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PENDLETON, E. C., LIEUTENANT. “Swatara," Asiatic Station.
PERKINS, G. H., COMMANDER. Concord, N. H.
PERKINS, H., LIEUTENANT. “Vandalia,” North Atlantic Station.
PERRY, T., LIEUTENANT. “Swatara,” Asiatic Station.
PHILLIPPI, E. T., PAST ASSISTANT ENGINEER. Asiatic Station.
PHYTHIAN, R. L., COMMANDER. 935 K Street, Washington.
PICKING, H. F., COMMANDER. "Kearsarge," North Atlantic Station.
PIGMAN, G. W., LT.-COMMANDER. “Wachusett," South Atlantic Station.
PILLSBURY, J. E., LIEUTENANT. 76 Boylston Street, Boston, Mass.
PLATT, R., MASTER. Boston, Mass.
POOK, S. H., NAVAL CONSTRUCTOR. Navy Yard, Boston.
PRINDLE, J. C., CIVIL ENGLNEER. Navy Yard, New York.
QUEEN, W. W., CAPTAIN. “Tenton,” European Station.
RAE, T. W., ESQ. 46 Queen Victoria Street, London, E. C., Eng.
RANSOM, G. M., COMMODORE. Navy Yard, Boston.
READ, G. A., PAST ASSISTANT PAYMASTER. Navy Department.
READ, J. J. COMMANDER. Light House Insp., St. Louis, Mo.
REAMEY, L. L., MASTER. Hydrographic Office.
REES, C. P., MASTER. Naval Academy.
REEVES, I. S. K., ASSISTANT ENGINEER. “Adams," Pacific Station.
REISINGER, W. W., LIEUTENANT. 1209 13th Street, Washington.
REITER, G. C., LIEUTENANT. Light House Office, Portland, Oregon.
REMEY, E. W., LIEUTENANT. “Trenton," European Station.
REMEY, W. B., CAPTAIN U. S. M. C. Navy Department.
RHOADES, W, W., LIEUTENANT. Anacostia P. O., D. C.
RICE, J. M., PROFESSOR. Naval Academy.
ROBESON, H. B., COMMANDER. Naval Academy.
ROBIE, E. D., CHIEF ENGINEER. "Pensacola," Pacific Station.
ROBINSON, L. W., PASSED ASSISTANT ENGINEER. Naval Academy,
RODGERS, C. R. P., REAR ADMIRAL. “Pensacola," Pacific Station.
RODGERS, J., REAR ADMIRAL. Naval Observatory.
RODGERS, W. L., CADET-MIDSHIPUAN. "Pensacola," Pacific Station.
ROELKER, C. R., PASSED ASSISTANT ENGINEER. Navy Department.
ROSS, A., LIEUTENANT. Annapolis, Md.
ROWAN, S. C., VICE ADMIRAL. Navy Department.
RUSH, R., LIEUTENANT. Naval Academy.
RUSSELL, B, R., IsT LIEUT. U, Ş. M. C. "Minnesota," New London, Ct.
RUTH, M. L., PASSED ASSISTANT SURGEON. Naval Academy,
SAMPSON, W. T., COMMANDER. “Swatara," Asiatic Station.
SANDS, B. F., REAR ADMIRAL. 816 15th Street, Washington.
SARGENT, N., MASTER. "Portsmouth,” Washington.
SAWYER, F. E., MASTER. Coast Survey Office.
SCHOULER, J., LIEUT.-COMMANDER. Arlington House, Washington.
SCHROEDER, S., LIEUTENANT. Hydrographic Office.
SEBREE, U., LIEUTENANT. Coast Survey Steamer “Bachè.”
SELFRIDGE, J. R., LIEUTENANT. Navy Yard, Washington.
SELFRIDGE, T. O., REAR-ADMIRAL. 2013, I St. Washington.
SHAW, C. P., LIEUTENANT. Hydrographic Office,
SHEPARD, E. M., COMMANDER. Naval Academy.
SHOCK, W. H., ENGINEER IN CHIEF. Navy Department.
SICARD, M., COMMANDER. Navy Yard, Boston.
SIGSBEE, C. D., Lt.-COMMANDER. 72, West St., Georgetown, D. C.
SIMPSON, E., COMMODORE. Naval Station, New London.
SKERRETT, J. S., CAPTAIN. Light-House Inspector, Portland, Me.
SKINNER, A. N., ASTRONOMER. Naval Observatory.
SLACK, W. H., MASTER. * Saratoga," Washington.
SLOANE, J. D., ASSISTANT ENGINEER. Kearsarge," N. Atlantic Station.
SMITH, D., CHIEF ENGINEER. “Nipsic," North Atlantic Station.
SMITH, J. A., PAYMASTER. Navy Pay Office, Washington.
SMITH, W. D., PASSED-ASSIST. ENGINEER. Navy Yard, Norfolk.
SNYDER, H. L., CHIEF-ENGINEER. Navy Yard, New York.
SOLEY, J. C., LIEUTENANT. Naval Academy.
SOLEY, J. R., PROFESSOR. Naval Academy.
SOUTHERLAND, W. H. H. MASTER. “Kearsarge," N. Atlantic Station.
SPEEL, J. N., PASSED-ASSISTANT PAYMASTER. New London, Conn.
SPERRY, C.S., LLEUTENANT. Richmond," Asiatic Station.
SPEYERS, A. B., LIEUTENANT. Naval Academy.
SPRAGUE, J. P., CHIEF ENGINEER. Naval Academy.
STANTON, J. R., P.-A. PAYMASTER. “Kearsarge," North Atlantic Station.
STANTON, O. F., CAPTAIN. Constitution.'
STAUNTON, S. A., MASTER. "Swatara," Asiatic Station.
STEPHENSON, F. B., P.-A. SURG., “Shenandoah," South Atlantic Station,
STEVENS, T, H., COMMODORE. Navy Department.
STOCKTON, C. H., LIEUTENANT. Navy Yard, New York.
STOCKTON, H. T., LIEUTENANT. London, England.
STRONG, E. T., LIEUTENANT. Navy Yard, Boston.
STRONG, W.C., LIEUTENANT. “Enterprise,” European Station.
TANNER, Z. L., LIEUTENANT. Hydrographic Office.
TAUSSIG, E. D., LIEUTENANT. 1219, Dolman St., St. Louis, Mo.
TAYLOR, H. C., LIEUTENANT-COMMANDER. Navy Yard, Washington.
TERRELL, T. C., LIEUTENANT. “Constitution."
TERRY, E., COMMANDER. * Pensacola," Pacific Station.
TERRY, N. M., PROFESSOR. Naval Academy.
THACKARA, A. M., LIEUTENANT. Navy Yard, Washington.
THOMAS, C., MASTER. Nautical Almanac Office.
THOMAS, C. M., LIEUTENANT. “ Constitution.
THOMAS, E. B., LIEUTENANT. Coast Survey Office.
TILLEY, B. F., LIEUTENANT. Naval Academy.
TILLMAN, E. H. C.-MIDSHIPMAN. Shenandoah, South Atlantic Station,
TILTON, MCL., CAPTAIN M. C. Annapolis, Md.
TOTTEN, G. M., LIEUTENANT. “Tennessee," North Atlantic Station.
TRAIN, C. J., LIEUTENANT-COMMANDER. Naval Academy.
TRIBOU, D. H., CHAPLAIN. Navy Yard, Boston.
TRILLEY, J., CHIEF ENGINEER. Wabash," Boston.
TRUXTUN, W. T., CAPTAIN. Navy Yard, Norfolk.
TRYON, J. R., SURGEON. Sturdevant House, New York.
TURNER, T. J., MED. INSPECTOR. Nary Department.
TURNER. W. H., LIEUTENANT. Navy Yard, Portsmouth.
TYLER, G. W., LIEUTENANT. Naval Academy.
UPSHUR, J. H., CAPTAIN. 1721, Rhode Island Ave., Washington.
VERY, E. W., LIEUTENANT. Nary Signal Office.
VREELAND, C. E., MASTER. * Ticonderoga."
WADHAMS, A. V., LIEUTENANT. “Nipsic," European Station.
WARD, A., MASTER. · Constitution."
WARING, H. S., MASTER. Saratoga," Washington.
WASHINGTON, R., PAY INSPECTOR. * Richmond," Asiatic Station.
WATSON, E. W. LIEUTENANT. Navy Yard, Norfolk.
WEBB, T. E., NAVAL CONSTRUCTOR. Navy Yard, New York.
WELLS, C. H., CAPTAIN. Navy Department.
WELLS, H., PASSED ASSISTANT SURGEON. Naral Hospital, Norfolk.
WEST, C. H. LIEUTENANT. Alliance," North Atlantic Station.
WHITE, U. S. G.. CIVIL ENGINEER. Navy Yard, Boston.
WILLIAMS, W. W., PAY INSPECTOR. Navy Yard, Washington.
WILSON, D. L. MASTER. 53, Bridge St., Georgetown, D. C.
WILSON, J. C., LIEUTENANT. Tennessee," North Atlantic Station.
WINDSOR, W. A., P.-A. Exgyr. “Kearsarge,
Kearsarge," North Atlantic Station.
WINSLOW, F., MASTER. 104, Chestnut St., Boston, Mass.
WISE, F. M., LIEUTENANT. Naval Academy.
WOOD, E. P., LIEUTENANT. · Enterprise,” European Station.
WOOLVERTON, T., SURGEOX. “Powhatan," North Atlantic Station.
WORDEN, J. L., REAR-ADMIRAL. 1428, K. St., Washington.
WRIGHT, A. H., LIEUT.-COMMANDER. 23, Jenning's Ave., Cleveland, O.
WYMAN, R. H., REAR-ADJIRAL. “Tennessee," North Atlantic Station.
YATES, I. I., LIEUTENANT. Pensacola," Pacific Station.
ZANE, A. V., ASSISTANT ENGINEER. Naval Academy.
COMMANDER A. D. BROWY. Naval Academy.
HON. R. B. FORBES, Milton, Mass.
CHIEF JUSTICE C. P. DALY, American Geographical Society, 11 West
Twenty-ninth Street, New York. C. W. ELIOT, LLD., PRESIDENT, Harvard University, Cambridge, Mass. CAPTAIN J. ERICSSON, 36 Beach Street, New York. C. P. PATTERSON, LLD., SUPERINTENDENT. Coast Survey. HON. R. W. THOMPSON, Secretary of the Navy.
ACKLAND, W. A. D., COMDR. R. N. H. B. M. S. Triumph, Pacific Station.
BAILEY, N. P., Esq. 11 West Twenty-eighth Street, New York.
BATTEN, A. W. C., LIEUT. R. N. H. B. M. S. Triumph, Pacific Station.
BRENTON, R.O.B. C., LIEUT. R. N.
BOUTELLE, C. O., ASSISTANT COAST SURVEY. Norfolk, Va.
BROOKE, J. M., Esq. Virginia Military Institute.
CHASE, LESLIE, ESQ. 30 Broad Street, New York,
DORR, E. P., Esq. Buffalo, N. Y.
FORSTER, E. J., Dr. Charlestown, Mass.
HOFFMAN, J. W., Esq. 259 South 17th Street, Philadelphia, Pa.
HUNT, W. P., Esq. South Boston Iron Works.
METCALFE, H., CAPTAIN U. S. A, Frankford Arsenal, Philadelphia, Pa.
MILLER, H. W., ESQ. Morristown, N. J.
MYERS, T. B., ESQ. 4 West 34th Street, New York.
NORDHOFF, C., Esq. Alpine, Bergen Co., N. J.
PEGRAM, J. C., Esq. 43 North Main Street, Providence, R. I.
ROOSEVELT, N. L., Esq. 14 Waverley Place, N. Y.
COMMODORE F. A. PARKER, June 10, 1879.
COMMANDER CHESTER HATFIELD, December 15, 1879.
MEDICAL DIRECTOR J. W. TAYLOR, January 19, 1880.
American Geographical Society.
Association Parisienne des Propriétaires d'Appareils à Vapeur.
Société des Ingénieurs Civils.
American Institute of Mining Engineers.
U. S. Military Service Institution.
American Society of Civil Engineers.
U.S. NAVAL INSTITUTE.
Annapolis, Md., Jan'y 8th, 1880. During the past year, the affairs of the Institute may be said to have met with unvarying success. The membership has increased until it now amounts to members, 368; honorary members, life members, and associate members, 14; and the establishment of the Branches attests the interest felt by officers, and their appreciation of the privileges and advantages of debate. The total number of papers presented during the year was twenty-four, of which the Executive Committee, exercising a just though not rigid censorship, have printed twenty. A number of professional papers on topics of general interest have been inserted, which, for various reasons, were not read at any meetings.
The notices of the Prize Essay on Naval Education were responded to by the presentation of ten essays for competition, a fact that cannot fail to be gratifying to those who initiated the movement. The judges selected were President Eliot, of Harvard University, Rear Admiral Ammen, of the Navy, and Engineer-in-Chief Shock, of the Navy. The judges were requested to name the most distinguished paper, and two others which they considered most worthy of comment. Their onerous task was accomplished with a skill and delicacy which, while it conferred high honors on the successful contestants, gilded the bitter pill of failure for the others.
The wisdom of the Institute in establishing its annual prize is also shown in the spirited discussions which took place, both in the Institute and in the public prints, proving that the Prize had been the means of stirring up many minds to thinking very seriously on a question of great professional importance.
The subject of the Essay for 1880 was recommended by a committee of officers and approved by the Institute. The Naval Policy of the United States. The judges selected by the Executive Committee, are Hon. Wm. M. Evarts, Secretary of State, Hon. R. W. Thompson, Secretary of the Navy, and Hon. J. R. McPherson, Senator. Eight es