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quarter master, or, The second part of the Boatswain"s mate

quarter master, or, The second part of the Boatswain"s mate

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Published by N.Y. Religious Tract Society, Sold by P.W. Gallaudet in New York .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Other titlesBoatswain"s mate. Part 2
Statementbeing an interesting dialogue between two British seamen.
ContributionsMiscellaneous Pamphlet Collection (Library of Congress)
Classifications
LC ClassificationsAC901 .M5 vol. 812, no. 5
The Physical Object
Pagination24 p. ;
Number of Pages24
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL942798M
LC Control Number95853424

  The prime minister, the official organ, and the active and superintending officer, is the chief mate. He is first lieutenant, boatswain, sailing-master, and quarter-master. The captain tells him what he wishes to have done, and leaves to him the care of overseeing, of allotting the work, and also the responsibility of its being well done. This web site is presented for reference purposes under the doctrine of fair use. When this material is used, in whole or in part, proper citation and credit must be attributed to the Maryland State Archives. PLEASE NOTE: The site may contain material from other sources which may be under copyright.

Banyan. An example of the custom that continues to evolve or change over the years is the banyan, a special kind of party peculiar to the navy. In spite of the changing nature of the banyan party, there are three constants: it is always a fun occasion, it is held outdoors, and the emphasis is on good food, good drink and good fellowship — something along the lines of the old-fashioned picnic.   The captain and quartermaster to receive two shares of a prize: the master, boatswain, and gunner, one share and a half, and other officers one and quarter. XI. The musicians to have rest on the Sabbath Day, but the other six days and nights, none without special favour. Articles of Edward Low and George Lowther (English Pirates) I.

Search Book: Last Name: First Name: Rank. A sea captain, ship's captain, captain, master, or shipmaster, is a high-grade licensed mariner who holds ultimate command and responsibility of a merchant vessel. The captain is responsible for the safe and efficient operation of the ship‍—‌including its seaworthiness, safety and security, cargo operations, navigation, crew management, and legal compliance‍—‌and for the persons.


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Get this from a library. The quarter master, or, The second part of The boatswain's mate: being an interesting dialogue between two British seamen.

[George. The quarter master: or, The second part of The boatswain's mate: being an interesting dialogue between two British seamen. Author: George Charles Smith ; New York Religious Tract Society. The quarter-master, or, The second part of The boatswain's mate: being an interesting dialogue between two British seamen.

Quartermaster is a military term, the meaning of which depends on the country and service. In land armies, a quartermaster is generally a relatively senior soldier who supervises stores or barracks and distributes supplies and many navies, a quartermaster is an officer with particular responsibility for steering and seaman is a non-commissioned officer (petty officer.

The boatswain's mate, or, An interesting dialogue between two British seamen. Book Microform: Micro-opaque: EnglishView all 1 microopaque ; 23 x 15 cm. (Early American imprints. Second series ; no. Photographed with: The quarter-master, or, The second part of the boatswain's mate.

New-York: N.Y. Religious Tract Society. The boatswain works in a ship's deck department as the foreman of the unlicensed (crew members without a mate's licence) deck crew. Sometimes, the boatswain is also a third or fourth mate.

A boatswain must be highly skilled in all matters of marlinespike seamanship required for working on deck of a seagoing vessel. The boatswain is distinguished from other able seamen by the supervisory roles.

Used in combination, Boatswain Mate Third Class (BM3), defines both the rate, petty officer third class, and rating Boatswain Mate. Pay Grade Pay grade constitutes a numbering system from junior to senior, and is linear across all five branches of the U.S. military. Duties of the Sailing Master and Master’s Mate May 3, The Dear Knows Life and Duties, Primary Sources, The Resources, The Royal Navy 0 William Henry Smyth / Richard Holmes Laurie, A New Chart of the Mediterranean Sea Comprehending the Coasts from Cape St.

Mary: in Portugal to Constantinopel; and from Rabat, In Quarter master, to Alexandretto. Working Environment. After "A" school, USN Quartermasters are assigned to all types of ships. Full-Time Support (FTS) QMs are assigned to Navy Reserve Force (NRF) ships in the Continental United States (CONUS).

Upon completion of sea tours, FTS QMs will be assigned to reserve centers across the country including the heartland. Boatswain's Mate. In harbour, the boatswain's mate is a member of the gangway staff under the officer of the day. He pipes all orders and generally assists the quarter-master.

At sea, he keeps his watch within hail of the officer of the watch. Boondocks (Boonies) Area not considered part of the runway or taxiway, or a relatively isolated base. The National Mate / Oceans (OC) is a licensed officer in the deck department of a merchant ship and reports to the Chief Mate, the Captain or Master.

The Mate is a watch keeping officer who performs duties including, planning the vessel's route for each stage of the voyage, monitoring and recording the vessel's progress along the route.

The Second Mate (Second Officer) reporting to the First Mate usually held a First Mate certificate and sometimes also a Master Mariners certificate. The "Black gang" at work in the stokehold. The Third Mate reported to the more senior mates and would usually hold a Second Mate's certificate and be studying for his First Mate's ticket.

The Royal Navy actively employed children and minors within their ranks and indeed joining the Royal Navy as a boy was an often and unwritten prerequisite for a path towards an officer commission.

Positions for minors began with the generic term "ship's boy" which was open to young boys between the ages of eight to twelve, although there was no established cut off and there are records of boys.

In Honor of Name Of Chief Chief Boatswains Mate Warfare Designations - In Honor of Name Of Chief Chief Boatswains Mate ORDINARY CADET TO ABLE CADET TASK BOOK means a member of the ship's crew other Able-Bodied Seaman (A.B.) Quarter Master (Steersman) Ordinary Seaman (O.S.) Deckboy Rating as defined on STCW Code, means a member.

Part 2: Boatswain’s Mate A School On Sunday, Aug. 18, at I reported outside of Lincoln Hall at United States Coast Guard Training Center Yorktown for Boatswain’s Mate A school.

The rest of the class and I reported there wearing our tropical blue dress uniforms in formation waiting for the arrival of our class advisers.

Watch Quarter and Station Bill. In case the ship drags the Officer of the Deck may drop a second anchor at once and veer as necessary on both chains The following is the normal condition of the ground tackle when the ship is riding to one anchor.

On the riding chain. Boatswain's Mate of the Watch. The deceased came out Quarter-master (sic) of the Sirius frigate inwhen Governor Philip arrived at Port Jackson with the first fleet.

He afterwards became a settler at Norfolk Island, where he remained until the evacuation of that Settlement; when he joined the other settlers; who left the Island, and afterwards settled in Tasmania.

The badge of a boatswain’s mate was two crossed anchors, the same as it is today. In fifteen specialty marks were all that were required to indicate man’s specialty while today, the Navy uses many times this number to indicate the many, many skills needed to man the ships and planes and to provide for the other naval activities.

Boatswain - an officer on a war ship or merchant vessel. Coxswain - sailor who has charge of a ship's boat and its crew. 6: Skeleton Island - Where the treasure is located. Part III: My Shore Adventure: 3: Alan: Killed by the pirates on Skeleton Island.

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Supply. The Supply oldest and smallest of the ships tons and 70 feet long. Carried 50 personnel and was Mastered by Captain Henry Bull. Master at Arms: The Master at Arms was responsible for ships discipline assisted by Ship's Corporals. Sailmaker: The Sailmaker was responsible for maintenance of the ship's sails.

Other Petty Officers included Boatswain's Mates, Cooks, Armourers, Surgeon's Mates, Carpenter's Mates, Quartermaster's Mates, Clerks and Schoolmasters. Mates assisted.Boatswain Mate US Navy Reserve. Quarter Master US Navy Reserve. Nov – Mar 2 years 5 months. Toledo, Ohio Area. Second Mate at Overseas Shipholding : 3rd Mate/ First Class Pilot at .Sailor of the Quarter is the top first class petty officer.

The Junior Sailor of the Quarter is the best performing second class petty officer while the Bluejacket of the Quarter is the most impressive up-and-coming Sailor from the junior ranks. Aviation Boatswain’s Mate 1st Class Carlos Peralta, Aviation Boatswain’s Mate 2nd Class Matthew.