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Admiralty Circulars concerning medical officers  

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Admiralty circulars concerning the medical officers of the Royal Navy.

The Navy Lists of the time contained the texts of a large number of circulars, memoranda &c. which can be considered as additions to the Queens Regulations and Admiralty Instructions. The follwing documents pertained to the medical officers of the Royal Navy.

7th March, 1830-Inauguration of the BlaneExternal link medal.
3rd March, 1855Circular 188Medical Officers.
26th November, 1856Circular 349Qualifications for the Rank of Medical Inspector of Hospitals and Fleets, and of Deputy Medical Inspector of Hospitals and Fleets.
30th May, 1859Circular 370Medical Officers, Royal Navy — Pay, Half-Pay, Rank, &c.
15th May, 1860Circular 423Wine and Medical Comforts for the Sick.
15th April, 1864Circular 11.—M M.Vaccination.
27th February, 1865Circular 5.—M M.Health of Crews of Her Majesty’s Ships.
8th February, 1867Circular 4.—W.Medical officers of the Navy.
26th February, 1867Circular 9.—W.Examination of Assistant-Surgeons for the Rank of Surgeon.
7th May, 1867-Regulations relative to the Examination of candidates for the appointment of Assistant-Surgeons in the Royal Navy.
14th August, 1867Circular 30.—W.Time served by Chaplains and Medical Officers in Her Majesty’s Dockyards and Naval Hospitals.
6th July, 1875-Qualifications and regulations for the Examination of Candidates for Commissions in the Medical Service of the Royal Navy.
14th January, 1878Circular 41—C.W.Relative Rank of Inspectors and Deputy Inspectors General of Hospitals and Fleets.


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