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5 edition of Regulations and instructions relating to His Majesty"s service at sea found in the catalog.

Regulations and instructions relating to His Majesty"s service at sea

Great Britain. Royal Navy.

Regulations and instructions relating to His Majesty"s service at sea

Established by His Majesty in Council.

by Great Britain. Royal Navy.

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Published by printed in the year in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

SeriesEighteenth century -- reel 7520, no. 03.
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination[2],232[i.e.238]p.
Number of Pages238
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16823232M

Africa, 4 vols. Hence, children born to such parents on a British Overseas Territory other than those listed above acquired British citizenship by descent if they were born prior to 21 Maywhile children born on or after that day on a British Overseas Territory other than Akrotiri and Dhekelia acquired British citizenship otherwise than by descent as UK-born children. During his political career, Shelburne had access to, and was able to commission, high level reports on domestic and foreign affairs; his papers reveal the British perspective on foreign relations, civil and military, with Europe, America, India, and Africa. They were probably justified by the circumstances to be met, but it is obvious that so cumbrous and dilatory a system of transferring a title to land could only have continued during the infancy of the Colony. The aborigines have now dwindled to a few half-breeds, who own only a few rods in that great area of country which was once the seat of the powerful confederacy of Powhatan, and the exclusive property of their forefathers. The delegation could only be made by the Company when it had come together in a Quarter Court, an occasion when the whole membership was either in attendance or fully represented, and when all matters affecting the welfare of the organization, which required the most thoughtful consideration, were presented for final judgment.

There was another piece of news brought by Wallis, not bruited abroad, and. The acquisition of land in Virginia by the conveyance of persons from England was not as inexpensive a means of becoming an owner of soil in the Colony as it would seem upon the first view. Howard refused to yield to the wishes of the Burgesses because in conflict with the existing agreement between the Indians and the colonial government. The resulting dilution of skills was acceptable on large warships, where only 20 per cent of the crew was needed for skilled work aloft.

Next day he talked the Admiralty into acquiescence. There are many indications, however, that the area of soil in the Colony in the possession of seafaring men acquired by patent was very extensive. If this was rejected, then the rights acquired by Mathews under his original conveyance and transmitted to his heir, were to remain in abeyance until the tribe of their own motion deserted the lands. This acknowledgment did not disclose upon its face that there was a valuable consideration for the transfer of the property. And We do further direct that you do not propose or assent to any Private Ordinance whatever, whereby the property of any Individual may affected, in which there is not a Saving of the Rights of Us, Our Heirs and Successors, and of all Bodies Politic and Corporate and of all other persons, excepting those at whose instance, or for whose especial benefit, such Ordinance may be passed, and those claiming by, from, through and under them.


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Regulations and instructions relating to His Majestys service at sea book

Fully laden, she drew about 14 feet. So important was the avoidance of the disease that Cook resorted to disciplinary measures to make his men eat their rations.

And We do direct that every such Transcript be so transmitted by the earliest occasion next after the enactment of the said Ordinance.

Inthe privilege was granted to the Chickahominy tribe to dispose of their grounds to the English, provided that each sale received the approval of a majority of their great men, which was to be announced in a Quarter Court or the Assembly.

Illustration of squadrons flagships and captains ships depicting position of command flags [ edit ] Included: [2] Lord Admirals squadron Position of command flags on Lord Admirals flagship In all other cases, an application for registration of the child as a British citizen must be made before the child is If the unmarried British father was residing in a country that treated at the date of birth of the child born before 1 July a child born to unmarried parents in the same way as a child born to married parents, then the father passed on British citizenship automatically to his child, even though the child was born before 1 July to unmarried parents.

He was indefatigable in making and calculating from observations, because his functions went far beyond the stated one of observing the Transit, and he was a good teacher of others. Their true worth was known to the state they served, and it was they, more than anything else, that gave Britain command of the sea.

These concern financial matters of the British government, such as: Purchasing land Reviewing petitions and paying reparations to British Loyalists who lost property in the war with America Issuing warrants to the military Paying compensation for ships lost doing official business in the West Indies.

Also present is a letter in which Shelburne asked the unknown recipient to be the godfather of his newborn son The British also kept their ships cleaner, helping to reduce losses to disease.

Thus Thomas Graies, who had subscribed to the extent of twenty-five pounds sterling, did not secure a patent to his dividend until[40] and it was not until that Captain John Hobson received a patent upon a bill of adventure bearing the date of They have many cases of bottles with ground stoppers, of several sizes, to preserve animals in spirits.

We are not to think that the original impulse to reform came from Cook. All captains of ships in his squadron fly a single cross of Saint George at the top of the fore masthead.

It is interesting to see Cook ambitious for his family, interesting to see that his ambitions for his young sons were centred on the navy, and that he wanted them to be lieutenants before they were forty; interesting that for their advancement he was willing to follow the example of post-captains and admirals innumerable, in flagrant defiance of an act of parliament which threatened the penalty of permanent dismissal from the service.

The command flags issued for that expedition are described as following. Inthe greatest area was eighteen hundred acres. He refused to go to the St Petersburg Academy of Sciences as its professor of botany. Perrin does note indicate what flag rank these officers were suffice to say there was no admiral of the red in existence until so we must assume they were vice-admirals.

Thus if an adventurer purchased one share, which entitled him to one hundred acres on the first division, and when he had seated them to an additional hundred acres on the second division, if after securing the patent to the first one hundred acres he dispatched twenty persons to Virginia, and these persons were drowned at sea or died of pestilence on shipboard, it was claimed by some that the transportation of the twenty entitled the shareholder, if an old adventurer, not only to one thousand acres upon the first division and one thousand acres more upon the second, but also to an area of land sufficient to recoup him for the loss resulting from the destruction of the twenty emigrants, this area to be measured by the ratio governing the allotment under the law relating to the head right.

Inthe largest tract obtained by patent was two thousand acres in extent, and the average was three hundred and fifty-one.

Hong Kong Royal Instructions 1843

The child must be under 18 on the date of application. Position of captains flag on ship in Lord Admirals squadron Vice Admirals squadron Position of command flags on Vice Admirals flagship To have it still in view that sheding the blood of those people is a crime of the highest nature….

Top Women and children Not a few children were born on board warships, and some women entered under assumed male identities, although the fact that they were not discovered is very revealing of the low incidence of bathing among the seafarers, either on deck or in the sea.

Arms of the Kingdom of England to And it is Our Will and Pleasure that you do not propose or assent to any Ordinance whatever to which Our assent has once been refused without express leave for that purpose first obtained from Us.

It did so because its ships carried well-organised, well-drilled and coherent teams, working to a common cause, bound together by ambition, mutual respect and a shared identity. A purser was not incited, but was expected, to do better for himself than his pay would indicate. As to the secrecy of the instructions, they were probably only conventionally secret, an aid to fobbing off possible inconvenient enquiries from Spain.

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Mar 26,  · Economic History of Virginia in the Seventeenth Century/Chapter 8. The Company’s delegation to Yeardley of the right to grant patents will be found in his instructions, printed in the same volume, pp.

and whereas the same power and authority is confirmed and granted by his Majestys letters Patent directed unto mee and the. The th Article relating to the To these We have thought it necessary to add one other Article No. 93 declaring that the several Regulations prescribed by these Instructions with respect to Grants of Land and Quit Rents shall not be construed to extend to such parts of your Majesty's said Province as are included within your Majesty's.

The documents in Part I of the present edition have been added at the suggestion of Professor Prothero, who very generously placed at my disposal the copies he had made with the intention of adding them to his own Statutes and other Constitutional Documents illustrative of the reigns of Elizabeth and James I (Clarendon Press, ).

Though the. Writing as a man, and not as the scribes, he produced in his Nollekens and his Times one of the most entertaining harum-scarum biographies ever seen, and in his Book for a Rainy Day, or Recollections of the Events of the Yearsa budget of memories which has perhaps been less read and more quoted than any book of its kind.

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