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HANNIBALL’S PARAGON EIFLE CORPS BOOTS, 21s. RIFLE CORPS CADETS’ BOOTS, 12s. C<l. Are arch the Waist, elevate the Instep ;

HANNIBALL’S PARAGON EIFLE CORPS BOOTS, 21s. RIFLE CORPS CADETS’ BOOTS, 12s. C<l. Are arch the Waist, elevate the Instep ;

are Klegant and Light on the foot, yet strong, and durable, keep the feet compaiatively dry, and are worn with the greatest possible case. The Ladies' Hungarian Boot is still the e desideratum for the coming Season. Children’s Boots and Shoes in every variety at very m oderate p
06 October 1860 - Volunteer Service Gazette and Military Dispatch - London, London, England
 
THE LONDON HAT COMPANY, 10NDON-BRIDGE, S.E. THE BEST HALF-GUINEA HAT IN LONDON, ALL SHAPES.

THE LONDON HAT COMPANY, 10NDON-BRIDGE, S.E. THE BEST HALF-GUINEA HAT IN LONDON, ALL SHAPES.

06 October 1860 - Volunteer Service Gazette and Military Dispatch - London, London, England
 
No. L. country between Cajazzo and Gaeta. The Xing had eight entire regiments of cavalry and four incomplete i i.

No. L. country between Cajazzo and Gaeta. The Xing had eight entire regiments of cavalry and four incomplete i i.

regiments, which traversed the defence line of the The portentous rollings of the dark cloud which last j and strengthencd the advanced posts. The week threatened a wild outbreak have been dissipated. , concentratlon the oy al army was The sun shines again Italy battle-ground of
06 October 1860 - Volunteer Service Gazette and Military Dispatch - London, London, England
 
VOLUNTEER SERVICE GAZETTE.

VOLUNTEER SERVICE GAZETTE.

tation being entrusted to Captain Cox, of the Margate Corps NEWPORT. Volunteer demonstration in Tredegar Park on Monday proved a great success. All Newport, in a sense, turned out for a holiday, and there were large numbers present from the surrounding districts. About five comp
06 October 1860 - Volunteer Service Gazette and Military Dispatch - London, London, England
 
SCOTLAND

SCOTLAND

DUNFERMLINE. —The annual general meeting of the Dunfermline Rifle Corps was held on the evening of the 28th ult., Captain-Commandant Beveridge in the chair. Mr Blrrell, Hon. See., read a statement of the accounts, showing a balance I in the hands of the treasurer of 1571. The me
06 October 1860 - Volunteer Service Gazette and Military Dispatch - London, London, England
 
VOLUNTEER SERVICE GAZETTE.

VOLUNTEER SERVICE GAZETTE.

Against Sergeant Slight .... 3 . 4 . 2 Private Marshall.... . • 1 Private Edmond .... 5 • •. ® The match having thus resulted a tie of 29 each, it was shot off at 300 yards, when the three second mentioned members gained 3 points. Thereafter there was a match of 5 rounds between
06 October 1860 - Volunteer Service Gazette and Military Dispatch - London, London, England
 
VOLUNTEER SERVICE GAZETTE.

VOLUNTEER SERVICE GAZETTE.

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
 
11th Middlesex or St George’s Rifle Volunteer Corps—John Hamilton Thompson, Esq., Adj., to serve with the rank of Capt. 19th

11th Middlesex or St George’s Rifle Volunteer Corps—John Hamilton Thompson, Esq., Adj., to serve with the rank of Capt. 19th

Middlesex Rifle' Volunteer Corps George Upton Robins, Esq., to be Capt. 20th Middlesex Rifle Volunteer Corps—Ens. Martin Ward to be Lieut. William Marriott Dunnage, Gent., to be Ens. vice Ward, promoted. 26th Middlesex Rifle Volunteer Corps —The Rev. Thomas Jackson, Clerk, to be
06 October 1860 - Volunteer Service Gazette and Military Dispatch - London, London, England
 
HEA T E EOT AL, HAY - MARKET, Miss Sedgwick, and the new Comedy. ‘‘Does He Love Me?”—THIS EVENING, to

HEA T E EOT AL, HAY - MARKET, Miss Sedgwick, and the new Comedy. ‘‘Does He Love Me?”—THIS EVENING, to

commence at seven with (fifth time) a new Ballet, : founded upon the Fable of j'Esop, entitled THE SUN AND THE WIND, by the Leclercqs and the Corps de Ballet, with new Scenery, &c. After which (13th time), the new and successful Comedy by Edward Falconer, Esq. DOES LOVE ME? Char
06 October 1860 - Volunteer Service Gazette and Military Dispatch - London, London, England