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ANNAPOLIS, MD. 



THIRTY-FIFTH ACADEMIC YEAR, 



1884-85. 



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CONTENTS. 



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Historical sketch 5 

Superintendents 7 

Board of Visitors 8 

Academic Calendar 9 

Calendar 1884-85 10 

Officers 11 

Academic Board 14 

Cadet Officers 14 

Practice-cruise, 1884 15^ 

Cadets, with relative standing in classes IH- 

Numerical summary 29* 

Resignations and dismissals 3(y 

Merit-rolls, 1883-«4 32. 

Rrquisites for admission 40 

Course of instruction 4&- 

Assignment of time 54 

Programme of recitations .55 

Table of coefficients 56 

Course of practical instruction 57 

Programme of practical instruction . 58 

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THE 



UNITED STATES NAVAL ACADEMY. 



The United States Naval Academy was founded in 1845, by the Hon. George Ban- 
croft, Secretary of the Navy, in the administration of President James K. Pulk. It 
was formally opened October 10, of that year, under the name of the Naval School, 
with Commander Franklin Bachanan as Saperintendent. It was placed at Annapolis, 
Md., on the land occupied by Fort Severn, which was given up by the War Department 
for the purpose. The course was fixed at five years, of which only the first and last 
were spent at the School, the intervening three being passed at sea. This arrange- 
Qient was not strictly.adhered to, the exigencies of the service making it necessary, in 
many cases, to shorten the period of study. In January, 1846, four months after the 
opening of the School, the students consisted of 36 Midshipmen, of the date of 1840, 
who were preparing for the examination for promotion ; 13 of the date of 1841, who 
were to remain until drafted for service at sea; and 7 Acting Midshipmen, appointed 
since September of the previous year. The Midshipmen of the date of 1840 were the 
first to be graduated, finishing their limited course in July, 1846, and they were fol- 
lowed in order by the subsequent dates, until the reorganization of the School, in 
1850. 

In September, 1849, a Board was appointed to revise the plan and regulations of the 
Naval School. The Board was composed of the following officers : 

Commander William B. Shubrick, 

Commander Franklin Buchanan, 

Commander Samuel F. Dupont, 

Coiitmander George P. Upshur, 

Surgeon W. S. W. Ruschenberger, 

Professor William Chauvenet, 

Captain Henry Brewerton, U. S. A. 
The plan reported by the Board was approved, and weut into operation July 1, 1850. 
The new organization provided for a course of seven years, the first two and the last 
irwo at the School and the three intermediate years at sea. The School was placed 
mder the sapervision of the Bureau of Ordnance and Hydrography, and its name 
^as changed to the United States Naval Academy. The corps of professors was en- 
arged, the course was extended, and the system of separate departments, with 
executive heads, was fully adopted. It was provided that a Board of Visitors should 
nake an annual inspection of the Academy, and report upon its condition to the 
^cretary of the Navy. A suitable vessel was attached to the Academy as a practice- 
ihip, and the annual practice-cruises were begun. 

After the system had been in operation a year new changes were proposed, and the 
"ecommendations of the Academic Board on the subject were referred to the Board of 
Sxaminere of the year 1851, composed of the following officers : 

Commodore David Conner, 

Captain Samuel L. Breese, 

Commander C. K. Stribling, 

Commander A. Bigelow, 

Commander Franklin Buchanan, 

Lieutenant Thomas T. Craven. 

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6 HISTOBICAL SKETCH. 

The oUange reoommended by the Board of Examiners, and adopted by the Depart- 
ment, consisted mainly in leaving ont the requirement of three years of sea-service in 
the middle of the coarse, thus making the four years of study consecutive. The prac- 
tice-cruise supplied the place of the omitted sea-service, and gave better opportunities 
of training. The change went into operation in November, 1851, together with other 
improvements recommended by the Board. The system has been continued, with spme 
slight modifications, to the present time. The first class to receive the benefit of it 
was that which entered in 1851. Six members of this class completed the course in 
three years, and were graduated in June, 1854^ the rest of the class followed in 1855. 

In May, 1861, on the outbreak of the war, the Academy w as removed to Newport, R. I. 
The three-upper classes were detached and ordered to sea, and the remaining Acting 
Midshipmen were quartered in the Atlantic House and onboard the frigates Constitu- 
tion and Santee. In September, 1865, the Academy was m«ved back to Annapolis, 
where it has since reniained. 

When the Bureau of Navigation was established, July 5, 1862, the Academy was 
placed under its supervision; March 1, 1867, it was placed under the direct care and 
supervision of the Navy Department, the administrative routine and financial manage- 
ment being still conducted through the Bureau. On the 11th of March, 1869, all official 
connection with the Bureau came to an end. 

The terra of the academic coarse was changed by law, March 3, 1873, from fonr to six 
years. The change took effect with the class which entered in the following summer. 

In 1866 a class of Acting Third Assistant Engineers was ordered to the Academy for 
instruction. The course embraced the subjects of steam engineering, mechanism, 
chemistry, and mechanics, and practical exercises with tbe steam engine and in the 
machine-shop. This class was graduated in June, 1868, together with t^o Cadet. 
Engineers who had entered the Academy in 1867. After an interval of four years, in 
October, 1871, a new class of Cadet-Engineers was admitted. This class followed a 
two years' course, somewhat more extended than that of the class of 1868, and was 
graduated in 1873. In 1872 and in 1873 new classes were admitted, the first of which 
left the Academy in 1874 and the second in 1875. By an act of Congress, approved 
February 24, 1874, the course of instruction for Cadet-Engineers was made four years 
instead of two ; and the new provision was first applied to the class entering the 
Academy in the year 1874. This class was graduated in June, 1878. 

By an act of Congress, approved August 5, 1882, it was provided that from that date 
** there shall be no appointments of Cadet-Midshipmen or Cadet-Engineers at the Naval 
Academy, but in lieu thereof Naval Cadets shall be appointed from each Congressional 
district and at large, as now provided by law for Cadet-Midshipmen, and all the under- 
graduates at the Naval Academy shall thereafter be designated and called 'Nava 
Cadets;/ and from those who successfully complete the six years' course appointment 
shall hereafter be made as it is necessary to fill vacancies in the lower grades of the Lin 
and Engineer Corps of the Navy and of the Marine Corps: And provided further, Tba 
no greater number of appointments into these grades shall be made each year than shal 
equal the nnmberof vacancies whichhas occurred in thesame grades during the preced- 
ing year, such appointments to be made from the graduates of the year at the conclusion 
of their six years' course, iu the order of merit, as determined by the Academic Board 
of the Naval Academy ; the assignment to the various corps to be made by the Secretarj 
of the Navy upou the recommendation of the Academic Board. But nothing herein 
contained shall reduce the number of appointments from such graduates below ten in 
each year, nor deprive of such appointment any graduate who may complete the si^ 
years' course during the year 1882. And if there be a surplus of graduates, those who dc 
not receive such apjioiutment shall be given acertificate of graduation, an honorable 
discharge, and one year's sea-pay, as now provided bylaw for Cadet-Midshipmen ; andsc 
ih of section 1521 of the Revised Statutes as is inconsistent herewith is hereby re 

'hat any Cadet whose position in his class entitles him to be retained in the service 

upon his own application, be honorably discharged at the end of four years' course 

e Naval Academy, with a proper certificate of graduation." 



SUPERINTENDENTS 

OF THE 

UNITED STATES NAVAL ACADEMY. 



Assumed Command : 
Sept. 3, 1845. — Commander Franklin Bachanan. 
Mar. 15, 1847. — Commander George P. Upshar. 
July 1, 1850. — Commander Cornelius K. Stribling. 
Nov. 1, 1853. — Commander Louis M. Goldsborough. 

Sept. 15, 1857. — Captain George S. Blake. I 

Sept. 9, 1865.— Rear- Admiral David D. Porter. j 

Deo. 1, 1869. — Commodore John L. Worden. | 

Sept. 22, 1874. — Rear- Admiral C. R. P. Rodgers. | 

July 1, 1878. — Commodore Foxhail A. Parker. I 

Aug. 2, 1879. — Rear- Admiral George B. Balch. 

June 13, 1881. — Rear- Admiral C. R. P. Rodgers. • ! 

Nov. 14, 1881.— Captain F. M. Ramsay. 



BOARD OF VISITORS, JUNE, 1884. 



Rear-Admiral R. W. Shufeldt, U. S. Navy, President. 
Hon. Robert C. Schenck, Washington, D. C., Vice-President, 

Hon. George H. Pendleton, U. S. Senate. 

Hon. Anqus Cameron, U. S. Senate. 

Hon. S. S. Cox, House of Representatives. 

Hon. Nathan GoFF, Jr., House of Representatives. 

Hon. John H. Evins, . . . . . . House of Representatives. 

Hon. DoRMAN B. Eaton, New York, N. Y. 

Hon. Stephen M. Allen, Boston, Mass. 

Prof. Edward S. Joynes, Columbia, 6. C. 

Mr. Erwin S. Jewett, Kansas. 

Mr. William H. Upham, Wisconsin. 

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ACADEMIC CALENDAR. 

1884-18H5. 



1884. 
)ct. 1. — Beginning of first term . . . . . Wednesday. 

1885. 
Fan. 26-31. — Semi-annual examination .... Monday-Saturday. 
Tan. 31. — End of first term . . . • . . . Saturday, 

fune 1-6. — ^Annual examination ..... Monday-Saturday. 

Fune 6. — End of academic year, 1884-85 .... Saturday, 

day 15. — Examination of candidates for admission as Naval 

Cadets ....... . Friday. 

$ept. 1. — Examination of candidates for admission as Naval 

Cadets Tuesday. 

)ct. 1.— Beginning of first term, 1885-86 . . . Thursday. 

The academic months end on the following days : 

1884-1885. 



)ctober Nov. 1 

November .... Nov. 29 

)ecember Dec. 27 

Fanuary .... Jan. 24 



February Feb. 28 

March ..... Mar. 28 

April Apr. 25 

May May 23 



1885-1886. 



)ctober Oct. 31 

November .... Nov. 28 



December Dec. 26 

January Jan. 23 

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WASHINGTON: 

GOVERNMENT PBINTING OPFl^^B. 

1884. 



12 OFFICERS OF THE UNITED STATES NAVAL ACADEHT. 

ABTBOMOMT, irAYIOATION, AXD BURVBTDTa. 

Head of Vepartmentt 
LISUTENANT-COMMAKDSR S. H. BAKER. 

AiMtantt^ 

LiRUTENAirr A. Ross, 
Lieutenant W. J. Babnbttb, 
Lieutenant R. G. Peck. 



STEAM-BNOINRBRINO. 

Head of Department, 
CHIEF ENGINEER E. FARMER. 

AtHttants, 

Passed Assistant Enginebb J. K. Barton, 
Assistant Enoinbbk W. M. Parks, 
Assistant Engineer W. R. Kino, 
Assistant Engineer G. H. T. Babbitt. / 



MECHANICS AND APPLIED MATHEMATICS. 

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Head of Hqmrtment, 
PROFESSOR J. M. RICE, S. B., Ph. D. 

Assistants, 

Lieutenant H. Knox, 
Ensign W. F. Fullam, 
Professob W. W, Johnson, A. IC. 



physics and chemistry. 

He€ul of Dqmrtment, 
PROFESSOR H. D. TODD. 

Assistants, 

Lieutenant C. Bblknap> 
Lieutenant F. H. Holmes, 
^ Ensign H. D. Knapp, 

Pbofbssob N. M. Terry, A. M., Ph. D. 
Professob C. E. Munboe, S. B. 



mathematics. 

Head of Department, 

PROFESSOR W W. HENDRICKSON. 

Assistants, 

Libutbnant J. P. Mbbbell, 
Lieutenant H. O. Rittenhouss, 
Lieutenant J. C. Cbbsap, 
Lieutenant A. C. HoDOeON, 
Lieutenant H. C. Gbabiho. 
41 Ensign J. G. Quinby. 



OFFICERS OF THE UNITED STATES NAVAL ACADEMY. 13 



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RNOLISH STUDIES, HISTORY, AND LAW. 

Heckd of Department, 

LIEUTENANT-COMMANDER J. E. GBAIG. 

Ai8i9tant»t 

libltekakt "w. goodwin, 
Lieutenant G. W. Tylbb, 

LlEUTRNAXT E. B. BABKT. 

libutenant w. h. turner, 
Lieutenant C. R. Miles, 
Ensign A. E. Culver, 
Professor W. W. Fay, A. M. 

MODERN LANGUAGES. 

- Head of Department, 
LIEUTENANT F. M. WISE. 

A88i8tant8, 

Professor L. F. Prud'hommr, A. M., 
Lieutenant J. F. Parker, 
Assistant Professor A. Y. S. Courcelle. 
Assistant Professor E. Dovilliers, 
Assistant Professor J. Leroux, 
Assistant Professor H. Dalmon. 



MECHANICAL DRAWING. 

Head of Department^ 
COMMANDER C. D. SIGSBEE. 

Agsistants, 

Lieutenant W. P. Clason, 

Professor M. Oi.ivkr, 

Assistant Professor C. F. Blauvblt. 



OFFICERS NOT ATTACHED TO THE ACADEMIC STAFF. 

LIEUTENANT C. T. HUTCH INS, in charge of Shipt. 

SURGEON T. C, WALTON, M. D. 

PASSED ASSISTANT SURGEON B. F. ROGERS, M. D. 

PASSED ASSISTANT SURGEON G. E. H. HARMON, M. D. 

PASSED ASSISTANT SURGEON 0. W. RUSH, M. D. 

PAYMASTER F. H. ARMS, Pay Officer and Storekeeper. 

PAYMASTER J. P. LOOMIS, Oommusary. 

CHAPLAIN A. A. McALISTER. 

ASSISTANT PROFESSOR THOMAS KARNEY, A. M., Librarian. 

J. J. GRAFF, AshUtant Librarian. 

& M. CHASE, Secretary. 



Attached to the Ships. 

Boatswain A. M. Pomrroy. 
Gunner Rouert Sommers. 
Carpenter G. W. Conovbr. 



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OFFICERS OF THE UNITED STATES NAVAL ACADEMT 



MATES. 



Attached to the Santee, t^ DdU, and ths Phlox, 



Samuel Gbk, 
Jamrb Hill, 
c. j. mukpht, 



W. G. Smith. 



B. 6. Pbrbt, 
Joseph Boobeb, 
BOBBBT SiLTm, 



MARINE OFFICERS. 

Captain McLane Tilton, Commanding Marinet. 
First Lieutenants. H. Gibbon. 

ACADEMIC BOARD. 

The SUPEBINTENDBNT. 

The Commandant of Cadets. 

The Head of the Dbpautment of Seamanship, Naval Tactics, and Naval CoNSTBUcnoN. 

The Head of the Department of Ordnance and Gunnert. 

The Head of the Department of Astronomy, Navigation, and Suevetino. 

The Hbad of the Department of Steam Engineering. 

The head of the Department of Mechanics, and Applied Mathematics. 

The Head of the Department of Physics and Chemistry. 

The Head of the Department of Mathematics. 

The Head of the Department of English Studies, History, and Law. 

The Head of the Department of Modern Languages. 

The Head of the Department of Mechanical Drawing. 

CADET OFFICERS. 

CADET-LIEUTENANT-COMMANDER, 



D. W. TAYLOR. 



W. McKAY, 
W. W. JOYNES, 



CADET-LIE UTENANTS, 



H. A. BISPHAM, 
W. W. GILMER. 



CADET-MASTERS, 



J. G. TAWRESEY, 
T. C. FENTON, 



J. P. McGUINNESS, 
J. W. KITTRELL, 



CADBT-ENSIONS, 



J. E. SHINDEL. 



G. R. SLOCTJM, 
R. L. RUSSELL. 



A. C. DIEFFENBACH, 
W, G. MILLER, 



A. RUST, 
R WRIGHT, 
V. O. CHASE 
G. W. KLINE, 



W. H. G. BULLARD, 
W. L. DODD 
J. W. OMAN. 
H. E.HINES^ 



Cadet-peity-o^^,eer8 of the first cUut, 

A. THOMPSON, 

C. S. ST AN WORTH, 
J. STRAUSS, 
T. B. SLADE, 

Oadet-petty-offieersqfthe teeond elau, 

W. H. FOUST, 

B. JACOBS, 

W. H. CALDWELL, 
S. M. STRITE, 



G. R. EVANS, 
0. M. MCCORMICK, 
E. W. EBBRLB, 
R. E. COONTZ. 



F. A. LEVIS, 

G. F. COOPER^ 
G. K RBILLY, 
C. C. BILLINGS. 



SUMMER CRUISE, 1884 



OFFICERS AND NA VAL CADETS. 



UNITED STATES PRACTICE-SHIP CONSTELLATION. 

Commander N. H. Farquhar, Commanding.. 

Lieutenant W. Goodwin, Executive Officer, 

Lieutej^ant J. F. Meigs, Navigator and Instructor in Navigation, 

Lieutenant E. H. Giiebn, If^atch Officer, 

Lieutenant E. B. Barry, Watch Officer, 

Lieutenant H. O. Rittenhouse, Watch Officer, 

Lieutenant J. C. Cresap, Watch Officer. 

Ensign A. E. Culver, Assistant to Instructor in Navigation. 

Paymaster T. S. Thompson. 

Surgeon J. C. Wise. 

Passed Assistant Surgeon T. M. Murray. 

Chaplain A. A. McAlister. 

NAVAL CADETS. 



Bootes, J, T. 
Chase, V. O. 
Corpening, C. M. 
Dash i ell, J. M. 
Gilmer, W. W. 
Joyues, W. W. 
Kittrell, J. W. 



First Class, 

McCormick, C. M. 
McGuiDness, J. P. 
Miller, W. G. 
Rassel, R. L. 
Ru8t, A. 
Shindel, J. E. 
Slade, T. B. 

Third Class. 



Stanworth, C. 8. 
StraasB, J. 
Taylor, D. W. 
Tennant, G. B. 
Thompson, A. 
Wright, B. 



Allen, H. A. 
Bach man, M. P. 
Bertblette, L. C. 
Blue, V. 
Bower, J. M. 
Brown, F. H. 
Bryan, H. F. 
Burrage, G. H. 
Carnahan, J. S. 
Childs, H. L. 
Cloke, W. 8. 
Cohen, A. R. W. 
Coleman, R. 
Craig, C. C. 



Davis, A. H. 
Draper, H. L. 
Edmonds, S. P. 
Eyre, G. W. 
Gueydan, H. L. 
Hill, C. S. 
Hurlbut, S. R. 
Jackson, R. H. 
Johnston, C. E. 
La Tourrette, W. S. 
Long, A. T. 
McCully, N. A. 
McMillan, W. G. 
Martin, J. J. 



Moale, E., jr. 
O'Neall, M. G. 
Rodgers, H. C. 
Russell, F. M. 
Scales, A. H. 
Snow, E. 
Stearns, B. W. 
Stone, C. M. 
Swanstrom, F. E. 
Washington, T. 
Wells, B. W. 
Wiley, H. A. 
Wilmer, W. R. 

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SUMMER CRUISE, 1B84. 



Anderson, L. J. 
Baya, W. P. 
Bassett, F. B., jr. 
Beach, £. L. 
Behse, H. H. 
Benham, H. E. 
Beswick, D. W. 
Brand, C. A. 
Brittain, C. B. 
Campbell, A. P. 
Carden, G. L. 
Carpenter, H. W. 
Close, H. B. 
Crose, W. M. 
Dye, V. B. 
Franklin, W. B. 



Fourth Class. 

Frlck, O. O'D. 
Harris, J. V. 
Hawke, E. E. S. 
Hay ward, G. N. 
Hicks, N. W. 
Hill, A. N. 
Hull, R. C. 
Ingate, C. L. A. 
Kane, T. P. 
Kemp, H.-G. 
Knoernscbild, J. L. 
Kocliersperger, W. D. 
Koester, O. W. 
Lejeune, J. A. 
Melson, E. P. 
Monroe, M. D. 



Morris, J. R. 
Mowbray, L. 
Mardongh, F. O. 
Norton, A.L. 
Quinby, E. R. 
Riley, J. F. 
Rowan, W. MoD. 
Shaflfer, P. C. 
Smith, R. M. 
Smoak, M. F. 
Taylor, H., jr. 
Van Allen, J. McE. 
Van Antwerp, W. C^ 
West, E. E. 
Wilbur, C. D. 
Williams, C. B. 



UNITED STATES PRACTICE-SHIP DALE. 



Commander C. D. Siosbee, Commanding, 

Lieutenant A. Ross, Executive Officer. 

LiEUTKNANT F. M. WiSE, Navigatot and Inatruotor in Navigation. 

Lieutenant R. T. Jasper, TVatch Officer, 

Lieutenant T. Porter, Watch Officer, 

Lieutenant A. C. Dillingham, Watch Officer. 

Ensign W. F. Fullam, Watch Offi^r, 

Ensign H. S. Knapp, Assistant to Instructor in Navigation, 

Assistant Paymaster E. B. Rogers. 

Passed Assistant Surgeon D. N. Bertolbttb. 



Bispham, H. A. 
Bumstine, A. 
Coontz, R. E. 
Dieffenbach, A. C. 
Dutton, A. H. 
Eberle, E. W. 
Evans, G. R. 

Allen, W. R. 
Balliuger, J. G. 
Blackwood, N. J. 
Boughter, F. 
Bristol, M. L. 
Brnns, W. F. 
Burke, W. S. 
Callaghan, W. C. 
Cash, C. F. 
Churchill, C. 
Cochran, C. S. 
Cole, E. K. 
Craig, C. S. 



naval cadets. 
First Class, 

Fentou, T. C. 
Howell, R. B. 
Kline, G. W. 
Lombard, B. M. 
McKay, W. 
Nes, D. 8. 

Third Class, 

Darby, S. E. 
Decker, B. C. 
Durell, E. H. 
Eyre, W. P. 
Hibbs, F. W. 
Hudson, C. E. 
Jewett, T. S. 
Kalbach, L. A. 
Logan, G. W. 
McGefe, H. W. 
Marriott, J. J. C. 
Moore, F. G. 
Moseley, W. B. 



Pitner, S. E. 
Poe, C. C. 
Slocum, G. R. 
Tarbox, G. 
Tawresey, J. G. 
Uberroth, P. H. 



O^Halloran, T. M, 
Peckham, H. L. 
Pigott, M. R. 
Ricketts, J. V. 
Salter, J. C. 
Sims, J. W. 
Steber, B. 
Stocker, R. 
Straub, A. A. 
Ubsdell, J. A. 
Waters, G. 
Williams, W. H. 
Young, L. le S. 



SUMMEB CRUISE, 1884. 



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NAVAI. CADETS ON BOARD THK UNITED STATES SHIP SANTEE, 
SMT FOR MACHINE SHOP AND OTHER PRACTICAL 



RETAINED AT THE ACAO- 
INSTRUCTION. 



Andrews, P. 
Berry, J. G. 
Billings, C. C. 
Breed, G. 
Bullard, W. H. G. 
Caldwell, W. H. 
Cooper, G. P. 
DeKrafft, J. C. P. 
Dodd, W. L. 
Edgar, W. A. 



Second Class, 

Fooflt, W. H. 
Griswold, J. N, 
Hall, C. L. 
Hawk, G. F. 
Hines, H. K. 
Jacobs, B. 
Jenkins, F. W., jr. 
Johnson, £. Y. D. 
Kress, F. N. 
Levis, F. A. 



McMillan, J. T. 
OmaD, J. W. 
Eeilly, G. B. 
Ramsey, H. £. 
Stearns, J. W. 
Strite, S. M. 
Tisdale, R. D. 
Winram, S. B. 
Witherspoon, E. T. 
Toang, D. M. 



SUMMARY. 

On board United States Ship Constellation 109 

On board United States Ship Dale 58 

On board United States Ship Santee , . * 30 

Total 197 

SYNOPSIS OF THE CBUISE. 



CONSTELLATION. 

Commissioned Jane 2. Cadets embarked Jane 9. 

On Jane 16 sailed from Annapolis, beat down the bay, and went to sea Jane 25. 
Arrived at Portsmouth, N. H., Jaly 16. 

Sailed from Portsmouth August 6, arrived in Chesapeake Bay August 12, and 
reached Annapolis August 28. 

BALD. 

Commissioned May 23. Cadets embarked June 9. 

On June 16 sailed from Annapolis, beat down the bay, and went to sea June 26. 
Arrived at Portsmouth, N. H., July 16. 

Sailed. from Portsmouth August 5, arrived in Chesapeake Bay August 12, and 
reached Annapolis August 28. 

6766 N A 2 



18 



BELATIYE STANDING. 



HAVAL 
CUu$ 0/1884- 



^ 

^ 


• 
• 

Name. 


State. 


1 

Date of adiDJA- 
sion. 










1 


' 


1 






•1 


Heww, Chftrlw HlnmMi 


Pennsylvania . 


Oct 


1,1880 


•2 


Knepper, Oliesiv. 'Tahlon .... 


Pennsylvania 


Oct. 


1, 1880 


•8 


OappB, Washington Lee ... . 


Virginia 


Oct 


1,1880 


•4 


Hoggatt, Wllford Bacon .... 


Indiana .... 


June 


11.1880 


•5 


WllUamB, Clarence Stewart 


Ohio .... 


Sept 


22,1880 


6 


Beeober, Albert Morrison .... 


Iowa 


June 


11, 1880 


7 


Hill, Frank Einsey 


Ohio 


Oct 


1,1880 


8 


Curtis, Frederic Ellsworth t .... 


Massachusetts . 


Sept 


22,1880 


9 


Welles, Boger, Jr 


Connecticut 


Sept 


22, 1880 1 


10 


Hoseley, Kathaniel Stockwell 


California .... 


Mar. 


22, 1880 1 


11 


Field, Horace Almeron .... 


New York 


Oct 


1, 1880 1 


12 


HoNolta, Herbert 


Hlinois .... 


June 


11,1880! 


18 


Hnlme, Walter Oliphant .... 


New Jersey 


Oct 


1, 1880 


14 


McDonald, John Daniel 


Nevada .... 


Oct 


6,1880 


15 


Parmenter, Henry Earl 


Rhode Island . 


Oct 


1, 1880' 


16 


Jones, Hilary Pollard 


Virginia .... 


Sept 


22,1880 


17 


Terrell, Douglass Fnqua .... 


Mississippi 


Sept 


22, 1880 


18 


Haseltine, Charles Walter .... 


Missouri .... 


June 


11.1880 


10 


Loomis, Frederick James .... 


Connecticut 


Oct 


1,1880 


20 


Seymour, Isaac Knight 


Maine 


Sept 


22,1880 


21 


Shoemaker, William Rawle 


New Mexico 


June 


11,1880 


22 


Plunkett, Charles Peshall .... 


District of Columbia . 


Sept 


30,1879 


28 


McCreary, Wirt 


Pennsylvania . 


June 


11, 1879 


24 


Fahs, Charles Marion 


Alabama .... 


Oct 


1,1880 


25 


Wemtz, Bobert Lincoln .... 


Pennsylvania . 


Oct 


1,1880 


28 


Whittlesey, Humes Houston .... 


Indiana .... 


Oct 


1,1880 


27 


MoKean, Josiah Slntts .... 


Ohio .... 


Sept 


22,1879 


28 


Hayes, Charles Harold 


Pennsylvania 


Sept 


22,1880 


28 


Jones, Horace Walker .... 


Virginia .... 


Oct 


1,1880 


80 


Maopherson, Victor 


Kentucky .... 


Sept 


22, 1880 


31 


Bush, WiUiam Wirt, Jr 


New York 


Sept 


22, 1880 


82 


Harrell, John Randolph t . . . . 


Louisiana .... 


Sept 


22,1880 


83 


Crisp, lEUchard Owens t .... 


Maryland 


Oct 


1,1880 


84 


Davis, Edward 


Pennsylvania 


Oct 


1,1880 


35 


Johnston, William . . 


Mississippi 


June 


11, 1880 


88 


Starr, John Barton 


Kansas .... 


Oct 


1,1880 


87 


Smith, Sidney Fuller 


Massachusetts 


Sept 


22, 1880 


88 


O'Malley, William Ambrose .... 


Pennsylvania 


Sept 


22,1880 


89 


Richardson, Thornton Rassell . 


Pennsylvania . 


Oct 


1,1680 


40 


Lawrence, William Hunter .... 


Pennsylvania 


Oct 


1.1879 


41 


Mathews, Albert Clifton .... 


Ohio .... 


Oct 


1, 1680 


42 


Wirt, William Edgar 


Ohio 


Sept 


22, 1880 


48 


Orr, Robert Hunter 


Delaware 


Oct. 


1,1880 



tReeigned. 



CLASS OF 1884. 



19 



CADETS. 
43 members. 



Age at date of 
admission. 






Order of merit in 


— 








Sea>8ervioe in 
practice- ships. 


1 


•H 


1 


i-9 
t 

fl 

• 


Least squares and strength 
of materials. 


Ordnance instmotions, in> 
fantry tactics, gunnery. 


Theory and practice of 
gunnery. 


1 


Seamanship and naval 
tactics. 


1 

Practical instruction in 
steam. 


1 
1 


1 

1 


1 


1 


Order of general merit f< 
years. 


10 


4 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


5 


2 


1 


Q 


4 


20 


*1 


18 


9 


4 


3 


3 


2 


2 


14 


1 


11 


5 


4 


20 


*2 


16 


8 


6 


4 


8 


4 


7 


10 


2 


1 





4 


20 


*3 


14 


9 


2 


7 


2 


3 


8 


3 


6 


1 





8 


17 


*4 


10 


11 


2 


2 


3 


6 


4 


1 


14 


1 





6 


29 


*5 


17 


4 


5 


6 


14 


9 


6 


10 


17 


36 


23 


8 


17 


6 


19 


6 


10 


13 


10 


8 


8 


14 


14 


31 


17 


4 


28 


7 


17 


8 


14 


16 


32 


12 


20 


35 


44 


18 


8 


6 


29 


8 


17 


9 


7 


5 


7 


10. 


13 


17 


36 


13 


' 7 


6 


29 


9 


18 





19 


14 


9 


5 


10 


2 


24 


25 


13 


8 


17 


10 


19 


8 


7 





6 


15 


9 


23 


19 


24 


10 


4 


23 


11 


17 


6 


21 


23 


19 


13 


17 


16 


19 


U 


5 


8 


17 


12 


20 


10 


18 


24 


28 


18 


15 


18 


8 


1 





4 


20 


18 


16 


11 


9 


19 


13 


10 


18 


12 


45 


13 


7 


6 


29 


14 


19 


6 


20 


25 


21 


16 


29 


28 


4 


13 


7 


4 


23 


15 


16 


10 


14 


12 


5 


19 


11 


18 


26 


39 


28 


5 


29 


16 


17 


3 


12 


22 


16 


28 


5 


20 


13 


7 


3 


6 


20 


17 


17 


2 


13 


18 


21 


29 


14 


7 


23 


18 


8 


8 


17 


18 


18 





16 


10 


21 


84 


27 


28 


6 


28 


14 




20 


19 


17 


6 


31 


35 


37 


14 


12 


5 


38 


1 







29 


20 


17 


4 


22 


40 


27 


39 


22 


4 


19 


25 


18 




17 


21 


15 


7 


24 


32 


20 


41 


28 


18 


88 


42 


80 




9 


22 


17 


1 


27 


32 


15 


44 


37 


24 


32 


22 


9 




29 


23 


17 


9 


28 


11 


26 


36 


22 


86 


26 


39 


28 




23 


24 


10 


4 


83 


29 


18 


20 


16 


43 


18 


8 


4 




20 


25 


19 


1 


16 


44 


40 


24 


34 


38 


42 


18 


8 




20 


26 


15 


a 


82 


37 


41 


82 


32 


9 


82 


82 


18 




9 


27 


16 


8 


29 


32 


28 


89 


39 


21 


41 


28 


14 




29 


28 


19 


1 


43 


30 


34 


22 


85 


88 


16 


80 


16 




23 


29 


15 


3 


23 


26 


31 


23 


25 


21 


82 


88 


26 




29 


30 


15 


8 


11 


14 


25 


16 


20 


24 


42 


46 


51 




29 


31 


16 


7 


30 


27 


11 


26 


22 


81 


31 


45 


47 




29 


32 


18 


9 


38 


20 


35 


30 


33 


42 


10 


25 


13 




23 


88 


20 


8 


30 


89 


43 


37 


41 


36 


11 


84 


19 




23 


84 


17 


10 


40 


40 


88 


87 


37 


27 


28 


13 


7 




17 


35 


10 


2 


36 


28 


33 


24 


29 


40 


28 


41 


29 


4 


20 


86 


16 


11 


33 


21 


86 


45 


19 


39 


37 


IS 


7 


A 


29 


87 


17 


4 


35 


42 


44 


35 


46 


26 


19 


8 


4 




29 


88 


2ft. 


1 


40 


80 


80 


31 


44 


34 


30 


86 


23 




7 


89 


20 


11 


42 


45 


42 


43 


40 


31 


9 


82 


18 


9 


18 


40 


18 


10 


37 


46 


24 


32 


43 


45 


32 


48 


82 




28 


41 


17 


9 


45 


86 


45 


42 


42 


40 


46 


35 


20 




29 


48 


20 





46 


38 


46 


45 


44 


46 


40 


44 


40 




20 


48 



20 



BELATIVE STANDING. 



..ATAL 



First 



1 
B 

g 

9 



8 



16 
M 

32 
•6 
26 
85 
89 
*4 
86 
24 
22 
•5 
25 
87 
14 
11 

8 

20 
28 
15 
*2 

7 

19 
83 
81 
21 
16 
29 
17 
10 
12 
13 
80 
•3 
♦1 
27 

9 
88 
28 



Kame. 



BiBpham, HArrison AngastuB 
Bootes, James Thomas 
Bumstine, Albert 
Chase, Tolney Ogle 
Coontz, Bobert Edward 
Corpening, Charles Macon 
Dashiell, Jalins Mathias 
Dleffenlmeh, Albert OhrlsCian 
Button, Ai-thar Henry 
Eberle, Edward Walter . 
Evans, George Bobert . 
Fenton, Theodore Cornell 
Gilmer, William Wirt 
Howell, Bobert Beecher . 
Joynes, Walker Waller 
Kittrell, James Wesson . 
Kline, Greorge Washington 
Lombard, Benjamin Mathews 
McCormick, Charles Monod 
McGninness, John Patrick 
McKay, William . 
Miller, William Gardne 
Nee, David Small 
Pitner, Samuel Ellis 
Poe, Charles Carroll 
Bussell, Robert Lee 
Bast, Armistead . 
Shindel, James Elliott 
Slade, Thomas Bog 
Slocnm, George Balph 
Stanworth, Charles Semmes 
Stranss, Joseph 
Tarbox, Glennie . 
Tawresey, John Godwin 
Taylor, Darld Wataon 
Tennant, George Boyoe . 
Thompson, Alexander 
TJberroth, Preston Henry 
Wright, Bex^amin 



State. 



Pennsylvania 

Delaware 

Michigan 

Louisiana 

Missouri 

North Carolina 

Maryland 

Pennsylvania 

Indiana 

Arkansas 

Massachusetts 

Pennsylvania 

Virginia 

Michigan 

Tennessee . 

Mississippi 

New Jersey 

Iowa 

Virginia 

Idaho Territory 

Pennsylvania 

Virginia . 

Pennsylvania 

Tennessee 

Pennsylvania 

Georgia . 

Virginia 

Pennsylvania 

Georgia 

Illinois 

Virginia 

Virginia . 

South Carolina 

Delaware 

Virginia 

Michigan 

New York . 

Pennsylvania 

Tennessee . 



Date of ad- 
mission. 



Oct. 1, 
Oct. 1, 
Sept. 22, 
Oct. 1, 
Sept. 22. 
June 11, 
Oct 1. 
Oct 1, 
Sept. 21, 
Sept. 22, 
Oct. 1, 
Oct. 1, 
June 11, 
Sept 21, 
Oct. 1, 
Sept 23, 
Oct 1, 
Sept 21, 
Oct 1, 
Sept 21, 
Oct 1, 
Oct. 1, 
June 13, 
Sept. 22, 
Sept 21, 
June 14, 
Oct 1. 
June 13, 
June II, 
Sept 22. 
Oct 1, 
Oct. 1. 
Sept 22, 
Oct 1, 
Oct 1, 
Sept. 22, 
Sept. 23, 
Oct. 1, 
Sept. 21. 



1881 
1881 
1881 
1881 
1881 
1881 
1881 
1881 
1881 
1881 
1881 
1881 
1880 
1881 
1881 
1881 
1881 
1881 
1881 
1881 
1881 
1881 
1881 
1881 
1881 
1881 
l«il 
1881 
1881 
1881 
1881 
1881 
1881 
1881 
1881 
1881 
1881 
18R1 
1881 



FIRST CLASS. 



21 



CADETS. 
39 members. 



Age at date 
ef admission. 



I 



8 

10 

2 
8 
5 

U 
9 
1 

7 
8 

8 
1 
6 
9 
9 
6 

9 
9 

U 
8 
9 
7 
8 
8 

11 

3 

10 
7 
8 
7 
9 


11 
2 



Older of XDsrit in— 



1 


• 


1 


;9 


9 


1 ^ 


iS 


33 


s 


c« 


S 


g 


S 


5 


^ 


s 



18 
84 
24 
15 
82 
39 
26 

1 

28 
80 
12 

9 
22 
87 

8 
17 
19 
23 

1 
25 

1 
14 

6 
30 
83 
27 
18 
88 
10 
16 
89 

1 
19 

1 

7 
85 
19 
86 
28 



9 
85 
29 

8 
18 
16 
87 

8 
84 
17 
24 
14 
82 
21 

4 

6 
28 
11 
87 
26 

1 

18 
82 
40 
81 

7 
22 
20 
26 
11 
16 
27 
29 

6 

2 
28 
10 
89 
19 



9 

I 
a 

si 

■ 


1 

a 
o 



26 
40 
25 

7 

35 
29 
37 

2 
81 
26 
17 

4 
29 
36 
24 
11 

9 
12 
84 
14 

8 

6 
20 
37 
22 
19 
17 
31 
16 
10 

8 
16 
23 

5 

1 

20 
13 
87 
28 



i 

9 



18 
24 
26 

4 
36 
39 
29 

6 
88 
26 
12 

5 
85 
S3 
14 

9 
10 
20 
28 
13 

2 
11 
21 
84 
87 
16 
18 
80 
22 

8 
17 
16 
26 

8 

1 
29 

7 
29 
29 



1i 
II 
1 



as 

a*S 

a a o 



21 


18 


36 


29 


30 


82 


6 


6 


36 


82 


83 


86 


87 


40 


8 


5 


30 


39 


16 


82 


27 


21 


8 


4 


85 


25 


26 


36 


20 


12 


9 


19 


11 


9 


10 


26 


30 


22 


7 


18 


2 


8 


6 


7 


16 


17 


40 


29 


28 


87 


28 


24 


28 


8 


22 


29 


84 


14 


14 


16 


. 12 


16 


18 


11 


19 


26 


4 


2 


1 


1 


16 


23 


18 


10 


89 


88 


29 


88 



4 



O 

O 













•c 




o 




a 




o 




-O 




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o 




M 




o 




.o 




^ 


4 


10 


35 


100 


34 


97 


27 


63 


1 


4 


86 


119 


40 


142 


16 


29 


82 


94 


21 


37 


26 


60 


5 


11 


2 


8 


88 


136 


6 


12 


17 


31 


14 


24 


88 


06 


11 


20 


22 


41 


8 


13 


29 


71 


23 


47 


12 


23 


25 


66 


8 


9 


9 


16 


24 


48 


20 


86 


17 


31 


81 


89 


19 


32 


89 


138 


6 


12 


10 


18 


87 


135 


12 


28 


28 


65 


80 


74 



Sea-service in 
practice-ship. 



I 



P 



24 
24 
22 
34 
18 
27 
34 
34 
18 
18 
34 
24 
17 
18 
24 
18 
24 
18 
24 
18 
24 
24 
27 
18 
18 
27 
24 
27 
27 
18 
24 
34 
18 
24 
34 
18 
18 
34 
18 



i 

a 
1 

a 

3 






18 

84 

83 

•6 

36 

86 

89 

*4 

86 

24 

33 

*5 

25 

87 

14 

11 

8 
30 
38 
15 
*3 

7 
19 
88 
81 
31 
16 
39 
17 
10 
13 
18 
30 
*8 
•1 
3 

9 
88 
3 



22 



BELATIVE STAKDING. 



NAVAL 
Second class— 



i 

1 








t 


Name. 


State. 

* 


Date of admis- 
sion. 


14 


Andrews, Philip 


New Jersey 


Sept. 


28.1882 


3i 


Berry, John Giveen 


Maine 


June 


17,1882 


25 


Billings, Comelins Canfleld 


Vermont .... 


Sept. 


28,1882 


7 


Bleed, George 


Kentucky .... 


June 


17,1882 


8 


Ballard, William Hannnm Orabb 


Pennsylvania . 


Sept. 


28,1882 


11 


Caldwell, William HoweU .... 


Tennessee .... 


Sept. 


28,1882 


17 


Cooper, George Franklin .... 


Georgia .... 


June 


17,1882 


19 


DeKrafft, John Charles Philip 


Iowa 


Feb. 


8,1881 


4 


Dodd, Willard Lonis 


Indiana . . . '. 


Sept. 


28,1882 


2 


Edgar, Webster Appleton .... 


New York .... 


Sept. 


22, 1881 


8 


Foust, William Harry 


Ohio .... 


Sept. 


28,1882 


28 


Griswold, John -Noble 


Wisconsin .... 


Sept. 


80,1882 


29 


Hall, Clinton Lincoln 


Massachusetts 


Sept. 


28,1882 


16 


Hawk, George Frederick . .< 


Pennsylvania 


June 


17,1882 


6 


Hines, Harold Kemble .... 


Kentucky 


Oct 


2, 1882 


9 


Jacobs, Beiijamin ^ . 


Kansas .... 


June 


11,1881 


18 


Jenkins, Friend William .... 


Pennsylvania . 


Sept. 


28,1882 


28 


Johnson, Edwin Van IHisen .... 


Indiana .... 


June 


17,1882 


*1 


Kress, Frederick Norton 


New York 


Oct. 


3,1882 


15 


Levis, Francis Adelbert 


New York .... 


June 


17, 1882 


27 


McMillan, John Taylor .... 


California 


June 


17.1882 


6 


Oman, Joseph Wallace 


Pennsylvania 


June 


17, 1882 


21 


Beilly, George Brinton .... 


Wisconsin 


Aug. 


28,1882 


13 


Bomsey, Harry Bdgerton .... 


Wyoming .... 


Sept. 


28,1882 


22 


Steams, John Warren 


New Hampshire 


Sept. 


28,1881 


12 


Strite, Samuel Melchoir . . . . 


Maryland .... 


Sept. 


28,1882 


10 


Tisdale, Byland DUlard . . . 


Kentucky 


Sept. 


28,1882 


26 


Winram, Samuel Black 


Missouri .... 


June 


17,1882 


20 


Witherspoon, Edward Taylor 


Conneotiont 


Sept 


28,1862 


80 


Toung, David May 


Virginia .... 


Sept 


30,1882 



SECOND CLASS. 



23 



<:;aj>ets. 

•30 members. 



Age at date of 
admiasioo. 




Order of merit in* 


— 




1 

1 
1 

1 


Sea-service in 
practice-ships. 




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RELATIVE STANDING. 



UAVAL 
Third Okm^ 



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56 
58 
45 
68 
9 
7 

39 
62 
52 
29 
37 
55 
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82 
78 
73 
74 
47 
13 
43 
10 
59 
38 
53 
57 
65 
14 
27 
15 
41 
11 
46 
67 
71 
16 
•2 
40 
80 
*5 
49 
72 



Name. 



Allen, Henry Asa 
Allen, Walter Raymond 
Bachman, Morris Piper 
Ballinger, James Grey 
Bertolette, Levi Calvin 
Blackwood, Korman Jerome 
Blue, Victor 
Bonghter, Francis . 
Bower, James McKesson 
Bristol, Mark Lambert 
Brown, Ford Hopkins . 
Brans, William Frederick 
Bryan, Henry FranelB 
Burke, Walter SafTord . 
Bnrrage, Gay Hamilton 
Callaghan, William Charles 
Camahan, John Sylvanns 
Cash, Charles Frederick 
Childs, Herbert Leslie 
Churchill, Creighton 
Cloke. William Snelling 
Cochran, Claude Stanley 
Cole, Eli Kelley . 
Coleman, Boss 
Craig, Charles Curtis . 
Craig, Colin Samuel 
Darby, Samuel Edgar . 
Davis, Archibald Hllliard 
Decker, Benton Clark 
Draper, Herbert Lemuel 
Dnrell, Edward Hovey 
Edmonds, Samuel Preston 
Eyre, George Washington 
Eyre, William Preston 
Gneydan, Henry Louis . 
Hibbs, Frank Warren . 
Hill, Charles Sanderson . 
Hudson, Charles Edward 
Hnrlbnt, Samnel Bay 
Jackson, Bichard Harrison 
Jewett, Thomas Scovell. 



State. 



Wisconsin 

New York . 

Iowa 

Kansas 

Delaware 

Pennsylvania 

Sonth Carolina 

Pennsylvania 

Blinois 

New Jersey 

Iowa 

Kentucky . 

Ohio 

Illinois 

Massachusetts 

Ohio . 

Ohio 

Wisconsin . 

Massachusetts 

Missouri 

New Jersey 

Ohio . 

New York . 

California 

Illinois 

Iowa 

Arkansas 

North Carolina 

Illinois . 

EJuisas 

Massachusetts 

Missouri 

Pennsylvania . 

Pennsylvania 

Texas 

Minnesota 

Arizona Territory 

Arkansas . 

Connecticut 

Alabama . 

Kansas 



Date of admis- 
tAon. 



Sept. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

May 

Sept. 

May 

Sept. 

May 

May 

Oct. 

May 

May 

Sept. 

May 

Sept 

May 

May 

Sept. 

May 

Sept. 

Sept 

May 

May 

May 

Sept. 

May 

May 

Sept 

May 

May 

Sept 

May 

Sept 

Sept 

Sept 

Sept 

Sept 

June 

May 



4.1883 

6,1883 

4, 1883 

6,1883 

4,1883 

17, 1883 

6,1883 

17,1883 

15,1883 

19,1883 

17,1883 

3, 1883 
2, 1883 

17,1883 

6,1883 

17, 1883 

27, 1883 
17,1883 
17, 1883 

4,1883 
17, 1883 

4, 1883 
4, 1883 

17, 1883 
17, 1883 
17,1883 

28, 1882 
17. 1883 
17, 1883 

6, 1883 

17, 1883 

19, 1883 

4, 1883 

17,1883 

4, 1883 

4, 1883 

6, 1883 

4, 1883 

4, 1883 

4, 1883 

17, 1883 



THIBD CLASS. 



2& 



GAI>BTS. 

80 fnemberi. 



Age at date of ad- 
miasion. 


Order of merit in~ 


Sea- service in prac- 
tice-ships. 


1 


1 


1 


• 

1 
sei- 

bB 


5 


French and Span- 
ish. 


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1 




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16 


7 


42 


55 


72 


17 


24 


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65 


69 


110 


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58 


16 


4 


52 


58 


40 


10' 


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2 


123 


4^ 


16 


2 


60 


60 


48 


78 


144 


2 


12 


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2 


37 


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41 


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6 


14 


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12 


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14 


4 


58 


42 


67 


67 


105 


4 


24 


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17 


6 


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67 


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52 


63 


2 


12 


52' 


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1 


1. 
19 


24 


25 


75 


135 


4 


24 


29' 


16 


6 


81 


2 


50 


3 


12 


4 


24 


87 


17 


5 


35 


55 


168 


45 


56 


2 


12 


55 


18 





1 


3 


1 


47 


58 


4 


24 


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16 


4 


30 


14 


54 


6 


14 


4 


24 

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82 


16 


2 


78 


42 


85 


9 


15 


2 


12 


78 


14 


8 


78 


69 


64 


81 


159 


4 


24 


78 


17 


9 


81 


79 


80 


63 


97 


2 


12 


74 


16 


10 


55 


'45 


45 


58 


76 


4 


24 


47 


15 


4 


3 


140 


14 


50 


62 


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24 


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36 


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41 


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11 


27 


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33 


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24 


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16 


9 


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20 


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59 


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67 


15 


10 


65 


72 


60 


71 


114 


4 


24 


71 


16 


8 


56 


8 


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77 


141 


2 


12 


16 


15 


10 


13 


7 


7 


30 


39 


2 


12 


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16 


2 


42 


74 


22 


43 


54 


2 


12 


40 


16 


10 


78 


74 


84 


37 


46 


2 


12 


80 


16 


10 


20 


1 


20 


59 


79 


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12 


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17 





44 


77 


48 


19 


25 


4 


24 


49 


16 


9 


66 


70 


79 


72 


116 


4 


24 


72: 



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BELATIYE STANDING. 



KAYAL 
Third chuB" 



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34 

80 
36 

8 
24 
•3 
28 
*4 
51 

6 
76 
42 
33 
44 
61 
29 
26 
66 
60 

,^ 
84 

48 
63 
23 
19 
12 
21 
85 
74 
54 
81 
18 
17 
20 
64 
79 
22 
70 
77 



Name. 



Johnston, Clutrles Ernest 
Kalbach, Lewis Alvin • - . 
La Toarette, William Sherman 
Logan, Greorge Wood 
Long. Andrew Theodore 
MeCvlly, Newton Alexander* Jr. 
McMillan. William Graham 
Marriott, John Jordan Orlttonden 
Martin, John Joseph • 
Moale, Edward, Jr. . 
Moore, Fred. Gordon 
Moseley, William Branch 
Murray, William Joseph 
O Halloran, Thomas Michael 
O'Neall, Miles Gaylord 
Peckham, Henry Lincoln 
Pigott, Michael Boyston 
Bodgers, Henry Croghan 
Bicketts, Joseph Vincent 
Bnssell, Frank Mead 
Salter, Jasper Colton . 
Scales, Archibald Henderson 
Sims, James Whittle 
Snow, Elliot 
Steber, Benjamin 
Steams, Ben Wade . 
Stocker, Bobert 
Stone, Clarence Morton. 
Straub, August Adolph 
Swanstrom, Frederick EmU 
TJbsdell, John Arnold . 
Washington, Thomas- 
Waters, Glen 

Wells, BeivJamin Warner, Jr. 
Welsh, Joseph John . 
Wilmer, William Binggold 
Williams, William Herschel 
Wiley. Henry Ariosto 
Young, Louis le Sassier 



State. 



Ohio 

Pennsylvania 
Ohio 
Ohio . 
North Carolina 
South Carolina 
North Carolina 
At large 
New York 
Montana 
Kansas 
Texas . 
New York 
Pennsylvania 
Indiana 
Bhode Island 
Massachusetts 
At large 
Ohio . 

Pennsylvania 
New York 
North Carolina 
Virginia . 
Utah Territory 
New York 
Iowa 
Minnesota 

Pennsylvania 

Minnesota 

Missouri . 

North Carolina 

Georgia 

Illinois 

Ohio 

Maryland 

Alabama . 

Texas. 

Louisiana 



Date of ad- 
mission. 



May 

Sept 

Oct 

Sept 

May 

May 

Sept 

Sept 

Sept 

June 

May 

Sept 

June 

May 

Sept 

May 

Sept 

May 

Sept. 

May 

Sept. 

May 

Sept 

Sept. 

May 

May 

Sept 

Sept 

Sept 

Sept. 

Sept. 

May 

May 

May 

May 

May 

May 

May 

Sept 



17 
26 
21, 

3 
17 
19, 

4 
26 

4, 
17 
17 

6 
17 
17 
28, 
17 
20 
19 

6 

19 
28 

19 
4 
4 

17 

17 
4, 

25, 
6, 
6, 

«. 
17 
17 
17 
19 
17 
17 
17 

6, 



1883 
1883 
1882 
1883 
1883 
1883 
1883 
1883 
1883 
1882 
1883 
1888 
1882 
1883 
1883 
1883 
1883 
1883 
1883 
1883 



1883 
1888 
1883 
1888 
1883 
1883 
1883 
1888 
1883 
1883 
1883 
1883 
1883 
1883 
1883 
1883 
1883 
1883 



THIRD CLASS. 



27 



CIDBTS. 
SO members. 



Age at date of ad- 
mission. 




Order of merit in — 




Sea-sfervice in prao- 
tice-ships. 


i 






















i 


4 


1 




^ 


' 




a 
1 




1 


lish and 
tory. 


3bra and 
ometry. 


OQ 

H 
1 


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nber of 
merits. 


i 


rf 


s 

9 


>i 


1 


1 


1 




1 


1 


1 


1 


17 


2 


88 


88 


18 


11 


20 


4 


24 


S4 


16 


9 


61 


58 


86 


3 


12 


8 


12 


50 


17 


5 


40 


81 


88 


81 


40 


4 


24 


86 


U 


10 


21 


24 


8 


22 


29 


2 


12 


8 


17 


1 


18 


33 


26 


11 


20 


4 


24 


24 


15 


11 


5 


10 


12 


11 


20 


4 


24 


•8 


17 


6 


24 


80 


28 


1 


8 


2 


12 


28 


16 


6 


8 


8 


18 


64 


102 


2 


12 


•4 


17 


7 


54 


24 


66 


74 


181 


2 


12 


51 


15 


8 


17 


11 


8 


55 


68 


7 





6 


17 


6 


77 


73 


81 


83 


187 


4 


24 


76 


16 


9 


87 


65 


40 


21 


28 


2 


12 


42 


15 


8 


83 


18 


85 


65 


103 


4 


18 


83 


16 


4 


48 


58 


44 


85 


45 


4 


24 


U 


16 


5 


66 


49 


75 


25 


83 


2 


12 


61 


17 


10 


28 


21 


29 


85 


45 


4 


24 


2t 


17 


7 


9 


51 


6 


80 


155 


2 


12 


26 


16 


6 


47 


80 


58 


68 


108 


4 


24 


66 


16 


11 


67 


60 


48 


28 


81 


2 


12 


60 


17 


4 


67 


71 


68 


28 


88 


4 


24 


69 


15 


7 


86 


21 


88 


57 


75 


4 


24 


84 


15 


1 


27 


51 


64 


60 


81 


4 


24 


48 


16 


10 


73 


57 


52 


14 


21 


2 


12 


63 


17 


2 


22 


17 


80 


20 


27 


2 


12 


23 


17 


6 


8 


19 


83 


65 


103 


4 


24 


19 


15 





80 


5 


30 


6 


14 


4 


24 


12 


17 


7 


40 


12 


28 


15 


28 


2 


12 


21 


16 


11 


49 


18 


86 


72 


116 


2 


12 


85 


15 


7 


76 


76 


73 


84 


205 


2 


12 


74 


16 


10 


24 


53 


73 


54 


64 


2 


12 


64 


16 


10 


80 


65 


10 


44 


55 


2 


12 


81 


18 





7 


28 


84 


8 


12 


4 


24 


18 


U 


11 


2 


40 


21 


82 


168 


4 


24 


17 


15 


4 


16 


44 


19 


15 


23 


4 


24 


20 


16 


9 


70 


34 


70 


61 


92 


2 


12 


64 


16 


1 


84 


77 


76 


28 


88 


4 


24 


79 


16 


7 


28 


87 


17 


2 


10 


4 


24 


22 


16 


8 


69 


68 


68 


81 


40 


4 


24 


70 


17 


10 


71 


82 


47 


89 


51 


2 


12 


77 



28 



FOURTH CLASS. 



Name. 



Aiken, Samuel James . • 
Alexander, James Nelson 
Anderson, Lonis Joseph . 
BaUey, Ralph . . . / 
Bassett, Frederic Brewster, jr. 
Baya, WilUam Peter 
Beach, Edwara Latimer 
Behse. Herman Henry 
Beokwith, Henry . 
Benham, Henry Kennedy . 
Beswick, J)elworth Wilson . 
Bischof, George Christian Wil- 
liam. 
Brand, Charles Angustine 
Brittain, Carlo Bonaparte . 
Camphell, Archie Perrin. 
Garden, Godfrey Lynet 
Carpenter, Henry Wilson 
Chandler, Lloyd Horwitz 
Clement, Edward Edmund 
Close, Hiram Bexvjamin 
Coe, Bobert .... 
Cramer, Stuart Warren 
Crose, William Michael . 
Dye, YanBuren 
Fairfax, Franklin Ernest . 
Pitch, Frederic 

Fitzgerald, George William . 
Franklin, William Buell 
Frick, Oliver 0*Donnell . 
Gates, Herbert Grenville 
Gillespie, William Thomas 
Gould, William Henry 
Hagood, Robert William . 
Hartrath, Armin . . 
Harris, JepthaVining 
Hay ward, George North 
Hicks, Nathan Woodhnll 
Hill, Alfred Newcomb . 
Hubbard, John Flavel 
Hughes, Charles Frederick • 
Hull, Robert Carter 
Howze, James Adrian . 
Ingate, Clarence Louis Adrian 
Joues, Roger ap Catesby . 
Kane, Theodore Porter . . 
Kemp, Henry Greenway 
Kierulif, Thomas Crindell 

Claude Hamilton . 
ild, Jacob Lonis 
ger, William Daniel 



NAVAL CADETS. 










Fourth Class — ^90 members. 








1 






Age at date of 
admission. 


Sea-service in 
practice -sbipa 


State. 


Date of 
admission. 










1 


1 


• 
OD 

1 


Days. 


Tennessee • 


Sept 4,188i 


17 


7 






Missouri . 


Sept. 6,1884 


17 


2 






Georgia . 


May 27, 1884 


17 


10 


2 


12 


Arkansas . 


Sept. 5^1884 


16 


11 






New York 


May 19,1884 


15 


4 


2 


12 


Florida 


May 20, 1884 


15 


8 


2 


12 


Minnesota 


May 20, 1884 


16 


10 


2 


12 


New York . 


May 21, 1884 


17 


4 


2 


12 


New York 


Sept 4,1884 


• 17 


7 






New York . 


May 10,1884 


16 


9 


2 


12 


Michigan 


May 20, 1884 


15 


8 


2 


12 


Nebraska . 


Sept 5,1884 


17 


10 






Connecticut . 


May 20,1884 


16 





2 


12 


Kentucky . 


May 19,1884 


17 


4 


2 


12 


Missouri 


May 20, 1884 


16 





2 


12 


California . 


May 19,1884 


17 


9 


2 


12 


At large . 


April 24, 1884 


17 


11 


2 


12 


New Hampshire 


Sept 4,1884 


15 









Kentucky 


Sept. 29, 1884 


16 


7 






Texas 


May 22,1884 


17 


3 


2 


12 


New York 


Sept 5,1884 


16 


1 






Illinois . 


Sept 4,1884 


16 


5 






Indiana 


May 19, 1884 


17 


3 


2 


12 


Arkansas 


May 19,1884 


16 


11 


2 


12 


New York 


Sept 6,1884 


17 


10 






Colorado 


Sept. 4,1884 


17 


2 






Illinois 


Sept 4,1884 


17 


6 






Maryland 


May 20, 1884 


16 


8 


2 


12 


Maryland . 


May 20,1884 


15 


3 


2 


12 


Michigan 


Sept 4,1884 


17 


4 






Virginia . 


Sept 5,1884 


15 


5 






Ohio 


Sept 4,1884 


16 


3 






Alabama . 


Sept 6,1884 


17 


7 






Michigan 


Sept 4,1884 


16 









Florida 


May 20, 1884 


17 


11 


2 


12 


New York' . 


May 19,1884 


17 


11 


2 


12 


Minnesota 


May 19, 1884 


16 


8 


2 


12 


Illinois . 


May 20, 1884 


17 


5 


2 


12 


New York 


Sept 5,1884 


17 


2 






Maine . 


Sept 6,1884 


17 


10 






At large . 


May 20,1884 


14 


7 


2 


12 


Mississippi . 


Sept 6,1884 


17 


3 






Alabama . 


May 20, 1884 


16 


4 


2 


12 


Alabama 


Sept 5,1884 


17 


8 






New York 


May 19, 1884 


15 


2 


2 


12 


Virginia 


June 2,1884 


16 


8 


2 


12 


Iowa 


Sept 18, 1884 


16 


10 






Virginia . 


Sept 26, 1884 


16 


8 






Wisconsin 


May 20, 1884 


15 


5 


2 


12 


Pennsylyani* . 


May 20,1884 


15 


9 


2 


12 



FOUBTH CLASS. 



29 



XAVAL CADETS. 

Fourth class — ^90 members — Continued. 



> 


• 


Date of 
admission. 


Age at date of 
admission. 


Sea-servioe in 
praotice-ships. 


Ifame. 


State. 


1 


1 


1 


1 


KoMfcer, Osoar William 




April 5,1884 


17 


10 


2 


12 


Lafferty, John Lovett 


Califomia 


Sept. 6,1884 


17 


7 






Lange, Hermann Diedriok . 


New York 


Sept. 6,1884 


17 


7 






L^eone, John Aroher 


Louisiana 


May 19, 1884 


17 


4 


2 


12 


Lo jail, George 


Virginia . 


Sept 24, 1884 


16 


6 






Marble, Frank 


New York . 


Sept 4,1884 


17 









Helsun, Edmand Preston ' . 


Missouri 


May 20, 1884 


17 


7 


2 


12 


Miller, Marous Lyon . • 


Massachusetts . 


Sept 4,1884 


17 


11 






Morgan, Caaey Bmoe • 


Mississippi 


Sept 4,1884 


16 


10 






Monroe, Hoses Daniel . 


New York 


May 19,1884 


17 


7 


2 


12 


Moriis, Joseph BalsUm • 


Illinois . 


May 19, 1884 


17 


5 


2 


12 


Mowbray, Lonis 


New York 


May 21,1884 


17 


2 


2 


12 


Moses, Lanrence Harry . 


Louisiana 


Sept 8,1884 


14 


1 






Mnrdough, Frank Orin 


Pennsylvania 


May 20,1884 


16 


5 


2 


12 


Marphy, Ignatius Ingoldsby . 


New York 


Sept 8,1884 


17 


4 






Norton, Albert Leland . 


Ohio . 


May 23, 1884 


17 


11 


2 


12 


t^ainby, Edwin Rnfos 


New York . 


May 22, 1884 


14 


9 


2 


12 


Seid, James Henry 


Virginia . 


Sept 4,1884 


14 


9 






Biley, James Franklin 


Nebraska * 


April 24, 1884 


17 


11 


2 


12 


Sobertson, Aebley Herman . 


Illinois 


Sept 4,1884 


16 


8 






Robiaon. Samnel Shelbnm 


Pennsylvania . 


Sept 4,1884 


17 


3 






Bowan, Willie McDaniel .' 


West Virginia . 


May 19, 1884 


17 


8 


2 


12 


SeUHdge, Greorge Shepley 


At large 


Sept 6,1884 


15 


11 






Scott, James Hatokison 


At large 


Oct. 1, 1884 


17 


7 






Shaffer, Paul Clarke 


Ohio 


May 20,1884 


15 


5 


2 


12 


Saith, Richard Montgomery . 


Wisconsin 


April 4,1884 


17 


10 


2 


12 


Smith, Ernest Frederick 


nilaois . 


Sept 5.1884 


16 









Smoak, Marcus Frederic . 


South Carolina . 


May 19,1884 


17 


4 


2 


12 


Stafford, Lerey Augustus « 


Louisiana 


Sept, 15, 1884 


14 


9 








Kentucky 


Sept 4,1884 


16 


« 






Taylor, Hemy.Jr. . 


At large 


May 27, 1884 


16 


2 


2 


12 


Tntein, Constantine Diedriok « 


Massachusetts . 


Sept 6,1884 


16 


2 






Tan Allen, John MoEwen . 


New York 


June 12, 1884 


17 


11 


2 


12 


Van Antwerp', William Clartcson 


Iowa 


May 19, 1884 


16 


10 


2 


12 


Vansant, WilUam Newton • 


Pennsylvania. 


Sept 4,1884 


15 


6 






Wedderbnm, John . 


Illinois 


Sept 5,1884 


16 









Wert, Emeat Edwavd . 


Georgia . 


May 28,1884 


16 


10 


2 


12 


Wilbur, Gurlls Dwight . 


Dakota 


May 19,1884 


17 


5 


2 


12 


WilUams, Chester Bond 


Iowa 


May 28, 1884 


17 


10 


2 


12 


WUliams, Oeerge Washington . 


South Carolina . 


Sept 6,1884 


15 


7 







ISUMT " 



^'MARY. 



First olasa 
Second olaas 
Third class 
Fourth class 

Total 



89 members* 
80 members. 
80 members. 

90 members. 

1? 



RESIGNATIONS AND DISMISSALS. 

V January 2 to Ootoher 7, 1884. 



BESIGNED. 



Naval Cadet Henry E. Bracks 
Naval Cadet John E. Ethell 
Naval Cadet John L. Wethered . 
Naval Cadet Alphens L. Porter 
Naval Cadet Oliver O'D. Frick . 
Naval Cadet Walter Canaday . 
Naval Cadet William D. Kochersperger 
Naval Cadet James N. Alexander 
Naval Cadet Lonis D. Ferriss 
Naval Cadet Harry L. Boyd 
Naval Cadet Biohard T. Shipley . 
Naval Cadet Delworth W. Beswick . 
Naval Cadet William B. Bonham . 
Naval Cadet Archie P. Campbell 
Naval Cadet Henry W. Carpenter 
Naval Cadet Henry H. Davis . 
Naval Cadet Erie Edmundson 
Naval Cadet George W. Galloway 
Naval Cadet Bobert C. Hull 
Naval Cadet Frank Kelly . . 
Naval Cadet Oscar W. Koester . . 
Naval Cadet Edward P. Morgan 
Naval Cadet William T. Peacock . 
Naval Cadet Franklin Potter 
Naval Cadet William H. Seymoar 
Naval Cadet Edwin M. Taliaferro . 
Naval Cadet James Van de Wyngaard 
Naval Cadet Harry Friedlander 
Naval Cadet Godfrey L. Carden 
Naval Cadet Louis Mowbray 
Naval Cadet George E. Lynott 
Naval Cadet Valentine H. MuUer 
Naval Cadet William C. Van Antwerp 
Naval Cadet Alfred N. Hill 
Naval Cadet Joseph A. Gnthrie 
Naval Cadet William T. Gillespie . 
Naval Cadet James L. Jacobs 
Naval Cadet Charles K. Lnzenber^ , ■* 
Naval Cadet Chester L. Caldw^^sippl . 



Naval Cadet Lonis E. W'* 
Naval Cadet George V^ 
Naval Cadet Frank* 
Naval Cadet Char^ • 
Naval Cadet Pi^^^^ * 

30. ibLonig . 

.^aersperger, William Daniel 



Alabama . 
Alabama 
New York 
Virginia • 

Iowa 
Virginia . 
Wisconsin 
Pennsylvania . 



May -^It 
Sept. 6,181 
May 20,188 
Sept. 5,188 
May 19, 18^ 
June 2,1 
Sept 18,' 
Sept 2^ 
May 2 
May 2v 



Jan. 2,1884 
Jan. 17, 1884 
Jan. 17, 1884 
Jan. 16, 1884 
Jan. 19,1884 
Jan. 22, 1884 
Jan. 28, 1884 
Jan. 30, 1884 
Feb. 2,1884 
Feb. 4,1884 



Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 



4,1884 
4,1884 
4,1884 
4,1884 
4,1884 
4,1884 
4,1884 
4,1884 
4,1884 
4,1884 
4,1884 
4,1884 
4,1884 
4,1834 
4,1884 
4,1884 
4,1884 
5,1884 
5,1884 
5,1884 



Feb. 28, 1884 
Mar. 20, 1884 
Apr. 8,1884 
Apr. 10,1884 
Apr. 15,1884 
Apr. 17, 1884 
May 2,lt^ 
Jnne 9,1884 
June 9,1884 
June 10, 1884 
Jnne 11, 1884 
June 13, 1884 
Jnne 13, 1884 
Ang. 6,1884 



BESIGNATIONS AND DISMISSALS. 



31 



Naval Cadet Henry K. MoCay 
Naval Cadet John B. Harrell 
Naval Cadet B. O. Crisp 
Naval Cadet Thomas H. Leary 
Naval Cadet Frederic E. Curtis 



Naval Cadet Harry B. Mulford 

Naval Cadet W ilUam E. Tolin . 

Naval Cadet Sam W. Irwin . 

Naval Cadet Clarence H. Mathews 

Naval Cadet Willis B. Day . 

Naval Cadet William S. Hollis . 

Vaval Cadet John C. Leonard 
^aval Cadet Andrew McAllister 
?aval Cadet Ledru B. Savage 
faval Cadet Edward S. Hawke 
laval Cadet Harry W. McGee 



DROPPED. 



DISMISSED. 

iival Cadet Leon H. Jastremski .... 
»val Cadet John W. Maxcy . /'^, 
Tal Cadet Frederic Parker .... 

i ^ DIED. 

P * t'wlet Frederick S. Strang 

>;''«- ^^et Ambrose B. W. Cohen (at Angnsta, Ga.) 






Ang. 6,1884 
Ang. 7,1884 
tAng. 21, 1884 
Ang. 23, 1884 
Ang. 24, 1884 



Feb. 5,1884 
Feb. 5,1884 
Feb. 18, 1884 
Mar. 25, 1884 
Jnly 10, 1884 
Jnly 10, 1884 
*Sept.26, 1884 
•Sept.26, 1884 
Oct. 1, 1884 
Oct. 1,1884 
Oct. 4,1884 



Feb. 28, 1884 
Feb. 28, 1884 
Feb. 28, 1884 



Oct. 3,1884 
Oct. 7,1884 



e ^ »K e take eifect December 31, 18M. 

**^ z » • 



t To take effect IToTMnbcr 18, 18M. 



RESIGNATIONS AND DISMISSALS. 

V January 2 to October 7, 1884. 



BESIGNED. 



Naval Cadet Henry E. Bracks 
Naval Cadet Johu E. Ethell 
Naval Cadet John L. Wethered . 
Naval Cadet Alphens L. Porter 
Naval Cadet Oliver O'D. Frick . 
Naval Cadet Walter Canaday . 
Naval Cadet William D. Kochersperger 
Naval Cadet James N. Alexander 
Naval Cadet Lonis D. Feiriss 
Naval Cadet Harry L. Boyd 
Naval Cadet Richard T. Shipley . 
Naval Cadet Del worth W. Beswick . 
Naval Cadet William B. Bonham . 
Naval Cadet Archie P. Campbell 
Naval Cadet Henry W. Carpenter 
Naval Cadet Henry H. Davis . 
Naval Cadet Erie Edmundson 
Naval Cadet George W. Galloway 
Naval Cadet Robert C. Hull 
Naval Cadet Frank Kelly . 
Naval Cadet Oscar W. Koester . . 
Naval Cadet Edward P. Morgan 
Naval Cadet William T. Peacock . 
Naval Cadet Franklin Potter 
Naval Cadet William H. Seymour 
Naval Cadet Edwin M. Taliaferro 
Naval Cadet James Van de Wyngaard 
Naval Cadet Harry Friedlander 
Naval Cadet Godfrey L. Carden 
Naval Cadet Louis Mowbray 
Naval Cadet George E. Lynott 
Naval Cadet Valentine H. MuUer 
Naval Cadet William C. Van Antwerp 
Naval Cadet Alfred N. Hill 
Naval Cadet Joseph A. Guthrie 
Naval Cadet William T. Gillespie . 
Naval Cadet James L. Jacobs 
Naval Cadet Charles K. Luzenber^ , ■* 
Naval Cadet Chester L. Caldw^'^'^Sippi . 



Naval Cadet Lonis E. W" 
Naval Cadet George V^ 
Naval Cadet Frank* 
Naval Cadet Char^ • 
Naval Cadet Piq,f " ' 

30 jbLonig . 

uersperger, WiUiam Daniel 



Alabama . 
Alabama . 
New York 
Virginia . 

Iowa . 

Virginia . 
Wisconsin 
Pennsylyania . 



May . ., U 
Sept. 6,181 
May 20, 188 
Sept. 5,188 
May 19, 18^ 
June 2,1 
Sept 18,' 
Sept 29 
May 2' 
May 2i 



Jan. 2,1884 
Jan. 17, 1884 
Jan. 17,1884 
Jan. 16, 1884 
Jan. 19,1884 
Jan. 22, 1884 
Jan. 28, 1884 
Jan. 30, 1864 
Feb. 2,1884 
Feb. 4,1884 



Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 



4,1884 
4,1884 
4,1884 
4,1884 
4,1884 
4,1884 
4,1884 
4,1684 
4,1884 
4,1884 
4,1684 
4,1884 
4,1884 
4,1834 
4,1884 
4,1884 
4,1884 
5,1884 
5,1884 
5,1884 



Feb. 28, 1884 
Mar. 20, 1884 
Apr. 8,1884 
Apr. 10, 1884 
Apr. 15,1884 
Apr. 17,1884 
May 2,lt^ 
Jnne 9,1884 
June 9,1884 
June 10, 1884 
June 11, 1884 
June 13, 1884 
Jane 13, 1884 
Ang. 6,1884 



RESIGNATIONS AND DISMISSALS. 3l 

Naval Cadet Henry K. MoCay Ang. 6,1884 

Naval Cadet John B. Harrell Ang. 7, 1884 

Naval Cadet B. O. Crisp . . . ' tAng. 21, 1864 

Naval Cadet Thomas H. Leary . . . . . . ' . Ang. 23, 1884 

Naval Cadet Frederic E. Cnrtis Ang. 24, 1884 

DROPPED. 

Naval Cadet Harry B. Mnlford Feb. 5,1884 

Naval Cadet William E.Tolin Feb. 5,1884 

Naval Cadet Sam W. Irwin Feb. 18, 1884 

Naval Cadet Clarence H. Mathews Mar. 25, 1884 

Naval Cadet Willis B. Day Jnlyl0,1884 

Naval Cadet William S. Hollis Jnlyl0,1864 

Naval Cadet John C. Leonard • *Sept.26, 1884 

Naval Cadet Andrew McAllister *Sept.26, 1884 

Naval Cadet Ledrn B. Savage Oct. 1, 1884 

Naval Cadet Edward S. Hawke . Oct. 1, 1884 

Naval Cadet Harry W. McGee Oct. 4, 1864 

DISMISSED. 

Naval Cadet Leon H. Jastremski Feb. 26, 1684 

Naval Cadet John W. Maxcy , j^^ Feb. 28, 1884 

Naval Cadet Frederic Parker Feb. 28, 1884 

DIED. 

Naval Cadet Frederick S. Strang Oct. 3, 1884 

Naval Cadet Ambrose B. W. Cohen (at Angnsta, Ga.) . . Oct. 7, 1884 

* To take effect December 31, ISM. « To take effect Kovember 18, ISM. 



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.32 MEBIT-BOLLS. 



MERIT-ROLLS FOR 1883-84. 



Merit-rolls f made out annually for ea^h class, show the proficiency of the cadets in each 
branch of study. The numbers given in the tahle^ page 58, showing the relative weight of the 
different branches, are used as coefficients; the final mark in each branch (on a scale of 4) 
being multiplied by the number assigned to that branch. The sum of the products, after adding 
multiple for conduct, is the final mark of the cadet for the year. 

In the case of cadets who take an advanced course in any branch, the final mark in that 
branch is determined by adding to the final mark received in the required course one-fifth of iki 
amount by which the final mark in the advanced course exceeds 2.50. 

In the graduating merit-roll, the final mark for the course is determined by thC'Sum oftk* 
yearly marks. 

** Cadets who attain 85 jper cent, of the multiple in any year shall be distinguished by a star 
affixed to their names on the merit-rolls." — {Regulations U. 8. Naval Academy, $ 150.) 

The diplomas of cadets whose final marks on the graduating merit-roll are not less than 85 
per cent, of the maximum, read ** passed with distinction;" those whose final marks are be- 
tween 74 per cent, and Sb per cent, of the maximum, read ** passed with credit ;" and those 
whose final marks are between 62^ jp«r cent, and 74 per cent., read ** passed." 

Cadets whose names are marked thus (t) were found deficient, but were allowed to continut 
in their classes on condition of passing at a re-examination. 

Those marked {^) were found deficient, and recommended to be dropped. 



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JHerit-roll of naval oadeti of the aecontMa$8 (40 menibere)^ at the annual examiniMon June, 

1884. 



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14 
15 
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29 
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Name. 



Maxima. 



DftTld W. Taylor 
William McKay 
John 6. Tawresey . 
Albert 0. Dieffenliaeh 
Theodore 0. Feiiton 
Yolney 0. Chase 
William a. Miller . 
Gkorge W. Kline 
Alexander Thompson 
George B. Slocnm 
James W. Kittrell . 
Charles S. Stanworth 
Joseph Straoss 
"Walker W. Joynes 
John P. McGninness 
Armistead Bast . 
Thomas B. Slade 
Harrison A. Bispham 
Davids. Nes . 
Benjamin M. Lombard 
Bobert L. Bassell . 
George K. Evans 
Louis E. Warfield a 
Charles M. McCormick 
Edward W. Eberle 
William W. Gilmer. 
Bobert E. Coontz . 
George B. Tennant 
Bei\jamin Wright . 
James E. Shindel 
Glennie Tarbox 
Charles C. Foe 
Albert Bnmstine 
Charles M. Corpening 
Arthnr H. Datton 
Bobert B. Howell . 
Julias M. Dashiell 
Samuel E. Pitner 
James T. Bootes 
Preston H. Uberroth 



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14.40 
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13.52 
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11.40 
10.20 
14.40 
13.80 
10.92 
11.32 
13.48 
12.00 
14.20 
11.16 
10.88 
12.12 
12.32 
14.40 
10.80 
11.20 
10.76 
10.48 
10.84 
10.40 
11.24 
10.68 
11.04 
10.20 
10.84 
10.44 
10.92 
10.80 
10.60 
10.48 



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15.40 
14.52 
13.84 
13,00 
14.92 
12.52 
11.56 
13.40 
13.32 
14.16 
12.76 
11.60 
14.76 
11.72 
11.88 
11.68 
13.60 
11.20 
13.32 
13.02 
11.76 
10.92 
10.80 
12.64 
11.20 
13.12 
1L80 
12.36 
12.12 
11.40 
11.24 
11.40 
12.02 
11.12 
11.96 
10.80 
10.16 
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61.38 
55.58 
51.94 
51.10 
51.24 
47.04 
43.12 
45.92 
45.08 
50.40 
40.88 
37.38 
41.02 
39.34 
39.76 
37.10 
37.94 
44.38 
39.20 
39.34 
35.84 
35.56 
37.10 
36.40 
35.42 
37.94 
36.96 
36.26 
37.52 
37.66 
37.24 
36.40 
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35.42 
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98 


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26.39 


26.67 


69.12 


25.48 


26.18 


66.78 


25.27 


24.99 


67.66 


24.57 


25.13 


65.88 


24.64 


23.52 


66.60 


24.92 


24.36 


65.70 


22.75 


24.01 


62.64 


23.31 


22.82 


60.66 


23.59 


22.47 


60.48 


28.52 


22.12 


57.06 


23.38 


23.17 


54.72 


20.37 


22.61 


56.16 


21.63 


20.37 


58.68 


21.77 


20.23 


58.32 


22.47 


23.59 


57.78 


20.30 


19.81 


61.38 


19.81 


18.55 


57.60 


20.30 


20.02 


54.90 


19.88 


20.58 


55. 9S 


20.09 


22.96 


49.50 


21.00 


19.81 


51.12 


22.54 


19.32 


52.02 


19.81 


17.50 


54.18 


18.83 


18.76 


51.84 


19.67 


20.44 


47,70 


18.34 


18.48 


50.94 


18.13 


19.67 


47.70 


18.69 


20.44 


51.84 


18.69 


19.04 


49.14 


17.78 


19.88 


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49.50 


17.99 


19.25 


47.16 


19.04 


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17.78 


18.62 


47.34 


17.92 


18.76 


46.80 


18.48 


19.39 


47.34 


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46.62 


18.41 


15.54 


48.24 


19.74 


18.34 


48.24 


18.69 


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46.98 



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11.22 
11.28 
10.26 
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10.56 
10.62 
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6.24 
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11.52 

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214.20 
209.70 
209.66 
204.56 
200.82 
192.82 
187.19 
184.92 
183.60 
182.05 
179. 16 
177.64 
177.54 
177.04 
175. 07 
170. 72 
169.32 
16a 96 
167.65 
167.39 
165.50 
161.01 
160.99 

isa 13 

15a 08 
156.56 
155.09 
154.59 
153.80 
152. 72 
152.62 
151. 36 
148.12 
148.06 
146.87 
143.01 
14a 77 
14a 22 
14a 76 



a Besigned. 



THIBD CLASS. 



Hal examination, Jnne, 



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48 


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M.M 


18.30 


21.00 


21.18 


20.68 


4.09 


131.41 


2 


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17.70 


19.60 


23.82 


la.BO 


4.BI 


127.31 




wmum H. Q. Bnllard . 










40. «B 




20.22 


n.S2 


18.12 


s-oe 


121.32 


4 


WlUard L. Dodd 










se.ra 


18.30 


ai.80 


17.82 


20.22 


B.4B 


120.88 


i 


Joseph W. Oman . . 










SB. 00 


1S.M 


19.93 


IS. 12 


19.20 


7.B2 


110.40 




Harold E. EInes . 










S&72 


It. 92 


20.10 




18. BO 


B.08 


1IS.5( 




George Breed . 










se.3s 


18.90 


18.30 


18.18 


19. OB 


3.30 


117.30 


9 . WUliftcn E. FoDtt 


















20.76 


S.63 


117.06 


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13.84 


e.82 


118.02 


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21.30 


17.82 


G.95 


115.93 


11 1 William H. CaldvaU 










39 


30 


10. 02 


18.30 


18.50 


lAOO 


0,14 


115.66 


i:l Samuel ICStrlte . . 










S9 




17.34 




10.98 


17.40 


0.00 


115.32 


13 Hsrry K. Rnmsey . . 










as 


24 


18.30 


18.30 


IS. 90 


19.02 


6.12 


113, 78 


H j Philip Andrew. . 










30 


T2 


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18.00 


16.14 


10.38 


5. SO 


US, 06 


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36 








20.58 


7.71 




1< 1 George F. Hawk . . 










3«.3<l 


17. M 


IB. BO 


10.14 


17.82 


fi.BO 


112.62 


17 George F. Cooper . 










S2.40 


17.28 


20.40 


19.14 


16.00 


7.01 


111.83 


IS Friend W. Jenkins . 


















17.58 


3. S3 


110,37 


18 John C. P. DeKrafft 










W1.M 


IB,*8 


17.22 


10.08 


17.70 


0.40 


109.18 


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31. ea 


15.90 


20.34 


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10.44 


5l41 


108 43 


21 i George B. Keillj 










33.12 


le.oo 


18.24 


10.80 


17,82 


0.94 


107,02 


Ki| John W. Stearns . . 














IB.B2 




18.42 


4.51 




» i Edwin TSD D. JobuMD. 










37.20 










4,08 


10«I.4S 


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32. 2§ 


17.34 


17.34 


ia.i3 


10.08 


4,07 


106,33 












S2.SB 


IS. 00 


IB. 38 


IS. 90 


10.02 


8.76 


103,83 


M . Samnel B. ■Winn.m 










32. K! 


16.00 


IB. 08 


16,12 


18,12 




102.88 


Xl Jobn T. MoUillan . . 










M.04 


16.72 


16.48 


16.42 


15.84 


4,42 


10L91 


SO JohnW.Grtawold 










30.96 


mso 


17.40 




16.84 


3.30 


07,95 


U CUnMn L. Hall 










80.00 


16.00 


16.00 


17.10 


10. 2« 


1.B3 


06,06 


t David U. Yoong 










31.M 


14.40 


17.28 


19. OB 


15.24 


5,80 


103, 7B 


} 1 Cheeter L. Caldwell 










ze.M 


M.58 


17.10 


10.60 


10.80 






i 1 Fnink D. Vebster 






29. Si 


16.64 


16. BO 


15. OB 


18.84 


5,34 


100.08 



RESIGNATIONS AND DISMISSALS, 

V January 2 to October 7, 1884. 



RS8IONBD. 



Naval Cadet Henry E. Bracks 
Naval Cadet John E. Ethell 
Naval Cad9t John L. Wethered . 
Naval Cadet Alpheng L. Porter 
Naval Cadet Oliver CD. Frick . 
Naval Cadet Walter Canaday . 
Naval Cadet William D. Koohersperger 
Naval Cadet James N. Alexander 
Naval Cadet Louis D. Ferriss 
Naval Cadet Harry L. Boyd 
Naval Cadet Richard T. Shipley . 
Naval Cadet Delworth W. Beswick . 
Naval Cadet William B. Bonham . 
Naval Cadet Archie P. Campbell 
Naval Cadet Henry W. Carpenter 
Naval Cadet Henry H. Davis . 
Naval Cadet Erie Edmundson 
Naval Cadet George W. Galloway 
Naval Cadet Robert C. Hull 
Naval Cadet Frank Kelly . 
Naval Cadet Oscar W. Koester • . 
Naval Cadet Edward P. Morgan 
Naval Cadet William T. Peacock . 
Naval Cadet Franklin Potter 
Naval Cadet William H. Seymoar 
Naval Cadet Edwin M. Taliaferro . 
Naval Cadet James Van de Wyngaard 
Naval Cadet Harry Friedlander 
Naval Cadet Godfrey L. Carden . 
Naval Cadet Louis Mowbray 
Naval Cadet George E. Lynott 
Naval Cadet Valentine H. MuUer 
Naval Cadet William C. Van Antwerp 
Naval Cadet Alfred N. Hill 
Naval Cadet Joseph A. Guthrie 
Naval Cadet William T. Gillespie . 
Naval Cadet James L. Jacobs 
Naval Cadet Charles K. Luzenber|r ^ 
Naval Cadet Chester L. Caldw -^Pi 
Naval Cadet Louis E. Wi ^l»bM»» 
Naval Cadet George V 
Naval Cadet Frank * 
Naval Cadet Cha^' * 
Naval Cadet Pi^^ 

30 Lonis . 

•dperger, William Daniel 



Alabama 

New York 

Virginia 

Iowa 

Virginia . 

Wisconsin 

Pennsylvania 



.tflw^ m 



6c 

Sept. 6,1884 
May 20, 1884 
Sept. 6,1884 
May 19,1884 
Jane 2,189 
Sept 18, IS 
Sept 26, 1^ ' 
Hay 20, : 
Hay 20, . 



Jan. 2, 
Jan. 17, 
Jan. 17, 
Jan. 18, 
Jan. 19, 
Jan. 22, 
Jan. 28, 
Jan. 30, 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 5, 
Feb. 6, 
Feb. 5, 
Feb. 28, 
Mar. 20, 
Apr. 8, 
Apr. 10, 
Apr. 15, 
Apr. 17, 
May 2, 
June 9, 
June 9, 
June 10, 
June 11, 
June 13, 
June 13, 
Aug. 6, 



BESIGNATIONS AND DISHISSALS. 



31 



Kayal Cadet Henry K. McCay 
Naval Cadet John B. Harrell 
Naval Cadet R. O. Crisp 
Naval Cadet Thomas H. Leary 
Naval Cadet Frederic E. Curtis 



Naval Cadet Harry B. Mnlford 
Naval Cadet William E. Tolin . 
Naval Cadet Sam W. Irwin . 
Naval Cadet Clarence H. Mathews 
Naval Cadet Willis B. Day . 
Naval Cadet WiUiam S. HoUis . 
Naval Cadet John C. Leonard 
Naval Cadet Andrew McAllister 
Naval Cadet Ledrn B. Savage 
Naval Cadet Edward S. Hawke 
Naval Cadet Harry W. McGee 



DROPPED. 



DISBaSSED. 



Naval Cadet Leon H. Jastremskl 
Naval Cadet John W. Maxcy 
Naval Cadet Frederic Parker 



DIED. 

Naval Cadet Frederick S. Strang 

Naval Cadet Ambrose B. W. Cohen (at Angnsta, Ga.) 



Aug. 6,1884 
Aug. 7,1884 
tAng. 21, 1884 
Aug. 23, 1884 
Aug. 24, 1884 



Feb. 5,1884 
Feb. 5,1884 
Feb. 18, 1884 
Mar. 25, 1884 
July 10, 1884 
July 10, 1884 
*Sept.26, 1884 
•Sept.26, 1884 
Oct. 1, 1884 
Oct. 1, 1884 
Oct. 4,1884 



Feb. 28, 1884 
Feb. 28, 1884 
Feb. 28, 1884 



Oct. 3,1884 
Oct. 7,1884 



* To take effect December 31, 1884. 



tTo take effect November 18, 1881. 



RESIGNATIONS AND DISMISSALS. 

V January 2 to Octoher 7, 1884. 



BB8IONBD. 



Naval Cadet Henry E. Bracks 
Naval Cadet John E. Ethell 
Naval Cad9t Jolm L. Wethered . 
Naval Cadet Alphens L. Porter 
Naval Cadet Oliver CD. Frick . 
Naval Cadet Walter Canaday . 
Naval Cadet William D. Kochersperger 
Naval Cadet James N. Alexander 
Naval Cadet Lonis D. Ferriss 
Naval Cadet Harry L. Boyd 
Naval Cadet Richard T. Shipley . 
Naval Cadet Delworth W. Beswick . 
Naval Cadet William B. Bonham . 
Naval Cadet Archie P. Campbell 
Naval Cadet Henry W. Carpenter 
Naval Cadet Henry H. Davis . 
Naval Cadet Erie Edmundson 
Naval Cadet George W. Galloway 
Naval Cadet Bobert C. Hull 
Naval Cadet Frank Kelly . 
Naval Cadet Oscar W. Koester 
Naval Cadet Edward P. Morgan 
Naval Cadet William T. Peacock . 
Naval Cadet Franklin Potter 
Naval Cadet William H. Seymoar 
Naval Cadet Edwin M. Taliaferro 
Naval Cadet James Van de Wyngaard 
Naval Cadet Harry Friedlander 
Naval Cadet Godfrey L. Carden 
Naval Cadet Louis Mowbray 
Naval Cadet George E. Lynott 
Naval Cadet Valentine H. Mailer 
Naval Cadet William C. Van Antwerp 
Naval Cadet Alfred N. Hill 
Naval Cadet Joseph A. Gnthrie 
Naval Cadet William T. Gillespie . 
Naval Cadet James L. Jacobs 
Naval Cadet Charles K. Lnzenber^ . 
Naval Cadet Chester L. Cald w - Wi • 
Naval Cadet Lonis E. Wt ^'»^"»» 
Naval Cadet Greorge V^ 
Naval Cadet Frank ' 
Naval Cadet Cha^' ' 
Naval Cadet Pi^^^ 

30 Louis . 

. merger, William Daniel 



Alabama 
New York 
Virginia 
Iowa . 

Virginia . 
Wisconsin 
Pennsylvania . 



Sept. 6,188* 
May 20, 1884 
Sept. 6,1884 
May 19, 188* 
June 2,18? 
Sept* 18, 18 
Sept 26, If ' 
Hay 20, 
May 20, 



Jan. 2, 
Jan. 17, 
Jan. 17, 
Jan. 18, 
Jan« 19, 
Jan. 22, 
Jan. 28, 
Jan. 30, 
Feb. 2, 
Feb. 4, 
Feb. 4, 
Feb. 4, 
Feb. 4, 
Feb. 4, 
Feb. 4, 
Feb. 4, 
Feb. 4, 
Feb. 4, 
Feb. 4, 
Feb. 4, 
Feb. 4, 
Feb. 4, 
Feb. 4, 
Feb. 4, 
Feb. 4, 
Feb. 4, 
Feb. 4, 
Feb. 5, 
Feb. 6, 
Feb. 5, 
Feb. 28, 
Mar. 20, 
Apr. 8, 
Apr. 10, 
Apr. 15, 
Apr. 17, 
May 2, 
Jane 9, 
Jane 9, 
Jane 10, 
Jane 11, 
Jane 13, 
June 13, 
Aag. 6, 



BESIGNATIONS AND DISHISSALS. 



31 



Naval Cadet Henry K. McCay 
Naval Cadet John B. Harrell 
Naval Cadet R. O. Crisp 
Naval Cadet Thomas H. Leary 
Naval Cadet Frederic E. Curtis 



NavfJ Cadet Harry B. Mnlford 
Naval Cadet William E. Tolin . 
Naval Cadet Sam W. Irwin . 
Naval Cadet Clarence H. Mathews 
Naval Cadet Willis B. Day . 
Naval Cadet William S. HoUis . 
Naval Cadet John C. Leonard 
Naval Cadet Andrew McAllister 
Naval Cadet Ledra R. Savage 
Naval Cadet Edward S. Hawke 
Naval Cadet Harry W. McGee 

Naval Cadet Leon H. Jastremski 



DROPPED. 



DISMISSED. 



Naval Cadet John W. Maxcy 
Naval Cadet Frederic Parker 



DIED. 



Naval Cadet Frederick S. Strang 

Naval Cadet Ambrose B. W. Cohen (at Augusta, Ga.) 



Aug. 6,1884 
Aug. 7,1884 
tAug. 21, 1884 
Aug. 23, 1884 
Aug. 24, 1884 



Feb. 5,1884 
Feb. 5,1884 
Feb. 18, 1884 
Mar. 25, 1884 
July 10, 1884 
July 10, 1884 
•Sept.26, 1884 
•Sept.26, 1884 
Oct. 1,1884 
Oct. 1, 1884 
Oct. 4,1884 



Feb. 28, 1884 
Feb. 28, 1884 
Feb. 28, 1884 



Oct. 3,1884 
Oct. 7,1884 



* To take effect December 31, 1884. 



tTo take effect Ifovember 18, 1884. 



RESIGNATIONS AND DISMISSALS. 

V January 2 to Oetoher 7, 1884. 



RS8IONBD. 



Naval Cadet Henry E. Bracks 
Naval Cadet John E. Ethell 
Naval Cad9t John L. Wethered 
Naval Cadet Alpheng L. Porter 
Naval Cadet Oliver CD. Frlck 
Naval Cadet Walter Canaday . 
Naval Cadet William D. Kochersperger 
Naval Cadet James N. Alexander 
Naval Cadet Louis D. Ferriss 
Naval Cadet Harry L. Boyd 
Naval Cadet Richard T. Shipley . 
Naval Cadet Delworth W. Beswick 
Naval Cadet William B. Bonham . 
Naval Cadet Archie P. Campbell 
Naval Cadet Henry W. Carpenter 
Naval Cadet Henry H. Davis . 
Naval Cadet Erie Edmundson 
Naval Cadet George W. Galloway 
Naval Cadet Robert C. Hull 
Naval Cadet Frank Kelly . . 
Naval Cadet Oscar W. Koester - . 
Naval Cadet Edward P. Morgan 
Naval Cadet William T. Peacock . 
Naval Cadet Franklin Potter 
Naval Cadet William H. Seymoar 
Naval Cadet Edwin M. Taliaferro 
Naval Cadet James Van de Wyngaard 
Naval Cadet Harry Friedlander 
Naval Cadet Godfrey L. Carden 
Naval Cadet Louis Mowbray 
Naval Cadet George E. Lynott 
Naval Cadet Valentine H. Muller 
Naval Cadet William C. Van Antwerp 
Naval Cadet Alfred N. Hill 
Naval Cadet Joseph A. Guthrie 
Naval Cadet William T. Gillespie 
Naval Cadet James L. Jacobs 
Naval Cadet Charles K. Lnzenber? . 
Naval Cadet Chester L. Caldw -^ 
Naval Cadet Louis E. W* 
Naval Cadet George V^ 
Naval Cadet Frank ^ 
Naval Cadet -Char' 
Naval Cadet Pi% . 

30 4mis 

^/^rget, ^ lOiain Daniel 



.ukoama . 
AlalMuna 
New York 
Virginia 
Iowa 
Virginia. 
Wisconsin 
PennaylTinia 



Sept 6,1884 
Hay 20, 1884 
Sept 5,1884 
May 19,1884 
Jane 2,1884 
Sept 18, 188 
Sept 26, 18^ ' 
Hay 20,1 
Hay 20^1 



Jan. 2, 
Jan. 17, 
Jan. 17, 
Jan. 18, 
Jan. 19, 
Jan. 22, 
Jan. 28, 
Jan. 30, 
Feb. 2, 
Feb. 4, 
Feb. 4, 
Feb. 4, 
Feb. 4, 
Feb. 4, 
Feb. 4, 
Feb. 4, 
Feb. 4, 
Feb. 4, 
Feb. 4, 
Feb. 4, 
Feb. 4, 
Feb. 4, 
Feb. 4, 
Feb. 4, 
Feb. 4, 
Feb. 4, 
Feb. 4, 
Feb. 5, 
Feb. 6, 
Feb. 5, 
Feb. 28, 
Mar. 20, 
Apr. 8, 
Apr. 10, 
Apr. 15, 
Apr. 17, 
May 2, 
Jnne 9, 
Jnne 9, 
June 10, 
Jnne 11, 
Jane 13, 
Jnne 13, 
Ang. 6, 






BESIGNATIONS AMD DISMISSALS. 



31 



Naval Cadet Henry K. McCay 
Naval Cadet John B. Harrell 
Naval Cadet R. O. Crigp 
Naval Cadet Thomas H. Leary 
Naval Cadet Frederic E. Curtis 



Naval Cadet Harry B. Mnlford 
Naval Cadet W illiam E. Tolln . 
Naval Cadet Sam W. Irwin . 
Naval Cadet Clarence H. Mathews 
Naval Cadet Willis B. Day . 
Naval Cadet William S. HoUis . 
Naval Cadet John C. Leonard 
Naval Cadet Andrew McAllister 
Naval Cadet Ledru R. Savage 
Naval Cadet Edward S. Hawke 
Naval Cadet Harry W. McGee 



Naval Cadet Leon H. Jastremskl 



DROPPED. 



DISBUSSED. 



Naval Cadet John W. Maxcy 
Naval Cadet Frederic Parker 



DIED. 



Naval Cadet Frederick S. Strang 

Naval Cadet Ambrose B. W. Cohen (at Augusta, Ga.) 



Aug. 6,1884 
Aug. 7,1884 
tAug. 21, 1884 
Aug. 23, 1884 
Aug. 24, 1884 



Feb. 5,1884 
Feb. 5,1884 
Feb. 18, 1884 
Mar. 25, 1884 
July 10, 1884 
July 10, 1884 
*Sept.26, 1884 
•Sept.26, 1884 
Oct. 1, 1884 
Oct. 1, 1884 
Oct. 4,1884 



Feb. 28, 1884 
Feb. 28, 1884 
Feb. 28, 1884 



Oct. 3,1884 
Oct. 7,1884 



* To take effect December 31, 1884. 



fTo take effect Kovember 18, 1881. 



RESIGNATIONS AND DISMISSALS, 

>v January 2 to Ootoler 7, 1884. 



BB8IONED. 



Naval Cadet Henry E. Bracks 
Naval Cadet John E. Ethell 
Naval Cad9t John L. Wethered . 
Naval Cadet Alpheng L. Porter 
Naval Cadet Oliver O'D. Frick . 
Naval Cadet Walter Canaday . 
Naval Cadet William D. Kochersperger 
Naval Cadet James N. Alexander 
Naval Cadet Lonis D. Ferriss 
Naval Cadet Harry L. Boyd 
Naval Cadet Richard T. Shipley . 
Naval Cadet Delworth W. Beswick . 
Naval Cadet William B. Bonham . 
Naval Cadet Archie P. Campbell 
Naval Cadet Henry W. Carpenter 
Naval Cadet Henry H. Davis . 
Naval Cadet Erie Edmnndson 
Naval Cadet George W. Galloway 
Naval Cadet Robert C. Hull 
Naval Cadet Frank Kelly . 
Naval Cadet Oscar W. Koester • . 
Naval Cadet Edward P. Morgan 
Naval Cadet William T. Peacock . 
Naval Cadet Franklin Potter 
Naval Cadet William H. Seymour 
Naval Cadet Edwin M. Taliaferro . 
Naval Cadet James Van de Wyngaard 
Naval Cadet Harry Friedlander 
Naval Cadet Godfrey L. Carden . 
Naval Cadet Louis Mowbray 
Naval Cadet George E. Lynott 
Naval Cadet Valentine H. Mailer 
Naval Cadet William C. Van Antwerp 
Naval Cadet Alfred N. Hill 
Naval Cadet Joseph A. Guthrie 
Naval Cadet William T. Gillespie . 
Naval Cadet James L. Jacobs 
Naval Cadet Charles K. Luzenbenr ^ « 
Naval Cadet Chester L. Caldw*''««ippl . 



Naval Cadet Lonis E. W^ 
Naval Cadet George V^ 
Naval Cadet Frank * 
Naval Cadet Char^ • 
Naval Cadet Pie,^^^ ' 

??.. db Lonis . 
uersperger, William Daniel 



Alabama . 
Alabama 
New York 
Virginia 
Iowa 
Virginia . 
Wiflconain 
Pennsylvania . 



hM.^y ff Ik. 
Sept. 6,181 
May 20, 188 
Sept. 5,188 
May 19, 18' 
Jane 2,1 
Sept. 18, 
Sept2r 
May 3 
May 2v 



Jan. 


'^> 


1884 


Jan. 


17, 


1884 


Jan. 


17, 


1884 


Jan. 


18, 


1884 


Jan. 


19, 


1884 


Jan. 


22, 


1884 


Jan. 


28, 


1884 


Jan. 


30, 


1884 


Feb. 


2, 


1884 


Feb. 




1884 


Feb. 




1884 


Feb. 




1884 


Feb. 




1884 


Feb. 




1884 


Feb. 




1884 


Feb. 




1884 


Feb. 




1884 


Feb. 




]884 


Feb. 




1884 


Feb. 




1884 


Feb. 




1884 


Feb. 




1884 


Feb. 




1884 


Feb. 




1884 


Feb. 




1884 


Feb. 




18R4 


Feb. 




1884 


Feb. 


5, 


1884 


Feb. 


5, 


1884 


Feb. 


5, 


1884 


Feb. 


28, 


1884 


Mar. 20, 


1884 


Apr. 


8, 


1884 


Apr. 


10, 


1884 


Apr. 


15, 


1884 


Apr. 


17, 


1884 


May 


2, 


1884 


Jane 


9. 


1884 


Jane 


9. 


1884 


June 10, 


1884 


Jane 11, 


1HH4 


Jane 13, 


1884 


Jane 13, 


1884 


Ang. 


6, 


1884 



BESIGNATIONS AND DISMISSALS. 



31 



NaTal Cadet Henry K. McCay 
Naval Cadet John B. Harrell 
Naval Cadet B. O. Crisp 
Naval Cadet Thomas H. Leary 
Naval Cadet Frederio E. Curtis 



Naval Cadet Harry B. Mnlford 
Naval Cadet William £. Tolin . 
Naval Cadet Sam W. Irwin . 
Naval Cadet Clarence H. Mathews 
Naval Cadet Willis B. Day . 
Naval Cadet William S. HoUis . 
Naval Cadet John C. Leonard 
Naval Cadet Andrew McAllister 
Naval Cadet Ledru B. Savage 
Naval Cadet Edward S. Hawke 
Naval Cadet Harry W. McGee 

Naval Cadet Leon H. Jastremski 



DROPPED. 



DISMISSED. 



Naval Cadet John W. Maxcy 
Naval Cadet Frederio Parker 



DIED. 



Naval Cadet Frederick S. Strang 

Naval Cadet Ambrose B. W. Cohen (at Augusta, Ga.) 



Aug. 6,1884 
Aug. 7,1884 
tAug. 21, 1884 
Aug. 23, 1884 
Aug. 24, 1884 



Feb. 5,1884 
Feb. 5,1884 
Feb. 18, 1884 
Mar. 25, 1884 
July 10, 1884 
July 10, 1884 
*Sept.26, 1884 
•Sept.26, 1884 
Oct. 1,1884 
Oct. 1, 1884 
Oct. 4,1884 



Feb. 28, 1884 
Feb. 28, 1884 
Feb. 28, 1884 



Oct. 3,1884 
Oct. 7,1884 



* To take effect December 31, 1884. 



tTo take effect Ifovember 18, 1881. 



48 



COURSE OF INSTRUCTION. 



FIBST YBABp-FOTJBTH CLASS— CoBtinaed. 



SBCOND TEBM. 





h 


amber 'of 
months. 






Department. 


eekly 
tatloni 


Snlijects. 


Text-booka. 




^ 


^ 






MathemaUei, 


2 


4 


Alobbra : Coarse for first term continaed. 


Bay's Higher Algebra. 








Development of algebraic functions by 
means of indeterminate ooefflcients and 
the binomial theorem ; permutations and 
combinations ; summation of series ; con- 
tinued firaotions ; logarithms ; exponen- 
tial equations; theory of equations, includ- 
ing the solution of numerical equations. 


Todhunter's AlgebxA.* 
Bowditch's Useful Xa- 
blee.* 




3 




Gbombtrt : Coarse for first term continued. 

Spherical geometry ; the cone and the cylin- 
der; mensuration of rectilinear figures, 
and of the sphere, cone, and cylinder ; ap- 
plication of algebra to determinate geom- 
etry. 


Chauvenet's Geome- 
try. 


EngJUh Studieit 


2 




English: Bhetoric and composition; choice 


< 
Hill's Bhetoric. 


History, and Law. 






and use of words ; kinds of composition ; 
narration and description ; argumentiye 
composition ; exercises in the composition 
of letters and telegrams. Themes. 






8 




History : Progress of colonial development 
in America, and the history of the United 
States ; important points in the naval his- 
tory of the United States, by notes or lec- 


Eliot's History of tbe 

United States. 
Mitchell's Atlas.* 


• 






tures. 




Modem Languages, 


Hf 




Frbnch : Beading and translating * * Le Con- 
sorit", three periods a week. Written 
translations from English into French, 
two periods a week ; the Saturday period 
to be devoted chiefly to dictation. 


Le Conscrit de 1818. 
Keetel's Grammar.* 
Gasc's Dictionary.* 




2 




Spanish : Bobertson's method. [Given as 
an advanced course.] 


Bobertson's Spaalali 
Course. 



t Saturday morning period. 



COURSE OF INSTRUCTION. 



49 



SECOND TEAR—THIRD CLASS. 



FIRST TERM. 



Department. 


I' 


(0 

BO 

Is 

}Z5 


Snbjeots. 

• 


Text-books. 


Mathematict, 


1 
4 


4 
4 


Dbscrtptivb Gbometbt : Orthographic pro- 
jections ; representation of points, lines, 
and planes ; problems relating to the right 
line and the plane ; representations of sur- 
faces of the second order. 

Tbigonombtrt : Measures of arcs and an- 
gles ; trigonometric fanctions ; analytical 
investigation of trigonometric formulas, 
with their application to all the cases of 
plane and spherical triangles ; construc- 
tion and use of trigonometric tables ; in- 
verse trigonometric functions; De 
Moivre's theorem; solution of trigono- 
metric equations ; practical applications 
of trigonometry to the solution of plane 
and spherical triangles, the astronomical 
triangle, and the measurements of heights 
and distances. 


Church's Descriptive 
Geometry. 

Chaavenet's Trigo- 
nometry ; Todhunt- 
er's Trigonometry. 

Bowditch's Useful 
Tables.* 


English Studies, 
History, and Law, 


3 
2 

2 

1 

2 


1- 
3 

1 

« 

3 
3 


Enoubh: Classification of words; defini- 
nition of words by usage and by deriva- 
tion ; synonyms ; laws of change in the 
meaning of words ; faults in diction and 
their remedies; selection and arrange- 
ment; elementary principles of reason- 
ing ; principles of composition ; exercises 
in the composition of official dispatches, 
letters, and telegrams. Themes. 

History : Contemporary history, including 
the comparative study of governments, 
institutions, and political geography. 

Law : Constitution of the United States. 


Abbott and Seeley's 
English Lessons for 
English People ; Ab- 
bott's How to Write 
Clearly. 
Ayres's Orthoepist.* 
Ayres's Verbalist.* 

The School Herald. 
Martin's Statesman's 

Year Book.' 
Mitcheirs Atlas.* 
Andrews's Manual of 

the Constitution. 


Modem Itanguage: 


6 

1 


4 

4 


Frbnch : Reading and translating French 
comedy, three periods a week. "Written 
translations from English into French, or 
themes ; two periods a week. 

Spanish: Robertson's method; sea terms 
and phrases, and conversations thereon. 
[Given as an advanced course.] 


B6cher's Series of 

French Plays. 
Keetel's Grammar ;* 
Gasc's Dictionary.* 
La Calmena Espafiola. 
Robertson's Spanish 

Course.* 


Mechanical Draw- 
ing. 


1 


4 


Mbchanical Dbawino: Use of instru- 
ments ; preliminary construction of recti- 
linear and curved figures to scale ; inking 
in ; drawing section lines. 


Tomkin's Machine Con- 
struction and Draw- 
ini.* 



5765 N A- 



60 



COURSE OF INSTRUCTION. 



SECOND TEAR^THIRD CLASS— Continued 



SECOND TKRM. 



Department. 


Weekly reci- 
tations. 


Nnmber of 
months. 


Subjects. 


• 

Text-books. 

• 


MathmnaHeB. 


1 
4 


4 
4 


Descbiptive Geomrtky: Course for first 
term continued. 

Warped surfaces, and surfaces of revolu- 
tion ; development of single-curved sur- 
faces ; intersection of surfaces ; tangent 
lines and planes; projections of the 
sphere; axometric projections; shades 
and shadows. 

Analytical Geomrtby : Equations of the 
straight line and of the conic sections ; 
transformation of co-ordinates; proper- 
ties of the conic sections ; equations to 
tangents and normals; determination of 
loci ; discussion of the general equation 
of the second degree ; equations of the 
plane, of lines in space, and of surfaces 
of the second order ; principal properties 
of surfaces of the second order ; discus- 
sion of the general equation of the sec- 
ond degree in three variables. 


Church's Descriptive 
Geometry. 

C. Smith's Conic Seo- 
tioDB; Aldis's Solid 
Geometry. 


Phyiiei and Ohem- 
istry. 


5 


4 


Physics: Force and motion; gravitation 
and molecular attraction ; hydrostatics ; 
pneumatics. 

Chemistry : Aim and scope of chemistry ; 
the atmosphere ; oxygen, nitrogen, water, 
and hydrogen ; nitric and chlorhydric 
acids; acids, bases, and salts; chlorine 
group; sulphur and pliosphonis, and 
their compounds. Laws of Avogadro, 
Charles, and Mariotte; formulas; basicity; 
notation and nomenclature; arsenic, anti- 
mony, and bismuth ; combustion ; carbon 
and its compounds, boron and silicon ; the 
alkali group ; the calcium group : magne- 
sium and zinc ; the sesquioxide group ; 
copper, mercury, and tin ; gold and plati- 
num; atomic weights. Practical work 
in the chemical laboratory. Lectures. 


Ganot's Physics. 

Eliot and Storer's 
Manual of Clieniis- 

try. 
Lecture notes. 


Mechanical Draw- 
ing. 


Hf 


1 

4! 


Mechanical Drawing : Orthographic pro- 
jections, sections, intersection of surfaces, 
isometrical drawing, perspective, draw- 
ing of screws, bolts, nuts, spur-gears, 
bevel-gears, and other details of gun-car- 
riages, engines, and naval machinery. 


Tomkin's Maohine C on - 
struction and Dra^^. 
ing.* 



t Saturday morning period. 



COURSE OF INSTRUCTION. 



51 



THIRD YEAR— SECOND CLASS. 



FIRST TERM. 



Department. 


Weekly reci- 
tations. 


a 
^•^ 

IS 

4 


Subject. 

Marine Enoinrh and Boilers: Explana- 
tion of all the parts of the engine ; types 
of engines ; steam valves and other valves ; 
generation of steam ; distribution and ex- 
pansion of steam; screw propellers and 
side- wheels; the indicator and its dia- 
grams ; power of an engine and compu- 
tations relating theritto; hydrometers; 
saturation ; scale and its prevention ; cas- 
ualties ; boilers ; materials ; combustion ; 
transfer of lieat ; testing steam-engines ; 
principles of mechanism. 


Text-books. 


Steam engineering . 


4 


King's Lessons and 
Notes on the Steam - 
Engine; Northcott's 
Steam-Engine. 

Goodeve's Elements of 
Mechanism. 


Phytics and chem- 
istry. 

m 


5 

1 


4 


Sound, Light, and Heat: Properties of 
sound ; atmospheric and other vibrations ; 
properties of liglit ; optical instruments; 
double refraction ; polarization ; temper- 
ature and its measurement by thermom- 
eters; dilatation of solids, liquids, and 
gases ; application of the laws of dilatation ; 
changes of state ; liquefaction and solidifi- 
cation ; production of vapor and its conden- 
sation ; oflfect of heat upon other properties 
of matter ; radiant heat and its reflection 
and radiation ; theory of exchanges ; con- 
duction and convection; specific and 
latent heat ; relation between heat and me- 
chanical efiect; thermodynamics. Loct- 
ures. 


Granot's Physics. 

Balfour Stewart's Ele- 
mentary Treatise on 
Heat. 

> 


Mechanics and ap- 
plied mathemat- 

iC9. 


5 
6 


2 
2 


Differential Calculus : Functions ; rates ; 
differentials of functions ; iudeterniinate 
forms; series; maxima and minima; geo- 
metrical applications; functions of two 
or more variables. 

Integral Calculus: The methods of inte- 
gration: definite integrals; quadrature 
of surfaces; cubiture of volumes ; rectifi- 
cation of curves ; centres of gravity ; mo- 
ments of inertia; planimeters ; rules for 
the approximate determination of areas 
and volumes : differential equations. 


Rice and Johnson's 
Differential Calculus. 

Johnson's Integral 
Calculus. 


Meehanieal draw- 
ing. 


1 
2 4 Mechanical Drawuig : Practice in draw- 

1 ing ordnance, ordnance accessories, and 
j the various kinds of implements and ma- 
chinery used in the naval service. 

1 


Tompkin's Machine 
Construction and 
Drawing. 



52 



COURSE OF INSTRUCTION. 



THIRD YEAR— SECOND CLASS. 



SECOND TERM. 



Department. 


Weekly reci- 
tations. 


Number of 
months. 


Subject. 


Text-books. 


Steam engineering . 


t3i 


4 


Course for first term continued. 




Physics and chem- 
istry. 


5 


4 


Electricity axu Magnetism: Frictional 
electricity ; magnetism ; current electric- 
ity ; electrostatics ; electromagnetics ; 
measurement of currents; heat, light, 
and work from electric currents ; thermo- 
electricity; induction currents; electro- 
chemistry; telegraphs and telephones. 
Electrical machines; potential; electro- 
meters ; theory of absolute measurement ; 
specific inductive capacity ; measurement 
of resistances. Practical lessons with 
batteries ; practical work with electrical 
and dynamo-machines ; measurement of 
resistances ; galvanometers ; determina- 
tion of dip and intensity ; use of magnet- 
ometer. Fox dip-circle ; absolute electro- 
meter ; dynamometer, and secondary bat- 
teries. Lectures on metallurgy of gun- 
metals, and on theory and action of explo- 
sives. Practical exercises in the labora- 
tory illustrating the formation and action 
of explosives ; testing oils and paints. 


Thompson's Electric- 
ity and Magnetism. 

Kempe's Hand-Book 
of Electrical Testing. 

Day's Exercises in 
Electrical Measure- 
ment. 

Day's Electric I^iglit 
Arithmetic. 

Kohlransch's Physical 
Measurements. * 


Mechanics and ap- 
plied mathemat- 
ics. 

• 


5 


4 


Mechanics: Kinematics; dynamics; kinet- 
ics ; hydro-mechanics ; the motion of pro- 
jectiles ; friction aud other resistances; 
the application of mechanical principles 
to simple machines and to instruments. 


Bartlett's Mechanics. 
Walton's Problems in 

Elementary Mechan - 

ics. 


English studies, his- 
toric, and law. 


2 

• 


4 

1 

1 


International Law : The rights and duties 
of States ; the powers and duties of diplo- 
matic envoys, consuls, and naval com- 
manders; nationality, as to persons and 
as to vessels ; jurisdiction over vessels, at 
sea and in territorial waters; the rela- 
tions of ships of war, at sea and in foreign 
ports ; fugitives and deserters ; the laws 
of war; hostile measures falling short of 
war ; privateers ; the rights and duties of 
neutrals ; enemy's property on land and 
at sea; the right of search; prizes; block- 
ade ; contraband ; licenses to trade ; re- 
captures ; treaty of peace. 


"Woolsey's Interna- 
tional Law. 



t Saturday morning period. 



COURSE OF INSTRUCTION. 



53 



FOURTH YEAIU-FIRST CLA.SS. 



FIRST TERM. 



Department. 


• 


00 1 

^fl i Subjects. 


• 

Text-books. 


Seanumship, naval 
eomtruetion, and 
naval taetiet. 

• 


4 


4 


1 
Naval construction: Wooden ship bnild- 

: ing; iron ship building; sheathing of 

! ships; composite ships; lannching; docks; 

1 docking; heaving down. 

, Seamanship: Rigging ships; fitting ships 
for sea ; stowage ; bending and unbending 
sails; evolutions; duties of officers; re- 

, pairs to rigging and spars ; emergencies ; 
organization ; fitting and management of 

1 boats. 

; Rules of the road; laws of storms. 

Naval tactics : Orders of steaming ; fleet 

manceuvres. 
Signaling. 


Wilson's Ship Build- 
ing; Thearle's Naval 
Architecture. 

Reid's Ship Building.* 

Luce's Seamanship. 

Publications of the Bu- 
reau of Equipment 
and Recruiting. 

Navy Department 
pamphlets. 

Parker's Fleet Tactics. 

» 

Signal Books. 


Ordnance and gun- 
n&ry. 


3 

• 




Ordnance Instructions: Handling great 
guns; preparing ship for action; duties 
of officers and men when at quarters for 
exercise, and when engaged in battle. 

Handling boat howitzers and machine guns, 
afloat and on shore. 

Landing of seamen and marines. 

Infantry Tactics: School of the soldier; 
school of the company ; school of the bat* 
talion ; instructions for skirmishers. 
G UNNBRY : The motion of projectiles in a non- 
resisting medium and in air ; the methods 
of Niven and of Sladen for finding the 
tn^jectory, the remaining velocity, and 
the angle of fall ; the dangerous space ; 
sighting and pointing guns; the errors 
liable to occur in practice at sea, and the 

• methods of avoiding them ; the prepara- 
tion of range tables and corrections for 
Jump and drift; the determination of 
ranges at sea. 


Ordnance Instructions. 

Upton's Tactics. 

Text-Book of Ordnance 
and Gunnery (Naval 
Academy Publica- 
tion.) 

Mackinlay's Principles 
of Gunnery. 


Attronomyt navigc^- 
Hon, and turvey- 
ing. 


6 


4 


The Celestial Sphere : Spherical and rect- 
angular co-ordinates ; use of instruments, 
especially those for determining terres- 
trial latitudes and longitudes ; refraction ; 
dip ; parallax ; the earth, sun, planets, and 
solar system in.general ; different units.of 
time and calendars; laws of universal 
gravitation, precession, nutation, and 
aben-ation; the moon ; eclipses and occult- 
ations; tides; nebular hypothesis ; comets 
and meteoric bodies ; fixed stars ; nebulte ; 
motion of the solar system ; solutions of. 
the astronomical triangle; use of the 
Nautical Almanac. 


White's Astronomy ; 
Chauvenet'a Spheri- 
cal and Practical As- 
tronomy ; Bowditch's 
Navigator; Ameri- 
can Epbemeris and 
Nautical Almanac. 



64 



COURSE OF INSTRUCTION. 



FOUIITH YEAR^FIRST CLASS. 
FIRST TERM— Continued. 



Department. 


h 

P 


nmber of 
months. 


• 

Subjects. 


Text-books. 




^ 


\^ 




- 


Astronomy, naoigct- 


\ 


The Theory amd Pkactice op Navigation, 


Coffin's iravigation ; 


iion, and aurvey- 






the latter including instruction in the 


Notes on Naviga- 


ing^ 






duties of the navigator, the construction 
and use of navigating instruments, the use 
of the tables and solution of problems ; 
determination of meridian distances. 


tion and Meridian 
Distances. 


Mechcmioi anct Ap- 


3 


1 


Method of Least Squares : The theory of 


Merriman's M!*e t h o d 


plied Mathemat- 






least sqhares and probable errors ; funda- 


of Least Squares. 


<0f. 






mental principles of the theory ; practical 
methods and formulas ; independent ob- 
servations; conditioned observations. 






8 


3 


Applied Mechanics: Elasticity; stress and 


Cotterill's Applied 




• 




strain; theory of structures; strength 
and deflection of beams ; beams of uni- j 
form resistance. 


Mechanics. 



SECOND TERM. 



Beamanship, naval 
eonttruction, and 
naval taeties. 



Course in seamanship continued. 



Ordnance and gun- 
nery. 



'H 



G-UNNERY: Accuracy and rapidity of fire; 
the probability of hitting objects of va- 
rious forms ; the mean and probable errors 
of guns ; derivation of rules for correcting 
certain errors which arise in practice at 
sea; the penetration and effect of pro- 
jectiles. 

Ordnance : The manufacture of guns ; de- 
scription of service guns ; computation of 
the strength and shrinkage of guns; 
rifling; rotation and its influence on the 
motion of projectiles. The manufacture 
and use of gunpowder and other explo- 
sives ; the force developed when explo- 
sives are fired in their own volume, and 
the equation of motion of the projectile 
in the bore of a gun on this hypothesis, 
and also on the hypothesis that the ex- 
plosive bums progressively ; the laws of 
burning of grains of gunpowder of va- 
rious forms ; the formulas of Noble and 
Abel connecting pressures with density 
of loading, and for determining the work 
of expansion in a gun ; development of 
the principles involved in loading guns ; 
formulas connecting muzzle velocities and 
pressures with the elements of loading. 



Text-Book of Ordnanoe 
and Gonnery (^aval 
Academy Pablioa- 
tion). Breger's 
Probability of Hit- 
ting an Object. 

Yirgile's Constniotion 
of Guns ; Sarraa on 
the Effects of Po^w- 
der in Guns. 



* Saturday period. 



COURSE OF INSTRUCTION. 



55 



FOURTH YEAR— FIRST CLASS. 
SECOND TERM— Continued. 



Department. 



Or^nonee and gun- 
nery. 



§ • 



^ 



'H 



if 



Sabjects. 



GuK GARRiAOse: Their constraction and 
the meohanism employed ia controlling 
and adjasting recoil, and the theory of 
such control. 

Ammunition : Its preparation and nse. 



Text-books. ' 



A.9tronomy^ navigc^ 
Hon^ and turvey- 
ing. 



Thbory of DKViATioii OF THE C0MPA88, in- 
cluding the derivation and transformation 
of the fandamental equations, the nature 
and causes of the several parts of devia- 
tion, the determination of the vertical and 
horizontal forces of the earth and ship, and 
of the values of the approximate and 
exact coefficients, the causes and amount 
of the heeling error, the changes which 
take place upon a change of geographical 
position, the graphic representations of 
the amount and direction of the forces 
which act on the needle, and the mechan- 
ical correction of the deviation and heeling 
errors. Navigation concluded. 

SuBYBTiNG: The instruments used; selec- 
tion and measurement of bases ; determi- 
nation of azimuth of base ; triangulation ; 
determination of heights ; leveling ; plot- 
ting a survey ; hydrographical surveying, 
including the Coast Survey methods; 
tidal observations; current observations ; 
sailing directions ; the form of the earth, 
with special reference to the construction 
of charts; projection by development; 
Mercator's, Flamsteed's, and Bonne's pro- 
jections; the ordinary polyconio projec- 
tion of the United States Coast Sorvey ; 
running surveys ; portable transit instru- 
ment and zenith telescope. Astronomy 
concluded. 



Howell's Theory of the 
Deviations of the 
Compass ; Evans's 
Elem'entary Maaual 
for the Deviations of 
the Compass in Iron 
Ships. 



Chauvenet's Spherioal 
and Practical As- 
tronomy; Howell's 
Marine Surveying; 
Prqjection T able s ; 
Bowditoh's Naviga- 
tor. 



* Saturday period. 



56 



COURSE OF INSTRUCTION. 



ASSIGNMENT OP TIME. 



Departments. 



Astronomy, Navigation, and Surveying . 

Drawing 

English Studies, History, and Law . 

Ordnance and Gunnery 

Mathematics 

Mechanics and Applied Mathematics . 

Modem Languages 

Physics and Chemistry 

Seamanship, Naval Tactics, and Naval Construction 
Steam Engineering 



Fourth 
class. 



Third 
class. 



l8t 

term. 



6 
5 



2d 
term. 



5 

t 

5i 



iBt 

term. 



1 
5 



5 
5 



2d 
term. 



H 



Second 
class. 



1st 
term. 



2 



5 

5 
4 



2d 
term. 



2 



5 
5 
3i 



First 
class. 



1st 
term. 



6 

3 
3 



2d 
term. 



H 



4 5 



COUBSE OF INSTRUCTION. 



57 







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58 



COURSE OP INSTRUCTION. 



TABLE OF COEFFICIENTS. 



Department and subjects. 



Attronomy, Havigationj and Surveying. 
Astronomy, Sarve3rlng, Theory of Navigation, 
Practical Navigation, and Theory of Comjiaaa 
Deviation ........ 

Drawing. 
Mechanical Drawing , 

EnglUh Stiidieg^ History^ and Law. 

English and History 

English, History, and Law 

International Law 

MaUiematAu. 

Algebra and Greometry 

Trigonometry, Analytical Greometry, and Descrip- 
tive Geometry 

Meekanics and ApjpUtd Mathematict. 
Differential and Integral Calcnlns, and Mechanics. 
Least Squares and Strength of Materials 

Ordnance and Chmnery. 
Ordnance Instructions, Infantry Tactics, Gunnery 
Ordnance and Gunnery 

Modem iMngiMget. 

French and Spanish 

French and Spanish 

Phygies and Chemistry. 

Chemistry 

Sound, light, and Heat 

Electricity and Magnetism .... 

Seamanship, Naval Taeties, and Naval Oonstnietum. 

Ship Building 

Seamanship and Naval Tactics ... 
Cruise Reports, Journals, and TestimonialB 

Stea/m Engineering. 
Steam Machinery, Marine Engines, and Boilers 
Practical Instruction in Steam .... 
Conduct ' 

Maxima for each class .... 



1 

■3 


• 


1 


1 


a for 
ears. 


a 


H 


QQ 


O 


Maxim 
foury 



6 



6 



6 



76 



6 



6 



12 



6 



2 



152 



14 



7 
7 



18 
8 



228 



20 



8 
12 



6 
18 



2 
5 



804 



80 



40 



64 



72 



76 



80 



48 



80 



96 



80 
44 



760 






H P «B 



48 



48 



24 



60 
12 



48 



S^40 



Deductions for eaoh demerit, 0.013, 0.032, 0.06, 0.133. 



PRACTICAL INSTRUCTION OF CADETS. 59 

SEAMANSHIP. 

Kuotting and'splicinjT ; compass and lead line ; ship nomenclature ; cutting and fit- 
ting hemp rigging ; cutting and fitting wire rigging ; rowing, and the management of 
boats under oars and under sail ; sail making ; making .up, bending, unbending, and 
handling sailH ; rigging ship; stripping ship ; shifting spars ; getting un\ier way and 
anchoring ; evolutions with vessels under sail and under steam ; signaling, Myer's 
and Navy codes ; management of steam launches; steam fleet-tactics (with steam 
lannches). 

ORDNANCE AND GUNNERY. 

School of the soldier ; school of the company ; school of the battalion (infantry) ; 
skirmish drill; school of the battery; school of the battalion (artillery) ; exercises 
'with broadside guns, pivot guns, monitor guns, mortars, boat howitzers, and machine 
guns ; target practice with small-arms ; target practice with mortars ; target prac- 
tice afloat with machine guns, rifled howitzers, and great guns ; small-sword exercise; 
broadsword exercise ; handling and firing torpedoes ; determination of the strength 
and elasticity of gun-metal, with testing machine; determination of muzzle veloci- 
ties with the Schultz chronoscope ; determination of pressures in guns by means of 
pressure gauges ; experimental determination of range tables, also of the jump and 
drift ; application of photography to ordnance purposes ; the preparation and inspec- 
tion of ordnance matenal. 

ASTRONOMY, NAVIGATION, AND SURVEYING. 

Practical navigation ; surveying and constructing a chart of a portion of the Severn 
River. 

Swinging an iron ship, and observing the deviations and the times of vibration of 
horizontal and vertical needles on different courses; and from these observations 
finding the approximate and the exact coefficient and the horizontal aud vertical 
forces acting on the standard and steering compasses. Also finding the heeling co- 
efficients for the same compasses without heeling the ship. 

STEAM ENGINEERING. 

Vise-bench work; forging; boiler-making; pattern-making; machine-tool work ; 
taking apart and putting together engines ; running engines of launches, vessels, 
and monitors (motive and turret). 



PROGRAMME OF PRACTICAL INSTRUCTION 

When more than one exercise is prescribed during a week the number of such exercises is indicated 
by a fignre in parenthesis. 

FIRST CliAilS. 



Months. 



Oct. 



Kov. 



Deo 



Jaa 



Feb 



Mar. 



Apr. 



May 



(Fifth 
week.) 



Jimelto 
10 



June 10 

to 
Ang. 28 
Sept 






3 

4 
1 
2 
3 
4 
1 
2 
3 
4 



1 
2 
3 
4 
1 
2 
3 
4 



1 
2 



3 



M. 

T. 

W. 

Th. 

F. 

S. 



First division. 



Company (5). 
Monitor Q). 
Battery (5). 
Monitor (1). 
Target great guns (5) . 
Monitor (1). 
Steam tactics (5;. 
Monitor (1). 
Battalion infantry (5) , 
Monitor (1). 
Seamanship (5). 
Monitor (1). 
Seamanship. 
Battalion artillery. 
Broad sword. 
Steam. 
Practical ordnance. 

Steam. 

Small sword. 

Steam. 

Practical ordnance. 



Second division. 



Battery (5). 
Monitor (1). 
Company (5). 
Monitor (1). 
Steam tactics (5). 
Monitor (I) 
Target great gun8(5). 
Monitor (1). 
Battalion infantry* (5) . 
Monitor (1). 
Seamanship (5). 
Monitor (I). 
Seamanship. 
Battalion artillery. 
Steam. 
Broad sword. 
Steam. 

Practical ordnance. 
Steam. 
Small sword. 
Steam. 



Third division. 



Target great guns (5). 
Monitor (1). 
Steam tactics (5). 
Monitor (I). 
Company (5). 
Monitor (1). 
Battery (5). 
Monitor (1). 
Battalion inf antry <5) . 
Monitor (1). 
Seamanship (5). 
Monitor (1). 
Seamanship. 
Battalion artillery. 
Practical Ordnance. 
Steam. 
Broad sword. 

Steam. 

Practical ordnance. 

Steam. 

Small sword. 



Fourth division. 



Steam tactics (5). 
Monitor (1). 
Target great gan8(5). 
Monitor (I). 
Battery (5). 
Monitor (I). 
Company (5). 
Monitor (1). 
Battalion in fantry ( 5) . 
Monitor (1). 
Seamanship (5). 
Monitor (1). 
Seamanship. 
Battalion artillery. 
Steam. 

Practical ordnance. 
Steam. 

Broad sword. 

Steam. 

Practical ordnance. 

Steam. 



SEMI-AIfNUAL EXAMINATION. 



Steam. 

Broad sword. 

Steam. 

Seamanship. 

Steam. 

Seamanship. 

Seamanship. 

Compass deviation 

(5). 
Seamanship <1). 
G-eneral quarters. 
Target great guns (5) . 
General quarters (1). 
Skirmish (5). 
Seamanship (1). 
Steam tactics (5). 
Seamanship (1). 
Torpedoes (5). 
General quarters (I). 
Battalion i nfantry (5) . 
Seamanship (1). 
Battalion artillery (3) . 
Seamanship (3). 
Steam tactics (3). 
General quarters (3). 
Battalion infantry. 
Battalion artillery. 
General quarters. 
Stream tactics. 
Battalion infantry. 
Seamanship. 



Practical ordnance. 

Steam. 

Broad sword. 

Steam. 

Seamanship. 

Seamanship. 

Seamanship. 

Compass deviation 

(5). 
Seamanship (1). 
General quarters. 
Skirmish (5). 
General quarters (1). 
Target great guns(5) . | 
Seamanship (I). 
Torpedoes (5). 
Seamanship (1). 
Steam tactics (5). 
General quarters (I). 
Battalion infantry (5) , 
Seamanship (I). 
Battalion artillery (3) 
Seamanship (3). 
Steam tactics (3). ' 
General quarters (3). 
Battalion infantry. 
Battalion artillery. 
General quarters. 
Steam tactics. 
Battalion infantry. 
Seamanship. 



Steam. 
Seamanship. 
Steam. 
Broad sword. 
Steam. j 

Seamanship. 
Seamanship. 
Compass deviation 

(5). 
Seamanship (1). 
General quarters. 
Steam tactics (5). 
General quarters (1). 
Torpedoes (5). 
Seamanship (I). 
Target great gun8(5) . 
Seamanship (1). 
Skirmish (5). 
General quarters (1). 
Battalion infantry (5) . 
Seamanship (1). 
Battalion artillery (3) . 
Seamanship (3). 
Steam tactics (3). 
General quarters (3). 
Battalion infantry. 
Battalion artillery. 
General quarters. 
Steam tactics. 
Battalion infantry. 
Seamanship. 



Small sword. 

Steam. 

Seamanship. 

Steam. 

Broad sword. 

Seamanship. 

Seamanship. 

Compass deviation 

(5). 
Seamanship (1). 
General quarters. 
Torpedoes (5). 
General quarters (1). 
Steam tactics (5). 
Seamanship (1). 
Skirmish (5). 
Seamanship <1). 
Target great guns (5). 
General quarters (I). 
Battalion infantry (5). 
Seamanship (1). 
Battalion artillery (3) . 
Seamanship (3). 
Steam tactics (3). 
General quarters (3). 
Battalion infantry. 
Battalion artillery. 
General quarters.* 
Steam tactics. 
Battalion infantry. 
Seamanship. 



ANNUAL EXAMINATION. 



Practice craise. 
On leave. 



60 



COURSE OP INSTRUCTION. 



61 



SECOND CliASS. 



Montha 


• 
flO 

1 

1 


First division. 


Second division. 


Third division. 


Fourth division. 


Oct 


Company. 


Battery. 


Pivot guns. 


Running 8te%m 




1 






launches. 




2 Battery. 


Company. 


Running steam 

launches. 
Company. 


Pivot guns. 




3 


Pivot gnns. 


Knnning steam 


Battery. 








launches. 








4 Rnnning steam 


Pivot guns. 


Battery. 


Company. 






launeubs. 








Nov 


1 


Battalion infantry. 


Battalion infantry. 


Battalion infantry. 


Battalion infantry. 




2 


Seamanship. 


Seamanship. 


Seamanship. 


Seamansl^ip. 




3 


Seamanship. 


Seamanship. 


Seamanship. 


Seatranship. 




4 


Battalion artillery. 


Battalion artillery. 


Battalion artillery. 


Battalion artillery. 


Dec 


1 


Small sword. 


Steam. 


Navy signals. 


Steam. 




2 


Steam. 


Small sword. 


Steam. 


Navy signals. 




3 
4 
1 


Navy signals. 


Steam. 


Small sword. 


Steam. 


Jan 


Steam. 


Navy signals. 


Steam. 


Small sword. 




2 


Broad sword. 


Steam. 


Seamanship. 


Steam. 




3 


Steam. 


Broad sword. 


Steam. 


Seamanship. 




4 
5 

1 


Seamanship. 


Steam. 


Broad sword. 


Steam. 






SEMI-ANNUAL 
Seamanship. 


EXAMINATION. 

Steam. 




Feb 


Steam. 


Broad sword. 




2 


Small sword. 


Steam. 


Practical ordnance. 


Steam. 




3 


Steam. i 


Small sword. 


Steam. 


Practical ordnance. 




4 


Practical ordnance. 


Steam. 


Small sword. 


Steam. 


Mar 


1 


Steam. 


Practical ordnance. 


Steam. 


Small sword. 




2 


Seamanship. 


Seamanship. 


Seamanship. 


Seamanship. 




3 


Seamanship. 


Seamanship. 


Seamanship. 


Seamanship. 




4 


Broad swoid (5). 


Broad sword (5). 


Broad sword (5). 


Broad sword (5). 






Seamanship (1). 


Seamanship (1). 


Seamanship (1). 


Seamanship (1). 


Apr 


1 


General quarters. 


General quarters. 


General quarters. 


General quarters. 




2 


Target great gans(5) . 


Skirmish (5). 


Steam tactics (5). 


Target machine guns 

(5). 
General quarters (1). 






General quarters (1). 


General quarters (1). 


General quarters (1). 




3 


Skirmish (5). 


Target great guns (5) . 


Target machine guns 

(5). 
Seamanship (1). 


Steam tactics (5). 






Seamanship (1). 


Seamanship (1). 
Target macnine gnns 

(5). 
Seamanship (1). 


Seamanship (1). 




4 


Steam tactics (5). 


Target great guns(5) . 


Skirmish (5). 






Seamanship (1). 


Seamanship (1). 


Seamanship (1). 


May 


1 


Target machine guns 

(5). 
General quarters (1). 


Steam tactics (5). 


Skirmish (5). 


Target great gun8(5). 






General quarters (1). 


General quarters (1). 


General (^^uarters (1). 




2 


Battalion infantry (5) . 


Battalion infantry (5). 


Battalion infantry (5) . 


Battalion in fan try (5) . 






Seamanship (1). ' 


Seamanship (1). 


Seamanship (1). 


Seamanship (1). 




3 


Battalion artillery (3). 


Battalion artillery(3). 


Battalion artillery(3). 


Battalion artillery (3). 






Seamanship (3). 


Seamanship (3). 


Seamannhip (3).- 


Seamanship (3). 




4 


Seamanship (3). 


SearaanHhip (3). 


Seamanship (3). 


Seamanship (3). 






General quarters (3). 


General quarters (3). 


General quarters (3). 


General quarters (3). 


(Fifth 


M. 


Battalion infantry. 


Battalion infantry. 


Battalion infantry. 


Battalion infantry. 


week.) 


T. 


Battalion artillery. 


Battalion artillery. 


Battalion artillery. 


Battalion artillery. 




W. 


General quarters. 


General quarters. 


General quarters. 


General quarters. 




Th. 


Small sword. 


Small sword. , 


Small sword. 


Small sword. 




F. 


Battalion infantry. 


Battalion infantry. 


Battalion infantry. 


Battalion infantry. 




S. 


Seamanship. 


Seamanship. 


Seamanship. 


Seamanship. 


June 1 to 
lo 


1- 




ANNUAL EX 


AMIITATION. 





62 



COURSE OF INSTRUCTION. 



SECOND CI4ASS. 



Montha 



July 



Aug 



i 



First divlBion. 



Second division. 



Third division. 



Fourth division. 



• •■•• 



Sept. 



Machine shop a. m. 1 Machine shop a. m. 

Target machine guns , Myer's signals p. m. 

I 
p. m. I 



Machine shop a. m. 



3 



3 



1 
2 
3 



Machine shop a. m. 



Howitzers afloat p. Target machine guns 

m. p. m. 

Machine shop a. m. , Machine shop a. m. 
Target howitzers p. | Howitzers afloat p.m. 

m. • I 

Kunning steam cut- Machine shop a. m. 

ters a. m. 1 

Navy signals p. m. 1 Target howitzers p. 

m. 



I 



Machine shop a. m. 
Steam tactics p.m. 
Machine shop a. m. 
Steam tactics p.m. 
Machine shop a. m. 



Bunning steam cut- 
ters a. m. 
Navy signals p. m. 

Machine shop a. m. 

Steam tactics p. m. 

Machine shop a. m. 

Steam tactics p. m. 



Machine shop a. m. 
Mortar practice p. m. 

Machine shop a. m. 
Myer's signals p. m. 

Machine shop a. m. 
Target machine guns ' Myer's signals p. m. 
p. m. 



Machine shop a. m. 
Boats under sail p.m. 

Machine shop a. m. 
Mortar practice p. m. 

Machine shop a. m. 



Machine shop a. m. 



Machine shop a. in. 



Howitzers afloat p.m. Target machine gans 

I p.m. 
Machine shop a. m. Machine shop a. m. 

Target howitzers p. , Howitzers afloat p.m. 
i m. 



Target practice great 

guns p. m. 
Machine shop a. m. ; Machine shop a. m. 
Boats under oars p. I Target great guns 

m. I p. m. 

Machine shop a. m. | Machine shop a. m. 
Boats under sail p.m. j Boats under oars p.m. 



Bunning steam cut- 
ters a. m. 
Nnvy signals p. m. 

Machine shop a. m. 

Steam tactics p. m. 



Machine shop a. m. 

Target howitzers 
p.m. 

Bunning steam cut- 
ters a. m. 

Navy signals p. m. 



Machine shop a. m. ' Machine shop a. m. 



Steam tactics p. m. 



Steam tactics p. lu. 



Machine shop a. m. 
Steam tactics p. m. 



Machine shop a.m. 
Mortar practice p.m. 

Machine shop a. m. 
Myer's signals p. m. 

'On leave. 



Machine shop a m. 
Boats under sail p. ra. 

Machine shop a m. 
Mortar practice p. m. 

On leave. 



Machine shop a m. 
Target great guns 

p. m. I 

Machine shop a m. Machine shop a. in 



Boats under oars p.m. 

Machine shop a. m. 
Boat-s under sail p.m. 

On leave. 



Target great gnus 

p. m. 
Machine shop a. m . 
Boat« under oars p .m. 

On leave. 



COURSE OP INSTRUCTION. 



63 



THIRD OliASS. 



Months. 



Oct. 



Nov 



Dec. 



Jan. 



M < 



^ 



First division. 



1 , Company. 

2 Battery. 

3 Pivot gnns. 

4 , Boats with oars. 

1 Battalion infantry. 

2 : Seamanship. 

3 Seamanship. 

4 , Battalion artillery. 

1 Small sword. 

2 Kigging loft. 

3 Broadside guns. 
4 

I 1 ' Seamanship. 
j 2 Small sword. 

3 Kigging loft. 

4 ' Broadside guns. 



Second division. 



Battery. 
Company. 
Boats with oars. 

Pivot ^08. 

Battalian infantry. 
Seamanship. 
Seamanship. 
Battalion artillery. 
Seamanship. 
Small swoi-d. 
Rigging loft. 

Broadiiide guns. 
Target small arms. 
Small sword. 
Rigging loft. 



Third division. 



Pivot guns. 
Boats with oars. 
Company. 
Battery. 

Battalion infantry. 
Seamaoship. 
Seamanship. 
Battalion artillery. 
Broadside guns. 
Seamanship. 
Small sword. 

Rigging loft. 
Broadside guns. 
Target small arms. 
Small sword. 



Foorth division. 



Boats with oars. 
Pivot gnns. 
Battery. 
Company. 
Battalion infantry. 
Seamanship. 
Seamanship. 
Battalion artillery. 
Rigging loft. 
Broadside guns. 
Seamanship. 

Small sword. 
Rigging loft. 
Broadside guns. ' 
Target smul arms. 



< 5 



SEMI-ANNUAL EXAMINATION. 



Feb. 



Mar 



▲pr. 



May. 



1 
2 
3 

4 
1 
2 
3 

4 

1 
2 



(Fifth 
week.) 



3 



M. 

T. 
W. 

Th. 
F. 
S. 



Jane 
10 



Ito'? 

• r 



Jnne 10 

to 
Aug. 28. 
Sept 



Ta ;get small arms. 
Sn^all sword. 
Rigging loft. 
Myer's signals. 
Target pistol. 
Seamanship. 
Seamanship 
Pivot guns (5). 
Seamanship (1). 
General quarters. 
Target small arms(5). 
General quarters (I). 
Skirmish (5). 
Seamanship (1). 
Seamanship. 

Boats with oars (5). 
General quarters (1). 
Battalion infantry (5). 
Seamanship (1). 
Battalion artillery (3). 
Seamanship (3). 
Small sword (3). 
General quarters (3). 
Battalion infantrj'. 
Battalion artillery. 
Greneral quarters. 
Boats with oars. 
Battalion infantry. * 
Seamanship. 



Broadside gnns. 
Target pistol. 
Smsul sword. 
Rigging loft. 
Myer's signals. 
Seamanship. 
Seamanship. 
Pivot guns (5). 
Seamanship (I). 
General quarters. 
Skirmish (5). 
General quarters (1). 
Target small arms (5) . 
Seamanship (1). 
Boats with oars (5). 
Seamanship (1). 
Seamanship (5). 
General quarters (1). 
Battalion infantry (5) . 
Seamanship (1). 
Battalion artillery (3). 
Seamanship (3). 
Small sword (3). ! 

General Quarters (3). J 
Battalion infantry. 
Battalion artillery. 
General quarters. 
Boats with oars. 
Battalion infantry. 
Seamanship. 



Rigging loft. 
Myer's signals. 
Target pistol. 
Small sword. 
Rigging loft. 
Seamanship. 
Seamanship. 
Pivot guns (5). 
Seamanship (1). 
General quarters. ' 
Seamanship (5). i 

Geneittl quarters (1). 
Boats with onrs (5). j 
Seamanship (1). ! 

Target small arms(5) . j 
Seamanship (1). 
Skirmish (5). ! 

General quarters (1). 
Battalion infantry (5). 
Seamanship (I). 
Battalion artillery (3). 
Seamanship (3). 
Small sword (3). 
General qnarters (3). 
Battalion infantry. < 
Battalion artillery. I 
General quarters. , 
Boats witn oars. 
Battalion infantry, i 
Seamanship. , 



Small sword. 
Rigging loft. 
M^ er's signals. 
Target pistoly 
Smul sword. 
Seamanship. 
Seamanship. 
Pivot guns (5). 
Seamanship (1). 
General quarters. 
Boats with oars (5). 
General quarters <1). 
Seamanship. 

Skirmish (5). 
Seamanshin (1). 
Target small arms (5). 
General q^uarters (1). 
Battalion infantry(5). 
Seamanship (I). 
Battalion artillery (3) . 
Seamanship <3). 
Small sword (3). 
General quarters (3). 
Battalion infantry. 
Battalion artillery. 
General quarters. 
Boats with oars. 
Battalion infantry. 
Seamanship. 



ANNUAL EXAMINATION. 



Practice cruise. 
On leave. 



64 



COURSE OP INSTRUCTION. 



FOURTH CliASS. 



Months. 



Oct. 



Nov 



Dec 



Jan 



Feb 



Mar 



Apr 



May 



(Fifth 
week.) 

I 



Jnnelto 
10. 

Jnne 10 

to 
Aug. 28. 
Sept 






1 

2 
3 
4 
1 
2 
3 
4 
1 
2 
3 
4 
1 
2 
3 
4 



1 
2 
3 
4 
1 
2 



1 
2 



M. 

T. 
W. 
Tb. 

F. 

S. 



] 



1 
2 



First division. 



Company. 
Battery. 
Gymnastics. 
Boats with oars. 
Batt alion infantry. 
Seamanship. 
Seamanship, 
Battalion artillery. 
Dancing. 
Kiggin^s loft. 
Broadside guns. 

Gymnastics. 
Dancing. 
Rigging loft. 
Broadside gnns. 



Second division. 



Battery. 

Company. 

Boats with oars. 

Gymnastics. 

Battalion infantry. 

Seamanship. 

Seamanship. 

Battalion artillery. 

Gymnastics. 

Dancing. 

Kigging loft. 

Broadside guns. 
Gymnastics. 
Dancing. 
Kigging loft. 



Third division. 



Gymnastics. 

Boats with oars. 

Company. 

Battery. 

Battahon infantry. 

Seamanship. 

Seamanship. 

Battalion artillery. 

Broadside guns. 

Gymnastics. 

Dancing. 

Rigging loft. 
Broadside guns. 
Gymnastics. 
Danciuf. 



Fourth divisioib 



Boats with oars. 

Gymnastics. 

Battery. 

Company. 

Battalion infantry. 

Seamanship. 

Seamanship. 

Battalion artillery. 

Rigging loft. 

Broadside guns. 

Gymnastics. 

Dancing. 
Rigging loft. 
Broadside guns. 
Gymnastics. 



SEMI-ANNUAL EXAMINATION. 



Gymnastics. 

Dancing. 

Rigging loft. 

Dancing. 

Gymnastics. 

Seamanship. 



3 Seamanship. 



Company (5). 
Seamanship (1). | 
Geneial quarters. 
Rigging loft (5). ' 
General quarters (1). . 
Skirmish (5). ' 

Seamanship (1). I 

Seamanship. 

I 

Boats with oars (5). i 
General quarters (I).i 
Battalion infantry (5) I 
Seamanship (I). | 
Battalion artillery (3), 
Seamanship (3). 
Seamanship (3). 
General quarters (3). 
Battalion infantry. 
Battalion artillery. 
General quarters. 
Boat« with oars. 
Battalion infantry. 
Seamanship. 



Broadside guns. 
Gymnastics. 
Dancing. 
Rigging loft. 
Dancing. 
Seamanship. 
Seamanship. 
Company (o). 
Seamanship (1). 
General quarters. 
Skirmish (5). 
General quarters (1). 
RigajiDg loft (5). 
Seamanship (1). 
Boats with oars (5). 
Seamanship (1). 
Seamanship (5). 
Geoeral quarters (1). 
Battalion infantry (5) ' 
Seamanship (I). 
Battalion artillery(3) ' 
Seamanship (3). I 
Seamanship (3). 
General quarters (3) 
Battalion infantry. 
Battalion artillery. 
General quarters. 
Boats witn oars. 
Battalion infantry. 
Seamanship. 



Rigging loft. 
Dancing. 
Gymnastics. 
Dancing. 
Rigging loft. 
Seamanship. 
Seamanship. 
Company (5). 
Seamanship (1). 
General quarters. 
Seamanship (5). 
General quarters (I) 
Boats with oars (5). 
Seamanship (1). 
Rigging loft (5^ 
Seamanship (I). 
Skirmish (5). [ 

General quai-ters (1) . 
Battalion infantry (5) 
Seamanship (I). i 
Battalion artillery (3) 
Seamanship (3). 
Seamanship (3). 
General quarters (3). 
Battalion infantry, i 
Battalion artillery. 
General quarters. 
Boats with oars. 
Battalion infantry. 
Seamanship. 



Dancing. 
Rigging loft. 
Dancing. 
Gymnastics. 
Dancing. 
Seamanship. 
Seamanship. 
Company (5). 
Seamanship (1). 
General qnaiterB. 
Boata with oars (5). 
General quarters <1). 
Seamanship. 

Skirmish (5). 
Seamanship (1). 
Rigging loft (5). 
General quarters (1). 
Battalion infantry(5) 
Seamanship (1). 
Battalion artillery (3) 
Seamanship (3). 
Seamanship (3). 
General quarters (3) . 
Battalion infantry. 
Battalion artillery. 
General Quarters. 
Boats witn oara. 
Battalion infantry. 
Seamanship. 



ANNUAL EXAMINATION. 



Practice cruise. 

School of soldier.* 
School of soldier.* 
C School of soldier.* 
I Sch. sec. howitzer. 
< School of soldier.* 
I Sch. sec. howitzer. 



School of soldier.* 
School of soldier.* 
School of soldier.* 
Sch. sec. howitzer. 
School of soldier.* 
Sch. sec. howitzer. 



School of soldier.* 
School of soldier. * 
School of soldier.* 
Sch. sec. howitzer. 
School of soldier.* 
Sch. sec. howitzer. 



I School of soldier.* 
I School of soldier.* 
School of soldier.* 
Sch. sec. howitzer. 
School of soldier.* 
Sch. sec. howitser. 



* Swimming daily. 



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