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NAVAL STATISTICS.

NAVAL STATISTICS.

In 1837, when Queen Victoria ascended the throne, the Navy consisted of 63<> vessel, with tonnage of 523,421, carrying 17,120 guns in the rated ships, and manned 31,280 seamen and marines. Of these vessels, however, only were steamers, with an aggregate horse power of 4,546. In
26 October 1859 - Volunteer Service Gazette and Military Dispatch - London, London, England
 
ESTABLIBIIMENT RIFLES.

ESTABLIBIIMENT RIFLES.

10. A company will consist of not less than nor more than 100 effectives, with 1 captain, 1 lieutenant, 1 ensign ; a sub-division of not less than effectives, with 1 lieutenant, I ensign. 11. It is understood that the formation of companies, subdivisions, or sections, will not b
26 October 1859 - Volunteer Service Gazette and Military Dispatch - London, London, England
 
DRILL AND MEANS OE INSTRUCTION. ARTILLERY.

DRILL AND MEANS OE INSTRUCTION. ARTILLERY.

25. The artillery volunteers will be taught the garrison gun drill by instructors from the Royal Artillery. They will be appointed to certain batteries or guns in the nearest possible vicinity to their homes, and when they shall have become sufficiently instructed they will be t
26 October 1859 - Volunteer Service Gazette and Military Dispatch - London, London, England
 
Akms Chosen, Unifoum, Rifle, Scarlet, Facings Line IIEMAUKS. J. W. I*. Field, Lieut, Instructor <>f Musketry; luartemuister 11. Jenffreson, M.D.,

Akms Chosen, Unifoum, Rifle, Scarlet, Facings Line IIEMAUKS. J. W. I*. Field, Lieut, Instructor <>f Musketry; luartemuister 11. Jenffreson, M.D.,

Physician ; . W. C’ooper, K. Brodhurst, T. Skoy, Surtrs.; Kev. J. 11. Knox, Chaplain.
26 October 1859 - Volunteer Service Gazette and Military Dispatch - London, London, England
 
REGULATIONS.

REGULATIONS.

1. (1) An instructor in musketry, (2) a bugler and armourer, (3) a marker, shall be appointed by the committee as occasion may require. These officers shall always be in attendance during the hours of practice. 2. All members of the club who desire to receive regular instruction
26 October 1859 - Volunteer Service Gazette and Military Dispatch - London, London, England
 

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VOLUNTEER SERVICE GAZETTE, AND MILITARY DISPATCH

VOLUNTEER SERVICE GAZETTE, AND MILITARY DISPATCH

see, gentlemen, we have done you discredit. On Monday night w*e gave the general and Ids staff splendid dinner, and on Tuesday left Hythe with heavy hearts, for we all felt we were leaving kind friends; for, from the general and his statT we had met nothing hut kindness and atte
26 October 1859 - Volunteer Service Gazette and Military Dispatch - London, London, England
 
THE VOLUNTEER SERVICE.

THE VOLUNTEER SERVICE.

Tin: attention of tin* whole British nation is now occupied considering the best means of concentrating the resources, and strengthening the armaments of (he country, as to ever ready and prepared for eventualities. That the security of onr Native aind depends solely upon ihe.-u
26 October 1859 - Volunteer Service Gazette and Military Dispatch - London, London, England
 
MEMORANDUM

MEMORANDUM

THE FORMATION, ORGANISATION, ESTABLISHMENT, Instruction, &e., Volunteer Corps in Great Britain, to Raised under the Act 44 Geo. hi., Cap. 54. CONDITIONS ACCEPTANCE OF OFFERS OF SERVICE. 1. all cases of actual invasion, or appearance of any enemy force the coast of Great Britain,
26 October 1859 - Volunteer Service Gazette and Military Dispatch - London, London, England
 
ACCOUTREMENTS.

ACCOUTREMENTS.

19. Accoutrements, to be provided at the expense of the members, will consist of waist-belt of black or brown leather, sliding frog for bayonet, ball-bag containing cap-pocket, and twenty-round pouch. Patterns may be seen on application at the pattern-room, War Department, Pimli
26 October 1859 - Volunteer Service Gazette and Military Dispatch - London, London, England
 
BOMBAY PRESIDENCY.

BOMBAY PRESIDENCY.

Horse Artillery, 004; Foot Artillery (European), 1,412; Engineers, Sappers, and Miners, 103; Infantry (European), 2,850; Cavalry (Native), 1,515; Infantry (Native), 28,295 ; Golundause Artillery, Gun Lascars, Artillery Drivers, and Sappers and Miners, 2,645; Marine, Native, extr
26 October 1859 - Volunteer Service Gazette and Military Dispatch - London, London, England