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RULES FOR A VOLUNTEER ARTILLERY COMPANY.

RULES FOR A VOLUNTEER ARTILLERY COMPANY.

The subjoined, which have just been adopted in a newly raised corps appear to us so well adapted to the end in view, that rwidily publish them as a guide and example to others. The corps shall consist two classes—(l.) Enrolled members consisting of effectives, non-effectives, an
24 December 1859 - Volunteer Service Gazette and Military Dispatch - London, London, England
 
CAMBRIDGE.

CAMBRIDGE.

Steps are being taken for the formation of a battalion of volunteers out of the club established here, and nearly 300 gentlemen have enrolled their names. CHELMSFORD. The company here has now 60 members enrolled. Drill is carried on regularly every Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturda
02 November 1859 - Volunteer Service Gazette and Military Dispatch - London, London, England
 
VOLUNTEER SERVICE GAZETTE, AND MILITARY DISPATCH

VOLUNTEER SERVICE GAZETTE, AND MILITARY DISPATCH

COLONEL KINLOCH ON GOVERNMENT AID TO VOLUNTEERS. A Glasgow county magistrate asks the opinion of Colonel Kinloch as to the nature of the application to be made by the city of Glasgow to Government for a staff of officers to assist in the organisation, instruction, and discipline
17 December 1859 - Volunteer Service Gazette and Military Dispatch - London, London, England
 
Dec. 17, 1859 "l XT'ANTED, a clever, active CAA'ALRY f ▼ DRILL. He must be young, and without encumbrances. Satisfactory

Dec. 17, 1859 "l XT'ANTED, a clever, active CAA'ALRY f ▼ DRILL. He must be young, and without encumbrances. Satisfactory

references will be required.—Apply to Mr, Henry resting, Maiden Bradley, near Frome, Somerset, stating age, services, and references. ST. GEORGE’S VOLUNTEER X RIFLE CORPS.—This Corps will DRILL on Monday, at Westminster Hall, and Wednesday and Friday Evenings, from 7 till o’cloc
17 December 1859 - Volunteer Service Gazette and Military Dispatch - London, London, England
 
SKI ETON

SKI ETON

Since the recent announcement the Times, to the effect that steps were taking for establishing at Skipton corps of rifle volunteers for the Craven district, a public meeting has been held in the Skipton Town Hall, with the object of enrolling volunteers. The meeting was crowded
09 November 1859 - Volunteer Service Gazette and Military Dispatch - London, London, England
 

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SOUTH HANTS.

SOUTH HANTS.

The above corps, which number about 62 members, was drilled under Sergeant Cousins, late of the KiHes, on Thursday, and will continue the instruction every Thursday, from p.m. until 5. The names of the oflicers of this corps are:—The Kight Hon. Earl Cowper, Captain; Mr. Baker, o
09 November 1859 - Volunteer Service Gazette and Military Dispatch - London, London, England
 
EXETER.

EXETER.

A third company, in connexion with Exeter corps, is in .course of formation, and already thirty young men have joined. A movement has been act on foot for tho purpose of adopting measures to provide arms and accoutrements gratuitously for young men who wish to join the corps, bu
23 November 1859 - Volunteer Service Gazette and Military Dispatch - London, London, England
 
LOUTH.

LOUTH.

Mr. W. H. Smyth has been nominated lieutenant, and Mr. W. Chaplin ensign, of the company formed here. The uniform is to the same as that adopted in Lincoln—viz., ride green tunic and trousers, with red facings and a forage cap. The company, which includes effective members, is t
23 November 1859 - Volunteer Service Gazette and Military Dispatch - London, London, England
 
KIDDERMINSTER.

KIDDERMINSTER.

The lion, member for the borough, A. R. Bristow, Esq., has sent a donation of twenty guineas to Rifle Corps No. 2, and his name as an honorary member for five guineas per annum. Earl Beauchamp has also sent the same corps a donation of £lO. The donations to No. 2 now amount to £
30 November 1859 - Volunteer Service Gazette and Military Dispatch - London, London, England
 
LANCASHIRE.

LANCASHIRE.

A public meeting was held at AVavertree, near Liverpool, on INlonday evening (last week), for the purpose of initiating a movement for organising a rifle corps in connexion with the Southern Division of the county. Several enthusiastic addresses were delivered, and letters of ap
30 November 1859 - Volunteer Service Gazette and Military Dispatch - London, London, England