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ham, F. B.
Cone, H. T.

Holden, J. H. | Theleen, D, E.
Deter, A. M.
Bulmer, R. C.

Craven, J. T. Hepburn. A. J. cht, J. I.

Galbraith, G. S. Wurtsbaugh, D. W. Jones, N. L. uglas, R. S. McNeely, R. W. Earle, R.

Burt. c. P. att, A. A. Turpin, w. S. Lincoin, G. S.

Hart, T. llock, E. R. Whitted, w. S. Wettengel, l. C. Pressey, A. W. an, J. P. Manion, w. J. Tozer, C. M.

White, W. R. alls, Chester. Gelm, G. E.

Cluverius, W. T. Reynolds, W. H. lis, 1. V. G. Brumby, F. H. Wood, D. M.

Miller, C. R. Lean, Ridley. Morton, J. P.

Palmer, L. C.

Murfin, O. G. ine, R.

Baldwin, F. P. Marshall, A. W. Sargent, L. R. lers, D. F.

Stone, G. L. P. Kearney, T. A. Barnes, C. B. mpkins, J. T. Laning, H.

MacArthur, A.

Eckhardt, E. F.
bin, P.
Karns, F. D.
Ridgely, F. E.

Jenson, H. N. llinwider, S. P. Todd, D. W.

Knox, D. W.

Leahy, W. D. ibam, s. v. Klemann, J. V. Ellis, M. St. C. Graham, A. T. nds, A. W. Butler, H. V.

Delany, E. H. Overstreet, L. M. nnett, E. L. Gherardi, W. R. McCauley, E., jr. Houston, V. S. tt, W., Raby, J. J.

Littlefield, W. Rovd. D. F. eves, J. Freeman, F. N. Jessop, E. P.

Richardson, L. C. ody, R. Staudley, W. H. Mustin, H.

Sexton. W. R. adoz, F.

Bennett, K. M. Washington, P. Talroner, W. M.
nes, L. F.
Watson, E. H.
Curtin, R. I.

McDowell, V
on, Frank.
Walker, J. E.
Crenshaw, A.

Kautz, A. by, J. McC.

McCormack, M. J. Bronson, A., jr. Owen, C. T. vanagh, A. G. Johnston, R. Z.

Yarnell, H. E. Henderson, R. W. ker, H. T. | Parker, T. D.

Perrill, H. P.

MEDICAL CORPS. IESLEY M. RIXEY, surgeon general (rank of rear admiral).......... Aug. 24, 1900 edical Directors. Harmon, G. E. H. Medical Inspectors. (Lumsden, Rank of captain.) Wells, Howard.

(Rank of Commander.) Byrnes, J. C. ice, Abel F.

Bertolette. D. N. Ames, Howard E. Gatewood, J. D. Ise, John C. Derr, Ezra Z.

Anderson, Frank, Diemi, 0. zsimons, Paul. Rixey. Presley M Lovering, P. A. Edgar, J. M. rsons, R. C.

Heneberger, L. G Du Bose, W. R. Fitts, H. B. 'eets, Thos. H. Green, Edw. H. Hibbett, C. T.

Curtis, L W. nons, M. H. Dickson, S. H.

Beyer, H. G. yd, John c.

Gardner, J. E.

PAY CORPS. ISTACE B. ROGERS, paymaster general (rank of rear admiral)....... Nov. 1, 1906 Pay Directors. McDonald, M. C. 1 Pay Inspectors. Hicks, T. H. lank of captain.) Rogers, E. B.

(Rank of Commander.) Reynolds, Z. W. eel, John N. Kerr. Leeds C. Hunt, Livingston. Ryan, E. D. lzer, Reah. Ball, R. T. M. Mudd, John A.

McGowan, Samuel. ury, Hiram E. Williams, c. S.

Simpson, Geo. W Dent, H. A. tlefield, C. W. Cowie, T. J.

Heap, S. L.

Littell, W. J.
It, W. W .
Carpenter, J. S. Phillips, J. S.

Ramsay, M. M. rtin, J. R.

Jewett, T. S.

Cheatham, J. J. y. C. M.

Arms, F. T.

NAVAL CONSTRUCTION CORPS. ASHINGTON L. CAPPS, chiet naval constructor (rank of rear admiral)... Nov. 1, 1903 Captains. Stahl, Albert W.

Commanders. Stocker, Robert. inard, Jos. H Baxter, W. J.

Bankson, Lloyd. Snow, Elliot. ylor, David W Capps, W. L.

Tawresey, John G. Rock, G. H.

CIVIL ENGINEER CORPS. C. HOLLYDAY, chief Bureau of Yards and Docks (rank of rear admiral). Mch. 26, '07

Captains. 1 Commanders. Lieutenant Com- Chambers, F. T. uite, U. 8. G. Peary, Robt. E.

manders. ixson, F. O. Hollyday, R. C. Menocal, A. J.

CHAPLAINS AND PROFESSORS. Chaplains. (Rank of Commander.) Professors of Paul, Henry M. Lank of captain.) Isaacs, Walter G.

Mathematics. See, T. J. J. ibou, David H. Reaney, W. H. I. (Rank of captain.) Smith. H. E. ompson, F.

Frazier, John B. Brown, Stimson J. Garrison, D. M. es, Roswell R. Cassard, Wm. G. Alger, Philip R. Updegraft, M. 'ight, C. Q. Dickins, C. H.

(Rank of Commander.)
| Rennolds. L. P. Dodge, Omenzo G. 1

THE MARINE CORPS.
ORGE F. ELLIOTT, major general and commandant......................

LINE OFFICERS ABOVE THE GRADE OF CAPTAIN.
Colonels. Dickins, R.

Doyen, C. A.

(Moses, F. G. rphy, P. St. C. Wood, T. N

Lieutenant Colonels. Pendleton, Jos. H. lale. W. P. White. H. K.

Mahoney, J. E. Lejeune, John A. Mler, L' W. T. Karmany, L.

Barnett, G.

Cole, Ell K.
Moses, L. H.

McKelvey, W. N. Leonard, Henry. Kane, Theo. P. Neville, W. C.

Russell, J. H.

Thorpe, G. C.
Majors,
Treadwell, T. C. Shaw, M. J.

Hill, C. 8.
Lucas, Lewis C. Williams, D.

Bannon, P. M.

Davis, H. C.
Long, Chas. G.
Myers, J. T.
Hall, N. H.

Reid, G. C.
Fuller, B. H.
Catlin, A.

Butler, S. D.
ADJUTANT AND INSPECTOR'S DEPARTMENT.
Colonel, C. H. Lauchheimer; lieutenant colonela, H. C. Hainas, R. H. Lan
majori, L. J. Magill, A. S. McLemore.

QUARTERMASTER'S DEPARTMENT. Colonel, Frank L. Denny: lieutenant colonels, Thomas C. Prince, Charles L. MI Cawley; majors, Cyrus S. Radford, W. B. Lemly.

PAYMASTER'S DEPARTMENT. Colonel, George Richards: lieutenant colonel, William C. Dawson; majors, W. 1 Powell H. C. Reisinger.

VESSELS OF THE NAVY. “B. L. R." means breech loading rifles; “B. L. H.," breech loading howitzer "R. F.," rapid fire guns; “H. R. C.," Hotchkiss revolving cannon; "R. F. B. L. R., rapid fire breech loading rifles; "mm.," millimetre; "D.,' displacement in tons; "T. torpedo tubes; "S. A.," semi-automatic; "F.," field; "A.," automatic; "M.," machin Battleships-First Class.

KEARSARGE_D., 11,620; speed, 16. ALABAMA-D., 11,662; speed, 17.013 knots; armament. 4 13-in. and 4 8-in. ! knots; armament, 4 13-in. B. L. R.; 14 6 L. R.; 14 B-in., 20 6-pdr. and 8 1-pdr. 1 in. R. F., 12 R-pár. R. F.; 11 1-pdr. R. F., F.; 4 Colts and 2 3-in. R. F. field guns; 2 3-in. R. F. field and 4 Colts; 4 T. T. Launched March, 1898. Launched May, 1898.

KENTUCKY-Same as Kearsarge; spee ARKANSAS-D., 26,000; speed, 2042 16.90 knots. Launched March, 1898. knots; armament, 12 12-in. B. L. R.; 21 LOUISIANA — Samo as Connecticu 0-in. R. F.; 4 3-pdr. S. A.; 2 1-pdr. S. A.; | Launched August, 1904. 2 3-in. F.; 2 .30-cal. M.; 2 T. Building MAINE-D., 12,800; speed, 18 knot at the works of the New York Shipbuild- same armament as Missouri. Launch ing Company, Camden, N. J.

July, 1901. CONNECTICUT-D., 16,000; speed, 18 MASSACHUSETTS-D., 10,288; Spee knots: armament, 4 12-ın. B. L. R.; 8 & 16.2 knots: armament, 4 18-in., 8 8-in. 1 in. B. L. R.: 12 7-in. B. L. R.; 20 3-in. | L. R.: 4 R-in. R. F. G.; 20 6-pdr., 8 1-pd R. F.: 12 8-pdr. semi-auto.; 8 1-pdr. | R. F.; 2 Colts, 2 3-in. f eld guns; S! auto.; 2 3-in. field guns; 8 machine guns; Launched June, 1893. 4 T. Launched September, 1904.

MICHIGAN-D., 16,000; speed. 18. DELAWARE-D., 21,000; speed, 21 knots; armament,' 8 12-in. B. L.' R. 1 knots; armament, 10 12-in. B. L

3-in. S. A.; 2 3-pdr. S. A.; 8 1-pdr. S. A 14 0-in. R. F.; 4 3-pdr., 4 1-pdr. 2

2 3-in. F.; 2 .30-cal. A.; 2.30-cal, M field: 2 T. Launched February, 1909. 2 T. Launched May, 1908.

FLORIDA--Same as Delaware. Build MINNESOTA – D., 16,000; speed, 1 ing at New York Navy Yard.

knots: armament same as Kangas; 4 sul GEORGIA-D., 14,948; speed, 19 knots; merged torpedo tubes. Launched Apr armament, 4 12-in. B. L. R.; 8 8-in. B. 1905. L. R.; 12 6-in. R. F. G.; 12 3-in. R. F. MISSISSIPPI-D., 13,000; speed, 1 G.; 12 3-pdr. R. F.; 8 1-pdr. R. F.; 2 8 knots; 4 12-in. B. L. R.; 8 8-in. B. L R in. field; 2 machine, 6 auto. guns; 4 T. : 7-in. B. L. R.; 12 3-in. R. F.; 6 3-pd Launched October, 1904.

semi-auto.; 4 1-pdr. R. F.; 2 3-in. ne IDAHOVD., 13,000; speed, 17 knots; and 8 Colts; 2 T. Launched Septembe armament, 4 12-in. B. L. R.; 8 8-in. B. 1905. L. R.,; 87-in. B. L. R.; 12 3-in. R. F. G.; MISSOURI — D. 12,500; Speed, 18.1 6 3-pdr. R. F.; 4 1-pdr. R. F.; 2 3-in. knots; armament, 4 12-in. B. L. R.: 1 field guns; 8 machine guns; 2 submerged 6-in. R. F.: 63-in. R. F. G.; 8 :-pdr. 1 torpedo tubes. Launched December, 1905. F.; 4 1-pdr. R. F.: 2 3-in. R. F. Deld;

ILLINOIS-D.. 11.552; speed, 17.449 T. Launched December, 1901. knots; armament, 4 13-in. B. L. R.; 14 B NEBRASKA – D. 14.948; spoed, in. R. F.; 16 -pdr. R. F.; 6 1-pdr. R. F.; knots. Armament . same as Georgi 2 3-in. R. F. and 4 Colts; 1 T Launched Launched October, 1904. October, 1898.

NEW HAMPSHIRE-D., 16,000; spee INDIANA-D.. 10.288; speed, 16.847 | 18 knots. Armament same as Minnesot knots; armament, 4 13-ın.. 8 8-in. B. L. Launched June, 1906. R.: 4 6-in. R. F. G.; 20 R-pdr., 6 1-pdr. NEW JERSEY - Same as Georgl R. F.; 2 Colt auto.; 1 3-in, ñeld gun; 1 T. Launched November, 1904. Launched February, 1893.

NORTH DAKOTA-Same as Delawar IOWA-D., 11.346; speed, 17,087 knots; Launched November, 1908. armament, 4 12-in.. 88-in., B. L. R.: 6 OHIO-D., 12,500; speed, 18 knots; al 4-n. R. F. B. L. R.; 20 6-pdr., 4 1-pdr.mament same as 'Missouri. Launche R. F.; 4 Colts; 2 3-in. R. F. neld güns; May, 1901. 2 T. Launched March, 1898.'

OREGON-D., 10,288; speed, 16.79 knot KANSAS-D., 16,000; speed, 18 knots; armament, 4 13-in. B. L. R.; 8 8-in. 1 armament, 4 12-in., 8 8-in., 12 7-in. B. | L. R.; 4 B-in. R. F. G.; 20 -pdr., 4 1-pd L. R.; 20 3-in. R. F.; 12' 3-pdr. semi- R. F. G.; 4 Colts, 1 3-in. R. F. Bold gui auto.; 8 1-pdr. auto.; 2 3-in. neld, 6 ma- 3 T. Launched October, 1893. chine guns; 4 T. Launchod August, 1905.! RHODE ISLAND-D., 14,948; speed, 1

; armament same as Georgia. same as Arkansas. Launchod November, iched May, 1904.

1901. UTH CAROLINA-Same as Michigan. TONOPAH (formerly Nevada) — D., Iched July, 1908.

3,225; speed, 13.04 knots; armament same AH-Same as Delaware. Building as Arkansas. Launched November, 1900. le works of the New York Shipbuild CHEYENNE (formerly WYOMING)— Company, Camden, N. J.

D., 8,225; speed, 11.80 knots; armament RMONT-D., 16,000: speed, 18 knots; same as Arkansas. Launched September, ment same as Minnesota Launched 1900. ist, 1905.

Double-Turret Monitors. RGINIA-Same as Georgia. Launched AMPHITRITE-D., 8.900; speed, 10.8 , 1904.

knots; armament, 4 10-in. B. L R.; ? SCONSIN–D., 11,652; speed, 17.17 | 4-in., 2 6-pdr., 2 :-pdr. R. F.; 2 87-mm. 1; armament same as Alabama, ex H, R. C.; 6 1-pdr. R. F. G.; 1 Colt, 18

16 B-pdr. and 6 l-pdr. R. F. G. | in. field gun. Launched June, 1893. ched November, 1898.

MIANTONOMOH-D., 8,990; speed, 10.8 YOMING—Same as Arkansas. Build

knots; armament, 4 10-in. B. L. R.; 2 Rat the works of William Cramp &

pdr., 2 3-pdr. R. F.; 4 1-pdr. R. F.; 1 Philadelphia, Pa.

Colt. Launched December, 1876. Battleships-Second Class.

MONADNOCK-D., 3,990; speed, 12 XAS-D., 6,316; speed, 17.8 knots; knots; armament, 4 10-in. B. L. R.; 3+ ment, 2 12-in., 6 R-in, B. L. R.; 12 in. R. F. G.; 4 6-pdr. 4 1-pdr. R. F. G. :, 4 l-pdr., 4 37-mm. H. R. C., 2 Launched September, 1883. · Launched June, 1892.

MONTEREY-D., 4,084; speed, 18.6 Armored Cruisers.

knots; armament, 2 12-in., 2 10-in. B. L.

R.; B 6-pdr., 4' 1-pdr. R. F.; 2 Colts. OOKLYN-D., 9,215; speed, 21.91

Launched April, 1891. 1; armament, 8 8-in. B. L. R.; 12 5F. B. L. R.; 12 6-pdr., 4 1-pdr. R.

PURITAN-D., 6,060; speed, 12.4 knots;

armament, 4 12-in. B. L. R.; 6 4-in. R. Colts and 2 '3-in. R. F. field guns. ched October, 1896.

F. B. L. R.; B 6-pdr., 2 1-pdr. R. F.; 2

Colt auto. Launched December, 1882. LIFORNIA-D., 13,680; speed, 2 1; armament, 4'8-in. B. L. R.; 14 6

TERROR-D., 3,990: speed, 10,5 knots; F.; 18 3-in. R. F.; 12 3-pdr. semi

armament, 4 10-in. B. L. R.; 44-in. R R, F.: 4 1-pdr. R. F.; 2 3-in. R. F.

F. G.; 2 6-pdr., 2 4-pdr., 2 1-pdr. R. F. 2 machine; 6 auto.; 2 T. Launched |

G.; 2 87-mm. H. R. 6. Launched March,

1883. , 1904. LORADO-D., 13,680; speed, 22.24 Unprotected Steel Cruisers. ; armament same as California. ALBANY-D., 8,430; speed, 20.8 knots; lehed April, 1903.

armament, 10 B-in. R. F.: 10 3-pdr. R. RYLAND – Same as California. F.; 2 l-pdr. R. F.; 3 Colts. Launched ched September, 1903.

January, 1890. INTANA-D., 14,600; speed, 22 knots; ATLANTA-D., 3,000; speed, 15.6 knots; ment, 4 10-in. B. L, R.; 16 R-in. armament, 2 8-in. B. L. R.; 6 6-in. R. F. !; 22 3-in. R. F.; 12 3-pdr. semi G.; 6 6-pdr., 4 i-pdr. R. F.; 2 Colts; 1

4 1-pdr. semi-auto.; 2 3-in, field; 2 3-in. R. F. field gun. Launched October, Ine and 2 Colts; 4 T. Launched De 1884. er, 1906.

BALTIMORE-D., 4,418; speed, 20.096 W YORK-D., 8,150; speed, 21 | knots; armament, 12 B-in. R. F. G.; B 1; armament, 6 8-in. B. L. R.; 12 3-in. R. F.; 6 3-pdr., 4 1-pdr. R. F.; 4 R. F. B. L. R.; 8 R-pdr., 2 1-pdr

Colt autos.; 1 3-in. R. F. field gun; !; 4 Colts; 2 8-in. Deld guns; 2 T.

machine. Launched October, 1888. ched December, 1891.

BOSTON-D., 8,000; speed, 16.6 knots; RTH CAROLINA-Same as Mon-1 armament, 66-in., 2 8-in. B. L. R.; 6 Launched October, 1906.

-pdr., 2 1-pdr. R. F.: 1 3-in. field gun; NNSYLVANIA-D., 13,680; speed, 22

2 Colts. Launched December, 1884. i armament same as California.

CHARLESTON-D., 9,700; speed, 22.04 ched August, 1903.

knots; armament, 14 6-in., 18 3-in. R. F.; UTH DAKOTA-Same as California.

12 3-pdr. semi-auto.; 4 1-pdr. auto.; 8 ched July, 1904.

1-pdr. R. F.; 2 3-in. R. F. field guns; 2 NNESSEED.. 14,800; speed. 22.30-cal. machine; 8.30-cal, auto. Launched !; armament, 4 10-in, B. L. R.: 16 January, 1904. R. F.; 22 3-in. R. F.; 12 3-pdr. 4

CHATTANOOGA-D.. 3, 200; speed, 16.66 : R. F.: 2 3-in. R. F. field guns;

knots: armament. 10 5-in., 8 6-pdr., 2 1D-cal. machine; 6 .30-ca). auto. | pdr. Ř. F.; 4 Colt auto.; 1' 3-in. Peld gun. ched December, 1904.

Launched March, 1903. ASHINGTON-D., 14,818; speed, 22 CHICAGO-D., 4,500; speed, 18 knots; ; armament same as Tennessee.

armament, 4 8-In. B. L. R.; 14 3-in. R. ched March, 1905.

F.: 9 -pdr., 2 1-pdr. R. F.; 2 Colts; 1 CST VIRGINIA-Same as California. 3-in. R. F. field gun. Launched Decemched April, 1903.

ber, 1885,

CINCINNATI -- D., 3,183; speed, 19 e Turret Harbor Defence Monitors.

knots; armament, 11 5-in. R. F. B. L. R.; ARK (formerly Arkansas)-D., 3,225; 8 6-pdr., 2 1-pdr., 1 3-in. R. F. field gun; l12.03 knots; armament, 2 12-in. 2 Colts. Launched November, 1892. . R.; 4 4-in. R. F.; 3 6-pdr. R. F.; CLEVELAND-Same as Chattanooga. dr. R. F.: 2 Colts. Launched Novem | Launched September, 1901. 1900.

COLUMBIA - D., 7,350; speed 22.8 LLAHASSEE (formerly FLORIDA)- knots: armament, 1 3-in. B. L. R.; 2 B3,225; speed, 12.4 knots; armament I in., 8'4-in. R. F'B. L, R.; 12 B-pdr., 21

| LACHICAL. 4 8-11-pdr. Launche

pdr. R. F.; 2 1-pdr. auto.; 2 Colts; 1 3-1 MACHIAS-D., 1,177; speed, 16.46 kne in. R. F. field gun. Launched July, 1892. armament, 8 4-in. R. F. B. L, R.; 4

DENVER - Same as Chattanooga. pdr., 2 1-pdr. R. F.; 2 Colts. Launc Launched June, 1902.

December, 1891. DES MOINES-Same as Chattanooga. PETREL-D., 892; speed, 11.79 kn Launched September, 1902.

armament, 4 6-in. B. L. R.; 2 8-pdr. GALVESTON--Same as Chattanooga. 1-pdr. R. F.; 2. Colt auto. Launched

MILWAUKEE-Same as Charleston tober, 1888. Launched September, 1904,

YORKTOWN-D., 1,740; speed, 1 MINNEAPOLIS–Same as Columbia; 4 knots; armament, 6 R-in. B. L. R.; 2 T. Launched August, 1893.

pdr., 4 1-pdr. R. F.; 2 Colts. Launc NEWARK-D., 4.083; speed, 19 knots; April. 1888. armament, 12 k-in. R. F.; 6 3-in. R. F.: vo. 16-Authorized by act of May 6 3-pdr.. 4 1-pdr. R. F.; 2 Colts; 1 3-in. | 1898, but never designed. field gun. Launched March, 1890.

Light Draft Gunboats. NEW ORLEANS-D., 3,430; speed, 20 HELENA-D., 1,392; speed, 16.5 kn knots; armament same 8.8 Albany. armament, 8 4-in., 4 6-pdr. R. F.: 4 Launched December, 1896.

pdr. R. F.; 2 Colts. Launched Janu OLYMPIA-D., 8,685; speed, 21,686 1896. knots; armament, 4 8-in. B. L. R.; 10 3 NASHVILLE-D., 1,371; speed, 1 in. R. F. B. L. R.; 14 6-pdr., 4 1-pdr. R knots; armament, 8 4-in., 4 6-pdr. R. F.; 1 Gatling; 1 Colt. Launched Novem- 2 1-pdr. R. F.; 2 Colts. Launched o ber, 1892.

ber, 1895, RALEIGH-D., 3,183; speed. 19 knots; WILMINGTON-D., 1,392; speed, 1 armament. 11 0-in. R. F.; 8 6-pdr., 2 knots; armament, 8 4-in. R. F. G.; 1-pdr. R. F.; 2 Colts; 1° 3-in, field gun. pdr., 4 1-pdr. R. F.; 4 Colts. Laun Launched March, 1892.

October, 1895. SAN FRANCISCO-D., 4,083; speed, Unarmored Composite Gunboats. 19.525 knots; armament, i2 B-in. B. L. R.; ANNAPOLIS-D., 1,060; speed, 1 10 6-pdr.; 4 1-pdr.; 2 Colts. Launched knots; armament, § 4-in..'4 -pdr. : October, 1899.

pdr. R. F.; 2 Colts. Launched Decem ST. LOUIS-D.. 9,700; speed, 22 knots; 1896. armament same as Charleston, Launched DUBUQUE-D.. 1,085; speed, 1 May, 1905.

knots; armament, 6 4-in, R. F. Ġ.; TÁCOMA-D., 3,200; speed, 16:5 knots;pdr., 2 1-pdr. R. F.; 2 Coltr. Laun armament same as Chattanooga. Launched August, 1904. June, 1903.

MARIETTA-D., 1,018; speed, 1 Unprotected Steel Cruisers.

knots; armament same as Annap DETROIT-D., 2,072; speed, 18.71 knots; Launched March, 1897. armament, 10 5-in. R. F. B. L. R.; 6 6 NEWPORT-D. 1,028; speed, 1 pdr., 2 1-pdr. R. F.; 2 Colts; 1 3-in. R. F. | knots; armament same as Annan field gun. Launched October, 1891.

Launched December, 1896. School MARBLEHEAD-D., 2,072; speed, 18.44 | New York City Board of Education, knots; armament, 10 8-in. R. F.; 6 6-pdr., PADUCAH-D., 1,085; speed, 12 ki 2 l-pdr. R. F.; 2 Colts; 1 3-in. field gun. armament same as Dubuque. Laun Launched August, 1902.

October, 1904.
MONTGOMERY-D.. 2,072; speed, 19.06 PRINCETON-D. 1,103; speed, ;
knots; armament, 4 6-pdr.; 5 T. Launched knots; armament same as Annar
December, 1891.

Launched June, 1897.
Scout Cruisers.

VICKSBURG-D., 1,014; speed, BIRMINGHAM-D., 3,750; speed, 24 knots; armament same as Annaj knots; armament, 12' 3-in. R. F.; 2 sub Launched December, 1896. merged T. Launched July, 1907.

WHEELING-D., 1,029; speed, CHESTER - Same as Birmingham. knots; armament same as Anna] Launched June. 1907.

Launched March, 1897. SALEM-Same as Birmingham. Launched Unarmored Vessels Special Clar July, 1907.

DOLPHIN-Dispatch boat; D., 1 Unarmored Steel Gunboats. speed, 15.5 knots; armament, 2 41r BENNINGTON-D., 1,664; speed, 17.8 F. B. L. R.; 3 6-pdr., 4 3-pdr. R. 1 knots; armament, 8 4-in, B. L. R.; 4 Colts. Launched April, 1884. 6-pdr., 4 l-pdr. R. F.; i Colt auto. VESUVIUS-Dynamite cruiser; D. Launched June, 1890.

speed, 21.42 knots; armament, 3 3 CASTINE-D., 1,177; speed, 16.032 R. F.; 5 T. Launched April, 1888. knots; armament, 8 4-in. R. F.: 4 6-pdr., SEVERN--Training ship (sailing): 2 1-pdr. R. F.; 1 Colt auto. Launched 1,175; armament, 64-in., 4 6-pdr. May, 1892.

pdr. R. F.; 2 Colts. Launched June, CONCORD-D., 1,620; speed. 16.8 knots; CUMBERLAND - Steel training armament, 6 6-in. B. L. R.; 2 6-pdr., 2 (sailing); D., 1,800; armament sam 3-pdr. R. F.; 2 37-mm. H. R. C.; 2 .30 Severn. Launched August, 1904. cal. Colts. Launched March, 1896.

INTREPID - Training ship (sall DON JUAN DE AUSTRIA-D.1,130; same as Cumberland. Launched Oct speed, 14 knots; armament, 64-in. R. F. 1904. G.; 4 B-pdr. R. F.; 4 Colts. Launched BOXER-Wooden training ship! 1887.

ing); D., 345; no armament. Laun ISLA DE CUBA-D., 1,030; speed. 16 October, 1904. knots; armament, 4 4-in. R. É. Ĝ.; 4

Torpedo Boat Destroyers. pdr. R. F.; 4 Colts.

The torpedo boat destroyers in con ISLA DE LUZON-Same as Isla de sion with displacements of less tha: Cuba.

tons, and speed of from 28 to 30

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Bainbridge, Barry, Chauncey, Dale, to 742 tong, and speed of from 28 to 30 kins. Hull. Lawrence, Macdonough, I knots, are: Burrows, Lamson, McCall, | Jones, Perry, Preble, Stewart, Trux Mayrant, Paulding, Perkins, Preston, Whipple and Worden. In commis Reid, Roe, Smith, Sterrett, Terry, Warwith displacement of 700 tons and rington, Ammen, Patterson, Walke, Trippe 1 of 2942 knots: Flusser. Under con and Monaghan. ition with displacements of trom 700 Torpedo Boats.

building are: Adder, Barracuda, Bonita, rpedo boats of displacement below 400 Carp, Cuttlefish, Grampus, Grayling, Holand speed of 30 knots and under are: | land, Moccasin, Narwhal,' Octopus, Pickey, Bailey, Barney, Biddle, Blakeley, erel, Pike, Plunger, Porpoise, Salmon, ing, Dahlgren, Davis, De Long, Du Seal, Shark, Skate, Skipjack, Snapper, , Ericsson, . Farragut. Foote, Fox, Stingray, Sturgeon, Tarantula, Tarpon, sborough, Gwin, Mackenzie, McKee, Thrasher, Tuna and Viper. ly, Morris, Porter, Rodgers, Rowan,

Miscellaneous rick, Stiletto, Somers, Stockton, In addition to the above there are 8 gham, Talbot, T. A. M. Craven, iron and wooden steam vessels, wooden inton, Tingey, Wilkes and Winslow. sailing ships, 5 auxiliary cruisers, 44 tugSubmarino Boats,

boats, 21 yachts, 15 colliers and 22 special le submarine boats in service and ! class. MMARY OF VESSELS IN UNITED STATES NAVY, NOVEMBER, 1909. 'it for Service or Under Repair. Auxiliary cruisers.... : class battleships...

Convertetd yachts... ad class battleship.........

1 Colliers ........... pred cruisers............

Transports and supply ships....... pred ram .....

Hospital ships..... le turret harbor defence monitors. Receiving ships...... ve turret monitors.....

Prison ships....... 'cted cruisers ........ otected cruisers ...

Total ............ t cruisers ........................

Under Construction or Authorized. oats .............................

First class battleships.... t draft gunboats...........

Gunboat for Great Lakes (not begun).. posite gunboats .......

Torpedo boat destroyers...... ning ship (Naval Acad.), sheathed Colliers ........... ning ships.......................

Submarine torpedo boats...... sing brigantine. al class (Dolphin-Vesuvius).

Total ............. boats under 500 tons........

Unft for Sea Service. edo boat destroyers....

Wooden cruising vessels, steam.. torpedo boats..

| Wooden sailing vessels....... tarine torpedo boats...

Receiving ships ..... len torpedo boat......

Prison ship ...... cruising vessels, steam... den cruising vessels, steam...

Total ...................

12 len sailing vessels............. ::.... 44 Grand total.......

..362 UNITED STATES NAVAL ACADEMY.

Situated at Annapolis, Md. Superintendent, Captain John M. Bowyer, U. S. N. lomination.-The students of the Naval Academy are styled midshipmen. midshipmen are allowed for each Senator, Representative and Delegate in Con

two for the District of Columbia, and five each year from the United States rge. The appointments from the District of Columbia and five each year at are made by the President. One midshipman is allowed from Porto Rico, who be a native of that island. The appointment is made by the President, on the mendation of the Governor of Porto Rico he Congressional appointments are equitably distributed, 80 that in regular course Senator, Representative and Delegate in Congress may appoint one midshipman Beach Congress. After June 30, 1913, each Senator, Representative and Delegate ngress will be allowed to appoint only one midshipman instead of two he course for midshipmen is six years—four years at the academy, when the eding appointment is made, and two years at sea, at the expiration of which the examination for final graduation takes place. Midshipmen who pass the Ination for final graduation are appointed to fill vacancies in the lower grades

line of the navy and of the marine corps, in the order of merit as determined le Academic Board of the Naval Academy. At least fifteen appointments such graduates will be made each year. To surplus graduates who do not Te such appointments will be given certificates of graduation, honorable disres and one year's sea pay, as provided for midshipmen. andidates allowed for Congressional districts, for territories and for the District lumbia must be actual residents of the districts or territories, respectively, from 1 they are nominated. All candidates must, at the time of their examination for islon, be between sixteen and twenty years old. o be accepted applicants must be free from infectious or moral disorder and, ally, from any deformity disease, or infirmity. No one will be admitted Testly under size for his age.

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