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^p^y^ ANNUAL REGISTER 



UNITED STATES NAVAL ACADEMY, 



ANNAPOLIS, MD. 



THIRTY-EIGHTH ACADEMIC YEAR. 
l'887-'88. 



WASHINGTON: 

aOVEBNHENT PBINTINa OFFIOB. 
1887. 
8575 K B 



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DEAN M. E. ( O^L O -f C O 



CONTENTS 



Page. 

Historical, sketch 5 

Superintendents 7 

Board of Visitors d 

Academic Calendar 9 

Calendar, 1887-'88 10 

Officers attached to the Academic Staff 11 

Officers not attached to the Academic Staff 14 

Academic Board 14 

Cadet Officers 15 

Practice cruise, 1887 16 

Caj>et8, with relative standing in classes 19 

Numerical summary 34 

Appointments, discharges, resignations, and dismissals .... 34 

MsRiT rolls, 18-6-87 37 

Rkquisites for admission 47 

Course of instruction 52 

Assignment of time 68 

Prooramme of recitations 63 

Tabl^ of coefficients 64 

Course of practical instruction 65 

Programme of practical instruction ........ 66 

SUMMART of practical INSTRUCTIONS 71 

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GIFT -, . 

DEAN M. E. c o^L'' O 4 n O 



CONTENTS. 



P«ge. 

Historical sketch 5 

SUPERINTENDKi^TS 7 

Board of Visitors 8 

Academic Calendar 9 

Calendar, 1887-'88 10 

Officers attached to the Academic Staff 11 

Officers not attached to the Acadei^ic Staff 14 

Academic Board 14 

Cadet Officers 15 

Practice cruise, 1887 16 

Cadets, with relative standing in classes 19 

Numerical summary 34 

Appointments, discharges, resignations, and dismissals .... 34 

Mxrit rolls, 18?6-87 37 

Requisites for admission 47 

Course of instruction 52 

Assignment of time 62 

Programme of recitations 63 

Table of coefficients 64 

Course of practical instruction 65 

Programme of practical instruction ........ 66 

summart of practical instructions 71 

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THE 
UNITED STATES NAVAL ACADEMY. 



The United States Naval Academy was fonnded in 1845, by the Hon. George Ban- 
croft, Secretary of the Navy, in the administration of President James K. Polk. It 
was formally opened October 10, of that year, under tbe name of the Naval School, with 
Commander Franklin Buchanan as Superintendent. 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. Tbis arrange- 
ment was not strictly adhered to, the exigencies of the service making it necessary, in 
many cases, to shorten tbe period of study. In January, 1846, four months after the 
opening of tbe School, tbe students consisted of <)6 Midshipmen, of the date of 1S40, 
who were preparing for tbe examination for promotion ; 13 of tbe date of 1841, who 
were to remain until drafted for service at sea; and 7 Acting Midshipmen, appointed 
since September of tbe previous year. The Midshipmen of the date of 1840 were the 
first to be graduated, finishing their limited course in July, 1840, 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. Du Pont, 
Commander George P. Upshur, 
Surgeon W. S. W. Huscbenberger, 
Professor William Cbanvenet, 
Captain Henry Brewerton, U. S. Army. 
The plan reported by tbe Boanl was approved, and went into operation July 1 , 1850. 
The new organization provided for a course of seven years, the first two and the 
last two at tbe School and the three intermediate years at sea. The school was placed 
under the supervision of the Bureau of Ordnance and Hydrography, and its name was 
changed to the United States Naval Academy. The corps of professors was enlarged, 
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 make an 
annual inspection of the Academy, and report upon its condition to the Secretary of 
tbe Navy. A suitable vessel was attached to the Academy as a practice-ship, and 
the annual practice-cruises were begun. 

After the system had been in operation a year new changes were proposed, and the 
recommendations of the Academic Board on the subject were referred to the Board of 
Examiners 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. 
The change recommended by the Board of Examiners, and adopted by the Dep 
menty consisted mainly in leaving oat the requirement of three years of sea-servlc 

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6 HI8T0BICAL SKETCH. 

the middle of the ooane, thus making the font yean of atady conMoative. The pxmo- 
tice-cniiM sapplied the pUoe of the omitted aea-eeirioe, and gave better opportunities 
of training. The change went into operation in November, 1851, together with other 
improremento recommended by the Board. The eyatem hae been continued, with 
■ome alight modiftcationa, to the preaent time. The first class to receive the benefit of 
it was that which entered in 1451. Six members of this class completed the coarse 
in three years, and were gradaated in Jane, 1854 : the rest of the class followed in 
1865. 

In Hay, 1861, on the ontbreak of the war, the iLcademy was removed to Newport, 
R. L The three upper classes were detached and ordered to sea, and the remaining 
Acting If idahipmen were quartered in the Atlantic House and on board the frigates 
ConsUtotion and Santee. In September, 1885, the Academy was moved back to 
Annapolis, where it has since remained. 

When the Burean of Navigation was established, Jaly 5, 1808, the Academy was 
placed under its supervision ; If arch 1, 18(57, it was placed under the direct care and 
aupen'ision of the Navy Department, the administrative roatine and financial manage- 
ment being still conducted tlirough the Bureau. On the 1 Ith of March, 1860, all ofiloial 
connection with the Bureau came to an end. 

The term of the academic course was changed by law» March 3, 1873, from four to 
six years. The change took effect with the class that entered in the following summer. 

In 1866 a claM of Acting Third Assistant Engineers was ordered to the Acadumy for 
iustructtoo. The eooiae embraced the subjects of steam engineering, mechanism, 
chemistry, and mechanics, and practical exercises with the steam-engine and in the 
macbincshop. This class was graduated in June, 1804, together with two Cadet- 
Engineem wbo had entered Cbe Academy in \tiS7. Att^r nn interval of fonr 3'eani, 
in October, l*Cl, a new class of Cadet- Engineers wan a<lmittc<1. Thifi class followed 
a two ream* conrse, somewhat more extende«i than that of the class of l>^, and was 
gradnatfsl in 1873. In If^TS and in 1^73 new classes were admitttMl, the first of which 
left the Arsdf my in 1874 and the second in 1*C5. By an art of Congress, approved 
Febmsry 24, 1874, the conrse of inntmction for Cadet- Kiigiii4*<*ni was made four years 
instead <»f two; and the new provision was first appHM to the class entering the 
Aoadrmv in the year l'!f74. Thin class was gradtiat^Ml in June, IS7H. 

By an art of Congress, appmvrd Augusts, 18*^2, it was provided that from that 
date "ib<*n* ahall be no appoint men ts of Cadet-MidMhipmrn or Cadfl«t-Euglnecrs at 
the Kaval Academy, bnt in lion thervof Naval Cadets shall be apiMiinted from each 
Congrewional district and at large, as now provided by law for Cadet-Midshipmeo, 
and all the undergraduates at the Naval Academy ahail thereaHer be deaignated and 
called ' Naval Cadrts' ; and frnui those who aucc4*aafully complete the six yeart* course 
appointments shall hereafter be made as it is necessary to fill vacancies in the lower 
grailes of the Line and Enginoer Corps of the Navy and of the Marine Corpa: And 
proH^Ud fmriker. That no greater number of appointments into these grades shall be 
maileeai'h year than shall eqnal the number of vacancies which has occnrred in the 
same grades during the prpce<iing year, such appointments to be made fW>m the grad- 
uates of the year at the conclovioo of their six years' course, in order of merit, as 
determined by th« Acailemie Board of the Naval Acadrmy ; the aaaignment to the 
variona corps to be madr by the Hecretary of the Navy upon the recommendation of 
the Academic B<iarti. Bnt nothing herein contained shall reduce the number of 
appointments fh>m such gra«luat4Ni below ten in each 3'ear, nor deprive of such ap- 
pointment any grail a at r who ma} complete the aix yeam* cour^ daring the year 1HM> 
And if there lie a sorploa of grs^luates, those who did not receive snch appointment 
shall be given a rrrtlfieate of graiination, an honorable discharge, and one year's sea- 
pay, as now provided by law for Cadei-Midshipmm ; and so much of section VAX of 
the Rrvisrd Statutes as is i neon «i stent herewith is hereby repealed.** 

'* That aay Csditt wlioae position in his class en titles him to be rvtaloed in the serv- 
may, upon hi* own application, be honorably diwhargwl at the end of four yaara' 
i» at %h» Naval Academy, with a proper certificate of grail nation.** 



SUPERINTENDENTS 



OF TBK 



UNITED STATES NAVAL ACADEMY. 



AMnmed comniAnd : 

Sept. 3, 1845. — ^Commander Franklin Bnohanan. 
Mar. 15, 1847. — Commander George P. Upshar. 
Jaly 1, 1850. — Commander Cornelius K. Stribling. 
Nov. 1, 1853. — Commander LouIb M. Goldsborougli. 
Sept. 15, 1857.— Captain George S. Blake. 
Sept. 9, 1865.— Rear-Admiral David D. Porter. 
Dec. 1, 1869. — Commodore John L. Worden. 
Sept. 22, 1874.— Rear-Admiral C. R. P. Rodgers. 
Jnly 1, 1878. — Commodore Foxhall A. Parker. 
Ang. 2, 1879.— Rear- Admiral George B. Balch. 
Jane 13, 1881. — ^Rear- Admiral C. R. P. Rodgers. 
Nov. 14, 1881.— Captain F. M. Ramsay. 
Sept. 9, 1886.— Commander W. T. Sampson. 



BOARI> OF VISITORS, JUXK, 1887. 



(*omtnodor<* D. H. Harmony, V. S. N., Prfgidrnt, 
HoD« (2eORGR Gray, IT. 8. Setiat(% nce-Prntidrnt 

Hod. Nklsox W. Aldkicu, U. S. Senato. 

Hon. HiLAKY A. Hkrbrrt Hoium* of KeprosenUtivet. 

Hod. Nathan ilorr Honsc of RepresenUtiTM, 

Hod. Joskph D. Saykra Honw of RepreseutatlTex, 

Hod. Wiluam A. Wallace, Clear Aeld, Pa. 

Hon. Hkhrt 8. Van Eaton Woodrille, Min. 

PmideDi D. C. GiLMAXt Johns HopkiuM University. 

CoL A. 8. MoRQAir Mount Holly, Ark. 

Tbomab a. Looax, Enq. Cincinnati, Ohio. 

I»rot W. G. 8CMincR, . - Yale College. 

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ACADEMIC CALENDAR. 

lear-isss. 



1887. 
Oct. 1. Begianing of first term Satarday.' 

1888. 

Jan. ^S~2S. Semi-anDual examiuation Monday-Saturday. 

Jan. 28. End of first term ^ Saturday. 

May 31. End of academic year, 1887-'88 Thursday. 

June 1-8. Annual examination Friday-Friday. 

May 15. Examination of candidates for admission as Naval 

Cadets Tuesday. 

Sept. 1. Examination of candidates for admission as Naval 

Cadets Satnrday. 

Oct, 1. Beginning of first term, 1888-'89 Monday, 

The academic months end on the following days : 

1887-1888. 



October Oct. 29 

November •. Nov, 26 

December Dec. 24 

Jannary Jan. 21 



February Feb. 25 

March Mar.24 

April Apr. 21 

May ! May 26 



1888^1889. 



October Oct. 27 

November Nov. 24 



December Dec. 22 

Jannary Jan. 19 

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CALENDAR FOR 1887-1888. 





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OFFICERS 



ATTAOi'ISD TO THK 



UNITED STATES NAVAL ACADEMY. 



KUPIRIXTBXDXKT, 

COMMANDER W. T.«SAMPSON. 

AtiUtant* to the Superintendent^ 
LnimirATr Charlkb Bilkn af. 

In charge t>/ BuUdingt and Chrounde, 
LnuTK!rA5T E. K. Mooai. 



Commandant of Cadete, 
COMMANDER P. F. HARRINGTON. 
AeHetante to the Commandant ef Oadete^ 

LnUTXXAXT-COMMANDKB C. C. TODD, 
LnUTXMANT W. P. POTTSB. 

LnuTBHAirr David Dakibi«, 
LnimxAXT J. T. Smith. 



SEAMAXBHIP, XAVAL TACTICS, AND NAVAL COHBTBUCTIOH. 

Head 0/ Departtnenty 

COMMANDER C. D. SIOSBBS. 

Aeeietante^ 

LiBUTXNANT C. B. COLAHAN, 
LiXUTBNANT W. F. LOW, 
LiBUTBNANT C. W. BaBTLXTT, 
LlBUTXNAXT H. McCbBA. 

Inetruetor in Boxing, Swimining, and Oymnofffef, 
Matthew ^tbohic. 

11 



12 0FFICEB8 OF THE UNITED StAT£8 NAVAL ACAOEMT. 



OBDKAKCB AKD OUHXBSr. 

Head f^ J}tpartimmU^ 
LISUTENANT^OHMANDER C S. SPBBBT. 

Es«ifiii J. II. Olsxkoii. 
£XMl.X F. J. RakaBLBB, 
ExmoTc M. K. Etrb. 

JSwi*rdJii99ttr, 
A. J. ('Ol|liB^IBIl. 

J. B. Rm. 
G. IlKivrx 



AlTKOXOMl X«>1«.iTli>X. A^P SlHVBTIHa. 

Uttt'l (1/ lytpitrttntnt, 
LIErTENANTCuMMANIiKK A. WALKER. 

AtntUtnti, 

LlBriBirA!IT<'(>MMAMI*»J( W. T. SWIXOCKXB, 
LlBtTBXA.Nr W. J. lUiixKnic, 
Emioji W. C. r. Mt in. 



Head <(f /^r|>orfirt#iil. 
<;HIKP ENiHXKKR E. FARMER. 
At**stanU. 

PAMIf AMI^TAXT KK<ilXRRR R. W. UILUOAB, 

rAB»ap Amiata^t Exuihrkr J. 8. 0«DBJI« 

AmiITABT E%«il«RRB F. J 84 IIBLU 

AHWTAJrr R^t'ixi Ail J. U <*ow. 
AapsiTAirr Exoi^kem E. II. HcRtOBBB. 



MBCBASriOi ASP ArrUBP MATWaUTIOi. 
PROFESSOR J. M. RICK. & B.. Pa. IX 



LtBlTBSABT R. P. WOOP. 

RaaioB B. i\ SMrrn. 
Bbbiob B. MrL. P. Hl-bb. 

RaU«iR R. B. CArBBABT. 



OFFICERS OF THE UNITED STATES NAVAL ACADEKT. 13 



PHTBICS AND CHXMI8TBT. 

Head 4f Dq^rtmtnt^ 
PROFESSOR N. M. TERRY. A. H.. PR. D. 

LnuTBKAHT T. B. Howard, 

BHSioir H. S. Khapf, 

Bmiav 8. Moroak. 

PROPU0OS C. R. Sahorr, a. H., Ph. D. 



MATBRMATICfl. 

Head tj "Depatimeni^ 
PROFESSOR W. W. HENDRICKSON. 

LiRUTRNAXT J. M. ROPRR, 
LntUTRNAXT A. C. HODOflOy, 
LllUTKXAXT H. H. HOBLRT, 

LncuTRX AHT J. lif . Orchard, 
Ehsion C. N. Atwatkr, 

EkBIOH J. H. L. HOLCOMBR. 



KHGLUH 8TUDIR8, HtSTORT, AKD LAW. 

H.€€Ld of Departments 

COMMANDER JOHN SCHOULER. 

AseietanUi, 

LlRUTRMAKT J. M. MlLLRR, 

ijRUTRNAxr G. W. Tylrr, 

LiRUTRNAXT J. B. BRIOO0, 
LiRUTRXAXT R. MiTCHRLL, 
LlRlTTRNAlfT C. R. MiLRS, 

BN8I6M J. H. Gibbons, 
Ensign W. G. Richardson, 
PuoFRBSOR W. W. Fat, A. M. 



UODRRN LANOUA0R8. 

Head of Department, 

LXEUTENAKT E. H. C. LEUTZH. 

Aetistantt, 

LiRUTRNANT D. H. MaHAN, 

Proprssor L. F. Prud'hommr, a. M., 

LiRUTRNANT J. O. NiCOLflON, 
LIRUTRNANT R. M. DOTLR, 
PROFRSSOR J. LRROUX. 

Assistant Peofrsbor H. Palmon. 
Assistant Psofrssor H. Marion. 



mrchanical drawing. 

Headetf D^tartrngnt^ 
LXBUTEKANTCOMMANDBR B. F. TILLBT. 

AtHetanU, 

LnUTRNANT G. P. COLYOCORRSSBS, 

Pabsrd Assistant Enginkbr W. F. WoiTKXNOTOir, 
Assistant Profsssor C. F. Blauyblt. 



14 OFFICERS OF THE UNITED 8TATE8 NAVAL ACADEMT. 



rHTUOLOGT AID HTOmS. 

MBDICAL INSPECTOR T. 0. WALTOV, IT. D. 

SvBoaov If. B. Siicoxa. M. D.. 

Pambo Amutaht Buiobok a. C. H. Rusbsll, IC. D., 

Pambd AmuftAVt SuBOBOJi J. D. Oatbwooo, it. p. 

W. W. JORXtOH. ▲. If. 



OFFICERS NOT ATTACDED TO THE AOADBMIO STAFF. 

JJMurwMJkJrt'ComiASVEU 8. W. Vsbt, (n eharg* f^f Ship$, 

Pambo Ammturt Bubobox H. T. Pbbct. M. D. 

Pat taTBCTOB T. T. Caswbll, Pay O^r. 

PatiuBTBB J. P. LooMlB. (^mmi$$ofy «nd Qmtral Stof-hmpft, 

Pammd Abbhtabt Paticavtbb H. C. HcDobald, Attittant to Omn^ 

CmATULa X. K, lUwiox. 

AmmtAMT PBOraMOB A. X. Bbowx. Libmrian. 

J. J. QBAry, Ami§lmni Libfr{»n, 

R. H. Chabb, Stertfrp. 

AOm«Ud to CA« Shipt. 

BOATSWADI J. S. SUICLAIB, 

GciiXBB A. Habmab, 

rABTBXTBB O. W. COXOTBB. 



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J. SlU, J. ROOBBi^ 

C. J. If tBTHT, R. SaTSS, 

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Captaix J. If. T. Tomo. 

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Tbb Bbao or TVS DarAvniBXY or Uba MAXin A»t> ArruBO IfATUBiUTKm 

Tn Bbao or TVS Dbtabtiiksit or Pntuoi akd rBucnrBr 

Tkb Rbao or T«B DarABTMSvT or II athbh AVtcm. 

Tm Hbao or T«B DBTABTiiBxr ow K^QUBH Ktvuika. ntvniBT, AXD Law. 

Tm Rbao or nra I>BrAKTVB«T or Muobbx Laxui aoba. 

TWB RBAO or T«B DBTABnCBBT Or M Bill A VIC 4 L DbaWI^A. 

Thb Bbao or i«B I>BrABT«B«i or rMTaiou>*«T aid Bthibsb. 



OFFICERS OF THE UNITED STATES NAVAL ACADEMY. 



15 



CADET OFFICERS. 

CADIT*LIBUTIXA2rr-C01UCAin>KB. 

W. N. Vah Sakt. 

CADRT-LIIUTUIAKT AXD ADJUTANT. 

F. Marbui. 



CADBT*LISUTKKAKTB. 



C. D. WiLBUB, 
C. B. BBITTAI!*, 



H. K. 6B5HAK, 

3. 8. ROBUOir, 



W. M. CB06B, 

D. W. Bkbwick, 



CADKT-MABTBR8. 



CADBT-BMSIOKB. 



O. W. KOWTBR, 

L. H. Chandlbb. 



C. F. Huorbs, 

C.L.A.IROATB. 



A. L. KOBTOir, 
8. J. Axuai. 



6. N. Hatwabd, 

A. H. BOBBBfBOK, 
C. B. MOBOAN, 
IL L. MiLLXB, 



O.H.B0CK, 

B. F. HUTOHIBOIf , 
SbB.KlTTBLIJI, 
B. & KBtTMAKir, 



Oadetpetty-ojfteert q/ the firti eilai$. 
B. B. Wb8T, 

E.K.COLB, 

J. P. Hubbabd, 
J. H. Rkid, 

CadU-pttty-cfiewt t(f tkt tteond tiau. 

J. B. Pattok, 
A. B. HOFF, 
N. C. TwiKWO, 
O. L. Fbbmibr. 



L. A. Stavfobd, 
W. B. Fbaxkldt, 

H. A. WiLBT, 

T.P.Kaxb. 



C. G. Lovo, 
G. B. Mabvbll, 
L. B. db Stbiocbb, 

W. P. IfACDOUOALL. 



SUMMKR CRUISE, 1887. 



OFnCRRS AND NAVAL CADBTB. 



UNITBD STATES PBACTICB-SIUP CON0TKLLATION. 



CoMXAXDKK C. L. HrNTiNOTOX, Commandinff, 
LiKPTUf ANT £. H. C. Lkutzr, Exeeutitt OJ/Ujer. 
LiciTENANT K. Mitchell, Xarigator, 
Ltet*TSNANT J. M. RoPCR, ffaick Officrr, 
Ensign J. H. Qlkmnon, Instructor in y^vt^tion. 
Ensign H. L. P. IIcsr, ffaich Officrr, 
Ensign J. B. Blisb, IfairA Officer, 
Ensign 8. Morgan, n'atch Officer, 
Ensign M. K. Etks, IforcA Officer. 
8VRGRON M. II. Simons. 
Passri> Assistant Surgeon R. A sit bridge. 
Assiin-ANT Patmastbr (v. W. Simpson. 
CiiAPtJkiN K. K. Rawsons. 





NAVAL CADETS. 






Flr9i Clasi. 




Aiken, 


Gate«, 


Morgan, 


Anderson, L. J. 


Hart rath, 


Norton, A. L. 


BMiett, 


Hayward, 


Qtiinby, 


Beach. 


Hubbard, 


Roid, 


BenhAm, 


Ilaghea, 


Robertson, A. H 


Beswlck, 


Ingate, 


Robison, S. 8. 


BrittjUn, 


Kane, 


Stafford, 


Cbandler, 


KcN*i»lrr, 


Slickney, 


Cole, E. K. 


Lrjetine, 


Van^ant, 


Cramer, 


Marble. 


Wilbur, 


Cr«Me. 


Miller, 


Wiley, 


Franklin, 


Monroe, 




• 


Third a—$. 




BifciW. 


Chase, 


Everhart, 


Bnllschmider, 


Coleman, 


Gartley, 


Blnakenshlp, 


Coalaon, 


Gibba, 


Bond, 


Davia, C. 


Holland, 


Bostwlck, 


Dayton, 


Holmes, 


Boek, 


DIngca, 


Home, 


BotUer. 


Diamokaa, 


Kochetmperger, 


Catlln, A. W. 


Eaton, 


Lang. 


16 







SUMMER CRUISE, 1887. 17 

Third Clan — Continaed. 

Latimer, Radford, Snow, 

McDonald, Rano, Sonle, 

McVay, Rising, Spear, 

Moffett, Ritter, Sullivan, 

Moses, • Rubm, Taylor, 

Neville, Ryan, £. D. Treadwell, 

Norton, W. S. Ryan, J. P. J. Vogelgesang, 

Okell, Sannders, White, 

Perry, Schofield, Williams, G. W. 

Price, Signor, Ziegemeier, 

Fourth Class. 

* 

Alien, C. Lancaster, Nire, 

Althouse, Lane, Pollock, 

Anthon, Laws, Robinson, R. 

Blamer, Leeds, Robison, J. K 

Carter, ^ Leonard, Senn, 

Christy, Low, Smith, H.E. 

Consanl, Magill, Smith, L.G.' 

Emrich, McGrann, Theall, 

Gross, McKelvy, Todd, 

Jenkins, McLemore, Trickle, 

Jewell, Maarin, Waller, 
Kellogg, Ninde, 

KAVAL CABBTS ON BOARD THB UNITED STATES SHIP SANTEB, RBTAINBD AT THE 

ACADEMY FOR MACHINE-SHOP AND OTHER PRACTICAL INSTRUCTION. 

Second Class, 

• 

Anderson, E. B. Raiser, Patton, 

Bradshaw, Kittelle, Phelps, 

Brand, Kirk, Pratt, 

Cole, W. C. Lewis, Prochazka, 

Danforth, LoQg^ Raymond, 

Driggs, Lowndes, Rock, 

Dottou, Lucas, Seymour, 

Fermier, Marvel], Steiguer, 

Fuller, ^facDougall, Terhune, 

Gaines, Mendell, Thomas, 

Harrison, Mitchell, Twining, 

Hobson, Neumann, Williams, P. 

Hoff, Nnlton, Woodward. 
Hutchison, Offley, 

SUMMARY. 

On board United States practice*ship CoMtellaiion 124 

On board United States ship Santee 41 

Total 16^ 

8576 N R 2 



18 SUMMER CRUISE, 1887. 



SrXOPSIS OF THE CUVISE. 



COSSTELLATION. 

CoiomiiBioDed May 14» 1(^. Cndetii einUarked June 13. 

Sailed from Annapolis Jane 15 ; went to tea Jnne W7. 

ArriTed at New London, Conn., July 3. 

Croieed in Long Island Sound between New London, Conn., and Newport, R. I., and 

in Gardiner's Bay till Angost 18. 
Inspected by Naval Board of Inspection at Now London, Conn., Jnly 85 and 86. 
Arrived at Hampton Roads Angaat 17. 
Reached Annapolis Anguat 87. 
Cadets disembarked Angnst 8*j. 



RELATIVE STANDING OF NAVAL CADETS AT THE ANNUAL 

EXAMINATION, JUNE, 1887. 



P denote* phytieaUif ditqualijied for ths naval ierviee, 

t I^nd deficient, aUowed a re-examinoHont patted^ and continued yfith dae*. 

ft Found defieientj attowed a rc-cxamination^ again deficient^ and recommended to be dropped. 

§ Found deficient^ and recommended to f/e dropped, 

a denoteeabecnee from examination. 

ClaBB of naval cadets appointed 1882, performxnf required service afloat. 




•1 
2 
8 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 


10 
11 
12 
13 
U 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 I 
20 
21 I 
22 
23 I 

a ; 

25 I 



Kress, Preicrlck Nortoa 
Breed, Gkorge 
BullATd, WillUm H«mam Grabb . 
Sdgar, Webster Appleton , 
Oman, Joseph Wsllftoe . • 
Dodd, WUUrd LonU . 
Fonst, WiUiAin Harry 
Andrews, Philip .... 
Caldwell, William Howell • 
Tisdale^ Ryland DilUrd 
Strtte, Samuel Helchoir . 
Jenkins, Friend William . 
Levis, Francis Adelbert . 
Hines, Harold Kemble . 
Cooper, George Franklin 
Ramsey, Harry Sdgerton . 
Witherspoon, Edwin Taylor . 
Johnson, Edwin Van Dnsen ^ 
Hawk, George Frederick 
Grlswold, John Noble . 
McMillan, John Taylor . 
Billings, Cornelias Canfleld 
Winram, Samuel Black . 
Berry, John Giveen 
Young, David May .... 



New York 

Kentucky . 

Pennsylvania 

New York . 

Pennsylvania 

Indiana 

Ohio 

New Jersey 

Tennessee 

Kentacky . 

Maryland 

Pennsylvania 

New York 

Kentacky . 

Georgia . 

Wyoming . 

Connecticnt 

Indiana 

Pennsylvania 

Wisconsin . 

California 

Vermont 

Missoari . 

Maine . 

Virginia . 



Got. 8, 188S 
June 17, 1882 
Sept. 28, 1882 
Sept 22, 1881 
Jane 17, 1882 
Sept. 28. 1882 
Sept.S8, 1882 
Sept 28, 1882 
Sept 28. 1882 
Sept.28, 1882 
Sept 28, 1882 
Sept 28, 1882 
Jane 1-7, 1882 
Oct 2, 1882 
Jane 17, 1882 
Sept 28. 1882 
Sept 28, 1S82 
June 17, 1882 
June 17, 1882 
Sept 80, 1882 
Jane 17, 1882 
Sept 28, 1882 
Jane 17, 1882 
Jane 17, 1882 
Sept. 80, 1882 

19. 



2U 



RELATIVE STANOINQ. 



C{<i«« appolnttd 1663, 44 member*. 



i ! 

s: 

e 



Name. 



SUtob 



DaC4i or Ad- > 

uLsalon. 



•I 

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•s 

4 
ft 

• 

10 j 

u 
ta 

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St , 
17 I 

i» 
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ft 
ta 
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ao 

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11 
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ao 
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an 



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SCodier, ■•bert 
aiMo, rrMh Worrra 
toov, ItlM . . . 
Decker, Benton CUrk . 
Ilrtotol Mnrk Lnmbert . 
Wolla, Be^jnmin Warner. Jr 
ICcCnllj, Xewton Alexaniler. Jr 
Bnrke. Walwv RelTord 
Cloke, WillUaHneUlng . 
Sieema, Ben Wade 
Bertolelte, Levi Celrln . 
Hnrlbnl. Bamoel Bar . 
Monle. Edimrd. Jr . 
Bryan* Henry Fratirie 
McllUUn. William Ornhaai 
DnMl, Bdwaid Ilor«tj 
Loj^n, ISeorce Wood 
Long, Andrew Tho«4lore 
Brown, Ford Ilopkioe 
Peckkaa. Benri Lincoln . 
Waahinfion. Tluimaa 
HcnlM. Arrhibnld Il«»ndenon 
Scone. CUrmc* Morton 
Ckorvhilt. Crelgbton . 
Onvla, Arrbibaia llilliant 
JohnHon, Chartee Rmaet 
Dnp9>f. Ilrrbrrt Lf moel 
Boasbl^r, Kraoria 
nine, Vlcior 
rig««t« Mirbael ltoi«too 
EdnMwda. Kamaol Piratoo 
Bnrmge; ilnj lUoilltnti 
Rneerll. Frank Mf«l 
V 



Atlen. Uenr> A«a . 
Jnrbann. Hirbnrd Uarriaon 
flwanatroM. Frvd^nrk Kmll 
(*orbffnn CUndiiStnnVy 
RnlUnfer. Janiea Grey 
Cmt. c*«lln flMnnel 
And ■en. CbaHoe K«l«ard 
MoMley. wailnn Bmntk . 
Tonne Liinta lo f!«eet«T . 
OlUOomn TbamaaMic-ba*! 



Mtone*ot« 

lllnneeota . 

Uub Territory 

iniooia 

New Jeraey . 

lUinola 

Sontfa Cnrollna 

nUnok 

New Jrreey . 

Iowa 

Delaware 

Connecticut 

Moniana . 

Oblo . 

North Carolinn 
, Ma«aaehnaetta 
• Ohio 

North Carolina 

Iowa 
I Rhodp UUnd 

North Cnrolina 
, North (*an>Una 
I Indiana . 
; Mieaoiirl 

North (Carolinn 

Ohio 

Kanaea 

IVno«ylrania 

)vioih raruilnn 

MaaMchuarlla 

MtMonrI . 

MaiMarhuarIN 

iVooavlTaaia 

Cjiifiimia 

Wi*roii«ln 

AUttama 

MtnoeeoU 

tlhio 

Kanaa« 

Iowa 

Arkanana 

Tfiiaa . 

Lottlalann 

Penney I rania 



Sept. 4.1883 

Sept. 4,1883 

Hept. 4.1883 

I Hay 17. 188a 

I May 10, 1883 

- May 17, 1H83 



I May 10, 1883 

' May 17. 1883 

May 17. 1883 

May 17. 1883 

, SepL 4.1883 

I Sept 4,1883 

I June 17. IHK! 

I May a, lKn3 

jHept 4.1883 

< May 17, tnH3 

S(<pf. 3.1HM 

May 17, 1883 

, May 17. iMi 

May 17. 1K83 

May 17. IkKI 

May 10. iHfU 

Sept. aft. ll^^-l 

Sopt. 4. 1>^< 

May 17.1—1 

May 17.1*^1 

Sept. OL l^^M 

May 17. l»«Ki 

•N'pt. 0, l^M 
S<«pt. 20. I***,! 
May 10. lN«l 

S«.pu 0.1|N^I 

May 10. 1**^ I 
May 17. l^^^ 

Srpl. i.l"!** 
June 4. )^^1 
Sept. C l«wl 
ScpL 4,1'*<*J 
!<ept. «,1<«^J 
May 17. IMi^l 
Sept. 4.1883 
HopL 0,U«1 
.Sept. t.lMi«1 
■ May 17. IMQ 



CLASS APPOINTED IN 1883. 



21 



performing required service afloat 



Age at date 
of admission. 






Order of merit. 






Nunilior of demerits. 


r 

1 Sea service in 
1 practice ships. 

i 




• 
mm 

ts 

9 


a 
o 


B 

e 

** a 
>.• 

1 


LoaHt squares and strength 
of materials. 


1 
1 

Ordnance and gnnnery. 

1 


bc 

a 

h 

AS 
•■3 

m 


5 

if 


• 

a 

A 

r: 

B 
M 

1 


* 

u 
a 


1 
d 

A 

B • 

O 


1 

1 
1 

• 

c 


•c 

B 

e 

a 

o 
e 


17 


7 


1 


1 


1 


2 


4 


14 


1 


4 


29 


•1 


13 


10 


4 


3 


2 


3 


2 


4 


5 


2 ; * 


29 


*2 


17 


2 


5 


5 


5 


7 


•1 


7 


4 


1 1 4 1 29 


•3 


15 




7 


6 


3 


G 


2 


12 


15 


12 7 1 11 


4 


15 




3 


2 


8 


1 


25 


11 


38 


66 . 7 - 11 


5 


15 




9 


10 


11 


6 


9 


5 


24 


21 . 7 ' 11 


6 


15' 


11 


6 


7 


10 





24 


15 


10 


6, 7 


11 


7 


16 




11 


9 


14 


12 


16 


6 


11 


7 


7 


11 


8 


17 


3 


12 


4 


8 


19 


14 


12 


29 


30 


7 


11 


9 


15 





2 


12 


9 


16 


14 


22 


7 


5 


7 


11 


10 


17 


2 


7 


16 


13 


11 


8 


10 


30 


82 


4 


29 


11 


16 


10 


18 


7 


7 


83 


40 


.80 


26 


85 4 


29 


12 


15 


8 


1*4 


10 


16 


4 


16 


9 


12 


9 


9 


17 


18 


18 





17 


24 


22 


24 





19 


85 


89 


7 


11 


14 


17 


6 


28 


29 


19 


16 


16 


19 


19 


13 


4 


29 


15 


17 


8 


26 


34 


27 


16 


4 


1 


22 


16 I 7 j . 11 


16 


14 


10 


10 


15 


16, 


27 


16 


32 


32 


33 




29 


17 


17 


1 


16 


16 


17 


8 


30 


IS 


15 


12 






18 


16 


6 


18 


18 


6 


21 


22 


23 


7 


5 






19 


17 


10 


24 


18 


24 


10 


7 


3 


15 


12 






20 


18 





30 


27 


24 


33 


80 


36 


1 









21 


15 


.1 


27 


28 


18 


29 


33 


32 


15 


12 






22 


16 


11 


19 


22 


21 


18 


10 


86 


25 


23 




29 


23 


17 





21 


19 


11 


15 


16 


7 


12 


9 




29 


24 


16 


8 


30 


85 


28 


21 


10 


28 


14 


10 1 6 26 


25 


17 


2 


82 


41 


34 


42 


25 


28 


19 


13 


7 11 


26 


16 


8 


37 


38 


39 


19 


88 


15 


27 


27 




29 


27 


14 


4 


15 


14 


20 


13 


42 


21 


41 


61 




11 


28 


17 


» 


22 


23 


80 


38 


32 


24 


5 






29 


29 


17 


7 


30 


44 


48 


43 


36 


2 


38 


66 




29 


30 


15 


9 


20 


86 


22 


33 


25 


39 


27 


27 7 


11 


31 


16 


2 


84 


20 


26 


24 


22 


42 


1 







29 


32 


17 


4 


28 


26 


29 


23 


. 36 


16 


7 


5 




11 


33 


15 


10 


36 


39 


32 


31 


29 


25 


34 


88 




25 


84 


16 


7 


39 


24 


36 


87 


25 


32 


33 


35 




29 


86 


17 





35 


32 


88 


88 


12 


26 


19 


18 




11 


36 


16 


10 


33 


40 


85 


24 


12 


87 


35 


80 




29 


37 


17 


10 


24 


36 


86 


38 


41 


42 


30 


82 




29 


38 


16 


2 


23 


43 


31 


41 


36 


30 


48 


92 




29 


89 


17 


1 


44 


80 


36 


31 


36 


26 


40 


59 




11 


40 


16 


10 


89 


81 


41 


29 


16 


40 


23 


18 




29 


41 


16 


9 


42 


42 


44 


43 


33 


41 


42 


71 




29 


-atf^ 


17 


10 


42 


21 


42 


28 


44 


42 


37 


52 




29 


16 


4 


38 


32 


40 


40 


43 


38 


44 


107 







22 



RELATIVE. STANDING. 



Finf o/o<t— 



I 
1 



u 

94 



Ill 

14 

T 
U 
(« 

S9 
U 



1« 

It 

I 

17 

» 
U 
15 
t 

t 
f 

ft 



SI 

4 
10 

s 
ss 
•I 

• 

ai 



XaoM. 



▲Ik«a, 8«B««1 JuBM 
▲adOTMB, Lsttls Jowph 
BMwtt» rrtdwick Brewttor.Jr 
BftTKi WUUas P«ler . 
BMoh, 14ward Lftlln«r . 



BHttate, Carlo BoB«pttt« . 
Cteadtor, Uojd BorwlU 
Cola, XU KoUty . 
ClM%HlfmaiB«^mtB . 
CimMir. 8C«ait Wanvn 
CraM,W|]UMiXirha«l . 
PrMklla, Winiam Ba«ll 
OalM, Hcrbwt OraBTfDe 
HartnUi, AraUa . 
HMfWMTd, 0«orf« North 
Hnbhord, Jolia FUtoI 
HogWo, CIuwIm Fndorlo 
H«0, Robert CMtor 
logoM^ Claroaoo LooU Adrloa 



Kooour. Oootr WUUom 
U^ooat^ Joha Arehor . 

If Ulrr. lUfvaa LjM . 
HooiM^llooMDoatal 
Honroa, Caooy Braro . 
KortoB. Albon UUU 
QnlabrBdwIaRufte. 

lUU.jMMB<«r7. 
Robortaoa, AobWj Uorwoi 
RftMna, flaoiD*! KlMlbara 
Htaflbtrd, Loroj Aognatoo 
fiUekaojr, Bonaaa (Wawa 
f aMMil, Wtlllaa Vc vtaa 
Wmi, BraoMi KdvanI 

Bllbvr.fHrtHBvlcbi 

WUrf. B«ar7 Arimlo 



SUtO. 



TOBO' 

Qoorgta 

Now York 

Ftorida 

Mlaaoooto 

NowTork 

Mlohiffoa 

Koatocky 

Kow Hompohiro 

New York . 

Tozao 

Uliaoio 

ladlABO . 

Haryload . 

Hlchlipia 

Mlchlftoa . 

Xow Tork 

NonTork . 

Moiao . 

Atlorgo 

▲lobMBA 

NowTork . 

PeaaoylToaU 
' LonloUaa . 
, Now Tork 
• BooMchaaotto 
, NowTork 
j MiMbaippI . 
' Ohio 

I NowTork . 
' Vlrflalo . 
. nilaolo 
; PrDaoylTmaU 

Laatoioaa . 

Koatacky 

iVaaojlraala 

(}oorg1o . 

Dakota 

Toxao 



Oato of ad* 

ailootoa. 



Sept 4, 
May r. 
May It, 
May M. 
MaySI. 
May It. 
Mays*. 
May It. 
Sopt. 4. 
Bopt« 4» 

iMayB. 

I Sopt. 4, 
I May 1», 

MayM. 
I Sopt 4« 

Sopt. 4, 
; May 19. 

Sept a, 

• Sopt* a, 
' May 90. 

• May SO. 
May It, 
Apr. 6. 

, May It. 
'Sopt. 4, 
' Sopt. 4, 

May It. 

Sopt. 4. 
. May Sa. 

Maya, 

Srpl. 4, 

Sopt* 4. 

Sept. 4. 

Sept IS. 

Sept. 4. 

Sept. 4. 

May SX 

May It. 

May 17. 



«84 

8»4 



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DM 

MH 

SM. 

144 

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004 

804 

004 

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004 

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004 > 

om! 

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w^ 

004 

om ' 

804 



004 
MM 

i«4' 



KM 



8M 
f*M 



4 Tufa«4 back froai rlaao appatotn! 1043 



FIRST CLASS. 



23 



Z7 members. 



Age at date 
of admiaaion. 


• 




Order of merit. 






1 

a 

e 

1 

a 


Sea-aervioe in 
praoUee-ahipa. 




• 

1 


1 

1 
1 

1 


14 

1 

"i 

1 


• 

1 

1 

43 


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s 

9 

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t 

3 

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5 


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H 

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n 

i 

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4i 

1 


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1 


1 


1 
s 

o 


17 


7 


84 


14 


20 


26 


22 


24 


9 


37 




8 


24 


17 


10 


26 


24 


18 


22 


26 


88 


24 


69 




20 


25 


15 


4 


20 


88 


27 


84 


84 


84 


27 


81 




20 


84 


15 


B 


18 


80 


88 


88 


88 


88 


12 


40 




5 


t 


16 


10 


27 


14 


24 


28 


82 


81 


8 


86 




20 


28 


16 





80 


27 


11 


5 


12 


18 


• 21 


67 




20 


11 


15 


8 


13 


14 


28 


18 


14 


17 


7 


27 




20 


14 


17 


4 


24 


6 


12 


11 


17 


8 


10 


48 




20 


7 


15 





8 


11 


80 


25 


12 


10 


4 


21 


5 


8 


18 


16 





(a) 
16 


(a) 
84 


(«) 
21 


(a) 
9 


4 


(a) 

15 








14 


id) 
17 


17 


8 


82 


147 




5 


16 


5 


6 


25 


85 


29 


27 


81 


20 


61 




8 


» 


17 


8 


4 


4 


28 


14 


19 


11 


22 


50 




20 


18 


16 


3 


10 


22 


87 


23 


27 


86 


2 


13 




20 


26 


17 


4 


20 


12 


86 


83 


20 


80 


17 


47 


1 


6 


80 


16 





36 


2 


10 


13 


5 


14 


38 


108 


K 


8 


16 


17 


11 


11 


17 


8 


3 


9 


7 


85 


181 




20 


6 


17 


2 


27 


18 


19 


6 


10 


80 


88 


158 




8 


20 


17 


10 


21 


20 


34 


16 


24 


11 


11 


88 


8 


8 


19 


14 


7 


36 


37 


16 


17 


84 


87 


84 


176 




6 


§ 


16 


4 


12 


26 


25 


29 


23 


22 


28 


84 




20 


27 


16 


2 


22 


86 


26 


36 


27 


27 


30 


114 




20 


83 


17 


10 


80 


17 


9 


10 


80 


6 


26 


76 




20 


12 


17 


4 


88 


17 


15 


20 


14 


16 


16 


44 




20 


15 


17 





2 


9 


2 


4 


2 


2 


14 


42 




8 


•2 


17 


11 


14 


20 


13 


8 


17 


10 


15 


43 




8 


8 


17 


7 


26 


80 


27 


86 


86 


86 


81 


134 




20 


f 


16 


10 


6 


8 


6 


7 


8 


4 


20 


105 


jt 


8 


5 


17 


11 


7 


6 


82 


29 


25 


20 


3 


10 




20 


22 


14 





88 


88 


81 


28 

1 


87 


36 


87 


184 




20 


85 


14 


9 


19 


20 


7 


32 


20 


25 


5 


25 




6 


21 


16 


8 


8 





5 


10 


6 


4 


6 


26 




8 


4 


17 


3 


15 


8 


14 


16 


14 


11 


28 


66 


5 


8 


10 


14 





28 


82 


3 


21, 


7 


27 


30 


182 


5 


8 


28 


16 


8 


9 


86 


32 


84 ; 


83 


31 


18 


41 


5 


8 


32 


15 


6 


1 


1 


1 


1 ' 


1 


1 


17 


47 


5 


8 


•1 


16 


10 


16 


28 


17 


12 


10 


9 


9 


37 


5 


5 


9 


17 


5 


82 


4 


3 


2 


8 


3 


1 


11 


6 


20 


•8 


16 


3 


85 


28 


27 

1 


24 

1 


80 


29 


25 


74 


7 


9 

1 


81 



24 



RELATIVE 8TAND1NQ. 



Steond cla49 — 



Name. 



Sttta. 



IHt^ of «d- 
ntUftioo. 



t Aaderton. Kmmt IWotley 

38 BradfthAW. G«org« Brown . 

SI Brftiid,Cluu-lM AoffOttUtto 

17 Cwnojr. Robert BniMi 

18 CoU. WllllMB Carry 
IS ' Duifortlk, noorco WMhlog urn 

40 Drints, LottU Ubwllo . 
n Datum. Robftrt McUllUa . 

( BntfrMW, SoMmi 

84 F«mlftr. G««rfB Loden 

88 raUrr, B«b Hebard 

17 OalDM, Sdward . 

t ' HarrtMo. WiUlam KrIIajr . 

8 ■•%••■, BkfeMMMl fmtwtik 

1 Icr. Arttar BsUkrIdg* ' 

5 ■•ICfeltM, ■fflUaMlB PfABlllll 

4 Johtta, Vaadyko 

t Johaaos. 63 doe} Smith 

17 Kalaer. tool* Aolhoay . 

88 Kirk. a«OT«a WilUaoi 

7 Klttella. BoiBMr Elj 
88 Lewta. Fndortck Nalaoa . 

Loac CkarlM Grant 
Lawodaa. Kdward Ratlcdx* 
LocttA, Lawla Clarka 
MacPoaiaa W1UU« Ihigald 
Macrwdar.Tbomaa rickoU . 
If arrolL Goorga Kalph 
Mvndrll, Gaorsa llaftrrJr. . 
Milrhall. Gaorc* Oraat 
Mastcoowry. WaJtaoa Blout 
Xaamaaa, Bartraai Staaabvy 
Xahiia. La«ia UfCof . . 
irn^y, Cldaad y«4«m . 
88 i*attan. Jato Bryvas 
88 Pbal^ Wmia« Wovdward 

8 PiBlt. WinUfli VmaW . 
{ rtmMaa, Charim rrasHa . 

41 PmcbaakikiaUaa * 
H Ra9««ad, WUllaa Wba . 
8 Indi* W^ff* Brary 

88 fWywOTir. WU1U« BMry . 

84 M#l<nar. LoMla Rudolph da . 

n T«rhn»a. Warraa Jay . 

88 Thai 111 Tally FWrnlaf . 



8 
18 
11 
18 
18 

• 



{ 

14 
18 
U 



. May 22, 


IM'j 


'Sept 4. 


It^i 


S«>|»t 8. 


ItoC* 


Hay H. 


lw*,% 


8ept 5. 


im:, 


8ept« 7. 


I8>5 


Sept 28. 


1MH5 


Sept 4, 


18H5 


May 22, 


iHHi 


May 21, 


IMI,'^ 


May 22. 


1885 


May 21. 


I«8& 


May 23. 


IHhh 


May 21 


luM 


8cpL28, 


IIU.% 


SepU 6^ 


iMtft 


|SepL2S, 


iNUi 


jStpt 7. 


iKM.'i 


1 May 2U. 


IMC 


.Sept. 7. 


18(Cl 


. May 18. 


im:. 


.May 22, 


ltii>5 


"Sept 7. 


1%M 


SepL28. 


IMA 


Sept. 8. 


iMiS 


May 18. 


IhCO 


Sapt 8. 


I^M 


.Sept 7, 


1^^5 


Sept ft, 


18n'. 


Sept 7. 


IMO 


Srpt 5. 


IHKS 


M«y 22. 


1M<5 


Sept (^ 


\m^\ 


Sept ft. 


leD5 


' May 21. 


iN^n 


May 18. 


IhO 


Sept 8. 


1»M«.'i 


iSrpt 4. 


\*^\ 


Sept 7. 


11^5 


Sept 7. 


lMs5 


! >tay 20. 


11^ 


: May r. 


l^i^.^ 


Mar. 17. 


1<^ 


May IB. 


u<. 


May 31. 


Ifh^ 



SECOND . CLASS. 



25 



42 members. 



Age at date of ad* 
nioaion. 



Order of merit 






16 
16 

17 

le 

17 

17 

17 

15 

17 I 

17 

15 

17 

14 

14 

15 

17 

17 

17 

15 

17 

17 

17 

15 

17 

17 

18 

17 

16 

17 

16 

17 

17 

16 

16 

17 

15 i 

16 I 

16 I 

17 

16 

17 

18 

16 

16 






8 
4 

4 
5 
1 
7 
1 

10 

10 
2 
8 
6 

10 
9 
9 
7 
7 
2 
1 
1 

11 
1 
9 
8 

10 

11 

10 

1 


10 
7 
1 
3 

11 
6 
6 
4 

10 
1 
6 
5 

1 

11 



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fit 

■« 2 



-4— - 



42 

^ 

25 

38 
16 
18 

42 
35 
50 
32 
25 
24 
41 

2 

8 

5 
49 
47 
11 
29 
20 
36 
12 

8 
14 
33 
17 

4 

34 
25 
42 
23 
14 
20 

9 
30 

7 

45 
38 
48 

1 

25 
19 
10 
31 



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9 






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CO 

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45 
23 
88 
18 
U 
7 

37 
27 
50 
38 
29 
32 
47 
6 
1 
4 
44 
38 
26 
86 
12 
48 
20 
16 
22 
8 
9 
24 
34 
30 
49 
13 
14 
18 
J14 
21 
10 
47 
81 
42 
3 

25 

38 

5 

28 



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o 

a 



I 



43 
31 
28 
86 
10 
12 
16 
20 
41 
47 
80 
82 
38 

4 

1 

5 
26 
35 
26 
21 

3 
83 
17 
38 
18 
14 I 
18 
34 
19 
48 
49 
28 
25 
36 
46 
40 

9 
50 
45 
41 

7 
44 
24 

8 
15 



S 

a 
m 
fi^ 

K 

a 

« 

I 



44 

17 
16 



15 

25 

19 

38 

36 

46« 

41 

23 

34 

32 

4 

1 

2 
32 
48 
22 

88 I 

I 

8 
24 

6 
47 
11 

9 
14 
42 
10 
20 
50 
30 
13 
17 
27 
35 

7 

48 
88 
38 

6 
27 
20 
36 
12 



a 
t 

1 

o 

J 

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46 
40 
25 
35 
38 
22 
30 
10 
82 
13 
9 
33 
80 
24 
10 
83 
41 
49 
29 
22 
4 
48 
14 
1 
7 
5 

25 
2 

42 

15 

44 

5 

3 

17 

16 

12 

18 

36 

89 

27 

8 

49 
28 
48 
37 



1 



8 

a 
o 



25 
44 

«M 
40 
34 
10 
44 
89 
38 
14 
40 
20 
18 
♦10 
4 
13 
10 
81 
27 
24 
5 

28 

3 

48 

23 

17 

46 

1 

26 

18 

9 

7 

5 

8 

42 

43 

37 

23 

47 

32 

2 

30 

29 

60 

16 



1 


Sea service in 
practice ahipa. 


i 

•c 

s 

o 


1 

1 
1 




1 

a 




■ 


88 


5 


10 


186 


2 


17 


146 


2 


17 


170 


4 


19 


188 


2 


17 


44 


2 


17 


186 


2 


17 


154 


2 


17 


130 




17 


50 




17 


170 




17 


82 




17 


81 




10 


44 


5 


10 


31 


1 


8 


47 


2 


17 


44 


2 


17 


123 


2 


17 


111 


5 


10 


86 


2 


17 


83 


6 


10 


112 


4 


8 


24 


2 


17 


224 


2 


17 


84 


2 


17 


64 


5 


10 


196 


2 


17 


14 


a 


17 


97 


2 


17 


81 


2 


17 


41 


2 


17 


89 


6 


10 


38 


2 


17 


40 


2 


17 


178 


5 


10 


183 


6 


10 


149 


2 


17 


83 


2 


17 


200 


2 


17 


124 


2 


17 


16 


6 


10 


116 


6 


10 


114 


6 


10 


236 


6 


10 


63 


6 


3 



4i 
i 

a 

9 

i 






t 

28 
81 
87 
18 
12 
40 
32 

84 
23 
27 
t 
3 
1 
5 

17 
29 

7 
89 

9 
16 
11 
13 
19 

6 
30 
26 

$ 
14 

10 

16 

20 

83 

8 

41 

tf 

2 

88 



26 



RELATIVE STANDINO. 






1 

-9 



"5 ' 



Kane. 



4 TVtBloV, IfatfeM CTMk 
PIOUp . . 



1 



M' WoodwMd, Hoary Lftk* 



StAM. 



WlMonila . 

TMiBMtee 

VMnoDt 



K«wTork . 



Dale of ad- 



Sept 4,10» 
Oet. XUU 
Saiit 4.1ttS 
Ifay l«.l«8ft 
If ay 18,1885 



SECOND CLAS& 



27 



42 memhen—Coniiuned. 



Age *t d«te of ed- 
mieeion. 


Order of merit 


i 
1 


Sem-eerriee io 
practice-ehips. 








^^1 




II 


i 
1 


1 




« 




a 
g 


H 


1 


pi 


• 

1 




9 

1 


1 


o 


•0 


o 

1 
i 


1 
1 


1 


a 
■ 

* o 


It 


8 


8 


2 


a 


8 


10 


20 


82 




17 


4 


16 


9 


40 


82 


10 


80 


20 


15 


60 




17 


25P 


15 


7 


20 


16 


22 


20 


44 


49 


280 




17 


85 


16 


6 


46 


46 


23 


48 


20 


38 


152 




10 


5 


17 


1 


87 


84 


6 


26 


47 


85 


188 




10 86 



28 



RELATIVE 8TAKOIN0. 



( 

fr I 

«* 

B 

1 

3! 

t 
J 



Xan«. 



StJite. 



Third 



DmU of md- 
inUalon. 



17 . 

18 ' 

47 , 



n 

25 
•4 
•I 

5 
•• 

n 

46 
44 
U 



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M ! 
1» 

i . 

M, 

w 
u ' 
a 

I 

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4i' 

(») 
U 

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11 ' 

i 



4« 
43 



IlaUry. ClMid* 

BalWbmldvr. Prfderick WlUUai 
BUakcMblp. Jobs MUlloKtoD 
Bond, CbarlMOtte 
Bmi wlrk. Luclu* Allyn 
Buek. WUUam He&ry 
B«tti«r. ChariM VoorbeM 
CftUiB. AlbwtM Wrlffbt . 
CfeflM, JebB TftlcatlM . 
r*lf MMI, NMk TsBilrllff . 
Coolwio. Ben Le P«Tr» . 

BtfimafUuid .... 

Dftjion. Jobo lUrana 
Diajrm. Joba WlllUoi 
IMsmakr*. Doctor Xaxeno 
EaCoQ, PrrdiTick Uoyd 
Edlo« Joba Rafuo ... 
Rrerb«rt. L*j B«aiptaB 
OartJry. Aloaso 
<itbb«. G«iir«« Fort 
IImim««, Coarad ... 
HoUaad. Fraak .... 
HolttM. Crbaa Tlxacr . 
Horao. Adriaa I^onaM 
KoeboniMrieor. Fraak Hoary 
Laaff. Bdvard Bninoiu 
lAttaor, Jotitta Laao 
LMaaid. WtU Walkor . • 
MrI>Daald. Xrvia naaUBCtoa . 
Mrray.CbarkoBtttior . 
Molbit, WUlUoi Adfrr . 
MoMo, Lawtmkio Heary 
X^tUIo, Weadrll Cooblaff . 
Xortoa. Wali4>r Soiltb . 
Okoll Fraak Tb»«|ibilao . 
Pmy. WlllUm TqIm . . 
Priro. Claado Bomard 
Badford (> rat ftofg . 
JUao^ Boary Warrva . 
Rl«iaff. FraakllB Htdaoy 
IUU#r. Ii#ary Rayd«r . 



•I 
41 

4« 

97 

7 



R; aa. Kacoa# Powoy . 
Riaa. Joba Paal Joo^pb 
daaadora. WiUUia 
hrbodffld. Fraak Hi 



«fUopa«oM. 



ArkaaM* 
WUconola . 
VIrxlaU . . 
, Iowa 

llAMWCbtlMtU 

MlMiMlppl 

Now JerM*y . 

MlanraoU . 

LouUbuia 

New York . 

Ohio 

Kroturky . 

At UrfEO 

P«>iiotyWanla 

MlMiMlppl . 

Mlcblffaa . 

At Unco . 

AUbama 
; Iowa 
I INctrlct of Colaabla 

Tosaa 

MtcblKaa 

ArkaoMM 

Now IlaiBptbira 

PranaylTaala 

Oblo . 

WMt Vlrglala 

Texaa 

X#w Vork . 

Colorado 

Kootb Carolina 

Now York 

VirgloU 

Xow York 

Peaaaylraala 

Florida . 

Mlwlaalppi . 

Kvatorky 

Now York . 

Xf»rada . 

Poaaaylraaia 

T»BIIPM»i 

XfwYork . 
X#w York 
At larso 
Xow York 

b Tani^ bark 



Srpt 8.1»4 
Sapt 4. lb«« 
May to, IKM 
'Sept. HtlfUfl 
i Hept. 7, \bM ' 
May niMM 
jfUpt 7,li'Mi 
I May 34. llJtM . 
8opt 38, IKM 
j May 31. tt»Hl 
! Sept 8, IKXd 
"May 33.1^38' 
i Hept 13, 1M6 > 
Svpt 7,1K^8 
, May 31, 18M 
!8rpt. 8,1»<K8 
May 10. 1M8 
May 30. 1H88 
May 28, 1848 
May ]9,18{t8 
May 34, ]l<^8 
i May 22, 18H8 
' Hept 13, 1M<8 
; May 33, \bM • 
' May 20, IMM ^ 
May 30,18M 
8opt SO. I8Mt . 
! Sept 30, IHM 
I Sept 7. I>M , 
' May 18. I8M , 
Hept. 8,lw4 
8ppt38.IHX8, 
8rpt IS. IM8 
8«pt. 7.1RM6, 
May 20. ltM«8 
• May 21 IKiHI 
' Jnno 3. 18118 > 
May 35^ IRMI 
May SO, itM) 
,MaT 30.1M1' 
I May 3ft. IHMi | 
I May 20, 18M 
,8opL 4.]Ni8l 
.Kopu 8,lMHt' 
May 21. IMO 
•May 31.1 KH1 



THIBD CLASS. 



29 



53 memberi. 



Age at date of ad< 
mission. 


Order of merit. 


•g 

B 

•s 

e 

1 


Sea seryice in 
practice ships. 


• 


1 


m 

1 


English and bis* 
tory. 


Algebra and ge- 
ometry. 


French and Span* 
ish. 




1 


• 

1 

1 


1 


9 

8 

a 
a 

s 

e 


15 


10 


37 


14 


9 


23 


49 


2 


15 


17 


16 


4 


40 


51 


52 


31 


61 


2 


15 


50 


17 





11 


24 


19 


5 


13 


5 


2 


16 


15 





38 


46 


42 


19 


37 


2 


15 


47 


16 


6 


20 


34 


51 


13 


30 


2 


15 


38 


17 


7 


4 


17 


15 


12 


28 


5 


2 


8 


17 


7 


13 


28 


37 


34 


67 


2 


15 


28 


17 


5 


32 


18 


28 


43 


82 


5 


2 


25 


17 


8 


24 


5 


6 


15 


31 


2 


15 


4 


16 


2 


3 


6 


16 


49 


106 


5 


2 


3 


15 


8 


67 


48 


57 


34 


67 


2 


15 


§ 


16 


• 6 


7 


10 


8 


89 


74 


5 


2 


6 


17 


11 


6 


83 


33 


44 


f>9 


2 


15 


26 


16 


9 


35 


45 


42 


28 


54 


2 


15 


46 


16 


7 


32 


40 


45 


88 


72 


5 


2 


44 


16 6 


22 


30 


27 


55 


159 


2 


15 


34 


15 


7 


54 


46 


4 


40 


77 


2 


17 


86 


16 


5 


60 


8 


35 


54 


126 


5 


2 


31 


16 


7 


20 


12 


47 


87 


69 


5 


2 


24 


16 


2 


32 


42 


1 


20 


42 


5 


2 


19 


15 


5 


55 


57 


53 


26 


52 


2 


17 


* 


17 


6 


45 


36 


56 


47 


103 


5 


2 


51 


17 


4 


24 


28 


30 


52 


124 


2 


15 


36 


16 


2 


56 


61 


54 


42 


80 


5 


* 

2 


56 


16 


3 


41 


36 


49 


26 


52 


5 


2 


45 


14 


10 


14 


8 


21 


45 


90 


5 


2 


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17 


11 


44 


50 


41 


61 


120 


2 


15 


49 


16 


9 


a 


a 


a 


1 


3 


2 


15 


(6) 


16 


10 


40 


55 


45 


48 


105 


2 


15 


52 


17 


7 


46 


20 


26 


8 


23 


2 


2 


27 


16 


. 10 


15 


44 


9 





26 


2 


15 


21 


16 


2 


10 


7 


2 


58 


272 


2 


15 


9 


16 


11 


42 


21 


23 


23 


40 


2 


15 


29 


16 


6 


50 


51 


54 


29 


56 


2 


16 


53 


16 


11 


28 


56 


49 


30 


58 


5 


2 


48 


16 


9 


•88 


54 


23 


32 


64 


5 


2 


42 


17 


7 


27 


36 


32 


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2 


33 


17 


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42 


34 


39 


22 


46 


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17. 


3 


19 


30 


31 


7 


19 


6 


2 


23 


16 


11 


24 


27 


12 


15 


31 


6 


2 


20 


16 


3 


28 


21 


38 


9 


26 


5 


2 


82 


16 


6 


1 


2 


2 


17 


33 


5 


2 


1 


je 


6 


53 


49 


16 


13 


30 


2 


15 


41 


15 


11 


28 


41 


34 


84 


67 


2 


15 


^* 


,1« 


1 


45 


21 


39 


9 


26 


5 


2 




17 


4 


5 


11 


22 


4 


11 


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30 



RELATIVE STANDING. 



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s 
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a 
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u 

12 

8S 

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■4 

10 



Kftme. 



ftitaor. Mfttt HovUod 

Raow, WUUmb AUntoo 
8oale. Joho Latmaa 

BalliTMi, PnokUa Buchaiiaa . 
Taylor, MoaCcon^ry Metga 
Treadwall, TboaMs Coarad • 
VogalCMMig. CbariM Theodore 
Ward. G«orfe Crei«bioa 
White. Cheetor BaUey 
WlUiaan, OMrc* WMfclasMM 
Zelfmeler. Hearj Joe«ph 



SUIe. 



Xebraaka . 
MaaaaehoMtU 
nilsola 
' Ohio 
Atlarxe 
▲llarge. . 
M aaiaoh mi) tti 
Callfomla 
New York . 
MtMonri . 
Sooth CaroUna 
Ohio 



Date of ad* 
miaaloB. 



MaySlflSM 
Sept 4, MM 
Sept i,ltt6 
May li.l8M 
Maxn,18M, 
Hay St, IMS - 
lU7 9t,18MJ 
Sept fl, 18M I 
Mar tU ISM ' 
I Sept C1M6 
|SeptSfl»ine 
May tl,lMe 



«8eepafe35. 



THIBD CLASS. 



31 



53 iii«m(«r9— -Continued. 



Age at date of ad- 
miaaion. 




Order of merit. 






L 

Sea lerTlee in 
practtce ebipa. 


«i 












i 


t 


•c 






■ 

• 


P 


■ 

a 




i 












M 


u 


3 

fib 




< i 






'm 






-9 


and 
try. 


00 

aja 




o 






a 
a 


C 
t 

X 


• 

1 




r 

5 


1 


Conduct. 


1 

B 

a 

124 


Months. 


1 

Q 


' ^ 
t 


15 


5 


45 


1 


28 


52 


6 2 


15 


1« 


7 


16 


30 


. 23 


8 


10 


2 ; 15 


22 


17 


4 


28 


16 


47 


23 


40 


2, 15 


30 


15 


6 


2 


4 


14 


33 


65 


5, 2 


2 


U 


10 


36 


32 


36 


46 


100 


4' 2 


80 


16 


7 


12 


16 


5 


60 


117 


5 1 2 


18 


16 


11 


16 


14 


10 


41 


78 


5 2 


14 


17 


7 


8 


24 


12 


18 


35 


2 15 


13 


17 


10 


52 


43 


42 


57 


205 


3 , 17 

j 


53 


17 


11 


16 


26 


16 


21 


45 


2 1 15 


18 


17 


1 


9 


3 


6 


56 


106 


2 15 


4 


17 


. 1 


23 


13 


11 


1 


3 


5 1 2 


10 



32 



Kame. 



▲U«a, DttTid Vaa Horn . 
▲llbooM, A4ellwrt 
▲nthon. ArcbiUld . 
ArUoD. EtlgAr Emaet . 
BMk, Wmiun Walker 
BAlkaap, ReglBAld Kowma 
Bi«f«r. Blon Ban«tt . 
BlMi«r, De WUt . 
Blonst. Irrlag . 
Bre«klBridf«, JoMph CwiMH 
Brotl»«HMt WtUlMB Daalal 
CaldweU, Harry Baadly 
CaoHlaB. B«nard Holt 
Carter, JaoMa Praacla . 
Cbrtoty. Harley Baaalbal 
CoaaaaL Chariaa Foltott 
Cook, Alloa Mprriam 
Cottoa. Cborleo Slaabopo 
rnr1otl,Joba 
Dario. Aaatta RockwMl 
Kmbtvj. WUoy SUdo . 
Xinrirb. Cbarl«« Rolf . 
Braoa. WoMo 
^riowrra, Robert Leo 
Ford, Winian Howland . 
OOrbrist. C1aroac<« Dj^or 
OUlAor. HofBtIo Oouale . 
Uoodwia. LfoaarA . 
GnMB. Loala Horaaa 
Bartanf. Brtiwirk Joba 
Hoocb. Hronr UoKbra 
Inrlfi. Noblo Bdword . 
JfNikIa*. Tbinaao L#oI1»a 
Jrvrll. (^barlr* Tb«oi|or« 
JooM Ikflob Xnwo'iil 
K«4lafjc. Tbo«Mo Hk«U 
KUboorvo Joorpb Cooliaff«> 
KorotK UfvryCbarlM. 
LaaraoCer nrtllloa Ljrrarsas 
Laao. Raftia H«>r«iaa 
Larkla. Roalor lioaapano 
Laws. (;oor«« WlltiMi . 
LomU. Jaavpb AlUa . 
Lotffb. RkbarA Hoary 
LMMr4, WIU Wolkar 



FOURTH CLASS. 



Fourth c24M«— 97 member$. 



Lflo t^MfteoWtlUaa 

llonK* Ofooloy 





Stato. 


Palo of 
adaiiaaloa. 


Age at date of 
adaiiaaloii. 


8ea««orTiee la 
practioe-abipti 




• 

1 


1. 
1 


1 ' 1 




Oblo . . . 


May 21, 1M7 


17 




3 i 1» ■ 




ToBQoaioo . 


Sopt «»1687 


17 




■ 




HIImU . . 


Mmy tl. 1887 


18 




>: » : 




New Tort . . 


Jnoo 8.1887 


18 




1 IS 




PoDoaylTaiila . 


Sopt. S.1887 


14 




1^. 




Maryland . . 


Sept. e.1887 


17 






Arkanaaa . 


Sept. S,1H87 


w 






Ti 




Kaiiaaa. 


8opt.S4,1887 


17 






1 




Iowa . 


May 10,tW7 


16 




3 1 




Inilia&a 


Sopt. e.1887 


17 








Kontaeky 


Sopt. 38, 1^ 


15 




' 




WlaeoDftia . 


Hept. e.1887 


16 




' 




niinola . . 


Sopt. 7.1887 


14 




1 




W«at Vlr||[iala . 


Aug. 37« 1887 


18 




1 
1 




PesBoylraiila . 


Mar. 24. 1887 


18 j 


2! 16 




Ohio 


May 2«. IBK7 


18 8 


2 1 16 




Mirblcan . 


May 21, 18k7 


18 8 


2 1 16 




KasMo. . . 


Aept 8.1887 


18 11 




1 

* • « » 

1 


Sept. 7.1887 


17 « 






VIrflola 


hrpL 8,1HK7 


17 8 


1 




Of^M^la 


Hept. 7,1887 


18 2l 




ToanMoeo . 


a«pt. 8.18K7 


*^ *! 




lUlDOia 


May 18, 1887 


18 8^2 19 


Kan««. . . 


H«ipt. 7.1887 


17 10 


' Nortb Carol iaa 


Hopt, 7.18K7 


18 10 , 


• • • • « 


Hopt. 7. 1HII7 


16 7; 


roiUaaa 


Hrpt. IX 1ff<7 


17 8 1 


WiarottoiB . 


SrpL ^lJi^ 


17 8 


P^DDtiylraaia . 


Srpt. S,1887 


18 . 4 

1 


HlioeU. 


May 18, 1887 


18 2 2 15 


loara 


fWpt. 8.1887 


17 


Maaaachoootta . 


8opt. 8.1887 


18 8 


Oblo . 


Sopt. ;«. IMC 


18 


• Nortb CaroliBa . 


May 21, 1887 


17 10 2 15 


At Urto . 


May 18. 1n>7 


16 a 2 16 


Allarfo 


H«>pt. 8. 18^ 


18 8 


At lar^ 


M«y 2MNr7 


16 8 2 16 


Ohio . 


Sopt «.18K7 


18, 2 


Wi*coo«lo 


Srpl. 8,11)87 


18; 4' 


m » Alabaoia 


May 3I.1IM7 


17 1 3 2 16 


Oblo . 


Juao ?, 1887 


18 ' 7 2 16 


Vlrrlota 


Sept, 7. |M7 


18 1 




lovo . 


May 21. 1887 


17 1 2 


IS 


Praaaylraata 


lUy 18.18< 


17, 6 2 


16 


MlMtaAjppI 


fUpt. 8.1887 


17 1 




Totaa . 


flopt.M.18M 


18 8 ' 2 


16 


PoaaajriTala 


May 21. 1887 


18 2 3 


16 


VlrflaU 


Sopt. 8.1887 


17 1. 




Now York 


Sopt C 1887 


14 


8 







FOURTH CLASS. 



33 



Fourth clan— 97 member$ — Continaed. 









Age at date of 


Sea-serriee In 




• 
State. 


Date of 
admission. 


admission. 


praotioe-ships. 


Name. 




1 


4 










1 

16 




1 


HagUI, Loaia John 


PennsylTsnia 


June 17. 1887 




8 


15 


Malone, John Cmrj . 


West Tlrginia . 


Sept 6, 1887 


16 








IffoOra&n, WilUftm Hugh . 


Tennessee . 


May 80, 1887 


17 








MoKMtge, Bobert . 


Pennsylvania . 


Sept A, 1887 


17 








McKeWy, WlllUm KeMler 


Peiuisylrania 


May 20, 1887 


17 




2 


16 


MoLemore, Albert Sidney . 


Tennessee 


May 83, 1887 


18 




2 


16 


McReavy, Herbert BUaworth . 


Washington Ter. 


Septt 7, 1887 


16 








Haorin, Timothy Fnaeie 


Louisiana . 


May 21, 1887 


16 




8 


15 


Herrill, CUrenoe Sidney . 


Conneotlont 


Sept 7, 1887 


16 








Koele, John Or»y Foster 


California 


Sept 0, 1887 


16 








Hurphey, Charlee Kemp . 


Tennessee . 


Sept 7, 1887 


16 








Myere, John Twigjcs 


Georgia 


Sept 27, 1887 


16 










Indiana 


May 80, 1887 


16 




8 


15 


Nire,KagnKua 


Empire of Japan 


May 81. 1887 


17 




2 


16 


Nott, George Willinm 


Louisiana 


Sept 7. 1887 


18 








Oweley. Letober 


Kentnoky 


Sept 7, 1887 


17 








Pillot, Peter Stnyyeeant . 


Nebraska . 


Sept 7, 1887 


16 








Pollock, Edwin Taylor . 


Ohio . 


Mny 80, 1887 


16 




2 


15 


Preeton, Charles Fmncia . 


Maryland 


Sept 0» 1887 


16 








Reed, Milton Eugene 


Iowa . 


Sept. 6, 1887 


17 








Reese, William James 


Texas . 


Sept A, 1887 


17 








Richnrds, George . 


Ohio . 


Sept 12. 1887 


U 








Ridgely, Randolph 


Georgia 


Sept e. 1887 


16 








Robinson, Roby 


Alabama . 


May 81, 1887 


16 


"i « 


15 


Robison, John Keeler 


Michigan . 


May 20, 1887 


16 




2 


15 


Rowan, John Howard 


PennsylTania . 


Sept 27,1887 


16 








Russell, Edward Gaston . 


Georgia 


Sept 7, 1887 


17 








Saes, Maurice .... 


Texas 


Sept 7, 1887 


16 


A 






Senn, Thomas Jones . 


South Carolina . 


May 10. 1887 


16 


■ 


2 


15 


ShepArd, Greorge Hugh . 


Wisconsin 


Sept 87, 1887 


16 








Smith, Harry Baton . 


Ohio . 


May 20, 1867 


17 




2 


15 


Smith, Henry Gerrish 


Ohio . 


Sept 5. 1887 


17 








Smith, Lucian Greathonse 


Hlinolir. 


Junes, 1887 


17 


g 


2 


15 


Sparkman, Snlliran Thomas . 


South Carolina 


Sept 24, 1887 


17 








Steams, Claxk lianiel 


Michic^n 


Sept (^ 1887 


17 








Sypber, Jay Hale 


Arisona 


Sept S. 1887 


16 








•Thesll,Blisha .... 


KewYork * 


May 88, 1887 


14 




2 


15 


Todd, Van Dyke 


Texas 


May 81, 1887 


16 




8 


U 


Trickle^Bdward . 


niinois 


May 80. 1887 


17 




2 


U 


Waller, WlUiam Lewis . 


VirglnU . 


May 81, If 87 


17 




2 


15 


Watt, Richard Morgan . 


Pennsylrania 


Sept 88, 1887 


15 








Wearer, Van Wyok 


. • . • 


Sept 7, 1887 


17 








Wedekind, George . 


KewYork , . 


Sept 7, 1887 


15 








Wells, Cheeter 


PennsyWania . 


Sept 10, 1887 


16 








WUlafd.ArthnrLee . . . 


Missouri 


Sept 7. 1887 


17 








Willlama, Dion 


Ohio . 


July 10, 1887 


17 








Willinms, John Clinton . 


Tlrginia 


Sept 0, 1887 


17 








Zahm, Frank Baker 


PennsylTania . 


Sept a, lf^r» 


16 


n 







8575 w R. 



BUMMART OP CADBT8 AT TUB U, 8. NAVAIi ACADEMY. 

October 25, 1,887. 

Wfnt cIam ST mcnbera 

fiaeooddAM 4Siiirmbc»r» 

TIdrd «lMa U membMv. 

FMrthelAM 9t mtmhmvw 

ToUl a» 



APPOINTMENTS, DISCHARGES, RESIGNATIONS, DISMISSALS. 

yovemher *il, 1^86, to Oetohrr 25, 1H87. 



▲PPOUmCO KNAION, U. S. WAVT. 



KsTftl Cttdot 
N*Tal Cadpt 
NsTAl Cttdet 
N*Tftl Cttdet 
NsTal Cttdet 
NstaI Cadot 
NataI Cadet 
Nftval Cadet 
Kaval Cadet 
Naval Cadet 
NaTal Cadet 
Naval Cadet 
Naval Cadet 
Naval Cadet 
Naval Cadet 
Naval Cadet 
Naval Cadet 
Naval Cadet 
Naval Cadet 
Naval Cadet 
Naval Cadet 
Naval Cadet 



HaniaoD Aagnetua Blspbam, olaaa of 1885 
Voloey Oicle Cbaee, elaaa of ItiSTi . 
Robert Edward Coontx, elaae of 18ri5 • 
Albert Cbrtstiao Dirffrtibacb, olaM of 1885 
Edward Walter Eberle, olau of 1885 
George Robert Evans, elaee of 1885 
Tbeodore Cornt*!! Fentoo, elaae of 1865 
William Wirt Gilner. claaa of 1885 
George Waebiofrton Klloe, olaes of 1885 . 
Cbarlee Moood McCorroick, claaa of 1885 
Jobn Patrick McGuinnees, olaaa of 1885 
WiUiam Gardner M iller, clam of 1885 . 
David Small Nee, cla« of 1885 . 
Robert Lee RnawU, olaia of 1885 . 
Armiatead Rnet, claaa of 1885 
Jamea Elliott Sbindel, claaa of 1H85 • . 
George Ralpb Sloenm, claaa of 1885 . 
Cbarlee Semmee SUnwortb, elaaa of 1885 
Joaepb Stranaa, elaaa of 1885 
Glennle Tarboz, claaa of 1885 
John Godwin Tawreaey, elaaa of 1895 
Benjamin Wri(bt« elaaa of 1885 



aOMOftABLT OlSOHABOKO. 



Naval Cadet Jamea Tbomaa Bootca, elaaa of 1885 . 
Naval Cadet Albert Bamatine, claaa of 1885 
Naval Cadet Chariaa Maeon Corpeoing. elaaa of 1885 . 
Naval Cadat Arihar Henry Dntton, elaaa of 1885 
Naval Cadet Walter Waller Joyoea*^ elaaa of 1885 
Naval Cadet Beojamia Matbewa Lombardt. elaaa of 1886 



July 
Jnly 
Joly 
Jnly 
Joly 
Jnly 
Jaly 
Jnly 
Joly 
Jnly 
Joly 
July 
Jnly 
Joly 
Jnly 
July 
Jnly 
Jnly 
Jnly 
Jnly 
Jnly 
Joly 



l«eC 
1H87 
1887 
1887 
IHH7 
18-<7 
IS87 
lhH7 
1HH7 
1H87 
1H87 
1H87 
1H87 
1887 
1887 
1887 
1»C 
1887 
18H7 
18tf7 
1887 



Jnne30, 1*=87 
Jnne 30, 1887 
Jnne 90, 1n87 
Jnne 30, 1HH7 
Jane 30, 1887 
Jnne 30, 1887 



* fliyiMel <|a|MlHMtl«a 



tAtblaevn 



SUMMARY OF CADETS — RESIGNED. 



35 



Kaval Cadet William McKay*, class of 1883 
Kaval Cadet Charles Carroll Poe, class of 1885 
Naval Cadet Thomas Bog Slade, class of 1865 



RKSIGNED. 

Naval Cadet James Nelson Alexander, second class . 
Naval Cadet Harvey Carroll Alford, third class . 
Naval Cadet George Henry Ameut, fonrth class 
Naval Cadet Robert Wilson Beale, fourth class 
Naval Cadet William Walker Beck, fourth class 
Naval Cadet Edmund Ingles Berkeley, foarih class 
Naval Cadet John Sylvanns Carnahan, first class 
Naval Cadet Porter Chandler, fourth class . 
Naval Cadet Roten Nelson Chappell, fourth class 
Naval Cadet Edward Eklmnnd Clement, second class . 
Naval Cadet Hiram Benjamin Close, second class 
Naval Cadet Ben Le Fevre Coulson, fonrth class . 
Naval Cadet Melville Demarest, fonrth class 
Naval Cadet Selden Emerson, third class *. 
Naval Cadet Charles James Edwards Erd, fourth olass 
Naval Cadet William Henry Gould, second class . 
Naval Cadet Frank McDonald Gowey, fourth class . 
Naval Cadet Henry Thaddens Green, fonrth class 
Naval Cadet Conrad Harness, fonrth olass 
Naval Cadet Thomas Leoline Jenkins, fourth class 
Naval Cadet Vandyke Johns, third class 
Naval Cadet Sydney Smith Johnson, third class . 
Naval Cadet Robert Morris Kennedy, third class 
Naval Cadet Claude Hamilton Kinnear, second class . 
Naval Cadet William Daniel Kochersperger, second class 
Naval Cadet Daniel Henry Kremer, fonrth class . 
Naval Cadet William Lycnrgus Lancaster, fonrth class 
Naval Cadet Walter Dyer Litchfield, fonrth olass 
Naval Cadet John Joseph Martin, second class 
Naval Cadet Thomas John Mason, fourth class . . 
Naval Cadet Albert Sidney McLemore, third class . 
Naval Cadet Edmund Preston Melson, second olass 
Naval Cadet Wallace Blount Montgomery, third class 
Naval Cadet Joseph Ralston Morris, second olass 
Navel Cadet John Drake Stockton Mullen, fourth claas . 
Naval Cadet Ignatius Ingoldsby Murphy, second class 
Naval Cadet George Howard Paul, fourth class 
Naval Cadet Charles Francis Preston, third class 
Naval Cadet William Wise Raymond, third class 
Naval Cadet Charles Francis Regan, fourth class 
Naval Cadet Ziba Wells Reynolds, fourth class 
Naval Cadet Henry James Rightor, third class . 
Naval Cadet Willie McDaniel Rowan, second class . 
Naval Cadet John Bennett Seeley, third class 
Naval Cadet George Shepley Selfridge, second olass 
Naval Cadet Horatio Clay Sexton, third olass 
Naval Cadet John Sheehan, fonrth class . • . ^ 
Naval Cadet Frederick Shellaberger, fourth olass 

* Physical disquaUfloation. 



June 30, 


1887 


June 30, 


1887 


June 30, 


1887 


Feb. 


4, 


1887 


May 


4, 


1887 


Feb. 


14, 


1887 


Feb. 


14, 


l«87 


Feb. 


4, 


1887 


Feb. 


17, 


,1887 


Mar. 


1, 


1887 


Feb. 


14, 


1887 


Feb. 


14, 


1887 


May 


11, 


1887 


Sept 


. 7, 


l^f87 


Oct. 


4, 


1887 


Feb. 


14, 


1887 


July 


1, 


1887 


Feb. 


21, 


1^7 


Feb. 


17, 


1887 


Feb. 


23, 


1887 


Feb. 


14, 


1887 


June 11, 


1888 


Mar. 


31, 


1887 


June 17, 


1887 


June 23, 


1887 


May 


26, 


1H87 


Feb. 


7, 


1887 


Feb. 


14, 


1887 


Feb. 


15, 1887 


Feb. 


11. 


1887 


May 


25,1887 


Jan. 


7,1887 


Feb. 


14. 


1887 


April 29, 


1887 


Feb. 


4. 


1887 


June 17, 1887 


Feb. 


5, 


1887 


Feb. 


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April 


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Jan. 


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1887 


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1887 


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17, 


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36 SUMMAST OF CADETS — ^DI8HI88SD. 

NftTsl Cadet Glenn Sbapard Smith, foortbolAW .... Feb. 14, 18tS7 

NftTsl Cadet WillUm CUrkaon Vea Antwerp, seoond olan . Jan. 11, 1887 

NaTal Cadet Cheeter Bailey White, third elan .... Oct. 7,1887 

Naval Cadet Henry White Williama, foarth olaas .... Mar. 8, 1887 

NaTal Cadet John Gilbert Willis, foarthclaaa May :«l,l887 

NaTal Cadet Howard Thor|»e Wooiia, third olaeii Jnne 17, 1887 

D18M188BD. 

NaTal Cadet Jaaee William Clinton*, foarth ola« .... Ftob. 10,1887 

NaTal Cadet George Baehanan Fife*, foarth olaes .... Feb. 10, 1887 

NaTal Cadet Angostna Francia Home, foarth olaaa (dropped) . Mar. 1, 1887 

NaTal Cadet Robert Carter Hnll, second elan (dropped) Sept. 96, 1687 

NaTal Cadet Edward Emilloaa Lang*, third claM .... Sept. 97, 1887 

NaTal Cadet Chariee Waller Potter*, third elaM .... April 8, 1887 

Naval Oadrt Thomae Shappard Webbt, thinl t-laiM (dropped) . Sept. 96, 18K7 

* For bazini;. t Phynieall}* (iiiiqaalifiiMi. 



MERIT-ROLLS FOR 1886--'87. 



Merit-rolls, made out annually for eaok olaM, $how ike profioieney of the eadet$ in each 
broMok of study. The numbers given in the table, page 64, showing the relative weight of 
the different branches, are used as ooeffidents; the final mark in eaoh branch {on a scale of 
4) being multiplied by the number assigned to thai branch. The sum of the products, after 
adding the 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-fi/th of 
the amount by which the final mark in the advanced course exceeds 2.50. 

In the graduating merit-roll, the final standing for the course is determined by the sum of 
the yearly marks, 

** Cadets who attain 85 per cent, of the multiple in any year ehall be distinguisihed by « 
star affixed to t^eir names on the merit-rolW— (Regulations U. S. Kaval Academy, i 150.) 

I%€ diplomas of cadets whose final marks on the gr€iduating merit-roll are not less tham 
tio per cent, of the maximum, read ** passed with distinction ;" those whose final wuwks are 
between 74 per cent, and ^5 per cent, of the maieimum read ** passed with credit;*^ and thoae 
whose final marks are between 6"^^ per cent, and 74 percent, of the maximum, read ** passed,^ 

P, denotes physically disqualified for the naval service. 

t, denotes found deficient, allowed a re'cxamination, and continued with class, 

\i, found defioient,altoieed a re examination, again defieient,and reoommended tobedropped^ 

^, found deficient, and recommended to be dropped. 

a, denotes absence from examination. 

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43 



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45.60 


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45.36 


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43.02 


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George B. Karrell .... 


4188 


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10.38 


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126.71 


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Snmner B. Kittello .... 


35.76 


17.82 


21.90 


20.64 


22.14 


6.94 


135.20 


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William V. Pratt .... 


4L52 


18.06 


20.82 


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38.04 


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Lonia HcC. Nolton .... 


87.56 


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122.80 


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Lewis C. Lacas 


37.56 


16.02 


20.16 


19.26 


21.48 


5.31 


120.69 


12 


George W. Danforth 


86.72 


19.56 


20.22 


18.06 


18.00 


6.60 


120.05 


18 


William D. MaoI>oaga]l . 


82.52 


18.24 


19.(12 


20.46 


21.90 


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Bertram S. Neumann 


35.40 


17.76 


18.24 


1&80 


21.90 


6.73 


116.85 


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85 76 


17.52 


17.40 


18.18 


19. 9J 


6.72 


116.50 


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Edward R. Lowndes 


39.36 


17.68 


17.28 


16.72 


21.06 


0.83 


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Louis A. Kaiser 


38.52 


16.60 


18. .30 


17.88 


18.18 


4.45 


113.83 


18 


Wmiam C.Cole .... 


87.82 


17.94 


20.28 


17.52 


16. 62 


3.58 


113.26 


19 


Thomas P. Hagmder .... 


86.84 


1&12 


19.20 


18.72 


18.48 


L73 


113.09 


20 


John B. Pattoil .... 


89.12 


17.04 


16. 32 


17.04 


19.98 


2.80 


112.40 


21 


Warren J. Terhnne .... 


88.76 


19.92 


20.88 


16.60 


15.24 


0.45 


1U.81 


32 


Colly F. Thomas .... 


33.24 


16.38 


19l74 


19.20 


16.86 


5.98 


111.40 


23 


Ben H. Fuller 


83.96 


16.32 


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17.82 


20.88 


2.66 


109.72 


34 


Louis B. de Stelgner 


36.12 


15.42 


1&66 


16.92 


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100.71 


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Thomas S. Webb .... 


80.84 


15.96 


20.28 


16.80 


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109.28 


26 


George G. Mitchell .... 


83.96 


16.20 


15.72 


17.94 


19.98 5.41 


109.31 


97 


Bdward Gaines 


35.28 


15.96 


18.00 


16.68 


17. 64 5. 38 


108.94 


28 


George B. Bradshaw 


87.68 


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18.06 


18.18 


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108.91 


20 


George W. Kirk 


83.48 


15.84 


18.00 


16.60 


18.90 5.25 


108.87 


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George H. Mendell, Jr . . . 


82.04 


15.90 


19.08 


20.04 


15.84 4.90 


107.80 


31 


Charles A. Brand .... 


83.06 


15.42 


18.24 


1&30 


18.48 3.33 


107.73 


32 


Bobert MoM. Dutton . 


3L92 


16.44 


19 02 


16.66 


20.64 


3.07 


107.66 


33 


William W. Phelps .... 


83.36 


17.16 


17.22 


16.62 


20.40 


2.14 


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George L. Fermier .... 


32.64 


15.42 


16.02 


15.96 


20.34 


6.40 


106.78 


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Philip WiUiams 


35.76 


17.58 


18.84 


17.94 


15.66 


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Henry L. Woodward 


81.44 


15.90 


21.18 


17.22 


16.30 


3.65 


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Bobert E. Carney .... 


81.08 


17.52 


17.40 


18.42 


17.04. 


2.66 


104.02 


38 


William H. Seymour 


83.06 


16.68 


16.44 


17.04 


16.12 


4.29 


103.53 


30 


Frederick K. Lewis .... 


81.56 


15.06 


17.76 


17.58 


15.78 


4.42 


102.16 


40 


Louis L. Driggs .... 


30.12 


16.78 


19.44 


16.60 


17.88 


2.05 


10L77 


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JuUps Prochaska .... 


31.08 


16.14 


16.32 


16.50 


1&44 


1.60 


98.08 


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80.36 


14.04 


17.28 


16.74 


17.88 


5.41 


101.71 


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2&44 


1494 


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49 



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90.19 
99. 49 
99 19 
99.99 

29L99 



94 

1494 
15194 
14.99 
19.49 
19.99 
14.94 
1&9D 



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•4 


94 


19.94 


15.49 


1&99 


1&60 


19.99 


15.99 


17.49 


I&90 


15.49 


15.99 


1&09 


15.48 


1&99 


15.1(4 



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I 

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94 



1 



9 I 199 



19.99 


&14 


199.94 


1&99 


4.09 


100.99 


15.99 


5.19 


97.79 


15.19 


4.09 


97.99 


15.99 


&99 


99.99 


19.92 


5.94 


99.99 


17.70 


1194 


95.69 



FOUBTH CLASS. 



45 



Mention of the naval eadet$ of the fourth 6la$9 at th€ annual examinationy Junt;, 1887. 



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94 


34 


94 


4 


76 


*1 


Thomaft F. Snhfli 


2L86 


28.94 


22.38 


3.57 


7L25 


*2 


Lawrence 8p€«r 


21.80 


28.22 


20.58 


8.13 


68.88 


•8 


Noali T. Coleaaa 


20.82 


22.86 


19.98 


2.60 


66.26 


*4 


JehnT.ChMO 


18.18 


28.16 


21.24 


8.60 


66.17 


*4 


eeorgeW.WlllUuM 


10.98 


23.46 


21.34 


1.39 


66.17 


•« 


€lelaii4Dafto 


20.16 


20.64 


21.06 


3.01 


64.87 


7 


Fraok H. Sohofleld 


20.52 


20.52 


19.62 


3.85 


64.01 


8 


WilllMD H. Book 


20.70 


19.62 


20.34 


3.63 


64.89 


9 


lAwreDce H. Moses 


10.02 


21.60 


22.38 


0.87 


64.27 


10 


Henry J. Zlegemeler 


18.80 


19.92 


20.88 


3.96 


63.06 


11 


Edward B. I^ing 


19.32 


20.82 


19.68 


2.80 


62.62 


12 


Cbarles T. Yogelgesaug 


20.04 


18.18 


20.64 


3.63 


62.88 


18 


Houtgomery M. Taylor 


ro.so 


18.06 


21.36 


2.44 


62.26 


14 


Thomas C. Treadwell 


19.20 


19.80 


19.92 


2.06 


61.88 


15 


Matt H. Signor 


16.74 


24.06 


18.66 


2.85 


61.81 


16 


John H. filankensfaip 


19.80 


18.18 


19.92 


8.83 


61.78' 


17 


Claude Bailey 


17.68 


19.80 


20.94 


8.35 


6L67 


18 


Chester B. White 


19.20 


iao6 


19.98 


3.40 


. 60.64 


19 


George F. Gibbs 


17.88 


16.88 


22.92 


3.44 


60.68 


20 


Franklin S. BWng 


18.18 


17.94 


20.64 


3.59 


60.35 


21 


WiUiam A. Moffett 


19.26 


16.20 


20.94 


8.65 


60.00 


22 


William A. Snow 


19.20 


16.74 


19.38 


8.87 


50.19 


28 


Henry W. Kano 


19.14 


17.70 


18.36 


8.76 


58.96 


24 


Alonxo Gartley 


18.84 


20.16 


16.62 


8.08 


68.70 


25 


Albertos W. CatUn .... 


17.88 


19.08 


18.66 


2.91 


58.53 


28 


John H. Dayton 


20. '28 


17.16 


18.06 


2.81 


58.81 


27 


Charles B. McVay 


16.68 


18.66 


19.26 


8.69 


58.29 


28 


Charles V. Battler 


19.44 


17.82 


17.70 


3.U 


58.07 


29 


Wendell C. Neville 


17.04 


18.24 


19.38 


3.85 


5&01 


30 


John L. Sonle 


17.94 


19.68 


16.62 


3.85 


67.60 


81 


Lay H. Ererhart 


16.26 


20.82 


17.94 


2.82 


57.84 


82 


Henry S. Bitter 


17.94 


18.24 


17.28 


8.65 


57.11 


83 




18.00 


16.86 


18.80 


3.76 


66.92 


84 


Frederick L. Baton 


18.42 


17.70 


18.84 


1.98 


56.84 


35 


Urban T. Holmes 


18.18 


17.82 


18.48 


2.85 


56.83 


86 


JohnB.Bdie 


16.84 


15.96 


21.72 


2.97 


56.49 


87 


William T. Sannders 


16.74 


18.24 


17,22 


8.65 


66.85 


38 


Lncios A. Bostwick 


18.84 


17.10 


16.26 


8.60 


55.80 


89 


Franklin B. Sallivan 


17.64 


17.68 


17.78 


2.67 


55.65 


40 


John P. J. Byan 


17.94 


16.56 


18.00 


3.11 


55.61 


41 


Eogene D.Ryan ... ... 


16.14 


16.84 


19.98 


8.60 


55.56 


42 


WiUiam Y. Perry 


17.40 


15.86 


19.38 


8.15 


55.29 


48 


Cyms 8. Badford 


17.04 


17.10 


17.22 


8.30 


54.76 


44 


Doctor E. Dismakes 


17.88 


16.68 


16.80 


3.04 


64. ia 


45 


Frank H. Koohersperger 


17.28 


16.86 


16.60 


8.31 


f 


46 


JohnW. Dinges 


17.70 


16.02 


16.86 


8.28 




47 


Charles 0. Bond 


17.40 


15.96 


16.86 


3.51 




48 


Frank T.Oketl 


17.94 


15.00 


16.50 


3.23 





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Frank Holland . 
Knrio H. MeDonald . 
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Oeorgr C;. Ward . 
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15.43 

10.80 

15.80 

15.42 

10.90 

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3.10 
2.03 
2.00 
S.2S 
L27 
2.08 
8.11 
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52.02 
6L73 
51.53 
51.32 
50.50 
50.60 
40.07 
48.71 
48.03 



dTaniadbaok. 



REGULATIONS 

OOVERXINO 



THE ADMISSION OF CANDIDATES INTO THE NAVAL ACADEMY 

AS NAVAL CADETS. 



NOMINATION. 



I. The stndeuts at the Nnval Academy shall be styled Kaval CadeU. — {Rev. Stai.^ 
\ 1512, and €tci of CongresB approved August 5, 1882.) 

II. There shall be allowed at said Academy one Naval Cadet for every Member or 
Delegate of the Hoase of Represeotatives, one for the District of Colambia, and ten 
at large. — {Rev.Stat, $ 1513, and act of Congrtst approved June 17, 1878.) 

III. The course of Naval Cadets is six y^ars.— (i^^v. Stat,, $ 1520.) 

ly. A{>pointments to fill all vacancies that may occar during a year in the lower 
grades of the Line and Engineer Corps of the Navy and of the Marine Corps will be 
made from the Naval Cade to, gradaates of the year, at the conclnsion of their six years' 
coarse, in the order of merit as determined by the Academic Board of the Naval Acad- 
emy. At leaet ten appointments from such gradnates will be made each year. Snr- 
pins gradnates who do not receive such appointments will be given a certificate of 
gradnation, an honorable discharge, and one year's sea pay, as provided for Naval 
Cadets. — {Act of Congreee approved August b, 1882.) 

y. '* The Secretary of the Navy shall, as soon after the fifth of March in each year 
as }>08sibley notify, in writing, each Member and Delegate of the House of Representa- 
tives of any vacancy that may exist in his district. The nomination of a candidate 
to fill said vacancy shall be made upon the recommendation of the Memlter or Dele- 
gate, if such recommendation is made by the first day of July of that year ; but, if it 
is not made by that time, the Secretary of the Navy shall fill the vacancy. The can- 
didate allowed for the District of Columbia and all the candidates appointed at large 
aball be selected by the President.''— (1^00. Stat.f $ 1514.) 

yi. "Candidates allowed » for Congressional districts, for Territories, and for the 
District f Columbia must be actual residents of the districts or Territories, respect- 
ively, from which they are nominated. And all caniidates must, at the time of their ex* 
aminationfor admissUmf be l^etween ike ages of fourteen and eighteen years j andphgsieallf 
Bound, well-formed, andofrolmst constitution,*^— (Rev, Stat., $ 1517.) 

yil. Candidates who may be nominated in time to enable them to reach the Acad- 
emy by the fifteenth of May will receive permission to present themselves on that date 
to the Superintendent for examination for admission. Those who may not be nom- 
inated in time to present themselves at the May examination will be examined on the 
first of September following. 

When either of the above dates shall fall on Sunday the candidates shall present 
themselves on the Monday following. 

Candidates will be required to enter the Academy immediately after passing the 
prescribed examinations. 

No leaiee of absence will be granted to Cadets of the fourth class. 



48 ADMISSION OF CANDIDATES. 

ADMISSION OP CANDIDATES. 

XXAMINATION. 

VIIL '*All emtididmU$ f^r QdwU$»i9m imio th$ Jeo^my $kM heexmmiMd aceordimg to ivaft 
iffvlaMMt mmd •i Mtaft tiaUA Hmm m ikt SoortUarff of Iho Nonff aiajr frooorlho. Cmm^iimMm 
r^feelod «l mM 099miiuMan tkM not AaM tko prMUgo ofamotker animiMiMofi for mdmUo t » m 
ioikoHmoeiai$fuUo$9roeommemdodbgthoBoardofExmmiimor$.**--{Bov, SiaU, 4 1515.) 

IX. '* Wben any eandiiUto who hM bean nomioated upon the reoommeodation of 
a M<>mb6r or Delegate of the Hoase of HeprMentativet in fonnd, npon examination, to 
be physically or mentally diaqnalifled for admiaeion, the Member or Delegate shall be 
notified to recommend another candidate, who shall be examined according to the 
prorisions of the preceding section.'' — (Boo, Stmt, i 1516.) 

X. Candidates will be examined physically by a board oomposed of three medical 
offlcers of the Nary. Any one of the following conditions will be sufficient to canae 
the rejection of a candidate ; tIs., 

Feeble constitotion, inherited or acquired ; 

Retarded derelopment ; 

Impaired general health ; 

Decided cachexia, diathesisy or predisposition ; 

Any disease, deformity, or result of injury that would impair efficiency; such aa^ 

Weak or disordered intellect ; 

Cutaneous or communicable disease ; 

rnnatnral curvature of spine, torticollis, or other deformity ; 

Inefficiency of either of the extremities or large articulations ftom any cause ; 

Epilepsy or other conTulsiont within five years ; 

Impaired rision, disease of the organs of Tision, imperfect color sense ; 

Impaired hearing or disease of the ear; 

Chronic nasal catarrh, oc»na, polypi, or great enlargement of the tonsils ; 

Impediment of speech to such an extent as to impair efficiency in the performance 
of doty ; 

Disease of heart or lungs or decided indications of liability to cardiac or pulmonary 
sITt^ctions ; 

Hernia or undescended testis ; 

Vmricocelr, sareocelCy hydrocele, stricture, fistula, hemorrhoids, or varicose veiim 
of low er limbs ; 

Diarsse of the genito-urinary organs; 

(*bninir ulcers, ingrowing nails, large bunions or other deformity of feet. 

Attention will also be paid to the stature of the candidate, and no one wuio\fotil0 
under viie for hb age will be received at the Academy. In the case of doubt about 
the physirel condition of the candidate, any marked deviation from the usual stand- 
ard of height or weight will add materially to the consideration for rejection. Five 
feet will be the minimum heighl«for the candidate. 

XI. Candidates will be examined mentally by the Academic Board in reading, 
writing, spelling, arithmetic, geography, Eoglbb grammar, United States history, 
and algebra. Deficiency in any one of these subjects will be sufficient to insure the 
rejert ion of a candidate. 

onrSRAI. CRAEACTVIt OW THS BXAMIXATIOX. 

RKADur<i ASTD WRtTiKO —Candidates must be able to read undentandlngly, and 
with proper aceent and emphasis, asd to write legibly, neatly, and rapidly. 

Sntixixo.— They must be able to write, ftom dictation, paragraphs from standard 
pieces of English If leratnrs, both prose and poetry, sufficleol in number to lost Mly 
their qualifications In this branch. The spelling throughout the examination will be 

msideivd in marking the papers. 



ADMISSION OF CANDIDATES. 49 

Arithmktic. — ^The candidate will be required — 

To express in figares any whole, decimal, or mixed number ; to write in words any 
given number ; to perform with facility aud accuracy the various operations of addi- 
tion, subtraction, multiplication, and division of whole numbers whether abstract or 
compound, and to use with facility the tables of money, weight, and measures in 
common use, including English money. 

To reduce compound numbers from one denomination to another, and to express 
them as decimals;^ or fractions of a higher or lower denomination ; to state the num- 
ber of cubic inches in a gallon and the relation between the Troy and Avoirdupois 
pounds and to reduce differences of time to differences of longitude and vice fferta. 

To define prime and composite numbers ; to give the tests of divisibility by 3, 5, 7, 
9, 11, 25, and 125 ; to resolve numbers into their prime factors, and to find the least 
common multiple and the greatest common divisor of large as well as of small num- 
bers. 

To be familiar with all the processes of common and decimal fractions, and to give 
clearly the reasons for such processes, and to be able to use the contracted methods of 
multiplication and division given in the ordinary text-books on Arithmetic. 

To define ratio and proportion, and to solve problems in simple and compound pro- 
portion. 

To solve problems involving the measurement of rectangular surfaces aud of solids, 
to find the square and cube roots of numbers, and to solve simple problems under 
percentage, interest, and discount. 

The candidates are required to possess such a thorough understanding of all the 
fundamental operations of Arithmetic as will enable them to apply the various prin. 
ci pies to the solution of any complex problem which can be solved by the methods of 
Arithmetic ; in other words, they must possess such a complete knowledge of Arith- 
metic as will enable them to proceed at once to the higher branches of Mathematics 
without further study of Arithmetic. 

Algebra. — The examination in Algebra will be elementary in character, and will 
be limited to questions and problems upon the fundamental rules, factoring, algebraic 
fractions, and simple equations of one or more unknown quantities. 

Qrahmar. — In English Orammar candidates must exhibit a familiarity with all 
the parts of speech and the rules in relation thereto ; must be able to parse any or- 
dinary sentence given to them, and generally must understand those portions of the 
subject usually taught and comprehended under the heads of Orthography, Etymol- 
ogy, and Syntax. 

The questions will usually be arranged in three divisions. The first division will 
contain questions somewhat like these : 

Explain the uses of the objective case. What verbs have distinctiou of voice? 
Oive the possessive plural of sea, vAlleyf ha$iSf stratum, bandit. 

The second division will contain one or more sentences to be parsed ; e, g., 

*' They fv^e always a strange family; they rarely aeted like other people; their hearts 
foere in the right place, but their heads always seemed to be doing anyihing but what they 
oujfht." Such a sentence must be ^Aned fully, giving the part of speech, and kind, 
case, voice, mood, tense, number, person, degree of comparison, etc., as the case may 
be, of each word, and its relation to the other words, thus : 

Strange is a descriptive adjective, positive degree. It qualifies the noun family. 

Comparative, stranger. 
Superlative, strangest 

Acted, an intransitive verb, regular (or weak) in conjugation, indicative mood, past 
tense, third person, plural number. Its subject is they. 

The third division will contain a number of incorrect sentences to be corrected, 
thus : 

1. Describe the sources from which our knowledge of these events are derived, 8. J 
sweetly their voices sound ! 3. Try and do as you was told! A, I should have liked t 
8675 NB 4 



50 ADMISSION OF CANDIDATES. 

been iherf and Mm it, 5. There'i a aweet lUtJe cherubim »iU up aloft to keep watch for iko 
life of poor Jack ! 

Among tbfM^ correct (tentences will M>inetiiiie« be iiitro<luced to test more thorouirhly 
the knowledge of the cAndidate. 

Since the flcht>ol grmmmarn tined in dlflforent parte of the country vary among them- 
selvee in their treatmt*nt of certain worcU, an aniiwt*r approved by any grammar of 
good n^pute will be accepted. 

Gkoorapht. — Cand ilia tea will be required to paM a satiNfactory examination, 
written or oral, or b«>th, in deecriptive geography, particularly of oar own country. 
QueetionswiU be given under the following bcadfl : The definition of latitude and 
longitude; theEtmee; the grand diviflionn of the land and water; the character of 
eoaat-linee ; the direction and ]KNiition of important roountain-chaina and the local* 
ity of the higher i>raks; the |M>Hitinn and counte of the principal rivers, their tribu- 
taries, and the Inidies of water into which they empty ; the position of important 
seas, bays, gulfs, and arms of the sea; the poAition of indepondcnt states, their 
boundaries and capital cities ; the pniiition and direction of great peninsulas and the 
situation of imiKirtant and prominent cap<*s, Ht raits, sounds, channels, and the mont 
Important canals ; grpnt lakes and inland neas; |>osition and political connection of 
important iidandsand colonial |)o«ses.Mouii ; locality of cititvi of historical, political, 
or commercial importance (attention is esp4*ci ally called to the rivers and bodies of 
watrr on which cities are Hituated) ; the courtH^ of a vesmd in making a Toyaga be* 
twet^n well known sea*porta. 

The candidate*s knowledge of the geography of the Vnited States CAn not be too fall 
or specific on all the pointa referred to above. Accurate knowledge will also be re- 
quire«l of the position of tbt* country with n«ference to other states, and with refer- 
ence to latitude and longitude ; of the boundarieH and relative position of the States 
and Territoriea, and of the name and |»osition of their capitals, and of other im|>ortant 
cities and townn. 

II lAToRT.— Candidates should be familiar with so much of the history of the United 
States as ia contained in the onliuary m*hool historit^s. 

The examination will lie either written or oral, or both, and (|uestions of the same 
general character aa the following will be given : 

t. Name the earliest European M»ttlemeuta within the prenent limitsof the Unit4Ml 
States, and fix their position. When and by whom were th«HK« M^tlemeiits made f 

% Explain the three forms of government in the colon ic*( : royul, proprietary, and 
charter. Name the colouies that originally extst«Ml withtu the prt*«M*nt limits of Mai- 
sarhttsetta ; of Conoecticut. When were thost* colonit^i united t What did the colony 
of Penuft> Ivania include t When was It divided 1 

3. (%tste the leailing event* of the colonial wan, and give the re*(ulti« of each war. 

4. What were the muote and imme<l late cauiM'a of the Kevolution f Kxplaiu the 
navigation acta, the iitamp art, wrlin of aMii«iianeo« Name the principal bnttloH ami 
other leailtng events in the wars of the Tnited States, (C>ving the uamen of command* 
ing offlcen and Mtating the re^iult* of the battle*. 

5. Give an account of the formation and adoption of the ConntitiitinD. 

0. (live the name« (»f the |*n*nideut*, in order, and the leadiug event'^ in each ad- 
ministration. 

Al>MlHHlON. 

XII. Csndtdate« that pann the ph>«iral and mental oxstuinatioim will n^celve np- 
p<iiiituietit*»« Naval CadetA, and lM*r<>tne iiamaU*^ «if the Academy. K.ich Cudet will 
l»e r«s|nirf4l to nt^n artirlea by wliieh he IiuhU him«etf to ii4>rve in the I'nitetl St.ite^ 
Nav> eit:ht 3rar« ; including his tiiu«* of ]>riibatiiiu at tli<« Naval .Vradeiiiyi, unlt'Xfc^ 
•(Miner di«('bari;e«|. The pay of a Na>al fadet 14 fo^iU a vrar, ciHtiMimcing at the dutr 
of hu admtM>nn 



ADMISSION OP CANDIDATES. 



51 



XIIT.. Cadets immediately after their adraismon will snpply themselves with the fol- 
lowing articles; viz., 

One pair gymnasium slippers . $0.85 

Three woolen shirts . . . 5.40 

.*Six pairs of drawers . . 4.50 

•Twelve white handkerchiefs . 3. 00 

*Eight towels 2. 00 

Two pairs of drill gloves . . 1.00 

Three pairs of white thread gloves . 81 

•One pair of snspenders . . .36 

Two black silk neck*ties . . .74 

Two clothes-bags 50 

One hair mattress ... 5. 20 

One straw mattress . , . 1. 32 

Two pairs of high shoes . . 11. 50 

One pair of overshoes . . . 1. 33 

•Eight white shirts ... 8. 00 

•Four night-shirts . . . 2. 60 

•Six undershirts ... 4. 50 

Twelve linen collars . . . 1. 50 

Eight pairs of cuffs . . . 2. 00 

Six pillow-cases . . , . 1. 50 

•One tooth-brush ... ,23 

One looking-glass , . . .95 

One slop-Jar .... 1. 25 

One broom .27 

Two spatter-cloths ... 1. 00 

Onejackknife . . . . .53 

•Stationery .... .38 

*Thrend and needles . • . .19 

•Shaving outfit ... 1.25 

Total 173.47 

The articles marked •, not being required to conform to a standard pattern, may be 
brought by the Cadet from homo, but. all other articles must conform to the regula- 
tions, and must, therefore, be supplied by the store-keeper. 

Each Naval Cadet must, on admission, deposit with the Pay Officer the sum of f>20, 
fbr which he will be credited on the books of that officer, to be expended, by direction 
of the Superintendent, in the purchase of text-books and other authorized articles 
besides those enumerated in the preceding article. 

All the deposits for clothing and the entrance deposit of $20 must be made before a 
candidate can be received into the Academy. 



One parade suit . 


. $31.80 


One undress suit 


21.25 


Two working suits 


2.10 


One overcoat .... 


23. 50 


One rubber coat 


3.15 


One pair of robber leggins 


.80 


Two pairs of white duck leggins 


1.12 


One rubber hat • 


.53 


One parade cap 


2.55 


One undress cap . 


.67 


•One whisk .... 


.16 


•One coarse comb 


.12 


•One fine comb 


.30 


One mng .... 


.10 


•One cake of soap . 


.10 


One soap-box . . . . 


.62 


One requisition-book 


.42 


One laundry-book 


.34 


•Twelve pairs of socks . 


3.00 


One white cap . . . . 


1.50 


•One hair-brush 


.69 


One hair pillow . . . . 


.-0 


One pair of blankets 


3.75 


Two bedspreads . . . . 


2.30 


Six sheets ..... 


3. 42 


One pass-book . . . . 


.40 


One stencil, ink, and brush . 


.44 


One bottle of indelible ink . 


.18 


One rug 


1.20 


Hammock clews . . . . 


.40 


Bathing trunks 


.25 


One wash-basin and pitcher 


.85 



SUMMARY OF EXPENSES. 

Deposit for clothing |173. 47 

Deposit for books, etc 20. 00 

Total deposit required 193. 47 

The value of clothing brought from home is to be deducted from this amount. 
Each Naval Cadet, one month after admission j will be credited with the amount of 

his actual expenses in traveling from his home to the Academy. 
XIV. A Naval Cadet who voluntarily resigns his appointment within a year of 

time of his admission to the Academy will be required to refund the amount paid 

for traveling expenses. 



COURSE OF INSTRUCTION. 



iRefemio* boolu are nwrked (*).] 
FIRST TEAR^rOURTH CLASS. 

wmrr rmtOL 



IK pMlmeDt. 



Jf«lA#M«ri<r«. 






I « 

III 



i 



e 

: 6 

■ 

I >Q 



HoliJrctd. 



AvawBUA : FuadMnciiUl opentions ; radnc* 
tloB and eoareralon of frMtloaal tad Mird 
qtuatlllMi redoetloD and Mlotloo «f wpu- 
tliNWof tb6flratuidM<«iid d«Ki««at laa> 
qoAlltlM ; iBTolntloa tad erolotiim. 

Obohctbt : Oeonelry of tho atfrniitht Une. 
of tbo circle, and of the ptaae ; tbeorx of 
pffoportloB; proportloo of atmlUir flfurao. 



Toxt-tiooko. 



TodhQaU»r*f Hlxbor 
AlgoVn. 



Cbaavonvta 
try. 



C8mmo«>> 






if<««l#ni iMH^mmjM. 



BsouoR : Tbe at met ore and hUtorleal do* 
tokvpoMAt of tb* Krf||IUh laaguago ; ayv- 
tax ; asal rait of Mtitrocoe -, pnaetaatloo 
and caplUla : oxerriaaa la tbe cot p o a ttioB 
of Wttof*. 

BttTOKT: Oatllaoa of blotory. espoelatly 
tb« bUtofy of OfMoo and Roao, and of 
tbo olaloo of woa f ra Bmopo ; bUtorieal 
foognpby ; laporiaBt potsta la aaval bla- 
lory, by aotm or loctoroa. 



TwMMCU . Tbo Robertaottlaa sjatam i 
lAf aad tranalatloc *' La CooacHt ; " 
JogatloD of Torb*. 



Wbltuay** KiaontlAU 

of BoglUb Oranviar. 
Ilart'a PaafioatloB. 
Wobator'a Diet Ion- 

ary.* 
Swialoa'a OatJIiMa of 

tbo World's HUtory. 
Labbortoo'd Hlatorlral 

AtbM.* 



RoberCaoD'a W b o 1 «» 
Frniob LaBguage. 

Lc Coaaorit do Ult. 

Drllowa** PockrI I)i< 
tlttoarv.* 



:u 



COURSE OF INSTRUCTION. 



53 



FIRST TBAR— TOUBTH CLASS-^Gontiiiaed. 



8KCOXD TIBM. 



D«pMtlDeilt. 



Maik§matict- 



i 

i 



I 



6« 



a 

O 

I 



Sabjecto. 



Algsbra : Coarse for first term continved. 

Developmeiit of slgebrsic fEUiotions by 
means of iDdetermtnmte co^fBcients and 
the binomUl theorem ; pennntations and 
oombinatkms ; summation of series ; con- 
tinned fhMtions; logarithms { exponen- 
tial equations ; theory of eqnations, inoIud> 
ing the solotion of namerical equatlona. 

GiOMETBT: Course for first term continued. 

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



XnpUgh Studistf 
MitUnyt otitf Lav, 



8 



Enqlibh : Rhetoric and composition ; choice 
and use of words ; kinds of composition ; 
narration and description ; argnmentatiTe 
composition ; exercises in the composition 
of letters and telegrams. Themes. 

HlsTOBT : Progress of colonial development 
In America, and the hL«tory of the United 
States ; important points in the naval his- 
tory of the United States by notes or lect- 
ures. 



Text-books. 



Todhnnier'B Higher 
Algebra. 

Bowditcb's Useful Ta- 
bles. 



ChauTenet's Geome. 
try. 



A. S. Hill's Rhetoric. 



Xllot's History of the 

United Stotee. 
Mitchell's Atias.* 



Mod0m Languaget. 



\H 



3 
2 



Frbkch: Course of first term continued. 
Friday evenings and Saturday mornings 

devoted to exercises in dictation, and to 

practice in speaking lYenoh. 

SpahuR: The Robertsonian system. [Given 

as an advanced oonrse.] 
GiRMAN: Meisterschaft system. Reading 

and translating German writings. [Given 

as an advanced course. 1 



Robertson's Whole 
French Language. 

Le Conscrit de 1818. 

Bellows's Pocket Dic- 
tionary.* 

Robertson's Spanish 
Course. 

The Meisterschaft sys- 
tem. 

Otto-Joynes Inttoduo- 
toiy Reader. 

Tauchnlta Pocket Dic- 
tionary.* 



t Saturday morning period. 



54 



COURSE OP INSTRUCTION. 



UCOKD TEAR-.THIRD CLASS. 

niMT TBBH. 



Drpftriment. 



if«lA#M«(lM. 






8 

7i 



St 



B 9 
sB 

'A 



BnYt^tctB. 



Textbook*. 






I 



S 



it-df*n Lm^ytitt^f*, 



3 
1 • 

3 
4 






s 

4 



DB«rttii*TivK(*BOMBrET: Orthoin«pbIe pfo- 
jMllons: rvprrM^nUtion of poInU, liaM. 
and pUq«*» ; pruhlemi rrl«tlnK to the right 
line and the pUne; rrpreaoiitAtioBa of 
snrfaccM of the m»codiI onler. 

TBiao^OMKTKY: MfMorrs of urea aod an* 
gl««; tiijconoinrtrlo fnocUoDs; aiuUytlca) 
lnvr«tl((«tion of trigonomotrio fonnnbui, 
with Uirlr iippUratioii to all tho caaea of 
plaDO aod apbcrlcal trlanglaa t eon»trtiotl«m 
and ttne of tiigonometric tAbl««: Isteraa 
trigoiioinctitr fuDrtloRA; I>e MoWre't the* 
or«ni : atilulluii of trigonoioetiio rqaatlooa : 
prartlral appllcatloD* of trigoQotnrtry to 
thr wtlutioo of plan« and •pbrrlcal trian- 
gira, the a»lroDoiiilral trlaiiiclo. and the 
meaAaremonta of brtghu and diatancaa. 

Kxtttjaii: Ciaa»lt)ratJonor«ordti di>flnitJon 
of worda by OMgo and by drrlvatlon ; tjn- 
onyms; lawa of rhangr in tbi^ moaning of 
woida ; fanltJi in dlctlou ami tbolr rrmcdlea ; 
Mlrrtlon and arrangemrnt { alrnirntary 
print'lplra of rraaonlngt piinclplea of von- 
po«Uiou ; exrrrlM*a In the romiKMitlon of 
olllcial dta|ialcbea, )altar«.and trlcgrama. 
Tbrmea. 

lltrruBT: Cootempoiary blAtory, Indndlng 
thr com para tiro Ntudy of goTommonta, 
UwtltuUona, and poUiical geography. 

Law-. Con«tltotlon of the Tnltrd Sutra. 



Cburch'a Deaoiiptlva 
Qeometry. 



Chaarrntt't Trigo. 
nomrtryt Todhnnt' 
er'N Trigonomatry. 

Bo wdltcb'tUtrfbl Ta- 
hiti. 



Pbb9I(II- Reading aod traii«lallng Ftancb 
ruoirdy. «riit«*n tnin»Ulion« from Rn> 
glisb into Prrnrb. Tbrmca. 



Sfft^taii The Kobettatinlan •\»t«>nf nautical 
tarmaand phra»r«. and r« nv« r««ltunB tbt re. 
oh. rrailiiig and tiA0«Lttluj; i ttiaru fnmi 
oitMlein author*, wntiog cri.lt.al ihaniea. 
|tti\rn ■• ail adv«n< r^l rourae.) 

Okuma^ <*«tDtl»tiat)<'0 of fourth rlaM 
cinir** nmitttal tinu* wrttin,; orl;;irul 
them* «. I ( « It t n a« an ad % aiir*^ roonM*. ) 



Ur< HA^p'At. Dakwtvt. Thr ii*eof inktrn 
mrutii ronairui tiMn of •raltf>« notAtlr*n 
and avuititd* iiMil In merbiiilral dr«w- 
lOfe* . ct»i.«tru< tion of rvrtillnear ai*d 
curtnl ft^nr«>» lo m«1«« drm«lii«; aei turn 
llii#a t»r<«Uig eii*n'l>na to di'M-npUre 
Cectfpdr}!. lorlmliDg tlin pr«<)« i tl«tn« of 
liitt««n4 plaoe*. tbi« ri.oMnii tWin of gao 
Mvlrvral ••«1''U. and tho prujrrtkma anti 
•e<*ii««a« of ftorlAtw an«l ai-tUlA. 



Abbott and 8««ley'ii 
Kngliab Leaaona for 
KuglUhreoplet Ab- 
bot t*a How to Wrlta 
Clearly. 
AyrM'a(>rtho«plat.* 
Ayroa'a VcrbalUt* 



Tbo Rrhool Herald. 
Martin'a Sutctman'a 

Year Book. 
MltcheU't Athu.* 
Attdrewa'a Manoal ot 

tbeConatUntlon. 

Bdcber'a Scriea of 

Kroncb Playa 
Robertaon'a WboU 

French Ijingnaga.* 
B« Dow »*ii Diet kmarr * 
Robert Min'a Spaniah 

('(•fiine. 
Kn«pp*ii KpanUh 

Reaillngn. 

Mt*l«ter*chan tyKtem 
Otlo-Jn\ no* Inirodur 

tory Iteatit r. 
Tanrhniu PcMrketlMc 

1 lonan . * 

Tooiktn'a Machine 
Cunatruction aod 
Drawing * 



COURSE OF IN8TRITCTION. 



55 



SECOND YEAR— THIRD CLASS— Continoed. 



BECOKD TERM. 



Department. 



05 

o 



9i^ Is 

S5 I 7* 



Salijects. 



Tezt-books. 



Phyne$ and Ohtm- 
igtry. 



A > 



PBT8IC8: Force mnd motion: fcraritfttion Daniel's Pbyeica. 

and molecular attraction; bydroatatica ; 

pnenniatica. 
Chvmistbt : Aim and scope of ohemiatry ; ' Bemsen's Orsanio and 



JfoUUmafiet. 



Madtm Languages. 



Mechanical J>ravf- 
ing. 



Ui 



the atmosphere ; oxyjcra. nitrajEeu, water, 
and hydrogen; nitric and ohlorhydrio 
acids; acids, bases, and salts; the chlorine 
group; sulphur and phosphorus, and 
their compounds; Laws of Avogadro, 
Charles, and Mariotte ; formulae ; basic- 
ity; notation and nom«*ncIatiire; arsenic, 
antimony, and bismuth; combustion ; 
carbon and its compounds ; boron and sil- 
icon; tbealluili group; the calcium group; 
magnesium and sine; the sesqnioxide 
group; copper, mercary, and tin; gold 
and plntinnm; atomic weights. Practi- 
cal work in the chemical laboratory. Lec- 
tures. 



Inorganic Chemistry. 
Lecture notes. 



Church's Desoriptive 
Geometry. 



Dkscriftitb Okomrtry: Course for first 
term continued. 'Warped surfaces, and 
surfaces of rerolution; development of 
single-curved surfaces; intersection of 
snrfacea; tanspnt linos and planes; pro- 
jections of the sphere ; axometrio pr<^eo- 
tions ; shades and shadows. 

AlfALTTiCAL Okouktbt : Eqnatlons of the C. Smith's Conic Sec- 



straight line and of the conic sections ; 
transformation of oo*ordinates; proper- 
ties of the conic sections ; equal ions 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 aecond order: the principal proper- 
ties of surfaces of the second order ; dis- 
cussion of the general equation of the aec- 
ond de»iree in three variables. 



tions; Aldis'i Solid 
Geometry. 



Fkknch : Oral recitations in French, upon 
the c<»nstrnction and theory of the lan- 
guage. Themea. 



Mkchaxical DnAWijso: Representation of 
obj(>cts by projections; drawing the pro- 
Jt'ctions of models to scale; oblique projec- 
tions : inonietrical drawing ; perspective ; 
drawing screws, bolts, nots, gearing, and 
details of gun-carriages, machinery, and 
engines. Drawing exercises in descriptive 
geometry, including the intersections of 
surfaces, development of single curved 
surfaces, and problems on the surfacea of 
revolution. 



Sanveur's Grammaire 
Franoaise poor les 
Anglaia. Bellows's 
Dictionary. * 

Tomkin's Machine 
Construction and 
Drawing.* 



t Saturday morning period. 



56 



C0UB8E OF INSTRUCTIOS. 

THIBD YBAiU^SBCONO CLASS. 

FtBVr TRMI. 



i 

'I 

83 



4 

I 
I 

8 

p 






Fkptim lid Ckem- 



ftoldect. 



Mamixb KxoixM Ain> Boilbm: XxpUnA- 
U«a of all Ui« pwt« of mi 0Dfio« : t jpM of 
•BgliiM I ■toam TalTe* mkI othor TmlrM ; 
ffmermtloB of ttoMB ; dtotribution uid ex> 
puuloB of BtaMa ; lerew propellen Mid 
•Mo wbeeU} the indloAtor Mid lu dia* 
ffnmt i tbo powfir of aa onfliM Mid eon- 
paUtloDs rvUtlBg to It; hydremoiers ; 
MtantioB : m»1o and iU prevoiiiloB ; «mm- 
ulCks; bollrn; maCeHaUi ooabustfon; 
tnuisfor of hoot \ testing ■tMUD*€*ogfiiM t 
tbo prtadplos of neobanlsm. 



DimiusmALCAiXLXtJa: PunetloBfti ntra: 
difftrpntiab of nmotlODa; lodet^naUiAto 
foma : Miira : maxima and mlaiiuat g*o* 
BMlHoal applloatbma) fonrtloBs of two or 
more rarlablea. 

ijrnwftAL Calculi'* : Tbo motboda of Into- 
gratloo : daflnll«t iou»in^liii qiiadimtant of 
anrfaora ; cabiturv of Tolnmea ; rocllSoa- 
lion of cnrrra ; 04*ntrra of iprartty ; mo- 
mctiia of Invrtiai plaolmotrri ; mloo for 
tbo approximate delrrmlDatioo of areaa 
and Tolamao ; dllTrrentlal rqimtlona. 



Text-booka. 



Sonnoil*! Marloo 

Sloaa-Bafloo. 
OoodeTo*a SiMMOta of 

Meobasltim. 



Rloo and Jobm 
DlllbrMitlal Calcn- 
Ida. 



JoboMB*! lologral 
Calcmtna, and Dlf- 
fotanUal ggoa t lona. 



montary Traatlao on 
UtmlL 



Snuxii, LioitT. AXD HXAT: Pruportlra of Daatort Priaclploa of 
MWod : almoapborir and otbrr rlbratlooa : Pbjslca. 
propotlioa of Ugbt j opttoal loatromMita; Oaaot** Pbyalca. 
doubl* rcltacllooi poUrtiatloa { t«upor- Balfoar StAwart'a Xlo- 
alnra, and iU maaauntment bjr tbermom- 
rlofa; dilatation of aolkU, llqalda, ami 
fmata : tlqarfactioo and aolkllflciatloB ; 
pradortloa of xwpot aad lU cood«BaatlaB : 
rfl^t of bf-al BpoB otber prop«>rtt«« of 
BuUtor. mdlant brat aad Ita rHIrctloB 
and radiation : Ibtvry of oxobangva : cob- 
doelioaaBdroaT«ic<iloB;«pM'lflraad latrat 
boat : rvlalloB brtwfvB brat aad mrcbaa* 
leal aftct t tbafmodyaamkau Ltctarva. 



lf#rAoa«aal Dtmw 
tm§. \ 



MaciiAJHTAL Dbawmo . Pracllco la dimw* 
lag onlaaaeo i oidaaace aeruMwtii ■» aad 
tbo ratloaa klada «l ImptraMaU aad ma- 
rb l am i aood la Ibo aavaj OTrrlrv. 



Tomkla's Maoblao 
CoaaCmctloa aad 
Dimwiag. 



COUBSE OF INSTRUCTION. 



57 



THIRD YBAIU^BCOND CLASS. 



8XCOKD TKBM. 



I)ei»ttrtinent. 


1* 


1 

S 

o 

1 


Sal^eot. 

• 


Text-books. 


Stsam Smgineerin^. 


fH 


4 


Conne for first term contfnoed. 




M§ehanic» and Ap- 
plied Mathmnat- 


5 


4 


MscBAHiCB: Kinematios ; dynamic*; kinet- 
ics ; hydromechanics ; the motion of pro- 
JectHes; friction and other resistances; 
the application of mechanical prineiples 
to simple machines and to instruments. 


Bowser's Analytical 

Ifechanics. 
Bowser's Hydrome- 

ohanios. 


Phytieg and Ohem' 
iatry. 


5 

* 


4 


Blxctricitt AMD Haoxbtish: Friotional 
electricity ; mat^netism ; electrostatics ; 
electromagnetics; measurement of cor* 
rents; heat, light, and work ttam electric 
currents; thermoelectricity; induction 
currents; electrochemistry; telegraphs 
and telephones; electrical machines; po- 
tential ; electrometers; theory of absolute 
measurement ; specific inductive capac- 
ity ; raeasurempnt of resistances ; practi- 
cal lessons with batteries; practical work 
with electrical and dynamo*maohines ; 
measurement of resistances; galvanome- 
ters; determination of dip and inten- 
sity; use of magnetometer; lectures on 
metallurgy and explosives; laboratory 
work with explosives; testing oils and 
paints. 


Thompson's Bleotilo- 

ity and Magnetism. 
Kempe's Haad-Book of 

Xlectrical Testing. 
Da^'s Bxercises in 

Blectrloal Measure-* 

ment. 
Day's Blectrio Light 

Arithmetlo. 
Kohlrsusoh's Physical 

Measurements. 


BnolM BtudUn, 
SitUtry^ and Law. 


3 


4 


1 

! IirriRNATTOXAL Law : The rights and duties 

of States ; the powers and duties ot diplo- 
matic envoys, consuls, and naval com- 
manders ; nationality, as to persons ailfl 
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. 


Glass's International 
Law. 



|1 Satorday-moming period* 



58 



COURSE OP INSTRUCTION. 



FOUBTH TBAR-FIB8T CLASS. 



riMT tmiuf. 



i 


d 1 

! 






iP 


1 



Samanskip, ffmrtU 



Subject. 



8KAMAXsiiii> : FitUng aad rlggtng sbipt for 
M»: rope, bloek«, mod tucklMj wire rppo 
•nil meUU flulnga ; purobmning wolgbto ; 
fltUng aod iuic> of gronod tackle i atorege } 
baadllng vraMla at whanrea and dook- 
log; aaUa; working ablp and«<r aall and 
undrr atciaini rvpalra to rigging, apara, 
rudder, and all fltUoga in emergenclea ; 
taming esperiuenta; fltting mhI nuui' 
agement of boata t dotiea of ofBoera and 
cr«Wi organicatlon of orewa; drilla and 
•Tolottonii : mlea of tbe road i Uwa of 
•tonna; genrnd inatrnotton upon tbe 
BMoagemfint of veaaela of ▼ariooa tlga 
and prppeUera. 

Katal CoMvnccnov: Wooden abip build- 
ing: abip-bnlldlng in Iron and aleel, la* 
eluding tbe Tariona ayatena of fruntng, 
kaela. keelaona, alema, and nun bowa; 
atema, plating. deek*Araniing, batkbeada, 
mddera, mlaoelUneoQa flttloga.and arnM>r 
plating I torpedo boala and Toaarla of 
apeelal conatmctton t ahentbiiig of ablpa i 
InQnchlog ; dook a and docking : dUplaoe- 
nirnt and bnoyancy of ablpa and eonaid* 
erationa of watertight deeka, bnlkbmda, 
and doable bottonw} atablllty of ablpa 
and tbe oae ef dUgnuna of stability } nill> 
fcng and ptteblog of ablpa i water cbam* 
ben and bdge keria ; atractaral atrengtb 
and atralna of ablpa ; malerlala for ablp- 
bollding: teata of ateelt retlaunre of 
ablpe; st<«riDg of ablpa; tbe qnalUIra 
and pMfonoanre of ablpa In general. 

Naval TAcncn: Taetl<*al onlta and oo- 
menclatonf; manoovrlnggroopa of ablpa. 
fleet nianffOTTe*. 

SioSAUSO: Army and Nary (Engllab 
Moiae) eode ; N'ary eode of flag algnala . 
International code. 



Texi-bnokt. 



Lnee'a Seanaaablp. 
Navy Department 

Pampbleta. 
Wilaon'a Sblp BoUd- 

lag. 
R.^'a Bbip Bonding. 
White's Mannnl of 

KaTaJ Arobite«tar». 
Nary and Interna- 

Uonal Algnal Books. 



Ord 



mndOnn 



Ont>«Axni IsirTnrimosa: IlandlInK 
gnast pn^tartag ablp for artloni doUes 
•f o^Hrera and aM>n when at qaart«>ra for 
eirrrl*^. and when engaged In battle t 
baadllng iMiat bow User* and »a<>blae- 
gnna afloat sad on •koroi leading of aea> 



Ordnaaoe Inatror- 

liona. 
Ilandllook of Hw*rb 

klaa Rapid Firing 

Oon. 



■ COURSE OP IN8TEUCTI0N. 

rODKTB YKAE-FIK8T CLASS. 



If 


1 








■s 


t^ 


1? 






H 


K 



60 



COURSE OF IN8TKUCTI0N. 



FOURTH TKAR— FIB8T CLASS. 



■BCORD T«UI. 



i 

in 

II 



8 



I i 

i ! 



Hak^tctM, 



. Jf«9«l , 6 ! 4 ConrM of the fltmt lera ooatiDaed. 



JT^mIDmUm. 



Or4mMmmmm4thm- j tft) 



OinmiT: Acearmeyaa4 rapidity of Ara; 
tbe prolMbUity of hltUog olUecto of rm- 
ttooo foma ; tho noMi Mid probable errora 
of fona { dailTatWo of mlaa for oorrectlng 
ecrtain arrora wbleb ariaa io practiea at 
•ca : tba pvaalratioa and alfect of pro> 
jacUlaa. 

Okoxavck : Tba a»aQfoe(ara of gima ; da- 
Mtipttoii of aarTica guaat oonpntatioB 
of Iba atraoftb and abrinkaga of guaa; 
rifling ; roUUoB and lU inflaenca on tba 
motloBof prqiectUoa. Tbe manafbctiifa 
and naa of gnapowdar and otbar ezpbv 
alraai tba furca daralopcd wban aspUs 
alTaa ara fiivd In tbeir own volame. and 
tbe aquation of motion of tba proJ«ctUa 
in tba bon» of a gan on tbla bypotliaala, 
and alao on tba bypoihaala tliat tba as- 
ploalTo bama prograMlrrly ; tba lawa of 
baraing of gralna of gnnpowdar of Ta* 
tioot fenna ; tba fonnulaa (of Nobia and 
Abpl) connecting prea«nraa witb danalty 
of loading, and for daterailning tba work 
of aspanalon in a gun ; davelopmant of 
tba prlnriplM involTad in loading gnna ; 
formalaa oonnacting nmiKla Trlocltiaaand 
praaaar«<a wttb tba alrmenta of loading. 

Gt'SCABBiAoia: Tbrlr eonstmctlon and 
tba Arcbaniam am ployed In aoBtrolllng 
and adjuoting raeoU, and tba tbaory of 
aocb eentrot. 

AiiMi«mo»: Ita prrpantloa and 

t Saturday patlod. 



Taxi-booka. 



Text-Book of Ord- 
nanea and Ooanary 
(Kaval Aeadany 
Pablieation). 



Tba Slaatio Strangtb 
of Onna (Nnral 
Aeadany Pnbl 1 e a • 
tlon). 

Eaunplea in Interior 
BaUiatloa. 

Bragar'a Probabil 1 1 y 
of Hitting an OlOeei 

Sama on tba Kflbeta 
of Powder la Onaa 



I 



COURSE OP INSTRUCTION, 



61 



FOURTH YBAR-FIBST CLASS. 
SBCOXD TERM— coDtlnaed. 



DeiArtment. 



A9tronomfft Ifavi- 
gaUon^ and Bur- 
vtjfing. 



I 



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6 



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Phytiology and 
Hygiene. 



Subjects. 



Thrort op the Drviatiok of tbr Com- 
PAB8, Inclndlng the derivatioii and trana- 
formation of the ftindainental eqaationa, 
the nature and oanaes of the several parts 
of deviation, the determination of the ver- 
tical and horizontal forces of the earth and 
ship, and of the vslnes of the approximate 
and exact coefficients, the caases and 
amount of the heeling error, the changes 
which take place upon a change of geo- 
graphical position, the graphio represen- 
tations of the amount and direction of the 
forces which act on the needle, and the 
mechanical correction of the deviation 
and heeling errors. Navigation. 

SuBVSTivo : The instruments nsed ; selec- 
tion and measurement of bases ; determi 
nation of asininth of base ; triangulation 
determination of heights ; leveling ; plot 
ting a survey; hydrographical surveying 
tidal observations ; current observations ; 
sailing directions ; the form of the earth, 
with special reference to the construction 
of charts ; projection by development ; 
Mercator's, Flamsteod's, snd Bonne's pro- 
jections; the polyconio projection of the 
XTnited States Coast Survey ; running sur- 
veys; portable transit instrument and 
xenith telescope. Astronomy. 



The nature of alcoholic drinks and nar- 
cotics; speclsl instruction as to their 
effects upon the human system, in con- 
nection with the several divisions of the 
subjects of physiology and hygiene. 



Text-books. 



fioweU*s Theory of 
the Deviations of 
the Compass. 

Evans's Elementary 
Manual for the !>•> 
viations of the Com- 
pass in Iron Ships. 



Chauvenet's Spherical 
and Practical As- 
tronomy. 

HoweU's Marine Sur- 
veying. 

Projection Tables. 

Bowditoh's Navigator. 



' One period a week taken, in rotation, from the departments of Seamanship, Gunnery, and Navi- 
gation. 



62 



COURSE OP INSTRUCTION. 



ASSIGNMENT OF TIHB. 



Fourth 



D«p*rtiiirat«. 



Third 



, Ul 24 Ut < 3d 
t«»ini. t4<nn. terni. term. 



8««aiAiMhlp, NAraK^eoatmrtion. and NmralTartica: 

Ordwmre Midttunoarj I 

AMrooomy, Navlicatioii, and Sarreytog 

Hitaa Bngiaaerlog 

MachanlM and Appllnl Ualheniatlca . . . | 

Phjratoa aad Cbomlatry 

MaU^matioa 

Bagllab Stadlra, History and Law 

ModafB liUigiiagM 

MMliaBioal Drawing 

Phjatology and Hygl<«n« 



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TABLB OF COBFFICIXVTa 



D«p«rtin«Bt and soVieoim. 



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I 



i wm jb^y, Kmtml CanstrueHon^ and i^Tatol TactUf. i 
lip, Ship BoUdlog, ud Karal TmUm 
CnilM Beporta, JoanMh, mhI TaatlflMmUU 

Orimamet mmd Onnmefy. 
OrdaasM laatraatloBa, Infaotry Tactlea, and Gtio- , 



Ordaaaea aad OvBoery 

A§ironom§f, NawigatUn^ and Surt^ifing. 
AatroBMty. Hnrrrjlng, Tbaory of NaTigmtloD, Prac- 
ttaal NAiifadoo, aad TiMoty of Compaaa Davla* 



Stmm Cnffin»tring. 
fttaam lUchlany, Marlao Rngfaea, and Bollan 
Praelleal laatmrlloa in Staam «... 

MtekmniM mnd AfpU§d Matktmntiu. 
PlihrMitlal aad latogral Calcolna, and Mechaalea 
Laaai Sqoana and Straagth of Matoriala 

PhifHet and OhtmUtrf/. 

CbomUtry 

flpoad. UcliV and Itaai 

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Maat9maiies. 
Algabra aad 0«0B«tr7 . 
TrtfoaooMtry, Aaal>tlcal O^ooifotry, aad DmhtHp* 
tlraOtamHry 

SnglUk Simdift, UttUny, 
Baffliab aad Hiatorr 
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latofaattoaal Law 



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Ffvacb. BpaaUh, aad Gomaa . 

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COURSE OF IN8TKUCTI0M. 66 



FRACnCAL INSTRUCTION OP CADKT8. 

SEAMANSHIP. 

KDOttiDg aod Bplioing; oompaos and lead line; ship nomenclature; cutting and 
fitting hemp rigging; cutting and fitting wire rigging ; rowing, and the management 
of boats nnder oars and under sail; sail making; making up, bending, unbending, and 
handling sails ; rigging ship; stripping ship ; shifting spars; getting underway and 
anchoring; evolntions with yeasels under sail and under* steam ; signaling, Army 
and Navy codes; management of steam lannchee; 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 gnns, monitor guns, mortars, boat howitzers, and machine 
gnns; target practice with small-arms; target practice with mortars; target practice 
afloat with machine gnns, rifled howitzers, and great gnns; small-sword exercise; 
broad-sword exercise ; handling and firing torpedoes; determination of the strength 
and elasticity of gnn-metal, with testing machine ; determination of muzzle velocities 
with the Schnltz chronoecope; determination of pressures in gnns by means of press* 
ore gauges ; experimental determination of range tables, also of the jnmp and drift ; 
application of photography to ordnance purposes ; the preparation and inspection of 
ordnance material. 

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 fh>m these observations 
finding the approximate and the exact coefficient and the horizontal and vertical 
forces acting on the standard and steering compasses; also finding the het^ling co- 
efficients for the same compasses without heeling the ship. 

• 

STEAM ENGINEERING, 

V ise -bench work ; forging; boiler-making; pattern -making; machine-tool work; 
taking apart and putting together engines ; ntontng engines of launcheHf vessels, and 
monitors (motive and turret). 

8575 N R 5 



62 



COURSE OF IN8TBUCTI0N. 



A8SIOXMXNT OF TIHB. 



! Fourth 



cIajui. 



Third 



Depart mraU. 



8«c«Dd 



, Ul '2A Ul 2d 
' t«*ttii. Irrin trrni. t«nii 



HnftoiMiahlp, Naral ( 'oBstnirtioii. and X«r al Taclira 

OrdnaBc* and (tuoBeiT 

SaHrooomy, NaTifAUon, and Hair «*y tog . . | . 

HI4UD KngtOM^fflDg ...... I . 

Marhanlca and Applied ICalb«>iiuitica . . . J . 

Phymiea aad CheaiUto I - 

UatWnimtlca i « 

Xagltah BtadlM. Rlatory and Law .... 6 5 

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COURSE OF INSTRUCTION. 66 



PRACTICAL IN8TBUCT10N OF CADKT8. 

SEAMANSHIP. 

KoottiDg and si^iomg; oompaos and lead line; ship nomenclatare ; catting and 
fitting hemp rigging; ontting and fitting wire rigging ; rowing, and the management 
of boats nnder oars and ander sail; sail making; making np, bending, unbending, and 
handling sails ; rigging ship; stripping ship ; shifting spars; getting nnderway and 
anchoring; evolntions with yessels under sail and under* steam ; signaling. Army 
and Navy oodea; management of steam lannohes; steam fleet-tactics (with steam 
launches). 

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 
gnns; target practice with small-arms ; target practice with mortars; target practice 
afloat with machine guns, rifled howitzers, and great guns; small-sword exercise; 
broad-sword exercise ; handling and firing torpedoes; determination of the strength 
and elasticity of gun-metal, with testing machine ; determination of muzzle velocities 
with the Schultz chronoscope ; determination of pressures in guns by means of press* 
ure gauges ; experimental determination of range tables, also of the jump and drift ; 
application of photography to ordnance purposes ; the preparation and insptsction of 
ordnance material. 

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 flrom these observations 
finding the approximate and the exact coefficient and the horizontal and vertical 
forces acting on the standard and steering compasses; also finding the het»ling 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 patting together engines; running engines of launches, vessels, and 
monitors (motive and turret). 

8575 N R 5 



PROGllAMME.OF PUACTICAI. INSTRUCTION. 



Whoa more than oim kind of osorclao m prcaciibod duriog • wcok tho nambor of eoch 
la41o«lc4 by • fli^aro In pMN«athMU. 



oxorolaok 



Oei 



NOY 



Dor 



Jon 



4 
itkik 1 


rkn^ DivUlon. 

CowMay <4). 
Monitor (1). 


Boooad DiWolon. 
Battery <4K 


Tbiid Dlrialoa. 
Tarfot great gQaa(4) . 


Foartb DlTlaloa. 




Steam taotloa (41. 




Monitor (1). 


MoBltor(l). 


Moaltord). 




Boltory |4). 


Company (4). 
Monitor (1). 


Steam tactlM(4). 


TargeC in«at gvaal 4). 




Monitor (1). 
Smawnshlp. 


Monitor (U. 
tteamaaaalp. 
Company <4). 
Moaltor(U. 
Soamaaalilp. 


Monitor (1). 




HMunaaohlp. 
Sloam tootloa (4). 


Saaamaabip. 




JS32fr'~'*'' 


Battery (4). 




Monitor (1) 
Snamaaoblp. 


Moaltorfl). 
Hoamenabln. 
Company (4). 
Moaitorn). 
Battal'n )nfbB*r\ |4i. 


• r • ■ O 


Htoom tMtlr* (4). 
Monitor II). 




Tarfottfrsat gnaa(4). 
Monitor (1). 


Battory (4). 
Monitor (1). 
BatuPn Infantfy (4). 




Bottarn iofkntrj (4). 


Batlal'n Infkatry (4). 




Monitor 0). 


Monitor (1). 


Monitor <1). 


Moaltord). 




Bottnllon ortaWrj. 


BatUUoB ariUlnry. 


BaMalion ariUlery. 


Battatioa artiUary. 




Bn«d oword. 


Btonm. 


Practical ordnaaoa. 


Sloam. 




Htoom. 


Broad aword. 


8tf«m. 


PraeUoal ordaaaee. 




PrMUenl ordannoo. 


Stnam. 


Broad aword. 


Siaaak 


• « B 


fM^Mn. 


Practical ordnaaea. 


Staam. 


Broad aword. 




SomUowonL 


StMun. 


pmctleal ordnaaoa. 


t«team. 




mrnoi. 


Boall aword. 


HtMua. 


Praotloal ordaimoe 




PnoUonl vrdaaaoo^ 


HtMun. 

AHWt.AHIVnAt. 1 


Small aword. 

RXAlCtVATinV. 


Staam. 


A 





Pob 



Mar 



Apr 



May 



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9 
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Broad eword. 



SMunaaablp. 
Steam. 

D«*rtat'a eompaaa<4). 
8eaman*bip (1). 
Seamaaahip 
«}f4i«raJ Moarfara. 
Sramenwhip. 
Tarcol crvat Knaa(4). 
0«>o#rai qoartora (ti. 
skirmUbd). 
S^amaaalilpd). 
.Slmm tartUHi<4). 
^.••mantthlp (1). 
Turprdm^a U). 
i^eofrai i|uanrt«d)- 
' llatt^J n lufaalry (4). 
SfMi«aa«hip«l). 
lUiial o anUI<*ry (3). 
S.aiaaaahip(3l. 
«*l«*«mlart»c*(S). 
I«f>ttrral qitarleta (2i 

I B«t(«I*oo Infliotry. 
I ll»it«luin artillery. 

( »<>tiMt at qnartera. 

>i««iia tartica. 

Ittttaltiio infantry. 

^c^oiaaablp. 



Praotloal ordaaaea. 

SteMa. 

Broad aword. 



Steam. 
Snaroaaeblp. 



Seamaa«blp 
Ite«lat'n rompaaa(4). 

iipcn. 



Hfl«awnabip. 
Oenaral ooafiora. 
Seaman*bip. 
Hklrmlab <4). 
Uenarml qoartora d). 
Target creat ganai4K 
Saamanahtpd). 
Torpml«iea(4). 
Seamaoablp d). 
Steam lartlra (4). 
(•t*neral qaatterB d I. 
UaUalo lafaatrydK 
SMamanaliipd). 
lUtUl'n artHlTy <2t. 
S<iamanahlp <3). 
Strain t^u* Ilea t3r. 
danoral quarter* (3). 

Battalloa Inftotnr. 
IUtUtleoattiUrr>. 
d«>a«'fal qaart^ral 
Steam tMtlra 
Batlaliwii lalaatry. 



Broad aword. 

Steam. 

Uerlai'o eompaaa<4). 

Seaawoablp d). 

S>«maiuhlp. 

General qoartara. 

Seaman«ulp. 

St nam tarttea (4). 

(t«*nf>raJ qoartara (1). 

Totpedoea (4). 

Seamanahlpd). 

Target great goiM(4). 

S«<aroatiatiii* d)> 
Sklrmuh (4). 
<tetieral qaarterad). 
Italtal'n Infantry <4). 
S<Huaaoahip (1). 
Ballal o artlMory <3). 
Seaouoahlp (3). 
Stram tariir« (3) 
(«<<o«<ral qoartara (3). 

Hattallon lnfaotr>'. 
Hatulloo artillery. 
(»«*neral quarlera. 
St'«an> lartira 
Hattaliito infantry. 
S««maaabip. 



Small 

Steam. 

Beamaaahip 

Staam. 

Broad eword. 

DeTlat'n 



ipaaa<4) 
Soamanabip(i). 
Sramaaahlp. 
doneral qiiartara. 
Seamaa*blp. 
Torpi^dooad). 
tieaeraj qoartera d ) 
St«<«m tartica (4). 

Seamanablp d)> 
SklrmUb (4). 
Seamanablp<t). 
Target great gttimf 4 1 . 
(}i*ot«fAl qnartera d) 
Battal'n Infantry <4). 
>eainao«blp(l). 

n*ttaI'nartUl«*ry(S) 
.H«i<maa«hlp(3). 
Si<>amta<'tira(S). 
dottaral qoartara (3i 

Battalion Infantry 
BatUlloo artiUer) 
drofral qiiartora. 
Stream tartica. 
lUtUlloD infantry 
Soamaaablp. 



Jnael tu 
10 . 



ANNTAL KXAMIKATIUM. 



Jaar 19 % 

la > . rrartirr rrtilaa. 

Aotf :a S 



Jaar 19 

t«i 
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66 



COURSE OF INSTRUCTION. 



67 



SBCOND CLAMS. 



HontlkB. 



Oct. 



ISov 



Dec 



Jan 



« 



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



First divialoci. 



CompMiy. 
Battery. 
Seamantbip. 
Pivot gntxB, 
Seamantblp. 
Steam laoBches. 
Battalion infantry. 
Battalion artillery. 
Small sword. 
Steam. 
Ifavy aignala. 

Steam. 
Broadsword. 
Steam. 
Seamanship. 



Second division. 



Battery. 

Company. 

Seamanship. 

Steam laanches. * 

Seamanship. 

Pivot ffnns. 

Battalion infantry. 

Battalion artillery. 

Steam. 

Small sword. 

Steam. 

Navy signals. 
Steam. 
Broadsword. 
Steam. 



Third division. 



Pivot gnns. 
I Steam launohef . 
' Seamanship. 
, Company. 

Seamanship. 

Batt4iry. 

Battalion Infantry. 

Battalion artillery. 

Navy signals. 

Steam. 

Small swonl. 

Steam. 
Seamanship. 
Steam. 
Broadsword. 



Fourth division. 



Steam launches. 

Pivot gnns. 

Seamanship. 

Battery. 

Seamanship. 

Company. 

Battalion infantry. 

Battalion artillery. 

Steam. 

Navy signals* 

Steam. 

Small sword. 
Steam. 
Seamanship. 
Steam. 



SEMIANNUAL EXAMINATION. 



Feb .. 



Mar 



Apr 



Hay. 



(Fillh 
Week.) 



1 
2 
3 

4 
1 
2 

3 

4 
1 
2 



2 

3 



H. 

T. 

W. 

Th. 

F. 

S. 



Jane 1 to 
10 



1! 



Steam. 

Small sword. 

Steam. 

Practical ordnance. 

Steam. 

Broadsword (4). 

Seamanship (1). 

Seamanship. 

General quarters. 

SeamMnsbip. 

Target great gnns(4). 

General quarters (1). 
Skirmish (4). 

Seamanship (t). 
Steam tactics (4). 

Seamanship (1). 
Target machine 

guns (4). 
General quarters (1). 
Battal'n infantry (4). 
Seamanship <1). 
Battal'n artillery (2). 
SeamMisbip (3). 
Steam tactics (3). 
General quarters (2). 
Battalion infantry. 
Battalion artillery. 
General quarters. 
Ste^ro tactics. 
Battalion in&ntry. 
Seamanship. 



Seamanship. 

Steam. 

Small sword. 

Steam. 

Practical ordnance. 

Broadsword (4). 

Seamansbtp (1). 

Seamanship. 

General quarters. 

Seamanship. 

Skirmish (4). 

General quarters (1). 
Target great guns(4). 

Seamanship(l). 
Target machine 

guns (4). 
Seamanship (1). 
Steam tactics (4). 

General quarters (1). 
Battal'n infantry (4). 
Seamanship (1). 
Battal'n artillery (2). 
Seamanship (8). 
Steam tactics (3). 
General quarters (2). 
Battalion infantry. 
Battalion artillery. 
General quarters. 
Steam tactics. 
Battalion infkntry. 
Seamanship. 



Steam. 

Practical ordnance. 

Steam. 
I Small sword. 

Steam. 

I Broadsword (4). 
I Seamanship (1). 

Seamanship. 

General quarters. 
I Seamanship. 

Steam tactics (4). 

General quarters (1). 
Targetmachine 

guns (4). 
Seamanship (I). 
Target great guns(4) . 

Seamanship (1). 
Skirmish (4). i 

Gt^neral quartors (l).i 
Battal'n infantry (4).; 
Seamanship (1). I 

BatUl'n artillery (2).\ 
Seamanship (3). i 

Steam tactics (3). i 
General quarters (2). 
Battalion infkntry. 
Battalion artillery. 
General quarter*. 
Steam tactics. 
Battalion infantry. 
Seamanship. 



Broadsword. 

Steam. 

Practical ordnance. 

Steam. 

Small swonl. 

Brosdswnrd (4). 

Seamanship (1). 

Seamanship. 

General quarters. 

Seamanship. 

Target machine 

guns (4). 
General quarters (!)• 
Steam tactioa (4>. 

Seamanship (1). 
Skirmish (S). 

Seamanship (1). 
Target great giui8(4). 

General quarters (1). 
Battal'n Infantry (4). 
Seamanship (1). 
Battal'n artillery (2). 
Seamanship (3). 
Steam tactics (3). 
General quarters (2). 
Battalion inftmtry. 
Battalion artillery. 
General quarters. 
Steam tactics. 
Battalion infkntry. 
Seamanship. 



ANNUAL EXAMINATION. 



PROGRAMME.OF PRACTICAL INSTRUCTION. 

WbM nore tbaa mm kind of vserelM m preactibed daring • week the oumber of Mck asarelM bi 
ladlo«lc4 by • fljcnre In p4rt<nthe«la. 



Opt 



N«T 



IHr 



Jm 



d 
M 

I 



1 
a 
t 

4 

1 

t 



4 
1 
f 
3 
4 
1 
1 
3 
4 



VIKST CI«A«S. 



rint DirUioo. 



CeapMy (4). 

Motttuir(lK 

B«itMy(4). 

Monitor (1). 

Sraownalilp. 

TnrM grant ffinw(4). 

Montinrd). 

StMun tnctlon (4). | 
Minlloril). 
Battaln lutlMtrj (A). 
Monitor (1). 
Bnttnaion nrtOkrj. \ 
Dmnd aword. 
Htonm. 
rncUcnl ofdannon. 

SmnilBWonL 

8Cmin. 

I^etlonl 



Bnoond DlvlnloB. 



Bntt^ry (4). 
Monitor <1). 
Conpnny <4). 
Monitor (IK 

8l«nni UotlM 14). 
Monitor f 1) 
Bonniaoftnlp. 
Taryot gmnt gnon(4). 
Monitor (1). 
Bnunl'o Infnntry (4). 
Monitor <1). 
Bnttnllon MtUlofjr. 
8t«nm. 
Brond avord. 
Stnnm. 



PnictlonI ord 
8t««ni. 
SowU sword. 
Btenm. 



Tblid DIrinlon. 



j Targot grant gvn«<4) . 
' Monitor (1). 

Stann tnctloa(4). 

Monitor OK 
! HonnnnAnln. 

Company (4>. 

Monitor (1). 

Maamnnalilp. 

Battery (4). 

M«inltornK 

BaluPn infantry (4) 

Monitor (1). 

BnttjUioB nrtlUery. 

Prncttoal ordnaaoau 

Brond avont 

Stanm. 

practlanl ordnanco. 

HtMWL 

Small aword. 



Fourth OlTlalon. 



fttanm tnetlea (4K 
■ Monitor (1). 
' Target grant gnaa44> 
- Monitor HK 

Boamananip. 

Battery (4). 
I Monitor <l|. 

Hoamanablp« 
I Company (4). 

Monitor ( I >. 

Batinl*n lnfiuiTr> u» • 

Monitor (1). 

BattnUoo arttttory. 

Stoam. 

Pmoiloal ordoMM^ 



I 



Broad aword. 

8t«om. 

PmotSonl ordaano* 



8KMIAVN0AL BXAMINATIOK. 



Fob 



Mnr 



Apr 



Broad aword. 



M«y 



I 

f 
S 

4 8«Muaanahlp. 
I MtrMn. 
t I>>Tiat*o oom&Ma(4). 

8«iMnanftljip (1). 

5 Hwamanahlp. 
4 (tvnoraJ t^onrtora. 
1 8t>inman»bip. 

f TargotKn«tgiuia(4). 
G«*oenu (|onrtoni < 1 ) . 
I 9 Hkirml4b(4). 
I ,S««m^«hiB(l). 

4 Hi4<«m tariicA (4). 
H**«maii«hip (1|. 

1 Torprdot^ (4K 

«>fiafr»l uitnrt4Mni(t). 

5 lUtial'n ibfantryft). 
' S4«(nnoahip (t). 

t ' lUtiAl n artUl«<ry (3i. 
S#AiQ«n»hip (3). 

4 Mfstm tBrtlc«lS). 
(teavtul quAftria l7» 

5 
M B«lttt1iAo Infantry. 

r. fl«u*.!Mo Artillf»ry. 
MT 4»«*u«iaJ qnart^ra. 
Tb "•tr-iB t»rur^. 

r IIiiiaJiiio infantry. 



Praoticnl ordaaaoa. 
8t«nai. 
Broml aword. 
rttoam. 

Seaniannblp. 
I>oTlat'n compaaa(4). 
HeamaniiblpM). 
H^Nunanablp. 
<h*oonil qoarten. 
8eaman«blp. 
Sklrmlab (4). 
Uonoml qturtara (1). 
Targvt (roAtgaoa(4K 
HiwmanahipdI. 
Torp<«l«ia«(4). 
8«iamaoahip(l). 
8tNunl*t'Ur«<4). 
<}«*a4*ral quartora (1 ). 
Il«ttnl o infAotry (4l. 
Se«maaabip (1) 
B.«tul o«rtiU**rj(}). 
SMunao«hlt» <.t) 
S(r«m t<M-llr«i3). 
G«nrral quartar^ iV. 

BnCtalion Infanlrr. 
Bttuilon artiUprv. 
I t4<o«>ral qtiattera. 
Hloam tM Una. 
Botlalkio Inlantry. 
Hoamanahtp. 



8t«am. 

84MMnanablp. 

K(«nni. 

Brand aword. 

Htonm. 

UoTlni'n eompaaa(4). 

8««oinnablpa). 

Htiamanabip. 

G<>naral qonrtnn. 

8oaman*atp. 

8t«»am tartloN (4). 

(trn«<r«l qonrtora (1). 

TorpMloo«(4). 

8(«Ananahlp(l). 

Target gUMt gnaa(4). 

84««roaiiahln(l). 

8klrmUb (4). 

(t«>o*»nd (iiurtora(l). 

lUttal'n Infantry (4). 

S««Amattahlp(l>. 

ttatialn artillery (Si. 

.S^umunafaip (.1). 

S'faai tarilm (3K 

(icio«>ral qunrtara (2). 

BatUllon iofantrv. 
Bat ul loo anlllery. 
GrnoraJ qnnrlora.' 
Stwiitt tai-tira 
lUttaliuu infantry. 
Sc«inAaabip. 



8nuai 

Btonm. 

Boamaaakip 

8taam. 

Broad aword* 

Dvvint'n oo wpnaaUr 

8aanianahlp (1). 

8<<*anuuiahtp. 

Clonnral qtinrtnra 

Seamanaklp. 

Tor|N^ooa(4). 

(2ent»nU qaartara f 1 ) 

4St4««mta«tica(4>. 

^W•aman•blp (1). 

SklrmUb (4). 

8oamanablp (U. 

Tnrg«tgr«ntguaa<4) 

G«*ni»nil qiinrtori ( I ) 

Batial'n Infnntry (4). 

.S<>iunaoablp(l). 

natuU*uartillnry<3). 

HAimanahip(3). 

St4mntA>'trca(3). 

<r«nermt qonrtora (3i 

Battalion Infantry 
Battalion artillfir> 
Ornt*ral qunrtora. 
Sl4SAio tartica. 
lUltnlioo Infantry 
Haamanahlp. 



Jnne 1 to 
10 . 



ANNTAL XXAMIXATION. 



Janr lo 

lo 
An* :» 
Htpt ... 



i ^ 



rartlrr rrulao. 
<Io1mivo. 



66 



COURSE OF INSTRUCTION. 



67 



SBCONO CLAMS. 





• 

s 








1 


[)ct 

S^ov 


1 
2 
3 

4 
1 



Dec 



Jan 



May. 



(Fifth 
Week.) 



2 

3 
4 
1 
2 
3 
4 
1 
2 
3 
4 



First divialon. 



Conipuiy. 

Battery. 

Seamanship. 

Pivot fcnnft. 

Seamanship. 
' Steam laonches. 
j Battalion infantry. 
I Battalion artillery. 

Small sword. 

Steam. 

Nayy signals. 

Steam. 
Broadsword. 
Steam. 
Seamanship. 



Second division. 



Battery. 

Company. 

Seamanship. 

Steam laonches. ' 

Seamanship. 

Pivot ffnna. 

Battalion infantry. 

Battalion artillery. 

Steam. 

Small sword. 

Steam. 

Navy signals. 
Steam. 
Broftdsword. 
Steam. 



Third division. 



Pivot gnns. 

Steam laancher. 

Seamanship. 

Company. 

Seamanship. 

Bat^ry. 

Battalion infantry. 

Buttallon artillery. 

Navy signals. 

Steam. 

Small sword. 

Steam. 
Seamanship. 
Steam. 
Broadsword. 



Fourth division. 



Steam launches. 

Pivot gans. 

Seamanship. 

Battery. 

Seamanship. 

Company. 

Battalion infantry. 

Battalion artillery. 

Steam. 

Navy signals. 

Steam. 

Small sword. 
Steam. 
Seamanship. 
Steam. 



Feb 1 

2 

l 

Mar I 

: 2 

Apr 1 

2 



3 



SEMI-ANNUAL EXAMINATION. 



I Steam. 
Small sword. 
Steam. 

Practical ordnance. 
Steam. 

Broadsword (4). 
Seamanship (1). 
Seamanship. 
General quarters. 

Seamanship. _ 

Target great guns(4) . I Skirmish 



Seamanship. 

Steam. 

Small sword. 

Steam. 

Practical ordnance. 

Broadsword (4). 

SeamsDship (1). 

Seamanship. 

General qnarters. 



Seaman shi 



lip. 
(4). 



Jnne 1 to 
10 



3 



M. 

T. 

W. 

Th. 

F. 

S. 



}•• 



General qnarters <1).| 
Skirmish (i). j 

Seamanship (t). i 

Steam tactics (4). | 

Seamanship (I). 
Target machine 

guns (4). 
General qnarters (1). 
Baital'n Infantry (4). 
Seamanship (1). 
BattaVn artillery (2). 
Seamanship (3). 
Steam tactics (3). 
General qnarters (2). 
Battalion infisntry. 
Battalion artillery. 
Greneral quarters. 
StoHm tactics. 
Battalion infkutry. 
Seamanship. 



General qnarters (1).| 
Target great guns<4) . , 

SeamanAhip(l). ! 

Target machine 
guns (4). ! 

Seamanship (1). 
Steam tactics (4). 

General qnarters (1). 
Battarn infantry (4). 
Seamanship (1). 
Battal*n artillery (2). 
Seamanship (3). 
Steam tactics (3). 
General qaarters (2). 
Battalion infantry. 
Battalion artillery. 
General qnarters. 
Steam taotios. 
Battalion infantry. 
Seamanship. 



Steam. 

Practical ordnance. 

Steam. 

Small sword. 

Stf^m. 

Broadsword (4^ 

Seamanship (1). 

Seamanship. 

General qnarters. 

Seamanship. 

Steam tactics (4). 

General qnarters (1). 
Target machine 

guns (4). 
Seamanship (1). 
Targetgreat guns(4). 

Seamanship (1). 
Skirmish (4). 

I 
General quarters (1).. 
Battal'n infantry (4)., 
Seamanship (1). 
Battal'n artillery (2).! 
Seamanship (3). ' 

Steam tactics (3). 
General qnarters (2) 
Battalion infkntry. 
Battalion artillery. 
General qnarters. 
Steam tactics. 
Battalion infantry. 
Seamanship. 



Broadsword. 

Steam. 

Practical ordnance. 

Steam. 

Small sword. 

Broadsword (4). 

Seamanship (I). 

Seamanship. 

General quarters. 

Seamanship. 

Target machine 

guns (4). 
(General quarters (1). 
Steam tactics (4). 

Seamanship (1). 
Skirmish (I). 

Seamanship (1). 
Target great guns(4). 

General quarters (1). 
Battal'n infantry (4). 
Seamanship (1). 
Battal'n artillery (2). 
Seamanship (8). 
Steam tactics (3). 
General qnarters (2). 
Battalion infkntry. 
Battalion artillery. 
General quarters. 
Steam tactics. 
Battalion in&ntry. 
Seamanship. 



ANNUAL EXAMINATION. 



68 



COURSE OF INSTRUCTION. 



SBCOIf O CI«A«S. 



■MBftb*. 


' 4 
t 


Flnt diTtoloiL 


8acood dtrlaioB. 


TbM divlaion. 


Fonttb dlTtotoB. 




1 


If achlae-Abop •. n. 


' Uacblae-ahop a. n. 


1 Macbiae-abop a. m. 


Maeblne-abap a. Bk 






TMfet maeliia*- 


Hovttserm afloat NaTyaisnalajAnajr 


Target bowttaaia 






fUM^m. 


p. m. 


' aignala p. m* 


p.iD. 




9 


ll*chl9e'«lN»p a. n. 


Maoblae-abop a. m. 


Macblae-abop a. m. 


Maabiae-abop a. m. 






Target bowltMn 


Target maeblna 


1 Hoaitaera, afloat 


Kary aigaala; AraiT 






p.m. 


gnnap. m. 


p. D. 






t 


If Achioo^bop a. m. 


Macblne-sbop a. n. 


' Maeblae-abnp a. n. 


Maeblae-abop ^ ai. 






^vrj sifDaU; Ann J 


Targat bowltsen 


Target maoblae 


' Howliaeia aOaat 






•iKBalsp. n. 


p. m. 


gnaa p. la. 


p.m. 




4 


Rviuiing aioan>«at- 


Raaolag stoan cat- 


Raaalng ateain out- 


RanaJag ataaai cnV 


i 


» 


t«ria.m. 


teraa. m. 


tara^ la. 


tM«a.Bi. 






HowUverv afloat 


Karyalgaala; Armj 


Target bowltaera 


Target ataftbiaa 






p-n. 


aigaaia p. m. 


p.io. 


gaaa. 




A 


Machiae-abop a^m. 


Macblaa-abop a. m. 


1 Macbiae-tbop a. u. 


Maoblae-abop a. b». 






Boata p. n* 


Boata p. m. 


Boata p. m. 


^ Boata p. n. 




• 


liaclilB«Hib9p a. m. 


Macbiae-abop a. m. 


Macblae>abop a. m. 


MacblaoHibop a. m. 






Taneet greal f oaa 


Mortar practice 


BoaUp^iD. 


Steana tactleo pw ai. 

* 






p.iii. 


p.m. 








7 


Macblaenibop a. id. 


Marblae-tbup a. m. 


Machine-thop a. re. 


Marblae^abop a. m. 






INaam UoUca p. m. 


Target great guns 
p. m. 


Mortar practloe 
p,m 


Boata p. m. 




8 


lfaoblBe*abop a. m. 


Maobiae-sbop a. n. 


Marblaa-abop a. n. 


MBcblae<«bop ^ m. 






Boatop.Bi. 


Staaai tactiea p.'ai. 


■ Targrt graat gaas 
p.m. 


Mortar piaetftoe 

P.IB. 




» 


Macblse-abup a. m. 


Macblaeabop a. n. 


Maebiae-abop a. m. 


Maobiae-abop a. ai* 






Mortar pnM^tks* 


- Buato p. u. 


Slean tactica p. ta. 


Target great guaa 






P.BI. 






' p.«. 




!• 


MaeblAT-abop a. n. 


Marhtaa^bop a. m. 


Marblae abop a. m. 


Maobtae-^bop a b». 






Boatap. m. 


Baatap. m. 


Boalap.Bi. 


Boata pwm. 


■•»» 


1 
t 
1 
4 












Oalaar*. 

• 


OalMve. 


Oa leare. 

1 


Ob leave. 



COUR8E OP IN8TKUCTI0N. 



69 



THIKO CLAbS. 



Oel. 



K«T 



Dec 



Jia 



Teh 



Apr 



May. 



M 



(Fifth 

.) 



JniMlto 
10. 

June 10 

to 
Aug. 28. 

Sept 



1 
2 
I 

4 

1 
2 
3 
4 
1 
2 
3 
4 
1 
2 
8 
4 



First dirlskm. 



CoiBpaiiT. 

Battery. 

SMUDftnahip. 

PiTot inioii. 

Seamaiuhip. 

BoAte. 

BatUlioD infantry. 

Battalion artiU«ry. 

Small sword. 

Rigging loft. 

Broadside gnnn. 

Seamanship. 
Small swoitL 
RifSginff loft. 
Broadklde guns. 



Second dlTlaion. 



Battery. 

Company. 

Seamanship. 

• Boats. 

• Seamanship. 
I Pivot Kun*. 

I llattalion infantry. 
I Battalion artillery. 
I Seamanship. 
! Small 8w«ira. 
- Rigging loft. 

Broadside gnns. 
Taiyet soisU unus. 
Small sword. 
Rigging loft. 



Third dlTiaion. 



PiYot gons. 

Boats. 

Seamanship. 

Company. 

Seamansoip. 

BatU^ry. 

Biittalion infantry. 

Battalion artillery. 

Broadside gnns. 

Seamanship. 

Small swora. 

Rigcinir lofl. 
Broailside gnns. 
Target small arms. 
, Small sword. 



SKMI-ANNUAL RXAMIKATION. 



1 I Target small arms. 

2 . Small sword. 

3 - Rigging loft. 

4 .'Army signals. 

1 • Target pistol. 

2 , PiYot gunM (4). 

Seamanship <l). 
8 . Seamanship. 
4 General qnarters. 
1 Sesmaosbip. 

3 Target small arms (4) 
Genei-al quarters (1). 

3 Skirmish (4). 
Seamanship (1). 

4 I Seamanship. 



2 
3 



T. 
W, 
Th. 

P. 

8. 



Boats (4). 

General quarters (I). 
Battal'n infantry (4). 
Seamanship (I). 
Battal'n artillery (2). 
Seamanship (3). 
Small sword (3). 
Genersl quarters (2). 
Battalion infantry. 
Battalion artillery. 
General quarters. 
Boats. 

Battalion infantry. 
Seamanship. 



Praotlce omise. 



On leave. 



Broadside gnns. 
Target pistiil. 
Small sword. 
Kiginng loft. 
Army signals. 
Pivot guns (4). 
Seamanship <i). 
Seamanship. 
General quarters. 
Seamanship. 
Skirmish (4). 
General quarters (1). 
Target small arms (4) 
Seamanship (1). 
Boats (4). 
Seamanship (I). 
Seamanship (4). 
Generikl quarters (1). 
Battal'n Infantry (4). 
Sciamanship (1). 
Batial'n artillery (2). 
Seamanship (3). 
Small sword (3). 
General quarters (2). 
Battalion Infantry. 
Battalion artillery. 
General qaarters* 
Boats. 

Battalion infantry. 
Seamanship. 



Fourth divfsioB. 



Boata. 

Pivot guns. 

Seamanship. 

Battery. 

Seamanship. 

Gompsny. 

BatUliun infantry. 
, Battalion artillery. 
■ Rigging loft 
: Broadside guns. 

Seamanship. 

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



Ringing loft. 
A rmy siienals. 
Target pistol. 
Small sword. 
Rigj^ng lofl. 
Pivot cuns (4). 
Si^mannhip (1). 
Seamanship > 

G««neral quarters. 
Seamanship. ■ 

Seamanship (4). > 

General quarters (1).' 
Boats (4) I 

Seamanship (1). ' 

Target small arms (4) 
Sesmanship (1). 
Skirmish (4). ' 

General quarters <1). 
BatUln infantry (4). 
Seamanship (1). 
BatUl'n artillery (2) 
Seamanship (3). 
Small swoni <3). 
Geni^ral quarters (3). 
Battalion infantry. 
Bsttalion artillery. 
General quarters. 
Boats. 

BsttalloD infkntry. 
Seamanship. 



Smsll sword. 
Rigging loft. 
Army signals. 
Target pistoL 
Small sword. « 
Pi rot guns (4). 
Seamanship (1). 
Seamanship. 
Gi'neral quarters. 
Seamanship. 
Boat (4). 

General qnarters (1). 
Seamanship. 

Skirmish (4). 
Seamanship (1). 
Target small anns(4). 
General Quarters (1). 
Battal'n infimtry (4). 
Seamanship (U. 
Battal'n artillery (2). 
Seamanship (3). 
Small swora (8). 
General quarters (3). 
Battalion Infantry. 
Battalion artillery. 
General quarters. 
Boats. 

Battalion infiuitry. 
Seamanship. 



ANNUAL EXAMINATION. 



70 



COURSE OF INSTRUCTION. 



VOVBTH €I«A«S. 



ModUa. 



Ocl. 



Vox 



Dro 



Jm 



I ' Pint dIriftloD. 



1 (^ompAiiy. 

a Battery. 

S 8««aiAaship. 

a IkiftU. 

a BatUlioB lafnotry. 

4 iUtuIloQ MtUlrry. 

1 Dimrlog. 

2 Kigxinc loft 

a HruMl«kdft lEvnB. 
4 

a DuurloK. 

a Uis»:toK toft 

4 BrottUMldtf icuns. 



Second diviaion. 



Bftt(«ry. 

Conpany. 

Sr»niAo«blp. 

Bo«U. 

Seaaiaoiihlp. 

(fymnaiiticft. 

Battalion In&niry. 

Battalion artillery. 

G>inoaBtioa. 

Uaiicioic 

RlU;ing loft. 

Broadaifle guna. 
Ovmnaatica. 
Dancing. 
Kigglng loft. 



Third diviaioa. 



Oymiinatice. 

SeanMoahlp. 
Company. 
Hearoanabip. 
Bact«rv. 

RAttalion Infantry. 
Batlallon artillctr> . 
Bmadaldft gana. 
I Gymnoaitea. 
Uanolng. 

Rlgglog loft. 
Broadaldi* uont. 
(»>ainattlcii. 
Dancing. 



Pmirth Jlritlea. 



Gymnaatlca. 
S«»amaAahip. 
Battel y. 
Seamanablp, 
Cxompany. 
Battalion Infkntry. 
BatUlloa arttUery. 
RigJCloK loft. 
Broadftide gnaa. 
G^ unaatira. 

Dancing. 
Kigmng loft. 
Broadiilde gone. 
Gymnaaiica. 



RRMIANNCAL EXAMINATION. 



Pab 



Mar., 



Apr 



May. 



(Plflb 



1 G\fnnaatica 

2 DAni'ing. 

a Rtgglog lofl. 
4 Dancing. 
1 Gjmnaatiea. 
a Company (4). 

S«-amanahip {I). 
a S«am«n«hip. 
4 < General aaArt« n. 

1 StNimanaoip 

2 Itiirglns toh (4) 
(ffniral quarters (1). 

a MkirmUh (4). 

.Hramantbip <D. 
4 Hvauuuiablp. 

1 BoaU (4i. 

(»«*neral quart' ra < 1 1. 
a BatUl n Infantry (4>. 

Hraman«blt» (t). 
a BaCtal'n artillery <3). 

.■s^aioaavbip (J). 
4 }^amaniihlp Cdf. 
Grnoral qnartrfv (2>. 
II. BalUliim liifantr}. 
T. lUttallon artillery. 
W. < t • n«ra] qnartera. 
Tb. Ibiata. 

K. Battalion lafjuitry. 
S. Seamanablp. 



BnMulnide gnne. 
(tyraonatlca. 
t>aaclng. 
Htgging lofl. 
Dancing. 
Tumpany (4). 
Keamannbip (1). 
Sraman«blp. 
(•enrrmi quatteia. 
Seanuinabip. 
Sktrmiah <4). 
General quartern (1). 
Rigging loll (4). 
.^aman«hlp <1K 
ikiata (4). 
.SeamaniUilp (U. 
Seamia^blp <4). 
Grnerial qBartvra (1>. 
BMttal'n Infantry (4;. 
Heamanabip il). 
Battaln artillery (2). 
Seamanablp (.1). 
Heamanabip (3). 
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or THE 

ONITED STATES NAVAL ACADEMY. 

ANNAPOLIS, MD. 

THIRTY-NINTH ACADEMIC YEAU. 

18S8-'S9. 



WASHINGTON: 

GOVERNMENT Plil.VTIXd OFFICE. 
1889. 



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DEAN M. E. c u' L 



C O N T E X T S . 



Historical skktch 5 

scperi^ttkxdkkts 7 

Board of Visitors 8 

AcADKMic Calendar 9 

Calexdar, 188H-*80 10 

Officers attached to the Academic Staff 11 

Officers not attached to the Academic Staff 14 

Academic Board 14 

Cadet Officers 15 

Practice CRUISE, 1888 15 

Cadets, with relative standincj in classkh , 19 

Numerical summary 31 

app0int.ment8, discuar(ies, rehkjnati0n8, and dismissals 32 

Merit ROLLS, 1887- 88 34 

Requisites FOR ADMISSION 43 

Course of instruction 49 

a8sign.ment of time . 58 

program.me of recitations 59 

Table of coefficients «(> 

Course of practical instruction lU 

Programme of practical instruction tKi 

Summary of piiactical insthuctions «7 

3 



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. Polk. It 
was formally opened October 10, of that year, nnder the name of the Naval School, 
with Commander Franklin Hnchanan as Superintendent. It was placed at Annapolis, 
Md., on the land occupied hy Fort Severn, which was given up by the War Depart- 
ment for the purpose. The course was fixed at five years, of w*hich only the first and 
the last were spent at the School, the intervening three being passetl at sea. This 
arrangement was not strictly adhered to, the exigencies of the ser\'lce making it 
necessary, in many tases, 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 followed in order by the subsequent dates, until the reorganiza- 
tion of the School, in 1850. 

In September, 18*19, 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. Du Pont, 
Commander George P. Upshur, 
Surgeon W. 8. W. Ruschenberger, 
Professor William Chauvenet, 
Captain Henry Brewerton,U. S. Army. 

The plan reported by the Board was approved, and went into operation July 1, isr»0. 
The new organization provided for a course of seven years, the first two and the 
last two at the School and the three intermediate years at sea. The School was placed 
under the supervision of the Bureau of Ordnance and Hydrography, and its name 
was changed to the United States Naval Academy. The corps of professors was 
enlarged, the course was extended, and the system of separate departments, with 
executive heads, was fully adopted. It wa^ provided that a Board of Visitors shoul(l 
make an annual inspection of the Academy, and report upon its condition to the 
Secretary of the Navy. A suitable vessel was attached to the Academy as a practice- 
sliip,and the annual practice-cruises were begun. 

After the system had been in operation a year, new changes were proposed, and the 
recommendations of the Academic Board on the subject were referred to the Board of 
Kxamtners for 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. 

The change recommended by the Board of Examiners, and adopte<l by the Depart- 
ment, consisted mainly in leaving out the requirement of three years of sea-service 
in the middle of the course, thus making the four years of study consecutive. ' 
practice-cruise supplied the place of the omitted sea-service, and gave better op 



t> HISTORICAL SKKTCH. 

tanitica uf trainiii};. The oliauge >vciit into operation in Novembcri 1851, together 
with other improvementa recommended by the Boanl. The Myatem has l>een con- 
tinne«l, with Mome alight modifications, to the present time. The fimt class to receive 
the benefit of it was that which entered in 1851. Six members of this class completed 
the coarse in three* years, and were {graduated in June, 1K54 ; the rest of the class 
followe<l in 1855. 

In May, IMH, on the outbrealc uf the war, the Academy was removed to Newport. 
R. 1. The three upper classes were detached and ordered to sea, and the remain tnu 
Acting Midshipmen were quartered in the Atlantic HotiKe and on board the frigates 
'Tonsiitntion'* and **Sautee.'* In the summer of IMm the Academy was moved- back 
to Anna|>oIis, where it has nincc remained. 

When the Bureau of Na\ipition was eAtttliliidied, July 5, 18(12, the Academy wa« 
plac(«<l under its sn|iervi<*ion: March 1, l>Hr7, it was placed nuder the direct cart* ami 
snpervtMionoftheNavy I)4*purtment, the adminintrative routine and financial manage' 
men t Iteing still conducted through the Hureau. On the 11th of March, 18<U), all 
ofiirialcoanertiuu with the Hurean cunie to an end. 

The term of the academic courae waHrliunged by law, March li, 187^1, from four to 
tii.v year^i. The change took efiVct nitli the claHx that enteral in the followiuK 
summer. 

In iNiiin rloM of Acting Thil«l•As^i)itnut Kiigineem wait ordered to the Academy for 
inHtructi<ui. The course embraced the NulijrctH of h team-engineering, mechaniKni. 
rlieuiiHtry. and inethunirn, and practical e.vcrriHen with the steam-engine and in the 
maehine-hhop. This cIam was graduated in June, 1>M>H. together with two (*adet- 
ilncineer^ who had entere<l the Academy iu 1H4»7. After an interval of four >eat». 
in Octolwr, 1871, a new cluMof Cadet-Kngiueei«» mui admittcsl. This claKs followed 
a t^^o \ear«' cnurM*. somewhat more extended than tliat of the clans of 18<»8, and wan 
gittdtiated in ]87:i. In 1^72 and in 1873 new cIumch weie admitted, the tlrnt of whirh 
left the AiMdetiiy tn 1x71 and the necond in 1S75. Ily an act of CongrcKh, approved 
Kebtiiorx I'l. 1871, tlieeouiH*' of inntrurtion for l'iMlet-KTi;;in«»en« wuh nmdo four yearn 
ini«t«'ud of twii : ami the new pro\ i*iion was first applied to the cIaH4 entering the 
A«'adt in\ iti the \ejir lh7l, Thiii rlann wai graduated in .Iftne, 1M7H. 

I>y nil 04 1 ot C'4>ii;;ieN«i, approxed Aii<;iiHt 5. ls.vj, it Ma% piovided that froiii that 
date ** llirrr rIi.iM be iio appoiiiiiiirtitH of Cadet-MiiNliipiixMi or ('adet-Kngin«'etH ai 
tlieNa\.il .\radeiiiy,but in lieu tlie;iMif N.ix.il t'nil«'t«« sli:ill be app liiited fiom eaeb 
t'ouifteitittonal dii%tiirt and at l4i;!e, ,!<« imxx prox hIimI hy \ii\s ioT Cadet-Midnhipinen. 
and mil the uudergraduaten at the Niiv.il Acadeui) iliall theieafter be di*<»i^nattMl and 
ealle<l *Na\a] C'odets'; and. ft out thoM« w Im mhm»'*»* lull y complete tbe<«i\ jeaiVcouriM*, 
ap|MMnt mental •♦hall hereafter l»e made an it m nei'CM^ary to fill vai'anries in the lower 
grades of the I.ine and Ktigiueer forpn of tiie Na>y and of the Marine (\iipA: Jn*i 
p»rt»rt*hil /mrthift That no greater numlN^r of ap)HMiitmeiits intothcM* grades nhall be 
made each year than aImII ei|ual the number oC x aeanrir^ w bieh ban occurre<l iu the 
«ame grade* during the preceding year. •*nrU app«»intnieutH to lie made from th«« 
grailuaten of the year at the conclusion of their nix yearn* course, iu order of merit, an 
<letermined by the Aeudeinie lloard of theNa\.il Academy; the annignment to the 
\arioas c«rp«» to Ik* made by the .*<<*eretary of the Nax v upon the recommendation of 
the Aratletnii* I'osmI. Hut niithing hetrin contained nhull redii«*e the numl>er of 
apiMiiutmenti Inmi »tit b ^raduatea Im«Iow ten in eaeb >ear, nor deprive of such ap- 
poiiitiiient any graduate \% |h» may eniuplrte the m\ yearn' eiiun»e during the year IhKt' 
And if iberr Im* a •iiiplii* oi gmduate*. tbo«e tx ho did not inene nurh appointment 
•iiall lie ;:.veii a i ei tilicate »»1 i^raduation. an h«»nor«bb' di<M*batge. and one yeor*« nea* 
pay. a* im'X« proxidr*! \t\ Inn for ru«let*Mid«hipnieti ; atul *o riiiirb of nertiun 1521 of 
itir Kr\ i*4d M.ittit»*^ft »•• i« nil ttiini«trnt b*'n*\«ith lit hi*teb\ re|>ealed." 

**'IbBt 4ti\ Cadet %« hone pnaition in Inn elatn riilitb-% bun to Im^ relaiiird in tbefter 
\ ice nia^ . ittMHi bi«ox%ti air^ilK .itiuu, In« bnuMtably di*<'bar;;(Ml at tin* etui «d' the futit 

-irn'ritiit^ at the \a\.il A< udf'm> , with a pii*p«<t reitilirnleof ;:KidnatiMU ** 



SUPERINTENDENTS 



OF THE 



UNITED STATES NAVAL ACAnEMY. 



V»>siuiiih1 lunii 


luiiid : 


Sept. 3, 


1845. 


Mar. 15, 


1847. 


July 1, 


1850. 


Nov. 1, 


1853. 


Sept. 15, 


1857. 


Sept. 9, 


1865. 


Dec. 1, 


1869. 


Sept. 22, 


1874. 


.Tuly 1, 


1878. 


Aug. 2, 


1879. 


.Jane 13, 


1881. 


Nov. 14, 


1881, 


Sept. 9, 


1886. 



-Cominaucler Fraukliu BucLanau. 
-Commander George P. Upshnr. 
-Commander Cornelius K. Stribling. 
-Commander Louis M. (voldsborougli. 
-Captain (ieorge S. Blake. 
-Kcar- Admiral David D. Porter. 
-Commodore John L. Worden. 
-Rear-Admiral C. K. P. Rodgers. 
-Commodore Foxhall A. Parker. 
-Rear-Admiral George B. Balch. 
-Rear- Admiral C. R. P. Rodgers. , 
-Captain F. M. Ramsay. 
-Commander W. T. Sampson. 



BOARD OF VISITORS, JUNE, 188H. 



Rfar-Adiiiiral C\ K. P. Hoimikkm, V. S. Nii\y, VrfUlmt, 
Hon. E. (\ WaI.TIIAM., W J^. Sonnto. ricr-PrmhlrHt, 

lion. A. S. l'\D[NM'K U. S. Spiittti*. 

Hon. Wiiii.wf Mc'Anoo Ifmifie ofKepresontativcft. 

Hon. (iKoHfir I>. WisK Hohm* of KoprcHcntativ<*<). 

Hon. C'iiaulen \. lioiTKi.r.r. Hohmc of RcprcwntAtivc*-*. 

Hon. J. rnot'Tou Knott Lc^banon, Krntucky. 

l>r. .1. \\\ IlRowN (*anulrn, Arkane^.^. 

riofi'HHi I ^, p. 1)1. ANION PreHidcnt of StatA Noinial (.'f»lJ«';jr. .Mi*."*'!!? 

t'ol. y, J. Citii.i.Y Phi ludflp Ilia. Pennnvlxanin. 

!{('%. John HaI.l, I). i> NV%%* York l*ity. 

S P. (ill I.KIT, IN<| K\rin«»viilf, Imlinn i. 



OFFICERS 



ATTACHED TO THE 



UNITED STATES NAVAL ACADEMY. 



HrPKBIXTKXI»»:.\T, 

roMMANDER W. T. 8AMJ'S<iX. 

A»Mii»tnttt !•• Ihr S»'f€ritttcwlent in charge of IIhj/</im<;« »m«? (.r<'MM<'«. 
LiEiTRXAXT E. K. Bloonr. 



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LiriTF.NA.VT (t. B. llARliKK, 
LlECTr.>\XT DaVIP I)AX!KI>. 



^ZAUASaUlK X AVAL TACTICS, AND XAVAL COXtiTRl rT!»»\. 

}f*viil of Di^xrttueuff 
COMMANDER C. D. SIOHBKE. 

/ffWiWdMln, 

LiF.lTF.XANT V. K. COLAUAX, 

LlEUTKNAXT II. Mct'nKA, 

A&HSTANT Xi\AI. CoXSTRCCTOa R. (fATCWOor. 

I.IKVTKXAXT T. M. rOTTS, 

As<ICTVST Na\ AL CoXRTRUCTOn A. M. Staiii., M. E. 

fnftmrlor III liojrtHff^ Smnnuiiig, »iuil (iifwunittU*, 

^lATTlir.W Stuoiim. 



11 



12 OFFICERS OF THE TNITED STATES NAVAL ACADEMY. 



LIKlTTKNAXT-CN»MMANnK« ('. S. SPKKKY 

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PIIYSICa AMD CHKMICTRY. 

Head of Departmtnf, 
PROFESSOR N. M. TERRT, A. M., Pii. D. 

LiEUTSXANT T. B. HowAan, 
LnnmyAST W. 6. Cutler, 

LlKOT'EHANT 0. O. I>ODaP, 

Ewsioir R. H. Miner, 
Ension S. Moroax, 
. pRomsoR (\ R. Saxgkr, a. M., Ph. I^ 



HATilKMATICK. 

H0ad of DrpartmetUf 
PROFKSSOR W. W. IIENDRICKSON. 

LiBiJTRiVAirr J. M. Ropkr, 
liRcnsrANT H. H. Hoslbt, 
LiKimENAiiT J. H. Orchard, 
Extiosr C. X. Atwatkr, 
Emsiom H. O. Drkrkl, 
£5iuo!r H. Phklps. 



KNQLUU STVDin, BUTORY, AMD LAW. 

Head of fifporfmrnf, 

CHAPLAIN E. K. RAWSON, B. A. 

ilMbtetili, 

LtKCTENAXT R. WAIMWRIQUT, 
LlBFTRNANT J. B. BrIOOS, 
LiXVTKMAXT J. C. CrFJAP, 

Ensign R. Wilkinsom, 
Ension W. O. Richardson*, 
pROPcnoR W. W. Fay, A. M. 



modern lanocaocs. 

Head of bepartment, 
LIEUTENANT E. II. C. LEUTZ/ . 

AuMauUi, 

Lirutrkant a. C. Baked, 
Proproor L. V, Prud'hoxmc, a. BI., 
Lirvtxnant R. H. Doylf, 
Ensign W. E. Safforp, 
Profrssob J. Lerodx, 
Assistant Professor II. Daluon, 
Assistant Professor 11. M.irio.n. 



MECHANICAL DRWVIXr.. 

Head of Depcaimcnt^ 
LIEUTENANT-COMMANDER TJ. F. TILLEV 

Lieutenant O. P. CoLyocoRE6e£/>, 

Professor M. Oliver, 

Assistant Professor C. F. BLAtVKLT. 



14 OFFICERS ijy THE TNITEI) STATES NAVAL ACADEMY. 



U*i«^ of l»»parfmmtt 
MKDICAK IN8PRCT0R T. V. WALTUN, M. D. 

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W. W. JuM^tOM. A. M. 



OFFICERS yOT ATTACHED TO THE ACADEMIC fiTAFF. 

I»A» lx»rr«'T»'» T. T. Caswell, /Vjr ♦'ll.ri. 

AMI«Tt\r !«( MOKOX T. A. BBftMTIIltl., M. U. 

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OFFICERS OF THE UNITED STATES NAVAL ACADEMY. 



lo 



CADET OFFICERS. 

CAJ>KT-UCm]rAXT-COMIfA)IDU. 
R. p. HOBCO.N. 



(i. 11. Bock, 
A. B. HoFF, 



CADET-LI KrrKKANTR. 



S. E. KrnrcLLEf 

(•. L. FCKMIKK. 



CADKT-MABTKE AND ADJITAKT. 

B. 8. Nevmakx. 



N. ('. Twining, 
B. F. HuTciiiaoN, 



c'ADET-MASTESS. 



«i. R. Hakvell, 
I*. M. Niaroii. 



W. V. Peatt, 
h. C. LrcAE, 



<'ADET-ENfltaN8. 



J. B. Patton, 

J. PK0CnAZK4. 



\V. W. PiicLra, 
R. E. ('adxey, 
<J. W. DAxroKTH, 



CatM-pettff'qjfioen of He find dam. 

W. D. MacDocoali^ 
C. A. Beakd, 
E. B. Andbbson, 
0, O. HrrcHELL, 



H. II . DVTt<tK, 

W. V. Cole, 
K. R. Lowndeh, 

T. P. MAOErDKR. 



11. J. ZIF.GE3IKIEH, 
F. II. SCHOnELD, 
(?. T. VOGELQEKAKC, 

W. A. Sxow, 



< 'aiiel-pcUif'qficen of the »fcon*i <*/«ni*. 
r. B. McVat, 

N. T. GOLBMAK, 
W. A. MOFFETT, 
It. SrEAR, 



i;. Da\iii, 

W. II. BiXK, 

■I. M. Blanrexaiiii% 

.1. V, On auk. 



SUMMER CRUISE, 1888. 



OFFICERS AND NAVAL CADETS. 



L'XITED STATES PRACTICE-SHIP CONSTELLATION. 



t'oMMANDEK P. F. UAUniXGTOX, Comnmadimj. 
I^IKVTENANT-COMXANDEft C. C. ToDD, Exenttirt OJjii'rr^ 
LlCtTTENANT (t. P. COLYOCOIIE8SE6, Navi*jntor. 
Lieutenant G. S. Oolakak, W<dch Officer. 
Lieutenant H. MoCeea, Watch Officer. 
LtEursKANT H. II. H08LET, W(deh Officer. 

lilEirTBNANT R. M. DOTLK, IFo/cfc Cffievr. 
KxeiGN v. N. Atwateb, ' Waich Officer. 
Ensign W. C. P. Muir, JmdrudoT in SarijiUhn. 
ScEGCON M. n. Simon. 

PaSSED-ASSISXANT SvROEOX a. (\ II. Kt-»t)ir.l.l.. 

Assistant Patmastrb W. B. Wii.cox. 
I'HAPi.Aix K. K. Rawson. 



1« 



SUMMER CRUISE, 1888. 



NAVAL CAPKTM 



Autirnuu. 
Ilnul*lta« , 

(V>k, 
lHiiif«»rth. 

Putton. 

YulWr. 
UkrrtAiu, 



AU«ii, D. v.. 

AlUiooae, 

Aatboa, 

Berk, 

DrlkiMr. 

Blrrrr, 



Dn>tli«>rkm. 
(Vildvrtl, 

<'*rt«r. 

(.furtrb, 

F.ni, 
«<illaMr. 



An*!.*!. 

11* *l bull. 

« >.A It«iurnr. 
!••• r. I*. 

1* «•. ••. 



• r^., 



• » «. 






Tintf #V<tiw. 




IlotcblaDit, 


Kullon, 


KftiJpr. 


Offley. 


Kitt»ll«>. 


ratton, 


Kirk« 


Pbolpa, 


Loog. 


I*r»Ct. 


Lowo4r*. 


Prochazka, 


LllCM« 


lUick, 


Mmgruder. 


de St^lgiKT, 


Man HI, 


Trrliunr, 


UarDonpill. 


Twining, 


Mikholl, 


Willluii«, r.. 


Nrainaun, 


Woodminl. 


Tiiril #7«f«*. 




Ilarluiijr, 


R«y*«r, 


M«i«h, 


KirbArOii, 


tnrin. 


BoblDMJO, 


K^llofn. T. ».. 


Robtoon, J. K., 


KuenalU 


Kufiro, 


Lam»« 


Ilimoll, K. (i.. 


L«fip« 


tf«>nn. 


l^i«b. 


{(betmnl. 


LyI*'. 


Smith, H. E., 


MarforUod. 


8nillh. II. «.. 


M««lll. 


Smith, L. c;.. 


MrOninn, 


HparkoMn, 


MrKeW>. 


Htmnm. 


Maniifi. 


Kvphfr, 


Mmle. 


TliraU, 


Myrm. 


Trick Ir, 


NilMlr. 


Watt. 


Mn-, 


WrllB, 


KilUif. 


VlllanI, 


poikH-k. i:.T.. 


WUIbmu^ P., 


Brrfl. 


/Jihm. 


rrniH* ft«M. 




(Mioliiln. 


McRr««r>. 


Iltnm, 


Murrmt. 


lliMiker, 


Olmatnl, 


ltaAnft'»ti. 


rayoe. 


!!«•'?. 


r.>n<irk. K. R.. 


JuD«*, 


IVivHI. 


Kaafaiftn. 


KnMfll. J. II.. 


KitUmrnr, 


.H««jrr. 


taoc. 


naytr^ 


Urklii. 


MirrlMlt. 


t4«»«. 


K|«rk.. 


Mall 1*00, 


Ktuiifiinl. 


Mat be r. 


Tb(>lM|M<»ri, 


MHVtmti'k, 


Trmul. 



#"// MUltlM SHOP ASh OTMili ri: H IICAL issriii I //o.V 



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I»««t>rtt, 

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SUMMER CRUISE, 1888. 17 

FimHh C7<iM— Continued. 

BTerbart, Nerille, Signor, 

Gtirtley, Price, Snow, 

Gibbe» 6. F., lUdford, Spear, 

Holmei, Risingi SoIliTan, 

Kochenperger, RItter, Taylor, 

Latimer, Ruhm, Treadwell, 

McDonald, Byan, E. D., Vogelgesang, 

McVay, Byan, J. P. J., WiUiamf, G. W., 

Moffett, Sanndera, Ziegemeier. 

HoM^ L. H., Schofleld, 

SV3IMARY. 

On board United States practice^ip Conetellntian 142 

On board United States ship Saidee 44 

Total ^ 186 



SYNOPSIS OF THE CRUISE. 



CONSTELLATION. 

€onimijsioned June 1 , 188^. 

Cadets embarked June 9, 188S. 

Sailed from Annapolis June 14, 18b8. 

Went to sea June 21, 1888. 

Arrived in Gardiner*s Bay June 23. 

Cruised in Long Island Sound, between New London, Conn., Newport, R. I., and Gardiner's Bay until August 

18. 
Arrired in Hampton Roads Augnst 23, and at Annapolis August 29. 
Cadets disembarked August 29. 



11295—2 



RELATIVE STANDING OF NAVAL CADETS AT THE ANNUAL 

EXAMINATION, JUNE, 1888, 



P demole* fhiftieaUg diajmal^fled for At nand aervice. 

f Fou»d d^fieienlf aOowed a Tt-€xammatiom, fOMttA, and ctmtbnud icilk ctam. 

X thmmd drfieimt, aUovctd a re-txamimatipm^ •pom df/Uieml^ and rrcommended to b* dropjttti. 

^ tbmmd d^fitietJL, and nconnmemded to he dropped, 

a dewiU* ahtence from examimatiim. 

Clas9 of naval cadeiB appointed lS83f performing requireil 9ervice afloat. 



•1 

*3 
4 



5 




7 
8 
1» 
10 

n 

12 
13 
14 
15 
10 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
'22 
23 
24 
25 
26 
27 
28 
2U 
30 
31 
32 
^33 
34 



35 



3G 
37 
38 
39 
4<) 
41 
42 
i:\ 



Xinn<f 



Stocker, Bobert^: _ 

Hibbih Fruk Warren V. 

Snow, Elllot« 

Docker, Benton Clark 

Bristol, Mark Lamb«rt 

"VVella, Benjamin Warner, jr 

McCuUy, Newton Alexander, Jr 

Burke, Walter Safford 

Cloke, William Snelling 

Steanid, Ben Wade 

Bertolett^, Levi CalWn . 

Hnrlbnt, Samuel Ray 

Mottle, Edward, jr 

Bryan, Ilenry Franri* 

ilcMillan, WIlHam Graham 

Durell, Iklward Hovey 

Logan, George Wood . 

Long, Andrew Theodore 

Brom*n, Ford Uopkins 

Peckham, Henry Lincoln - 

Washington, Thomas - 

Scale*, Archibald Henderson 

Stone, Clarence Morton . — 

Churchill, Creighton 

Daris, An:hibald HlllJaixi 

Johnston, Charles Ernest ,— 

Draper, Herbert Lemuel . — 

Bonghter, Francis 

Blue, Virt«r 

Pigott, Michael Boyston 

Eilmondiji, Samuel Preston 

Bnrrage, Guy Hamilton « 

Ruiisell, Frank Mead.— . 

Allen, Henry Asa 

Jackson, Richard Harrison 

Swanstrom, Frederick Emil 

Cochran, Claude Stanley 

Ballingor, James Grey . 

(^ralg, C'uliu Samuel 

Hutl^ou, Charlei* Edward 

MusoIhv, Willifun Branch 

Yunng, LouiH le Sawiier 

O'Hallor.in, Thoniam Midiael 



State from which appointed. 



I 



: Date of admis- 
I sion. 



Minnesota . «^.. 

Minnesota 

UUh Territory _. 

Illinoia.. 

New Jersey 

Illinois 

South Carolina _ 

Hlinois 

New Jersey 

Iowa 

Delaware ' 

Connecticut 

Montana 

Ohio 

North Carolina 

Massachusetts 

Ohio.- _ 

North Carolina.. 

Rhode Island 

North Carolina ^^ 

North Carolina 

Indiana 

MiSBOUl^ ' 

North Carolina - | 

Ohio I 

Kansas ' 

Pennsylvania ! 

South Carolina 

Massachusetts i 

Missouri J. 

Massachusetts 

Pennyalvania 

Wisconsin - 

Alabama . I 

Minnesota 

Ohio... _— 

Kantias 

Iowa 

Arkauiias 

Texat 

Louisiana 

PennMylvauia 



Sept. 4,1883 
Sept. 4,1883 
Sept. 4,1883 
May 17, 1883 
May 10,1883 
May 17.1883 
May 19,1883 
May 17, 1883 
May 17,1883 
May 17, 1883 
Sept. 4,1883 
Sept. 4,1883 
June 17, 1882 
Stay 2,1883 
8«'pt. 4,1K83 
May 17.1883 
Sept. 3,1883 
May 17,1883 
May 17, 1883 
Blay 17,1883 
May 17,1883 
May 10,1883 
Sept. 25, 1883 
Sept, 4,1883 
May 17, 1883 
May 17, 1883 
Sept. 6,1883 
May 17, 1883 
Sept. 6,1883 
Sept. 20, 1883 
May 19,1883 
S<>pt. 6,1883 
May 19, 1883 
Sept. 4,1883 
.Tune 4,1883 
Sept. 6,1883 
Sept. 4,1883 
S4^pt. «,1883 
Slay 17,1883 
Sept. 4,1883 
Sopt. n,18JW 
Sept. 6,1 
May '• 



li 



20 



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6 

1 

c 






N«ni 



RELATIVE STANDING, 



Cla9$ appointed iu 1884, 3o mrmbm. 



Statu. 



li«U of Ad* 
mURion. 



•1 Tmii«at«nillUiiB!l*wtoa 

•3 , MarbU, rrmak 

.1 Wilhur. Curtl* I>«ii:bt 

4 R<iYM»rlM>n. A^lilrj ll^rmao 

5 BrittAln, CmrXn ftttnaparU* 

C Morir»a, Tn^rj ltn»t •• 

7 <V'«'. WiUuuit Mi<h% I 

H Mtll<*r, Mad M« Kviifi 

9 lf»yti»nl, (J«siT.:f» \<»rth 

lo K<i-t*'r, O^ar Wlllinin 

It ItMWIik. IMvtrth M'lUoti 

I'i llubharl, Jutio KUtrl 

J3 I^J^imr, Jtthn \r l»"r 

14 lb>l>i* n^ *<amu>-i "^lir Umrn 

|.% (luijilSr. U->«1 llorwiff .... 

ir. lUrtmlli, Artun 

1? Innate, <'Un*iir*' l^itii* A'triAti 

IH IW ttltAitt, llrurv Ki^nnnlj .. 

!.♦ W«rt, Enir«t l>lwftnl 

•j» llu^hr*, (TimM FrrOrnc 

'^1 Norton. Albrrl LrUixi _. 

'22 MaAiH, Lrn<7 Attfvflttt*. .. 

tS Aik-n. '^ma*! Jatn<4 .. .. 

34 r,.lr, LM Krlli.y 

1& AiHl-r«*ta, ]>i«iia JoBiiJi . 

S< rnnklla. Wllltem B^Hl 

!f7 lUM, Jaair* ttrarf 

:» c>mm«r, MnAft Warf»n 

'J9 8ik kiM>f , HvraMUi OMaau 

311 tlff» h. Ed« v4 UUiD»r 

^1 llMvIt, tn^^riek BrviMUr. jr 

aj G*lr«, Urffl^rt GivovlIU 

33 ll»nrur,Jfci««IlMil«>t ... 

.11 Wil»7. Il«>»fjr ATUmU% 

iS Kaa*, TlMwdom l*tiffl«r ^. 



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lUlnoU 

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rriiii«^hiLrita. 



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««H>nrU 

MahUimI 

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! IlltDitlt 

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Stm York 

! Xldi titan .«.. .. 
I X«w Y€*rk. -...., 

M«« Yufk 



S.j.t. 4, 
8rpt, 4. 
Mayli'. 
Sri>l. 4. 
May lU. 
. S'lU. 4, 
Mo> m 
l«-pt 4. 
M*> I". 
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Ma; A 

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JJ^-pt 4, 

Si'i>t 4« 

Way 27. 

' Srj.l. 4. 
Se|.t. 4, 

. S^|»l. 4, 
Ma> »\ 
May IP. 
Sept. 4, 
May l*. 

. MavI7, 
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li.».4 

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CLASS APPOINTED IN 1884. 



21 



performing required $ereice afloat. 



Ag9 at date 




















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22 


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9 


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132 


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17 


10 


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10 


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6 


10 


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31 


8 


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10 


15 


8 


18 


14 


22 


13 


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16 


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2 


5 


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11 


17 


2 


12 


15 


15 


11 


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32 


3 


28 


67 


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17 


4 


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30 


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18 


24 


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20 


16 


16 


29 


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18 


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10 


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23 


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33 


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6 


19 


17 


10 


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13 


9 


6 


8 


12 


7 


8 


5 


8 


20 


17 


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24 


17 


27 


19 


18 ! 


13 


6 


10 


16 


1 


20 


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3 


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6 


27 


18 


17 


24 


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52 


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18 


19 


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14 


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18 


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19 


22 


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20 


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16 


29 


7 


14 


24 


17 


10 


31 


33 


27 


27 


31* 


6 


33 


33 


99 


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1 


20 


25 


16 


3 


27 


20 


80 


24 


17 


29 


26 


26 


68 


7 


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14 


9 


33 


27 


24 


33 


32 


36 


36 


15 


28 


5 


8 


27 


16 


6 


24 


21 


26 


84 


26 


29 


22 


18 


30 


6 


8 


28 


16 


8 


26 


34 


32 


29 


29 


6 


26 


9 


16 


5 


8 


29 


16 


10 


32 


19 


31 


31 


34 


24 


28 


23 


42 


7 


20 


30 


15 


4 


27 


30 


S3 


36 


24 


34 


21 


26 


58 


7 . 


20 


31 


17 


4 


34 


32 


29 


23 


26 ' 


29 


20 


30 


89 


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32 


17 


7 


27 


35 


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20 


30 


32 


94 


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20 


33 


16 


3 


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21 


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31 


18 


24 


32 


21 


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7 


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15 


2 


27 


21 


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17 


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31 


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22 



RELATIVE STANDING, 






Fir^t cla** 



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M«l«*. 



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31 Ablrrmti, Kni4H4 Dl»OlI»jr.-_... 

IS nrmtbluiw, <t«^ir]r» Brtiwa ...... 

2t lir»n(l. (Imrl4*« AuiniatJn«> 

27 r«n>«-f , R«ilirrl Km<«t 

« <%>lr, Allium <«rf5 

7 l^nfunh, <*4Nirit* W«*liinKt«*ti 

ai iNjlt'M. UoUrl MrMilUi* 

r.l rtrmiT. (t'orjc** L<»rko .._, 

» liilUr. Urn ll«Urd 

•I ■•kwA, Blrkami4 rtariM ... 

.1 ll'iir. Arthur lUlnliritls* 

A IlQt«Iii*«m, B^iijAinin rmiikhn . 

17 K*l*rr, IxmiIn %nll)i>riy 

t Kirk«G«ufc«>«illUm. 

• Kilt* 11^, hotiirif r KIt ......... 

.91 U»(ic« (liarira Grant 

!'• L«>«n4l««, iUl«anl Katlflffp 

II LorM, l^«u rUrk* 

1« M»r|».iii^atl. H iiium I>ucB>tl 

M >lii;rut)t r. TltoHA* l*l«kptt...... 

II M«M<-n. (rtx t<«< |Ut|ih 

24 Mil. h'U. (••••rr^Grmnt 

11 N^«ii*i^iin. Ibrtniin f^lArtAJiurji... 

\ X«iii •», I^Hite M<«'..» 

:i inn T. < UUM \VU n 

I<» Wt! '11, JoNn Bnaoo 

i.» Plir'|«i, Willuni W4VMl««nl. ..... 

• IVfttt. WtlliAm %*Afflr . .... . 

13 l^«>.*«ka, Jtiliu* .. ......... 

9 B-«k, *»«"ftr«' ll» nrjr .... 

If iV ^I'l^t.'r. I.< «ii« Rof ••'{h ... 

n T» »t««ti»', Wiirr»n J«? . 

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M«M«rliUM«tl* 
' Mirhliran.. . 
' tHilo 

N>w Vork 

Mi»lMirt>i 

IitdtAMi 

Virrf'iu* 

Ii><)l«na... ... 

I rk>iith Citri'llttii 
I MarvUtMl . .. , 

M«iti«'.. . _ 
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May 2S. 

.H#|»l. 4, 
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t^pt. \ 
N»pL 7. 
Srpt.iH, 
Hr|it. 4. 
Maj 31. 

hrj.t. ft. 

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M«; 1». 

S-j.!. 7, 
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N-|«» •. 
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seH, a, 
j«^t.t. 7, 
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May 1U. 
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Ma; I 'J. 



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FIRST CLASS. 



23 



36 members. 



Ago at date 
of admiadun. 



Order of merit In— 





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g 


8 


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16 


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21 


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42 


44 


39 


44 


82 


5 


S 


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16 


10 


28 


43 


4 


36 


70 


5 




22 


17 


7 


45 


33 


39 


37 


72 


2 


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37 


16 


3 


2 


6 


3 


1 


2 


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4* 


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6 


54 


42 


60 


27 


66 


I 


2 


51 


15 


4 


25 


7 


29 


62 


117 


5 


05 


19 


17 


6 


28 


29 


41 


32 


58 


2 20 


31 


15 


11 


34 


38 


36 


22 


50 


2 1 20 


36 


14 


7 


14 


58 


29 


30 


57 


2 . '20 


30 


18 





58 


39 


61 


59 


108 


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28 


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47 


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1 


28 


16 


8 


in 


y 


2.) 


37 


72 


5 


5 


18 


16 


8 


43 


47 


34 


60 


1 100 


3 


21 


45 


17 


6 


63 


GO 


52 


70 


1 

152 


1 


2 


562 


. 16 


8 


16 


24 


24 


66 


133 


* 


ill 


26 


17 


10 


52 


31 


49 


11 


24 


2 


20 


42 


16 


10 


50 


4T 


29 


34 


66 


2 


10 


43 


15 


7 


45 


49 


20 


6 


19 


2 


20 


32 


17 


6 


48 


70 


68 


7 


20 


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17 


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2 


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15 


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57 


59 


48 


71 


inc 


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32 


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43 


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25 


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61 


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57 


27 


56 


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52 


53 


54 


65 


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60 


41 


58 


107 


5 


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49 


16 


4 


4 


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8 


33 


60 


2 


20 


12 


17 


2 


58 


67 


67 


45 


84 


2 


15 


\ 


16 


7 


38 


35 


54 


42 


80 


5 


5 


44 


17 


3 


21 


34 


35 


39 


75 


5 5 


29 


17 


1 


56 


27 


51 


16 


44 


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9 


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57 


46 


63 


118 


2 


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^58 


17 


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55 


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46 


85 


1 


6 


65 


14 


6 


35 


51 


36 


G9 


148 


2 


6 


47 


16 


4 


35 


55 


27 


39 


75 


5 


5 


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1 


17 


7 


13 


81 


22 


35 


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2 


20 


23 


17 


11 


28 


45 


45 


18 


46 


5 


5 


40 


18 





12 


11 


1 


47 


88 


2 


15 


6« 


16 


9 


48 


60 


61 


50 


92 


■ 

1 


2 


54 


16 


8 


16 


19 


14 


9 


22 


2 


16 


16 


16 


6 


50 


54 


64 


49 


90 


2 


20 


53 


16 


10 


11 


IS 


12 


56 


98 


5 


5 


9 


17 


8 


70 


12 


69 


30 


57 


5 


6 


52 


16 


10 


65 


67 


23 


27 


66 


2 


6 


t 


16 


7 


16 


16 


16 


23 


51 


2 


6 


15 


16 


4 


33 


9 


9 


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48 


2 


17 


13 



28 



RELATIVE STANDING, 



Third 



Nttiur. 



i^Utr. 



P»t« of Ml- 

ttilMlun. 



25 

♦ 

f 

t 
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14 



RmiI, Hilton Eogvo*.. 

Raie, Vllliam Jiun«« 

BichAnla, G^t>t%f^ 

lUd^ljr, Randolph ^ 

RobliMon, Soty 

BaklMB* JoliB K«*l«r 

Rovrtt, Juho llowanl 

RtMM»n, EdnKnl (Uotiin 

S4>nD, Tliomui Ji>nr« 

hhv|wril, (•«^)r|;« Ilngh 

Smith, lUrrj Eaton 

fUaltk* U9mrj OfirUb .... 
Smith, Lurlrn GrvmthouM ._ 
Spftrkman, HotUtaa Tbomaa. 

^mun% Clark Duili«l 

Hyphtr, Jay H»to ... 

Tbeall, ClUha 

Trichto, Edw»nl 

Watt« Skkari a«niui — 

WelU, Cbratcr 

Wn lard, Arthur L4HI 

WmiMM, Diun 

MaJkm^ Tnmk Mtkw 



lona 

TexM 

Ohio... 



»ppt. 

_ StpL 

Sept, 

■ Sept. 



Alal«m« -,... Maj 

Michigan ._ May 

Pwonvyhaiila . i 8«|»t. 

Georgia . . .....,,._..- 8ept. 

Houth rnroltna May 

WlKuniln • Sept. 

Ohio May 

Ohio I ' Sei*. 

ItSiooli.,. . June 

South C«n)Una Sept. 

Mkhlgan Sept, 

Arlaoiia Sept, 

KewYork , May 

IlllnoU May 



rennpyhaitl* ..._ .. Sept. 



PannayWanla .. . 

MiMOuri ... 

Ohio 

Pvnn«ylvaola..^ . 




ft, IWC 
fi. IMT 

Sl.lK«7 

jw», iwr 

87, IMT • 

7,1**: 

19. 19K7 
37, IWC 

20, 1W7 
ft, HWT 

u, imrr 

ft. IMTI 

6, 1»T ' 
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SflVlMT ' 
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7, lMr7 I 



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THIRD CLASS, 



29 



71 member» — Continued. 



Age 


at dmta of ad- 
miflrion. 






Order of morit 










1 
1 


Sea-serrioo in pntc- 
tice-ehips. 










« 

1 




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g 
1 




• 

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g 

5 




French and Span ish . 




1 

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1 
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1 


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1 




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1 
1 


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17 




10 




20 




39 




21 




4 




18, 




2 




20 




2.-1 




17 




6 




01 




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60 




57 , 




103 1 




t 




20 




61 




15 




1 




fiO 




49 




(» 




52 




96 




1 




2 




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16 




10 




65 




69 




70 




01 




110 




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I 




16 









6.') 




6.-. 




(» 




08 




139 




5 




5 




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16 




6 




3 




1 




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48 ' 




89 




5! 




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16 




8 




40 




4 




47 




21 




52 




2 

1 




20 




21 




17 




9 




40 




30 




25 




67 , 




134 




2 1 




20 




34 




15 




5 




40 




26 




38 




51 




95 




6 




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15 









6 




17 




19 




63 




97 




1 




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17 




17 




5 




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52 


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26 




54 




6 









50 




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20 




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6 




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20 




7 




13 




37 




1 

6 

1 




5 




10 




17 




9 


1 


9 




40 




11 




12 




34 




1 

2, 




20 




20 




17 




8 




15 




14 




9 


t 


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8 




1 
2, 




20 




8 




16 




6 




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87 




43 


1 
1 


42 




80 




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1 




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61 




58 


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66 




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16 


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27 




64 




65 




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18 




9 




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30 



FOURTH CLASS. 



Fpmrtk claw — 89 memher$. 



Aire ftt d*t« uf 
Mlmiailoii. 



S«-«'4«>nri(-«< lit 



Katur. 



HUU*. 



Ihkteof 
ailmtMlon. 



Allrii. riuirl** 

Arfaoti, lCdf(Br KmniflU.........* 

Iteini, LMiuroo«fty.^.. 

ll«tl,W«lt»r 

Baanutt, l*hllip MlctiMl 

BenrH, John l>iiucai.. 

n««Wy, Wattrr Pciftmm , . . 
Btek»t7. Juhn Hum^U Yoans- .. 

RolCwood, Lttf-itw .^.. .. 

mpnlra, Th<4nA* Mir]>|«rd . 

RrKMnrUxf, Ji'«r|iliC«iN*n .. 
iNunpbvIl, JtmryU IUnilol|4i . . . 

4l»Mli«wurtir. iui|4i rollin* 

ChiUU, Alli^rt IVrrtn _ 

( hUff hill. I'mkridc Autfuvlua. 
r«ilrnuin, Jatorv S«niot>( ...... 

t'urlrii, J44<n . , 

|t«vK Au*1*ii RiMkwrll 

lNl«MuO. Orr^i r; <«l<l«rll.. ..^ 
|l««*i«i, Wiilt4in 4li»rli*«. ^ .. 
{••y, G**<-r«r* < sivl !!...«.». . ... 
Uaiinf ti*Miiiil»'v l^ilirn .. .. 

IVrUfUai, lit* li*r«l ^|M^trr . .. 

CvtiM, llt«M> II %... ... . 

Krnni*>n« liooier l^ti<>ir 

(^ftihlr, Aaruii Lklii«titi-rK«'r... 
<i«rtli, Jmdm Jr ffrnnii 

(MX«d«lo, LfPtmsnl. 

Ila*t<t«tt< li. lUi m%n*4 IH lAnry . 

lltnM), J«>liu l'i>r» . 

II(4*liiftlK WilllAfli Kdwanl 

llMAtr. J»nw« (.ttn«n 

Iliilbtt(t<w, llti««nl Wilh«nw... 

llaaBTf. < t««rU« LiiKoln . .., 

JfblMl IT*. J'Wf.b . . 

J««r!l, t i.«r>*« Tli><«l>>«v 
Jwo*^ lb riah Ktl««BMl.... ... 

krl*« eg, Mvarit <MauUy 

Kill-' ill*'. J«»»|»l» r^M.'l'l^r 

Lark.n. R* #»«r lk<iui|«rtr 

!<•••, 1»»^»J f* Il't.ry . 

M* h t., 1 1 ir'** I'sriia ... 

Ila.i>*>'»i, •••■ '«» ...., ... 

I|«bl. •!, Ha t<r Jaiii « 

HatliT, <•• r*-il.i**'ft 

M 4 > '•.. i. i\ • •null |b*tiarti 

V 1h , • :. J « |4« l^'lttrl .. 

M \«*^<-. 1 .b 

%l U ••? II r*- ti tii*« •nil 

M •• • •# , f Ml I <«<*»l 
1 tl I* . »• ll> • 



I 
I 

I 



Ohio ' JUr. 16, 

PvniMjrlvuahi j May 18, 

IndiftM »*>iA. «, 

j S9W Yorti I Hept. 0^ 

' M«orl«nil 'May St, 

Ohio I 8rpt. 7, 

TmnfMr*..^ S^. IQ, 

Pi^niwylvanlft .... S(»|>t. 2tt, 

Kmm April 4, 

LooUlABa ' t(e|ic. 2A, 

KtfDturky \^*^- 6f 

_ ~, t^l<. *iit, 

Maine May XI. 

|Vtiiif> Ivauia i^i'l. 0, 

I Ml»«Hir1 . . . N<pt. 7, 

' Ahiliania t^i<. C, 

I Trm* h«|l. •, 

• VIrirlnia ' May l^ 

<2«Hirxia . . - . I May 21, 

. Mi«a>arl Nay '^A 

lit— .MtH Hf\4, fl, 

Vrnnont Jlay ll», 

Maiti«t May 19, 

<*«*orda Mtt> |v, 

Klortita S#|t. ,■», 

N«»rih Can'itiA . M i> .'I. 

Iiuluina Sr|.t. .\ 

MlM..nrl ...,., May 1». 

MiMiMifpi .... ...... May Ih, 

l*rnn*>l«aiiia...... Maj 1^, 

, l«UhuT«mtury >«'pt. 2*». 

K«nliirky _ May SI, 

MlMiiurl, .. . Sr(.i. ii, 

Tr|ilt««««^ .. ...«._. Juii* !•», 

PriiM*} 1**11 la ^Mmy Itf, 

Nrw llani|«ililr«< M«i 21, 

Virinii« "ml 7, 

At Ur^;!- M«v I'l, 

IN lilt . \l Ur^f M«> 14. 

N»» ^..ik ... M** |«, 

X»w \.frk ?*.|l. \ 

• Mill. Ml* 21. 

r>M'i«f l*aitUi Juwf t. 

\ ir^i iia M a^ ;2I. 

luiliaita . . ^ I ( '•, 

I «i»ii»^ i»t lit ,. . M«« |», 

>■ • ^.-rk *»• j-t ::••. 

, N.^rtti i «!•■ lua H«« Jl. 

I ..••!. '«! A "*•»■• •!, 
S. « J. rwt k|«> .i, 
>•« ^.-rk V«« t<*, 

II '«i •« „ •WJ4 7, 

Kik'i»4i* . . ^ 1 1 c, 

W«<l,«n«t "I'mt'-M M»i !• 

•n r, • "^ I I I. 

N • ) rk M«i .1 

M •» III "^ 1 1 • 



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FOURTH CLASS. 



31 



Fourth Claag — 89 members — Continued. 



Xaine. 



State. 



Pate »>f 
adiniwion. 



Olmsted, Perry Xapler 

l*ayne, Frr.*d Bunniiville 

Pollanl, jr., Clmrles Teod 

Pollock. Emmett Riddle ^_, 

Porter, John Singleton ^ 

Powell, William Glasgow 

Prinple, Joel ]lob(>rt8 Polnat^tt 

Kandolph, William Browne 

Rii*e, Arthur ' 

Kidgely, Kandulph 

Boduej', Wanfn - 

Rasscll, jr., John Henry 

Sawyer, Frederick Lew{« ' 

Sawyer, Jotfiah Grigg ' 

Sayers, Roliert* 

Srott, Gay Terrel 

tibaW, fimliam I 

Sheehan, Jamee ' 

Sparks, William Wiley j 

8ter]ing, jr., Yates i 

Stitt, Thomas Luta 

fitopfonl, Frederick William 

Swigart, Raymond Belt 

'Symington, Powers 

Thomp««>n, John Haynes ._ 

Thompson, Leon Seymour 

Tmnt, Frederick Augustus 

Vail, Thomas Holdup Steyens 

Valentine, William Stanley 

Wager, George Peter 

Waldron, Hugh .-_ -_— _ 

Wedekind, George 

ZillmAn, Christian G^^arles Herman. 



Oregon 

New York 

Texas 

Illinois - _ 

Tennessee 

New Jemey 

Illinois 

New York 

Indiana 

Georgia 

Texas 

At large 

Illinois 

Illinois 

Virginia 

West Virginia.- 

Pennsylvania 

New York 

Keutuckj' 

Massachusetts 

Indiana 

Mowachusetts 

Iowa 

West Virginia 

California 

Ohio 

Connecticut 

New Mexico 

New York 

Texas 

New York 

New York 

Missouri 



May 
May 

Sept. 
May 
Sept 
May 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept 
May 
S<'pt. 
May 
Blay 
Sept. 
Sept. 
May 
May 
Sept. 
Sept. 
May 
Sept 
Sept 
Sept 
May 
May 
Sept 
Sept; 
Sept 
Sept. 
Sept 
Sept 



21, 1888 

21, 1888 
25, 1888 
18,1888 
25,1888 
18, 1888 

6, 1888 

6,1888 

7,1888 

6, 1888 

C, 1888 

18, 1888 

(S 1888 

i.0, 1888 

lU, 1888 

5, 1888 

6, 1888 
21,1888 

22, 1888 

6, 1888 
5, 1888 

li>, 1888 
5, 1N88 

7, 1888 
27, 1888 
21, 1888 
1», 1888 
25,1888 

A,1B88 
6,1888 

29,1888 
5,1888 

27, 1888 



Afff at date of 
adinitwion. 



§ 



Resigned. 



16 
10 
16 
15 
16 
16 

iri 

17 
17 
16 
17 
16 
17 
16 
17 
14 
14 
15 
16 
16 
15 
15 
17 
15 
14 
14 
16 
17 
16 
17 
17 
16 
17 






10 

9 



5 

8 

8 

7 



3 

11 

1 

6 

4 

11 

10 

6 

7 

8 

5 

4 

1 

7 

11 

11 

10 



11 

9 

2 



2 

6 

8 



Sea-iir»rvire in 
practicc-ehiiRf. 



o 
?7 



31 



2 
2 



2 
2 



2 
2 



2 



2 
2 



20 
20 

2» 

2(V 



20 

210 
20 



20 
20 



20 



20 
80 



SUMMARY OF CADETS AT THE U. S. NAVAL ACADEMY. 



November 1, 1888. 

First class - — — -__ IW member a 

Secon<f class - 43memben. 

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Third claw - — — 65 memben. 

Fourth class 89 memben. 

Total 2:J3 



JProiSTUKXTS, DISCfijnfSES, BKSJGXATIOyS, DISMISSAIJi. 

Oitobrr 25, 18H7, to Ovlohrr 2r», 1888. 



Ai»POINTKI> KNHKiXh. \\ 8. XAVY. 

V»Tal Cftdet (iiH>r};(» Itreed.clasH of IHKf). 

N»Tal Csdet WillUin IlMinnm Urnhb Ballard. clnM of 1H86. 

Kaval Cadet WrUter Appleton Edfi^ar, clana of 18^1 

K»val Cad«t Joseph Wallare Oinan^claBA of IHXIi. 

Kaval Cadet Philip Andrews. cIom of 18><4>. 

Naval Cadet William Harry FouMt.cloHa of IHKi;. 

Naval Cadet Harold Kenitde Iliues, clans of 188<;. 

Naval Cadet Willard I^nis Dodd. clans of 1H8<{. 

Naval (*adet Harry Edgerton KnniM'y. cIomh of 18Mi. 

Naval Cadet Kyland IHIlanl Timlale. clans of 18w;. 

Naval Cadet Sainiiel Melchoir StHte« class of 1884>. 

Naval Cadet Friend William J<«nkins. vUm of 18H(i. 

Naval (*ailet lieor^r KrAnklin ('(M>|H*r.V1aMi of IKMi. 

llO\OI{\lll Y niMllAltOKP. 

NaxalCadH William Howell (*uld« oil. clanK of I8)<«; June IMT, llSKK 

Naval Cadet Kdwin Van l><MiM«n Johnnon.claMM of 1886 Jane 2)0, IKS8 

Naval Ca4trt Kd ward Taylor Wit liersiMMiu. class of 188t; Jane 90, l)o<8 

Naval Ca4let Francis Adrn>ert l-evl*. class of 188»; Jnne 90, 1K88 

NavaH*adet John Taylor McMillan. cloM of I8w; Jnne 90,1888 

Naval Cadet Cornelius ('anfleld Billinirs.cIaMi of 18XIS Jnne 90, ifeli 

Naval Cadet John titveen Kerry, class of iMMi June 90, 1888 

Naval Cailet 8amnel itlark Wiumro. class of 188(» Jano 90, 1888 

Naval Cadat l>avid May YonnR.rta'ui of IWMJ Jnne .^, 1888 

A«AITIH(* A4TIOX <» llir >AV\ OErAKTIiKNT. 

Naval Cadet Fiedriirk Norton Kress.claaA of 188Ik 
Naval (*adet (M^orye Fmlenrk Hawk. class of 18MIS. 

HKSlUNKh. 

NavalCadeiAlesandrr Thompson, claaa of 1885 March 1, 1888 

Naval Cadet John Noble Uriswotd, class of 1H8B May 19,1888 

^alCaaM(*harlr* Allen, fonrth class Feb. », 188H 

99 



SUMMARY OF CADETS — RESIGNED. 33 



'Naval Cad«t Edj^ar Emmett Alison , fourth class Feb. 7 

Naval Cadet William Peter Baya, first class Feb. 17 

Naval Cadet Joseph Cabell Breckinridge, fourth class Jan. 24 

Naval Cadet Allen Merriam Cook, fourth class Feb. 1 

Naval Cadet ('harles Stanhope Cotton, fourth class Feb. 3 

Naval Cadet John Curlett, fourth class Feb. 1 

Naval Cadet Austin Kock well Davis, fourth class Feb. 6 

Naval Cadet Wile^y Sims Embrey, third class Oct. 9 

Naval Cadet Edward Gaines, second class Jan. 19 

Naval Cadet (ieorge Fort Ui blis, third class Oct. 17 

Naval Cadet Clarence Dyer (lilchrist, fourth class June 29 

Naval Cadet Leonard Goodwin, fourth class Feb. 9 

Naval Cadet Frank Holland, third class June 29 

Naval Cadet Adrian Lorenzo Home, third class Feb. 1 

Naval Cadi't Beiiah Ellwood Jones, fourth class Feb. 6 

Naval Cadet Joseph Coolldge Kilboume, fourth class Feb. 6 

Naval Cadet William Lycurgus Lancaster, fourth class June 13 

Naval Ca<let Rozier Bonaparte Larkin , fourth class Feb. 6 

Naval ( 'adet Joseph Allen Leeds, fourth class Feb. 4 

Naval Cadet Will Walker Leonard, thinP class June 29 

Naval Cadet Frederick Nelson Lew is, second class Feb. 3 

Naval Cadet Robeson Lea Low, fourth class Feb. 6 

Naval Cadet Robert McKeage, fourtU class Feb. 6 

Naval Cadet Herbert Ellsworth McReavy , fourth class Feb. 1 

Naval Cadet John Carey Malone, fourth class Nov. 16 

Naval Ca<let George Henry Meudell, Jr., second class Jan. 24 

Naval Cadet Clarence Sidney Merrill, fourth class Nov. 28 

Naval Cadet Charles Kemp Murphey , fourth class Feb. 9 

Naval Cadet Walter Smith Norton, third class Oct. 13 

Naval Cadet George William Nott, fourth class Feb. 1 

Naval Cadet Frank Theophilus Okell, third class Feb. 1 

Naval Cadet Letcher Owsley, fourth class Jan. 24 

Naval Cadet William Yulee Perry, third class Dec. 28 

Naval Cadet Edwin Rnfus Quimby, second class Feb. 15 

Naval Cadet Henry Warren Raunos, third class Nov. 18 

Naval Cadet Randolph Ridgoly , fourth class June 6 

Naval Cadet Maurice Sass, fourth class Feb. 9 

Naval Cadet Robert Say ers, fourth class Oct. 17 

Naval Cadet William Henry Seymour, second class Jan. 28 

Naval Cadet John Lutmar Souie, third class June 13 

Naval Cadet Van Dyke Todd, fourth class Feb. 6 

Naval Cadet Cully Fleming Thomas, second class April 4 

Naval Cadet George Creighton Ward, third. class June 13 

Naval Cadet William Lewis Wallm:, fourth class Fob. 6 

Naval Cadet George Wedekind^ fourth class Feb. 6 

Naval Cadet Van Wy ck Weaver, fourth class Nov. 25 

Naval Cadet John Clinton Williams, fourth class Feb. 1 



1888 
1888 
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1888 
1888 
1888 
1888 
1888 
1888 
1888 
1888 
1888 
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1888 
1887 
1888 
1888 
1888 
1888 
1888 
1888 
1888 
1888 
1888 
1888 
1887 
1888 



DISMISSED. 

Naval Cadet Charles Voorhees Butler, third class Feb. 7, 1888 

DIED. 

Naval Cadet John William Dinges, second class Sept. 19, 1888 

11295—3 



MKRIT-ROLLS FOR 1887-88. 



Mtrit-roih, made out annual! jf for each cla*a, thow the proficiency of the ca<Ui$ in tnch 
branch of Mind y. The numbrrH giren in Ihe tahfr^ page 63, ghotcing thr relative freight of 
the difrreni branehes, are used om coejfinentM ; ihe final mark in each branch (on a Bcale of 
A) being multiplifd hg the number OMtigned to that branch. The §um of the product*^ after 
adding thr multiple for conduct , l« thi final mark of the cadet for the gear. 

In the case of cadet § teho take an adrani^d course in ang branch, the final mark in that 
branch i« drterminod bg adding to the final mark received In the required courte one-fifth of 
the amount bg Khich the final mark in the adrancat course exceeds 2.50. 

/n the graduating m*rit-roll, the final standing for the course in determined bg the •mm of 
the gearlg mark; 

**Cadrla trho attain H.*» jper ctut, of thr multiple iu aug gear shall be distinguished bg a 
star afijtd to thir names on the merit-rolls.*' — ( Urgulations U, S. Xaral Academg, ^ \M>.) 

The diploman of tadtim whose final marks on the graduating mcrii-roll are not less than 
K-i per r*nt.of the maximum, read ** passed teith distinction ;** those whose final marks art 
beiwren 74 per cent, and Ho per cent, of tht maximum read ** passed with credit;** and those 
whose final mark* art bftwten tl2j per cent, and 74 per cent, of the maximum read *^ passed,^ 

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39 



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c 



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8 

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10 
11 
12 
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14 
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17 
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26 
27 
28 
29 
30 
31 
32 
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34 
35 
36 
37 

38 

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Thonaa F. Sshai 

Lftwreaee Spear 

Noah T. Coleaaa 

Hearjr J. ZiefOMtler 

John V. Chaae 

ClelaDd Davis 

Frank H. Hcholleld 

Matt. H. Signor 

William H. Back 

George W. Williams 

John M. Blankenthlp 

Alonxo Gartley 

CharlM T. Vogelgenng 

ChariM B. MeVay _ . 

William A. Snow 

Urban T. IXolmM .*c 

Dauclo Bailo.T 

Liiy II. Ev«»rhart— _ 

Montgomery M. Ti^ylor 

William A. Moffett _. 

Lawreorc H. Moseg. 

AHMTtnH W. Catlin _ . 

aando B. Price. «f. — _. 

Franklin 8. RiMug 

Tfaoma«C. Treadwell — 

LudnM A. llostwick -, 

John H.Dayton 

Cyrus S. RndfonL. 

CbarlM (>. Bond 

Franklin B. SnlUvan - 

John R. Edio - 

Wendell r. Neville 

John W. DingeH> 

Doctor E. I)ii<mnkcs_*..j|^ 

William T. Saunders. 

Engeno D. Ryan 

Erwin H. McDonald 

Julius L. lAtimcr 

Ooorge F. Gibbfl 

Heury 8. Ritter 

Frank H. Kocherspcrgur* 

Frederick L. Katon»-— 

Frank Holland 

John P. J. Byau 

Frederick W. Ballnchmider 

OcorgeC. Ward — — . 

John L. Soule -— . 

Walt4!r .S. Norton 



46.08 
44.04 
44.76 
44.28 
42.36 
40.06 
37. fO 
44.28 
37.92 
42.36 
35.28 
38.64 
34.^0 
38.52 
32.28 
37.68 
36.36 
40. 20 
34.08 
32.10 
30.00 
.36.24 
30.60 
34.92 
32.16 
33.24 
34.32 
3:1.36 
32. 70 
34.44 
30.48 
31.32 
32.64 
32. 64 
32. 04 
31.08 
31.08 
31.44 
31.32 
35.88 
29. 16 
31.44 
29.76 
30.84 
30.48 
28.68 
26.80 
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19.50 

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18.36 

19.38 

16.92 

17.16 

17.34 

16.44 

16.78 

17.52 

16.86 ^ 

16.74 \ 

17.94 I 

16.44 I 

17.04 j 

17. 10 I 

18.54 I 

16.80 I 

18. 12 

18.42 

17.94 

15.42 

15.78 

16. 02 

15.12 

15.00 

17.34 

16.02 

15.06 

15. (M) 

15.18 

16.74 

14.46 

14.82 

15.84 

14.76 

15.66 

14.52 

15.18 

12.48 

14.68 



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21.30 , 

20.94 

18.78 

19.98 

21.00 

18.18 

20. M 

19.92 

19.38 

18.96 

19.74 

18. eo 

20.16 
18.12 , 

18.00 ; 

15.78 I 

19. 14 

19.08 

17.88 . 

17.10 

19.«< 

17.16 

19.08 

19.14 

19.38 

16.32 

17. 70 

18. «) 

15.06 

16.80 

17.28 

17. 16 

10.74 

17.58 

18.54 

17.64 

17.64 

19. 20 

17.52 

19.44 

17.28 

17.04 

17. 10 

15.72 

17.10 

17.70 



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21.90 
20.5r» 
19.50 
20.88 
20.46 
20.22 
19.14 
19.44 
18.60 
18.72 
17.68 
16.68 
21.60 
19.:)8 
18.06 
18.66 
17.82 
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19.74 
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21.64 
16.98 
16.74 
19.14 
17.58 
15. 00 
10.92 
16.66 
16.08 
10. »W 

19. :m 

17.62 

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15.84 
15.72 
17.04 
16. 44 
16.14 
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16.78 
10.02 
17.40 
14. 40 
16.90 
14.88 
16. Wi 
15.18 



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20. 76 
22.2ti 
19.32 
21.12 
22.14 I 
20.88 
19.56 
19.80 
18.78 
22.08 
23.22 
16.80 
18.18 
21.48 
19.44 
18.30 
22.62 
2U.40 
20.34 
16.00 
18.30 
18.:)0 
10.98 
16. f 8 ! 
19.32 ' 
15.18 
21.54 
19.74 
19. .V) 
20.04 
18.78 
15. <X) 
18.18 
17.40 
10.02 ; 
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15.0(1 
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10.14 
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137. 90 


5.63 


132.28 


2.88 


131.22 


7.0T 


130.97 


4.13 


126.23 


4.19 


126. 11 


6.53 


125.63 


0.64 


121.96 


6.47 


121.09 


1.02 


120.18 


6.85 


118.09 


3.14 


117.60 


7.14 


117.42 


6.21 


117.38 


6.24 


114.60 


3.10 


114.62 


6.50 


112.84 


0.96 


112.32 


0.80 


112.10 


6.60 


111.82 


0.10 


110.68 


3.55 


109.33 


5.89 


109.16 


3. 42 


108.42 


4,29 


107. 91 


2.46 


107.68 


3. 52 


107.26 


4.80 


107.16 


4.% 


107.02 


o.8:j 


1<»5.47 


4.01 


106.41 


4,19 


io:i.67 


5.0<» 


1(0.46 


1.95 


101.79 


3.:)9 


101.01 


2.98 


l(Mi.90 


1.92 


99.06 


0. m 


97.95 


1.70 


110.60 


7.:u) 


109.60 


6.31 


107.01 


1.38 


100.62 


1.79 


98.63 


2.75 


H7. 85 


2.02 


97.84 


0.35 


91.37 


2.40 


90.84 


5.50 





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Subject to examination. 



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40 



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41 



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Will W. Leonanl 

IfOois H. GroM . 

EliBha Theall 

William J. Beeie 

Wiley 8. Embrey 

Peter 8. Pillot 

Chester Wells 

Edward Trickle 

Clarence D. Gilchrist 

G«OTge Bichard . „^ 

William L. Lancaster 

Boby Robinson . 

Randolph Bidgely 

Charles T: Jewell 



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16.60 
16.18 I 
16.08 j 

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16.26 I 
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16.48 
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14.52 
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14.82 
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16.26 
17.22 
16.86 
16.14 
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16.32 
19.20 
16.30 
16.66 
14.82 
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14. «8 
15.36 
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2.56 
2.32 
2.43 
1.79 
2.71 
2.63 
1.97 
3.26 
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3.31 
3.73 
2.72 
2.88 
2.16 
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60.66 
60.01 
48.79 
49.39 
49.31 
48.65 
53.17 
61.t<J 
49.61 
48.85 
48.66 
48.06 
47.46 
45.07 



REOULATIONS 



aavKKSuxQ 



THE ADMISSION OF CAl^DIDATES INTO THE NAVAL ACADEMY 

AS NAVAL CADETS. 



NOMINATION. 



I. The stadents at the Naval Academy shall be styled Xaral Cadei$.—^Rev» 8iaLy 
^ 1512, and act of Congress approved August 5, 1882.) 

II. There shall be allowed at said Academy one Naval Cadet for every Member or 
Delegate of the Honse of Representatives, one for the District of Colnmbia, and ten 
at large. — {Rev, 8tnt., ^ 1513, and act of Congress approved June 17, 1878.) 

III. The coarse of Naval Cadets is six years. — (Rev, Stat.j ^ 1520.) 

IV. Appointments to iill all vacancies tiiat may occur during a year in the lower 
grades of the Line and Engineer Corps of the Navy and of the Marine Cori)S will be 
made from the Naval Cadets, graduates of the year, at the conclasion of their six years' 
course, in tlie order of merit as determined by the Academic Board of the Naval Acad- 
emy. At least ten appointments from such graduates will be made each year. Sur- 
plus graduates who do not receive such appointments will be given a certificate of 
graduation, an honorable discharge, and one year's sea pay, as provided for Naval 
Cadets. — (Act of Congress approved August 5, 1882.) 

v. **The Secretary of the Navy shall, as soon after the fifth of March in each year 
as possible, notify, in writing, each Member and Delegate of the House of Kepresenta- 
fives of any vacancy that may exist in his district. The nomination of a candidate 
to fill said vacancy shall be made upon the recommendation of the Member or Dele- 
gate, if such recommendation is made by the first day of July of that year ; but, if it 
is not made by that time, the Secretary of the Navy shall fill the vacancy. The can- 
didate allowed for the District of Columbia and all the candidates appointed at large 
shall be selected by the Pi"esidont.'' — {Rev, Slat., ^ 1514.) 

VI. *^ Candidates allowed for Congressional districts, for Territories, and for the 
District of Colnmbia must be actual residents of the districts or Territories, respect- 
ively, from which they are nominated. And all candidates must, at the time of their ex- 
amination for admissionf be biticeen the ages of fourteen and eighteen years, and physically 
sound, well-formed, and of robust constitution.'^ — (Rev. Stat., ^ 1517.) 

VII. Candidates who may be nominated in time to enable them to reach the Acad- 
emy by the fifteenth of May will receive permission to present themselves on that 
date to the Superintendent for examination for admission. Those who may not be 
nominated in time to present themselves ut the May examination will be examined 
on the first of September following. 

When either of the above dates shall fall on Sunday the candidates shall present 
themselves on the Monday following. 

Candidates will be required to enter the Academy immediately after passing the 
prescribed examinations. 

Xo leave of absence will be granted to Cadets of the fourth class. 

43 



44 ADMISSION OF (UNDID AXES. 

KXAMINATION. 

VIII. **AU camHidnUM for admUnion imto the Academy $kaV he ejcamined according to tmek 
rrftH^atitm* and at »uch stated time* an the Seeretarif of the Navy may prrnerifte, Vandidntrm 
rtjtcted at aach rramiaation nhall HOt hare the pririletjr of another vxamination for admlB^tan 
to tht Mme ela»M nnlme reeommended by the Hoar4 of EtaminerttJ** — {Het, Stat,, ^ 1515. > 

IX. *' When any candidate who haii Iteen nominated upon tliA recoinniendatioti of 
tt Member or Delegate of the HotiHe of KepreseulativeA in found, upon examination, to 
he physically or mentally dis4)na1itied for adintiiaionf the Member or Delej^ate aball \m 
notified to recommend another candidate, who shall bt« examined accordiujc t4) the 
pru\ iMous of the precMling Heotion." — (/»Vr. »S/rt/., ^ 1516.) 

X. (Candidates will be examined phyNically by a lK>ar<l compof»e4] of three mailieal 
oftlcerA of the Navy. Any one of the following conditions will be nuAlcient to cjiuae 
the rejection of a candidate : vix., 

Feeble constitution, inherited or acquired : 

Ketarded development ; 

Impaired general health ; 

Decide<l cachexia, diathesis, or predisposition ; 

Any disease, deformity, or result of injury that would impair efficiency ; such aa— 

Weak or disordered intellect ; 

(•utAneous or communicable disease : 

rnnatnrai curvature of spine, torticollis, or other deformity ; 

Inefficiency of either of the extremities or large articulations from any cause; 

Epilepsy or other convnisions within five years: 

Impaired vision, disease of the organs of viaion, imperfect color sense ; 

Impaired hearing or disease of the ear : 

(*hronic nasal catarrh, oEiena, polypi, or great enlargement of the tonsils; 

Impediment of speech to such an extent as to impair efficiency in the performance 
of duty : 

DiMiMM* of heart or lungs or decide<i indications of liability to cardiac or pulmonary 
a/Tec tions : 

Hernia or undescended testes : V 

Varicocele, sarcocele, hydrocele, stricture, fistula, hemorrhoids, or varicose veins of 
lower limits : 

Disease of the genito-urinary organs : 

C*hronic ulcers, ingrowing nails, large bunions or other defomiity of feet. 

Attention will ahMi be paid to the stature of the candidate, and no one mam{fr4tty 
under si/e for his age will l>e rec'eivecl at the Academy. In the case of doubt about 
the phyMirftl condition of the candidate, any marked deviatitm from the nsual stand* 
ard of height Or weight will add matenall> to the consideration for reje<*tion. Fne 
feet will lie the minimum height for the candidate. 

XI. Candidates wiU he examined mentally by the A(*ttdemir Hoard in reading, 
writing. HiN'Iliug, arithmetic, geography, Knglish gTaimimr, TnittHl 8tatea history, 
and altfeUta. lieticiency in any one of tlu*4M*Bubjt»ets will be sufiirient to insure the 
rtj«« ttnu of the (*andidale. 



Ill M'.llAL rUAltACTKK i*V TIIK EXAMINATION. 

Kiuitix'o %M» wniTiNu — (*aiididate% niii«t W able to rt*A«l undemiandingly, and 
with pro|M'r airrnt and emphajkiA. and to write l(«gibl>, neatly, and rapidly. 

M'Ki 1 1N4». — rbr% must lie nble to write, fmtii dirtatltiU, parai:raph^ from standnid 
pirec-s iif Kni:h*h literature, iMith pi(*«e and |MN*try, nufficient in numl»er to test fiiily 
tli«»r <|tialtti(dtMtn« lu thii l»ranrh. The «pelhiig throughout the examination will 
Ih iNjiiaiderril th titatk'iig the |>apei«. 



ADMISSION OF CANDIDATES. 45 

Abithmbuc. — ^The candidate will be required — 

To express in figares any whole, decimal, or mixed number; to writ« in words any 
given number; to perform with facility and accuracy the various operations of addi- 
tion, subtraction, multiplication, and division of whole numbers whether abstract or 
compound, and to use with facility the tables of money, weight, and measures in 
common use, including English money. 

To reduce compound numbers from one denomination to another, and to express 
them as decimals, or fractions of a higher or lower denomination ; to state the num- 
ber of cubic inches in a gallon and the relation between the Troy and Avoirdupois 
pounds and to reduce differences of time to differences of longitude and vice rerfta. 

To define prime and composite numbers; to give the tests of divisibility by 8, 5, 7, 
9, 11, 25, and 125 ; to resolve numl»er8 into their prime factors, and to find the least 
common multiple and the greatest common divisor of large as well as of small num- 
bers. 

To be familiar with all the processes of common and decimal fractions, and to give 
clearly the reasons for such processes, and to be able to use the contracted methods of 
multiplication and division giveif in the ordinary text-books on A.rithmetic. 

To define ratio and proportion, and to solve problems in simple and compound pro- 
portion. 

To solve problems involving the measurement of rectangular surfaces and of solids, 
to find the square and cube roots of numbers, and to solve simple problems under 
percentage, interest, and discount. 

The candidates are required to possess such a thorough understanding of all the 
fundamental operations of Arithmetic as will enable them to apply the various prin- 
ciples to the solution of any complex problem which can be solved by the methods of 
Arithmetic ; in other words, they must possess such a complete knowledge of Arith- 
metic as will enable them to proceed at once to the higher branches of Mathematics 
without further study of Arithmetic. 

Algebra. — ^The examination in Algebra will be elementary in character, and will 
be limited to questions and problems npon the fundamental rules, factoring, algebraic 
fractions, and simple equations of one or more unknown quantities. 

Gk^vmmar. — In EnglUh Grammar candidates must exhibit a familiarity with all the 
parts of speech and the rules in relation thereto ; must be able to parse any ordinary 
sentence given to them, and generally must understand those portions of the subject 
usually taught and comprehended under the heads of Orthography, Etymology, and 

Syntax. 

Tlie questions will usually be arranged in three divisions. The first division will 
contain questions somewhat like these: 

Explain the uses of the objective case. What verbs have distinction of voice? 
Give the possessive plural of sen, vaUet/j baahj strafam^ bandit. 

The second division will contain one or more sentences to be parsed ; e. g,, 

^^ They xcere alwnyfi a strange family ; they rarely acted like othei' people; their hearts 
were in the right place, but tfieir heads always seemed to he doing anything but what they 
ought. ^^ Such a sentence must be parsed fully ^ giving the part of speech, and kind, 
case, voice, mood, tense, nnmber, person, degree of comparison, etc., as the case may 
be of each word, and its relation to the other words, thus : 

Strange is a descriptive adjective, positive degree. It qualifies the noun family. 

Comparative, stranger. 

Superlative, strangest. 
Actedy an intransitive verb, regular (or weak) in conjugation, indicative mood, past 
tense, third person, plural number. Its subject is they. 
The third division will contain a number of incorrect sentences to be corrected, 

thus: 
1. Describe the sources from which our knowledge of these events are derived. 2. Sow 

iveetly their voices sound! 3. Try and do as you was told / 4. / should have liked to have 



46 ADMISSION OF CANDIDATES. 

hettt there amA uteu it, 5. Thcrf*9 a Hpeet tiUtt cherubim 9U» up aUtft to keep watek for the 
ii/f of poor Jack! 

Ainoufc tbese, correct M«iit<*nce8 will sometiiiiett b« introduced to teet more tboronghl j 
tbf* knuwledf^ of tbe candidate. 

Hinoe the iicbool fcmmmare u»ed in different parte of tbe country vary amotiic 
tbemftelvcs in tbcir trf*atnu»nt of certain words, an answer approved by any grammar 
of k<hn1 repute will 1m* accepted. 

(ffK<MfiiAPiiY. — (*andidatei» will lie re<iniitMl to pass a satiKfuctory examination, 
written or ciral, or Ixitb, in descriptive Kc>o|(rapby, particularly of our own cunnti; . 
QuctttionH will l»e i^ivcn under tbe following beads: Tbe definition of latitude and 
longitude: tbe xouca; tbe grand divisions of tbe land and water: tbe cbaracter of 
couAt-linc^ : tbe direction and position of im|>ortant mountain-chains and tbe lociiltty 
of tbo bigbcr pcakn: tbe position and coume of tbe principal rivers, tbcir tribu- 
tari«»*t, and tbe bodies of water into wbicb tbey empty: tbe poHitiou uf important 
sean, buys, gulfs, and arms of tbe sea; tbe position of iudei>endent Htaten, ib«ir 
boundaries and capital cities; tbe {M>sitiou and direction of great peniuKulan and tbe 
situation of im]M>rtant and prominent cupeH, Htraifs, sounds, cbannelHf and tbe niual 
im|K>rtant canals: great Inken and inland scum ; position and political connection uf 
im]K>rtaut inlsuds and coloniul pusscHHiuUM: locality of cities of bintoricalt political^ 
or commercial impcirtance (attention is e*iiH«cialIy called to tbe rivers and iNidicn of 
iKateron wbicb cities are Httuate4|): tbe coupte of u vcmhcI in making a vo^^a^elN- 
tiiie«*n well known M*a-|M>rts. 

Tbecandiilnte'H kuowled(;e of tbe geograpliy of tbe ('Hittd StatfM can not Im« too foil 
or iip4S'itir on all tlie]M>intM leferred to abo>e. Accurate knowledp* will also In* re- 
(|uire4l of tbe poitition of tbe country witb refertMice to otber states, and witb refei* 
ence to latitude and If>ut(itude: of tbe iHiundaries and relative pohitiuuof tbe Stnt4'«i 
and Teintorien.ttud of tbe name and poMition of tbeir cupitulit, and of otber imp«>rtaiit 
citicf and towii««. 

IliMoKT. — ('aiHlidutennbould In* familiar ^ itb no mucb of tbe biMory of tbe t*uit<Hl 
StateA aM i« contained in tbe onlinary scbool biMtories. 

The e\»uiination wiU l>e eitber written or oral, or both, and qui^tions of the luiine 
general cbaracter a* tbe folio x^ in^ will l»e gixen : 

1. Nuuie tbe enrlifMt KnrojM'an nettleineiits within tbe preMent limits of tbe t>nit«'d 
Stated, and ti\ their |N>f*itiou. When ami by whom i»ere th<*H4* f^ettlements maile f 

*J. K&plain tbe tbiee fortiiH of j^overnnient in the colonies: ro\al, propiietar>, and 
charter. Name tbe colonies that oriirinully exiitteil within the prenent limit f« of 
Ma«>«a«-hiii»ettf» ; of i*onueeticut. Wbeii were t bote colonii*fi united f What did \hv 
e<doi)V of l'eiiiin\ h aiiia include f When uaji it ilivided f 

«{. State the leading e%ent'« of tbe colonial warn, and give the ivfttiltt of each war. 

I. What Were the remote and immediate cauH4«n of tbe Kevoliition f Kxplain thr 
na^ itfation act^, the stamp act, writM of anMiHtance. Name the ptinnpal batth*«i and 
other leading e\ent«i in tbe war«« of tbe l^nitetl Staten. gixin^ the iiamca of command* 
iuKoftirrrA and stating the n^Mult* of the l»attlt*A. 

r». (ti\e an arrontil of the formation and a<lt)ptioii of tbe (.\tn^titntion. 

ttixe thenaiiM*« of the Tre^iidents, in order, and the heading cventi* in each admiii' 
i«it ration. 



At>MIHaiON. 

XII. Tandidat*^ that pain the ph^niral and mental evaminationn will receive ap- 
pointment* a* Na% al (*adetii, and Itecoine ntudent* of the Academy. Kacb Cadet wiil 
be rr4|aired to sign article* by which be hinds bimnelf to »erve in tbe t*nite<l States 
Nat; eight yean itmludlni: bis time of probation at tbe Natal Aca4leniy), nnle«ia 
•«»oner diAcbarifeil. 'lite pay of a Na«al t'ailet i« f*^M>a tear.commenrini; at lli** 

d.ti* **{ l:t* 44tliii««H*ti. 



ADMISSION OF CANDIDATES. 47 

XIII. Cadets will supply themselyeSy immediately after their admission, with the 
following articles, viz., 



One dress jacket i$19.00 \ One hand-glass 90.45 

One blouse 12.00 ' One jack-knife 53 

Two pairs trousers 22.00 Six sheets 3.42 

Two working suits 2.28 I Hammock clews 40 

One overcoat 22.00 One pair bathing trunks 20 

One rubber coat 4. 75 Three pairs white thread gloves . . .81 

One rubber hat 92 Two black silk neckties 64 

Two pairs regulation leggins 1,44 , Two clothes bags 50 

One parade cap 2.55 I One hammock mattress 2.85 

One knit cap 66 i a One requisition book 42 

One mug 10 ! aOne pass book 40 



One soap box 62 

One laundrv book 34 

One pair of blankets 3. 75 



a One stencil, ink, and brush 45 

a One bottle of indelible ink 18 

a One wash basin and pitcher M 



Two pairs of high shoes 9. 00 i a One pair gymnasium slippers ... .86 

One pair of overshoes 63 I * One whisk brush 15 

Eight white shirts 8.00 i *One coarse comb 12 

Twelve linen collars 1.68 "One cake of soap 10 

Eight pairs of cuffs 2.00 i *One hair brush 50 

*£ight pairs of socks 2.00 "Stationery 50 

•Eight towels 2.00 'Twelve white handkerchiefs 2.52 

'Shaving outfit 1.30 * One pair suspenders 36 

*Four pairs drawers (winter) 5.00 . *Four night shirts _ 2.52 

ft Four pairs drawers (summer) .... 1.84 *One tooth brush 20 

•Four undershirts (winter) 5.00 "Thread and needles 15 

h Four undershirts (summer^ 2. 00 | "Blacking brush and blacking 39 

When moving into Cadet Quarters, Cadets will supply themselves with the follow- 
ing articles, viz., 



a Two bedspreads » $2. 84 

a Two pairs drill gloves 1. 00 

a One slop jar 90 



a One rug $1. 15 

ctOne hair mattress 5.10 

a One straw mattress 1.32 



a Two spatter-cloths 90 ; aOne broom .75 

One hair pillow 75 | Six pillow cases 1.50 

One mirror 1.60 ' 

Cadets will supply themselves with the following additional articles when prepar- 
ing to embark on board the practice-ship, viz., 

Three working suits $3.42 ; One pair rubl>er leggins $0.85 

Four woolen shirts 7.52 

Three white sailor hats 1. 20 



One pair high shoes 3. 75 

One knit cap 66 



Articles marked a will not be taken on board the practice-ship. 

Of the articles marked h Cadets entering in September must have four each. 

The articles marked *, not being required to conform to a standard pattern, may 
be brought by the Cadet from home, but all other articles must conform to the regu- 
lations, and must therefore be supplied by the store-keeper. 

Each Naval Cadet must on admission deposit with the Pay Officer the sum of $20, 
for which he will be credited on the books of that officer, to be expended by direction 
of the Superintendent in the purchase of text-books and other authorized articles 
besides those enumerated in the preceding article. 

All deposits for clothing and the entrance deposit of $20 must be made before a candi- 
date can be received into the Academy. 



48 ADMISSION OF CANDIDATES. 

SUMMARY OF KXPKN8KS. 

DepoNit for olotbiug $171.12 

DvpoAit for books, Ac aO.<X» 

ToUl amoant r«qaired 191.12 

Thr> vaIu« of clothing brought from home is to b« dednct«d IVom thiii amoont.' 
Each Naral Cadet one month t^ier adminUm will be credited with the amonnl of 

hill acttiAl expenflee in traveling from hia home to the Academy. 
XIV. A Naval Cadet who voluntarily resigns his appointment within a year of the 

time of his admission to the Academy will be required to reAind the amount paid him 

for traveling expenses. 



COURSE OF INSTRUCTION 



[Reference books arc marked (•).] 



FIRST YEAR— FOURTH CLASS. 



rinarr term. 



Dep«rtmeoU 



MiUhftHftlim. 



HMor^y and iMtr. 




Modem Ixtttignagt*. 



3 



Subject*. 



Text-books. 



AixiKBHA : Fundamental operations ; redac* 
tion and conyerBlon of fractional and eurd 
quantities; reduction and solution of oqua> 
tlons of the flrst and second degrees; ine- 
qualities ; involution and evolution. 

Okometbv : Geometry of the straight line, of 
the circle, and of the plane ; theory of pro- 
iwrtion ; properties of similar figures. 



Todbuntor^A Higher Al- 
gebra. 



ritHuvcui«t*s (tcomctry. 



EjfQUSR : The structure and historical de- 
velopment of the Knglish language ; syn* 
tax ; analysis of sentences ; punctuation and 
capitals; exercises in the composition of 
letters. 

UiSTORY : Outlines of history, especially the 
history of Greece and Rome, and of the 
states of western Europe ; historical geog> 
raphy; Important points in naval history, 
by notes or lectures. 



Fbkngh: Sauvenr system of teaching Ian- 
gnages. 



Whitoey^s Essentials of 

English Grammar. 
Bart's Punctuation. 
Webster's Dictionary.* 

Sainton's Outlines o f 
the World's History. 

Labberton's Historical 
Atlas. «^ 



Sauvenr Petites Qsnse- 
ries. 

Bellows's Pocket Dic- 
tionary.* 

49 



11295—4 



60 



COURSE OP INSTRUCTION. 



riRST YEAR—FOVRTH CLAW-CoDUoQed. 



I>i'l«rtJiM*nt. 







•KCOj(P TB»M. 


■ 






J 


•' 




3 


1 




3 P 


% 


Hulijm U. 


u ^ 


u 




X * 


i 




g 


6 




9 


8 




y. 


X 





Tcxt-lMH4«, 



iit^krmmif 






Todbiiiiler*t tllctt* 

Alfc^bim. 
Bowilitcirs tw^rnl Ti 

hU*. 



(*hatt«rt>rt'» (•rvmftri 



Alokska : (*onr«r for flrvt trrm roiilinued. 

DeTolopou^fit of algotimlr ftiot tiona by fiH^nt 
of indet^milDato ro>«fllrl(>ntii ftod th« bU 
nomiai theomn ; pvnnvtatlout tod rombt* 
naHnna; munmation of arric*; rontiauvd 
frartioni; lofptiithm*: •xpoo<«ti«l e<)ttA- 
Uona; tbroty uf eqiiatlontf locloding tb« 
•olution of niiinerlral cquatlun*. 

OxuMrrBV : CDuraB fur firvt trrm contloiMMi. 

ftpb«rira1 Kvoinetrj; thf*coo«aiid tb« c7liiMler; 
uriMuraliufi of rN-tlllDear fiffurM, and of tbe 
•pbpfv, r(«D«», and cytinder; appUraUofi of 
aJgrbra to drtrrminatc Kvomvtry. 



4 KxouaH : Rbrtoric and ronpualtloo ; rboke 

and nan of worda; klrnU of cofnpoaltloa ; 

najTatiun and d**«rrlpllon ; arfaiopotatlTe ■ Ajrm*a VrriaiUt 

conpualtloo ; rtrrrlaea In tbr coupoaltloD of ' 

Mtrra and tvlrj^nuna. ThrniM. 
4 ' IIiaruMT: TniicrrM of rulunlal devcUipment Elii/t'a lli*t«'r)r of t* • 
I in Am«*rl«a, and th«» bbitory of the Unltvd 

9tatr« ; Important polnii In tb« naral hi»> 

tory of thr roilid t'tatra by note* or lec- 

turv*. 



A.8. IIliraHkrtoHf^ 
Ayraa'a Ortbo^p«at 



Tnltrd 8tat<«. 
Mltchi-ir« At*a. • 



Xt'*'«rm f<i» !»•*;« 



\ 



^ rai.^('if : H«ti«rur a]»t'*in of trarhlng lao- { PrtttpOramniaJ'r Frk? 
Kiutgra. ^alw poarlM Ahr'»>* 

, Drllo»*'a VsxV't IM 
ttouAry.* 
.•»r(M«H ItoU-rtMrniao •jktrni, [<<l«»na«an Ro|M*rta4-b*a 8pani<S 
adtaiMi-d i'«>ur«r. ] Cvurap. 

TaorhbltJ l^>•k•t Im 
tlooary.* 
(iraiik^ Pn*%*l»ri0K*a mrthud of tvatblos I>n*y«i]«rlD|t*a Tuni^'t 
lattb'uaxr*. tlT* Mrtb-id and \ rr*. 

DrilL 
Taurbnltfl iNirket tM 
tSonary.* 



COURSE OF INSTRUCTION. 



J 



51 



SECOND YEAR— THIBD CLASS. 



riBAT TKRM. 



I>epartq»ent. 



2^ 



o5 



a 
o 

S 






JUdonfy amd Law. 



3 

2 



1 
8 



2 
1 



JfiMkni Lampuiget. 



1 
3 



HuliJMta. 



Descriptive Gkomeiry: Orthograptiic pro- 
JiHrtions; rpprcscuUtion of poinU, lines, and 
planefl ; problems relating to th« right lino 
and the plane ; representations of surfaces 
of the second onlt-r. 

Trigonometry: HrA«iure.4 of arcs and angles ; 
trigonomotric functions; analytical investl- 
gatious of trigonometric furmulas, with their 
application to all the caiMM of plane and 
spherical triangles; construction and use of 
trigonometric tables; in rorse trigonometric 
functions; Do Moivro's theorem; solution 
of trigonometric equations; practical appli- 
cations of trigonometry to the solution of 
piano and spherical triangles, the astronom- 
ical triangle, and the measurements of 
heights and distances. 

ExoLtSH : rUissiilcation of wonls ; definition 
of words by usage and by deriTatioo ; syno- 
nyms; laws of change In the meaning of 
words ; faults in diction and their remedies ; 
selection and artangemont ; elementary prin- 
ciples of reasoning; principles of composi- 
tion ; exercises in the composition of official 
dispatches, letteri', and telegrams. Themes. 

History: Contemporary history, including the 
comparative study of govommeuts, institu- 
tions, and political geography. 



tUckanieai Dmwimg, 



3 I Law: Constitution of the Tuited States. 



- I" 



. Krxncu: lleadiug and tmnsluting French 
comedy; couvermtiou and grammar. 



Spanish : The Robortsonian system ; conversa- 
tions thereon ; reading and translating ex- 
tracts ft-om modem authors ; writing orig- 
inal themes. [Given as an advanced course.] 

Germaw : Continnation of fourth-class course ; 
reading German comedy; writing original 
themes. [Given as an advanced course.] 



Mbciianical Drawing : Sketching fhnn mod- 
els ; the use of instruments; constmctlon of 
scales ; notation and sgrmbols used in mechan- 
ical drawings; eonstmction of rectilinear 
and curved figures to scale; drawing section 
lines; round writing. Drawing exercises 
in descriptive geometry, including the pro- 
Jectioofl of lines and planet, the eonstmction 
of geometrical solids, and the projections 
and sectioiw of surfaces and solids. 



Text*bo<»ks. 



Church's Descriptive 
Geometry*. 



Cliauvenet'ii Trigonom- 
etry; Todhuntor*s 
Trigonometry. 

Bowditch's Useful Ta- 
bles. 





glish U 

glish People ; AbboCr* ) 

How to Write Clearljj^ 

Ayres'H Orthoepi»t.* 

Ayres'M Verbalist.* 



The (khool Herald. 
Martin's Statesman's 

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

the C(m»titution. 

Rttcher's Series of 
French Plays. 

Bercy La Langue Fran- 
calse, 1*" Parti*. 

Bellows* s Dictionary.* 

Robertson's Spanish 
Coufw. 

Knapp's Spanish Head- 
ings. 

Dreyspring's Cnmn]»> 
tive Method and Yeib 
Drill. 

Ehlerman's Collection 
of German Plays. 

Tauchnits Pocket Dic- 
tionary. * 



Tomkin*s Machine Goo- 
stmction and Draw- 
ing.* 



52 



COURSE OF INSTRUCTION. 



{(F.1X>XD YEA»~THIRD CLASS-ContlnoM. 



«KC(>!ID TBKM. 



iVfttitOM^nt. 



? 

I 

1 



8 

9 
> >S 



8 

s 
'A 



•'■ • 



'«*« f *» w • • 



^-i . .af I)r« sf. 



4. 



^ulij«*< t*. 



TfSt-lxHAa. 



I 



i pMi •!(-»: An rlrmentorr connr IntradMl to 
piTM>nt tli«» ]«'»illnir prinriplet and lli« ror* 
n^Ullon of^tbr liimnrhcn of ph7ilc«l irl«iic«; 
tu>blrb more tlni* la lievoiftl ilttrioff tb« 
•rcvad and llr»t c]mm jtmn. TonaUot prar- 
Itri* with th« fniMlameutol Andd^rirml nolta 
«>f tb* (*. O. ft. f7«t«m. rm< tloai work Id thi> 
|tby«lca] Ubpnloty ; e&ponmruto lllnatimt- 
Ini tb« daily rwitalioDi and rxmei meararp* 
mvnta of Imi^lb, mav, % u)niiM>, and aiirt^iflr 
Cra«ity. I.«>ciarp«. 
C'uaniaTBV: illrritatloDt in Rf'Di'ral and or- 
sank r brill let rr. rrattiral work io tbr 
f h«>n)trai lalK>nit(»nr ; rt|wYlmrntii I1lii«trmt> 
Ink th4« daily r««(.iuiiuua,and tbe drtpnnliia- 
tionnf •Impl^talUfarhta.aDdhaM^. I.r< tiir<<#. 



IkanUira rtib--)t^» i 

rkyiira. 
Prai tlrat rti^ •.• », » 

Mr « art ab<l (••« 



RMltarn'* I •« tH ral t 
itttrt, 

IUll>M>ll'« <» r • < 

('tivwit«tr;. 
I«<ii Inrr Noli* 



rifnliuttMl. WarpMl fur1a*tf«, and turtiut» • 
ofrpvolution; il4*i<>lo]tineotof •JDKl<*-rtir««d 
•uffi<>r«; InlrrwctioD of •«rfarr«; taiifp^nl ' 
liiiM and plaavw : |>roj«H>iluna of lli« fl|»hfrv ; 
• ftfimetiir pr[«j«vlion« ; thadM aftd thadova. 
.\»ALYTii-4L <« Villi rrav : >l<|aatloDa of Utm 
atraiffbtllorandof tbarontraecllona; Itana- 
fonnalioD ut (vofdinatM; prupiTtlaa of the , 
rttaie wrttooa; rqaatloiia to taog«nta and j 
nt««iala; drlmnlnatlon of lorl; dlarnaloo ' 
of tb«fFiw>fml»<|iiatloDof tb«aaeofHlik*Krae: , 
vqnatioiM of tha plaaf>, of llnea In tfrnn, and I 
ofaar<iar<«of tbaaacottdorJar; tbeprloclpal | 
ftrciptTtifv of anrterva of tbc* aarond ordar ; | 
dlaitMriaii of tlia (anarml tqnattoo of the 
rood 4^tf^ la thn>a Tartabl««. 



<'ourae for fliat trim j Cli u r« li ' • !*<•» r } ' 

I if •itpt'ttv 



V. Mil till • ( nut 

tliina: Aldi*'« 



I Far%«~fi - RMdlns and runtrraatlno. Trmoa- 
latlon from Knglith lal«> Fri'nrb ibeoM^ 



«rA«UM < oitiinaaiuw uf Ant irtin fi>Qti«> 

<adTaarf>d rwni^i 
<«ca«aa - roatlBnatltm* u| firat tirw f%mtm 

(advanrvd rourart. 



B« rcy L* I«a»s 

llp)lo««*a lSirk*< r* 

tJoMry.* 
9mme M tf*t Icnu 

Aainaaaflnil U^m 



4 Mtf«A«ir&t DaA«i%u AetfbincfrnmBMnlvU; Tomkla** 
tapn^aatallnii of ol#er«a by pn^actiona; ' Mrartkii 
dimwiM Iha pn^ Uooa of iMHl»la to »ata . I Inc.* 
»Uli|«a pn^tiooa: ta oi »tr*cat dim«tn«; 
dim«t»t an««a» toHa, •uti^ f«ariiif, aftd 
dataila of fWM» marhinvfy, aoMl anvlnaa: 
rmmi urtUJif. iHavlAf aaarriaaa la da* 
arrlpUao gi nmttrj, tiMliNll»f Uia lntrf«i«- 
tloaa of Mffteraa^ 4rvalofaw«il «f rf«tl^ 



lacblaar.* 
awl t>rmi 



COURSE OF INSTRUCTION. 



53 



THIRD YEAR— 8K00NO CLASS. 



niST TEBM. 



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Department. 



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Btfwn EHgimtrhg. 



MedumtCB amd ApfUed 
MtUhemuMcB. 



Pby»in$ aud ChemUtr^. 



Modern Lamgtiage*. 



2 



Mrchcmical Draunng. 



Subjects. 



Marixe EsroiNESAMD BoiLSBfl: ExplAoatlon 
of all the parta of an engine ; types of en- 
ginea ; steam Talvoa and other Talree ; gener- 
ation of steam ; distribntlon and expansion 
of steam ; screw propellers and side wheels ; 
the indicator and Its diagrams; the power 
of an engine and computations relating to 
it ; hydrometers ; saturation ; scale and its 
prevention ; casualties ; boilers ; materials ; 
combustion ; transfer of heat ; testing steam* 
engines ; the principles of mechanism. 

DirrBRBNTiAL Calculus: Functions; rates; 
difforontials of functions; indeterminate 
forms; series; maxima and minima; geo- 
metrical applications ; functions of two or 
more Tariablos. 

Intkoral €al(TLL'8 : The methods of integra- 
tion ; definite intugrals; quadratura of sur> 
faceet ; cubiture of volumes ; rectification of 
curves; centres of gravity; momenta of 
inertia ; planimetors ; rulM for the a])proxi- 
niate determination of art'os and volumes ; 
differential equations. 

Physios : Recitations on simple harmonic mo- 
tion ; wave motion, sound, light, and heat. 
Practicaf work in the physical laboratory ; 
experiments illuittrating the daily recitations 
and some exact measurements, such as the 
determination of the candle power of gas 
and electric lights, index of refraction of 
glass prisms and lenses and of liquids, 
focal length of lenses, length of light waves. 
Photography. 



Fkbnoh : Reading and translation of profes- 
sional articles, conversation, and themes. 



Mecuakical Dbawino : Sketching machinery 
and making working drawings; making 
tracings and blue prints of drawings; per- 
spective. 



Text-books. 



8ennett*s HarineStaua- 

Engine. 
Ooodeve's Elements of 

Mechanism. 



Rice and Johnson*! Dif- 
ferential Calculus. 



Johnson's Integral Gal- 
cuius, and DilTerential 
EquationH. 



Danicll's Principles of 

Physics. 
Ganot's Physics. 
Stewart*8 Treatise on 

Heat. 
Practical Physics, by 

Stewart and Gee. 
Kohlransch's Physical 

Measurements. 
Ijectnre Notes. 



ProfMsional French 
Reader. 

Bellow8*s Pocket Dic- 
tionary.* 



Tomkin*s Machine Con- 
struction and Drair- 
ing. 



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COURSE OF IXSTRCCmON. 



THIRD TKAII~«K(t>ND (XASS-^ontiuaed. 



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angular oi>-onHpaU« ; om of UMtrameolfl, 
««|M«la1ly thuM> for dttenoinlnf termtitel 
latltodM and looffltmlw ; dtlfrrNit luilts of 
tiin# and ralrnder»; tha moon; tldei; 
moUoii of the aolar ■yatrm ; lolaUoiM of tba 
MtruDooilral trlanKln ; nm of tba Kantk^l 
Almanac. 

4 Count for Ant U*nB cuntinoad. 



Whita*! AfltroDoaj. 
Ghaa?«pH*t IplMri- 
oal aad Practkal A»> 
tTMBony i vovvMck a 
Mairfcalor; Aaarl* 
can X^eaarta and 
Naatleal 



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Psvaioi : 

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4 MwcMAinct: Kinriuatic*; dynamka; klo»t- 
lr«; hjdrmnrrhanlc*; tba motioo of pfO> 
jrrtllM: frirtioo and ii(hi*r rMbtanecv; tba 
a|i|»licatioa uf mecbankal |kriDclpl«« to •lin« 
|ilr macblDfl* and to InfltmnantiL 



BarilatJoiia In llgbt and beat, ron« 



Klartricity and macnetiMn ronunancvd. 
, Pmrtiral work In tba pbyvkml laboratoff^ ; 
ralllmtlon of tbarwoaMlvn ; dctenalnatloo 
<if tba b jgnnnMrk •lata of tba atwoapbaiv ; 
mraMUMDTOti of tba co-HHdcnli of «x|ian- 
•Ion, and tba appclflr brat aad latont b^at of 
Tarions snbalanca*; otbrraxprrlawntalllna* 
Ifrnting tba ronna of alndir nnd Uadlnf to 
ib« dUIAU mm uf Inatmacvta of pcarUloo. 
Iltotngrapb^. GanafmJ a&iiarlnMOta llla«- 
irmltng tbi> |ibMi«w»na of •tatiral and vol* 
tair alrrtflcllj ; artUng np and coni|iarlng 
galvanir rvlla and avrundary hattaiioa; 
nwaMirUg tbalr rwlaCanoa and alactfo* 
niollira forra ; rallbrallan of gal?nman<t»fa ; 
dH#milnatlon of dt|i and borltontal lnlan> 
•ley. 

4 BauiMn LiTVBATtBK Tb«>aKa; Uvrtniva. 



Bowaar*t Aanljtkal 

Bo««ar'i Ilfdi 
cbanka. 



TboiBpnon** Xlarlrir> 



Aynoa'a PractSenI BWr- 

trirltj. 
Daj*! Ka^rtitin In KIm-- 

trkml MaaaMvmaata. 
Lertora Xolaa. 



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a* ttn4 laffw. 



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Cmmf, BoUb'sBittlon. 
School BaimM. 



a«Ai«l lam 



COURSE OF INSTRLCTION. 



55 



FOURTH TEAR— FTBST CLASS. 



ntat TKSM. 



Bepattment. 



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Saltfects. 



'PBXt4XM>lU. 



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SKAMAKSHir: Yltflng and rigging Aipa for 
■ea; rope, blockf, and tackles; wire rope 
and metal fittings; pnrchaaing wpights; 
fitting and use of gronud tarkie ; storage ; 
handling vessels at wbaires and dorking ; 
eaUs; working riiip under sail and under 
steam ; repain to rigging, qian, rudder, 
and all fittings in emergencies; turning 
experiments; fitting and management of 
boats ; duties of ofllcers and crew ; oi^anijEa- 
tion of crews; drills and eTolntions; rules 
of the road ; laws of storms ; general in- 
stmction upon the management of vcaseltf 
of TariouB rigs and propellers. 

Naval CoNSTnucrioM : Wooden ship building ; 
ship-building in iron and st6«I, including 
the varioos sjrstems of framing ; ke«ls, keel- 
sons, stems, and ram bows ; stems, plating, 
deck-framing, bulkheads, rudders, misoolla- 
neoM fittings, and armor-plating; torpedo 
boats and vessels of q)eclal construction; 
sheathing of ships ; launching ; docks and 
docking; displacement and buoyancy of 
ships, and considerations of water-tight 
decks, bulkheads, and double iMttoms ; sta- 
bility of diips, and th» use of diagrams of 
stability; rolling and pitching of ships; 
water-chamben and bilge-keels ; stmctnral 
strength and strains of ships; materials for 
shlp-bnlldlng ; tests of steel ; lesislanee of 
ships; steering of ships; the qualities and 
performance of ships in general. 

Naval TAonoi: Tactical units and nomen- 
clature ; manoeuvring groups of ships ; fleet 
roancBuvrM. 

SiONAUxo : Army and Navy {English Morse) 
code; Navy code of flag signals; Interna- 
tional code. 



Ordnancb iMBTaucnoxs: Handling great 
guns ; preparing ship for action ; duties of 
oflloen and men when at quarters for exer- 
cise^ and when engaged in battle ; handling 
boat-howitsers and machine-guns afloat and 
on shore ; landing of seamen and marines. 



Luce's Seamanihip. 

Specttl Notes and Draw- 
ings. 

Navy Department 
Pamphlets. 

Reed*s Ship Building. 

White's Manual of 
Naval ArchitectuvB. 

Navy and International 
Signal Books. 

Fleet Drill Book, Navy 
Department. 



Ordnance Instructions. 

Text-book of Ordnance 
and Gunnery (Naval 
Academy publica- 
tion). 



56 



COLRSE OF IXSTRUCTIOK. 



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IvrAirrmr Tachoi: School oC tb« toldiffr: 
•ebool oC th« coai|HUix ; achool oC the but* 
toiloo : iiulnictlon for thlnnlthcn. 

CSvswMT : Tha moUoa of pr^jootllai In • noo- 
nwit t lng mcdloni »ad la air ; lb* aH^hodi of 
•adlBf tb« ti^TC-tory, ftho nraaaittiBf ▼•- 
lorliy, and lb* aaffto of flUI ; lb* daagvnm* 
•|»r«'; tlfbtlaf and potatlac RUni; th« 
«*rrun llablo to ocror In practk^ at ara, aiKl 
Ibe ini»tb«Hb of avtiidlag thorn ; the piT|iafa> 
lion of rang* labka, and rurrK-Uona for 
Juia|t aiKl drift : Ibe il«»t«<milnallun of rang** 
at 



CpAon't Tertka. 



I Teat-book of Oi4i«*t ■ • 
aad Onaaery (Xave 



Kxlvrlor ftUlMIra iNb 
▼al A«atfe«7 pa^lt. » 
eation>. 

Ordaanr^* Kui«e. 



ma'Afft^fil a 



Tat (*«uiiTiAL flrMKai: Hpbrrirmt en«t rrrl- 
•nKiilei r«»-i>Mloatf<«; lb** iiar of Inatm* 
in«*iii«. ff«|M<«*iAlly tho*r for dHi*mintnK 
t*'rT»«lrUi latitn(l'«and limri(ti*l<*«; dlflri>rt*nt 
utiif*<»r ltm«': r»l<>nilAr«: tb«» nKwtn ; IKIm; 
n*>l*ale* : niolion of lh#) mAmr «i*l4-m; w»lo* 
UotM of lb* eatruoiMiilrel lrieiij;lf . ii«p u( 
thr Nattllf al Almanar. 

Thi Tnr«i«Y a^d I'M tcrit r <r Nt^iutrioe. 
ioi-ludini Ittftlmnliin In iIia iliitlf« v4 Ihf* 
nm%i|r«lor, Ibr tonal rui lint; an*! luv nf na^i* 
Calini: laatntnM'nu, the iim* t*( ialii<^ end 
th# toitotliin nf pr«l>lrnt« , dplrmiliietion u( 
mrrtdUtt dUtenrM. 

Mmi'io or LaAar Nit4ecii. The tJirtirv of 
laeat Miuerre and prubeld* trron; fande> 
tarnul |irlnrl|»lM »f the lbf^*rr ; |irartirel 
tti**lh<afe and f««vat^, lodr|«>odenl oinrr* 
«elliiu«. riMMlllitinnl i»lMrnie4iou«. 

Arruip Mt(MA«iC»: Klealkll; . slrrM aim! 
•trmtn ; Ibaurr of atrnrlarre. alrtnatb and 
drfl-« tiiio *4 |m<«b« . Iii^ma uf iifiifiino rr- 



Wlilte*! AatroaoMv 
< "haaTeaet** Bfdi - ' . 
aad Kratliral A«ir • 

B«>wdllf h'i KaTi|c«i ■ 
A m « r I c A n Kfdirn.* • 

end Xentlral A- 

nar. 
llovditrVa !CA*icmt ' 
"Narlcation*' arret. 

aa a t«tt4MJok fur ti. 

r a Keval Acmd- «i ^ 



MMrriBuin'a ]fHb«»l •/ 
l.<r«»l 9(|nai«« 



<\it|#rtn • A|<|>ll««l M- 
cbanl«'« 



rat aire BMtl«tlt*n« In rlf«tftiitv arul ni»c« 
u^li* « ; |inf1i'«l «urb la |4t««i<«l UUtra* 
t»try , 4>VfrmtumiU*n (if lb* oinfltenU of 
K«J«eu iinrtrr* . t'vtioc amaMtir r* end «(»il> 
nwtive. running d«naa»iM end «lr^lrv- 
nk>4<<» and nfeanrlug Ibrir *A i«0(T. «!• 
|«nnirnta un tb» rl««lrtr tr«n«aik«ii«>o «4 
cffi*rgT. t««tltic <et>l#e ead aUrtrk Itghl 
«ln<« , t>t|«rne««otaHlkai tndm lion; pf^tt'* 
la |di«<l4igr«|ibT end mU ro>|<balnigrm|dii 

( HtaHrei % abtirt r**Hrae in rbrmW^I anel- 

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COURSE OF INSTRUCTION. 



67 



fOaRTII YEAR— FIBST CLASS— Continued. 



8KC0ND TUM. 



Department. 



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Ordmanee amd Gmmerjf. 



Subject*. 



4 Coune of the flnt term continued. 



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OuKXBKT : Accuracy and rapidly of fire ; the 
probability of hitting objecti of Tartous 
forms; the mean and probable erron of 
guns ; derivation of rulefl fur correcting cer- 
tain arron which ariee in practice at sea; 
the penetration and oflect of projectllee. 

OnniTAiicx: The manufacture of guns; dewrip- 
tlon of Mrrice gunii; computation of the 
strength and shrinkage of guns; rifling; 
rotation and its inflnenco ou the motion of 
projectiles. The manufactnre and une of 
gunpowder and other explosives ; the force 
deTcloped when explosives are flred in their 
own volume, and the e<|uatiun uf motion of 
tlio projectile in the bore of a gun on this 
hypotheKig, and also on the hyiwtheeis that 
the expluwive burns prugresAively; the lawM 
of burning of grains of gunpowder of vari- 
ous fomi«; the formulas (of Noble and 
Atiel) connecting prewain^H with density of 
loading, and for detcnninlng tlio work of 
e.xpansion in a gun ; development of the 
principles involved in loading guns; formu- 
las connecting muzzle velocities and press- 
ures with the elements of loading. 

Gcw Cabbiaois: Their construction and the 
mechanism employed In controlling and ad- 
justing recoil, and the theory of such 
control. 

Ammunitium : Its preparation and use. 



Text-books. 



Text-book of Ordnance 
and Gnnnery (Naval 
Academy publication). 



The Elastic Strength of 
Guns (Naval Academy 
publication). 

Interior Ballistics 
(Naval Acadamy pub- 
lication). 

Berger^s ProbabUity of 
Hitting an 01;(Ject. 



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COURSE OF INSTRUCTION. 



FOrBTH TEAS— riBOT CLASB-CoDUnaM. 

■ICOKD miM— CODtlOOCd. ' 





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Tmromt nr mi Dkyiatiost or mi CoMfAM, 
inrladlog th» iialur* aod cftOMa of Che wv- 
enU iMrta of Uio deviattott, tho d^tormiiiA* 
lion of tli« vrrtlral Mt4 horiMmUl foroat of 
tbo OMtli Mill ahim lh« cftOMt aiui unoant of 
Uio hM^ling vfTor, th« rlwBffM whkb Uilco 
ptaro upon a rh«nf* of (oocfttpblcal poal* 
tion, Ibo grmplilc rvproMntotloiu of tbo 
MMottnt and dirtclJoa uf tba foitJM which 
act oa tho immIIo, and the mechaBical cor- 
rtrlion of tho drrtallon and bwUnc orrora. 
NaTlfatioQ. 

HvDBuQaAPMir SrBTKTtMQ: The imtroai^ttla 
uMd ; aBlection and neaMimaatil of Iimm ; 
di^vraiinaUon of aainrath of haM \ trianga- 
faUion ; detormiiMSlofi of hMghta ; lovdtng ; 
plo«tio( a ■anrvy ; hydroftapblcal rarrvy- 
lag; tidal ohaenratloiM ; cunval ohapnra- 
tiooi ; aaillag dlnrtloo* ; lh« funn of th« 
earth, «lih qweial i«f»n>nce to tho coa* 
ttraction of chart* : prv(|«rtloiM ; nuiniag 
Mirreyi. 



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PHTUotnor k%9 Htqimi : Ot>B«t«l dMrr1p> 

tloo of the banan tiody aad Ita fteortionc 
n»BM>rrbaga, ila raaaM and nvthodt of aiTMt. 
Drowniag, in«aa« of nanarlimllon tho ro ftwa. 
('aauaoD an'idonia, mftnrm to bo ado|iit«d 

then»la. 
Vratllallon, aoci^oatly for, and mmmtt of, la 

•ht|a and bo«»M. 
Bathing, oierrtor, clothlag. 
Food*: dlgMUMIIty of. awthuds of ooohing : 

what tho body rvt|iilni and doM not r»- 

qalro. 
iB^nre «at#r, ■ImAufac drinka« la^arm, and 

nlh^ aaf W i l lie; lh#tr anCnrt and oflbcta In 

vart«)aa aaMmnta, on the hinun syatrm. 
Ilaldl, ll> Inhrrttann*. fbnnaUoo, and convex 

tkMi. Rf^atallM fur a hmlthy body and a 

•onnd Mind. 
PfM-IAc contagion* dUeaait^ 
LwtnrM*, nuCfo, and lUnatmtlunt. 



T«xt>bo6ka. 



IIowvl!*! Theory of 
I>eTiatlona of Che Oom 



Kvane'e 
Maaoal for the Davla' 
tloaa of Cho Cc 
In Iron Sblpn 



lliaavenet't Spherkml 
and Practical AaCron*. 
•y. 

Howeirt Marine S«r- 
▼eying. 

PrqIecCloa 1^li& 

Bowditch*! VnTlgnlctr. 



rntter't 
Phyelology 



COURSE OF INSTRDCTION, 



69 



A88IQNMENT OF TIHE. 





Fourth 
clan. 


Third Second 
clan. claaa. 


Fim 

clan. 


, DefMutmenta. 


lat 
term. 


2d 
term. 


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2d 
term. 


Ist 

term. 


2d 
tenn. 


lit 
term. 

4 
3 
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3 
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term. 


Seamunahip, NaTai Goiutraetioii, «nd NaT«l Tactici 

OntiiMicff and Onnn^iry...... ..,._._..-_ .....-__.. 


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Mechaaioi and Applied Blathematlct 

Fhysica and Chemliftry...... .._._. _,. ,...-_„___ 











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61 



TABLE OF CO-EFFiaENTS. 



Departraeot and bubjects. 



Seamaiuh^f Natat QmatrHcHoiit and JVuvoi Tactkti. 

Seamanwhlp, Ship Boilding, and Naral Tactics 

Cmiae Beports, Narigation Note Books, Jou^lall^ and 

StaUon Bills 

Practice Cruise .- 



Ordnance and Gunnery. 
Ordnaace Instractions, Infantry Tactics, and Gunnery 
Ordnance and Gunnery 



Attrtnuymy^ Kavigatiou^ antl Swreyiug. 

Astronomy, NaTfgation, and Surveying 

Practice Cruise 



Steam Eag'meering. 
Steam Kachinery, Marine Engines, and Boilers 

Practical Instruction in Steam ^.. 

?<uminer Practical Work 



MeehanUx anrl Applied Mathnnatlc*. 
Differential and Integral Calculus, and Mechanics 
Least Square#and Strength of Materials 



PhffnieH and Ckeitudry. 

Chemistry and Physics 

Physica 

Physics 



M^tthetnatitv. 

Algehra and Geometry . 

Trigonometry, Analytical Geometry, and Descriptive 
Geometry .- 

Engluh Studies^ Hidory, and Law. 

Knglisb and History 

English, History, and Law 



Modem Language*. 

French, Spanish, and German 

French, Spanish, and German 



Medtanieai Drawing. 
Mechanical Diawing . 

MisoeflaneotM. 

Physiology and Hygiene 

Conduct «»- 



Maxima for each class 

Dednctlon for each demerit 




*In making up the standing for a year, the second term is giTen double the weight of the first term. 



62 COURSE OF INSTRUCTION. 

PRACTICAL INSTRUCTION OF CADETS. 

SEAMANSHIP. 

Knotting and spliouig; compaM and lead line; ship nomenolatare ; cutting and 
fitting 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 sails ; rigging ship; stripping ship ; shifting spars; getting under way 
and anchoring; evolutions with vessels under sail and under steam; signaling. 
Army and Navy codes ; management of steam launches; steam fieet tactics (with 
steam launches). 

ORDXAXCE AXD OUSSERY. 

School of the S4)ldier ; school of the company ; school of the battalion (infantry) : 
skirmish drill ; school of the battery ; school of the battalion (artillery) ; cxorciMm 
with broadside guns, pivot guns, monitor guns, mortars, boat howitzers, and machinr 
guns; target practice with small>arms; target practice with' mortars ; target pnu'^ 
tica afloat with machine guns, rifled howitsers, and great guns; small-sword exer- 
cise; broad-sword exercise; handling and firing torpedoes; determination of tho 
strength and elasticity of gun-metal, with testing machine; determination of muxxU* 
velocities with the Schultx chronoscope ; determination of pressures in gnus by 
means of pressure gauges; experimental determination of range tables, also of tha 
Jump and driA ; application of photography to ordnance purposes ; the preparation 
and inspection of ordnance material. 

• 

ASTROXOMY, yAYIGATIOX, AND SVRVEYISG, 

Practical navigation; sur\'eying 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 obser>atiouM 
finding the approximate and the exact coefficient and the horizontal and vertical 
forces acting on the standard and steering compasses; also finding the heeling c(> 
elScientii for the same compasses without heeling the ship. 

STEAM ES6ISEERISG. 

Vise-bench work ; forging ; \»otler-making ; pattern-making ; machine-tool work ; 
taking apart and putting together engines; running engines of launches, vesseU. 
and monitore (motive and turrets 



moaRAMME OF PKACTICAL INSTRUCTION. 

Wben inoro than one kind of exercise i« prescribed duriug a week the number of each exercieo is indicated 
\tj a figure iu parentlieaia. 

FIRST CLASS. 



Months. 



Oct _, 



?roT__. 



Dec 



Jan 



J* 



2 

3 

4 



4 

1 
2 
3 
4 
1 
2 
3 
4 



Fir»t Division. 



Second Division. 



Company (4) . 
Monitor (I). 
Battery (4). 
Monitor (I). 
Seamanship. 
TariB^et great guns (4). 
Monitor (1). 
Seamanship. 
8team tortics (4). 
Monitor '1), 
Dattaliou infantry (4). 
Monitor (1). 
Dattalion artillery. 
Broadsword. 
St(«m. 
Practical ordnance. 

St (»am. 

Sumll sworci. 

Steam. 

Practical orduaucc. 



. Battery (4). 

Monitor (I). 

Company (4). 
' Monitor (I). 
' Seamanship. 
I Steam tactics (4). 
I Monitor (I). 
• Seamansliip. 

Target great gnns (4). 

Monitor (1). 

Battalion infantry(4). 

Monitor (1). 

Battalion artillery. 

Stoani. 

Broadsword. ' 

Steam. 

Practical ordnance. 
Steam. 
I Smallsword. 
Steam. 



Third Division. 



Target great guns (4). 
Monitor (1). 
Steam tactics (4). 
Monitor (1). 
Seamanship. 
Company (4). 
Monitor (1). 
Seamanship. 
Batt«ry (4). 
Monitor (I). 
Battalion infantry (4). 
Monitor (1). 
BatUlion artillery. 
Practical ordnance. 
Steam. 
Broadsword. 

Steam. 

Practical ordnance. 

Steam. 

Small sword. 



Fourth Division. 



Steam tactics (4). 
Monitor (1), 
Target great guns (4). 
Monitor (I). 
Seamanship. 
Battery (4). 
Monitor (1). 
Seamanship. 
Company (4). 
Monitor (1). 
Battalion infantry (4). 
Monitor (1). 
Battalion artlUerj'. 
Steam. 

Practical ordnance. 
Steam. 

Broadsword. 

Steam. 

Practical ordnance. 

Steam. 



SKMt-Al«NUAL EXAMINATION. 



Feb 



Veir 



April — 



M&y 



I 



Jaof 1 to 

10. 



1 
2 
•A 

4 . 
1 ' 
2 

3 , 

4 I 

1 I 
2* 

3 

4 I 
1 
2 
3 

4 

5 

M. 
T. 
W. 
Th. 
F.' 
8. 



/ 



June 10 to 

Aug. 2S. 

Sept 



Stoain. 
BrondHword. 
Steam. ' 

S<*aniausliip. 
Stoam. I 

Deviat'n compass (4). , 
Sttamansbip (IJ. < 

S4«amari!4liip. 
(ioncral quarterM. 
SnamaDNhip. 
Target great guns (4). 
(i«ne rai quarters (1). 
Skinnish ^4). 
Seamanship (I). 
Steam tactics (4). 
Seamanship (1). 
Tori»edoes (4). 
General quarters (I). 
Battalion infantry (4). 
Seamanship (1). 
Battalion artillery (2). 
Sitantanship (3). 
Steam tactics (3). 
Cencral quarters (2). 

Battalion infantry. 
Battalion artillery. 
Uf neral qnartcrs. 
Steam tactics. 
Battalion infantry. 
Seamanship. 



Practical ordnance. 
Steam. 
Broarlsword. 
Steam. 
Seamanship. 
DeviaVn compass (4). 
Seamanship (1). 
Seamanship. 
(General quarters. 
Seamanship. 
Skinnish (4>. 
General quarters (1). 
Target great guns (4). 
Seamanship (1). 
Torpedoes (4). 
Seamanship ^1). 
Steam tactics (4). 
General quarters (1). 
Battalion infantry (4). 
Seamanship (1). 
Battalion artillery (2). 
Seamanship (3). 
Steam Uetlcs (3). 
General quartets (2). 

Battalion infantry. 
Battalion artillery. 
General quarters. 
Steam tactics. 
Battalion infantry. 
Seamanship. 



Steam. 
Seamanship. 
Steam. 
Broadsword. 
Steam. 

Deviat'n compass (4). 
Seamanship (1). 
Seamanship. 
General quarters. 
Seamanship. 
Steam tactics (4). 
General quarters (1). 
Torpedoes (4). 
Seamanship (1). 
Target great guns (4). 
Seamanship (1). 
Skirmish (4). 
General quarters (1). 
Battelion infantiy (4). 
Seamanship (I). 
battalion artillery (2). 
Seamanship (3). 
Steam tactics (3). 
General quarters (2). 

Battalion infantry. 
Battalion artillery. 
General quarters. 
Steam tactics. 
Battalion infantry. 
Seamanship. 



ANNUAL KXAMIKATION. 



Small sword. 
Steam. 
Seamanship. 
SteAm. 
Broadsword. 
Deviat'n compass (4). 
Seamanship (I). 
Seamanship. 
General quiu^en. 
Seamanship. 
Torpedoes (4). 
General quarters (1). 
Steam tactics (4). 
Seamanship (1). 
Skirmish (4). 
Seamanship (1). 
Target great guns (4). 
General quarters (I). 
Battalion infantiy (4). 
Seamanship (1). 
Battalion artillery (2). 
Seamanship (3). 
Steam tactics (3). 
General quarters (2). 

Battalion Infantry. 
Battalion artillery. 
General quarters. 
Steam tactics. 
Battalion infantry. 
Seamansliip. 



I*ractico cruise 
On leave. 




63 






&4 



PHACTICAL IXSTRLCTION. 



8BCOKD CUkJm, 



llunlba. 



t 



rirat •iivtolua. 



!*« i»n«l dlTUtun. 



Thlnl diTiilon. 



F<iiinli (llTt«i«*ti 



Ik I 1 r<tmpmay. 

t IWtUrv. 

1 fV»Ma«iiatit|i. 

4 Pitui mm*. 

N»v .... 1 fl««iwiii«hi|* 

'i fM««0i Uuo< tt<«« 

.1 IWltelUrti liif.iittrT 

4 BAtlalion Mrtill'tt. 

Iw, 1 Kluall •«uii. 

4 

3 MrAJn 

4 ^wm4ll•l1•hl|• 



r<tttttiBiiii . 
!V«nuiiwhit> 

ItotUltou iiifi«ntr%, 
lUtUliMO *itiU«iv 

MftikU ••on!, 

Stk^y fllgrtAlii. 

BriMMl««<inl 



M*«ni Uiiu<ho#. 
}*• Mmiiwhip. 

lUitorv. 

BAltAliHii Iiir4ntf7. 
IWlUlwtii Artilli r,T. 

Strttio. 
AomII Bwonl. 

BruMbvunl. 



I^UftOi Imnnrbrs. 

S«M|IMIkllt(l. 

lUarry. 

8nMllftJ»»hl|t. 

ronimny. 
IliitUlkin lofkMlr-v. 
Il»ltalk>ti arUlWr* 

Anuill ••f«nl. 
Smnuuitlill*. 



hft:MIANNt \I. K\ All I NATION. 



KH. 



I«r 



A I* 



•tifth 



1 «t«>am 

.1 Mf^ni. 

4 Prm* iit«l ••nlii.itK •• 

2 Hr^m^U-m >r i 4 

4 <*• ti« r»i >|i 411* r« 

1 h< fciu«iiiklii| 

• Ta/rf* t Cf> it* fni>« I. 

^-ifr'a' •♦.ij I 
4 *!' »«u I* <» • 4 . 

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4 

t'i^'ifr^t r]itar1i'* •! . 
; lUttall n irir*it1r^ 4>. 
^«n. %ii«l.it> It 

3 Halt* >• M •rtn'*r} 1 

4 M'»m ta« tw • 1 
(*4U>r«l |uarl' r« .'•. 

V |Wfi«it-4. iiifiutrv. 

T HatU.x n •Ttiii^iy. 

W <«« n»r«l |uarUf«. 

Til <»t<mtri ta< IK « 

t. HalUli «> lltfaAlrj 



Sr>4man«tiip 

M* arn. 

Mitiall •witni. 

mi ant 

i*raf f I' al imtti.i' • • 

llr •A«l««» >nl I 4 

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tiallalixit iltfai>1r« 
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<««ii' rai •|U<«rt« r*. 
f^l^afn Lai III •. 
IWitaii<in infantry 
^r«i»«ftahi|>. 



Vrtki fit at oriiitani <* 
Htiiall litKunl. 

•<• -IT!. 

|1mib>ta«Mr«l 1 1 . 
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im fit rml •(tiart* r*. 

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lUtUltatn artillrrji. 
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ttatUlliin aftlllrry 
<«« ii<-ral i|nartrr*. 
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(•rfirrat •;«art*'ft ■ ! 
Haltalloti i(ifanli7 \\ 
S<^inan«hi|> I 
|lnt4«)i<>n artilWty •• 
ivtunaoahlp <.t 
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l^ttalifo artltUr). 
(««-nrral «|iiart«c^ 
•*lcmni tmiU'* 
llattaii'Mi xuimmtr} 
v«m*a«hip. 






INM'AL CXA1ftN\Tti>N. 



pRAcncAL iKSTRncnmr. 



65 



SECOND GLASS. 



months. 


m 

1 


Tint dlTMon. 

Machine-shop a^m. 
Target machine-guns 

p. m. 
Machine-shop a. m. 
Target howitzera p. ui. 

Xaefaino«shop a. m. 

Mary signals ; Amiy 
stgnaht p. m. 

Bunaing steani cot- 
ters a. m. 

Howlte^n afloail p. m. 


Second diTisfon. 


Third division. 


Tourth division. 




Machine-shop a. m. 
Howitzers afloat p. m. 

Machinr-shop a. m. 
Target machine guns 

p. m. 
Machine shop a. m. 
Tar/et howitzers p. m. 

Running steam cut- 

tere a. m. 
Nary signals; Army 


Machine-shop a. m. 
Navy signals; Army 

signals p. ni. 
Machine-shop a. m. 
Howitzers afloat p. ro. 

Machine-shop a. m. 
Target machine guns 

p.m. 
Banning steam cnt- 

tere a. m. 
Target howitzera p.m. 


Machine-shop a. m. 
Target howitzera p. m. 

Machine-shop a.m. 
Navy signals; Army 

signals p. m. 
Macnine-shop a. m. 
Howitzera afloat p. in« 

Running steam cut- 
ters a. m. 
Target machine guns. 


i 




Hiiphloc-slMV a. m. 
Boalap. n. 
Machiua-Aop a. m. 
TArg(*t gfvat gans 


siffnals p. m. 
MadkUMHsbop a. m. 
Boats p. m. 
MacfalBo-abop a. m. 
Mortar pfactioa p. m. 


Machine-shop a. m. 
Boats p. m. 
Machine-shop a. m. 
Btatip. m. 


Machine-shop a. m. 
Boats p.m. 
MachiueHihop a. m. 
Steam tactics p. m. 


/ 




Machioaahop a. m. 
Steam tactics p. m. 


MacMtta alioip a. a. 
Tiaigat great gaas 
p. a. 

Maoliia»<«liop a. m. 
Steam tsotksp.a. 


Madiine-ahop a. m. 
Maftar practice p. m. 


Machine-shop a. m. 
Boati p. m. 






Macfatflc sfcap a. m* 
Boatop.m. 


Machloe-shop a. m. 
"Bargat great guns 


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






]larhte*^oB a. au 
llortar paadlee p. m. 


Machl»e-shop a. m. 
Boata p. m. 


p. IB« 

Machine-«hop a. m. 
Steam tactics p. m. 


Machine-shop a. m. 
Target great gaaa 


8«p< 


10 


Maokiaa-sbop a. m. 
Boats p^m. 


Machine-shop a. m. 
Boats p. m. 


MachincHihop a. m. 
Boats p. m. 


Machine-ahop a. m. 
Boats p. m. 






>0n leave. 


On leave. 


On leave. 


On leave. 



1129&-5 



66 



PRACTICAL INSTRtirriON. 



THIKU GI^SS. 



|(>nth«. 






Kir»t (llTlnktii. 



Ckl * ' ' nni|wtij. 

'* llatt«'i-> . 
:t H4,uiiAii<»lil|» 

'J l\»tk\». 

A IUtUh>'li Ut(AUtt}. 
4 llMttalt"!! iutill* 1) 
I SiiiaII •wnl. 

:: , Hik^miji: loft. 

4 

Jan ... .- I ' S«'«m.i«»-J»lp. 

4 ' llriwl-i<l< guui>. 



r*'. — - . 



ti4«t>»d <U% Mon. 



Sr*rtiaii*hi|>. 

N-niii«n>hi|i. 
I'lviil cull*. 
Ilatinltoii infitttn. 
ItetinMoti .trliU«'M. 

S'«tltMll«lll|< 

liliCUillK i*'f^ 

^|l| ill kWoIiI. 



Thlnl divUion. 



I'Wut iiunit. 

Sfuninn«Iiil>. 

I'4iinj>nny. 
S<-riittittt-hl}>. 
Ilnlttiy. 

IWittaliuii inrMiitry. 
lUttaliMti Mfttll(*r>. 

>i>MIIIMIl"iti|i. 

>ntiin •wui'il. 

• 



FooitU divtalo*. 



Boats. 

H<>ttntan*hlp. 
UattvM. 
h<<niitBn»hlp. 
(^mlp«>lT. 
B*IUti«>n liitUilVT. 
Biilttii<»ti 9gta\0Wf. 

Bt\Mtfli«l» RUM 



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f. 






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BftttaliPtil*' 
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ANNr\L K\AlltXATl<»X. 



i«iH< *• \ 



.-— Ott lr*1# 



PRACTICAL INSTRUCTION. 



67 



FOURTH GI«AS8. 



Months. 


1 

1 


Itrst dlTision. 


Second division. 


Third division. 


Fourth division. 


Oct 


Company. 


Battery. 


Gymnastics. 


Boats. 




2 


Battery. 


Company. 


Boats. 


Gymnastics. 




3 


Seamanship. 


Seamanship. 


Seamanship. 


Seamanship. 




4 Gymuttiiticfl. 


Boats. 


Company. 


Batt«jry. 


JTOT 


1 Seamauship. 


Seamanship. 


Seamaiuhip. 


Seamanship, 




2 Boats. 


Gymnastics. 


Battery. 


Company. 




3 Battalion infantry. 


Battalion infantry. 


Battalion infantry'. 


liattalion infantry. 




4 Battalion artillerr. 


Battalion artillery. 


Battalion artillery. 


Battalion artillery. 


Dw 


1 


Dancing. 


GymnaKtics. 


Broadside guns. 


Rigging loft. 




S 


ligging loft. 


Dancing. 


Gymnastics. 


Broadside guns. 




S 

4 


Brondsido gnns. 


Bigging loft. 


Dancing. 


Gymnastics. 




1 , QyaiMHiticii. 


Broadside guns. 


Rigging loft. 


Dancing. 




2 ' DaD«»i)g. 


Gymnastics. 


Broadside gnns. 


Rigging h)ft. 




3 &l|0(inf{ loft. 


Dancing. 


Gymnastics. 


Broadside guns. 


1 


4 


BnMdsido gnnft. 


Rigging loft. 


Dancing. 


GyniiisMic9. 




ft 
1 


8SMI-ANNUAL EXAMINATION. 


reb 


Gymnastics. 


Broadside guns. 


Riggi>»g ioft. 


DaaciDff. 




2 


Dancing. 


(tymnastics. 


Dancing. 


Rigging loft. 




3 


Rigging loft. 


Dancing. 


Gymnastics. 


Daaetog. 




4 


Dancing. 


Rigging loft. 


Dancing. 


GyttiMuMca. 


lUr- 


1 > Gymnasticti. 


Dancing. 


Rigging loft. 


Dancing. 




2 ('ompauy (4). 


Company (4). 


Company (4). 


SeaaMnobip (1). 




Soanianthip (1). 


^eamallAhip (1). 


Seamanship (li. 




3 > 8eamao8bip. 


Seamaniship. 


Seamanship. 


SeHinanritip. 




4 General quarters. 


General quarters. 


General quarters. 


General quoitera. 


Ayril 


1 Seamanship. 


Seamanship. 


Seamanship, 


ScamaDslii^ 




2 Rig(cin« loft (4). 
1 Geut^raT quarters (1). 


Skinnish (4). 


Seamanship (4). 


BoAli (4). 




General quarters (1). 


General quarters (1). 


General quartsrs (1). 




3 Skirmish (4). 


Rigging loft (4). 


Boats (4). 


SeaoHUMhlp. 




' Seamanship (I). 


Seamanship (I). 


Seamanship f1). ^ 
Rigging loft (4). ^ 






4 1 St^amanship. 


Boiiti) (4). 


Skirmish (4). 




1 


Seunianship (1). 


Scums nship (1). 


SeniMiiisllip (1). 


ma^... 


1 Boats (4). 


S<<amanf>liip (4). 


bkimiish (4). 


Bigglnc loft (4). 
General qoorters (1). 
Battal'n infantry (4). 




General quartern (1). 


General quarters (1). 
BattaPn fnfantry (4). 


Geneml quarters (1). 




2 Battarn infantry (4). 


Battal'n Infantry (4). 






Sf;amanBliip (1). 


Seamanship (I). 


Seamanship (1). 


Seamonahip (1). 
Battal'n artillery (2). 




3 


Battarn artillery (2). 


Battarn artillery (2). 


fiattal'u artillery (2). 




j Seanianfihlp (.')). 


Seamanship (a). 


Seamanship (3). 


SeauMUMhip (3). 




4 


8t>atnan»hip (3). 


Si'umanshipi^). 


Seamanship (3). 


Seaiiiati«)tlp (3). 






Gen(*ral quarters (2). 


General quarters (2). 


Geneml quarters (2). 


i;«nenil qu- .t*r« ('M. 


Vifth 


M. 


Battalion infantry. 


Battalion infantry. 


Battalion infantry. 


Battalion intantij. 


•kO 


T. ! Battalion artillery. 


Battalion artillery. 


Battalion artillery. 


BattaHoQ ortllUty. 




W. 1 Gsncral quarters. 


(teneral quarters. 


General quarters. 


Geneml quarters. 




Til. 


Buate. 


BoaU. 


Boats. 


Boats. 




r 


Battalion in&ntry. 


Battalion infantr}*. 


Battalion infantry. 


Battalion infkatry. 




8. 

1 


SeajBWBship. 


Seamanship. 


Seamanship. 


Seamaatblp. 






ANNUAL EXAMINATION. 






ractSee enilK. 






1 Ikhool of soldier.* 


School of soldier.* 


School of soldier.* 


Schwl of soldier.* 




9 School of soldier.* 


School of soldier.* 


School of soldier.* 


School of soldier.* 




3 


( i^hool of soldier.* 


School of soldier.* 


School of soldier.* 


School of soldier.* 




1 8ch. sec. howitzer. 


^ch. sec. howitzer. 


Sch. sec. howitzer. 


Sch. sec. howiUer. 




4 


J School of soldier.* 


School of soldier.* 


School of soldier.* 


School of soldier.* 




(Sch. sec. howitzer. 


Sch. sec. howitzer. 


Sch. sec. howitzer. 


Sch. sec. howitzer. 



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UNITED. STATES NAVAL ACADEMY, 




ANNAPOLIS, MD. 




FORTIETH ACADEMIC YEAR. 




1889-'90. 




WASHINGTON: 




GOTEENMKNT PEINTING OFFICE. 




188'J. 



AXNUAL REGISTER 



UNITED STATES NAVAL ACADEMY, 

ANNAPOLIS, MD. 

FORTIETH ACADEMIC YEAR. 

1889-'90. 



■SVASniSGTOK: 

60TBBKMENT PBINTINO OFFICE 

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C O X T E X T S . 



Page. 

Historical Skstch 5 

Superintendents , 8 

Board op Visitors 9 

Academic Calendar 10 

Caucndar, 1889-'90 11 

Oppicers Attached to the Academic Stapp 12 

Oppicbrs not Attached to the Academic Stapp 15 

Academic Board i 15 

Cadkt Oppicers 16 

Practice Cruise, 18H9 16 

Cadets, with Relative Standing in Classes 19 

Numerical Summary 33 

Appointments, Discharqes, Resignations, Etc 34 

Merit Rolls, 1«88-'89 37 

Requisites por Admission 49 

Course op Instruction 55 

Assignment op Time 68 

Programme of Recitations 69 

Table op Co-rppicibnts ^ 70 

Course op Practical Instruction 71 

Programme op Practical Instruction 72 

Summary op Practical Instructions 77 

3 



THE UNITED STATES NAVAL ACADEMY. 



The United States Naval Academy was foanded in 1845 by the Hon. George Ban- 
croft, Secretary of the Navy, in the administration of President James K. Polk. It 
was formally opened October 10, of that year, under the name of the Naval School, 
with Commander Franklin Bachanaa as superintendent. It was placed at Annapolis, 
Md., on the land occupied by Fort Severn, which was given up by the war depart- 
ment for the purpose. The course was fixed at five years, of which only the first and 
the last were spent at the school, the intervening three being passed at sea. This 
arrangement was not strictly adhered to, the exigences of the service making it nec- 
essary, 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 uutil drafted for service at sea; and 7 acting midBbipmen, 
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 followed in order by the subsequent dates until the reorganization of the school 
in 1850. 

In September, 1849, the following board was appointed to revise the plan and the 
regnlarions of the naval school : 

Commander William B. Shubrick, 
Commander Franklin Buchanan, ' 
Commander Samuel F. Du Pont, 
Commander Oeorge P. Upshur, 
Surgeon W. S. W. Ruscbenberger, 
Professor William Chauvenet, 
Captain Henry Brewerton, U. S. Army. 

The plan reported by the board was approved, and went into operation July 1, 1850. 
The new organisation pravided for a course of seven years, the first two and the last 
two at the school and the three intermediate years at sea. The school was placed un- 
der the supervision of the bureau of ordnance and hydrography, and its name was 
changed to the United States Naval Academy. The corps of professors was enlarged, 
the course was extended, and the system of separate departments with executive 
heads was fully adopted. It was provided thtlt a board of visitors should make 
an annual inspection of the academy, and report upon its condition to the Secretary 
of the Navy. A suitable vessel was attached to the academy as a practice-ship, and 
the annual practice-cruises were begun. 

After the system bad been in operation a year, new changes were proposed, and the 
recommendations of the academic board on the subject were referred to the board of 
examiners for the year 1851, composed of the following-named officers : 

Commodore David Conner, 
Captain Samuel L. Breese, 
Commander C. K. Stribling, 
Commander A. Bigelow, 
Commander Franklin Buchanan, 
Lieutenant Thomas T. Craven. 

The change recommended by the board of examiners, and adopted by the Depp* 
ment, consisted mainly in leaving ont the requirement of three years of sea-s 



6 HISTORICAL SKETCH. 

in tb« middle of the oonne, that niAkiag the four yean of stady ooDseoutiTe* Tbe 
pr»ctice-cmiee rapplied the pUoe of the omitted 8e»-aervioe, and gave better opp4)r- 
tanitiee of training. The change went into operation in November, 1K>1, togrtbc»r 
with other improTementa recommended by the board. This eyetem baa been oonttii- 
ned, with some slight modificatione, to the present time. The first claae to feceiv<» 
the benefit of It waathat which entered In 1851. Sir memberaof thie claw coraplotr^l 
the oonrw in three years, and were graduated In Jnne, 1854 ; the rest of the vlmim 
followed in 1855. 

In May, 1861, on the outbreak of the war, the academy waa removed to New|»ort, 
R. I. The three npper clawMiii were detached and ordered to sea, and the remaining 
acting midshipmen were quartered in the Atlantic House and on board the frif^st^^ii 
CoDstttntion and Santee. In the summer of 18<S5 the academy was moved hark 
to Annapolis, where tt has since remained. 

When the bnrean of navigation was established, July 5, 1862, the academy «««• 
placed nnder its NUpervision ; March 1, lH<r7, it was placed under the direct carr sml 
supervision of the navy department, the administrative routine and financial msu- 
airement being still ccindurted through the bureau. On the 11th of March, l*^iO, x\t\<^ 
ofilclal oonnertioD with the bureau ceased, but was renewed by the general onler nf tb«« 
navy departitirnt ifwutMi June 25, 1H><9. 

The term of tlic ai'ademic coone wait change<l by law, March 3, IhTII, from ftmr to 
ttii yeare. The change took cfi'^ct with the claMS that entere<l In the foUomnit; 
summer. 

In l^iti a rliuM of acting thinl-iiiw«fitttnt erigiucers was ordered to the academy f«ir 
iustnirtion. The coonw embraced the subjects of stearo«eugine«^riug, m«H*batit«ni. 
cheniistr>', uK'cbanicN, and practical exercises with the steam-engine and in thr 
machinc^Mhop. This cIuhn was Kni<lnat4Hl in June, IrsW, together with two ra«lot 
engtne4»ni wbci biMl entered the academy in lCM»7. After an interval of four ye.ir«. 
in October, 1^71, a new clans of cadet^engineem was admit te<l. This clajw followisl 
a two yearn* course, no mew )i at more extended than that of the class of IHlH, and m.i« 
graduated in l^:i. In 1H72 and in 1873 new classes were a<lniitted, the fimt of «« hi« h 
left the academy in 1>^74 and the second in 1K75. By an act of congrens, appr»iv«Ml 
February 24. 1><74, the coume of instruction for ca<let-engine<«rm was nioiie four yesm 
instead of two; the new pniviitioii was first applied to the class entering theaca4leni> 
in the year l'C4. Thi^ claiw was graduated in June, 187r<. 

By an act of congre^iii, approved August 5, It*^, it was pntvidtnl tliat from tha^ 
date "there kIiaII bo no ap|Miiiitment« of caiietomidNUipnien or cadet^euginet^M at 
the naval a«*tt4leniy, Imt in lien thereof naval cadets ihall lie ap|M)inted frttm each 
congTMsional district and st lar^e, as now provided hy law fur cailet-mldnhtpuien, 
aiid all the nn«)fr);radunteii at the nuval academy ihall theresAer Im' d(*ftignated and 
railed * na\al rajlet*** ; and. from thoiir who micce»<«inily complete the »\x %earti'c«»iir«e, 
ap|H)intmentii %)iall hereafter be made an it Is necesMsry to till va4*ai)cii*<i in the l«i\\r*r 
grad«« of the linr ami engineer corf»i« of the navy ami of the nisrine corfts: Amd yrit- 
ridrd fmrikrr. That no i;cester niimln'r of appotntmi*nt« into thene Kradea «hall l*e 
ma<!e each >ear than AvxW eiinal thejiiim1»erof vacancies nhich have oecurred in the 
sani^ gnwlra ilrmn^ the pi«*4*fMlni^ ye;kr, •«iich nppotntmetits tti lie made from the 
gradnaie^i of the y<'ar at the roncliii«ii>n of their fitx yeari' coitriN', in order of m«Tit, 
aa ilrleruiined h> the acadrnuc iMtanl of the naval ai 4iieniy ; the aw«i^iiiueut to the 
vartoiis cor|»<« to Im* niutle \>\ the >4>('retaty of the Nav\ upon the rrcommeudatidn 
of the a« a<l<-nur iNiartL lint uothiuji; h^nMu contsinrd 4ha)l riMlace the number of 
appoit tmenlA ftorii %iu h ^rA^liiate'ii Im>Iow t^Mi in ivach >ear. nor deprive of nucli a(t- 
|M>iiiimrut any ^rai'.uate who mav compU'tr tUr hik v»«.in»* otMinw diirini; the year l**'"^ 
Ami If there he a •tirplii« of tcraditate*. tho*«> who ilul not tensive mirh apfKitntnirrit 
iih.kll h* )*Meii a certiiii ate of i;r a<Iii.iI tun, an lii>iioruUle di^'h.tfire, and one >ear'ii«4*a- 
pa} . a* now pto\ idf-il lt> law for cuh't'iiiiiUhipiiirh ; innl «ei niiirh <tf •e<tion l.VJl tif 
the IC( v.««<l >t.itufei» .i« ifl Mii'«oiiiiitfiit hirt«witli m lierehy r*'p«'a!i4l * 



HISTORICAL SKETCH. 7 

• 
'' That aoy cadet whose poBition in his class entitles him to be retained in the serv- 
ice may, upon his own application, be honorably discharged at the end of the four 
yeui-s' course at the naval academy, with a proper certificate of gradnation." 

The act of congress, approved March 2, 1889, provides that ** the academic board 
of the naval academy shall on or before the thirtieth day of September in each year 
separate the first class of naval cadets then commencing their fourth year into two 
diviaionB, as they may have shown special aptitude for the duties of the respective 
corps, in the proportion which the aggregate number of vacancies occurring in the 
preceding fiscal ^ear ending on the thirtieth day of June in the lowest grades of 
commlBKoned officers of the line of the navy and marine corjM of the navy shall 
bear to the nnmber of vacancies to be supplied from the academy occurring during 
the same period in the lowest grade of commissioned officers of the engineer corps of 
the navy ; and the cadets so assigned to the line and marine corps division of the 
iirst class shall thereafter pursue a course of study arranged to fit them for service in 
the line of the navy, and the cadets so assigned to the engineer corps division of 
the first class shall thereafter pursue a separate course of study arranged to fit them 
for service in the engineer corps of the navy, and the cadets shall thereafter, and 
oTitil final graduation at the end of their six years' course, take rank by merit with 
those in the same division, according to the merit marks ; and from the final gradu- 
ates of the line and marine corps division, at tbe end of their six years' course, ap- 
pointments shall be made hereafter as it shall be necessary to fill vacancies in the 
lowest grades of commissioned officers of the line of the navy and marine corps ; 
and the vacancies in the lowest grades of the commissioned officers of the engineer 
corps of the navy shall be filled in like manner by appointments from the final 
graduates of the engineer division at the end of their six years' course : Provided, 
That no greater number of appointments into the said lowest grades of commissioned 
officers shall be made each year chan shall eqnal the number of vacancies which 
shall have occurred in the same grades during the fiscal year then current ; such ap- 
{lo^tments to be made from the final graduates of the year, in the order of merit as 
determined by the academic board of the naval academy, the assignment to be 
made by the Secretary of the Navy upon the recommendation of tbe academic board 
at the conclusion of the fiscal year then current ; but nothing contained herein or in 
the naval appropriation act of August fifth, eighteen hundred and eighty-two, shall 
reduce the number of appointments of final graduates at the end of their six years 
conne below twelve in each year to the line of the navy, and not less than two shall 
be appointed annually to the engineer corps of the navy, nor less than one annually 
to the marine corps ; and if the nnmber of vacancies in the lowest grade.Taforesaid, 
occurring in any year shall be greater than the number of final graduates of that 
year, the surplus vacancies shall be filled from the final graduates of following years, 
as they shall become available.'' 

" That after the fourth day of March, eighteen hundred and eighty-nine, tbe mini- 
mam age of admission of cadets to the academy shall be fifteen years and the maxi- 
mum age twenty years." 



SUPERINTENDENTS 



OK TIIK 



UNITKD STATKS XAVAI. ACWnEMY. 



*• 



AA«umf>d ciiuiiuaimI : 

Sfpi. :;, 1M:i.— C'uiiiiii:iiiat*r Fnmklm Btiolmujiiu 
Mar. i:», l<t7.— C«>iiinintiiU«r (ifurfft' 1*. rpHhtir. 
July 1. l^:i4).~Coniiiittii«lor CuruoliiiH K. Strililiii^;. 
Nov. I, iKvi.—CcMniimtiHrr Lou in M. GoliUlM>ron^h. 
S<»pL 15, lri:>7.— CupUin (»fS)rK<* S. Blnkr. 
^♦••pl. U. lH<i:>.— RemrAilinlral l)avi«i D. Portrr. 
liec. I, lHi>9.~Cotiitn(Nl(>re .lohu L. Wortloii. 
««?pt.22, l»?74.— Kfiir.Adiiiiral C. K. P, K<«l,;erH. 
July 1, 187H.— ('ouiiiiodoi>* Foxhall A. Paikor. 
AiiK. ^, 1«7».— Ki*ftr-Adiiiiral OiHir^e B. Balcli. 
June Kl, IH-1.-Hfar-A«lunral C. K. P. RcMi>:€»r». 
Nov. 14, l»v^I.— Captaiu F. M. Kiim^ay. 
t*ept. l». I*****;.— CoiiiiiiamltT W. T. ^auipiMm. 



BOARD OF VISITORS, JUNE, 1889. 



Commodore George Brown, U. S. Navy, JPresident 
Hon. M. C. Butler, U. S. Senate, Vice President. 

Hon. H. M. Teller U. S. Senate. . 

Hon. H. A. Herbert House of Representatives. 

Hon« C. H. Grosvenor House of Representati ve.8. 

Hon. Wm. McAdoo House of Representatives. 

Professor Obvn Root Hamilton College, New York. 

T. C. BIjendbnhall President Rose Polytechnic Institute, Indiana. 

General F. A. Walker President Massachusetts Institute Technology. 

L. C. Garland, LL.D Cbanoellor Vanderbilt University, Tennessee. 

General Stewart L. Woodford ....New York. 

Governor Jambs A. Beaver '..Pennsylvania. 

9 



ACADEMIC CALENDAR, 



I --a 

Ortolwr I. — Beginning of Hmt U'rm TiiesUay. 

Jan. 27-K«<b. 1. — Srtni-anniiiil exAODinution Monday-Sat tinl my. 

February 1. — End of fimt ienw Saturday. 

Jqijv :{-7. — Annual exaininntion Monday -Sat a niay. 

May ;il.— -Kiid of arailomir year, IKH>-IH» Saturday. 

May I r>. —Examination o( i andidiitea for aUniimion as naval 

radeta Tbnrsday. , 

S4*pt<«ni1i4«r *2. — Examination of candulatoH fur aflmiiwion aa naral 

eadeta Tuesday. 

(k'tobrr 1.— R4*ginninff of flntt t^mi. IKXMU Wedneaday. 

Tbc araderuti* months ond on t)io follow tug days ; viz.. 



CiriolM^r Sox. *Z 

Novrnil»rr • Nov. :tt) 



February Mar. 1 

March..' Mar.^ 



I>rrrmb<»r De€. '^H .' April Apr. 96 

January Jiin.'iT) May May Sl4 

f>rt<il»»T Nov. 1 I)tH*riiilM*r l>oc.W 

NoviMiilirr ' Nov.*Jl> Jiiiiuttry JaQ.94 

10 



CALENDAR FOR 1889-1890. 



SEPTEMBER. 



MARCH. 



Sun. M. 

1 


T. 


W. 


T. 


F. 


Sat. 


8 ' 9 
15 16 
22 23 

29 I 30 


3 
10 

17 
24 


4 
25 


5 
12 

19 
26 


6 

13 
20 

27 


7 " 

14 
21 

28 


1 


1 


1 













9 
16 

23 
30 



M. 



T. ' W. I T 



3.45 6 
10 I II • 12 13 
17 I iS I 19 20 
24 I 25 26 ' 27 

31 I :— 



F. iSat. 



7 

14 
21 

28 



I 
8 

15 

22 

29 



OCTOBER. 



APRIL. 



6 

»3 
20 

27 



••I 



7 

14 
21 

28 



I 


2 


3 


4 


8 


9 


10 


II 1 


15 


16 


'7 


18 


22 


23 


24 


25 


29 


30 


31 





5 
12 

>9 
26 



6 

13 
20 

27 



7 

14 
21 

28 



t 

8 

15 
22 

29 



9 
16 

23 

30 



3 
10 

«7 

24 



4 
II 
18 

25 



5 
12 

19 
26 



NOVEMBER. 



MAY. 



3 
10 

17 



4 
II 

18 



24 25 



6 
13 



19 i 20 
26 I 27 



7 

14 
21 

28 



I 

8 

15 
22 

29 



9 
16 

23 
30 



II 

18 

25 



4 i* 5 



12 



6 

13 

19 I 20 

26 ] 27 



7 

14 
21 

28 



I 

8 

15 
22 

29 



9 
16 

23 
30 



3 
10 

«7 
24 
31 



DECEMBER. 



I 


1 
2 


8 


9 


15 


16 


22 


23 


29 


30 



9 
16 

23 



6 
'3 



5 
12 

19 20 

26 27 



3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


10 


II 


12 


13 


14 


17 


18 


19 


20 


21 


24 


25 


26 


27 


28 


31 



















JANUARY. 



7 

H 
21 

28 



I 

8 

15 
22 

29 



9 
16 

23 
30 



I 



FEBRUARY. 











3 


4 


5 


6 


10 


II 


12 


13 


17 


18 


19 


20 1 


24 


25 


26 


27 



3 
10 

'7 
24 
31 



4 
II 
18 

25 



7 

14 
21 

28 



I 

8 

IS 
22 



7 

14 
21 

28 



JUNE. 



1 


2 


3 


8 


9 


10 


15 


16 


17 


22 


23 


24 


29 


30 


.... 



4 


5 


6 


7 


II 


12 


13 


14 


18 


19 


20 


21 


25 


26 


27 


28 











SEPTEMiiiiK. 



I 

8 

«5 
22 

29 



5 
12 

19 
26 



6 

13 
20 

27 



-9 
16 

23 
30 



3 4 

10 , II 

17 18 

24 : 25 



OCTOBER. 



7 

14 
21 

28 



I 

8 

«5 
22 

29 



9 
16 



30 



5 6 

12 13 

19 ' 20 

26 27 



3 
10 

17 

24 

3« 



4 
II 

18 

25 



11 



OFFICERS 

ATTACtfCS TO TIB 



UNITED STATES NAVAL ACADEMY. 



iil'rKKIlfTKXiimT. 

CAPTAIX W. T. SAMPSON. 

LlKlIKXATT E. K, M(X1U. 

AttUtant to tk* 9*tprrinUn*l^nt nnd Htcntary of tk* AcatUmxe Board, 

Liii ir^iATT R. O. Peck. 



CbtM iiMin<l4ifi< ((/ Cudftt, 
COMMAKDEH H. OLA^S. 

AmistanI* to Out (X>mmnndant t^ Oad^tt, 

LlSUTM«AVTC<)MMASIt>CK W. W. GtLI.PATaiCK. 

LmrmxATT W. P. Pomii, 
LiBUTftXArr (\ I>. Oallowat, 
LnnTc^iA^T David Da^iius. 



flUHA»ifir. KAVAL rACTii 4 k^u satal co^«T«ucrios. 

Hfod 0/ Tlepannunt, 
OOKM AXDEU C. D. SIOSBEE. 

A»HiUn«U. 
LumVATT W. p. CLi*'»^, 

AMwrA3rr Natal TotiiKt ctor It Oatvwood. 
LuitTCkAJti T. 11 . Porrt. 

MaTTHLW STII'XIM. 



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OFFICERS OF THE UNITED STATES NAVAL ACADEMY. 13 



ORORAKCK AlID GUHHKBT. 

Head of Department^ 
LIErTENAKTCOMMANDBR C. S. SPBRRY. 

AttittanU, 

LlKUTRNANT C. O. BOWMAlf, 
LiBUTEXAXT H. C. OKABINO, 

IShbigx C. H. Hablow. 
Sword'Ma»ter^ 

A. J. COKBRSIEB. 

Aftistant StPord-M(Uter»t 

J. B. Retz, 
G. HkiXTz. 



A8TBONOMT. HAVIOATION, AHD eUKYXYmO. 

Head 0/ Department, 
LISUXENANTCOHMANDER A. WALKBB. 

Aiiistants, 

libutbhant-commandxb w. t. bwixbubxb, 
Lbutbhaht O. B. Habbsb, 
libutbna3it w. f. low. 



BTBAM.BKOINBBBIHO. 

Head of Department^ 
CHIEF EN6IKEBR H. W. FITCH. 

AteietantMt 

PAfieEU-Ae«ISTANT B!COINBBB J. K. BaBTON, 

PAjMED-ABSWTAirT Enoixbbb R. G. Dsmo. 

PAfiSBD-ABSISTAKT ENOINBBB W. N. LITTLB, 
PAMBD-AadlBTAXT EkOINEBB F. H. ELDBIDGB, 
ASSISTAKT ENOIHBKB W. H. ALLDXBDICB. 



MBCHAXICS AMD APPLIXD MATHEMATICS. 

Head of Department^ 

PROFESSOR f. M. RICE. S. B., Ph. D. 

Aeaietantiy 

Ll^UTEN ANT-COMMAKDER J. P. MBBBXLL, 
t.IKUTBNART E. P. WOOl>, 

j s%iQit JoHH Boon, 
EK8ION B. E. Capbhaht. 



14 0FPICER8 OF THE UNITED STATES NAVAL ACADEMY. 



Htad €/ DtjtartmnUt 
PROFESSOR K. M. TBRRY, A. M., Ph. D. 

AsaittanU, 

LiKiTmif Airr T. B. Howaed, 
LutrascAirr W. O. Cutlib, 
LlxurB:<Ajrr B. T. Waluxo. 

ISRVTKKAnr O. tt. DODOK, 

Bxams R. H. Hlhbk. 

PtoriMOK C. B. HASinKft, A. H.. Ph. D. 



MAriisMiTim. 

PROFESSOR W. W. HEKDRICKSON. 

A9»i»tanU, 

LiEi-n!«c.\rr J a vuvij<, 
LiKl IKllATr H. H. HunLBT, 
LlKUriNAMT J. M. OUI HAUU 

Em»IO!I IL G. DkbhIl. 
K<<M(i]« li. Ptirips. 

ENtiKiV C. S. WiLLIAMft. 



BMiilJiM Uri'OIKJI, IliftTMBT. AXI> l.AVT. 

Jtfftii t^ t>fpariwfnt. 
CIIArLAiN E. K. RA\VS<»X. B. A. 

A»tl9ftt**t» 

Lirt TKXAMT R. W iijcwifiMin, 
LiLi iL^4^r J. H. |{Ki«.<.ii, 

IjKI TB^AXT J. r. <.'HI«\P. 

I>»»i<t?i K. WiiKi>iM>ji. 

pKfllT^«uR \V. W. KaI. a. M. 



JJtitd of Jt,jHirtmrttt. 

UErTEXAXTr<)MMAM»KK K 1! C. LEl'TZC 

Lirrtr^A^T A. C lU^rw 

Vui II "'^•K L K. Pt.i tui'WMB. A. M 

K^Miox W. K •H*»i-»i»t', 

A«*i«r«vr 1*it>>)i:w III II \f%ui<>\. 

A*«l*t*«T ri>*ill»M>lt S <«AK^III. 



MB< MA^ll *l l>HAWt«il. 

LiEnEVANr (f. P. 4 urvorojtK<sE« 

piiiirt»<M.i \f iiioBM. 

A»«i*ia%i I'M<rff<»*Mit C K. lti%rtLt.T 



OFFICERS OF THE UNITED STATES NAVAL ACADEBfY. 15 



PHTBIOLOGT AXD HTGIENE. 

Head of Department, 
MEDICAL lySPECTOa B. H. KIDDER, tf. D. 

Aenetante, 
ScBGSOK Q. £. H. Harmon, M. D., 

FAflfiBD-AMISTANT SUBOBON C. W. RUBR, M. D., 

Passbd« Assistant Subobon J. D. Gatbwood, M. D. 



Pro/eeicr qf Mathematiet, 
W. W. JOHKBON, A. M. 

OFFICERS NOT ATTACHED TO THE ACADEMIC STAFF, 

LiBUTEN ANT-CoUMANDBB S. W. Tbbt, in charge of Shipe, 

Pat Imspbctob J. H. Stevbnsok, Oommiesary and General Storekeeper. 

Pat Ihbpbctob T. T. Caswell, Fay Officer. 

AssisTAMT Subobon C. H. T. Lovhidbs, M. D. 

AssisTABT PBOrBSSOB A. X. Bbown, Librarian. 

J. M. Spbmcbb, Aetittant Librarian. 

R. M. Chase, Steretary. 



AUaehed to the Shipe, 

Boatswain J. 8. Sinclair, 
Gunner R. Sommeks, 
Carpbnteb G. W. Conover. 



MATES. 

Attached to the Santee, the Wyoming, and the Phlox^ 

S. Gee, B. G. Perrt, 

C. J. Murphy, W. G. Smith. 



MARINE OFFICERS. 

Captain H. A. Bartlbtt, Commanding Marines, 
Captain J. M. T. Youno, 
Second Lieutenant T. C. Prince. 



ACADEMIC BOARD. 

The Superintendent. 

TbbJCommanoant of Cadets. 

The Head op the Dbpautment of Seamanship, Kaval Tactics, and Naval Conbtbuction. 

Tub Head of thb Department of Ordnance and Gunnbrt. 

The Hbad of the Dbfartmbnt of Astro nomt, Navigation, and Survbtinq. 

The Head of the Dbpabtmbnt of Steam-Enoinebbino. 

The Head of tub Department of Mechanics and Appued Mathematics. 

The Head of the Department of Phtsics and Chbmibtrt. 

Thb Head of tub Department of Mathematics. 

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

TilfB Head of the Department of Modern Languages. * 

The Hea'd of thb Department of Mechanical Drawing. 

The Head of the Drpartment of Phy.sioi.ogt and Htoiene. 



16 OFFICERS OF THE UNITED STATES NAVAL ACADEMY. 

« 

CADET OFFICERS. 

CADR-UBVTBIIAMT-COintAllDBB. 
T. F. RUHIf. 



A« Oaktlbt. 
11. H. SiojioR, 



CADBT-UBUTKIIAimi, 



V. H. SCHOflBLD, 

0. B. McYat. 



CADmxUJJnEM AND ADJUTART, 

W. H. Buck. 



CADKTNAIITBRS. 



H. J. ZnOBIOUBB, 

a daym« 



X- SrBAS, 

W. C. Nbtilui. 



CAi)BT*Biisiam, 



J. ▼. Cbaik, 

L. H. KTBailAKT. 



M. U. TaTlob, 

K. T. COLBMAB. 



Oadet'p€tiy'Ojletr$ o/ Uks /Inf dMf, 



Sbow, 


Pbicb. 


Sullivan. 


BOBTBTIOK, 


Latihbb. 


Catu?i. 


MorrBTT, 


Edib, 


Rahpobo, 


VOOKUIISABO. 


BimB, 


Bailbt. 


WtLUAM^ 


BLAXEBMHtr. 


HOLMBS. 


Dattob. 



GlLLMOB. 



O»ti*t'pftt!f'90Utr9 ^ Cki ttnnd «<4M, 



STKABtNk 
NlNDB, 



SlIITIl. L.G.. 

Bblkxap. 



WlLLABO. 

Habtubo. 



SUMMER CRUISE, 1889. 



OPPICBKH AND NAVAL CADETS. 



VBITBti ATATBl rBACTICB-tUir OOSCtTBlXATIOX. 



<*<»iaiABl>BB p. F. Habuiotom. Commttndimg, 

LlBrTBBABT-<*4illMA«|iBB W. T. flWIJillL'BIK. 

LlBlTBVAJrr W. F Ixtw. Snrifmlar, 
LlBVTBaABT A. McC'eacbIV, WaUA O^r. 
UAtTBVAjrr T. H. UowAati. Wmtek o^frr. 
Lib* tb%a«t T. M. Pott*. Wotek o/Lvr. 
UbITBBa^T J. M. OtU-HABU. Wmt^'k o^r, 
K«»l<»« IIiihAT PHtLTA, tmstrurtor tm JV'tfri/a- 

rwn. 
K««i .« B. P ("ArcNABT. Waltk Of^*r, 
CukriAiM B K. RAwat>«. 
m Ai.Bun (« K. II. Uabmo*. 

wtAVT ?«i U'*Knn C. li. T. L<i>w«i»ul 

fA»T PaTMAVTBB J. & CAHrBBTUU 



AuymH 14 Co ttpU m l m Ml 
CoMMAxuBB C. D. StOBBBB, $ mmt m mdim§. 

LtBtTKBA^T r:OMMABtlBB W. T. SWIBBOBBB, 

LiKi-rexAST W. F. Low. Sarifmior. 
LiBrTr^Airr T. B. Uowabu, W^uk Opttr, 
LtBCTPVABt T. M. l*on«. WmuM OJtmr. 
Ltii'TKSA^T 4. IL OBTBABb. Ifo/dk OJk«r. 
KvMi*^ JoiiM IIix>D. ir«l<A 0§^r, 

X\M\*^ llAttHf PHBLr*. /lMlnM>t«r in ifB»(^. 

K«ait*« K. K Caper ABT. ira/#A Ofmt. 

CflAft.AlB K K. BAWAik^. 

HlMMKnV it. E. IL llAtiBoy 

Amwt&vt At tt«iBoB C. U. T. U)WBDBa. 

AMtBlABt pATItABTBB J. A. CaBTI 



RELATIVE STANDING OF NAVAL CADETS AT THE ANNUAL 

EXAMINATION, JUNE, 1889. 



1* denotes phytieaUy ditqudHjUd for th§ naval 94rvie$, 

t Found dejleientf aUotoed a re-examkuUion, paued, €Md eonHnued lottft elatt, 

} Found deficient, attowed a re-examination^ again defieUnt, and recommended to he dropped, 

$ Found deficient and recommended to he dropped. 

a denotee abeenee/rom eacetmination- 

Class of naval oadets appointed 1884, performing required serviee afloat. 



s 



c 



Name. 



•1 

•2 

3 

4 

5 

8 

7 

8 I 

9l 
10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 

ao 

21 
22 
28 
24 
25 
26 
27 
28 
29 
80 



TMMBC WllllftB KewtOB 

Mftrble, FniBk 

Robertson, Aahley Hemutn 

Brittain, Carlo Bonaparte 

Morgan. Casey Bmee : 

Crose, William Michael 

Miller, Marcns Lyon 

Hay ward, Oeorge Korth 

Kffister, Oscar William i 

Beswick, Delworth Wilson 

Hnbbard, John Flavel 

L€)}eane, John Archer , 

Robison, Samnel Shelbnni 

Chandler, Lloyd Horwitz 

Hartnrth, Armin 

Ingate, Clarence Lonia Adrian 

Benbam, Henry Kennedy 

West, Ernest Kdward 

Hnghes, Charles Frederic 

Norton, Albert Leland 

Stafford, Leroy Angnstna 

Oole. Sli Kelley 

Franklin, William Bnell 

Beid, James Henry 

Stickney, Herman Osman 

Beach, Edward Latimer 

Baasett, Frederick Brewster, Jr 

Gates, Herbert Orenville 

Wiley, Henry Arloeto 

Kane, Theodore Porter i 



State from which appointed. 



Date of 
admission. 



Penns^lTania 

New York 

Illinois 

Kentocky 

Mississippi 

Indiana , 

Massachosetts 

NewTork...*.... , 

Pennsylvania 

Michigan 

New York 

Loaisiana 

Pennsylvania . .« 

New Hampshire , 

Michigan 

Alabama 

New York / 

€korgia 

Maine 

Ohio 

Loaisiana 

New York 

Maryland 

Virginia 

Kentaoky 

Minnesota 

New York 

Michigan 

Tezaa 

New York 



Sept 4.1884 
Sept. 4,1884 
Sept. 4,1884 
May 19,1884 
Sept. 4,1884 
May 19.1884 
Sept 4.1884 
May 19,1884 
April S,1884 
May 20,1884 
Sept 5,1884 
May 19.1884 
Sept 4,1884 
Sept 4.1884 
Sept 4,1884 
May 20,1884 
May 19,1884 
May 23,1884 
Sept 6,1884 
May 23,1884 
Sept 15, 1884 
Sept 4,1883 
May 20,1884 
Sept 4,1884 
Sept 4,1884 
May 20,1884 
May 19,1884 
Sept 4,1884 
May 17,1888 
May 19,1884 

""19 



20 



RELATIVE 6TANDIN0, 



Cla$8 appointed in 18^, 35 m«Mf«r», 



•I I 
•1 

4 

« 
7 

• 

11 
IS 

u 

14 
IS 

It 

17 
IS 
It 

30 
tl 



19 

It 



11 



Kuae. 



• fl— fgt learf 



StatA. 



Dauior 
•fdmUMlott. 



■•t; Arlfeir toltterMgt 

Twtnltttf. NaClian Crook 

HatclitooB, B«iOBm1n Fnuiklia 

Prfttt. WUUab VomIo 

Ktttolto. Samaor Kly 

lUnroll, 0«or|(e lUlpb 

NoliM. LMd« McC:oj 

Loom, Lewto C1»rk 

Pttim. Joha Brysoa 

KottMawi, Bortna Staaobnry . 

LoDK. Obarioo Gnint 

MacDonffdl. WUlUm I>a«ald .. 
IMalbrth. Otocire WMkteftoa . . 
M«|(rad«r. TboauM Ptok^tt .... 
Lowadeo. BdwaH BatMffa.... 
do BC«i|[Bor. Looio Rudolph. .... 

Br»dakAw. Georico Brown 

Pbolpo. WUUom Woodwmid .... 

Toloof. Tnnii rtnthmij 

Otl«t7. CldMid HolaoD , 

Colo, WUIiMB Carry 

¥itok«It Oootvo OrMt 

rollor. BoaHobwd 

Broad. Chorloo AafvoUBO 

WUUaoM. PhlUp 

Comoy, Robort Xraooi 

Torhvao, Worroo Joj 

Datlon. Robert Hc¥IIIm 

Horrtooik WUUui Kotloy 

Kirk. Ooorfo WUUaa 

Proohook*. Jnlltto 

Rraoot Bontloy 



I 



AUbamo May SI. Ii^ 

Mieblgaa Hay t0.1>«*» 

At Urge Ropt.38. li»«5 

Wiaoonala Sopt. 4. IWt 

¥laooari 8«pt. ft. IttS 

Uatao 8opi. tilttft 

KowTork May It, IttS 

IfaaoanbMtta .. 8(»pt. 7, IBRS 

▼Irgliila iRopt «.lttft 



Ohio 

Sonth CarollBa 
Xow iTorooy • • . 
ibnaolta. 



tt Porailor. Ooorfo Ladoa. 



Sopt. tllM> 
May a. l«l« 
May ». Ittt 

'Bopi. 7.1mft 

Now York May It.lttS 

Mlaoooii Ropt. 7. In» 

MtaobMlppl iSn^t. l,lMt 

MlehliraB jSopl.miW'ft 

Ohio 'Mar.n.ltlft 

Tosaa Srpt. 4,iaAi 

Maryhind May ItLlUtt 

nilBoU May St. Ittt 

ladlaoa Sept. ft,lttB 

nilaolB Sopt. t,lttt. 

ladlaaa Sopt. 7, MSB 1 

Mkhlfaa ! May SS. iStt 

C^aaoctleBt ! Sopt. SllM5i 

Voraoat 'Sopt 4,lf(«S 

Wlaeoaala Maytl.ltlt 

NowJorooy Maylt.1ilft 

CaUltomla Sopt. 4.1tl» 

Toxat May tt,tttt 

Mlaaoari ' Sopt. 7, ItIS 

Wlaeoaala ! Sept. 7. Ittft 

Koataeky I May tS, lSt5 

ladlaaa i May SI. Itit 



CLASS APPOINTED IN 1886. 



21 



performing required eerviee afloat. 



Age at date 
























Sea service I 


of 
admission. 










Order of merit. 








1 

S 

9 

o 

% 

a 

B 

9 


in practice- 
ships. 




• 


m 

§ 


U 


r 

1 


g 

0t 

m 

q 

i 

• 

1 


a 

s 

• 


Astronomy, navigation, and 
sarveying. 


1 

p. 

1 

1 


■ 


5 

a| 

1 


1 

S 

1 

£ 


1 
1 

1 


• 

1 
1 


• 

• 
8 


1 



a 
1 


14 


1 


1 


2 


4 


3 


1 


2 


2 


5 


1 


16 




2 


8 


2 


1 


8 


1 


2 


1 


7 


8 


7 


8 





2 


15 




3 


2 


4 


4 


2 


31 


3 


8 


3 


2 


6 


3 


28 


t 


16 


a 


4 


9 


8 


6 


6 


6 


5 


6 


5 


12 


26 


5 


7 


4 


17 




» 


10 


7 


8 


4 


8 


4 


4 


4 


7 


10 


5 


7 


» 


16 




7 


7 


5 


7 


1 


15 


10 


7 


6 


21 


89 


6 


7 


ft 


17 




6 


4 


14 


18 


18 


5 


21 


5 


1 


1 


1 


8 





7 


16 




14 


11 


15 


9 


8 


16 


10 


19 


12 


4 


8 


5 


7 


a 


16 




16 


17 


12 


16 


10 


6 


6 


11 


27 


10 


19 


5 


7 


» 


17 




4 


16 


6 


12 


20 


6 


17 


21 


12 


11 


20 


5 


7 


10 


17 




17 


12 


11 


10 


13 


19 


22 


88 


83 


17 


29 


8 





11 


17 




12 


8 


18 


29 


12 


19 


82 


22 


17 


7 


10 


8 





12 


15 




'27 


23 


21 


18 


16 


18 


14 


9 


22 


14 


28 


5 


7 


13 


16 




8 


21 


24 


81 


29 


5 


19 


28 


8 


24 


45 


8 





14 


17 




10 


22 


26 


«l 


84 


12 


28 


14 


25 


17 


29 


5 


7 


IS 


17 




13 


18 


8 


5 


23 


86 


16 


13 


23 


25 


46 


5 


7 


16 


17 




22 


90 


19 


19 


27 


19 


9 


11 


30 


31 


63 


6 


7 


IT 


18 




26 


29 


21 


15 


15 


22 


8 


14 


28 


19 


83 


8 





la 


15 




li» 


38 


9 


14 


31 


22 


12 


17 


82 


33 


95 


6 


7 


1» 


15 




10 


19 


12 


11 


20 


26 


18 


84 


15 


23 


44 


8 





2a 


15 


JL 


30 


31 


17 


28 


19 


82 


15 


84 


20 


85 


98 


8 





21 


16 


M 


26 


80 


28 


22 


33 


5 


26 


32 


29 


14 


28 


5 


7 


22 


17 




23 


12. 


29 


28 


23 


25 


20 


8 


9 


30 


60 


5 


7 


2a 


16 




27 


24 


16 


17 


11 


15 


27 


10 


25 


5 


9 


5 


7 


24 


15 




19 


82 





8 


7 


26 


7 


16 


18 


32 


85 


7 


7 


2& 


17 




18 


16 


21 


21 


9 


26 


18 


18 


10 


26 


54 


5 


7 


2a 


15 




16 


35 


19 


24 


25 


18 


24 


31 


21 


29 


59 


5 


7 


27 


16 




10 


6 


26 


20 


30 


15 


35 


20 


16 


22 


41 


7 


9 


2a 


16 




29 


28 


29 


90 


35 


25 


24 


27 


12 


84 


96 


8 





2» 


15 




31 


25 


27 


85 


28 


82 


81 


29 


11 


27 


65 


6 


7 


3a 


14 




88 


27 


81 


27 


26 


25 


28 


26 


27 


20 


84 


8 





81 


17 




85 


25 


82 


88 


82 


32 


80 


27 


84 


28 


57 


8 


22 


32 


16 


10 


82 


14 


34 


25 


18 


5 


28 


80 


81 


9 


16 


5 


7 


3a 


16 


8 


88 


84 


34 


81 


22 


22 


88 


85 


18 


14 


28 


8 





84 


17 


2 


28 


5 


83 


84 


16 


8 


84 


24 


85 


12 


26 


7 


7 


8& 



22 



RELATIVE BTAKDIKQ, 



Fir9tClm99— 



«i 

i 
1 

a 

s 



K«m«. 




D«to of 
•dniadoo. 



17 

a» 

IS 
!• 

t 
9 

8 
» 

• n 

f 

St 

7 

•ft 

17 

♦ 

I 

30 
15 
» 
• 13 
21 

S3 
•I 

« 

It 
U 

t 

u 

11 

B 

t 

U 

t 



BtUf*y« CHMid* 

BUakfvahip, John MIUlBfft«a .. 

BoBd.C'bariMOtk 

lloatwir k, Loeltti All jn 

Bo«k. WUllMB BMry 

CaUlii. Albntaa Wriicht 

CbM«. Jeb« VaImiUm 

C«l«Btn, Ko^ ToBOlcUff 

I>«Tta,Clolu)d 

iMjrtoa. Joha B«Teo« 

Dlaaiokai, Doeior Bg««R« 

SaKJohaBiifku 

BT«ftert,La7 BMBpton 

0«itl«7, Al«Bao 

HoIbm* CriMm TIjpht 

LAtloMr.JoUiMlAa* 

MoDomM, Bnrln HoBtlBfftMi .. 

If cTay. ChMlM Boll«r 

Moflbtt, WUUam AAgw 

Moms, LavraMMi Ilenry 

Xerdle. Wettd«n CiukliiK 

PHcY. CUail« Bernard 

UatUaf^Cynm Lnm 

ftlaliir- FrankUn SjdiHiy 

Klttor. Ilmnr Ao^aor 

>■>■♦ !!■■■■ FfitU 

S«bo6«M, rnwk Haniua 

MfB«r,M*tt llowUnd 

tteow. WUlua AUiMuti 

9famt. LAVtvtte* 

KallJvM, rraMkllB ItocbMM . .. 

Tajlot. Ua^tgmuny MpIo 

Tn«f4««»U. Thootaa < 'uan4 

Vovrl^Msas. rhariM Th«o4Mv. 
Wi'.l^ma i»for(v Waahlaittaa.. 

Zt#f«mr»rr llmrt J(iw>pk 

E«t«e. FrNlvrirk Lto%t|,jr 

K«(b»r»|»rrfvr. Frmnk IIM117 .. 

Btan Kofi>ii» I>«>ita% 

WilliMb Tomri 



i 



ArkAOMt 

▼IriilniA 

lowm 

llaa aaehuaetta. 
lUaaiMlppl... 

LonlaiMM 

XewTork 

Kaataaky 

At large 

HIaalaaippl.... 
At large ........ 



Iowa. 

Arkaai 

Weat Virginia. 

NewXork 

Colorado 

80a tb Carolina. 
NewTork .... 

Virginia 

MlaaiaalppI ... 

Kvntockjr 

Neraila 

Pt-nnaTlraBia. . 

Tatint«a«« 

New York 

N>lira«ka 

UaMarLoartU. 

Ohio 

AtUrge 

do 

Maaaariitta»lU. 

California 

Sootli Carolina. 

Ohio 

Mkblgaa 

Prna*} Ivaala . 

XewTork 

Atlarge 



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May 2&. 1 


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May 31. l 


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Sept. 4. 


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May It. 1 


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Mav &. 1 


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May 31. 1 


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May 31, 1 


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FIRST CLASS. 



23 



35 



Am at date 
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( 


Order of merit. 










Sea-service in 
practioe- 




sUm. 




















ships. 










1 


* 


i 






















1| 


1 


i 






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1 


1 


1 


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engines, and oo 




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1 

1 


1 
1 

1 


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1 

1 


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1 


• 

1 


a 
1 
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1 


15 




27 


20 


18 


14 


20 


20 


80 


17 


62 


4 


12 


20 


17 




n 


18 


12 


28 


22 


34 


2 


6 


20 


6 


20 


14 


15 




17 


24 


7 


18 


16 


27 


21 


15 


58 


3 


4 


17 


16 




S8 


12 


22 


82 


20 


82 


10 


84 


182 


4 


12 


28 


17 




21 


26 


12 


28 


14 


16 


27 


11 


85' 6 


20 


18 


17 




10 


28 


2 


16 


18 


27 


24 


20 


72 1 6 


20 


10 


17 




6 


6 


6 


7 


5 


12 


12 


23 


74 




12 


6 


16 




2 


2 


18 


6 


4 


18 


5 


27 


03 




20 


8 


16 




15 


10 


• 15 


8 


7 


10 


8 


25 


82 




20 


8 


17 




11 


24 


27 


20 


28 


26 


84 


84 


182 




12 


20 


16 




28 


82 


28 


24 


26 


84 


82 


22 


73 




20 


«81 


15 




86 


86 


24 


25 


86 





15 


24 


75 




14 


t 


16 




26 


15 


28 


28 


80 


86 


8 


16 


61 




20 


26 


16 




18 


5 


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8 


IS 


88 


1 


20 


102 




20 


7 


17 




8 


7 


7 


5 


8 


18 


7 


20 


72 




12 


s5 


17 




18 


22 


24 


22 


25 


24 


85 


18 


68 




12 


27 


16 




86 


14 


24 


85 


24 


16 


20 


38 


128 




16 


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17 




82 


81 


15 


10 


88 


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2 


15 




20 


t 


16 




88 


84 


2 


88 


85 


81 


18 


8 


24 




12 


80 


16 




15 


17 


86 





10 


1 


86 


82 


127 




12 


15 


16 




81 


27 


28 


81 


28 


10 


18 


7 


80 




12 


25 


17 




20 


8 


81 


25 


18 


15 


25 


10 


34 




20 


sl2 


17 




20 


10 


18 


21 


26 


85 


10 


7 


80 




20 


21 


16 




20 


82 


17 


84 


80 


22 


10 


26 


87 




21 


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16 




28 


26 


28 


22 


80 


27 


28 


1 







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n 


16 




4 


1 


14 


1 


1 


2 


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18 


50 




28 


n 


17 




1 


2 


2 


11 


8 


4 


8 


12 


86 




28 


4 


15 




6 


20 


85 


4 


6 


6 


28 


86 


100 




20 


10 


16 




84 


85 





15 


88 


22 


5 


5 


27 




12 


24 


15 




2 


4 


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2 


2 


2 


16 


13 


50 




28 


2 


14 




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10 


83 


10 


11 


27 


17 


28 


06 




20 


IS 


18 




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2 


15 


16 


7 


4 


80 


100 




20 


11 


16 




18 


28 


84 


25 


17 


21 


88 


18 


68 




20 


28 


17 


Wf 


25 


80 


1 


86 


21 


5 


25 





81 




12 


t 


17 







16 


82 


12 


12 


14 


81 


81 


114 




12 


16 


17 




7 


18 





12 





8 


22 


4 


26 




12 





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16 


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Lah^ BaruHmua 

La>m.<lMr(aWIIIlM>... 

UlKb. Utrt-srdltaBrj 

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Hcflnsa, WilUuB lla|h 

UaKwtrf. WUllu Scpin 

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tl7*n.J*bBTwi|;ci 

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. ^pl»ar/«paa .. 



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HrpL • 



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4 MMotIi «all>H4 nr 



SECOND CLASS. 





Older or merit. 




pr>oUc«hli» 






1 


i 


j 


1 










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F« 


a 


1 
1 


1 

1 


1 

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1 


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1 

1 

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28 


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to 


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M 


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20 -B 


17 




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38 

30 


80 


88 
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84 




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5 -a 


17 




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47 








30 30 


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10 


84 


38 


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77 




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31 


43 


31 






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32 


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30 


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n 


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28 


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18 









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SB 










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u 


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s 


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70 




20 




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38 


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80 


41 


MI 






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17 




43 


41 


4S 


88 


48 


BT 


171 




E 




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40 


84 




34 




1 


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IT 




W 


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SB 


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73 




s 


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U 




87 


81 


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58 


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MM 







48 


w 




81 


57 


to 


30 


88 


48 


108 




s 








U 


88 


11 


IS 


S3 


83 


70 




20 


14 


17 




a 


W 


SO 


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41 


21 


4B 




i 


38 


18 




M 


8 


B 


2 


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44 


108 




IS 


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U 




81 


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34 


11 


1 


18 


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18 




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Bl 


n 


U 


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181 




M 


44 


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31 


41 


M 




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11 




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38 


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34 


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IT 


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IT 


10 


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4 


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IS 




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W 


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26 



RELATIVE STANDING, 



Second 



a , 

•31 



41 



•4 

u; 



Vfta«. 



Rlehardi, 0«orf« 

BoUbmb, Bo1>7 

RoblMO, JohA Katter ••- 
toWMt J«hB M9W9H ... 
BobmU. Kdwwd OmIm. 



SlAle. 



Ohk> 



«1 
4S 

•3 

« I 
17 i 

n 
•1 



Sbap r d. Q«orx« Hngk ... 

SnlUi, lUrry Batoa 

Baltic iMiry ««rrlik .... 
Smtt^ LdMteB OrMlboaM 
Bparkaao, SaZllTan Tlwi 
Hmtm, CiMk »MM . 

ByplMT. Jaj Ha1« 

TbMlUniaiiA 

TrtekW. Bdwmil 

Wan, McteH ««rtHi 

W#tk,CbMt«r 

WUknl, AnIiwLM... 
WmiMM, DlOB 

u fnak Baker... 



ifufcij^i^ 

PwuMylTuiU.. 

OMfffU 

Sonth GuoUba. 

WImorbIb 

Ohio 

Ohio 

miBois 



Vfof 



8«pLS7.1«7! 
Sept 7.107 

lUj i9i.iir 

StpL 17. Ili7 
May»,ia97 
S«pt t^iir 
i,ia97 



BoalhCMoUaA Se|rt.M,lli7 

HleUgaii 8«pt. Kl9m 

AiiaoM iSept ft,inT 

H«wY«rk lUj«»l»7 

1U7»,1«7 



PiBBsjhraBi*, 



Ohio 



,80pLl«,lir , 
8«pt 7,11^7' 
Jiil7t«.ia07 ! 
Sopit. ft,lM7, 



• AbwBt 
»RMlfiMd. 




dok; «oattsoaAw1U«iM«,n1tfeeito 



6KCOND CLASS. 



27 



58 memben — Continaed. 



Age at date of ad- 
mission. 


Order of merit. 


1 

1 


Bea-serrice in 
practice-shlpa 




• 


1 


. 


a" 

i 


•8. 


English, history, and the 
Constitation. 


1 

Is 


f 
1 


1 


1 


1 


4l 

1 
1 

9 

e 


15 






84 


24 


57 


61 


18 


52 


154 


1 


2 


48 


16 






88 


47 


50 


56 


68 


46 


120 


5 


5 


52 


16 






a 


a 


a 


a 


a 


27 


60 


5 


5 


a 


16 






8 


8 


46 


45 


1 


80 


80 


f 


20 


•7 


17 






46 


44 


47 


50 


54 


48 


188 


2 


20 


bSO 


15 






21 


40 


27 


48 


50 


38 


88 




5 


41 


16 






44 


21 


17 


16 


47 


57 


172 


* 


2 


36 


17 






84 


88 


68 


66 





85 


82 


n 


5 


40 


17 






6 


4 


15 





18 


8 


25 


ii 


20 


•4 


1 " 






16 


18 


4 


15 


22 


12 


28 




5 


13 


17 






50 


86 


22 


17 


40 


23 


46 


A 


20 


t 


17 






IS 











8 


5 


23 




20 


*» 


16 






86 


24 


20 


80 


87 


87 


66 




20 


28 


14 






64 


58 


66 


50 


84 


40 


04 




5 


47 


' 17 






48 


54 


48 


88 


80 


18 


87 




6 


42 


! 15 






5 


5 


18 


14 


12 


1 


12 




20 


•8 


16 




U 


60 


47 


24 


58 


62 


46 


118 


2 


20 


t 


17 






26 


8 


8 


18 


45 


14 


82 


1 


2 


17 


17 






51 


80 


18 


37 


15 


40 


184 


2 


10 


87 


" 






a 


1 


2 


4 


4 


8 


20 


2 


20 


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28 



RELATIVE 8TANDIK0, 



TkM 



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r 
11 
ti 
1ft 

41 
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61 
17 
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f 

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f 

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AriMMi. Bdgar KmiiMU 

Ball, WalUr 

BMiBoa, PhUJp MlehAel 

Bf«rf(« Jfka DMfAl 

BUkeJy, John RuMetl Tpuiif . . . 
Bordra, ThottAs Sbvppard ....... 

Brtckinrldc^, JoMph CtobeU 

CuBpbrll. Joarph Bandolph 

ChMlboonM. lUlph CoUIm 

Cruk. Rolwrt Kjla 

CwiMt, John 

iMTla, Aiutln Roekw^U 

D«Tl«m. Orsffory C«ldw«U 

BttWMa, Wllllan Ckarlci 

Bay» C w nr t CalTf 

IlMinrtt, Stanley Pnllaa 

Bvaa*, IIoMrn A 

r««aMa, ■•■cr Uatir 

Uambltt. Aarott Llobt«ttbOTf«r... 

Olbba. WMhlOKtoo V^emj 

Goodwill. Looaard 

Hoobnmck. BotomhI Do Laaey. 

Htooo, John Foro 

UobUtarlle. William Edward .. 
IlaAajnoo. Howard WlUlaaa ... 

HaaM>>.Cliario* Uoeola 

JtvcU, Oftei Tfcttdtw 

JooM. Benah XUwood , 

Krllou« Kdward fttanler 

Kakoanw. Jooopk CooUdffo 

Larkln. BotUt Bonapaito , 

Loffaa. WUliaa Vomo 

Low. Tkeod ur i Hoaiy 

Macklia. CbarlMri 



Btato. 



Data of ad- 
mlMloo. 



MoUomM. 4«ioopk BMkM 



Ohio 

renntylTania 

New York 

Harylaod «.. 

Ohio 

PonosylraBta 

Loalalaiia 

Krntoeky 

Wyomloc 

Malae 

Texas 

Vtridnte 

Georgia 

MloMmri 

MiaaoQri 

Vermont. 

Maine 

Florida 

North Carolina 

Indiana * 

Mleaiwlppi 

Peoneylraala 

Idaho Territory 

Keotoeky 

MiMOori 

PennayWanla 

Now llampahiiw 

Atlarxo 

Pona*Tl%'aala, at largo... 

Kev York 

Ohio 

Virginia 

ladlaaa 

CooBoetirat 

ITow York 

North Carottaa 

New Jefooy 

Now York 

nitaola 



nt9 

McBoarj 

Moot*. 

NoHti. 



BorhortBllawortk. 



BoOlaBoy. 



FoUock. 



▼tflo. 
Jr. 



WaaklngtOB Tonilory. 

Georgia 

¥laaoorl 

New York 

Toi 




Mer.lS. 14K8 
Mayia^lKMi 
Rept. 4. 18IW 
Hay 31, !•» 
Sept 7. 1881 
8ept.».llMi 
SepuSft. IMS 
Sept. ^ iMflA 
SeptJf.lftfri 
MaySl.lftiM 
Sept. 4» law 
May 18^ Ittw 
May 21. 1888 
Hay », law 
Sept. 4. 18M 
May 18. 18^8 
May 14. INi^ 
8eptMlM« 
Hay21,lfu«4 
8ept.8«lf«8 
HayUlMv< 
May 18,1 N4 
SepLSa^tiM* 

M*y3l. Id^ 
Sept. 4» lKv< 
Hey 18. Ik^h 
Mey 31. !«« 
May 18. 14-7 
May 18, Ik^ 
Sept. ft, 184k 

MayltltM 
May 31. l«v« 
Sept. 4^1488 
May 19, 18M 
Sept3fl^l8»* 
May 31. IBM 
Mayi3,18Mi 
Hay 18. t8M 

Sept. 4.184i 
Hay UL !«« 
Sept. 4. Iftfi 
Sept. 7.1844 
Umj tl, I8»l 
8opt.S9^ I8M 
HayUl«M« 
8opt.38^ 1488 



diMMnUaed. 



THIBD CLASS. 



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1 


s 

1 


r 


F 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


17 [ 11 


34 


w 


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30 






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17 


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31 


53 


48 


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r 


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63 


97 


33 
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17 


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RI4l^7. BMdolph 

Bodaey, Wafraa 

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ladiaaa 
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Sopt. 7, l«M* 
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FOURTH CLAS8. 



Fourth Clam 90 iii«m6erf. 



Age Rt diito of 
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Aodrtva, CUad* Hort 
Asbory. LO0U 0«orfe, Jr . 
BMhr, WUUmb Alfred . ... 

Bacl^y. Worth 

Itelrd. Lewis Conway 

BeaooU, Bnooi Uawood . 
IWrry. DoTtd lUrk 
Biirrr— II. John BomoU . . 

BtB^'f. Bvgvne Loo < 

Bo% it. Komoioo Tonror b . . 

Bradr. John Rlohord ., 

Compb^O. Kdword Holo. . . 

Corror, Monrto 

CiMd wtck, rtook Lolrd . . . 
Clark, Pnak Bodffo«.Jr .. 
Cobk, Joko AddtaoB. Jr... 
CoUowa, Jamoa Saaoal... 

Cook. Alloa Mc4Tiaa 

Croekor. Joko ArekdvU ... 
Cfooloy, Waltor Solwyn . . . 
Crvac^ Aadrow Jaokaon, Jr 

DailoT. Harry Logaa , 

DoddfMcw. John Hfboa .... 
I>ooglaik Rlrhard Spoooor 
BborlOi Joorph Davall .... 
ndor. Kdwla Arary ..... 
Fowel Ckrialophor Cation 
r«41d. Habbard Moylaa.. 
Fitch. CUodo 




Callfomia. 

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Kontooky 



Poaaaylvanla 
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OU». WUllam Kam 

Orerr. G««rco Talo 

OroC Joarph C*oblonlf 

Oror«b««k. WUllaaa Ooranl .. 

Balaa, Potrr Connar.jr 

Bolalag 9r. 0«iral<l Loof 

Bood. Oofdoo • ••...•••...... 

Bookor. Ja«M Clifton 

lackaon. Orion Portor 

Jumm, L'land Pri#r«on .. .. 
Jonklna. TkcNaaa Lralln» . . . . 
Johaeon John B«D<lolpb .... 
Jaknwm Mcniltna Klnalagvr 

Jonro Lrwia B»n» « 

KrtlACiC Tb«imaa Hlrri- . . 

Lai»# Chat 1#« Arthur 

Lnn<. rkAi-U« luaaa 

Latia itkfttffirl fitmti^rt 

Li>cao >% 1 iiaai VaAr« 

Ma^lL LaoU Juka 

MaibUia Wallar JaMtM .. .. 



Iowa 

Louisiana |80pt 7, 

Wlaoooaln Hay SO, 

North Carolina.... SapL S. 

Indiana , Sept flL 

... HeptU 
... Sopt «. 

... Odt. a. 
.. Oek a, 
... May la. 
... Sept. t, 
... Sept flL 

... sopir. 

... May Ig. 

Bhodolaland SepL A. 

Ooorcla May S2. 

... SopL 6v 

... May ti. 

PannoylTaala May tt, 

ConnoeUcnt Sept. 0. 

ppoiwylranla May 18, 

Texaa Sept 7. 

WoAtTlrglnla SepL 7. 

Oeorcla Jnno 3, 

.. May3t. 
>tu. ... May 31. 

Tesaa Oet. t. 

TirxinU May 20. 

nUaola Sept. 7. 

Florida May S3. 

lUlnoia Janet4. 

Vlrvtaia (IcU 4 

Miaaoari Oct. 3. 

Ohio SopC ft, 

marlrtofColnnibla May Ifl. 

Kanaaa <»ct. 3. 

Alabana 

xennoeaae ..... 
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floolh CaroUna 
Xorth Carolina 
Nfirth C'arollna 

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Nrw York . . 

At Ij^tgr 

MUMwri 

Pro a* % Irani* . 

T»on>a<^» 

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Name. 



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EcKethan, Alfred Angustns . . . 
Montgomery, William Black . . . 

Morria, John Ramsey 

Neill, Charlea Fergus 

Xotting. Daniel Chaplin, jr 

Olmsted, Percey Napier 

Parker, Thomas Drayton 

Pearson, Henry Allen 

Perkins, Frederick King 

Perry, Joseph Albert 

Pengnet, Manrice Berthold 

Potter, James Boyd 

Powell, William Glasgow 

Powelson. Wilfrid Van Nest .... 

Pratt, Alfted Allen 

Price, Henry Bernrand 

Proctor, Andre Morton 

Randolph, William Browne 

Read, Frank De Witt 

Richmond, Bdgar 

Ryan, George Whiteboose 

Ryan, John Paul Joseph 

Scott, Guy Terrell 

Shaw, Graham 

Smith, Edward Price 

Steams, Edward Cbeerer 

Stieht, John Low • 

StnrdHvant, Richard 

Townsend, Arthar Critcblow . . . . 

Trenoh, Martin Edward 

XTpham, Frank Brooks 

VaiU Thomas Holdup Stevens. . . . 

Valentine, WillUm Stanley 

Ward, Henry Heber 

Wayne. Mollin Harris b 

WelhsChesfcer 

Whitman, Walter Bloomfleld ... 
Whittemore, Allan Pendleton. ... 

Wilson. Thomas Sheldon 

Winshlp, Emory 

Wishart William Clifton 



North Carolina.., 

Kentucky 

Missouri 

Texas 

Kansas 

Oregon 

Soath Carolina . . 

Utah 

California 

Illlnofs 

Missouri 

New Jersey 

New Jersey 

New York 

lUinois 

Iowa 

Kentucky 

New York 

Ohio 

California 

Massachusetts . . . . 

New York 

Nebraska 

Pennsylvania 

Michigan 

Ohio 

New York 

Pennsylvania 

Pennsylvania 

Minnesota 

Montana < 

New Mexico 

New York 

New Jersey 

Virginia 

Pennsylvania 

Texas 

Missouri 

nUnois 

Georgia... 

North Carolina . . . 



Date of 
admission. 



S«pt 5, 
Sept 5, 
Sept. 7, 
May 21, 
May 21, 
May 21, 
Oct 3, 
Sept «, 
May 23, 
Sept. 6. 
Sept. 7, 
Sept 5, 
May 18, 
Sept fi, 
Sept 7, 
May 20, 
Sept e, 
May 20, 
Sept e, 
Sept 7, 
Sept 6, 
May 22, 
Sept 7, 
Sept. 7, 
May 20, 
May 21, 
Sept 7, 
Sept e, 
May 22, 

Oct a, 

Sept e, 
May 25, 
May 20, 
Sept 7, 
JnneU, 
Nov. 15, 
May 20, 
Oct 8. 
May 20, 
May 28, 
May 80. 



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Age at date of < Sea-service in 
admission. practice-ships. 



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SUMMARY OF CADETS AT THE U. S. NAVAL ACADEMY. 

XonmberU2, im\ 



cla«8. 



Members. 
35 



First 

SecMmd class M 

Third class 61 

Fourth class • 

Total ♦ 

8842 BEG 3 



APPOINTMENTS, DISCHARGES^ RESIGNATIONS, DISMISSALS. 

September 1, IHH^, to Sottmher £i, 1HH9. 



APPOINTKD RNMIONA. 

NATftl CAdrt George Frederick lUwk CXmmoi 1^- 

NataI Cadet Robert 8tocker CImb of X^^z 

Nats] Cadet Elliot Snow ClMsor \'^<: 

Naral Cadet Benton Clark Decker ClaM of l-*-T 

Naval Cadet Mark Lambert Bristol Claeaof l^•^ 

Karal Cadet Benjamin Warner WeMa, Jr ClaM of 1*^T 

Naral Cailet Walter SafTord Bnrke Claea of l-^-T 

Naral Cadet Newton Alexander McCally, Jr Claaa nf l-^T 

Naral Cadet Levi Calrin Bertolette ClaM of I—7 

Naval Cadet William SnelliiiK Cloke ClaM of I— • 

Naval Cadet (veoriee WcmnI Lo^an ClaM of l^**? 

Naral Cadet Kdward Moale, Jr ClaM of 1--C 

Naval Cadet llrnry Fniiiciii Bnan ClaM of l-"-" 

Naval Cadet Samuel Kay Hurlbtit ClaM of l*-r 

Naval CjmIH Amirrw Tli<Hi<lorr Lomk Claw of |*-T 

Naval Cadrt Kilward H(»vr> Dun-ll ClaM of I— T 

Naval CA'Irt Ai^lnbaUl IIf*iH)««nM>D Scaleit ClaM <if 1*-T 

Na^ai Ca^l.-! Ford Hopkitis Hiown : ClaM of I—* 

NaviM'iMlrt Cm;:li«tn Cburilnll (^laMof I— T 

Naval Cadft CUrrticr Uortot) Stnuft ClaM of !•-" 

Navol Cadrt Tb<tma« Watlunjetoii ClaM of !•*•* 

Na%ai Tailri Kratids Ii<»iii»litrr ClaM of I**-? 

Na%alCa<lrt Arrbibald lliliiard Darin CUm ol I-*-" 

Naval rail«*t(iny Hatnilton HtirraKe ClaM of !•*• 

Nar*l t ■dt*! Kratik Mead KtiwM-U ClaM of l-^T 

API*Ot»nRr> AMIATANT KNOIXSKKH. 

Na^al (*a<ir| KratiW Warrrii Hibb«i ClaM of 1^-T 

Naval <'»«lr| Virior Blue (MaM of I— • 



ArH»iMTBfi Hr.^'osi* ur.trrxANT r, •», marixe r«»KP'*. 

Na%al rA«l«'t HrflM It I««-riint*) l>rA|»rr Cl.i** of I*-" 

MoNiiUAnLY VX^K fui:«*ri». 

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DISCHAB6E8 AND RESIGNATIONS. 35 

HONORABLT DISCHABOBD^COntinned. 

Nayal Cadet Henry Lincoln Peokham Class of 1887 

Naval Cadet Charles Ernest Johnston Class of 1887 

Naval Cadet Samnel Preston Edmonds Class of 1887 

Naval Cadet Henry Asa Allen Class of 1887 

Naval Cadet Michael Boystoa Pigott Class of 1887 

Naval Cadet Richard Harrison Jaokson Class of 1887 

Naval Cadet Frederick Emil Swanstrom Class of 1^87 

Naval Cadet Claude Stanley Cochran Class of 1887 

Naval Cadet Charles Edward Hudson I Class of 1887 

Naval Cadet James Grey Balltnger Class of 1887 

Naval Cadet Colin Samnel Craig Class of 1887 

Naval Cadet Thomas Miohael O'Halloran Classofl887 

Naval Cadet William Branch Moseley Class of 1687 



SB8IGNED. 

Naval Cadet Curtis Dwight Wilbnr, class of 1888 Sept. 1, 

Naval Cadet Samnel James Aiken, class of 1888 Sept. 1, 

Naval Cadet Lonis Joseph Anderson, class of 1888 Sept. 1^ 

Naval Cadet Stuart Warren Cramer, class of 1888 Sept. 1, 

Naval Cadet Moses Daniel Monroe, class of 1^88 Sept. 1, 

Naval Cadet Louis le Sassier Young, class of 1887 Sept.20, 

Naval Cadet Wiley Sims Embrey, third class Oct. 9, 

Naval Cadet Walter Smith Norton, third class *. Oct. 13, 

Naval Cadet George Fort Gibbs, third class Oct. 17, 

Naval Cadet Robert Say ers, fourth cIhss Oct. 17, 

Naval Cadet James Jefferson Garth, fourth class Dec. 17, 

Naval Cadet Frederick William Ballschmider, second class Feb. 25, 

Naval Cadet John Paul Joseph Ryan, second class Feb. 25, 

Naval Cadet Charles Follett Consanl, third class Feb. 25, 

Naval Cadet Timothy Francis Maurin, third class Mar. 1, 

Naval Cadet Peter Stny vesant Pillot, third class Mar. 1, 

Naval Cadet William Browne Randolph, fourth class Mar. 30, 

Naval Cadet William Stanley Valentine Apr. 29, 

Naval Cadet William Glasgow Powell, fourth class.. .•• May 6, 

Naval Cadet Thomas Holdup Stevens Vail, fourth class May 13, 

Naval Cadet Percey Napier Olmsted, fourth class • May 14, 

Naval Cadet Graham Shaw, fourth class May 14, 

Naval Cadet Thomas Leoline Jenkins, third class May 15, 

Naval Cadet Lewis Conway Baird, fourth class May 15, 

Naval Cadet Richard Spencer Donglas, fourth class May 15, 

Naval Cadet William Lewis Murray, foarth class May 15, 

Naval Cadet Charles Loais Kaufman, fourth class May 16, 

Naval Cadet Guy Terrel Scott, fourth class May 16, 

Naval Cadet George Peter Wager, fourth class May 16, 

Naval Cadet Hugh Waldron, foarth class • May 16, 

Naval Cadet Albert Peiriu Childs. fourth class May 17, 

Naval Cadet Lucius Bolt wood, fourth class May 18, 

Naval Cadet James Samnel Colemau, fourth class May 18, 

Naval Cadet Walter Portrum Bewley, fourth class May 21, 

Naval Cadet William Wiley Sparks, fonrth class May 21, 

Naval Cadet James Clifton Hooker, fourth class May 21, 

Naval Ca<let Joseph Jennings, fourth class May 21, 

Naval Cadet John Haynes Thompsoo , fourth class May 2 



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36 . HEfilGNATIONS, ETC. 

NavAl Cadet FnMlorick Aiiin^tus Churcbill, fonrth claas May iE>. I-^.* 

Naval Cadet Edwin Huntington McDonald, second clam June )M. 1^** * 

Naval Cailet Rollin Roy Novitt, fourth claM Jnnf> ^M.l**.' 

Naval Cadet William Vance Logan, fonrtb claos June ^4, 1'^'V 

Naval Cadet Ement Bent ley Andenon, clam of 1(^89 Jnne d6, !*'<• 

Naval Cadet Edward Gaiiton RniMell, second class Sept. 27. 1 ■**'' 

Naval Cadet SuUivmn Tbomad Sparkman, third class Oct. 4. \*^j 

Naval Cadet Bernard Holt Camden, third clatta Ot*i. f^, l<^.> 

Naval Cadet Mullin Harris Wsyne, fourth class Oct. •«. \*^^J 

Naval Cadet Louis John Magill, third class Oct. 12. 1"*"^ 

Naval Cadet Cheater WelU, thiid class Oct. W.W-* 

Naval Cadet Thomas Steele Kellogg, third class t^t. 12,1-^.* 

Naval Cailet William James Reeto, third class iUrt. 14.1-^^^ 

Naval Cadet Romaine Tarver lioyd, fourth olaas Nov. 2-1. 1"^*.* 

DEorrxD. 

Naval Cadet Lon is Laliadie Driggs, second class Jan. 2sl.l'«":» 

I>I8M1S8KD. 

Naval Ca<1ot Henry Lake Woodward, first class FVb. *:», l**".* 

Naval Cadet Herbert Ellsworth McReavy, third class Oct. 29. 1-*- 



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Naval Cadet Jobn Young Lang, fourth clasH ••••• May IS, t^^^^ 



MERIT-ROLLS FOR 1888- '89. 



Merit-rolhf m€tde out annually for each cla$B, show the profideney of the cadets in each 
Ifranoh oj study. The numhers given in the table, page 70, showing the relative weight of 
the different branches, are used as oo-effloients ; thejlnal mark in each branch (on a scale of 
4) being multiplied by the number assigned to that branch. The sum of the products, itfter 
adding the multiple for conduct, is the final mark of the cadet for the year. 

In the ease 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 
the amount by which the final mark in the advanced course exceeds 2.50. 

in the graduating merit-roll, the final standing for the course is determined by the sum of 
the yearly marks. 

*' Cadets who attain 85 per 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, $ 191.) 

The diplomas of cadets whose final marks on the graduating merii-roll are not less than 
85 per cent, of the maximum read '^passed with distinction;** those whose final marks are 
bettoeen 74 per cent, and 65 per cent, of the iiuixifn«iii read ** passed with credit; " ami those 
whose final marks are between 62| percent, and 74 percent, of the nuutimum read ** passed," 



P denotes physically disqualified for the naval service, 

t Found deficient, allowed a re-examination, passed, and continued with class, 

t Found deficient, allowed a re-^xamination, again deficient, and recommended to be dropped* 

$ Found deficient, and recommended to be dropped, 

a denotes absence from examination, 

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Harley H. Christy.... 

Locien G. Smith 

Henry H. Hough 

Albert S. McLemore.. 
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William H. MoOrann. . 

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Robert L. Flowers. .. . . 

Richard H. Leigh 

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William D. Brotherton. 

Irving Blonnt 

Archibald Anthon 

James F. Carter 

Adelbert Althoose 

Harry H. Caldwell 

George H. Shepard 

Rufns H. Lane 

Dion Williams 

William H. Ford 

William M. McKelvy . . 

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WIUiMoW.Boek j SO.flO 

SuniTAo T. SpftrkmMi 39.18 

LoaUa.MAlU 90.60 

ClH»t«rWrUa 29.04 

B9nMr8 H.Cwndm 33.00 

K««»K KIrtt 34.44 

ThiNDJW T. KeUocK 29.53 

WUllMiiJ.B««M> 29.78 

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17.82 


1H.88 


18.14 


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103. :i» 


15.30 


18.14 


18.38 


19.06 ' 


4.99 


103. n 


18.38 


17.52 


15.48 


18L88 


5.68 


.102.33 


17.10 


18.38 


17. 18 , 


15.84 ' 


1 31 


101. 8» 


18.14 


17.40 


16.86 


16.80 1 


3.74 


161 14 


I8L90 


17.10 


17.04 


1&63 { 


3.40 


161 M 


1&08 


15.72 


15.90 ' 


16.93 


3187 


100.24 


IS. 06 


IS. 00 ' 


15.43 


18. 00 • 


3.56 


07.24 


t&82 


10.32 ' 


19.88 


18.54 


8.63 


no ai 


14.78 


19.02 


10.26 . 


19.30 , 


4.70 


107. M 


l&Ofl 


10.26 


18.26 


17.46 


4.23 


IVi 3« 


14.16 


18. 9H 


18.011 


17.70 


2. as 


100.74 


12.38 


15.78 


1X02 


30.23 


4.83 


100 4& 


15.08 


18.33 


18.50 


17.64 


175 


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14.40 


18.44 


1&36 


16.38 


0.83 


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MERIT-ROLL — FOURTH CLASS. 



MeriP^roU of naval cadeUt fourth class, 64 members, annual examinaium, June, 18^ 



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15 

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18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
26 
26 
27 
28 
29 



) JekiD. BeiPCC 

; Frederick A. TrsBt... 

' WIllUaClhiwsM... 

Haner I. FeroMi . . . 

Ckarlcs T. Jewell 

loke HeXftinee 

QeorfeC.Dftjr 

Joseph E. McDonald . 
JobnlCY.BIakely ... 
Frederick L. Sawyer. . 
Joseph K Campbell . . . 

Aaron L. Gamble 

Arthur Bice 

Leon S. Thompeon 

BobertK. Crank 

Bmmett IL Pollock .... 

Holden A. STana 

Charles L. Hassey 

Theodore H. Low , 

Thomas L.Stitt 

Powers SymJn|{tou 

John F. Hines 

Charles ABen 

Frederick W. Stopford. 

Sd^arKArison 

Thomas S. Burden 

Gregory 0. Davison.... 
Washington D.Gibbs.. 
Joel B. P. Pringle 



30 I J'aroes Sbeehan 



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32 
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34 
35 
36 
37 
38 
39 
40 
41 
42 
43 
44 
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Balph C. Chadbonme 

Benjamin B.HoConnick. 

Herbert £. MeReavy 

Howard W. HnfHngton .. 

Bozier B. Larkin 

George Wedeklnd 

Joseph C. Breckinridge . . 
WlUiam X. Hoblitzelle ... 

Beriah E. Jones 

Yates Stirling, Jr 

Fred B. Payne 

lUndolph Bldgely 

John K Bossell« Jr 

Leonard Goodwin 

Joseph C, KUbonnie 



21.72 
19.26 
22.44 
2L60 
20.62 

2Lao 

21.06 

18.90 

18.78 

21.64 

20.28 

20.76 

18.24 

17.88 

18.60 

10.20 

20.04 

19.98 

19.38 

19.98 

19.14 

18.06 

18.00 

18.00 

17.88 

19.02 

ia60 

16.26 

17.22 

1&26 

20.46 

19.32 

17.64 

19.20 

18.18 

18.24 

20.22 

17.76 

17.46 

16.86 

18.78 

18.66 

1&80 

16.62 

17.61 






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9 



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94 



24.54 

21.84 

19.02 

2L00 

22.32 

20.46 

22.44 

22.14 

2L24 

17.84 

18.72 

17.58 

16.30 

17 68 

17.10 

16.56 

18.84 

18.66 

19l68 

16.56 

15.84 

18.72 

17.70 

17.62 

16.32 

15.48 

19.38 

20.70 

15.72 

17.58 

15.00 

15.12 

15.48 

16.92 

15.78 

16.56 

16.26 

16.20 

16.60 

17.70 

17.04 

16.62 

16.68 

15. U 

1&02 



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22.88 


3.24 


24.12 


3.44 


23.82 


ao7 


22.14 


348 


21.06 


2.60 


20.58 


3.51 


19.02 


3.23 


18.90 


3.61 


19.38 


3.08 


19.82 


8.81 


19.68 


8.01 


19.44 


2.91 


20.28 


3.78 


2L18 


8.87 


21.84 


2.88 


22.02 


2.64 


17.82 


3.67 


18.30 


3.88 


1&12 


2.44 


19.26 


3.67 


20.88 


8.18 


l&OO 


8.89 


19.86 


8.99 


2Lao 


1.17 


2L78 


L91 


20.88 


2.48 


10L68 


8.19 


18.12 


2.66 


21.48 


3.20 


20.04 


3.39 


17.68 


8.73 


18.66 


3.49 


20.28 


3.12 


17.04 


8.35 


2Ld6 


LOS 


17.70 


8.63 


1&48 


0.70 


17.94 


3.81 


laso 


3.44 


19.08 


L83 


18.80 


Lll 


17.40 


2.87 


17.34 


3.67 


19.74 


2.89 


ia66 


2.01 



(i Dismissed. 



48. 



MRBIT-ROLL — ^FOUBTH CLASS. 



JII«H^^•I2 of naval ead«i9, fourth rl4U«, 04 matnben, «lo«~CoDtina«d. 



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Anstla B. DftTto 
G«>vrg» H. lUthvr 
lUjnoBd De U HMbiouok 
WAltarlteU 
8laal«7 P. D«sBeU 
Oeorfe M aIIUos 
John & Porter 
lUjoMlid B. 8«rigMt 
ChAriM p. Maoklla 
Phtltp M. 
Jo«UliG.HftW7OT 

Xdw»i4 & K«ii0ief 

ChrivtiM C. H. ZUlauM 
Warr^ti Bodavy 
Cb«riM T. PoIUnt Jr 
Bun font X. Mom* 

BolltDB-Nevlu 
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IlEGHJLA.TI01SrS 

GOVERNING 



THE ADMISSION OF CANDIDATES INTO THE NAVAL ACADEMY 

AS NAVAL CADETS. 



NOMINATION. 

I. The stndeDts at the Naval Academy shall be styled Naval Cad&is. — (Bev. Stat, 
$ 1512, and act of Congress approved August 5, 1882.) 

II. There Hhall be allowe<l at said Academy one Naval Cadet for every Member or 
Delegate of the Hoase of Representatives, one for the District of Colambia, and tea 
at large. — (Sev. Stat^ $ 1513, and act of Congress approved June 17, 1878.) 

III. *' The Secretary of the Navy shall, as soon after the fifth of March in each year 
as possible, notify, in writing, each Member and Delegate of the Hoase of Bepresenta- 
tives of any vacancy that may exist in his district. The nomination of a candidate 
to fill said vacancy shall be made npon the recommendation of the Member or Dele* 
gate, if such recommendation is made by the first day of Jnly of that year ; bnt, if it 
is not made by that time, the Secretary of the Navy shall fill the vacancy. The can- 
didate allowed for the District of Columbia and all the candidates appointed at large 
shall be selected by the President." — {Rev, 8iat,^ $ 1514.) 

IV. Candidates allowed for Congressional district^, for Territories, and for the 
District of Colnmbia mast be actual residents of the districts or Territories, respect- 
ively, from which they are nominated. And all oandidat6S must, at ike time of <A«»r er- 
ominaHon for admission, he not less than fifteen nor more than twenty years of age, and 
physically sound, well-formed, and of robust constitution. — {Bev» Stat, ^ 1517, and act of 
Congress approved March 2, 1889. ) 

V. '^AU candidates for admission into the Academy shall he examined according to such 
regulations and at such stated times as the Secretary of ike Navy may prescribe. Candidates 
refected at such examinatinns shall not have the privilege of another examination for admission 
to the same class unless recommended by the Board of Examiners,*'^ Rev* Stat,, ^ 1515.) 

i » <MMiemy -fer- tho oKami aa tion of e an d id a t e s f o r ndmisnion w e ii e ia se fftod >Uie >e 4 ii f •ii4 
hene^ri^y thir nristing 1 b tt | thiT s tnirira fTrrft?"^"-^"*'""" """' ■'"—<"**'*>■«« -*^ "^^^"J- 
0Aflct9'be|iriu9"aTv#p*^f(e tpvii or Mavoti -aww- •Rpire© on ~%M^lliNMv«4v'f>«MfHasivar -in- mma 
y t5 ar."-"(0 p . xvi, p* m h) 

VI. ^* When any candidate who has been nominated npon the recommendation of 
a Mi^mber or Delegate of the House of Representatives is found, upon examination, to 
be physically or mentally disqualified for admission, the Member or Delegate shall be 
notified to recommend another candidate, who shall be examined according to the 
provisions of the preceding section.'^ — {Rev. Stat., $ 1516.) 

VII. ''Naval Cadets found deficient at any examination shall not be continued 
at the Academy or in the service unless upon the recommendation of the academic 
hoard."— (i?w. Stat., J 1519.) 

VIII. "The academic course of naval cadets shall be six years." — {Rev. Stat, 
^ 1520.) 

8842 N A 4 ^^ 



60 AUMI88ION OF CANDIDATES. 

DC. CandidAtos who may b« tioinioat^d in Ciiuo to enable them to reach the 
•my by the ftlteenth of May will receive pertitiiwtoa to prettent themaelTea on that 
dale to the saperiuteiident for exauiiuatiuii for adiiiiiuiioa. Thoee who may not be 
nominated in time to present themaeivesi at thf% Hay examination will be examined 
on the first of September foUowinK* 

When either of the above cIaUm nhall f^II on Sandtty the caadidates ehall preeent 
themaelvee on the Monday following. 

Candidates will be req aired to ent«*r the academy iTu mod lately after passing the 
preaoribed examinations. 

Nq Uait^ 9/ mb§eno€ trill be granted le CadeU of the fourth eltum. 

KXAMl NATION. 

X. Candidates will be examined physically by a tionrd com posed of three medical 
ofloeim of Che navy. Any one of tho following conditions will be sufflcieut to cause 
the rejection of a candidate ; viz.. 

Feeble oonstitntiou, inheriteil or acquired; 

Retarded development ; 

Impaired general health ; 

Decided cachexia, diaCbe«iii, or prediii|K>«ition to disease ; 

Any disease, deformity, or remilt of injury thut would impair efllciency ; snoh a»— 

Weak or disordervd intellect ; 

Cutaneous or communicable disease ; 

Unnatural curvature of npine, torticollis, or other deformity : 

Inefficiency of either of the extremities or large articulations from any cause; 

Epileiiey or other rouvuUtons within five years ; 

Impaired vision, di«*aae of the organs of vision, imperfect color sense; 

Impaired hearing or dinenne of the ear ; 

Chronic nasal catarrh, o/jeua, p^ilypi, or great enlargement of the tonsils; 

Impediment of s|N*fch to Mich an extent an t4» impair efficiency in the performance 
of duty ; 

Disease of heart or lungs or decided imtications of liability to oanliao or pnlmonary 
affections; 

Hernia or undescended testis; 

Varicocele, sarcocele, hydrocele, stricture, fistnla, hemorrhoids, or varicose veins of 
lower limbs; 

Diseaae of the gen i to- urinary organs; 

Chronic ulcers, iugrowiog nails, large bunions or other deformity of feet. 

Attention will also be paid to the stature of the candidate, and no one maai/fsUf 
under size for his age will be received at the acmlemy. In the case of donbt about 
the physical condition of the candidate, any marked deviation lh>m the usual stanA- 
ard of height or weight will add materially to the consideration for rv|ection. Five 
feet will be the minimum height for the candidate. 

XI. Candidates will be examined mentally by the academic board in reading, 
writing, spelling, arithmetic, geography, English grammar, United States history, 
and algebra. Deficiency in any one of these subjects will be sufficient to inaurs the 
rejection of the candidate. 

GBinEltAL CHARACTUI OV TUB BXAMIStATlOX. 

Rkadixu Ann wuTisfo.— Candidates most be able to read underttandingly, and 
with proper accent and emphasis, and to write legibly, neatly, and rapidly. 

8rKLUX«». — They must be able to write from dictation paragraphs from standanl 
pieces of Kngluh 1 iterators, both prose and i»oetry, sufficient in number to teat fiilly 
their qoalifi cat ions In this branch. The spelling throughout the examination will 
be consideml in marking the papera. 



ADMISSION OF CANDIDATES. 51 

Arithmbtic. — The candidate will be required — 

To expresa in figures any whole, decimal, or mixed number; to write in words any 
given number; to perform with facility and accuracy the various operations of addi- 
tion, subtraction, multiplication, and division of whole numbers whether abstract or 
concrete, and to use with facility the tables of money, weights, and measures in com- 
mon use, including English money. 

To reduce compound numbers from one denomination to aoother, and to express 
them as decimals, or fractions of a higher or lower denomination ; to state the num- 
ber of cubic inches in a gallon and the relation between the Troy and Avoirdupois 
pounds and to reduce differences of time to differences of longitude and vice ver$a. 

To define prime and composite numbers; to give the tests of divisibility by 3, 5, 7, 
9, 11, 25, and 1*^ ; to resolve numbers into their prime factors, aod to find the least 
common multiple and the greatest common divisor of large as well as of small num- 
bers. 

To be familiar with all the processes of common and decimal fractions, and to give 
clearly the reasons for such processes, and to be able to nse the contracted methods of 
multiplication and division given in the ordinary text-books on arithmetic. 

To define ratio and proportion, and to solve problems in simple and compound pro- 
portion. 

To solve problems involving the measurement of rectangular surfaces and of solids, 
to find the square roots and the cube roots of numbers, and to solve simple problems 
under percentage, interest, and discount. 

The candidates are required to possess such a thorough umlerstanding of all the 
fundamental operations of arithmetic as will enable them to apply the various prin- 
ciples to the solution of any complex problem which can be solved by the methods of 
arithmetic; in other words, they must possess such a complete knowledge of arith- 
metic as will enable them to proceed at once to the higher branches of mathematics 
without further study of arithmetic. 

Algbbra. — ^The examination in algebra will be elementary in character, and will 
be limited to questions and problems upon the fundamenisl rules, factoring, algebraic 
fractions, and simple equations of one or more unknown quantities. 

Qramhab. — In BnglUK. grammar candidates must exhibit a familiarity with all the 
parts of speech and the rules in relation thereto ; they must be able to parse any ordi* 
nary sentence given to them, and generally must understand those portions of the 
subject usually taught and comprehended under the heads of orthography, etymol- 
ogy, and syntax. 

The questions will usually be arranged in three divisions. The first division will 
contain questions somewhat like these : 

Explain the uses of the objective case. What verbs have distinction of voice? 
Give the possessive plural of sm, valUg^ frosto, siratem, hanSit, 

The second division will contain one or more sentences to be parsed ; a. ^., 

** They were alwaye a etrange familg; theg rarelg acted Uke other people; their hearte 
were in the right plaeOf hut their heade alwaye eeemed to be doing anything but what they 
ought" Such a scmtence must be parsed /sHy, giving the part of speech, and kind, 
case, voice, mood, tense, number, person, degree of comparison, etc., as the case may 
be, of each word, and its relation to the other words ; thus, — 

Sirange is a descriptive adjective, positive degree. It qualifies the noun family. 

Comparative, etranger. 
Superlative, etrangeet, 
Aetedy an intransitive verb, regular (or weak) in conjugation, indicative mood, past 
tentie, third person, plural number. Its subject is they,. 

The third division will contain a number of incorrect sentences to be corrected; 
thus, — 

1. Describe the eources from which our knowledge of theee events are derired, 2. How 
sweetly their voices sound ! 3. Try and do as you was told ! 4. / should have liked to h 



52 ADMISSION OF CANDIDATES. 

ftem there Qmd eeem it. 5. Tkere^$ a eweet little ekeruhim eite mp aloft ^ keep watek for tke 
l{fe of Poor Jock f • 

Among theae, correct seatencefl will some times be introdnced to test mors thor- 
ooghly the knowledge of the CAndidate. 

Since the school gmmraars osed in different parts of the country rmrf among 
themselres in their treatment of certain words, an answer approred by any grammar 
of good repnte will b«^ acoepted. 

(lEoGRAPiiT. — Candidates will ho required to pass a satisfactory examination, 
written or oral, or both, in descriptive geography, particclarly of onr own country. 
Questions will be given undur the following heads: the definitions of latitude and 
longitude; the zoneH ; the grand divisions of the land and water; the character of 
coast lines ; the direction snd |>osition of important mountain-chains and the locality 
of the higher peakn; the position and course of the principal rivers, their tribu- 
taries, and the bodies of water into which they empty; the position of important 
seas, bayi, gulfn, and atnis of the sea; the i)osition of independent states, their 
boundaries and rupital cities ; the position and direction of great peninsulas and the 
situation of important and prominent ca|»es, slrsits, sounds, channels, and the most 
important canals; great tnkes and inland seas; position and political connection of 
imp<»rtAut tJklsnds, and colonial pONM*HHionn; hH^alities of cities of historical, political, 
or romniercial ini|Hiriance, attention being especially called to the rivers and bcMlirw 
of water on which cities are MittiBted; the course of a vessel In making a voyagt* 
iM'twren well known nes-portn. 

The candidate's knowledge of the geography of the Cnited Staiee can not be too fnll 
or spec i tic on all the points referred to sliove. Accurate koowIe<lge will also be re- 
iiuired of the position of the country with reference to other states, and with refer- 
ence to latitnde and longitude, of the boundaries and relati%'e position of the Statem 
and Ti*rrttories, of the name and position of their capitala, and of other important 
cities and towns. 

HiMfjRY.— Candidates should l>e familiar with as much of the history of the United 
Slates a* is coutained in the ontinary school hiNtories. 

The exiimi nation will be either written or oral, or both, and questions of the same 
general rhnra(*ter as the folloMtng will lie given: 

1. Name the earlieHt Kuro|N>an <H*ttlenieiits within the prenent limits of the United 
SlaicA, and give their positions. When snd by whom were these settlements made? 

*i. Kipluin the thre«« fornin of government in the colonies: ruyal, proprietary, and 
charter. Name the coltmies that originally existtnl within the present limits of 
MaMckchiiM'tta ; of (Connecticut. When wertMhese colonies united? W*hat did the 
colony of IVnusylvania inclmlef When eas it dividtMl? 

:t. 8tate the leading evenin of the cf>lonial wars, and give the results of each war. 

I. What were the remote and immediate can«es of the Revolution? Explain the 
njavigatiofi actn, the Mauip act, writi^ of assiHtance. Name the principal battle* and 
othff Iciulint; events in the wnrn of the Cnited Stait*s. giving the names of command- 
\u)i ttlUtrtm nnd MtsdiiKtlio result* of the hntties, 

.V fii\e an scconnt o( the f«irniation and ailoption of the Ctmntitution. 

(tMe th«« UARKii of the I'n^idcnts, in order, and the leading events in each admin- 
t«l ration. 

AHMIf^loX. 

XII. Candidate* who paM the |ih>«ical and mental examinations will receive ap- 
point ni«*nt« SA iia%al csileU. nnd lM«c<»nie «tn<l**nts at the academy. Each cadet will 
lir rc«(utrc«l to •itiu artiilnt by which he himls hintMolf to w*rve in the Cnited States 
uav> fi^hi .>r«r« iinrlnding hi« time of pr*diation at the naval academy) note«e 
M*<inrr diM h«it;rd The pay of a naval cablet is l^mt) a year, ooinmenctng at the 
dale of liiA adntii«ioQ. 



ADMISSION OF CANDIJ^ATES. 53 

XIII. Cadets will sapply themaelves, immerliately after their admission, with the 
following articles ; viz.. 



One dress jacket ; 1^1.50 

One blouse. .« 1*2.50 

Two pairs trousers 23. 00 

Two workingsnits 1.86 

One overcoat )23. 50 

One rubber coat 4.25 



One hand-glass $0. 45 

One jack-knife 70 

Six sheets 3. 42 

Hammock clews 40 

One pair of bathing irnnks 20 

Three pairs of white thread gloves . 60 



One rnbber hat .'>3 . Two black silk neckties 66 



Two pairs of regulation leggins. . . t. 44 
One parade cap ^ 2. 55 



Two clothes bags 42 

One hammock mattress 2. 85 



One knit cap 66 ' aOnu reqnisition bonk 40 

One mug ^ i»9 riOne pass book 40 

One soap box 62 aStencil, ink, and brush 45 



One laundry book 34 

One pair of blankets 3.00 

Two pairs of high shoes .i 7. 50 



aOne bottle of indelible ink 18 

aOne wash basin and pitcher 97 

aOne pair of gyiifbasium slippers.. .85 



One pair of overshoes 53 "OiieVhisk brush 13 

Eight white shirts 8. 00 ■ 'One coarne comb 11 

Twelve linen collars 2.04 "One cake of soap 10 

Eight pairs of cuffs 2.00 | *One hair brush 60 

*£ight pairs of socks 1.84 ^Stationery .50 

•Eight towels , 1.84 'Twelve white handkerchiefs 2.52 

'Shaving ont6t 1.47 i "One pair of suspenders 36 

*Fonr pairs of drawers (winter ) ... 4.00: "Fonr night shirts 2.52 

frFonr pairs of drawers (summer).. 1.60 •One tooth hrush 20 

•Four undershirts (winter) 4.00' *Thread and needles 15 

&Fonr undershirts (summer) , 1.60 'Blacking brush and hlackin^; 39 

When moving into cadet quarters, cadets will supply themselves with the follow- 
ing airticles ; viz., 

a Two bedspreads $2.84 ' a One ruj^ $0.90 

a Two pairs of drill gloves 1.00 a One hair mattress 5.10 

a One slop jar 90 I a One straw mattress 1. 32 

a Two spatter-cloths. 66 'a One broom / .25 

One hair pillow 75 Six pillow cases 1.38 

One mirror 1.31 ! 

Cadets will supply themselves with the following additional articles when prepar- 
ing to embark on board the practice-ship ; viz., 

Three working suits |2.79 : One pair of rnbber leggins tO. 65 

Four woolen shirte 7.00 ' One pair of high shoes 3.75 

Three white sailor hats 1.20 \ One knit cap .-66 

Articles marked a will not be taken on board the practice-ship. 

Of the articles marked b cadets entering in September must have four each. 

The articles marked •, not being required to couform to a standard pattern, may 
be bronght by the cadet from home, bnt all other articles must conform to the regu- 
lations, and mnst therefore be supplied by the store- keeper. 

Each naval cadet must on admission deposit with the pay-officer the sum of |20, 
for which he will be credited on the books of that officer, to be expended by direction 
of the superintendent in the purchase of text-books and other authorized articles 
besides those enumerated in the preceding article. 

All deposits for clothing and the entrance deposit of $20 mnst be made be 
candidate can be received into the academy. 



54 ADMISSION OF CANDIDATES. 

SUMMARY OF BXPBN8B8. 

DepoAit for olothiDg $160.10^ 

Deposit for books, eto Vi.i^o'* 

Total ftinonnt required 189.10 

The Tftlne of olotbiog brongbt from home is to be dedaoted from this amoant. 

Each naral eadet ons month itfler ad«i«tl<m will be credited with the amount of 
his aetaal ezpensee in travelling from his home to the academy. 

XIV. A naval cadet who volnntarily resigns his appointment within a year of the* 
time of his admission to the academj' will be reqnired to refund the amount paid him 
for travelling expenses. 



COURSE OF INSTRUCTION. 



59 



SBCOND YEAR->THIRD CLASS-Contlnned. 



BECOKD TKBM^oontimied. 



DepArtment. 






Modtm LangtMgea, 



Meehaniet^ Drawing, 



I 



1 



I 






H 






a 



a 



Subjects. 



^ . BKGbB^^VR:u^mB^Sh^e^V4^o^r«0. 



Frbkch: ContinoAtion of flnit term 

coane. 
Spahibh: Continnatloii of first term 

oourse. 
Orrmam: CbntiniiAtloii of first term 

coorse. 



Mbcbamical Drawuco: Sketching from 
models ; representetloD of ol^ects by 
projections ; drswing the prctjectloiis of 
m<tde]s to scsle( oblique prct}ectiuiit; 
Isometrical drawing; dmwlog screws, 
bolts, nuts. g<»aring, Aod details of guns, 
msohiaery, and engines ; round writing. 
Drawlog exercises in descriptive geom* 
etry, Inclndiufr the intersections of sur> 
fkces, development of slngle^orred 
surfkoes, and problems on the sarfsces 
of revolution. 



Text-books. 



8hi^espetfe*s <^ttl|us 



^ 



Same as first term. 



Tomkin's Machine 
Construction and 
Drawing.* 



60 



COUR8B OP INSTRUCTION. 



THIBD YE IB-SECOND CLAHS. 
nun TBSM. 



A.J « 



DspMlBMOt. 



V 



d 



I 



I 



I 

6 



Sn^eoU. 



Mttrnm Smgins^ring. 



Text- books. 



MAMiini Bkgwm and Boilrbs : BspLuM- 
tioa of all the parts of an eagina : type* 
of englnaai ataaoi taIvm aad otbor 
▼•Itm: fOBoniUoo of aiMUD; dUlrlbn- 
tioa and aipanaioB of ataan : aor«w pro- 
pellara aoU tidt* wbaaU; tba Indicator 
and Ita dlatramt; tba power of an en- 
gloa and compaiatloaa ralatlag to It: 
bjdromatera : aaturatloB ; acala and lla 
prrvantioB: caaoaltlaai boUera; mate- 
riaUi coflnbnatloB ; tranafer of boat ; t«at- 
loic atcMMii-eiifiiiira: tba principlat of 
merhanlan. 



Smnrtt'a If a r t n •- 

KteaiD'Raitiaa. 
Goadrve'a Kk^iriit* ttf 



lies mmd Ap 
ptM MmtktmatU: 



Ch»tH%» 



fnr. 



M944rn LmH'juit jts 



3 tiirrKBBsrnAL CAurrUfi: Fnortloaa; 

rataa ; dUTrreotUla of fuuottona : ioda- 
tcminate forata: a«*riea; maxima and 
miolna: Keomatrlealappllcatlonii; ftaoc- 
liona of two or mora Tariabl<«. 
1 IxTKoxAL (*AU ixua : Tbr metboda of in- 
teffralioDt drflnlte iDtegrala: qitadra* 
tara of anrfkr^a : rabitora of rolnmat ; 
rertiflratltiD of conrfia : eeatrea of fpMX- 
ity i mouenla of laarUa ; pUnlmetan : 
mlaa for the approv1uiat«*datarmlDatloD 
of arraaaad Yolnmea: difrerroiia) rqoa- 
tkma. 

4 pHTaira: UeciutloBaoo«lmpl4> banoonle 

motloo . wavf) m»liona. nound, tif^bt, and 
beat. I'rarliral work la tbe pb>aical 
klmratorv . expertroeoto nitiatratlax tba 
daU> r«<<ltatioa«, and aorae exact meaa* 
nrraipiita. *04h aa Ibe detennlnaliuo of 
Ibe ramlle p«twer of (aa ami elrctrlo 
It^liu lodrxorrvfnM'tintiof xUMpriama 
and lenar* aod of lt«|uld». focal Iroirtli of 
lenaMi. Iruftb of llfilit wa^iNk Tbolog- 
raphy. 
('1IKMI*TKY: Stioft ccHifM* lo cbciulral 
atuiUitl*. 

4 Pmi:«4'ii UrAAiug noil Irmualalloti nf pro 
frtt*loiial attic lr«. «Jm1 r«»B^eniBtio^. 



Hiv- and Jiibna«m • 

Illflarao t ial r«]cu i u*. 



Mmkmmttmi Xfrmv^nfi 



Jubn«m'» I n t r K r a 1 

t'alcttla*. 
JoboMoa'a INflVraattal 

E4|iiatlout. 



I)aot«*irii Prlortpteo pf 

Pbyalca. 
Ganot'a Pbvaioa. 
Stewart'* TrNMlaa on 

HeaL 
Prartiral Pbyaica, b% 

St«*wart and (t««. 
Kublranarb'a Pb^at* aj 

Mea«ti n*aM*at* 
Lecture Ntitra 



Pn>f«»«aloaal I' r e a r h 

Bradnr. 
lUIUm*'* Pockel I>»c 

tiouary.* 
SfttMrur Pettto (il 

m^in* * 



Mb< HAWK AL IlHAWi^w: SbHchinf m*- TfMnklo'a Mar bin* 

rhlDrr% and oiAklog working drawtng«; Cu»«tnirttaa and 

m«klag tra<tog» and Mo« prlala nf Drawing. 
draHUig* pri«|sp«*iHa. 



COURSE OF INSTRUCTION. 



61 



THIRD TEAB--SBCOND CLASS— CoDUnaed. 



SBCOKD TBEM. 



Department. 



Aafronomy, Haviga- 
Hon, and iSurveying. 



i 


• 

3 


^8 


§ 

e 


•s* 


<M 


" ■• 


o 


11 




Q-O 


S 


;3 





^ 


'^ 


2 

; 


4 



Steam Kngintering. 

Mechanieg and Ap- 
plied M€Uhematie$. 



FkyncB and Ohefnis- 
try. 



Modem lAngttagnf. 



Subjects. 



The Cklkstial Sprebb: Spherical and 
rectangular co-ordinates ; nae of inatni- 
menta, especially those for determining 
1 errestrial latitudes and longitudes ; dif- 
ferent unite of time and calendars; the 
moon: tideji; motion of the solar system; 
solutions of the astronomical triangle f 
use of the Nautical Almanac. 



3^' 4 Course for first term continued. 



Hkchahicb: Kinematics; dynamics; ki- 
netics; hydroroecbauics; the motion of 
projectiles; ft-iction and other resist- 
ances; the application of mechanical 
principles to simple machines and to in- 
struments. 

Physics: Recitations in light and heat 
concluded. 

Electricity and magnetism commenced. 

Practical work in the physical laboratory; 
calibration of thermometers; determi- 
nation of the hygrometxic state of the 
atmosphere; measurements of the oo- 
efBoients of expansion and the speoiflo 
heat and latent heat of yarioua sub- 
stances ; other experiments illustrating 
the oourse of study and leading to the 
skillful use of instruments of precision. 
Photography. General experiments il- 
lustrating the phenomena of statical 
and voltaic electricity : setting up and 
comparing galranlo cells and secondary 
batteries; measuring their resistance 
and electro-motive force ; calibration of 
galvanometers; determination of dip 
and horizontal intensity. 



1|> French: Reading French newspapers, 
I and conversation on subjects of the day; 
themes and written translations. 



Text-books. 



White's Astronomy; 
Chaavenet*8 Spfaerl- 
oal and Practical Aa- 
tronomy; Bowditch*s 
Navigator; Ajuerl- 
can Bphemeria and 
Nautical Almanac. 



Bowser's Analytleal 

Iffechantcai 
Bowaer*s Hydrome* 

ohanics. 



Same as first term, and 
Thompson's Slectrio- 
ity and Magnetism. 

Ayrton's Praetioal 
Bleotricity. 

Day's Exero4ses In 
Blectrical Measure- 
menta. 

Lecture Notes. 



Same as first term. 
French newspapers, 
and books of first 
term as reference 
books. 



62 



COURUE OF INSTRUCTION. 



FOURTH TBAR-KIR8T CLASS-tlNB DIVISION. 



nUST TXftM. 



DvpwtmeaL 



i 



I 

s 

fl 



fl 



OMftOTimOTMWt SAO 



I 



I 



I 



Or<i 



•I 



ftabjeota. 



Te&l book*. 



BKAMASftRtr : Uaea of oonipaM. lc«d, log. 
Mid M>aiidlBj( OMcblnMi: prinolplM of 
marllnsplka oaomaDtblp. InoluiKnc co(- 
UafE, flttlog, Mid roevinc riicfftiiff: do> 
MripUoo Mid n«M of ullc, (hair flttiaf* 

Mid AppliMICeii : »IOWM(0 •«td OmoiXJI' 

tioD; nwaAffORirot of booto; bMidltiiff 
uiU : ■iiiMMcotti^nt undor mII Mid on- 
dor otoaBi; tominK Mid mMMmveriog, 
wbMllBK. doeklajc. towing, piloting, mi* 
eborlag. mooring, ofc: f«nior8c*Bcl«i : 
port drIIU uid «»rolntkm«; dntiiw of 
ofBoora Aod crow I routloe; raloo of tbo 
rood i Uwa of ocorma Mid mMMgemost 
IB c3'rl<tDfwi ; control of brborior omoDg 
wave*, and prrformMirv In gvnoral. 

Naval C<>!c»THt-<TloJi : IMInltlona: bU- 
Intj Mid praolleo of ahlp-bnildiog Is 
wood. Irun. mm! •tool : a> atema »f con- 
atmoUon aobdlvlaloD, mm! arv»<»rtBgi 
ayatenia of pamptng. drmining, reotiUt- 
lag. otooriog. Mid boiatlag: flttinga la 
goaoral: dlatribatloa of araior, gnao. 
and boats: ■p6«Ulroiiatroctloiia: laaaob' 
lag: typoaof ablpa: atmctaral atreagUi 
•ad atfttlaat boojraocy and atabtlitT ta 
tbo Intact and tbo daoiagod ooadltlonat 
t b oory and obornratloa of wavoa : roU* 
Ingaadpllebtag: prineipl«<aof atowago: 
roalataar*'. propalaloa. and atoering of 
ahipo; «|oalltl«a of abipa: oonatmetioa 
and aao of diagrania of qoaUtioat tbo 
naoof qnalitloa. 

Natal TAmca- Ori^aiiatlan of tbo float: 
aebool of tbo ablp^ arctloa aad aqnadron i 
orolntloaa of tbo float: algnaliag by 
Amy aad Nary (XaglUb Morao) oodo. 
Nary aad latoraatioaal oodoa of flag 



OBDgAJiailBaTBVcnoiu: Ilaadllag great 
gnaa: prvpartagablp flarafCtloBi datioa 
af oflloata aad bh« wbva at qoartora for 
oiorelao, aad wboa oagagod la ballio; 
baadllag boa|.bowltcora aad macblao- 
asd 9m obofvi laadiag of 



Laeo'a Boamaaahtp. 
Hpeclal Ntitva and 

Orawlnga. 
Nary Dopartmoal 

PaoniAlotA. 
Wblta'a Manual i.( 

Naval Airbltoctnra. 
Thrarle'a Na«al Ar 

rbltoctnra. 
ThttMli^'a TboorrtiraJ 

Naval Arcbit4«toMi 

Navy aad Interna 
I tonal Signal Aooka. 

KlM>t Drill Book. 
Navy Depart a>rnt 



OrdaaaM IjMtmruocka. 

Tost book of Oidaatk'* 
aad Quaaory tNavU 
AnuUiay pabltra 
tloai. 




COURSE OF INSTRUCTION. 



63 



FOUBTH YBAB->FIRST CLASS-^INB DIVISIOK-Continaed. 

F1B8T TERM — COnttD11«d. 



Department. 



o m 
>5- 



a 

o 

S 



o 



Ordnance and Gun- ! 
nery. 



Astronomy, Xaviga- < 
Kon, and Survey- 
ing, 



Mechanics and Ap- 
yUed MatiUmatiet. 



PhywUa and CktmiM- 
try. 



8 



8 



Subjecta. 



Invaxtry Tactics : School of the soldier ; 
school of the company ; school of the bat- 
talion ; 1 1I itt motion for skirmisbem. 

GUKSKBT : The motion of projectiles in a 
non-resisting niediam and in air; the 
methods of finding tb* tr%}ectorjr, the 
remaining velocity, and the angle of 
fall ; the dangerous space ; sighting and 
pointing gnns; the errors liable tooc* 
car in practice at sea, and the methods 
of avoiding them; the preparation of 
range tables, and corrections for Jump 
and drift: the determination of ranges 
at sea. 



8 



Tbk CBLB8TIAL SPHSBE: SphrHcal and 
rectangular co-ordinates ; the use of In- 
stntments, especiall3* those for deter- 
mining terrestrial latitudes and longi- 
tudes ; different nnits of timr ; calen* 
dars ; the moon ; tides ; nebulie ; motion 
of the S4»lar system; solntions of the 
astronomical triangle; aseof the Nanti* 
cal Almanac 

The Thkort akd Pbacticb of Xavioa* 
TIOK, including instruction in the duties 
of the nsTlgator, the construction and 
use of navigating instruments, the use 
of tables, and the solution of problem? ; 
determination of meridian distances. 



Text-books. 



Upton's Tactics. 



Text-book of Ordnance 

and Ounnery (Naval 

Academy pub1ica> 

tion). 
Exterior Ballistics 

(NavalAcademy pub- 

licatton). 
Ordnance Notes. Oilloe 

at Naval Intelli- 

genoe. 



Method of Least Squabes: The theory 
of least squares and probable errors; 
fundamental principles of the theozy ; 
practical methods and formulas; inde- 
pendent observations; conditioned ob- 
servations. 

Affubd Mbchaiiics: Blastioity; stress 
and strain; theory of structures; 
strength and deflection of beams ; beams 
of uniform resistance. 



PBTIUC8: Beoitations in electricity and 
magnetism ; practical work in pfasrsioal 
laboratory; determination of the con- 
stants of galvanometers; testing am- 
meters and voltmeters; running dy- 
namos and electric motors and meas- 
uring their efficiency; experiments on 
the electric transmission of energy; 
testing cables and eleotrlo-llght wires ; 
experiments upon induction ; practice 
in photography and mioTO-pbotography. 



White's Astronomy. 

Cliauvenet's Spherical 
and Practical Astron- 
omy. 

Bowditch's Navigator. 

American Bphemeris 
and Nautical Alma- 
nac. 

Bowditch's Navigator. 

^Navigation arranged 
as a text-book for the 
n. 8. Naval Acad- 
emy. 



Johnson's Method of 
Least Squares. 



Cotterill'sAppUedMa- 
chaaios. 



Same as Mcond data 

year. 
Lectare Notes. 



64 



COURSE OF INSTRUCTION. 



FOURTH TBAR— FIRST CLASS— LIKE DIVISIOST— CoDtfoatd. 



•KCOXD TEEM. 



Drp*rtint*nt. 



1^ 



K 



Xmral 
Comsintftion, mmf 
Jfaral Toeties. 

Orit^nt* mud f/wii* 



5 



a 

a 



SubJrcU. 



T^xt-book*. 



4 • CoarM) of the first trnn codUuuimI. 



I 



(ffi ?(!(BH1 : Accani<rand t«pldU.r»f firp: 
the prt»l»«billty of hittlnic old«H'U of t»- 
rUm» forma; the mfati and pmtiable 
error* of icuon ; drrlirHtlon of riiloa for 
rorrrctiog orrtalo error* which nriiie la 
practlco At 9n*m ; the prortration and 
rffect of proj(M*tile<«. 

UnKHARrK: Thi* roaoufai'luri» of funn; 
dfttcniitioo of Mrvicf> i;iina : contputA* 
tioo of thr atrruicth aod <*hrlnkatt<* of 
Cnti*: ritline: rotation and ila lotlapDoe 
oo tho ntollou of projrotilr*. The man* 
ufartiire and uao of Kuniiowder and 
other PS ploairiHi; the forro developed 
whon esploftivce are flred in their own 
volume, and the equation of motion of 
thr pro}«n*ll1e Id the bore of a giiB on 
thi« hjpoihrita. and alao on the hy* 
pothrAi* that tht» eKploaivo barBfl pro- 
Krr>«Ml«el« ; the lav* of barnlDg of 
gmin* nf giin|M>«der of Tariim* form* : 
tbr fiirmnla* of Noldi' and Abel cun- 
oectlni; pre**urr« «tth dro^lty of toad- 
tng. anil fur detrmiinina the work of 
eipanatno In a gun i dpvf*|i>pmrut of the 
prlnriplr* lnvoIr«id In Ii»ading gun* . 
formula* cuontH-fiDg mtiiilr rrKirltie* 
and |>re*«urea with the elem4*nta of 
l<»*i|||iK. 

iti ^ (*Aanui<r»: Thrir eiiovtruf tlnn and 
thr m»f bantam •MM*l'>ie<l In contmUtog 
Aod atlji'^tlng rr<««Ml. ai^d the thtorj of 
•Dt h i-iinin>L 

AWMi Mrioy. It* prriMralmti and nte. 



Tezt'book of Ordftaor«k 
as4 OannerT (N^ral 
Acftilem.r pablli a 

tion>. 



The KUatir Ikrenxlh 
of Gun* 1 X n V a I 
AcademjT public a 
tioo) 

Interior Ballletir* 
(Xaval A end em > 
poblication). 

Accnrary and pn»b 
abilitj of rir# 
(Naval A end em > 
pnbliratioo). 



C0UB8E OF INSTBUCTION. 



65 



FOURTH TBAS— FIRST CLASS— LINB DIVISIOK— Continiied. 

BBCOTID TSBM— contiiiiied. 



Department. 




AHronomift Ifaniga- 
Hon^ and Survey- 
ing, 



EngUah Studiee, Hit- 
tory and Law, 



Phytiology and Hy- 
giene, 



H 



Sabjeots. 



Trbobt op TBS Deviation ov the Com- 
pass, inolnding the nature and canaee of 
the several parts of the deviation, the 
determination of the vertical and hori- 
aental forces of the earth and the ship, 
the causes and amonnt of the heeling er- 
ror, the changes which take place npon a 
change of geographical position, the 
graphic representations of the amount 
and direction of the forces which act on 
the needle, and the mechanical oorreo- 
tion of the deviation and the heeling er- 
rors. Navigation. 

Htdboobaphic SuBVETHro: The instm- 
ments nsed { selection and measnrement 
of bases ; determination of asimnth of 
base; triangulation; determination of 
heights; leveling; plotting a sorvey; 
hydrograpiiieal surveying; tidal obser- 
vations : current observations ; SAlUng 
directions ; the forr« of the earth, with 
special r^' •>• ., f^ .• 'instruction of 



Text-books. 






I s4 



n ew ell's Th e oi J ef the 
Deviations of the 
Compass. 







in Jftin Ships. 



Chauvenet's Spherical ^ / ' 

and Practical Astron- z//^' >'/ /^ ' 
amy. \, — - - ' , , / ' 
Bai||)lbi liarine Sur- ^ "^'^ 
veying. 

Projection Tables. 

• ...rfMMriAe. 



r>. I 



9.8 




PHTfiic a\ AXD Htoixrf^ General de- 
soription of the hums « body and its 
functions; hamorrha^ i, its causes and 
methods of arrest; dn.wning, means of 
resuscitation there^io; common aooi* 
dents, measures to be adopted therein; 
ventilation, necessity for, and means of, 
in ships and houses; bathing, ezerdse, 
clothing; foods, digestibility of; meth- 
ods of cooking ; what ^e body requires 
and what it does not require; Impure 
water, aleohotio drinks, U^acoo, and 
other norootief ; their nature and their 
effects, in 'various amounts, on the hu- 
man system; habits, thalr inheritance, 
formation, and correction ; requisites for 
a healthy body and a sound mind ; spe- 
cific contagious diseases ; lectures, notes, 
and illustrations. 



Cutter fc 1. 

sive Physiology. 



i 



8842 N A 5 



66 



C0UB8E OF INSTRUCTION. 



FOUETH TXiJU-nBaX OLAJSa-SHGOrBSB DIYISXOV 



JB^MMMMH^t lfU9M 



Wmml lk€ii€$M 




I 



Bal^MU. 



Naval CoRiTBUcnoM : Deflnitloiii; hlfltoiy 
and prscUoe of ■btp-Vofldlof to wood. 
Iron, tmd steel i vjstent «f oooatmcttoB, 
•obdlrtoion and anDoriaf ; «y«t«aia of 
panpinff, dninlag« TwiUtoUiiK, stMrtog, 
oad hoUtiBg} flttlac«to gaaeral} dlalrl- 
button of nnnor, gnna nad bonto; •ptctol 
oonstrnotionA ; Unnebinf ; typw of ohlp* ; 
•trootanU otranfftb nad otiainai buoy- 
naoy nad itnolUty to the totnoi nad to the 
dnnnged ooodltiooa i theory nad obe«rTn> 
tkm of woTee; rolling nad pitchtog; 
prindpleeofetownge; restotnaoe. |n«pal- 
slon, nod oteertog of ahlpt ; qnnlitlee of 
•bipe, oonotmctloo and nee of*dUxmait 
of qnnlitlee ; the use of qnnlltlen. 



MAmmi KnoDCKS: Qonerel deeorlptton of 
modem nnrtoe englaee nod tholr depfttd* 
oaeien) ezpnadoa of sIomb ; mena pneo' 
VTBi pieioD opeed; eliie of oyUsdeni 
■troke ead reri^tloaa ; typeeof plstoae ; 
detailed eonetmottoa of parte of a oy lioder. 
eooaeettog rod, oroeebeed, cmak ebnft« 
Use thnft frnmee nad JoomnU, thmet 
beering; twUttog nadbeadtof moocata; 
item tabre and benriof a ; typee of ooa- 
detnila of oonatructloo: nren of 
idenatog oorfneot nrmngeoient nad 
efficiency of eir. olrenUttog. nad feed 
pvmpe; detnllaof eiae nad eoaatmctioa; 
typee of Talvee and Telye genr; eipnn* 
■ion Talrea nnd mire diagrama: pr»> 
peUera ; theory, ettcieaoy, nod detnila of 
conatmcUon ; the tadlcwtor and indiontor 
diagraota t power of the engtoe with oee- 
eaeary cnlenlntioBa: uateriahi uaed in the 
eeaetmction of mncblnery with reaaone 
tberefor. 

DaainvivolCACifivraT: Theatmlnatowblch 
machinrry la aolO**^ted nod the raelat- 
nnee oflbred to the etraioa { reUtlre raloe 
of nuiterlala need in maoblnery : teetlng 
BMt«rfala: prtnelplee ead oonalderatlona 
goremlng the dealsB.d»awtog.apr«lflc»- 
tiona. and proportion log of Ynriooa porta 
of boiim and eajnnee, with pracUoal np> 
pUceUo««a la the dwilgnliig iwun. 

FanntcATios. rnuUcnl work to the 
chlae abop. 



White'e Maaaal oi 
Vaml Arahltorv 



Thonrlo'e Vara; 



Vnml Axnhiiftct 



Banton'a MnHao Ka- 



V ft* h <^^ X>e 



Uowln'a 

of 

eiga. 
Bhoek'e Mnrtae 

BoUefn. 



COURSE OP INSTBUCTION. 



67 



FOtTBTH TXAB-UBST CLASS-XKQIKXXB DITISION-Goiitinaed. 

nan tsbm— oontixined. 



DepartBEMUt 


i 

Ij 


1 


* 


1 

Text-books. 


MtehtuUet amd Ap- 

JjfliJ JftlfflfBUlfltlJ- 


8 


4 


8MMMf6rllp« dlrition. 




FkyHe9 and Ohmni§ 
try. 


a 


4 


Heat and Analytioal Ghemiatry. 


Same ae for eeoond 

claaa year. 
Leetaxe Notee.- 



8BC0HD TIBX. 



OonAuetiont and 


6 


4 


Course of the flnt term oontiBaed. 

• 


s 


SUam MnginMfiug, 

* 


3 

a 

8 


4 

4 
4 


ICAvnni SHOona: Continuation of flnt 
term ooaree. 

Phyaloal properties of steam ; oonvertibllity 
of heat and work ; theory of the steam- 
engine ; air and heat engines { efficiency 
of an engine} theoretical considerations 
gOTeming the expansion of steam; effects 
of clearance, wire drawing, Jacketing, 
Uqnefaction and re-evaporation; experi> 
ments on the steam*engine, and the moth* < 
ods of determining its ettoienoy 

BotLiBS: Types and efficiency of marine 
boilers; combustion ; ftiel; omaporation ; 
draught ; constmotion of boilers in detail, 
and materials used in them ; details of flt- 
ting and attachments ; c»ases of deterio* 
ration ; care and preservation of boilers. 

Dssioimro IfACHnrBSTt Contlnnation of 
first term course. % 


8eaton*s Marine Sa 
glne. 

CotterUl's Steam 
Xngina Oonsldered 
asaHeatHaehine. 

Shock's Steam BoU- 
ers. 

Unwin's Elements 
of Machine X>esign. 

Shock's Marine Boll- 
ers. 


Mtehmnict and Ap- 

pUed Mathmmatict. 


8 


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4 
4 


Afplikd Michavics: Kinematics and dy- 
namics of msnhines; transmission and 
conversion of energy by fluids. 


OotleriU's AppUed 
Mechanics. 


FhyaMogy and By- 
gUnt, 


Same as for line division. 

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COURS£ OF IKSTRUOTION. 71 

PRACTICAL INSTRUCTION OF CADETS. 

SEAMANSHIP. 

Knotting and splicing ; compass and lead line; ship nomenolatoie ; cutting and 
fitting hemp rigging ; catting and fitting wire rigging ; rowing, and the management 
of boats under oars and nnder sail ; sail making ; making up, bending, unbending, 
and handling sails ; rigging ship ; stripping ship ; shifting span ; getting under way 
and anchoring; eyolutions with vessels under sail and nnder steam; signaling, 
Army and Navy code; management of steam launches; steam fleet tactics with 
bteam launches. 

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 exer- 
cise; broad-sword exercise: handling and firing torpedoes; determination of the 
strength and elasticity of gun-metal with testing machine ; determination of muzzle 
velocities with the Schultz chronoscope ; determination of pressures in guns by 
means of pressure gauges ; experimental determination of range tables, also of the 
Jump and the drift ; application of photography to ordnance purposes ; the prepara- 
tion and inspection of ordnance material. 

ASTRONOMY, NAVIOATION, 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; fVom these observations find- 
ing the approximate and the exact co-efflcients, and the horizontal and the 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 ; forgingj boiler-makini;; pattern-making; machine-tool work; 
taking apart and putting together engines ; running engines of launches, vessels, 
and monitors. 



70 



COUBaS OF INSTRUCTION. 



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CralM RvpOTtSk iraTtfattoa Koto Books, 
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Aaliooooi J. tf aTl(BtSoa, ond SorrojlAg. . . . 
Practloo CrolM 

9t«oa Macblsory, Moiiao Xaginei, ond ' 

BoUon 

Saaiaer Proetiool Work | 

If oriBo XoftoM 

IK-oigntag MochiBory 

FoVrieoUoB .*. 

Bellon 

if«dka«ief end AppiUd MatkenMiiei. 
DifforMtiol oad iBUffral Calculai, And 



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Mctkemmtu*. 

Alf^Wa aad G«>ott4»tr7 I 

Tngoaoai^try, Aaalytical Oaomotrjr. aad 

DtampitTa G^ow^try i 

Emiftuk Sludus, Uut^ry, mnd L«ne. 

EitCti*h and BUtary 

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COURSE OF INSTRUCTION. 71 

PRACTICAL INSTRUCTION OF CADETS. 

SEAMANSHIP. 

Knotting and splioing ; compass and lead line; ship nomenolatare ; ontting and 
fitting hemp rigging ; catting and fitting wire rigging ; rowing, and the management 
of boats nnder oars and under sail; sail making; making np, bending, unbending^ 
and handling sails ; rigging ship ; stripping ship ; shifting spare ; getting nnder way 
and anchoring ; eyolntions with yeseels nnder sail and nnder steam ; signaling, 
Army and Navy code; management of steam launches; ateam fleet tactics with 
Hteam launches. 

ORDNANCE AND aUIfNEBT. 

m 

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 gnns, mortars, boat howitzers, and machine 
gnns ; target practice with small-arms ; target practice with mortars ; target prac* 
tice afloat with machine guns, rifled howitzers, and great gnns ; small-sword exer- 
cise; broad-sword exercise: handling and firing torpedoes; determination of the 
strength and elasticity of gnn-metal with testing machine ; determination of muzzle 
velocities with the Schnltz chronoscope; determination of pressures in guns by 
means of pressure gauges ; experimental determination of range tables, also of the 
Jump and the drift ; application of photography to ordnance purposes ; the prepara- 
tion and inspection of ordnance material. 

ASTRONOMY, NAVIOATION, AND SURVETINO. 

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; from these observations find- 
ing the approximate and the exact co-eflQcients, and the horizontal and the vertical 
forces acting on the standard and steering compasses ; also finding the heeling co- 
efficients for the same compasses withont 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. 



PROORAMME OF PRACTICAL, INSTRUCTION, 

Wbea mora tbaa oim kind of «x«rdM U ^ratcribod dminx a wook tlio number of oaeh ozvoIm u 
IndloatfOd br a flcvn la nonmtbnaia 

FIRST qi^ASS. 



domic ' 
Hontba-i 



Oct. 



VOY 



D«c 



Jao 



I 

3 

3 
4 

1 
3 



4 
.1 I 

S 

. 4 
1 

; a 

. 4 



Flnt dlTtoloB. 



I Cofnp«ay (4). 
• Ifonitor (1). 

Itott^ry (4). 

Monitor (1). 

8<»MnAn«hip. 

Tarf f»t Kreat giuui(4) 

Mfiuitor (1). 

S«'aniAoiih)p. 

8 leaf n tat- tie* (4). 

Muiiitor (I). 

lUiUil II Uifantr3r<4). 

Monitor (Ik 

liatubtiti artillery. 

HioBtUword. 

S(4-aiu. 

PrAi-Ucal ordnance 

St nam. 
Sm.tlt aword. 

St(*AtU. 

I*i.kviical ordnance. 



Second dlTiaUm. 



Cotniiany (4). 
Monitor (1). 
Ilatt4*ry (4). 
Monitor (I). 
Srmniuiiihin. 
St4*ani tartloa (4). 
Moatinrd). I 

KramauHhip. { 

Tiir){(«l Krt'at i;una(4) 
Monitor (I). 
HNttaln infantry (4). 
MfiiiiUir {I). 
JUttAlicu artillory. 
Strain. 
RrouUftwonL 
Stram. | 

Practical ordnance, i 

Sntall tword. ' 



Ibixddirialoa. 



Target ffreat gon»(4) 
Monitor (1). 
Steam tuctlca (4). 
Monitor <1). 
SeamannUlp. 
Compuny (4). 
Monitor (1). 
Scamabshtp. 
Battery i4). 
Monttor (]>. 
lUiut'n infantry (4). 
Monitor (1). 
liattalion artillery. 
I'rmrtiral ordnance* 
St4*aiii J 

liroatUword. i 

St««m. 

Prarrital ordnance. 
Strani . 
Small Mvord. 

_ 1 ^ . 



Fonrtb dlrialott. 



Steamtartica(4). 

Monitor (1). 

Tartlet p^^et goaa (4 » 

Monitor (Ij. 

Hramanahlp. 

Company (4). 

Monitor (1). 

S«<amanahip. 

Battery <4>. 

Monitor (1). 

IUttal'niDfantry(4j 

Monitor {It. 

JiatfaHonarailori 

Htf4un. 

Practical ordnances 

Steam. 

Hroadaword. 

Steam. 

Practical urdnani* 

Stt^am. 



REMIAXNUAL EXAMINATION. 



Feb 



Mar 



April 



Ma5 



I 



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4 
1 

3 

3 
4 
1 
3 



4 

1 



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M 

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St»-ani. 
Hr«».tit«word. 

Mt-ain. 
S aniitnthip. 
Si* .im 

l>*'\ial ti<nmpaaa(4) 
S«-Btt>ati >iii|i (1). 
S* «(iS4i.itt<:|i. 
Itriiffjl <|uart«*rB. 
N Jiiiiaii-)ti|i. 
1 •T^'i'i ^Tt-al i^oiUt' 
(mmm raliitiAttiT* (1). 
Skirniiah <4>, < 

S* •tll.(ilm)>it» <I). 
M« 4111 ta* tir* (4). 
!v triiAii*! l|i (1). 
T««r jMtlit* • <4). 
li**!!' r *l •jii*rl#r«»l' 
li«ti«i n tnfantr> (4) 
Sfaitintiaiii]* (I* 
lUMal n arTli:#ry(?). 
7M*anLan*lit|i (Ji 
Miai.t T»« til ■ (J). 
t««»4ral «juaiu.ra (3; 

Itattalion Infantry. 
U.rt.i.u>u urt.i.i i). 
<•• nrral m. *rt« ra. 
M« «n> Im* t.< «. 
Ki'u:i(»i. Infantry. 
hr.uua<iaLip. 



Prartiral ordnance. 

S!»>un 

ltr«i<iil«wortl. 

St«.itn. 

KcAtit.iMfthip 

i>r-\ Lit 111 iiii)|iaM(4). 

S4-aniitii*hi|i (I). ' 

S* tlllilllalllp 

<r4*iirij] qitartera. 
S4*aiti lUMhip 
Sk TiiiUli (4). 
(*rti*Mdl i|ii.iMerai|). 
l.ir^ft ^rt-at );un«(4i 
S4-aiiiatii«liip 1 1). 
Tur |.4-i!«>«>* ti), 
S^anDAnr>hip (I). 
St«*.itii lact;i « ^4) 
((•*iir ral t)-i.ir1«-r* (1) 
Htiital u liitantr>i4) 
S«*ariii(nqiiip ill. | 

lUltal II Jttlllrr>(3). , 
Smruan*>ii|i i3i. 
St* ^111 la* (It « 1 3). 
G«^nrIal 4aart«-rB(3) ^ 

IUtt.aIiou lnf«ntr>. 
U»tta..iin ki* t.li r) . 
(ft iir'til «|ii>«rt<!r«. ; 
Si< iti'i la* t)i «. 
K.itc«li<'ti iiiiaiitry. 
Scaii.auaLip. 



St (am. • 

.Sraiii.tniihtp, I 

Bri<a«i«word. I 

Sl«>aiu. 

l>e> lat'n roni|>aa»(4>. 
Srani.ini*liip (1). | 

Srainaijitliip, 
(«fii« f.il qiiartrra. 
St-aiiiAiiAiiip, 
M«*urti tu4.t)ni (4). 
(t»u«-iMl i|iiattrr« (I). 
Tor|M»<l.n**i (4l. 
St<aiii*ii»)M|t (li. 
Tur^M-t ^'Ttat ,:tin« (4) 
ScAni.iii«liip (1). 
SWtriDmli (4) 
(JfUf ral qtiart^n (X), 
lUttnlu it)fantry(4). 

S« MOIJIttHhlp (1 I. 
lUtltll U ATtlIlrr>(3). ' 

Si<aniariM)itp i3l. 
Steam fa« tu'« i3K 
Gvitfial i|uarteia (3) 



Small •wurd. 
St«*am. 
Sramaa«liip. 
St ram. 
BuiatUwonl. 
I)etlat'nc<mipa«aU». 
S<*nmam»lilp (1) 
Sf.AUiau*iiip. 
tieo<*ral tiuartera 
S4*«man«hip 
loiptKlor* i4). 
(«eDi-ral quartT* < 1 1 
St4*aui ta< ticn (4k 
Sianiaiiiihsii d) 
SktmuMti <4i. 
ScamaUHhtp di 
Tari;rt air ml kuq* tit 
(tfni^ral iiuartc-r* 1 1 > 
Batial'n inf >utr>\4i. 
Si'amanahtp i|i.* 
lUttal uartiKeryt: 
Soaman*hip (3*. 
St4>am tactira <]» 
G«iMfrai qtiartcrBiS/ 



Ilattalicin inf.int'T. 
lUttaliitn ar(lllrr>. 
(i«>tii r.ti i)uarteia. 
Sl« rt'ij lAi lira 

ILatiai.ou lulantry. 
2s am an kU I p. 



Battalluo lufatitry. 

Hattaitiin artrliory 

(fvneial i|i<tirt«ra. 
I St4'am tac t c a. 
. Uatlaltitu infantr). 

Snamaaai^tQ, 



Jar.r Ita 

lu 



Jooa S'* 
to Aug 



3K 

Sapt 



ANNUAL EXAMINATION. 



Pnu-tlce crnUr. 
On leave 



T'J 



PRACTICAL INSTRUCTION. 



73 



•BCONO CliASA. 



Aea- 












demic 


1 


First dhriaioii. 


Second dlTisioin. 


Third division. 


Fourth division. 


lionthe. 


1 

1 










Oct 


Company. 


Company. 


Pivot guns. 
Bteamlaunohes. 


Steam launches. 




2 


Battexy. 


Battery. 


Pivot guns. 




8 


Seamanship. 


Seamanship. 


Seamanship. 


Seamanship. 




4 


PlTOtgnns. 


Steam launches. 


Company. 


Company. 
SeamanMiip. 


Nov 


1 


Seamanship. 


Seamanship. 


Seamanship. 




2 


Steam laonehea. 


Pivot £nns. 
BattaUon infantry. 


Battery. 
Battalion infantry. 


Battery. 
Batulion inCsntry. 




8 


Battalion infantry. 




4 


BattaUon artillery. 


Battalion artlUety. 


Battalion artillery. 


BattaUon artiUery. 


I>«c 


1 


Small sword. 


Steam. 


Navy signals. 


Steam. 




2 


Steam. 


Small sword. 


Steam. 






3 

4 
1 


Nayy signals. 


Steam. 


Small sword. 


Steam. 


Jan 


Steam. 


Navy signals. 


Steam. 


SmaU sword. 




2 Broadawoid. 


Steam. 


Seamanship. 


Steam. 




3 * Steam. 


Broadsword. 


Steam. 


Seamanship. 




4 
5 

1 


Seamanship. 


Steam. 


Broadsword. 


Steam. 




SSMI.AKNUAL BZAMINATION. 


Feb 


Steam. 


Seamanship. 


Steam. 


Broadsword. 




2 


Small sword. 


Steam. 


Practical ordnance. 


Steam. 




3 


Steam. 


Small sword. 


Steam. 


Practical ordnance. 




4 




Steam. 


Small sword. 


Steam. 


Mar 


1 


Steam. 


Practical ordnance. 


Steam. 


Small sword. 




2 


Broadsword (4). 


Bioadsword (4). 


Broadsword (4). 


Broadsword (4). 






Seamanship (1>. 


Seamanship (1). 




Seamanship (1). 




8 


Seamanship. 


Seamanship. 


Seamanship. 
General quarters. 
Seamanship. 
Steam titties (4). 


Seamanship. 




4 


General qaarters. 
Seamanship. . 


General qaarters. 
Seamanship. 
Skirmish (4). 


General quarters. 


April.... 


1 


Seamanship. 
Target macoine gans 

(4). 
General qnarters (1). 


m 


2 


Xarf;etereatgmis(4). 






Oeneral qnart^^rs (1). 


General qnarters (1). 


General quarters (1). 




3 


Skirmish (4). 


Target great gans(4) . 


Target machine gnns 

(4). 
Seamanship (1). 


Steam tactics (4). 






Seamanship (1). 
Steam tactics (4). 


Seamanshin (I). 
Target macnine gnns 

(4). 
Seamaoship (t). 


Seamanship (1). 
Skirmlah (4). 




4 


Targe t great guns ( 4 ) . 






Seamanship (1). 


Seamanship (1). 


Seamanship (1). 


May 


1 


Target machine gnns 

Oeneral qaarters (1). 
Battarnrnfantiy(4). 


Steam tactics (4). 


Skirmish (4). 


Target great gun8<4) . 






General qnarters (1). 


General quarters (1). 
Battal'n infantry (4). 


General quarters (t) . 




2 


Battal'n infantry (4). 


Battal'n infantry <4). 




8 


Seamanship (1). 
Battal'narUUeTy(3). 


Seamanship (1). 
Battal'n artillery (2). 


Seamanship (1). 
Battal'n artUlery (2). 


Seamanship (1). 
Battal'n artUiery (2). 






Seamanship (8). 


S<}aman8hip (3). 
Steam tactics (3). 


Seamanship (3). 
Steam taoucs (3). 


Seamanship (8). 
Steam tactics (8). 




4 


Steam tactics (3). 






General quarters (2). 


General quarters (2). 


General quarters (2). 


General qaarters (2). 


(Fiilli 


M. 


Battalion infantry. 


Battalion infantry. 


Battalion infantry. 


Battalion infiuitry. 


week.) 


T. 


Battalion artillery. 


Battalion artillery. 


Battelion artillery. 


Battalion artillery. 




W. 


General qnarters. 


General qaarters. 


General quarters. 


General quarters. 




Th. 


Steam tactics. 


Steam tactics. 


Steam tactics. 


Steam tactics. 




F. 


BattaUon infantry. 


Battalion infantry. 


Battalion infantry. 


BattaUon infSuitry. 




& 




Seamanship. 


Seamanship. 


Seamanship. 


June Ito 
10 




ANNUAL EX 


AMINATION. 





74 



PRACTICAL INSTBUCTION. 



OBOOIO) CUkSS. 



8aa 



8«pt 



i 

St 



6 

c 



10 

] 
s 

3 
4 



Pint diriaUm. 



Vacbiae^op A. m. j 
Target maebiiM- 

gKDM p. m. J 

lC«cbtBe-«hopA.ni. i 
Target bowlu«n p. j 

01. ! 

ICaoblae^hop ^ m. 

HigBalap.a. 

Roimtag ■Caam en -t 

tar«a.m. 
Bowitaara aflaat p. 

m. 
ICacbtoa-ahop a.m. 
Boata p. IB. 
Macbiaa-abop a. n. 
Tart«C great gima 

p.111. • 

MacbLBa-«bop a.m. 
Hteaan Uctioap.Bi. 



8ae<md dlrlilon. 



lCaQbla«>abop a. m. 
Howlttarf afloat p. 

lIacblaa>abop a.ni. 
Target marhtaa 

guns p. n. 
uaeblni^-abop a. m. 
Target bowitiara p. 



eat* 



Tblrd dlTtaloa. 



RonnlDg 

tera a. m. 
Signala p^n. 



Maoblne-abop a. oi. 
Boaup.a. 

ICarhtnr Bbop a. m. 



a 



T»rgrt •mi 

p in. 
If Brhtne-«hop a. m. 
Boaf« p. m. 

/Od Ireve. 



MaablsaHihop * m. 
Boala p. m. 
If ar bine eboti a. m. 
Targf't aaall aima 

JI.IB. 

Ifacblna^bop a. m. 
Target grvat gaiM 

p. la. 
Marbln^'Sbop a. n. 
8team tacUca p. m. 

Ifarblae-abop a. m. 
Boats p. m. 

Marbtne-abep a. ■. 
Boata p.Bi. 

Oo leare. 



Macblneiabop a. u. 
tfignala p^m. 

Haehlna^bop iw oi. 
Howitaera afloat p. 

Macblne-abop a. m. 
Target maoblaa 

gnna p. m, 
Buaning ataam oat- 

} teraa.m. 

I Target bowltiera p. 

, ICacblne^bop a. m. 
1 BoeUp.m. 
j Maobioe-ebop a.m. 
{ Boata p.m, 

Marbina^op a. m. 
Target amaU arma 

p.m. 
Marbln^-abop a. m. 
Target great gvoa 

pwin. 
Maobiiiambop a. m. 
8CMUB tacUca p. m. 

If acblae-sbop a. m. 
BoaU p.ni. 

On leave. * 



*0ttl1S diTiaiOB. 



Maobbie a b ap a. m. 
Target bowitaeta p. 

Macbtoa-abop &, m, 
Signala p. aa. 

Macblna abop a. ■. 
Howltaara afloat ^ 



Bott&iBg aiaaw cut- 

tera a.Bi. 
Target maehioe 

gnna. 
Macblaa-abop h, m. 

Maoblae-abap a. m. 
Slaaai tactka p. in. 

Haablae-abop a. m. 
Boata p. m. 

Machine- abop a. m. 
Target amaiU aruia 

p. n. 
Maoblaa-abop a. m 
Target graat gub* 

p. m. 
llaobine>abop a. m. 
Boata p.ni. 

On lf«TfL 



PBACnCAL INSTRUCTION. 



75 



THIRD CI<ASS. 



Ao*- 


jj 










demio 


i 


FixBt dlTition. 


Second division. 


Third dlTision. 


Fonrtb dlvislMi. 


Mooibs. 






• 




Oct 


1 


CmnpMiy. 


Company. 


PlTot gnns. 


Boats. 




2 


Battery. 


Battery. 


Boats. 


PiTOt gnns. 




3 


Seamaaahlpb 




Seamanship. 


Seamanship. 




4 


Pirot gnoft. 


Boats. 


Company. 


Company. 


Not 


1 




Seamanship. 


Seamanship. 






3 

3 


Boats. 

Battalioii infantry. 


PiTOt gnns. 
Battalion infimtry. 


Battery. 
Battalfon infantry. 


Battery. 
Battalion infantry. 




4 


Battalion artiliory. 


BattaUon artillexy. 


Battalion artillery. 


Batulion artillery. 


D«o 


1 


Small sword. 


Seamanship. 


Broadnide gnns. 


RiggiB£ loft 
Broadside guns. . 




2 


RiKginc loft. 
BroadtUe gnns. 


Small sword. 


Seamanship. 




3 


Biggling loft. 


Small sword. 


Seamanship. 


Jan 


4 
1 


Seamanabip. 


Broadside guns. 
Target small anna. 


Rigging loft. 


Small sword. 




3 


Small sword. 


Bx^adsids gnns. 


Rigging loft. 
Broadside gnns. 




3 


Rigging loft. 
Broadside guns. 


Small sword. 


Target smsU arms. 




4 


Rigging loft. 


Sm^l sword. 


Target small arms. 



Feb 



Har 



April. 



May 



(Fifth 
week.) 



3 



1 
2 
8 

4 

H. 

T. 
W, 
iTh 
F. 
S. 



Jnnel to 
8. 



Jane 
to 

Aog. ao. 



Sept. 



SSHI-ANMUAL XXAMINATIOK. 



Target small arms. 
Small sword. 
Rigging loft. 
Army signals. 
Target pistol. 
PiTOt gnns (4). 
Seamanship (1). 

3 Seamanship. 

4 General quarters. 

1 I Seamanship. 

2 Target smll arm8(4) . 
General qaartersil). 
Skirmish (4). ^ 
Seamanship (1). 
Seamanship. 



Boats (4). 

General qnarters (1). 
Battal'n infantry (4). 
Seamanship (1). 
Battal'nurtillery (2). 
Seamanship (3). 
Small sword (3). 
General qnarters (2). 
BattaUon infantry. 
Battalion artillery. 
General quarters. 
Boats. 

BAtulion Infhntry. 
Seamanship. 



Broadside gnna. 
Target pistol. 
Small sword. 
Rigging luft. 
Army signals. 
PlTot gnns (4). 
Seamanship (1). 
Seamanship. 
General qnarters. 
Seamanship. 
Skirmish (4). 
General quarters (1). 
Target sm'llarm8(4). 
Seamanship (1). 
Boats (4). 
Seamanship (1). 
Seamanship (4)' 
General quarters (1). 
Battal'n fnCMitry (4). 
Seamanship ( 1). 
Battal'n artillery (2). 
Seamanship (3). 
Small sword (8). 
General quarters (2). 
Batallion InflsntTy. 
Battalion artillery. 
General quarters. 
Boato. 

Battalion Inihntry. 
Seamanship. 



Rigging loft. 
Army signals. 
Target plstoL 
Small sword. 
Bigging loft 
PiTOt gnns (4). 
Seamanship (1). 
Seamanship. 
General qnarters. 
Seamanship. 
Seamanship (4). 
General qnarters (1). 
Boats (4). 
Seamanship (1). 
Target sro'll arms(4). 
Seamanship (1). 
Skirmish (4). 
General quarters (1). 
Bsttol'n Infantry (4). 
Seamanship (1). 
Battal'n artUlery (3). 
Seamanship (3). 
Small sword (3). 
General quarters (2). 
Battalion infantry. 
Battalion artillery. 
General quarters. 
Boats. 

Battalion Infisntry. 
Seamanship. 



Small sword. 

Ri|»iBK 1<>^ 
Army signals. 

Target pistol. 
Smul sword. 
PiTOt gnns (4). 
Seamanship (t). 
Seamanship. 
General qnarters. 
Seamanship. 
Boat (4). 

General quarters (1). 
Seamanship. 

Skirmish (4). 
Seamanship (1). 
Target smU]arms(4). 
General quarters (1). 
fiattl'n infantry (4). 
Seamanship (1). 

Battal'n srtUlery (2)- 
Seamanship (3). 
Small swora (3). 
General quarters <2). 
Battalion infkntry. 
Battalion artillery. 
General quarters. 
Boats. 

Battalion infantry. 
Seamanship. 



ANNUAL EXAMINATION. 



Practice cruise. 
On lesTe. 



FBAOTicu. nraTBDCTioir. 



M 

J_ 

II 



! S B ■■ C £ 1 = 



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1 



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V 

■^'S" ANNUAL REGISTER 
,H3 



Ij^ 



UNITED STATES NAVAL ACADEMY. 



ANNAPOLIS, MD. 



ACADEMIC YEAR OF I890-'9I. 



WASHINGTON: 
GOVERNMENT PRINTINU OFFICE. 



I 



ANNUAL REGISTER 



UNITED STATES NAVAL ACADEMY, 



ANNAPOLIS, MD. 



ACADEMIC TEAR OF 1890-'91. 



WASHINGTON: 

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE. 
1891, 



THE UNITED STATES NAVAL ACADEMY. 



FORTY-SIXTH ACADEMIC YEAR.* 

The United Btates Naral Academy was founded in 1845 by the Hon« George Ban* 
crofty Secretary of the Navy, in the administration of President James K. Polk. It 
was formally opened October 10 of that year nnder the name of the Naval School, 
wi th Commander FranUln Buchanan as superintendent. It was placed at Annapolis, 
Md.y on the land occupied by Fort Severn, which was given up by the War Depart- 
ment for the purpose. The course was fixed at five years, of which only the first year 
and the last were spent at the school, the intervening three years being passed at sea. 
This arrangement 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 
mcmths 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 mid- 
shipmen, appointed after 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 followed in order by the subsequent dates until the reorganiza- 
tion of the school in 1850. 

In September, 1849, the following board was appointed to revise the plan and the 
regulations of the Naval School : 

Commander William B. Shubrick, 
Commander Franklin Buchanan, 
Commander Samuel F. Du Pont, 
Commander George P. Upshur, 
Surgeon W. S. W. Rnschenberger, 
Professor William Chauvenet, 
Captain Henry Brewerton, U. S. Army. 

The plan reported by the board was approved, and went into operation July 1, 
1800. The new organization provided for a course of seven years, the first two aod 
the last two at the school and the three intermediate years at sea. The school was 
placed nnder the supervision of the Bureau of Ordnance and Hydrography, and its 
name was changed to the United States Naval Academy. The corps of professors was 
enlarged, the course was extended, and the system of separate departments with ex- 
ecutive heads was fully adopted. It was provided that a board of visitors should 
make an annual inspection of the Academy and report upon its condition to the Sec- 
retary of the Navy. A suitable vessel was attached to the Academy as a practice ship, 
and the annual practice cruises were begun. 

After the system had been in operation a year new changes were proposed, and the 
recommendations of the academic board on the subject were referred to the board of 
examiners for the year 1851, composed of the following-named officers : 

Commodore David Conner, 
Captain Samuel L. Breese, 
Commander C. K. Stribling, 
Commander A. Btgelow, 
Commander Franklin Buchanan, 
Lieutenant Thomas T. Craven. 



* The nnmber of the aoademio year wm first printed in the Annual Register of 1885>*66, and was 
reckoned ftam the reorganisation of the Naval School in 1850, when ita name wan changed to the 
United States Kaval Academy. The niimher ia now amended by the addition of fl^e yearH, thus reck- 
oning from 1845, the year in which the Academy was foanded and formally opened. 



G 



6 HISTORICAL SKETCH. 

7*h« chanp:e rororamended by the boftrd of exuninen, and adopted by the Depart 
nent, coD^tntM mninl.v in leaTlogont the reqnireniQnt of three yearn of eea aerrioe in 
tbA middle of the courM% thus milking the four years of study oonsecnUve. The {irac- 
tice cmiso supplied the place of the omitted sea scrrioe, and gave better opportnnt- 
tiraof training. The change went into operation in Noveml^r, 1851, together vith 
other improTements recommended by the board* This system has been contiaiied« 
with some slight modifications, to the present time. The first class to reeelre th#« 
Ijeuefit of it was that which entered in IR&l. Six members of this olaas complete*! 
the eonrse in three years, and were graduated in June, lrS>4 ; the rest of the rlaM 
followed In 1855. 

In May, 1H61, on the outbreak of the war, the Academy was removed to Newport, 
R. I. The three nppcr class4« were detached and ordered to sea, and the remain tng 
acting midNhipuion were quartered in the Atlantic Honse and ou board the frigat^^ 
Constitution and Santee, In the summer of 1865 the Academy waa moved back t4> 
Annapolis, where it haM since remained. 

When ths Bun*an of Navigation was established, July .'>, 1H02, the Academy wa^ 
p1ace<l under its supiarviHitm ; March 1, 1N>7, it was placed under the direct cam aizd 
sniierviiiinn of the Navy Department, the aflministrative routine and financial man- 
agement l>eiug still conducted through the Bureau* On the Uthof March, 18l2>. th>« 
ollicial connection with the Bureau ceased, but was renewed by the general order of 
the Navy Department issued June 35, 1^>H9. 

The term of the academic course was changed by law, March 3, 1873, from four U^ 
six years. The change took etfect with the class that entered in the following 
summer. 

In IHGH a class of acting third asHifitant engineers was onlored to the Academy fbr 
instruction* The counw embraced the subjects of steam engineering, mechaui%iii, 
cbeini^try, nieohsnics, and prsctic.i1 excroirtee with the steam engine and in tU^* 
mAchine shop. This cla<is was grudiiated in June, I'-fiH, together with two cafi*' 
engineers who had entenVi the Acoilemy in 1867. After an interval of fonr yearm. 
in Oc toiler, 1871, a new cUm of cadet engineers wnn admitted. This doss folio we>«l 
a two ycarV coiiPi<*, wmiewhat more extended than that of the rlans of lH4iH, mnd wan 
gratluated in 1873. In 1872 and in 1873 new clas^ts were admitted, the Ur«t of which 
left the Acofleniy in l'"74 and the second in 1875. By an act of (\itigreits, approviHl 
Kehniary *i4. H74, the course of inntniction for cadet engineers was made four year* 
inst«*ad of two : the new provision was first applies] to the class entering the Academy 
in the year 1^74. Thi4 class was grailaatM in June, 1878. 

By an act of (Vincr«'««s, approved Anj^iiitt 5. l*<^2, it was provided that from that 
date "there sh.tU l»e no appointments of cadet -niidi^hipmen or ca<l el-en ginc^rs at 
the Naval Acailrmy, hut in lieu thereof navul cadets shall be apiM>inted from each 
Con gre^Mt tonal diMrict antl at large, as now providisl by law for cailet-midshiptti* n. 
and all the nndergmduatiii at the Naval Academy shall hen*aft4*r lie de9ignat4Ni and 
calh^l • naral r idet<»;' and. from tho«» who sucrcsHrtilly complete the six years* course 
apiMiintnir nti ^hali hen^after lie made an it is ueressary to till vacancies in the lo«««r 
grad*** «»f the line and Kngineor Coriwi of I ht^ Navy and of the Marine Corfis: Ami yr,* 
TuitH ffrikrr, Th.it no greater number of ap(M»intments into these grmles shall Ik- 
made rat h )rar than i«li;ill equal the nnml^er of vacancies which has occurmtl in \h** 
same gradf* during the pre«^etling year; snrh appointments to l>© mtt<Ie fr«»m tl»e 
grail nat4^ of the year, at the conchi«ion of tlwir six years* conme* in theonler of ntrnt, 
OM drt**niiinr<l by the a«'a«leiiiir iMtanl of the Naval Ara<lemy ; the asHignment to !h« 
vsritm«* corp« to l>e made tiy the Serrrtary of the Navy npon the rrcommendalh» i 
of th<* sra<li-niir iKtanl. Hut nothing herein contaimM] Hhall reduce the num^N^r of 
ap|Mttntnienta from iinrh gra^liiatt^ l^dow ten in each year» nor deprive of such ap- 
point ni rut an> groilnstr « ho may complete the six year*' course during the year right 
*^n hinKlnd a«.d ei^htv-two. And if tht-re he a surfdus of gradnnte«, tho«e who do 
rt«crive iiarh ap|M>intment «)mU l»e given a certiticate of graduation, an honor* 



HISTORICAL SKETCH. 7 

able'disoharge, and one year's sea pay, as now provided by law for oadet-midship- 
inen; and so mnoh of section fifteen hundred and twenty-one of the Revised Statntee 
as is iuconsistent herewith is hereby repealed. 

"That any oadet whose position in his class entitles him to be retained ia the 
service may, npon his own application, be honorably discharged at the end of four 
years' oonrse at the Naval Academy, with a proper certificate of gradaation." 

The act of Congress, approved March 2, 1889, provides that " the Academic Board 
of the Naval Academy shall, on or before the thirtieth day of September in each year, 
separate the first class of naval cadets then commencing their fourth year into two 
divisions, as they may have shown special aptitnde for the dnties of their respective 
corps, in the proportion which the aggregate nnmber of vacancies occurring iu the 
preceding fiscal year ending on the thirtieth day of June in the lowest grades of 
commissioned officers of the line of the Navy and Marine Corps of the Navy shall 
bear to the number of vacancies to be supplied from the Academy occurring during 
the same period in the lowest grade of oonmiissioned officers of the engineer corps of 
the Navy ; and the cadets so assigned to the line and Marine Corps division of the 
first class shall thereafter pursue a course of study arranged to fit them for service in 
the line of the Navy, and the cadets so assigned to the Engineer Corps division of 
the first class shall thereafter pursue a separate course of study arranged to fit them 
for service iu the Engineer Corps of the Navy, and the cadets shall thereafter, and 
until final graduation, at the end of their six years' course, take rank by merit with 
those in the same division, according to the merit marks; and from the final gradu* 
ates of the line and Marine Corps division, at the end of their six years' course, ap- 
pointments shall be made hereafter as it shall be necessary to fill vacancies in the 
lowest grades of commissioned officers of the line of the Navy and Marine Corps ; 
and the vacancies in the lowest grades of the commissioned officers of the Engineer 
Corps of the Navy shall be filled in like manner by appointments from the final 
graduates of the Engineer division at the end of their six years' course : Provided, 
That no greater number of appointments into the said lowest grades of commissioned 
officers shall be made each year than shall equal the nnmber of vacancies which 
shall have occurred in the same grades during the fiscal year then current ; such ap- 
pointments to be made from the final graduates of the year, in the order of merit as 
determined by the Academic Board of the Naval Academy, the assignment to be 
made by the Secretary of the Navy upou the recmmendation of the Academic Board 
at the conclusion of the fiscal year then current ; but nothing contained herein or in 
the naval appropriation act of August fifth, eighteen hundred and eighty-two, shall 
reduce the number of appointments of final graduates at the end of their six years' 
course below twelve in each year to the line of the Navy, and not less than two shall 
be appointed annually to the Engineer Corps of the Navy, nor less than one annually 
to the Marine Corps ; and if the number of vacancies in the lowest grades aforesaid, 
oconrring in any year shall be greater than the nnmber of final graduates of that 
year, the surplus vacancies shall be filled from the final graduates of following years, 
as they shall become available ; * * * * . 

''That after the fourth day of March, eighteen hundred and eighty-nine, the 
minimum age of admission of cadets to the Academy shall be fifteen years and the 
maximum age twenty years/' 



SUPERINTENDENTS 



or TUB 



UNITED STATES NAVAL ACADEMY. 



Sept. 3, 184r).^;;oranmnfler FrAnkUn Rnchanan. 
Ifmr. 15, 1847. — CommAnder George P. Upshur. 
Jnly 1. KiU. — ComiiiAnder ConteliuH K. Stribliog. 
Not. 1, Ioo3. — Cooiuionder Louia M. Ooldaboroagb. 
Sept 15, lUTiT.-^apUin G«K>rgo 8. Klake. 
Sept. 9, 1805.— Bear-Admiral David D. PoHer. 
Deo. 1, 18ii9.-^ommodore John L. Worden. 
Sept. 22, 1874.— Ki*ar.Adtniral C. R. P. RcMlffem. 
Jalj 1, 1878.~CoiniDodore Foxhall A. Parker. 
Ang. it, 1879.— Rear-Admiral OeorKo B. Bnlrh. 
Jqdo 13, 18S1.— Rear-Admiral C. R. P. Rodgera. 
Not. 14, iHHl.— Captain F. M. Ramiiay. 
Sept. 9. l^^K — Cornroaoder W. T. Sampeon. 
June 3U. iHUO.^CapUiD R. L. Pbythiau. 



8 



BOARD OF VISITORS, JUNE, 1890, 



Rear-Admfral L. A. Kimberlt, U. S. Nary, PruidmU 

Hon. J. C. 8. Bi«ACKBURN, U. S. Senate, Vice PreBidmt. ^ 

Hon. EUQBNB Hale U. S. Senate. • X 

Hon. C. A. BouTBLUB U. 8. House of Repreeentativee. '^ 

Hon. W. C. Wallace U.'S. Hooaeof Representatiree. X 

Hon. H. W.Rusk U. 8. Honae of Representatiyea. 

Hon. Marshall M. Murdook Wichita, Kansas. 2 

Hon. WiLLLAJC A. NoRTHCOTT Green vi lie, Hlinois. l' 

Hon. H. W. Elliott Newcastle, Indiana. 

Hon. J. H. Gallinger Concord, New Ham|ksbire. 2 

Hon, W. Stuart Walcott Utioa, New York. :; 

Hon. A. W. Campbell Wheeling, West Virginia. 

9 * 



ACADEMIC CALENDAR. 
1890-1801, 



1«K). 
Oct. l.^Be^ifliUDg of fint Unn Wednoeday. 

Jao. S6-:il. — Semi-annual ezaminfttioD .... Monday-Hatnntav. 

Jan. 31.— Endof finit t«nn Saturday. 

June 1-6.— Annual examination Monday-^taidav. 

Jnne 6.— End of academic year, 1890-'1U .... Saturday. 
May 15.«^Examinatton of caiididates for ndiiiliviion an naval 

cadets Friday. 

Sept. 1. — Examination of candidatea for acini tHaion as naval 

cadets Tuesday. 

Oct. 1.— BeginnioK of first term, ldl)l-*9S2 • . Thursday. 

The araclemie months end on the following days: 

1890-1891. 

October Nov. 1 February FeU. 'J- 



November .... Nov. 5R> 



March Mar. v** 



December .... Dec. 27 { April Apr. •'.'• 

January .... Jan. 24 \ May May V* 

1H91-IH92. 



October Oct. 31 

November .... Nov. *iH 

10 



Dcceuiber .... Dec. IV. 
.laounrv .... Jan. '.M 



CALENDAR FOR 1890-91. 



























SEPTEMBER. 


Sun. 


MARCH. 








Sun. 


M. 


T. 


W. 


T. 


F. 


Sat 


M. 


T. 


w. 


T. 


F. 


Sat. 






I 


2 


3 


.4 


■ 

5 


6 


I 


2 


3 


i 


6 


7I 




7 


8 


9 


10 


II 


12 


13 


8 


9 


10 


II 


12 


13 


14 


1 




"4 


15 


16 


17 


18 


"9 


20 


15 


16 


«7 


18 


19 


20 


21 






21 


22 


23 


24 


25 


26 


27 


22 


23 


24 


25 i 26 


27 


28 


■ 




28 


29 


30 










29 

1 
1 

J 

1 

1 


30 


31 


1 
















' 






OCTOBER. ; 


APRIL. 












I 


2 


3 
10 


4 
II 


- ! 




I 


2 


3 
10 


4 




5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


5 


6 7 


8 


9 


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1 




12 


13 


14 


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16 


17 


18 


12 


»3 


14 


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OCTOBER. 






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10 


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II 


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OFFICERS 



ATTACH Kti TO THB 



UNITED STATES NAVAL ACADEMY. 



»ri'BKiNTir]ii»Kin', 
CA^rTAtN &. L. PUYTHIAJ«\ 

JktnttatU Co tMt SuperintfntUni in tharge f^f BuUdinfft and Oroundt, 

LlEl*TK!(ATr I). I). V. 8TUABT. 

A»f\siant to Uu Sf$per%ntmdeat and Sfrretaty 0/ the Aeodemie Board 

LlirTBXAKT O. A. MSKKJAJt. 



(T&mmamdant 0/ C-adcts and Head 0/ Ji^partimrnt qf iHe^phnf, 
COMMANDER HENKV GLA.SS. 

LiKiTK?(Arr-(*oiiMA5i»Ktt W. W. OiuLrATutrK. AB0i4lani. 
LlKrrrYAVT J. M. Uawi.ey, AMtxMtant and t>r\U (tpicrr, 
l.l»l Tr.H\HT W. P. rirnrit, AstiMtant and l>riU Ofkcer 
Lifti n^«%r Cr. n llAttMCtt. A^sxtUmf and hnU O^tr, 

LtriTK^AXr C. D. (tAI.LOl*AV. A«»i#Mn# 

LiKt f L^AXT AUULAXI/CM SUAU* |r.. Autttant and IPrtU OfUer, 



ii&4HA^Kiiir. •!&% 41 iiiifirMt i-n<»^, AXU KATAI. TAITKK. 

//«rt«f t/ t^fpartmrnt, 
n>MMAM)KU r 1>. SICSBKK. 

AtitlanU, 

LiKI TKMAllI W P. <'LA*01I, 
l«IVl 1LHAHT r. I) T M<H»ltJI 
LlKlTRtlATI W S lUnf% 



Pi 



OFFICBBS OF THE UNITED STATES NAVAL ACADEUY. 13 



OBOVAHCB AJID OUKinUIT. 

Head of Departrntnt, 
LIB0TEKANT-COMKJlND£R C. S. SPEBBT. 

A$fUtanU, 

LlKUTKIATT R. R. INOKBHOLL, 
LUHJTKVANT H. C. GKABXXG. 

Swerd-Maater^ 

A. J. COSBMBM. 

jMistant Suwrd^tuUrit 

J. B. Bktx, 
G. HSDHB. 



AflTBOirOMT. HAVIOATIOlf. AVO BURTXTtHO. 

Head of D^iWftmerU, 

LIEUTENANT G. G. BOWMAN. 

A99%9tant9, 

LiXUTXKABT U. B. HaBBIS, 

LiBUTXiCAirr W, F. Low. 
LiBUTBNAjrr Edwabd Llotd, Jr. 



BTXAM BNounuutma. 

Head of DtpfurtmmUt 

CHIEF BNGINBBB H. W. FITCH. 

Aui»tanU, 

PAflSBD Absictamt Bxguibbr J. X. Bartoh, 
Fabbbo Abbibtakt Exoibbbb B. G. Dbbig, 
Pabbxd Abbibtamt EHonrxXB G. S. Wiluttb, 
Abbibtakt ByoiicBBK B. C. Sampbok. 



MXCHAHICB AlTD APFLIBD MATHBMATICB. 

Hwid of Department, 
LIETJTENANTCOMlCANDEB J. P. MEBBELL. 

AttUtanU, 

lirutenant t. b. howard. 
Ension Johk Hood, 
EicaiQN C. M. KxKPPKu. 



14 0FKICEE8 OP THK UNITKD STATES NAVAL ACAOBMT. 

PHTBICS AHD CHBM»TBT. 

PBOTESSOB K. H. TXKKT. A. IC.. Ph. D. 

LlKlTK!«A«T W. G. CUTLBB, 

LucimxAirr B. T. Waluxo, 
Lixi'TKiAirT O. G. DotMii, 

LlBlTVHASIT B. H. MlXXB, 

PiiOPiiiOB C. B. Saxobb, A. H.. Pa. D. 



MATHBMATiai, 

Jl9ad qf D^pmrtmenU 
LIXUTENANT-COMMAKDEB HABBT KKOX. 

AatittantM, 
LiKrmAjrr Jonx Garviit, 

LlKl'TBNAXT J, M. OmCIIAHD, 
KJIltlOM H. <i. DsBftlL. 
Bitnll.lf Hahrt pRKLrs, 

£»!(.> C. 8. Wn.iUMs 



UOUtli STVDIM, HISTOMT. AVD LAW. 

Htad o/ DtpartmknU^ 

COMHA^DEB J. S. CBAIO. 

AuUUmlM, 

Ltlt^KXAVT J. B. MiLTOX, 
LlStTX^VAllT J. C CRUAr« 
List TEKAMT £. R. rSliBMWOOD, 

Pko»ii»or W. W. Fay, A. M. 



MODKRJI LAaarA<2EA. 

UEITENANT BOBEKT G. PECTL 
Atsistanu, 

Lii(Ti.aA^T J. T. SMrrn. 

PB()K«»><>k L. F. Psi i»'n<mMX. A. H., 

PKoriMM^iB JrLM Lehocx. 

AMtrtAMT PK<tritH*<»R HiriHil.lTV Dalmos, 

AMitirT4VT PttnrEi««<>ii Hkxri Makiox. 

AMUKTAn PuortxwiB Sami'kl Gam5sa, Ph.D. 



Hft4 HAXIl'AL |)XAW1%0. 

//r«fl »/ /v^«rrm4«l. 
LIKriENAST II O. BITTEXHorSE. 

AmtHmmU 

PiM(rK*Miii 3kl «k«iiAix OLnVM 
AiMiatAVi PmiKKHMiR C. F. Iti 4rvKi.r. 



OFFICEBS OF THE UNITED STATES NAVAL ACADEMY. 15 

mraioLOOT avd uronaa. 

Head nf Dtpartnunif 
MEDICAL INSPBCXOB B. H. KIDDSS, IC. D. 

Aiiiitdntg, 

SUBGBOX G. E. H. HasKon, M. D., 

Pambd AaBiBTurr Subokoh Philip Lkach, K. D.* 

PlMIO A88I8TA2IT SUBOaOV L. W. CURTIB, IL D, 



PrqftMsor qf 
W. W. JOBXSOH, A. H. 

OFFICERS NOT ATTACHED TO THE ACADEMIC STAFF, 
LiBTTTKVAMT W, H. Beedkb, in Charge nf Ships. 

AniBTANT SUBOSOH 8. G. EVAMB, U. D. 

Pat Dirbctob J. D. Mubiat, Pay OJUer, 

Pat Dirbctob Cabpab Schbhck, Oommiuary and Oentral Storekeeper. 

Chapladt H. H. Clabk. 

AB8I8TABT PBOFBasoB A. K. Bbowh, LUbrorian, 

J. IL Spbmcbb, Aetietant LUfrorian. 

S. M. Chasb, Seereiary. 



Attached te the Shipt, 

BOATBWAIV J. S. SurCLAIB, 

guhnbb b. bomkkks, 
Garpbiiter G. W. Gorotbb. 



MATBS. ^ 

Attached to the Santee, the Wyoming^ and the Phlox, -^ 

Samubl Grr, B. G. Pbrrt, > 

C. J. MURPHT, W. G. Smitb. tl 



c 



MABINE OPFICBBS. 

Gaptaih H. a. Babtlrtt, Commanding Marinee, 
CAPTAor J. M. T. YouHO, 

PlBOT LlRUTRMANT H. E. WHTTR. 

ACADEMIC BOARD. 
Ths Sufrrirtrhdrmt. 

THR COMMARDAirr OF Caortb. 

Trr Hrad or THR DRPABtMRsrr OF *8RA]iAiraHiP. Naval Gombtrugtion, ahd Naval Tactics. 

Thb Hrad of thr Drpabtkrnt of Obdhaxcr and Gumhrbt. 

Thr Hbad of thb Dbparthxht of Abtbonomt, Navioatior, ahd Subvrting. 

Tbr Hbad of thr Drpabtmbnt of Stbam EHoniRRBiiro. 

Thb Hbad of thx Dbpartmbiit of Mrcbahicb aitd Applird Mathejiaticb. 

Thr Hrad op thr Drpabtkbst of Phtbiob amd Chbuibtbt. 

Thb Hbad op thb Dbpabtxrict of Mathrmaticb. 

Thb Hrad of thr Drpabtmbnt of Bnoubh Studies, Hibtobt, and Law. 

Thr Hrad of thb Drpabtiibnt op Modern Languaobb. 

The Head of the Department op Mechanical Drawing. 

Thb Head of the Dri'aktment of PifVBioLOGY and Htoibnk. 



' AIbo Id charge physio*! trBlnlng of osdeU. 



16 



OFFICERS OF THE UNITED STATES NAVAL ACADEMY. 



CADBT UStrrKRAllT-COMXAjnm, 



F. B. Zaiui. 



CADKT UXUTKNAjrT AMD ADJUTAWT, 



B. B. BsuuiAr. 



CADIT UBUTBIAaiS. 



N. X. Iftwui. 

A. L. WiLLABO, 



B. O. OlLLMOl, 

H. O. Sacim, 



R. M* Watt, 

X. T. Pollock, 



R. J. HAKroao, 
J. O. F. ICOAUk 



CAOR iLurruM, 



C. D. STKABn. 

R. L. Floi 



CAOKT KWOM, 



W. BVAXA, 
B. TtlBALL. 



Slinii, H. B., 
McKklvt. 



McDoXAiA 

BVA»I« 



CAPBT riTTT OVnCMMM OF I^B WUmt CLAM, 



B*f<md Dintion, 
Althoubb, 

BlKBkK, 

Lbiuu. 



Third Diviaiom. 
8bkx, 

XUXHALI, 

Blaioul 



FourtkDi9it(m, 

Hacfablasd, 
IfcLmotB, 

BOUOM. 



CADBT PBITT OWrKWMM OW TUM MOOSD CLAM, 



BSL'BKT. 
UUfM, 

Low. 



HcVajuls, 
Dawaov, 

HUMST* 



Day. 

H Lrr u m Tow, 
Hobutulul 



SUMMER CRUISE, 1890. 



OPFICBB8 AND NAVAL CADETS. 



L-MfTBil tJATBS ritA(TlCS Allir COXmLLATlOlL 



Jumt $ to 
CoHMMXVEM Bur IT Olam Commmt^inf/. 

LlLl Tt^lAJVT-CoMMAJIMlft W. W. UlLU'ATUrK, 

I.iri rr^Avr C». B. II&bhkil instntctar %m XaH- 
Lim rBY4«T W. V. rLu»n^, Hart^minr 

LlBirrVAVT W. <•. INtiAH, N'A/rA (P/Herr. 
LUlttlL»A»T i>ATU> DABlAi*. IToitfA OJkjT. 



IJXI TK!«A.Tr O. G. Do DOB, WoUk Opttf. 
T»%%Uin K. H. BlXKB. Wateh OfLe^, 
BBkiuB U. G. Dexabu Waick Ofimr, 

ftrW^BOS R. 8. H ACBIB. 
AMtnf A%T 8t ItnBOB C. n. T. LoWBDBB. 
r%TMABTKli I. GoiltiWtB IIUBB*. 
CllATLAlB £. K, HAWBOB. 



SUMMER CBUISE, 1890. 



17 



XAYAL CADETS. 



FirttOlau. 




Hartnng, 


Bioharda, 


Hoagh, 


Soblnaon,ft 


Irwin, 


Senn, 


Kochersperger, 


Shepard,/ 


Knensli, 


Smith, H. B., 




Smith, H.G., 


Leigh, 


Smith, L.G., 


Haofarland, 


Steams, C. D., 


McKelvy. 


Sypher, 


McLemore. h 


Theall, 


Moale, 


Watt, 


Kinde. 


Willard, 


Kire, 


Williams. 


PoUock, 


Zahm. 


Ft«ston, 




Bwd,/ 




Third OUut. 




Oiae, 


Powell, 


Oroeabeok, 


Powelson, 


Groff, 


Pratt, 


Hains, 


Price, m 


Holsinger, 


Procter, 


Hooker, 


Bead, 


Jaokwm, 


Byan.J.P.J., 


Jones, L. B., m 


Soott, 


Kellogg, 


Shaw, 


Lang, 


Steams, X. C, 


Logan. 


Sticht, 


Magill, 


Stnrdevani, 


MoKethan, 


Townsend, m 


Montgomery, 


Trench, 


Morris, 


Upham, 


Kntting. 


Valentine, 


Parker, 


Ward, 


Pearson, 


Whitman, 


Perry, 


Wilson, 


Peugnet, 


Wishart. 


Potter, 





Allen, 

Althonse, 

Belknap, 

Bierer, 

Blamer, 

Blonnt, 

Brotberton, 

Caldwell, 

Carter, 

Christy, 

Emricb,/ 
Evazis, 

Flowers, 

Ford, 

GiUmor, 

Gross, 



Asbnry, 

Bagley, 

Baird, 

Berry, 

Hi88et, 

Brady, 

Campbell, 

Carrer, 

Chadwick, 

Clark, 

Coleman, 

Cook, m 

Crockery 

Croaley. 

Cnise, 

Doddridge, 

Douglas, 

Elder, 

FeUd, 

FeweU, 

Fitch, 

Fourth OlOMM, 
Byan, G. W. mn 

XAVAL. CADBTB BITAI5KD AT TBB ACADEMY FOR MACRIIfV SHOP A!f1> OTBKR PRACTICAL CmniUCTION. 

Firtt Clau-^nginur Divition, 

Emricb,/ 
Laws, 

McGrann. 



Beed,/ 
Bobisou, 




Bowen, 
Shepard./ 


Second Olau. 




Blakely, 

Borden, 

Breckinridge, 

Campbell, 

Crank, 


• 


Davis, 

Davison, 

Dawson, 

Day. 

Dennett, 



Allen, C. 

Arison, 

Ball, 

Bannon, 

Beoret, 

/Detached from practice ship Jane 28, on assignment to Engineer Division. 
h Transferred sick to Naval Academy July 26. 
k Granted sick leave by Department July 16. 
m Joined ship on Jane 14. 
n Granted leave Aagnat 9. 

16152 RBG 2 



18 6UMMEH CRUISE, 1880. 

^•Mfi4 dew— CoatiBBtd. 

HaIUmb, Xodney. 

Uttibcr, BaaMll. 

OmdMo. HcConnick, Sawyar, F. L., 

Olbbm If cDonald, tewyer, J. 6.. 

HMbroock. lCcNftm«e, Sb«ehAB, 

HUida, IfcMM, StlrlliiK, 

Hobliurlle. Uymn, BUtt 

HathnKtoB, r>yn^ StopfanL 

HiiM«r, PolUrd, 83*10 Ington, 

Jvwc^ll, PoUook, ThompMB, 

JoMM, B. R, Porter, Tr»at, 

SeUoKK.1.8.. PriagK Wedoklod, 

liow. Ric«, ZUUdmi. 
XAcklia, 

IWrtA CUm 

BaCto, OrMf, Bob6rtt,T.O.. 

Ilrrr>iiijui, DulU Baudot, 

Blftndy. Jonec, L. B., 8ooU, 

Cbftppell. KAvaaAKb. 6ell«ra, 

Cb»«(t«T. L*o«, Sbow, 

CburrbUI, Lyon, 8p«Ar, 

Cooper, McCormiick, TalcotI, 

Df> Laoy, McLabii. TolfrM. 

Kinrry, OnlMirn, * Tarplo. 

PuUiawMer. Pfrktaa, Wbltied, 

0«lm. luagrly. Wlnahip. 
GrBbMB. Robert, W. P., 

SUMHAKT. 

OnboATd TnUwiHutM Pr»ctu^Sbip CvnstelUitiom : ' 

BmiAlnini^ ai the Avsait>my ••••• •• 9 

ToUl : : 



SYNOPSIS OF THE CRUISE, 1890. 



CONSTELLATION. 



r*iS^t«. ftrvt and tbird !■]■■■»■. «>inbark^ Juan •. 

Saiirt* iTvm AnoA(H4i« Jna<t U. 

Paw mI Cm\t^ l!riir> boonU to New I^o<ion. Conn., June 90. 

Am^cwi At New Lumlim. (*onn . lune ?6. 

lD*i>t<rte«l by HwrftAT) i«f iho Na*y. at New London. Joly 4. 

Cruiaeti tn Ixmi UUml Soumt and \ii tnitr utiul Aiiguct li« 

Hai!<^ fnxn St-m lA>n*.U*n for AnttajMilia An|*u*t )^. 

PaMwdCapo Hrory, Niuo«l to Abn^polLa, Ao^uit 23. 

Arrtved at Atta«|M*(i« Ai,;uat .>, 

Ca«trU liiaeoibarknl An^st JO. 



RELATIVE STANDING OF NAVAL CADETS. 



PPhytUaUy diiquaKfied/ar the navtU Htviee. 

* ReciA9ed 85 ptr esnt. 0/ the muUipU* 

iSound defieUnt^ aUotatd a f«&Baininati<m, jxuued, and eonUnued vnih dtut. 

t Found diJMefU. aUowed a reexctminaHan, again deficUnt^ and recommended to ^« dropped, 

$ Foimd de/Unent, and recommended to be dropped* 

IT Retained in next lower elate. 

a Abeent/rom examination. 

b Deficient. 

dDitmiuod. 

e Selected/or Engineer Diviaion. 

rBewigned, 

Class of naval cadets appointed 1885, performing required service afloat. 




State from which appointed. 



Alabama 

Michigan 

Athu'jfe 

Wisconsin 

Misaoori 

Maioe 

KowYork 

Massachnsetta . 

Virginia 

Ohio 

Soutii Carolina. 
New JcTney.... 
Masaai^hnsette . 

New York 

Hiesoari 

MiBaiMlppi — 

Michigan 

Ohio 

Texas 

Maryland 

iUinois 

Indiana :.. 

niinois 

Indiana 

Michigan 

Conneotiont ... 

Vermont 

Wisoonain 

New Jersey — 

California 

Texas 

Wisconsin 

Indiaoa 






"t.-^* 



Date of 
admissioB. 



^\ 



May 21, 
May 20, 

Sept. 28, 
Sept. i, 
Sept 5, 
Sept. 9, 
May 19. 
Sept 7, 
Sept. 8, 
Sept. 9, 
May 21, 
May 22, 
Sflpt. 7, 
May 19, 
Sept. 7, 
Sept. 8. 
Sept. 29. 
Mar. 17, 
Sept 4, 
May 19. 
May 20, 
Sept 5. 
Sept 6. 
Sept 7, 
May 22, 
Sept 8, 
Sept i, 
May 21, 
May 19, 
Sept. 4, 
May 23. 
Sept 7. 
May 21, 

19 



1885 
1885 

1885 
1885 
1835 
1885 
1886 
1885 
1885 
1885 
1885 
1886 
1886 
1885 
1885 
1883 
1885 
1885 
1885 
1885 
1885 
1885 
1885 
1885 
1885 
1885 
1885 
1885 
1885 
1885 
1885 
1885 
1885 



20 



RELATIVE STANDING- 



ClusM appointed in 18(%, performing rt*(Mtr -i 



I 



a 



M 

s 

4 
B 
« 
7 

10 

11 

13 

1^ i 
i« ' 

17 

1" i 

19 

90 

31 

2S 

23 

U 

» 

36 



r: 



ai 



KaiBfl^ 



ftskM, TImmmi KrucU 

ffpMr, Ljiifr»Br» 

Colf«mao, NoaIi TnnnicIilT 

S^^hoflflft. Frmnk HcnnMi 

ChaM^ J<»bu ViUrDtInD 

0«rtJ«]r. Akinfo 

/u*irriu<«i(ir. Ilniry Joseph 

IhiTlii. CMAnd 

Siffiinr. Matt. HowUod 

lUaokciivhIp. John Milllnj^n .. 

Bock. WilliAin Hnvry 

Tarltir. MuoiiCQinrry Heiga 

Kjtuw. ICrnry Snydar 

WUlUDi«,(r«oric<* Wiuihtoj^ton.. 

i'Athn. Albrrtu* Wri|:ht 

Ml Vav. Charir» Biitlrr 

Vvjcrlgf'AAnf:* Charl«i« ThcHMlore. 

Evrrliart, Lay TUnipCoo 

Snov %V illlam A laniMin 

Sallnan. Kranklua IlarhAnan ... 

Buley. rUu<l» 

NrviUr. Wrmlrll (*u*lan|e 

MoATHi, I<,«wrpnr<« Ilftnry 

lNi\ton. Jobn Ilavroa 

lUi^iwtrk. LuPiua AUyn 

Bond. Charlra Otm 

Kadfont, ryma SuKX 

1 rr«<lwrlJ, Tbomaa Coarad 

M»ff<U.Wll!ta« Ade«-r 

I^attaxrr. Juhiia Laav 

Kdift.John Kafoa 




Wmltx M 



•««••« I 



Teniii*aMt<» 

Ohio 

New York..... 

Nfw Turk 

Loniaiana , 

loira 

Ohio 

K<*iiturky ..... 

Xebraaka 

VirginUi 

Mlaabwippl... 

At larjco 

PennaylraDia. 
8oath Can>liiui 
MinoMiota .... 

(^olorado 

California 

Alabnitm 

Majiaarhua^tta 

At larBP. 

Arknn^aa 

Vjrirlnia 

Now York. ..., 

At larito , 

Maaaai hniM'tta 

Iowa 

Krntiirky ..... 
Maa«arbu««tta. 
StHtth Carolina 
\Vr«t Vlr>:inui. 
At larg« 



May 9U, >^ 

M*y Ifc :•- < 
May ri. :-*'. 
May ri. 1^^ 
Si»pt>, I— t 
May a.:»'^ 
May 2l,l-*» 
May 22. :*-* 
May 21, l-"* 
May 30 ;--/ 
May n\:*- 

Mms 21.1*-* 
Mav r\ \-- 

.s»»pt.rK > - 

May 3A :-< 
May 1» :--4 
Sept «i ' •-^. 
May ». I-*' 
S««pt 4 *>^' 
Mav 2.M*- 
8«»pl • I*-' 
8<>pt 12 ie^ 
8«»pi S*, lr« 
.SrpL la l-'«. 
8rpt. T. !»-* 
S«»pL P l*-« 
Ma> 2:. :>- 
May 21 t*- 
H<-i»t. *.:«^ 
s»pt >•. :*•* 

May m. l-'- 






a 



^ I 

I 

a 



(7/a#« appointed in lK*4i, prr/orm^mf rn/«tfrrf 



Nantf. 



Suiai 



I 

Ilo!ni^«. t*r*M«i TiiSU*^ . ... ' ArkAiii 

f*rt(« CUait* Hrmatd ! Mi««l««lppl 

l^ifflukM* IKM-Uir KttCrft* I du 



II*t«.M 

ailn.i»«Mia 



May ;1. i*/* 



CLASS APPOINTED IX 1886. 



21 



•im'ice afiottU — JAne dimHonj 31 membern. 



A seat date 

of 
admiasion. 



I 



a J g 



16 

15 

16 • 

17' 

17 

16 

17 

16 ' 

15 ' 
17 

17 ' 
16' 

16.; 

17 I 

17 

17 

17 

16 

16 

14 

16 

16 

16 

17 

16 t 
15 
17 
16 
16 
17 
15 



6 

6 

2 

4 

S 

7 

1 

6 

5 

9 

7 

7 

3 

1 

5 

7 

7 

5 

7 

10 

10 

11 

2 

11 





11 

U 

10 

11 

7 



Order of merit. 



• ^ 



2 

1 

4 

3 

7 

5 

13 

14 

25 

10 

17 

6 

8 

10 
14 
22 
21 
10 
23 
12 
20 
17 
27 
16 

28 
26 
30 
19 
34 
30 



a 
faft 

^ a 

a " 



I 



1 
4 

8 
7 
3 
6 
9 
17 
14 
16 
15 
10 
27 
5 
12 
28 
19 
21 
12 
25 
11 
23 
18 
20 
25 
21 
30 
29 
23 
31 




2 

1 

3 

5 

9 

7 

4 

13 

8 

11 

21 

25 

9 

12 

6 

16 

24 

14 

23 

15 

17 

17 

20 

10 

28 

25 

30 

28 

25 

21 

31 



2 

1 

3 

7 

5 

6 
25 
14 

4 

9 
17 
22 
20 
18 
16 , 
31 
28 
13 
23 
10 
16 
20 

8 
11 
11 
20 
27 
24 
29 
18 
26 



a 

O 



8^ 






2 

1 

5 

3 

4 

8 

5 

9 

10 

7 

11 

21 

11 

29 

19 

26 

18 

80 

14 

13 

19 

16 

27 

15 

24 

22 

17 

23 

28 

25 

31 



a 

« 



2 
1 
4 

6 
14 
23 
20 

6 
17 
12 

3 

9 
10 
26 

8 
18 

5 
31 
13 
10 
26 
16 
S3 
22 
21 
14 
28 
19 
25 
29 
30 



-a 

a 
o 

as 

s 



3 

5 

9 
22 
17 
17 

4 

8 
28 
10 
15 
13 
16 
13 
12 

7 
10 
30 


19 
27 
21 

2! 
10 
26 
26 
28 
S3 

1 

24 
31 



a 



11 

7 

26 

. 4 

21 

9 

8 
23 
17 
10 

4 
20 

1 
27 
21 

2 

3 
16 

6 
80 
18 
13 
31 
24 
27 
10 
14 
22 
S9 
11 
19 



5 

« 
a 



a 

a 



20 
13 
72 

7 

39 
17 
20 
62 
51 
20 

6 
49 


70 
77 

3 

7 
22 

6 
142 
45 
22 
126 
67 
66 
25 
21 
47 
82 
19 
45 



Sea service in 

practice 

ships. 



a 
o 

"A 



6 
6 
6 
6 



3 

6 

4 
4 
4 



n 
\0y 



29 
29 
29 
29 
12 
29 
12 
29 
29 
29 
39 
29 



a 



a 

o 
u 



1 

3 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 



29 j 13 
12 ; 14 
29 i 15 
29 , 16 
12 ' 17 



29 


18 


12 


19 


29 


20 


12 


21 


12 


22 


12 


28 



12 I 34 

12 ! 25 
4 j 26 
39 ( 27 
29 ' 28 
12 29 



12 
14 



30 
81 



»&ni:\Qe afioaU — Ef^^1ietr 4ti7t«io)i, 3 mvmhrrn. 



Age at date 






















Seaserrioe 




of 
ailmiasion. 






• 




Order of merit 








• 

a 


in practice 
ships. 


• 

« 

a 
























M 


■ 








6 




«t 






'^A 




•« 


TS 




« 






^^ 


a 

t 

17 


1 


Naval oonstrn 
tion. 


8 

a 

s 

9 

1 


a 

11 

1 

1 


• 

1 

1 


■ 

2 

o 

1 


Least squares as 
strength of m 
teriali. 


1 


a 

U 

o 

2 


a 
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04 


a 

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s 

p 

1 


a 

o 

1 




• 

a 



O 

4 


• 
& 


o 

u 

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O 


4 


1 


1 


2 


1 


1 


1 


2 


38 


12 


} 


17 


7 


2 


2 


2 


3 


2 


3 


2 


1 


1 


2 


43 


6 


29 


t 

^ 


16 7 


3 


3 


3 


1 


3 


2 


3 


3 


3 


3 


50 


6 


^ 


• 
1 



22 



RELATIVE STANDING — 



IlflaHrf atandinff of the Firnt Clau (.V> n/«ifvT« 



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State. 



Dmtenf 



A'Nit. I*^«il VAuiiiiKtt ! TfDDrA«r« Srpt. «, 

NMlhiiM. A<UI!i>rt Illinois May 22. 

H#>:kM*fr^ft»«PiwUl fiovAA j ArkaauM Sr^t. S. 

f4«mi»tt : KaoiiM Scpt.ai, 

. lowft M*j It. 

, iDiliAiia Sopl. C 

•■ik^il i «' «>ii, ^VMlum n«Bi4»l ' Wi«ron^tn i^px. C, 

i:r.'f*w.-lj. tiarrritHHll^ Illinois SrpL 7, 

^JTmimIb PcuiuylviiQia Maf. 24. 

Ohio Mftv M. 

KR.u^4iteali»4tatr j IllinoU M»y 1». 

iiw»». '.VmLlo I KaniWM S»-pL T. 

] North (Carolina S«pi. 7. 

Iowa SrpL 7 

Wij«c<inftin SrpL ft. 

llllooia Ma> 181, 

' Iowa S<«pt. ft. 

I MaMarhuiN«tU 84«pi. ft. 





in?- 

I—" 
ii^-- 

1--T 









iMiHh n«rT7 lUloa 



Ohio I SrpL SI 

PonnnyUania If a j 20, 

WliM^oDHtn S^pL ft 

Ohio JniM» X 

Iowa Mav 31 

I MlMiMippt 8rpt. i 

Vtnonla ^\A. y 

jXpwYork Si-iK. t. 

Trun^Mrr Mar 30. 

IVtiniylvanui llaj SD 

T(^rt4HMre Mays. 

ralifiTiila Srpt ft 

<»«>«ir,;ia 5^*pt, 57 

Indlaua Mar 9ft 

Einpin* o( Jafiaii Maj :i. 

oiijo M^r 10 

VlariiUiKl SrfiL ft 

Tona «• • Sept. \ 

Ohio S#pr I* 

AUbduna ,« .. Mav ?L 

MirhifBO... Mai SP 

lVnn«%lTAiiia « •... Srpt 7*. 

I^min ('aroltna Mai IX 

Wi*r«»o»4B "^pl ?*. 

Ohio ' Mftf 10. 



!•**" 

la-* 

INS- 
IMT 

i««: 

l«-T 



FIS8T CLASS. 



23 



nt the ammHoi exammation, Junt, IdlK). 



Age St date 

ofadmia- 

sknL 









Mechanics and applied ' §* 

mathematics. [ o [ 


nerit. 








i 

B 

• 

^« 
o 
u 

6 
d 
}*5 


Sea service in 
practice ships. 




Years. 


1 

o 
1A 


Astronomy, navigation, ttod 
sarveying. 


Steam machinery, marine 
j engines, and boilers. 


Practical work in steam en- 
gineering. 


1 

1 

PL, 


a 


a 

1 

"a 

s 


• 

* 

1 
1 

c 
a 

o. 
"3 


• 




• 
• 

a 
3 

1 


: 17 


3 


40 


42 


45 


34 


39 


31 


i» 


45 


73 


5 


12 


40 


18 





14 


31 


18 


47 


20 


36 1 


17 


21 


28 


7 


27 


t 


. 1« 


S 


15 


6 


8 


12 


8 


3 


8 


14 


21 


5 


12 


7 


I 17 





18 


20 


14 


18 


26 


33 


19 


9 


14 


3 


24 • 


IB 


; 16 


4 


7 


3 


41 


^ 3 


3 


22 


27 


16 


17 


7 


27 


•4 


17 





30 


35 


34 


<< 


^ 


32 


45 


. *7 


73 


5 


12 


1 


. 15 


u 


20 


21 


15 


34 


33 


3d 


36 


. 34 


45 


5 


12 


30 


14 


7 


, ** 


19 


42 


24 


a 


14 


37 


S7 


50 


5 


12 


24 


18 





' 30 


32 


23 


33 


41 


39 


43 


43 


75 


7 


27 


36 


IG 


8 


9 


8 


17 


9 


11 


1 25 


12 


, 3* 


42 


7 


27 


8 


IG 


8 


24 


18 


34 


31 


19 


17 


21 


i *» 


69 


6 


11 


22 


■ 17 


10 


1 11 


10 


27 


15 


13 


29 


28 


i 35 


49 


5 


12 


10 


( 19 


10 


1 s 


19 


11 


20 


29 


23 


90 


23 

1 


32 


5 


S 


20 


15 


7 


• 32 


43 


19 


46 


40 


90 


32 


1 8 


12 


5 


12 


♦ 


17 


8 


5 


2 


5 


1 


2 


7 


15 


1 15 


28 


5 


12 


*2 


10 


3 


25 


45 


37 


29 


42 


. 47 


61 


38 


44 




13 


t 


17 





27 


14 


10 


16 


17 


. » 


19 


10 


9 


5 


12 


17 


1« 


8 


34 


29 


29 


34 


29 


1 


11 


20 


84 


5 


12 


28 


18 





10 


9 


3 


5 


16 


40 


18 


. 22 


41 


4 


28 


10 


10 


3 


33 


28 


1 


40 


36 


SO 


5 


! 30 


37 


7 


34 


f 


16 


4 





U 


8 


11 


14 


15 


10 


27 


82 


5 


12 1 


12 


10 


7 


39 


24 


47 


21 


22 


41 


38 


32 


38 


7 


27 


25 


17 


8 


42 


38 


4« 


27 


38 


45 


43 


48 


79 


5 

1 


5 


38 


17 


1 


25 


40 


11 


20 


34 


34 


28 


17 


13 


3 


24 


33 


17 


1 


49 


48 


37 


49 


47 


49 


47 


36 


42 


1 


6 


S^ 


u 


» 


48 


39 


49 


34 


23 


27 


40 


51 


03 


! 4 


28 


39 


17 


7 


37 


25 


80 


31 


32 


19 


24 


31 


1 41 

1 




20 


27 


17 


U 


20 


47 


33 


34 


4S 


34 


39 





1 17 


1 


27 


37 


18 





30 


34 


34 


34 


43 


2 


39 


42 


1 ^ 


1 * 


3 


33 


10 


8 


SO 


33 


15 


34 


36 


13 


3 


5 


10 


1 

5 


7 


20 


10 


8 


a 


a 


51 


a 


o 


a 


a 


a 


; 38 


2 


20 


, ^ 


10 


10 


13 


17 


23 


13 


15 


10 


2 


33 


i 51 


7 


27 


1 14 


17 


8 


a 


a 


22 


a 


a 


a 


31 


19 


30 


7 


27 


b 


10 


7 


7 


12 


31 


10 


12 


16 


34 


13 

1 


15 


4 


' 28 


11 


10 


4 


; 37 


46 


40 


34 


. ♦« 


20 


22 


' 18 


23 


1 * 


9 


♦ 


17 


10 


35 


21 


2 


30 


25 


20 


4 


7 


11 


' 3 


10 


21 


15 


7 


41 


43 


47 


25 


31 


46 


15 


40 


87 


1 

3 


24 


35 


10 





«46 


«47 


31 


«47 


50 


48 


46 


30 


• 48 

1 


6 


' 12 


§ 


10 





3 


10 


27 


7 


7 


4 


28 


12 


' 20 


5 

1 

■ 


5 





10 


8 


28 


7 


13 


8 


9 


43 


1 


44 

1 


70 


2 


20 


13 


1 « 


5 


18 


30 


50 


17 


26 


41 


50 


29 


37 


7 


27 


38 


1 ^ 


9 


23 


27 


52 


18 


28 


18 


42 


50 


118 


1 


22 


29 


17 


5 


i 45 


40 


7 


42 

* 


35 


50 


7 


28 


32 


7 


27 


3^ 



24 



RELATIVE RTANDtNO — 



I 



iitlatire ninniling of tht Fir$t CUm (52 



s 

1 

3 

s 



u 
••1 



Hi 



I 

•I 



Itoltli. Hrary Oerrltk 

flttltli, Lacl«D OrattUHMM* 

SiMtBA, CUrk DabIqI 

8ypb«r«JA7 Bate 

TbMU,RlUbA 

WaU« Mcteri MoruM . . . . 

WUUrd.AfthwLM 

WnilaiDa, Dtoo 



State. 






Ohio - SepU 5. 



IlUnolii. 



JmM 3. 



Mlchiicmo I^pt. S. 

AiixoiiA } 8«ipi. ft, 

New York |lUy ». 

Peniuy IruiU ttept. SS. 

MiMouri Sept. 7, 

Ohio jjalyll 

PenntylTania Hrpc ft. 



l»r7 

IK?-; 

1IH7 . 



Ill* 



^ I 



b DeAcivnts oontlnued with oIam. 



FIR6T CLASS. 



26 



at the annual examination^ «fi»R€, 1890 — Continaed. 



A fro at date 

of admta- 

sion. 








Order of merit. 








Deaservioein 
practice ahips. 










s 


» 

6 


1 




















navigation, a 
veying. 


a| 

11 


ork in steam < 
eering. 


and appU 
lematicc. 




8 

1 

It 


1 




B 






1 

a 
S 




i 


• 


S * 

1 


§3 

OQ 


"•a 


.a 

1 


i 


9 


1 

J3 

13 


• 

I. 

s 

P 


o 

1 
i 


• 

1 


• 
12 


9 

O 


TJ 


5 


2 


4 


28 


2 


4 


5 


1 


7 


8 


•3 


17 


6 


16 


23 


19 


22 


17 


11 


25 


11 


16 


7 


27 


18 


17 


8 


12 


16 


4 


18 


9 


8 


14 


3 


9 


5 


12 


9 


16 


6 


45 


2d 


23 


27 


26 


24 


84 


46 


70 


5 


12 


31 


1 u 


6 


43 


48 


44 


42 


48 


44 


32 


40 


64 


7 


27 


t 


15 


3 


4 


6 


87 


6 


5 


11 


9 


1 


3 


5 


12 


*5 


' 17 


7 


10 


18 


19 


23 


6 


8 


39 


26 


20 


3 


24 


16 


17 


5 


47 


37 


42 


48 


40 


27 


23 


25 


34 


6 


2 


• f 


16 


3 


1 


] 


6 


4 


1 


6 


8 


4 


14 


5 


12 *1 



f 

I 

3 

a 

J 

^ 

.1 
•I 
•I 
•I 



26 



RELATIVE STANDING — 



Rdaiive Mtandittg of the Becond cla9$ (54 



» 




t 



25 

a 

•I 

•4 

M 

I 

R 

M 

19 

9 

•• 

7 

45 

13 

•3 

S3 

99 
33 
U 
13 
11 
10 

• 

41 
» 
49 
44 
31 
t 

•3 
♦5 

r 

» 

r43 
50 

K 

31 
t 
I 
I 



AUauCharlM .*. 

AriMNi, Sdgsr EinBM4t 

Ball, Walter 

BMiBon, Philip Michael 

BMUVt, J«fcB OoMsl 

BUktly, Joka BkimU Xwn^. . . 

Borden. Thoouui Hbeppard 

Hrw kinrldire, Joseph CaImJI . . . . 

('•tnplM^It, JoMph Baadplph 

Cnmk, Robert Ky>0 

Davhic AQ«tla RookwfOl 

Darlaoo, O rpforj Cald w«U 

D«WMi« WUHmi flMrWi 

l>mj.G«or|[v CalrlD 

Dniiien,SUAley PoUmi , 

Ermna, Holdeo A , 

Pvnr«N«« HiMifr LMioIr 

(yaroblf, Ajuxw Lirht4>nber](er .. 

<iibb«. Wa«thlogU>n Doraej 

Hs»brotirk, BaynitiiMl Dw L*iicj 

HtDe«. John Fore 

HobllU4^Il, WiUtAn Edwani .... 
Hultatagtaii. Hovani Willuuna .. 

HusMij.CharlMi Liacoln 

J*wrU. rbarlM TbMMlore 

JnOM,IWriah Elwood 

Kellocg. Kiiwartl Stanley 

Low, Theodore Urnry 

M arklin. CbmrlM Fearaa 

M alliMiQ. Ge(»rrt* 

yather. 4»r<jrjre Herbert 

llrC4frTnlrk, Ben|aailn Bernard , 

IrDanaM.iaaepliCiakWl 

■r^amee, Lake , 

Mc.«ra. Hlaofnnl Klwood 

I*a«na. FrM Ro«b«tU1'» «. 

l*ctKar4.0tiarU«TM^Jr 

l*oUack. Rmmeft Kiddle 

I'urlfr. John Slag Ir too 

PriAjle. Joel BobrrU PMnaflf., 

Kire. Anhor 

lUidnrj, Warrm 

ItoMrlJ. Jtkha llf^n. tr 

HavTer. Frf^lrnrk I>ewu 

ha«T't,Joauh Qn^g, 



Ohio 

PenBaylrania , 
New York.... 
Maryland..... 

Ohio 

Pennaylvania, 

Louiaiana 

Kentucky...., 
Wj-omlng..... 



K K U A T r M. 



Qeonria 

MiMoari 

Miaaonri 

Vermont 

Maine 

Florida 

North Carolina •. 

Indiana 

MiaaiMippl 

Idaho Territory 

Kentnrky 

Mis4oari 

Ponnsylranla 

New Hanipahlre 

At iarjce 

Pannaylranta 

New York 

Connectlcat 

Now York 

North CaroUaa 

New J emey 

New York 

llUnuia 

Kanaaa 

CJnorcta 

Nrw York 

Triaa 

Illloula 

Trno f >ee , 

imo4iU 

lodtaaa « 

Teiaa 

At larye 

lUmctia ,« 

juisoia •••••• ••«*..•••. 



Mar. IS. 

May It, 
8ep( 9. 

May 51, 
S*pi. 7. 
Sept. 29. 

SopL &. 
HepLS9, 
8epL 9. 
May 21. 
Maya. 
Sept. IL 
May 19. 
May 19. 
SepL X. 
May 21. 
SepL &. 
May 111 
Sopl.*{k 
May 21. 
S^'Irt. 1. 
May 10. 
May 21. 
May 19 
May 19. 
SepI 5, 
Mav lA. 
Sept 25, 
Ma, 31. 
May 22. 
May Iff. 
8«»pt. 7. 

8n>t 9. 
Sept 91 
May n. 

Sepvaa. 

May 19, 
Sept.2X 
«opt. ^ 
S-pt. 7. 
Sept ^ 
May \K 
Sept 4L 
Maf 19 



In 









9-« 
l«ei» 

9m« 

^^ 

l^» 
ei*» 
•*^ 



-t.»>a 



apji 

■V.M 



VA^f-'ifi. HubiitcfU. p»»ouia r.M'i iioiiiit/^Uf. 



• 



SECOND CLASS. 



27 



at the ofumaZ exanUnaiion, June, 1890. 



Age at date of ad- 
mission. 


Order of merit. 


Number of demerits. 

1 


Sea service in 
practice obipA. 




tH 


1 
1 


Trigonometry, analytical 
geometry, and deaorip- 
live geometry. 


1 
% 

3 

1 

a 

« 


js a 


French, Spanish, and Ger- 
^ man. 


Meobanloal drawing. 

a 


« 

t 

'i 

Q 




OB 

17 


Order of annual merit. 


17 


11 


40 


40 


37 


34 


1 

72 




i 


15 


2 


36 

1 


34 


42 


9 


41 


36 


82 


A 


17 


33 


16 


1 


17 


15 


38 


35 


30 


47 


148 


1 


27 


25 


16 


2 


4» 


44 


39 


53 


30 


28 


64 


* 


17 


44 


17 


7 


1 


1 


2 


3 


1 


24 


49 


n 


27 


•I 


16 


2 


3 


4 


30 


8 


3 


46 


138 


1 


27 


*4 


16 


6 


30 


29 


13 


14 


» 


32 


71 




27 


24 


16 


6 


43 


58 


27 


32 


63 


30 


83 




27 


t 


16 


6 


12 


2 


12 


16 


5 


23 


53 




27 


8 


16 


8 


44 


30 


19 


12 


32 


49 


179 




27 


34 


16 


9 


26 


16 


40 


80 


12 


60 


158 




17 


29 


17 





6 


8 


8 


32 


15 


16 


28 




17 


9 


17 


5 


9 


12 


1 


I 


28 


27 


51 




27 


6 


16 


6 


8 


5 


6 


28 


13 


14 


32 




17 


7 


15 


11 


46 


46 


62 


44 


45 


8 


33 




17 


45 


16 


9 


13 


21 


5 


18 


39 


19 


9 




27 


12 


15 


2 


4 


7 


4 


2 


16 


25 


51 




17 


*3 


15 


10 


31 


30 


28 


27 


40 


43 


90 




37 


82 


16 


3 


33 


35 


51 


40 


54 


52 


208 




17 


46 


17 


2 


29 


28 


49 


46 


18 


51 


195 




27 


39 


17 


7 


33 


23 


32 


48 


11 


1 


U 




17 


23 


17 


1 


15 


35 


36 


38 


2 


10 


29 




27 


18 


15 


9 


13 


20 


16 


36 


7 


4 


25 




17 


13 


17 


3 


10 


14 


10 


20 


25 


4 


19 




17 


" 


15 


2 


5 


U 


7 


25 


19 


40 


91 




12 


10 


17 


4 


52 


62 


47 


52 


38 


37 


79 




27 


♦ 


17 


U 


38 


40 


50 


54 


21 


12 


25 




19 


41 


17 


8 


28 


18 


8 


26 


22 


42 


90 




17 


22 


17 


6 


22 


41 


54 


43 


49 


44 


97 




27 


42 


17 


4 


36 


17 


48 


45 


49 


35 


75 




17 


40 


15 


1 


24 


27 


34 


47 


41 


29 


62 




17 


31 


15 


3 


52 


50 


14 


13 


13 


13 


34 




17 


t 


16 


6 


2 


6 


14 


19 


9 


2 


16 




27 


•2 


17 


5 


7 


10 


3 


9 


10 


21 


42 




27 


*5 


16 





45 


38 


24 


17 


19 


15 


33 




27. 


27 


16 


9 


16 


18 


26 


29 


33 


54 


250 




17 


28 


16 





46 


33 


42 


22 


52 


38 


70 




27 


r43 


15 


5 


21 


37 


23 


5 


87 


26 


51 




17 


20 


15 


8 


11 


9 


22 


86 


25 


47 


149 




27 


17 


15 


7 


41 


43 


35 


7 


47 


29 


76 




27 


30 


17 


3 


33 


42 


18 


22 


4 


10 


25 




27 


21 


17 


1 


54 


50 


46 


49 


51 


33 


72 




27 


f 


15 


6 


31 


47 


40 


51 


36 


20 


35 


. 


20 


» 


17 


4 


30 


3 


10 


21 


22 


9 


28 


* 


27 


m 


16 


11 


48 


48 


53 


50 


25 


7 


21 




17 





28 



RELATIVE STANDING 



BtlaHve stamding of ike Moontf oIom (54 



a 



9 



Name. 



19 I 8b«»luui. JttitM 

as ftllrlinf. TatM, Jr 

90 8titt,ThoiuM LuU 

97 BUipfonl, Fr«d«riok WUlUun 

to SjiuingtuD. Powers 

It Thoniptoii, L«on R^j'incmr 

14 TnMit, FrMlitriok Auini»ta« 

r: I Mrrclekln4,G«^rffe 

is I ZUInuui, Clirl«tuu> CLafIm Urrroiui 



8UU. 



DM* of 



Hay 3t IMI^ 
Umj 19. 1M9> 



New York 

HaMuiohaaeUa 

IndiAiiA 

MAMftohotetti 

WMtVlrKlai* ! 8ept. 7,1*** 

Ohio jlUy 21. IN* 

Conaecticui ! May 19. ir«» 

Xew York [Bt'Pt Mv** 

MlMoari :8f>pt97. IMo» 



SECOND CLASS. 



29 



a{ ike tmrnuU examnatUm, June, 1890.— Continued. 



Age at date of ad- 




Order of merit. 








Sea service in 
practice ships. 




* 




III 

H 


i 


•5 


S 










• 

••a 


tH 


i 

i 

a 


Chemistry and phyd 

• 


"2 

II 


French, Spaniah, and 
man. 


1 

7 


Diacipline. 


1 

! 

o 

u 

S 

a 


• 

oe 

■*» 
a 
o 

a 

4 


• 

1 


Order of annual meri 


15 


8 


19 


38 


32 


15 


31 


65 


17 


19 


16 


4 


19 


22 


45 


40 


46 


45 


124 





88 


85 


15 


1 


37 


82 


21 


80 


85 


6 


10 




27 


26 


15 


7 


25 


24 


31 


24 


44 


53 


250 




17 


37 


15 


11 


41 


25 


20 


6 


48 


41 


90 




27 


80 


14 





17 


25 


28 


9 


33 


t 


18 




17 


16 


16 


U 


26 


13 


24 


4 


16 


17 


37 




17 


14 


16 


6 


51 


53 


42 


38 


24 


18 


44 




27 


rt 


17 ' 8 

1 


49 


44 


17 


34 


48 


22 


35 


1 ] 


27 


38 



30 



BELATIVE OTANDINQ 



Belaiire Btandin^ of the Third (7aM (73 



r«> 




M I 
90 



23 
•S 
P 



33 > 

17 

del > 

r 

31 

». 
•3 ' 

13 

55 

15 

1» 

43 

•• 

3) 

U 

» 

1 
c • 

t I 
11 
12 
43 
•4 

• 

14 
10 
It 
57 
•3 
&S 
M 



AjVory, Lmtla George, Jr . . . 

B««t«*y, Worth 

Balrd, ]>wl« OonwAy 

BennrU, Enwwt Uowood ... 

Bmt). DttVMl Mark 

BIsMikCa^VM I«M 

Bnuiy . John Richard 

ranipbrU. EdwATd Hale 

r«rT«r. Marria 

Cbadwick, rraak Laird 

Claik, Fnak lodiTMjr ... 

Cobb. John AddlMNi. jt 

Ctfloman, JaniM Sunuel. .... 

Cook. AlWn Merriam 

Crockar. John Arehdell . . . . , 
CrtMlf^y. Waitar 8«lw>n ... 
(*niaiv AodiTW Juckton, Jr. 

l>aiier, Barry Lojeao 

I>oddntlc(\ John Srboa . . . .. 
Douclast Hu hard Sp«Dcer ., 

i:i4«»r, Edward Avftry 

Kr.ld. Ilabbard Moy laa . . . 
Fr wrU, Chrialoi»b«r Catron 

FlUh. CUnde KamM 

(lias, WUliam Kern , 

(;roMb««k. Wniiam (Gerard 

Mroff, JoM>»k (oblpata 

H4l&«, I Vter CouDor, Jr . . . . 
lIoLitDcrr. <»cnUd Ijoog.... 



Btau. 



lIiK>k(»r. Jamm riifuni | 

I 



Jackaon, <>rtnn r»rl4*r 

JamrA, Ix-laod Frirrson 

Jnlin«oo II mil Ion Kiaaingrr. 

Jobra, l^wis Ilrnaon 

Krllo^X 1 hntna* Steele 

I.Ar.<. ChArU« Junaii 

I>>£«n, WlUtAin Vanra 

laallU UaU Juha 

Ujtii'iii, Wait'f Jam«*« 

UtKriban Alfrvd Autftiatua 
Uuut«;uui»r>. WiUUtu SUrk . 

Uorrt*. John Haxnavv 

Nuttinfi. DanUl t'Laitia. Jr... 

0!mal»«al Ptrry Xapirr 

r«rk#r, ThoMia* Itraftaa ... 

r«Ar«nD. Il'nf) A lira 

Farr7.JoMi>liAlbari 



Loalalana ..•.•., 

Xorth Carolina 

Indiana 

MaaoachnwptU 

California 

Kentucky 

PannaylTania 

Indiana 

Ifinneaota 

Hlnnoiot* 

Bhodelaland 

G«orgla 

Alaliama 

Kaiwaa 

Penns.vlranla 

ConnecUcat 

Paounylvania 

Taxaa 

WMtTlrglnU 

Ooorgia 

Maaaacboaatta 

Virginia 

Trxaa 

llllnola 

Illmola 

Ohio 

Ifarylaod , 

DUtriot of (Colombia. . 

Kaonaa 

TeDn««a««a 

Pennajlranla , 

South Canil laa 

t)hio , 

Xfw York 

At lariet* , 

PeaDBylTAola , 

ladlana , 

IVnn«\lvafiia 

Lomtlaua 

North Carolina 

Kentucky 

MtaMmrl , 

K*o«aa 

Onrc<ia • 

South <'arohna 

rub 

lUinol* 



Data of ad 



Sept. 7.1 


lfr»« 


8apt 5.: 


ifs^V 


Sept. «.i 


lP«» 


6apt.94, 1 


[»««• 


Sept Cl 


L«** 


Oet. 2.1 


1U> 


Sapk <L] 


L»^;« 


»«pt d.3 


[N^ 


8aiM.37. 1 


tAO 


May 18^] 


Ip-* 


Sapt. S.1 


*-l 


May J- 1 


ilw-» 


SapL ft.: 


>»«*J 


MaySS.: 


W. 


Maya.1 


fcwy 


S«pt 9 1 


Kr« 


^.T IM 


IM» 


«apc 7.1 


»'« 


S^t. 7.1 


[H^ 


Jona 1 1 


fc"'^ 


May SI, 3 


[»^'t 


Hny 30 1 


• •■» 


Oct. 3.) 


\ii>* 


Sept. 7.: 


a^-a 


Jaa«» 14. i 


i«»» 


S<>pt. S ] 


t*-:i 


Oct. a,] 


l«>9 


Urns IKl 


itk"* 


Oct. 3.1 


.ftir« 


8«pt. 7. ] 


lil-<» 


May ih ] 


l^O 


SapL •.! 


\^^^» 


Jnnaia. 


:r»^> 


May 31. 


l^s* 


Oct. 1». 


!«-» 


Sirpt. 4, 


l»v« 


Jaar34. 


IMI.* 


XOT. tt. 


!•«« 


May 31, 


l^-^ 


8«pt ft 


l-#« 


Hc'pl. 3 


|»w> 


Sapt. 7 1 


Ift''* 


May 31. ] 


I— » 


May 51.' 


l'^> 


t>rl 1, 


\*^i 


«W|»t 4 


:^i 


Sept. 4. 


iM> 



EKK ATT M. 

|*i.»r.'?o K*<wi>!l, fili'Mitl r»M'l F»**%»'l, 



THIRD CLASS. 



31 



ai ike annual examiiukHon, JmnCj 1890. 



















Age at date of ad- 
mission. 




Order of merit. 


• 


i 


Sea'Service in prao- 
tioe-ships. 


i 












? 




a 

1 

9 

9 


Tears. 


i 
1 


: English and his- 
tory. 


Algebra and ge- 
ometry. 

8 


!i 

is 



20 


« 

t 

1 
P 


§ 

o 

1 

a 

58 


• 
SB 

§ 


1 


10 


10 


52 


2! 22 


58 


15 


5 


46 


49 


35 


51 


50 


2 22 


46 


18 


2 


60 


44 


58 


63 


122 


2 i 12 


66 


17 


10 


a 


a 


a 


a 


1 


' 


ir 


17 } 7 


40 


33 


41 


2 





2 


82 


36 


18! 1 


1 


1 


6 


25 


30 


2 


82 


*1 


16 ' 11 


30 


28 


30 


64 


127 


2 


82 


80 


16 11 


46 


8 


36 


28 


30 


2 


83 


23 


18 ' 5 


41 


40 


66 


36 


20 


2 


8? 


56 


17 


2 


19 


20 


84 


34 


67 


4; 19 


22 


17 





18 


6 


17 


6 


16 


2 1 22 


•8 


16 


8 


a 


a 


a 


• 


73 


1 27 


P 


. 16 


3 


61 


24 


23 


28 


88 


2 1 28 


32 


18 ! 8 


16 


18 


30 


40 


48 


4 14 


84 


17 


3 


27 


31 


43 


24 


83 


4 


19 


8:) 


17 


10 


38 


9 


30 


3 


15 


2 


22 


17 


16 


4 


62 


« 


67 


66 


102 


4 


19 


61 


18 


4 


a 


a 


a 


a 


129 








IT 


17 


1 


8 


13 


48 


31 


34 


2 


22 


21 


17 


10 


25 


38 


29 


65 


78 


4 


19 


35 


16 9 

1 


4 


6 


8 


44 


85 


4 


19 


•3 


18 ! 


6 


12 


19 


56 


74 


4 


19 


f 13 


15 


11 


50 


43 


63 


43 


48 


2 


28 


66 


17 1 


80 


15 


16 


28 


26 


2 


22 


15 


18 





5 


31 


24 


20 


29 


4 


19 


19 


15 





60 


54 


15 


61 


114 


2 


82 


42 


10 


* 


21 


10 


7 


12 


16 


2 


22 


•0 


17 


4 


30 


42 


24 


41 


30 


4 


19 


31 


10 


3 


30 


37 


56 


86 


35 


2 


22 


44 


18 I 1 


25 


46 


10 


5 


16 


2 


22 


25 


15 


10 


26 


40 


50 


59 


4 


10 


28 


17 


a 


a 


a 


a 


30 








IT 


10 6 


a 


a 


a 


a 


86 








Tl 


16 


6 


64 


66 


51 


42 


42 


4 


14 


t 


18 


2 


10 


19 


12 


36 


50 


2 


22 


11 


10 


10 


12 


15 


14 


45 


46 


2 


22 


12 


17 


5 


iO 


36 


38 


45 


38 


4 


10 


43 


18 





15 


7 


2 


21 


85 


2 


22 


•4 


16 


5 


53 


62 


26 


60 


120 


1 


27 


§ 


17 


10 


51 


33 


W 


21 


22 


2 


22 


50 


16 


I 


23 


3 


45 


18 


18 


8 22 


14 


10 


i 


53 


22 


*\ 


.<i2 


40 


2 22 


30 


10 








21 


27 


8 


16 


4! 10 


13 


17 


10 


28 


23 


32 


21 


13 


1 


27 


27 


18 


2 


1 


10 


3 


>13 


20 


2 


22 


•2 


10 


8 


42 


64 


60 


4 


13 


2 i 22 




15 


10 


63 


88 


60 


6 


8 


2 


22 





32 



RELATIVE SiTAJiDINQ 



B^aiivt $iauding ^f tiU Third 



1 

4 



r 



•e 

37 
10 
•7 ' 
M 
f 
41 
r 
34 
rh 
1« 
4» 
r3T 
61 
46 
46 

40 
S« 

SO 

•» 

26 
40 
SO 
00 



N 



suu. 



D»t4»<if •«! 



Ftvcwt, MMritf* BriUioM . . 

Potter. JaniM Iloyd 

Powell. WUllAin Gla«j;oH . . . . 
P«w»lMa, WUIHil Tu X^it.. 

r r*tt. Alfrod AUra 

Price, Ilfinry Bertruid 

Procter. Andre Morton 

JUatlolph. Wtllljiin IlniVQe . . 

lUaa Prsnk I>e WUt 

Ryan, tSeoiKe Wliltehooae . . . 

Itran. John Paul JcMeph 

Scott, Guy TrrreU 

Shaw. Graham 

Steam*. Kd ward Cbecver . . . . 

Stirht, John Low 

Siurdrvant, K^chard 

Tnwnafnd. Arthttr <^ttrhlu« 

Tranch. Martin Edward 

rpham, Frank Rrnoki . ... 
Vairnttne, Wiliiam Manlt*jr . 

Wnr4, Henrj laker 

Wrila. CUeiiter 

WhiUuai.. W Alter RliMimneld 

WU*<m. Tbnmaa Stirldon 

WiahArt. William (Mlfton ... 



1 



Mltaonrl 8c^ 7. 

NewJaraey Sept. fl^ 

New Jeraey May lA. 

KewTork i H^pt- ^ 

ilUnola I Sept 7. 

Iowa , May ». 

KentDcky Sept. 1. 

XewYork May Jt». 

Ohio 8«pt. 1. 

MaaaarhuaetU Srpt 0. 

New York May 22. 

Xcbraaka Sept. 7. 

Pennayh'ania 8epu 7. 

OhJ May 21, 

New York .SepL 7. 

ppnntylranla Sept. A. 

Pena«ylranla May ZL 

MinneaoU > Ort. 3. 

Mobtaaa S(*pt. 4. 

New York I May 30. 

New Jeraey Sept. 7. 

Prnosylranla Nor. 13 

Texaa | May 20. 

lUinma • May au. 

KorthCaruUna May 30. 



"-0 

^» 

HO 



Ik-V 



THIBD CLASS. 



3.H 



ClasSf tic — Continued. 



Age as date of ad 
misaion. 




Order of merit. 




^4 


Seo-aervice io prac- 
tioe-shlp. 


Order of annual merit. i 


1 

1 i 


• 


• 

• 

It 

.a c 
« ♦- 

a 
H 


I 

St? 


^a 

|i 

i 


• 

a 


§ 

e 

1 


a 


5 


18 ; 


7 


1 


40 


1 


-— — -- 
1 


14 


2 


• - 

22 


, •« 


16 


8 


56 


56 


62. 


57 


85 


2 


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FOURTH CLASS. 



FoHrth ClaM9 — 81 membfTM, 



Nmd«. 



8ut(\ 



Date of 
MimiMioa. 



AtlniD*. !<• vimvp Hl^iwctl 

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Jiatilii, Pni%oo«t 

Haker. Ilrnry Tlionuu 

nttM win. Murray 

lt«(U,E4l««nl he« 

II«miM>tl. Krnrat Liti « nmi 

IWrnumii John Itit»M-ll 

lUtloB. Kotx-rt Fmarin 

htaixlj . K*! « tn ( 'li*unc<»y 

Ik>ok«iilt«»f. CbarlDi tSatuorr .... 

iWilttMpr, lluai-MM* (*«rl\|p 

('hji|ilK>ll. lUlph Hobrrt 

rtxatrr. ArUmrTnouAAo | 

iliarihUI. Wlij«t4»ii I 

CuQr. linlcb Injtbnrn i 

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Co\, IlMifi llatCAt** ' 

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Ik jKiiiriu> Jiu. ]>aniol<'ol<«Qi*u. 

I\« K •> , K< k (onl ( *ravf*n 

Ik* I^iiy. IMwin Havdcn ........ 

I!ni>ry Arthur lUlUnl : , 

Kn«;ltr4l Oarrnrr 

Kullib •• iil*'r. Sitnou r«*(4»r ' 

4;iIhrBt<fa.(t(ltH»M Smith 

(ir-loi li'-atr;:** Karl 

• ii!l»«. iT^ln Van <l«iri!«»r 

(trA^iaiii ^fpbro Victor 

lir**T, 0*«r;:<« 1 •i*' 

♦ ir.1»th 4'Uu4«> Willi* 

lln.K AlltiM WftHoti 

]|«i.k ll'tTuan Whitrlitir 

Iliif!«;.&.*. John M* Mua 

II <'1 Al' i«t»i!rr 1 Imir.a* 

|».r»l M.!i.r |i:»kt. 

J An^tm^ l^l^tt^^'T •Tmnn 

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PatumylTanU , 8«|it.at. 

Iowa Sctpi. S. 

New York , S«.pt. 6^ 

Ohio Ori. 7. 

To»a« Ifopt.27. 

T^x«« May 28. 

MajuiacbuMtU 8«*pt.H 

Ohio Maj 22. 

North CamUoa .... Sept. 37, 

IVDOsylTania ••••.. May 20, 

llUnou S(<pL 8, 

Nevaila SfpLVi, 

\lU'h\£tkn May 22, 

At Larctt I May 19. 

MiMOuri May 21. 

Fhiriila S^pt. ft, 

Driawara Mar SO. 

Kaw York .^pt. 0. 

T(tnm>«MW K«pt.?7, 

At I^rsa Kept ». 

Tvxtm H«pt. 7. 

Virginia Srpl. ff, 

Xoa York , S«»pt !•«. 

Truwumt^ < May 21 

Saw ]|amp«bira... May 'S, 

Arkaitaaa Srpi. ft. 

MUAOurl May 31. 

I'nntiiix Iraiila S<<pt. 8. 

N««w York May 2::, 

NVwYrtrk H.|it, e^ 

Mtrhitnui May IB. 

Vif-tnia Ma> 20, 

Mar>Uii«l Srpt. 8, 

A Ubanta S«<pt. A, 

KaD%.a« Srpt. H, 

Vtfiimia SfpL V, 

Viic.niA May 21. 

Situtli (*an»!ina .. S«>pl 10 

S'utb Omtitia .. S..p|. ©. 

DhiO Jnurt to. 

.\Vw Vofk , Ma5 21 

NHtraaka May 'JO. 

IVff fiat h anla Srpt C 

N<irth lUkiita ... S«ptX 

M*»Miurt Mav 20. 

Tfiaa S--pt I, 

K« nlnrky Ma> ?0 

IjmuiMlMbm HrpI C 

rmnMltraala tW-p( A 

StwJmt^y f^pl. 

Mlitiifao May 3 



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36 



Fimrih CIom — 81 memberB — Continued. 



Kame. 



Mcl^ao. Ridley 

Mc:Moitu, Boling KavaD»agh. . . 
McNeeljr. Robert Whitehead ... 
MckkIj, RoecoeCharlea .......... 

Onborn. Robert Hatfleld 

I Vrk ins, Frederick KinK 

IU-«ve8, Joseph Ifaaon 

Kid^cly, Randolph, jr 

Robert, William Pierre 

Roberts, Thomaa Gainea 

Ky an, George Wltitehonae 

^«aodoz, Fritz Lonia 

Scott, William Pitt 

St> Hers, David Foote 

Shanr. Melville Jones — 

Suow, Carllon Farwell 

^I>ear, Rosooe 

.Stone. George Lorlng Porter 

Stone, Raymond 

Talcott, Arthur Jewell 

Tolfree, Herbert Hyron 

Tonipkina, John Thomas 

Towne, Arthur KlishA 

Turpie, Walter Stevens 

Walker^Henry Mallory 

Wftteon, Edward Howe 

Webster, Charles 

Whitted, William Scott 

Winn, Philip Bird 

Winahip. Emory 



SUte. 



Tennessee 

Alabama 

Korth Carolina 

Maine 

New York 

Oalifoml* 

Illinois 

Georgia 

Hissisaippi.. 

Alabama 

Massachusetts 

Louisiana 

Pennsylvania. . 

New Mexico 

Minnesota 

Maine 

Pennsylvania 

Georgia 

Alabama 

Rhode l4huid 

New York 

Louisiana 

South IHkota 

Maryland 

South Dakota 

Kentucky 

Massachusetts 

North Carolina . . . . 

Kentucky 

Georgia 



Date of 
admiasion. 



May ao, 1800 
Sept 15, 1890 
Sept. 8»1800 
Sept. 8,1800 
May 23, 1800 
June 11, 1890 
Sept 8,1800 
May 21.1800 
May 20,1800 
May 27, 1800 
June 12, 1800 
May 10,1800 
May 20, 1800 
May 21, 1800 
Sept 8,1800 
May 10, 1800 
May 23, 1800 
Sept 28, 1800 
Sept 6,1880 
May 21,1800 
May 21, 1800 
Sept 6,1800 
Sept. 20^ 1800 
May 22, 1800 
Sept 8,1890 
Sept 20, 1800 
Sept 6,1800 
May 20, 1800 
Sept 12, 1800 
June 3,1800 



Age at date of 
admission. 



i 



17 
18 
17 
17 
16 
17 
17 
18 
16 
10 
18 
18 
16 
16 
18 
16 
18 

l.^ 

17 
17 
16 

10 ! 

10 I 

16 j 

10 

16 

16 

10 

19 

18 



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6 
1 
6 
6 
6 

10 
8 

10 


10 
3 

11 
4 
1 
2 
4 
2 
1 
6 
7 

11 
8 
8 
6 
7 
8 

10 
4 
3 



Sea service in 
practice abips. 




27 



SUMMARY OF CADETS AT THE U. S. NAVAL ACADEMY. 

December 13, 1890. 

Members. 

First class 48 

Second class • 61 

Tini.lclass ' 61 

Fcuirlh class 81 

Total '. 241 



ERRATUM. 
Pa^e 85. Turpie, should read Turpin. 



APPOINTMENTS, DISCHARGES, RESIGNATIONS. DISMISSAL 



yorunhvr'£,\, lrtrt», to /Mr»i/*rr 13, IHIH). 



t1 



i 5 



Niivnl 


C'a.lft 


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rtuU'i 


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Ciilrt 


Naval 


Cailrt 


Naval 


Ca<iet 


Naval 


(*a<l<t 


Naval 


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Naval 


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Naval 


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AIM'OINTKD KS8HJN>. 

Frank MarMo TIa^ «.l : 

A'tlilfV litTiiiaii KolM«rtM<»n «... I'Iiuia ni i 

Carlo HonapartA iirittain (Mm'v i i ; 

Ca-ry Hnu*« Morgan ('laM% t»f : 

Williaiti Mi('hn«*l CnK^e CMa^^^ «»f I 

John Flavfl HiiblKird ClaM<* «it ' 

I )rli;rortli Wilson B4'HWi(!k Cla«Mi 4it : 

Mait-iiA Ly«»n Miller (Ma^ t*f 

Lltiytl li. Chamller 1'Ia«%* of . 

<«tMu;»<* North Ilaywnnl ClaM« of . 

Samuel Sliflhiirn Ibobim>n <'la<«« of 

MtMiry K*'nii('4ly lk«iiltaiii • <.*la>w* i't ' 

(Miurl«*A Krrdorirk llii^lu>M I'laM n( . 

Albort Ldaiitl Norton Cla^ii <»t 

Jnrnt«% H^'iirv Ut'uX Clasii <»t ■ 

Willuim HiP'll Franklin CU^^ ol 1 

H<'nry Ano'^to Wil»»y (*la«M oi . 

FriM|»-rirk lircwntrr H:i«»M«tt, jr C*la>w «*!' I 

Hrrlnrt Urouville Gat«-» Clamt ot j 



ArPi»IXTKl» ANjiI.sTANT EMilNT.KIth. 

Naval (^a(l(*t Armin Hart rath (*la*««f«( '.- 

Naval Cadet I Krar William Km»Ht«T CLi4Aof - 

Naval Cadrt K<lv%anl Latnm^r lifach Cla^-* oi *- 

Naval Cadut ilt*ru)an Otman S'i('knf*\ Claii«<tf i^ 

APn>IXTKI» A-HlHlAVr NAVAL ri»S»<TUI rT«»K. 

Naval (.'a<!rt William Nrwtoo Van *»ant (Ma^vi i t 1- 

Ari*<HNTKi» MKru\t» i.in tixam?* i\ !% \i\itiNV rouiHi 



Naf al Cadf't Jiihn An'li«*r I.«ji'ijin» , Cla%^ ••!' ^ 

Naval (*a4i«*( ( Liimrr* Loiim Adrian ln);alr <*la^% «•? . 

Naval Cttdrl L**Tt»y An4jni*tn«» M iMohI CU^« u( 1 

Naval Cadf^t Kli K#IN> Culc« I'U*» oi \ 

Naval Cadrt Th«*odoiT porter K a no ClaM o( p 

36 



DISCHARGKS AND RESIGNATIONS. 37 



RKSIGNKD. 

suval Cadet Edward Ernest West, class of 1888 « May 6 

N a V ^ I Cadet Walter Jiiines Manion, tbarth olasM 8 May 13 

s a v:il Cadet George Tate Greer, fourth class Jan. 22 

s a \ al Cadet Ralph Collins Chadbouroe, second class Jan. 23 

s:iv:il Cadet Thomas Holdnp Stevens Vail, fourth class Jan. 29 

N a v.il Cadet Edward Price Smith, foarth class Feb. 8 

saval Cadet John Curlett, third class Feb. 14 

savsil Cadet Leonard Goodwin, third class Feb. 14 

\ aval Cadet Joseph Coolidge Kilboamc, third class ...4.. Feb. 14 

Saval Cadet Robert Abercrombie French, fourth class Feb. 14 

s-kv:il Cadet John Russell Berryman, fourth claDs Feb. 14 

s'.'iN al Cadet Gordon Hood, fourth class Feb. 14 

s a \ al Cadet John Randolph Johnson, fourth class Feb. 14 

s'av.il Cadet Sanioel Granger Latta, fourth class Feb. 14 

S. a \ n 1 Cadet Charles Fergus Neill , fourth class Feb. 14 

^ a val Cadet Archibald Anthon, second dans Feb. 15 

Sav.il Cadet Randolph Ridgely, jr., third class Feb. 15 

V.I val Cadet Rozier Bonaparte Lark! n, third class Feb. 17 

S a \ a i Cadet Charles Arthur Lane, fourth class Feb. 17 

Saval Cadet Edgar Richmond, fourth class Feb. 17 

Saval Cadet Eugene Dewey Ryan, second class Feb. 18 

SaNul Cadot Claude Norton Andrews, fourth class Feb. 18 

S I \ a 1 Cadet William Walker Beck, second class Feb. 20 

S';i val Cadet Frederick Lloyd Eaton, second class Feb. 20 

Naval Cadet Edward Trickle, second class Feb. 21 

Naval Cadet William Turner Saunders, second class Feb. 24 

N.I vai Cadet Franklin Sidney Rising, first class Feb. 28 

Naval Cadet William Alfred Baehr, fourth class Mar. 4 

Nav il Cadet JoKeph Duvall Elierle, fourth class Mar. 17 

Navil Cadet Emory Win ship, fourth class Mar. 18 

Na \ a I Cadet Frederick King Perkins, fourth class May 17 

Naval Cadet Raymond Belt Swigart, third class May 20 

Naval Catlet John Addison Cobb, jr., fourth class Juno 3 

N;i\al Cadet George Wliit^ihouse Ryan, fourth class June 9 

Naval Cadet Walter James Manion, fourth class June 19 

Na\al Cadet Charles William Lyle, second class June 20 

Naval Cadet William Newton Vansaut, class appointed 1884 i Juno 30 

\a\al ('adet Graham Shaw, third class Sept. 20 

Naval Cadet William Browne Randolph fourth class Sept. 30 

N:4\:il Cadet Jofliah Grigg Sawyer, second class Oct. 4 

Naval (*a<let George Wedekiud, third class Oct. 8 

N ;i \ al Cadet Charles Teed Pollard, jr., second class Oct. 22 

N.ivjil Cadet William Howland Ford, first class Nov. 15 

Naval Cadet Roby Robinson, first class Nov. 15 

Naval Cadet Beriah Ell wood Jones, second class \ Nov. 15 

Naval Ca4let Arthur Critchlow Townsend, third class Nov. 15 



1889 

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1890 
1890 
1890 
1890 
1890 
1890 
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1890 
1890 
1890 
1890 
1890 
1890 
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1890 
1890 
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1890 
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1890 
1890 
1890 
1890 
1890 
1890 
1890 
1890 
189U 



8 Omitted in register of last year. 

I Appointed assistant naval constructor July 1, 1890. 



t:J 



% * 



38 msmssRDy etc. 

DI8MI88KD. 

Naval CftcletThoaiM Leoline Jenkins, fourth cUbs Mar. 1.1** 

NatsI Cadet AndrowJaokaon Craae, Jr., third oUsa Oct. 22. !'.« 

DIBl. 
Naral Cadet George Willtam Kirk, clam appointed 1H85II No%'. i: 1 

a Drowned. 



■ * • 



MERIT-ROLLS FOR 1889~'90. 



MerH-rolUf made out annually for each clasSf show the proficiency of the cadets in each 
branch of study. The numbers given in the table, page 75, shounng the r da tire weight of 
the different branches, are used as co-efficients; the final mark in each branch (on a scute of 
4 ) being multiplied by the number assigned to that branch. The sum of the pnfflucts, after 
adding the multiple for discipline, 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 thefi^al mark received in the required course one-fifth of 
the amount by which the final mark in the advanced course exceeds 2.50. 

In the graduating nurit^roll, the final standing for the course is determined by the sum of 
the yearly marlfs. 

*^ Cadets who attain 85 per cent, of the multiple in any year shall be distinguished by a 
star affixed to their names on the merit»rolls.*^ (Regulations U. S. Naval Jeremy, ^ IIU.) 

The diplomas of cadets whose final marks on the graduating merit-roll are not less than 
H7y per cent, of the maximum read ^* passed with distinction; " those whose final marks are 
between 74 per cent, and 85 per cent, of the maximum read ** passed with credit; " and thone 
whose final marks are between 62^ per cent, and 74 per cent, of the maximum read ^* passed." 



P Physically disqualified for the navat service. 
* Meceived ti5 per cent, of the multiple, 

t Found deficient, allotved a re-examination, passed, and continued with class, 
t Found defiment, allotced a re examination, again deficient, and rvvummended to he 
dropped, 

^ Found deficient, and recommended to be dropped, 

IF Retained in next lower class. 

a Absent from examination, 

b Deficient. 

d Dismissed. 

e Selected for engineer dicision, 

r Resigned. 

39 



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John K. Kobiaon... 

Reginald K. Belknap 

Harley H, Christy 

Clark D. Stearns 

Noble E.Irwin 

Edwin T. Pollock 

Henry C. Kaenzli 

JohnH. Kowen 

Daniel B. Ninde 

Arthur L.WiUard 

Waldo Evans 

Ren wick J. Hartung 

liUoien 6. Smith 

Bion B.Biorer 

Robert L. Flowers 

Milton E. Reed 

Charles R. Emrich 

Henry H. Hoagh 

Harrj- H. Caldwell 

Rnfiis n. Liuie 

John 6. F. Moale 

William H. McGrann . . . . 

Thomas J. Senn . . ^ 

George H. Shepard 

William D. Brothorton .. 

Jay H. Sypher 

Richard H. Leigh 

Albert S. McLemore 

Harry E. Smith 

Goorge Richards 

James F. Carter 

William M. McKelry . . . . 

George W. Laws ^. . 

Horace G. Mac fai land ... 

David V. H. Allen 

Adelbert Althouse 

Frank H. Kochersperger. 

Charles F. Preston 

William H.Ford 

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Joseph ILCatnpboIl 

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Charles T. Jewell 

Charles L. Hasaey 

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Howard W. Haflin^ton 

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Leon S. Thompson 

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Charles J. Lanjc 

Hubbard M. Feild 

William S. Montgomery 

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WilUam S.Valentino ... 

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Edward H. Campbell . . . . 

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James C. Hooker 

Chester Wells 

Percey K. Olmstead 

Orton P. Jackscm 

Thomas S. Wilson 

John B. Brady 

Peter C. Haina, jr. 

James S. Coleman 

John A. Crocker 

Frank D. W. Read 

Richanl S. Donglas 

I>avid M. Berry 

Orabam Shaw 

Frank B. Upham 

John R.Morris 

Martin S. French 

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IlEaU]l.A.TIONS 

GOVKRXIKO 

THE ADMISSION OF CANDIDATES INTO THE NAVAL ACADEMY 

AS NAVAL CADETS. 



NOMINATION. 

I. The students at the Naval Academy shall be styled naval cadeU. — {Rev, Stat., 
^ 1512, and act of Congress approved August 5, 1882.) 

II. There shall be allowed at said Academy oue naval cadet for every Member or 
Delegate of the Hou8e of Representatives, one for the District of Colnmbiay and ten 
at large. — {Rev. Stat,, $ 1513, and act of Congress approved June 17, 1878.) 

III. "The Seci'etary of the Navy shall, as soon after the fifth of March in each year 
as possible, notify, in writing, each Member and Delegate of the Hoase of Repreeenta- 
lives of any vacancy that may exist in his district. The nomination of a candidate 

to fill said vacancy shall be made npon the recommendation of the Member or Dele- , 

gate, if such recommendation is made by the first day of July of that year; but, if it 
18 not made by that time, the Secretary of the Navy shall fill the vacancy. The can- 
didate allowed for the District of Columbia and all the candidates appointed at large 
Khali be selected by the President." — {Rev. Stat., $ 1514.) 

IV. Candidates allowed for Congressional dihtricts, for Territories, and for the 
T>istrict of Colambia must be actual residents of the districts or Territories, respec- 
t i vely, from which they are nominated. And all candidates must, at the time of their ex- 
aminaiion for admissioVf he not less than fifteen nor more than twenty years of age^ and 
}}hijucalhj smindj well formed, and of rolmst constitution, — (Rev. Stat.^ $ 1517, and act nf 
Congress approved March 2, 1889.) , 

y. '^ All candidates for admission into the Academy shall he examined according to such 
riffulations and at such stated times as the Secretary of the Navy may prescrihe. Candidates 

rejected at such examinations sha II not have the privilege of another examination for admission > 

to the same class unless recommended hy the Board of Examiners.^* — (Rev. Stat, $ 1515.) j 

VI. ''When any candidate wbo has been nominated upon the recommendation of • 
a Member or Delegate of the House of Representatives is found, npon examination, to Z 
be physically or mentally disqualified for admission, the Member or Delegate shall be ^ 
notified to recommend another candidate, who shall be examined according to the ^ 
provisions of the preceding section." — {Rev. Stat., $ 1516.) 

VII. ''Naval cadets found deficient at any examination shall not be continued 
at the Academy or in the service unless upon the recommendation of the academic 
hoard."— (fier. Stat., $ 1619.) 

VIII. "The academic course of naval cadets shall be six years." — {Rev. Stat., 
^ 15*20.) 

IX. Candidates who may be nominated in time to enable them to reach the ,acad- 
emy by the fifteenth of May will receive permission to present themselves on that 
(lute to the superintendent for examination for admissiou. Those who may not be 
nominated in time to present themselves at the May examination will be examined 
on the first of September following. 

When either of the above dates shall fall on Sunday the candidates shall present 
themselves on the Monday following. 

Candidates will be required to enter the academy immediately after passing "' 

prosi^ribod examinations. 

Xo leaves of absence will he granted to cadets of the fourth class, 

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EXAMINATION'. 

X. Caiidi«lat4)ii will be examined p1iy«ically by a board oompo^wl of thri*€» mtsli- .il 
otiicertt of the Ntivy. Any om* of tb«* follo^'in;; coudilionn will bt* Niillici<*at to cau*^ 
thi« rfJ(H:tion of » candidate; viz., 

FiH*l>Ie constitution, inherited or acquired ; 

Ketardod de%'elopmcnt ; 

Itii|iair«Hl general health ; 

DtwMded cachexia, diathenin, or prcdinpoaition to diseane ; 

Any di^eaHe, deformity, or r«*«ult of injiirj* that would impair eftiricncy ; ^nrh ikf— 

Weak or disordered intellect ; 

CutatiouOA or coinmunicalilv diM^ofie ; 

rniiatiirul cnrvatnn^ of Hpiite, torticolliSf or other deformity ; 

Iiieflii*ieiiry of either of tho «*xtremitie« or \mT)ii> articulations from any cauite ; 

Epilepsy or other convuiHions within five years: 

Impaired vinion, diseav* of the organs of vision, imperfiM^t color sense ; 

Iui|>aired hearing or dist'uoto of the ear; 

(^hrtiuic nasal catarrh, f»/ieua, {Milypi, or gmni enlargement of the tfMi<(iU : 

IniiMHlimeut of spet^ch to such on ext4)nt as to impair efflriency in the }H*rfonn:i).«'<' 
of duty ; 

DineaMe of heart or lun^^s or decided indications of linhility to oanliaeor puini<»tt.ir> 
artertions ; 

Hernia or nndesrende<l testis ; 

Varicocele, sareocele, hydrocele, stricture, tiHtula, heniorrhoiiU, or ▼arinsw V€m:»» ««f 
lower limbs; 

Disease of the gen ito-uri nary organH; 

Chronic ulc«*n«, ingrowing nails, large bnniouH or other deformity of f^^et. 

Attention will uIho l>e paid to the stature of ttie candidate, and no om* uuimtO*'* 
nmler si/e for hi** age will Ik« received at the acttd«'tiiy. In the esse of dtuilit i»im.- 
the phvjtiral condition of the rnudiilate anv marked dt*vintion from the ii««ual %: fi i 
anl of height or weight will n<ld tiiatenaily to the C(>D<^ideration for rejtHMiou. I • v<< 
fr«*t will \m th«« iniiuiniim height for tlie candidate. 

Tahle $hoiring thr minimum kright for a(fmi**inn for rack jf4ar brtwern tk* ntff» of Ut'i* ■ 

umd tiers /y. 

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ADMISSION OP CANDIDATES. 55 

XI. Candidates will be examined mentally by tlie acailomic board in rcadin)]^, 
writiug. apelUng, arithmetic, geography^ English grammar, United tStates hiHtory, , 
and algebra. Deficiency in any on^ of these snbjects will bo Mnflicient to inHUi*e the 
rejection of the candidate. 

GBKKRAL CHARACTSB OF THE MEIO'AL EXAMINATION. 

Readiko and wbttino. — Candidates mnst be able to read nnderstandingly, and 
with proper accent and emphasis, and to write legibly, neatly, and rapidly. 

Speixing. — They must be able to write from dictation paragraphs from standard 
pieces of English literature, both prose and poetry, sufficient in number to test fnlly 
their qualifications in this branch. The spelling thronghout' the examination will 
be considered in marking the papers. 

Arithmetic. — The candidate will be required — 

Tu express in figures any whole, decimal, or mixed number; to write In words any 
given number; to perform with facility and accuracy the various operations of addi- 
tion, subtraction, multiplication, and division of whole numbers whether abstract or ' 
concrete, and to use with facility the tables of money, weights, and measnres in com- 
mon use, including English money. 

To reduce compound numbers from one denomination to another, and to express 
them as decimals, or fractions of a higher or lower denomination ; to state the nnm- 
Imrof cuhic inches in a gallon and the relation between the Troy and Avoirdupois 
pounds and to reduce differences of time to differences of longitude and ric<^ ver$a. 

To define prime and composite numbers ; to give the tests of divisibility by 3, G, 7, 
9, II, 25, and 1:^; to resolve numbers into their prime factors, and to find the least 
common multiple and the greatest common divisor of large as well as of vmall num- 
bers. 

To be familiar with all the processes of common and decimal fractions, and to give 
clearly the reasons for such processes, and to be able to use the contracted methods 
of mnltiplioation and division given in the ordinary text-books on arithmetic. 

To define ratio and proportion, and to solve problems in simple and compound 
proportion. 

To solve problems involving the measnrement of rectangular surfaces and of solids, 
to find thejiquare roots and the cube roots of numbers, and to solve simple problems ' 

under percentage, interest, and discount. • 

The candidates are required to possess such a thorough understanding of all the . 1 

fundamental operations of arithmetic as will enable them to apply the various ^ 

principles to the solution of any complex problem which can be solved by the methods i 

nf arithmetic ; in other words, they must possess such a complete knowledge of arith- - 

motic as will enable them to proceed at once to the higher branches of mathematics 
without further study of arithmetic. 

Algebra. — The examination in algebra will be elementary in character, and will j^ 

be limited to questions and problems upon the fundamental rnlcN, factoring, algebraic 
fractions, and simple equations of one or more unknown qnantitios. 

(vRAMMAR. — In Englinh grammar candidates must exhibit a familiarity with all the 
parts of speech and the rules in relation thereto; they mnst be able to parisc any 
onlinary sentence given to thom, and generally mnst understand those portions of 
the subject usually taught and comprehended nnder the heads of orthography, ety- 
mology, and syntax. 

The question will usually be arranged in three divisions. The first division will 
contain questions somewhat like these: 

Explain the uses of the objective case. What verbs have distinction of voice T 
Give the possessive plural of sea, valley^ basiSf stratum, bandit. 

The second division will contain one or more sentences to be parsed ;«.</., 

** They were always a strange family ; they rarely acted like other people ; their he( 
were t» the right place, but their heads always seemed to be doing anything but m'*" 






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56 ADMI8SIOX OF CANDIDATES. 

ougki.** Sach & aenterico tna^t l)o parsMi /■%* ffi^^nf? the p»rt of speech, anil k iu<l. 
ra<ii*, voice, mood. t4«iijM«, tiiiiubf'r, pereon, degree of coraparison, etc., tm thr cimi* iii.k\ 
Im>. uf each word, and itn nOatum to the other words ; thiiH, — 

Strange is a descriptive adjective, positive dcj^rtw. It. qtialitieM the noiiu/sait/y. 

Comparative, MtrangT. 
Superlative, iirangemt, 

.frleif, an intransitive rerh, r«*Kiilar Tor weak) in conjugation, indicative rooud, p»4t 
tenet*, third person, plural nnnilter. Its suhjoct is tkrj/. 

The third divmiou wilt contain a nnnibcr of incorrect m*nt4<nr(>i« t4) l)o romH*t«Nl : 
thus, — 

1. Dracrihf ih$ aomrcei frttm whuh our kno%rUdgif of thettf ertnU art drrirtd. tJ, litnr 
Btr^tlg ikrtr roicea Bomrnd ! 'A. Trti and do an ffou tr<i« tald ! 4. / »kotild hare UkrH U* A«irr 
ht^n tkert amd trtn it. U, There* 9 a aireet little cherubim bHh «)> aUift to keep %nitt'k/or tt-r 
life of Poor Jack .' 

Among thcMr, correct lentenres will soui«*tinit»s bo introdnoed to tost more thttr> 
oQghly the knowltMlgv of the candUluto. 

Since the scho<d grsnimars ntM^d in dit)>Tent parts of the country vary among tb< n»« 
srlvr« in tht^ir treatninit of certain words, un annn-pr approved hy any grammar of 
good reput<» will Im* acre pled. 

GK<M}kAi*nY.— CandidatcN will ho re<inire<l to pass a satiHfactory cxamitiatM»n. 
written or oral, or both, in descriptive geo;xrHphy, particularly of our own country 
Quf^tions will In) given under the following hfads: thn d««tiniti»us of latitude m.d 
longitude; the /.ones; the grand divmions f»f the land and water: the oharartei nf 
euast lines; the direetion and ix^iition of iin|>ortaut uiouiitain-i'liains and the loc^'mv 
of the higher |>eakM ; the pomtion end coupm* cif the principal rivers, their tnbut^rif ^. 
and ths b<Hlieii of water into wl.ich they flow ; the ]Mmitinn of iniportaut s«*aA, ba\«. 
gulfii, and arms of tha nea; the ptmition of independent staten, their Itoundaricxk and 
capital eitieii; the poi»ition and dtrertton of great penitiHulits and the aitnation of im- 
portant and prominent eapt^n, NtruitH, MtiindN, channela, and the most iiii|M»rtiiiit 
eanali; great lakeji and inland M*aH : punition and p«ilitical ronneethiti of iiu|Ntrtatil 
inlands, and roloni.4l ]>4»HM>w<i()nM: l(M-alitiea of eit ii*s of hinttirirul. p<»IttiraK or eoniu»«*r* 
rial iin|Nirtanee, attention l»eing e«i|M«<*iaIly called to the nvem and bodte* of iiat«*r 
(Ml which eitien are Hituatetl; the eonrseof a venMd in making a voyage iM'tween ««'II 
known |»orts. 

The candidate's knowlfdge of the geography of the Ignited Stateti can not be ttko f i.ll 
or «i|><«eilie on all the |MtintM rt*ferre«l t4> above. Accurate knowIed^e will al*Ni Ih> n- 
t|ulred of the po*iition of the country with ref.Teiue to other Ataten, and with rr(. r. 
eni'«» to Istitude and huif^itnde. of the iMiiiudarie^ and relative po«(ition of the Srji«*« 
.lUil Territories, of the name aiul pifnition of thi*ir capital*, and of other import atit 
ritte« and towns, 

Hl**Tt>icv.— C'sndidateM iilMMiid be fsmiliar with an much of the hiMory of the rmtfil 
.^tatf*<i a<« tn coutaine<l in thr> (tnlinary iK'timil hi<«torieii. 

7he examination mill br eith**r written or oral, or iNtth. and ijueMtioiiMof the «auK* 
::«*nf rst rhnrB4-trr an th«« folloiK in^ will Ik* given : 

1. Nani<* the earhent Kiirofiean »cttlemeuts within the pre^M^nt limitaof the l*nittd 
State*, and give thnr |HH«iti<inN. When and by whtun were th«'<ie nettlementu iu.m1< ' 

3. Kiplain the thrr^ fornix of Kovernincnt tn the culnnim; nnMl, pntprietarx , ar d 
rbartrr. Sams thi* colonies tlint <irit:iniilly e&uted within the pr**<M»nl liui)t» ••! 
Ma4»«A(hii«rtiii; of t'ounreiK-iit. When wrr«* tb«*<ie r«donles nnit«'d f What dtd tl*- 
«idon\ nt lVnn*\ Ivaiiia tm Itidr f \Vh<*n Wii* it divided f 

rt. Stai««tbe )«*a<ltiit; evrritu «if the colonial wnr% an<l i^ive the refttiit^ nf ruvh war 

4, Wh.it wrrr thr* rertHttt^ stid iniiurdiate c4U*Miiiif the Kcvoliit utu f.\plain tl.i 
ns% i;;st;nu ti«*t% thr »t.i(iip art. w nt« of iit>»^t trtre. Name th*^ prttic ipal hatttr<« ai>d 
ctther b*.»dtiii; fvrnr* in the war* tif the l'nit«M| .*^tat<^, K'^'^"!? the namraof command* 
ItiK uflirerM and ataiinjc the rr%iilt4 of th*« litittlci*. 



ADMISSION OF CANDIDATES. 



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5. Give an acconnt of the formation and adoption of the Constitution. 
Give tbo names of the Presidents, in order, and the leading events in each admin- 
istration. 

ADMISSION. 

XII. Candidates who pass the physical and mental examinations will receive ap- 
pointments as naval cadets, and become students at the academy. Each cadet will 
bo i*eqnired to sign articles by which he binds himself to serve in the United States 
Navy eight years (including his time of probation at the naval academy) unless 
Hf >ouer discharged. The pay of a naval cadet is $500 a year, commencing at the date 
of his admission. 

XIII. Ctulefs will supply themselves, immediately after their admission, with the 
following articles; viz., 



One dress jacket $17. .50 

Olio blouse 10.r>0 

Two pairs trousers 19. 00 

Two working suits 1. ^t) 

One overcoat 20. 50 



One rubber coat 

One rubber hat 

Two pairs of regulation lep^gins. 



4.00 

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1.40 



One parade cap *i, 55 

One knit cajt 0(5 

One nnig 10 

One soap box ()2 

One laundry book 'M 

One pair of blankets 2. UO 

Two pairs of high shoes. t 0. 81 

One pair of overshoes 55 

Eight white shirts 8.00 

Twelve linen collars *i. 04 

Eight pairs of cuffs 2. 00 

*Eight pairs of hocks 1.84 

•Eight towels '2.00 

*Sbaving outfit 1.55 

•Four pairs of drawers (winter).. 4.00 
ftFonr pairs of drawers (summer) . 1. 52 

*Four undershirts (winter) 4.00 

bFour undershirts (samiiier) 1. 5'i 

One hand glass 30 



One jack knife $0.75 

Six sheets 3.36 

Hammock clews .58 

One pair of bathing trunks *A0 

Throe pairs of white thread gloves . 00 

Two black silk neckties 64 

Two clothes bags 46 

One hammock mattress 2. 85 

nOne requisition book... .^ 40 

aOne pass book 40 

aStencil, ink, and brush 45 

aOne bottle of indelible ink 18 

aOno wash basin and pitcher 88 

aOne pair of gymnasium slippers. 1. 10 

•One whisk 13 

•One coarse comb - 05 

*One cake of soap 10 

*Ono hair brush ,'>0 

•Stationery 50 

•Twelve white handkerchiefs 2. 76 

*Ono pair of suspenders 40 

*Fournit:ht shirts 2.52 



•One tooth brush 

•Thread and needles 

•Blacking brush and blacking.. 
•Nailbrush 



.23 
.19 
.30 
.25 



20.78 



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When moving into cadet qnarterSf cadetn will supply themselves with the following 
articles; viz., 



a Two bedspreads |2. 81 

a Two pairs of drill gloves 1.00 

a One slop jar 93 

a Two spatter-c oths 66 

One hair pillow 



/5 



One mirror fl«20 

a One rug 80 

a One hair mattress 5. 10 

a One broom 25 

Six pillow cases 1.38 



6. 1h; 8.73 

Cadets will supply themselves with the following additional articles when prepar- 
ing to embark on board the practice .ship ; viz., 



Three working suits $2. 79 

Four woolen shirts 7. 40 

Three white sailor hats "*. 1. 14 

11.33 



One pair rubber ieggins |0. 40 

One pair of high shoos * 3.41 

One knit cap 



58 AUMISSIOX OK CAKDIDATKS. 

Artic*li*f) tiiarkofl a wilt not bo talcMi on Ixmnl ibo practice Miip. 

Of f ho art II* leu inark«*fl b ciuleiH CMiterini; id H<*pt4*tnl»«ir iiiiiHt hav«' ftuir rnrh. 

Tho aril r leu inark<Hl *, not U«*iii;; rt*(iuiro4l to c«»tiforni to afttamlnnl |*att««m. m* 
lie lir«iii);ht tiy tha rmlet ftimx huiiio, but all otbcr articIi*M uitmt citnfunu t«> Ihr r« -. 
latiotiM, aiifl ni nut the refold lia ntippliiHl by the Ator»k«*i*|>er. 

Bnoh UAval rjwlet numt on adniitinion clt'jkOHit with the )iuy-4)flkcr the Hnm of fj**. t ^ 
which ho will l>ocre<1ite4l on tin* bookn of that otYirer, to bo ox)HMi(ltMl by «lir«« t • 
of the iinp(*rinttMiiloi)t in the purcliane of tt'xt>bo«iki« au4 other anthonxcd atti- •• 
lieMKie tho«ieeniimenite<1 in the prtH'cdiu); artirle. 

All ib'jKttiiiH for rioi bins; and tho entninco <!e|uiHit t>f ^^) nutit lie ni:Mle lirt«*r. . 
ctaoditlate run In* rtMM*ivo«l into tho aoudeniv. 



Iiep4Hiit for clothinj;, *»tc #1 

lle|MHiil for biNikv, etc • 



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loial ainonnt rn«|niro(l 1 » 

The vmIiio of clothing; b^oll^)«t fniui lioni** in to In* iloilnrto<I front thit attioutii 
Ka«'h tiaval radet oite utunth tt/tir ttfiminHioH tiill Im« iTiMlile^l with tho aii>«>util i>l 

a«*lMal o\|M'i»M»»» in travehiij; fnuii I'l^ horne to the a'*a«li"niy. 

XIV. A naval oadel n iio volnntarily roN:!:im hit appDiiidiiont within a %'• ar «>f * 

tiino of hi4 a4|iiii>«iiion to tiie m'M^lotii} will ho re«|iiir(«<l t4» rrf iind the oiiioiiut pao; . 

for traveling eiiiennes. 



COURSE OF" IlSrSTRUCTIOlSr. 



iK'partuient. 



Mathematics. 






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Emjlifth Stmlirt, 
Hiitory, and Law. j 



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[Refereni'o l>ookA are marked (♦).] 
FIRST YK Alt— FOURTH CLASS. 

KIKrtT TKRM. 



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Subjbcta. 



Text-books. 



Alorhua: Fiindaraontal Operations; re- 
(ltu'tic>n and con vorHion of fractional and 
Hurd (iuantiUi<8; reduction and loliition 
of eq nations of thn first and second de- 
grees : inequalities; invnlntion and evo- 
lution. 

Gkomstky : Geometry of the straight line, 
of the circle, and of tho plane; th(M>ry 
of proportion ; properties of similar 
figures. 



I Todhunter's Higher 
I Algebra. 



Chanvenot'sGeomet ry. 



2Iodem Lan(juage». ' 5 > 4 



Kxr.LiHii: The structure and historical 
development of the Kuglirih language ; 
syntax; analysis of sentences; punctu* 
ation and c^ipitals ; exerciboa in the coni- 
jiosition of letters. 

HisTOUY : Outlines of history, especially 
the history of (J reece and Kome, and of 
tho states of western Kurope; histor- 
ical geography; important points in 
naval history, b^' notes or lectures. 

Fkbxch: "Natural method of teaching 
languages." 



Whitney's Essentials 
of English Grammar. 
Hart's Punetaation. 
Webster's Dictionary.* 

Swinton's Outlines of 
the World's Hisitorj-. 

Labberton's Historical 
Atlas.* 



La Parole Franvaise, 
Sau venr and Van 
Daell. 

Bellows's Pocket Dic- 
tionary.* 



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COURSE OF.INSTRUCTIOX 



l>«partin«^Dt 



Malktmrnttct 



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FIXST YBABr-roCrRTn <:LASS-CoDUniMMl. 



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SahJ«>ctii. 



Trxt bookft 



AujRIiua: Courw'foi rtr«llrrnu'OlitliiUr«l. Il.iU nod Ki» ^1 : • 
IVrelopmrtit of ftj^rlnmic fuiiotiuiiA by , Higher Al,5» lira 

ni««.'iniiofituli UMn.in.itcoort1iriintHAh'l I B««»iUlrb'» r««»fji I» 

tlip binomial theorem ; pfnimtsinonNauil > blc«^ 

rombinatbmi*; miiiimutio»of %«'rie». r<in 

tiiia<«<i fnctiona; ]u;:.tritbnm: f \|H>n« )i 

tinl rr|uiition«: theory of oqtaitiouB, iti 

cladin:; tbtt M>lu(ion of munpricjl • qua I 

t bma. j 

GKoM»:riiT: ('oiir»oforHr«itrriiu'«u»liiiu«'«l. rhan^rnr! •<«<•»••• r- 
Spborickl };iumi^tr\ , tb<* (-«iiir.iii«l tb«>r>l 

iii(l<*r tiM*D*ur.iti«ifiorri'« iiltiir.trtl^urpA, 

anil of thi* tiiibetr. ct«m«. nnA c\lint]vt . 

appliratlmi of aliscbra to drt« rniui/ttr 

K<Hiinetry. 



Hxstorf «fi(i />A»r 



4 K!<ui.l»ti : Khrlnric mihI (<oin]Mi«itiiiU; A S Hill • iCiri. t. 

I hoiro au«i iinr «if wfinU . kiniNofioiti A> ti a «Or1h<'t | -^r * 

iKMtiiiin; uarntion nntl ii<-*4 1 iptlon . A\ rr« « V> rU.kti#i * 

ar);iiiiirulativi« rottipnuiil'iu . imnin**-* \VVb«ti*r'« iMrtMx. »' 

tti tho roitiiKMiiion of IrUt r« «it«l t* b- 

prams. Thrnita 
4 IllHTtifiY : ]*r«»t:r««ik uf r«tb>niiU ilrvrbt^ 

niciiC in Atitf'Tit a, nhil thi' hi^(ur> uf thi> 

I'mtrtl SLaU'ft. iiii[tffrt lilt |M)inlH In tlir 

naval bi*ioty i»f ib<> ('nit«-«l Stai«« b\ 

iiotm Iff bH*lur»*«. 
<'oiifrin|Hit4r> h •\»r^ in« hiiltnu Ibr « !>'•• 

p«r ttii4> aiiifl) of ^Mi criiiin ni« in-tilM 

lu>n« uiiii |H»litl(\il p4);;t>Mib « 



Ktt4»( • lh*t«.r> * f *• 

Pnltrvl Sl^lr* 

Mitib il « Vtii. ' 



!klilrttrll » A(l>% - 



lii**itm l^nfu *tffS 



t\ 4 ,Fuix II • N.itiujI Ml thot} ' 



St*(%i»H Mii\*'ti «« nti a«'^ ti*i«4| • xjr*! ) 

\.»l|lt tl Mr l).i.(| ' 



(•I I u *t ii'iivi o .*• Ab .»•!< *ui'*A % ()iira« I 



li<'ri*\ : I, 4 L.k *" ^ > 

VraltV*!"' I* »• • 
H fttoit* il ttii (*• ->•« • ' 
lU :!<.«•« rim-kit !• 

W«»r:i iui'«l«t*i '^j* 

i«)t )VH«k 
?**^w»rt» • I»Mti.»: f * 

I>tr\ •p«l|i^ • ( lilt 

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COURSE OF II^STRUCTION. 



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SECOND YEAR-THIRD CLASS. 

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Department. 



Mi'.thcmatie*. 









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II in lory, and Law. 



Md'lcrn Languwjett. 



SabjecU. 



DRS('Rii>iiVK GKOincTKY: Orthogra; hio 
projections; repre«cDtation of pointA, 
liDes, and planeH ; problems relating to 
the ri^hl line ami the plane; repreaen- 
laltons of Barfac4'8 of the second order. 

T iUGONo M BTKY : ^ (HSU res of oTcs aud an- 
f^les; tn;:()noinetric functions; anal3't- 
icfll inrcHtipitions of trigonometric 
forroulaM.with theirapplicatiuntoallthe 
casc.H of plane and spherical triangles, 
conntrnction and hkb of tri<!onometric 
tableti ; inverse trif;onoroctric functions ; 
De Moivre's theorem ; solution of iii)(o- 
nomvtric eqaations; practical applica- 
tions of trigonometry to the solution of 
plane and spberioil triaujsh's. the astro- 
nomical tiian);;l(\ iiiul thometuiurements 
of heights and distances. 



Exc.i.iBH : Faults in diction and their rem- 
edies ; selection and arrangement ; prin- 
ctplert of composition ; exorcises in the 
coropoRition of official dlsputohes, let- 
ters, and telegrams; themes. 

History: Contemporary history*, inclnd- 
Imk the comparative study of goveru- 
meots, institutions, and political geog- 
raphy. 

Law : Constltntlon of the United Sutes. 



4 Fkkncii: "Natnral method." 



Spanish : (Given as an advanced course.) 
"Natnral method." 



Oehman: (Given as anadvcAced course.) 
"Natnral method.*' 



Text-hooks. 



Church's Descriptiva 
Geometry. 



Chanvenot's Trigo- 
nometry* ; Todhunt- 
er's Trigonometry. 

Bowditch ■ Usefal Ta- 
bles. 



Abbott'sHow to Write 

Clearly. 
Ayres's Orthodpist* 
Ayres's Verbalij»t.* 
Webster's Dictionary • 
The School Herald. 
HitohoU's Atlas.* 



Andrews's Manual of 
' the Constitution. 



BOcher's Series of 
French Plays. 

Beroy LaLangue Fran- 
9ai»o 2*"* Partie. 

Bellows's Dlotioaary.* 

Saurenr Petite Gram- 
maire. 

rbarras English-Span- 
ish Method. 

Dreyspring's GumuU- 
ti ve Method and Ger- 
man Verb Drill. 



Michanical Draveing. 



4 i Mkcmakical Drawing: Sl<etching from Tomkin's Machine 



raudcLi; the use of instruments; con- 
st lurtinn of hc:vI<'S; notation and sym- 
IioIh u'«i il ill inct'1iauicaMrawiu;;8; con- 
st nu'tiou of rectilinear and curved ftg- 



Constmctioo.* 



J 



62 



COUR8K OF IN.SnU'CTlON. 



SECOND YKAR—THIRD CLASS-CohUduwI, 



FIltM TFRM— (Mi|ltiinic<l. 



I>rpAr(ni«*iii. 



e. 



a 






Kub)tf^'ta. 



ruiiiHl mritliiK. Ur^wttii: i«\rrrliH*« in 
il**<*<Mi|invi*B<«itiH-irv. tticlu<iiii}! thrpro> 
jfiiinii^uf Unroll aiitl thf* ropntki'titaMon 
i«r |iiitii'<t Antl c "tiii'tnral miIkIw, aiiil 
till' |irii]«< tioiu ami mmMious of aurfiu'i^ 



TMt-tNtok^ 



»>r« i»M« IKHSI. 



I ^ 



i*l yAif» flH'l i'httttig 
try 






rin-hi»- Afiflftnrntary roiii-m« lutondiM I).ini«llM !*#u>« ; 

^> {ttrM'tit tho IftiititiK }»rmc tploa mid \\\*> I'bx 'U • 

rorn*l:itli>n of the bniii«*hf*^ of iihyoiciil 

iK:i(*uf<«, to wbli'h itKirr tinir in tlovottil 

tliiriii)» tlio fif^-ontl nnil flr< cUmm >fata. 

(*ofi>il<*nt prtM'lii'A vrith tho fundnttirii 

\a\ .mil tIcrtxtH) iiiiKM of tho V.. <i.S. »y« 

UMti. rr.w*tiritl work ill tho ph>»u*Al 

lalHit.itory ; o\pfritio*tiU illii*{r.kliii*^ 

thr «l:tH\ ntx iUtloti«nn<l r\»rt mrAniitv 

nipiiin of l«-ni:ih. nuM. voliitiit*. »iitl 

•|K«« I lie ::r4viiy. L«'«Curi*«. 
CiiKMi^tUT. lltH'tlatioim In k*'*"*'*^ '*(>*1 

orjtiii.i ihtMiiiMry. Praittral work in 

lh< fit* niira) U)M>r.iUtr\. ««\|M>riiiii'ntA tl 

luiitr.«tiii;: th< <l.uh r«<4*n.itioti*, ainl tht* 

fl«l«<rniitiuitoii<if Miniplf •»alu ocld*, antl 

huiM • Lmtui'-« 



Kr'nt«rtt'« <* t II f ' 

Chf iiti*try 
l>ni«*a • Of ^ • I 

l'l»i*io'«lr% 



i/ l'A#irt \tu.» 



1)»«< uii*ll\ i (•l"'Vi:Tlt« ( ottr*r for rir*t ( (.iit h • I>««47.,> 

tfrot <'<tittuuit'«1 Wai|H ti •itiU<«<i, <*ni) (»«H>ut«*tr\ 

■iitf.u-i« iif ri*vultitjiiii , d«>tt-l«*p>u< nl of 

«liii:]r 4 'ir^f^l *urf.o««, lutt'r»«< tOiU of 

■urfA/>«, lAii^riit lini «au4t plAiit<4. pro 

|t< t "II* ol thf '»plo t«> mutuftiic pro 

l«M tioii* III. ol> « Aiiil aiiailtiw*. 
A^titTi* w, lit •wnuti : M4|Uiitii>ntt of C ^luith « (*«<•*■ ^^ 

tl* •(flight lito< anil «if tht> (Oi.lr acr It iti* AUll« « n, 

ttoii* ir iu»(oniuiiii>u o( riMtniiiialf*, <tfWiiHlr>. 

piirfM'rl,! • iif tlo C4MMr MClloti* r<,ua 

I MU» 1o laii«:'nt« aoit ifMTiiaU. «li*l«'i 

r« r «t iHt of lt«( 1 tti«4 •i««i(>ri i»r tin K^n ' 

«ral ««|'ial)on «tf tho m«o|}<1 tli^ir*'. 

t^lUikt-OUaof lilt* pl^iiM iif ltlM"« lit ^1 >«'•', 

aiol of •iirfAM4 of ihn •r4«Mt«l ortli't. 

tii«* prit*i >pil pr««|Nrti<* tif «iit|«, vAuf 

thr »»« •iimI <>r»ir T «!••• .i*«'on ••! Uti' jrM 

rtjA ••|Ujti«il> tif th' >4«4>ui| «l«^iti ill 

lln . . 4- «i.*. • 



COURSE OF INSTRUCTION. 



63 



SFCOifD YEAR-THIRD CLASS— Contfnuftd- 
ftKcoxi» TKUM- -con tinned. 



DepRitment. 



Modem Lmiffttages. 



t* 9 

11 

a 



a 
o 

S 

O 

u 
it 

B 

a 



Mechanical J>raa;uuj. 



n 



Subjects. 



Fksnc^u: Continuation 

conr^. 
Spamibh: Continuatioo 

courne. 
Gebmak: Continuation 

oonrne. 



Text*book^ 



of first term 



uf first term 



of first term 



Samt» as for the first 
torm. 



4 MKCHANirAL Bkawimc: Skoiohing from I Tomkln's Machine 



inodola; ruiireAvnt<atiun of objects by 
proj(M:tiotis ; drawio;; tbe projfH'f ion;} of 
models to scale; oblique prujcctions ; 
isometrical drawioK; drawing screws, 
bolts, nuts, and ^caring; round writinf;. 
Drawinj; exorcises in descriptive ;;im)i\i 
etry, including tbo iutcraections of sur- 
faces, dev^dopment of single-curved 
HiirfuceH, aud problems on the Rurfaron 
of nnohilioii. 



Construction.* 






64 



COURSE OF INSTRUCTION. 



TUIKI) YKAK— SKCOND CLASS 



fiiutt -tKnw. 



t1 



Departineot 



'o5 
•t' * 

[ 1 = 



i'ottttrHction (I Mil 
Aar«< radius*. 



J^lram Ei^tinefTtng. 



1^ 



^!k(I J/(iCArifi«f.'-«. 



fry. ^ 



s 
o 

5 



B 

mm 



SubJecU. 



I 



I 



Sram%mmiii': DrM-riptlon nnd n«*« of 
nail*, tlicir flt|iu|{ii ' uul iiiip1utir4*ii, 
buidlini; nailn, |Hirt drilln anil ctuIm- 
t{ot)«; iiLiiutrfinriit Qudrr flail; tluti«« 
of (itficfni and rmw. 

pRjxnpt-Bi» or Mk< iiAMHM: MaHt**> m 
i;iDr>f nod btiihrn. Proprrttm nf beat 
■mi iU applirdtion towator; corobuA- 
tlAD: laws and prnp«-rti0« of ateani 
tyi»r« of loariiir iMtiU'ni ; rompnriitrrr 
pfttricncy ; namra and ttiM<iiof Ibt \r at 
lat'bntriitA; bydroinrt4*rii : aralin and it* 
prrvmitinn • tvp<*« of miftrif* en^inra 
inrliidiu^ 4<>nd(>ua<<'rs am! pniii)M, wirb 
npUnatton of tliA n<w^ of alt tb(« partnj 
•cr<*w prfiiM'IItra and pn'Idlf* wIimU; 
thf» indirrilur and lU diiii:rnui«: pov#>r 
of tb«<> 4n^in» and cum pit ut lout rrLat 
in|{ tbrrv'lo. 4-aaiiah!e«- r.in* and man- 
act«nii »t of att'Am ni<irliim*rr. 

lUf »»lti:Mi4l CaUI'LIA: Fucitttona. 
rai«a difl«*r*Qttal« of fiin<tion«: ludo 
trrniinatr forma : arrica. niavima and 
minima, irroniciriral applli atinna; fane 
tUMia uf two or morr % Htiablaa. 

InTL<«n«t. CAtr*rt.i t: Tbn nictbofla »f tO' 
l0);rati'tn : dcAnitr intrctaU. qtiadra- 
tan* of anrfai** «. ctihitare of rnlnmra , 
rrrt ifii 3tion nf r'ln r« c«*ntrra of irrav- 
llv , nj(»mi tita fif in« rtia planimi iMa . 
rnb^ U*T the approtimatr detrcmlua 
lion of arvaa and Toluni^a. dlflrrmtLa] 

MlMMtMiua. 

l*inAi« a Krvriiaiioiiaooalnipln hanuuoU' 
m<it»on wavvtmotlnna. Mumd, hi^hU and 
brAt PtiM-tK'aJ wtirk IB I hi pli>airal 
laltoralorr . ri{»«nn)rDta lllnatraliuc 
th< dAiU rrtif^Btlniia aint aoiuv fiait 
Wroanripri.t uta. *ur)* a* (b^ detamuna 
I urn t»f x\\w candU )Hiwrrnf c»«aud f\*< 
U\c lut«ta .nd*-! of irfra«'lmu of (laaa 
priama lud l« b«<'a And of ii ,uidi* fcM-at 
!• tt^ti' t«r 1. rtM'* li-ii^tli i«f \ ;:bt vat i*a 
IM. 'irt, rj;.l-\ 

4 iiiv»<ni ^).nti r«ii*r«r |n flttmir«l 



Lnco'a 8 



hip. 



itflodnve'a Rlrmr'su id 

MfK*bai«)am. 
SrnnHt'a 11 a r 1 a c 

Htoam Bncior. 



Ktro and Jobn*>*< *» 
Dlffrn*nttal (*alru!«t*. 



JiibnaoBt I n t r i; r *t 

(*alcnlua. 
Jobnaod'a rHfTrrrnlza) 

B«iaatioii« 



i l>anl«»il a rrlori|dr« i«C 
rbyalra. 
Gaout'a Phiatca 
' Kt#wart'a TraaUa* «ie 
I II rat 

, Prartkal Pbja^ra Hi 
S«owarC ati4 ( »«v 
KohlranM-ha l*h^«. «' 

MffAaumvtrata 
L«^torr yo<M. 



COUBSE OF pfSTEUCTION, 



65 



THIRD YEAR-SBCONI) CLASS-Continned. 

7IB8T TBRM—CODtiliaed. 





• 


■ 

< • 
i 




1 

1 


Department. 


«5 


o 


Salt}eotB. 


Textbooks. 




8 
1 


S 

d 


< 




Modem Languaget, 


4 


FftKRCH : Beading and translation of pro* 


Professional French 


^ 






fesalonal artioles, and oonveraation. 


Reader. 

Bellows's Pocket Dic- 
tionary.* 

Sanvenr Petite Oram- 
maire.* 

Langage ICsrin, An- 




2 




tt 


glais- Fran^ais. 


Miehanieal Drttwing. 


. t 


IfKCHAincAL Drawiko: Drawing gear- 


Tomkin's Machine 


\ 






ing ; sketching machinery and making 


Constrnotion.* 








working drawings; round writing; 










traoings and blue prints of drawings; 










perspective. 





BKCOKD TBRM. 



Constrtietum, and 
Natal Taetiea. 



Aitronomy, Kaviga- 
Cum and Stirveifing 



Sttatn EnginMTinff. 



Mechaniet and Ap- 
plied Mathematies. 



3i 



Coarse of the first term oontlnned. 



Thk Cblkstial Sphbbb: Spherical and 
rectangular co-ordinates; use of instru- 
ments, especially those for determining 
terrestrial latitudes and longitudes; re- 
fraction ; dip ; parallax ; the earth, sun, 
planets, and solar system in general; 
different units of time and calendars ; 
laws of universal gravitation, preces- 
sion, nutation, and aberration; the 
moon; eclipses and occultations; tides; 
comets and meteoric bodies; fixed 
stars ; nebuUe ; motion of the solar sys- 
tem ; solutions of the astronomical tri- 
angle ; use of the Nautical Almanso. 

Marine engines and boilers. Course for 
first term oontinned. 



Mbcrakics: Kinematics; dynamics; ki- 
netics; hydromechanics; the motion of 
prqjectiles; friction and other resist- 
ances; the applioation of mechanical 
principles to simple macblnes and to in- 
struments. 



Same as for the first 
term. 



White's A stronomy ; 
Chauvenet's Spheri- 
cal and Practical As> 
tronomy.* 

Bowditch's Kavigator. 

American Ephemerls 
and Kautioal Alma- 
nac. 



Sei#bett's Marine 
Steam Engine. 



Bowser's Analytical 
Mechanics. 

Bowser's Hydrome- 
chanics. 



16152 BEG- 



66 



COURSE OF IXSTRUCTION. 



THIRD YEAR— SKCOND CLASS— CoDtiDued. 



srroMi Trun-rontiuiif*!. 



ivptrtmetit. 



E;: 



% 
a 

0* 

c 
'A 



Subject. 



Tevt-booki 



Phy$\cs«nd CAfmii 
try 



Jfo<l#nft I««iij;iia2;«t 



I'liVMrn. Ri^ciiAtion* in liiebt and beat 

(*nu( llldo<|. 

KltM-trirtly and nini:n«tiiim commeBced. 

rmrtiral work in thi* |d)y«lcal laboratory : 
r.ililtraTloii of tbrrnjooiftrr*. d«t«rinl- 
natloaor thr brirromHric atate uf ih* 
atrotMtiDrr**, nipanuremfiitii of tbo co 
rfli«-Unta tif iMftaiiaiou and thoap«iciflr 
bcat and Utt>ut boat of Tariooa tab- 
iitAOc««: otbf*f rip<*rlnientainaatratiDK 
thd rnurMof atndy and leading to tb« 
Hkinftii UM^uf iniitrutu4*ota of prciriiiton 
Pbotoi^niph J. Gf>ii«-rat exprrliopota ll 
ln«tratio|c tba pbeoompua of «latirat 
and ToUaio oirctrirlty, aettlns np and 
romparlog gatrooic celU and arcootlary 
ballfrleo; DKnaaarinf tb«ir reaiataore 
ftnd clertrn-motivr forc<> ■ raUl»rati«in of 
|!aIvaiiniDot«'ni: d«<t4<mii nation of dip 
and bortuntal IntonMtT 



S«mo aa for tb«« t)r«* 

t«rni. 
Tbnropaon'a V\^ tr « 

Itv ao<l M«rn«>t.«i 
A yrion'a Pr«i iif a 

ElwtHritx 
Dar'a Rirrri**^ •< 

Elpctrlrml Mraa .f 

naota. 
Loctora Hotoa 



1| FKB^rti: lU^ilIu^ Kn>arb navapaprri. Aama aa for tb# r«: 
andiH>nir«raaliononitiibJfHt«nflb<iday j term, and Fr*f> t 
tbrmisa and writtao tian^laiiona. nawapapf r«. 



COURSE OF INSTRUCTION. 



67 



FOURTH YEAR- FIRST CLASS-LIKE DIVISION. 

FIBST TBHM. 



Department. 



»* 5 
V s 

a** 



a 
o 

S 

«»• 

3 
u 

a 

>5 



6>atnan«Atp. If aval ,; 
CoiMfrttelion, and 



SnbjectB. 



Tezt-bookd. 



SRAMAXBHir : U»ea of oompsM, leail. !ofi^, 
And eonoding machine*; principU's of 
roarlmapike aeiunansbip, including cut- 
t{Df(, fitting, and reeving rigging; de- 
Mcription and uaeaof aafla, their fitting^ 
and appliancea ; stowage and organisa- 
tion ; management of boats; handling 
aaiU; management under sail and un- 
der steam ; turning and maneuTerlng, 
wharfing, docking, towing, piloting, an- 
choring, mooring, etc.; emergencies; 
port drills and erolntioiis ; duties of 
officers and crew ; routine; rules of the 
road; laws of storms and management 
in cyclones; controlof behavior among 
waves, and performance in general. 

Naval Oonstructio!! : Definitions; his- 
tory and practice of shipbuilding in 
wood, iron, and steel; systems of con 
St ruction, subdivision, and armoring; 
systems of pumping, draining, ventlla^ 
ing. steering, and hoisting ; fittings in 
general; distribution of armor, guns, 
and boats; special constructions; taincb- 
ing : types of ships ; structural strength 
and strains i buoyancy and stability in 
the intact and the damaged conditions ; 
theory and observation of wares ; roll- 
ing and pitching; principles of Htowage; 
resistance, propulsion, and steering of 
ships ; qualities of ships ; construction 
and use of diagrams of qualities; the 
use of qualities. 

Naval Tactics : Organization of the fleet; 
school of the ship, section, and squadron; 
evolutions of the rtf«t: signaling by 
Army and Navy code; Navy and In- 
ternational codes of flag signals. 



(hrdnanet and Qun- 3 

fury. 



I 



OiiUNANCB IxsTRUCTTOics : Handling great 
guns ; preparing ship for action ; duties 
of ofiicera 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. 



Luce's Seamanship. 

Special Notes and 
Drawings. 

Navj* Department 
Pamphlets 

Whites Manual of 
Naval Arch Hectare. 

Tbearle's Naval Ar- 
chitecture. 

Thearle'a Theoretical 
Naval Architecture. 

Navy and Interna- 
tional Signal Booka. 

Fleet Drill Book. 
(Navy Department.) 

Welch's Text-book of 
Naval Arohitectnra. 



Ordnance Inst ractiona. 
Text-book of Ordnano* 
and Gunnery (Naval 
Academy p u b 1 i o a - 
tion). 
Gtlnnery Drill Book 
for the New Am 
ments. (Bui<>at 
I Ordnance p n b 1 
' tion.) 



68 



COURSE OF IN8TBUCTI0N. 



FOTJHTH YEAB^FIBST CLASS— LINE DIVlSIOX-ConUBoed. 

nBST TtBlf— COBtiBOed. 





1 1 


• 

• 

1 

E 


I>rp«rta»«iit 


•• 


e 




k « 


tm 




■1§ 


i 




6:3 


a 




s 


e 




» 


^ - 


Ordtu*»%rf and OuH' 






i»#ry-^\«tinaHL 




1 
1 



SobJeoUi 



T«xVbookB. 



r 



in;. 



• 



Mf'}*ntet and Ap- 



IxrAXTBT TACTir«: School of the toidl^r; 
•ohooloftbeooapaay: toboolof tbebat- 
Ultoo ; In^tmciMm for •kirmUbrr*. 

nrxxsHT ! The motioo of proJeettlM in • 
non n*«Utlii( idmUubi mad In air ; the 
m<*thod« t»f flnling tbo tnO^^^n'* ^^ 
rrmntolnK reloclty, and the ancle of 
fall: thviUiigt>rouaapar«t; alghtioicand 
pointltij; irunt; the eirora liaUe tu oc- 
cnr Id praetlee at ae*, and the methoda 
of «\-oldlnff them; the preparation of 
ranise Ublra, and eonvcUona fur Jump 
auU dnfl ; the deteriBlaatkm of rangea 
at 



UptOB'a Taetitia. 



TexVbook of (>rdnai>«« 

•ad Gnnnory i \«Tfti 

Aeadony pablica- 

tion). 
Rsterior Balllat.ra 

(NaTBl Aoadettij 

pobUratl<m). 
Ordnance Kotra a>A«-e 

of NoTal I n t r . U 

jeoace ) 



Admiralty MaaaaJ fcr 
the Derlatlona oi tbr 



I 



The TiiiOKT a«u PxArncB or Navioa ChanTrnet'e RpLnv »: 
iiox. inrladiui; Inatrucllon intbeilutiea and Practical A at rou 
of the navtifHttir. the eonatrurtion and omy. 
utM^uf iiiiri;!ftiinx lusifunirotA, the nae Walker'* Narvcatmo 
of i«Mr«. an 1 the M)latl«m of pntblrma ; • Bowdltch'a KaTl|pii<c 
deleittiiijiaiufn «if mrndiaadiataucea. Ameriraa Epbrf»fn« 

and Naatlcal A Ink* 



TtlB(»UT or TUB UBVtATlOX or TUB CoM- 

rAMi. incliitliuie thr tiAiurr aiitlr«a«*«of ' 
thi* at vrral iiarta of drvmtioo, tbr Uctrr 
mioatiou of thr rfrtu*«i and linn ion tal 
fi»n'r» <if tltt« earth and ahip, the rau««*a 
and amount of thf htehoff error, the 
chau^r* « liirh t^kr |i|*(« iip<i0 a I'baticr 
of fi«H>trr.iiihii a1 tM>^itiiin. the crAphtr i 
rrpreeebtAiuiu* vf tht> amount and dtn>c- ' 
lion of till* fiin*r> irlilrh acion Itir d< «Hlle 
and tho mtrlianlcal correction of the 
det tat Ion and br4'llnc errora. 



Ml't1i<»tM>l> t,f AUT S^l ARKi^r Thr llirory Johoaon • Mrlh.vi «.f 

of lr«at atinarea and prolmblt* ernira Leaat (^uarr* 

fun<Umriital ptniri|il»« of thr th«or\ 

prA«-ti(»l m«*th<Mla and fomuila* tudr 

priideot plwrtntiou* , cotiilttiiinrd ob 

a»r>AttMija 
Arriiti* Mt« MA^u^ ElA»lirujr. atrr** foileriU aApplu^l VI*- 

and atrAlu lhr«irr of atrurturt* chanii^ 

•tf«iii;th at»d drttMtiun of Ifcanii 

b*«jn« «*f Miiifumi rt«**tat«t'e 



COURSE OF INSTRUCTIOX. 



69 



FOURTH YEAR—FIRST CLASS— LINB DIYISION-^ontioaed. 

, FIRST TBRM~contiiiaed. 



Department. 





1 

a 


2| 

®e8 


o 
S 

o 


»• c 


b 


29 


J 


sr 


a 


B 


9 


?5 


■ 55 



Sut^jects. 



Physics and Chemis- 



try. 



Phybicb: Recitatioiia in electricity and 
.magnetism ; practical work in physical 
iMboratory; determination of the con- 
stants of galvsnoraeters ; testing am- 
meters and Toltmeters; running dy- 
namos and electros motors and meaanr- 
ing their efficiency ; experiments on the 
electric transmission of energy; testing 
cables and electiio light wires ; experi- 
ments upon indnction ; practice in pho- 
tography and micro photography. 



Text-books. 



Same as for the second 

class year. 
Lectnre Notes. 



HKCO.SD TKUM. 



Ssainanship, Naval 
Oonstruetum, and 
Naval Todies. 



4 I 4 Course uf the first term continued. 



Ordnanes and Oun- 
nsry. 



4 , 



GuNKKBT : Accuracy and rapidity of fire ; 
the probability of hitting ofatjecta of va- 
rious forms; the mean and probable 
en'orsof guns; deiivation of rules for 
coi recti: g certain errors which arise in 
practice at sea; the penetration and 
efiect of projectiles. 

OBD.XAXCB: The roannfaoture of guns; 
description of service guns; oomput»> 
tion of the strength and shrinkage of 
guns ; rifling ; rotation and its influence 
on the motion of prcvjectiles. The man- 
ufacture and use of gunpowder and 
other explosives ; the force developed 
when explosives are flred In their own 
volume, and the equation of motion of 
the projectile in the bore of a gun on 
this fajpothesis, and also on the hy- 
pothesis that the explosive bums pro- 
gressively; ^e laws of burning of 
gi-ains of gunpowder of various forms ; 
the formulas of Noble and Abel con- 
necting pressures with density of load- 
ing, and for determining the work of 
expansion in a gun ; development of the 
principles involved in loading guns; for- 
mulas conm*ctingmuxKleveIocitleeand 
pressures with the elements of loailing. 

GVH Cakriaokb: Their construction and 
tile mfscbanism employed in controlling 
and adjusting recoil, and the theory of 
Burh control. 

AMMUNITION: Itji preparation and use. 



Same as for the first 
term. 



Text-book of Ordnance 
and Gunnery (Karal 
Academy publica- 
tion). 



The Blaatio Strength 
of Guns ( K a V a 1 
Academy p u b 1 i o a- 
tion). 

Int«^or Ballistics 
(Naval Academy 
publication). 

Accuracy and Prob- 
ability of Fire 
(Kaval Academy 
publication). 

Nomenolatare of steel 
B. L. R. guns and 
carriages and mounts 
for Hotchkiss guna. 

(Bureau of Ordnance.) 



70 



COURSE OP INSTRUCTION. 



FOCRTU YEAR-FIRST CLASS-LINE DlVlSION-ConUnuod. 

»Ecoxti TKBii—a>ii tinned. 



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I' AHA iiu'luiUiis tbr iiatar« Mid cauat* of 
tlip M*Vfnil part* of the deviation, tlti- 
il«*tpf niitiatlnn of tho vertlcAl and hint 
yontttl forcen of tbo «artii and tb« •lu|i 
ttio taii^*** and amount of tbr b4*<*llii,; 
error, tbn rbniiKM whicb take )iU< «• 
up4iu a rhunecof f:»H>|fni|ihical iMMitioti. 
the i;ni|>hl« ri*pmM>ntail(ma (»f tbr 
Bfiionut and dimctloa of tbo force* 
vthich art on tbr ni^rdle, and tbe nie> 
rbaiilral CQmH'>tion of tbe d*«Tiatlou and 
the hm*hn(r error*. Navij^ation. 
liriiit04>iiAi*i«i(' SiKNBTixu; Tb« Inttni' 
menta tiaed . aelectlon and nieaaurrmrnt 
of banoA: detemiinatioB of aaiinutb of 
tia»e: tnani;nlatlont determination of 
liri);hl«; terelln^; plotting n anrTey; 
b>dro;*raphtcaI aurreylntc : tidal obaer 
Tttttooa; current oba«nratiooa; aaiUog 
dir«-ctiun*; tbe form of tbe earth, with 
•lieria) rrfereor* to tbe cunatruction of 
cbartJi; pr*Jei*liona: mnninit aufvr.va. 



Admiralty Manual l r 
tbe I>ei:a(ioo« of 
tbe Conjpaaa. 



ChauTenet • spbt nrai 
and Practic4il Aatmti 
otoy.* 

Pbelpa • Prmrllral Ua 
rine Sart-eyinc. 

Projection TaUUa. 



lory, and Laif. 



Pkv9%»Ury o''«i // 



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L«cilHMATio!tALLAW:Theoblecta.Murrea. (ilaaa'a Marine Inter - 
and aanrtiona of tntemntional law . tba nnttonnl Lnw. 
law a of war. embari;o. repriaal.andrelor 
•U»nibl«iclia<le;ci>utFabatidof war. right 
of«earrb. abip'a papem and national. t> : ; 
pri<f«: |>rt«at*H-rtn}e- plrary , therighia 
and dulira of itetitrAU; jart*dution 
itr*>r rr«»**Uat aeaand In terrttorial wn* , 
tem: fujitlvea and deaertrra, Itrrn 
111 tiA«1t . rr« aplnrra. 



l*MT*ioi(i<iT A^ti IlTftiR^r (ten^ral do- , Brown aEclr«t>r ri,)» 
••r}|iii«>u of tbe human body and It* lolO|(y. 
fiiutdnii* tbo arrrat of bemnrThage: 
r*«aw>(ati u fi^ni droWDlug: alrobo'.ic 

drtitk« (obiirr**. and other oannitra. ' 

I 

i(.^rttir«t« and prartuat itiatnx ti'>n. 
Vr djii* T " I to B 10 p m , a«Ulit 004I.1 



COURSE OF INSTRUCTION. 



71 



POGRTH TEA^B— FIRST CLASS— ENGINEER DIVISIOX. 



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Statnatuhip. Na ral 
Con$truction. and 
Ifaval Tacticj. 



SUam Engimtring. 



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Naval Coxbtkuctiox : Dcfluitions; his- 
tory and practice ot tbiplmilding in 
wood, iron, and Bteel ; aystpms of con- 
I Btruction, snbilivlsipn, and armoriDg; 
sysleran of pumplnf;, draiDiof;, ventilat- 
iuj(. Ateering, and hoisting; fittings in 
general; distribution of armor, guns 
and boats; special constructions; 
launching ; types of ships ; stmcturai 
strength and strains; buojrancy and 
htability in the intact and in the dam- 
aged conditions; theory and observa- 
tion of waves ; rolling and pitching ; 
principles of atowage ; resistance, pro- 
pulsion, and steering of ships; quali- 
ties of ships, construction and use of 
diagrams of qualities ; the use of quali- 
ties. 

Mabixb ExoixKS: General description of 
modern marine engines and their de* 
pendencies ; expansion of ateam ; piston 
speed and size of cylinders ; usea and 
construction of parts of a marine en- 
gine; calculations on twisting and 
bending moments; principles and con- 
stmction of condensers and pumps ; 
types of valves and valve gear, apd 
valve diagrams; principles aud con- 
struction of various types of pro(>ellers ; 
the indicator and its diagrams; power 
of an engine and calculations relating 
thereto. * 

Objecta of test trials; boiler trials 
aud their results ; fi iction of the engine 
and the dynamometer ; standard meth- 
ods and examples of engine trials. 

BOILBBS : Various types and efficiency of 
steam boilers ; fuel, combustion, evap- 
oration, and draaght; constmction of 
boilers in detail, and materials use<l ; 
details of fittings and attachmenta; 
causes of decay ; oare and preservation 
of boilers. 



Textbooks. 



White 8 Manual of Xa- 
val Architecture. 

Thearle's Naval Arch- 
itecture. 

Thearie's Theoretical 
Naval Architecture. 

Welch's Textbook of 
Naval Architecture. 

•Special Ketes and 
Drawings. 



Seaton's Marine En- 
gineering. 



Thurston's Engine and 
Boiler Trials. 



Wilson's Steam Boil- 

era. 
Shock's Steam Boil* 

crs • 



72 



COURSE OP INSTRUCTION. 



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which nAchiDery U anlOMlMl *B(1 the 
fMiftUnoo offtred to ibeMstimliui: r«U- 
Uvt* r»lno of inBt«trlAl« uMd lu macblo- 
ery : tMtlnx nuOerUU : prlnolplM bimI 
connideraiioDii goveming tho daalgn, 
dnwiuie. apivlficBtloiui, umI proporUon 
of the T»rioiu p«ru of eDgloM and 
boUpra, with practical appUcttlion la the 
deniipilBg room. 



Unwtn'a Elemrou vf 
Machlae DoalgD. 
WllnOD'fl Steam Ik*. I 

era. 
Shook'* Staam Bin'. 

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JjfecAanMV and Ap 
pHM MatkemuHet. ' 

Vhutiea and Chrmis- > 



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Sama aa for the line division. 



S^a aa fbr %hm ha<* 
dlTlaioo. 

Sama aa Ibr tha lir^ 
dlrlahw. 



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M Aatss FviifJiEa: Continuation of drat 
term coorae. 



PhTAiral prti|M<ni«M of ateam; oonrerti* 
hlhty of heat and work ; theory of tb<» 
•team engine; air and haat enginea . 
efbrirncy of an engine: tJieoratlcal con- 
•tdfratione gorrmlng the expan^ton af 
■tram : rfTf^ia uf cl^iranee. wire draw- 
ing. Jarkettng« Unur faction and ra- 
arap« •ration -, npenmenta on the aleam- 
engtoe. and the raHbodaof determining 
Ita efflrirorf . 

Boii.BBa- Coorae of the flnt term con- 
tin oed. 

I)ftiki4t«t!kij Ma* Mi\saT : Coaraa of tbf> 
flraC trrnj contltiutMl. 



S««alan'a Martne K-i 

Klne«»rlng. 
Thnratoa'a Bagloe and 

BoUarTriala. 
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aainica of Biachioea: tTanviutaaion and ehaaica. 
ci»o«vtai(ai o(rurrg> by diitda. Bowaar'a Ilidre 

mec haaira. 



4 hatnr m for tbo llnr dtTUi«iu. 



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COURSE OP INSTRUCTION 



73 



ASSIONMEKT OF TIME. 



Departmeiits. 


Fourth 
olasa. 


Third 
class. 


Second 

class. 


First 

rlas^ 

line 

diTision. 


First 

class, 

en^neer 

division. 




Ist 
term. 


term. 


let 
term. 


2d 
term. 


1 1st 
tet-m 


2d 

term. 

1 


1st 2d 
term. term. 


! 1st 

term. 

1 
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term. 


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Xavul T;ictic8 ...................... 




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Phvalcs and Chemistrv 








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EiieliHh Stadies, History, and Law .. 
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75 



TABLE OF COEFFICIENTS. 



Depantment and subjects. 



DiHcipline 

Stamamhip, Naval CimMtrv^etinn, and 
Naval TacticM, 
SesmSDsliip, Ship boildiniz, and Kavsl Tac 

tics .. 

Cmise Keports, Karigation Note Bookn, i 

Jonraals. and Station Bills 

Practice Cruise : 

Ordnance and Ounnery. 
Ordnance Instructions, Infantry I'acticit, | 

and Gnnnery , 

Ordnance and Gnnnery t 

Agtronomy^ NaviQation, and Surveying, i 
Aatronoraj, Navigation, and Surveying... 

Practice Cruise 

Steam Engineering. 
Steam Machinery, Marine Engines, and 

Boilers 

Summer Practical 'Work 

Marine Engines 

Designin g Machinery 

Boilers 

Mechanici and Applied Mathematiee. 
Differential and Integral Calculns, and 

Mechanics 

Least Squares snd Strength of Materials. 

Mechanics 

Phyeiesand Chemistry. 

Chemistry and Physics 

Physios 

Mathematie§. 

Algebra and Geometry 

Trigonometry, Anal^'tical Geometry, and 

Pescriptive Geometry 

Englieh Studies, History, and Law. 

English and History 

Engiiah, History, and Law 

Modem Languages. 

French, Spanish, and German 

Meehanieal Draifiing. 

Mechanical Drawing 

MikceUaiuouM. 
Physiology and Hygiene 

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76 COUH8E OF IN8TBUCTI0N, 

FBACTICAL INSTRUOTION OF CADETS. 

SEAMANSHIP, 

Knotting and tpliciDg: compass and lead lin«; ship nonienclatare ; cutting ai.*! 
ftttiog hemp rigging; catting and fitting wire rigging ; rowing, and the managem^ u t 
uf boata nndar oara and under aatl; saii mal&tng; making up, bending, nnbaodiu*: 
aud handling aaiU ; ngging ship ; stripping ship ; shifting spars ; getting under wa\ 
Mud anchoring; eTolutiotia with v«)stM)ls under sail and under steam ; signaling. Arm* 
aud Navjr code; management of steam launches; steam fleet tactics with strat:. 
iauuchea. 

ORDNANCE AND OVNNEBY. 

Setting up drill; school of the soldier; school of the company ; school of th<» Uat- 
talion (infantry); skirmish drill; school of the battery; school of the battalion variil 
lery) ; exercises with broadside guns, pivot guns, monitor guns, boat howitxrrs, al*. 
machine guns; target practice with small arms; target practice afloat with marhmt 
guns: rifled howitaers, HotchkiMS rapid-fire guns, and great guns; small-sword rxn* 
ctse ; broad-sword exercise ; bayonet exercise ; handling and firing torpedoes ; d«*t<'r- 
mination of the strength and elasticity of gun-metal with testing machine; determ it. a. 
tion of mutzie velocities with the Schults chrouosoope; determination of preesar«w» :r. 
guns by means of pressure gauges; experimeutal determination of range tables, al*4> 
of the Jump and the drift ; the preparation and inspection of ordnance material. 

Two gold medals afe awarde<l annually for marksmanship ; one to the cadet of tij<> 
first class who excels in great-gun practice, and one to the cadet of the second cU*« 
who excels in practioe with the service rifle and revolver. 

In June, IdUU, the great-gnu me<lal was awanled to Cadet Claude Bailey, of ArkAii> 
aa^. The practice was from the ntearner Siamili»kj at ranges varyiug from 1,1<M) yant% 
to l,4tMJ yards, with the Uotchkiss 3-poimder and 0-poundMr rapid-fire guns. Tb<* 
be»t three scores were : 



Po*« -r 

Scora. loai 



CadMllMlrj SU 

Cftilrl I'olftnut 2M 

I «ti«( Scboflria i« ■ 

Tlie scoring %vjm on ttit* M*rvire-%*erticn] target. 

1(1 Octotier, IH hi, tho i«itMll-4riii« ttie.lul W(i4 i4wanle«l toCa«tet Davison, of Mis^mir. 
Tiir tari^ets ii<«ml %%ere tlie Aniiv A ati«l B (t%T the Uotchkiss rifle, and a rectaui;le l** 
U\ *24 iiirh**« for the rewUvr. Thr M.'ore wan am follows : 



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COUBSK OF INSTRUCTION. 77 

ASTRONOMY, NAVIOATION, AND SURVEYING, 

Practical navigation; sarveyiog and constraoting 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 oonrses; from these observations find- 
ing the approximate and the exact co-efficients, and the horizontal and the 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. 

m 

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

PHYSICAL TRAINING, 

Class drills in calisthenics, free movements and with apparatus. 
Special exercises to promote symmetrical development when necessary. Athletic 
exercises, including boxing and swimming. 



PHOORAMMK OFPRACTICAI. INSTHT'CTIOV. 

Wh»*Ti inori* thnn oiio kmtl nf rxrtrcii»«» ui |nviirrib«Ml fliirioK a w««k llio Dnti>)>rr <»f tAch rirtri»» • 
liiUic*tv«l by a UkUIi' lu pAii'Ulht"*:*. 

FIRMT C'LAAli. 



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4 T.iri:**! t:r< fiti;Qii«{4) 

5 Hfr>A(|| |;4< tim (4). 
Mntiiior (It 

3 liittoWi'iii infmtrv. 

4 H.tttalioti artiUt'r^. 

1 Iltniiiiii>ft«>td 

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3 liru^Uword. 
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1 St«>ain 

2 "^tn ill •wonl. 

3 Str«tn 

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(^itiipntiy i4i. 

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Mniiittir ilr. 

S«*.tiiiaii«hiti 

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Motnttit (li. 

Maiiiiitioti Inf.intry. 

Ititt tl:uu«irullcr>. 

Sl»«nrn. 

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Itro.tdavrord. 

Small •wcint. 
St(<au:. 



Third di%'UiuD. 



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Moiiiitir (1) 
Stt'Hni twrtloB (41. 
M(i'iiti>r (I). 
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riiiiipHUV (4). 
Motntur i\). 

Sc<||II.I||i«llip. 

iUrtt-rv Ml. 

MnliMor (U. 

liai tuition Infantry 

I 111 ft.) 1 1 oil «rtulrr>. 

Hiuii(Uwur\l 

^tt'om. 

HriMiUword 

Sti'am. 

I'ntt iiral ordnanr«* 

Stj«.trn. 

Small Nwonl. 



Kouftb d»vi«'«.n 



Sti .1111 ta< iit'« ill 
M«iiiii<<r 1 1 • 

Trt'^t I |;T«*Mt (Ut.» I 

Mttiiitot I !• 

SfttlliAtmhlp 

(*o(i p.itix >4i. 
Mmiitor I II. 

IUlt»-i\ «4i 
MiMPtnr III 
lUtt-^ltion inf»; tr-\ 
r.itliilwib AJt.L r 
Strain 

Hr<*««i«wurd. 
St<>atu. 

Br 'ttiUwiird 

Strati! 

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Sr.4 tiADiliip ill. 


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rrnrttral onlDau('««. 

••t«Ml|l 

Ittuid^word 

Sjfam 

S-4iii«n«htp 
l»t«ri>ii iM-<>n)(»aMi4l 
S'i>Miatt«iliip (It 

'VMIU lll«ltlp 

<f«Mi« r 1 1 i|'Mrter«. 
"^MinAti^liip 
*<kitni-«h <4». 
<l««ti«»rrtl «jU(irt<»r» 'li 
Tari;«>t irr*-iit sfiinn (4 
S«*AMiati«htp il '. 
Torp» d>>«*« I 4" 
SraMI*n<i)Mp il > 

Stt'aii] t<4< f II 4 ill. 
<M*ii«<r<il nti4rtrT» •! I 
li.iif.t! n in'aiitr> (4) 
**#'arn*n«tjH' M • 
liitul It .aniM'Tj' (li 
S« .tniari<«hip (tl» 
Slr»*rii tJti tt<-* (3l. 
(irurraj i|u«rtrr* tSi 

Hittalion infAntrr 
It »ituit«>ii «( 'il.t'-ry. 
<»♦ ti»'f •! f;iiart(>t4. 
?*l»*A'i» tArti"*. 
)(.tit«. .Ill uiUotrr. 

S* <kiU.4U«ltip. 



Strain 

NiM 111.1 U*)ltp 

St "'a III. 

Hri>;i«lHward. 

StrHiu 

m vl.it nr<n>paa»(4) 

S«*.tiii4n<*hip ji) 

Srniii.tnwltip. 
<ti*hpriil t\ii irtrra. 
S4*Ani«iii«liip 

StrlMl liirtll'4 (4l 
(rt'lU'f jI «jM.»rt«T« (Il 
T"tp«»«lw« (4 1. 

S«' IIIIAIl'llip I I I 

Tn^.l K'^'a' »'u«« (4i 
•**-.»m in«lui» (1). 
.'^krniiMli il> 

iini'T*! fi'lA'tfTA '11. 
It iM.tl n nrti.!r>r% 'Il 
>r.irii4iii»li|{« ( 1 1 
lltltAl Ik urtllN-rv (3) 

S»««l||.-%lla*llt< < I) 
Strain lac^K •• ill 
(i«ai>ral iimai trrs i)i 

Ball ilion infifirr. 
II tti.tlcHi nri*il< rv. 
((I itrr al iin \>it ra 
*if»« tii« tai t "I « 
M iti limit inf.tiitry 

SrAiltat>>i)l.)*. 



ANNTAL I:XAMINATI4)N 



Trartir*! cttxlwm. 



Mtii.ill Afiurd 

'^l*«<«MI 

*^.«tiiioah fk 

St» Mill 

IliuiiUmnnl 

I>iM U! |tt'i>tlp«»«- 4 

SrAiiiari*!-it* • 1 • 
•it ittiitti «l,i;i 
ti'-rtf r il •,>iMrt«ra 

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l'or]M«iiiM«« I 4i 

♦ rrtirf a* n i\r^'—9 t 
**t«» im IA» I r* I 
S« AMiati*!) tp 1 1 ' 
Skif <n «ri i4i 
Si ant an all :p M » 
lAftTrt enpAl ^UQM 4 

< •• 11 r *l ip iir *• •• I 

fill t^l 11 thftl)*! 1 I- 
S* am iti*)t>|t f 1 
haltal D irti !• f T i3< 

S«-An<ai|«|||p tt 

St •■Am I •« til • 1' 
(fttitrial iiuart* r« 1* 

IttttallfHt lnUn'r> 
I'ki'lAl-oti atlM I \ 
I • ti' r 11 ■! Ari> < * 
St«-At|l t ♦(♦• «•• 

lUnati.in "Mmv**x. 

S* AlUAbAtiip 



• !»Mr ,f.^ •»'• «rt'»r.'b« "f I»-v»ir'^T Tai.'i*''* ••*■«'. I • *""»f^_ imn i5i Saturdav dtih p*ii«*«U •trd«'«> t»d 
-' \.*tl * i *u Utt*,tlf } *ti p*a* < Iff tt*M M •«4>l'4(r il« tail ••ui.A. 



rRACTICAL INSTRUCTION. 



79 



9ECOIVD CL.Ai*M. 



Aca ^^ 
luonthA. ^ 



(Al, 



Nov 



Dec" 



Jan' 



Feb* 



Mar. .. 



April.. 



May. 



1 
2 

3 
4 
1 
2 

3 

4 
1 
2 



5 
M. 

T. 

Th. 

F. 

S. 



Jane 1 to 
10 



First dlTision. 



Secood dmsioQ. 



Tliinl dirisioD. 



Fonrtb diTiftlon. 



1 


Company. 


Company. 


Target machine gans 


Steam launches. 


2 j Ball try. 


Battery. 


Steam Isunches. 


Target iimohiueguns 


3 , Seamannhip. 


Seamanship. 


Seaiuan«hip. 


Seamanship. 


4 


Target machine gnns 


Steam launches. 


Company. 


Company. 


1 


Seamanship. 


Seamanship. 


Seamanship. 


Seamanship. 


2 


Steam launches. 


Target machine gnns 


Batlerv. 


Batierv. 


3 


Battalion infantry. 


BatUhou infantry. 


Battaliuu infantry. 


Battalion infantry 


4 


Battalion artillery. 


Battalion artillery. 


Battalion artillery. 


Battalion artillery. 


1 


Small sword. 


Steam. 


Navv signals. 


Steam. 


2 


Steam. 


Small sword. 


Steam. 


Navy Signals. 


3 I Nary signals. 

4 ' 

1 Steam. 


Steam. 


Small sword. 


Steam. 


Nary signals. 


Steam. 


Small sword. 


2 1 Broadsword. 


Steam. 


Signals. 


Steam. 


3 


Steam. 


Broailsword. 


Steam. 


Signals. 


4 


Signals. 


Steam. 


BroaiUword. 


Steam. 



SEMIANNUAL EXAMINATION. 



Steam. 
Small fiword. 
Steam. 

Practical ordnanoe. 
Steam. 

Broadsword (4). 
Seamanship (1). 
S«<atuan<«hip. 
(>**neral quarters. 
Seamanship. 
Target grea' gnns(4). 
Geueialq iiarters {,). 
Skirmiah (4). 
Seamanshii) (1). 
Sleam tactiCM (4K 
Stsamannhlp (1). 
Small swonl (4). 
General qnartcors (I) 
Battal n infantry (4) 
Seamanship (1). 
Battal nartilleiT (3). 
Seamanship (3). 
.Seamanship {3). 
(general quarters (3>. 

Battalion infantry. 
Battalion artillery. 
General quarters. 
Small flwonl. 
Battalion infantry. 
Seamanship. 



Signalx. 
Steam. 
Small sword. 
Steam. 

Practical ordnance 
Broadsword <4>. 
Seamanship (I). 
Seamanithip 
General auarters. 
Sell man snip. 
Slcirmish(i). 
General quarters ( 1 ) 
Target greatgans(4). 
Sfsmauship (i). 
Small sw'ird (4). 
Seamanship (1). 
Steam tactics (4). 
General quarters (I). 
Battal n infantry (4). 
Seamanship (1). 
Battal n srtillery (3) 
Seamanship (8). 
Seamanship (3). 
General quarters (3) . 

Battalion infantry. 
Battalion artillery. 
General quarters. 
Small swonl. 
Battalion infantry. 
Seamanship. 



Steam. 

Practical ordnanoe. 
Steam. 
Small sword. 
Steam. 

Broadsword (4). 
Seamanship (1). 
Seamausbip. 
General quarters. 
SeaniiinHhip. 
SttMim tactics (4). 
General quarters (1). 
Smallsword (4). 
.Seamanship (1). 
Target gTeatgani(4). 
Seamanship (1). 
Skirmish (4). 
General quarters (1) 
Battal n infantry <4). 
Seamanship (1). 
Battal'n artillery (3) 
Seamanship (3). - 
Seamanship (3). 
General quarters (3) 

Battalion infantry. 
' Battalion artillery. 
General quarters. 
Small sword. 
Battalion infantry. 
Seamanship. 



Broadsword. 
Steam. 

Practical ordnance. 
Steam. 
Small Hworrl. 
BroadMwonI (4) 
SeamanMhip (i;. 
Seamanship. 
Gener»l quarters 
Seaniaiii^hip. 
Small nw«iri( (4). 
General quarters (1). 
Steam tat'iieii (4). 
Seainauf*hip(l). 
SkirmUh (Ai. 
Seamanship (1). 
Target ureat guns(4). 
Generalquarters (1>. 
Battal'n infantry (4). 
Seamanship (U. 
Battal'n artillery <8). 
Seamanship (3). 
Seamanship (3). 
Gennral quarters (3). 

Battalion infantry. 
Battalion artillery. 
General quartern. 
Small sword. 
Battalion infantry. 
ScMuaiiahip. 



ANNUAL EXAMINATION. 



* During the months of December, January, and February, two (2) Saturday drill periods are devoted 
to battalion infantry, in place of the schedide detail drills. 



80 



PRACTICAL INSTRUCTION 



■BCONO CI^AIIS. 



1 

« 

* 






f! 



SottoMr 



t 



FInt dlrtelon. 



S«<>oDd dirUion. 



1 Xaeblae sbop a. n. 
! Target Biachiii* 
' in>a« p- m* 

3 I Miif hkao »bop il m. 

Taf grt heirttMr* p. 
m. 
8 ' MarhiMilMipa.m. 
KignAJb p.m. 

4 RnaBleff slrain cot* 

Wt% m. m. 
; UowtUcrs afloAl p. 



ft 

• 



10 



liArblBa «bop a. B. 
! Boaup.Bi. 

Uachlne «h«p il m. 
j Taritrt gi^oai k^o* 
p.m. 

IfM-hlnr abop A.ia. 

Steaitt Lm:uc« p. D>. 

MacbliM abop & m. 
Buaup m. 

Macbla« •bop a. m. 
Tatxel MDail ana* 

p lU. 

Macbla« abop a. m, 
BuaU p. m. 



If arblae abop a. m. 
Uowiu«ni afloat p. 

Uschlaa ihop a. m. 
T a r IT «• t niacblae 

giiDa p. m. 
Vacbloe abop a. ni. 
Target bowltaer* p. 

m. 
RuttiiiDg steam eot- 

Wf a. m. 
Sijpiala p. m. 

Ma«'hiae tbop a. m. 
Bciatii |». ni. 
Mac blue abop a, n. 
Tariert amaU arma 

p.m. 
Marbioe abop a. m. 
Inrisrl great guoa 

p.m. 
Mai-hiDe abop a. m. 
HtraiD tactUta p. w. 

Ifat'hinr abop a. ml 
lloaia p. m. 

If a< hioe abop a. m, 

BcMit* p.BL 



Tblrd dlTfakm. 



Foortb diTtaioa. 



If acblne abop a. ml 
Aixaala p. n, 

Hacbioe abon a. n. 
Uowltaera attoat p. 

m. 
IflacbliM abop a m. 
Target macbtoe 

guoa p. n. 
Rnaalag aCaaiB oat- 

ierean. 
Target bowitaws p. 

m. 
llflcblae abop a» n. 
Iloata p. m. 
If arblne abop a. m. 
ISoaup.iD. 

If acblae abop a. m. 
Target anali ansa 

p. m. 
If acblae abop a. n. 
Target great guaa 

p.m. 
MaebtiM abop a. ml 
Btoaa tactica p. ok 

If arblne abop a. n. 
BoaUp.n. 



If aeblae abop a. i» 
Target boirtu«>r« |» 

m. 
Macbloe abop a m 
8igaalap.B. 

If acblae abop a m 
Howitaen aflu«t p 

m. 
Kuaalag steam < ut 

teraa.m. 
Target machtx^ 

gaaa p. m. 
If acblae abwp a. m 
Boats p.BL 
If aebiae abop a tr 
Steam tactic* p m 

If acblne shop a m 
boaUp.m. 



»aboti a 

■mall I 



m 
a/tii» 



If acblae ab 
Target 

p.m. 
Macblae abcip a ra. 
Target great <uu« 

p. m. 
Ifacblne abop a m 
Iloata p. m. 



PRACTICAL IN8TBUCTION. 



81 



THIRO ri^AflM. 



demio 
Montlts. 



« 



Oct. 



Hot. 



■AfvC • a •< 



Jan' 



Feb* 



Mat 



April. 



Mfty. 



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



Jnnel 
10 



June 10 

to 
Aug. 28 



1 
2 
8 

4 
1 
2 

8 

4 
1 
2 



1 

2 

8 

4 

5 
M. 

T. 
W. 

Th 
F. 
S. 



1U>< ? 

• I 5 



First divMion. 



Second diriAtoD. 



Third diTiakm. 



Oompaoy. 

Battery. 

Seamanahip. 

Boato. 

Seamanahip. 

Boats. 

Battalion Inlkntry. 

Battalion ariillery. 

&nalt sword. 

BtKjKins lofU 

Broadside gnna. 

Seamanahip. 
Small swora. 
RiglCiBg loft. 
Pirotgnns. 



Company. 

IteUery. 

Seamanship. 

Boats. 

Seamanship. 

Boats. 

Battalion infantry. 

Battalion artillery. 

Seamanship. 

Small swora. 

Rigging loft 



Boats. 

Boats. 

StoamaQship. 

Company. 

Seamanship. 

Batterr. 

Battalion inliantry. 

Battalion artillery. 

Broadside guns. 

Seamanship. 

Small swora. 



Broadside gnns. Rigging loft. 

Target small arms. Plrot gnns. 

Small sword. ! Target small anna. 

RiiCK^KlofL I Smallsword. 



Foarth division. 



Boats. 

Boals. 

Seamaasliip. 

Company. 

Seamansnip. 

BattoT^. 

Battalion infantry. 

Battalion artilleiy. 

Rigging lofL 

Broadside gnns. 

Seamanship. 



Small sword. 
Risking lofU 
Pivot gnns. 
Target small arms. 



SKKI-AKXUAL BXAMINATION. 



Target small arms. 
Smul sword. 
Rigging loft 
Army signals. 
Target plstoL 
Company (4). 
Seamanship (I). 
Seamanship. 
General qoarters. 
Seamanship. 
Target sm'U arms(4). 
General qnarten (1). 
Skirmish (4). 
Seamanship (1). 
Seamanship. 

Boats (4). 

General quarters (1). 
Battal'n Infantry (4). 
Seamanship (1). 
Battal'n artillery (3). 
Seamanship (3). 
Small swora (3). 
General qnartera <8). 

Battalion Infintry. 

Battalion artillery. 

General qaartara. 

Boats. 

Bsttation inihntry. 

Seamanship. 



PiTot gans. 
Target pistol. 
Smul sword. 
Rigging loft 
Army ugnals. 
Company <4). 
Seamanship (1). 
Seamanship. 
Greneral quarters. 
Seamanship. 
Skirmish (4). 
General quarters <1). 
Target sm'll arms(4). 
S4*amanship (1). 
Boats (4). 
Seamanship (11. 
Seamanship (4)> 
General qnartors (1). 
Battiirn infantry <4). 
Seamanship (1). 
Battal'n artillery (3). 
Seamanship (3). 
Small sword (3). 
General quarters (8). 

Battalion Infiutry. 

Battalion artillery. 

General quarters. 

Boats. 

Battalion infan^. 

Seamanship. 



Rigging loft 
Army slgnids. 
Target ptstoL 
Smidl sword. 
Rigging loft. 
Company (4). 
Seamanship (1). 
Seamanship. 
General quarters. 
Seamansnip. 
Seamanship (4). 
General qnartera (1).! 
Boats (4). I 

Seamanship (1). 
Target sm'll arms(4) . ' 
Seamanship (1). 
Skirmish (4). 
General quartern (1). 
Battal'n infiintry (4). 
Seamanship (1). 
Battal'n artillery (8). 
Seamannhip (3). 
Small sword (3). 
General qnarteis (8). 

Battalion infantry. 

Battalion artlUeiy. 

General quarters. 

Boats. 

Battalion infantry. 

Seamanahip. 



Small sword. 
Rigging loft 
Army signals. 
Tarset pistol. 
Smi^ sword. 
Company (4). 
Seamanship (1). 
Seananship. 
General qnartors. 
Seamanahip. 
Boate(4). 

General ouuten (1). 
Seamananip. 

• 
Skirmish <4). 
Seamanahip (1). 
Target sm *ll arms(4). 
General quarters (1). 
Battal'n infantry (4). 
Seamanship (1). 
Battal'n artillery (3). 
Seamannhip (8). 
Small a word (8). 
General quarters (3). 

Battalion infantry. 

Battalion artillery. 

General quarters. 

Boats. 

Battalion infantry. 

Seamanship. 



ASNUAL EXAMINATION. 



Practice oruise. 



* During the months of Deoerober, January, and February two (2) Saturday drill periods are deroted 
to battalion Infantry in place of the schedule* detail drills. 



16152 BEO- 



6 



82 



PRACTICilL INSTRUCTION. 



rovR'Tii ci^Asn 



deiiiif 



Ktritt ilirtaioo. 



S*H'Oiiil (liviitinn. 



Third dirUion. 



Fourth dlvMion 



Oct. 



VOT 



I>«e*.. 



Jab 



1 
2 

3 
4 
1 

1 

a 

4 

I 

2 
3 
4 



3 
4 



r«>nipati>'. 
liiiili r\.' 
S> utiinuahip. 

I'.O.I'I*. 

?M amanship. 
Itoatn. 

iUilulion tnfantrv, 
H>it(»lion Mrtillcry. 

K'lvot guo*. 
it} mnMittm 



<\<ni|iauT- 
'%• <ini4Uiiihi|> 

ItoitA. 

StuniaDKhip 

Hattahon inftintry. 
, itKttaliiiti uriiUrry. 
liyiiiii.iotitji. 
I>an< iDK- 
UlKjCtng luft. 

I I*i\oi gitna. 



S«-iiitiarmhltt. 
("oinpuuy. 
S< aitiMUnhip. 

I Hattitltnn infanCry. 

I Ilitt.iliuTI Altlllrrj, 

Hto.M)«iiir cuua. 
U\ llilirtntlr^. 
, Urtocing. 

Ri»:i:i»)r loft. 

<t\ iiitiaHtu*. 
l>aiu iQg,. 



S(*««tiian«hip 

roiii|>Aiiy. 
S«M 111 a hill 1(1. 

Il.it tiTV 

naliAiinn tnfAntrt 
Itartitli«io «rttiieri 
Kii:i:i!i^ loft. 

I ItnMKiMxlr cuna. 

' (i> niiuMtK'M. 

Doming. 
KlCKlti^ loft 

I'lVlll JIIIIB 

(iymna^tira. 



I ft 



8RMI ANNUAL RXAMINATION. 



I 



P»b< 



M«r 



April 



1 

1 



May 



W 



I 



M 



! 

.Ibi>^ 1 to f 

to [ 

All > \ 

8« |4 . . . t 

3 



(»\ rnni*«llca 
Ituii-itii: 
iltCCiuK iofl. 
Paiinni: 
<(-> innoAtiriL 
('«iiiifian> {H. 
H.-.ini in«hip (1). 
St aniAn«)ii{t 
4tf*D<'r.il quArtf>ra. 

<r > IKIIAttUM (4). 

(i' tit*ril quarter* (1). 

SWirii>i«li (4) 
>«»tt'«tAn*)iip (1). 
S<>aaiAuahip 

Bnato f4> 

!*• iM r.«I <|UArtf>r«<l>. 
lUtcai ti II iMitry (4) 
S< Aiiai ■■)>■(» 4 n 
llattjl 'iattillfry (3). 
S«-.imaii*)ii|i 4:0. 
S «iiM»i -liip n> 
<i ( Urr .1 ) qturt ff* ( 3 ) 

Bvtta'inn Infantry. 
lU»ti.iii<iii «iiiiUrr). 
lir !>• ral 44aart4rm. 

}Ut(Ah<in Infantry. 

S^jiniati*bi}> 



RnMutMi<I«« iniD*. 
{\\ iunttntica. 

Ku- »:•?)(! loft. 

I>ntj< In;:. 

roiiip,in\ (4) i 

S««ainui>"hip (1). 

S4 Aiiiati'hlp. I 

(*<<t rr.il i|iittrt«nk 

**«-»rn.in««liip. 

SklllMNll ti) * 

(ti iii'r»l()ii.irl«rv (If. 
(r\ nitiAnli* 1 '4) j 

H*>Ani iiixliip (1). 
lUiifttA 441 
'^i- u III Jill •♦htp (1) 
S'* ininii^hip |4> 
4 M-iiiT.!! <|U trt«-r*> (1), 
ft:»t(iil n nif.iiitr\ (4). 
•*« jn.nn«)ii]> (1) 
\UUAi narnM(«ry (3). 
Saiituii*^i|» (3;. 
S**iif» in<*hip (li 
ijttiiTitl i|U4rt«-ra(3) 



lUttalmn infantrr 

It it:alt«)ii iirtiliffy 

< rf^tir ral <)ti»ttrra. 

fl« At* 

It ttidhon InfRutr^. 

Sc>attiAO«iilp. 



Rifffftng loft. 
D.tin inu. 
Ct\ iiiiiunura. 
I)nnriiii:. 
Kicirtiic loft. 
(\tiMp<iny (4) 
K«%itniiti»)iip (1) 
SvMiiiatiahip. 
(it iit>ral <|iiartrrm. 
S»Min*n««liip. 
8«'arii Minhip (4) 
(iiMifrat ({uartprad). 
Ho.iia (4) 
SfAttiaiiAtiip <Il. 
(( vnitia«lit M (41 
S*stniaii«liip (1). 
Skirinttth Hi. 
4t«Mi»'r:il4^tiMrt(*r« (1). 
H ttt**! II iiiriitti> (4|. 
.^ ini.tn<«litp ( 1 1 
Il.ittal II nrtillfr> (3). 
S<-'itiuui«titp <1>. 
St aiTiAiiAliip i3K 
(f ruf«ral qu*rt«*ni (3). 



ItAttAlmn infantry. 
I Biialioii artillrrj. 
I t if ti<*r«kl i|ii*rtfitt. 

I It'Stl* 

Hitttuli)«n iiifuotry. 
hetttiianahip 



DiuirinK 

UlKCtUlC loft. 

I>i4iti iDi; 

(rTnina*tU^ 

Dan* iiiK 

(*oiiip.(in f4) 

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>f-l5" ANNUAL KEGISTER 

I NITE]) STATliS NAVAL ACADEMY, 

ANNAPOLIS. MD. 

FOHTYrSEVENTH ACADEMIC YEAR. 

189] -'92. 



WAt^TMNXiTOK: 



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ANNUAL REGISTER 

^r 07 THB 

dSited states naval academy, 

ANNAPOLIS. MD. 



F0BTY-8EVENTH ACADEMIC YEAB, 
1891-'92. 



WASHINGTON: 

OOTxKinuKT pRiMTiHo orricB. 

UBl. 



GIFT 
DEAN M. E. COOLE' 



CONTENTS. 



Paca 

Historical Skrtch ....——.. 5 

superintkudknts -.— -. 9 

Board of Visitors 11 

AcADKMic Calendar .- — 12 

Calendar, 1891-92 13 

Officers of the United States Naval Academy 15 

Academic Board — -. 18 

Cadet Officers - 19 

Practice Cruise, Summer of 1891 19 

Practical Instruction, Summer of 1891 21 

cljlsses, at the beginning of the year 1891-*92 22 

Numerical Summary - 29 

Cadets, with Relative Standing in Classes, June, 1891 31 

Appointments, Discharges, Resignations^ Dismissals 48 

Merit Rolls ^ 51 

Regulations for Admission of Candidates 65 

Course of Instruction 71 

Assignment op Time 85 

Programme of Recitations 86 

Table of Co-efficients 87 

Course of Practical Instruction 88 

Programme of Practical Instruction 90 

Summary of Practical Instruction 95 

3 



THE UNITED STATES NAVAL ACADEMY. 



The United SUtes Naval Aeademy was founded in 1845 by the Hon. George Ban- 
croft, Secretary of the Navy, in the administration of President James K. Polk. It 
was formally opened October 10 of that year under the name of the Naval School, 
with Commander Franklin Buchanan as superintendent. It was placed at Annapolis, 
Md., on the land occupied by Fort Severn, which was given up by the War Depart- 
ment for the pn rpose. The course was fixed at five years, of which only the first year 
and the last were spent at the school, the intervening three years being passed at sea. 
This arrangement 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 mid- 
shipmen, appointed after 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 followed in order by the subsequent dates until the reorganiza- 
tion of the school in 1860. 

In September, 1849, the following board was appointed to revise the plan and the 
regulations of the Naval School : 

Commander William B. Shubriok, 

Commander Franklin Buchanan, 

Commander Samuel F. Dn Pont, 

Commander George P. Upshur, 

Surgeon W. S. W. Ruschenberger, 

Professor William Chauvenet. 

Captain Henry Brewerton, U. S. Army. 
The plan reported by the board was approved, and went into operation July 1, 
1850. The new organization provided for a course of seven years, the first two and 
the last two at the school, and the three intermediate years at sea. The school was 
placed under the supervision of the Hureau of Ordnance and Hydrography, and its 
name was changed to the United States Naval Academy. The corps of professors was 
enlarged, the course was extended, and the system of separate departments with ex- > 
ecutive heads was fully adopted. It was provided that a board of visitoss should 
make an annual inspection of the Academy and report upon its condition to the Sec- 
retary of the Navy. A suitable vessel was attached to the Academy as a practice 
ship, and the annual practice cruises were begun. 

After the system had been in operation a year new changes were proposed, and the 
recommendations of the academic board on the subject were referred to the board of 
examiners for the year 1851, composed of the following-named officers': 

Commodore David Conner, 

Captain Samuel L. Breese, 

Commander C. K. Stribling, 

Commander A. Bigelow, 

Commander I«^nklin Buchanan, 

Lieutenant Thomas T. Craven. 

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U18TORICAL. SKKTCH. 



Tbe change recommended by the board of examiners, and adopt«l by th« DepMt- 
ment,con«iiited mainly in leaving out the requirement of three years of sea aervioe id 
the middleof the course, thus making the four years of study consecutive. Tbe |>r»« 
tice crui(«e supplied the place of the omitted nea service, and gave better opportoin 
ties of training. The change went into ofM^ration in November, 18M, together with 
other improvements recommended by the board. This system baa Iteen continoeti. 
with some slight moditications, to the present time. The first class to receive the 
benefit of it was that which entered in 1K51. Six members of this class complrt*^! 
the course io three years, and were graduated in June, 1854; tbe rest of the cla** 
followed in lHr>5. 

In May, 1861, on the outbreak of the war, the Academy was removed to Newport. 
R. I. The three np(>er clashes w«*re detached and ordered to sea, and the remain inc 
acting midshipmen were «|uartered in the Atlantic House and on board tbe frigate* 
Contlitutiom and Suntre. In the summer of 1805 the Academy was moved bttck t<' 
Annapolis, where it has since remained. 

When the Bureau of Navigation was established, July 5, 1863, the Academy wa* 
place«l under its 8U|»erviHion ; March 1, 1867, it was placcMl under the direct care aii«l 
supervision of the Navy Department, the administrative routine and financial niitii 
ageuient being still conducted through the bureau. On the 11th of^aroh, 18*%*, tin* 
utlicial connection with the Bureau ccast^d, but was renewed by the gent*ral ordrr o( 
the Navy m^partment issued June 25. 18S:^. 

The term of the academic course was changed by law, Mnroh 3, 1873, from four to 
1*1 X years. The change t4Mik efifect with the class that entered in the follow iij; 
summer. 

In 18(M) a class of acting third assistant engineers was ordered to the Acadeioy for 
iustrrction. The coiitue eiiihrace^l the siil»ji'Cts of steam enginf*ering, ipechaui»U). 
rheuiiMtry, mechanicH, and practical exenini'ii with the Mtfani engine and in tlir 
machine shop. This claHii was graduated in Inue, 1S('»H, together with twu ca«i(t 
eni;ineer« who had eiitertHl the Academv in l8i)7. After an interval of four Tear* 
in Octol»er, 1871, a new class of cadet eugincers wum ailiiiitt<Hl. This claas follow <-•! 
a two yearn' r<>iirs«*, hoiiic\\ hut inori* extnuled than that of the claM of 18<k8, and w a* 
graduated in 187;{. In 1^72 and 1^7.i new rlass4*s were ailuntte^l, the first of whu !• 
Irft ttie AcailtMiiy in 1K74, and tlu* fieonnd in 1875. By au act of (\ingreM, approvnl 
Krhruary 24. 1h74, thf« ctuinM* of inatiiirtmn for nidtt eiiginciTN was made four yc^ii* 
instead of two : tht* nrw provmiou was timt applied to the class entering theAcadnnx 
in the year 1874. 'I Ins class won graduated in June. 1H78. 

By an act of ('ongress, approved August 5, IK^'J, it was provided that from that 
date *' there shall l>e no app4iintiiients of cadet iiiidf»hipnien or cadet-engineers at 
the Na\al Academy, but in lieu thereof' naval cablets shall be api>ointed from each 
i\ingreMiional dintrirt and at large, as now providftl by law for ca^let-nutUbipiueD. 
and all the undergradiiateA at the Naval Academy shall heirafter be designated and 
called 'naval cadets;' and from tho«»e who Muccetc^fully coiiipiete the sit yeans' course 
sp|Mjintments shall hereafter l>e made as it is neceasary to till vacancies in tbr lower 
^iadt*sof the line and Kiigineer Cor|H« of the Navy and of the Marine Cor|is: And ptK* 
r%Ard fmrtkrr. That no greater nniiilirr of a|ipoiittinents into theM^ grades shall be 
made each year than nhsll <M|iiaI the number of \aruncies whirh has uccurrv«d in the 
•ame grail«« during the preceiling year: muvU ap|Hiititnieiits to lie made from the 
icraditatrftof the year, at thec4iti( lu«iuu of their aix years' conrse, in the order of ment . 
OS detrfniiiMsl b) the aradrtiiic board of the Naval Acaileuiy ; the aiw>ignmcnt to the 
\arious our]M to l>e made by the S<*oretary of the Navy u|>ou the re<H»iitmeudatH>t) 
uf tbr acaileniic t>oard. But nothing herein eontaitied shall retiuce the nuiulier (»f 
appointiuenta from auch cra^ltiates lielow ten in each yrar, nor deprive of such a|- 
ptiintmriit an> graduate h ho may complete the mix } earn' course dnriiig ttie year etc! * 
ern hiindrvnl and ei^lit\ two And il there he a surplus of grstlustes, thotM* mlui «.« 
-<>i rrrr>iTe surh appointiurnt ahall l»e gi\eu a certihcste of graduation, an hon.«r- 



HISTORICAL SKETCH. 7 

able discharge, and one year's sea pay, as now provided by law for cadet-midship- 
men ; and so much of section fifteen hundred and twenty -one of the Revised Statutes 
as is inconsistent herewith is hereby repealed. 

'^That any cadet whose position in his class entitles him to be retained in the serv- 
ice may, upon his own application, be honorably discharged at the end of the four 
years' course at the naval academy, with a proper certificate of graduation.'' 

The act of Congress, approved March 2, 1889, provides that " the academic board 
of the naval aca€lemy shall on or before the thirtieth day of September in each year 
separate the first class of naval cadets then commencing their fourth year into two 
divisions, as they may have shown special aptitude for the duties of the respective 
corps, in the proportion which the aggregate number of vacancies ooouring in the 
preceding fiscal year ending on the thirtieth day of June in the lowest grades of 
commissioned officers of the line of the navy and marine^ corps of the navy shall 
bear to the number of vacancies to be supplied from the academy occurring during 
the same period in the lowest grade of commissioned officers of the engineer corps of 
the navy ; and the cadets so assigned to the line and marine corps division of the 
first class shall thereafter pursue a course of study arranged to fit them for service in 
the line of the navy, and the cadets so assigned to the engineer corps division of 
the first class shall thereafter pursue a separate course of study arranged to fit them 
for service in the engineer corps of the navy, and the cadets shall thereafter, and 
until final graduation at the end of their six years' course, take rank by merit with 
those in the same division, according to the merit marks ; and from the final gradu- 
ates of the line and marine corps division, at the end of their six years' course, ap- 
pointments shall be made hereafter as it shall be necessary to fill vacancies in the 
lowest grades of commissioned officers of the line of the navy and marine corps; 
and the vacancies in the lowest grades of the commissioned officers of the engineer 
corps of the navy shall be filled in like manner by appointments from the final 
graduates of the engineer division at the end of their six years' course: Provided, 
That no greater number of appointments into the said lowest grades of commissioned 
officers shall be made each year than shall equal the number of vacancies which 
shall have occurre<l in the same grades during the fiscal year then current ; such ap- 
pointments to be made from the final graduates of the year, in the order of merit as 
determined by the academic board of the naval academy, the assignment to be 
made by the Secretary of the Navy upon the recommendation of the academic board 
at the conclusion of the fiscal year then current; but nothing contained herein or in 
the naval appropriation act of August fifth, eighteen hundred and eighty -two, shall 
reduce the ii umber of appointments of final graduates at the end of their six years' 
course below twelve in each year to the line of the navy, and not less than two shall 
be appointed annually to the engineer corps of the navy, nor less than one annually 
to the marine corps ^ and if the number of vacancies in the lowest grades aforesaid, 
occurring in any year shall be greater than the number of final graduates of that 
year, the surplus vacancies shall be filled from the final graduates of following years, 
as they shall become available." 

'< That after the fourth day of March, eighteen hundred and eighty-nine, the mini- 
mum age of admission of cadets to the academy shall be fifteen years and the maxi- 
mum age twenty years.'' 



SUPERINTENDENTS 



or THB 



UNITED STATES NAVAL ACADEMY. 



Aanmed commAnd : 

8ept. 3|'1845. — ("otnmander Franklin Buchanan. 
Mar. 15, 1K47. — Commander George P. Upslmr. 
Jnly 1, 1850. — Commander Cornelius K. Stribling. 
Nov. 1, 185S. — Commander Louis M. Ctoldsborough. 
Sept. 15, 1857. — Captain George S. Blake. 
Sept. 9, 1865. — Kear-Admiral Darid D. Porter. 
Dec. 1, 1869. — Commodore John L. Wordeu. 
Sept. 22, 1874.— Kear-Admiral C. R. P. Rod^rers. 
July 1, 1878. — Commodore Foxhall A. Parker. 
Aug. 2f 1879. — Rear- Admiral George B. Balch. 
June 13, 1881.— Rear Admiral C. R. P. Rodgers. 
Not. 14, 1881.— Captain F. M. Ramsay. 
Sept. 9, 18d6.— Commander W. T. Sampson. 
June SO, 1890.— Captain R. L. Phythian. 

9 



BOARD OF VISITORS, JUJSTE, 1891. 



Hon. W. E. Chandler, U. S. Senate, I*rendent, 

Hon. H. A. Hkrhkrt, U. S. House of Representatiye, Vice Prendeni. 

Hon. I. G. Harris U. S. Senate. 

Hon. J. P. DoLUYER U. S. Honse of RepresentativeB. 

Hon. W. C. Wallace .U. S. Honse of Representatives. 

Commodore J. A, Grerr - -U. 8. Navy. 

Hon. George N. Tillman Nashville, Tennessee. 

Hon. A. R. McGiLL Minneapolis, Minnesota. 

Dr. George W. Atherton Bellcfonte, Pennsylvania. 

Colonel E. Bierer Hiawatha, Kansas. 

Mr. Charles A. Coffin Boston, Massachusetts. 

Mr. H. H. Smith Washington, D. C. 

11 



AOADEMIO CAtiENDAR. 

1891-1892. 



1891. 
Oet« 1. — DeginnlnK of lint term ThnradAj. 

1892. 
Jan. 25-90. — S«inii-Minii*l exMnination .... Mood»j<4S«tonlAt . 

Jan. SO.^End of firet term Batnrday. 

May 16.«*£zaniination of eandidat^s for adntiMion aa 

naral cadeU Monday. 

May 81.— Kndofarademicyear, 1891-*92. . ToMday. 

May 90-Jooo4.^-Anuoal examination Monday-S«iardat 

Sept. 1. ^-Examination of candidates for adininflion aa 

naval cadete Thnnday. 

Oct. 1.— BeKinniagof Hrettenn, 18S^*$»3 . Saturday. 

Tba aeadeinic month* end on the foUowiug days : 

1891-1892. 

Octoher Oct. :U K«*liniary Feb. IT 

Norember .... Nov. 2M Match Mar. iv 

Dec^mlwr V^c. 26 i April Apr. 'Z> 

Jannary Jan. *JS \ May May il 

iKiri-i89:i. 

October Got. 29 l)f*c<*ml>er Dec *.M 

NoTonber • • • • Not. 28 • Jatioary Jan. 21 

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CALENDAR FOR 1891-'92. 



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OFFICERS 



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UNITED STATES NAVAL ACADEMY. 



•UPKBIMTBNDXIfT, 

CAPTAIN R. L. PHYTHIAN. 

AtritUmU to Utt 8iip0ri$Uemdmi in charge of Hti'dilmt^ and Gromtdt, 
LntUTBNANT D. D. y. Stuart. 

Auitlaia to Ike StiperkUemdenl a$td Stcretnrg of Ike Academio Board, 
LUUTKJfANT G. A. MKBaiAX. 



of Omlett awl Iletul of Ihtpartment of Diaeg^Ume, 
OOMMANDEK C. M. CHESTEB. 



LlEOTBHANT J. M. HaWLKY, AmgtatU. 

LiRVTKNAMT G. B. Habber, Af-intoHt and Drill OffiotT. 

LiKUTENANT C. W. Bartlrtt, Ai>wittnt and [}ritt Qglatr, 

LiBUTBMAirr G. D. Galloway, Anfiatant. 

LiEUTBNAKT B. 11. Galt, AwiidaHt and Dritt Officer. 

LiRUTBNAMT Alexa.iiprr 8uarp, Jr., AmuUantaMd Drill Qfioor, 

LiBVrCMAlfT C. A. Guvb, AMistant and DrUl OJlctr. 



aUMAXSHIP, HAVAL OOBSTBUCriOV, AMD NATAL TAOTICS. 

Head of DtpartmenL, 
L£E17T£NANT-(X)MMAXDKK W. W. GILLPATBIQK. 



LlBUTENANT W. P. ClASON, 
LlBUTEMAMT 0. B. T. MOOBB, 
LlBUTEMANT W. 8. BENSItlf. 



InttrudoT m Boxing, BwimnUngt and Cftnf'nattUa, 
Matthew Stbohm. 



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16 OFFICERS OF THE UNITED STATES NAVAL ACADEMY. 



OKDMAMOa AMD «UII»BKT. 

LUUTKNANT B. R. INGEBltOLU 



UltTSKAST iL i). OSABiaOi 
LlBlTBSIABT W. r. rOLLAIL 



A. J. Oosaivii. 



J. B. Km, 
0. HsisTC. 



A0l«OliOliT, HATIOATIO*. AND &0W 

UKUTBNANT i\ (i BdWMAJI 



LiBi'TSMAitr r. K. 11 %■■!•, 
LiBCTftNA^r KnwABit Lu>in,Jr. 



VTBAM KHatlBSStSIO. 

CHIKF BK<;iNCEB II. W. riTClL 

rAMftit Amuwn%i }:\.,t%kt% J. K. BASfai^ 
pAwif \a*i«T*%r K«'.t«>r> R. G. I>B3iio, 
Tamim AMi-TA^r l.%>*i%tr» K J. IlcaBU« 
Pamki* %ikii*T««« K«i«i%ifii J. L. Oow, 

AmUTAVT CllulVKSB B. <1 ttAHnHHI. 



■ toUABI** A«l* ArrilBK IIAV«iaA1l(& 

UBtTKXAKT-titMllANt'KK J. P. MkBBBLU 



LiBi'?B«AJrT A. C ll«lMi»oa, 
Km TivAVT Jmi« Bom^ 
l.tfttTBSAarT H •. KaA»<r, 



OFFICERS OF THE UNITED STATES NAVAL ACADEMY. 17 



rHTNOi AHB OHXMI0TBT. 
Beado/Dtpartmeiilj 

pbohessor k. m. terry, a. m., pr. d. 

AmaUmls, 

LXXUTBHAMT W. O. ClTrUBB, 
LlKCTENANT B. T. WaLLI NO, 
LlKVTKNAITT 0. G. DODOK, 

BifSioN F. K. Hill, 

PitirsBsos G. B. Samoes, A. M., Pu. D. 



■▲TBniAnGB. 

JEbod 0/ DflportnMiit, 

LDCUTXNANT-OOMMANDER UABRT KNOX. 

AmtatoMbif 
lilZXITKlf AMT J. C. CSSBAP, 

LnuTKVAVT J. Bf. Ropes, 

LlRt-TKNANT J. H. BOWTKM, 
EndIUN H. G. IlREHEt, 

Em)i<;m C. 8. Williams, 
ExMiuM G. R. EvAMS. 



■ifOLigH nrniBB, histobt, akd law. 

Head of DeparlmeHt^ 

GOUMANDKR J. E. GRAIO. 

LlKlTENAN'T J. B. MtLTOlf, 

Lieutenant K. B. UNnxRwonD, 
LtKrTRNANT W. F. Haiap.t, 

LlElTENANT J. O. Nl'OLflON, 

Eifsioif J. U. G1DBOX8, 
PBOPEflflOR W. W. Fat, A. IL 



MODESN LAKaUAOP.8. 

Jlfid of iJepartmenl^ 

LIEUTENANT ROIUIRT G. PECK. 

AmittOMU, 
LiBtmiNANT J. T. Smith, 

pROrRWOR JVLX8 LrROIJX, 

AsfliRTANT Pkopeh^or Hippolytr Palman, 
AssmrANT pEorKtwoR IIekri Marion, 

AitUTANT pROPEMtOR SAMUEL GaRNKR, PU. D. 



MECHANICAL I>RAW1N0. 

Head of liepttrtmetil, 

LISUTENAMT H. 0. RITTKNII0U8& 

AmieUmtMy 

lilEITTENANT W. M. IrwiN, 

Pbopeiwor Marshal Oliver, 
AmiTAirr pRonMoR G. F. Blautri& 



12153—2 



18 OFFICERS OF THE UNITED STATES NAVAL ACADEMY. 

BAAaoa or rtnncAt raAimHO. 

lb nUrft, 

PASSED AMI8TAKT SUBOKOK HKNRT 0. BITKB, M. Hi 



W. W. JoNKWsi, A. M. 

OFFICERS NOT ATTACHED TO ACADEMIC STAFF. 

LiiimSAVT W. H. Runai, fa ftargf «ff Skipt. 
ViDieAL IjnrMTTOii B. II Kic»»k«, M. 1>. 
Pa«sp AMBVAirr Si'saKOB W. R. I>r Bmb, M. D. 
Pa«sp A«iaTA«T St'BQCoii L. W. Ct Kriii, M. P. 
' Tat l»i»ffTo« J AMI* FiaTO», i^ ftfl*^. 

Pat IHBM^TOI (*Air*«8(*H«N<*K. CiMttmumarff hmH (I 

rN*rt.AiM H. II. Clakk. 

AMtaTAiTT PBomaoa A. K. Biio«», Ub» 

J. M. tfrKHrsa, AmtiamI L9>rmrimn, 

IL M. rHAn, tUe n t mg . 

Oi'imim L floMMBi*, 4ihMA«4 to S^pa. 



BoATtWAlll J. a. HiKcLAia. 



9««rBs. Oil. B. O. Pvmr. 

CI i. McirsT. W. O. Shitb. 



■ABIITK OrriCCBflL 

fkrfua i. M. T. Yoni«, 

Wtmt l4BUf«aA«T n. K. Wamu 

ACADEMIC BOARD. 

TmC roMMAWASIT W CaMML 

Tut iiSA» or ms DarAMHsat or ft«A«*««Bir. !f aval OB«arsrcno«, mmw Vata^ T 

Tmi Roao or TVS DvAvrvtst or Oa»aA«co Aim (•< iivtov. 

T«i HoA* AT m» Dtrtarairr nr ArrooiiovT. \*TiaArto«, Airo SomwYiiM 

T»* llcAi* nr r«c l>irftRT«t«T nr i^iAM K«oi«rHta«. 

Tm lltAft ur rut iMr&oTaivr nr Vtv-MAVioi a«» ArrUBP MAtaiaAno^ 

T»« HsA» Of THi DcTAamivr or Pmiaic* as» ('■•■laror. 

Too Boa* or tat PirAirataT or llATiiKa&Tfo 

To* lf»*» or T«s l»trioT«««T or Baouoa <«Tt'Mt«^ Hioroor. avu Lav. 

T«« Hi*i» <ir T«t I»Br««TaKirf v9 Mo»ift« l.ft%<.i *^u. 

Tmi IfvAO or T«i Dftr«OT«A»T or MoniAOi**!. Uoawiiio 



CADET OFFICERS OF THE UNITED STATES NAVAL ACADEMY. 19 



(UDSr UKUTBlfAirr-COMlKAirPCB, 



J. E. McDovAio, am. 



H. L. Fkrqusom, 
W. 0. Dawmk, 



OABR UimrSNAKTSi 



O. 0. DAT, 

0. T. Jbwblu 



OADR LIBUTENAlTT AND ADJUTAMT, 



L. 8. TuoMPflON. 



OAOBT PAMKO AflfllSTAMT naiNBSB, 



J. D. BSTBET. 



lb McKakbi^ 
G. L. HuasBT. 



OAOBT MABTEMM. 



0. F. Maokuk, 
F. L. Sawtbb. 



J. F. Hikes, 

J. B. Y. Blakklt, 



OADBT Btriiavt. 



G. n. Matiikb, 

n. A.. ETAjf0. 



T. SriBLIMOt JB., 

F. A. Traot, 
T. H. Low, 

J. IL BUSSCLL, JB. 



OADBT PBTTT OmCBRfl OT TUB FIBBT CLABB. 
OADBT OniBF rKTTT orricsR, 

J. B. P. PBIMQLk. 



Secfmd Dtckhn, 
T. S. BOBDBM, 
F. R. Patmb, 
O. 0. Datibov, 
T. L. Stitt, 
D. Vak H. Allbk. 



Third hlri*ioH. 
J. B. Campbbll, 
B. B. Mc€k>RHiCK, 
G. Halubon, 
W. Ball, 
P. SyMuroNii. 



Fomih I>Mrion. 

J. SnBEHAK, 

E. 8. Keli^oo, 
J. T. Myerm, 
A. B. Da TIB, 
A. UGaxblb. 



FM DMrioii. 

W. 8. MONTOOMBBT, 

T, D. Pakkbr, 

G. B. FiTOH, 

J. A. Pbbbt. 



OAOBT PBTTT OTTIGBBB OT TItB SBOOKO OLAlt, 

SMomd DMntm, Third DMtUnu 

h, J. Maoxll, F. H. Olabk, js., 

W. S. Gemlbt, D. M. Bebbt, 

W. Yak N.PowKLaov, 0. J. Lako, 

M. & Piuow. F. & UniAM. 



Fburik DkMom, 

D. O. Mtmnrfl^ jm., 
H. A. Pbabboh, 
T. 8b Kbliaqo, 
a WmuM, 



SUMMER CRUISE, 1891. 



0FFIGBB8 AND NATAL CADKT8. 



vmxted btatbh pbaotigb ship ookbtbxaatioii. 



JtHM 6 to Amgud tS, 



CoMM akdbb G. U. Chbetbr, Oommanding, 
Libutenakt J. M. Haw lev, RjctaUioe Officer, 
LxBUTBNAKT J. C. Crxsap, Nofigaior. 
LXBUTBKAMT E. B. Ukdbrwood, Wojlch QfietT, 

lilBOTXKAXT G. B. T. MoOBB, Walch QffiOBT. 

LiBUTBKAMT A. SHARP, JR., Woioh Qffioer. 
Lieutbk art H. C. Oearino, Luiructor fo HMf 



liXBTTTZKAMT B. T. WaIUVO, WttUk Qfietf. 

Sksiok C. & WiLUAXB, Watek QgUmr, 

SVRaBON 8. H. DiCKSOK. 

Pasbbo Abbutant SuRoaoK L. K. Oubtib. 

A88UITAKT PaTKABTBR J. A. HUDO. 

OBArLAXMH. H. Clabx. 



20 



SUMMLH CHUISE. 1891. 



VATAL OAI>Rt. 



AI1«B,D. Tad H., 
lUli.W.. 

lhintoB.T S., 
riunpbelt, J. &^ 
U»%ta»A.R., 

l>»«rfle«,W.a, 

KvaiMi,BLA., 
rt-rxuMn. H.L., 
4;«mbta,A. U, 



lt»Uii.P^ 
IUk«r. IL T^ 

B«fTjriiiMft,J. B.. f«) 

Bookvmllar, V. 8., 
Bulmer, E. < .. 
(1uM«n. S. II., 
ClMM»r.AT.i*) 
(liarrhlU, W., 
Onm, IL I.. 

('••1. 1». B., 

th-lMiij, K IL, 

KnclMd, r.. 

ruiitiiwt.tT.!i p., 

(;«la,a. K.. 
<itlUii,L VanQ., 



(>■•». A.J^ 
Ivaii*, E. A., 
!»-«»«. I. P.. 

rairi'f 4L«r. A. L. ^1 



BoMj.a L.. 
i«««IU 0. T., 

uioa,s.a, 

Iiov, Tt II.« 
MoCormlck, B. &, 
MeDowUdtJ. K.Jr., 
lfacklfa.aF., 
McNaiuM, U, 

lUtbw.G. H^ 

OnhMn, S. T., 
Orifllth, c. w^ 

niii«i«,A w., 

RudKiiM, J. IL, 
Hall, A. T., 

JohoMii, M. K., 
4anM, L. Dartoa, 
K*v»n«i:h. A. O., 
LUlKt».P.JIL, 
LftiM), <X A., 

uibr.J.Mca, 

Lyon, F., 

lleMurnfl,II.K., 

MMiiun, W. 4., 

0»h«.rii. IL IL, 
F»rk)u>, r. K.. (■) 

GmtImo. 1».M.. 
llArrtwo, a. W., 
LaBUif. fl., 
Ukom. A.C, 
Lot*. J. IL, 
Haiid. li. U., 
lUrtlQ, M.IL, 



FRyiH*, F. IL, 
Prisgk.J. IL P^ 

BaM)l,J. IL,Jr^ 
ftiw]rer,F. U, 
8hM>hiin, J., 
ftirliD*. T., Jr., 
8Utt,T. L. 
Stopfonl, F. W., 
flIynlBKitm, P., 
Thoai|iiK>o, L. &, 
Timat, F. A 



Bld«»!y. R.jr., 
BoticrL W. I*., 
Bobcirt«.T (>., 
■ywi. O. W.. («) 

8UI4|4M, V L., 

Soott, W P., 
8ell«ra, P. F., 
8h«v, II.J., 
Soow, 0. F., 
8p«w, E.. 

0. L. P., 

«.. 

TompkliM. J.T., 
Torpio, W.&, 
Wftlkv, II. M., 
W«bfl«r. C, 
WbittMt. W.fl^ 
WloD, P. E^ 
WlMblfs ■» 



Pntt»P.U, 
P.T., 

WMhiBKtuO. P«p^ 



SYNOPSIS OF THE CRUISE, 1891. 



CONSTELLATION. 



« • u>i^ inl 



II,. •h«i«l"n,«iul th« third *n«l i orth r 



9mhmikMAJmti0%. 



\ *t*«*l *i IIa*ii I I* K •*!• iuii^ 11 

I'ft OTtl ( «!■ llMir*. )viju<1 t<> N<« I. otl>n, i*«mii., Jaa* tX. 

\' «• i At V«« Lo'ti I at •>nii , Jit'tr i'i. 

• <-•• M.n—-l»H •*i.|M lit ••••jktr >ii if nitifjfi II. Jiil% i'> 

( » <• « t •««w<i| t*/,: ( I r*< tt • uf • ,<ikf|nMi nf • • .>ttli*n Ju't ?0 

t . . t« « 'ifvw^l *«. o.t ■ *. r.««aJ I ' »'A i-. • ,< • It (I "t vvol' ti 'O ftt Fi^b«r laUod J«|j 

• . r« fr> ,t#«l iuHr<. I •! Iur|v<l 't^l 'Mi ^ .tl I" ASd U. 

• M i i>. L ti^ I* •'■ i •>> li «i ajul vk iiiit* •tutu Au4(iail IL 
*4 I.'. tjN'-f t f r %tti»AfKiti« Awf u«t XI 

I', ..1^1 « ,,* 11- nrt t iiuil U> AaiMpolit. AU|[Ull IX 
%tr»*«l«l %•!'>*{• I M %iicuM Ak 



A Trm&tr'r*»l t k t.. \*«««l ll-^i^ital. Sww Tork« imly IE 
m <ir»jil»<l ••«>«> rr-i« »iii|> (lo AngiaM IL 



PRACTICAL INSTRUCTION — SUMMER TERM. 



21 



NATAL GAOan RSTAIKBO AT TKK ACADKMT TOR MACHIKB SHOP AJTV OTHBB PKACTIOAL IKSnUOTXOir. 



Etenret, J.D., 
Gibt«,W.D.,(r) 



Berry, D. M., 
B:tHet,I.L., 
Brady, J.B., 
( "AHipbel], E. BLy 
i Uirver, IL, 
niadwick, F. L., 
Clark, r.H. Jr., 
Coleman, J.&, 
Cook, A.1L, 
Crocker, J. A., 
Croeley, W.&, 
Doddridge, J. &, 
Ikmglaa, B.8., 
KIdor, B.A.,(/) 
F.wel, 0.a, 
Fitch, G.S., 
(JiKe, W. K., 
Groff, J.a, 



JW( Clam— Engineer Dkriekm. 

Haribronck, R. De L., 
HnfflDgtoD, H.W., 



Berond OUm. 

Haino, P. G., Jr., 
HobUtEelle, W.X., 
Holalnger, 6. L., 
JacksoD, 0. P., 
Kellogg, T.&, 
Lang, C.J., 
McKeChan, A. A., 
lIagill,L.J., 
Montgomery, W.B., 
Morris, J. R., 
Hatting, D.O., Jr., 
Olmeted, P. N., 
Pftrker, T.D., 
Peamo, n. A., 
Perry, J. A., 
Pengnet, M. B., 
Pollock, E. R., 
Plotter, J. B., 



Moaea,&]E., 
Porter, J. & 



Powell, W. G., 
Powelson, W. Vaa N«, 
Pratt, A. A., 
Price, H.B., 
Procter, A.M., 
Bead, F. De W., 
Bodney, W., {g) 
Byan, J.P.J., 
Scott, G.T., 
Sticht, J. L., 
StuTdevaDt, R., 
Trench, M. BL, 
Upham, F. B., 
Ward, U.H., 
Well«, 0., 
Whitman, W. B., 
Wilson, T. a, 
Zillmaa,aaH.(m) 



Third aitm. 
Jonet, L. BeiMOik 

Iburlk Clam, 
TUcflsaki MotohlkOb 

OK LKAYK UGX, 

Third Glaas, Avtrary, L. Q., May 29 to Sept^-niber 20. 

Fourth Class,- BilliogH, F. T., Jane 7 to Aiifriuit 29. 

Foarth Clan, Emery, A. B., May 25 to Septoniber 1. 

Fourth Clam, DeJaniette, J. D.C., iftarch IG to May 15, May 22 tp September 3a 



SUMMARY. 



On board United Statei Practlco Ship CondeJJalkm 

Remaining at the Academy -._ 



Total . 



116 



/ Granted leave June 23 to September 30. 
g Granted leave March 12 to September 28. 
■I Granted leave Jane 1 to September 20i 
p Resigned September 3. 



GLASSES OF THE NAVAL OADETS 

AT THE BEGINNING OP THE ACADEMIC YEAR, 1891-*92. 

(Oorr«ct«l lo NoT«mtMr \% U»l.) 

yavol cadgU of tk$ 6UU9 app^nted te 1886, performing reqmirwd $ertU» ii/««l — Lti 

DivMom^Bl mtmher$. 



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tfMr« iMw r w rnn — .^. 

CuImom, Vtmh TaDJilcUff 

BdioArtd, Fmiik Btmiaa.. 

GbMi, Jalia YalMtioe 

Owttoy, Aluaao ^_ 

atfiM III r, B«iii7 4oMph 

DatK CtolMd 

fllcniir. Matt Howtaad 

BfauikffMlilpi. JghB MilllOKt.in 

Bwk, WUltaa Bmu7 

Tlnylor, MoQlfoMMry Mrtf^t 

Blttar« HtMjr ftiyAtr ........ . .. 

WIUUmiK Om«v» WMhiQ«too 

QMUa, Albiftw Wright 

VrTv,OhMtaiB^flrJr 

Brvrtefl, L^ tUmpton 

teow, WIIIUm AlMtuB .. . ^ 

fl«lllv«a, fhuiklte Bnrhuiao 

WaSkKj, Oam^ ......... 

5f>vUK WmiMI OwlilHf 

MiM^ lAVfvnc* Rcary ...... 

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}*Uti> rmm wUicb aiipoinlfHl. 



I%l» tif 



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K«w Torli 
X««r Yurk . 
LuuUiftCM . 
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KftOtQcky . 
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floath (^mlliut 

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N«w York , 

At Imrgm 

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CLASS APPOINTED IN 1887. 



23 



Xaval oadeU of ike ela»9 appointed in 1887, per/arming required eervice afloat — Line 

Divieion — 36 menibere. 



8)t: 
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•2 
•3 
•4 
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7 

8 

9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
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15 
16 
17 
18 
19 i 

20; 
21 ; 
22 

-23 

24! 

25 

26 

27 

28 

29 

30 

31 

32 

33 

34 

80 

86 



Zaiiai, FrMk Itoker 

011lH«r, H«ntl« GobxaIo-. 

Saittk, Etmrj Gerrliili 

Wstt, Richard M«rgma 

BelkBAp, Bttfflsald Bows*. 

BUaicr, DeWltt 

Stewni, CUtrk Daniel 



Pollock, Edwin Taylor 

KnensH, Henry Charlef 

Willard, Arthur Lee 

Christy, Harley Bannilial 

Hartnng, Benwick John 

Hongfa, Heniy Hughee 

Irwin, Noble Edward 

Smith, Lnden Qreathonse . 

Brana, Waldo 

Moale, John Gray Foster 

McLemore, Albert Sidn^ 

Senn, Thomas Jones 

Bierer, Won Barnett 

Clsldwell, Harry Handly 



Preston, Charles Francis 

WnUams, Dion 

Lane, Rnfus Herman 

Sypher, Jay Hale 

Leigh, Bichard Henry 

Macfarland, Horace Greeley 

Brotherton, William Daniel 

AltboQse, Adalbert,..^ 

Carter, James Francis 

McKeWy, William Nessler 

Smith, Harry Eaton 

Theall, EUsha 

Blount, Irving 

Bichanis, George 

Orooi, Lonis Herman 



State ftom which appointed. 



Pennqrlrania •«- 

Wtooonsfn 

Ohio 

Pennsylvania 

Arkansas . 

Iowa 

Michigan , 

Ohio 

Wiaconidn ... ._ 

Missouri _. 

Ohio 

Iowa 

Maaachnselts 

Ohio.. 

Illinois 

Kansas -^ 

California 

Tennewoe 

Sooth Carolina 

Kansas 

Illinois 

Maryland 

Ohio 

Ohio 

Arisona .. 

Mississippi 

New York 

Wisconsin 

Illinois 

Pennsylvania 

Pennsylvania 

New York 

Indiana ._... . 

Ohio 

niinois 



Date of ad- 
mission. 



Sept. 6, 
Sept. 6, 
Sept. 5, 
Sept. 22, 
Sept 5, 
May 19, 
Sept 5, 
May 20, 
Sept 6, 
Sept 7, 
May 24, 
Sept 6, 
Sept 6, 
Sept 29, 
Jane 3, 
Sept 7, 
Sept 6, 
May 23, 
May 19, 
Sept 24, 
Sept 7, 
Sept 6, 
July 16, 
June 2, 
Sept 5, 
Sept. 6, 
Sept 6, 
Sept 6, 
May 21, 
March24, 
May 20, 
May 20. 
MV28. 
Scfpt 6, 
Sept 12, 
May 19, 



1887 
1887 
1887 
1887 
1887 
1887 
1887 
1887 
1887 
18«7 
1887 
1887 
1887 
1887 
1887 
1887 
1887 
1887 
1887 
1887 
1887 
1887 
1887 
1887 
1887 
1887 
1887 
1887 
1887 
1887 
1887 
1887 
1887 
1887 
1887 
1887 



Engineer Dioieion — 7 memherB, 



1 
2 
3 

4 
6 
6 
7 



Bobison, John Keeler 

Bowen, John Howard — 

Beed, Milton Engeno 

Bmrlch, Charles Kiilf 

McGrann, William Hugh 
Shepard, George Hugh .. 
Laws, George William — 



Michigan 

Pennsylvania . 

Iowa - 

Illinois 

Tennenee 

Wisconsin 

Iowa 



May 20, 1887 
Sept 27, 1887 
Sept. 5, 1887 
May 19, 1887 
May 20, 1887 
Sept 27, 1887 
May 21, 1887 



24 



FIRST CLASS. 



Aiira/ Cadet* 0/ tk$ Fltrai CloM^^-lAme Dirinon — 34 tHembtra. 



ll»U, Wftltar 



Bl«kdj, Jobs BmmU T( 



ftito thm which ftppolatod. 



4 ««|iten, Jt«>|ih Ban<oiph _ 

rvirteoa, Orrcory Oy4««n ..^ 
iNivMo, WllliAOi ChMlit^», 

KtuM, Hokl«»n ^ 

r* rnMOBL HuOMT Lcooir 



lltii«i» John y"*^ 



T«IID< 

New York 

renoaylvsiila.. 
LuaMi 



WyomlDf , 



MiMonri 
VermoDt 



t 



KliirifU.^. 

Nurih rarulin* 
lodiBim 



i>«t«or 



llwnj, ChttrlM UaoolB. 



Jr«^ (l»arl«« TtiMdort 

Kalldcg, &l««nl lauatay 

Urv, Thcodurv H^nrj ..^ 

MH'aniiJrk, IVnjamlB B«nMnl 

MrlKMMM, J4Mrpb BMhtel 

MftrhlUi, iXmrim 



.1 



Kentarky .^ - 

NVw llampahlr* ...-^•...^. 

At UrK* .— 

K«*w York - 



Malllna. (;«>rc* 

Malhar. ((^tric* HOTbnt. 

M7«f«, John T«lc9 ..^ . 

I*kvii*>. Fivd KuttOfTlIl* 

BM*it. JuhD llMtjJr 

Iwwyvr, rrwl* nek LvwM 

|th«««lisii, Jm«*'»,— — ■■ — ... 

MiHiiig, YaI'*. Jr ^ 

Milt, Tb< 

Hymiti^ott, IN>v«fi 
Yk>«i|min, I^ 



<>>iiD«t*Ucat .^ 

Smw York 

IlllnoU 

NvwYork 

KftntM. 

North CWolfaa. 

NVw Jarwj 

<Sr4)rKl» ........^ 

New York 

llUnoto 



At Urfv 

IlliDtfU 

N«w Ytirk ... 



bwrtu 



Tf»«t, rrva«rtek AagiMUw.. 



WMtTlnrtbl* 
Ohio 

roBBCrtiCtlt 






i I 



9 ' :^ 



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l»7 




fclil, «.1 


tM^ 


8«pC29J 


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l»8» 


lUy !•. 


IMS 


JVTt. ft. 


'-i 


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IttSi 


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18M 


lUy I. 


|Kl»l* 


May 11. 


|tuvi 


lUy If, 


I»7 


Hn*t« A. 


IKM 


Mat K 


IHMI 


May lU. 


IKMM 


8»l<. 7. 


IKM 


8»PL1&» 


iKMi 


8n««. «. 


liOi* 


lUy 21. 


lltM 


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\9*H 


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May XI. 


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llvMffc 


Avpt. 17, 


IMIK 


IU1 St. 


likM 


J«*i w. 


!•«« 



Kngimerr lHrt»ut»-~^ WktmhrrB, 



«f«".k, l:.ti*n Kyi* ., 

IImI f . u k, Wm% ma«4 tW Uuiry. 

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n 



SECOND CLASS. 



25 



Naval CadeU of the Second Clan — 51 members. 



Namo. 



Borrj, David Mark 

BiAet, Engeoe Leo 

Brady, John Richard 

Campbell, Edward Hale 

Canrer, Manrin 

Gfaadwick, Frank Laird _. 

Clark, Frank Uudge«, jr 

Coleman, JameaSamael...- 

Cook, Allan Merriam 

Crocker, John Archdell 

Ortwiey, Walter Selwyn 

Puddridge, John Sebon 

Doiiglaa, BJcbazd Spencer 

Elder, Edwin ATery 

Kewel, Chrfaitopher Catron 

Fitch, Claude Eomee 

Olie, William Kern 

OrofT, Jospph Cobleotx 

Ilaine, Peter ConoTer, jr 

Iful«inger, Gerald Long 

Jackson, Orton Porter 

Ki'tlogg, Thomas Steele 

Lang, Charles Jonas 

McKethan, Alfred Angurtun 

Magill, Louis John 

Montgomery, William Slack 

Morris, John Ramsey 

Nntting, Daniel Chapin, jr 

Olmsted, Percy N^;)ier 

Parker, Thomas Drayton 

Peanon, Henry Allen 

Perry, Joseph Albert 

Peugnet, Maurice Berthold 

Pollock, Emmett Riddle 

Potter, JameaBoyd 

Powell, William Glasgow __>_ _. 

Powelson, Wilfrid Van Nest 

Pratt, Alfred Allen 

Price, Henry Bertnmd 

Procter, Audr6 Morton 

Read, Frank De Witt 

Rodney, Warren 

Ryan, John Paul Joseph 

Scott, Ony Terrell 

Sticht, John Low 

Sturderant, Bichard 

Trench, Martin Edward 

Upham, Frank Brooks 

Ward, Henry Heber 

Wells, aiester 

Wilson, Thomas Sheldon 



State from which appointed. 



California 

Kentucky 

Penney Ivaala 

Indiana « 

Minnesota 

Minnesota 

Rhode Island . 

Alabama 

KanKas 

PennnylTania 

Connecticut 

West Virginia 

Georgia 

Massachusetts 

Texas 

nilnois _ 

Illinois __ 

Maiyland . 

District of Columbia 

Kansas 

Pennsylvania 

At large 

Pennsylvania 

North Carolina 

Pcnnqrlvania 

Kentucky 

Missouri 

Kansas 

Oregon 

South CcuroHna 

rtah 

Illinois 

Missouri — — 

Illinois 

New Jersey 

New Jersey 

New York 

Illinois 

Iowa' 

Kentucky 

Ohio 

Texas . 

New York 

Nebraska i 

New York 

Pennsylvania 

Minnesota .^ 

Montana 

New Jersey 

PcnuNylvania 

liliiiois 



Date of ad- 
mission. 




Sept. 6, 
Oct. 2, 
Sept. 6, 
Sept 6, 
Sept. 27, 
May 18, 
Sept, 6, 
S<'|>t. 6, 
>Uy 22, 
May 22, 
S^-pt. 9, 
Si'pt. 7, 
June 3, 
»Iay 21, 
Oct. % 
Sept 7, 
Janel4, 
Oct. 3, 
May 18, 
Oct. 3, 
May 18, 
Oct. 19, 
Sept. 6, 
Sept. 6, 
NoT.U, 
Sept 6, 
Sept. 7, 
May 21, 
May 21, 
Oct. 3, 
Sept 6, 
Sept 6, 
Sept 7, 
May 18, 
Sept. 6, 
May 18, 
Sept. 5, 
Sept 7, 
May 20, 
Sept. 6, 
Bept 6, 
Sept 6t 
May 22, 
Sept 7, 
Sept. 7, 
Sept 6, 
Oct 3, 
Sept A, 
Sept. 7, 
Nov. 15, 
May 20, 



Sea service 

in practice 

ships. 



1889 

1889 

1889 

1889 

1889 

1889 

1889 

1889 

1889 

1889 

1889 

1889 

1889 

1889 

1889 

1889 

1889 

1889 

1889 

1889 

1889 

1889 

1889 

1889 

1889 

1889 

1880 

1889 

1889 

1889 

1889 

1889 

1889 

1888 

1889 

1889 

1889 

1889 

1889 

1889 

1889 

1888 

1889 

1889 

1889 

1889 

1889 

18891 

1889 

1889 

1889 



S 
8 
2 
2 
2 
4 
2 
8 
4 
4 
8 
2 
4 
4 
8 
8 
4 
8 
4 
8 
4 
8 
2 
8 
8 
8 
2 
4 
1 
2 
2 
2 
2 
4 
2 
2 
2 
2 
4 
2 
2 
1 
8 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 

•4 



22 
22 
22 
22 
22 
19 
22 
22 
14 
19 
22 
22 
19 
19 
22 
2i 
111 
22 
19 
22 
19 
2 -J 

•^; 

^* 

2i 
2"i 
22 
22 
19 
27 
11 
22 
22 
22 
17 
22 
22 
22 
22 
14 
22 
22 
27 
22 
22 
22 
22 
22 
22 
22 

11 



26 



THIRD GLASS. 



Xatml CmdeU of the Third CIom— 61 wmkrt. 



B»Mti, Pruvoort 

Bakvr, Uanry Tb«aiM 

inMil Llnwoud . 

JokaBMMir. 



Ohift'iU, Balph HnlMfft^ 
(SmUv, Artkw Trt— Im 
ObmcklU, WlMloo ...^. 

Oboe, Boldi iBghMB 

Ooufar^ IcaalhH T\ijlor.. 

Ora. DmWI HAifBlB 

CroAv. ll«OMrin Grata.. 



fklllBwldar. Maoa P^«r 
OAltenltk, Olllwfft fhnltk . 

Oslai, 0«org« lart 

OOlta, iHte Tm OarArr . 

OralM. tM«««B TIrtor 

OffMHK (1m4* WlUto ... 
Hte4i^ Air^«d Waltott... 
li«4clM. Julia H«llutt .. 



LMTteBri 

L»«to Barloa 

I, Aniiar tiljBB 

ISmiI M^f«r 

mtIm Arllimr 

UAf.Jobo 

Ly«a,Fraak... 

McUMsBMlcy 



McMcrrK BulHic K*vMM«icli 



Hmi«m,WaIIot 



NftlM^ri«<wiit KlM 



rui 



IMMi 

ll7«A, Omti* Willi 

ill In, rnu Lsvit. 

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X3 



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9 



THIRD GLASS. 



27 



JT^Mol Cadet9 of ike TMrd CZom— 61 m m b en Continned> 



Snow, OkrHon VkrwaU 



Stone, G«onse Lortng Porter.. 
Stone, Baymood. 
Tompkina, John ThorneB . 
Tnrpin, Walter StOTeni .. 



Welker, Henry Mnlloiy 

Webster, Gbarlee 

Whltted, WiUinm Scott... 

Winn, Philip Bird 

'^W^nahip, Imory.....*... 



State flrooi whIA ^ipolnted. 



PennqrlTaiiia ... 

Cleorgin ...... — . — ........ 

AUhamn 

Loniainnn ~. — 

Maryland 

Sonth Dakota 

MMMchoaette ....^ 

Korth Oarolina 

Kentacky .. 

Georgia 



Date of 
admiwion. 



May 19, 1890 
May 23, 1890 
Sept 28, 1890 
Sept. 6,1890 
Sept. 6, 1890 
May 22, 1890 
Sept. 8,1890 
Sept 6,18!lO 
May 80,1890 
Sept 12, 1890 
Jane 8, 1890 



Sea senrice 

in practice 

abips. 



o 

n 



S 



2 
2 
2 
2 

2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
C 



2S 
23 
23 
23 
23 
23 
23 
22 
£3 
23 



28 



FOUHTH CLASS. 



Naval CatUt9 of Ike Fourth ClaM9—i^ mtmbera. 



Aiil*oii, L<>ui» Il««( li 

tt»«Uj. Worth 

BaMwto, Fnuk FatUm 

Bftldwiu. (;«orf« Kll»»urtli 

I. Plllllp MirlUMll 

rmmiii* DartMt 

BflOiMtt. Kriiii«>th lUrrmtt 

Bi|r«low, llarnr M«arlr« 

BHlltifHi FrrtJrrlck Trematne .....^ 

UXtkuAjt Kilwin Qiaunr^iy 

BrvckittCi^li;-, JuMph i'jkbtill 

Bnimby, Fr^nk llarxlrmao ..^ 

Bvilar, Ilrnf7 Varuam, jr 

rarmodj, lUibvrt Kihritlgrt . , . . . 

(Vuw, Aiidxvw J«ck*oo, jr 

r«ii4iiaMi, WllllAin WtM*,u,i^ 



n«Tfckoo, Wtniam abri«Uiphflr 

l»»«i>«, KuMvll An«lr«w« 

tWttartI, HUiilry Pull«-n 

Di<k,TliuaMi Mnrritt .. 

Dk«UM, Eof^o* I»Tlnr# 

fHittB, Bdwanl IIow4ni 

»<khardt, Knu« Frrdrrlrk .. 

IjiiKry, Arthur iWJUnl 

F«ir<«rt>tJi»T, Arthur VtwiB .. 

F.ilo«% Richard J 

rrxrraaa, Fmdrrir N'««t<iu ... 

• ;«rrtM>B, Dauirl Mrr»li->o 

ttlfrmrAl, WftJirr E<ick««il 

<fi<l<^j«, W»li*r IiiKvIa .- 

<;pir«6M'k, 1* iIliAiti ^irrmrd.,,, 

lUll, Vv«iIUju>U 

ll«m«M. Ilriir Uillti 



lirftry, Jmn»^ llu- ^aiiAa, jr 

l|j«k, Hrruiati U l.iUUw 

I««f4, Wmlt»r BUka 

JoKmCou, Kufua Zrnni, jr ,. 

KariM, FrwikiiB D — .^--- 

K*«n>«7, !!••«»■• Alti>ft- ^., 

Kn«t5«r, 0«^> *n*lth 

l^atoK. Il*rr1a 

I iw.m, Arthur i'Urk .. 

l^'fv. Jaai'* II nn*. jr . ^ 

M i '-rm^ k. Ml t.«<^I J*um« 

M*'kJl7.lr«^ »« l^>lr« 

MaiWrj. <l*«n«« Klnc .^. . 

lUJlorj, High 

Naming* rr» II li 
j»««»M, ^•«t«« 

J^'l.ii Frm»cl^|r 



8UtP from which 



, MlihigiAU.^ 



j North t'Aruliiui... 

N'W Jvtmfjf 

Mi*M.ijrt 

Mmi \ lull J _<«.««.^ 

OklulxilUll .... 
New JrHM-jr ...iHi^.. 

Maiue -.— — 

Xew Yurk 

PriuisjIranUi 

Ki»i tuckj .^ 

(««<<ir);i« 

Nfw Vork 

N«w York 

P«tiniiirl«iinla 

N«w York 

Sotith DakoU 

New Yolk 

Virsluia 

VaIu* 

South OarulioA . 

N»w York 

Connecticut 

Wl«»tin«lii..._^ 

New IIatu|Mhir» 
rihiMU Uland.... 

Miitilyan .^ 

IndiaoA.. 




r^t>ii«]rltaitla 

Illin.U 

Ml'lic^O 

Viricitiia .... 

Ml' >iii:*n 

Mt'ii'.aii 

T«'Uf>' m^ m . 

AUI«iii% ... 

I't nun l« auIa 

T 



I>Hlr of 
s«lutiaiioa. 



:;:_:..: .1 



StfpL 9, 

JH|.l. 7, 

May 21. 

Mayl», 
.•♦rpl. 7, 

*-pt, a» 
s-pt a» 

MV22, 

Sept. a, 
Sept a, 
S^pt 6, 
8rpt 12, 
Maj2i. 
8»pl. ft. 
*»pt-»«, 
May 19. 
Sipt. «, 

Sr|4. ft, 

?*• pi. 6. 
M>« ;X 
Hrpt. :». 

8«pt t>. 
May :ti. 
May '21. 
>^pt.iy, 
SfpL 9, 
Jun« 1, 
H*|.t 4. 
Sfpt il. 

f*r,4. 4, 

r<rpt, 7. 
May 21. 

Arp»22, 
S*»|.t.|0. 
SrpC. 7. 
jVplKl. 
8apt.». 

«n^ «. 

8rpt.lO, 
.*-!« 4, 
May 19. 
M*» .•'•. 
May.".. 

hct*. a, 

>I4 HI. 

v-it 9, 

Hrpt. i. 
Hrpi. 7. 



Af« at data 
t^admla- 



till 

n9 

89 

69 

89 

89 

89 

80 

89 

891 

89 

89 

Kt 

89 

89 

99 

»<9l 
«•» 
MX 
»y 

t>9 
H9 

89 
89 

89 

tn 
h'j 
"•J 

a9 

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mti 
im 

fj 
p> 
••» 
• .» 

yj 

*•» 

» > 

k ■ 



Ill l-r^ ti<r 

aLi^ 



s 



•I 



II 

4 

3 
8 

9 
11 
lu 

8 

ft 
II 


lu 

4 

4 

« 

, 

5 

I 
V 

7 

11 

l'» 
V 

I 
1 
I 

(t 

8 

10 
8 

4 

a 

f 

9 

« 

1«« 

4 

1<> 

a 
1 

lu 

3 
II 
• I 



T I *■ 





u 

t 

o 





t 
o 





o 

s 

0' 

t 



I 


0! 

1 


I 

«1 

1 

o 









t 



o 
<l 
o 
o 
o 



t 
t 
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u 
o 

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o 

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o 

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3 


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o 

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9 

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ii 



FOURTH CLASS. 



29 



Naval Cadets of the Fourth C2a<»— 84 memherB — Continned. 



Kama. 



Bfartin, Nathaniel Ifaeoii 

Merritt, Darwin Robert ..^ 

Mitchell, Maran Bdwart 

Monagban, John Robert 

Morgan, Alfked ..^. 

Morton, James Ftoctor .... 

Noyee, Iianren Addlwcm.- . — 

Olsen, Mack Herman — , 

Pratt, Peter Lloyd 

Baby, James Joeepb .^ 

Backer, William James . . 

Sayen, Joseph Draper, Jr ^_ 

Shea, Patrick Trancis 

gheflleld, Fletcher Lamar 

Shirley, Bofu ._^ 

Smith, Stoart Farrar 

Standley, WUliam Harry 

TakasaU, Motohiko 

Terrell, William Alfoxd. 

Todd, David Wooster 

Vestal, Samuel Curtis 

Yolkmar, Walter Schuyler 

Vollmer, Frederiok 

Wadliams, Albion James 

Walker, Charles Henry 

Walker, James Erling ■ 

WsAfaington, Pope 

Watson, Edward Howe -_•_- 

White, Henry Harrison 

Williams, Harry Craig 

Wiufield, John Buekner 

Woods, Bdward — ._- 



State from which 
anointed. 



Virginia.. 

Iowa 

Arl 



Washington 

Miaonri 

Missouri 

Wisconsin 

Wisconsin 

Iowa 

Michigan 

IlUnois 

New York 

New York 

Georgia 

New York 

PennsylTania 

California 

Empire of Japan 

Teixas ., .. . . _„ _ 

Oslifomia 

Indiana 

Pennsylvania 

Iowa —_-. 

New York 

Massachusetts 

North Carolina 

North Carolina 

Kentucky 

Iowa. .— , 

Mississippi 

Virginia 

Massachusetts 



Date of 
admission. 



May 19, 
SeptlO, 
Sept 9, 
Sept 7, 
Sept 8, 
Sept 9, 
SeptlO, 
SeptlO, 
May 19, 
Sept 9, 
Sept 12, 
Sept 5, 
May 21, 
Sept 7, 
Sept 9, 
Sept 4, 
Sept 7, 
May*), 
Sept 24, 
Sept 8, 
May 19, 
Sept 4, 
Sept.lO, 
Sept 4, 
Sept. 8, 
Sept. 7, 
May 29, 
Sept 7, 
May 21, 
Sept 9, 
Sept 8, 
Sept 8, 



1891 
1891 
1891 
1891 
1891 
1891 
1891 
1891 
1891 
1891 
1891 
1891 
1891 
1891 
1891 
1891 
1891 
1801 
1891 
1881 
1891 
1891 
1891 
1891 
1891 
1801 
1891 
1891 
1801 
1891 
1891 
1891 



Age at date 

of admis- 

slon. 



i 



19 
19 
17 
18 
19 
17 
18 
17 
16 
16 
18 
16 
18 
15 
18 
16 
18 
17 
19 
17 
18 
17 
16 
16 
17 
17 
18 
17 
18 
16 
16 
16 



I 



8 
4 

8 
6 
6 
7 
8 

11 
6 

11 
4 
6 
3 
6 
1 

10 
8 
9 
2 
2 
1 
3 

11 
4 

10 

8 
6 
6 
7 

10 
9 



Sea service 

in practice 

ships. 



a 
o 



2 







2 



2 







2 





2 

2 






i 



23 








23 




23 








23 






23 


28 






SUMMARY OF CADETS AT THE U. S. NAVAL ACADEMY. 

November 18, 1891. 



First Class 



I 



Line Division 



Engineer Division _. 

Second ClasB 

Third Oil 



Fourth Class 

Total 



Members. 
81 



RELATIVE STANDING OF NAVAL CADETS FOR 1890-'91. 



Cla$9e$ of the Naval Cadet$ at the United State* Naval Academy , at ihe eloee of the 
Academic year 1890-'91; with the relative standing of the membere in eoM c2m«, a$ determiined 
at the annual examinatian, June, 1891. 



P Phyeically dUquaiyiedfor the naval eervioe. 

* Received 86 per cent, ofjhe multiple. 

f Found defidenif allowed a reiexaminationf paeeed, and oontinued with clan, 

X Found d^/loientf allowed a reSxaminationf again deficientf and reoommended to he dropped. 

$ Found dejicientf and recommended to be dropped, 

^ Retained in next lower claee. 

a Absent from examination. 

b Deficient. 

d Dismiseed. 

e Selected for Engineer Divieion. 

I Honorably dieeharged at end of four yeart^ ocmrM, 

r Reeigned, 

eSidk 

81 



32 



RELATIVE STANDING — 



Hrlathf Standing of the Haval Cadft§ of the F^vi 




xt 

i7 
17 
14 

*t 

r: 

13 

u 
u 



AlWn, IittTi4 Tm Ron 
Alttf^oM, Ai]*lli«rt 
B»Ubs^ I fl—M ■•was 
Rirfvr, Bioo B»ni*lt 

BUOMT, V% Witt 

Blcuol, Inlnff 

ilrcitbrrtoii. William Panlwl 
<*aM«*1l. IUrr.f lUntUj 
Carter, J*Bi«« I'rmiK t« 
(lirWtf, IUri<>.f IlMttiUil 

E««u«, WaliJu 

riitwrri, Rittirrt 1^" 

UlllMsr, ■•fttCio tiMnl* 

4«r<«», Umim n»mi»n . 

Hartnii^. Krttvick John .. . 
Bo«(li, Baarj BnghM 



XI 

31 

Ml 

t 

> 

•a 



•\ ' 



IB 



Kiwfc<m»i|ii'i, Frmok ll*ftr> 

Kariifli. ||«hr> Oiirlr* . ... 

I Alt', KdftM II* niian . .. 

I>plch. Ki hitril ll't«ri .. 

Ma« (ftr1*rtil. Ii<>n» • <«rr>^l«T,. 
M<Kttrr. \ki\ utii \««»l«>r .. 
M' l>>n»<>r«it \n.»fi *• lii»T 

Xii>*W, T^r »*l tWiijaiiiiii 
Nirv. K*C't> *«(t ... 
r..ll «k. »:>Uin Tatl'f .. 
fn^i."*. »*b»M«» fr»n« »• 

fti h«nU <•• fi* 

*tinn. Tb 1 »0 J'Htiam ..... 

**<uitti ll«/rr ljit(«i 
iMBllli. ■••n tt#rrl«li 

^n •!• I «i ••••••'vatit i*«^ «. 

Miirtta. I'Urk I»ftiii»l .. 

.^«|li-f Jai ||*1« .. ..~ 

T».-«.l. ► •►• .- 

Watt, KkteH ■< 
Wi!'*ri %nk4r 
%li.liftaM. tu « 



Indiana _^ 

WI«-«nilo..- ... 

lUlnoto 

P»DiMgrWMiU .... 
Ohio 



jv^j imm: 

s»pi. ^ lir: 

S»pt. •» l«C 



KaiuM .« 

Horth ORn>ilo« 



I 



.. I 

I 




•I 



I 



Wteonrio ... 
Ohio... 

Sfi«*l«aippl 

KrwYork 

r*rin«ylTi»nt» . 
T»po fw 
raiifonil* .... 

lit'tlAna...... . 

Km pi r* of Ji»]>%n 

Ohio 

MaryUnd ....... 

Ohio . 

rimtb rarotina 

'»hio ....,„. .. .... 

OLio 

lniii«>l« ... 

Hi'hUan S»t< 

\nann« ..—— *^i*. \ !•• 

%'*«1.rl[._ Ha« •.'•. l-• 
tS•t||lol«•nl« -..._. S-|t ^2, li*' 

MnvM.ri P*|* ?. l»*- 

•»liU> , J«l7 l«, iK-t- 

iVtiii*^ >ia'iia ^|»t. ft^ Ik' 



m J*|m»«M MwUat M t lutnivn mt tit* •«i4 •! !!■« 'vut «* »i» c* «t«i. 



FIRST CLASS. 



33 



JAM IHvfokm— 41 nt«fii5er«— ^iniimI Exm^MM/on^ June^ 1891. 



Age at date 
ofadmiaion. 


Order of merit. 










1 






s 




1 
















o 


J 




te 


jf 


'8 


















11 


S 


• 


1 


1 


•»4 

1 






1 






«i 






^1 

1 


A 
^ 


1 


1 

d 


8 






5 


1 

1 

1 

S 


« 


1 


1 
1 


H 


1 


1 


1 


« 


o 

1 
1 




8* 

1 


1 


1 


• 

1 


o 

f 


S 

1 


17 


8 


a 


41 


a 


a 


24 


a 


a 


a 


a 


a 


96 


T« 


18 





30 


22 


35 


23 


19 


2ft 


37 


21 


36 


28 


48 


31 


16 


3 


4 


1 


5 


6 


11 


9 


ft 


ft 


21 


2 


ft 


•4 


17 


6 


28 


30 


29 


14 


8 


23 


30 


33 


3ft 


31 


71 


26 


1ft 


4 


14 


26 


4 


6 


1 


2 


7 


8 


12 


29 


39 


6 


17 


6 


38 


40 


38 


33 


32 


37 


34 


37 


37 


36 


77 


39 


16 


11 


23 


28 


24 


30 


3ft 


18 


29 


36 


20 


36 


98 


32 


14 


7 


22 


11 


19 


16 


28 


1ft. 


18 


24 


.26 


37 


87 


23 


18 





30 


16 


27 


24 


14 


32 


2ft 


30 


1ft 


30 


ft« 


27 


lA 


8 


26 


23 


8 


10 


ft 


22 


10 


27 


29 


22 


31 


17 


17 


10 


16 


26 


16 


8 


9 


10 


8 


34 


19 


17 


26 


14 


16 


10 


83 


21 


24 


33 


21 


18 


27 


17 


18 


10 


4 


122 


17 


8 


1 


ft 


1 


4 


10 


8 


1 


1 


2 


4 


6 


•2 


16 


2 


89 


36 


32 


39 


36 


32 


89 


26 


32 


34 


69 


37 


17 





10 


4 


16 


20 


16 


20 


17 


22 


30 


6 


1 


12 


16 


8 


7 


12 


1ft 


14 


19 


34 


22 


23 


8 


8 


4 


13 


18 





19 


6 


13 


18 


13 


8 


21 


17 


23 


2ft 


66 


16 


16 


3 


29 


26 


37 


36 


30 


3ft 


27 


28 


21 


33 


67 


(34 


16 


4 


12 


34 


12 


8 


4 


7 


14 


6 


11 


22 


22 


10 


16 


7 


20 


20 


20 


29 


40 


24 


32 


7 


13 


32 


49 


24 


17 


1 


37. 


17 


26 


27 


23 


29 


26 


3ft 


84 


17 


13 


28 


U 


8 


13 


14 


10 


17 


26 


14 


1ft 


11 


14 


20 


22 


16 


17 


11 


84 


32 


38 


26 


28 


39 


30 


1ft 


31 


22 


32 


86 


18 


9 




36 


36 


34 


37 


87 


30 


&3 


29 


88 


21 


44 


33 


16 


8 


16 


7 


29 


21 


26 


31 


20 


19 


27 


7 


6 


21 


16 


10 


8 


88 


9 


11 


18 


6 


6 


14 


1ft 


26 


37 


ni 


17 


8 


40 


24 


40 


40 


41 


40 


40 


40 


40 


38 


122 


ftw 


16 


7 


18 


10 


14 


7 


6 


12 


13 


16 


26 


14 


22 


9 


16 


4 


34 


31 


29 


30 


34 


28 


84 


32 


28 


.16 


16 


30 


1ft 


7 


32 


30 


82 


33 


39 


26 


34 


30 


17 


40 


164 


38 


1ft 


ft 


2ft 


32 


23 


11 


17 


11 


19 


24 


39 


19 


17 


19 


17 


ft 


33 


28 


36 


37 


2ft 


36 


88 


39 


32 


27 


49 


36 


17 


ft 


3 


19 


2 


2 


2 


1 


3 


10 


7 


3 





*3 


17 


6 


20 


34 


21 


27 


31 


16 


16 


3 


4 


12 


14 


20 


17 


8 


11 


9 


7 


13 


1ft 


20 


12 


19 


10 


8 





8 


16 


6 


16 


7 


22 


22 


32 


27 


23 


12 


6 


39 


148 


29 


14 


ft 


27 


. 18 


28 


30 


22 


37 


24 


37 


24 


13 


14 


26 


1ft 


3 


6 


13 


6 


3 


7 


ft 


10 


8 


6 


10 


6 


•6 


17 


7 


ft 


2 


11 


19 


11 


16 


4 


2 


1 


4 


10 


7 


17 


ft 


9 


15 


18 


2ft 


37 


13 


9 


13 


9 


1ft 


72 


18 


16 


3 


2 


3 


2 


1 


3 


4 


2 


4 


3 


1 


3 


•1 



12153-3 



34 



RELATIVE STANDING — 



RtiMpe Siandhi^ of tkeNmMl Cmd$$9^f the P%ni 



i 



Bmtah.Obtfl«tB«ir. 
MeQiWtt, WIIUmb 



Jolm Howard. 



State from whkh appotetad. 



nilaote. 



-H 



si.ur 



FIRST GLASS. 



35 



Engineer Division — 7 meniber$ — Annual Examinatianf June^ 1891. 



Age at date 
of admiarion. 



Older of mwiti 



16 
17 
17 
17 
10 
10 
1« 



I 



8 
8 
7 
10 

8 
9 



4 
6 
A 
8 
1 
2 
7 



6 
7 
4 
8 
1 
8 
6 



4 
6 
7 
8 
1 
8 
5 



I 



4 
7 
6 
1 
8 
8 
6 



-a 



t 



S3 

a 
a 



8 

4 
8 
6 
1 
7 



1 

'I 

7 



ft 

6 
4 
7 
1 
8 
8 



I 

i 



fi 




6 
6 
1 
8 

a 

4 



I 
s 

o 
"S 






4 
6 
1 
8 
7 
6 
8 



8 
6 
8 
1 

4 
7 



•5 

i 



«M 

o 

I 

a 



87 
185 
M 
38 
143 
125 
185 



•J 
§ 



s 

« 
o 

9 

•E 

o 



4 
7 
ft 
2 
1 
8 
6 



36 



RELATIVE STANDING — 



SeUHv Btandimg of the Ifaval CadeiM of the 



1 
1 

I 



••1 

14 

t 

10 



e 
u 

T 
U 

ai 

•SA 

17 

IV 

•♦1 

• 
IS 
Sft 



•1 

ST 




IS 

5« 



r 
U 
V 

t 

It 
It 
as 



I 



Bft»,Waltv 

■•nviv #•!■ DM«al — 

Blakvly, John Rovrlt ToQDf — 
Bordm, Thomaf 6h«|i|MuU.....^ 

RrvrklarMct, J<Mi>pii (WwU 

C^MiplMll, J«M|ib ftondolpb 

CTMik, BobeH Kjte 

DkvIi. AwUa Bockw*!! 

Ottvlioo, Or«goi7 f^l4w»U 

Ottwwm. WllllMi CbwlM 

Vf, 0«ors»(UTla 

DMMtt, Ktentoy P«I>M 

Bvtf^ UoldM A 

rngwm. Momm hn 

UftabK Aaron Lkbtmlwrgw.. 

Qibtak WMlilog«Ni Dorwj 

ll^inMick, Bftjmood D« Lmmtj 
HittfM, 4olui For* 
lloblltMlto, WUUmb Kdvard .. 
■■■•fftM, ■•waH WUIIsM 
n«Mv7. lliartM Llocula . 
J* vvll, ChariM TVMdor* 
Krll««g. Idvart maaUj. 
Low, Th«udor« llcarjr 

■c»ia>li, Jm*^ EMklal 

HarkUo, i'haHm r 
Mf Xamw. Lak«. 
MallHua. O«orfv 
Mailer. Oi»ri« B«fft»rt 
McMA, Mftafonl 

M7«nik JoliB Twicp 

ray*** TttA Eoaaavlll*. 
|S>U.irk. laiaMtt BIMI* 

PriacK J«4 BfiUrti PolaaHt 
BaiH. J«ka B#ary, Jr 
Mlfftlac TaiM. jr 



ftata fhm which appolatai. 



HowTork 

Ohio 

PoaafljlTania. 



Kontachy . 
Wyomlaff. 

Goocfla 
MiMoori 




Malaa. 

Florida 

North Ouvllaa.. 

I Idaho 
Kaatackj 



"•y 



Hay 
May 



Sopt. «. 

1. 



a. 

*. 

it, 

zi. 
•, 

IfL 

Ik 

Ik 

i«. 

11 

\ 



■•1 







•«• 



t«« 



•#»• 



•*• 

«*• 
4«ft 

«•■ 

•■•• 
• •« 



SECOND CLASS. 



37 



CloM — 48 members — Annual Examination ^ June^ 1891. 



Age at date of 


Order of merit. 














9 


piactica] work in steam 
engineering. 


i 

a 


g 




a 

•** 




1 


1 






d 


t 


Is 


1 


9 

1 




6 


• 


S 

9 


1 

a 

s 


1 


1 


1 


i 
1 


1 




1 


t 


• 


a 
m 

t 




1 

a 

"A 
181 


1 


16 


1 


89 


86 


84 


35 


22 


80 


48 


38 


44 


82 


17 


7 


18 


1 


1 


4 


1 


1 


8 


1 


10 


47 


••1 


10 


2 


83 


13 


17 


68 


4 


14 


11 


8 


87 


81 


14 


16 


6 


33 


41 


37 


34 


40 


28 


9 


84 


81 


69 


t 


16 


6 


43 


43 


44 


49 


44 


44 


17 


44 


39 


139 


^ 


16 


6 


18 


6 


10 


6 


11 


8 


13 


3 


8 


29 


10 


16 


8 


37 


88 


80 


88 


86 


21 


16 


85 


36 


111 


<83 


16 


9 


41 


87 


89 


66 


18 


35 


88 


83 


38 


97 


84 


17 





18 


14 


7 


18 


8 


10 


31 


88 


84 


69 


6 


17 


6 


11 


7 


19 


16 


20 


18 


1 


86 


10 


33 


15 


16 


6 


8 


9 


6 


18 


5 


13 


19 


17 


18 


44 


7 


15 


11 


41 


44 


40 


89 


48 


48 


38 


48 


83 


103 


«r 


16 


9 


6 


8 


18 


10 


18 


16 


17 


88 


8 


18 


13 


16 


8 


6 


9 


8 


89 


6 


5 


8 


11 


18 


61 


•5 


15 


10 


44 


48 


26 


44 


88 


31 


87 


89 


81 


66 


31 


16 


8 


27 


36 


32 


54 


15 


87 


86 


48 


45 


195 


«r38 


17 


2 


36 


27 


a") 


17 


37 


40 


86 


16 


S3 


99 


e35 


17 


7 


19 


16 


14 


17 


23 


84 


40 


13 


8 


8 


17 


17 


1 


a 


a 


a 


26 


a 


a 


a 


a 


a 


86 


iV 


15 


9 


1 


11 


8 


85 


14 


6 


30 


6 


7 


16 


••3 


P 


3 


8 


11 


8 


2 


9 


15 


14 


11 


6 


11 


9 


16 


8 


4 


10 


11 


38 


8 


10 


88 


6 


83 


70 


18 


17 


11 


23 


39 


20 


11 


34 


30 


48 


n 


15 


40 


86 


17 


8 


85 


18 


40 


85 


20 


19 


83 


80 


40 


106 


86 


15 


3 


29 


38 


37 


80 


38 


41 


6 


18 


15 


81 


86 


16 


6 


8 


8 


4 


6 


8 


3 


81 


7 


1 


9 


•8 


17 


5 


38 


28 


39 


35 


27 


88 


43 


37 


86 


61 


87 


17 


5 


7 


6 


14 


84 


7 


7 


10 


10 


8 


9 


8 


17 


4 


23 


30 


af 


41 


89 


18 


31 


34 


87 


114 


88 


15 


1 


8 


22 


30 


44 


31 


85 


87 


40 


33 


111 


34 


16 





23 


31 


28 


6 


88 


31 


7 


13 


20 


50 


«82 


16 


8 


29 


81 


23 


80 


81 


88 


88 


80 


89 


66 


80 


16 


9 


33 


38 


13 


86 


18 


4 


83 


45 


43 


179 


18 


16 


6 


a 


a 


a 


30 


a 


a 


a 


a 


a 


85 


V 


16 


8 


80 


4 


3 


9 


10 


8 


88 


15 


26 


74 


«^ 


16 


7 


80 


19 


35 


20 


27 


31 


4 


41 


31 


76 


87 


17 


8 


40 


36 


20 


31 


43 


41 


80 


4 


8 


81 


Xr 


17 


1 


a 


a 


a 


46 


a 


a 


o 


a 


a 


42 


T- 


16 


6 


14 


40 


43 


48 


33 


88 


41 


35 


12 


27 


t 


17 


4 


10 


7 


6 


15 


16 


8 


86 


19 





14 


11 


15 


8 


17 


24 


25 


31 


24 


88 


16 


9 


27 


91 


19 


16 


4 


27 


23 


30 


49 


17 


81 


38 


38 


41 


101 


S3 


15 


1 


88 


33 


36 


31 


34 


36 


86 


81 


19 


37 


t 



38 



RELATIVE STANDING — 



nelaiive SUndimg ^f iU ^«mI CwMt ^ Of 



i 



ao 
le 
ti 

IV 



acofffuff^ rradarkk WIIUmi. 
aymlogtott, Towtn . 



Tnat, Fradcvlck Am^m^— 
ailMMi, GbrfaUui ClurlM n«rmM. 



State ftom which ■ypeUtad. 



WattTlrglBU 
Ohio 



'lUy 11. IMA 

I lUy tl, 1«^« 

May It, l«» 

r;. tuM* 



I 



SECOND CLASS. 



39 



Cla 9a 4 8 member» — Annual BxaminatUm, •/«««, 1891 — Continaed. 



Age at date of 
adrnteloiL 



15 
16 
14 

16 

17 



a 



7 
11 


11 

8 



OrdfV of merit. 



14 

22 
16 
82 



i 



33 
26 
17 
20 



■ 

s 

9 

13 

u 



do 



40 
34 
18 
14 






S3 
I 

47 
61 
IS 



s 

a 
9 



I 



40 
84 
10 
80 



I 

g 

1 

t 



88 
23 

17 
26 



•g 

I 



24 
8 

12 
6 



a 

I 

1 
I 



83 

81 

7 

86 



I 

I 



42 
20 
16 
37 
12 






o 

2 



177 
70 
36 

102 
34 



i 

a 



s 



\i 



X 

80 

16 

21 

P 



40 



RELATIVE STANDING — 



BeUHrt Standing of the \nrat CndH* of Ot Tkiri 




f7 ■ 

•7 

» 

le 
n 

f 

u' 

44 
11 
U 

33 
•3 
40 
•« 

n 

u 
n 

4S 



17. 

lo ■ 

41 . 
•4 

•l' 
30 . 
«• 

34 
13 ■ 

3Z ' 

»> 



AilNiry, Lonto (]«an|«, Jr 

llftCl«i7, Worth... 

Bunl, l««(« Ounwaj 

Itorry. DatM Mark 



(kapb*!!, R4wftn| H*l«. 
IWvrr, Manria . 

niadvlrk, Wnttk IaIH 

Cterk, Pnak HWfM, Jr ... 

CVIfWAB, Juiiea fUaoel 

r.K«k, Alton MrrrUm . .. 

<'ror|ier, iohtt An h<l«>ll 

<V(Nl#]r, WalUr Kclvjn 

Ik^ldrMc*, John iV^lioa 

Hwiigtoi, Eklwrd S^eme9t ._^ 

KM«r, UwIb Af vrf 

r^*l, ClirMo|ili«r CMiM 

ritok, CIm4« Umm 

iltm, WllttaB K»m 

<]roMl»M-k. Will torn tiormni 

tiruff, JovfA Ci4iloiita 

llAlBflk P)Pt«r OoQuvcr, jr 

lloUihgvr, QmtU Looc 

Jwkaittt, Orlott **«*«*•■ 

JocM<«, L^wto BwttHM .. 

K'Ik'CX. TboMM fliMito 

Iaac, Chftrtoa Juom ....^..^ 
M( K«th«J^ Alfrvd AoffUitva . . 

■a«lll«U«ltJ*kB 

iMtcMMrr, WlUlui Mtork 
MofTK Jok» » ■■!■ y 
Xatttetf, iMWl rk»H«« Jr . ■ 
<>lflMU< Ntt7 KAf4»r ^.. 

TkoMMM l»rftjrUM ...^. . 

llHiry AlUn 

iT^rvf, Jtmryk Alf^rt 



Loulniana 

North <^n>lin» ^ 

Imllnfin 

Cklifoml* . . . 

K^Dtorky 

P»nn*ylf«nia 

loiltMia ~^.. 

HJllBMUU 

MlaD««>t« 

Bbodn lalAiMl 



PvBDaylvaoki .^ 

Coiui«rtiral .. 

W«tt VirKtnia 

OwrKte 

MMMrbOMtti 

T0XM , 

ntlooto 



T. 

(IrL fl, 

»n< 4. 

Stopl. 4, 
May l». 

M«X S 

Mr|4. «. 

N-|< T. 

lUr ti. 

<kt. 1 



niinoto... 
Ohio. 



I JSMll 

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41 



CIa««— 56 mefkberi — Annwil Examinationf June, 1891. 



Age at date of ad- 
minion. 


Order of merit. 






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36 


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16 


6 


62 


60 


60 


20 


62 


60 


162 


h- 


18 


2 


64 


64 


69 


64 


33 


63 


230 


^ 


17 


7 


86 


17 


39 


87 


11 


14 


16 


27 


18 


1 


8 


4 


6 


8 


26 


46 


108 


•7 


16 


11 


23 


26 


36 


23 


26 


88 


82 


26 


16 


11 


3 


26 


42 


37 


28 


46 


142 


10 


18 


6 


41 


41 


31 


63 


29 


43 


97 


42 


17 


2 


24 


27 


34 


17 


60 


32 


90 


33 


17 


ft 


6 


16 


16 


12 


7 


1 


33 


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16 


3 


42 


61 


62 


28 


43 


24 


41 


t 


18 


8 


11 


31 


19 


47 


10 


19 


66 


18 


17 


3 


39 


43 


61 


47 


84 


44 


119 


44 


17 


10 


13 


13 


13 


16 


32 


9 


19 


11 


17 


1 


7 


9 


9 


84 


41 


28 


52 


16 


17 


10 


36 


44 


36 


24 


42 


36 


93 


38 


16 


9 


4 


6 


6 


6 


3 


27 


67 


•3 


16 


11 


22 


23 


46 


37 


63 


60 


117 


40 


17 





14 


2 


18 


6 


1 


15 


17 


♦6 


18 





27 


23 


8 


8 


17 


31 


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21 


16 





49 


53 


64 


26 


37 


55 


276 


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19 


4 


9 


22 


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11 


34 


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71 


12 


17 


4 


29 


29 


46 


36 


14 


16 


44 


31 


19 


S 


36 


36 


31 


29 


61 


40 


77 


43 


16 


9 


19 


33 


31 


18 


21 


16 


62 


23 


16 


6 


a 


a 


66 


a 


a 


30 


64 


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18 


2 


16 


32 


16 


15 


21 


21 


39 


17 


19 


10 


12 


16 


17 


12 


1 


40 


95 


10 


17 


10 


39 


41 


42 


' 61 


39 


21. 


30 


41 


18 


9 


6 


9 


14 


3 


9 


4 


24 


♦4 


16 


1 


1 


1 


3 


42 


12 


4 


26 


•1 


19 


8 


18 


12 


36 


31 


49 


29 


33 


30 


19 


9 


26 


8 


2 


7 


18 


6 


18 


♦8 


17 


10 


44 


48 


49 


44 


24 


1 


23 


36 


18 


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17 


14 


9 


2 


39 


29 


66 


13 


19 


8 


83 


27 


19 


41 


34 


6 


17 


32 


16 


10 


10 


80 


36 


37 


29 


16 


29 


20 


18 


7 


88 


20 


7 


1 


6 


9 


29 


•9 


16 


8 


48 


44 


42 


33 


64 


47 


121 


48 


17 


8 


42 


47 


68 


22 


4 


88 


107 


36 


17 





8 


6 


1 


9 


16 


8 


27 


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16 


2 


46 


88 


28 


49 


46 


62 


144 


45 


19 


11 


84 


10 


4 


14 


7 


6 


18 


1! 


16 


8 


88 


34 


66 


62 


81 


64 


262 





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43 



CUiH$ — 56 m€m k€ r$ A nnual 



iMi» Juns^ 1891— Continued. 



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26 


6 


88 


74 


86 


10 




8 


44 


46 


40 


49 


46 


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63 


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48 


16 


13 


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26 


46 


44 


86 


64 


88 


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7 


60 


84 


86 


86 


19 


19 


89 


84 


19 




10 


26 


11 


27 


46 


80 


84 


88 


84 


17 







19 


40 


22 


18 


48 


9 


88 


88 


18 




8 


16 


7 


82 


10 


18 


46 


197 


14 


19 




1 


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87 


88 


83 


114 


88 


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61 


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88 


89 


46 


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B««ii*tt, Kmrat l.in«ni«| . 

IV^nrmaa, John ltiH»*il ... 

lluiik«mJt«r, (>'barlM Hnmtier . .. 

BvIoMT, Rt«ru« (Wtyle 

(lM|ip«>It. Bttlpfa llnU>rt . 

(*li«^rr. Arthar TrMii*lU4> 

Cbtttrbill, Wloiloii 

C<*>n«>, Batrli InsliAm ...^. 

CiMtpt't, I|pkftli«u T*yt<*r 

('•K, BmiM lAflKSt* 

<*m««o, ThoaM«Tifiir^9 

Ik«Jttni#ttr. Junm ItauiM CViirttiAfi 

DrKsy. Krkrunl rni%ra 

I»«L*4ir. Rdwici |I»>«|«n 

Kflivry, Artbtir Itallanl 

Knclftad, f^rrt><*> . . . .... 

falltn«t<l«*r. Simon lM«r . .. 

Oatl^rmlth, Ott Wri SMiit li ^ 

i»«ltn. Otiri*- KAfI . . . 

lilUla, Irvla Vm «iM4w 

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FOURTH CLASS. 



45 



C^Mf— 72 memberB^Anmual SxamitMiUmf June, 1891. 



Age at date of admlwdon. 



I 



16 

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18 
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17 
17 
17 
17 
16 
16 
18 
16 
18 
19 
17 
17 
17 
18 
17 
17 
19 
17 
18 
18 
18 
10 
16 
16 
18 
17 
16 
18 
16 
17 
17 
19 
17 
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6 
7 
8 
2 
5 
11 
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10 
6 
4 

6 
6 
4 

3 
4 
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7 
6 
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Order of merit 



36 
68 
11 
44 
66 
63 
24 
69 
49 
41 
29 
17 
26 
26 
12 
7 
63 
64 

68 
60 

33 
10 
60 
66 

8 
22 
62 
46 
16 

6 
16 
69 
86 
67 
17 

8 
62 
42 
31 
39 
65 

6 
20 



60 
04 

8 
86 
27 
61 
13 
66 
26 
82 
62 
62 
16 
36 
26 

6 
68 
67 

66 
44 

20 
21 
66 

60 
29 
23 
69 
60 
29 
62 

7 
32 
28 
29 
11 
23 
43 
40 
46 
49 
62 

7 
13 



17 
24 
84 
46 
66 
66 
14 
49 
41 
43 
69 
62 

8 
43 
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4 
67 
27 

66 
62 

43 
36 
46 
64 
19 

9 
69 
61 
26 
84 

6 
60 
18 
SO 
10 
28 
67 
67 
18 
39 
68 
20 
38 



40 
61 
14 
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69 
21 
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67 
48 
80 
88 
14 
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28 
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48 

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47 



Ciass — 12 mrmbrr* — Annual JExaminatUtnf June^ 1891 — Continued. 



Age at dftto of Mlnitelon. 



e 



17 
17 
18 
17 
10 
17 
17 
18 
16 
19 
18 
18 
16 
16 
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16 
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19 
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47 
47 
17 
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28 
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80 



APPOINTMENTS, DISCHARGES, RESIGNATIONS, DISlflSSAL^. 

D^otmhtr 13, 1890, to November 18, 189L 



APPOUfTXD KN8ION8 JULY 1, 1891. 

N»va1 Cftdet Hoff, Artbor Bainbridge ClAMoflfW 

N»Tftl C«det Twining, XfttbMi Crook ClAMoflKNS 

N*vftl Cadet Hatohlson, Benjamin Franklin Claaiof li»« 

Naval Cadot Kittelle, Snmner Ely Claaaofiwv 

Naval Cadet Pratt, William Veasie Claea of \y^^ 

Naval Cadet Marvell, George Ralph Claea of \w» 

Naval Cadet Magnider, Tbomae Pickett Claaaof 1)»€) 

Naval Cadet MacDougall, William Diigald Claaa of 1k<i 

Naval Cadet Bradshaw, George Brown riaaaof lfO<« 

Naval Cadet de Hteiguer, Loaia Rndolpb Claaa of It^iQ* 

Naval Cadet Phelpe, William Woodward CUaa of 1»W 

Naval Cadet Kaiier, Lonie Antbony Claaa of lt«€» 

Naval Cadet Cole, William Carey Claaa of 1>09 

Naval Cadet Brand, Cbarlee Aognatine Claaa of !)«<» 

Naval Cadet WUUama, Pbtlip Claaa of l*o« 

Naval Cadet Terhone, Warren Jay Claaa of l»o« 

Naval Cadet Mitchell, (ieorge Grant Cia«ioflwe* 

Naval Cadet Harriaon, William Kelley Claaa of l*o<i 

Naval Cadet Kermier, George Looien Claea of 1(0« 

ArPOIMTKD AdSlSTAlCT BKOUfKRRa JULY 1, 1801. 

Naval Cadet Nnlton, Lonia MeC*oy Claae of l>o<i 

Naval Cadet Pation, John Bryson ClaM of ]k>^ 

Naval Cadet Danforth, George Waabington Claaa of |v^ 

Naval Cadet Carney, Roltert Emeat Claaa of l*^v 

APPOUrntD ABSIBTANT NAVAL CONSTRrCTORS J FLY 1, 1M91. 

Naval Cadet Hobaon, Richmond Peanon..... Claaa of IK^ 

Naval Cadet Rock, George Henry Claaa of IWH 

APFOINTKI» 6BCOKD UKVTKNAKTS U. 8. MARIN R TORPfl JULY 1, 1H9I. 

Naval Cadet Lucaa, Lewie Clark Claaa of 1n>« 

Naval Cadet Neamann, Bertram Stanabnry Claaa of 1^^ 

Naval Cadet Long, Charlea Grant ClaM of |W4^ 

Naval Cadei Faller, B<»u Hebard Claaa of 1k^.« 

Naval Cadet oaie> , Cleland Nebwn Claae of 1>W 

Naval Cadet Dntton, Rotiert McMillan Claaa of l«o«« 

Naval Cadet Procbafka, Joliui....... CUaaof I)o<» 

Naval Cadet I^wndea, Edwaid Rotledge Claae of 1k«^!» 

IIONCIRARLY l»iaCllARORD JUNR 90, 1H91, VTOH TnRIR OWN AmJCAYlON, WrtH t'RR. 
YtnCAYB or ORAI^UATION, AT TIIR RKD OT TtIR rt»UR YBARa' COrttflR. 

Na%atCadel Plowera. Robert 1.4^ Claaa of Wn 

Naval CadM Kocbervpcrger, Frank Henry Claaa of IKM 

Naval Cadet Ninda, Uaniei Bei^amin Cbuaof l!<c^l 

4iJ 



APPOINTMENTS, DISCHARGES, RESIGNATIONS, DISMISSALS. 49 

WITHDRAWN JUNE, 1891, AT THE END Olf THE FOUR TEARS' COURSE. 

Naval Cadet Nire, Kagekazu . Japaneae student. 

RESIONED. 



Naval Cadet Taloott, Arthur Jewell, fourth class ..... Jan. 14 

Naval Cadet Allen, Charles, second elass ...... Feb. 16 

Naval Cadet Arison, Edgar Emniett, second class Feb. 19 

Naval Cadet Iiogan, William Vance, third class . . Feb. 19 

Naval Cadet Blandy, Edwin Channcey, fourth class.... .... Feb. 19 

Naval Cadet Kress, Frederick Charles, fourth class Feb. 19 

Naval Cadet McAvoy, Ballard firownlee, fourth class .. Feb. 19 

Naval Cadet Tolfree, Herbert Myron, fourth class Feb. 19 

Naval Cadet Bannou, Philip Michael, second class . Feb. 20 

Naval Cadet Hooker, James Clifton, third class Feb. 20 

Naval Cadet Bivins, Robert Francis, fourth class.. Feb. 20 

Naval Cadet Houk, Herman Whitelaw, fourth class Feb. 20 

Naval Cadet Towne, Arthur Elisha, fourth class Feb. 24 

Naval Cadet Wishart, William Clifton, third class Feb. 26 

Naval Cadet Valentine, William Stanley, third class .. May 16 

Naval Cadet Baii-d, Lewis Conway, third class June 8 

Naval Cadet Dennett, Stanley Pullen, second class... _. June 17 

Naval Cadet Groesbeck, William Gerard, third class . June 17 

Naval Cadet Bagley, Worth, third class June 17 

Naval Cadet Baldwin, Murray, fourth class . June 17 

Naval Cadet Craven, Thomas Tingey, fourth class June 17 

Naval Cadet De Kay, Eckford Craven, fourth class June 17 

Naval Cadet Greer, George Tate, fourth class June 17 

Naval Cadet Izard, Walter Blake, fourth class.... . June 17 

Naval Cadet McCormack, Michael James, fourth class .... June 17 

Naval Cadet Watson, Edward Howe, fourth class ..... June 17 

Naval Cadet Stearns, Edward Cheever, third class June 18 

Naval Cadet Andrews, Claude Norton, fourth class ...... June 25 

Naval Cadet Breckinridge, Joseph Cabell, second class June 27 

Naval Cadet Gibbs, Washington Dorsey, first class Sept. 3 

Naval Cadet Hoblitzelle, William Edward, second class 9......... Oct. 3 

Naval Cadet Asbnry, Louis George, third class .— ... Oct. 7 

Naval Cadet Zillman, Christian Charles Herman, second class ... Oct. 9 

Naval Cadet Rice, Arthur, second class Oct. 13 

Naval Cadet Stopford, Frederick William, second class Oct. 13 

Naval Cadet Batts, Edward Lee, fourth class .. Oct. 13 

DISMISSED. 



1891 
1891 
1891 
1891 
1891 
1891 
1891 
1891 
1891 
1891 
1891 
1891 
1891 
1891 
1891 
1891 
1891 
1891 
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1891 
1891 
1891 
1891 
1891 
1891 
1891 
1891 
1891 
1891 
1891 
1891 
1891 
1891 
1891 
1891 
1891 



Naval Cadet Peild, Hubbard Moylan, third class Deo. 18, 1890 

Naval Cadet Dailey, Harry Logan, fourth class Dec. 18, 1890 



12153—4 



MERIT-ROLLS FOR 1890-'91. 



MerU^roUs, made out annualli/ far each dUuSf bKow thB proficiency of the oadeU in each 
branch of study. The nnmberB given in the tahlCf page 75, ehowing ike relative weight of 
the different branoheSf are need a$ ooeJMents; the final mark in each branch (on a eoaJe of 
4) being muUipUed by the number assigned to thai branch. The sum of the products^ after 
adding the multiple for disciplinef is the final mark of the cadet for the year. 

In the case of cadets that 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 
the amount by which the final mark in the advanced course exceeds 2.50. 

In the graduating merit-rollf the final standing for the course is determined by the sum of 
the yearly marks, 

"Cadets who attain 85 per cent, of the multiple in any year shall be distinguished by a 
star affixed to their names on the merit-rolls,'' (Begulaiions U. 8. Naval Academy, $ 191.) 

The diplomas of cadets whose final marks on the graduating merit-roll are not less than 
S6 per cent, of the maximum read "passed with distinction"; those whose final marks are 
between l^per cent, and 95 per cent, of the nuudmum read "passed with credit" ; and those 
whose final marks are between 62^ per cent, and 74 per cent, of the maximum read "passed." 



F Physically disqualified for the naval service, 

* Received 85 per cent, of the multiple, 

t Found defidentf allowed a reexamination, passed, and continued with class, 

t Found deficient f allowed a reexamination, again deficient, and recommended io be 

dropped, 

i Found deficient, and recommended to be dropped. 

IT Retained in next lower class. 

a Absent from examination, 

b Deficient. 

d Dismissed, 

e Selected for engineer dinision, 

I Honorably discharged at end of four yeartf coursCm 

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55 



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in 18B7, now performing reqpiired service afloat — Line DivUion. 



of general merit 
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228 


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700 


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70.11 


144.82 


204.96 


280.69 


700.67 


•2 


Horatio G. Clillaior 


69.37 
66.49 


142.66 
135.24 


202.97 
201.49 


279.80 
277.70 


694.69 


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680.92 


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Bieliard H. Watt 


68.63 


136.36 


194.21 


266.31 


664.41 


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Boftaald B. Bolkuip 

DoWHI Blaaior 


69.19 
61.72 


133.63 
180.05 


189.68 
197.28 


266.89 
257.44 


659.19 
646.49 


7 


Oiarkl). Bti>anm. ., „.. 


64.49 


129.78 


186.00 


251.38 


631.66 


18 


Panlel B. Nlnde , ., 


64.43 


133.04 


181.15 


849.92 


628.64 


9 


Bdwfn T. Pollock 


62.72 


129.62 


186.14 


260.83 


687.81 


10 


If M^ry 0. I^q^flfffl 


64.22 


127.98 


184.61 


260.08 


686.84 


11 


AHhflr L. "Winanl 


63.11 
61.78 
67.77 


123.44 
126.28 
119.84 


177.87 
18&24 
176.87 


267.38 
242.68 
247.90 


681.30 


12 


H>i*lfy H. Chr<fty — . .„-.... 


616.88 


13 


Benwick J. Hartvng - „ ..._ 


601.38 


14 
16 


HMiry H. nimgh 

Noble I. Irwin . . 


64.30 
68.11 


124.62 
118.76 


164.27 
186.26 


247.74 
242.69 


600.93 
699.71 


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64.41 


126.46 


172.48 


236.46 


698.80 


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Waldo Braof ,u-.. ....^ ^^ .^-_ ._„ 


63.84 
62.68 
63.64 


118.24 
122.22 
114.22 


176.96 
162.87 
168.66 


246.20 
236.21 
294.63 


696.28 


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882.98 


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Ba|w»*t,, inA^mn, . .. ,.„. 


671.14 


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Albert ft. McT^n|4>r« .„ .,, 


67.69 


124.18 


166.16 


218.21 


666.23 


21 


ThcMoae J. Benn _ . . .,.. ..» 


66.41 


107.84 


161.42 


237.71 


662.38 


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61.67 


116.04 


169.41 


226.19 


668.81 


23 


H«rry H. naldmll , ^ ^ , 


66.22 
68.66 


U0.21 
121.47 


164.06 
163.18 


281.09 
222.72 


661.67 


24 


0*rUa T, PFW^An ., .„^ ,. 


660.98 


26 


nioa WilllAmii _„, ^ _ 


66.99 
69.61 
64.69 
68.27 
68.21 


109.91 
110.01 
112.47 
118.49 
101.09 


16L78 
168.04 
169.26 
168.28 
149.86 


212.67 
827.86 
224.19 
224.88 
246.04 


660.80 


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BnftieH. Lane _ _ . , „..._. ._ 


664.41 


27 


Jay H. Sypber. ._ - 


660.61 


28 


Bfeh&nl H, T^gh 


649.87 


29 


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649.29 


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66.85 
68.97 
67.01 


111.74 
110.26 
110.47 


160.00 
160.72 
162.82 


221.98 
222.10 
224.64 


640.07 


81 


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617.06 


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644.84 


183 


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68.96 


107.01 


169.69 


217.19 


687.84 


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64.61 


108.82 


162.06 


216.90 


631.78 


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62.00 


106.16 


164.68 


215.72 


630.66 


86 


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49.89 
66.09 
48.66 


102.87 
1U.66 
106.21 


147.19 
160.06 
168.26 


226.49 
206.01 
208.12 


624.44 


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19.55 
18.60 
17.80 
15.80 
16.10 



11 
I 



I 



40 



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26.30 
31.60 
26.90 
27.20 
80.40 
26.80 



a 
S 

8 . 



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16.75 



17.45 
16.20 
13.80 
13.86 
14.35 
13.80 






a 



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5.26 
6.38 
6.64 
6.86 
6.46 
5.92 
5.82 



• 
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64 



48.16 
66.80 
49.28 
62.80 
61.20 
46.88 
48.96 



I 

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804 



217.47 
245.46 
286.71 
225.80 
221.07 
216.77 
212.54 



♦50 



MERIT-ROLL — SECOND CLASS. 



Mrri 


Iroff 0/ the Ifaval Ut 


torK 


/ f*e > 


sfci»ka 


C(4l88 


^4K 1 


newMtet 


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1891. 










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8 

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9 


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411 


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11.44) 


30. 72 


10. ») 


4A.84 


37. 7n 


10.99 


11.46 


am> 




-I 


iM»»k 1. McPMftM .. 


10. H 


10.62 


28. 4<) 


10. 02 


4A.M) 


34.<«) 


9.48 


ia9s 


46. S4 




«n 


■•ir»H W. ■•■MtM 


11. or 


9.93 


30.4HI 


9.83 


37.:t2 


33. »» 


8.HS 


10.98 


44 18 


; ■ 


^H 


J«kB H. r«rt*r 


fl.&S 


10.41 


29.i>2 


10.17 


S9.12 


36.44) 


9.38 


10.68 


40 92 


IH 


t 


■SHitr MB FwfttMtt 


9.(K 


10.(Jfi 


26.72 


9.33 


40.32 


3.1.01) 


11.18 


10.78 


41. •' 


: H 


• 


Qn>itt»r7 C. fittvbuo 


9.03 


9.81 


27. W 


9.90 


43.92 


32 r*i 


8.79 


10.0* 


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t 


f)«4nic» r. iHijr .«^..... 


9 9f. 


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10.02 


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31.0(» 


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10.66 


41. OB 


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S 


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9.0c 


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32.80 


10. ni 


10.88 


46 O* 


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1 9.24 


9.ia 


20.72 


to. 89 


39. 4« 


31.40 


9 81 


10. T4 


46.64 


1 r. B 


l«» 


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38.04 


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9.87 


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u m 


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f r<N|».rlrk L. fti»;«r .«.. 


9.21 


10. 17 


27 08 


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9 410 


10 68 


44 Id 




12 


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9.72 


9.4A 


2».ff> 


9.39 


39.84 


32 &» 


8.94 


11.10 


41 04 


:- • 


13 


nt.M«-ti A K«aua .... 


9.i7 


10. M 


2:^.44 


10.11 


37.44 


.30 81) 


9.67 


9 99 


I6l8i. 


If • 


U 


John R. T. BUkrIy 


K 31 


9.H7 


24.72 


8.81 


41.88 


31..'-. 


10.06 


11.40 


60 «■> 


• •* • 


lA 


Wtllmm r. I»»«*oo ... 


9 IS 


10.17 


23.lri 


9.98 


34. M> 


.12 :»» 


11.7*1 


9.64 


41 Ii> 


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1 l^oii M Tli(Miii»**o 


1 «.!« 


• 9.24 


24.32 


9.99 


36.04 


.8..!81 


9 9C» 


9 IS 


4S 9a 


1- 


17 


Joliii r. llliM* 


}i 67 


9.r.7 


24. M> 


9.84 


34.211 


27. «» 


8 18 


10 71 1 46. (■! 


l — 


U 


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I Ml 


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9.00 


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8.87 


7.74 » t» 


1 m 


l'« 


JftttM>« 8ti«>rhBll 


ll.7« 


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9.M 


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9.83 


10. 9> 


40 «• 


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J<ihD T. Il> ft*. .-.._.-. 


«.37 


8.91 


22.411 


9.A7 


34.68 


• 28. »» 


8.94 


Ki. 41 


40 A» 


1 


SI 


rr»«l'-nrk A. Tnrnt 


KM 


•.97 


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31.32 


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10.62 


10 9t 


18. 7# 


1 ^ 


#x: 


iMafif.'oJ K. MuM« . ... 


fi.43 


8.31 


21.92 


10. 2^1 .-kJ.lti 

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10 44 


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41. M 


} • 


rf. 


lU4i-ri K. rniik 


> li K. 


8.40 


22. M> 


9.80 ' 31.98 


27.8i» 


9.49 


9.86 


38 S4 


1«* 


84 


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7. Mt 


Kir 


SI. 84 


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28 «> , 


9.39 


10.06 


40 m 


:•• 


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P. 4.1 


7.WI 


22. 80 


lO.JiR . y).48 


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7.92 


9. a 


42, »• 


' ■« ■ 


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' «.37 


8.04 


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9. Ti 1 »i (10 


2ft ¥* 


10.68 


10.86 


42 m 


•v » 


r 


iiM E. I* Pntijtk....... 


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9.m 


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9. 72 . 31 .'41 


M.hi 


10.63 


8 07 40 6# 


• • ■ 


• »» 


♦•♦«»r«f Hal'i*-*!! ...... 


H.4:i 


8.34 


22.18 


9.r 31.44 


29 ») 


6.79 


8 N8 <» 7« 


• 


!tV 


Th ni«« 1. »*tJ« 


R. 1.1 


8 « 


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9 M .-V). 48 


2:< 90 


9.08 


10 17 «L 4* 


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Jti 


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> Ii4« 


8.&8 


21. 'Jl 


8.78 1 30 48 


27.10 


10.36 


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%ar«»fli L <««nibU 


: 7.5-. 


7.. 'a 


22 in 


8.94 


90.98 


2«.10 


9.08 


9.aa 41 7« 


!• ■ 


Xt 


*»»|.f IWU 


» H 37 


8.V. 


' 22.14 


9.4^ 


34.44 


2i.l0 


8.04 


9.U8 ! S!l 'H 


:i 


ss 


TftiM •«« Hiiif. jr ... 


N 4<i 


8.fc7 


21 88 


8.79 


36 M 


S8.I0 


t.ai 


6.34 38 • 


• •_ ~ 


M 


••^'ftf* 11. il»ih»f. .^... 


, »24 


8.81* 


2l.«it 


8.94 


31.20 


18. » 


8.M 


8 21 > 3* te 


*•, 


•.V 


E Itrl. HMtfi>«'k 


a.ii 


84 


21 f. 


9 M ai 12 


S6.70 


8.6« 


10 8P 38 ^ 


.• 


i* 


Th*oil« r» II Vi*m 


•.r> 


9 1ft 


Vt i»* 


0.4i ' 31.88 


fil.30 


8.67 


9 r 


97 tm 


*• 


r 


<>i«rt««r Ma^kltit 


p. 1.1 


8. 4<> 


20 21 


' 9 12 11 V. 


S6.ai» 


T.99 


6 49 


41 4i- 


• • 


m» 


WwhlbCto* t>. <*lM« 


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«. |i» 


21.»t» 


8 4<» IT J» 


3« A> 


8 62 


1 m u 12 


- 


> 


%rlh«r IU'» _.-. 


7.^N 


\ 8 lo 


22 Mt 


». ftl 2». .12 


2A 40 


9 61 


11.19 \ 43 4# 


m • 


t 


Til .MM H ll«^o. 


. • 41 


1 7.«: 

1 


m 13 


9. 4% , i9 «n 


38 ») 


10.17 


9.M • 41 78 


*. ■ 


t 


J.a>D H kw^li. |r 


1 

» »1 


7 w 


19 44 


9.24 i .-ki «• 

1 


•> •»» 


6.13 


8 79 ; 43 •• 


1 _ • 


r 


rrwWwk W. MofiTunl .. 


» «*t 


' • £1 


.»> «> 


■ MH ' •«•! 411 


i% wt 


9.10 


8 11 > 38 IS 


•4 *• 


r 


itUftWy P. iWttD'tt 


7 »• 


T 11 


Jl> !■» 


9 M •► •• 


21 '4. 


6 31 


8 t4 ; 38 18 


• ■ • 


► 


J'M|i4 <* Br*« kinrvtc* 


7.74 


7 i: 


!• r; 


• 7'» .'7.34 


i4. It. 


9.67 


7 j 87 «* 


.§• • 


IV 


Wt'Iiaa R ll'44it*»l)» 


1 


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1 

■ - - 1 




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' 




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.... 


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.... 


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1 


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11 ul 


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8 41 


41 m 


h ^^» M^A 



MERIT- ROLL-THIRD CLASS. D- 

ilerit-roU o/ the Naval CadtU of (A« ThM CJom— 56 ■MMkri— JxHUot ExamiMtion, 
Jttmt, 1891. 



WllliBB B. loalsoMmir... 

wiimt T>B i 

KdwlmLRdM 

Loati J. M*KllI 

Clud*8.nt«k 

rnak H. CUrkJr 

E>ffCM L. BlM«t 

»Ul«l C. N*ttlB|r,jT . 

■■■rlu B. PiafB*! .. 



John a Dodditdga .. 



nH II. a 

•nHS.K<ll0M 

jiiM.C«o* 



FTkiik B. Upbwn 
raba B. Knrrla.. 






28. M 
30. M 



w.» 


„ 


„ 


14.40 


O.10 


20 


10 


180 


19.95 


14.64 




ia.6B 










14. M 




24.06 


18.06 




IB. US 


1B.M 


IS. 80 


23.6(1 


» 


20 


136 


n.90 




1Y.80 


M.U 


21 






18. SB 




40 


IJ.IO 


S3.M 


ai 


38 


133 


n.as 


1< 




ie.M 




«i 


68 




n.» 








21.26 


« 






14. m 




12 


sa.«t 


23.W 


» 


04 


126 








IT. 10 


S4.1I 


26 














SI 


06 


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M 


IT. IS 




T6 


1.18 


lET 


IB, 40 






i>,a) 


li 


86 


n 












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21 


•6 


21 






IS. 86 


14 


in 


urn 


li 


80 


26.00 


126 








14. M) 


«1 


48 


26.08 




13. T6 


13 


M 


16.60 


11 


66 


28.40 


126 


13, BO 










61 


28.66 






14 






2! 




28.12 




14.60 




80 


14 80 


21 


30 


v 


64 


IW 










11 


S2 


I- 






14. W 


13 


M 


14. eo 








40 




13. TO 






16.10 


21 


66 


18 


64 


m 


15.80 




n 


14.30 


21 


It 




32 


121 




11 


60 


16.76 


















16.!fi 


■a 








ISO 


14. to 


la 


40 


14.80 


m 


40 


28 


88 


110 


18.30 




04 








21 




110 


18.10 


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12 


16.16 


■HI 


22 


21 


36 


120 








14.06 










110 


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119 


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14.90 


a 


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IS 


118 


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lift 


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li 


32 


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68 








13,38 


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14.28 






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62 



MERIT-ROLL— THIRD GLASS. 



MprU-roH o/fA« ^a9al Codato of IA« TUrd ClMf-^66 

Jmm$, 1801— Coniiniiad. 



46 

47 
48 

^ 

t 

f- 



0«r T. fleott 

Aodr4 M. Ptoctor ^ 

Jaa«t a Poltar 

■dwtfd a stMfoi 

WmltM* a Whitman., .,, 
Jmbm & Cotoman ■ ■ — 
Wofth BMl*r 



WUlteM 0. tirucalMek 

Uwto a Balrd 

Uwto Bmmni Joqw 

Lovli a. Aab«f7 Jr ....^^ 




».1D 
M.10 
tt.«) 
t4.10 

18. W 



U.M 

U.W 
13.09 
11.80 
U.90 

11 to 
ILW 
U.» 

7.W 



11.18 
11.44 

ia.li 

11.88 
18.04 
1L84 
11.80 
11.48 
10.96 
11.44 



18.68 
18.88 
14.85 
14.40 
U.08 
18.10 
18.68 
18.40 
11.80 






I 



u 



i8.n 
iT.ai 

&86 

t8.n 

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80.^ 



iU 



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«7.» — 






MEBIT-BOLL — FOURTH CLASS. 



63 



1 
1 


Km 


IS. BO 

IS. as 

1T.» 
1B,W 
11.36 
18.80 
IMS 

U.SO 

18. 1( 

18. » 

It 80 

1*.T0 
1S.» 

H.«0 
VI. K 
U.SB 

13.88 

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13. M 

u.m 

18.16 
14.16 
HOD 
U.80 

1».TO 
U.S6 

I3.U 

1S.W 
U.S6 

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iE 

17.00 

n.80 

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1&16 
IT.l* 

It. 88 
It.U 

18.10 

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18.80 
18.88 
18.10 

1B.«8 
18. 10 
18.08 
11.16 

18,10 

11(0 
ILW 
18.86 
U.10 

16.10 
16.06 
16. S6 

":" 

13^86 
U.IO 
14. TB 


18.80 
18.40 
18.86 
18.80 

U.BO 
18.16 

ie.» 

1«.88 

M.6U 
18.48 

n,B6 
n.is 

18.40 

U.8S 

18.W 
IT. 06 

1486 

18.86 

18.10 
U.66 
16.10 

14.88 
14.86 

18.66 


IB. 28 
14.88 

14 n 

18.00 
18.01 
14.88 
14. JS 

14.78 

18. Ot 

14. n 

14.81 

14. T8 

15. SI 
14.40 

14.18 
14.81 
14.88 
14.88 

14.61 

14.88 

14.80 

1484 
14.40 
14.88 

14.80 




5 


















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19 
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81. 






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80. 
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62 



MERIT-ROLL— THIHD GLASS. 



MprUroU of IJU Kaval Cad^ tf (A« Third ClMf-^66 

Jum$f 1801— Coniiiioad. 



i 
I 



46 

4T 
48 

^ 
t 



Qmf T. 8ooU 

▲D4r4 M. Proetor. 
J«M* Bw Pottar ^ 



Wofl^BMl^r 



Wllttom 0. OrutalMek 

Ltfria 0. Bftlrd 




Uwto O. A«b«f7 Jr ^ 



».10 
M.10 
M.SO 
t4.10 
«tflO 

ift.ao 
mo 

IB. 10 

If). Mi i 



U.8B 

ia.90 

13.09 

II. ao 

IS. 90 
11 to 

u.v 

7.40 



16 

U.t8 
11.44 
It. IS 
11.18 
18.04 
11.04 
11.80 
11.48 
10.06 
11.44 



18.88 
18.88 
14.85 
14.40 
15.08 
18.10 
18.88 
18.40 
11.80 



U 



18.18 
8L08 

n.ai 

tl80 

18.18 
!•.« 
17. T8 
80.10 



ai.04 



ffr.80 



I 



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M81M I 
ltl.«i 
tll.At I 

tULn ■ 



~ I 



MEBIT-HOLI. — FOURTH CLASS. 



Meril-roll of IK« HavaX CadaU nf th» Fvurlk CIom— 73 membert—Ammaal JbsniiMtUott, 
Jtnie, 1891. 



■•iTUKJ.Uaw 

IrrlaTufl.fllllb- 
WalUiJ.Mulm — 



DaiK P.ftilltn.- 
Pr*T«0(tB>Ua 

L. BattoD J«WA - 



BoUoc K. HcKorrll „ 
bBdolpli Bldgeljr.Jr. 
Joho HcCl LnbJ 

LumocaS. Aduu — 



Bobart H. Oiboni... 



ChulM H. Btnknll 
WIIKuo P. SeoU... 
H«DiT T. BUu 



1S.U 


17. tt 




n.ro 


lt.» 


U.lfi 


U.tB 


1T.T8 




U.10 


w.a 


u.w 


U.4fi 


IS. set 



G4 



MERIT-ROLL — FOURTH CLASS. 



}f ait-roll iff the \aral CadeU of the Fourth CIom— 72 

Juntf 1891— CoQtiaued. 



•1 

a 
1 

a 

9 



40 
IVI7 

48 
49 
fid 
61 
U 
flS 
M 
A6 
iM 
57 

t 

t 

^ 

1« 



IfAXima. 



rhUip R Wlrni. 

(l«id» N. ADtlrrvt 

fl^ifrv* L. r. Moiiff 

fimak L}on — 

lUlph Il.l1upi«<tl 

lli>^)Mdii<« riXMliy — 

<JUI»fft & (Mbnlth . 

J*m%<h M. B«e«t-« -- 

4n«ad» W. Urinth 

WftltOT & Tarvta — 

Kdwia II. iHiUay 

(;«ofi|«K.<i«-lai..^ 

HmryVL Walkw.... 

J<4ittR. B c i i fw i n — 

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REGULATION'S 

aoVKRNIMG 

THE ADMISSION OF CANDIDATES INTO THE NAVAL ACADEMY 

AS NAVAL CADETS. 



NOMINATION. 



I. Thestndents at the Naval Academy shall be styled naval cadets, — (Bev. Stat., 
^ 1512, and act of Congress approved August 5 , 1882.) 

II. There shall be allowed at said Academy one naval cadet for every Member or 
Delegate of the Honse of Representatives, one for the District of Colnmbiai and ten 
at large. — (Bev, Stat, $ 1513, and act of Congress approvi-d June 17, 1878.) 

III. '^ The Secretary of the Navy shall, as soon after the fifth of March in each year 
as possible, notify, in writing, each Member and Delegate of the Honse of Representa- 
tives of any vacancy that may exist in his district. The nomination of a candidate 
to fill said vacancy shall be made npon the recommendation of the Member or Dele- 
gate, if snoh recommendation is made by the first day of July of that year ; hot, if it 
is not made by that time, the Secretary of the Navy shall fill the vacancy. The can- 
didate allowed for the District of Colnmbia and all the candidates appointed at large 
shall be selected by the President.'^--(/?er. Stat., $ 1514.) 

IV. Candidates allowed for Congressional districts, for Territories, and for the 
District of Columbia must be actnal residents of the districts or Territories, respec- 
tively, from which they are nominated. And all candidates mustf at the time of their 
examination for admissionf he not less than fifteen nor more than tteenty years of age, and 
physically sound, well formed^ and of robust constitution. — (Rev. Stat., $ 1517, and a<^ of 
Congress approved March 2, 1889.) 

y. ** All candidates for admission into the Academy shall he examined according to such 
regulations and at such stated times as the Secretary of the Navy may prescribe. Candidates 
rejected at such examinations shall not have the privilege of another examination for admission 
to the same class unless recommended oy the Board of Examiners," {Bev, Stat., $ 1515.) 

VI. ''When any candidate who has been nominated upon the recommendation of 
a Member or Delegate of the House of Representatives is found, upon examination, to 
be physically or mentally disqualified for admission, the Member or Delegate shall be 
notified to recommend another candidate, who shall be examined according to the 
provisions of the preceding section." — {Bev. Stat., $ 1516.) 

VII. " Naval cadets found deficient at any examination shall not be continued at 
the Academy or in the service unless npon the recommendation of the Academic 

board."— (^««^- -S^^* » * 1519.) 

VIII. ''The academic course of naval cadets shall be six years." — (Bev, Stat,, 

$ 1520. ) 

IX. Candidates that may be nominated in time to enable them to reach the Acad- 
emy by the fifteenth of May will receive permission to present themselves on that 
date to the superintendent for examination for admission. Those that may not be 
nominated in time to present themselves at the May examination will be examined 
on the first of September following. 

When either of the above dates shall fall on Sunday the candidates shall present 
themselves on the Monday following. 

Candidates will be required to enter the Academy immediately after passing th^ 
prescribed examinations. 

jVb leaves of absence will be granted to cadets of the fourth class, 

12153—5 65 



66 ADMISSION OF CANDIDATES. 

KXAMINATIOM. 

X. Caiidid«t«« will be examined pliyttioally by a boar4 compoead of three mt^d '& 
offloen of the Navy. Any one of the following conditions will be ■nfflrtaat to 
the Flection of a candidate, viz. : 

Feeble oonatitation, inherited or aoqoiied; 

Betarded development ; 

Impaired general health ; 

Decided cachexia, diathesis, or predisposition to disease ; 

Any disease, deformity, or result of iojary that would impair efficiency : each 

Weak or disorded intalleet ; 

Cutaneous or communicable disease ; 

Unnatural curvature of spine, torticollis, or other deformity ; 

Inefficiency of either of the extremities or large articulations from any 

Epilepsy or other convulsions within five yean ; 
# Impaired vision, disease of the organs of vision, imperfect color sense ; 

Impaired hearing or disease of the ear; 

Chronic nasal catarrh, oztvna, polypi, or great enlargement of the tonaila; 

Impediment of speech to such an extent as to impair efficiency In the perfbi 
of duty ; 

Disease of heart or lungs or decided indications of liability to cardiac or palmcrtia 
afiWtious; 
^ Hernia or undescended testis; 

Varicocele, sarcocele, bydn»cele, stricture, fistula, hemorrhoids, or variouee %« * • 
of lower limbs ; 

Disease of the geni to- urinary organs ; 
A Chronic ulcers, ingrowing nails, large bunions or other deformity of feet. 
^ Attention will also be paid to the stature of the candidate, and no one Mee^r**. i 
under sice for his age will lie received at the Academy. In the case of doabt ab«»':' 
thr ph} stoat condition of the candidate any marked deviation from the oeaal siatj'i 
ard of height or weight will add mat4<riaUy to the consideration for r^ectioo. Y.^ • 
feet will be the minimum height for the candidate. 

Takie §k99tiuf ike mimim mm height for mdmiMSion, for esrA ymr heltrem lAs efn •/ fij\ • 

and twmlif yrnr** 



A«« - 16 W n 18 IS 



li»i«bt (iD<-h««i . 00 ' su| tt (U( eii * 

TahU •h^mimf Biese height, vright, ssrf cheal-girih 0/ ladM h ei te e t n the m$m mf fifUrm •• 

iwent]f yeoTi. 



Il«tickl Wiilc«ii €%M»« '* 
imkm. 



U 

IS 

t7.- 

tS 

It . 



Aild tt» par. X. pagi 06, Academj Renter, 18»l-»:i. 

♦ Visual mcutonc^H mufit not fall below JifUen^wniuiKs 

ol the nonna) in either eve, 

♦ Hernia, romffleU or inctymjtUt^^ or nndcsoended t«»tiik 

♦ L»MM of many U<tK, or {Ae tttih generally utuommL 



ADMISSION OF CANDIDATES. 67 

XI. Candidates will be examined mentally by the academic board in reading, 
writing, spelling, arithmetic, geography, English grammar. United States history, 
and algebra. Deficiency Ih any one of these subjects will be sufficient to insure the 
rejection of the candidate. 

OENBRAL CHARACTBK OF THB HKMTAL EXAMINATION. 

RsADiNQ AND WBiTiN6.^]landidates must be able to read nnderstandingly, and 
with proper aooent and emphasis, and to write legibly, neatly, and rapidly. 

Spklliho. — ^They must be able to write from dictation paragraphs from standard 
pieces of English literature, both prose and poetry, sufficient in number to test fully 
their qualifications in this branch. The spelling throughout the examination will 
be considered in marking the papers. 

Aritrmstic. — The candidate will be required— 

To express in figures any whole, decimal, or mixed number; to write in words any 
given number ; to perform with fisMility and accuracy the various operations of addi- 
tion, subtraction, multiplication, and division of whole numbers whether abstract or 
concrete, and to use with facility the tables of money, weights, and measures in 
common use, including English money. 

To reduce compound numbers from one denomination to another, and to express 
them as decimals, or fractions of a higher or lower denomination ; to state the num- 
ber of cubic inches in a gallon, and the relation between the Troy and Avoirdupois 
pounds, and to reduce differences of time to differences of longitude and vice versai 

To define prime and composite numbers; to give the tests of divisibility by 3, 5, 7, 
9, 11, 25, and 125; to resolve numbers into their prime factors, and to find the least 
common multiple and the greatest common divisor uf large as well as of small num- 
bers. 

To be fismiliar with all the processes of common and decimal fractions, and to give 
clearly the reasens for such processes, and to be able to use the contracted methods 
of multiplication and division given in the ordinary text-books on arithmetic. 

To define ratio and proportion, and to solve problems in simple and compound 
proportion. 

To solve problems involving the measurement of rectangular surfaces and of solids, 
to find the square roots and the cube roots of numbers, and to solve simple problems 
under percentage, interest, and discount. 

The candidates are required to possess such a thorough understanding of all the 
fundamental operations of arithmetic as will enable them to apply the various 
principles to the solution of any complex problem that can be solved by the methods 
of arithmetic ; in other words, they must possess such a complete knowledge of arith- 
metic as will enable them to proceed at once to the higher branches of mathematics 
without further study of arithmetic. 

Algbbra. — ^The examination in algebra wiU be elementary in character, and will 
be limited to questions and problems upon the fundamental rules, factoring, algebraic 
fractions, and simple equations of one or more unknown quantities. 

QRAMiiAR. — ^In MnglUh grammar candidates must exhibit a familiarity with all the 
parts of speech and the rules in relation thereto; they must be able to parse any 
ordinary sentence given to them, and generally must understand those portions of 
the subject usually taught and comprehended under the heads of orthography, ety- 
mology, and syntax. 

The questions will usually be arranged in three divisions. The first division will 
contain questions somewhat like these : 

Explain the use of the objective case. What verbs have distinction of voice f 
Give the possessive plural of «ea, valley, hasiSf airatumj handit. 

The second division will contain one or more sentences to be parsed ; 0. ^., 

^^They were always a strange family; ihey rarely acted like other people; their liearie 
ware im the right ^lapp^ hut their hw49 always semid tQ &0 Mf^ anything hut what they 



70 ADMISSION OF CANDIDATES. 

A I tioleii rnftrked n will Dot lie tiikrn on board tUv prarticc* Rliip. 

iH tho articlf^ marked h cmletB €*iil«nng in K«pienil»er inuit have four «4irh. 

'I liv articles mnrkud *, not Ihmui; required to couforni to a titaucUrtl pattern. r» 
bj brou>;bt by the rndet from home, but all other art idee miiMt conform to tW rrf 
latiunSf and must tbetefore be supplied by the storekeeper. 

Each naval cadet must on admission deposit wkh the pay-oAleer the ao^ v4 «. 
for which he will be credited on the books of that olUcer, to be expeiMled by «lifv : 
of the superintendent in the purchase of text-books and other antborired arci ^ 
beside those enumerated in the preceding article. 

AH deposits for clothing and the entrance deposit of $20 must be BMde ^efor* » 
candidate can be received into the Academy. 

8t*MMARY OF KXPKN8K8. 



^^ 



Deposit for clothing, etc ..., ♦:*■ 

iMpOHit for books, etc .......--. r • 

Total amount rpqi iivd ... I » • 

The value of clothing brought from luniie is to l»e deducted from tbitf aBK»«z.t 
Each naval cadet one month t^iar adm't»»\om will be credited with the aoMmftt »f it 
actual expenses in traveling from his home to the Academy. 



ADMISSION OF CANDIDATES. 



69 



5. Give an account of the formation and adoption of the Constitntion. 
Give the names of the Pr^idents, in order, and the leading events in each aduiiu- 
iatration. 

ADMISSION. 

Xn. Candidates that pass the physical and mental examinations will receive ap- 
pointments as naTal cadets, and become students at the Academy. Each cadet will 
be required to sign articles by which he binds himself to serve in the United States 
Navy eight years (including his time of probation at the Naval Academy) unless 
sooner discharged. The pay of a naval cadet is $500 a year, commencing at the date 
of his admission. 

Xm. Cadets will supply themselves, immediately after their admission, with the 
following articles, viz.: 



One dress jacket $20.50 

One blouse 11.50 

Two pairs trousers 22.00 

Two working suits.... 1.86 

Oneoyerooat 23.00 

One rubber coat...... 4.00 

One rubber hat .56 

Two pairs of regulation leggins. . 1. 40 

One parade cap 2.55 

One knit cap .66 

One mug . .. . 10 

Onesoapbox 62 

One laundry book . .34 

One pair of blankets 2.90 

Two pairs of high shoes 6.80 

One pair of overshoes 53 

Eight white shirts 8.00 

Twelve linen collars 2.04 

Eight pairs of cuffs 2.00 

'Eight pairs of socks 1.84 

•Eight towels 2.00 

•Shaving outfit 1. 61 

•Four pairs of drawers ( w inter) . . 4. 00 

hFour pairs of drawers (summer) . 1. 52 

•Four undershirts (winter) 4.00 

5Four undershirts (summer) 1.52 

One hand glass 36 



One jack knife $0.70 

Six sheets.. 3.36 

Hammock clews . ... .51 

One pair of bathing trunks . .20 

Three pairs of white thread gloves . 60 

Two black silk neckties 64 

Two clothes bags .46 

One hammock mattress 2.85 

aOne requisition book .40 

aOne pass book ,40 

oStenoil, ink, and brush .45 

aOne bottle of indelible ink 18 

aOne wash basin and pitcher .... .88 

aOne pair of gymnasium slippers. 1. 10 

•One whisk .13 

•One coarse comb 13 

•One cake of soap ,10 

•One hair brush . .50 

•Stationery .50 

•Twelve white handkerchiefs 2. 76 

•One pair of suspenders 40 

•Four night shirts 2.52 

•One toothbrush ... .23 

•ITiread and needles .19 

'Blacking brush and blacking .57 

•Nailbrush ,25 



21.01 



128.20 

When moving into cadet quarters, cadets will supply themselves with the follow- 
ing articles, viz.: 



aTwo bedspreads $2.84 

aTwo pairs of drill gloves ... 1.00 

aOne slop jar 90 

aTwo spatter-cloths — .66 

Onehairpillow .75 



One mirror $1.21 

aOnerng 80 

aOne hair mattress 5.10 

aOne broom , .25 

Six pillow cases 1,38 



6. 15 8. 74 

Cadets will supply themselves with the following additional articles when prepar- 
ing to embark on board the practice ship, viz. : 



Three working suits $2. 79 

Four woolen shirts.. 7.40 

Three white sailor hats . . 93 

11.12 



One pair rubber leggins $0. 40 

One pair of high shoes . 3.40 

One knit cap 66 

4.46 



70 ADMIi555ION OF CANDIDATES. 

^ I tiolc« inftrkMl n will not l»c tnkeii on board the piartici* nlnp. 

ui ilie artirlM» ntarked h oMleU entering in K«|>trnil»er must bavt» four rarh. 

'I lie articles marked *, not l>eing reqairvd to eonfoim to a Htandanl pattflniv ma> 
b • bi ought by th« cadet from home, but all other articlen nnint confonn to the refpi 
JMtiuus, and must theiefore be supplied by the storekeeper. 

Kacb naval cadet must on admission deposit wkh the pay-olUerr the aam of f:9i. 
for which he will be credited on the books of t hat oMcer, to be expended by dirsrtiMa 
of the anperintendeni in the purchase of text-books and other authorised articke 
lieeide those enumerated in the preceding article. 

All deposits for clothing and the entrance deposit of $20 must be made balbfv a 
candidate can !>e received into the Academy. 

SrMMAUY OK KXI'BNSKe. 

Deposit for clothing, ete • #17!l.*> 

Ileposit for books, etc SiVu- 

Total amount refji iii*d IW.t* 

The value of clothing brought from home is to Im* deducted front tbitf amoont. 
Each naval cadet one momtk t^irr admitmiom w ill be crvtlited with the amount of his 
actual expenses in traveling fh>m his home to the Academy. 



COURSE OF insrSTRUCTION. 



[Beference books are marked (*).] 
TIB8T YEAR— FOITKTH CLASS. 

nR.4T TKRM. 



Departnifint. 


1 


a. 
^« 

c: 



s 

k 


1 

1 

Sul^ectfl. 


Text-books. 




a 

9 


a 






3lathemaiie§, 


4 


4 


Aloebka : Fundamental operations ; re- 
duction and conrersion of fractional and 
surd quantities; reduction and solution 
of equations of the first and second de- 
grees; inequalities; involntion and ero- 
lution. 


Hall and Knighfs Kle- 
montary Algebra. 

Hall and Knight*s Higher 
Algebra. 

Todhunter*s Algebra.* 




2 


4 


Obometsy : Geometry of the straight line, 
of the circle, and of the plane ; theory 
of proportion; properties of similar 
figures. 


ChauTenet's Geometry. 


IsTn^IM SficdiM, 


S 


4 


English: The structure and historical 


W}iitney*s EssentUls of 


Huloijf, tmd Law. 






deTelopment of the English languagi^; 
syntax ; analysis of sentences ; punctu- 
atUm and capitals ; exprclses in the com- 
position of letters. 


English Grammar. 
Hart's Punctuation. 
WeW«r'H Dictionary.* 


• 


3 


4 


Histobt: Outlines of history, especially 
the history of Greece and Borne, and of 
the states of irestem Europe ; historical 
geography ; important points in naral 
history, by notes or lectures. 


Swintou's Outlines of tie 

World's History. 
Laliburton's Histories 

Atlas.* 


Modem Langmiget, 


5 


4 


Fbxnch: "Natural method of teaching 
languages.** 


La Fferole Franpaise, San 
Teur and Van Daell. 

Bellows's Pocket Diction 
aiy.* 



71 



72 



COLRSi: OF INSTRUCTION. 



nBirr VKAR—mURTH rLAaS-roimnunl. 



UK* oil D TICRM. 



Itn«rtnM«t 



9 


i 






H 


i 


"B^ 


t 


u* 


•■ 


^ 


% 


e 


6 


9 


o 


'A 


X 






fiolgorta. 



Ai->ip«A- CoiirM* forftnl trna cootluaed. 

iVtvlopmnit of Alir(*br«Jr fnorCtou* by 
OMAIM tff ind^tormiual* ri>*HBdi«l» and 
tlif* Uloooiial th«ufvni; p«niiatAti«*iM ROd 
cumMBAlloiM ; flsouiifttJMU of tPiiM ; cucf 
tlan«4 frarUoM; logailthm*: ev|MMit>ti- 
IIaI MiiMtiocM; tb«K>r]r of vqtmlioiM, In* 
clodlDf til* ■ntutioo of oaiwiiaU •(|Q»> 
Uoiw. 

flBimmiT : C^oiirw for flnit lomi custloiird. 

8|ih«>rical (WMtetry; tb» roiM» •tid th«> c}\- 
lodrr; mrotorfttloa of r«<iUMn««r flgtifv«, 
ftild of till* tpbrrv, coo«>. Kiid itMiiilrr; 
A|if»li<atloii uf alievbr* to drt<*nniiukir 
Km«wtrj. 



s 


1 

« 


1 

1 
1 




9 


* 



HaU Md Knlclkl** 

Bovdiirv* r»r«i 



(llMI «««•!'• 



A H. It 111'* 
A.?nV*4)rtl»i»|ilA« 
Kytm* V*r1««IM.* 



Klitjuail : iUirliirli •iM|i«>m|iiMitioO; rbi>l<-r 

and IMP of wonb; kln^U iif r44ii|iu»iUoii ; 

•arralicm uid df<arrl|Hiiia ; Mvum'ttUtit** 

rotnpOiiUoo : oxpfvhM In the C(Hnp(»fti<iii 

of lHl«r« And l«l«vrMii«. TtioniM. 
lltvTxiaT- PnigffMi of cfiliniUi drtrlo|inM>nt ClUit't tti«ttif7 *4 

in Am*rir», and thr hbliinr iif thr rminl I tiil«^ MaIm. 

9iiilr«: Imimrlanl yvtkul* In tb« naml Mlhh'ir* S\\m* 

|iM««rt uf tito I'ltilM *«talr«« Iti ttolrv ur 



IV 



4 rniL%«» <*N«lMr«l M'tbml/* Bm « '• U U«C"' > ^- 

llM«4ri d*«n 4\*tt« nt. 
IWIiov*'* IS«k»t tK t< - 

CtrAXim : ((;i««« m mi advancMl r«iiinr ) WuriMU** flrit t^mtk*^ 
'* XatamI NHht-J " v^^ 

%l<*tlu«l and liinaaal vri 



42iaiiAa: (Ct^t^ a* an ailvanrMl f%mn^ » 
t ** SaUuml MHbtnl " 




COURSE OF INSTRUCTION. 



73 



SECOND TEAR— THIRD CLASS. 

nnST TERM. 



DefKirtmeDt. 


Number of recita- 
tions a week. 


• 

JS 

1 

u 

% 

s 

9 


Subjects. 


Text-bootak 


Matkematk^ 


1 


4 


Drsciiitivr Gromktry: OrtlioKmpbfo pro- 
jections; representation of points, lines, 
and planes ; problems relating to the right 
line and the plane ; represenUtions of sur- 
fiM;ee of the second order. 


Chnroh*s Descriptive 
tieomelry. 




4 


4 


Tkioonoketby : Measures of arcs and an- 
gles, trigonometric functions ; analytical 
investigations of trigonometric formulas, 
with their application to all the cases of 
plane and spherical triangles, construction 
and use of trigonometric tables; invenie 
trigonometric functions; De Moivre's theo- 
rem ; solution of trigonometric equations ; 
practical applications of trigonometiy to 
the solution uf plane and spherical tri- 
angles, the astronopiical triangle, and the 
measurementii of heights and distances. 


0)auvenet*s Trigonom- 
etry. 

Todhunter's Trigonom- 
etry. 

Bowditch's Useful Tables. 


Hiilorf/f and Law. 


2 


1 


EivoMSH : Classiltcation of words ; definition 
of words by usage and by derivation ; qm- 
onyms ; laws of change in the meaning of 
words ; faults iu diction and their reme- 
dies ; selection and arrangement ; elemen- 
tary principles of reasoning ; principles of 
composition ; exercises in the composition 
of oflRcial dispatches, letters, and tele- 
grams. Themes. 


Abbott and Seeley's 
English Lessons for 
Engllsli People. 

Abbott*s How to Write 
Clearly. 

Ayrae'sOrthottpist.* 

Ayras's Verbalist^ 

Webster*s DicUonary.* 




2 


4 
4 


Law : The Ckmstltution of tba United Stotee. 


Andrews^s Manual of the 
Constitution. 


Modem LoMguogt*, 


3 


Febmch: "Natural method.** 


B<)cher*s Series of French 










Plays. 










Bercy's La Langne Fran- 










paise, 2* partle. 










Bellows's Dictionary.* 








SPAMisn: (Given as an advanced course.) 
** Natural method." 


8auveur*a FMte Gram- 

maire. 
Tbarra*s English-Spanish 

Method. 








IBM AN : (Given as an advanced conne.) 


DreyqMring*a Cumulative 








"Natural method. 


Method and German 
Verb Drill. 
Wenckebach nnd Schra- 

Jeffcott A Tosseirs German 
Newspaper Beading 
Book. 

Whitney*s DletUmaiy 



74 



COURSE OF INSTSUCTION. 



8100ND TKAB^THIKD CLA88-C<mttiiiMd. 
rturr TSSM— «ontittU4<<l. 





it 1 ^ 






DvpMtaMaC. 


1 

4 


si 

'A 

4 


8iili|«cta. 


Tbst-liMka. 


ffrr^nfrnfrvwirfnf. 


MaouvtcAL Dkawwo: Sktlrhlng tnm 


T««kte*o Wirfchi CW 








nodob ; Ui« nM of ImCrvmMto ; eon- 


•tnic«to«L* 








•tinrtloD of acAltt ; DoUlioB ttDd ^ymbob 










OMd ta nocbMikml dmvlBfi; coMtnio- 










tluo of rwiillnoar tad cvrrod Sevres to 










Mmlo; dniwtof Mettoo lto«o; toonA 










writiof . DtmwiBg oKirclw In dcoerlptiTo 










R^ooMtry, laclvdlBff tbo pn^oetioM of 










IliMo umI tbo ropcmtetiott of pIabm tad 










ff«oai»trlcal aolkK mi4 tbo prqfocUootaad 










McUoM of Mriteto aad aoUAk 





ftBOOVD TSmM. 



FnTatfV : Ab rionoiitory co«no latoBdod lo 
pTMool tli» lowUac priadplM umI tho cor> 
rrlalloo of tbo bfUMlMO of phTatcttI ttl- 
eofoi, to ubieb Boro tiao lo drvotod dar« 
lag tbo woood Mid flm eloa yoMB. Coo« 
•taat pnictico witb tbo ftrndoaroUl oad 
derivod lultt of tbo C O. & ojvlOB. Pnc* 
ttrol work in tbo pbfrioU loboimlofy ; ox- 
iwrinoou lllaotrulnc tbo dally rtritllono 
and raact BMWMirafnoata of laaftb, 
Tolumr, aad ^Mriflc grartty. I^ieti 

<*«Kiii«raT : BerltatiofM la goaoim) aad 
Raalc rbomlotry. Pmetlcal work hi tbo 
ch«nleal laboratory ; oxpccittoali llla^ 
tratlag tbo dally rvcltatloua, and tbo do- 
tefmlaatluQ of ilniplo lalti^ acidi» aad 
Urtaraa. 



DBM*aiFnvs GBoMrrftT: Couro* for Ant 
torn cootloaod. Warpod oarfaroi^ aad 
■«rfbc«« of rpfoiatioa ; dovolopoMBt of 
•kng h t HI f od oarlkooo ; lotcfoactioa of 
■arfarM: taiifnit IUmo and plaaoa; pr«h 
)m tiuM of tb« tpbocv ; aBoaivtrk pr n) oc 
titio*: tbadao aad •badfiwc 

A««ttTI<-AL iiftOKKTaY : El|1l«tk)«0 of tbo 

•ifvlchi llao aad of tbo cuolc ooctloai ; 
traaifomatloa of niOrdlaalM ; proportloi 
uf tbo cuak •ortl««iu ; oqt«at<oao lo laa* 
(vataaad aurmato ; dvtomlaatloa of loci ; 
damaioa uf tbo foaotal oq«alSoa of tbo 
•m^mJ 4r«T«o ; v^oatkMM uf tbo plaao, of 
IIOM la iVaro, aad of Mirfx** uf tbo ••«• 
nod urd«r; tbo priactpal props iitoo of 
Mirf » f« vf tb» mrvmd ofdof ; Aiatvm/Utn i4 
ih* fvorral »t|ootloa of tbo toouttd «!»§?«« 
la lbn« torlotilvo. 



Daaioiro Prtariplai -f 



Praetkal rbyoico, by 




<li«ivb*o Doocrlpii«o 



i\ 



iWkS 



Aldte'^MM 



COURSE OF INSTRDCnON. 



75 



SECOND YEAR— THIRD CLASB-Continood. 

8XC0ND TSKM— CODtJOUCd. 



Dqartmoit. 




1 

§ 

a 
1 


Snljecta 

• 


Text-bookSL 


Modem Lamgmagm, 


2 


4 


Fkbnch: Goiine of tb« flnt term con- 
tfiiiMd. 

Spahkh: Course of the flret term con- 
tinued. 

Gkhhak: Goune of the flrrt term con- 
tinued. 


Same as for the flnrt 

term. 


Mtekmlca Dnutiit. 


2i 


4 


BbcoRAinoAL DBAwnro: Sketching fh>m 
md&elfl; repreeentation of olijects by 
projections; dnwlng tiie projections of 
models to scale; oblique prelections; 
isometrical drawing; drawing screws^ 
bolts, nuts, and gearing ; round writing. 
Drawing exercises in descrlptlTe geom- 
etry, including the Interaectlons of sur* 
faces, derelopment of single-curred 
surfaces, and problems on the surfaces 
of roToIution. 


Tomkln*s Uachine 
Gonstmctlon. 



r> 



COURSE OF INSTRUCmON. 



THIRD YKAB--SR4X>NI) ri«AH8. 
rtur TBMi. 





« 


1 




m 


« 






jB 




•*• 


•« 




N 


9 

i 




^ ^ 




Umpmrimntt, 


-* 


'S 




5| 


1 




e = 


fi 




a 


a 




1 


4 




ttnrtitm, mtd Sn^ 






T^flttm, 













iW IVyMMirtM^ 



MtthMiin mmi Apftkd 



8al4«cti. 



T«sl 



Sbawamhip: Di«rriplioB ami iim« of mlb, l.iir«*i 
tbalr flmsfi Mid ftppllMCM; baiwIllBf 
wMtn port drilli and •▼olntiOM ; maiiaff*- 
nmrnt mmdm «U; dattai «r oflkwra mmI 

CT»V. 



4 PitliapLM or llB<'N4Xiiiii: lUrittt rn- 
tflum Mid boilMH ProfwrllM of b«t Hid 
Ita applksdoii to water;, eoaibwtion; 
lawa and profwrtiM of ataaoi ; t^m of 
nartoo boilon; eoaiparatlie HllrlaMy; 
naiMt and imm of thoir attacbaMtttt} 
bytlnMnrton; tcale and Iti prvTvntioa; 
typM of nariB# ^HfliMa, locla«lin|C con- 
^umn and pomiM, with •xplaaatioo of 
th# oae of all tho ittila ; tcrtw prop»ll«n 
and |«ddto wbwb ; the Indicator and IH 
dlaicimm* ; povvr of tbo ongtiio and eom- 
pntatlon* rvlatlog tli«r»lo; raMialllaa; 
ear* and Hianagf»m»ot of iloaai mnrbtnory. 



C)ood#T»'a 

MlK-llMll 

SonnHt't 



il» a 



DirraaantiAi. Ckuvixt : FnnrtlOM ; mm : i Uiem and 



'•iNlbr- 



dlflhwntiato of fanclloM ; Indototmlnat* 
fofwa : apfiM ; nmlma and mlnlna ; gwv 
appUcaliona ; tanctkMM of two or 



•ntlal (^levlwL 



S lafTsatAL Ckian.n : Tbo nothodi of ln« Jobnaon^o Inlncfwl 
I lOfTatioo ; drAnIt* intrffmla ; qnadimlnr* Inik 

of MfftrM ; cnMlorv of tolunM ; ivctiS- ' Job naon'a Mi 
cation of cnma; contnt of gravity; 
momonti of tnartSa; planiaiHH* ; ihIm 
for tbo appraslanlo drtonnlnatloa of 
I and Totnmoi : dUTorratial oqnallona. 



4 I PnTua: B«rltatlun« on d«pl» bannonk 
I motion ; w»v» motloni, tuoud, ligbt, and 



tUttttivirs PrtnrlplM nf 



rmrtknJ w«irk la tb« phy«»nU Ganot't Fliyiin. 
laburmtory , *sp»nMi«t* llla«Cnunc tb« _ fHowmrt't Troati** ••% 
I daily rvrliMlona, and tiini* •xact ni«aMr»> , H«aL 
nMnla» anrb m tb* d«>trmiinatlon of tb« 
nMidl* piiVPT of caa and •l#rtHc llgbti, 
tnli of r»frartlun of (tani pH«na and 
and of llqnliK Iboal bngtb of 
; looctb of llf bt wnvflt. rbocof* 



rn 



In d 



Prarttnal rbyalce. hy 

Mowafft a«d Oaa. 
Kobim— b*t rbftUnI 



COURSE OF INSTRUCTION. 



77 



THIRD TEAR— 8E00KD GLASB-CootintiML 
nun TKKM— continued. 



Department. 


• 
S 

h 


1 

1 


Sabjecti. 


Text>bookfl. 


Modent LaHguage$, 


1 


4 
4 


Frcncii : Reading and translation of pro- 
fessional articles, and conTersation. 


Professional Frourh 

Reader. 
Bdlows's Pocket Dictiuu- 

8aurour*s Petite Gram- 

nialre.* 
Langage Marin, Anglals- 

Fran9aUL 


Medkmieai Druwimg, 


2 


Mkchanical Dbawino : Drawing gearing ; 


Tomkin's Machine Con- 








sketching machinery and making work- 


struction.* 








ing drawings; round writing; tracings 










and blue prints of drawings ; penpectlve. 





SBC05n TKBM. 



alruiiianf and Naoal 
Taetin. 



Attronoti^^ NarigaUon, 
tmd Sitnegimg. 



BUam Enguterrmg. 



Jledkoalcs tmd AppUed 
Matkemaiiet. 



4 Course of the flrst term continiied. 



Thk Cblvstial Sphkeb : Spherical and rec- 
tangular coordinates ; use of instruments, 
especially thoee for determining terrestrial 
latitudes and longitudes ; xefractlon ; dip ; 
parallax ; tbo earth, sun, planets, and solar 
systi'm in geue«ral ; diflTerent units of time* 
and calendars ; laws of uniTersal graTita- 
tion, precession, nutation, and aberration ; 
the moon ; eclipeesandoccnltations ; tides ; 
comets and meteoric bodies ; fixed stars ; 
nebuIsB ; motion of the solar system ; so- 
lutions of the astronomical triangle ; use 
of the Nautical Almanac. 



Same as for tbo first term. 



Course of the first term continued. 



Mioranxob: Kinematics; dynamics; ki- 
netics; hydromerhanios ; tlie motion of 
projectiles ; friction and other rosistances ; 
the application of mechanical principles 
to simple machines and to instruments. 



Yoong*s General Astron- 

ony. 
Bowditrh*s Navigator. 
Anipriran Ephemeris and 

Nautical Almanac 



Same as for the flrst term. 

Bowser's Analytical Me- 

rhanirs. 
Bowser's Hydromechanics. 



78 



COURSE OF INSTHUCnON. 



THUD TIAB^-SSOOMD CLAfis)-€oiitlai 
■loovD TBBM— contlnoad. 



i 

It 

II 

i- 



8 

B 
% 

JB 

fi 

9 




u 



Phtsicr: lUciUtloM Id light 

co tjclwlffd. 
Ktodrkitjr Mid aM(BttU«B 



umI heAt 



M for lJb« Am 



PracdrAl work la 1h% phyikftl labonrtotj : 
nlibratlon of thcnnomclat* ; 




Ayrtoa** nractkal 
tffrtty. 

tloa ct tb« byKToiMCrfr ttotoef Um •tatum- \ Day'* Kxrrriw* a S 
yliMi ; mMMiraoMOto of th* r<M«fllrl#iiU 
of nspuwioo aad tli* •p*ciflr bcial snd 
Uteat hMt of Tftriont Mib»Uiir«t ; oChor 
•kparioMiati UhMtntlag tb# rooiw of 
tioAj aad leadlag to the •kllftil ow tif 
iDttmoMDlM of prackdon. Pbotograt^ij. 
0«D«rml «xpprlm«'au llloiCnUlBg lb* 
phoDooMDa of ftatlral mad voltale eloc^ 
trfrltj ; ■■ttlQK op and oomparlag |pU- 
Taale oelli aad Mciiodaiy hattoHfo ; nca^ 
Bria« ttMir rariplaaco aad •lactro-MoClva 
fofr* : callUnUioQ of galTttiioaMl^n ; 
de|i>nnloatkiQ of dtp aad horitoatal 



Fbui < n : lUadiac Fraocb D««i|iapiins aad 
coiBTrnuitioii oa Mtl^^i'tji of tiN> day; 
themra aad wiltt<>D tna»latitMWL 



Ham* m for tba 
and Firocb im 



COURSE OF INSTRUCTION. 



79 



lOUBTH TXABr-FIBST CLAS8-LINB DIVISION. 

riRST TKBM. 



Seamnuk^f Naval Oom' 
atrmetiom^ <md Xaral 
Thofie*. 



I 



1 



OniiHwee ami Qmmerjf. 



g 

a 



s 

9 



3 



Sabjocts. 



Skamavshxp: Uaesof compsM, lead, 1(^, and 
souDding machinei ; principles of mariin- 
■pike 0aainaDahip, Inclndiog cutting, lit* 
ting, and reeving rigging; description 
and qaes of eaiU, their fittings and appli- 
ances ; stowage and organisation ; man- 
agement of boats; handling ^ils; manage- 
ment under sail and under steam; turning 
and maneuvering, whariing, docking, tow- 
ing, piloting, anchoring, mooring, etc.; 
emergencies; port drills and evolutions; 
duties of officer* and crew; routine ; rules 
of the road ; laws of storms and manage- 
ment In cjclones; control of beharior 
among waves, and|)erformanoe in generaL 

Naval Cokstruction : Definitions ; history 
and practice of shipbuilding in wood, iron, 
and steel; systems of construction, subdi- 
vision, and armoring; systems of pumping, 
dmining, ventilating, steering, and hoist- 
ing; fittings in general ; distribution of 
armor, guns, and boats; special construc- 
tions; launching; types of ships; structural 
strength and strains; buoyancy and sta- 
bility In the intact and the damaged 
conditions; theory and observation of 
waved; rolling and pitching; principles of 
stowage; resistance, propulsion, and steer- 
ing of ships; qualities of ships; construc- 
tion and use of diagrams of qualities; the 
use of qualities. 

Naval Tactics: Organisation of the fleet; 
school of the ship, section, and squadron; 
evolutions of the fleet; signaling by Army 
and Navy code ; Navy and International 
codes of flag signals. 



Okdxamce iNSTRUcnoMB : Handling great 
guns; preparing ship for action; duties of 
oflkers and men when at quarters for ex- 
ercise, and when engaged in battle; hand- 
ling boat howitaetB and machine guns 
afloat and on shore; landing of seamen and 
marines. 



TezMwokt. 



Luce*s Seamanship. 



Special Notes and Draw- 
ings. 

Navy Department Pam- 
phlets. 

White's Manual of Naval 
Architecture. 

Thearle's Naval Architec- 
ture. 

Thearle's Theoretical 
Naval Architecture. 

Welch's Text -book of 
Naval Architecture. 



Navy and International 

Signal Books. 
Fleet Drill Book (Navy 

Department). 



Ordnance InstmctioDi. 
Text^book of Ordnance and 

Qunnery (Naval Acade- 
my publication). 
Gunnery Drill Book for 

the New Armaments. 

(Bureau of Ordnance 

publication.) 
Instructions for lufantry 

and Artillery, United 

SUtes Nttvy. 



m 



COURSE OF INSTRUCmON. 



FOURTH YVAR-riRHT CLABS-^LINK DIV&SlOK— OMllaaM. 



I 



Dvparliiivot. 



r 



IS 

a 



n2 



s 
o 

a 



I 

a 

9S 



MV|r— CotitiUDdl. 



Sul^erta. 



Ixr^^TBT TAfTini: fk-hutil of thr auMU'r; 
•rhuui uf ili«t couiimny: vrhuui of tht* l«t- 
talUm; iiwtrucltan fur skiniiialirni. 

(ifMniKv: Tb» moilou «»t |in^tTttlet In a 
noo-ftMtetinic m«dloai And la air; Ih* 
iiiHli«Hlii of flttdinK tl-7 tni^citiTf, tbe 
rrmalnlnc Vflorltjr, aotl the aiig Irnf fall ; > 
III** dau(i«roii« ipaoa ; alglitloff and point' I 
tuK Kvn*; ih« rrrun ltabl« to o«Tar In 
prmctJr* at ma, and tJie ni«Hlii«t» of atulU- 
inic Ihrni ; th«* |irp|Hiraltnii of run go tab lr«, 
and mrrrcti' n* for Jump and drift ; tlir 
tliitTiKiiM tion ff ranK«« at Ma. 



' ln*tftirfl*Nw Inr lui»M*f% 

and ArtliWry. I bii't' 

Hiatr* Sa«7. 
T«st-book v€ OrA'Mi* • 

and Owiawnr (Ma**. 

AradfWjr |Mil«4ii*tt c. 
Kttrnor llaJli«t>r» >««» 

Arailrmj |i«l»lir«ii* •ti 
<tfdnan«-« N<4«« MHlu. 

Natal lBt»llic«'ti(* 






< Tnr TitKoar ASiP pBAiTiCBor NA%ii«%tifiti, <1iaiir»o*t'«!*|d>»T, « • i 



li*i liidinff lt4*tru<tion In the datitw of tJi«> 
na«l|.aUir, tl»« fiini4nirtloo and mm* «Tf 
naviieatlns Inttrtinipnta, tb« om* of taMi*. 
and Ibr Mtlulion of pro I > km*; di*t^nnina> 
tluo of meridian dMaiio**. 



I 



I 



THKitBT or rnr I>icvMrt'>M or tiir ToiirAw, 
InrludhiK thfl> iuitMi« aad rauwa of tb* 
wtetal part* of dvvlatloo, thp d*<«fwloa> 
tluo of Uia T^rtirai and horltontal forra* 
uf tba aartb and tblp, tb« caiwra and 
aBMNint of tb* bfvilUK <Tror, the rhancfw 
that tak« plar« apoo a rhangr of £«>■>< 
lira|*lilral |H»lll«H<,tht*grMpliM nprrvrnta- 
tionHiifthe amooat ami din^tion iir thr 
f<>n«« that art nn tlw* nr«dlf, and ()*« 
m«*< Itaiili at i«>rr'«tlon of the drvutlon 
«n«l ti^ltiif ^rr r». 



UalhiT** HarlcaUaa. 
0«i«dit< b*t ?8avlc»t*>r 
AOH-rlraa K|>lM-»*na a 
Kaatkttl 



Admiralty MaaimJ r># ii 
Dnrtatlnoa of ib« ( • v 



I 



JV 



4*4 t|'|^.../ 3 I MffTititn or I.V4VT ^I'abm: Hi* tht<vry uf f i<thn»tn'« l|««h<*a of I 



I 



l«-aal wiitar** and prt4«bl# •rrora; fteada* 
UK ttta' pf tn< nArmttf ih« tlii^47 ; pratilral 
HM<iboU and fortuulaa; lB>Ut"*tid'nt ob- 
»rT«ti«4M; conditi'HiMl ol«^rTatt«aA. 



%rrttvn lli«-HA«i«« CaMlriij ; atiwa and ' 4Vfii*ritl a«i fftkia** L«« 



•fralD : thr^ir^ of •(niiiiir««. airvuatli 
and d fl«o tii<o af Ivaina; l« •»• uf iiui 
f»»ci« i»»i»» »•» ♦. 



l» ApflftpdllMl.*' 






COURSE OF INSTRUCTION. 



81 



FOURTH YEAR-FIRST CLASS— LINE DIVISION— Continued. 

riBOT TKKM— continued. 



Depart meat. 


a 

o 

M 

1 

o 
3 


1 Number of months. 

*- 1 


Buhjccta. 


Text-books. 




Phgtica and ChemUtry. 


J'li YfliC8 : Recitations in electricity and mag- 


Same as for the 


« 

second 








netism ; practical work in physical labora- 


class year. 










tory; determination of the constants of 


LectuN NcteiL 










Kiilvanonieters; testing ammeters and 












voltmetera ; running dynamos and electric 












motors and measuring their efficiency; 












experiments on the electric timnsmission 












of energy ; testing cablesand electric light 












wii^etp ; «x|)oriments upon induction ; prac- 












tice iu phologmphy and micro photf^ro- 












phy. 







SeamoMMhip, Nacol Cou- 
tlntctiomy and Naval 
Tactict, 

Ordmmce ami (Jvuuerp, 



BKCOMD TERM. 



4 (.'ourse of the first term continued. 



Same as for the first terra. 



6 



GrKKKHY; Accuracy ami rapidity of firo; 
the proliability of hitting ot\)ects of various 
forms; the mean and probable errors of 
guns ; derivation of rules for correcting 
certain errors that arise in practice at 
sea; the penetration and effect of projectiles. 

OniiNANCE: Tlie manufacture of guns; do* 
ttcription 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 hihI otherexploslves ; 
the force developed when explosives are 
fired in their own volume, and the equation 
of motion of the projectile in the bore of 
a gun on this hypothesis, and alMO on the 
hyiKitliesls that the explosive burns pro* 
gressivcly ; the laws of burning of grains 
of gunpowder of various format ; tlin formu- 
las of Noble and Abel connecting pressures 
with density of loading, and for determin- 
ing the work of expansion in a gnu ; de< 
voltipnient of the principles involvea in 
loading gnns; formulas connecting nnix- 
s1<i ve1ociti(>s and iiressurcs with tlio 
elements of leading. 

Gun ('Areiaou : Their construction and the 
moclisnism employed in cuntrollingand ad- 
juMtiug recoil, and the theory of such con- 
trol 

AsiMi'MTioN : Its pii'paratiou and use. 



Text-bttok of Ordnance 
and Gunnsry (Naval 
Academy pabUoation). 



The Elastic Strength of 
Guns (Naval Academy 
publication). 

Interior Ballisticv (Naval 
Academy publication). 

Accuracy and Probability 
of Fire (Naval Academy 
publication). 

Nomenclature of steel B. 
L. R. guns and carriages, 
and mounts for Hotch* 
kiss guns. (Bureau of 
Ocdoance.) 



;2153^ 



82 



COUKSE OF INSTRUCTION. 



FOURTH YEAR—FIRST CLAlK-LINE DIVlHlON-OouUaaad. 

SKCOin> TBUi-~oontliia«<L 



8 

e 



i4 






a 



L ^ttiW^tfUOM^ 






9 



6QbJ«ct«. 



Tr&t-booklL 



TnioKY or run DBvi\Tt«i)i op tnb Com- 
fam: Oooim of th«> ftn( lenn coBtliia«iL 

IlTDftooBArntc SiEriTisio: Th« Inatni 
n(«iiu iMTvi; M«l«ciloD and m«MOf«aMiit 
of li«r«; drt^niiltuiltoB of ttttmotli of 
bMe; triAMfuUUioa: drt<>niii&ACloa of 
h<*lj(bU; l««pllng; pMllng » Mirv<*y; 
bydroKmpliiral Mnr«*jlDg; UdU obwrva- 
lions; currant ofawnrallona; miIUiic <U- 
rM-lionii; tba form of the earth, with 
■|H<ial rpftTvitro to tho conftrottioo of 
chartii; pruj«rtiofw: nmolnc Minrejrt; 

PRACTICAL NATiaATloSl. 



Atlmlmlly Maawil f>*r tK 



l*bon«MMC*« §pli*ri • 



<l«rv«)lBC. 
rrtrjrclioa Ti 



IxTxaiiATiuhAL Law: The oi^tftA, •our\««« 
and mnctiooi of iDtrriMll<in«l Uw; tli« 
law» of war, vmtiafKu, rr|ifiMil, and rvior* 
Uon; blorkadft; rontmliaiHl of war; right 
of •farrh; ihlp't itapcr* and aaiiooallty; 
|>rUr«; prltatrrnBg: plrmrj; Iho rights 
and dutiM of Rpotrmli; jurinUctioQ OTar 
▼««Mil«At na and la tfrrnlonai walm; 
fufttlf «■ aad dcaerlm; UcvOMt to tiado; 
rcriipturM. 



I 



ti\mm'» Maria* 
liu«tal t^w. 



Ialr«*»« 



I 



HrccfAl. Inrrairnoii: G«i«ral d««rrlptloa 
of lh» htiRun IkhIv and It* Utn* tit»Ba. Ilir 
arrval of hemurrhAc*. rv«u«i-it«ii4«Q fr»tti 
dnnrning; alcohttlk* driiili*, litloitu, and 
cither nan«'tlra. (l^xitirM and |iractloal 
loatrut tion. frtdajs 7 .*«* tu U JU |». ml., 
aiMtlloual.) 



I 



I 



Mania'tTWBwi 



•odth» Kflwt* «r ^•.• 



COURSE OF INSTROCTION. 



83 



VOURTH TEAR-FIBST CLASS— BN6INEKB DIVISION. 

riBflT TEBH. 



Department. 



SeniHa$uhipf Saval Com- 
nt^timt, a»d N(avai 
Tactictm 



Suun Sitffbutrmtfm 



e4 

• 

s 



So 
A' 



2 



8 



2 



a 
o 

a 



a 



SnbJecU. 



Text-books. 



Natal CoHSTRUOnoif : Deflnitiona; history 
and practice of atiipbailding in wood, iron, 
and steel ; systems of construction, subdivi- 
sion, and armoring ; systems of pnmpinK« 
draining, ventilating, steering, and lioii«t- 
ing; fittings in general; dlstribotion of 
armor, gnns, and boats ; special constmc- 
tiooH; lauiirliiiig; types of ships; stmct' 
iiral strength and strains; buoyancy and 
stability in the intact and in the damaged 
conditions; tlieory and observation of 
waves ; rolling and pitching ; principles 
of stowage; resistance, propulsion, and 
steering of ships ; qualities of ships, con- 
struction and use of dlagrsms of qualities ; 
the use of qualities. 



Seaton^s Marine Sngineer- 
ing. 



Habink EKoimEB: (General description of 
modem marine engines and their depend- 
encies ; expansion of steam ; piston speed 
and size of cylinders ; uses and construc- 
tion of parts of a marine engine ; calcula- 
tions on twisting and bending moments ; 
principles and construction of condensers 
and pumps ; types of valves and valve gear, 
and valve diagrams ; principles and con- 
struction of various types of propellers ; 
the indicator audits diagrams ; power of an 
engine and calculations relating thereto ; 
lectures on the metallurgy of it on and 
steel ; the production of bronzes and alloys 
with reference to their use in marine en- 
gineering. 

Objects of test trials ; boiler trials and 
their results; fHction of tha engine, and 
the dynamometer; standard methods and 
examples of engine trials. 

I)<>ii.r.R8: Various tyiH-n and efflci^Micy Jif 
8team boilers ; construction of boilers in < Sboeli^s Steam Boilers.* 
detail, and materials used ; details of 
fittings and attachments; cnusoe of decay ; 
care and preservation of boilers ; fuels, 
solid and liquid; combustion of, with the 
methods of their application under natural 
and forced draught, their com|)arativ« 
qimlitics and iii-ofHTtieK, with itistructionH 
HH to their selection for, and caic of, hk 
dtciini fneis ; practical tiiits of the calorific 
value of file Is. 



White's Manual of Naval 
Architecture. 

Thearl«*s Naval Architec- 
ture. 

Thearle*8 Theoretical Na- 
val Architecture. 

Welch's Text-book of Nap 
val Architecture. 

Special Notes and Draw- 
ings. 



Thurston's Engine and 
Boiler Trials. 



Wilmnrs Steam Boilers. 



K«l 



COrrWE OF INSTRICTIOX. 



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COURSE OF INSTRBCTION. 



8.: 



ASSIGNMENT OF TIMS. 



I>epartinentB. 


Fourth 
class. 


Third 
class. 


Second 
class. 


Fimt 

cla8(i, 

iine 

division. 


First 

class, 

Migineer 

division. 




Ut 

term. 


2d 
term. 


1st 
term. 


2d 
term. 


1st 
term. 


2d 
term. 


1st 
term. 


2d 
term. 


1st 
term. 


2d 
ter:ii. 


SmmanBhip, Naval Constmction, and 
Naval Tactics.. 






1 


1 


3 
3 

4 

3 
3 


4 
6 
4 

2 


2 

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3 


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English Stadiee, History, and Law 

Modem Languages . 


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SPECIAL INSTRUCTION. 



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87 



TABLE OF GO-ISFFICIENTa 



DepAiiment and rabjecta. 



DiBcipline 

Seamawihipf Saeal CoHttmoUon, tmd 
Naval Tactia. 
Seamaxuhip, Ship Bollding^and Naral Tactics. 
Craiee Reporta, NaTigation Koto Bookf, 

Journab, and Station BUto 

Practice Cmtee » — 

OrAMmoe and Qmm m ay , 
Ordnance InstmctionB, Infantry Tactlca, and 

Ordnance and Qannerj 

Jjfromniiy, Navigaifon^ and Smrfywg. 

Astronomy, Navigation, and Surveying 

Practice Cruise 

SUam Emgineering. 
Steam Machinery, M a r i n e Engines, and 

BoileiB 

Summer Practical Work 

Marine Engines 

Designing Machinery 

Bollen 

Meekcmiet and Applied MalkemaiUm. 
Differential and Integral Calculus, and 

Mechanics 

Least Squares and Strength of Materials 

Mechanics 

Pl^isiei and Chemialrjf 
Cliemistry and Physics 

Mathfrnatia. 

Algebra and Geometry 

Trigonometry, Analytical Geometry, and De- 

(•criptive 0»H»metry 

KagtM StHtUn^ Hiaintii, nud Law. 

Kugluih and History 

English and Law 

International Law 

Modem Language*, 

French, Spanish, and Gennan 

MechaHuxd Drairing, 

Mechanical Drawing 

JlfuHTtf/toieoftf. 
Special Instruction (Phyiiiology and Hygiene) . 

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88 COURSE OF INSTRLCTIDN. 

PRACTICAL, INSTRUCTION OF CADETS. 

SEAAfAXSHir. 

Knotting nnd tplielng; oompMt nnd lend line; ship noroanclntnre; eatUng uu*\ 
fitting hemp rigging; catting and fitting wire rigging; rowing, nnd tb« mnon g ai m t 
of bontt antler onra and under tail; Mil making; making np, bending, onbMMliBc 
and handling »ails; rigging ship; stripping ship; shifting spars; getting nndar ws> 
and anehoring; evolations with vessels nnder sail and nnder steam: signaling, 
and Navy code; management of steam launches; steam fleet tactics with 
launches. 

ORDyAXCE AXD GUNNERY. 

Setting up drill; school of the soldier; school of the company ; school of the b*i 
talion (infiuitry); skirmish drill ; school of the battery ; scho4il of the battalion (artiS 
lery) ; exercises with broadside guns, pivot gnns, monitor gnns, boat howitsara^aa*! 
machine guns; target practice with small-arms ; target practice afloat with maehtbr 
gnns, rifled howitzers, Hotchkiss rapid-fire guns, and great guns; small-sword «xer 
oise; broad-sword exercise; bayonet exercise; cane exercise; handling and tkrtnj: 
torpedoes ; handling and preparing Aizes for use ; determination of the strength anti 
elasticity of gun -metal with testing machine ; determination of muxzle veloetti«« 
with the Schultz chronoscope; determination of pressures in guns by means of pms- 
•are gangM ; experimental determination of range tables, also ot the Jump aod ibr 
draft ; the preparation and inspection of ordnance material. 

Two gold medals are awarded annually for marksmanship ; one to the eadot of tW 
first class who excels in great-gun practice, and one to the cadet of the second elaw 
who excels in practice with the service rifle and revolver. 

In June, IS91, the great- gun medal was awarded to Cadet Richard If . Wait, of 
Pennsylvania. The practice was from the steamer StamHukf at ranges varying from 
1,100 yards to 1,600 yards, with the Hotchkiss 3-poundar and 6-pounder rapM-firr 
guns. l*he best scores were : 



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*(WM W«*t «"U i« ftSiii'ti ig >*n Um- Urn U} m mufyp M w U* il mmi^ \»j VmXvX LAiif %m% M • |wttili «t. 

The scoring was on the Ber\ ire vertical target. 

In Itecrmber, 1891, the small-arms medal was awarded to (-adet Upham, of Mt»u 
tana. The targrt« used were the Army A and B for the Hotchkiss rifle, and a rrc 
tangle IM by 24 inrliee for the rr\oIvrr. The score wan ss follows: 



OiiiIm«««, A tan«« 

friMi l«wl. a toryvl 

RfWtdVir, I* *•« f4 it»«lt t«rgvl 





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COURSE OF INSTRUCTION. 89 

PRACTICAL INSTRUCTION OF CADETS. 

ASTBONOMr, NAVIGATION, AND SURVEYING. 

Nftvigation : Obnervations, with sextant and artificial horizon, for timeyiongitade, 
chronometer correction, latitade, and azimnth. 

Surveying : Surveying, and constmoting a chart of, a portion of the Severn River. 

Compass Deviations : Swinging an iron ship, and oheerving the deviations and the 
times of vibration of horizontal and vertical needles on different qpnraes ; from 
these observations finding the approximate and the exact co-elllcients, and the hori- 
zental and the vertical forces acting on the standard and steering oompoasee ; also 
finding the heeling co-efficients for the same oompasoeo without heeling the ship ; 
jalso correcting the deviations of a compass, using a Navy compensating binnacle. 

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. 

PHYSICAL TRAINING. 

Class drills in calisthenics, free movements and with apparatus. 
Special exercises to promote symmetrical development when pecessary. Athletic 
exercises, including boxing and swimming. Dancing. 



PROGRAMME OF PRACTICAL INSTRUCTION. 



Wh«o mor« than oiif klutl of AiMviM la prMrrili«U dariof a wmK th« nvailvr vt 
!•> a fl(vr«lB parvDlbraia. 

riBKT riiANH. 



mt^'k •x 



AciMlrDiir I ^ , Kii»« .llvi-I.Mi. ! tW«nJ dh Wim. 
tsioothn. Z I ■ 



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FobriMry 



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Iti»il4>ry ■«). 
Mouttttr (I). 
rH'ainauaiilp. 
TArK*'t i^rrat Kun« f4 >. 
Monitor (I). 
Si'«.ntafi«iii|>. 
Ht«>afn taCTk* (4;. 
Mimitur il). 
Battel iun infaotry. 
Batteliuo arUIlary. 



Broajflword. 

Hff^aiD. 

hmall tword. 

Ht«<ain. 

l*racUcal ordaaace. 



' ('Mttt}NIII> (4). 
MmIiHiiI ,1). 

I lUtli ry (4). 

Mitnitur (1). 

S«*«iii«n4lii|i. 

Mcuiii t*rtu*a (i). 
I Monitor 1). 

, >4>a|nUtllMlll|l. 

T«ft(H Rri*al gone (4). 
Motittor ill. 
BatUliou infantry. 
Batuhua arttil«f7. 
Sl««am. 
Hniailaword. 
Ht4taai. 

Broadtword. 
i Hlaani. 
I >riiall aaord. 



I 



Third dWi*liNi, 



TnrKot icrmil gna*{4i. 

Muiiltor (It. 

Sir Mill tactics (4). i 

Mimilor(l). 

S4«maiH»hlp. 

rotiimaj(4). 

Monitor (1). J 

Se«nuuialiiii. 

Ilattrry (4). 

Monitor (1). 

Battel luo inraatry. 

Battelioti artlllrry 

RnMubwiml. 

8ti«iii. 

Bruadtword. 



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TbrgH Kr«ml r* 
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Mpttllur 4l>. 
MmnauahiiK 
Halti^rj i4t 
Moniitir ilt 
ilattelluD tataatrr 
Hattailutt a«UlU«7 



Prartlcal ord 

Stoam. 

t^mUlawofd. 



fracUoal 



9RMI-ANNUAL EXAMINATION. 



m4«ai. 

Itnjadaword. i 

Mram ■ 

> »Rtan*hl|i. 

Siram. I 

l>r« latioo roni)Nua (4).| 

i^«inan«lil|i \li. 

S««ajBAUfthi|» I 

I (•••itrral qaaitariL 

S*-«ttiaaaliip. 

Tarir«*t KTpal mm* f4'. 
I (^•nrrml •|uart«n <l . 

hkirnitah i4i. 
I t«r«matialilp(1>. 
I Mrun tartirs ^4>. 

H««iuan*hlp )li. 
1 Tor|jp»l«'** •4» 

(trnrrmi •itmrtmfl). 

IWllAlioii tbfMitry <4i 

**»amat»ht|' •!>. 

Haitallonartttlfry (S). 

Si«ain tefttta M. 
Oavrml r|oart#ra CS\. 

Battel lofi Ififaiitrj. 
Haitalmn artiU'nr 
<»«ii« • •' .)ii«rt«r« 

iWt'ji'x h infaalrr. 



l*nwtiral or^lnaiio. 
8i««m. 
BriMMlawunl. 
Hlran. 
Sf«aianahlp, 
I»»viaUini r«inipa«(4). 
!4m%maiialiip •!;. 
Sf'anianahifi 
(flrorral i|uart»r«. 
AMunanalili*. 
Mitrmlah (4). 
<*«Q«*ral quartera (1 1. 
TaricH |(n«l Kuaa \4 > 
h»ani«ii«hip (li. 
Tfifpi^SoM ( i ». 
H««inanabln(l>. 
flt^aiB tertira <4U 
G4>nt>ral qaartefv (l\. 
Batuhfto intmnHj (4-. 
S(«miin*hl|i I IK 
Baiullon an 1(1^7 (:i) • 
H<iainaiiahtv >.1i. i 

Sti^am tat !*'« .I*. 
Gaa^rml qaartara (3>. 

Banal liiri itifantry. 
lUtl%:i>iti anilifry. 
li'hi'ral 'piaflvra. 
<«t> tni ta* ti« ■ 
IUitKif>n infantry. 

^«IH tUstlt|» 



St^^am. 
^v^antanaliipi. 
Mcaiii 

Ilr«*a*laward. 
Stram. 

iKrv lalloQ cumpaM (4) 
;icamaoahlp(lK 
V-anianahip. 
(•4<n«tral quafftN^ 
^««lnalMhl|l. 
Ht«>4m tec lira (4V 
<;«>ti4>ral qoartvca (l\ 
T«>r|v4o«« I 4k 
S^amanahip (IK 
Tarvrt griHil fvat {4) 
S<>afiiauabip ,li. 
Kkirmiab (4> 
G«n' nal qiiani>ri (\\ 
Battell«>fi artilUry ^4). 
SHunauahlp il). 
BaiteliiMi artiilafy (31 
**rajnaDaliip \^i. 
M'Aia ta« Urn SK 
<ii'D«r»l «{oart*r>(3K 

Battalion intentnr. 
BAttah>>ti ailill*ry. 
(r* ii<-ral «) laitrra. 
M ttit ta ii(-« 
lUti^lii*!! ■nfaatry. 
>> 4ii*ait«lit{»> 



I Aaall award 



Broadawttrd 
iWittaltiMiri 



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<4i 
tinaawl ^aan#r« } 
M«aailartic«i4 

iipdi 

MK 

TarfH cv^aC caaa i 

(S^otral q«artav« \ 
Batta)i«Mi tefaatri « 
Wiawa^htpil. 
Aaltelloa artilWn ^ 
!<raiai>alitpli 
0M«alaciica .s 
UaaamI q«an«r« i 

' Baltalttia lalkatf i 
' Aattelnm Mtii;«Tv 

<«<»o«tm) ^aattara 

9ir«ja ta« t»<a. 

Baltellu* ittCaalry 



iJfNTAL KXAMINATlMX. 



Prartk* rruiw 



•t>i.t.ta< lh« mi>athau( |w<r«i».«r. Janoarjr. aa4 V^itwkrj, Iw il( flalarday 4r«U 
Wltel4>« laUMlrf. la H*** *^ ^* «**^ut* 4«toil drtik 



•«v4« i t 



PRACTICAL INSTRUCTION. 



91 



SKCOND CliASS. 



mouths. 



October. 



NoTamber 



December*. 



January *.. 



February •■ 



March .. 



April.. 



May. »_. 



Jiinel to 10 



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Fint division. 


Second division. 


Third division. 


Fourtli division. 


Company. 


(>ompany. 


Target machine gniu. 


Steam launches. 


Battery. 


Battery. 


Steum launches. 


Target machine guns. 


Seamanship. 


Seamanship. 


Seamanship. 


Seamanship. 


Target maehine gimt. 


Steam launches. 


Company. 


Company. 


Seamanship. 


Seamanship. 


Seamanship. 


Seamanship. 


Steam lannches. 


Target machine guns. 


Battery. 


Battery. 


Battalion infantiy. 


Battalion infantry. 


Battolion infantry. 


Battalion infantry. 


Battalion artillery. 


BattoUon artillery. 


Battalion artillery. 


BatUlion artillery. 


Small sword. 


Steam. 


Kavy signals. 


Steam. 


Steam. 


Small sword. 


Steam. 


Navy signals. 


NaTy signals. 


Steam. 


Small sword. 


Steam. 


Steam. 


Navy signals. 


Steam. 


8mal\ sword. 


Broadsword. 


Steam. 


Signal!. 


Steam. 


Steam. 


Itrcnulsword. 


Steam. 


Siunnlfl. 


Signals. 


Stoani. 


Broadsword. 


Steam. 



SEMI-ANNUAL EXAMINATION. 



Steam. 
Small sword. 
Steam. 

Practical ordnance. 
Steam. 

Broadsword (4). 
Seamanship (I). 
Seamanship. 
General quarters. 
Seamanship. 
Target great guns (4). 
General quarters (1). 
Skirmish (4). 
Seamanship (1). 
Steam tactics (4). 
Seamanship (1). 
Small sword (4). 
General quarters (1). 
Battalion in&ntry (4). 
Seamanship d). 
Battalion artillery (3). 
Seamanship (3). 
Seamanship (3). 
General qnarters (3). 

Battalion infantry. 
Battalion artillery. 
General qnarten. 
Small sword. 
Battalion infantry. 
Seamanship. 



Signals. 
Steam. 
Small sa'ord. 
Str;ani. 

Practical ordnance. 
Broadsword (4). 
Seamanship (1). 
Seamanship. 
General quarters. 
Seamanship. 
Skirmish (4). 
General quarters (1). 
Target great suns (4). 
Seamanship (1). 
Small sword (4). 
Seamanship (1). 
Steam tactics (4). 
General quarters (I). 
Battolion infantry (4). 
Seamanship (1). 
BatUUon artillery (3). 
Seamanship (3). 
Seamanship (3). 
General quartan (8). 

Battolion infantry. 
Battalion artillery. 
Ctoneral quarters. 
Small sword. 
Battolion infantry. 
Seamanship. 



Steam. 

Practical ordnance. 
Steam. 
Small sword. 
Steam. 

Broadsword (4), 
Seamanship (I). 
Seamanship. 
General quarters. 
Seamanship. 
Steam tactica (4). 
General quarters (1). 
Small sword (4). 
Seamanship (1). 
Target great guns (4). 
Seamanship (1). 
Skirmish (4). 
General quarters (1). 
Battolion infantry (4). 
Seamanship (1). 
Battolion artillery (3). 
Seamanship (3). 
Seaman^lp (3). 
General quarters (8). 

Battolion infantry. 
BattoUon artillery. 
General quarters. 
Small sword. 
Battolion infantry. 
Seamanship. 



Broadsword. 
Steam. 

Practical ordnance. 
Steam. 
Small sword. 
Broadsword (4). 
Seamanship (1). 
Seamanship. 
General quarters. 
Seamanship. 
Small sword (4). 
General quarters (1). 
Steam tactics (4). 
Seamanship (1). 
Skirmish (4). 
Seamadshlp d). 
Target great guns (4). 
General quarters (1). 
Battolion infkn try (4). 
Seamanship (1). 
Battolion artillery (3). 
beamanship (3). 
Seamanship (3). 
Oeneifil qnarten (3). 

Battolion intontry. 
BattoUon artillery. 
General quarters. 
Small sword. 
Battolion Infantry. 
Seamanship. 



ANNUAL EXAMINATION. 



*I>uring the monthM of December, January, and Febrnary, two (2) Satnixiay drill periods ara devoted to 
linttolion infantry, in place of the schedule dietail drills. 



92 



PRACTICAL INSTRUCTION. 



HKt*09D CLAftL 



toiw«ll«L 



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Seoood iUtUob. 



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pi. OL. 

ll«rhla« Mbop •. m. 
T«rK«l howltavni |>. 

llachia* •btfpa.B. 



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lifva.ni. 
Howlian* •AmK ft m. 

6 lliirhln# aiMp «. ni. 
I Btmlft ^ m. 

C lUrbiB« ■bopA.n. 
I Tbrir^ |{rv«t irom p. 

7 llai*lilii« •hiip k n. 

I 
% Mjichin* ■hopa.ni. 

II Ma<-hiiH» •bifpA. m. 
T«n(vt UMkll Armi p. 
n. 
10 ! HaclilM abop ^ m. 
Boatop. m. 



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Howilwn wAsmX p. oi. 

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Taricvt BMchlttv miiw 

p. n. 
Marhine ■bop •. m. 
TarK«*t* howftw*!* p. 

m. 
BanulBK aUAm cot- 

tania. m. 
Slcaatop. m. 

Marbloe abop a. m. 
Bostap. m. 
lUrbliM i4iup •. m. 
T»rg«l •■•II ftrnw p. 

n. 
Mai'bliM ahnp a. la. 
Tantat Craat guaa p. 

m. 
Ma<*hlae Miop a. n. 
HtmUB tarlUa p. m. 

Mai-btov abop a. u. 
lluAtop. m. 

llarhlDi> abop a. ai. 
BoaU p. HI. 



Marblae ibop a. m, 
aiffoala p. m. 

Marhlaa alutp a. in. 
Iltm lu<»r»afl4ial p. ai. 

Macbio* abop a. m. 
Tarirat aarblaa (um 

p.«i. 
Baaaiax ataam ml> 

Tariat Itowltaraa p. 

m. 
Marblae abup a. ni. 
Boat* p. m. 
Macblna abop a. m. 
lluat«p.Bi. 



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PRACTICAL INSTRUCTION. 
THIRD CLAJ88. 



93 



Academic 
Months. 


1 


Vint division. 


Second diTision. 


Third division. 


Fourth division. 


October 


1 


Company. 


Company. 


Boats. 


Boats. 




2 


Battery. 


Battery. 


Boats. 


Boats. 




3 


Seamanship. 


Seamanship. 


Seamanship. 


Seamanship. 




4 


Boats. 


Boats. 


Company. 


Company. 


Novflmber . 


1 


Seamanship. 


Seamanship. 


Seamanship. 


Seamanship. 




2 


Boats. 


Boats. 


Battery. 


Battery. 




3 


Battalion infantry. 


Battalion infantry. 


Battalion infantry. 


Battalion infantry. 




4 ! iSattalion artillery. 


Battalion artillery. 


Battalion artillery. 


Battalion artillerj. 


l>ecembei*. 


1 1 Small swoni. 


Seamanship. 


Broadside guns. 


Rigging loft. 




2 RIggiOflr loft. 

3 , Broadside guns. 


Small sword. 


Seamansliip. 


Bruodiiide guns. 




Bigging loft. 


Small sword. 


Seamanship. 


January *__ 


t 


Seamanship. 


Broadside guns. 
Target small arms. 


Rigging loft. 


Small sword. 




2 


Small sw«inl. 


Pivot guns. 


Rigging loft. 




3 


Rigf(ittS loft. 


Small sword. 


Target small arms. 


Pivot guns. 




4 
6 

1 


Pivot guns. 


Rigging loft. 


Small sword. 


Target »mall arms. 






SIMI-ANKUAL EXAMINATION. 




February •_ 


Target small arms. 


Pivot guns. 


Bigging loft. 


Small sword. 




2 


Small sword. 


Target pistol. 
Small sword. 


Army signals. 


Rigging loft. 




3 


RlggliiK loft 


Tarvet pistol. 
Small sword. 


Army siguals. 




4 


Army siguals. 


Bigging loft. 
Army signals. 


Target pistol. 
Small sword. 


March 


1 


Target pistol. 


BiSSiDR loft. 




2 


Company (4). 


Company (4). 
Searaatfship (I). 


Company (4). 


Company (4). 






Seamanship (I). 


Seamanship (1). 


Seamansh p (1). 




3 


Seamanship. 


Seamanship. 


Seamanship. 


Seamanship. 




4 


General quarters. 


Geueral quarters. 


General quarters. 


General anarters. 
Seamanship. 


April 


1 


Seamanship. 


Seamanship. 


Seamanship. 




2 


Target small arms (4). 


SkirmUh (4). 


Seamanship (4). 


Boats (4). 






General quarten (I). 


General quarters (1). 


Goneral quarters (1). 


General quarten (1). 




3 


Skirmish (4). 
Seamanship (I). 


Target smiiU arms (4). 


Boats (4). 


Sfamanahipb 






Seamanship (1). 


Seamanship (I). 






4 


Seamanship. 


Bohts (4). 


Target small arms (4). 


Skirmish (4). 
Seamanship (1). 








Seamanship (1). 


Seamanship (I). 


May 


1 


Boats (4). 


Seamanship (4). 


Skirmish (4). 


Target small amis (4). 






General quarters (1). 


General quarters (I). 


General quarters (1). 


General quarten (1). 




2 


Battalion infantry (4). 


BatUllon infantry (4). 


Battalion infiintry (4). 


Battalion infantry (4). 






Seamanship (I). 


Seamanship (I). 


Seamanship (1.). 
BAttallon artillery (3). 


Seamanship (1). 




3 


Battalion artillery (3). 


Battalion artillery (3). 


Battalion artillery <3). 






Seamanship (3). 


SMiniinsh;p(3). 


Seamanship (3). 


Seamanship (3). 




4 


Small sword (3). 


^■n sword (3). 


Small sword (3). 


Small sword (3). 




6 
M. 


General quarten (3). 


^^■U quarters (3). 


General quarters (3). 


General quarten (3). 


■ 


Battalion infantry. 


fllblon infantry. 


Battalion in&ntry. 


Battalion infantry. 




T. 


Battalion artillery. 


Battalion artillery. 


Battalion artillery. 


Battalion artillery. 




W, 


General quarters. 


General <iuartors. 


General quarters. 


General quarten. 




Th. 


Boats. 


Boats. 


Boats. 


Boato. 




r. 


BatUllon Infantry. 


Battalion infantry. 


Battalion infantry. 


Battalion infantry. 




8. 

} 


Seamanship. 


Seamanship. 


Seamanship. 


Seamanship. 


JuneltolO 


• 


ANNUAL EX. 


AMINATION. 




June 10 to 
ADgiist28. 




Practice 


> cruise. 





«>During the months of December, January, and February, two (2) Saturday drill periods are darotod to bat- 
talion infantry in place of the aehednie detail drills. 



94 



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FOIKTM CLilMk 



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1 > UaartuK. 

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Bftttallon artUlary. 

Gjmoaaliciu 

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PtTot iraiM. 
Oymuartica. 
I)aiiriiiK. 
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RiKKtix i»n. 

<*;» tiinit«ll<-a. 
r4<in|mfiy (4). 
Nanianahip (I). 
Smilli>n«lii|i. 
(trQ«T»l •luart^n. 
^«aiiiiiti«lii|i. 
(•tiiiiiii»tii-ii <4l. 
<i« u« ral •|ii«rtri« (1). 
!«kiinii>li 'Ij. 
N*aiita!i*iiip il). 
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(trtirrni i)iiArt«r« fl). 
IWtutiMii Infantry (4). 
S^aniac.^liip • 1). 
Hailjilion >ilillrr] (.1) 
8eamau*)iit* • >*. 
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Bri»tul»i«l«* icutia. 
(•«nin«i*tuii. 
paiK iiiK. 
Ki«:i.i»|{ toft. 
Da IK in K. 
CViinpaoy (4u 
H«>amati«hip (1). 
S*aiii>n»hlp. 
Ovorral qoartaiii. 

Sktmiknh (4 1. 
Ofhfral <juart»n (1). 
(4>iutia»ti<* 1 4). 
*<i>aMtan«hip (It. 
B<«t* i4i 
H»«maM«htp (I) 
^wania^^hl|| '4, 
(triifinU quartfT* <1\ 
Battalion in fan try (4, 
S*ani«n*tilp ■ I . 
Ualtjklitm anin*T7(j,. 
^fHintan•hlp ( '-* 
Sfamao*hlp .d 
4*«tt«cal ^oartcn (.1). 

Batulion Itifaotry. 
BaltaliMii artillxiy. 
4f« nrnU qtiartrra. 
Ikwt* 

I Hatt«li>>n infantry. 
1 (tpatnanahip. 



Rirclnc loft 
DanrtiiK. 
Oytuuatftksa. 
Dancdig. 
Uixirinc loft 
CoMipaDy i4). 
9^aman«hl{. (1). 
N aninitaliip. 
(fl4>n«>rai quartaia. 
Seaman* hip 
Sr«man«hip (4). 
(ff'ti'Tal quATtan (1). 
B<»at* <4> 
S<anianaliip ilk 
<«ymiia»li<* (4). 
Snamaoahip • 1). 
SkirmUh 4i. 
(tfnrral quArfffi (IV 
Battaliun infantry \4) 
?*««niiti»*tii|> < li. 
tUtiali'tn anillary(8) 
H««aia(»hip ■ ti. 
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Gtnafml quarton (8). 

llattA!i»n infaattry. 

Baltaliou artillery. 

(;c«i«Tal qoartafa. 

It..ii* 

lUitiih >n infantry. ' 

>« >ntaitkliip 



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ANNUAL REGISTER 



UNITED STATES NAVAL ACADEMY, 



ANNAF'OLIS. MD. 



FIFTIETH ACADEMIC YEAR. 



1894-95. 



WASHfflGTON ; 

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE. 
1894. 



CONTENTS. 



Page. 

Historical Sketch 5-7 

Superintendents 9 

Board of Visitors 11 

Academic Calendar 12 

Calendar, 1894-95 13 

Ol-TICERS OF the UNITED STATES Na VAL ACADEM Y 15-18 

Academic Board 18 

Cadet Officers 19 

Practice Cruise, Summer of 1894 19,20 

Practical Instruction, Summer ok 1894 21,22 

Classes at the beginning of the Year 1894-'95 23-30 

Numerical Summary 1 30 

Cadets, with Relative Standing in Classes, June, 1894 31-45 

Appointments, Discharges, Resignations, Dismissals 46, 47 

Merit Roixs 48-63 

Regulations for Admission of Candidates 65-70 

Course of Instruction 71-85 

Assignment of Time 86 

Programme of Recitations ;... 87 

Table of CoRfficents 88 

Course of Practical Instruction 89,90 

ProctRamme of Practical Instruction 91-96 

Summary of Practical Instruction 97,98 

3 



THE UNITED STATES NAVAL ACADEMY. 



The United States Naval Academy wag founded in 1845 by the Hon. George Ban- 
crofty Secretary of the Navy, in the administration of President James K. Polk. It 
was formally opened October 10 of that year under the name of the Naval School, 
with Commander Franklin Buchanan as superintendent. It was placed at Annapolis, 
Md.^ on the land occupied by Fort Severn, which was given up by the War Depart- 
ment for the purpose. The course was fixed at five years, of which only the first 
year and the last were spent at the school, the intervening three years being passed 
at sea. This arrangement 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 mid- 
shipmen 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 after September of the previous year. The midship- 
men of the date of 1840 were the first to be graduated, finishing their limited course 
in .July, 1846, and they were followed in order by the subsequent dates until the 
reorganization of the school in 1850. 

In September, 1849, the following board was appointed to rcviHc Hut plnn nnd the 
r(>>>;nlationB of the Naval School: . 

Commander William B. Shubrick, 

Commander Franklin Buchanan, 

Commander Samuel F. Du Pont, 

Commander George P. Upshur, 

Surgeon W. S. W. Ruschenberger, 

Professor William Chauvenet, 

Captain Henry Brewerton, U. S. Army. 
The plan reported by the board was approved, and went into operation July 1, 
1850. The new organization provided for a course of seven years, the first two and 
the last two at the school, and the three intermediate years at sea. The school was 
placed under the supervision of the Bureau of Ordnance and Hydrography, and its 
name was changed to the United States Naval Academy. The corps of professors 
was enlarged, the course was extended, and the system of separate departments 
with executive heads was fully adopted. It was provided that a boa^ of visitors 
should make an annual inspection of the Academy and report upon its condition to 
the Secretary of the Navy. A suitable vessel was attached to the Academy as a prac- 
tice ship, and the annual practice cruises were begun. 

After the system had been in operation a year new changes wore proposed, and 
the recommendations of the academic board on the subject were referred to the 
board of examiners for the year 1851^ composed of the following- named officers: 

Commodore David Conner, 

Captain Samuel L. Breese, 

Commander C. K. Stribling, 

Commander A. Bigelow, 

Commander Franklin Buchanan, 

Lieutenant Thomas T. Craven. 

5 



6 HISTORICAL SKETCH. 

TherbAnf^c reroiniiien«le<l by the board of examinera, and adopte«l hy tba I>e|tart 
ineiit, conttiMt4*d mainly in leaviniic out (he reqmrenifnt of tbret^ yean of M*a mt^ i- r 
in the middle of tht* course, tbuH makini; tbe four yearn of study conseentive. Thr 
prartii'c criiifM« Hiip|die<l tbe place of tbe omitted sea service, and gave liett«*r op|M»r- 
tiiniti«*M fur truiiiiiig. Tbe change vent into operation in November, 1M51, to|p-th<T 
tritb oiber improvements n*oomroende<l by tbe board. This systtrm baa Im^tu «*on* 
tinuiMl. with some sli^^bt modiflrations, to the present time. Tbe first rlims to rvNtu r 
tbe ben<*tit of it was that which entered in 1K51. Six memliers of this class cumplct***! 
tbe C4»iirse in three years, and were graduated in Jone, 1854: tbe rest of tbe claas fol 
lowed in 1K%. 

In May, IXCA, on tbe ontbr of tbe war, tbe Academy was removed t4i New|Mirt. 
K. I. Tbe three upper classes were detoclied and onlered to sea, and tbe rcmainin;: 
a^^ting midsbipnien wcrr quartered in the Atlantic House and on l>oard the* IVigat^^ 
CoMBhtmtiom and Santet, In the summer of IXGo tbe Academy waa removM bark t«> 
Anna|Mdis, where it has since reniaine<l. 

When tbe Hureau of Navigation waa e«tabliabe<l, Jaly 5, 18G2, tbe Acailemy was 
pt;ice«l nnder itii supervision ; March 1, 1867, it waa placed nnder tbe direct care ainl 
supervision of the Navy department, the administrative routine and finanri:tl nt.*tj 
a^emc*nt UtMug still conductt*d through tbe Kureau. On tbo 11th of March, iHtV*. xUm 
official connection with tbe llurcau ceased, but was renewed by the general onlcr «»f 
the Navy Department issued June 2r>, 1HK9. 

The term of the academic course was changed by law, March 3, 1873, l^om four to 
six years. Tbe chnnge took etlcct with the cla^M that entered in the follow itt^ 
suuiiner. 

In lH4i4» a clnRs of acting tbirtl iisststaut engineeri* was ortlertHl to tbe Academy for 
iustniction. Tlie course cinbnM'ed the subiects of steam engineering, meelianivm. 
cbeniiMry. ineclianics, and prat*tical exercises with the Lteam engine and in tlie 
machine shop. This class was graduated in June, IKilH, tiiKcther with tno cad« t 
eniftiK'ers who had entered the Academy in lHir7. After an interval of lour >eaio, 
in October, 1K71, a new class of cadet engiueiTs was admitted. This claas follow i tl 
a two years' cotirsi'. somewhat more eitendeil thun that of the class of iHiiH, and 
woj* grn4luateil in lh73. In 1K72 and 1873 ficw cta*Mu*s were admittod, the flr«t <>f 
which left the Academy in 1874 and tbe S4*c<md in 1875. Hy an act of Congrf«M, 
approved February 21. 1871. the counte of instruction for ca<let engineers woa ma«l<*- 
fonr year* ini^tead of two; the new pro% ision w.is first applicsl ti» tbe cIium rotrrttii; 
tbe Aradeniy in the yi*ar 1871. This claiMi was gradiioted in June, 1K7K. 

11^ .in ai-t of CoiigicKS. appnivetl August T*, 18X2, it was pn>vided thol from tlt.»t 
dn(«* *' there nh.ill be no appointments of ca4let-niiilMhipmeti or cadet -rnirineers at 
Che N.<%al Aca4lefn\ . but in lien thereof naval cailets shall \n> ap|Miiiite4l from e»*'h 
Coiicic>Mtional di»ttnct and at huge, as now providiHl by law for cadet^miibibipnien. 
ami all the utitleignuhiateH at the Naval Academy nliall hereaftcT l»e deAigiiatnl auti 
CAlle^l Mijval cadets;' aad from tlicm<« who sucee«««rully completa the six >ear^' 
ctntT** , ap|HMnlnieti(A shall hereafter be made ah it i<« neccHsary to fill raeancies in 
the If. wet gradc*A of tbe line and Kngine««r Toqis of the Navy and of the Marine 
(orjii: .4u4 ptottded /urthrr. That no greater ntiiiilier tif ap|iointmenta into the-f 
|{radi*i nhall Ite iiiuile each veur than tthall e4|ual tbe ntiniWr of vacancies which ba« 
ocf iirred in the «aiiie graile« during the precedinj; year; «tich appointments to )te 
matle lrt>ni the graduates of the >ear. at tli«* conrltiHton of their six yean' e«>nr««*. in 
the tirti* r «»f ittent. a* detenuined by theacadenu** board of tbe Naval Acatlemy; tbe 
a«»i::iini«nt to the^nriouN corp« to be made \%\ the Secretar> of the Navy n|M»n the 
reroiniiM nd.itiMfi of the a* .»«leiiiir Itoanl. Ibit nothing herein contatne<l shall redtic«« 
tlie inniihrr ol .ippoititnient« from f»urh gra4ltiatr« Im'I<iW ten in each jear, n*tr 
dr |>ri\ ** t>f NUt li ap|Miintt»ettt aii\ graduate >% ho may complei^t the win years* eour««^ 
duiMi: the \ear etjjhtet'O hondrtHl and ei;;hty.two. And if there be a aur)dus «»f 
gmOiLtte*, tliOM' who do not receive «ii«*h appointment mIuiII Ik» tfiven acertilust* <>f 



HISTORICAL SKETCH. 7 

graduation, an honorable discharge, and one year's sea pay, as now provided by 
law for cadet-midshipmen ; and so much of section fifteen hundred and twenty-one 
of the Revised Statutes as is inconsistent herewith is hereby repealed. 

'' That any cadet whose position in his chiss entitles him to be retained in the 
service may, upon his own application, be honorably discharged at the end of the 
four years* course at the Naval Academy, with a proper certificate of graduation." 

The act of Congress, approved March 2, 1889, provides that ''the academic board 
of the naval academy shall on or before the thirtieth day of September in each 
year separate the first class of naval cadets then commencing their fourth year into 
two divisions, as they may have shown special aptitude for the duties of the respec- 
tive corps, in the proportion which the aggregate number of vacancies occurring in 
the preceding fiscal year ending on the thirtieth day of June in the lowest grades 
of commissioned officers of the line of the navy and marine corps of the navy shall 
bear to the number of vacancies to be supxdiod from the academy occurring during 
the same perio<l in the lowest grade of commissioned officers of the engineer corps 
of the navy ; and the cadets so assigned to the line and marine corps division of the 
first class shall thereafter pursue a course of study arranged to fit them for service 
in the line of the navy, and the cadets so assigned to the engineer corps division of 
the first class shall thereafter pursue a separate course of study arranged to fit 
th«m for service in the engineer corps of the navy, and the cadets shall thereafter, 
and until final graduation at the end of their six years' course, take rank by merit 
with those in the same division, according to the merit marks; and from the final 
graduates of the line and marine corps division, at the end of their six years' course, 
appointments shall be ma4le hereafter as it shall be necessary to fill vacancies in 
the lowest grades of commissioned officers of the line of the navy and marine corps; 
and the vacancies in the lowest grades of the commissioned officers of the engineer 
corps of the navy shall bo filled in like manner by appointments from the final 
graduates of the engineer division at the end of their six years' course : Provided^ 
That no greater number of appointments into the said lowest grades of commis- 
sioned officers shall be made each year than shall equal the number of vacancies 
which shall have occurred in the same grades during the fiscal year then current; 
such appointments to be made from the final graduates of the year, in the order of 
merit as determined liy the academic board of the naval academy, the assignment 
to be made by the Secretary of the Navy upon the recommendation of the academic 
board at the conclusion of the fiscal year then current; but nothing contained 
herein or in the naval appropriation act of August fifth, eighteen hundred and 
eighty two^ shall reduce the number of appointments of final graduates at the end 
of their six years' course below twelve in each year to the line of the navy, and not 
less than two shall be appointed annually to the engineer corps of the navy, nor 
less than one annually to the marine corps ; and if the number of vacancies in the 
lowest grades aforesaid, occurring in any year shall be greater than the number of 
final graduates of that year, the surplus vacancies shall be filled from the final 
graduates of following years, as they shall become available." 

''That after the fourth day of March, eighteen hundred and eighty-nine, the 
minimum age of admission of cadets to the academy shall be fifteen years and the 
maximum age twenty years.'' 



SUPERINTENDENTS 



OP THE 



UNITED STATES NAVAL ACADEMY. 



Assnmod command : 

Sept. 3, 1845. — Commander Franklin Bacbanan. 
Mar. 15, 1847. — Commander George P. Upshur. 
July 1, 1850. — Commander Cornelius K. StribJing. 
Nov. 1, 1853. — Commander Lonis M. Goldsborougb. 
Sept. 15, 1857. — Captain G^rge S. Blake. 
Sept. 9, 1865.— Rear-Admiral David D. Porter. 
Dec. 1, 1809. — Commodore John L. Wordcn. 
Sept. 22, 1874.-7-Rear. Admiral C. R. P. Rodgers. 
July 1, 1878. — Commodore Foxhall A. Parker. 
Ang. 2, 1879. — Rear- Admiral George B. Balch. 
June 13, 1881.— Rear- Admiral C. R. P. Rodgers. 
Nov. 14, 1881.— Captain F. M. Ramsay. 
Sept. 9, 1886. — Commander W. T. Sampson. 
June 30, 1890.— Captain R. L. Phythiau. 

9 



BOARn OF VISITORS, JUNE, 1894. 



Gen. Scott Shipp, Lextiigton, Va., President. 

Hon. Charles S. Randall, U. S. House of Keprescntativea, Vice-President 

Hon. J. R. McPhkrson U. 8. Senate. 

Hon. Gkorgb C. Perkins U. S. Senate. 

Hon. Adolph Mkykr HouHe of Represent^itivcs. 

Hon. Joseph H. OrTiiWAiTE * Hoane of Representatives. 

Mr. S. P. Lan(jley Washington, D. C. 

Mr. Charles H. \Villi!ox Atlanta. Ga. 

The Venerable C. J. Brady '. Archdeacon of Kansas. 

Mr. John C. Pegram Providence, R. I. 

Gen. Lew. Wallace Crawfordsville, Ind. 

Mr. John K. Cowan Baltimore, Md, 

11 



ACAI>EMIC CALENDAR 



lHn4-lH95. 



1894. 
()ct4>li«r 1. — Ileginningof fimt term Monday. 

1H»5. 
Jftonary :M-K«bniAry 2. — S«*roi-aniinal i*x:itiiin:iti«iii Mrniilay-Satanlax 

February 2. — End of 6r«t tenn Hatnrday. 

May 15. — Examination of candidntr« Uir :ii!iiiihsiiiti n% naval 

cailetii \V«lnc<Mlay. 

May31.-~Endofarademir year, 1KM>*!I5 Friday. 

Juno 3-H.— A unnal examination Monday-^Satunlaj. 

Scptemlter 2.— Kxaniination ofrundiilntcii ttiraiiiiti«Mion an Naval 
eaiteU • • * Monday. 

Oetober 1.— Beginning of finit term, lK!iV*!H1 .... Tneaday. 
*the academic niontlm c*nd on tlio following «l:iyn: 



Or toiler 
November 
I>rcrm1»rr 
Jannar> 

Octolirr 
NovoMibrr 
12 



1H91- 


i«r». 


Octolxsr 27 


Frliruorv 


Novenilior 24 


March . 


Decern lior 22 


April . 


January 2li 


May 


m^>- 


iHim. 


f)rto1>er 2«S 


DfH^rmlNT 


N«ivi'Ui1ier 23 


Jnnu:iry 



Marrh U 
Marrh M* 
April T: 
May 2r. 

Dreemlier 1*1 
January 2ii 



CALENDAR FOR 1894-'95. 



SEPTEMBER. 



Sun. M. I T, W. T. 



V. Sat. 



2 


3 


9 


10 


i6 


17 


23 


24 


30 







4 
II 

18 
25 



5 
12 

19 
26 



6 

13 
20 

27 



. _ _- 1 - — — 



7 

>4 
21 

28 



I 

8 

15 
22 

29 



OCTOBER. 



7 

14 
21 

28 



I 2 

8 9 

15 16 

22 ; 23 

29 1 30 



3 
10 

"7 
24 
3" 



4 
II 

18 

25 



5 
12 

19 
26 



6 
13 

20 

27 



....-I.—..- -__- 



NOVEMBER. 











1 

I 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


II 


12 


«3 


14 


«5 


18 


>9 


20 


21 


22 


2^5 


26 


27 


28 


29 



9 
16 

23 
30 



3 
10 

17 

24 



DECEMBER. 















2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


9 


10 


II 


12 


13 


14 


16 


17 


18 


19 


20 


21 


23 


24 


25 


26 


27 


28 


30 


3' 



















I 
8 

15 

22 

29 



JANUARY. 



6 

13 
20 

27 



7 

14 
21 

28 



I 

8 

IS 
22 

29 



2 


3 


9 


10 


i^ 


17 


23 


24 


30 


31 



4 
II 

18 

25 



5 
12 

19 
26 



FEBRUARY. 













I 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


10 


II 


12 


13 


14 


15 


17 


18 


19 


20 


ai 


22 


24 


25 


26 


27 


28 


1 



9 
16 

23 



MARCH. 













I 


2 

9 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


10 


II 


12 


13 


14 


15 


16 


17 


18 


19 


20 


21 


22 


23 


24 


25 


26 


27 


28 


29 


30 


31 



























APRIL. 



Sun 



7 

14 
21 

28 



5 
12 

19 

26 



7 

14 
21 

28 



M. 

I 

8 

15 

22 

29 



T. 



W. I T. ! F. 



9 
16 

23 
30 



3 4 
10 II 



17 
24 



18 

25 



MAY. 



6 

13 
20 

27 



7 

14 
21 

28 



I 

8 

15 
22 

29 



9 
16 

23 
30 



JULY. 



I 

8 

15 
22 

29 



9 
16 

23 
30 



3 
10 

17 
24 
3' 



4 
II 

18 
25 



5 

12 

19 
26 



3 
10 

17 
24 
31 



5 

12 

19 
26 



Sat. 



6 

13 
20 

27 



4 
II 
18 

25 ' 





3 


JUNE 






1 


2 


4 


5 


"6 


7 


I 
8 


9 


10 


II 


12 


13 


14 


15 


16 


17 


18 


19 


20 


21 


22 


23 


24 


25 


26 


27 


28 


29 


30 
























'^'" 



SEITEMBER. 



OCTOBER. 



6 

13 
20 

27 



1 




AUGUST. 




• 










I 


2 


3 
10 


4 


5 


6 


. 7 


8 


9 


II 


12 


13 


14 


15 


16 


17 


18 


19 


20 


21 


22 


23 


24 


25 


26 


27 


28 


29 


30 


31 



I 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


\i 


12 


13 


14 


15 


16 


17 


19 


20 


21 


22 


23 


24 


25 


26 


27 


28 


29 


30 












-r " 

























I 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


II 


12 


13 


14 


15 


16 


17 


18 


19 


20 


21 


22 


23 


24 


25 


26 


27 


28 


29 


30 


31 




_ 


1- 














' 



X3 



OFFICERS 



ATTACHED TO THK 



UNITED STATES NAVAL ACADEMY. 



8UPKBINTKNDBNT, 

COMMODORE R. L. PHYTHIAN. 
AwiHant to the Superintendent and Secretary of the Academic Board, 

LlBUTKNANT-COMMANDEB W. T. SWINBCRKB. 

Asntiant to the Superintendent in charge of Buildingt and Grounde^ 

LlElTKNANT-COMMANUBB A. K0B8. 



Commandant 0/ Cadett and Uead 0/ Department of Dieeipline, 
COMMANDER C. M. CHESTER. 



LiBlTBNANT C. E. COLAHAIT, Atiittant. 
LiRUTBNANT T. PORTBB, AtHttant and DrUl OJHeer. 
LlKiTBN ANT Hdoo Ostbrhaub, Attittant and Ihill OJlcer. 
Lieutenant D. Daniels, A9nttant and Drill Ojfieer. 



SEAMANSHIP, NAVAL CONSTRUC-riON, AND NAVAL TACTICS. 

Head of Department, 
LIEUTENANTCOMMANDER URIEL SEBREE. 



AtHttanta, 

LieutenantComkandbb J. D. Adavs, 
Lieutenant R. M. Di>vle, 
Lieutenant DeWitt Coftman. 



Instructor in Boxing^ Sieimming, and Oymnattic$, 
Matthew Stbohm. 



15 



16 OFFICERS OF THE UNITED STATES NAVAL ACABEHY. 



ORDNANCE AND urXNSBT. 

IlHid uff DtpartvMni, 
LIKUTENANT ALEXANDEU McCRACKIN. 

Amitianis, 
LiKtrrsxAirr J. II. GtjEiotcw. 

LlKl'TCNAXT P >l. 1IAB•S1JU^ 

EfCtttov J. M Eluoott. 
Sttord Mimmtr. 

A.J. COKBISI&B. 

A$9i9Uint Stemd Ma*Ur§, 

J. n. Rm. 
Q flKimz. 



AVTRMHOMT. NAVIUATION. AKD •l'BVBTIX<l. 

liemH of Ifepmrtmntt, 
LIErTEXANT COMMANDEK H. K. TILLEY. 

AMittmniM. 

LmrTKNAsrr J. A. Xokkis. 
LiBUTEJCAXT John GiBmiN. 



KTKAM SNnlNUMINft 

ttfUtt u/ ffrpmnmmt. 

CHIEF KNUINKEIt f*. W. UAE. 

Vk^zu AMiiiTAvr EjintNKBB r. J. Scilftll. 
l*A<»ht> Afc^i'^TAJir K.%oi5ii>ca K W. Babtlbtt. 
l*AH«rn Awtl^TA T KNIil^BRB L. I). MiyKK. 
AH#«uiT«jrr EsotniKB H. W. Junib. 

ASMMTAXT KNUI^KBB H. O. STM K^KT. 



l/rHfl •/ /Xf|»«/flM^lll. 

UErTE.SAKI(N)lfMANl>KR CHARLES BELKNAP 

Att»t*nts 

LiBrTT.«rATr M. L. W(«>o. 
LiriTB^k^i W H AttB^, 



OFFICERS OF THE UNITED STATES NAVAL ACADEMY. 17 



PHT8IC8 AJCD CHBIlUTmT. 

Head c/ Departments 

PBOFESSOR K. H. TERRY. A. M.. Ph.D. 

AstietantM^ 
LiBtrnDTANT S. C. PAms, 

LlSUTKNANT T. B. HOWARD, 

LiKiTTBNAirr A. M. Kkiobt, 
EicsioN W. H. 6. Bulla RD, 
PBorssBOR Paul J. Dashiell, Ph. D. 



MATHBMATICS. 

Head of Department, 

COMMANDER ASA WALKER. 

AmtUtante^ 

LiEUTBNAirr A. W. Oraivt, 
LiKUTENAirr W. V. Beonauoh, 
Ensign B. W. Welub, Jr., 
Ensign S. R. Hurlbut, 
Ensign A. H. Robertson, 
Ension L. H. Chandler. 



ENGLISH STUDIES, HISTORY, AND LAW. 

Head o/ Department, 

LIEUTENANT PERRY OARST. 

AtaUtanUs 

llel^bnant j. p. parker, 
Ensign E. W. Ebsrle, 
Ensign E. H. Dukell, 
Ensign J. F. Hubbard, 
Ensign F. M. Bassbtt. 
Pbopbssor W. W. Fat. A. M. 



MODERN languages. 

Head of Department^ 

LIEUTENANT G. L. DYER. 

AiMietanU, 

pRopEsaoR Jules Lerovx, 
Assistant Professor Hbnui Marion, 
Assistant Professor Samuel Garner, Ph. D. 



MECHANICAL DRAWING. 

Head of Department, 

LIEUTENANT G. P. COLVOCORESSES. 

Attietante, 

Lieutenant C. N. At water, 
Professor Marshal Olivkr. 
Assistant Professor C. F. Blauvklt. 

6644 N A 2 



18 OFFICERS OF THE UNITED STATES NAVAL ACADEMY. 



iiRAXCH or rin'ttlCAL tbajniku. 

In Char^^ 

»VHiirAiS HENRY (S. llEYRK, M. l> . Pu. D. 



/*ro/rjMrr o/ Mmtkemutiea. 
W. W. JoHXM)N. A. II. 

OFFICERS HOT ATTACHED TO ACADEMIC STAFF. 

('oxaiAKUKR A S. Kkow, in Ckary* o/ lihi§i$. 
UnutvAU IxupMTi*!!. T. C. Waltdx, M. I>. 

Pamkp AaNiirrAsrr Si'Mobox W. U. Rt'f«il. U. I). 

PAAKfU AM«t<rA^T SFatlC«i<f S. S. Whitk, M. I) 

Pai I>imk<ti»r JaHM Kri ri»!«. /*ay O/frrr. 

Pat I>IRBfT<»K \V. (•uUNtHiiKoi*UH, Tom m IMS ry anil (;«M«r«i M«#rrl«ryftfr. 

('HAPLAIK II. n. CLAMK. D. U. 

AN*it^Ai«T pRorsMMiK A. N. nmm?!, LittariQn. 
J. M. St'KXr»i. JmmIomI /^i^mrtofi. 
R. M CHASIk Sfrrrtarp. 
iiVWMM R. MftMllKU. 



iUiHtt^ and Sh%p», 
BctAifW ktx J. S. Sim lain. 
Hale*. 

SAMt Ikl. (tIK. 

V. J. Mt Nn«v. 

w. a. smiim. 



MARINE oKFirERS 

Taktu^ J M T. Yntso. 
KlMtil LiltTK.%A>T r. A l»(>1lli^ 



ACADEMIC BOARD 

iMk riiMliAXlit^l « • <'At»»Ttt. 

TUK IilAt> f»r Till l»l-AMf«l.«T (IT N| 4llA!V«llir N A> 41 <*« i^itTIII < TM»H. AM* > A%'AL TAtTIt * 

TnI lll«li liT ttlB Pi l>«l.1«BM Ml Oftti^%^< K «\|* lit %1»li1 

iHI lll«l><*r TNI. llri-«t.TMt %f «>r A«TN<*HoH1. N%%|i,4tl«'^ 4Mi N|K4l.1lt%«i. 

1 lift IliLAU f-r Tilt UcrAMTiii^T • r mi am K^i«iH»>hiMt 

TUS lllAl*f»V TML l>»l*«IITllt.M t'T MftMIA:«l«ll A%l' At II tit* II «Ttlk1IAf M« 
TNB IIRAI* «*r TUB |ltr%l-TMIXT i>r PnitiK* A^I* rMIWI»|UT 

Tub I1bai> «tr thi l»frAiiiMi«T •*> Matiivhayi » 

IHB liBAIi 0» 111! l»Br«inM»^T of K««il l»N *^1l'l»ilL* lll*1ttB1 AMI* La1». 

Thi 1Ibai> *tw tnb l»t«*%irTift^T «•? Miiiinii^ I.am.i «<•!• 
Tna llBftt» **r Tva UirABiMcwT iir MuluviKAt 1»iia«i^u. 



CADET OFFICERS OF THE UNITED STATES NAVAL ACADEMY. 19 



CADET OFFICERS OF THE UNITED STATES NAVAL ACADEMY. 



F. P. Baldwin, 
P. M. Bannon, 



CADBT LIKUTENANTCOMMANDKB, 

S. F. Smith. 

CADST LIEVTENANTS, 
CAtlET LIBUTKNAITT AND ADJCTANT, 

W. H. Htanuley. 

CADKT LIBUTBNAK*!' AND COMIII88ARY, 

F. H. Brumby. 

CADET PA8HBD ASSISTANT BNOINBBR, 

T. M. Dick. 



W. O. GROB8BECK, 
H. V. BUTLEB, JR. 



H. Lanino, 
A. T. Chester, 

S. C. Vbotai^ 

M. J. MCCORMACK, 



CADET ENHIONS (SENIOR), 



CADET EN8ION8 (JUNIOR), 



W. R. Ghebakdi, 
J. J. Kabt. 

W. C. Davidson, 
A. J. Wadhams. 



Firtt Division. 

D. \V. Todd, 
K. Z. Johnston, jr., 
S. P. Dennett, 
N. H. Hall. 



cadet petty orKICERS or THE FIRST CLASS. 
cadet CHIEF PETTV OFFICER, 

W. Baqley. 



Second Ditision. 
W. B. Izard, 

J. C. BBECKfHRIDaB, 

J. E. Walker, 
J. D. Savers, jr. 



Third IHvinon. 

W. R. CrSHMAN, 

K. M. Bennktt, 
O. S. Knbppbb, 
G. H. Mann. 



Fourth JHHnov. 

J. R. MONAQHAN, 

E. H. Watson, 
C. B. Barnes, 
M. Takasaki. 



CADET PETTY OFFICERS OF THE SECOND CLASS. 



Fir»t Dioinon. 

R. U. Robinson, 
G. S. Lincoln, 
H. S. Kimball, 
D. W. Wubtbbauoh. 



Second IHvition. 

C. L. Poor, 
R. Eablb, 
T. A. Kearney, 
A. W. Mabsiiau^ 



Third IHvition. 

C. L. Lbip'er . 
A. E. Kalbach, 
C. E. Gilpin, 
£. McCauley, jr. 



Fourth IHvition. 

J. H. HOLDEN, 

T. T. Cbaven, 
L. C. Palmer, 

J. H. JONEB. 



SUMMER CRUISE, 1894. 



Commakdeb C. M. Chester, Commanding. 
LiEUTKNANT H. OsTEBHAUS, Executive Officer. 
LiEiTTENANT A. M. Knight, Navigator, 
Lieutenant R. M. Doyle. Watch Officer. 
Lieutenant J. H. Glennon, Watch Officer. 
Lieutenant J. H. Shipley,* Watch Officer. 
Ension W. A. Edoae, Watch Officer. 



OFFICERS AND NAVAL CADETS. 

united STATES PBACTH% SHIP MONONQAHELA. 

June if to August 90. 

Ensign H. F. Bbtan, Instructor in Navigation. 

Ensign S. R. Hurlbut, Watch Officer. 

SuROBON G. E. H. Harmon. 

Assistant Surgeon M. W. Barnum. , 

Paymaster J. A. Rino. 

Chaplain H. H. Clark. 



* Detached July 21, 



20 



SUMMER CBUI8E, 1884. 







NAVAL (JADET8. 






iHm CUu$—tAw DiViWoM. 




BagWy. 


CbMter. 


KlenuuiD. 


Smith. KT ,iai 


BiOilwlB. 


ClMh»BD, 


KiH*pper. 


SUodlry, 


RaaMW. 


Vm\i4mimAf»} 


UuiJDg. (») 


Takaaaki. 


Bamra, 


DpDDrit, 


McCunnack, 


Todd. <0 


B«BBrft, 


(3lM>ninlt. 


Mud, 


TealAl, 


BrM'klpridKr, 


QrotMbeek. 


llonafbaa. 


Wadbama, 


Brumby, <6) 


lunl. 


lUby. 


Walkar.J.B.. 


BuUcr, 


Johostoii. R. 


A», iwy^PH, 


Walaon. (tf) 




SttcHd CUtt-^Htp to to AugU9t S 




mtmi. 


caiplQ. 


KMmey, 


PalmiY. 


BoH, 


HiiueDiitelii, 


KlnbaJl, 


Rblipi'Iy. 


(Viekp. <«t 


Ui«nry. 


LHp^r. 


Roya. 


(*iTft*baw, 


Uoldro. 


Llttl«A«td. <•) 


Walkrr. R. E., 


llMll. 


Jesaop. 


llM^Arthnr. 


WaablBgtM, 


Fllacrrald, 


lUllMcb. 


McCaaIvy, 
An^iitl 5 fa it«^4« S7. 


Wood. 


BiMily, 


R«rl«, 


Manball. A. W.. (/) 


Totrr. 


•Swwwi^^Wpj 


DIU. 


MiddlrtM. 


Volkmar. <o 


ClnvniVA, 


JonM, J. U.. 


Mnatia. 


W»tt4*agol, 


C*rm%rB, 


KnoY. (A) 


Toor. 


Wortabaagb. 


(^nrtlB. 


LinrolD, 


Rirr. 




Vfmam. 


Mrt'oBAttU. 


Robtnaon, 




Awiimn, 


Uapbnrn, 


MaboDy. 


Kargaot, 


AMerm. 


Ilftradoa 


Mayo. 


SM^iton. 


BMby. 


ItttlMir). 


Miller, 


SUit4»rM, 


Bo>d. 


HolmM. 


Mora*. 


Kbrltoa. 


BryMft. 


Hoopla, 


Murlla. 


SmlUi, A. Si C. 


C'hMT. 


UooaloB, 


Nftylor. 


Byko*. 


CollnM, 


JeJIrra, 


OglMby. 


Trrry. 


Hay. 


JenaoB 


OTt»ratra»t, 


TbrbwB. 


lhiBow», 


JoSfW, li. I«.« 


Owon. A.C 


VaaOrdMi. 


Dnseaa, 


Kaula. 


(>w«oa.r. T.. 


Ward. 


BfViTt, 


KflVBMI, 


PUUaoa, 


Wabbor. 


KakoMT. 


K«»pe. 


Pvmll, 


Wella. n. T., 


OIlMk 


LudU. 


Powall, 


Waaaobi. 


rmi — 


LMby. 


Pmlt, 


Wblle. 


(Smboi. 


llrrartby. 


Prvaaey, 


Williama, R.. 1 


ni«M. t«) 


Mrl>nwrll. 


RtfyDolda. 


TarBcll. 


B«r«« 


MrMallw. 


Rirbafdaott. 




H..4m... 


aiaciii. 


RoeblP. 
rovrCA rta«». 




Ap^vlilta. 


Eteoa. 


aobMoo. T. L.. 


Tardy. 


AfWMVi 


OrahMB, J. 8^ U«br«ldt, 


Tborpp, ik} 


Bivckway. 


Fklk. 


MarbK 


W<4>brr. r. H . 


Bm««. U, H.. 


FalWr. 


Morrte, 


WfOla. W. H.. 


B>ii«ai. 


CSilincr. 


N«te«a. 


Wllros. 


C«MUra. 


na»rsbA». 


IVlrnKNI, 


Wooda.B^ 


IHacvr. 


Hord. 


RaUadtff^ 




BtebHa. 


Hniitrr. 


Skorkk^.v. 




« (Snatflvl tfek iMv* rmai Aogiial It. 





r Tnm»1*'m4 I* Batal baapltal. Kurfinlk. Ta., AagtMt I. 

rf hMit to baapltal at Krvpart, R. I.. Aacvat 1. 

# UraaU<d pvraiiaalaa to ratiira to Acadamv . Aaguat >l. to 

/ Uraatad lM«a fh«B ABguat a*. 

A ciraalad laarv fiom Aagaat la 

I Oraatad laaT» ftam Aagaat a. 

I Tia^atinad toaaval baap4Ul 5offotb. Va.. A«f«al 7. 



SUMMER CRUISE, 1894. 



21 



SYNOPSIS OF THE CRUISE, 1894. 

MONONTGAHKL A . 

Cadeto, fintclMB, line dirlaion, aau the third and fourth claaaes oiiiharke«l Jniie9. 

Sailed from Annapolia, Jnne 11. 

Sailed from Lynnhaven Bay for three weeka* cmiae at sea, Jnne 16. 

Beturaed to Fortreaa Monroe, July 7. 

On arrival of Bancroft, July 10, transferred 16 members of the fimt cUm, line diviaion, to her, and 

received 24 members of the second claaa. 
Pnt to aea, Jalj^ri, cruising off the capies of the Chesapeake. 
Setnmed to Fortress Monroe, Angnst 3, met Bancroft, and exchanged the remaining half of the first 

and second cUaaea for those who Joined her July 10. 
Put to aea dn August 7. 
Setnmed to Hampton Koads, August 18. 
Anchored off South River, Md., August 24. 
Arrived at Annapolis. Auguat 30. 

BANCROBTT. 

Cadets, first claaa, engineer diviaion, and the second clsss embarked July 7. 

Sailed from Annapolis, July 0. Hampton Koads, same day. 

Met Moncngohela; exchanged part of second class for half of first class, line diviaion. Norfolk 

navy.yard, July 10. Philadelphia, July 14. Sailed July 10. Navy-yard, New York, July 21. 

Sailed July 26; arrived at Newport torpedo station same day. Hampton Roads, August 3; 

exchanged .cadets with Monongahtla. Norfolk navy-yard, August 7. Philadelphia, August 10. 

New York navy-yard, August 17. Hampton Roads August 24. Annapolis, August 30. 



UNITED STATES PRACTICE SHIP BANCROFT. 



[July 7 to August 30.] 



LiECTBKAirrCoMMANDBB R. R. Inokrboll, CcuMnanAing. 



LisuTBNAirr S. C. Painb, Exeeutive Ogittr. 
LiEvrTENANT M. L. WooD, Navigatnr, 
Knbiqii W. H. O. Bvllard, Inttruetor. 



SUKGEON H. F. Bbtbr. 

PASBBD A8818TANT ENOIIVBEX W. F. WOBTHINOTOK. 

AsBiSTAirr Enginbbb H. W. Jonbs. 



NAVAL CADBTB. 

Firtt Cla§$—Line Division. 



July 10 to August 3. 



Auguat 3 to August 30. 



Bennett^ 


MoCormack, 


Bagley. 


Groesbeok, 


Breckinridge, 


Mann. 


Baldwin, 


Isard, 


Brumby, 


Raby, 


Bannon, 


Johnston, R. Z., 


Cnshman, 


Smith, 8. F., 


Barnes, 


Monaghan, 


Davidson, 


Standley, 


Butler, 


Sayers, 


Klemann, 


Vestal, 


Chester, 


Takasaki, 


Knepper, 


Walker. J. E. 


Dennett. 


Wadhama. 


Laning, 




Gherardi. 





Dick. 
Donn, 
Eckhardt, 
Freeman, 



Pint Clau—Engi'Mtr Divitfon. 

July 7 to August 30. 

Garriaon, Mansfield, 

Kama, Marshall, J. F.. Jr., 

Mallory. Merritt, 



Morton, 
Walker, C. H., 
Williams, H.C. 



22 



8UMMSR CRUISE, 18M. 







Setond /*!«««. 




Jnly 7 to 


Aoiptst S. 


August 3 to Aninut 27. 


BUody, 


MoConnell. 


BilMH»l. 


Kearaey. 


Rrooaoa. 


Mmnhall. A. W., 


Burt. 


KIbMI, 


<:Mtl»oiaB. !•» 


MldrfUitnn. 


(*oi»k. 


t<c>l]wr. 


CluTciriiiis 


Uumtiu, 


Crmsluiw. 


Llttlea^M. 


Cniirpti, 


Poor, 


Doftk. 


Mac Arthur. 


CurUtt, 


Rlrr. 


rilftgenUil, 


Mr('Mil«r, 


Dr*o«*, 


Robltiaon. 


tHlpin. 


rainier. 


Karl*. 


TauMl«. (6) 


Haurniitf>in, 


JUdculy. 


KUb. 


Toi^r. 


II«*Bry, 


Roy*. 


Jonra. J. II., 


Volkmiir 


Holdrn. 


Walkrr UK 


Knot, 


W«*tteti|{rl, 


Jrsiinp, 


WaAhiugtoo. 


Uaroln, 


WnrUbAugh 


K«lliw<h, 


WoihI 



l*ftAl'rt4-AL tKrmi'fTlo^ at NAVAI. A('AI»KMY. 



WURK m MAriltXB hllol* KltOM JVHIL II Ttl JIXT 7. 



Xa^al radeti of Aral riaaa, eugin«<rr illvlalou. 
Naval radHa of arroad rUmi 



I«rMMARY. 



On board prartirc Mliip» MvnoHffcheim and Bancroft 
Abarnt on aU'k loavr 



1» 



Toul 



m TrannfrrTHd to na%'al ItiiMpital. N«>» York. Jiil\ 23 
6I»led Jul> a. na%> >anl.Nri» York 



CLASSES OF THE NAVAL CADETS 



AT THE BEGINNING OF THE ACADEMIC YEAR, 1894-'95. 

[Correoted to October 4, 1804.] 

Naval cadets of the close appointed in 1889, performing required service afloat — Line 

Division — 35 members. 




•2 

*;i 

4 

m 

a 

C 

7 

8 



10 

II 

12 

i:j 

14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
20 
27 
28 
29 
30 
31 
32 
33 
3i 
3d 



Poirelson, WIIAid Van ^est . 
MoBti^onenr, WlUUn Sfaurk. . 

Elder, Edwin Atery 

CUrk, Frank Hodges, Jr 

Ward, Henry Heber 

Perry, Joaeph Albert 

Biaaet, Eugene Leo 

Croele}-, Walter Selwyn 

Lang, Cbarlea Jonaa 

Campbell, Eel ward Hale 

Magill, Louis John 

Berry, David Mark 

Wilson, Thomas Sheldon 

Doddridge. John Sehon 

Pearson, Henry Allen 

Gise, William Kern 

Cook, Allen Herriam 

Chadwiok, Frank Laird 

Fewel, Christopfaer Catron.. 

01nuite<l, Percy Napier 

Jackson, Orion Porter 

Powell, William Glaxgow 

Douglas, Richard Spencer . . 

Uphara, Frank Brooks 

Stichi, John Low 

Ryan, John Paul Joseph 

Morris, John Ramsay 

Wells, Chester 

Holsinger, Gerald Long 

McKethau, Alfred Augustus 

Pollock, Emmett Biddlc 

Potter, James Boyd 

Pratt, Alfre<l A lieu 

Carver. Marvin 

Procter, Andr£ Morton 



State from which appointed. ! ^^^^^^^ 



New York 

Kentucky 

MaMsachusetts. 
Rhode Island.. 

New Jersey 

Illinois 

Kentucky 

Connecticut — 
Pennsylvania. . 

Indiana 

Pennsylvania.. 

California 

Illinois 

West Virginia. 

Utah 

Illinois 

Kansas 

Minnesota 

Texas 

Oregon 

Pennsylvania.. 

New Jersey 

Georgia 

Montana 

New York 

Now York 

Missouri 

Pennsylvania.. 

Kansas 

North Carolina 

Illinois 

Now Jersey — 

Illinois 

Minnesota 

Kentucky 



Sept. 5,] 


L880 


Sept. 5,] 


1880 


May 21, 1 


1889 


Sept. 5,] 


1889 


Sept. 7,1 


1880 


Sept. 6,1 


L889 


Oct. 2, 1 


889 


Sept. 9,1 


883 


Sept. 6.1 


889 


Sept. 6.] 


889 


Nov. 11, 1 


88a 


Sept. 0,1 


L889 


May 20, 1 


1889 


Sept. 7,1 


1880 


Sept. 6,1 


L889 


June 14, 1 


1889 


May 22.1 


1889 


May 18,1 


1889 


Oct. 2, 1 


1889 


May 21,1 


1889 


May 18,1 


1889 


May 18,] 


L889 


June 3, 1 


(m 


Sept 6,1 


L889 


Sept. 7.1 


1889 


May 22;] 


L880 


Sept. 7,1 


1«89 


Nov. 15, 1 


1889 


Oct. 3, ] 


1889 


Sept. 5,1 


L889 


May 18,1 


1888 


Sept 5.1 


1889 


Sept. 7,1 


1889 


Sept. 27, : 


1889 


Sept. 6, 


1889 



Engineer JHvision — 6 members. 



*l 
2 
3 

4 
5 
6 



Nnttlng, Daniel Chaplin, Jr. 
Peugnet, Maurice Berthold , 

Price, Henry Bertrand 

Trench, Martin Edward 

Brady, John Richard 

Read, Frank De Witt 



Kansas May 21,188J 

Missouri Sept. 7,1889 

Iowa ; May 20, 1889 

Minnesota ■ Oct, 3,1889 

Pennsylvania ' Sept. 6, Ift" 

Ohio 1 Sept. 6.P 



23 



24 CLASS APPOINTED IN 1890. 

Karat radeU of the cla9» appoiwUd in 1890, per/i'rminf rtquirtd mrtitt m0mm9—l 

JHffiHam — 34 memharti. 



9 

a • 

11 



I 

I 
Name. j 8Ute fmm which apinintftl. a£^u 



.a 



'1 BoWrt, WllllMi Plerrr , HImImIppI lUy 



'2 i'osy Dutol Harvftte New York . $^*H- * *' 

•8 mills, Inrta Tu e»r<#r New York :^H. C 

*4 Bok«rta, TkoMM fial«M AUbwna Umy f, ' 

•5 ftolkn, DtTl4 Pooto I New Ifoxico Umj :i ' 

'6 A4aMS, LawrMM Stowell PenntylvMiUi , Se^c 91 . 

7 Stone, RaynioiMl AUImuiui if itpL & . 

K j Tompkiue, John ThoniM | Loalslana SfpL C . 

9 McLenn. RMley TraafMce Ua\ 9* 

10 , Webster. CharlM ItMnaehnMtU ' )S»H- ** 

11 Bnbln, ProTOoe^ ! New York - rf^ftL €i 

12 ChurcbUl, Winston , Mhuoari U»y 21 . 

13 Jonee, L<»wle Bnrttin • Nf*w York Mmy 31 

14 PulUn wider. Simon Peter ' Miwiouri Umy 2) ' 

15 GmhuB. Stephen Victor | Mirhiicftn Uay l» * 

16 Bennett, Ernest Linwood ' MssaacbwMtU »mpL 1^ . 

17 Lnby. John ICrCUne Tems« iWpC • 

18 SandoK, PriU Loiiin Lonlsisna lUy 1» . 

19 Gnlbrmith. Ctllbrri Smith Prnnsylvanlji .So^ • • 

20 Shaw« Melville Jones MlnneiioU Snpc c; 

21 Karanayh. Arthur Glynn Nebraska lUjr S* ; 

23 liook waiter, Cliarles Sum iMT Illinois Sept. • . 

21 Seott. William I*itt Pennsylvania May an; 

21 Snow, Carlton Farwell Maine Uay lo 

2» Gabom. RobeK Hatfield New York Umy Si ' 

28 Spear. Roscop Pennaylvania Mny 2: i 

27 Manlon, Walter James Lonislana Sofic. € ; 

28 Mr Neely. Robert Wbiteiien«l North Cantlina Sept. a : 

28 Turpin, Walter Stevens Maryland M^ S: 

20 Bnlmer. Rosooe Carlyle Nevada 8Wp< St.; 

81 Wbittad. William Scoit North Carolina M^ 3i . 

82 Stone, Oeorge Lonng PortiT (ieorfia Sepc da . 

>8 Gelm. George Bari New York Ma> XI . 

•I RngbuKl. riarrnci' Arkansas Srpt X : 



Engineer IHritian — LI mrmbtrt, 

1 llndfins. John Miliim VlrKiula Srp4 r «» 

2 M r Morris. llolinKKavananKh AUbama SepC U i-» 

8 Hinds. A tfVwl Walton Alaliama Sept ft *•• 

4 Moiid>. Rooroe Charles Maine S^pl a ;•• 

5 Cfjoprr If oatiiis Tsyhir IMa ware Mny 9n •• 

8 Baker. Hrnry Thcmias Ohio Get. T .«• 

7 fhappell. Rnlph llnl««rt Michigan Mny Sr m 

8 JnmM. Ulaad Frlrrson Si»oth Cnmllnn Sept. • !•• 

• Lyon Kmak Kentucky Hmy >i : • • 

10 RfM^rro J(«i^h Msaon . Illinois Sept ft. :•• 

11 C*onf». Hateh lugtism Florida Sept L t • 

13 Winsbip, Kmory Georgia Jmmm I : — 

U , Ilv Lany. Bdwm Bavdm Tonnesecr May S: ;«- 



FIB8T CLASS. 



26 



Xaval Cadeia of the Firai Clasa^Line IHvtHon^SS mmhers. 



Xame. 



Bagley. Worth 

Baldwin, Fnak Pardee 

BftOBon, Philip Michael 

Barnes, Caaains Bartlett 

Bennett, Kenneth Marratt 

Breckinridge, Joaeph Cahell . . . . 

Bmmby, Frank Haideman 

Butler, Henry Vamuni, Jr 

Cheater, Arthur Tremaine 

Coshman, WiUiam Reynolds 

Davidson, William Christopher. 

Dennett, Stanley Pallen 

Gherardi, Walter Bock well 

Groesheck, William Gerard 

Hall, Newt HamiU 

Ixard, Walter Blake 

Johnston, Raftis Zenas, Jr 

Klemann, John Valentine 

Knepper, Orio Smith 

JLaning, Harris 

McConnaek, Kichael James — 

Mann, George Hiram 

Monaghan, John Robert 

Raby , J ames Joseph 

Say era, Joseph Draper, Jr 

Smith, Stnart Farrar 

Standley, William Harry 

Takasaki, Motohiko 

Todd, David Wooster 

Vestal, Samuel Cartis 

Wadhams, Albion James 

Walker, James Erling 

Watson, Edward Howv 



State from which appolnteil. , 



Date of 
admission. 



Korth Carolina . . 

New Jersey 

Maryland 

Oklahoma 

New Jersey 

Kentucky 

Georgia 

New York 

Atlarge 

New York 

South Dakota ... 

Maine 

At large 

Ohio 

Texaa 

South Carolina . . 
North Carolina . . 

New York 

Pennsylvania. . . . 

Illinois 

Michigan 

Pennsylvania ... 

Washington 

Michigan 

New York 

Pennsylvania — 

California 

Empire of Japan 

California 

Indiana 

New York 

North Carolina . . 
Kentucky 



service 
in practice 
ships. 




Sept. 7,18dl 
Sept 8,18Bl 
May 19, IWl 
Sept 7,1601 
Sept 8,1«»1 
Sept 8,1W1| 
Sept 8,1881 
Sept 6.1881 
May 18,1880 
Sept 6.1881 
Sept 28, 1881 
Sept 6.1881 
Sept 4,1881 
Sept 4.1881 
Sept 7.1801 
Sept 7,1891 
Sept 10, 1881 
Sept 10, 1881 
Sept 4,1881 
May 19. 1881 
Sept. 8,1891 
Sept 0.1890 
Sept. 7,1891 
Sept. 9,1891 
Sept. 6.1881 
Sept 4,1881 
Sept 7,1881 
May 20, 1881 
Sept 8,1881 
May 19, 1891 
Sept 4.1891 
Sept 7,1881 
Sept 7.1891 



Kngineei' Divittion — Ig memhcra. 



Dick, Thomas Merritt 

Dnnn, Edward Howard 

Eckhardt^ Ernest Frederick 
Freeman, Frederick Newton 
Garrison, Daniel Mersbon . . 

Kama, Franklin D 

Mallory, Charles King 

Mansfield, Newton 

Marshall John Francis, jr . , 

Merritt Darwin Robert 

Morton James Proctor 

Walker Charles Henry 




5 
6 
8 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
6 
5 
6 
5 
5 
8 
5 

m 

O 

5 

m 

o 
8 
6 
7 
5 
6 
6 
6 
6 
5 
4 
8 
6 
6 
4 



5, 1891 


4 


5.1801 


6 


6,1891 


5 


9,1881 




1,1891 




30,1891 




26,1881 




7,1881 




8,1891 




10, 1891 




9,1891 




8,1891 





IS 

i 

2 

15 
16 

11 
15 
25 
15 
11 
15 
15 
15 
22 
15 
15 
15 
15 

4 
15 
13 
15 
15 
15 

4 
15 
15 
18 

8 
15 
15 
13 



17 
15 
15 
17 
8 
17 
17 
17 
17 
17 
17 



26 



SECOND CLA88. 



Xaral CadeU of the Srcond Cla*9-^7 member: 



N«iue. 



Stair from wbirh appolutMl. 



■tlmiaiUttU. 



BiMirl, IIrBr> < Irrnitrvrl 

BUimI>. Edwin ( 'liAunn^jr 

BftMiMio. Amoo. jr 

Burt, riiArlr* Perry 

ratttJroMUi KeiinrthOAllrbrr 

(*luv<*rina. WM TyW.jr 

r<iokr, Kobert Powrl I*a|{r 

Oaveii. TUomaii TloKry 

C*rf>ii«li«w, Arthur 

Curtiti. RoUnd Inrio 

Ikiwiir, Rusacl Aadrvwa 

DMk.Hc^ryMvlvUlr.Jr 

Barlr.lUlph 

KllM. If ark SaiBl CUlr 

FittctvaM. Kdward Tbornaa 

(;ilplD.rhaHf« Kdward 

llaiiraalalD.Ctronpp Jarob 

BrBr> . Janirs Rurbanan. jr 

Iloldro. Jonas Uanulbal 

JfUMop. Karl Perry 

J<in«^ Junius lirur>- 

Kalbarh Aadrrw Ka«ln 

Kr«niv> . Tb««Ma Albert 

KUnball. Ilrnr> Swifl 

Kdox. Pudlry WrlKbl 

I^iprr. Cbai Ira Lrvia 

Lincoln I ;4tr«i4M4l Saodrra 

LiUlaArld William IjueA 

Mar Artbnr. Arthur, jr.. jr 

Mr4*aolr%.Ktlfianl.jr 

If H *«Min»lL Kt« haffti 4 ;ray 

Maraball, Albert Ware 

MiddleUm <M«»rie« Iiard 

If oatln. Ilrnr> rruake> 

Palmrr. Lrl^h < arl> \r .... 

iNiar Cbarlr* L.«tiiC«ffert .. . 

Rk«>.<)eprx« Brnjamio 

KnIktI^. Frank Ku^fue 

lUbinatiB. lUrhanl llallt tt 

ku)« John lloll«> 
TcMer l^lwrWa Mataofi 
Vf4kmar. U aJirr *^ hit) ler 

Walker lUlph KfU 

H aahir>4l<i€i Po|»r 

^Hiruc-I Ivanr^rua .. 

Woi«l Ihiiwau U«li«*a 

Wurt*lMtt<h liauket \\ Ubrrt 



I 



Maryland *Vpl « |HW 

IVnnaylTania May 19. li«l 

Nebraaka Sr pi ao. li^J 

f }«orrU sepL c imn 

Krntacky S««pl. •. IW.' 

Louiaiana May 20. Ifft! 

Vlrffinka Sapl.l«,l*2 

New llaaiiMihin* S»pL 19. W9 

Alabama Hi*pl. C. li*S 

IVnnaylvanu Sept. A. Ii92 

New York Ma> » liW! 

TenneaaM* Sapt. I» IflQ 

Maaaarhuaetta rtepl. %.imn 

Arkanaaa Jul> I l»«3 

Teiaa Sept. U |i«5 

Mlrhigan .. Sept. ft IMC 

MlaaUalppI SepI 9 1102 

New York Nept «. I*»2 

Vr-mont Ma% 30. )J«e 

WiMt ViririiiU Srjrt. «. l-W 

Virsinia Sept 19. 1 •« 

PenBa> Ivauia July 1. 19K 

MiaaiMiri Srpt. • I99J 

Maaaarhiiaetta .Vpt. C IMS 

TeUMi*aa«*«* S«'pt •, IH92 

lVnna>lranta Sept. 4 1M9 

MlawMiri Ma> 30.1993 

MaaaarbuM'tIa . ... Sept 30 IUVS 

WUroualu Sept. • 1993 

New Vfirk <lct. 10. IWS 

Pennay Ivanla May SO. 1MR2 

Te%aa . . Sept. •. 1992 

K«Hitb Tarultua >ept 9.1993 

Tennaaare . . ... >* pi «. 1993 

Miaa4ittri Mept. <c HV? 

Nfw York ... . . >ept 9 IW5 

Krntiitky .... hept C lii03 

At Urie«* J*«-|»»- •. ItR 

Ohio Nept A. 19W 

New York Sept €.\m: 

Nrw York .. .. Sept. 19. li«3 

lVun*>lvanta Sept. 9c IMC 

IiMliana .. Ma> .V IMQ 

North ran»)i na Sr}t|. 7 l^T! 

r4»lor4«lo Se}it a iMTi 

AUUftttia ^pt » \m: 

Trxaa Ma> ?0 19K 



in 



iM 



ahi|« 



9 
9 



4 
lu 



• • 



.• 



4 

u 



*i 



u 



THIBD CLASS. 



27 



Naval CadtU of ike Third Clattft — 67 members. 



Name. 



State from wliirh 
appointed. 



Date of 
adiuiasiuD. 



Sea acrvleo 

in practice 

ahips. 



Antling. Sheldon Webb 

Aanerson, William CbrlRtian . 

Bagby , Robert Coleman 

Boyd, David French, jr 

Bryant, Samuel Woods 

C base, Gilbert 

C 'oil inn, Henrj' Lafayette 

Day. John Arthur 

DtiBoae, William Gnnnell 

Duncan, Oacar Dibbh* 

£g);ert. Ernt««t Frederick 

Falconer, Walter Maxwell. . . . 

(lileA, William Pinkney 

Graeme. Joseph Wright 

(irabam, Andn*w Thomas 

Hart, Thomas Charles 

Henderson, Robert William . . 

Ht'pbnm, Arthur Japy 

Ht«mdon, Henry Raymond ... 

HiUcary, John Francis 

llolman, Frederic Ralph 

IIoopeH, Kdwanl Trimble 

Houston, Victor Stuart 

Jrnson, Henry Norman 

Jones, Needham Lee 

Kautx, Austin. 1 

Keennn. Ernest Clinton 

KempfT, Clarence Selby 

I.4indiM, Irwin Franklin 

Leahy, William Daniel 

McCarthy, Albert Henry 

McDowell, Willis 

McMuUen, Stanley Hastings. 
Magill, Samuel George, jr — 

Maliony, Daniel Sullivan 

Mayo, Henry Wise 

Miller, Cyrus Robinson 

Morse, John Wise 

Mnrfin, Orin Gould 

Nay lor, Charles Jacob 

Ovemtreet, Luther Martin — 

Owen, Alfred Crosby 

Owens« (*harles Trunsdale — 

Pattison. Dilly Nelson 

Perrill, Harlan Page 

Powell, Joseph Wright 

Pratt, Peter Lloyd 

Pross«»y, Alfred Warren 

Reynolds. William Herbert . . . . 



MlssitMippi ... 

New York 

Mi.isouri 

Alabama 

Pennsylvania. 

Virginia 

Ponnsylvaniji. 
New York — 



Georgia. 



Abibama. 



Mil liigau 



Ohio 

Texas 

PeiinHvIvHiiin 

lUinoi.H 

Michigan 

Ohio 

Pcuusylvauia 

Texas 

Maryland 

Iowa 

Peunsylvaiiia 

South Dakota 

Wisconsin 

Mississippi 

Washington 

New Y<»rk - . 

California 

Kansas 

Wisconsin 

Iowa 

Pennsylvania 

Indiana 

North Dakota 

Michigan 

Virginia 

California 

MaHsachusetts 

Ohio 

Pennsylvania 

Nebraska 

District uf Columbia. 

Pennsylvania 

Iowa 

Indiana 

New York 

Illinois 

Nebraska 

Georgia 



May Id. 
Sept. 2R, 
Sept. 22, 
May 19. 
May 19. 
Sept. 6. 
Sept. 6, 
May 19, 
Sept. 0, 
Sept. C, 
Sept. 6. 
Sept. 6, 
May 20. 
Sttpt. 6. 
Sept. 6, 
May 19, 
Sept. 22. 
Sept. 22. 
May 19, 
S<'pt. 6, 
May 19, 
Sc«pt. 6. 
Sept. 22, 
Sept. C. 
S<*pt. 6. 
May 19, 
Sept. 6, 
May 19. 
Sept. G, 
May 19, 
Sept 6. 
May 10. 
May 19, 
May 19, 
Sept. 6, 
May 19. 
Sept. 6, 
Sept. 6. 
Sept. 6, 
Sept. 6. 
Sept. 6. 
Sept 6, 
Sept. 0, 
Stipt, 6, 
Sept. 6, 
May 19. 
May 19, 
May 19, 
Sept. 6, 



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26 



THIBD CLASS. 



^ar«/ Cadtia of the Third Cl a m €7 «€ai^frf— Contioned. 



Kane. 



State tram wkkb 
Appoitttod. • 



DMrar 



RSchanlMii. Loalii Clark .. 
Boahle. Clifloii (*barlM . . . . 
Sargr&t Leooanl Rnndlett 
SastoR, WalUw Roawall . . . . 
AaAeM. FlHrliar Lantar . . 
Shalton. Katliaa Jofdaa . . . . 
Snllh. Artbar 8t Clair. Jr . 
Sjrkea. Ragaae OcUTa. jr . . 
Tarry. Jaaaph Dandrldfp . . 

Tbdean. Darld Rllaa 

Taa Ordan. Uaorge 

Ward.JaabaaTlianaM»n .. 

Wabbtr. GeoTKa 

WalU Harw« Tajrl^ 

WeaMla, Artbar L«»vU . . . . 
Wblla.WUllanRa«arn ... 

Wmian*, Hilary 

TaraaU, Harr>' Bnria .... 



South Carolina Kept. CI 

lCar>Und Hapt.t,l 

MIoDcaoU 8n>tt,l 

Illioolii May 19. 1 

Gaorgia Hapt. I. 

Kabranka SeptCliW 

lawa Mapt.t.l«l 

Iflaalaaippi llayl«.l«8 

VlrflAla lfayl«.l«9 

Wtacooaln flapt. CIM9 

Mlcbigan MaylCIMt 

Trxaa May It. liM 

Arkinms SaptCttti 

Miaioiirl Hapl CIM^I 

Iowa May If, 

Ariiona K«pt.i.li 

laiUana Hrptfl. U 

Iowa SeptCU 



ablp* 



a 
9 



* 
2 



% 



FOURTH CLASS. 



29 



yaval Cadets of the Fourth Class— 83 members. 



XuBe. 



Abele, Clarence Arthur 

A pplewhite, Seott Carter . 

Arnold, Williain Wood 

Babcock, John Franklin 

Ball. Wflliam Gasthi 

Bissell, Hrary Harrison 

Bonnaffon, Sylvester 

Boone, Charles 

Briggs« Wilbar Gerheart 

BrJf^. Zono Ererett 

Brockway. Bei^amin Little... 

Brown, George, jr 

Brown, Joaephoa Jarvls 

Brown, Horris Hamilton 

Bynnm, Dixson Hiiida 

Caffery. John Murphy 

Constien, Edward Theodore . . 

Gotten, Lj-man Atkinson 

Cronan, William Pigott 

Dinger, Henry Charles 

Dnrham, Kaymond Ewing 

Efsbein, Arthur 

Elson, Herman Jacob 

England, William Herbert. . . 

Evans, Franck Taylor 

Faller, Guy William 

Farrin, Thomas Beqjaniin, Jr . 

Field, Francis Louie 

Fox, Lynn Herbert 

Gilmer. James Blair 

Gleoaon, Henry Miller 

Graham, John Sisson 

Halligan, John, Jr 

Hand, Jamea Alexander, Jr... 

fianrahau, David Carliale 

Hord, Oliver Saunders 

Hunter, Charles Milton 

Huntington, Arthur Franklin 

JelTries. James Gordon , 

Johnson, Thomas Lee 

Kreas, James Chatham 

Lehfeldt, Henry August 

Loye^ James Monroe, Jr 

McCarty, Sterling Hicks 

Mclntyre, Edward William. . 

Hacy, Ulysses Samuel 

Madison, Zacbariah Harvey. . 

Mannix, Daniel Pratt 

Marble, Ralph Norris, Jr 

Mitchell, Alexander Neely . . . . 



State fW>m which 
appointed. 



Pate of 
admission. 



I 
, Age at date' Sea service 
I uf ndmis* , in practice 
; sion. ships. 



Maaaachusetts 

Indiana 

Kew Jeraey 

KewTork 

Ohio 

KewTork 

Pennsylvania 

Ohio 

New York 

Kebraaka 

South Carolina 

At large 

Illinois 

Indiana 

Indiana 

Louisiana 

Pennsylvania 

North Carolina . . . . 

Connecticut 

Wiaconsln 

At large 

New York 

Miaaisaippi 

Arkanaaa 

At large 

Wisconsin 

Hlinois 

Indiana 

Wisconsin 

Virginia 

Kansas 

Colorado 

Masaaohnaetts 

South Dakota 

Wisconsin 

Kentucky 

Ohio 

New York 

Arkansaa 

Kansas 

Pennsylvania 

Wisconsin 

Virginia 

Miasouri 

California 

Miasouri 

Dllnols 

Ohio 

Minnesota 

Ohio 



Sept 0, 


1894 


May 19, 


1894 


May 19, 


1804 


Sept. 22, 


1894 


Sept 22, 


1894 


Sept C, 


1894 


Sept 6, 


1804 


Sept 6, 


1894 


Sept 6, 


1894 


Sept 22, 


1894 


Sept 6. 


1893 


Sept 6, 


1893 


Sept 0, 


1894 


May 19, 


1894 


May 19. 


1804 


Sept 6, 


1804 


May 19, 


1894 


Sept 0, 


1804 


Sept 0, 


1894 


May 19, 


1884 


Sept 22, 


1804 


May 19, 


1804 


May 19. 


1804 


Sept 6, 


1804 


Sept 6, 


1804 


May 19, 


1804 


Sept 22, 


1804 


Sept 22, 


1804 


Sept 6, 


1804 


May 19, 


1804 


Sept 0, 


1804 


May 19, 


1804 


Sept 6, 


1804 


Sept. 6, 


1894 


May 19. 


1804 


May 19, 


1804 


May 19, 


1804 


Sept 12, 


1804 


Sept 6, 


1894 


May 19. 


1804 


Sept 6, 


1894 


May 19, 


1894 


Sept 6, 


1804 


Sept 0, 


1804 


Sept 6, 


1804 


Sept 6, 


1804 


Sept 0, 


1894 


Sept e, 


1894 


May 19, 


1894 


Sept e,: 


1894 



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FOURTH CLASS. 



Saval Cad$U of ike Fourth Cln$9-^.1 mnNftcrf— Continoed. 



Kune. 



SUte from which 
Appointed. 



MlmiMloii. 






in 



Moore. W iUiam A ngmitiifl . . 

HiirrlA, Beunto 

KeUoD, Charlton Preeton 

PrtcraoOf Boectie Lloyd 

IVttriigill. George Tilfortl . . . 

Finney, Fnnk Luriun 

Pume, H<*nr>* Afthby 

Belfnnlder, John 

Roprr. Walter f lordon 

KiitlodRe,raririyil<« 

SnylemWUlUm lUndallJr .. 

KrboBeld. John A Dileraan 

ShiUie, Looi« 

Shay, L4iui« Berry 

Kborkley. AnKiiKtiia Wro;eu 

Small, Jeaae McLean 

Smith. Georgo Leonard . . . . 
St«»giMlin, Janm KUc r>- — 

Sweet. (George dmik. 

Tard> . Walter Ileqjaniln . 
Tarrant, William Th('<Nlon> . 
Taylor. Hugh Kirkjuitrick .. 

Thtirpe, (ieorie** C> nw 

Tolti'nhsm.John William ... 
Turner. Lanrin Hamilton . . . 
Watta. William C'arleton. . . . 

Webber, rliarles II 

W<^1U. wmiam Ben«'A«-l . . 
Wilcos. Latlu'T Thama* — 

W illiam*. Henr> 

Williama. Yemey Sttlli%'4n 

WiMida. Kdwanl 

WriKlit. Ilrnry Tiit« iler 



.1 



South Carolina .. Sept 32,1 AM 

Virginia Mar. i^lSM 

MaaaachuaetU . . . May IB. IflM 

Michigan June 1,18M 

Idahirat large ... Sept.»,l»4 

ronnccticiit | 8ept «,im4 

Georgia Sept «.IR»I 

Ohio ' Sept t»,l»4 

(;eorgia Sept22. IHM 

Ohio JMaylO^IAM 

Rhode Inland Sept. 39. Ii4»4 

Miwauiiri Sept fl. 18»4 

Nebraska Sept t,\mi 

New York Sept, «. IMtM 

KaniuM .* May 12, IKM 

Kentucky Sept 1^ lf«4 

New Hnrapahire Sept «. IMH 

Indiana Sept22,lllM 

New Yurk Sept32.1HM 

ArkauMM May lO.IUM 

Tcvan Sept «. I»4 

Ohio SeptSS,]t»« 

MinneHoti May 19. 1894 

Tcxa« S«»pt C 1194 

Illlnoin Sept «. 1|I1H 

Pcnti0> Irania Sept 23, 1894 

Michigan May 19, 1894 

Iowa May 10. Il»4 

lUinoli* May 19.1894' 

Mnr>land Sept. 6.1894 

SMithrttndina. . Sept «. 1894 

Mai«iuichiiiM>tt«. .. May 19. 1K94 

AliilNiina Srpt «,1N»4 



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1 } inl i \xmm .... 

K«*<i rl li < 'la«* 

rt»lal 



RELATIVE STANDING OF NAVAL CADETS FOR 1893-'94. 



Classen of the Naral Cadets at the VniUd States Naval Academy, at the close of the 
Academic Year 1893-94 ; with the relative standing of the members in each class, as 
determined at the Annual Examination, June, 1894, 



P Physically disqualified for thenaral service, 
• Received 85 per cent of the multiple, 

t Found deficient, allowed a reexamination, poAsed, and continued with class, 
t Found deficient, allowed a reexamination, again deficient, and recommended to be 

dropped, 
$ Found deficient, and recommended to be dropped, 
5[ lieiained in next lotver class. 
a Absent from examinatioH, 
b Deficient, 
d Dismissed, 

e Selected for Engineer Division, 
I Honorably discharged at end of four years^ course, 
r Resigned. 
8 Sick, continued with next lower class, 

31 



32 



RELATIVE STANDING 



Relatirt Standing of iht Naral Cadets of the Firmt CUm- 



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Babin. ProroMt , 

Baasett, Bnieat Liawood 

Bookwalter. fhark^s Snnner 

Bolmer, Roaeoft Cariyle 

Chorehfl]. Wiastoo 

rax, BaaNl Har«ate 

Ettf land, CUrence 

FiiUiBwid«r, Simon Peter . . . 

Galbraith. Gilbtrt Hmlth 

GiJm. George Eaii 

aiiUa, Irrte Yaa flordar 

(Srabaa, SicplM^ VIctnr 

JoQc«, Lewis Rartoo 

Karaaaf h. Art bur Glynn . . . 

Luby. Jobn HcClane 

If rLeaa* Ridler 

MrNaely, Robert Wbltehead 

ICaaioB, Waiter James 

Oaborn, Robt^rt Hatlleld... . 

Babart, WtlUam Pterre 

Roberta, Tbomaa GaJnen , . . 

Haadot. Frits Louie 

Mroit, WUliamPift 

!leilrra« David Foot* 

Hbaw, MijTille Jaarii 

Hanw« Carltoa Fanrell .... 



State from wblcb appointed. ,a„t..,^ 



, George Loriag Porter 



Tompklm^ Jobn 
Tarpia Walter iMov 
W tba lar, C 



WMltnd. WBUam 8c«tt 



PenneylraBla.. 

New York 

Maaaacbnaette. 

Illtaoia 

Nerada 

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New York 

Arkansaa 

Mlaaoari 

Penney Ivaaia. . 

New Tork 

New York 

Michigan 

New York... 

Nebraska 

Texaa 

Tenneeeee 

North Carolina 

Louisiana 

New York 

Mieaiaeippl . . . 

Alabama 

Loniaiaaa 

Penne>lTanlji.. 
New Ifemco.. . 

Mlnaeiiou — 
MaIm 

Penney Iran la. . 

Georgia 

Alabama 

Loniiiiana — 

Mars'land 

Maeearbimi'lU 
North Camliaa 



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10 





FIRST CLASS. 



33 



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in practice 

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37 



Class — 40 memhtTB — Antiual Examination^ June, 1894. 



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Blana.v. Kdw ill ( *liaoo(-o> 

Brooson..Aniiiii. jr 

IlrTsnt . John Jiiy. jr 

Ihirt» Charles Perry 

(^avlleman. KrnnriU <;allrber. 

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KlIU. Mark SaJiit Clair 

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llaamatHit. (tr4iri;f>*Ia«oli . .. 
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IIoUl«'U. JooJia Ilanuthal 

.It «ao|i, Karl Terr %- 

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THIBD CLASS. 



39 



C't'tss — ol members — Annual Kxaminationf June, 1SP4. 



A fie At <late of 
ailmUMion. 

1 








Order of merit in— 










1 


1 






• 

a 














:3 > 






cS 


















p 


3 










' 




• 




9 

;5 








• 

■*» 








« 

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1 


1 

s 


s 
.a 

90 

s 

a 

73 


• 

a- 


• 

9 


■ 

•c 

« 

s 

V 

r3 

e 


3 

1 

c 
e 


8 I 1 


O tt « 

gss 


s 

•mm 

X 

>i 

mm 


1 

to 

a 


B 

2 1 


8 
V 

•pm 


1 


o 


^ ! a 


H 


0^ 


9 


&«4 S 


P 


& 


^ 


1 — 

; 19 ; 10 


1 
5 


4 


5 ' 16 


27 


105 


8 


18 8 


45 


35 


27 


36 44 


34 


112 


39 


16 


25 


38 


46 


38 


50 


51 


259 


43 


IG 5 


50 


51 


47 


51 


41 


47 ' 

1 


241 


5r 


17 2 


33 


35 


42 


25 


26 


27 


95 


34 


IG 5 


40 


5 


33 


22 


20 


46 


234 


33 


' 17 4 


13 


9 


3 


13 


35 


21 , 


86 


U 


17 10 


41 


48 


sr. 


18 49 


42 


182 


t 


' 10 2 


6 


16 


13 


14 1 3 


10 ' 


79 


7 


17 , C 


37 


45 


45 


46 47 


34 


130 


42 


18 3 


28 


43 


29 


43 24 


38 


148 


37 


18 


47 


23 


30 


40 . 51 


36 


151 


41 


17 3 


46 


38 


37 


47 45 


5(1 


245 


44 


18 4 


3 


13 


9 


9 9 


33 


09 


5 


1 19 3 


23 


14 


•^-i 

oU 


10 28 


31 


87 


23 


17 


11 


18 


22 


18 


24 14 


9 


40 


18 


19 ! 9 


20 


19 


51 


1 8 


17 


77 


12 


18 11 


41 


37 


32 


37 31 


22 


83 


36 


16 8 


37 


38 


38 


31 


32 


49 


223 


40 


19 1 


9 


7 


11 


20 


2 


1 


38 


4 


19 


35 


23 


22 


23 


40 


11 


74 


32 


18 ; 2 


4 


J2 


28 


44 


27 


6 


36 


13 


19 


10 


8 


7 


12 


14 33 


23 


90 


10 


17 


6 


25 


30 


17 


28 15 


14 


79 


24 


18 ' 7 


14 


23 


26 


10 16 


26 


136 


16 


15 2 


27 


29 


33 


42 ' 10 


8 


52 


25 


16 6 


10 


2 


7 


3 5 


17* 


83 


I 2 


16 9 


6 


6 


2 


8 ' 33 


23 ' 


103 


9 


18 9 


48 • 


34 


31 


44 5 


43 


183 


t 


16 3 


41 


. 47 


48 


49 40 


47 


228 


§r 


16 3 


23 


33 


19 


28 23 


4 


38 


22 


17 1 


34 


42 


40 


21 22 


2 


40 


28 


19 11 


41 


27 


22 


33 


24 


27 


103 


31 


18 5 


28 


18 


41 


31 1 20 


14 


88 


27 


17 7 


17 


15 


5 


6 36 


32 


96 


• 15 


18 7 


36 


31 


44 


34 1 


44 


210 


29 


19-7 


22 


44 


8 


10 , 5 


6 


63 


14 


18 11 


10 


3 


6 


2 13 

1 


11 


73 


3 


10 4 


16 


38 


33 


27 


43 


40 


165 


35 


17 2 


30 


21 


16 


12 ' 19 


23 


120 


20 


17 5 


1 


1 


1 


4 4 


5 


52 


♦1 


lo 


4 


37 


32 


20 


' 17 


29 


37 


173 


30 



40 



RELATIVE STANDINU- 



lUlaiirf Siafniiug of Ikr Xatal iadrU of tkt f*% i 



•I 

e 



a 

9 

e 

I 

19 
f 
• 

U 
17 
\r 
26 
2t 



NaOMa 



SUte trom « birb ftppoloU^I 



Iftf <t 



T«nMlg. Paul K«l ward At Urgr 

ToBer. < 'liwlt<« Maxnoii NVw York 

Volkmar, Waller Sr btivlrr IVnna> IranUi 

Walker, Ral|th Knr lodlaoa 

Wa«binft4«. Pdpe Nortb Carolma 

Wetlmxrl. Ivan C> riu (ViUirado 

W|lr>. WaJirr Aquila ' Ohio 

Wood. Diioran Mabon lUbaina 

WarUbaugh. iHimrl Wtllirri Teian 



Sept € l»#; 
SrpI It t**: 
SrpL 4. l-Jf 
May SO. 1««. 
Srpt. 7 !•' 

Ma% SO. l-#. 



cfti l>lr<l Jiil> Xi, IHM. at tl»r natjr yard Np« \ • 't 



THTRD CLASS. 



41 



Cla$9 — 51 members — Annual Examination, June, 1804 — Oon tinned. 



A$re at dato of 
adniiaaion. 



Order of merit in— 



O 
?5 



1' 1 


9 


32 


16 


2 


12 


18 1 

» 


3 


49 


15 . 


8 


o ' 


19 ; 


11 


31 


16 


3 


21 . 


19 1 


10 


51 


15 


11 


19 


19 

1 


3 


15 




while attached to the U. S. prantioe-ehip lianero/t. 



42 



RELATIVE STANOING — 



Rtlaiire Statiding of the \aral Cadet* of iht F»purf 



X 
E 

s 

a 

s 






Kjinie. 



I State frutn wlilrb appointMl. 






4n 

31 

J 
$ 
I 



i*:s 



24 
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II 
13 
44 

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M 

r 

41» 

r. 

5- 
If 
3. 

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i; 
t 






F 

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ri 

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A nilliti;. ShrMod Wi*bb 

.\M4*rNOD. WiUUm t'lirintiiin 

IlaKb,\ . )&»lK*rt <*olfniJUi 

n<»\ a. l»a^ ill Kn'iH h. Jr 

Itrnrkwny. IU>to>>mm LUtlo 

Mri>w D, U««irK(*. jr 

Dnaot, Sumn«'l WomU 

( ■lia'M\ 4 • illMTt 

i 'olliii*. Ilffirj- Lafaycltr 

l»j> . John Arthur 

|l«Bo«r, irillt«M (iMUCll 

IhiiMuii, (>M ar l>il>lil« 

K^U'Tl. Enu •! Krwlcrn k 

KalMin«>r Wiiltrr M.n\«cM 

I ; il^n Wliliaiii rinkury ! 

(jnu'tiif, Jt»*riih Wright 

(inilijiii AiMln^w Tbiiin4« 

ilrwo. tlnint 

lUn. TtM»uiaji('bflrb*A 

IlriMli-rfMin ItolHTt Williniti 

Rr|ibani« Arlharia^y 

Ilrnidon. II«'iiry KaMnontl 

llilli-ar\ .lobu Fram-ii* 

Uitbttaii Frrtlt ric lUlpb 

n««|>m. KilManl Iriiubb* 

llcHi«fi«ti \i(iurStaart 

»T<ft»rB Willuni Nil b(»liuiu . 

•I* u*«tu III nry S'uniuu 

•loiic* N««iliiAta I iM« 

Kjui/ Au*ltu 

K«-«tiiii Krii4 «t ('lintnn 

K*tii|>tl. t Li I « Hrr >H |li^ 

(^riili«» Ir« III t milk lin 

I«.4ti\ \N illiaitt l»jirii> i 

Infill* 1 ri ««>r N^ ilhjiit 

M«<iril.\ Al'nrl U»i.r\ 

MrI>«Mi«.iI ItiMi^! 14 t'i*»» It 

il iK.w. M W III* 

\l« M tl*i n Stjtil* \ lli«i.iij* 

\Iifc'll H,Qi.,«) (|i4,r.'«- ir 

\fi'ifh\ I>jit.i*'! <'illn Jiti 

\I»\M H« ur^ WiMi 

\liiUf 4't rii« I:<«l»tu»Mti 



MUMiiiMlppI Ma^ 

Xew York Srpt. 

Miiwoari Sr|*i 

AlalMuua Mii> 

Stttitb Carulina Srpt. 

Atlarce S««pt. 

rponiiyhaiila Mji% 

Vlrjjiiii* svpl. 

PciitKi) Irania Srpi. 

Xr« York \[m% 

(iet>rKia s«pc 

Alubnma Si*pi. 

Michigan ^sfpt 

( )h li> '^pl. 

Toxaa \U% 

IVtiti«> Ivniiia *v«pi 

IlliiioU Srpt 

Mirblt;an Ma% 

Mirhipin Ma> 

Ohio >«»pt 

IVii nay Iran ia >rpt 

Tf\a» M%\ 

Mnn-land S*pt 

l"wa Mav 

rrtinii>lvaiila S»p| 

S«iotb Dakota Sr|»i 

AHarjr Ma\ 

\Vt»r«tii«lii S#pt 

Mi«(<iH«iirpi r^pt. 

W'j<*)ilti;:t<i|} \lav 

N« « Y«irk S*|i€ 

Cjiiforiiu Mat 

K^iiiiaa Sept. 

*>ViM-nui»iti May 

A»larjr«» May 

low. I SvpC 

('.ilifiirma Ma; 

lVtiti*\hania Mai 

Itii!i.itia May 

Narib l^^kxla ... Ma% 

Ml-filLMII .. **pl 

\ ir^lnu .... Mat 

( ahfunita ?w^ 






I 
1 

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19 

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FOURTH CLASS. 



43 



Clafi9 — 77 members — Annual Examination ^ June^ 1894, 



Ago at clatr of 
admission. 




Ordor of merit in— 














1 

a 














:S 
















g 














\ * 












• 

a 
8 


1 o 

i i 1 




• 


• 

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ki 
ii 

S 








JO 






1 






•a 


"O 


9 






a 






3 


a 
ce 


w 


• 

it 

a 




a 


• 

2 


■ 

1 

a 

3 


^•4 




•> 

£ 


u 

k 

B 





5h ?= 


< 


» ! ^ 
74 1 00 


29 


T', 


O 


19 G 


49 


41 


t 


18 


53 


47 :w 


57 


84 


43 


IG 11 


57 


18 8 


:i3 


39 


19 


10 8 


11 


14 i 29 


74 


283 


31 


l^^ 9 


(a) 


(a) ; (a) 


(a) 


28 


8 


IS 1 


(fl) 


(a) (a) 


(a) 


28 


t 


m 11 


09 


52 35 


01 


95 


\ 


10 11 


:{7 

r 


23 17 


4dm 


30 


23 


IG 9 


4 


37 32 


15 


07 


17 


17 8 


17 


42 j 5 


72 


201 


24 


IG 11 


1 


1 1 2 


1 





*l 


10 ! I 


29 


37 


02 


II 


40 


41 


17 ; 3 


1.1 


13 


18 


48 


30 


13 


17 1 8 


35 


34 42 


00 


101 


44 


18 i 1 


52 


r* 73 


8 


12 


\ 


18 , 


46 


6 14 


18 


28 


16 


19 


50 


60 02 


11 


12 


53 


19 1 


GO 


58 


50 


14 


4i 


\r 


15 1 11 

1 


40 


50 


39 


52 


50 


42 


10 ' r. 


53 


39 


57 


4U 


53 


48 


15 1 11 • 


1 


11 


6 


40 


04 


'3 


17 4 


25 





23 


49 


52 


15 


19 9 


37 


57 


54 


52 


59 


50 


19 2 


30 


10 


19 


33 


50 


18 


17 9 


2 


08 


45 


CTi 


142 


35 


t 17 2 


34 


44 


1 


10 


28 


9 


IC 1 


00 


44 


4 


07 


188 


\r 


17 . 7 


61 


47 


67 


14 


25 


57 


18 


9 


30 


9 


6 


20 


20 


8 


19 


« 




40 


12 


33 


70 


21 


17 8 


24 


29 


44 


26 


30 


r» 


18 11 . 


09 


56 


6> 


33 


.11 


t 


18 ' 2 


14 


28 


49 


49 


37 


32 


18 


57 


52 


54 


GO 


78 


55 


15 _ 7 


a 


a 


a 


a 


61 


Vr 


17 


H 


45 


55 


05 


:>c 


50 


56 


17 i 1 

1 


09 


73 


08 


04 


102 


^r 


18 , a 


33 


35 


50 


18 


45 


39 


19 n 


57 


63 


47 


20 


47 


51 


17 ' u 


00 


65 


45 


59 


78 


54 


19 8 


8 


5 ^ 10 


52 


61 


*• 

( 


10 7 


03 


o-> 


52 


73 


272 


GO 


18 


11 


14 


19 


10 


29 


5<J 


12 



44 



REIiATIVE STANDINO — 



lUlaikre Slattdiny of the Sara! Citdrla of fkr F^mrtk 



8 

3 

s 

S 

^> 

o 

u 



f 

2S 

7.7 

I 



•5 



•C 

10 
52 
M 
M 
11 

10 

• m 



52 



4« 



• 

II 

'y» 

49 

/ 

*< 
X 

9 

< 

« 

•4 



NaiiM. 



... I^t* o' 

Stftt«» fimm whlrli Ap|iolnlr4. MlHlsftiMii 



Mor«r» Julio W1m« MaMachniM'ttii 

Miiifln Orin (toiiM <Miio 

N«> lof . < "Imrlcwi Jarolt l*roiiaylv«niii 

<>Cl««bT. Rirlianl Jan«»«. jr At liirfp 

<>ver«tn>«-l I.uilier Martin • N^bnuk* 

Owen Alfrrtl <*ru«li> I>U(rirt ofColninUU. 

Owvo*. ( *biirlr<i Tnir«dalr retiii«> Ir<anu 

PaCllaou. l>iU> NrlaoQ Iowa 

PvrHII, ■•rtoa Putt IhiIiauji 

P««HI, J«iir^ Wriirlil ' Nrw York 

I'rBit. IVl«r Uo}4l Illiitoiii 

rrr«iM>> Alfn^I WArrro Nttbniikkii 

Itryoolils. WillUiu llprb«rt (HM>r|[iji 

ltichAnl«oti. I^itiU CUrk Soul li f'aroli nil 



HitrhW rurton ( hjirle. ... 
S«r(mt. I.<roaard Ituiullrct 
SrstiMi. Wrflton Rfwuell .. 
«(W«»M, rirlrWr |j«ar . 
Sltrlttiu. Natluiu JonUu 
>niiili Aniiiir St. rUir. jr 
'**>k«^. Ilutfrui itctax.jr 
1 Arrant. Willumi Thr«Mit>n 
141 W. Ilucli Kirk|Mtrirk 
Irrrj. Ju»i<|ili lHui«lriilj(t* 
Ihfflwro lNi«itlKli»i 
Vail Onii'O li*<«r,;r .. 
Wani JcMhua TlHiitia«c»ti 
\V«l*hrr. (•i«*ri2** 
Uffit* llura«r Ja\U>r 
Wr^^U Anh'ir l/r«u 
Whxtr W.ilum Ro«««ll 
U tiiian.* IIilir\ ... 
U illuuu*. Yiitt«t> MiHit m 
lanMll, Uuwj I rvia 



M«ryUn«I 

Miiinr«M>t« 

Illlnou 

(t«on;iii ■ . 
NVbnuikii . . . 

lown 

Ml<i«i**tppi . .. 

Tf\M 

(ilil 

VlrcinU 

w i»t-tiii«iu . . . 

Mu-lnsan . .. 

Krkitnaa* 
\l UMfurl 

Iii«« 

Aritona .. .. 
lti«hau« .. 
Sitiiih i aruUtidi 



Sr|»l « 


Uil 


Mrpl. « 


U«i 


Srttt 4 


!»■; 


Ma; t» 


la*. 


?vpt. «. 


i««i 


S«pt. •. 


ten 


ii*p% • 


14>1 


s««pi. e 


IMJ 


*l*I»t. • 


1»IJ 


Mar ir 


1491 


M»> 1* 


\^' 


May 19. 


!•«; 


Srpt. «. 


l«i» 


SrpI C 


!«• 


Srpf. i 


1*4 


Sept. • 


1^ 


Ma« I* 


l-*J 


^pt 4. 


l««l 


S«pt. «. 


ins: 


•^pt. «. 


I4P' 


M«« 1*. 


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I-P1 


Scpl t 


l«i 


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l«j. 


SrpI < 


IH91 


Ma> 19 


l«tJ 


M4> 19. 


\$m 


Srpt • 


imi 


srpi • 


|iCft« 


Ma> 19. 


litti 


NT pi 4 


itfan 


-««pl c 


)«i 


<««pt 4 


i«i 


.^pt 4 


t«i 



FOURTH CLASS. 



45 



Cla8$ — 77 members — Annual Examination, Jane, 1894 — Continued. 



Age at date of 


admisaioD. 


1 

i 

1 
1 

1 


1 

1 

1 


« 


JS 


c 




ej 




O 


s 




««« 


> 


<i 


18 


3 1 


17 


4 


17 


11 


17 


7 : 


19 


10 ' 


18 


« 1 


15 


3 


17 


7 


18 


r 

9. 


IG 


3 


18 


5 


19 


11 


19 


4 


18 


10 


16 





17 


1 


16 


8 


17 


6 


19 


U 


19 


8 


16 


10 


15 


• 

1 


18 


6 


19 


3 


17 


10 


15 


1 


19 


5 


10 


4 


IG 


10 


19 


10 


17 


3 


18 


3 


17 


5 ' 


17 


10 



Order of merit in— 






65 
16 
55 
72 
12 
25 
36 
61 

3 

4 
25 
19 
25 
18 
41 
19 
37 

6 
62 
44 
60 
74 
73 
43 
10 
42 
47 
47 
55 
30 
21 
23 
68 

9 



1 




1 




tf, 


JS 


a 


and 


a 


mm 




« 




•M 


o 




» 


tfi 




a 


< 


» 



:{l 

Z2 
47 
68 
36 
23 
10 
71 

3 
•6 
23 
15 
10 
31 
33 

3 
30 

8 
70 
40 
4t 
51 
67 
27 
12 
61 
60 
42 
60 
54 
19 
20 
72 

2 



8 

g 

9 

i 

J3 
« 

*3 



a 



11 
42 
27 
31 
54 
19 
40 
70 
21 
26 
13 


28 
62 
34 
25 
48 

3 

32 
59 
38 

71 
23 
36 
52 
60 
41 
69 
58 
14 
36 
71 
21 









40 

7 
22 
29 

4 
40 
02 
51 
22 

3 

69 
13 
33 
45 
26 
45 
33 
• 4 
57 
20 
63 
40 
14 

8 
22 
69 

2 
29 
11 
71 
68 
33 
52 

6 



•c 

« 

a 






10 
10 
60 
37 
12 
56 
64 
48 
31 
16 

211 
27 
60 
19 
61 
51 
46 
16 
81 
27 

102 
41 
24 
27 
33 

173 
20 
32 
15 

225 

185 
47 
34 
12 



S 

a 
a 



it 



t 

23 
37 

:r 

30 

20 

35 

f 



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*6 
28 
10 
22 
38 
34 
II 
40 
*2 
52 
46 
47 

^r 
27 
14 
59 
49 
45 

§r 
57 
26 
29 

kr 
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APPOINTMENTS, DISCHARCJES, RESIGNATION'S, DISMISSAL^ 

(H:lolH'r VI, tsO,\, to October 4^ 1S94, 



* 



• 



• 



Al'ltUMKh KNsii;ns .mi.y I. 1K!*I. 

Nnvfll Cadet (*aiii|>ho11. JoiM'ph Kamlt'lpli ('U«««if 1« 

Na%'al (*iicU't I>ay,Uoorgo Calvin <'l.i%* .if ;* 

Ktival Cudet KvauH, Holdcii A Cla^ •»! i * 

Naval t'a4li't McNaiiice. Lake ( l.i«k« of 1- 

Na\ al Cadr t Saw vor. Fre«U»rirk Lr wis iUn^* «»f J » • 

Naval ('a«U«t Huhj^ov, Cbarlea Linrolii < Iua^ of I* - 

Naval i 'nd«*t IUak«'ly. Juliii Kiish4*11 Voiiii^ ( *lni^ of : •" 

Naval Cadit .Ie^%tll, Cbarloj* Theoflon* ('!»«• of !*>», 

Naval Cadi'l l)aviw)u, <»n»Kciry ('aid well C •!»•*• wf l*f» 

Na%*al Cadet Tliomn»on, L<Hm Soyinoiir flai»» of 1*» 

Naval Cadet Traut, riediTick AiijrustiM Cla«»<if !•• • 

Naval Cadet Hiiie^ .htbii Foro i 1 1*« nf i«* 

Naval CjMlet I'ayiio, Fred ItiMiiiHville t Ia^« ^\{ \* 

Naval Cadet SyiiiiiiKtun, Powers C\a^>* **i >. . 

Naval Cablet Stilling. Yaten^jr C1ji.«*% »if :* . 

Naval Cablet Malli^uti, (Jeorjre C1.»«m* i»f I* •, 

Naval Cadt t rrtiiclo. Joel INdiert rniiinett (M.i*^ «»f > . 

Naval Cadet MeCoriui«'k. Il4*njaiiitii Iteniartl Cl i«o* of '.^ . 

Ai-foivn:!* AH'^iHiAxr kncjinki »•» Ji i.v 1, |k5»4. 

N.i\ al I .u\e\ I'orier. J«diu Mii«lei«ii i Ki*% *»i i •^ . 

Na\ alt adet Crank, UolM-rt Kylu t *!»«•« of i * •, 

Na\al Cadet MtnM'**. Stantonl Klwoml ( 1 1»* «.f .*«• 

Naval Cadet Ilanbronek. I{a\ immd De Kaney <'l.i«%ot 2* , 

Ari'oIMIJt A^-'I'^rANI \A\ \l C ONHilii CH»|{H .11 LV 1, l**"»l 

Naval Caib t Uueret, John l)on;;an Cl.i*» mI !•• . 

Naval 4'.idft M« Honald. .Io««e|di K/ekiel ( l.««»* «»f » *■ . 

Na\al C.idt t Fetjcn'^n. Hotuor L«*tioir Claw oi |«-'. 

Ant»INf»I» •»»< o\|» I.IKI irN\NTH I. V MAiltNK « tHtl>. Il'I Y 1. 1*^M 

N iv.d t .itlet lM%«M>ti. \\ liliaui Chaileti \ X.tmm ..f |* v 

Na\a*I Ctdt-t L«i\«/rh(^ort« Henry Cla** of . ^ , 

Na\ ilC.tdfl K.il), \\a:t«r C!.»*« ot . • . 

\.i\.il i :\*U'i l».i\ !•%, A«i*tin Korkwell C Iojm of !• , 

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Nav,*! <*ji!«l Mat V tin. rtiarb •« Crann* CU*i4 of 1* • 

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APPOINTMENTS, DISCHARGES, RESIGNATIONS, DISMISSALS. 47 

JIOXOUAHLV niSCH.VUGKD JUNK 30, 1894. 

Cadet (iambh', Aaron L Class of 1892 

Cadet Mather, GfOrfCP H Class of 1892 

Cadet Stitt, Thomas L Class of 1892 

Cadet Myers, Johu T Class of 1892 

Cadet Kellogg, Edward S Class of 1892 

Cadet Allen, David V ' Class of 1892 

RESIGNED. 

Cadet Shea, Patrick F., third cla.^8 Oct. 10, 1893 

Cadet Enbody, Jo.siah W., fourth class Jan. 27, 1894 

Cadet Martin, Nathaniel M., second class Feb. 1, 1894 

Cadet Mitchell, Mason E. , third class Feb. (», 1894 

Cadet Hunter, Charles M., fourth class Feb. 5, 1894 

Cadet Tottenham, .losiah W., fourth class Feb. G, 1894 

Cadet Buford, Charles S., fourth class Feb. 7, 1894 

Cadet Eskridge, Oliver 8., fourth class Feb. 7, 1894 

Cadet Hold, Oliver S., fourth class Feb. 7, 1894 

Cadet Peters, Francis M., fourth class Feb. 7, 1894 

Cadet Robinson, William A., fourth class Feb. 7, 1894 

Cadet Tonkin, John B., fourth class Feb. 7, 1894 

Cadet Wells, William B., fourth class Feb. 7,1894 

Cadet Woods, Edwanl, second class Feb. 7, 1894 

Cadet Morris, Bennie, fourth class Feb. 7, 1894 

Cadet AVatson, Henry W., fourth class Feb. 7, 1894 

Ciulet Rutledge, Carl Clyde, fourth class Mar. 27, 1894 

Cadet Buttrick, James T., fourth class April 4, 1891 

Cadet Kress, James C, fourth class May 18, 1894 

Cadet Bryant, John Jay, third class Juno 13,1894 

Cadet Love, James M., jr., third class Juno 13,1894 

Cadet Wiley, Walter A., third class Juno 13, 1894 

Cadet Tarrant, William T., fourth class Juno 14, 1891 

Cadet Taylor, Hugh K., fourth class Juno 14, 1894 

Cadet Williams, Yancey 8., fourth class Juno 1 J, 1894 

Cadet McDougal, Douglas C, fourth c hiss June l(i, 189-4 

Cadet Leutze, Trevor W., fourth class Sept. 10, 1894 

Cadet Oglesby, Richard J., jr., fourth cU^Js Oct. 1, 1894 

Cadet Jeffers, W^illiam N., fourth class ( >ct. 3, 1894 

Cadet AVilliams, Harry C, second class Oct. 3, 1891 

Cadet Green, Grant, fourth class Oct. 3, 1894 

Cadet Falk, Julius P., fourth class Oct. 3,1894 

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NavalCadet Olsen. Mack H., third class : Mar. 10,1894 

Naval Cadet Spitzer, Max, third class Mar. 10, 1894 

I>E.\T1IS. 

Naval Cadet Taussig. Paul E., second class July 23, 1894 



MERIT-IIOI.I^S FOK lrt03-*04. 



Mrril rolUf made oni annual I if for each c/hm, ahotc ike jtro/icitnty of the cadtt9 tm rm k 
branrk of alndif. The nnmbert ffiren in the tahUf pa^e SS, gkawiny the rrtalirr m^eisikt *i 
Ike dijferent bramcke$t are used 09 rofficient$ ; the final mark in each branrk (om m tn' 
of 4) beintf mnUiplied bg the number ateigned to tkat branek. Tkt unin <{f Ike prodm* '• 
ftf'ter adding tke mnltiple^for di»eipHne, ie ike final mark of ike eadet for Ike pemr. 

In tke ca^e of eadeta Ikat lake an adranred conrar in ang brauek, Ike final wtari »■ ri .* 
branch j« determined bg adding to Ike final mark reveired in tke required court* owe Hf* 
of Ike amount bg wkirk tke final mark in Ike adranced courae erceede S,nO. 

in Ike graduating merit rolt, tke final §tanding for Ike eouree ie determimd bg tkr •mm 
of Ike gearig marke, 

** Cadetn vko attain SB per cent of tke multiple in ang gear akall be ditiinguimhrd bg « 
elarajfiied to their namee on the merit roth.** (lirgnlatione V, S, Xaral Jrademg, f / *; 

The diplomat of eadrt§ trhoee final markt on the graduating merit roll are not le»9 tiam 
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/• PhgBii'allg di»qualified for the naral serrirr. 

* ilrveired *s.'t per cent of the multiple, 

t Found defit^ent, allowed a refjamination, pa^ed^ and rou tinned with cImm. 

: Fouud drfivieni, allowed a refsaminaliou, again Hefieient, and rerommended tv be 

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Henry H.Ward 

Jo«eph A . Perry 

Eti^rno L. BisM*t 

Walter S. Croaley 

Cbarlm J. Lang 

EdwaniH. Campbell... 

L«>nia J. Magill 

Thoman D. Parker 

Duvid M. B««rTy 

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John S IXMldrid)^ 

Heorv A. Pearnon 

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Peny N Olmiited 

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Peter C. HainR, jr • . . 

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Frank B. Upliam 

John L. Sii.hl 

John P J.Ryan 

John R. Miirrm 

rhrater WrlU 

UfraM L HoUiiifiT 

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MERIT-ROLL CLASS APPOINTED IN 1890. 



55 



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Henry T. Baker 

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588.14 
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56 



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MERIT-ROLL — SECOND CLASS. 



59 



Merit -roil of tUr Xarul i\idft>* of the Second Clans — /'»' memhrrn — Anutial Kxnm'tnntio'nf 

June, 1SU4. 



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12 


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12 


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40 


12 


12 


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32!^ 


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Staaii F. Nniith 


10. do 


10.44 


29.12 


10.59 


43.68 


35. 90 


10.83 


11.07 


43. 92 


206 20 


•2 


, William «. (iro^Rberk 


10.41 


9.45 


28. 16 


9.51 


43. 20 


'X\, 50 


10. .VI 


10.95 


39.48 


195. 19 


3 


Frank H. nnimbv.... 

1 • 


9.42 


9.87 


23. 92 


9.60 


41. IG 


31 20 


10.11 


9. 33 


43. 56 


188 17 


4 


1 Frank P. Baldwin 


10. 32 


9.96 


27. 52 


10. 50 


.3.3.2; 


34. on 


9. 27 


10. 95 


41.76 


187..'i2 


fh 


ThomafiM. Dick 


9.54 


9.21 


27.04 


10.50 


30. :'G 


30. 20 


9. 51 


10.20 


43 32 


185 88 


<>G 


Charles K. Mallorj- . . . 


9.69 


8 94 


26.48 


9.93 


37. 44 


31.4) 


8.82 


9.93 


41.52 


184. 15 


7 


HarrifiLaninff 


10.32 


8.91 


26.24 


10. 20 


35.04 


31. ::o 


8 64 


9 48 


43. 32 


183. 45 


A 


Philip M. Rannon 


9. CO 


8.61 


24 40 


10.71 


36.60 


20. no 


9. on 


9.84 


43.44 


182. 16 


9 


William R. Ciishnnan 


8.82 


8.49 


26.48 


10.14 


37.50 


29.10 


8.70 


10.77 


41.28 


181.43 


10 


Arthur T. Chrstor. . . . 


4^ 


8.61 


25.28 


9.60 


37.44 


28. 50 


7. h3 


11.04 


43. 20 


180.98 


<\\ 


Newton Mannfiohl 


96 


8.61 


26.72 


11.13 


31.0»< 


28. 50 


8.01 


11. .37 


43. 50 


179.84 


12 


William C DavidAon . 


9 .-.7 


8.58 


25.92 


11.04 


33. 72 


29. 20 


9.81 


9.00 


41..VJ 


179. 35 


13 


* Honry V. Uutler, Jr 


10.11 


8.43 


25. 60 


9.72 


34.32 


28.10 


8 40 


10.14 


43. 32 


178. 14 


f 14 


l>aniel M. Harrison . 


O.GO 


8.85 


24.64 


10.14 


33.72 


30. 20 


7.02 


10.77 


41.64 


177. 48 


J3 


Samuel C. Vental 


0.51 


9.:j6 


23. .">•_' 


10. 56 


34.60 


29.10 


9.00 


8.10 


42.72 


176. 76 


#•16 


Franklin D. Kam.s . 


9.4H 


9.18 


21. 70 


10.41 


32. 76 


29.00 


9.27 


10. 2:1 


42.48 


170.57 


17 


John Ik. Mona|[:han . . 


•). 1.-. 


8.94 


21.08 


9.99 


.34.56 


29. 20 


9.24 


8.58 


42.00 


17.5, 74 


lA 


WiUinmTl.Standley 


0.00 


8.13 


23. 92 


11.01 


33. 00 


20.70 


8.19 


9. .JO 


42.36 


17.K21 


10 


Albion J. Wndhams. 


0.33 


8.40 


25.28 


10. 77 


31.44 


28. 30 


8.43 


10.68 


41.76 


174. 39 


IHI 


Kenneth M. Itennctt.. 


9.09 


9.03 


23. 20 


9.60 


32. .'.2 


29.90 


w. 45 


8. A'. 


41.61 


173.28 


21 


Walter R. bora rdi .. 


10.02 


.S.73 


23.00 


9.21 


31.32 


26. 80 


10.(8 


10. 47 


42 60 


172.83 


22 


Jnmefl J. Raby 


8. .V> 


9.12 


21. 20 


10.86 


32. 10 


26.90 


9.72 


9.63 


44.28 


172. 39 


2:i 


Stanley P. IVnnctt . 


8.70 


8.2.-. 


22.64 


10.11 


33. 72 


26. 70 


9.(K) 


9.09 


42.48 


170. 69 


24 


1 JauH^s E. Walker 


9.81 


8.31 


2i.r6 


11.07 


30. 48 


28. 20 


9.51 


10.17 


31.68 


170.19 


2ri 


David W.lNMld 


9 84 


9.00 


22. W) 


10.08 


30. 84 


26.90 


10.26 


1.). 02 


39.96 


16D.79 


<26 


Charles n. Will ker . 


9.09 


8.10 


22.24 


11.19 


30.00 


25.00 


7.74 


10.38 


43. 32 


167. 06 


27 


Newt H. Hall 


8.31 


8.28 


22. 72 


8.94 


32.16 


27.20 


8.79 


8.64 


42.00 


107.04 


28 


John V. Klemniin 


0.27 


8. 2.-I 


21. 68 


9. 33 


31. 32 


27.00 


9.42 


9. 75 


40.32 


166. 34 


29 


Joaeph D. Sayer», jr . . 


8.31 


8.49 


21.28 


9. 72 


33. to 


20. iM) 


8. 58 


8.64 


42.00 


160. 32 


<"0 


Frederic N. Freeman. . 


8.07 


8.22 


24.08 


9.78 


30. 84 


25. 90 


M. 10 


9.33 


41. 16 


160.14 


31 


Orlo S. Knepper 


8.70 


8.34 


1 21.04 


9. 72 


31.32 


27.90 


H. .VJ 


8.70 


41.40 


165.64 


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Jamc!) P. Morton 


8.67 


8.73 


23. 02 


9. IM3 


33 m 


27. CO 


9.42 


9.93 


34.68 


165.61 


33 


RurnH Z. Johnston, jr 


8.82 


8.79 


22. 88 


9.8i 


:U). 36 


25. 40 


8.25 


9.78 


40. 2.» 


164.32 


34 


Kdward If. Watson. . . 


8.70 


8.04 


20.80 


10. 50 


30.12 


25. Gt) 


9.84 


9.12 


41.40 


164. 18 


35 


Walter B. Izard 


8.H5 


7.92 


20.08 


10.71 


::o. > 


2«). 24) 


8.34 


K. 88 


42. 36 


163. 34 


36 


.ToH. C. Breckinridge. 


8.04 


8. 7.3 


21.20 


9.99 


3.1. 12 


27. 00 


9. 72 


H. 10 


36. 9<1 


162.80 


37 


Worth Bagley 


8.61" 


8.04 


20, 96 


9.39 


31. OH 


2.-.. 20 


10.26 


8.94 


39. 72 


162.20 


\\» 


M. J. MeCormack 


7.62 


7.98 


20. 56 


9.78 


30. 48 


25,10 


8.28 


8. 55 


43. 44 


161.79 


t 31» 


Ernst F. Eckhardt 


7.1*3 


7.62 


20.80 


9.90 


31.44 


20. 40 


7.80 


10. 32 


35. 88 


161. 11 


40 


(!as8ins IS. Barnen 


8,07 


8. 5.-J 


22. HO 


9,7s 


32. 04 


27. 20 


8. 85 


9.(H) 


34. 44 


160. 73 


41 


(toorgo H. Mann 


8.10 


8.10 


21.20 


9.33 


32. 04 


26. 30 


9.21 


fi.'M 


35. 28 


157.96 


tA'2 


Kd\var«l If. Dunn 


8.49 


7.71 


20.48 


9.99 


30. tk> 


25. GO 


8. 'l^ 


7.08 


.38. 76 


l.'.7.89 


'\'A 


Dsirwin R. Mcrritt 


7. 1)8 


8.28 


21.36 


10.17 


30. GO 


26.30 


7.71 


H. 55 


36. 60 


157. 55 


^i\ 


John F. MarHhall, jr. . 


7.83 


7.68 


23. 44 


10. 47 


:.o. U6 


27. 20 


8. 25 


10. 05 


30. 48 


1.58.96 


'.'■ 


Harry C WilhamB 


8.28 


8.10 


21.28 


10.08 


2 ». 64 


25. 40 


9.21 


8 64 


39. 36 


160.11 


h 


Motohiko Takai^aki. . . 


7.77 


6.45 


15. 70 


10. 53 


10. GS 


14.60 


6. 1:0 


10.89 


41. 4U 


13« 



b Do.lciunt, eontimiiMl \vi;l; f'.i" elaaa. 



60 



MERIT-ROLL — ^THIRD CLASf^. 



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(MiarlesL. l^iiM*r 

Cfaarleii L. Poor 

JoDAM H. TloUlcn 

KalphKiirle 

lUlpb E. Walker 

Thurna* T. Craven 

Henry <). Biioiet 

( rate wood S. I«ino«*ln 

Andrew E. Kalbach 

Wat T. ('liivoriiK. Jr 

<*harleaE. Gilptn 

•liiniiKi H. Ji»tii'» 

U-lgh r. Palmrr 

(«Miri;e I. M idilleton 

Ilenrv S. Rii»)niII 

Ivan C. Wi»ttenK«»1 

KilwanlT. FiUgerald 

f'harlea M. Toter 

Frank E. Kldui'ly 

I>Hniet W. Wtirtabaugb . . . . 
Arthur MarArtliiir. jr.. jr. 

MatkSt r. Ellm 

rhnmaa A . Kraniey 

I>«dl««r W Knoi 

Diini'iii M Wood.., 

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61 



Merii'Toll of the Naval Cadets of the Third Class — ol members — Annual Examination , 

June, 1894 — Continued. 



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t WlUiam L. Littlefleld 24.90 

d.d. Paul E. TaasHig 28.20 

»l Robert P. P. Cooke I 25.50 

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§r John J. Br>-aDt, jr 20.8() 

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d. d. Died July 23, 1894, at the naTy-yard, New York, while attached to the U. S. practice-ship 
Baficroft, 



62 



MERIT-KOLL — FOrRTH CLASS. 



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MEKIT-ROLL — FOUBTH CLAS8. 



63 



Merit-roll of the Xacal Vadcta of the Fourth Class — 77 memhvrs — Annual Examination^ 

June, 2S94—Cout\uned. 






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Arthur St. C. Smitli, jr 

Eugene O. Sykos, jr 

Kobert TV, Hoijders:>n . 

Joshua T. AVard 

JohnF.IIilleary 

Stanley H. McMullt*n. . . 

Xathan J. Sholton 

Andrew T. ( jraham 

Samuel it. Magill, jr 

William D. Ix'aliy 

Albert H. McCarthy . . . . 

Arthur L. WciiwIh 

Uenry N. Jenson 

Goorgo Van Ordon 

Henry W. Maj'o 

John W. Morso 

William N.Jeffeni 

Samuel W. Bryant 

Richard J. Oglesby, jr. . 

G rant G roen 

Horace T. WellM 

Clarence 8. KomplT 

William P. Giles 

Sheldon W. Anding 

Dilly X. Patti«on 

Hugh K. Taylor 

Yancey S. Williams 

Douglas C. McDougal . . . 

William T. Tarrant 

Bei\)arain L. Brookway . 

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13.56 


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12.08 


53.53 


12. 85 


14.15 


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53.58 


13.05 


13.40 


13. 55 


12.28 


52.88 


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50.68 


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52.58 


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11.90 


12.70 


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12.75 


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50.99 


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13.80 





REGULATIOISrs 

GOVEKNINCS 

THE ADMISSION OF CANDIDATES INTO THE NAVAL ACADEMY 

AS CADETS, 



NOMINATION. 



I. The students at the Naval Academy shall bo styled naval cadets, — {Rev. StaL, 
^ 1513 y and aet of Congress approved August ,5, 18S2.) 

II. There shall be allowed at said Academy one naval cadet for every Member or 
Delegate of the House of Representatives, one for the District of Columbia, and ten 
at large. — {Her. StaL, ^ 1513, and act of Congress approved June 17, 1878,) I*rovxdedf 
however, That there shall not be at any time more in said Academy appointed at 
large than ten. — (Act of Congress approved August 5, 1882,) 

III. The conrse of naval cadets is six years. — {Rev, Stat,, ( 1520.) Four years at 
the Naval Academy and two years at sea, at the expiration of which time the cadet 
returns to the Academy for final graduation, and tbo district then becomes vacant. 

lY. Appointments to fill all vacancies that may occur during a year in the lower 
grades of the Line and Engineer Corps of the Navy and of the Marine Corps will 
be mode iVom the naval cadets, graduates of the year, at the conclusion of their six 
years' course, in the order of merit as determined by the Academic Board of the 
Naval Academy. At least fifteen appointments from such graduates will be made 
each year. Surplus graduates who do not receive such appointments wHl be giveil 
a certificate of graduation, an honorable discharge, and oue year's sea pay, as pro- 
vided for naval cadets. — {Act of Congress approved August 5, 1882,) 

y. ''The Secretary of the Navy shall, as soon after the fifth of March in each year 
as possible, notify, in writing, each Member and Delegate of the House of Repre* 
sentatives of any vacancy that may exist in his district. The nomination of a can- 
didate to fill said vacancy shall be made upon the recommendation of the Member 
or Delegate, if such recommendation is made by the first day of «)uly of that year; 
but if it is not made by that time the Secretary of the Navy shall fill the vacancy 
by appointment of an actual resident of the district in which the vacancy exists, 
who shall have been for at least two years immediately preceding the date of his 
appointment an actnal and bona fide resident of the district in which the vacancy 
exists and of the legal qualification under the law as now provided. The candidate 
allowed for the District of Columbia and all the candidates appointed at large shall 
be selected by the President. — {Rev. Stul., $ 1514.) 

VI. "Candidates allowed for Congressional districts, for Territories, and for the 
District of ColiHubia must be actual residents of the districts or Territ<ories, respeo^ 
lively, from which they are nominated. And all candidates must, at the time of their 
examination for admission, be between the ages of * fifteen and twenty years and physically 
sound, well-formed, and of robust constitution."— {Rev. Stat., J 1517.) 



* Act 2d March, 1689. 

65 

6644 N A 5 



66 ADMIftftlON OF CANDIDATES^ 

VII. CaudidateM who may W nominated in time to enable them to reach th«* A<'»! 
emy by tbo rift4'eDth of May will receive permission to present themiM*1r«-ft <mi th^t 
date to the Superintendent for exioninatiou for admission. Those who may o<*l f* 
nominated in time to present themselves at the May examination will br rxaarn.^-/. 
on the Omt of St^ptember follow in((. 

When either of the abo%'e dates shall fall on Sunday the candidates shall prpert.i 
themHolves on the Monday following. 

(Candidates will be reqnired to enter the Academy imme<Uately alter paising xtf 
pre«cribe<l examination. 

yo teart ofabtmc9 niti be granted to Cadet% of tkr/omrth cl^tM, 

RXAMINATION. 

VIII. **Atl randida n for admUniou into the Jcudemtf »haH he examined acrordinfi t* 
Mnck rrgnlationa and at »uck atated timea aa the Srrrelanf of the Xarff maif premrrike. # «• 
didatra rejected at §nrh eramination »kail not hare the pririlegr of another eiaminaiiam »»^ 
admi$aitm to the name claaa nnleaa reeommerded hjf the Board of Kxaminer:** — (Iker. >f«f 

IX. '* When any candidate who has been nominntM npon the recommendallon of s 
Member or Dclcyrate of the House of Keprescntativrs is found, npon exam inatitm. t* 
be physically or mentally dimiualilicd for admission, the Mcmlier or I>elo);ate sh» \ 
be notitiiMl t<i recommend another cnmlidnte, who shall l>e examined according to :^«> 
provialons of the preceding sect ion. "~(/frr. Stat., ^ 1M*1.) 

X. ('andiclatcs will l>e examimMl physically by a Iwurd comfMMie^l of tbrpo nMNli* &I 
offlcers of the Nav}* at the Naval Aca<lemy. Any one of the following eonditiou* 
will lie Muflicient to cause the rcji*ction of a cajididate, vis: 

Feeble const i tut inn, inherited or acquired; 

Retarded dcvelnpuicut; 

Impaired general health; 

I^ide^l cachexia, diathesis, or predispnaition ; 

Any diiwase. deformity, or result of injury that would impair efUcieuc>. such aa — 

Weak or disordered intelhs't; 

Cntauefms or communicable diM^ase; 

rnnatunil curvature of spine, torticollis, or other deformity; 

Inefhciency of either of the extremities or large articulatttms IWrni any cause; 

Kpile|Niy or other cimvulsions withtu ttve years; 

Im|>aire«l vinum. disease of the organs of >i<iion, im|«erfect color sense; \i«a^ 
ai iiteness nin«»t not fall beloi» fifteen t^^entieths of the uonunl in either e\e; 

Impaired hearing or dinease of the ear; 

C'hnmic otuwil cutarrh, oxieun, polypi, or ureat enlargement of the tonsils; 

Iiiipeiliment of s|>er<<'li t4» sueh an extent as to impair eOicienc^' in the perfitrm^fto-^ 
of duty ; 

l*i«en««*uf begirt or lung« or de<id«Hi indications of liability to cardiac or pn1fi><*> 
uar>* aflrctioiiM: 

Henna, complete or incomplete, or QudeAcendeil t^'stis; 

Varttocrlf. fittreocele. bydr<»cele. stricture, tt^tula, hemorrhoids, or vanro** rvta* 
ttf |i>i««*r limits; 

DiMMwe of the Ki*ni to- urinary orgattit; 

riinuiir nUen», itii;rotttng nails, lar);e biinioim, or other deformity of feet; 

K«i«Sfil m»!l\ tet'th. f>r t4<eth ^elteLiMN uUsoiind. 

Atteiiti«in will al«w> lie paid U% the utatitfe uf the candidate, and no one mkan\fe%t'% 
uufler si#r for his ai;e will be rereiveil at the Ai'adeiii\. In the rase of doubt aiM,ijt 
the ph\*>tcal ntttdiliuii of the ciiiididiite. atiV IlLirk*^! dt^viation fritm the a«t«a* 
•i.it>ti.ird 4if ht>it:ht or weight «itll adil umtmalU to the cMmsideration for rr)rcti««e 
\\\v Ir-et %«tll l»e the miuiiiiiim hrijjlit for the raudidate. 



ADMISSION OF CANDIDATES. 67 

XI. CMididates will be examined mentally by the academic board in reading, 
writing, spetling, arithmetic, geography, English grammar, United States history^ 
and algebra. Deficiency in any one of these subjects will be saffleient to insure the 
rejection of the candidate. 

GKNRRAL CHARACTRR OP THR MRNTAI. EXAMINATION. 

Rkadiko and writing. — Candidates must be able to read nnderstandingly, and 
with proper accent and emphasis, nnd to write legibly, neatly, and rapidly. 

Spxixing. — They must bo able to write from dictation paragraphs from standard 
pieces of English literature, 1>oth prose and poetry, sufficient iu number to test fully 
their qualifications in this branch. Tbo spelling throughout the examination will 
be considered in marking the paj^ers. 

Aritbmktic.— The candidate will be required — 

To express in figures any whole, decimal, or mixed number; to write in words any 
given number; to perform with facility and accuracy the various operations of addi- 
tion, subtraction, multiplication, nnd division of whole numbers, whether abstract or 
concrete, and to nee with facility the tables <}f uioney, weight, and measures in com- 
mon use, including English money. 

To reduce compound numbers from one denomination to another, and to express 
them as decimals, or fractions of a higher or lower denomination; to state the num- 
ber of cubic inches iu a gallon, and the relation between the Troy and Avoirdupois 
pounds, and to reduce differences of time to differences of longitude ami vice rer$a. 

To define prime and composite numberH^ to giro the test of divisibility by 3, 5, 7, 
9, 11, 25, and 125; to resolve numbers into their prime factors, and to find the least 
common multiple and the greatest common divisor of larg^ as well as of small num- 
bers. 

To be familiar with all the processes of c^mimon and decimal fractions, and to give 
clearly the reasons for such processes, and be able to use the contracted methods of 
multiplication and division given iu the ordinary text-books on arithmetic. 

To define ratio and proi>ortion, and to solve problems iu simple and compound pro> 
portion. 

To solve problems involving the measurement of rectangular surfaces and of 
solids, to find the square roots and the cube roots of numbers, and to solve simple 
problems under percentage, interest, and discount. 

The candidates are required to possess such a thorough understanding of all the 
fundamental operations of arithm4*tic as will enable them to apply the various 
principles to the solution of any complex problem that can be solved by the methods 
of arithmetic ; in other words, thoy must possess such a complete knowledge of arith- 
metic as will enable them to proceed at once to the higher braaches of mathematics 
without further study of arithmetic. 

Algebra. — The examination in algebra will be elementary in character, and will 
be limited to questions and problems upon the fundamental rules, factoring, algebraic 
fractions, and simple equations of one or more unknown quantities. 

Grammar. — In English grammar candidates must exhibit a familiarity with all: 
the parts of speech and the rules iu relation thereto; they must bo able to parse any 
ordinary sentence given to them, and generally must understand those portions of 
the subject usually taught and comprehended under the heads of orthography, 
etymology, and syntax. 

The questions will usually be arranged in three divisions. The first division will 
contain questions somewhat like these : 

Explain the use of the objective case. What verbs have distinction of voioef 
Give the possessive plural of «ea, ralUify hash, sfratumy bandit. 

Tho second divisioo will contain one or more sentences to be parsed, f . g. : 

" Tkeg were alwags a strange family; thetf rarely acie4 like other people; their hea^' 
icere in the right place, but their heads alivays $eewe4 to be doing anything hut what 



68 ADMISSION OF CANDIDATES. 

omghi," Such m sentence mast be parsed fuH^, giring the part of tfieecb, and ki* <1 
caie, voice, mood, tense, number, person, defp«e of compariAon, etc., an the raar t. a« 
be, of each word, and its relation to the other wordu; thus — 
Stramtft is a descriptive adjective, positive degree. It qualities the noun /«•«■!. t 

Comparativo, ntranyrr. 
Superlative, »irangrst. 

ArteHf mil intransitive verb, regular (or weak) in conjugation, indirati\«* iimm*! 
puKt teniM*. third p«*rson, pluriil nniiil>er. Its subject i» theif. 

The third divisiou xvill contain a number of incorrect seiit4»nreii Ut 1h^ r«»rrrmt«« 
thn« — 

/. Inscribe thr 9omrct» from fhuh our kmotrlrdtjr of tUrnr rrrmta are drrirtA. *. // -• 
$treetf^ their roii-rt MOM ttd * .1 Trif and do a« yoM tea* told* 4. I ahomid kmrt lu**. ** 
hart Itrtn there and neeh it. '». There' $ a tirret tittle chrrHhim mUm mp alnft to krrp v«i. * 
for the life of l\»or Jack / 

Amniii; tlienr, c(»rr«»('t M^nteiiceii will S4»metinit*n \h^ intnMlnctMl to t4<«t morv tK--f 
oughly the kuowle<lge of the rundidate. 

Sinre the H4*hiH>l grammars used in dilVereut part a of the rountr^r var> «»!•• ^ 
thruiMelves in tlieir treatiufut of certain wonU. an answer ttpprov««d by auy jrtAir 
mar of good repute \% ill l>e accepte^I. 

(tK.<MiKAl'llv. — Candidates ^^ill be rtM|iiired to pniM a Haiisfartorv exammatff 
written or oral, or !»oth, in de^Tiptivo googr.ipliy, particularly of our own «ouii: • 
(^u«*itti<»ns will Im' given under the following h<*a«Is: The drtinition* of latitnd* • 
longitude; thi* roues; the grand divii(iona,of the land and watrr; the chars< Ut **f 
roant liiie<i; th<* direction and position of iiup<irtant iiionntain-oliainA ami the 1<m 4I m 
of the higiier pcakm; the {Miaition and ronrm* of the principal n\crft, thnr tnUular *<• 
and th(* lM>dit*s of water into which they flow ; tho piMititin of important m^^ik^ Uj. • 
gulfft, ancl aruin of the s«*a ; the ponitiou of indrpondrnt States, their boundari* • at 
c:i]iital citieii; the {MMition and din^tiou of great piMiiuHulnM. and the »itiiati'<t. ( 
ini|M>rtatit and prominent capoA, straitn, siMinds, chaniK-lM, and tho lutMt imfioriur. . 
ranaN; great l»kt»A and inland i^ean; position and pnlitiral conn«*rtion of tiii)Mtrt •• * 
inlaniN and of colonial poi»tM»M«»ionH ; lo<*:ilitn*M of citicmif historical, iMilitical, ore** • 
nicrrial importance, attrntmn lM«ing i"«pociiilly call»»d to the river* and 1»o«Jir* .( 
water on nhirh cities an* mtuatcd; the coiip*e of a v««a*<»l in making a %o\a^-* 
)N*iwr«Mi i^rll known p«»rt«». 

Thrraudidate't* knowlrdyr of the gMigniphy of the I'nttrd Siairt ran not W t- 
full or •iKH'ili* on all the )N»iiit« rffi-in'd to ulio\c. Acmrate kiiiiw|i*dgr i»ill -al^. •• 
rr4|nirc4l of thr |Nii%ition of the coniitr\ %vnh ivlerrme t«» other Stat***, ainl *i«. 
referiMire t4i latitude and loi)^itn«le; of the h«ittn«l.ii ie« and relative p«Miltoii <*f ' -• 
State* uiid Teriitorn-s, of the iiuitie an»l position of their capitaU, and of other im:-»f 
tatit eitie« aii<l t«»>^ ns 

lIiHT«»itv —i'andidnten tihiMilil be familiar \x it h a»nm«li «»f the hiat«»r> i»f the I ri t.- 
Sfateik a* i<* eoiitaitii'tl iti the ortlin.ir\ M'htMil hi**t4>rie^. 

The exuniiii ition will l»e either written or or.il. or iMith, and n»i«»*tM»ii«» «»f ib» ^^ • 
gt neml eharat ter .m the fitjln%% in^ will h«* t;ivfii : 

1. Name the earli«H%t Knrnpeuu M'ttlenienti* within the prr^'Ut liuiiUof thi* Tri •#• 
State*. an<l tfite tin ir iMHntimi*. Wht-n and b> whom \< ere tUrne iM*ttIeinent« in*'* • 

'J. K\pUin the three fnnn* of |*o\ emtnent in the « «»hMiieii; royal, proprietmrr. a 1 
ehirter. N.ime the rnlimieii that oni;in:ilIy e\i^te«l within the prr«riit limit* .• 
M i**.»« hn«4 tt«i; of ('miiuM tirut. Wln-ii were the«ie 1 o)oiiie« unite*! f What dot l' • 
c«ilMti\ fif lVfin«\ 1% .inia in« liwit f \\ h*n w u« it divnlrd * 

X Male thr iraditi;: e\i'iit* o! the rtiloliuil w.ir». and tfne the result* o! e«rb « »r 

I \\ hat >«ere the rnntite aikI inintMliate eiti«4« of the Ke\(iluti4»n f Kipl\ia 1;.- 
na\i;:ation m* t«. th«' ntjinp net, writ* «if n-*i-t nue. Name the prun ipal battle«%* ! 
other baniiiyc f*%fiit« in the i«ar« of the I'mtid Stuttsi. gn ing the name« of c«>:a 
mandiii); oitifer* ami •tatini* the r»«inhaof the hattle#. 



ADMISSION OP CANDIDATES. 



69 



5. Give an account of tho ibruintioii and adoptiou of tbu Con8titution. 
Givt^ the names of the i^residents, in order, and the leading events in each admin- 
istration. 

4 

ADMISSION. 

XII. Candidates that pass the physical and mental examinations will receive 
appointments as naval cadet-s, and become students at the Academy v Each cadet 
will bo required to sign articles by which he binds himself to servo in tho United 
States Navy eight years (including his time of probation at the Naval Academy) 
unless sooner discharged. The pay of a naval cadet is $500 a year, commencing at 
the date of his admission. 

XIII. Cadets will supply themselves, immediately after their admission, with the 
following articles, viz : 



One dre.s8 jacket 

One blouse 

Two pairs trousers 

Two working suits 

One overcoat 

One rubber coat. . . .' 

One rubber hat 

Two pairs of regulation, leggins.. 

One parade cap 

One knit cap 

One mug 

One soap box 

One laundry book 

One pair of blankets 

Two pairs of high shoes 

One pair of overshoes 

Eight white shirts 

Twelve linen collars 

Eight pairs of cuffs 

" Eight pairs of socks 

* Eight towels 

^ Shaving outfit 

* Four pairs of drawers (winter) , 
h Four pairs of drawers (summer) 

" Four undershirts (winter) 

h Four undershirts (summer) 

One hand glass 



$20.50 

11.50 

22.00 

1.90 

23.00 

4.00 

.60 
1.50 
2.60 

.66 
MO' 

.65 

.34 
2.90 
6.80 

.72 
4.40 
1.68 
2.00 
1.84 
1.84 
1.61 
4.32 
1.60 
4.32 
1.60 

.36 

125.34 



One jackknife 

Six sheets 

Haniuiook clews 

Cue pair of bathing trunks 

Throo pairs white thread gloves . 

Two black silk neckties 

Two clothes bags 

One hammock mattress 

a One requisition book 

a One pass book 

(I Stencil, ink, and brush 

a One bottle of indelible ink 

a One w;ish bnsin and pitcher 

a One pair of gymnasium slippers. 

* One whisk 

* One coarse comb 

* One cake of soap 

* Ono h:t irbrush 

* Stationery 

* Twelve white handkerchiefs . .. 

* Ono pair of suspenders 

* Four nightshirts , 

* One toothbrush 

* Thread and needles 

" Blacking brush and blacking. . . 
"Nailbrush 



$0.85 

3.45 
.58 
.20 
.75 
.40 
.46 

3.00 
.40 
.40 
.45 
.18 
.88 

1.10 
.15 
.10 
.10 
.55 
.50 

2.52 
.40 

2.52 
.21 
.19 
• 66 
.25 

21.25 



When moving into cadet quarters, cadets will supply themselves with the follow< 
ing articles, viz: 



a Two bedspreads $2. 40 

a Two pairs of drill gloves 1. 10 

a One slop jar 88 

aTwo spatter cloths 66 

One hair pillow 75 

6.79 



One mirror $1.10 

a One rug 1. 00 

a One hair mattress 5.25 

a One broom .29 

Six pillowcases 1.38 

9.02 



70 ADMISSION OF CANDIDATES. 

CadeU will Hupply themselves with the following iMlditioiijil nrtii'lee w 
fMring to eaiUark on iMiard the practiee ship, viz: 

Three working sniU $2.85 One pair rubber leggins fi*Hi 

Four woolen shirts 8. 20 One pair high shoes X^ 

Three white sailor hats 1.20 One knit cap «i' 

12.25 4 '^ 

Articles marked s will not Ik* taken on lioord the praotioe ship. 

Of the articles marked b, cablets enteriuf; in September must have four e s gfa . 

The articlfs marked *j not lieing reqnired to conform to a standard pait«m, m*- 
he bruaght by the cadet from home, bnt nil other articb*s must conform to the r« z^ 
lations, and mnst thoroforo be supplied by the storekeeper. 

Each naval cadet must, on admission, deposit with the pay officer the stun of i:.^ 
for which he will be credited on the books of that officer, to lie expended by dirw 
tion of the superintendent in the purchase of text-liooks and other autlM>rii«-. 
articles besides those enumerated in the precedinf; iirttde. 

All deposits for clothing and the entrance defKNiit of $20 mnut be made bcff«rt • 
candidate can be received into the Acndem\ . 

M'MMARY oy KXI'KNSKS. 

Deposit for clothing, etc -. •I7>*. 5* 

Deposit for books, etc %i u 

Total amount re«|nired ISK -t 

The value of clothing bniught fnmi home is to 1k« df^lncted fr«>ni thi« am«miit. 
Each naval cadet osr mosf A ufirr adminwiim will )»e cri*dit4Ml with the amount «>( 
his actual expenses in traveling from h\n home to the Aca(1em>. 



COURSK OF INSTRUCTION. 



I Reference books are inarketl (*).] 



FIRST YEAR^FOITRTH CLASS. 



PIBST TRBlff. 



I 



rwpertment. 



Malhematiet. 



"5^ 




ee 


9 


b » 


U 


if 


i 


i= 


i 


iz: 


$Zi 


A 


4 



Safa{}ecU. 



Text-book B. 



EMftlUh Studies, 
HiUory, and Law. 



Modem LanguQffn. 



Algebra- FuiMlaiDcntal nperaiion»; 
reiliirtion and cuDver«ion of frac- 
tional ami Aiirdquantitiea; rednction 
and aolution of equationn of the tlret 
and nei'ond degrees : ineqimlities; in 
volution and evolution ; aritbmetiral. 
geometrical, and harmonical ]»rogreA- 
sion. 

Obomktrt: Geometry of the straigbt 
line, of the circle, and of the plane: 
theor}' o# proportion ; ]»roperties of 
similar flgnres. 



Hall and Knight h Ele- 
rauntar^' Algebra. 

Hall and Knigbts 
Higher Algebra 

Tod hunter's Algebra.* 



Weotirorth's Cieometry. 




Engi 1M1 The atnictare and historical 
development of the English lan- 
guage, syntax; analysis of sen- 
tences; punctuation and capitals; 
exercises in the compoaition of let- 
ters. 

HlfiTOBT: Oatlines of history, especi- 
ally tbe bistor>- of Greece snd Rome, 
and of the states of western Europe; 
biHtorical geography ; important 
points in naval historj*. by notes or 
lectorea. 



Wliitnej-'s Essentials of 

English Grammar. 
Hart s Punctuation. 
Webster's Dictiooarv.* 



Swinton's Outlines of 
the World's History. 

Labberton ' s H istorioal 
Atlas.' 



Frcvch: ** Natural metliod of teach- 
ing languages." 



Chardena]*s Complete 

French Course. 
Marion's Le Verbe en 

quatre Tableaux Sy^ 

noptiques. 
Termes Nautiqaes Por- 

naln. 
Bellow's Dictionar}'.* 

7' 



72 



COITHSE OF INSTRUCTION. 



Ikrpoiinieiit. 



MmlArwtatitM, 



PIAST YKAR-FOITKTU CLASS- CoatiaDwI. 



imVi^SU IKIUI. 



5 . 

I- 

5- 
5^ 



I 



i 
S 

8 



Sal^«*cti 



Au*BBBA. ('4>arM for ilr»i tomi von 
tinned. 

lierekipneot of alicrUralr faiMjIioim liy 
iiH>«o« of Indctrnuloftte rtteffirlroU 
and tlif binoioiAl IhromQ: prrmtito 
lloita and rombinationa; tbeon of 
prulialillitr; aiimmation of M*rt««. 
ctintiaurd frarriiinA. loKarithmn. «*« 
ponenllal ot|tiatioiii». thci»ry of c«|iia 
tiooa. inrlndinje the aoliitloii of no 
lorrira) r«]natioD«: doteriuluanta. 

(ticiwmir: Courai* for firal tinm mo- 

tItltUHl. 

Hphrrtcal KMMnetry: the rone and the 
olindrr; menmiratlon »f r^tlUaear 
fliniren. and of tbr aplicre. roar. ai»«l 
r>hudrr: nppHration of alK««bra U» 
drtrrminati* gMitiirtr) . 



Tait 



IIallaB4Kalffkt»il.«i 

er Alx«l»ra. 
Bowdllrha ra»f«i 1» 

Ule* 



Wrniwofflli a iU 



History, mmd iM*r 



1 



Knoi.lMt- Khetorir and r<tin|MMltion. 
riiolt^* ntul liM* of wunU. kindf of 
f oai|M»iiition. narration and di>M*np 
lluB: arKunir^toll^o c(mi|MwiliMU. 
«*vrrrlar« in lhertttii|Miait|oli of Irltrra 
atid trircrania. Thrttiea. 

tlltilt/U) Vrttfirnm of rcilunial dr\Hop 
m(*Mt in Amrilra and iIm* liiMor> of 
till* I'mti'tl Stntra. liii|Mii(ant |m>Iu1» 
In ihr utn al ht«ltir> «»f the rnlloil 
Matm Uy notr« or l«« tiin*« 



A S^lllUa 

A>rr» •! MImm |»«el * 

A>rr* • \rrl*ail*l 



Klkit'a HimUny »t •! 

failed MaI«« 
MifrhaJU AtlM 



M«dtrm ljmi*tp»ng*$. 



\ 



4 FkSIIi H " Natural Mctniid. 



^al«e !• |j«rtto 
Hen*5 a Trw^h !.#« 
llellow a iHctAt^ian 



^rt'ki*!! (fihrna«aniMi«jmrtlf«»iirw.) Wormaa'a Flr^t •*€.«* • 

NaiiiriilMribKl "'"»^ 

KoM|«|t • >pAtta*b t»*%m 

Mur 

StiMm- • tH« Hf ari ' 

U%9 MHbod a»i4 *••* 
man VrrU UrtU 
(•ia«4« «(ttirnaa»n4«l%«urr«J imtrM* I Wrnrbrliar b «n4 ^^r» 
- Naliiial VrtlMMl liaaip a !» • H I • • I • 

4iramMallli 
WbilBr> • iKtctiMkArt * 



COURSE OF INSTRUCTION. 



73 



SECOND YEAR— THIRD CLASS. 

FIRST TKBM. 



Department. 



Math^matus. 



« 


• 

• 


** 


JB 


t" 


«< 


n 


1 


«« 


O 


b c 


u 


i§ 


£ 


aS 


a 


s 


a 


J^ 


J«; 


1 


4 , 



Subjects. 



HiHorjf, and Law. 



Modem Langtuiget. 



3 



Dbscripttve Gboxetrt : Orthographir 
protjectionft , representation of points, 
lines, SD<1 planes; problems relatinfi^ 
to the right line and the plane; rep 
resontations of snifares of the second 
order; projections of the sphere. 



Tbioonombtrt : Measures of arcs and 
anj^les; trigonometric functions; an 
ftlytical investigations of trigonomet- 
ric formulas, with their application 
to all the cases of plane and spherical 
triangles; construction and use of 
trigonometric tableM ; invenie trigono- 
metric functions: De Moivre's theo- 
rem; solution of trigonometric equa- 
tions: practical applicAtions of trigo- 
nometr}' to the solution of plane and 
spherical triangles, the astronomical 
triangle and the measurements of 
heights and distances. 



Text-books. 



Church's Descriptive 
Geometry. 

Hendricjcson-Dres s e 1' s 
Stereographic projec 
tion. 

Ritten house's Exercises 
in Descriptive Geom- 
etry Drawing. 

Cbauvenet's Trigonom- 
etrj'. 

L<'vett and Davison's 
Plane Trigonometry. 

Bowditcb's Useful Ta- 
bles. 



ExoLiSH: (Jlsssification of words; defi- 
nition of words by UHage and by deri- 
vation ; synonymH; laws of change in 
the meaning of words; faults in dic- 
tion and their rciuedies ; selection and 
arrangement; elementary priuciplen 
of reasoning; priucipleM of com]M>si- 
tion ; exercises in the compofiition of 
ofllcial dispatches, lettem, and tele- 
grams. ThemeH. 

Law: The Constitution of the United 
States. 



4 French : " Natural methml." 



Abbott and Seeley's 
English Lessons for 
Eoglitih People. 
Abliott's How to Write 

Clearty. 
Ayres's Orthoepist.* 
Ayres's Verimlist.* 
Webster's Dictionary.^ 



Andrews's Manual of the 
Constitution. 



Spanish : (Given as^ an advance d 

course.) "Natural niethwl." 

<fERMAN: ((liven as an advanced 

course.) "Natural method." 



lyWther's Series of French 
Plays. 

Rercy's La Longne Fran- 
^aise, 2' partie. 

Guerres Maritimes 
Jurien de la Graviftre. 

Bellows's Dictionary.' 

Knapp's Spanish Gram> 
mar. 

Dn^y spring's Cumula- 
tive Method and Ger- 
man Verb Drill. 

Wenckeliach und Schra- 
kamp's Deutsche 
Grammatik. 

JetTcott and Tosseirt 
(iemuin Newspaper 
Reading ikx>k. 

Whitney's Dictionary 



74 



COUfiSE OF INSTRUCTION. 



8BCOKD YKAR-THIRD OLAS^-CoatiiiiMd. 
riHirr tskm— coatiouMl. 



I 



DepAHmriit 



t 






Jf««A«NMigl Dratring. 



»a)U«ct«. 



MKCllAMf-AL imAWtxo . Skrlrlihif from 
nMMlrU. tbo iiM* of )n«traiiic>iiU! eon- 
MriH- tlou uf «('al«*« ; noUit km aim! ayn* 
iMib UM^d In mcrkhaniiMit drawlayii. 
tH»iintrtirtkHi of nM^Uliarar aail eur% «l 
fimtrMi to im'aIc*. dmwiuit ••<<«' tioa 
litM*« . ruiinil yt rttlng. Dihwidk ««\f*r 
rtM*« hi ilriM'ri|»tivr gi^Muetry. lacliid 
iiiK llit« prnjc^rtlimn of lini*>i and Ibr 
n*|»rttM<at«tion of |»liui«*a and geomH 
rical Milidn. and the pr^JcirtiiHia aail 
ar«.'lioaft ikfaaHMv* and aallda. 



TOTBkia • Slarlim* . 
•Irartios.* 

RHl«nlmiaa*» Btrm 
la D at i lp4it» ti^m 
try. Dniwt»K 



UBIONU TKNM. 






l*HT<%u«. An i*l<rmeatary oourMi la 
t«*ndml topiv*mt lli«* ti^mltng priari 
|>lr« aad ( b« ronrUtion of I ho Uranrhe* 
of fihyniral artfurr. t« which Bton* 
timi* udpvufrd durin;; thPM^condaaU 
ttmt rlamn ytmrm ('otafaat pfaelic* 
«ith tb** faiidaiuratjil and d«n«Ml 
imit« itf ihr r (i. S. •xaCrin l*rartt 
cal work in tbr pb>iitral Ijiboralor} 
rt|N«rtni*-nta lllu«tratinc th«« dall> 
rr>i itatHins aa«l emrt ni<*a»iifrnia»U 
fif lrni:tli. itiAMii, \uliinir. and apM-lllr 
i;r4>ii> Ix<cliin*« 

riiLHtfTH^ U4*4ilatton« lu icrneral aad 
oi 1:4 It K I h« niutn . I^nctlral work in 
Ihf rhfuiit ai labomtdn . rtiwrhaaiita 
llhiHir4tiui: tbr t\mi\\ rf-<-itatbm« aa«l 
thf di«l* rill io«t too of iiini|4p aalla. 
arhU iin<l iNiara I^rctiirpa 



Daairll • IViar 

Pbyak* 
l*ra<Mk-al T b \ • 1 r • »• 

HlevartaMi;^ 



RMnaan'a 

Utr>. 
R««Mra*a« 

Ulr> 
Lortufw Not 



o«* 



MmlUtmrntu* 



A!c%Liii< it. 4t»-4>Mna^ . Ki|ttallona uf 
Iht •tr.iicht Iior and tif tli<* roalr mt>r 
twHiB t.«n«f<>nuAtt"ii of rtM«nllnair« 
I n»|H rilr* of tlir n*uu mrt tlna«. aqua 
tioit* t<t t4b|;tii(a ju<l iionnala, delrr* 
iKUiiit oil <«f IimI dl<w'ita«Min of tbr 
1(1 u* iui«4|Ui»ti<itiof tbr«i^flind4«'Krrp 
r«)M«tl«ili» uf th<* t*Ul»r «if ttora la 
•Ihtrr. aiul iif aiirfat« • m( Iht arrtmil 
onlrr \\n |tiitM ipitl |tn*}<rrt>««iif aur 
f«< « • tif t hp •«« «iitU nnlcT diarttaaioa 
of 111! i^'Of ral i4}iiatJ«u of thi* —rand 
*U it^nr IP \Uttn %nrutblf« 




COURSE OP INSTRUCTION. 



75 



SECOND YEAR— THIRD CLASS— Continuwl. 
SECOND TEBM— continued. 





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a 




4 


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M 


Department. 


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5 




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a 


a 


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Modtm Langtuxgra. 



Mechanical Dratruig. 



H 



SiiUfectfi. 



FRfOfCH : Conrsp of the finit term con- 
tinued. 

Spanish : Conxso of the first term eon- 
tinned. 

Grkman : Conrae of the finit term con- 
tinued. 



Mechanical Drawing : Sketching 
from models; representation of ob- 
jects b3' projections ; drawing the pro- 
jections of models to scale; oblique 
projections; isr.metrical drawing; 
drawing screws, bolts, nuts, and gear- 
ing; round writing. Drawing exer- 
cines in descriptive geometry, inclad- 
ing tbo intersections of surfaces, de- 
Yelopment of single-curved surfaces, 
and problems ou the surfaces of revo- 
lution. 



Text«l>ooks. 



Same as for the first term. 



Tontkin's Machine Coti- 

str action.'' 
Rittenhonse's Exercises 

in Descriptive G(S>m- 

etry Drawi&g. 



76 



COURSE OF INSTRUCTION. 



THIRL) VEAK>HE( OXl> CLA^S. 



naST TKKM 





1 m 


rf 




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ja 




TI • 


•« 


DvpAiimrat. 


it 


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k s 


k 




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1 




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'A 


Sr. 


mmmnship, \mrml 


I 




Con»lntetion, and 






«V«r«f Tmrt^ea. 







/M««M Bm$rim^ring. 



8ulO««U. 



Skaii AKKHtr . t*M* (if tb«* ramfiawk Irwl. 
find log: f>l: iwU. Morki« himI tarkle*. 
mnniiiK rigjclog: tlmcriptioB himI um* 
»r Millii and Ihrlr StKnKn : purrhaalnie 
«i*fiehta: boaU and thrlr manacr 
iti^ot: fcronntl iarkli>: handling an- 
rliom : liandlitig naiU ; puii drilla and 
<<%iiluti»nn| managnnrni iimlrr Aall 
dtitkti of naval cadet a ; rulta of tbr 
niad. 



4 l*«i3if*irLCj« or MirUANlMM : Marinrrn 
glM« and lioUrni. IVofiertir* of liMit 
and lU appUcatlnn to «atrr; rombaa* 
tton; law* and profirrtka ot atraan 
typMi of marine boilerm. ronparailTr 
rlHilrnrv: namrii and %%»»fm of tbrlr 
atta«'bmrtiU; h>dnimHi*rii: aralr and 
lla prerenilun. t>pea nf niarlm^ fu 
gint-a. liirUidlbg eoudeiiM ra and 
ptint|Ni witb explauatbin wf Ihr nar 
uf nil tl»r partii nrrew proprUm and 
paddlr tibrrln. the* inditator asd Ita 
diagnuna; power uf the engine and 
rooiputat lona relating tbrrvto; taati 
alt lea; «*are and manage ntenl of ateam 
marbliirM . 



Tr»i I 



Lorr'a S»i 
iVpafia 



it nrt m^-% 



i tiHide^ e a LItmh 

Mnbamua 
S»nnr«l a Marti** 

Kngine. 
(>o« a Na«e« ai«4 

lema la Kl 

Mvr bantam 



I- - 

t &r< 






r. 



li|»»>.li»>TUL Tali I Lr»: Kiimtiiina. XXUr and J«4 tk%. % • . 
rate*. itilTfrfbttaUf»rfiin«tioiia tttd« I f«ri filial « a1« u' • 
tt niiiualpforiiia, m-ri**. matima and 
mitiima. gnnnrtn* al ap|iliraliuua. I 
fiiiM *ion« i»r t«o iir more ^ariablra. 

IsTiLi.nii. Vkux \v»- Tbe mrlli«id* «*f Jobnaim** lnl#cT»l 
tiiit-gratltin, d< nnile iiit< grrfU ipiad «Mli*a. 

r4iur«> of •«irfA<*« riiUiturv uf \v\ 
•iit.t • r* • tifli atUMi of ( ur\r>a. f eiittra 
o(|:r4\ii> niom«'iii«o(iim-tla pUiii 
lilt tr ra ri'lfa tor the ap|'n*«im«t« d*> 
t*rtiiiiiatlon of arrna aud %til«rmea 
iliflt reiitui e*|oattona. 



Kii|uatiiifia 



COUB8E OP INSTEUCTION. 



77 



THIRD YEAR -SECOND CLASSU-Contiuiied. 
F1B8T TERM— continued. 



• 
Dwpartnient. 

• 


i 

b 

u 

a ** 

9 

^4 


4 ! 

a 

o 

i • 

i 

>5 


PhyncM and Ckemw- 


4 


4 
1 


try. 


t 
1 


1 



HubJeotH. 



Text-books. 



Physics: Kecitatinim uu simple har- 
monic motion ; wave motions, sonnd, 
light, and heat. Practical work in 
the physical laboratory ; experiments 
illustrating tho daily recitations, and 
some exact measurements, swh as 
the determination of the candle power 
of gas and olortrie lights. Index of re- 
fraction of glass prisms and lenses and 
of liquidH, focal length of lenses; 
length of light waves. Photograph}-. 

Chbmi.stkt: Short course in chemical 
analysis. 



Danieira Principles of 

Physics, 
(ianot's Physics. 
St«wart*s Treatise on 

Heat. 
Practical Physics, by 

Stewart and Geo. 
Kohirausch's Physical 

Measurements. 
I/Ccture notes. 



Modern Langrtagt^. 



French : Reading and translation of 
prnfeasional articles, and conversation. 



Mechanical Drawing. 



4 I Mechanical Drawlvo: Drawing gear- 
! ing; sketching machinery and making 
I working drawings; round writing; 

tnuMugs and blue prints of drawings; 

perspective. 



Jurien de la Gravi^re's 

Guerres Maritimos. 
Bellows's Dictionary.* 
Langago Marin, Anglais- 
Fran9ais. 



Tonikin*s Machine Con- 
struction.' 



Seamanship, Xaval 
Conf truetioit , and 
Xacal Tactict. 

Astronomy, Xavigi j 
Hon, and Survey- I 
ing. 



KRCOXD TERM. 



4 I Course «if the first tiirm continued. 



Same as for tho first term. 



The Cblbstial Sphere : Spherical and 
rectangular coordinates ; use of instru- 
ments, especially those for determin- 
ing terrestial latitudes and longi- 
tudes; refraction; dip; parallax; tho 
earth, sun, planets, and solar system 
in general ; different units of time and 
calendars ; laws of universal gravita- 
tion, precession, nutation, and aher- 
ration ; the moon ; eclipses and occol- 
tations; tides; comets and meteorlL 
bo<lies; fixe<l stars; nebula*; motion 
of the solar system ; solutions of the 
astronomical triangle; u^e of the 
Nautical Almanac. 



Y oung*s General Aatron* 

omy. 
Bowditch's Navi^tor. 
American Ephemeria 

and Nautical Almanac. 



78 



COURSE OF INSTRUCTION. 



lH»|«Mtlll91lt. 



TBIKD YKAK>.KKC'OKl) CLASH- roniiniied. 



5 


J 


^ • 




it 


s 




e 


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b 


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i 


6^ 


6 


a 


8 


v; 


y. 



ffltmm EH^nttrimg 



SulOw^U 



4 ' (Toiirw^ fif tho flrnt torm roatlmiNl 



Tr«t 



Same ■• for tli« Sfl^t irii 






Mirti kSicn : K (nrmAtlrn ; dyBamlrii ; kl* 
nrtim hydromrchanlni: thr mollon 
of |itoJrrtiti>( friction «n<l other it*- 
ninUnri'ii: tli«*ap]»llratlon ofiuerhan* 
if«l priD(*ip|p« tonimplft machiiiecjiiMl 
to inMiiinM*ntji. 



Joliaooo'ii llaM'koiifc • 
noworr'* lljr4r*r. 






4 PHtii|«-» Kerttatloftw In lijrhl ami Iimt Sautr «• 
r(*orliiile«l. trrm. 

Eltvtrirtly iindmaKiiHUfurMninN'Ut^l Thaai|i 

•otl 



rrocliral work in IIm* ph}MiriiI laliitni 
tur> . rjUtlmtion of tlMTmomeli'm 
<tel4«nnlnntiuB of tliv hyj^rumrtrlr 
aintr of tbn nCino«pb«*rr ; m<*aaurt<^ 
ttienta of tli«* (*o(*(11rk»Dta <»f rxpantiton 
ao4 tb«> ajirrinr h«<at aotl lalrot bra I 
of rarioim •nbatJUt<'^« ; othrr riprri 
ifirtitA ill tint I at inf the r«»uniri>f attMlt 
aii«l Iradlnc to tbr> HkiUfiil um* uf 
inntrunioiilii of prrc'Uion. ]*hatosr<< 
pli«. (irn«*nU niirritttriita lUiiatml 
ing tbf* plinmnit'iia of •tatlroJ ami 
>4»ltalr rlrrtnrit,\ ; m ttlii|g ap ami 
c*<>in|i«rlntf i;iilvaolr rvlU ami ii«ruml 
ary battrrir*; mranuriuxtliolr ntilni 
mu*v> atui rlr« tn>-mnthf« forcr; rail 
I if at Uta t*f );al% anuinoti'rvt : d<'t«*riBlna 
litin i»f liip ami tiwntnnlitl inlcnait^ 



{•*r Ik- 



Miw'a ^'2««irM 



Ayrtoo'a l^nwiMAl t - 

triHt> 
lHi\'« Rim iar* u> } ■• 

I<«rtnrv X<iC«a. 



H*^*m l.4intH0^M. 



1 t 



Kur^« M lirmhitir Frvarh nrwapa|MT». 
aiul t i*n^rr««(Miti on •uhj^<'t« nf tlir 
ila\ . t Itrin*** ami wrltltti traii*lationa 



Samemif«frtl«rftr*i •• % 
ami rrrmli mmwm 



COURSE OF INSTRUCTION. 



79 



FOURTH YEAR-FIRST CLASS-LIKE DIVISION. 



PIB8T TBBM. 





1 . 


• 






^ 




■3 J 

2| 


§ 




K,^ 


B 


DopartmeBt. 


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uS 


i 












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^ 


yeaiHOHfhip ymvnl 


3 




Cn- fIrveHen, and 






yaeal Taetie$. 







Ordnance and Oun- 
n«ry. 



Subjects. 



Sbamaxship : Stownf^e andorganiMtion ; 
boats and tbeir maaagemcnt ; groond 
tackle; handliDg^ nnchorn: handling 
sails; nianagemeut under sail and 
under steam ; turning and maneuver- 

' ing; wbarflng, docking, towing, an- 
choring, mooring, etc. ; emergencies ; 
port drills and evolutions; duties of 
officers and crew; routine; rules of 
the road ; laws of storms and manage- 
ment in cyclones; use of sounding 
machine. 

Naval C0N8THUCTION: Deilnitions:his 
tory and practice of shipbuilding in 
wood, iron, and steel; systems of con- 
strnction, subdivision, and armoring; 
systems of pumping, draining, venti- 
lating, steering, and hoisting; fittings 
in general; distribution of armor, 
guns, and boats; special construc- 
tions; launching; types of ships; 
strnotnral strength and strains ; buoy- 
ancy and stability in the intact and 
the damaged conditions; theory and 
observation of waves; rolling and 
pitching; principles of stowage; re- 
sistance, propulsion, and steering of 
ships; qualities of ships; construc- 
tion and use of diagrams of qualities ; 
the use of qualities ; steam steering 
gear; steam capstan; plans of shiim 
and reproduction in mold loft; finding 
the displacement of ships and center 
of buoyancy, etc. 

Naval Tactics: Organization of the 
fleet; school of the ship; section and 
squadron: evolutions of the fleet; 
signaling by Army and Navy rode-. 
Navy and International eodes of fiag 
signals. 



Text-books. 



Lure's Seamanship. 

Department Circulars. 
Navy R«>gulations. 



Special Notes and Draw* 
ings. . 

Navy De])artmetit Pam- 
phlets. 

Whites Manual of Nat* 1.1 
Architecture. 

Welch's Text book of 
Naval Archlteotnre. 



Navy aud International 

Signal Books. 
Fleet Drill Book (Navy 

Department). 



GuJiNKBY: Accuracy and rapidity of 
fire ; the probability of hitting objects 
of various forms; the mean andprob 
able errors of guns; derivation of rules 
tor correcting certain errors that arise 
in practice at sea. 



Accuracy and Proba- 
bility of Fire (Naval 
A cademy p u b 1 1 o a- 
tjons). 



80 



COURSE OF mSTBUClION. 



PODKTH YEAR- FIRST CLAti»~LtKK DIVISION -t'«aiia««L 

FiBST Tnm-oooiiaiMd. 



IVpAitneot. 



^ ■ 



Ordnane* and ihiu- 
iMrry— CoDtia u«l 



> 8 
' I 

o . 



SabJecU. 



lr»t 



iNrAxniT AKt> Abtillebt Tactics- A* 
•|iplie<l to tb<* hamttitiK of n»T»l forc«« 

GrN?(BtiT: Tbct motion of pruJ««tilMi m 
m DoorMlstiiis modluni mmI in air ; thr 
motlioda of fliidiiif( tbe tr^)<*rtor>' , tbc 
nrniaialiii; vrUiriiy, and the aiiffli* of 
fall: tho ilangorooa a|>ac«: alghllnx 
and |Miinting gun*: tbe crrora Habl<« 
to occnr In practii'r at aea« aad Xhr 
ini»thod»of arniding tbMn , lb<iprp|Hi' 
ration of rangr tabloa, and r«trrr<ctlun» 
for Jump and drift; tbo drtonnlna- 
tion of mngHi at m«. 




h'on. and fimrrrp- 

img. 



Th« THBtmr and P»a*ticpi or Xavi 
OATiojc. inrluding inatrartiwn tn tb« 
dalicik of tb« navigator, tbe c«kn 
ntrut'tion and ua*« of navigating in 
NtnimcntA, tbe une <if tablea, and tbe 
iHiltiii«»n of pn>blfin«. d«*tenninBtiiin 
<if mf ridian diatanem. 



I]ri>ROfiR.iPHlrSfRVKVtXu: Tbein»tni 
nii'iiia iiMT*!; «4-lt<<'tion and mcaMin- 
mentof iiaM'a: determinatHia of aai 
mtith of linnc: Iriangnlatiiin; drtr 
niiiialiitn of b«*ight*: Ir^rling; plot I 
ting a •iirv(% ; hydrrigngdtiral anr | 
\«'\itig tidal <»l»<M*rtiitlMii*. rarrent I 
oliwr^alioim, Milling dirertiona. Ibt» { 
fiimi of the earth, nith viierlal refer ' 
i-ti<*e to the «*<»n«tnirtton of rbaiia. • 
|iroji*«-tioii*. running mirvrjR 



f'banTmrf • «» .« 

and Vrmr^.^^mi %.* 

o»y.- 
Walk«»'a Nat»» • •» 
Ilowdilrb • X«* .- 
Aaeriran F » •« 

aad NavtB*** 

mar 
', I*bolpa'» rr«ru-» • 

rine Rnr^» . la^ 

! (*rmlc« AtimvU 



itrrlmnut mfl Aft 



* « 




■ h 



M> 'llo » *'¥ l.r.kST XilAMK* Tlie tbr 

*T\ of Irdwt iM)tiarv« and pndtaUle 

I rr»r« fniHljin* ni:il priueitdr* of lh« 

IhiMirx pra< Ural meth'Nl* r.ml forain- 

!««; tilth p» iid* III <ibM>r^atUin«, ci*n 

ditJort«*l oli»« r^ation* 
IrriiroMK tiAM«-4 FU«t elt> ; MrvM ('o4tvcill and • • 

iiiid •tfAin. th'ory ot •trii«turr« Lmmm* Im 4 i » 

•trvn^'th attd d«lhr<itin of Im^mi*. M«v|uuito« 

lMai«i««*f uiuiorm rv«i>t«tH« <*«Kt#«lll a A^r- •« * 

rl 



COURSE OP INSTRUCTION. 



81 



f OURTH YEAR— FIRST CLASS— LINE DIVISION— Contioned. 

riBST TBBJf--coiitiuaed. 



DeiMutmeiit. 



s 

^ S 



■e 

a 
o 
a 






Phyties and Chein- 
ittry. 



9 
u 

a 

I - _ 



Sabjecta. 



Thybics : RecitAtfons in electricity and 
mafrnetism ; prartical work in physi- 
cal laboratory ; detcnnioation of the 
Constanta of galvanometers; testing 
ammeters and voltmeters; running 
dynamos and electric motors and 
measuring their efticiene}-; expert 
ments on the electri*^ transmission of 
energy, testing cables and electric 
light wires; experiments upon induc- 
tion; practice in photography and 
micro-photography. 



Text-books. 



Same as for the second 

class year. 
Thompson 's Dynamo 

Electric Machinery. 
Lectare Notes. 



SECOND TERM. 



SfatfMinthip, Naval 
ConttrtuHon^ and 
XaviU Taeties. 



4 Course of the first term continued. 



Ordnance and Gun- 
nery. 



OuNXKBY: Handling great gnns; pre- 
]»aring ship for action; duties of offi- 
cers and men when at qoariers for 
exercise, and when engaged in battle; 
handling boat howitzers and machine 
gnns afloat and on shore ; landing of 
seamen and marines. 

Ordnance : The manufaotnre of gnns ; 
description of service guns ; computa- 
tion of the strength and shrinkage of 
guns; rifling; rotation and its influ- 
ence on the motion of projectiles. 
The manufacture and use of gunpow 
dcr and other explosives; the force 
dcveloxted when explosives are tired 
Jn their own volume, and the equation 
of lyotionof the projectile in the bore 
of a gun on th^s hypothesis, and also 
on the hyimthesis that the explosive 
bums progressively ; the laws of burn- 
ing of grains of gunpowder of various 
forms ; the formulas of Noble and Abel 
connecting pressures with density of 
loading, and for determining the worL 
of expansion in a gun; development 
of the principles involved in loading 
guns; formulas connecting muzzle 
velocities and pressures with the ele- 
ments of loading. 



Same as for the first 
term. 



Text-book of Ordnanc« 
and Gunnery (Naval 
Academy publication). 

Gunner}' Diill Book for 
the New Armaments. 
(Bureau of Navigation 
publication.) 

The Elastic Strength of 
Giins (Naval Academy 
publication). 

Interior Ballistics (Na- 
val Academy publica- 
tion). 

Nomenclature of steel B. 
L. R. guns and car> 
riages, and mounts for 
Hotchkiss guns. (Bu- 
reau of Ordnance.) 



6644 N A- 



■6 



82 



COURSE OP INSTRUCTION. 



FOrBTH VKAR-FIRST CLASS^LIXE l>IVISloy-0*fitl«M4 

SKCOMU TBAM— ronUDOCii] . 





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Sul^v-U. 



iint (*AUUAon: Thrlr ronstnirtiaa 
and the mrrhaniiim rraployrd in con 
trolling anil Minuting rer«it nad the 
tlicorr of iini'b control. 

AMnrxiTKi!*: lu |in>pnrmti«m and turn. 



Tv«t 



Astronomy, \ariff9- 
turn, mtd timrrrp 
in0. 






TnBoitT or TMK I>B^'lATtO]t OW THK 

<*<)MPAMi, including the nalorp and 
canaca of tbci arrrral parta of deria- 
tloQ. thrdHmninatlon of tlM»>*crtiraI 
and boritontal foroen of the cnrtb and 
•liip, tbc c«nw*« and amooat of t tie 
beelin^ error, tlie cbanipra that take 
pUt*«> tipim a rhasirr of gvogmpblral 
poaitton. the graphic rep r eacntatlo— 
of the arnoant aitd dtrpctioo oi the 
forrca that art on the needlr, and the 
mechanical corrvciioB of the derta- 
tion and heeling erroni. 

PBAf*ri4'AL NAVtUATKiJf. 
PnACTICAL SrBYBTMO. 

IXTKBXATIOSAL LAW : The ohJ«vt«, 
aottrcra.and aanrtionaof mtemational 
la« : the lava of war. enihargo. re- 
prisal, and rrtamitfn; blockade con 
trabaad of war. right of Marrh. 
ahip'apaprraaod natioPaUt\ : prlie*: 
prliateering; piracy, the rigbta and 
dtitir* of ncutraU Jurimllcttun otrr 
▼enacU at Nea aB«l in territorial waters 
fitgithes and dfucrtera; UoeaMW to 
trade: n^'aptanw. 



a B 



le»* 



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la tt%m »k.jm. 
HoWfU* Um:i-- 

Thenri mt n* 

lienvu^tWt 
IN<>hI • rtnn k 

le»a«ndtV«4 r, 

tlM«f IWI ■«. 

the failed ■• 
Xart • 



Glaaae lC«n»r 
tloMl La* 

WaolBri* Uwx 
Law 



4 Src tALlN«Tar(TioN«: ftrnrraldeerrip 
tton of tbe hiiQuin ImmI\ an«l II a fUac 
tl«ina the am*«t of hrmorrhsge: re- 
aua* ttattua fnmi dn*wnlug . alruhollr 
ilnnk», ttibami, and nthrr aarrifllca. 
(l.»r«tarra aod practit^l tn*tnictJ«n. 
Kridaxs 7 Mtot M p. m/Wddlttoaal ) 



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COURSE OP INSTRUCTION. 



83 



FOURTH YEAR—FIRST CLASS-ENGINEER DIVISION. 



KIB8T TKSM . 



Department. 



.Seamatuhip, yaval 
Cotutrvetion, and 
Saval Taetieg. 



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Subjects. 



Naval Coxstkuction : Definitions; 
hiaiory and practice of shipbuildinc 
in wood, iron, and steel; Hjstems of 
construction, subdivision and arm- 
oring; systems of pumping, drain- 
ing, ventilating, steering, and hoist- 
ing; fittings in general; distri- 
bution of armor, guns, and boats; 
special constructions; launching; 
types of ships; structural strength 
and strains; buoj-ancy and stability 
in the intact and in the damaged con- 
ditions; theory and observation of 
waves; rolling and pitching; prin- 
ciples of stowage; resistance, pro- 
pulsion, and steering of ships ; qual- 
ities of ships, construction and use 
of diagrams of qualities; the use of 
qualities. 

Marine Engines: (icnoral description 
of modem marine engines and their 
4lei)cndenoie8 ; expansion of steam; 
piston speed and size of cylinders; 
uses and construction of parts of a 
marine engine ; calculations on twist- 
ing and bending momenta ; principles 
and constmction of condensers and 
pumps ; types of valves and valve 
gear, and valve diagrams ; principles 
and construction of various types of 
propellers; the indicator and its dia- 
grams ; power of an engine and calcu- 
lations relating thereto; lectures on 
the metallurgy of iron and steel ; the 
pnxluction of bronzes and alloys with 
reference to their use in marine engi- 
neering. 

Objects of test trials ; boiler trials 
and their results; friction of the en- 
gine, and the dynamometer; standard 
methods and examples of engine 
trials. 



Text-bo<iks. 



White'sManual of Naval 
Architecture. 

Thearle's Naval Archi- 
tecture. 

Welch's Text-iM>ok of 
Naval Architecture. 

Special Notes and Draw* 
ings. 



Seatou's Marine Engi- 
neering. 



Thurston's Engine and 
Boiler Trials. 



84 



COUR8E OP INSTKUCnON. 



FOURTH YKAK- FIRST rLAS»-KN<»INKER TUVISlOH-^'oattoard. 

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I<<ntJUUi : Varioua t^pf <nd «*fllrlc<tic> 
of •leftm lioilem : ronstrDCtion of boil 
i»r« in firtail, and taatoriala nmttX ; dr 
UIU of flttlnKii and attarhnif nto i 
rmxuuoM <»f d^cay ; rare aod prp«erv». 
Uun of boll^ra: fiirUi, aolid and llqaid : 
romlMMtlon <*f. with ilic> method* of 
Iholr application nndrr natnral and 
forrcil draft, their conparatlvo qoall 
tiM and propeiilra. with ini»tmcltwtt« 
as to thrlr M»jM>iii»n for. and ran* of. 
at atram fnrU; practical tc«t»of ihit 
calorific ralnr of fiiola. 

I>iMlu%tif(i Mac'IIIXKRT : The ttnUna to 
which niachln«>ry ia tnlOcctrd. and tb«* 
moistanccoflprMl tot brae •trains: rcl 
ath'C valiit* of matcriala used in ma 
chlnorr as tncuat and strcof^th; tc«l 
injC niatcrlaU: principles and conaid 
crationn govemin|i( the design, draw 
ing. spcciflrations, and pmportions of 
the rarloiis parts of engines and twil 
era, with practical application tn the 
designing room. 



Shark *s i 
St romeyftr 
Holler 

and Tonst 



Stram Bat 



Unwin • KlmiriiU 
Machine l>e*i. 
Parts I and II 

Shock's 



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COURSE OP INSTRUCTION. 



85 



FOURTH YEAR- FIRST CLASS -ENGINEER DIVISION—Continued. 

SECOND TRBM. 



l)e|Mirtment. 



Sramanthip, Xavol 
Conttruetion^ and 
Xaval Taeties. 



Steam En,fineeritig. 



Methanitff and Ap- 
},lifd Matheinadc*. 



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4 Coarse of the flrnt temi oontinuoil. 



Tdzt-bookii. 



Samp a« Cpr the flrnt term. 



4 Mahine Engines: Coiirwi of the flrnt 
term continned. 



Physical propertien of steam ; converti- 
bility of heat and work ; theory of the 
flteam engine ; air and lieat engines ; 
efficiency of an engine; tlieoretical 
considerations governing the expan- 
sion of steam ; effects of clearance, 
wire drawing. Jacketing, liqnefac- 
tion, andreevaporation; experiments 
on the steam engine and t^ie methods 
of determining its efficiency. 

BoiLERft: Conrse of the first term con- 
tinned. 



Seaton's Marine Engi- 
neering. 

Thurston's Engine and 
Boiler Trials. 

Cotteriirs Steam Engine 
Considered as a Heat 
Machine. 



Desiokino Macrinebt: 
first term continned. 



Course of the 



Same a« for the first term . 



Same as for the first term . 



Applied Mechanics: Kinematics and 
dynamicH of machines; transmission 
and conversion of energy by fluids. 



Special Instruction : Same as for the 
line division. 



Cotteriirs Applied Me- 
chanics. 

Cotterill and Slade s Les- 
sons in Applied Me- 
chanics. 

Bowser's Hj'dromeohan- 
ics. 

Same as for the line divi- 
sion. 



86 COUBSE OF IN8TBUCTION. 

ASSIGNMENT OP TIMK. 



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roiirth ThlfU SecoDd Ftriii cIm«. "^M^ 

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trim, trnn.'tenn. term. tenn. t«>nii. teraa't^rs. tor^ t»< 



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(irdnaarv and Gaiiiirr>' i 3 5 

AatnmoBijr. KaTlKatiuu. and Siir j j 
▼eyliiK ! 2 4 4. 

Strain £a|CiiiffN*rini: i t 3 I 

M«H-luuilcii and Applied Mat be ! 
niatlm 5 5 3 ... J | 1 

Pii}iilcaand Cbrmiatry 5F 4 4 3 .... 9 

Matbcvnatlca 5 5 5 

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Xaval Tftctics* 

Pnetier Crniw 

Ordnunt* mnd Gunnery. 
Ordnaace InatnictioBt, Infantry TactU-a, 

aimI Cianwr}' 

OnloABCt* and CJQuu^ 

Aiironomp. Smripntion.mnd Survtifinp. i 

Attrvnomy. NarijpuJnn. and Survrying 

Pnrtire CniiM* 

Kcitam Kn^nttnnff. 
8tMUu Martiinrn. Ifarioo Ktifio«>a, and 

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Siiaiiuer rracUcal Work 

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Boilrn 

Mtehmntt^mnd Applied Molketnaties. 
Dillarrntial and Intrj^ral (* a 1 e ii 1 it «. and 

Iferlianica 

htnmt Squarea and Slmij{tlt of Halrrialn 

llarhanic* 

i%ptie* mnd Ckemutry. 

Cb«miatr> and l*by*ira 

Pli>iitr« 

Jinthemnttft. 

Atgrhrm anti (t«>omrtry 

Tncoit'mivlrk. Anal) ileal Ct4>omrtry, and ' 

|tr«rntil;« •* ^•'^'twrir.'k 

^.uyluk StuJUa, itutQi^, a$tit Lntr. 

Esul'*ti aod IlUUini 

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Inlrrnattotial l^w , 

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MnbaaMa) Ih««iac 

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COURSE OF INSTRUCTION. 89 



PRACTICAL INSTRUCTION OF CADETS. 

8KAMANSHIP. 

Knotting and splicing; composa and lea<l lino; ship nomenclature; ontting and 
fitting hemp rigging; cutting and fitting wire rigging; rowing, and the management 
of boats nnder oars and nnder sail; sailmaking; making up, bending, unbending, 
and handling sails ; rigging ship; stripping ship ; shifting spars ; getting under way 
and anchoring; evolutions with vessels under sail and under steam; signaling, 
Army aud Navy code; management of steam launches; steam fleet tactics with 
^^am launches. 

ORDNANCE AND OUNNRRY. 

Setting np drill; school of the soldier; school of the company ; school of the bat- 
talion (infantry); skirmish drill; school of the battery; school of the battalion 
(artillery) ; exercises with broadside g^ns, pivot gnus, boat guns, aud machine guns; 
target practice with small arms; target practice afloat with machine guns, boat 
guns, rapid-fire guns, and great guns; smallsword exercise; broadsword exercise; 
bayonet exercise; cane exercise; handling and firing torpedoes; handling and pre- 
paring fuses for use; determination of the strength and elasticity of gun' metal 
with testiug machine; determination of muzzle velocities with the Schultz and 
Bpulanger chronoscope; determination of pressures in guns by means of pressure 
gauges; experimental determination of range tables, also of the jump and the drift; 
the preparation and inspection of ordnance material. 

Six medals are awarded annually for marksmanship ; gold, silver, and bronze medals 
to the cadets of the first class, as first, second, and third prizes, respectively, for 
excellence in great-gun practice; and golil, silver, and bronze medals to the cadets 
of the second class, as first, second, and third prizes, for excellence in practice with 
the service rifle and revolver. 

In June, 1894, the medals for excellence in great- gun practice were awai'ded as 
follows: 

Gold medal to Cadet W. P. Scott, of Pennsylvania. 

Silver medal to D. H. Cox, of New York. 

Bronze medal to C. F. Snow, of Maine. 

The medals for small -arm marksmanship were awarded in acconlance with the 
result of a rifle match which took place in June, 1894, the competitors in which had 
won the right to shoot by qualifying during the practice at the several ranges of 100, 
200, 400, 500, and 600 yards, with scores of 80 per cent or over of the possible maximum 
at each range. There were twenty-one competitors in the final match, the condi- 
tions of which were ten shots at each of the ranges of 200, 500, and 600 yards, and 
six shots with the revolver at each of the ranges of 20, 30, and 40 3'ards. Regulation 
targets were used, and the revolver score was given one-fourth weight. 

The medals were awarded as follows : 

Gold medal to W. S. Volkmar, of Pennsylvania. 

Silver medal to C. M. Tozer, of New York. 

Bronze medal to K. G. Castleman, of Kentucky. 

ASTRONOMY, NAVIGATION, AND SURVEYING. 

Navigation: Observations, with sextant and artiflcial horizon, for time, longitude, 
chronometer correction, latitude, and azimuth. 

Surveying : Surveying, and constructing a chart of, a portion of the Severn Kiver. 

Compass Deviations: Swinging an iron ship, aiid observiug the deviations and the 
times of vibration of horizontal and vertical needles on different courses ; f^om t^ 



90 COURSE OF INSTRUCTION. 

observatiouA finding the approximate and tlio exact coeffleienta, and the bori<«NitAi 
and the vertical foreea acting on the standard and ataering compaaaea; alao ft»«linc 
the heeling coefflc ten ta for the aanio cotnpaaaea without heeling the»hip; alau ««•? 
nesting the deTiationa of a oouipaaa, uning a Navy compenaating binnarlr. 

hTRAM RNCINRKRING. 

Khopwurk : 

The Pattern Shop: Selection and treatment of different wooda for dtflefval par 
|MMea. Elemeutar}' work of the carpvut<*r iihop, tbnmgh mortimng, jfiimim et« 
to tlnifthed pattern work. 

The Foundry: Iron and hraaa caatiugN; the making of hronxea, alloye, etc 

The Hla«!kHinith Shop: Forging, welding, ete.; tempering, raae hardeatn|{» et«- . 
bending and quenching textM of roe tain. 

The Boiler Shop: Riveting, iioft and hard patching, calking. anii««liiig, titlir 
expanding, etc. ; testing. 

The Machine Shop: Viite bench work, ninchine tool work, including the iwtttoc *^ 
work, turning, planing, boring, slotting, etc.; pipe fitting: huililing, rrrrta*^ 
and aligning of engines and engine fitting; preparation of working drawn.;:* 
and working from the Bam<*. 
Shipwork : 

Managt*ment of main and auxiliary engines: <2ctting up steam at letMire »ii«l it 
emergencies; fire-r(N>ni and engine-room nmtine, firing, water- tending. mmA mi 
ing; routine under way when desirable to obtain maximum speed; aamr fur utxx- 
imum steaming radius ; management of engines while maneuvering at aea ; drw^- 
roinging the condition and lcx*atiug defects in machinery while in motion ; caaw • 
and prevention of explojiion of boilers, steam pipes, gases in uptakes anil in <-<«>»* 
bankem; lying under bauke4l fires; coming to anchor; overhauling inarhii»«-rt . 
cleaning boilers and condensers; prenervatiou of mnchinery of a vessel wli«-n 
out of commiasion ; conducting progressixe and full-power trials and tb«>coUr«-t 
ing of 4lata. 

Ordinary Caaualties: Hot crown sheets, burnt feed pipes, leaky boiler tnbea arid 
seams, burnt grate luirs, hot pins and journal*, fire in buukera, riooded MMupArt 
mentn. 

Damages received in liattle: Trt^parations for action; tem|>orary repairs and alt^r 
native devices and ex|»edientM to be adopted in event of receiving iigary fr"tii 
shot or torptHlo<*ii; quick methmlM of disabling machinery about to fall into tL* 
hands of the enemy. 
Instrnmenta: Tse of slide rule, averaging machine, apparatna for teating «m:« 

and nmoke ganrs; standurdizing steam gauges and indicators 
MiM^ellaneous: Preparing sp«*cifications for purchaae of machinery and slorv-* . 
teMiiig, in«i|»ection. and preservation of ii tore 4; preparation of vanonsreoir it t« 
painl«, and vamishett in ordinary unt; selection of coaU; making e«ttnhfttr« 
of the amouut of coal on hand, prevention of deterioration, etc.; making ••! 
watch, quarter, and station bilU. 

l*itY*«I( AL TIIAIMNt* 

ClflM drill* in caliitthcnic«. free luoveinentu oiid with npparatiu 
S)ir4 lal exerciM'M to prmiiote nymnietrtcal development when neceaaar>. .\thlrt. 
etrrcises, including boxing and swimming Dancing. 



PROGRAMME OF PRACTICAL INSTRUCTION. 



TVhen more thau one kind of exerclfie ia prescribed during a week, the number of each exercise in 
indicated bv a tli;ure in parentheses. 

FIRST CLASS. 



Aca- 
demic 
months. 



s 



First division. 



Second division. 



Third division. 



Fourth division. 



Oct 1 I Company. 

I i 

! 2 Field artillery. 



Nov 



Bee 



Jan 



Feb 



Mar. 



Apr. 



May 



3 



1 
2 
3 
4 

1 
2 

3 

4 
1 
2 
3 

4 



Target, great guns (4) 

Seamanship (T). 

Steam tactics (4). 

Batterv drill (1). 

Battalion infantry. 

Seamanship. 

Seamanship. 

Battalion artillery. 

Steam. 

Practical electricity. 

Practical ordnance. 

Sword exercise. 

Steam. 

Practical electricity. 

Practical ordnance. 

Sword exercise. 



Target, great guns (4) 
Seamanship (I) . 
Steam tactics (4). 
Battery drill (1). 
Company. 

Field artillery. 

Battalion infantry. 

Seamanship. 

Seamanship. 

Battalion artillery. 

Practical ordnance. 

Sword exercise. 

Steam. 

Practical t^ectricity. 

Practical ordnance. 

Sword exercise. 

Steam. 

Practical electricity. 



Field artillery. 

Company. 

Steam tactics (4). 
Seamanship (1). 
Target, great guns (4) 

liattery drill 0). 

Battalion infantry. 

Seamnnship. 

Seiimanship. 

Battalion artillery. 

Practical electricity. 

Steam. 

Sword exerciae. 

Practical ordnance. 

Practical electricity, i 

Steam. 

Sword exercise. , 

Practical ordnance. I 



Steam tactics (4). 
Seamanship (1). 
Target, great guns (i) 
Batterv drill (1). 
Field artillery. 

Company. 

Battalion infantry. 
Seamanship. 
Seamanship. 
Battalion artillery. 
Sword exercise. 
Practical ordnance. 
Practical electricity. 
Steam. 

Sword exercise. 
Practical ordnance. 
Practical electricity. 
Steam. 



SEMI-ANNUAL EXAMINATION. No Drills. 



1 Steam. 

2 Practical electricity. 

3 , Seamanship. 

4 Sword exercise. 

1 i Itettalion artillery (4) 
' Seamanship (1). ' 
Target, great guns (4) 
Batterv drill (1). 
Skirmish (4). 
Seamanship (1). 
Steam tactics (4). 
Seamanship (1). 
Torpedties (4). 
Landing party (1). 
Steam tactics (4). 
Battery drill (1). 
Seamanship (4). 
Seamanship (1). 
Battery dnll (4). 
Battery drill (1). 
SeaniRnship (4). 
Landiug party (1). 
Deviation compass(4) 
Seamanship (1). 
Battalion infantr>'(4) 
Seamanship (1). 



4 

M. 

T. 

W. 

Th. 



Battalion infantry. 

Battalion artillery. 

Seamanship. 

Steam tactics. 
F. i Battalion infantry. 
S. Battle driU. 



Jnne 1 
to 10. 



June 10 

to 
Aug 



) 10 ) 
> > .. 

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Seamanship. 
.Sword exercise. 
Steam. 

Practical electricity. 
Btittalion artillery (4) 
Seamanship (1). 
Steam tactics (4). 
Seamanship (1). 
Torpedoes (4). 
Landing party (1). 
Target, great guns (4) 
Battery drill (1). 
Skirmish (4). 
Seamanship (1). 
Steam tactics (4). 
Seamanship (1). 
Seamanship (4)- 
Landing party (1). 
Seamansnip (4). 
Seamanship (1). 
Seamanship (4). 
St^amanship (1). 
Deviation compa98(4) 
Seamanship (1). 
Battalion infantry (4) 
Seamanship (1). 

Battalion infantry. 
Battalion artillery. 
St^amanship. 
Steam tactics. 
Battalion infantrv. 
Battle drill. 



Practical electricity. 
Steam. , 

Sword exercise. 
Seamanship. 
Battalionaniller>'(l) 
Seamanship (1). 
Skirmish (4). i 

Battery drill (1) ' 

Target, great guns (4) 
Seamanship (1). 
Torpedoes (4). 
Seamanship (1). 
Steam tactics (4). 
Landing party (1). 
.Steam tactics (4). 
Battery drill (1). 
Seamanship (4). 
Seamanship (1). 
Batterv drill <4). 
Battery drill (I). 
Seainahship (4). 
Landing party (1). 
Deviation compass (4) 
Seamanship (1). 
Battalion infantry (4) 
Sktamanshi]* (1). 

Battalion infantry. 
Battalion ariillery. 
Seamanship. , 

Steam tactics. 
Battalion infantry, i 
Battle drill. 



Sword exerciae. 
Seamanship. 
Practical electricity. 
Steam. 

Battalion artillery <4; 
Seamanship (1). 
Torpedoes (4). 
Seamanship (1). 
Steam tactics (4). 
Landing party (1). 
Skirmish <4i. 
Battery drill (1). 
Target, great guns (4) 
Seamansnip (l). 
Steam tactics (4) 
Seamanship (1). 
Seamanship (4). 
Landing party (1). 
Seamanship (4). 
Seamanship (1). 
Seamanship (4)- 
Seamanship (1). 
Deviation c^mpas«(4) 
Seamanship (1). 
Battalion infantry( 4) 
Seamanship (1). 

Battalion infantry. 
Battalion artillery. 
Sttamanship. 
Steam tactics. 
Battalion Infantry. 
Battle drill. 



ANNUAL EXAMINATION. 



I*ractice cruise. 



Drills will be sus))ended from December 24 to Januarv 2. There will bo "Fir© quarters" on one 
Wednesday afternoon in each month. Catlets of the Eingineer Division will take part in drills on 
board the Bancrqft when underway, in " Practical electricity," m "General steam tactics," and at 
**Fire quar-ters." At other times thev will have 'Steam drill." 

91 



92 



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3 

4 



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1 OompMiy. 



S FIrid artillery. 



Second diviidou. 



Tanpet, m a r h I n o 

gnn* (4). 
KMiuantliip (1). 
I Staani tactic* (4). 

Battery drill (I). 
Cum pan}*. 



3 Target, naehfne 

Heaounahip (1). 

4 Steam tartica U). Fteld artUler)' 



lUtteo- drill (1). 
1 Battal(oa infantry, 
a Seainanahip. 

Seamanahip. 

Ilaltailoa artillery. 



Steam. 

Siipiala (M. 
Snantaaiibip (2). 
Sword eKerviaa. 



I Staam. 
a Steam. 

3 SiKnalarJ). 
Sramaniihip (3). 

4 Sword ei,rrri«t*. 



Battalion Infantry. 

SeamauMhlp. 
I Seatnannhlp. 
' BtttUliiin artillery. 

Signala (H). 
! Seamanship (2). 

i^word eKerclao. 

Stnam. 

Steam. 

Slicnala (3). 
.Seamanship (2). 
Sword exen*iike. 

Steam. 

Steam. 



Thlnl diTialnn. 



Field Bf tiUery. 
rinnpany. 

Steam tart lea (4). 

Seamanship {\). 
Target, machine 

ffuns (4). 
Bttttt^rv drill (I). 
Battalion infantry. 
S('aiiian»kip. 
Srainanshlp. 
Battalion artlUery. 
Steam. 

Steam 

Sword ex(*n'i«e. 

Siinialo <:iK 
Sfainanahlp (3) 
St4«m. 

Steam. 

Sword axercUe, 

Siiniala (3). 
Seamanship <2). 



Fimrth «li%t**im 



tartia-a *t 



Seammaehip il 
Target, ai a t I . t ■ 

guna 14* 
lUtlrry drtM <1 
Flehl artllltrj 



BaUall<Nilata«t". 
Seamanalitf* 
Seamaual.i|i 
Battallilo artilV-- 
Sword e\en i*v 

Signale ( i » 
>namaashrp •:• 



steam 

Swcml r\0r% t^ 



Sifiialaiit 



Steam 

Sl4 



ip • ' 



SKM I ANN r .\ L K X A M I X ATIc >X 



Feb ... 1 .Stram. 

2 .M««m. 

3 Tract iral ordnance. 

4 .Swwrd e»errl«e 
liar. I B«tlalioiianilltT> (4» 

.S(Minait«lii|) (1). 
3 Tarjcet ;:n*al uiin* (4i 
B«tlrr\ lirlll a> 

3 >Vinn|iib (4). | 
S«'«itianiihli> <l). 

4 Stram tactic* U». 
S-anMii«iii|i (li 

Apr 1 Trtnc**!. atiiallannait) 

I.uuMlins |iart> ylt 

2 St>aro«ii«btii til. 
lUttrn (triU (1) 

3 ScMimaiiahtp. 

4 liattrrt drill. 
)l4\ . .. 1 .>tAin«ii*ii>|' (4). 

I aiiiliii^ partv<i|. 
3 r<Hii|»aIi\ (%} 

3 lUitaltoii iiifAiitrri4» 

Sr«liiAn>lllp {If. 

4 

M IUilta)M»n inr4nf*-«. 
T. iUlt4ti«>ii artillrr), 

W >• Alflllll«illp 

Til *»tf •*»« t« iic« 

K IUii.aliiiti Ml fan try 
tmX lUtlW driii 



Practtc.il ttriliiuncf. 
Swonl f»rri*iiM'. 

St4*lUll. 

.S(«>ara 

Itattaiifin artillery (4) 
Scjmatialiip (1>. 
St<<itiiii tjii lit a i4). 
S4'amnii«hi|i (1). 
Tartfrt.Niii ill artU4i4) 
Lauiliiic p4rty (h. 
TiirtSft, ;;rfi»< i:iiii*<4) 
lUiii T\ dnlld). 
>kiniii*)i i4i 

Sf.lll|l|||a|ll|l <1) 
>«*«IIUaU*blp. 

<M<uitiiah«bll> *4i 
l.«tMhiii: |t:krt\ il). 
.H«'aitiaii«ti>|i< 
>*<<auiaii<*lMp. 

<*oni|*Aii\ (Il 

Si-stUi4li«hlp i I) 

ftan.iIi«Mi iiif4ii(r> i4) 
>**aiii<«iiBhi|> 1 1). 

iutirthon infuntrr. 
lUIUlKiii arttllrr> . 

."V .«IU.tlla)ll|l 
Mt Mil IjH I It * 

liaii iliMii iiifantn*. 



.SirAlit 

Sifam. 

Swiinl oxen l»e. 

rra4*ttral tiniiiancr 

lbittiih«ittiirtil|rr> i4) 

S**>41|till|lllltp III 

Sklrmivb (I). 
lUttrrv drill (1) 
T.irfSi t liri-al cunaU) 
S«*aiitauabtp i\*. 
I'ATjiv^t. «mallann«{4) 
.s«Ntiiiait«bi|i (1). 
.Nlrjim Uii tua |4| 
I.MiiillQ}; |uirt\ iH, 
S««iiiiinalii|> Hi 
llaII«T> drill (1). 
.Sf*iuau«bip. 

IUtl<r> drill. 
Sf«iiiaii*lMp <4i. 
I.aiiiSMi|; pi»rt\ (1^ 

(*4IIM|MII\ l4l. 

Sra>iiai>«lii|i ill. 
IUtt.ihi>n mraom (4» 
>H-aiiianihip (1) 

Batt.vlifiti Infiitiirt 
lUltalittn Arlill«<r> . 
Srjtii4ii«hip. 
>!• Mil lai ll< • 
lUtt.i'iion mraotn . 
lUt tie drill. 



S«nrd f%r^ :•» 
I'rai tical ••r«Ai*A» • 
Siram 

.SlrARt 

lUltalMtR art It* • 
Si*amaM*l«i|> t 
larfiri •iu*ii **«■• < 
Sr.amaii*'*' t- i ' 
M' Aiii l«« I »• • 1 1 
l^andiri: |*«n% • 
>liiriiil*l. '«• 
lUttrr^ d'til '. 
larffH cr«4tc'(X'* • 
SratnaDfth i p . « « 
.>rAaaaM*t.>p 

Sramanahip 4 

LaiHlittc t*<^rtt 

S««JlMlCk*li t* 

('ont|wiMi «4t 
>^Amaai«'ii|« • 1 * 
lUilJihoe in(«* I' • ft- 
>*iMaai»«Ntp 1 

lUttalt«<e i«f*»i»"i 
BaltAlton art I •• * . 
S4 tmaaviup 
Mram faj •!•« 
lUl talkie m»»Mt ' 
llatiir itru. 



J%»Uf 1 I 

t*i l*» \ 



AXMAl. i:\.\MI.\All«>S- 



|>rt;l« wtii I*, aitftii^n*}*.!! fr*>m !tw<<r«>aibrr 34 to Jauuar) 3 Ihrrr willlw ' Firv qoartvra •• «*« 
^ •«1(i«-mU> ali« rut«o lit rai h ntuoih 



PRACTICAL INSTKUCTTON. 



93 



SE(!09D CLAK(^Continu«(l. 



Week. 



Day. 






First Hection. 



Secoiitl BM^tion. 



Third seotion. 



Honilay ... 


1 


Bench. 


Bench. 


; 


2 


Bench. 


Target practice. 




3 


Target practice. 


Target practice. 


! Tuesday... 


1 


Bench. 


Bench. 


1 


2 


Target practice. 


Bench. 




3 


Target practice. 


Target prai^tice. 


Wednesday 


1 


Bench. 


Bench 




2 


Bench. 


Target practice. 


' 


3 


Target practict'. 


Target practice. 


ThurMlay.. 


1 


Bench. 


Bench. 




2 


Target practice. 


Bench. 


1 


3 


Target practice. 


Target practice. 


Fridwv 


1 


Bench. 


Bench. 


1 


2 


Bench. 


Target practice. 


1 


3 


Target practice. 


Target practice. 


Saturday .. 


1 
2 


Bench. 


Bench. 


1 

\ Monday . . . 


3 
1 


Bench. 


Bench. 


1 


2 


Bench. 


Target practice. 




3 


Target practice. 


Target praotise. 


TueMlay . . . 


1 


Bench. 


Bench. 




2 


Target practice. 


Bench. 


. 


3 


Target practice. 
Blacksmith shop. 


Target practice. 


WedDosds.y 


1 


Pattern and holler shops. 




2 


Blacksmith shop. 


Target practice. 




3 


Target practice. 
Blacksmith shop. 


Target practice. 


i Thursday.. 


1 


Pattern and boiler shops. 


' 


2 

3 


Target practice. 
Target practira. 


Pattern and iMiilershops. 
Target practice. 
Pattern and boilershops. 


; Friday . . . 


1 


BlackHmith shop. 




2 


Blacksmith shop. 


Target practice. 


t 


3 


Target practice. 
BlAcksniith shop. 


Target practice. 


Saturday 


J 
2 


Pattern and boilershops. 


Monday . . . 


a 
1 


Pattern and boiler shops. 


Blacksmith shop. 




2 


Pattern and boilershops. 


Target practice. 




3 


Target practice. 
Pattern and boiler shops. 


Target practice. 
Blacksmith shop. 


Tuesday . . 


I 




2 


Target practice. 


Blacksmith shop. 




3 


Target practice. 


Tajg«t practice. 


AVednesday 


1 


Pattern and lN)iler shops. 


Blacksmith shop. 


1 

1 


2 


Pattern and boilershops. 


Target practice. 




3 


Target practice. 


Target practice. 
Blacksmith shop. 


1 Tbursilay.. 


1 


Pattern and boiler shops. 




2 


Target practice. 


Blacksmith shop. 




3 


Target practice. 


Target practice. 


Friday 


1 


Machine tools. 


Machine tools. 


1 ■' 


2 


Machine tools. 


Target practice. 




3 


Target practice. 
Maciiiue tools. 


Target practice. 
Machine tools. 


Saturday .. 


1 
2 


Monday ... 


3 
1 


Machine tools. 


Machine tools. 


• 


2 


Machine tools. 


Target practice. 


1 


3 


Target practice. 
Maci)ine t<ioU. 


Target practice. 
Macliine tools. 


' Tuesday... 


1 


1 


2 


Target practice. 


Machine tools. 




3 


Target practice. 


Target practice. 
Machine tools. 


Wednf»sday 


1 


Machine tools. 


1 


2 


Machine tools. 


Target practice. 




3 


Target pnu^tice. 
Mociiino tools. 


Target practice. 
Machine tools. 


Thursday.. 


1 




2 


Target practice. 


Machine tools. 


I 


3 


Target practice. 
Mactiine tools. 


Target practice. 


Friday 


1 


Machine tools. 




2 


Machine tools. 


Target practice. 




3 


Target practice. 
Machine tools. 


Target practice.. 
Machine tools. 


Saturday .. 


1 
•> 

3 



Machine tools. 
Machine tools. 
Target practice. 
Macbino tRiols. 
Target practice. 
Target practice. 
Macnine tools. 
Machine tools. 
Target practice. 
Machine tools. 
Target practice. 
Tarset practice. 
Machine tools. 
Machine tools. 
Target practice. 
Machine toola. 



Machine tools. 

Machine tools. 

Target practice. 

Mat-tune tools. 

Target practice. 

Target practice. 

Bench. 

Bench. 

Target practice. 

Bench. 

Target practice. 

Target practice. 

Bench. 

Bench. 

Target practice. 

Bench. 



Bench. 

Bench. 

Target practice. 

Bench. 

Target practice. 

Target practice. 

Bench. 

Bench. 

Target practice. 

Bench. 

Target practice. 

Target practice. 

Black ami th shop. 

Blacksmith shop. 

Target practice. 

Blacksmith shop. 



Blackamith shop. 
Blacksmith shop. 
Target practice. 
Blacksmith shop. 
'J'arget practice. 
Target practice. 
Pattern and boilershops. 
Pattern and boilershops. 
Target practice. 
Pattern and boilershops. 
Target practice. 
Target practice. 
Patt«rn and boilershops. 
Pattern and lioiler shoiis. 
Target practice. 
Pattern ai*d boiler shops. 



94 



PBACTICAL INSTRUCTION. 



HECOXD rLA»i>(*^olinu«^L 



Wt-fk. 



Ihi! 



Fourth Mei'tlon. 



Ft nil M^rtioti. 



SUlh aMttvt. 





MoiwUy . • . 


1 

3 
3 ' 




TorMtay. . 


1 ' 






•» 

^ 1 


• 


WMlBTMiay 


1 ' 
2 


t 


TljurMUy 






■• 






3 




KniUy .... 


1 






2 


« 




3 




Sat unlay 


J 






.1 




MiiDilay .. 


I 
2 
3 




TiifMlav 


1 






•• 

3 




' WMtiriMUy 


t 


o 




2 

3 


e 
y 


TliiirwUx . 


t 


Z 




2 

3 




FrHU> 


1 






* 

3 




NilunU> 


t 
•• 

u 




1 MmiiU) 


1 

2 
3 




Tlti-*«U\ 


1 

♦> 

m 

.1 




Wr«lorMU} 


1 


• 


riiuraiU^ 


1 

1 

1 


f- 




J 




1 rt\\m\ 


1 

•• 

* 

J 




>alitrtl.i% 


1 
•» 

ii 




MMitiU\ 


1 
•* 

1 




I ti«Mla« 


1 

* 




1 


1 


k. 


\\ illlM mt\*\ 


1 
1 


i. 


Tii'ir»*t«\ .. 


1 




1 


1 




1 VtiAjky 


J 

* 

1 




^.Alflnl•) 


1 

« 
* 



Mnrhina to»iU. 

Turi;rt pmclu^^. 
Mat' htm* tiMilii. 
Miichiut' tiMiU. 

Tarui't pDM't »r»». 
Muchin««t«M»lii. 

TMrtti-t |ir.*i<'ti(^. 
Tiiru'rt prjirlicf. 
Mu4*lnno totiU. 
Mar hi lit* tu«iU. 
i'ttrcrt |ir.i*ll<"o. 
Mnrhint* tiMilii. 
'I'liritrt |ira«'ti4H>. 
Tarutt i»nwflcv. 
Mai hiDo toola 



M^rhine tfM»U. 
'Jarj;*'! prartii-« 
Tarurt |irn« tli<*. 
Ma* hiiM* iiNiU. 
Mafhiiif ttMita. 
'larirel prw lit*«>. 

Tarui't prmrtiro. 

lar^rt pnM'tM'r. 

Ii4*iirh. 

IWiK h. 

Tariffi practttr. 

lU'lH )i. 

Taij*''! prartlrr. 
Tarn* I prartue. 
lU«ti«-h. 



Briiih. 

'raru* I prartifM*. 

Tdrtft t pra«-ti(*r. 

lU'lH ll 

f.ir)St>l practi<-f. 

T«in:«-t prai-tiir. 

Tar ji I jiraitit* . 

|t*'nt )i. 

IbiMh. 

la',;*'! pr.iPltri- 

Pat (•■rii .iimI )Mii]«'r aIi«»|m 

'I •X ^* t \*fA* t l< i' 

1 .ir;:<t |ira< li««<. 
I'altriuaiiil btMlfrahu|M 

Pattt rn ati«l )M>tl«r ahMpa 
Ta'^i I pr.M tt« V 
\ ar^* I prai ii<r 
l'*|i» m .iii«l U»il« r fth«*fn 
l*Atl< rii >iimI lntil« r ALHit* 
'I a*»* I |M ai li« t* 

It'.tl k^lMll ll HtlMll. 
I .I'^t t |l' 41 III I 

I ir^'« I \*r Ml I ♦• 
1(1 II k»n.>Ili tthiip 

It! t< k a'li itli •Imi|i. 

1 »r^ft fii«i< t < t*. 

it. t< i •til t h ■hop. 

i «' .'■ I pr «' t 11 
T»'.« I !•' •• til * 
lil M kfttftilli uluip. 



ltla<*kainUh aliop. 
lUiM'kanttth ahwp. 
Tarjc«-t pr«i*tlrr. 
Iilaik«niilh abop. 
rarm*l prailitr. 
Tari^'l |ira(-tic*'. 
lUarkaiuilh ahiip. 
IUat*kMtitlh ah«»p. 
Tarjci't prart|tc> 
Blarkmiiilh nh<ip. 
Tarjjit pr.u'lijv. 
Tar}£« t prartMv. 
I*ai i4Tnaii«l lioiirr »ht»pa 
Put t«<r tin 11)1 iMttii<rahn|ia 
Taruf't pr.irliir. 
I*al U*ru ati«l bullrrabttp* 



rathTnaml b«tilcrah«»pK 
l*att*<rti ainl ImiI rr*li«»|ia. 
Tarctl prH4'iii««'. 
I'nl !«• 1 11 H till iMtilrr «bopa 
r.ir^«*t pra# firr. 
lar):« I pimciir**. 
Macliin*^ tofila. 
Mai hitit* tiNila. 
Tartf#«l priM'Iti*'. 
M aril t lift t Oil la. 
Tari;*'t pra<!ir»*. 
Taru* t |»r4rli4««. 
Mai hint« t«MiU 
Ma* htor t<Hi|«. 
Taru*'! pra« t li**». 
Mm'hlur touU. 



Ma* hino Umla. 
Mil* htue ItioU. 
Til r^ it pm( tlrr. 
Mai ill UP t<M>la. 
I ar;:*'t pr.irf I**** 
Tarifi t jira* t)< «*. 
Mai iiiiM* liMtla. 
M<i< hllir IihiIn. 
rur^ii prai ti««* 

Mill' It I III* l«H»l« 

Tar^i't pra* tiir. 
1 ar tt*( prit4'tk«* 
It* III ll. 
lUiii h 

lai^rl prarlHr. 
lU-u. b 



II* tif U 

I •*'«:' t pra«*ll«r 

lUii. I. 

I'd I 1.1 t |ira* li««* 

1 .1' i:i I pri*( til f 
lb ll. U 
lb II. \i 

1 •>' C**! prat IW« 
lU III h 

I at c* • pf'** ••• • 
Tj' u* I pr.*i ttf ■ 
IUii.il 
iU ... h 

I I'tTi t prat ikir 
lU II. h 



Pattern mmI Iwa «»r • t 
Tartft't prartA<v 
Tar|r«*t prmttrw 
Patif rn aii«l b^* ^ r • 
PatliTii«n«ll«< • • • 
laricrl pra«i*«T 
PattrrnaMtl !»•*> r • ' 
Taricvt pra«t.<« 
Tari{rl pfa*-iH* 
Pallrrfianil taiH^ •>•' 
Palt**rnauill»i«.* • • 
Tartft't pr M ti> « 
lUai kantllh •! • , 
Tari*ri pra« tM« 
Tar in** pra* t"» 
IIU* kMUltb ab* f 



niarkamith ah**!. 
Targrt pra* t»«. 
'Iari:rt pra> i» « 
lUa* kaiatlb tt^ r 

HhikalUllb *t ) 

TaritrC pra4 !•«* 
Ma« binr t4HM* 
1 ar|r*'t prart.««> 
Targ«*l pra* 'Mr 
Ma«-)itri4t l***«i* 

MiM'bllH* t«M>»a 

Tarcft pia. t « 
MarbiOf* lt«t.U 
Tar-f**! pra* i*. « 
Tari^ft pro* tM« 
Mai tUDr t«M*)a 



Mai-hinr t«>»U 
Targri finu tMv 
Target pro* t«v 
MarliitM* ItMiU 
Ma* hinr !«■•'• 

, Tarit*"! pi»* I ** 
Ma«hliH> tt«»l« 

■ Farcrl pra* *^r. 
Tarc**t pra« t-* 
Marhiif* it«»i« 
Marhiiir |«*»U 
Far^l |«raf«M*r 
iW-nr; 

I arfvi pr»< tt«r 
lar^rl prait»i« 
ll«-tt«b 



llrnrh 

rarest {•r««tfe>«' 

1ar|^t pr*f tat* 

lb n* h 

iWiit h 

I »t £rt pr»« tNv 

lUii. b. 

I arc* I pr*«t av 

l^' k« t pra* tuv 

iW-iitlt. 

m tc h 

ratizti |ir«rtar* 

Itriif )i 

larc*! icrwtwv 
lar^*« I |>r«a tiiv 
Ilrtiih 



S'.'it. I'.r*l |» rt *l • a 'it tulii) mm «iiii| i* 1 1 h| I »Mitlp. 



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« 



PRACTICAL INSTRUCTION. 



95 



THIRD CLASS. 



Academic 
months. 1 



Oct. 



2»ov 



Sec 



Jan 



Feb 



Mar. 



Apr. 



May 



« 



First division. 



Second division. 



1 

2 

J 
3 

4 I 

I' 

3 
4 

1 



Company. 

Field artiller}-. 

Boats (4) 
Seamanship (I). 
Boats (4). 
Battery drill (1). 
Battalion infantry. 
Seamanship. 
Seamanship. 
Battalion artillery. 
Steam. 

2 ^ Target,sniall umis(3) 

Great {n>ns (2). 
3> Seamanship. 

4 ' Sword exercise. 

1 Steam. 

2 

3 

4 



Target,smaII armM<3) 
Great gnns (2) . 
Seamanship. 



Sword exerciMe. 



Boats (4). 
Seamanship (I). 
BoatM (4). 
Batterv drill (1). 
ComiMiiiy. 

Field artillery. 

Battalion infantry. 
Seaniauehtp. 
Searonitship. 
Battalion artillerj*. 
Seamanship. 

Sword exercise. 

Steam. 

Target, small arms(3) 
Great f^UiB (2). 
Seamanship. 

Sword exercise. 

Steam. 

1 
Target, small arms(3) 
Great guns (2). 



Third division. 

Field artillery. 
Company. 



Fourth division. 



Boats (4) 
Seamanship /l). 
Boate (4). 
Batt4»ry drill (1). 
Field artillery. 



Boats (4). 

Seamanship (1). 

Boats (4). 

Battery drill (1). 

Battalion infantry. 

Seamanship. 

Seamnnship. 

Battalion artillery. 

Target, small arm's (3) Sword exerciiie. 

Great guns (2;. 

Steam. 



Company. 

I 

. Battalion infantry. 

' Seamanship. 

, Seamanship. 

' Battalion artillery. 



Sword exercise. 
Seamanship. 



Seamanship. 

Target, small ariim(3) 
Great guns (2). 
Steam. 



Target, small arms(3) , .S wonl exercise 

Great guns (2). 

Steam. 



Swonl exercise. 
Seamanship. 



Seamanship. 

Target, small arnis(3) 
(treat guns (2). 
Steam. 



SEMI. ANN TAL KXAMINATIOX. 



1 Steam. 



2 
3 
4 



Target, small arms (3) 
Great gnns (2>. 
Signals (3). 
Seamnnship (2). 
Sword exorcise. 

' Battalion artitler>' (4) 
■ Seamanship (1) 
' Target, smallnnns<4) 
i Batterv drill (I). 
I Skirmish (4). 
I Seamanship (1). 
; Seamanship. 

Boats (4). 

Landing party (1). 
Searaansliin ()). 
Battery drill (t). 
Seamanship. 

4 i Battery drill. 

1 I Seamanship (4). 

Landing party (1). 

2 Company <4). 
Seamanship (1). 

3 Battalion infant ry (4) 
Seamanship (1). 



I 



F. 
S. 



Jnne I to ) \ 
10. 5 - • 



4 
M. 

T. 



Battalion infantry. 
I Battalion artillery. 
W. ' Seamanship. 
Th. Boats. 



Battalion infantry. 
Battle drill. 



Signals (3). 
Seamanship (2). 
Sword exercise. 

Steam. 

Target, small arms (3) 
Great guns (2). 
Battalion artillery (4) 
Seamanship (1). 
Seamanship. 

I 

Boatn (4). 
Landing party (1). 
Target, small arms (4i 
Battery drill <1). 
Skirmish (4). 
Seamanship (1). i 

Seamanship. 

Seamanship (4). 
Landing party (I). 
Seamanship. 
Seamanship. { 

Company (4). 
Seamanship (1). 
Battalion infantry (4) 
Seamanship (1). 

Battalion infantry. 

Battalion artillery. 

Seamanship. 

Boats. 

Battalion infantrv. 

Battle drill. 



; Target, Kinallarnis (3) 
j (rreat guns (2). 
, Steam. 



Sword exercise. 

Signals (3). 
Seamanship (2). 
Battalion artillery (4) 
Seamanship (1). ' 
Skirmish '4). 
Battery drill (1). 
Target, smallarms (4) 
Seamanship (1). 
Boats (4). 
Seamanship (I). 
Seamanship (4). 
Landing party (1). 
ScamanHhip (4). 
Battery drill (1). 
Seamanship. 

Battery drill. 
Seamanship (4). 
Landing party <1). 
Company (4). 
Seamanship (I). 
Battalion infantry (4) 
Seamanship (1). 

Battalion infantry. 

I^ttalion artillery, 

Seamanship. 

Boftta. 

Battalion infantrv. 

Battle drill. 



Swonl exercise. 

Signals <3). 
Seamanship (2). 
Target, smallarms (3) 
Great guns (2). 
Steam. 

BatUlhm artillery (4> 
Seamanship (1). 
Boats (4). 
Seamanship (1). 
Seamanship (4). 
Landing party (1). 
Skirmish (4). 
Battery drill (1). 
Target, amall armH (4) 
Seamanship (1). 
Seamanship. 

Seamanship (4). 
Landing party (1). 
Seamanship. 
Seamanship. 

Company (4). 
Seamanship (1). 
Battalion infantry (4) 
Seamanship ^l). 

Battalion infantry. 

Battalion artillery. 

Seamanship. 

BoatM. 

Battalion infantry. 

Battle drill. 



ANNUAL EXAMINATION. 



Jane 10 , 
to Aug. j 
28. I 



!■ 



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Drills Mill lie auspended from IVceniher 24 to January 2. There will be "Fire quarters" on<^ 
Wcidnesday afternoon in each month. 



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ANNUAL REGISTER 



UNITED STATES NAVAL ACADEMY, 



ANNAPOLIS, MD. 



FIFTY-FIRST ACADEMIC YEAR. 



1895 -'96. 



WASHINGTON: 

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE. 

1896. 



CONTENTS. 



Pago. 

Historical Sketch 5-7 

Superintendents 9 

Board of Visitors 11 

Academic Calendar 12 

Calendar, 1895-'96 13 

Officers of the United States Naval Academy 15-18 

Academic Board 18 

Cadet Officers 19 

Practice Cruise, Summer of 1895 19-22 

Practical Instruction, Summer of 1895 22 

Classes at the beginning of the Year 1895-^96 23-31 

Numerical Summary 31 

Cadets, with Relative Standing in Classes, June, 1895 33-47 

Appointments, Discharges, Resignations, Dismissals 48, 49 

Merit Rolls 50-65 

Regulations for Admission of Candidates 67-72 

Course op Instruction 73-88 

Assignment of Time 89 

Programme of Recitations 90 

Table of CofiFFiciENTS 91 

Course of Practical Instruction 92,93 

Programme OF Practical Instruction 94-99 

Summary of Practical Instruction 100,101 

3 



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. Polk. It 
was formally opened October 10 of that year under the qame of the Naval School, 
with Commander Franklin Buchanan as superintendent. It was placed at Annapolis, 
Md., on the land occupied by Fort Severn, which was given up by the War Depart- 
ment for the pnrpose. The course was fixed at five years, of which only the first 
year and the last were spent at the school, the intervening three years being passed 
at sea. This arrangement 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