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THE ARMY AND NAVY GAZETTE. THE REGIMENTS

THE ARMY AND NAVY GAZETTE. THE REGIMENTS

Appointments, Promotions and Retirements. (From the London Gazette.) Office, May 37. Regular Forces. Jtoynl FI yin o Corps. Military Wing. General hist. —Lt. A. J. Edgar, S. Afr. Def. Force, to temp. Lt. (Sept. 17, 1917). without any consequent adjustment pay or allces. Infantry
June 4, 1921 - Army and Navy Gazette - London, London, England
 
June 4, 1921.

June 4, 1921.

June 4, 1921 - Army and Navy Gazette - London, London, England
 
HAWKES and CO Limited. , 1 BMILE BOW, BtOENT STREET, W.l. , T Accoutrement M^ul.ctorer., Helmet, Army Cap itary outfitters,

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June 4, 1921 - Army and Navy Gazette - London, London, England
 
ARMY ASSURANCE ASSOCIATION.

ARMY ASSURANCE ASSOCIATION.

THE
February 9, 1901 - Army and Navy Gazette - London, London, England
 
Fkom Pobxsmouth to London.

Fkom Pobxsmouth to London.

Dork and threatening proved the day that was to ■witness the translation of Queen Yictosia’s remains to her last and regal home. The calm and beautiful weather that graced the naval pageant was succeeded last Saturday morning by fall of snow at Portsmouth, followed by blinding r
February 9, 1901 - Army and Navy Gazette - London, London, England
 
The Ceremony at Frogmore.

The Ceremony at Frogmore.

The final ceremony of the obsequies of Queen Victoria took place on Monday and was of simple and unaffected character. The King had ordered that the route of the procession to Frogmore should be by the Long Walk, so that many might pay their last homage to his mother. And there
February 9, 1901 - Army and Navy Gazette - London, London, England
 
CROOK’S PUTTIE LECCINCS.

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February 9, 1901 - Army and Navy Gazette - London, London, England
 
HOVE, SUSSEX. MR. SPENCER MITCHELL, (late the Border Begiment,) Resisted Viy Colonel E. KENSINGTON, late 8.A., P.A.C. SUCCESSES. WOOLWICH. Name.

HOVE, SUSSEX. MR. SPENCER MITCHELL, (late the Border Begiment,) Resisted Viy Colonel E. KENSINGTON, late 8.A., P.A.C. SUCCESSES. WOOLWICH. Name.

Marks. 33rd F. H. Scovil 8,485 SANDHURST. FIRST Cavalry and Foot Guards W. H. T. E. Crawley 8,026 Infantry B. F, Wedd 5,862 Infantry L. Aylmer 5,851 Infantry K. O. Goldie 5,653 University H. S. Wintbrop ...... MILITIA COMPETITIVE. SEPTEMBER. NEW REGULATIONS. SECOND AKTILLEET— J.
February 9, 1901 - Army and Navy Gazette - London, London, England
 
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February 9, 1901 - Army and Navy Gazette - London, London, England
 
approval of the whole Empire. Throughout the campaign he has proved himself superior to the Boero at their own game.

approval of the whole Empire. Throughout the campaign he has proved himself superior to the Boero at their own game.

Moreover, the enemy have a superstitious dread of him, seeing that, in the most hopeless circumstances, he was able to hold out against their ablest generals for seven months. The troopers of the new force will be equally competent to undertake the duties required of them. Gener
September 15, 1900 - Army and Navy Gazette - London, London, England