After spending the weekend in Cambridge, Darwin rode to London and went to the Whitehall Admiralty building across from St. James Park to speak with FitzRoy in Captain Beaufort's office.
With such powerful recommendations, the War Office gave its official approval to the trench coat in 1901, with the Admiralty for the Royal Marines following suit in 1906.
John Barrow, Second Secretary of the Admiralty, selected Capt. Francis Beaufort to head the Hydrographic Office (he replaced Capt.
What we have to note is that the 2, 000 Admiralty officials of 1914 had become the 3, 569 of 1928; and that this growth was unrelated to any possible increase in their work.
Once the responsibility for putting the Army across was definitely thrust upon the Navy, the German Admiralty became consistently pessimistic.
How to identify the carriers under carriage of goods by sea is a theoretic and practical problem that should be solved urgently in the practice of admiralty trial.
Back in 1795 the increased need for reliable charts during the French Revolution led to the development of the Hydrographic Office of the Admiralty.
I took my Admiralty exams in the car with me, grading them as we rode or at night when the campaign work was over.
No doubt that is true — just as it is true that many who sailed under the Admiralty ’s aegis were motivated by a thirst for pure knowledge.
I was assigned to teach Criminal Procedure and Admiralty in the spring term and had already done quite a bit of the preparation work.