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AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE, ASPATRIA* Cumberland. Situated in one of the finest Stock-raising Districts the Country, In close proximity to Lake District

AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE, ASPATRIA* Cumberland. Situated in one of the finest Stock-raising Districts the Country, In close proximity to Lake District

and Seaside, Six Farms, Dairy and Workshops. Next term begins October 2. Principal! J. Suits Him,, BJL, B.Sc.
October 27, 1900 - Army and Navy Gazette - London, London, England
 
THE ARMY AND NAVY GAZETTE, &c.

THE ARMY AND NAVY GAZETTE, &c.

arms personal The Duke of Cambridge will preside at the fifty-fifth anniversary meeting of the boldiers Daughters’ Home, at the Home, Hampstead, on Monday next, at 3 p.m. Lord Wolseley has consented to preside, on the 25th inst., at the dinner at the Hotel Cecil to celebrate the
June 16, 1900 - Army and Navy Gazette - London, London, England
 
Sharpshooting for Sport & War.

Sharpshooting for Sport & War.

By W. W. GBETSNEE, Author of The Gum," The Breechloader and How to Use It,” Ac. Contains The British a Nation of Sharpshooters—The Rifle as Means to Sport anil Recreation—Varieties of the Rifle—Preliminary Practice—Hovw Hit the Mark—Science In Rifle Shooting- Rifle Clubs and Hew
June 16, 1900 - Army and Navy Gazette - London, London, England
 
THE ARMY AND NAVY GAZETTE.

THE ARMY AND NAVY GAZETTE.

June 16, 1900 - Army and Navy Gazette - London, London, England
 
Abstract of losses in Field Force, S. Africa, excluding sick and wounded men still in British hospitals in S. Africa.

Abstract of losses in Field Force, S. Africa, excluding sick and wounded men still in British hospitals in S. Africa.

Eep’td. during fortnight— Killed in action Died of wounds in S. Africa Missing and prisoners.. Died of disease in S. Africa Accidental deaths in S. Africa Sent home as invalids... Total losses up to and including the fortnight— Killed in action Died of wounds Missing and prisone
June 16, 1900 - Army and Navy Gazette - London, London, England
 
THE ARMY AND NAVY GAZETTE. &c.

THE ARMY AND NAVY GAZETTE. &c.

regiments in war and peace, and this volume is the second of them. The author has shown excellent capabilities as a descriptive military writer, and his account of the gallant service the famous “Fighting Fifth” is all that it should be. Our Flags; their Origin, Use, and Traditi
July 20, 1901 - Army and Navy Gazette - London, London, England
 
SANDILANDS.

SANDILANDS.

CAVALRY OUTFITTERS, PANTALOONS, POLO BREECHES, II k 12, CONDUIT STREET, W.
July 20, 1901 - Army and Navy Gazette - London, London, England
 
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July 20, 1901 - Army and Navy Gazette - London, London, England
 
GRENADIER GUARDS.

GRENADIER GUARDS.

Capt. G. C. Tryon placed on temp, half-pay on account of ill-health; Supy. Capt. Hon. G. A. A. Hood to be Capt., vice G. C. Tryon. COLDSTREAM GUARDS. Supy. Capt. J. Ponsonby to be Capt., in succession to Major and Brevet Lieut.-Col. F. I. Maxse, C. 8., D. 5.0., extra-regimentall
July 20, 1901 - Army and Navy Gazette - London, London, England
 
AMUSEMENTS.

AMUSEMENTS.

PALACE THEATRE OP VARIETIES, SHATTESBUBY AVENUE, LONDON. Every evenine at 7.45. The most comfortable and elegant place amusement in England. Manager, Mr. Cuabies Mobtoh.
July 20, 1901 - Army and Navy Gazette - London, London, England