Lt. Archibald Henry Douglas, RN

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Archibald Henry Douglas passed his examination 5 Oct. 1840.

We subsequently find him employed, as Mate, on the Mediterranean and Home stations, of the Indus 78, Capt. Sir Jas. Stirling, Formidable 84, Capts. Sir Chas. Sullivan and Geo. Fred. Rich (flag-ship for some time of Sir Edw. W. C. E. Owen), Alban steam-vessel, Lieut.-Commander Fred. Lowe, and Superb 80, Capt. Armar Lowry Corry.

He obtained his commission 10 March, 1846; and, since the 20th of the same month, has been attached to the Childers 12, and Snake 16, Capts. John Chas. Pitman and Thos. Bourmaster Brown, on the East India and Cape of Good Hope stations.


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