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PEMBROKE-DOCK. NAVAL AND MILITARY INTELLIGENCE. ADMIRALTY, JULY 12. APPOINTMENTS.—Lieutenants—Dashwood G. Tandy, and Edward D. Law, to the Black Prince. Clerks—F. C. Good, to the Irresistible; Charles J. Bolt, ts the Fisgard, as supernumerary; and B. O. Horsford, to the Pallas. Assistant Clerk—Thomas F. Bate, to the Medusa. ADMIRALTY, JULY 13. APPOINTMENTS.—Surgeons—Dr David Duncan, to the Basilisk; and Jacob E. Dyas, additional, to the Cam- bridge. Assistant Paymaster—Edward B. Pillans, to the Asia. Chief Engineers—George Weeks, to the Indus, for charge of engines of the Howe; and Alfred Miller, to the Indus, for charge of engines of the Majestic. ADMIRALTY, JULY a. APPOINTMENTS. — Commanders — Henry iNI-Ciintock Alexander, to the Hector, 20, armoui-plated ship, at Portsmouth; Ernest A. T. Stubbs, to be inspecting com- mander in the Coastguard Servioe at Dingle, vice Francis B. Herbert to Wexford. Lieutenants—Francis H. Chapmen, late of the Enter- prize, to the Bristol, 31, flagship, on the West Coast of African Station; Herbert F. Gye, late of the Bluck Prince, to the Excellent, gunnery ship, at Portsmouth; Charles R, K, Smyth, to be Chief Officer in the Coastguard Ser- vice at Dundrum. Staff Commander Peter Loney, late of the Isis, to be Chief Officer of the South Yarmouth Coastguard Station. Surgeons—Edward P. Forrest, to be additional of the Lion; Benry Fegan, M.D, to be additional of the Dauntless; George W. J. Sutherland, to be additional of the Impregnable.

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