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TABLE of the FULL-PAY of the ROYAL NAVY, and of the ROYAL MARINES embarked.

[note: I have silently corrected a small number of obvious typographical errors, from data in the December 1860 Navy List]

§ I. OFFICERS — MILITARY BRANCH.

RANKSYears of
365 Days
One Day
 £  s.  d.£  s.  d.
*Admiral of the Fleet2,190  0  06  0  0
*Admiral1,825  0  05  0  0
*Vice-Admiral1,460  0  04  0  0
*Rear-Admiral1,095  0  03  0  0
*Commodore of the First Class1,095  0  03  0  0
Captain of the Fleet1,095  0  03  0  0
*Table Money to all the above, in addition, when Commanding-in-Chief and their Flags are flying within the limits of their Stations1,095  0  03  0  0
(For Table Money to Flag Officers and Commodores First Class, when not serving as Commanders in-chief, vide Article 7, at page 202, of these Instructions.)
Commodore of the Second Class, in addition to his Pay and Command Money as Captain, if so ordered by the Admiralty
     If in command ot a Station or Squadron and not under the orders of a Superior Officer365  0  01  0  0
     Under other circumstances than the above182 10  00 10  0
Captain
     Of H.M.S. "Excellent" (including Pay and Command Money)800  0  0 
     "Britannia" and Steam Reserves do700  0  0 
     First Class. To the first 70547 10  01 10  0
     Second Class. To the next 100456  5  01  5  0
     Third Class. To the remainder365  0  01  0  0
     Command Money, in addition to Pay:-
     In Ships with a complement of not less than 600 men219  0  00 12  0
     " " of less than 600 men. and not less than 350 men155  2  60  8  6
     " " of less than 350 men, and Flag Captains91  5  00  5  0
Commander
     Full Pay301  2  60 16  6
     Additional when in command of any Ship or Vessel45 12  60  2  6
Lieutenant
     In command of any Ship, Vessel, or Tender219  0  00 12  0½
     Senior of Rated Ship or Troop Ship, or for Gunnery Duties, if of three years' standing200 15  00 11  0½
     All others182 10  00 10  0
Masters§
     After twenty-five years' service365  0  01  0  0
     Being qualified for Line-of-Battle Ships, and having completed twenty years'service on Full-Pay328 10  00 18  0
     Being qualified for Line-of-Battle Ships, and having completed fifteen years'service on Full-Pay273 15  00 15  0
     Having completed ten years' service on Full-Pay, including all time served as Acting Master, and four years as Second Master qualified for Master237  5  00 13  0
     Having completed five years' service209 17  60 11  6
     Having completed less than five years'service182 10  00 10  0
     When appointed to the command of any of Her Majesty's Ships, in addition to their Pay as Masters36 10  00  2  0
     Store Allowance when in charge‖
          First, Second, and Third Rates73  0  00  4  0
          Fourth, Fifth, and Sixth Rates48 13  40  2  8
          Sloops, &c.38  0  50  2  1
     Tuition Allowance for each young gentleman instructed (when no Naval Instructor is borne)5  0  00  0  3
Masters of the Fleet allowed six shillings a day in addition to their pay as Masters.
Masters of Flag Ships, except those at Home ports, are allowed an extra sum, varying from two shillings and sixpence a day to five shillings a day, according to the peculiar circumstances of each case.
Sub-Lieutenant*66 18  40  3  8
Second Master*
     If qualified for the rank of Master136 17  60  7  6
     If not qualified91  5  00  5  0
     Store Allowance when in charge††27  7  60  1  6
     Tuition Allowance for each young gentleman instructed (when no Naval Instructor is borne)5  0  00  0  3
Midshipman*31 18  90  1  9
Master's Assistant
     When above 17 years of age, and with more than two years' service in Navy or Merchant Service73  0  00  4  0
     All others54 15  00  3  0
Naval Cadet*16 14  70  0 11
Gunner, Boatswain, Carpenter
     Sea Pay
          First Class120  2 110  6  7
          Second Class103  8  40  5  8
          Third Class86 13  90  4  9
     Tool money to Carpenter on Sea Pay4 11  30  0  3
     Harbour Service Pay
          First Class101 17 110  5  7
          Second Class79  1  80  4  4
          Third Class63 17  60  3  6
Including Command Money.
Including additional pay as Senior Lieutenant, or as Gunnery Lieutenant.
§The time served as Master Attendant in Her Majesty's Dock or Victualling Yards at Home or Abroad, or as Agents for Transports since June 25, 1857, or in Special Service on Full-Pay as Master, or as Acting Master, and four years of time served as Second Master, qualified for Master, to be reckoned as sea time as Master.
Masters in command of Rated Ships, fitted or employed as Store Ships, are to be granted the same Store Allowance as Masters of First Rates; and those in charge of Sloops, or other vessels employed as Store Ships, or on other such Special Service, are to be allowed the Store Allowance of Fourth Rates.
*Acting Sub-Lieutenants, Acting Second Masters, Midshipmen, and Naval Cadets are subject to a deduction at the rate of £5 per annum from their Full-Pay when receiving instruction from a Naval Instructor, Master, or Second Master (Vide Article 9, page 215), to be abated from their pay by quarterly instalments of £1 5s. each.
††If in Ships bearing a Master, and from his absence or other cause, the Second Master be placed in charge of Stores, or when a Second Master shall have charge of Stores in a Tender, he will be allowed, according to circumstances, such proportion of the Store Allowance granted to Masters as the Admiralty may direct.

§ II. OFFICERS' FULL PAY — CIVIL BRANCH.

RANKSYears of
365 Days
One Day
 £  s.  d.£  s.  d.
Secretary to Admiral of the Fleet500  7  11  7  5
Inspector-General of Hospitals and Fleets
     After twenty-five years' service821  5  02  5  0
     Under do. or on promotion730  0  02  0  0
Secretaries to Flag Officers and Commodores of the First Class Commanding-in-Chief401 10  01  2  0
Deputy Inspector-General of Hospitals and Fleets
     After thirty years' service620 10  01 14  0
     " twenty-five do.547 10  01 10  0
     " twenty do. or on promotion511  0  01  8  0
Inspector of Machinery afloat, when appointed to take charge of the Machinery of a Fleet or Squadron401 10  01  2  0
Ditto, when not so appointed365  0  01  0  0
Chaplain
     Under order in Council of 30th Jan, 1856
          After ten year's service afloat200 15  00 11  0
          Under ten years' do.182 10  00 10  0
          Under three years' do.161  4  20  8 10
     Under order in Council of 13th May, 1859
          1st Class. After twenty years' service292  0  00 16  0
          2nd Class. " fifteen years' do.255 10  00 14  0
          3rd Class. " ten years' do.219  0  00 12  0
          4th Class. Under ten years' do.182 10  00 10  0
NOTE. - No Naval Chaplain paid in accordance with these rates will be allowed to retire, under a service of 25 years on Full-Pay, excepting on the ground of permanent unfitness from ill health.
Chaplains continued
     After fifteen years service, 1s. a day, in addition for each year's service above fifteen years, but not to exceed 16s. a day
     After ten years' service255 10  00 14  0
     " five "209 17  60 11  6
     Under five "182 10  00 10  0
NOTE. - Chaplains paid in accordance with these rates will be allowed to retire after fifteen years' service from the date of their first appointment, with the Half-Pay they may have earned by service, if they have not declined to serve.
Chaplain, in addition, if acting as Naval Instructor
     After ten years Full-Pay service as Naval Instructor136 17  60  7  6
     After seven years' do.115 11  80  6  4
     After three years' do.104 18  90  5  9
     Under three years' do. 95 16  30  5  3
     Tuition Allowance for each young gentleman instructed  5  0  00  0  3
Secretaries to Junior Flag Officers and Commodores of the First Class not Commanding-in-Chief301  2  60 16  6
     After twenty-five years' service456  5  01  5  0
     " twenty "401 10  01  2  0
     After fifteen years' service328 10  00 18  0
     " ten " or on promotion273 15  00 15  0
Secretaries to Commodores of the Second Class150 11  30  8  3
Paymaster
     First Class600 14  71 12 11
     Second Class474 10  01  6  0
     Third Class349 15 100 19  2
     Fourth Class249  8  40 13  8
NOTE. - Paymasters of Flag Ships, of Troop Ships when actually conveying Troops, and of Steam Guard Ships, will be allowed, under special circumstances, sums varying from two shillings and sixpence to five shillings a day, in consideration of the extra duty entailed by such service.
Chief Engineers (including all time as Acting Chief Engineer, and four years served as an Engineer or Assistant Engineer)
If qualified for 1st or 2nd Rates
     After twenty-five years' service365  0  01  0  0
     " twenty "328 10  00 18  0
     " fifteen "282 17  60 15  6
     " ten "237  5  00 13  0
     " five "209 17  60 11  6
     Under five "191 12  60 10  6
Chief Engineers promoted to that rank prior to April 21, 1856, who may have been in the receipt of higher rates of pay than those above mentioned, are to retain such higher rates until advanced, according to the Class they were in, viz.:-
     If in the First Class261 11  80 14  4
     If in the Second Class209 17  60 11  6
Naval Instructor
     After ten years' service on Full-Pay as such182 10  00 10  0
     After seven years' do.155  2  60  8  6
     After three years' do.136 17  60  7  6
     Under three years' do.127 15  00  7  0
     Tuition Money for each young gentleman instructed5  0  00  0  3
Assistant-Surgeon
     After ten years' service237  5  00 13  0
     " five "209 17  60 11  6
     Under five "182 10  00 10  0
Assistant Paymaster
     In Charge182 10  00 10  0
     First Class. After four years' Full-Pay Service as such*127 15  00  7  0
     Second Class. Under four years' do.*91  5  00  5  0
Engineers for Special Charge½
     With less than five years' service in Charge182 10  00 10  0
     With five and less than ten years' service200 15  00 11  0
     With ten years'service and upwards219  0  00 12  0
Engineers and Assistant Engineers
     Sea Pay and when employed in Dockyards
          Engineers164  5  00  9  0
          1st Class Assistant Engineers136 17  60  7  6
          2nd Class Assistant Engineers109 10  00  6  0
     Harbour Service Pay
          Engineers100  7  60  5  6
          1st Class Assistant Engineers82  2  60  4  6
          2nd Class Assistant Engineers63 17  60  3  6
Engineers and Assistant Engineers (not being "Engineers qualified for Charge") when in Charge of Engines allowed 1s. a-day in addition to their Pay.
Clerk73  0  00  4  0
Assistant Clerk45 12  60  2  6
*Including those serving as Clerks to Secretaries of Flag Officers and Commodores.
½Vide Article 8, at page 51. Four years of time served as Engineer, or Assistant Engineer will be allowed to reckon as service in charge.

§ III. WAGES TABLE — SHIP'S COMPANY.

RATINGSContinuous Service.Non-Continuous Service.
Years of
365 Days
One DayYears of
365 Days
One Day
 £  s.  d.s.  d.£  s.  d.s.  d.
Chief Petty Officers.    
Master at Arms†73  0  04  0The same 
" after 3 years' service in that grade†82  2  64  6
" 6 ditto†91  5  05  0
Chief Gunner's Mate41  1  32  336 10  02  0
Chief Boatswain's Mate
Chief Captain of the Forecastle
Admiral's Coxswain
Chief Quartermaster
Chief Carpenter's Mate
Seamen's Schoolmaster......41  1  32  3
Ship's Steward*
Ship's Cook
First Class Petty Officers.    
Ship's Corporal, 1st class†54 15  03  0The same 
" after 3 years' service in that grade†60 16  83  4
" 6 ditto†66 18  43  8
" 2nd class†36 10  02  0
" after 3 years' service in that grade†42 11  82  4
" 6 ditto†48 13 42  8
Gunner's Mate36 10  02  031 18  91  9
Boatswain's Mate
Captain's Coxswain
Captain of the Forecastle
Quartermaster
Yeoman of Signals
Coxswain of the Launch
Captain of the Maintop
Captain of the Foretop
Captain of the Afterguard
Captain of the Hold
Sailmaker41  1  32  336 10  0 
Ropemaker
Carpenter's Mate
Caulker
Blacksmith
Armourer
Plumber
Leading Stoker
Sick Berth Attendant......41  1  32  3
Second Class Petty Officers.    
Coxswain of the Barge33  9  21 1028 17 111  7
Coxswain of the Pinnace
Captain of the Mast
2nd Captain of the Forecastle
2nd Captain of the Maintop
2nd Captain of the Foretop
Signalman
2nd Captain of the Afterguard
Captain of the Mizentop
Sailmaker's Mate34 19  71 1130  8  41  8
Coxswain of the Cutter33  9  21 1028 17 111  7
Cooper34 19  71 1130  8  41  8
Caulkers Mate
Sick Berth Attendant......30  8  41  8
Musician......28 17 111  7
Head Krooman*
Remainder of Ship's Company.    
Leading Seaman31 18  91 927  7  61  6
Shipwright33  9  21 1028 17 111  7
Stoker and Coal Trimmer36 10  02  031 18  91  9
Yeoman of the Store Room30  8  41  825 17  11 5
2nd Captain of the Hold
Painter
Sailmaker's Crew
Blacksmith's Crew
Armourer's Crew
Carpenter's Crew
2nd Class Stoker
Tinsmith
Cooper's Crew
Able Seamen28 17 111  724  6  81  4
Bandsman......
Tailor*
Butcher
Shoemaker*
2nd Head Krooman*
Lamptrimmer
Flag Officer's and Superintendent's Domestics*
Captain's Steward*
Captain's Cook*
Ward Room Steward*
Ward Room Cook*
Secretary's Servant*
Gun Koom Steward*
Gun Room Cook*
Ship's Steward's Assistant*
Assistant Sick Berth Attendant*
Engineer's Cook*
Engineer's Servant*
Ordinary Seaman*22 16  31  319 15  51  1
Cook's Mate*......
Warrant Officers' Cook*......
Barber*......
2nd Class Ordinary Seaman*18  5  01  016 14  70 11
Captain's Servant*......
Do. Cook's Assistant*
Ward Room Servant*
Do. Cook's Assistant*
Gun Room Servant*
Warrant Officers' Servant*
Krooman*
Ship's Steward's Boy*......10 12 110  7
Commander's Servant*......16 14  70 11
Boy of the First Class*10 12 110  7......
Boy of the Second Class*9  2  60  6......
Eligible for Good Conduct Badges, but not entitled to any Pay for the same.
*Not entitled to Good-Conduct Pay.

NOTE. - The rates of pay inserted in this table for Masters-at-Arms and Ships' Corporals apply only to the Police Force entered under these Regulations, and established, experimentally in the first instance, by Admiralty Order, dated 18 July, 1860. Other Masters-at-Arms and Ships' Corporals are, until discharged, to be paid as follows:-

  s. d. 
Master-at-ArmsC.S.2  3a-day with Badge Pay
in addition, if
wearing Badges.
DittoNon. C.S.2  0
Ships' CorporalC.S.2  0
DittoNon. C.S.1  9

§ IV. FULL PAY AND WAGES TABLE — ROYAL MARINES.

RANKSArtillery Companies.Divisional Companies.
Years of
365 Days
One DayYears of
365 Days
One Day
 £  s.  d.s.  d.£  s.  d.s.  d.
Lieutenant-Colonel326 19  7  17 11  310  5  0  17  0  
Captain, having higher rank by Brevet257  0  5  14  1  247 17 11  13 7  
Captain220 10  5  12  1  211  7 11  11  7  
First Lieutenant, after 7 years' service142 19  2  7 10  136  17  6  7  6  
" Do. under 7 years' service124 14  2  6 10  118 12  6  6  6  
Second Lieutenant101 17 11  5  7  95 16  3  5  3  
Cadet......66 18  4  3  8  
Colour Sergeant, to 30th June, 1858*53 12  2¼2 11¼42 11  8  2  4  
Sergeant do.*44  9  8¼2  5¼33  9  2  1 10  
Colour Sergeant, from 1st July, 1858†56 13  0¾3  1¼45 12  6  2  6  
Do. from 1st January, 186260 16  8  3  4  ......
Sergeant from 1st July, 1858†47 10  6¼2  7¼36 10  0  2  0  
Do. from 1st January, 186251 14  2  2 10  ......
Corporal, 1st Class42 11  8  2  4  27  7  6  1  6  
Do. 3rd Class, and not classed‡39 10 10  2  2  24  6  8  1  4  
Bombardier, 1st Class39 10 10  2  2  ......
Do. 3rd Class, and not classed‡36 10  0  2  0  ......
Fifer, Drummer, or Bugler, enlisted on or before 2nd December, 1857‡23  3 10¼1  3¼20 18  2¾1  1¾
Fifer, Drummer, or Bugler, enlisted after 2nd December, 1857‡......19 15  5  1  1  
Fifer, Drummer, or Bugler, 1st Class26  4  8¼1  5¼......
Gunner, 1st Class26  4  8¼1  5¼......
Do. 3rd Class, and not classed‡23  3 10¼1  3¼......
Private, 1st Class......21  5 10  1  2  
Do. 3rd Class, and not classed‡......18  5  0  1  0  
*With Good Conduct Pay in addition (of which they were in possession at the date of their promotion) for the period between 1st April, 1857, and 30th June, 1858.
Not entitled to be paid for their badges; but all Sergeants who may, on the 30th June, 1858, have been in receipt of Good Conduct Pay, under the provisions of the Admiralty Order of 20th May, 1857 (Circular No. 296), at a higher rate than Twopence a-day, are to be credited with the excess in the Pay Books and all Pay Documents as "Good Conduct Pay," and the same is to be paid to them, with their wages, from time to time, so long as they shall continue to be entitled thereto, that is to say, until they shall be deprived of their Distinguishing Marks, but not for any period, after the 31st day of December, 1861, as regards Sergeants of the Artillery Companies.
Eligible for Good Conduct Pay.

§ V. ADDITIONAL RATES to be paid with their Wages to those Persons who shall be entitled to the same.

 Years of
365 Days
One Day
 £  s.  d.s.  d.
Good Conduct Pay
If in possession of one Badge or Distinguishing Mark*†1 10 50 1
" two Badges or Distinguishing Marks*†3  0 100  2
" three " " *†4 11  30  3
" four " " †6  1  80  4
" five " " †7 12  10  5
" six " " †9  2  60  6
Gunnery Instructors9  2  60  6
Seamen Gunners, with 1st Class Certificates6  1  80  4
" 2nd Class Certificates3  0 100  2
Divers and Trained Men1 10  50  1
Tool Money
Carpenters, Carpenters Mates, Carpenters Crew, and Shipwrights, Caulkers, and Caulkers' Mates (if employed in the Carpenter's Crew), on its being certified that they have provided themselves with a complete set of tools4 11  30  3
Coopers and Coopers' Crew, on its being certified that they have provided themselves with tools3  0 100  2
Men entered for Continuous Service, and retained in the Navy beyond the period for which they entered; and Men entered on and after 1st July, 1853, not for Continuous Service, and retained after completing five years consecutive service; from the date of such retention in each case3  0 100  2
For other Allowances in addition to Full Pay or Wages, not herein specified, vide Chapter XXVI, page 201.

In Ships where no Seamen's Schoolmaster is borne, and where the number of Men and Boys to be instructed is not on an average less than ten, the person performing that duty is entitled to the Pay of the Rating; or, if a Petty Officer, to 5/. a-year, in addition to the pay of his proper Rating, at his option; provided his Commanding Officer shall certify that he has performed the duty by his authority, and to his satisfaction, without neglecting any other duty appertaining to his Rating in the Ship.

* For Seamen only.
† For Marines.


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