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CHAR 13/62/1 Telegram from Admiral Sir John Jellicoe, C. in C., Grand Fleet to WSC, First Lord of the Admiralty, on the appointment of Rear-Admiral William Packenham to 2nd Battle Cruiser Squadron, stating that Rear-Admiral Sir Robert Arbutnot would be a better choice "he possessed Pakenham's tenacity with more brains and skill",also on other senior appointments [typescript copy]. 01 Mar 1915
CHAR 13/62/2 Telegram from WSC , First Lord of the Admiral Sir John Jellicoe, C. in C., Grand Fleet to WSC, First Lord of the Admiralty, on the appointment of Rear-Admiral William Packenham to 2nd Battle Cruiser Squadron, also stating that he would prefer the new Rear-Admiral commanding 3rd Cruiser Squadron to be junior to Rear-Admiral Somerset Calthorpe [typescript copy]. 01 Mar 1915
CHAR 13/62/3 Telegram from French Ministry of Marine, Paris to French Naval Attache, London, reporting that German minelayers "Aegir" and "Hagen" left Kiel on 27 Feb [typescript copy]. 02 Mar 1915
CHAR 13/62/4 Telegram from Admiralty to Port Admirals and Senior Naval Officers, asking for details of .303 Service Rifles carried aboard vessels of the Auxiliary Patrol, and the number required [typescript copy]. 02 Mar 1915
CHAR 13/62/5 Admiralty Chief censor Intercepted Message from W Bated New York, to Hoover, London, text of letter from Prince Hatzfeldt, German Embassy, Washington, that passports for ships carrying supplies to Belgium would only be issued on condition that ships avoid the war zone around Britain [typescript copy]. 03 Mar 1915
CHAR 13/62/6 Admiralty Press Statement on visit of King George V to the Grand Fleet [typescript copy]. 03 Mar 1915
CHAR 13/62/7 Admiralty Chief censor Intercepted Message from Vandyke, United States Minister, Sgranvenhage to Secretary of State, Washington, on safe conducts to Belgian relief ships [typescript copy]. 03 Mar 1915
CHAR 13/62/8 Telegram from Lord Fisher, 1st Sea Lord to Admiral Sir John Jellicoe, C. in C, Grand Fleet, advising against Fleet execises during present full moon and heavy German submarine activity [typescript copy]. 03 Mar 1915
CHAR 13/62/9 Telegram from WSC, First Lord of the Admiralty to C. in C. Grand Fleet, Admiral Sir John Jellicoe, authority to exercise fleet to the east of the Shetland Islands [typescrpit copy]. 04 Mar 1915
CHAR 13/62/10 Telegram from Admiralty to C. in C., Portsmouth (Sir Hedworth Meux), instructing him to hoist the Union Flag at the main in HMS "Victory" on his promotion to Admiral of the Fleet, also on promotion of Rear-Admiral Owen Gillett, C. in C., Cape to Vice Admiaal, and Commodore Osmond Brock to Rear-Admiral commanding 1st Battle Cruiser Squadron [typescript copy]. 04 Mar 1915
CHAR 13/62/11 Telegram from WSC, First Lord of the Admiralty to C. in C,. The Nore, on need to send the three Monitors to the Mediterranean with all despatch [typescript copy]. 04 Mar 1915
CHAR 13/62/12 Telegram from Admiralty Press Bureau to Admiralty Chief Censor, on report by Central News correspondent, Dover, that a German submarine had been caught in anti-submarine nets in the Straits of Dover [typescript copy]. 04 Mar 1915
CHAR 13/62/13 Telegram from WSC, First Lord of the Admiralty, to Admiral Sir John Jellicoe, confirming that Vice-Admiral Sir George Patey was appointed C. in C. North America, and Rear-Admiral William Pakenham would succeed Patey [typescript copy]. 05 Mar 1915
CHAR 13/62/14 Telegram from Admiral Sir Joh Jellicoe, C. in C., Grand Fleet to WSC, First Lord of the Admiralty, recommending Rear-Admiral Somerset Calthorpe as the Senior Cruiser Admiral [typescript copy]. 05 Mar 1915
CHAR 13/62/15 Telegram from Admiral, C.S.D., to Rear-Admiral, Dover, reporting that compulsory pilotage in the Downs would commence on 10 Mar, and the placing of moored anti-submarine nets could commence from then [typescript copy]. 05 Mar 1915
CHAR 13/62/16 Telegram from WSC, First Lord of the Admiralty to Admiral Sir John Jellicoe, C. in C., Grand Fleet, agreeing to promote Somerset Calthorpe to acting Vice-Admiral, to act as Senior Cruiser Admiral, confirming that Sir George Patey would go to North America, William Pakenham would succeed Patey in the Battle Cruiser Fleet and Rear-Admiral Lowthe Grant would succeed pakenham at the 3rd Cruiser Squadron [typescript copy]. 06 Mar 1915
CHAR 13/62/17 Telegram from WSC, First Lord of the Admiralty to Vice Admiral Sir George Patey, confirming hias appointment as C. in C., North America and West Indies [typescript copy]. 06 Mar 1915
CHAR 13/62/18 Telegram from WSC, First Lord of the Admiralty, to Vice Admiral Sir David Beatty, Battle Cruiser Fleet, on appointment of Rear-Admiral William Pakenham t command the 2nd Battle Cruiser Squadron [typescript copy]. 06 Mar 1915
CHAR 13/62/19 Telegram from WSC, First Lord of the Admiralty, to Rear-Admiral William Pakenham, confirming has appointment to command the 2nd Battle Cruiser Squadron [typescript copy]. 06 Mar 1915
CHAR 13/62/20 Telegram from WSC, First Lord of the Admiralty, to Rear-Admiral Lowther Grant, confiirming his appointment to command the 3rd Cruiser Squadron [typescript copy]. 06 Mar 1915
CHAR 13/62/21 Telegram from French Naval Attache, London to Ministry of Marine, Paris, on enquiry from Spanish Chamber of Commerce in London on danger to Spanish trawlers fishing off the South West coast of Ireland, stating that British ports would be closed to these vessels, and asking that French ports also be closed [typescript copy]. 06 Mar 1915
CHAR 13/62/22 Telegram from Sir Henry Lowther, British Minister, Copenhagen, Denmark, to Admiralty, report on sightings of German warships at Kiel [typescript copy]. 06 Mar 1915
CHAR 13/62/23 Telegram from Admiralty to C. in C., Chatham. reporting that Commander Brandon and Lt. Cdr Bagot would shortly arrive to interrogate prisoners from the United States, asking for arrangements to be made for each prisoner to be separately interviewed and there be no communication between prisoners [typescript copy]. 06 Mar 1915
CHAR 13/62/24 Telegram from Sir Henry Lowther, British Minister, Copenhagen, Denmark, to Admiralty, report on sightings of German warships at Kiel, stating that the fleet concentrated at Kiel began to pass through the Canal on 5 Mar [typescript copy]. 06 Mar 1915
CHAR 13/62/25 Telegram from Admiralty to Admiral Superintendent, Rosyth, stating that WSC as First Lord did not approve the appointment of Vice Admiral James Startin to relieve Captain Fox, unless he was prepared to serve as a Captain R.N.R., other wise his seniority would cause administrative difficulties [typescript copy]. 08 Mar 1915
CHAR 13/62/26 Telegram from Admiral Superintendent, Rosyth, to Admiralty, reporting that Vice-Admiral James Startin was prepared to serve as Captain, R.N.R. at Granton if necessary [typescript copy]. 08 Mar 1915
CHAR 13/62/27 Admiralty Chief Censor's intercepted message from Keen London to United Press, New York, reporting that the RMS "Lusitania" had recieved coded message instructing her to steer certain course, and that the Captain had asked for repetition in latest Admiralty code, which was not forthcoming [annotated "stopped"] [typescript copy]. 09 Mar 1915
CHAR 13/62/28 Telegram from Captain, 1st Destroyer Flotilla to HMS "Vulcan", reporting that a deck ws urgently needed for HMS "Aerial" who had rammed the German submarine U.20 [typescript copy]. 10 Mar 1915
CHAR 13/62/29 Telegram from Admiralty to Commodore (T.), giving instructions for escort of Monitors [typescript copy]. 10 Mar 1915
CHAR 13/62/30 Telegram from Rear-Admiral, Dover to Admiralty, on naval operations off the Belgian coast [typescript copy]. 10 Mar 1915
CHAR 13/62/31 Admiralty Chief censor's intercepted message from Hartvig, Copenhagen, Denmark to "Daily Mail", London, on reports in German naval circles that 11 submarines had been lost since 18 Feb. [annotated "passed"]. 10 Mar 1915
CHAR 13/62/32 Admiralty Chief censor's intercepted message from Reuter, Amsterdam to Reuter, London, on German press coverage of British treatment of captured German submarine crew [typescript copy. 10 Mar 1915
CHAR 13/62/33 Telegram from John Broderick, British Consul, Amsterdam to Admiralty, on reports from a German steamer that 20 German warships had been sighted in the North Sea heading South West [typescript copy]. 11 Mar 1915
CHAR 13/62/34 Telegram from Berry Head WSS to Admiralty, on sinking of Admiralty Transport by submarine U.29 [typescript copy]. 11 Mar 1915
CHAR 13/62/35 Telegram from C.O., HMS "Tara", Stranraer to Admiralty, on recovery of survivors [typescript copy]. 11 Mar 1915
CHAR 13/62/36 Telegram from John Broderick, British Consul, Amsterdam to Admiralty, on report of sighting of German warships in the North Sea, stating that he had interviewed the Master of the Norwegian steamer concerned, who denied that he saw any warships [typescript copy]. 11 Mar 1915
CHAR 13/62/37 Telegram from WSC, First Lord of the Admiralty to the Captains of the "Ghurka" and "Ariel", with congratulations on their success against German submarines. [Typescript copy]. 11 Mar 1915
CHAR 13/62/38 Telegram from Sir Henry Lowther, British Minister, Copenhagen, Denmark to Admiralty, report on number of German warships at Kiel [typescript copy]. 11 Mar 1915
CHAR 13/62/39 Telegram from Rear-Admiral, Dover, Dunkirk to Admiralrt, on naval bombardment of the Belgian coast [typescript copy]. 11 Mar 1915
CHAR 13/62/40 Telegram from Admiralty to C. in C.,. Grand Fleet, agreening that he should send half a destroyer Flotilla to operate between Oversay and the North Channel [typescript copy]. 12 Mar 1915
CHAR 13/62/41 Admiralty Chief Censor's intercepted message from Reuter, Amsterdam, Netherlands, to Reuter, London, on German publication of list of merchant vessels sunk by the German navy [typescript copy]. 12 Mar 1915
CHAR 13/62/42 Telegram from Admiralty to Admiral, Larne,o use of anti-submarine nets [typescript copy]. 13 Mar 1915
CHAR 13/62/43 Telegram from Admiralty to Vice-Admiral, Channel Fleet, orders for HMS "Queen" and HMS "Implacable" under Rear-Admiral Cecil Thursby to proceed to the Dardanelles [typescript copy]. 12 Mar 1915
CHAR 13/62/44 Telegram from French Naval Attache, London to Ministry of Marine, Paris, reporting that three masted schooners were working in concert with German submarines, requesting that if discovered they be brought into port for careful examination [typescript copy]. 12 Mar 1915
CHAR 13/62/45 Admiralty note on merchant vessels sunk off the Scilly Isles [typescript copy]. 12 Mar 1915
CHAR 13/62/46 Admiralty note on patrol vessels [typescript copy]. [Mar] 1915
CHAR 13/62/47 Admiralty note on suspicious vessels [typescript copy]. [Mar] 1915
CHAR 13/62/48 Admiralty note "My Action", on coast watching in the Scilly Isles [typescript copy]. [Mar] 1915
CHAR 13/62/49 Minute from WSC, First Lord of the Admiralty to the Secretary, Chief of Staff, and 1st Sea Lord, Admiralty, asking about the purpose of the guardship "Hermione" in Southampton Water, suggesting that the ship be paid off , releasing 300 valuable officers and men [typescript copy]. 11 Mar 1915
CHAR 13/62/50 Admiralty minute on the guardship "Hermione" in Southampton Water [typescript copy]. Mar 1915
CHAR 13/62/51 Telegram from Admiralty to C. in C., Portsmouth, askinmg about the use of HMS "Hermione" the Guardship in Southampton Water, askingif she could be paid off and used as a hulk to accommodate crews of the gate ships and the Needles Patrol [typescript copy]. 13 Mar 1915
CHAR 13/62/52 Admiralty Chief Censor's intercepted message from Skinner, United States Consul General, London to US Secretary of State, Washington, on shipping of contraband to neutral countries [typescript copy]. 13 Mar 1915
CHAR 13/62/53 Telegram from Admiral, Dover Patrol to Admiralty, on naval operations off the coast of Belgium [typescript copy]. 13 Mar 1915
CHAR 13/62/54 Telegram from C. in C., Grand Fleet, Admiral Sir John Jellicoe to Admiralty on German attacks on merchant vessels at night, recommending that merchant vessels are advised not to carry additional steaming lights when in waters where there was a risk of submarine attack [typescrpt copy]. 14 Mar 1915
CHAR 13/62/55 Telegram from HMS "Ganges", Shotley, Suffolk, to Admiralty, reporting sighting of two submarines by seaplanes close to the Cork Light Vessel [typescript copy]. 14 Mar 1915
CHAR 13/62/56 Telegram from C. in C., Grand Fleet, Admiral Sir John Jellicoe to Admiralty, stating that he wished to defer the refit of HMS "Orion", and that he had been informed by the C. in C., Devonport, that no ship of the Grand Fleet could be refitted there until the completion of the "Warspite" at the end of March [typescript copy]. 14 Mar 1915
CHAR 13/62/57 Telegram from Admiralty Press Bureau to Chief Censor, extract from account of the loss of the Armed Merchant Cruiser, "Bayano" by a marine named Craze [typescript copy]. 15 Mar 1915
CHAR 13/62/58 Telegram from Admiralty to Captain (S.), Maidstone, orders to send a submarine to Heligoland Bight to intercept warships between Heligoland and the mouths of the Elbe and the Jade rivers [typescript copy]. 15 Mar 1915
CHAR 13/62/59 Telegram from "Highland Scot" to Admiralty, reporting submarine attack [typescript copy]. 15 Mar 1915
CHAR 13/62/60 Telegram from Naval Centre, Portland to Admiralty, reporting submarine attack on "Highland Scot" [typescript copy]. 16 Mar 1915
CHAR 13/62/61 Telegram from Admiral, Devonport to Admiralty, confirming that one armed trawler was always based in or near the Scilly Isles [typescript copy]. 16 Mar 1915
CHAR 13/62/62 Telegram from Admiralty to Admiral, Dover, reporting that a Destroyer was required that evening, to take an official to Dunkirk [typescript copy]. 16 Mar 1915
CHAR 13/62/63 Telegram from Admiralty to Commodore (T.), orders to place a destroyer at the disposal of Commander Evans of the Prince Edward, to enable him to examine a position off Zebrugge [typescript copy]. 16 Mar 1915
CHAR 13/62/64 Telegram from C. in C. Grand Fleet, Admiral Sir John Jellicoe to Admiralty, on policy of intercepting all supplies to and from German ports [typescript copy]. 16 Mar 1915
CHAR 13/62/65 Telegram from French Naval Attache, London, to Ministry of Marine Paris, reporting that the ss "Highland Scot" had escaped from submarine and had no need of assistance and that the British steamer "Tynsford" torpedoed the previous day had been brought into Dover [typescript copy]. 16 Mar 1915
CHAR 13/62/66 Telegram from Admiralty to Senior Nava Officer, Rosyth, ordering HMS "Reliance" to be saled as she was urgently required at her destination [typescript copy]. 17 Mar 1915
CHAR 13/62/67 Telegram from French Naval Attache, London to French Ministry of Marine, Paris, summary of orders sent to the British Grand Fleet on neutral shipping [typescript copy]. 17 Mar 1915
CHAR 13/62/68 Telegram from Admiralty to Senior Naval Officer, Larne, orders to redouble his activities [typescript copy]. 18 Mar 1915
CHAR 13/62/69 Telegram from Admiral, Portsmouth to Admiralty, reporting that HMS "Hermione" could be paid off as desired, and that detailed proposals for utilising her would be made later [typescript copy]. 18 Mar 1915
CHAR 13/62/70 Telegram from Admiral, Portsmouth to Admiralty, requesting destroyers to be sent to deal with German submarines operating off Beachy Head [typescript copy]. 18 Mar 1915
CHAR 13/62/71 Telegram from "Daily Chronicle" to Admiralty, extract from proposed article on the sinking of the steamer "Glenartney" [typescript copy]. 18 Mar 1915
CHAR 13/62/72 Telegram from C. in C., Grand Fleet, Admiral Sir John Jellicoe to Admiralty, submitting that HMS "Orion" should not go for refit until "King George V" was fully efficient [typescript copy]. 19 Mar 1915
CHAR 13/62/73 Telegram from Admiral, Portsmouth to Admiralty, suggesting that instead of paying off HMS "Hermione" immediately, she could be gradually reduced to a care and maintenance party [typescript copy]. 19 Mar 1915
CHAR 13/62/74 Telegram from Admiralty to C. in C., Channel Fleet, on movement of HMS "Prince of Wales" and "London" to the Dardanelles [typescript copy]. 19 Mar 1915
CHAR 13/62/75 Telegram from Admiral Superintendent, Newcastle-Upon-Tyne, on delays to repairs to HMS "Lion" [typescript copy]. 19 Mar 1915
CHAR 13/62/76 Telegram from Admiralty to C. in C., Portsmouth, stating that the armament of HMS "Hermione" should be removed, and that the ship should be used as a parent ship in Cowes Roads [typescript copy]. 19 Mar 1915
CHAR 13/62/77 Telegram from Admiralty to C. in C., Grand Fleet, suggesting that now exercises were completed the Fleet should not go to sea again during present critical period, stating that the fleet should be kept at fullest strength and at highest readiness [typescript copy]. 20 Mar 1915
CHAR 13/62/78 Telegram from Admiralty to Intelligence Officers, reporting that masters of British ships were ignoring anti-submarine precautions [typescript copy]. 20 Mar 1915
CHAR 13/62/79 Telegram from WSC, First Lord of the Admiralty to C. in C., Grand Fleet, Admiral Sir John Jellicoe, asking for report on circumstances of ramming of submarine U.29 by HMS "Dreadnought" [typescript copy]. 22 Mar 1915
CHAR 13/62/80 Telegram from C. in C., Grand Fleet, Admiral Sir John Jellicoe, to Admiralty, on reports that German submarines were being fitted with net cutters [typescript copy]. 22 Mar 1915
CHAR 13/62/81 Telegram from C. in C., Grand Fleet, Admiral Sir John Jellicoe, to Grand Duke Nicholas, congratulating the Russian Army on the surresnder of the Fortress of Przemyl [typescript copy]. 22 Mar 1915
CHAR 13/62/82 Telegram from Vice-Admiral Commanding Battle Cruisers, Sir David Beatty to Admiralty, reporting that HMS "Lion" would leave the Tyne on 25 Mar, asking for the mouth of the Tyne to be patrolled during that day [typescript copy]. 23 Mar 1915
CHAR 13/62/83 Telegram from C. in C., Grand Fleet, Admiral Sir John Jellicoe to Admiralty, report on ramming of German submarine by HMS "Dreadnought" on 18 Mar [typescript copy]. 23 Mar 1915
CHAR 13/62/84 Telegram from WSC, First Lord of the Admiralty to C. in C., Grand Fleet, Admiral Sir John Jellicoe, on telgram of congratulation to Russia on success at surrender of the Fortress of Przemysl [typescript copy]. 23 Mar 1915
CHAR 13/62/85 Telegram from WSC, First Lord of the Admiralty Wing-Commander Arthur Longmore Dunkirk, congratulations on well concieved abd finely executed pierce of work [typescript copy]. 24 Mar 1915
CHAR 13/62/86 Telegram from Vice-Admiral Commanding battle Cruisers, Sir David Beatty, to Admiralty, reporting that HMS "Lion" would not be able to leave the Tyne on schedule because of bad work and absence of all riveters, submitting that strong action was necessary on the Tyne to deal with the labour situation [typescript copy]. 24 Mar 1915
CHAR 13/62/87-88 Telegram from C. in C., Grand Fleet, Admiral Sir John Jellicoe to Admiralty, on the small number of ships in the Channel Fleet, submitting that HMS "Diamond" might be attached to the 3rd Battle Squadron, with note by Rear-Admiral Henry Oliver, Chief of Staff, stating that he was considering the matter [typescript copy]. 25 Mar 1915
CHAR 13/62/89 Telegram from Sir Henry Lowther, British Minister, Copenhagen, Denmark, to Admiralty, report on German warships at Kiel [typescript copy]. 25 Mar 1915
CHAR 13/62/90 Telegram from Admiralty to Senior Naval Officer, Rosyth, asking for detailed account of escape of submarines on 15, 16 and 17 Mar [typescript copy]. 26 Mar 1915
CHAR 13/62/91 Admiralty Chief Censor's intercepted message from Bates, New York to H C Hoover, Belgian Relief Commission, on German permits for the United States Commission for the Relief of Belgium [typescript copy]. 26 Mar 1915
CHAR 13/62/92 Telegram from Admiral, Queenstown to Admiralty, reporting that the Master of a British vessel was offered a bribe in Argentina to get a cargo to a Dutch, Norwegian or Swedish port [typescript copy]. 27 Mar 1915
CHAR 13/62/93 Telegram from Admiralty to Captain (S.), asking for a another submarine to be sent to the Heligoland Bight if weather permitted [typescript copy]. 27 Mar 1915
CHAR 13/62/94 Telegram from Divisional Officer, Coast Guard, Newquay, Cornwall to Admiralty, report of Captain Green of the s.s. "Vosges" on attack by submarine [typescript copy]. 28 Mar 1915
CHAR 13/62/95 Telegram from Admiralty to Admiral, Portsmouth, approving his proposals on the decommissioning of HMS "Hermione" [typescript copy]. 28 Mar 1915
CHAR 13/62/96 Telegram fromRear-Admiral, Invergordon to Admiralty, reporting that HMS "Lion" had arrived [typescript copy]. 28 Mar 1915
CHAR 13/62/97 Admiralty Chief Censor's intercepted message from Feibelman, Amsterdam to Exchange Telegraph Co., London, on attack on armed merchantman, "Brussels" by German submarine [typescript copy]. 29 Mar 1915
CHAR 13/62/98-99 Telegram from Pembroke Dockyard to Admiralty, on attack on s.s. "Falaba" by German submarine [typescript copy]. 29 Mar 1915
CHAR 13/62/100 Telegram from C. in C., Grand Fleet, Admiral Sir John Jellicoe to Admiralty, reporting that the Fleet would be leaving Scapa Flow between 1730 and 2100 that evening [typescript copy]. 29 Mar 1915
CHAR 13/62/101 Telegram from Admiralty to C. in C., Chatham, orders for transports to have steam ready at one hour's notice from midnight, and after 48 hours they were to return to normal readiness [typescript copy]. 29 Mar 1915
CHAR 13/62/102 Telegram from Admiralty to Commodore (T.), ordering submarines to return to harbour as operation was cancelled. Also ordering Destroyers to carry out a submarine hunt off Ymuiden [typescript copy]. 29 Mar 1915
CHAR 13/62/103 Telegram from C. in C., Grand Fleet, Sir John Jellicoe to the 3rd Battle Squadron, 3rd Cruiser Squadron, the Battle Cruiser Fleet and the 1st Destroyer Flotilla, orders to return to base [typescript copy]. 29 Mar 1915
CHAR 13/62/104 Telegram from C. in C., Grand Fleet, Sir John Jellicoe to Admiralty, reporting that the Fleet was retrning to base [typescript copy]. 29 Mar 1915
CHAR 13/62/105 Telegram from Admiralty to Admiral, Rosyth, asking by whose authority a signal was made on 29 Mar, instructing officers to remain within easy reach of their ships, and why was such publicity given to the possibility of the Fleet proceeding to sea [typescript copy]. 30 Mar 1915
CHAR 13/62/106 Telegram from Admiral, Rosyth to Admiralty, stating that telegrm of 30 Mar about signal instrucing officers to remain near their ships would be answered by the Senior Naval Officer afloat [typescript copy]. 30 Mar 1915
CHAR 13/62/107 Telegram from C. in C., Grand Fleet, Admiral Sir John Jellicoe to Admiralty, on submarine danger to the Fleet while entering and leaving Scapa Flow [typescript copy]. 30 Mar 1915
CHAR 13/62/108 Telegram from Vice-Admiral Commanding 3rd Battle Squadron to Admiralty, on orders to officers at Rosyth to stay within easy reach of their ships, stating that he did not feel that this order inicated that the Fleet would bbe going to sea that day [typescript copy]. 30 Mar 1915
CHAR 13/62/109 Telegram from C. in C., Grand Fleet, Admiral Sir John Jellicoe to Admiralty, proposed programme for the following week typescript copy]. 31 Mar 1915