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TO SPORTSMEN. THE following Articles of the best quality, manufactured by FuKDEaicK Joyce, of London, may be had of most

TO SPORTSMEN. THE following Articles of the best quality, manufactured by FuKDEaicK Joyce, of London, may be had of most

Gun-makers : Military Rifle Percussion Caps. Patent Ptroxyltne Sporting Do. Original (1824) Anti-Corrosive Do. Treble Waterproof Central Fire Do. Chemically Prepared Cloth, Felt, and Paper Waddings, Cartridge Cases for Breech Loading Shot Guns, Wire and Universal Shot Cartridge,
06 October 1860 - Volunteer Service Gazette and Military Dispatch - London, London, England
 
VOLUNTEER RIFLE CORPS.

VOLUNTEER RIFLE CORPS.

•VTOTICE.—In consequence of the _L i heat and fatigue experienced by Gentlemen after exercising and review, many have been induced to try OLD RIDGE’S BALM of COLUMBIA, which invariabiy has produced such a peculiar refreshing coolness to the head that it has become most valuable
06 October 1860 - Volunteer Service Gazette and Military Dispatch - London, London, England
 
NEW LEASE OF LIFE.

NEW LEASE OF LIFE.

Being a tonic stimulant, alterative, reviving, active, and strengthening agent, it ailays diseased irritability, calms the body and mind, and in low spirits, hypochondriasis, produces a state of feeling, tranquillizing the nerve-, acting as a palliative in chronic hysterics and
06 October 1860 - Volunteer Service Gazette and Military Dispatch - London, London, England
 
NEVER-FAILING

NEVER-FAILING

for all female complaints, mental and physical debility loss of appetite, inward wasting, trembling or shaking of the hands, relaxation from long residence in hot climates, muscular and nervous maladies, gout, rheumatism, and many other diseases originating in the heart, lungs,
06 October 1860 - Volunteer Service Gazette and Military Dispatch - London, London, England
 
Just Published,

Just Published,

“BUCHAN’S DOMESTIC MEDICINES,” Containing Life of 'the Doctor—Likeness—Valuable Advice to Mothers—List of Diaeases-Symptoms and Remedies for self-treatment. Issued gratuitously application, or sent, post free, on receipt of one postage Stamp, from BUCHAN and Co.’s Warehouse, 22
06 October 1860 - Volunteer Service Gazette and Military Dispatch - London, London, England
 
G TOWER HAMLETS RIFLE CORPS. OO E and SON, Tailors and Accoutrement Makers, 25 Church street, Spitalfields, Arc appointed Contractors

G TOWER HAMLETS RIFLE CORPS. OO E and SON, Tailors and Accoutrement Makers, 25 Church street, Spitalfields, Arc appointed Contractors

for the above Corps. Cost of Tunic and Trousers, Waist-Belt, Frog, Ball Bag, Shoulder Belt, Ornament, Cartridge Box, Cap, Cover, and Ornaments complete, £3:4:6 Other Tower Hamlets Corps at £3 : 10 complete. ,Sword Bayonets supplied at 12s.
06 October 1860 - Volunteer Service Gazette and Military Dispatch - London, London, England
 
WHISKY.

WHISKY.

Fine Scotch TANTALLON Irish ENNISMORE
01 March 1901 - Volunteer Service Gazette and Military Dispatch - London, London, England
 
VOLUNTEER SERVICE GAZETTE. •

VOLUNTEER SERVICE GAZETTE. •

VOLUNTEER SERVICE GAZETTE. officers of E Co. come on duty. Manual, firing, bayonet, and physical drill, under company officers. Recruit drill. Signallers' practice.—Tuesday, recruit drill. School of arms, bayonet v. baronet.— Wednesday, classing at Stanmore. Mounted Infantry dril
01 March 1901 - Volunteer Service Gazette and Military Dispatch - London, London, England
 
VOLUNTEER SERVICE GAZETTE.

VOLUNTEER SERVICE GAZETTE.

on it became necessary to clothe the horse with armour like his rider. As time went on, the value of the horse was mere prominent as a means of giving mobility to the musketeer and to the scout. The great Napoleon's tactics temporarily rescued Cavalry from the subordinate positi
01 March 1901 - Volunteer Service Gazette and Military Dispatch - London, London, England
 
PROJECTILES FROM VEHICLES.

PROJECTILES FROM VEHICLES.

Let us come now to the Artillery, here again, at first in the history of its use, there was an interchange of projectiles, only at a greater distance than between muskets. The men who used the gun mounted on wheels, were, for instance, in India, in John Company's days, personall
01 March 1901 - Volunteer Service Gazette and Military Dispatch - London, London, England