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In the magazine To hand up cartridges At the wheel

The steward The cuddy servants 2 quartermasters.

Sail trimmers and boarders, 1st Division, to muster ca quarter-deck
with cutlasses and pikes.

Third officer.
Sailmaker.

1 quartermaster.
8 A.B.'S

2 O.S.'s

Baker, butcher, and mate.

Small-arm party to muster on the poop with muskets and bayonets.
Fourth officer.
The midshipmen.

Surgeon to occupy the gunroom platform, and be prepared with
tourniquets, etc.

Carpenter and mate to batten hatches down, rig pump and fire engine
and prepare plugs.

Passengers, with their arms, to reinforce small arm party; or, should
the enemy gain the deck, occupy and defend cuddy or awning cabins.

In repelling boarders, if the men are not required at the guns, the
crew of the foremost gun with pistols and cutlasses to reinforce the 1st
Division of boarders; and the crews of the tAVO after-guns to fall in, two
deep, across the quarter-deck with muskets and fi.xed bayonets, and
from the 2nd Division of boarders.



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Remarks on Defending Ship.
If boarded from forward, the after-guns to be slewed inboard,
and pointed to sweep the forecastle, loaded with slugs, nails, old iron, etc.
Every exertion should be used to prevent the enemy from getting
a footing on board; but in the event of the defenders being driven from
the forecastle, they should occupy the galley or rally under the topgallant
forecastle, ready to act in rear of the enemy should they advance to meet
the 2nd Division on the quarter-deck.

If the enemy is driven back, and to be boarded, the 1st Division to
board under cover of a volley from the small-arm party, and endeavour
to hold the ^eck until the 2nd Division can form two deep behind them
with fixed bayonets; a few men, two deep and shoulder to shoulder,
will make a far more effectual charge than a larger number scattered
and acting independently.

In boarding the enemy the attack should be made with all the avail-
able force, except a few cool marksmen to pick ofi the most active, or
cover a retreat.

An active junior officer should accompany the boarders with spike-
nails and a hammer, to spike any of the enemy's guns he can get near
during the struggle.

If the wheel is exposed to musketry, the quartermasters may stesr
with the relieving tackles, lying down on the deck.

The bulwarks of the topgallant forecastle are generally high enough
to shelter the small-arm party, when firing lying down; bales of hay
afford a ready means for forming a loopholed barricade across the poop.
Grummet wads are best for service. Spare chains or topsail sheets,
cut into lengths of 4 or 5 feet, and stopped together, are an excellent
substitute for canister shot. In close quarters, or to repel a boat
attack, guns loaded to the muzzle with the bottoms of empty bottles
will do good execution should grape be scarce.

(7) Stations for Fire.

Two midshipmen, as aides-de-camp, attend Captain's orders.
First officer — To the place of fire.
Second officer — Work gangway whips and burtons, and superintend

passing water along.
Third officer — Work fire engine.
Fourth officer — With cuddy servants, to muster blankets and bedding,

soak them well, and pass to place of fire.
Carpenter and mate get hoses up, and rig engine.

Watch on Deck.
Boatswain's mate — Get suction hose guyed and attend nozzle.
Forecastle men — Work head pump, and pass water from forward.
Foretop men — Proceed to place of fire under chief officer.



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Maintop men— Rig whip at gangway, and fill tubs.

After-guard — Muster quarter deck buckets to the gangway, and take

the engine to the most convenient place and work it.
Boys — Fill cistern.
Midshipmen — Pass water from the poop.

Watch Below.
Boatswain's mate — Sling provision casks like ballast tubs for drawing

water.
Forecastle men — Muster under boatswain to get tackles rove and act as

required.
Foretop men — To place of lire.

Maintop men — Get burtons on the mainyard for water tubs.
After-guard — Pass water along from the gangway.
Sailmaker, 2 quartermasters baker, butcher and mate, draw water at

gangway.

Should the Fire Gain Ground.
Third officer — Get powder ready to throw overboard.
Fourth officer — With cuddy servants, get scuttle casks into boats and

fill them with water.
Midshipmen — Get boats ready for lowering. Each midshipman in

charge of a boat should be provided with a list of articles required,

and endeavour to procure everything necessary.
Steward — Get bags and tins of biscuits, tins of preserved meat, some

spirits and wine, ready for each boat.
Boatswain, with forecastle men — Get tackles aloft ready for long-boat,

and cast off lashings of spars.
Sailmaker — Get light sails ready.
Carpenter — Collect tools, nails, etc., for each boat. If the crew get

unsteady, the second officer and two steady petty officers should

be stationed at the spirit -room door with a revolver each.

(8) Boat Stations for a 1000-ton Ship.

1st Cutter. — Captain, Carpenter, 2 midshipmen, 5 A.B.'s, 3 O.S.'s,

1 boatswain's mate, 8 or 10 passengers besides children.
Second Cutter. — Second officer, sailmaker, 1 boatswain's mate, 5 A.B.'s,

3 O.S.'s, 2 midshipmen, 8 or 10 passengers besides children.
Long-boat. — First officer, boatswain, carpenter's mate, 6 A.B.'s, 2 O.S.'s,

midshipmen, 14 to 20 passengers besides children and servants.
First jolly-boat. — ^Third officer, 1 quartermaster. 4 A.B.'s, 1 O.S,,

I midshipman, 2 cooks, servants.
Sicond jolly-boat. — Fourth officer, 1 quartermaster, 4 A.B.'s, 1 O.S.,

1 midshipman, butcher and mate, servants.



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