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9tii MIDDLESEX (WEST),

9tii MIDDLESEX (WEST),

1. A Commanding Officer’s parade will take place on Tuesday, the 3rd December, at 7.30 p.m. The band and drums will attend. There will Adjutant’s parades every Tuesday and Thursday (except the Tuesday named above), at 7.30 p.m. 2. Class-firing will take place as under during the
16 November 1867 - Volunteer Service Gazette and Military Dispatch - London, London, England
 
[Nov. 16, 1867^ Queen's. Corporal Hunt ~ Leete Private North Lieutenant Hewitt Corporal Lay Ensign Nash Points. 53 53 51

[Nov. 16, 1867^ Queen's. Corporal Hunt ~ Leete Private North Lieutenant Hewitt Corporal Lay Ensign Nash Points. 53 53 51

50 „ points. Surrey. 50 Private E. Humphreys Lieutenant Govett gg Sergeant J. Smith „ Dolling 50 ~ Fichling i’neheon i° The Surrey entertained their opponents at a inn the middle of the day. 30th CHESHIRE (TRANMERE) RIFLES. The above company held their prize meeting ne> last, th
16 November 1867 - Volunteer Service Gazette and Military Dispatch - London, London, England
 
Points. 3. Private Menzies Pairman 31 4. ,» James Black 29 5. ~ James Hepburn 29 6. Corporal John Murray

Points. 3. Private Menzies Pairman 31 4. ,» James Black 29 5. ~ James Hepburn 29 6. Corporal John Murray

29 7. Private John B. Brown 29 8. Lieutenant D. Lockhart 28 Private L. Pillans 28 10. Colour-Sergeant J. Hepburn 29 11. Corporal Harland 29 12. ~ Lithgow 28
16 November 1867 - Volunteer Service Gazette and Military Dispatch - London, London, England
 
Prize.

Prize.

16 November 1867 - Volunteer Service Gazette and Military Dispatch - London, London, England
 
No. 5 Company L. R, B. 200 Yards : Sergeant John Jones Captain J. D. Phillipps Lieutenant Thomas Holt Sergeant

No. 5 Company L. R, B. 200 Yards : Sergeant John Jones Captain J. D. Phillipps Lieutenant Thomas Holt Sergeant

W. Lloyd Private P. L. Jones ~ H. Morris ~ W. H. Richards ~ Thomas Sewards ~ H. Hughes . ~ H. S. Moore 500 Yards : Colour-Sergeant Twemlow Private A. Marshall ~ W. A. Jones ~ Robert Wright ~ H. A. Storey Sergeant W. H. Sullivan Private E. Cartlidge „ W. T. Cox ~ H. Fletcher ~ R.
16 November 1867 - Volunteer Service Gazette and Military Dispatch - London, London, England
 
VOLUNTEER SERVICE GAZETTE.

VOLUNTEER SERVICE GAZETTE.

casion discuss. In any case, the matter is foreign to our Volunteer organization. As to Volunteer discipline in the field, in an army operating before an enemy, martial law must always prevail. And had the writer of the article in the Pall-Mall Gazette taken the trouble to read
16 November 1867 - Volunteer Service Gazette and Military Dispatch - London, London, England
 
Nov. 16, 1867. J

Nov. 16, 1867. J

16 November 1867 - Volunteer Service Gazette and Military Dispatch - London, London, England
 
MANUFACTURED ONLY BY

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16 November 1867 - Volunteer Service Gazette and Military Dispatch - London, London, England
 
VOLUNTEER SERVICE GAZETTE,

VOLUNTEER SERVICE GAZETTE,

02 June 1866 - Volunteer Service Gazette and Military Dispatch - London, London, England
 
passed the saluting base. The guns were well .j ai ><l equipped, and elicited some expressions of nir ati°n. Of

passed the saluting base. The guns were well .j ai ><l equipped, and elicited some expressions of nir ati°n. Of

the Ist Artillery there were five batteries, cor le '“ The different batteries of the latter in marching past were far too close together, and did in f ything like wheeling distance between them— ct, they were not separated from each other bj more 11 'Porter•distance, and ought
02 June 1866 - Volunteer Service Gazette and Military Dispatch - London, London, England