Engineers, Royal Naval

Engineers, Royal Naval, since 1848 have ranked as commissioned officers; salaries vary from £110 to £639 a year; admission is by examination; duties include the entire oversight and management of the ship-machinery; there are three ranks—inspectors of machinery, chief engineers, and assistants, the latter being of three grades; in 1888 engineer studentships were created.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

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Endosmose
Endymion
Eneid
Energy, Conservation of
Enfantin, Barthélemy Prosper
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Engadine
Engedi
Enghien, Louis de Bourbon, Duc d'
Engineers, Royal Naval
Engineers, the Corps of Royal
England
England, The Want Of
Engles, Friedrich
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Ennius
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Enoch, The Book of
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