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LONDON: PRINTED BY SAMUEL BENTLEY,

Dorset Sueel, Fleet Sueet.

PAGE

General Orders, Circulars, &c.

125, 272, 408, 563

Courts-Martial .

127, 416

Promotions and Appointments .

130, 273, 418, 564

Distribution of the Royal Navy

133

Annals of the British Fleet

137

Births, Marriages, and Deaths

141, 285, 429, 574

Meteorological Register

144, 288, 432, 576

To Readers and Correspondents

144, 288, 432, 576

A Coronation without a Brevet

145

On the Loyalty of Military Men

150

A Plan for providing Seamen for the British Navy without resorting to

Impressment

165

Colloquies with Folard

No. V. 168, No. VI. 499

A Winter March in Canada in 1813

177

A Recent Visit to several of the Polynesian Islands

188

An Account of the Mauritius

194

The Soldier's Grave .

201

Nautical Reminiscences of the late Admiral Sir J. S. Yorke

202

Memoir of the Services of the late General Loftus

208

Memoir of General Church

210

General Kellerman's Charge of Cavalry at Marengo

216

Service Afloat during the late War

222, 351

Upon the Importance of Steam Navigation

229

Considerations on Gratuitous Military Education, and its Effect on the

Royal Regiment of Artillery

233

Field-Marshal Count Gneisenau

242

Reviews and Critical Notices

244, 535

Sir Edward Seward's Narrative-Memoir of Count Lavallette-

Standard Novels—National Library-Cabinet Cyclopædia, and

Library-Classical Library-Edinburgh Cabinet Library-Nar-

rative of the Ashantee War-The last Days of the Antediluvian

World-Portrait of Patrick Gibson-Memoirs of the late War 244

Letter from Capt. Basil Hall on Massey's Patent Sounding Machine 246

Reply of Colonel Napier to the Letter of Count Alten on a passage of

his History

247

On the Actions and Merits of the French and English Cavalry

248

Purveyor's Department

256

Ship's Ordnance-Suggestions for increasing the weight of Shot 257

Infantry Equipments

258

Queries-by an Old Soldier

259

Pay of Admirals

260

Petty Officers in the Navy

260

Deccan Prize Money

261

Prize Money for the Burmese War

261

Claims of Old Officers

Gen. Washington's opinion on the recompense of Military Service 263

The Frog-Belt.

263

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On certain Terms used in Gunnery

264

A newly invented Rifle Ramrod

264

Parliamentary Proceedings

271, 416

Record of the 71st Regiment

277, 422, 567

On the Maritime Population of the British Empire

289

Promotion

296, 514

The Bounty Again !

305

Sir Walter Scott

314

On the Principle of Subordination

316

The War of Terry Alt

320

The Services of Lord de Saumarez

359

Reply to Colonel Macerone's observations on Rifle Shells

373

Traits and Incidents, Naval and Military.-Some of the Services of

John Solomon, one of the Gigs of the Pallas and Imperieuse-Ser-

vices-Hauling down a Frenchman's Jack-A Resurrection—The

Action of Benevente, and Capture of Gen. Le Fevre-Colonel

John Cameron-Sir Samuel Hood

378

Lord Munster, in Explanation of a Passage of his “ Campaign of 1809,"

referring to Lord Howden

385

Coronation Titles and Ribbons lately bestowed upon the Army and

Navy

385

Marshal Suchet-Attack on the Col de Ordal

387

Naval Promotion

387

A Warning Voice

388

Congreve's Guns

390

Medals and Prize Money for Ava

391

Night Signals

392

Ships' Rudders

394

Postage-a Tax on Foreign Service

394

Naval Courts-Martial

395

Provision for Officers' Families

395

Notes from Jamaica

396

Antiquity of the Royal Cork Yacht Club

397

Value of Half-pay Commissions

397

Duelling

398

Coast-Guard Service

399

Remarks on the Duties of the Purveyor's Department

399

Changes of Uniform

400

Prize Money

418

The Riots at Bristol

433

Naval Literature. On the Advantages of Observing a Ship’s Inclina-

tion at Sea. By Henry Chatfield—2. A Letter on Certain Abuses

and Inconsistencies in the Administration of the British Navy.

Anonymous—3. Invention of an effective and unfailing method of

forming instantaneous communication with the shore in Ship-

wreck, and illuminating the scene in the dark and tempestuous

night. By J. Murray, F.S.A., &c.—4 Suggestions for the Esta-

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