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  • ...vy, Retired (6 September, 1863 &ndash; 9 June, 1947) commanded the [[Dover Patrol]] from 1915-17 and embarked on a post-retirement career as a naval historia ...} with seniority of 20 August, 1883. He was appointed in command of the {{UK-1TB33|f=t}} on 7 July 1887, for manoeuvres.<ref>"Naval & Military Intellige
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  • ...y-built monitors. ''Wolfe'' spent her entire war service with the [[Dover Patrol]], bombarding the German-occupied Belgian coastline, which had been heavily ...e flag of Vice-Admiral [[Reginald Hugh Spencer Bacon|Reginald Bacon]], the patrol's commander who had served with Moreton in the submarine service. Anchored
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  • ...als on 12 June, 1901 under the oversight of Captain [[Arthur Barrow]] of {{UK-Excellent|f=p}}, firing five rounds from her forward 12-in turret and seven ...nder William Chisholm-Batten|Alexander W. Chisholm-Batten]] paid off the {{UK-1Resolution}} on 9 October and he and his crew turned over to ''Formidable'
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  • ...31 March, 1887,<ref>''The London Gazette'': [http://www.london-gazette.co.uk/issues/25689/pages/1978 no. 25689. p. 1978.] 5 April, 1887.</ref> and rea ...ly friend. On 6 May, 1892, he received his first command, that of Torpedo Boat 21, which was commissioned for training purposes.<ref>{{TNA|ADM 196/42}}.
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  • ...nical questions in regard to fitting the same (except Yacht and Motor Boat Patrol, dealt with by ''Fourth Sea Lord''). <div name=fredbot:office0 otitle="Third Sea Lord" nat="UK">
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  • The '''Diary of Alec S. Tempest''' (1899-1978), signal boy aboard {{UK-Lion|f=p}} from 20 May 1915 through 26 April, 1919 can be found at the Cair If found please return to A.S. Tempest Siglm. 47 Mess {{UK-Lion|f=p}} or 37 Hunslett Road Leeds. If not able to do so please destroy
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  • ...December, 1889.</ref> On 6 May, 1890, he was appointed to the gun boat {{UK-Thrush}} on the [[North America and West Indies Station]], under the comman ...n 30 June, 1901.<ref>''The London Gazette'': [http://www.london-gazette.co.uk/issues/27335/pages/4780 no. 27335. p. 4780.] 19 July, 1901.</ref>
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  • ...s of "Special Service" (or "Q") ships, employing [[:Category:Depth Charge (UK)|depth charges]], bomb-throwers, non-directional hydrophones, Indicator or * the new strategy of grouping destroyers into [[Hunting Patrol]]s
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  • {{CaptRN}} [[Morgan Singer]] was commander of {{UK-Vernon|f=p}} at the start of the war, and appointed [[Director of Naval Ord Very large building programmes of T.B.D.s, submarines, patrol craft were started early in the war & immense numbers of trawlers, yachts &
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  • ...sunk as she returned to port.{{March|p. 141}} Commodore (T) was in the {{UK-Amethyst|f=t}}.{{March|p. 164}} ...d Bight]], destroyers {{UK-Laertes}}, {{UK-Laurel}}, {{UK-Liberty}}, and {{UK-Lysander}} torpedoed light cruiser {{DE-Mainz}}. Only ''Lysander'' avoided
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  • ...of early destroyers (both 27 and 30-knotters) and "[[Cricket Class Torpedo Boat (1906)|Coastals]]". It was assigned to the Third Division of the Home Flee ...ne'' were attached to the {{UK-Vernon}}. ''Hardy'' was attached to the ''{{UK-Excellent}}''.
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  • ...of early destroyers (both 27 and 30-knotters) and "[[Cricket Class Torpedo Boat (1906)|Coastals]]". It was assigned to the Third Division of the Home Flee ...der the orders of the Commander in Chief, Portsmouth and were tenders to {{UK-Pomone}}.
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  • ...|align=center|{{UK-Cynthia}}||align=center|{{UK-1Electra}}||align=center|{{UK-Fervent}} ...lign=center|{{UK-Porcupine}}||align=center|{{UK-1Recruit}}||align=center|{{UK-Zephyr}}
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  • ...me=fredbot:officecaptD otitle="Captain (D), Sixth Destroyer Flotilla" nat="UK"> ...estroyer W/T Sets]], part of an initiative to equip 26 destroyers in three patrol flotillas.{{ARTS1912|Wireless Appendix, p. 7}}
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  • |{{UK-1Algerine|f=p}}||gunvessel||1880||Sold 1892 |{{UK-1Lizard|f=p}}||gunboat||27 Nov, 1886||Sold 1905
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  • * Northern Patrol, by Donald L Kindell * Northern Patrol, by Donald L Kindell
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  • ...3, Leake was appointed Captain of {{UK-Amethyst}} and Captain (D) of the {{UK-DF|8}}.{{NLJul13|p. 276-7}} On 1 October he transferred to {{UK-Pathfinder}}, retaining command of the flotilla.<ref>Leake Service Record.
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  • ...was one of ten Rivers expected to arrive at Portsmouth in order to have {{UK-Vernon|f=p}} install wireless telegraphy equipment in them.{{NMI|Saturday, ...rrison]]. Upon arrival in Gibraltar, Harrison was to go over to command {{UK-Kestrel}}. ''Teviot'' was then to undergo a retubing refit at the Dockyard
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  • ...M.S. ''Bruizer''''' was one of thirty-six [[27 Knotter]]s, early [[Torpedo Boat Destroyer]]s built for the [[Royal Navy]] in the 1890s. ...s as part of a patrol flotilla out of Lamlash, which might well mean the {{UK-SF|9}}. She would be dropped from the ''Navy List'' by April, 1914.<ref>''
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  • ..., {{UK-1Ferret}}'s propeller entangled the painter of a boat, smashing the boat and throwing the three occupants into the drink. The men were rescued with In mid-1913, she was operating with {{UK-DF|9}} &mdash; a patrol flotilla.{{NLJul13|p. 374}}
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