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J. Stewart Hardy .. 43rd Kent Rifles Rye.

J. Stewart Hardy .. 43rd Kent Rifles Rye.

Howard Jardine Macfie Malcolm W. B. Price . 9th Bedfordshire .... Bedford. Sth Dumfriesshire R.. Dumfries- Ist Midlothian Rifles.. Leith. 15th Middlesex R.... Boston. 3rd Gloucestersh. R.. Tewkesbuif-
20 February 1869 - Volunteer Service Gazette and Military Dispatch - London, London, England
 
Captain

Captain

20 February 1869 - Volunteer Service Gazette and Military Dispatch - London, London, England
 
a Cup which was added to the first prize for the Artillery Carbine. The marking and register keeping was as

a Cup which was added to the first prize for the Artillery Carbine. The marking and register keeping was as

usual performed by the staff of the Militia of the County, and the thanks of the Council are tendered to the Colonels commanding the several corps of Militia for allowing their attendance. The prizes won by Lancashire Volunteers at Wimbledon in 1868 were as follow—viz., Corporal
20 February 1869 - Volunteer Service Gazette and Military Dispatch - London, London, England
 
February 20, 18^9.

February 20, 18^9.

20 February 1869 - Volunteer Service Gazette and Military Dispatch - London, London, England
 
ASTER MONDAY REVIEW. To be LET in Dover, for three or four weeks, semidetached VILLA RESIDENCE (FURNISHED), situated in a

ASTER MONDAY REVIEW. To be LET in Dover, for three or four weeks, semidetached VILLA RESIDENCE (FURNISHED), situated in a

fashionable and pleasant part of the town, commanding view of the Castle, Western Heights, (fee., and within five minutes’walk of the Sea, Town Railway Station (L. C. <fe D. R.), Market-square, and Town Hall. Possession may be had any time before Easter.—For Terms, <fec., addres
20 February 1869 - Volunteer Service Gazette and Military Dispatch - London, London, England
 
RASTER MONDAY REVIEW. Mr. JOHN E. MARTIN begs most respectfully to call the attention of the Commanding Officers and Volunteers

RASTER MONDAY REVIEW. Mr. JOHN E. MARTIN begs most respectfully to call the attention of the Commanding Officers and Volunteers

in general that he is prepared to CONTRACT with any number for BOARD, SLEEPING, and ACCOMMODATION. —For further particulars apply at once to J. E. Martin, Auctioneer and Valuer, Office—Castle-street, Dover; or of J. M. Green, Esq., 17, Ironmonger-lane, London, E.C.
20 February 1869 - Volunteer Service Gazette and Military Dispatch - London, London, England
 
VOLUNTEEE SEBYICE GAZETTE,

VOLUNTEEE SEBYICE GAZETTE,

the country’s defence. So far, it may be, the late Lord Herbert was right in his opinion that the Volunteer movement should not be extended to the i-aising of a cavalry foi’ce. If the expensive model of our regular cavalry is to be copied by Yolun teers, as it is by the Yeomanry
17 December 1864 - Volunteer Service Gazette and Military Dispatch - London, London, England
 
THE WEEK.

THE WEEK.

The news from America increases in interest, though there is still much vagueness connected with the Georgian invasion of General Sherman. That officer having plunged deep into the heart of a hostile State, it becomes impossible that the Federals should have any exact news of hi
17 December 1864 - Volunteer Service Gazette and Military Dispatch - London, London, England
 
2nd ANGLESEA ARTILLERY.

2nd ANGLESEA ARTILLERY.

On Saturday, November 26, the two batteries of the above corps, numbering about 100, and baud, under the command of Capt.-Commandant Rigby, paraded punctually at 3 r. for the annual inspection by the major of the brigade, the Hon. 0. Stanley, M.P., and examination by the adjutan
17 December 1864 - Volunteer Service Gazette and Military Dispatch - London, London, England
 
VOLUNTEER SERVICE GAZETTE.

VOLUNTEER SERVICE GAZETTE.

He had firm faith that social profligacy was incompatible with national heroism. (Cheers.) In the Volunteer movement there were the elements of a higher scale of morality and national feeling than ever was known in this country before. Was it nothing that a young man should be t
17 December 1864 - Volunteer Service Gazette and Military Dispatch - London, London, England