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Committee Serial No. 33
|Statement||United States House Committee on Naval Affairs, Fifty-Ninth Congress, first session|
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Annual Report of the Secretary of the Navy, Showing the Condition of the Navy in the Year Statement showing the progress which has been made in executing the law for the gradual improvement of the navy, state, and condition of the vessels-of-war now in ordinary at the Navy Yards, Boston, New York, Philadelphia, Norfolk and Portsmouth.
21st Congress.] No. [1st Session. ANNUAL REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF THE NAVY, SHOWING THE CONDITION OF THE NAVY IN THE YEAR COMMUNICATED WITH THE PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE OF DECEMBER 8, Navy Department, December 1, To the President of the United States: The Secretary of the Navy respectfully presents the following report:.
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Title: Letter from the secretary of the Navy upon the subject of establishing navy yards at Great Barn island, Perth Amboy, and Jersey City, &c., Decemreferred to the Committee on Naval Affairs.
Other Title: At head of title: Navy Dept., Navy yards--Great Barn Island, Perth Amboy, &c. Creator(s): United States. Navy Department.
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Letters Sent to Naval Officers. Mar. 16, Nov. 13, 97 vols. 21 ft. Arranged chronologically. The volumes are numbered20 1 /2, 20 3 /4, an unnumbered volume, and The individual letters are numbered in volumes 20 1 /2, 20 3 /4, and the unnumbered volume.
A name index prepared contemporaneously by the Secretary's office is in each volume. The department having in its Department Record File a Repair Card for any item of work which is to be accomplished by the tender or Navy Yard, shall be responsible for preparing the necessary repair letter.
This letter shall be prepared in accordance with the instructions set forth in Navy Department General Orders. Alterations - General.
Message of the President of the United States. To the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States: It is provided by the Constitution that the President shall from time to time give to the Congress information of the state of the Union, and recommend to their consideration such measures as he shall judge necessary and expedient.
The concept Armed Forces -- Appropriations and expenditures represents the subject, aboutness, idea or notion of resources found in Boston University Libraries. Boston Harbor; about Visible in the foreground are Charlestown Navy Yard’s timber dock (left) and dry dock (center left, with docked vessel).The ships anchored off the navy yard piers are (left) U.S.S.
Ohio, the yard’s receiving ship (for housing recruits and sailors transferring between vessels), and U.S.S. Wabash “in ordinary” (that is, out of commission and in storage).
A reply to a pamphlet issued by the Assistant Secretary of the Navy in favor of League Island, showing the vastly superior advantages of the site on the Thames River, near New London, for a navy yard for iron clad vessels, with a brief comment on the course of the Secretary of the Navy on this question.
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For the fiscal year ending Jwork was done upon ships under construction or out of commission at the Norfolk Navy Yard, as follows: U. "Alexander."—This vessel arrived at the yard Septemand was put out of commission November 2,to be fitted as a collier and manned by a merchant crew.
Navy-yards and naval stations -- United States; Filed under: United States. Navy. Globalization and Maritime Power, ed.
by Sam J. Tangredi (HTML at ) The Interest of America in Sea Power, Present and Future (London: Sampson Low, Marston and Company, ), by A.
Mahan (Gutenberg text and illustrated HTML). Full text of "Bulletin Bureau of Medicine and Surgery Circular Letters NAVMED" See other formats. Full text of "Annual report of the Public Printer" See other formats. SECNAV- Responsible for all the affairs of the Department DoN, including recruiting, organizing, supplying, equipping, training, mobilizing, and demobilizing.
SECNAV also oversees the construction, outfitting, and repair of naval ships, equipment and facilities. (RECORD GROUP 69) (Bulk ) OVERVIEW OF RECORDS LOCATIONS Table of Contents ADMINISTRATIVE HISTORY RECORDS OF THE CIVIL WORKS ADMINISTRATION General records Field office records RECORDS OF THE FEDERAL EMERGENCY RELIEF ADMINISTRATION (FERA) lin.
Log Book Abbreviations Compiled for Royal Navy, World War 1-era (Some of these abbreviations are also used for Old Weather Phase 3 ships) There is also a very good list of modern RN abbreviations online, which may be quite helpful. The cost of construction of German railways has not been very heavy.
The north of Germany is entirely flat. Not a single tunnel is to be found there. The cost per mile in was aboutmarks, while the average cost in Europe wasmarks. overhaul at navy yards chargeable against limit of liability.
precedence of. public works. recommended by Board I. & S. estimates for. responsibility for. not exceeding limit of cost. (4) ships at navy yards, arrival and departure reports. force.to assist with. showing the fiscal condition of the Government as of J, and J ^ 0. % Fund statement, showing the con.
dition o f the general fund and of other funds and appro priations as of J TV#. Comparative account o f operations, showing. This year's ball marks the 71st anniversary of the Seabees, the th anniversary of the Civil Engineer Corps, and the st anniversary of NAVFAC.
Statement showing the present state and condition of the United States vessels-of-war on the stocks, and those in ordinary, and repairing at the several navy yards. Report of the Commissioners of the Navy, dated Octoin answer to inquiries of the Secretary of the Navy. Report of Commodore John Rodgers, dated July 3, The Java Sea Campaign.
The Java Sea Campaign is the story of the Japanese conquest of the Netherlands East Indies. Strictly speaking, the history of the United States Navy's participation in that campaign should begin with the arrival of our Asiatic Fleet in the Indies and the beginning of our active cooperation with the British and Dutch.
The letter continued, "If the Navy Department actually means to justify its denial of the right of capital shipbuilding and construction to the Norfolk Navy Yard on the grounds that the Norfolk Yard has come to be a "large repair Yard on the Atlantic coast, practically all repair work having been diverted from Philadelphia to Norfolk and also a.
REPORT THE SECRETARY OF THE NAVY. Navy Department, December, Sir: I have the honor to present the following report in relation to this Department: The home squadron, authorized by the act of the 1st day of August,has been put in commission, and placed under the command of Commodore Stewart.
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The Admiralty was publishing tables showing that four or five thousand ships were arriving at British ports and leaving them every week, while other tables disclosed the number of British ships of less than sixteen hundred tons and more than sixteen hundred tons that were going down every seven days.
This officer will forward the evidence with his recommendation to the zone finance officer, War Department, Washington, D. C., who will review these claims, and, if found to be just, pay them from the funds arising from the operation of Circular No.War Department,as amended by Circular No.
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the canals of the state.; abstract of the annual financial statement of the auditor. the canal stock debt. the repair trust fund. where are the stocks held. specie payments. loans contracted under article vii, sect of the constitution. the rates of toll.
cost of transportation. canal repairs. Battle ships authorized at this time would not be well under way until late in the coming fiscal year, and at least three years and a half from the date of the contract would be required for their completion.
The Secretary states that not more than 15 per cent of the cost of such ships need be included in the appropriations for the coming year.
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— Bellhalla22 July (UTC) Good point. Categorizing to a particular shipyard -- if known -- is a great idea, but Wiki's record of having pages on commercial shipyards is poor at this point. American History. Cowan’s Este Avenue Cincinnati, OH, Fax Kept by Lt.
Peter Turner Letter book, x 13 in., pp. showing a Union Army first.Page 4 Friday, April 5, fac sirairus of -iri-IE NaVy as of April 2, Personnel:active duty; 97, reserves Aircraft: 4, Ships: Ships at sea: ships (48%) Underway: 96 ships (26%) Exercises: 10 Port Visits: 11 SSNs at Sea: 32 (41%) Carriers/Air Wings at Sea: USS Enterprise -local operations, Western Atlantic USS.On MaI issued Executive Ordershowing the index figure for the six months' period ending Decemto beor a reduction below the base period of percent.
Accordingly, I fixed the rate of reduction of pay for all Federal employees for the succeeding period up to July i,at the maximum of 15 percent.