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CHESHIRE RIFLE ASSOCIATION.

CHESHIRE RIFLE ASSOCIATION.

The Duke of Westminster presided over the annual meeting of the Cheshire Bifle Association, held at the Grosvenor Hotel, Chester, on Jan. 28, the attendance also including the Mayor and Sheriff of Chester, General Sir Richard Wilbraham, Col. Marshall, Col. France-Hayhurst, Col.
February 8, 1890 - Volunteer Service Gazette and Military Dispatch - London, London, England
 
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February 8, 1890 - Volunteer Service Gazette and Military Dispatch - London, London, England
 
4th (Perthshire) V. 8., the Black Watch '(Royal Highlanders —Captain D. Stewart resigns his Commission —Feb. 1, 1890. 2nd V.

4th (Perthshire) V. 8., the Black Watch '(Royal Highlanders —Captain D. Stewart resigns his Commission —Feb. 1, 1890. 2nd V.

B. the Essex Regiment—Captain C. W. Gray resigns his Commission—Feb. 1, 1890. 4th V. 8., the Essex Regiment—Captain and Honorary Major J. T. Hazeldine resigns his Commission—Feb. 1, 1890. Ist V. 8., the Sherwood Foresters (Derbyshire Regiment) —Surgeon T. L. Gentles to be Surgeo
February 8, 1890 - Volunteer Service Gazette and Military Dispatch - London, London, England
 
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February 8, 1890 - Volunteer Service Gazette and Military Dispatch - London, London, England
 
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February 8, 1890 - Volunteer Service Gazette and Military Dispatch - London, London, England
 
VOLUNTEER RIFLEMEN AT HTTHE.

VOLUNTEER RIFLEMEN AT HTTHE.

An interesting lecture was delivered at Birkenhead by Captain V. A. King, of the 2nd Cheshire Rifles, on the Rifle Practice at the Hythe School of Musketry.” Captain King said—You will, perhaps, like to know what we did at Hythe, and I will try to tell you as briefly as possible
October 26, 1859 - Volunteer Service Gazette and Military Dispatch - London, London, England
 
At the present moment, owing to the late war in Italy, the recent Chinese disaster, and forthcoming congress, events each

At the present moment, owing to the late war in Italy, the recent Chinese disaster, and forthcoming congress, events each

of absorbing character, the invasion panic, and all suspicion of the good faith of the Emperor of the French towards this country seem to have subsided. The relative positions of France and England arc not, however, much altered, neither arc the sentiments of the French people o
October 26, 1859 - Volunteer Service Gazette and Military Dispatch - London, London, England
 
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Artillerv, 667 ; Cavalry, 6,927 ; Infantry, 27,813. Local Corps Artillery,' 324; Infantry, 19,752; Lahore Light Horse, 151; police and other corps in the civil department in the lower provinces, 6,380 ; ditto in the north-west provinces (Military), 20,324; Military Police, &c.,
October 26, 1859 - Volunteer Service Gazette and Military Dispatch - London, London, England
 
CONTENTS OP LAST NUMBER.

CONTENTS OP LAST NUMBER.

Advertisements of Regimental Leaders, Orders. The Americans at Wimbledon. Official Notices, &c.. of the Na- Summary of General News. tional Rifle Association. The Irish Trophy. Official Notices of the National Auxiliary Forces Circular. Artillery Association. Correspondence. Rif
July 17, 1875 - Volunteer Service Gazette and Military Dispatch - London, London, England
 
ARTIFICIAL RESTS. TO THE EDITOR OP THE VOLUNTEER SERVICE GAZETTE

ARTIFICIAL RESTS. TO THE EDITOR OP THE VOLUNTEER SERVICE GAZETTE

Sir, —I observe at shooting competitions a practice has begun, at the long ranges and at the any position, of propping up the left elbow in such way as virtually to be an artificial rest. Where a convenient hole is not found in the firingmound, a piece of turf or other substance
July 17, 1875 - Volunteer Service Gazette and Military Dispatch - London, London, England