymasters, 30 passed assistant paymasters, 36 assistant paymasters, 13 chaplains with rank of lieutenant, 5 professors of mathematics with rank of lieutenant, 25 naval constructors and assistant naval constructors with rank of captain, commander and lieutenant, 2 civil engineers with rank of lieutenant-commander, 4 with rank of lieutenant and 11 with rank of lieutenant (junior grade); 73 boatswains, 71 gunners, 46 carpenters, 11 sailmakers, 100 warrant machinists, 25 pharmacists, 9 mates and 1 secretary to the admiral.

MARINE CORPS OF THE NAVY. COMMANDANT.-Brigadier-General Charles Heywood, New-York.

GENERAL STAFF.-Colonel George C. Reid, adjutant and inspector; Colonel Frank L. Denny, quartermaster; Colonel Green Clay Goodloe, paymaster; Major Charles H. Laucheimer,' assistant adjutant and inspector; Major Thumas C. Prince, assistant quartermaster; Major Charles L. McCawley, assistant quartermaster; Major George Richards, assistant paymaster; Captains Cyrus S. Radford, William B. Lemly and R. P. Faunt Le Roy, assistant quartermasters.

COLONELS. — James Forney, Percival C. Pope, Robert L. Meade, Henry C. Cochrane and Francis H. Harrington.

LIEUTENANT-COLONELS-Mancil C. Goodrell, George F. Elliott, Allan C. Kelton, Benjamin R. Russell and Otway C. Berryman,

In addition there are 10 majors, 60 captains, 60 first lieutenants and 46 second lieutenants.

NAVY PAY TABLE. Section 13 of the Navy Personnel bill, which became a law on March 3, 1899, provided that "after June 30, 1899, commissioned officers of the line of the Navy and of the Medical and Pay Corps shall receive the same pay and allowances, except forage, as are or may be provided by or in pursuance of law for officers of corresponding rank in the Army: Provided, that such officers when on shore duty shall receive the allow

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ances, but 15 per centum less pay than when on sea duty; but this provision shall not apply to warrant officers commissioned under Section 12 of this act. Provided further, that when naval officers are detailed for shore duty beyond seas they shall receive the same pay and allowances as are or may be provided by or in pursuance of law for officers of the Army detailed for duty in similar places. The pay of officers of the Army of and below the rank of colonel is increased 10 per cent for each five years of service in the grade, until the increase amounts to 40 per cent of the original pay, when no further increase may be made. The pay of a retired officer is 75 per cent of the highest pay of his grade on the active list.

The relative rank between officers of the Navy (whether on the active or retired list) and officers of the Army is as follows: Admiral with general, rear-admiral with major-general, captain with colonel, commander with lieutenant-colonel, lieutenantcommander with major, lieutenant with captain, lieutenant of junior grade with first lieutenant, ensign with second lieutenant. The following is the pay table: Sea duty

Sea duty or shore

or shore duty On

duty

On beyond shore.

beyond shore. sea.

sea. *NAVY (LINE).

Chief boatswains, gunAdmiral

$13,500 $13,500 ners, carpenters, sailRear-Admirals:

makers

$1,400 $1,400 First nine 7,500 6,375 Cadets

950

500 Second nine

5,500 4,675 MARINE CORPS. Chiefs of Bureau...... 5,500 Brigadier-General

5,500 Сар ains 3,500 2,975 Colonels

3,500 3,500 Judge Advocate-Gen'l.

3,500 Lieutenant-Colonels

3,000 3,000 Commanders 3,000 2,550 Majors

2,500 2,500 Lieut.-Commanders 2,500 2,125 Captains (line).

1,800 1,800 Lieutenants 1,800 1,530 Captains (staff)

2,000 2,000 Lieuts. (junior grade).. 1,500 1,275 First lieutenants.

1,500 1,500 Ensigns 1,400 1,190 Second lieutenants..

1,400 1,400 Leader of band..

1,500 1,500 NAVY (STAFF). Chaplains.-First five years at sea, $2,500; shore duty, $2,000; leave or waiting orders, $1,600. Second five years, $2,800, $2,300, $1,900.

Professors of Mathematics.-First five years, at sea or shore duty, $2,400; leave or waiting orders, $1,500. Second five years. $2,700, $2,700, $1,800. Third five years, $3,000, $3,000, $2,100. Fourth five years and thereafter, $3,500, $3,500, $2,600.

Civil Engineers.-Same as professors of mathematics.

Naval Constructors.-First five years, on duty, $3,200; on leave or waiting orders, $2,200. Second five years, $3,400, $2,400. Third five years, $3,700, $2,700. Fourth five years, $4,000, $3,000. After twenty years, $4,200, $3,200.

Assistant Navai Constructors.-First four years, $2,000.

Warrant officers (boatswains, carpenters, gunners, sailmakers and machinists). First three years, at sea, $1,200; shore duty, $900; leave or waiting orders, $700. Second three years, $1,300, $1,000, $800. Third three years, $1,400, $1,300, $900. Fourth three years, $1,600, $1,300, $1,000. After twelve years, $1,800, $1,600, $1,200.

Mates (in service August 1, 1894).–At sea, $1,200; shore duty, $900; leave or waiting orders, $700. (Appointed since August 1, 1894.) At sea, $900; shore duty, $700; leave or waiting orders, $500.

U. S. NAVAL ACADEMY. STUDENTS AND COURSE.-The students of the United States Naval Academy at Annapolis, Md., are styled Naval Cadets. One cadet is allowed for each member or delegate of the House of Representatives, one for the District of Columbia, and ten at large. No more than ten appointed at large are allowed in the Academy at any one time. The course of study is six years, four years at the Academy and two at sea, at the end of which time the cadet returns to the Academy for final graduation. The district then becomes vacant on completion of the cadet's four years' course at the Naval Acad

NOMINATIONS.—The Secretary of the Navy, as soon after March 5 in each year as possible, notifies in writing each member or delegate of the House of Representatives of any vacancy in his district. The nomination of a candidate to fill the vacancy is made on the recommendation of the member or delegate, if such recommendation is made by July 1 of that year; but if it is not made by that time, the Secretary of the Navy shall åii the vacancy by appointment of an actual resident of the district in which the vacancy exists, who shall have been for at least two years immediately preceding the date of his appointment an actual and bona fide resident of the district in which the vacancy exists and of the legal qualification under the law as now provided. The candidate allowed for the District of Columbia and all the candidates appointed at large are selected by the President. Candidates allowed for Congressional districts, for Territories and for the District of Columbia must be actual residents of the districts or Territories from which they are nominated. And all candidates must, at the time of their examination for admission. be between the ages of fifteen and twenty, physically sound, well formed and of robust constitution.

*Officers of the Pay and Medical Corps receive the same pay as other officers with whom they rank.

ENTRANCE EXAMINATION.-Candidates nominated in time to enable them to reach the Academy by May 15 receive permission to present themselves on that date to the Superintendent for examination for admission. Those not nominated in time to present themselves at the May examination are examined on the 1st of September following. When either of the above dates falls on Sunday, the candidates present themselves on the Monday following. Candidates are required to enter the Academy immediately after passing the prescribed examinations. No leave of absence is granted to cadets of the fourth class,

GRADUATE APPOINTMENTS.-Appointments to fill all vacancies that may occur during a year in the lower grades of the line of the Navy and of the Marine Corps are made from the Nava Cadets, graduates of the year, at the conclusion of their six years' course, in the order of merit as determined by the Academic Board. At least fifteen appointments from such graduates will be made each year. To surplus graduates who do not receive such appointments will be given a certificate of graduation, an honorable discharge and one year's sea pay, as provided for Naval Cadets.

VESSELS OF THE NAVY. In the following tables “B. L. R." means

ARMORED CRUISERS. breech loading rifles; "M. L. R.," muzzle

4BROOKLYN-D.. 9,215; speed, 21.9 loading rifles; 'S. B.," smoothbore guns;

knots; armament, 8 8-in. B. L. R.; 12 5"B. L. H., breech loading howitzers;_"S.

in. R. F. B. L. Ř.; 12 6-pdr., 4 1-pdr. R. B. H.,” smoothbore howitzers; "R. F.,

F.; 4 Colts and 2 field guns; 4 T. rapid firing guns; “H. R. C.," Hotchkiss

Launched Oct., 1895. revolving cannon; "R. F. B. L. R.,” rapid

4CALIFORNIA-D., 13,800; speed, 22 firing breech loading rifles; "mm.,” milli

knots; armament, 48-in. B. Le R., 146metre, or 39–1,000ths of an inch; “D.,"

in. R. F., 18_3-in. R. F., 12 3-pdr. R. F., displacement in tons; "T.," torpedo tubes;

8. 1-pdr. R. F., 2 3-in. R. F. field, 2 maSTriple screw; Twin screw; 5Captured in

chine, 6 auto., 2 T. Building. Spanish-American War.

*COLORADO-Same as California. BATTLESHIPS-FIRST CLASS.

MARYLAND-Same as California. 4ALABAMA-D., 11,565; speed, 16 knots; 4NEBRASKA-Same as California. armament, 4 13-in. B. L. R.; 14 6-in. R. 'NEW-YORK-D., 8,200; speed, 21 knots; F., 16 6-pdr. R. F., 61-pdr. R. F., 2 3-in. armament, 6 8-in. 'B. L. R.; 12 4-in. R. F. R. F. field and 4 Colts; 4 T. Launched B. L. R.; 8 6-pdr., 2 1-pdr. R. F.; 4 Colts, May, 1898.

2 field guns, 2 T. Launched Dec., 1891. 4GEORGIA-D., 15,320; speed, 19 knots;

4SOUTH DAKOTA-Same as California. armament, 4 12-in. B. L. R., 8 8-in. B. *WEST VIRGINIA-Same as California. L. R., 12 6-in. B. L. R., 12 3-in. R. F.,

DOUBLE-TURRET MONITORS. 12 3-pdr. R. F., 8 1-pdr. R. F., 2 3-in. field, 2 machine, 6 auto. guns, 2 T. Build

AMPHITRITE-D., 3,990; speed, 10.5 ing.

knots; armament, 4 10-in. B. L. R.; 2 AILLINOIS-Same as Alabama; 4 T.

4-in., 2 6-pdr., 2 3-pdr. R. F.; 2 37-mm. Launched Oct., 1898.

H. R. C.; 5 1-pdr. H. R. C. Launched 4INDIANA-D., 10,810; speed, 15.5

June, 1893.

4MIANTONOMOH-D., 3,990; speed, 10.5 knots; armament, 4 13-in., 88-in., 4 6-in. B. L. R.; 20 6-pdr., 7 1-pdr. R. F., 2 T. knots; armament, 4 10-in. B. L. R.; 2 Launched Feb., 1893.

6-pdr., 2 3-pdr. R. F.; 6 1-pdr. R. F.;

knots; 4IOWA-D., 11,340; speed, 17

1 Gatling. Launched Dec., 1876.

4MONADNOCK-D., armament, 4 12-in., 8 8-in. B. L. R.; 6

3,990;

speed, 12 4-in. R. F. B. L. R.; 20 6-pdr., 4 1-pdr. knots; armament, same as Miantonomoh; Ř. F.; 4 Colts and 2 field guns; 4 T.

also 2 4-in. R. F. B. L. R. and 2 37-mm. Launched March. 1896.

H. R. C. Launched Sept., 1883. 4KEARSARGE-D., 11,565; speed, 16

4 MONTEREY-D., 4,084; speed, 13.6 knots; armament, 4 13-in. and 4 8-in. B.

knots; armament, 2 12-in., 2 10-in. B. L. L. R.; 14 5-in., 20 6-pdr. and 6 1-pdr. R.

R.; 6 6-pdr., 4 1-pdr. R. F.; 2 Gatlings. F.; 4 Colts and 2 field

guns; 4.

Launched April, 1891.

T. Launched March, 1898.

4PURITAN-D., 6,060; speed, 12.4 knots; 4KENTUCKY-Same as Kearsarge.

armanent, 4 12-in. B. L. R.; 6 4-in. R. MAINE-D., 12,500; speed, 18 knots;

F. B. L. R.; 6_6-pdr., 2_1-pdr. R. F.; 2

37-mm. R. C. Launched Dec., 1882. same armament as Missouri. 4MASSACHUSETTS-D., 10,810; speed,

4 TERROR-D., 3,990; speed, 12 knots; 16.2 knots; armament, same as Indiana; 2

armanent, same as Miantonomoh, Launched

March, 1883. T. Launched June, 1893.

4 MISSOURI-D., 12,500; speed, 18 knots; SINGLE TURRET HARBOR DEFENCE armament, 4 12-in. B. L. R.; 16 6-in. R.

MONITORS. F., 16 1-pdr. R. F.; 4 1-pdr. auto. ; 2 1-pdr. ARKANSAS-D., 3,235;

speed, 11.5 R. F.; 2 Colts; 2 3-in. Ř. F. field; 2. T. knots; armament, 2 12-in. B. L. R.; 4

4NEW-JERSEY—Same as Georgia, 4-in. R. F.; 3 6-pdr. R. F.; 5 1-pdr. R. F. 4OHIO-Same as Missuri.

Building. 4OREGON-Same as Indiana, except D., FLORIDA-Same as Arkansas. 11,000. Launched Oct., 1893.

NEVADA-Same as Arkansas. 4 PENNSYLVANIA-Same as Georgia. WYOMING-Same as Arkansas. RHODE ISLAND-Same as Georgia. LOW FREEBOARD SINGLE TURRET 4WISCONSIN-Same as Alabama.

MONITORS (BUILT IN 1862). BATTLESHIPS-SECOND CLASS. 'CANONICUS-Iron; D., 2,100; speed, 6 4TEXAS-D., 6,315; speed, 17.8 knots; knots; armament, 2 15-in. s. B.; 2 12-pdr. armament, 2 12-in., 66-in. B. L. R.; 12 howitzers. 6-pdr., 61-pdr., 4 37-mm.; 2 Colts; 1 CATSKILL-Iron; D., 1,875; speed, 6 field; 2 T. Launched June, 1892.

knots; armament, 2 15-in. S. B.

VESSELS OF THE NAVY.

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JASON-Same as Catskill.

4GALVESTON—Same as Chattanooga. LEHIGH-Same as Catskill.

NEW ORLEANS-Same as Albany. MAHOPAC-Iron; D., 2,100; speed and Launched Dec., 1896. armament same as Canonicus.

*TACOMA-Same as Chattanooga. MANHATTAN-Same as Mahopac.

UNPROTECTED STEEL CRUISERS. MONTAUK--Same as Catskill. NAHANT-Same as Catskill.

4DETROIT-D., 2,089; speed, 18.7 knots;

armament, 10 5-in. R. F. B. L, R.; 6 HARBOR DEFENCE RAM.

6-pdr., 2 1-pdr. R. F.; 2 Colts; 1 field; *KATAHDIN-D., 2,155; speed, 16.11

2 T. Launched Oct., 1891. knots; armament, 4 6-pdr. R. F. Launched

4MARBLEHEAD - D., 2,089; speed, 1893.

18.44 knots; armament, 10 5-in. R. F.;

6 6-pdr., 2 1-pdr. R. F.; 2 Colts; 2 T. PROTECTED STEEL CRUISERS.

Launched Aug., 1892. ATLANTA-D., 3,000; speed, 15.6 knots; 4MONTGOMERY-D., 2,089; speed, 19 armament, 6 6-in. R. F.; 2 8-in. B. L. knots; armament, 10 5-in. R. F.; 6 R.; 2 6-pdr., 2 3-in. and 4 1-pdr. R. F.; 6-pdr., 21-pdr. R. F.; 2 Colts; 2 T. 2 Colts. Launched Oct., 1884.

Launched Dec., 1891. 4BALTIMORE-D., 4,570; speed, 20,096 GREINA MERCEDES-D., 3,090; speed, knots; armament, 4 8-in., 6.6-in. B. L. R.; 17.5 knots. Built 1887. 4 6-pdr., 2 3-pdr., 2. 1-pdr. R. F.; 4 37

UNARMORED STEEL GUNBOATS. mm. R. C.; 2 Colts. Launched Oct., 1888. *BANCROFT-D., 839; speed, 14.4 knots;

BOSTON-D., 3,035; speed, 15.6 knots; armament, 4 4-in. R. F. B. L. R.; S armament, 6 &-in., 2 8-in. B. L. R.; 2 3-pdr., 1' 1-pdr. R. F.; 1 Colt; 1 T. 6-pdr., 2 3-pdr., 2 i-pdr., 2 47-mm. H. R. Launched April, 1892. C., 2 37-mm. H. R. C., 2 Gatlings.

*BENNINGTON.-D., 1,710; speed, 17.5 Launched Dec., 1884.

knots; armament, 6 6-in. B. L. R.; 2 64CHARLESTON-D., 9,700; speed, 22 pdr., 2 3-pdr. R. F.; 2 37-mm. H. R. C.; 2 knots; armament, 14 6-in. R. F. B. L. R.; Gatlings. Launched June, 1890. 18 3-in. R. F.; 12 3-pdr. semi-auto.; 2 3- *CASTINE.-D., 1,177; speed, 16 knots; in. field; 2 machine; 8 auto., 30 caliber. armament, same as Machias. Launched Building.

May, 1892. CHICAGO-D., 5,000; speed, 18 knots; 4CONCORD-D., 1,710; speed, 16.8 knots; armament, 4 8-in., 14 5-in. R. F.; 7 6- armament, 6 6-in. B. L. R.; 2 6-pdr., 2 pdr., 2 1-pdr. R. F.; 2 Colts; 1 field gun. 3-pdr. R. F.; 2 37-mm. H. R. C.; 2 GatLaunched Dec., 1885.

lings. Launched March, 1896. 4CINCINNATI-D., 3,213; speed, 19 5DON JUAN DE AUSTRIA-D., 1,130; knots; armament, 11'5-in. R. F. B. L. R.; speed, 14 knots. Launched 1887. 8 6-pdr., 2 1-pdr., 1 3-in. R. F.; 2 Colts. 5GENERAL ALAVA-D., 1,390; speed, Launched Nov., 1892.

10.5 knots; armament, 2 42-mm., 4 11-mm. 3COLUMBIA-D., 7,375; speed, 22.8 R. F. knots; armament, 1 8-in. B. L. R.; 2 6-in.,

BISLA DE CUBA-D., 1,030; speed, 14 8 4-in. R. F. B. L. R.; 12 6-pdr., 2 1-knots; armament, 6 4.7-in. R. F.; 4 6pdr. R. F.; 2 Colts; 1 field gun; 4 T. pdr.; 4 Nordenfeldts. Launched July, 1892.

GISLA DE LUZON-Same as the Isla de MILWAUKEE-Same as Charleston.

Cuba. 3MINNEAPOLIS-Same as Columbia; 4 4MACHIAS-D., 1,177; speed, 15 knots; T. Launched Aig., 1893.

armament, 8 4-in. R. F. B. L. R.; 4 6*NEWARK-D., 4,098; speed, 19 knots; pdr., 2 1-pdr. R. F.; 1 Colt. Launched armament, 12 6-in. R. F.; 8 6-pdr.; 2

Dec., 1891. 37-mm. H. R. C.; 2 Colts. Launched PETREL-D., 892; speed, 11.8 knots; March, 1890.

armament, 4 6-in. B. L. R.; 2 3-pdr., i OLYMPIA-D., 5,870; speed, 21.7 knots; 1-pdr. R. F.; 2 37-mm. H. R. C.; 2 Gatarmament, 4 8-in. B. L. R.; 10 5-in. R. F.

lings. Launched Oct., 1888. B. L. R.; 14 6-pdr., 7 1-pdr. R. F.; 1 Gat- TOPEKA-D., 1,814; _speed, 16 knots; ling; 6 T. Launched Nov., 1892.

armament, 64-in. R. F.; 6 3-pdr., 214PHILADELPHIA - D., 4,410; speed, pdr. R. F.; 1 Colt. Purchased. Launched 19.67 knots; armament, 12 6-in. R. F.;

1881. 4 6-pdr., 4 3-pdr., 2_1-pdr., 2 37-mm. R.

4YORKTOWN-D., 1,710; speed, 16.14 C.; 2 Colts; 13-in. Launched Sept., 1889, knots; armament, 6 6-in. B. L. R.; 2 6– 4RALEIGH-D., 3,213; speed, 19 knots;

pdr., 2 3-pdr. and 4 1-pdr. R. F.; 2 Colts. armament, 1 6-in. B. L. R.; 10 5-in. Launched April, 1888. R. F.; 8 6-pdr., 4 1-pdr., 1 Colt, 1 3-in.

No. 16-Plans being prepared. Launched March, 1892.

LIGHT DRAUGHT GUNBOATS. SAN FRANCISCO-D., 4,098; speed, 4HELENA--D., 1,397; speed, 15.5 knots; 19.5 knots; armament, 12 6-in. B. L. R.;

armament, 8 4-in., 4 6-pdr. R. F., 4 112 6-pdr., 2 1-pdr., 2 Colts, 4 T. Launched

pdr. R. F., 2 Colts, 1 field gun. Launched Oct., 1889.

January, 1896. *ST. LOUIS-Same as Charleston,

4NASHVILLE-D., 1,371; speed, 16.30 PROTECTED CRUISERS, SHEATHED. knots; armament, 8 4-in., 4 6-pdr. R. F.; 4ALBANY-D., 3,769; speed, 20 knots;

2 1-pdr. Hotchkiss; 2 Colts. Launched armament, 6 6-in., 4 4.7-in., 10 6-pdr. and Oct., 1895. 8 1-pdr. R. F.; 2 Colts. Launched Jan.,

4WILMINGTON--Same as Helena; ex1899, England.

ception, speed, 15 knots. Launched Oct., 4CHATTANOOGA-D., 3,200; speed, 16.5

1895. knots; armament, 10 5-in., 8 6-pdr. and 2 UNARMORED COMPOSITE GUNBOATS. 1-pdr. R. F.; 2 Colts. Building.

4ANNAPOLIS-D., 1,000; speed, 13.17 CLEVELAND-Same as Chattanooga. knots; armament, 64-in., 4. 6-pdr., 2. 14DENVER-Same as Chattanooga.

pdr. R. F., 1 Colt, 1 field gun. Launched DES MOINES-Same as Chattanooga. Dec., 1896.

65;

F.;

4MARIETTA-D., 1,000; speed, 13.03 armament, 4 1-pdr. R. F.; 3 18-in. White knots. Launched March, 1897.

head torpedo tubes. Built 1896. *NEWPORT—Same as Annapolis; D., ERICSSON-D., 120; speed, 24 knots; 1,000; speed, 12.29 knots. Launched Dec., armament, 4 1-pdr. R. F.; 3 18-in. White1896.

head T. Built 1892. *PRINCETON-Same as Arnapolis; D., FARRAGUT-D., 279; speed, 30 knots; 1,000; speed, 12 knots. Launched June, armament, same as Bailey. Built 1898. 1897.

FOOTE-D., 142; speed, 24.53 knots; 4VICKSBURG—Same as Annapolis; D., armament, same as Davis. Built 1896. 1,000; speed, 12.71 knots. Launched Dec., FOX-D., 154; speed, 23.1 knots; arma1896.

ment, same as Davis. Built 1897. 4WHEELING—Same as Marietta; speed, GOLDSBOROUGH-D., 247.5; speed, 30 12.88 knots; no field gun.

Launched

knots; armament, same as Bailey. Built March, 1897.

1899. UNARMORED VESSELS - SPECIAL

GWIN-D., 45.8; speed, 20 knots; armaCLASS.

ment, 1 1-pdr. R. F.; 2 18-in. Whitehead

torpedo tubes. Built 1897. DOLPHIN-Dispatch boat; D., 1,486; MACKENZIE-D., 65; speed, 20.1 knots; speed, 15.5 knots; armament, 3 4-in, R.

armament, same as Gwin. Built 1897. F. B. L. R.; 2 14-pdr., 2 3-pdr. and 2 M'KEE-D., speed, 19.8 knots; 6-pdr. R. F.; 2 Gatlings. Launched April, armament, same as Gwin. Built 1897. 1884.

MANLY-Yarrow boat; purchased 1898. 4VESUVIUS—Dynamite cruiser; D., 929; MORRIS-D., 104.7; speed, 24 knote; speed, 21.4 knots; armament, 3 15-in.

armament, same as Davis. Built 1897. dynamite; 5 3-pdr.

R.
1 Colt.

NICHOLSON-D., 174; speed, 26 knots; Launched April, 1888.

armament, same as Blakeley. Built 1899. CHESAPEAKE–Training ship (sailing); O'BRIEN-Same as Nicholson. D., 1,175; armament, 6 4-in., 46-pdr, and PORTER-D., 165; speed, 28.6 knots; 2 i-pdr. R. F. Launched June, 1899.

armament, same as Du Pont. Built 1896. TORPEDO-BOAT DESTROYERS.

RODGERS—D., 142; speed 24.5 knots;

armament, same as Davis. Built 1896. 4BAINBRIDGE-D., 420; speed, 29

ROWAN-D., 182;

speed, 26

knots; knots; armament, 2 long 18-in. Whitehead

armament, same as Du Pont. Built 1897. torpedo tubes; 2 14-pdr. R. F.; 5 6-pďr, SHUBRICK-Same as Blakeley. R. F. Launched 1899.

SOMERS-Purchased in 1898. *BARRY-Same as Bainbridge.

STOCKTON-Same as Blakeley. 4CHAUNCEY-Same as Bainbridge.

STILETTO—(Single screw) D., 31; speed, 4DALE-Same as Bainbridge. Speed, 28 18 knots; wooden vessel; 2 Howell torknots.

pedoes. 4DECATUR-Same as Dale.

STRINGHAM-D., 340; speed, 30 knots; HOPKINS—Same as Bainbridge. D.,

armament, 7 6-pdr. R. F.; 2 18-in. White408.

head torpedo tubes. Built 1899. 4HUIL-Same as Bainbridge. D., 408.

TALBOT-D., 4642; epeed, 21.2 knots; LAWRENCE-Same as Bainbridge. D.,

armament, same as Gwin. Built 1897. 400; speed, 30 knots.

T. A. M. CRAVEN-D., 146.4; speed, MACDONOUGH-Same as Bainbridge.

3042 knots; armament, same as Dahlgren. 4PAUL JONES-Same as Bainbridge.

Built 1898. 4PERRY-Same as Bainbridge.

THORNTON—Same as Blakeley. 4 PREBLE-Same as Bainbridge,

TINGEY-Same as Blakeley. 4STEWART-Same as Bainbridge.

WILKES-Same as Blakeley; speed, 26.5 *TRUXTUN-D., 433; speed, 30 knots;

knots. armament, 2 14-pdr., 5 6-pdr. R. F.; 2

WINSLOW-D., 142; speed. 24.5 knots; long 18-in. Whitehead torpedo tubes.

armament, same as Davis. Built 1896. 4WHIPPLE-Same as Truxtun. 4WORDEN-Same as Truxtun.

SUBMARINE BOATS.

ADDER—D.; 120; speed, 8 knots; 1 T. TORPEDO BOATS (ALL TWIN SCREWS).

Building BAGLEY-D., 167; speed,

28 knote;

GRAMPUS-Same as Adder. armament, 3 3-pdr. R. F.; 3 18-in. White- HOLLAND-D., 74; speed, 8 knots; 1 T. head torpedo tubes. Built 1899.

MOCCASIN-Same as Adder.
BAILEY-D.,

235;
speed, 30 knots;

PIKE-Same as Adder.

PLUNGER-Same as Adder. armament, 4 6-pdr. R. F.: 2 18-in. Whitehead torpedo tubes. Built 1899.

PORPOISE-Same as Adder.

SHARK-Same as Adder.
BARCELO-Speed, 17 knots.
BARNEY—Same as Bagley.

OLD STEAM NAVY.
BIDDLE-Same as Bagley.

ADAMS—Wooden; D., 1,400; speed, 9.8 BLAKELEY-Same as Bagley. Speed, knots; armament, 6 4-in., 2 6-pdr. and 2 26 knots.

1-pdr. R. F.; 12 Colts. Built 1874–76. CUSHING-D., 105; speed, 22.5 knots; ALERT-Iron; 1,100;

speed, 10 armament, 3 torpedo tubes, 3 l-pdr. R. F. knots; armament, -6 4-in, and 4 6-pdr. Built 1890.

R. F.; 1 3-in, field and 1 Colt. Built DAHLGREN-D., 146.4; speed, 3012 1873-75. knots; armament, 4 1-pdr. R. F.; 2 18-in. ALLIANCE_Wooden; D., 1,375; speed, Whitehead torpedo tubes. Built 1898. 9.98 knots; armament, 6. 4-in... 4 6-pdr. DAVIS-D.,

154;_speed, knote; and 2 1-pdr. R. F. Built 1873–'76. armament, 3 1-pdr. R. F.; 3 18-in. White- ENTERPRISE — Wooden;

1,375; head torpedo tubes. Built 1897.

speed, 11.4 knots; armament, 1 3-in. DE LONG-Same as Blakeley.

B. L. H., 1 field. Nautical schoolship of DU PONT-D., 165; speed, 27.5 knots; Massachusetts. Built 1873–76.

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