3 edition of Ordnance Memoranda found in the catalog.
Written in English
Gun Powder. This Board concurs in the additional suggestion that sockets for the crane should be placed on the head of each cheek, that a spare crane may be put up in case of accident to the one already provided. Accessed On them, each department foreman placed the time and wages expanded, as well as the machines and materials used on that order while it was in his department.
Examinations for Promotion. To continue the course of the card, as is often necessary, so that question and answer may explain each other, the recipient continues the line horizontally towards the left to his own title and then obliquely again to the next in order of receipt, and so on. The strictest attention to this regulation is required of the Gunner, as experience has proved that the preservation of the powder in good condition depends upon the entire exclusion of damp air. Letter of A. The Preliminary Drills and Exercises.
Arrests and Confinements. When the guns are ordered to be drawn before entering a friendly port, the Gunner is to be particularly attentive to assure himself that no shot or wad is left in any gun. He was augmented to a point where he is virtually an unstoppable weapon. At times funny, action filled and well written. Ordnance 2 18 on the rear cross-bar plate, and the bolt-heads on the upper surface of the stock, and the bolt-heads and elevating screw box on the stocks of all siege carriages be countersunk.
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No person is to be knowingly appointed Yeoman who has already served in that capacity in any vessel of war of the United States, who cannot produce a satisfactory certificate of his former good conduct as Yeoman.
Duties of Medical Officers in the Field. Beebe's statimeter 19 Lieut. Government Printing Office, Kress, January 26,submitting drawings and descriptions of telescopic rammer, loading crane and cylinder, and elevating apparatus, proposed by him for heavy guns.
The recondmendation of the Board for the construction of a rifled mortar and suitable projectiles for it for experiment, is approved.
Letter of Major J. Taylor explained: I have read with very great interest Mr. Examinations for Promotion. The action of the Board with respect to Mr. Hecommending a change in the shape of the spring sponge heads. The messenger always takes the card to the person whose abbreviated title is nearest to the end of the line.
There Ordnance Memoranda book a tendency on the side of the shops, in which the knowledge must originate, simply to work in the most efficient way and to let the records take care of themselves. Hours of Service and Roll-Calls. Scholars believe, and we concur, that this work is important enough to be preserved, reproduced, and made generally available to the public.
Flags, Colors, Standards, Guidons. Smoot, October 5,submitting drawings of a carriage proposed by him for the incb guns ; to be operated in a pit; chassis rails inclined rearwards, down which the gun is to recoil; the gun to be brought into battery by steam power applied to suitable mechanical devices attached to chassis rails and top-carriage.
These are to be counted and reported by the Officers of the Gun Divisions, and will enable the Executive Officer, and the Officer of the Powder Division, to detect and remedy defects or deficiencies in the system or its details, and to be sure that the men are properly stationed and instructed.
When the guns are ordered to be drawn before entering a friendly port, the Gunner is to be particularly attentive to assure himself that no shot or wad is left in any gun.
Do not assume that just because we believe a book is in the public domain for users in the United States, that the work is also in the public domain for users in other countries. Loyel, July 13,relative to his new method of making cannon.
Letter of H. Deceased Officers. All metallic cartridges for small arms, percussion caps, and percussion or friction primers, or other articles containing fulminating matter, must be kept in boxes prepared for the purpose, and the boxes must be stowed separately from other articles, in a dry, secure, and safe place, under lock and key, and are on no account to be put in the magazine.
He is retired from the armed forces. The Master will see that the number of fighting-stoppers, whips for preventer-stays, preventer-braces, slings for yards and gaffs, relieving-tackles, and other articles in his division which are directed, are all fitted and ready for use in action.
When a vessel returns from a cruise to be refitted or repaired, or placed in ordinary, the Gunner, or person performing the duty of Gunner, is not to leave the ship, unless specially authorized by the Secretary of the Navy, until all the guns, powder, small arms, ammunition, and other articles under his charge, shall have been examined and surveyed, and turned over to his successor, or other person appointed to receive them, or to the Inspector of Ordnance, the receipt for which he shall show to the officer to whom he applies for leave.Collector Bookstore is a retailer of new books located in Leavenworth, Kansas.
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The item is in very good condition and is rare to find in hardcover. The book was first published in by the U.S. Government Printing Office for the Ordnance Department U.S.A.