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EFFICIENT EIFLED CANNON NOT SO VERY

EFFICIENT EIFLED CANNON NOT SO VERY

NEW. TO THR EDITOR OF THE "yOLONTEER SERVICE GAZETTE.’* Sir invite nil those who pretend to affect to think that efficient rifled cannon is an improvement of yesterday to inspect the 1-pounder brass cannon which was rifled by my direction at Woolwich about twenty years ago. It h
23 June 1860 - Volunteer Service Gazette and Military Dispatch - London, London, England
 
April 7, 18GO. through the platoon exercise and position drill, wheeling into column subdivisions and sections, marching, &c., to the

April 7, 18GO. through the platoon exercise and position drill, wheeling into column subdivisions and sections, marching, &c., to the

gratification of a considerable number of spectators, who seemed to take great interest in the proceedings. Among the company present were George Pardoe, Esq., and Mrs. Pardoo, Nash Court; Mrs. Wheeler, Newnham Court; Mrs. Wheeler, Kyrevvood House; Miss Arnpldett, Mrs. and Miss
07 April 1860 - Volunteer Service Gazette and Military Dispatch - London, London, England
 
VOLUNTEER SERVICE GAZETTE, AND MILITIA DISTAIOH.

VOLUNTEER SERVICE GAZETTE, AND MILITIA DISTAIOH.

LESMAHAGOW.—[37th Lanarkshire.]— The above corps met Friday, the 23rd lilt., in Mr. Meikle hall, Black Bull Inn, when the oath of allegiance was administered by John Greenshields, Esq., Kerse, J.l . Captain Brown, Esq., of Auchlochan (the captain of the corps), occupied the clui
07 April 1860 - Volunteer Service Gazette and Military Dispatch - London, London, England
 
Form, form, riflemen, form. JOHN nml CD’s new perfume, the VOLUNTEER RIFLE BOUQUET,» delicious and fragrant combination from the dioicest

Form, form, riflemen, form. JOHN nml CD’s new perfume, the VOLUNTEER RIFLE BOUQUET,» delicious and fragrant combination from the dioicest

flowers. Lespectfully dedicated to liis Royal Highness the Duke of amhridge, Colonel the City llifles, and the 1 atnotic Riflemen England.—Price 'is. Cd. per bottle. TO VOLUNTEER CORPS.’ Mr. CLARKINGTDN, Photographic Artist, Sponsalia, 24G, Regent-street, begs to inform Members
07 April 1860 - Volunteer Service Gazette and Military Dispatch - London, London, England
 
Ist Div

Ist Div

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09 September 1876 - Volunteer Service Gazette and Military Dispatch - London, London, England
 

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TO VOLUNTEER CORPS.

TO VOLUNTEER CORPS.

WOOD’S GOVERNMENT PATTERN HEMATIC IRON TARGETS, as used at Wimbledon National Shooting Match, and the majority of Corps which have commenced their Ball-practice, price 31. each, delivered free (at short notice) at any Station within 75 miles of London. MANTELETS, 16/. To be had
04 May 1861 - Volunteer Service Gazette and Military Dispatch - London, London, England
 
IMPORTANT TO VOLUNTEERS,

IMPORTANT TO VOLUNTEERS,

yo L UN T ER S can keep their RIFLES perfectly clean rising F. H. SMITH’S PATENT SELF-EXPANDING TUBE CLEANERS. May lie had of all Gun Makers. The trade supplied by CHARLES TOPHAM, Sole Manufacturer, 31, Bush-lane, Cannon-street, London, E.C. Mr. MILES’ (ALFRED WEBB MILES) MEW ST
04 May 1861 - Volunteer Service Gazette and Military Dispatch - London, London, England
 
TOWER HAMLETS RIFLE BRIGADE.

TOWER HAMLETS RIFLE BRIGADE.

1. Parades. —There will not be any drills (except for Recruits, on Tuesdays and Thursdays, at 8.30 p.m.) until Saturday, the 4th September, when there will be a March-out from Headquarters, Particulars in future Orders. 2. Class-firing at Ilford. —Monday, Aug. 23, Third and Seco
21 August 1875 - Volunteer Service Gazette and Military Dispatch - London, London, England
 
'tion of rapid firing with the Soper rifle, when Private Warwick, of the Ist Berks R.Y., fired no less than

'tion of rapid firing with the Soper rifle, when Private Warwick, of the Ist Berks R.Y., fired no less than

forty-three shots in one minute, placing forty-two of them on the old pattern Wimbledon target, 6 feet x 4 feet, at 200 yards, and scoring 1 Bull’s-eye 12 Centres 29 Outers 1 Miss Shots, Points. = 4 = 36 = 58 HARROW SCHOOL RIFLES v. BANK OF ENGLAND R.A. A match was shot between
21 August 1875 - Volunteer Service Gazette and Military Dispatch - London, London, England
 
FAto.

FAto.

21 August 1875 - Volunteer Service Gazette and Military Dispatch - London, London, England