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DEATE OR INJURY FROM ACCIDENT, WITH THE CONSEQUENT LOSS OF TIME AND MONEY, PROVIDED FOR A POLICY OF THE RAILWAY

DEATE OR INJURY FROM ACCIDENT, WITH THE CONSEQUENT LOSS OF TIME AND MONEY, PROVIDED FOR A POLICY OF THE RAILWAY

PASSENGERS’ ASSURANCE COMPANY against accidents CF ALL kinds. An Annual Payment of £3 to ss. insures £l,OOO at Death, or allowance at the rate of £6 per week tor Injury. £650,000 have been Paid as Compensation, ONE out of every 12 Annual Policy Holders becoming a claimant EACH Y
08 June 1872 - Volunteer Service Gazette and Military Dispatch - London, London, England
 
VOLTOTTEER SERVICE GAZETTE

VOLTOTTEER SERVICE GAZETTE

CITY OF EDINBURGH AND MID-LOTHIAN RIFLE ASSOCIATION.
08 June 1872 - Volunteer Service Gazette and Military Dispatch - London, London, England
 
CUMBERLAND

CUMBERLAND

AND WESTMORELAND RIFLE ASSOCIATION. THE TWELFTH ANNUAL PRIZE COMPETITION OF THIS ASSOCIATION WILL TAKE PLACE At the CUMMERSDALE RANGE, CARLISLE, on WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY, and FRIDAY, the 26th, 27th, and 28th JUNE. MONEY and PLATE to the amount of £250 will be given to shoot for. P
08 June 1872 - Volunteer Service Gazette and Military Dispatch - London, London, England
 
CHESHIRE RIFLE ASSOCIATION, 1872.

CHESHIRE RIFLE ASSOCIATION, 1872.

Patron—THE RIGHT HON. LORD EGERTON OF TATTON, Lord-Lieutenant of the County. President—LlEUT.-COLONEL KING, Ist Ad. Batt. C.R.V. Chairman of the Council—THE MOST HON. THE MARQUIS OF WESTMINSTER, K.O. Deputy Chairman of the Council—JOHN LAIRD, Esq., M.P. THE TWELFTH ANNUAL PRIZE
08 June 1872 - Volunteer Service Gazette and Military Dispatch - London, London, England
 
a AML. & C. SMITH’S OCTAGON- O BARRELLED RIFLES.—A Pair of the above on SALE in oak case, with leather

a AML. & C. SMITH’S OCTAGON- O BARRELLED RIFLES.—A Pair of the above on SALE in oak case, with leather

cover. Cost 120 guineas only three years since; will sold for guineas. A 12-gauge 8.-L. C.-F. RIFLE, in leather case, by Josh. Needham, Piccadilly. This is his finest quality, and cost guineas only a few months since ; has never been used, and will be sold for 40 guineas. A 35-g
08 June 1872 - Volunteer Service Gazette and Military Dispatch - London, London, England
 
“VTOTICE to VOLUNTEER CORPS. _LN —Owing to the many recent and sudden advances in Iron, the undersigned GIVE NOTICE that

“VTOTICE to VOLUNTEER CORPS. _LN —Owing to the many recent and sudden advances in Iron, the undersigned GIVE NOTICE that

they withdraw their quotations of Prices for targets. Mantlets, and Captain Hill’s Patent, Ironlined, Disc-Marking Screens for the present; and all Prices for the articles above-mentioned muse the subject of Special Arrangement.—RlCHAßDS CO., Iron Merchants, Rishopsgate-street,
08 June 1872 - Volunteer Service Gazette and Military Dispatch - London, London, England
 
ESTABLISHED, 1835. B. V/OODWARD & SONS,

ESTABLISHED, 1835. B. V/OODWARD & SONS,

08 June 1872 - Volunteer Service Gazette and Military Dispatch - London, London, England
 
MANUFACTURERS OF

MANUFACTURERS OF

BREECH-LOADING DOUBLE GUNS, Fin and Central Fire, with the Latest improvements, Double Rifles for India, with complete Outflt for Tiger or Deer Shooting. Muzzle-Loaders converted to Pin or Central-lire Breech-Loaders. Price List on application. Makers by Appointment to Her Majes
08 June 1872 - Volunteer Service Gazette and Military Dispatch - London, London, England
 
12 19°3•] IS T ESSEX R.G.A. (VOLS.). NAtid at Essex R.G.A. (Vols.) encamped during Whitheadet Sho eburyness for the annual

12 19°3•] IS T ESSEX R.G.A. (VOLS.). NAtid at Essex R.G.A. (Vols.) encamped during Whitheadet Sho eburyness for the annual

training. Leavsic quarters on Saturday, the corys, instrength . te ll , erably thund„ Over 500, reached camp in time to avoid the oi lgst ti , storm that swept over London on that day. officers present were Col. E. Garrett, V.D., Alielnng, Lieut.-Col. Bacon, V.D., Major White (A
12 June 1903 - Volunteer Service Gazette and Military Dispatch - London, London, England
 
Capt. Few, 2nd West Surrey ... ... 32. 32. .28 92 Pte. Garland, 2nd S.W.B. ... ... 34 32. .26

Capt. Few, 2nd West Surrey ... ... 32. 32. .28 92 Pte. Garland, 2nd S.W.B. ... ... 34 32. .26

92 Corpl. Bacon, 2nd East Surrey ... 27. .32. .32 91 S.-Sergt. Howell, 2nd East Surrey ... 30 30. .31 91 Vet. Mitchell, 3rd West Surrey ... 30...32...29 91 S.-Sergt. Quinton, Ist West Surrey... 32-30. .29 91 Pte. Knapp, 2nd East Surrey ... 33...29. .29 91 Sergt.-Major Beseley, _
12 June 1903 - Volunteer Service Gazette and Military Dispatch - London, London, England