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06 October 1860 - Volunteer Service Gazette and Military Dispatch - London, London, England
 
v S-t. 5 LONDON, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 0, 18i (UNSTAMPED 4d. HILL |STAMPED S(H •• Soldiers !-—I am satisfied with you,

v S-t. 5 LONDON, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 0, 18i (UNSTAMPED 4d. HILL |STAMPED S(H •• Soldiers !-—I am satisfied with you,

because you are worthy of Italy. By arms you have vanquished your enemies, and by conduct the calumniators ot the Italian name. The mercenaries whom I set free will speak ot Italy and of you foreign countries, after having learned that God recompenses those who serve him, and no
06 October 1860 - Volunteer Service Gazette and Military Dispatch - London, London, England
 
Through, a correspondent at St Petersburgh we learn that a new decree had been issued respecting passports to be granted

Through, a correspondent at St Petersburgh we learn that a new decree had been issued respecting passports to be granted

to foreigners travelling in Russia. this decree it appears that fresh facilities have been granted to travellers, and passports, when once they have been vised Russian functionary, will not require that formality for a second journey. Foreign commercial travellers and Jews may v
06 October 1860 - Volunteer Service Gazette and Military Dispatch - London, London, England
 
Oct. 6, 1860

Oct. 6, 1860

06 October 1860 - Volunteer Service Gazette and Military Dispatch - London, London, England
 
with blue velvet facings and embroidered with silver cord, white Melton cloth breeches, patent leather hunting-boots, plated hunting spurs, Russia

with blue velvet facings and embroidered with silver cord, white Melton cloth breeches, patent leather hunting-boots, plated hunting spurs, Russia

leather sword belt, pouch, and waist-belt, and a blue cloth forage cap with silver band and crown ornament. The regiment is likely to be very popular one; promises of support and patronage have been received from powerful and influential quarters, and the number of members alrea
06 October 1860 - Volunteer Service Gazette and Military Dispatch - London, London, England
 

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VOLUNTEER SERVICE GAZETTE.

VOLUNTEER SERVICE GAZETTE.

which they had gone through their drill, which, consi eg that some of them had never been at battalion movemen skirmishing before, was excellent, and they had aequi,, themselves creditably. His (Lord Valletort s) fa r, sony to say, was not present through indisposition, re-rette
06 October 1860 - Volunteer Service Gazette and Military Dispatch - London, London, England
 
VOLUNTEER SERVICE GAZETTE.

VOLUNTEER SERVICE GAZETTE.

tutionnel of Friday, saya What strikes us iu this document is, first some unlooked-for insinuations concerning the French policy, and then, the still more inexplicable silence respecting the protection with which cover the patrimony of Peter. But in our opinion that which in som
06 October 1860 - Volunteer Service Gazette and Military Dispatch - London, London, England
 
FOBEIGN MEMS.

FOBEIGN MEMS.

News for the Volunteers. letter-writer 'the Opinion Nationale relates the following incident, which certainly had not previously transpired:—“ At the last review of Volunteers passed by the gracious Queen Victoria, good number of them bore, the end of their muskets, French flags
06 October 1860 - Volunteer Service Gazette and Military Dispatch - London, London, England
 
NOTICE.

NOTICE.

Adjutants and Officers of Corps the Country arc particularly requested to favour tlie Editor leaularly wlh Weekly Information concerning the movements and doings of their respective Corps, inc udiug the fixtures for Drill, Marching out, and Hide Practice, Ac. It Is requested tha
06 October 1860 - Volunteer Service Gazette and Military Dispatch - London, London, England
 
TO CORRESPONDENTS.

TO CORRESPONDENTS.

All communications regarding the Volunteer Movement, or Editorial Department, should be addressed to the Editor; business correspondence to the Manager. When several questions are asked in a letter, not addressed to Our Correspondence,” and too lengthy to be repeated with their
06 October 1860 - Volunteer Service Gazette and Military Dispatch - London, London, England