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|aisfotrs to Corrcsponkitts.

|aisfotrs to Corrcsponkitts.

An* Officer.—Excepting the Staff Sergeants of Regiments, the non-commisioned Officers carry bayonets, according to what may be in use among the men. The books reviewed in our columns this week will furnish the information you seek. Non-Commissioned Officer will be pleased to acce
24 December 1859 - Volunteer Service Gazette and Military Dispatch - London, London, England
 
VOLUNTEER SERVICE GAZETTE, AND MILITARY DISPATCH

VOLUNTEER SERVICE GAZETTE, AND MILITARY DISPATCH

being made to organise a corps from among the students of King’s College, and some volunteers have been already enrolled. London Irish. —On Saturday a communication was received by the honorary secretary, Mr. Dempsy, from the Lord-Lieutenant of Ireland, the Earl of Carlisle, exp
24 December 1859 - Volunteer Service Gazette and Military Dispatch - London, London, England
 
SCOTI. AND.

SCOTI. AND.

AND. Knixm injii Rii't.n Volunteers. —Mr. John Ballantyne, Ensign E. K. V., informs the citizens of Edinburgh that he is engaged the formation of second Citizen Company, under the sanction of the Lord Provost, Colonel of the regiment. Through the liberality of James Cowan, Esq.,
02 November 1859 - Volunteer Service Gazette and Military Dispatch - London, London, England
 
Her Majesty’s Royal Letters Patent. BARROW’S PATENT SAFETY HOLDING CARTRIDGE POUCH. Tills invention consists of a Cartridge Pouch, or Box,

Her Majesty’s Royal Letters Patent. BARROW’S PATENT SAFETY HOLDING CARTRIDGE POUCH. Tills invention consists of a Cartridge Pouch, or Box,

in which each cartridge is held separately, and retained with gentle pressure witliin an elastic ring. The cartridges are perfectly secured from accidental displacement, and are yet so easily removed, that, taking them from the pouch, the hand is scarcely sensible of any resista
10 December 1859 - Volunteer Service Gazette and Military Dispatch - London, London, England
 
Winchester

Winchester

Bannatyne Danse Wisbeach Cambridge University Cambridge Town South Middlesex ... North London Marylcbone London Scottish (Lord Elcho, M.P., Commdt.- Major). St. George’s do Path Itathwiek Taunton Pnrnlnun Golspie Dornoek
02 November 1859 - Volunteer Service Gazette and Military Dispatch - London, London, England
 
COMMISSIONS

COMMISSIONS

Sjgnko tiik Lokd-Liki'tknant TiiF. Coi nty Hkkcknock—Rrecknock Volunteer Rifles: .J. Maund, Esq., to lieut. of Hie Ist Company; R. Raikes, Esq., to ensign of the Ist Company. I>y tiik Loimi-Lii.i tknant of tiik Cot ntt of Somkiiskt. —llatli, or Ist Somerset Volunteer Rifle (’orp
02 November 1859 - Volunteer Service Gazette and Military Dispatch - London, London, England
 
THE REST ARM FOR VOLUNTEER RIFLE CORPS! ALI SHE 11 & TERRY’S PATENT BREECH) LOADING RIFLE CARHINE. (As for Her

THE REST ARM FOR VOLUNTEER RIFLE CORPS! ALI SHE 11 & TERRY’S PATENT BREECH) LOADING RIFLE CARHINE. (As for Her

Majesty’s Service.) Messrs. CALISUER ct TEKKY’S Double and RIFLE CARBINES, FOWLING PIECES, and PISTOLS, tl»e BREECH-LOADING SYSTEM adopted by Her Majesty's Government), are to be obtained at their establishnent, WhittaUtrect, Birmingham, and at 28, Norfolk-street, Strand. For a
02 November 1859 - Volunteer Service Gazette and Military Dispatch - London, London, England
 
GENERAL SIR JOHN BUROOTNE ON VOLUNTEER CORPS.

GENERAL SIR JOHN BUROOTNE ON VOLUNTEER CORPS.

(Extract from the evidence given before the Military Organisation Committee, on the - July laat). Mr. Hons Siam. —You stated that yon thought that rifle corps in case of invasion would not of great service ? —I do not thinh they would. Will you state the grounds of* that opinion
17 December 1859 - Volunteer Service Gazette and Military Dispatch - London, London, England
 
15,212 I Louuo.. 14,278 Westminster 14,000 1 Kent

15,212 I Louuo.. 14,278 Westminster 14,000 1 Kent

Devonshire If we may judge from the progress already made in these districts, we may safely conclude that they will continue to take the lead as to numerical strength, at all events, in the present movement. The high ligure of their respective populations, however, must be taken
23 November 1859 - Volunteer Service Gazette and Military Dispatch - London, London, England
 
MERTHYR TYDFIL.

MERTHYR TYDFIL.

A strong martial spirit has been evinced here, and the project of rifle club met with instant approbation and strong support. The lead is taken by the most influential men the place, and the services about volunteers have already been accepted. At Dowlais, another thickly popula
23 November 1859 - Volunteer Service Gazette and Military Dispatch - London, London, England