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HOMEWARD BOUND.

HOMEWARD BOUND.

SET TO MUSIC 11. W. A. BEALE. The following lines were written from incident during the late war, account of which appeared in one of the English newspapers. A transport, conveying the wounded soldiers from the Crimea, had been telegraphed as having arrived at Spithcad. No soone
09 November 1859 - Volunteer Service Gazette and Military Dispatch - London, London, England
 
THE KNAPSACK! THE KNAPSACK!! A MONTHLY PERIODICAL, PUBLISHED ON THE FIRST OF EVERY MONTH. Thr KNArsACK is particularly devoted to

THE KNAPSACK! THE KNAPSACK!! A MONTHLY PERIODICAL, PUBLISHED ON THE FIRST OF EVERY MONTH. Thr KNArsACK is particularly devoted to

Shooting, Hunting, The Turk, Sports and Pastimes, and General Literature. PRICE ONE SHILLING. Published at Tue Review” Office, 289, Strand, London. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING, IN TIME FOR THE EARLY POST. Price: SIXPENCE (Stamped). The reyieav, the country gentleman’s JOURN
09 November 1859 - Volunteer Service Gazette and Military Dispatch - London, London, England
 
VOLUNTEER SERVICE GAZETTE, AND MILITIA DISPATCH

VOLUNTEER SERVICE GAZETTE, AND MILITIA DISPATCH

The University corps were represented by Colonel Baker, Captain Burn, Lieutenant Hardy, &o.> and there were also present Drs. Fisher and Havilaud. The report, which was highly satisfactory, was read and unanimously adopted. CHATHAM.—On Friday the rifle corps assembled at their h
09 June 1860 - Volunteer Service Gazette and Military Dispatch - London, London, England
 
SATURDAY, JUNE 9,1860.

SATURDAY, JUNE 9,1860.

ÜB. SIDNEY HERBERT AND THE ADMINISTRATION OF THE WAR DEPARTMENT. Ilf a previous number of the Volunteer Sebtice Gazette we simply alluded to the defective organisation of the army as compared with that of France and other great military Powers on the Continent; but we were not t
09 June 1860 - Volunteer Service Gazette and Military Dispatch - London, London, England
 
VOLUNTEER SERVICE -GAZETTE.

VOLUNTEER SERVICE -GAZETTE.

corps thsti consequence of the remorsl of the regiment to Windsor, they h«d lost the serrices two such able instruc tors, and that the corps felt anxious to testify, present ng these testimonials to the sergeants, their appreciation of attention bestowed by them upon the corps,
17 November 1860 - Volunteer Service Gazette and Military Dispatch - London, London, England
 
with little meat, or baked in a tin ; supper, the same as breakfast, half loaf that has been served

with little meat, or baked in a tin ; supper, the same as breakfast, half loaf that has been served

out some time in the course of the day. I have not once taken off mv clothes to sleep since we landed, and only been able to do so twice to wash, then I washed mv spare shirt and socks in a ditch. However, are all alike, so nobody growls, and I believe everyone enjoys it. To be
17 November 1860 - Volunteer Service Gazette and Military Dispatch - London, London, England
 
VOLUNTEER SERVICE GAZETTE, AND MILITIA DISPATCH

VOLUNTEER SERVICE GAZETTE, AND MILITIA DISPATCH

Sheffield. Captain Burn is highly esteemed his workmen, a token ot their regard, the employes of the firm, both in Sunderland and Sheffield, subscribed to present him with a sHOrd. A valuable ai d elegant weapon was purchased, with solid silver handle and guard, bearing the foll
28 April 1860 - Volunteer Service Gazette and Military Dispatch - London, London, England
 
r UNCHEONB AND REFRESH- I i MENTS.—J. W. TYILLCOCKS, Peopmetor. OREF.N DRAGON, Corner of MADDOX STREET and REGENT STREET. Noted

r UNCHEONB AND REFRESH- I i MENTS.—J. W. TYILLCOCKS, Peopmetor. OREF.N DRAGON, Corner of MADDOX STREET and REGENT STREET. Noted

for Ihpebial Stout and Ai.i.sopp’» Pale Ale, always in fine condition.
28 April 1860 - Volunteer Service Gazette and Military Dispatch - London, London, England
 
7th SURREY.

7th SURREY.

or tting-up drill follows, till further notice, the western gallery of Taylor’s Repository, near the Elephant and Castle.—Wednesday, Squad and company drill, with arms. Manual and platoon exercises.— Saturdays; Bayonet excrciso, light drill, and manual and platoon.—Target practi
15 March 1862 - Volunteer Service Gazette and Military Dispatch - London, London, England
 
COERESPONDENCE.

COERESPONDENCE.

GOVERNMENT AID. TO THE EDITOR OF THE VOLUNTEER SERVICE GAZETTE. Sir, The Volunteers, I should think, as a body, felt not only disappointed, but something more, at the tone of the remarks of certain members of Parliament on the occasion of the vote of supply for Volunteer Corps.
15 March 1862 - Volunteer Service Gazette and Military Dispatch - London, London, England