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assume the direction of operations against General Botha in person, leaving it for Sir lan Hamilton, in his capacity as

assume the direction of operations against General Botha in person, leaving it for Sir lan Hamilton, in his capacity as

Chief of the Staff, to run the official business at headquarters. Indeed, some special correspondents went to the extent of saying that the Commander-in-Ohief had actually left to join Major-General Bruce Hamilton with this object. There was a certain degree of justification for
December 21, 1901 - Army and Navy Gazette - London, London, England
 
THE ARMY AtfD NAVY GAZETTE. Ac.

THE ARMY AtfD NAVY GAZETTE. Ac.

Far from it; he had to report to the Khedive how admirably the native eoldiers had behaved. Khartoum, he said, is not yet a pleasure resort, but it is fast becoming a most pleasant and prosperous centre, and there is nothing to lead to the belief that there is the slightest disa
December 21, 1901 - Army and Navy Gazette - London, London, England
 
December 21, 1901. TOMMY ATKINS’ SINS. The evil that men do lives after them,” and this is exemplified in Tommy

December 21, 1901. TOMMY ATKINS’ SINS. The evil that men do lives after them,” and this is exemplified in Tommy

Atkins’ career. The sins committed by him in his youth survive, and are often most unjustly made to damn him in the end. I have inquired into this in many places, and old soldiers have invariably stated their conviction that there should two periods of service—the young and the
December 21, 1901 - Army and Navy Gazette - London, London, England
 
THE ARMY AND NAVY GAZETTE, &c.

THE ARMY AND NAVY GAZETTE, &c.

or in camp, it is the same.” They seem all to determined to live up to the glorious record of their fighting regiment. The result could leave nothing to be desired. Lieut.-001. Barter, 0.8., has written, through Lieut.-001. Sir H. Johnson, to thank Lady Johnson for the £lOO cash
December 21, 1901 - Army and Navy Gazette - London, London, England
 
THE ARMY AND NAVY GAZETTE, &c.

THE ARMY AND NAVY GAZETTE, &c.

THE SCHLEY INQUIRY. TT is not possible to conceive anything more unsatisfactory than the Report of tho Court of Inquiry which has investigated the professional conduct of Admiral Schley before and during the battle of Santiago. The case has agitated public opinion in the United
December 21, 1901 - Army and Navy Gazette - London, London, England
 
Salmon was properly in station, and not, as confended by the people of the Cambridge from threequarters of mile to

Salmon was properly in station, and not, as confended by the people of the Cambridge from threequarters of mile to

a mile behind the Haughty. After the coroner had summed up, the jury found a verdict as to the cause of the death of the two men, Bartlett and Amering, in accordance with the medical evidence. Prom the evidence had heard they did not consider that either Lieut. West, of the Salm
December 21, 1901 - Army and Navy Gazette - London, London, England
 
PRIZE DAY ON THE “ BRITANNIA.”

PRIZE DAY ON THE “ BRITANNIA.”

PRIZE DAY ON THE BRITANNIA.” The prizes awarded in the final examination on board the Britannia, at Dartmouth, were on Wednesday distributed by Admiral Lord Charles Scott, Commander-in-Chief at Devonport. Mr. W. L. Healey, senior naval instructor, in presenting the results of the
December 21, 1901 - Army and Navy Gazette - London, London, England
 
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December 21, 1901 - Army and Navy Gazette - London, London, England
 
EPPS’S

EPPS’S

QEATEFUL—OOMTOETIHO
December 21, 1901 - Army and Navy Gazette - London, London, England
 
CASUALTIES IN SOUTH AFHIOA. (Where not otherwise designated the names are those of Privates, Troopers, Gunners. Sappers Wounded marked with

CASUALTIES IN SOUTH AFHIOA. (Where not otherwise designated the names are those of Privates, Troopers, Gunners. Sappers Wounded marked with

asterisk (•) have since died.) AMERSPOORT, Aug. 7. Wounded. Killiok, «79 Atedean, 4463 Balding. „ . ... Strathcona’s Corps.—3os Monteitn. R.F.A —Sard Bait.: 78385 Williams. Leicester Regt.—lst; 4248 Jordan, 3577 Wosloy. K R.R. —Ist: Col.-Sgt. 4608 Wright 7417 Oarlialas L.-Sgt. 7
August 18, 1900 - Army and Navy Gazette - London, London, England