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Albert M. D. McCormick, Hartford.
Will F. Arnold, marine brigade, Cavite.
George B. Wilson. Panther.
Charles F. Stokes, Wisconsin.
Kdward R. Stitt, naval museum of hygiene.
Mauley F. Gates, Atlanta.
Charles H. T. Lowndes, naval station, San

Juan.

George H. Barber, Monongahela.
Gorge Rothganger, San Francisco.
George T. Smith, Puritan.
George A. Lung, bureau of medicine and

surgery.

Luther L. von Wedekind, Cincinnati.
Edward S. Bpgert, recruiting duty, Buffalo,

Lec'kinski W. Spratling, naval hospital,

Portsmouth, N. H.
Robert M. Kennedy, naval torpedo station,

Newport, R. I.

Norman J. Blackwood, Alliance.
William C. Braisted, naval hospital, New

York.
James G. Field, recruiting duty.

PAY CORPS.

PAT DIEECTOBS.

(With rank of Captain.)

Albert S. Kenny, chief bureau supplies
and accounts.

Arthur Burtis, navy pay office. New York.

Robert P. Lisle, navy pay office, Philadel-
phia.

Leonard A. Frailey, president ex. board.

George E. Hendee, navy yard, Boston.

Henry T. W'right, navy pay office, Hong-
kong, China.

Albert W. Bacon, waiting orders.

Joseph Foster, general storekeeper, Ports-
mouth, N. H.

Theodore S. Thompson, navy pay office,
Portsmouth, N. H.

William J. Thomson, navy pay office, Seat-
tle, Wash.

John B. Redfleld, naval home, Philadelphia.

Ichabod G. Hobbs, navy pay office, Newport.

Henry T. B. Harris, navy yard, League
Island.

Stephen Rand, sick leave.

PAT INSPECTORS.

(With rank of Commander.)
Lawrence G. Boggs, navy pay office. New

York.

Samuel R. Colhoun, Iowa (fleet).
James A. Ring, general storekeeper, Norfolk.
James E. Cann, Wisconsin (fleet).
John N. Speel, Illinois (fleet).
Reah Frazer, navy yard, League Island.
Hiram E. Drury, waiting orders.
Charles W. Littlefield, Kearsarge (fleet).
William W. Gait, Kentucky (fleet).
John Clyde Sullivan, waiting orders.
John R. Martin, naval station, Cavite.
Charles M. Ray. sick leave.
Mitchell C. McDonald, general storekeeper,

Yokohama.
Eustace B. Rogers, clothing factory, New

York.
Leeds C. Kerr, member naval ex. board.

PATMASTERS.

(With rank of Lieutenant-Commander.)
Richard T. M. Ball, receiving ship Wabash.
Charles S. Williams. Alabama.
Thomas J. Cowie, Chicago.

Rank of rear-admiral while chief of bu-
reau.



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Frank L. Denny, colonel and quartermaster,
headquarters Washington.

Thomas C. Prince, major and assistant
quartermaster, marine barracks, Phila-
delphia, Pa.

Charles L. McCawley, major and assistant
quartermaster, marine headquarters, Wash-
ington, D. C.

Cyrus S. Radford, captain and assistant
quartermaster, naval station, Cavite, P. I.

Edwin A. Jonas, captain and assistant
quartermaster, Cavite, P. I.

William B. Lemly, captain and assistant
quartermaster, Panther.

Green Clay Goodloe, colonel and paymaster,
headquarters Washington.

George Richards, major and assistant pay-
master, San Francisco, Cal.
COLONELS.

James Forney, marine barracks, naval sta-
tion, Cavite, P. I.

Percival C. Pope, marine barracks, Wash-
ington, D. C.

Robert L. Meade, marine barracks, New
York.

Henry C. Cochrane, commanding marine
barracks, League Island, Pa.

Francis H. Harrington, commanding marine
barracks, Mare Island.

LIEUTENANT-COLONELS.

Mancil C. Goodrell, marine barracks, Cavite.

George F. Elliott, marine barracks, Norfolk.

Allan C. Kelton, marine barracks, New-
port, R. 1.

Benjamin R. Russell, Panther.

Otway C. Berryman, marine barracks, naval
station, Ca^ite.

William F. Spicer, marine barracks, navy
yard, Portsmouth, N. H.
I MAJORS.

Paul St. C. Murphy, marine barracks, Guam.

William P. Biddle, naval station, Cavite.

Littleton W. T. Waller, marine rec. office,
Chicago.

Randolph Dickins, naval station, Cavite.

Thomas N. Wood, marine barracks, navy
yard, Norfolk, Va.

Harry K_White, marine barracks naval
station, TJuam.

Lincoln Karmany, on leave.

Henry C. Haines, War college, Newport.

George Barnett, Panther.

Charles A. Doyen, marine barracks, Nor-
folk.



John 8. Carpenter, general storekeeper,

Washington.

Livingston Hunt, Kentucky.
John A. Mudd, bureau supplies and accounts.
George W. .Simpson, assistant bureau of

supplies and accounts.
Harry K. Sullivan, navy yard, Boston.
Samuel L. Heap, navy yard, Washington.
John Q. Lovell, navy yard, Portsmouth.

(With rank of Lieutenant.)
James S. Phillips, navy yard, Norfolk.
Thomas S, Jewett, navy yard, New York.
Henry E. Jewett, receiving ship Minne-
apolis.

Frank T. Arms, receiving ship Columbia.
Thomas H. Hicks, bureau of supplies and

accounts.

Zilia W. Reynolds. Texas.
Eugene D. Ryan, Supply.
Samuel McGowan, sick leave.
Henry A. Dent, San Francisco.
Walter L. Wilson, Olympia.
Willis B. Wilcox, Newark".
William J. Little, Massachusetts.
Philip V. Mohun, navy pay office, San Juan.
Martin McM. Ramsey, Puritan.
Joseph J. Cheatham, navy yard, League

Island.

Richard Hatton, Indiana.
Barron P. DuBois, Cincinnati.
Harry K. Biscoe, Oregon.
George G. Seibels, Lancaster.
Edmund W. Bonnaffon, navy yard, New

York.

Joseph Fyffe, Raleigh.
John Irvvin, navy yard. Mare Island.
John H. Merriam, Mayflower.
Timothy S. O'Loary, returning from Asiatic

station.
Ulysses G. Ammen, naval training station,

Newport.

George Brown, Jr., Independence.
Walter B. Izard, Detroit.
David Potter, -navy yard, Mare Island.
Samuel Bryan. Na_yal academy.
George M. Lukcsh, Yankton.

MARINE CORPS.

MAJOR-GENERAL COMMANDANT.

Charles Heywood. headquarters Washington.

GENERAL STAFF.

George C. Reid, colonel, adjutant and In-
spector, headquarters Washington.

Charles H. Lauchheimer, major, assistant
adjutant and Inspector, headquarters
Washington.



RETIRED LIST.



BEAR-ADMIRALS.

George B. Balch, Baltimore, Md.
Aaron K. Hughes, Washington, D. C.
John H. Upshur, Washington, D. C.
Samuel R. Franklin, Buena Vista Spring

hotel, Franklin County, Pa.
Stephen B. Luce, Newport, R. I.
Bancroft Gherardi, New York, N. Y.
George E. Belknap, Brookline, Mass.
David B. Harmony, Washington, D. O
A. E. K. Benharn, Washington, D. C.
James A. Greer, Washington, D. C.
Aaron W. Weaver, Washington, D. C.
George Brown, Indianapolis, Ind.
John G. Walker, Washington, D. C.
Francis M. Ramsay. Washingtop, D. O.
Oscar F. Stanton, New London, Conn.
Henry Erben, New York.
Lester A. Beardslee, Little Falls, N. Y.
Thomas O. Self ridge, Jr., Washington, D. C.
Joseph N. Miller. New York.
Edmund O. Matthews, on leave abroad.



Charles S. Norton, Brooklyn, N. Y.
Winfleld S. Schley, Washington, D. C.
Henry L. Howison, Yonkers, N. Y.
Albert Kautz, Amnerst, Mass.
William G. Buehler, Philadelphia, Pa.
Henry B. Robeson, Walpole, N. H.
Benjamin F. Day, Glasgow, Va.
Alexander H. McCormick, Annapolis, Md.
Nicoll Ludlow, Washington, D. C.
James Entwistle, Paterson, N. J.
Nehemiab M. Dyer, Melrose, Mass.
Joseph Trllley, San Francisco, Cal.
John Lowe, Washington, D. C.
Lewis W. Robinson, Philadelphia, Pa.
James G. Green, New York, N. Y.
James M. Forsyth, Philadelphia, Pa.
George E. Ide, New York, N. Y.
Oscar W. Farenholt, San Francisco, Cal.
William C. Gibson, Brooklyn, N. Y., also

Rayville, S. C.

John Schouler, Annapolis, Md.
Edwin White, Princeton, N. J.



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John McGowaii, Washington, D. C.
George M. Book, New Castle, Pa.
Edward T. Strong, Albany, N. Y.
Frank Courtis, Berkeley, Cal.
John A. Hovvell, Warrenton. Va.
Norman H. Farquhar, Washington, D. C.
Bartlett J. Cromwell. Washington. D. C.
Edwin M. Shepard, Washington. D. C.
George H. Wadleigh, Dover. N. H.
Louis J. Allen, New York city.
Ralph Aston, Brooklyn, X. Y.
Charles II. Rockwell, Chatham. Mass.
Edwin S. Houston, Washington, D. C.
Eugene W. Watson, Washington, D. C.
John F. Merry, Somervllle. Mass.
C. H. West. Brooklyn. N. Y.
John D. Ford, Inspection duts, Baltimore,

Md.
Washburn Maynard, Washington, D. C.

COMMODORES.

Somerville Nicholson, Washington, D. C.
William P. McCann, New Rot-belle, N. Y.
James H. Gillis, Delhi, N. Y.
Robert L. Phythian, Annapolis, Md.
Rush ,R. Wallace, Washington, D. C.

CAPTAINS.

Thomas G. Corbin. Philadelphia, Pa.
Francis Lowry, Burlington, Vt.
Allen V. Reed, Washington, D. C.
Alfred T. Mahan, New York, N. Y.
Theodore F. Kane, New York, N. Y.
John R. Bartlett, Washington, D. C.
William B. Hoff, Washington, D. C.
John L. Hannum, Philadelphia, Pa.
Richard Rush, Washington, D. C.
William I. Moore, Brookline, i>iass.
Daniel Delehanty, New Brighton, S. I.
Robert E. Impey, on leave abroad.
Seth M. Aekley, Washington, D. C.
Samuel C. Lemly, judge-advocate general.

COMMANDERS.

Thomas L. Swann, Washington, D. C.
Smith W. Nichols, Dorchester, Mass.
Allan D. Brown, Northfleld, Vt.
Augustus G. Kellogg, navy yard, Boston,

Mass.

George T. Davis, Greenfield, Mass.
Francis M. Green, Albany, N. Y.
Edward Hooker, Brooklyn, N. Y_
Thomas Nelson, Annapolis, Md.
Joshua Bishop, Washington, D. C.
Charles A. Schetky, Philadelphia, Pa.
John K. Winn, Chelsea, Mass.
George R. Durand, Buffalo, N. Y.
Francis M. Barber, Paris. France.
Timothy A. Lyons, New York, N. Y.
John J. Brice, Oakville, Cal.
William B. Newman, Hackensack, N. J.
Zera L. Tanner, Washington, D. C.
Samuel Belden, New London, Conn.
John C. Morong, San Francisco, Cal.
Benjamin S. Richards, Washington, D. C.
Robert T. Jasper, Charleston, W. Va.
William H. Driggs, 'Washington, D. C.
John H. Moore, Washington, D. C.
Hawley O. Rittenhouse, Brooklyn, N. Y.
Robert G. Peck, Washington, D. C.
Herman F. Fickbohm, Chicago, 111.
Gustavus C. Hanus, Brooklyn, N. Y.
Henry H. Barroll, Danbury, Conn.
William F. Low, commanding Enterprise'.
Nelson T. Houston, Newburg, N. Y.
Clayton S. Richmond, Muscatine, Iowa.
Martin E. Hall, Lowell, Mass.
Lazarus L. Reamy, Washington, D. C.
William Kilburn, Washington, D. C.
James D. J. Kelloy, New York, N. Y.
George F. W. Holman, Boston, Mass.
Jacob J. Hunker, Washington, D. C.
William M. Irwin, Washington, D. C.



LIEUTENANT-COMMANDERS.

Charles W. Tracy, Boston, Mass.
Antoine R. McNair, Saratoga Springs, N. Y.
Charles E. McKay, East Orange, N. J.
Francis O. Davenport, Detroit, Mich.
Frederick I. Naile, Norristowu, Pa.
Gouverneur K. Haswell, New York, N. Y.
George F. Morrison, Washington, D. C.
Francis H. Sheppard, St. Andrew's Bay, Fla.
Edward M. Stedman, Apex, Col.
Socrates Hubbard, Englewood, N. J.
Edward L. Amory, Boston, Mass.
Holman Vail, Washington, D. C.
Isaac Hazlett, Washington, D. C.
Frederick A. Miller, Washington, D. C.
William H. Webb, navy yard, League

William' P. Randall, Washington. D. C.
Robert M. G. Brown, Washington, D. C.
Benjamin H. Buckingham, Cornwall, Pa.
Arthur P. Osborn, Wheelersburg, O.
John Gibson, Washington, D. C.
Edward R. Freeman, Long Island, N. Y.
Miles Gorgas, Mare Island, Cal.

MEDICAL DIRECTORS.

Christopher J. Cleborne, Washington. D. C.
Walter K. Scofleld, Stamford, Conn.
Grove S. Beardsley, Washington, D. C.
John H. Clark, Amherst, N. H.
Thomas C. Walton, Annapolis, Md.
James R. Tryon, Coxsackie, N. Y.
James M. Flint, Washington, D. C.
George A. Bright, Vineyard Haven, Mass.
Michael C. Drennan, Easton, Pa.
William Grier, Washington, D. C.
Samuel Jackson, Washington, D. C.
Francis M. Guunell, Washington, D. C.
Albert L. Gihon, New York, N. Y.
Phineas J. Horwitz, Philadelphia, Pa.
Edward Shippen, Philadelphia, Pa.
Samuel F. Coues, Cambridge, Mass.
Jacob S.-Dungan, San Francisco, Cal.
George Peck, Elizabeth, N. J.
John Y. Taylor, Washington, D. C.
Richard C. Dean, Washington, D. C.
David Kindleberger, on leave abroad.
Philip S. Wales, Washington, D. C.
Edward S. Bogert, New York, N. Y.
Henry M. Wells, New York, N. Y.
Adolph A. Hoehling, Washington, D. C.
Benjamin H. Kidder, Cottage City, Mass.
George H. Cooke, Ridley I'ark, Pa.
Joseph G. Ayers, Rochelle. N. Y.
William K. Van Reypen, Washington, D. C.

MEDICAL INSPECTORS.

William E. Taylor, naval station, Honolulu,

H. I.

John C. Spear, Norristown, Pa.
Archibald C. Rhoades, New York, N. Y.
Aaron S. Oberly, Easton, Pa.
Theron Woolverton, Suspension Bridge, N. T.
Franklin Rogers, on leave abroad.

PAT DIRECTORS.

Edwin Stewart, South Orange, N. J.
Edward May, Boston, Mass.
Rufus Parks, Norfolk, Va.
Joseph A. Smith, Brooklyn, N. Y.
Thomas T. Caswell, Annapolis, Md.
James E. Tolfree, New York, N. Y.
George A. Lyon, Philadelphia, Pa.
George W. Beaman, Cambridge, Mass.
James H. Watmough, Washington, D. C.
Thomas H. Looker, Washington, D. C.
Charles W. Abbott, Warren, R. I.
Jaipes D. Murray, Annapolis, Md.
Alexander W. Russell, Philadelphia, Pa.
Luther G. Billings, Clifton. S. I.
Arthur J. Pritchard. Baltimore, Md.
Henry M. Denniston, Wnshingtonville, N. Y.
Edwin Putnam, New York, N. Y.
Frank C. Cosby, Washington. D. C.



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217



Edward Bellows, Walpole, N. H.
George E. Ueodee, Boston, Mass.



Henry G. Colby, San Francis(
James Hoy, Washington, l>. C.
Frauds H. Swan, Boston, Mas!




CHIEF ENGINEERS.

Benjamin F. Isherwood, New York, N. Y.
William H. Schock, Washington, D. O.
Montgomery Fletcher, Washington, L>. C.
David B. Macomb, New York, N. Y.
Edward D. Kobie, Washington, D. O.
John W. Moore, Brooklyn, X. Y.
Thorn Williamson, Washington, D. 0.
William W. Dungan, Baltimore, Md.
Jackson McElmell, Philadelphia, Fa.
James W. King, Philadelphia, Pa.
Edwin Fithian, Bridgeton, N. J.
Charles H. Loring, Brooklyn, N. Y.
William B. Brooks, Erie, Pa.
George F. Kutz, Oakland, Cal.
Andrew J. Kiersted, Philadelphia, Pa.
James W. Thomson, Camden, N. J.
Samuel L. P. Ayres, Philadelphia, Pa.
Elijah Laws, Morrisrown, N. J.
David Smith. Washington, D. C.
Fletcher A. Wilson, Boston, Mas*.



Edward Farmer, Boston, Mass,
llobert Potts, Washington, D. C.
Augustus 11. Able. Philadelphia, Pa.
Alfred Adamson, Lynn, Mass.
George J. Burnap, Philadelphia, Pa.
Charles .1. MaeConnell, Brooklyn, N. Y.
Henry B. Nones, Wilmington, Del.
Henry W. Fitch. Washington, D. C.
Frederick G. McKean, Washington, D. C.
Isaac R. McNary, New York, N. Y.
Gilbert M. L. Maccarty, Cambridge, Mass.
Albert W. Morley, Brooklyn, N. Y.
John A. Scot, Philadelphia. Pa.
John L. D. Borthwick, Brooklyn, N. Y.
George W. Stivers, Brooklyn, N. Y.
Absalom Kirby, Washington, D. C.
George E. Tower, Washington, D. C.
James H. Cbasmar, Babylon, N. Y.
Albert C. Engard, Philadelphia, Pa.
Henry Mason, Plymouth, Conn.
Edward B. Lateh. Academy P. O., Pa.
George W. Sensner, Washington, D. C.
George W. Magee, Brooklyn, N. Y.
Daniel P. McCartney, Washington, D. C.
Benjamin F. Wood, Mount Vernon, N. Y.
Burdett C. Cowing, Tully, N. Y.
David P. Jones, St. Louis, Mo.
Edward A. Magee, Brooklyn, N. Y.
George W. Roche, Baltimore, Md.
Jefferson Browii, Brooklyn, N. Y.
Herschel Main, Washington, D. C.
Robert W. Gait, army and navy general

hospital. Hot Springs, Ark.
William B. Dunning, San Francisco, Cal.



LIST OF VESSELS OF THE UNITED STATES NAVY IN COMMISSION, WITH NAMES

OF COMMANDING AND EXECUTIVE OFFICERS.

(Corrected to Nov. 11, 1902.)



NORTH ATLANTIC STATION.

Rear-Admiral F. J. Higginson, eonnmander-
in-chief.

Rear-Admiral J. B. Coghlan, second In com-
mand.

KEAK.SARGR (flagship of commander-in-
chief) Capt. J. N. Hemphilf; Lieuten-
ant-Commander A. V. Zane, executive.

OLYM'PIA Capt. H. W. Lyon; Lieurenant-
Couuuander W. 11. Allen, executive.

ALABAMA Capt. C. H. Davis; Lieutenant-
Oommander Richard Henderson, executive.

ARKANSAS Commander C. E. Vreeland;
Lieutenant-Commander Edward Simpson,
executive.

MAINE Capt. E. H. C. Lentze; Lieuten-
ant-Commander T. S. Rodgers, executive.

MARIETTA Lieutenant-Commander S. W.
B. Dlehl; Lieut. L. S. Van Duzer, execu-
tive.

MACHIAS Commander II. McCrea; Lieut.
(}. B. Bradshaw, executive.

MASSACHUSETTS Cafot. H. N. Manney;
Lieutenant-Commander B. A. Fiske, ex-
ecutive.

MONTGOMERY Commander N. .T. K.
Patch; Lieutenant-Commander G. R. Sal-
isbury, executive.

SCORPION Lieutenant-Commander C. J.
Boush; Lieut. A. S. Halsted, executive.

PACIFIC STATION.

Rear-Admiral Silas Casey, cominander-in-
chief.

WISCONSIN (flagship) Capt. George C.
Reiter; Lieutenant-Commander H. F.
Mayo, executive.

BOSTON Commander Charles P. Perkins;
Lieptenaiit-Commauder Charles Laird, ex-
ecutive.



OREGON Capt. W. T. Burwell; Lieuten-
ant-Commander A. W. Grant, executive.

WHEELING Capt. U. Sebree; Lieutenant-
Commander Henry Minett, executive.

ASIATIC STATION.

Rear-Admiral R. D. Evans, commander-in-
chief.

Rear-Admiral Frank Wildes, junior squad-
ron commander.

KENTUCKY (flagship of commander-ln-
chief) Capt. C. H. Stockton; Lieutenant-
Commander C. A. Gove, executive.

RAINBOW (flagship of junior squadron com-
mander) Commander S. A Staunton;
Lieut. N. C. Twining, executive.

ANNAPOLIS Commander K. Rohrer; Lieut.
J. F. Luby, executive.

CELTIC Lieutenant-Commander W. A.
Gill; Lieut. I. F. Landis, executive.

DON JUAN DEi AUSTRIA Commander D.
D. V. Stuart; Lieut. W. W. Uilmer, ex-
ecutive.

FROLIC Lieutenant-Commander W. R. A.
Rooney; Lieut. F. P. Baldwin, executive.

GENERAL ALAVA Lieut. L. B. Jones;
Ensign W. K. Riddle, executive.

GLACIER Commander A. B. Speyers;
Lieutenant-Commander H. O. Dunn, ex-
ecutive.

HELENA Commander R. R. Ingersoll;
Lieutenant-Commander A. G. Winterhal-
ter. executive.

IRIS Lieut. W. A. Edgar; Lieut. Clarence
England, executive.

ISLA DE CUBA Lieutenant-Commander J.
F. Parker; Lieut. W. J. Maxwell, execu-
tive.

ISLA DE LUZON Lieutenant-Commander
J. C. Col well; Lieut. C. B. Pi-ice, execu-
tive.

M( )\A I >NOCK Commander 'D. II. Mahan;



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Lieutenant-Commander F. S. Carter, ex-
ecutive.

MONOCACY Lieutenant-Commander G. W.
Denfeld; Lieut. R. W. McNeely. executive.

MONTEREY Commander F. J. Drake;
Lieut. J. S. Latimer, executive.

NEW ORLEANS Capt. C. S. Sperry; Lieu-
tenant-Commander John Hood, executive.

NEW YORK Capt. M. R. S. Mackenzie;
Lieut. E. E. Capehart, executive.

PI SCAT AQUA Lieut. H. A. Field.

PRINCETON Commander J. R. Self ridge;
Lieut. F. L. Sandoz, executive.

VICKSBURG Commander E. B. Barry;
Lieut. E. A. Anderson, executive.

WILMINGTON Commander E. S. Prime;
Lieut. J. G. Doyle, executive.

WOMPATUCK Btsn. J. Laven.

YORKTOWN Commander A. Ward; Lieut,
C. S. Stanworth. executive.

EUROPEAN STATION.

Rear-Admiral A. S. Crowninshield, com-
mander-in-chief.

ILLINOIS (flagship) Capt. G. A. Converse;
Lie-utenant-Commander N. R. Usher, ex-
ecutive.

ALBANY Commander J. A. Rodgers; Lieu-
tenant-Commander W. R. Rush, executive.

CHICAGO Capt. J. H. Dayton; Lieutenant-
Commander H. M. Hodges, executive.

NASHVILLE Commander N. E. Niles;
Lieut. H. M. Witzell, executive.
SOUTH ATLANTIC STATION.

Rear-Admiral George W. Sumner, com-
mander-in-chief.

IOWA (flagship) Capt. T. Perry; Lieuten-
ant-Commander G. H. Peters, executive.

ATLANTA Commander W. H. Turner;
Lieutenant-Commander J. F. Newton, ex-
ecutive.

UNASSIGNED.

ADAMS Commander C. E. Fox; Lieut. G.
W. Brown, executive.

ALVARADO Lieut. H. H. Christy.

BANCROFT Lieutenant-Commander A. E.
Culver; Lieut. M. S. Ellis, executive.

CINCINNATI Commander N. E. Mason;
Lieutenant-Commander J. C. Gillmore, ex-
ecutive.

CULGOA Lieutenant-Commander R. M.
Doyle; Lieut. H. H. Hough, executive.

DETROIT Commander A. C. Dillingham;
Lieut. E. F. Leiper, executive.

MARBLEHEAD Commander T. S. Pbelps;
Lieutenant-Commander A. C. Almy, ex-
ecutive.

NEWARK Commander R. Wainwright;
Lieutenant-Commander J. H. Hethering-
ton, executive.

RALEIGH Commander A. P. Nazro; Lieu-
tenant-Commander C. H. Harlow, execu-
tive.

SANDOVAL Lieut. H. H. Christy.

SUPPLY Commander W. E. Sewell; Lieut.
F. H. Schofield, executive.

SAN FRANCISCO Capt. A. Walker; Lieu-
tdnant-Commander R. T. Mulligan, ex-
ecutive.

TEXAS Capt. W. T. Swinburne; Lieuten-
ant-Commander J. G. Qulmby, executive.

WASP Lieut. B. B. Bierer.

SPECIAL SERVICE.

DOLPHIN Lieutenant-Commander George
B. Stoney; Lieut. N. A. McCully, execu-
tive.

EAGLE Lieutenant-Commander M.L.Wood.

HIST Lieut. Victor Blue; Lieut. C. T.
Owens, executive.

HOLLAND Lieut. A. MacArthur.

IROQUOIS Lieut. H. Rodman.

LEYDEN Lieut. C. Wells.



MAYFLOWER Lieutenant-Commander Al-
bert Cleaves; Lieut. W. W. Pbelps, ex-
ecutive.

MICHIGAN Lu'utenaut-Ojminander Wil-
liam Winder; Ensign C. B. Hatch, Jr.,
executive.

PERRY Lieutenant-Commander T. C.
Feuton.

POTOMAC Lieut. B. B. McCormick.

RANGER Commander William P. Potter;
Lieutenant-Commander H. W. Harrison,
executive.

SOLACE Commander F. Singer: Lieuten-
ant-Commander A. G. Rogers, executive.

SYLPH Lieut. C. F. Preston.

VIXEN Lieutenant-Commander W. Mc-
Lean; Lieut. VV. R. Cushman. executive.

WINSLOW Lieut. A. Mac-Arthur.

YANKTON Lieutenant-Commander Austin
<M. Knight; Lieut. Luke McNamee, ex-
ecutive.

TRAINING SHIPS.

ALERT Commander W. W. Kimball;
Lieu'tenaut-Commander J. B. Blish, ex-
ecutive.

ALLIANCE Commander S. P. Comly ; Lieut
R. O. Bitler, executive.

BUFFALO Capt. Albert Ross; Lieutenant-
Commander H. H. Hosley, executive.

ESSEX Commander L. C. Heilner; Lieu-
tenant-Commander D. C. Coffman, ex-
ecutive.

HARTFORD Commander Wm. H. Reeder;
Lieutenant-Commander H. M. Dombaugh,
executive.

INDIANA Capt. William H. Emory; Lieu-
tenant-Commander A. C. Hodgson, ex-
ecutive.

LANCASTER Commander G. P. Colvoco-
resses; Lieutenant-Commander J. M. Or-
chard, executive.

MOHICAN Commander W. P. Day; Lieut.
S. M. Strite, executive.

MONONGAHELA Commander C. P. Rees;
Lieutenant-Commander C. N. Atwater,
executive.

PANTHER Commander J.C.Wilson; Lieu-
tenant-Commander J. P. Parker, executive.

PRAIRIE Commander D. Kennedy; Lieu-
tenant-Commander W. B. Caperton, ex-
ecutive.

PURITAN Commander A. G. Berry; Lieu-
tenant-Commander C. W. Jungen, execu-
tive.

TOPEK A Commander J. A. H. Nickels;
Lieutenant-Commander W. L. Rodgers,
executive.

STATE NAUTICAL SCHOOL SHIPS.
ENTERPRISE Commander W. F. Low.
SARATOGA Lieutenant-Commander F. E.

Beatty.
ST. MARY'S Commander A. V. Wadhams.

TORPEDO BOAT FLOTILLA.

IN ACTIVE SERVICE.

Lieut. L. H. Chandler, United States navy,
flotilla commander.

DECATUR Lieut. L. H. Chandler com-
manding.

BAGLEY Lieut. S. E. Moses, commanding.

BARNEY Lieut. G. C. Davlson command-
ing.

BIDDLE Lieut. R. Z. Johnston, command-
ing.

STOCKTON Lieut. H. E. Yarnell. com-
manding.

THOHNTON Lieut. W. G. McDowell, com-
manding.

WILKE8 Lieut. T). W. Knox. commanding.

NINA (tug. tender to flotilla) Lieut. H. T.
Baker commanding.



TI1H NAVY.



IN RESKliVK.

Lieut. A. II. Davis in charge: Ensign J.
IlHtliiian. assistant iu charge.

ERICSSOX, FUOTK. Dl' 1'OXT. CI'SH-
IXG, PORTKR, SOMEUS. BAILEY, TAL-
BOT, DALE.

RECEIVING SHIPS.

COLUMBIA Capt. A. S. Snow; Li<:utenant-
Commander F. A. Wilner, executive.

CONSTELLATION Capt. W. W. Mead;
Lieutenant-Commander York Null, execu-
tive

FKAXKLIX Capt. C. M. Thomas; Lieu-
tenant-Commander P. M. Bennett, ex-

IXDEPENDEXCE Capt. F. W. Dlckins;

Lieutenant-Commander P. H. Holmes.
NEWPORT Lieutenant-Commander E. H.

Tillmuu; Lieut. A. J. Hepburn, executive.



XIPSIC Lieutenant-Commander F. M. Bost-
wick.

PEXSACOLA Commander J. F. Moser;
Lieuteuant-Comuiauder W. S. Hughes,
executive.

MINNEAPOLIS Cant, C. F. Goodrich;
Lieut. W. A. Mofrett, executive.

KKSTLKSS-Lieut. J. F. Marshall.

RICHMOND Commander F. E. Sawyer.

SANTEE Commander G. L. Dyer.

SIREN Lieut. A. Crenshaw.

WABASH Capt. G. W. Pigman; Lieuten-
ant-Commander J. L. Purcell.

FISH-COMMISSION SHIPS.

ALBATROSS Commander Ohauncev Thom-
as; Lieutenant-Commander G. iM. Bur-
rage, executive.

FISH HAWK Boatswain J. A. Smith, re-
tired.



SHIPS OF THE UNITED STATES NAVY.

(Nov. 15.1902.)

(ABBREVIATIONS Hull: S., steel; S.W., steel, wood sheathed; I., iron; W., wood: Co.,
composite. Propulsion: S., screw; T. S., twin screw; Tr. S., triple screw; P., paddle.)

FIRST HATE.



NAME.


Displace-
ment
(tons).


Type.


1


Indicated
horse
power. 1


jl


Guns (m'n\
battery). \


Station or condition.


Maine


12.500
8.214
11.525

M. 52;>
11,5:.'5
I i.5:.v,
ll.5:.'5
11,840
lll.'.'SS
lll.-.'s,-:
IO.:.NS
9.215
S.200


Ist-class battleship. .


S.
S.
S.

s.
s.

s.
s.
s.
s.
s.

8.

s.

s.


16,000

2.400
11,366
11, 366
10,000

n,ifi4

12.818
12. 105
9.738
10,408
11.111
IS. '169
17,401


T.S.
T.S.
T.S.
T.S.
T.S.
T.S.
T.S.
T.S.
T.S.
T.S.
T.S.
T.S.
T.S.


20
ti
18
18
18
22
22
18
If,
UI
It,
20
18


North Atlantic Station.
North Atlantic Station.
North Atlantic Station.
European Station.
Pacific Station.
North Atlantic Station.



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