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Duplicates of letters referred to in official reply from Director-General

8 Cumberland St. Pimlico SW
10th. August 1865

Sir, I beg respectfully to request that you will be pleased to place my name on your list of candidates for promotion to the rank of Deputy Inspector-General. And while expressing my readiness to proceed on foreign service on promotion I should - in the meantime - be glad of any Staff employment at home in my present rank.

I have the honor to be
Your most obedient Servt.
Wm. Loney
Staff Surgeon R.N.

Dr. A. Bryson C.B.
Director General


Army & Navy Club
10th. August 1865

My dear Dr. Bryson,
Permit me to submit the formal letter, enclosed herewith, for official acceptance or rejection as you may think proper. And allow me to say that I shall not only gladly accept any Staff-employment at home, pending promotion, but that I shall feel obliged for the same.

Believe me to be
very sincerely yours
Wm. Loney


Admiralty W.C.
10th. Augt. 1865

No. 2351.


I beg to acknowledge the receipt of your letter of this day's date, requesting that you name may be placed on the list of candidates for promotion to the rank of Deputy Inspector General, and a Staff Appointment at Home for the present.

I am,
Your humble Servant,
A. Bryson
Director General

Dr. W Loney
Staff Surgeon
8 Cumberland St.
Pimlico SW

The signatory is Alexander Bryson, Director-General of the Medical Department of the Navy.

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