Who optional
What else? optional

Your search returned 323,538 articles

RETIRED CAPTAINS SERVING IN THE MILITIA,

RETIRED CAPTAINS SERVING IN THE MILITIA,

TO EDITOR OF THE ARMY AND NAVY GAZETTE.” Sm,—When a captain of the regular Army transferred for service in the same rank in the Militia, what is his exact standing in the Army ? Is his seniority taken from (late of commission in his present service, or from his original commissi
09 September 1893 - Army and Navy Gazette - London, London, England
 
Imperial funds, and all intended to lie for the wellbeing of the Army. Mr. Campbell-Bannerman has just sent his reply

Imperial funds, and all intended to lie for the wellbeing of the Army. Mr. Campbell-Bannerman has just sent his reply

to the British Medical Association, which is in effect uncompromising refusal to entertain any of the points raised the deputation. It is to be regretted that the Secretary of State for War did not see his way to be little more conciliatory. The tone of the reply indeed leads to
09 September 1893 - Army and Navy Gazette - London, London, England
 
probability find himself on the high to promo- X shortcomings of the recruiter, as of course never is possible to

probability find himself on the high to promo- X shortcomings of the recruiter, as of course never is possible to

do anything which wouid impen! nnnroval of the much-enhsted recruit. There is alsoa class of recruit who di,l ' H^°™li professional perambulating militiaman He enlists iii his 56 days, and never shows his face at the clopot or any other depot. He goes quietly to work secure in t
09 September 1893 - Army and Navy Gazette - London, London, England
 
THE ARMY AND NAVY GAZETTE, &c. Lambkin, William L. Reade, Henry J. Peard, Samuel J. Rennie, John Carmichael, F.R.C.5.1., George

THE ARMY AND NAVY GAZETTE, &c. Lambkin, William L. Reade, Henry J. Peard, Samuel J. Rennie, John Carmichael, F.R.C.5.1., George

W. Brazier-Creagh, Francis T. Wilkinson, John Semple. Surg.-Capt. Richard H. S. Sawyer, M. 8., F.R.C.8.1., to be Surg.-Major (Aug. 15). Half-Pat.—Major Heathcote F. G. Campion, from Connaught Rangers, to be Lieut.-Col. Memoranda. Col. William Green, C. 8., half-pay, is placed on
09 September 1893 - Army and Navy Gazette - London, London, England
 
THE ARMY AND NAVY GAZETTE, &c. Sub-Lieutenants.— (Acting) P. G. Shilston, to the Empress of India (Sept. 11); H. A.

THE ARMY AND NAVY GAZETTE, &c. Sub-Lieutenants.— (Acting) P. G. Shilston, to the Empress of India (Sept. 11); H. A.

Gillett, to the Watchful (Sept. 10). Midshipmen.—B. A. Austen, A. Cochrane, H. Escombe, and T. E. Crease, to the Volage; C. E. Chapman, to the Calypso (all Sept. 4). Staff Commander.— G. T. Napier, to the Shannon (Sept. 6). Chief Officers of Coast Guard.—G. Cranston, for Lymingt
09 September 1893 - Army and Navy Gazette - London, London, England
 

View results found in US & World newspapers

Can you uncover your family story in our news archives?

View now Close
THIRD.... 29 th FIRST on I 7th....Cnv 13th Ii 20th I 25 th I; 13th I SECOND.J THIRD...! S7th I

THIRD.... 29 th FIRST on I 7th....Cnv 13th Ii 20th I 25 th I; 13th I SECOND.J THIRD...! S7th I

89th I SECOND.. 13th I L 1 1 * in th< Staff Collog P.S.C., late the Souther 1884, and Instructor Deputy-Ass tary mandant, CEIVR a ALTERN pupils, Comnetitivi Cols. MA PONSONB Law;and C Tactics. Addrei
09 September 1893 - Army and Navy Gazette - London, London, England
 
CT. AUSTIN’S, DULWICH VILLAGE. PRIVATE TUITION for Woolwich, Sandhurst, and Universities.—Mr. H. B. Harington, M.A., Oxon., assisted by an experienced

CT. AUSTIN’S, DULWICH VILLAGE. PRIVATE TUITION for Woolwich, Sandhurst, and Universities.—Mr. H. B. Harington, M.A., Oxon., assisted by an experienced

SUIT, PREPARES limited number of PUPILS. Great individual attention. House in grounds eight acres. Football, cricket, tennis, &c. In 1893, out of ten pupils under tuition four passed into Sandhurst, one into Woolwich, three for the Army, and one for the Professional Preliminary.
09 September 1893 - Army and Navy Gazette - London, London, England
 
■pOYAL SCHOOL for DAUGHTERS of OFFICERS of the ARMY. NOTICE is Hereby Given that tho Annual General Mooting of this

■pOYAL SCHOOL for DAUGHTERS of OFFICERS of the ARMY. NOTICE is Hereby Given that tho Annual General Mooting of this

Institution, to bo hold ou Thursday, March 20,1881, o’clock noon will at its close, constituted a SPECIAL GENERAL MEETING, for the purpose of confirming tho following addition to Fundamental Law No. privilege of a lifo presentation shall not in future extend beyond the term of 2
15 March 1884 - Army and Navy Gazette - London, London, England
 
CARLTON WHISKEY.

CARLTON WHISKEY.

Offices—92 and 94 ALBANY STREET, LONDON, N.W. Agents for India CUTLER, PALMER, aud CO. SHAVING WITH EASE AND COMFORT. GENTLEMEN WHO SHAVE WILL FIND GLISSADERMO S A LUXURY; NO BRUSH, NO WATER, NO SOAP REQUIRED. With simply a tube of Glissadermos and good razor, a comfortable shav
15 March 1884 - Army and Navy Gazette - London, London, England
 
TO MILITARY MEN. The advantage of sibley’s Bkoibiirsd EXPANDING PANTALOONS Is, no matter how tight-fitting the; may be at the

TO MILITARY MEN. The advantage of sibley’s Bkoibiirsd EXPANDING PANTALOONS Is, no matter how tight-fitting the; may be at the

kneea, after a hard day’s riding, they can be taken off with ease. SIBLET and CO., 4S ALBEMAELK STREET, PICCADILLY,
15 March 1884 - Army and Navy Gazette - London, London, England