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  Organisation
  Service Conditions
  Pay & Allces
  Marriage Allce
  Shooting Prizes
  Submariner Pay

Officers
  Chaplains
  Clerks
  Dentists
  Engineers
  Executive
  Instructors
  Paymasters
  Schoolmasters
  Secretaries
  Surgeons

Warrant Officers

Ratings
  Artificers inc ERAs
  Artizans
  Cinema
  Coders
  Communications
  Cooks
  Domestics
  Draughtsmen
  Electrical
  Lamp Trimmers   Mechanicians
  Photography
  Regulating
  Sailmakers
  Seamen
  Shipwright
  Sick Berth
  Stewards
  Stokers
  Stores
  Victuals
  Wireman
  Writers

  Locally Entered Personnel
  Coast Guard
  Recruiting
  RFC, RNAS, FAA
  Reserves
  RM & Band
  RM Police

  Miscellaneous
  Pensions
  Post War Credits   Prize Money
  Retirement
  War Gratuities
  Salvage
 
Conditions of Service in the RN and RM - Pay and Allowances, Promotion, Establishment of Branches - Officers and Ratings etc.

1907 - 1949

Index of Extracts from the London Gazette sourced by the Admiralty

Due to the nature of the data i.e. an article may relate to one, two or more subjects, you may need to search around for what you are looking for - on the other hand I may not have found it, or, if introduced prior 1907, it is unlikely to have been published in the Gazette. Don't forget that with the keys "Control + F" you can do a word search.

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† NB Prize Money is usually split into a number of factors which include head money in respect of the starting numbers of crew of enemy vessel to which a sum of money will be paid as a Prize Bounty - usually in the region of about £5 each during WWI.

Prize money in respect of the sale of captured vessels, etc. was paid into the "Naval Prize Fund" and was not paid until after the end of the war when it was paid to those who were qualified - see "Regulating the Distribution of Prize Money to the Fleet" for the rules regarding entitlement ! See articles on "Naval Prize Fund" for details regarding when payment was made and to whom.

N.B. Most of the articles include standard phrases which add nothing to the data - in many instances I've discarded or abbreviated these phrases or attempted to reduce their impact by using a lighter font so the articles should, hopefully, be easier to read ? So the meat of the subject should be in this standard font. In addition, many dates have been spelt out in full and in many cases I've reduced them to a more modern format eg "from bearing date the fifth July, one thousand eight hundred and eighty-nine," to "of 5 July, 1889,".

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