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  • ...' in the [[Battle of the River Plate]], as well as [[H.M.S. Ajax (1880)|an ironclad battleship launched in 1880]]. By the end of 1913, she and the rest of the {{UK-BS|2}} were all equipped with [[British_Wireless_Systems#Short_Distance_Set
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  • As Captain of the ironclad {{UK-2Achilles}} he was described by ''Vanity Fair'' caricaturist 'Spy' (Sir Les When a muzzle-loading gun aboard the ironclad {{UK-1Thunderer}} exploded in January 1879 during gunnery practice, Heneage disp
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  • ...August, 1861. After fourteen months at ''Excellent'', he was placed in {{UK-1Warrior}} in April 1863 for an additional fourteen months service. In June, 1870, he transferred to the ironclad H.M.S. ''Ocean'', flagship of Vice-Admiral Sir Henry Kellett, Commander-in-
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  • ...e was ordered back to Britain. From 2 to 31 March he was appointed to the ironclad ''Achilles'', and 1 April he was appointed Commander in the ''Sans Pareil's ...and of the new armoured cruiser [[H.M.S. Drake (1901)|''Drake'']] in the {{UK-CS}}.
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  • ...dbot:officeAdmSuper otitle="Admiral Superintendent, Chatham Dockyard" nat="UK"> ...e="Deputy Superintendent and King's Harbour Master, Chatham Dockyard" nat="UK">
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  • ...On 17 October, 1883, he was appointed Acting {{LieutRN}} to the gunboat {{UK-1Flirt}} on the Cape station. He was formally promoted to the rank of Lieut ...S.S. ''Cuzco'', arriving back on 9 June. He was appointed to the cruiser {{UK-1Mersey}} for the annual manœuvres from 4 July to 22 August, then com
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  • Bethell was born in London. He joined the central ironclad battery ship [[H.M.S. Hercules (1868)|''Hercules'']] as a Sub-Lieutenant on ...o Britain soon enough, for he studied to qualify as a torpedo officer in {{UK-Vernon}} from 30 September 1879 until the end of the following June. He ser
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  • He was appointed to the ironclad ''Caledonia'' on 17 April and to the battleship ''Lord Warden'' on 26 May. He assumed command of the {{UK-Edgar|f=t}} on 16 July, 1901.<ref>Callaghan Service Record. {{TNA|ADM 196/
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  • ...eorge V''. p. 8.</ref> After much controversy, the use of the corvette {{UK-Bacchante}} was eventually approved, and it was agreed that in spite of the ...les of the Game''. pp. 226-227.</ref> Instead, he was appointed to the [[ironclad]] [[H.M.S. Sultan (1870)|''Sultan'']] on 10 January, 1884, having attained
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  • ...anuary, 1860, which does not coincide with a regular intake into the new {{UK-1Britannia|f=tp}}, but perhaps means he was a late arrival for the [[::Cate On 2 April, 1889 Drury assumed command of the old central battery ironclad, ''Bellerophon'', flagship of the North American station. He paid her off
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  • |{{UK-1Swiftsure|f=p}}||central battery ironclad||15 Jun, 1870||Sold 1908 |{{UK-1Triumph|f=p}}||central battery ironclad||27 Sep, 1870||Sold 1921
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  • ...He was transferred in July, 1863 to the ''Defence'', a new wooden hulled ironclad which he later described as "a slovenly, unhandy tin kettle" <ref>Beresford ...Issue '''32939''', col A, p. 10.</ref> In May of 1891, Beresford was in {{UK-1Undaunted}} in Alexandria, preparing to receive 300 guests for a ball when
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  • On 15 June, 1886, he was appointed in command of the {{UK-1TB31|f=t}}.{{NLJul86|p. 245}} In 1902, {{UK-Pearl}} turned in a bad prize firing effort, earning Ashe the Admiralty's d
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  • ...in 1876, and attained sufficient distinction to become a {{MidRN}} in the ironclad ''Iron Duke'', flagship on the [[China Station]] upon leaving the training ...from 1892 in the cruiser {{UK-Orlando}} in Australian waters, and in the {{UK-1Centurion}} and [[H.M.S. Endymion (1891)|''Endymion'']] on the China Stati
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  • ...mber, 1893, in response to the public outcry surrounding the loss of the [[ironclad]] [[battleship]] [[H.M.S. Victoria (1887)|H.M.S. ''Victoria'']]. ...s on matters relating to the collision between the {{UK-Camperdown}} and {{UK-Victoria}}, and the circumstances attending the subsequent sinking of the '
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  • ...ngest ironclad ship built at Portsmouth, being five feet longer than the {{UK-1Colossus}}. She underwent engine trials on 7 March, 1887 before her ultim ...d that ''Camperdown'', rather than {{UK-2Ajax}}, would relieve the aging {{UK-Agamemnon|f=tp}} in the Mediterranean, sailing from Portsmouth to do so.{{N
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  • |{{UK-DukeOfWellington|f=p}}||receiving ship||14 Sep, 1852||Broken up 1904 |{{UK-2Amazon|f=p}}||wooden screw sloop||23 May, 1865||Sunk 1866
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  • Heneage was appointed additional to the ironclad ''[[H.M.S. Triumph (1870)|Triumph]]'' on 30 August, 1887.<ref>"Naval and Mi He served as commander in {{UK-Nile}}, {{UK-Niobe}} and {{UK-Hogue}}. A rather dismal inspection of ''Hogue'' by Rear-Admiral Henderson
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  • ...d to wait nine months before being rated {{MidRN}}. His first ship was the ironclad ''Agincourt'' at the Dardanelles, which he joined via the trooper [[H.M.S. ...the torpedo course, obtaining a 2nd class certificate in June, and on to {{UK-Excellent}} for the gunnery course, where he again obtained a 2nd class in
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  • ...e [[H.M.S. Doris (1857)|''Doris'']] from 13 November, 1867 and then in the ironclad warship [[H.M.S. Ocean (1862)|''Ocean'']].<ref>Davis Service Record. {{TNA After just over two weeks in command of {{UK-2Daring}}, Davis transferred to the turret ship [[H.M.S. Wivern (1863)|''Wi
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