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To be Adjutants.

To be Adjutants.

Capt. A. Maclean, of 94th Eoot.—Capt. T. Gilley, from hitlf-rpay Unattached, _ _ To be Q:artennaster. QoarterrnasterJ, Taylor, 71st Foot. MEMORANDA. The appointment of N. C. Whyte, Gent., to be Acting Assistant,. Surgeon, which appeared in the Gazette of the 24th ultimo, has bee
22 December 1854 - British Army Despatch - London, London, England
 
liopal Baba! Inttlligence.

liopal Baba! Inttlligence.

HER MAJESTY'S SHIPS IN COMMISSION. Intelligence received at this Office ttp to the time of going to Pres:, from the following Dog•Vardst and ,Stations, HOME STATIONS. Poß,TsmouTH, Dec. 16. Malacca, 17, screw corvette, Captain Farquhar, arrived at Spitbead yesterday from the Tham
22 December 1854 - British Army Despatch - London, London, England
 
SYDENELAM TROUSERS, 17s. 6d. SAMU EL, BROTHERS, 29, LUDGATEHILL, Inventors and Sole Manufacturers of the ,ottlll R Ai G S

SYDENELAM TROUSERS, 17s. 6d. SAMU EL, BROTHERS, 29, LUDGATEHILL, Inventors and Sole Manufacturers of the ,ottlll R Ai G S

h, SYDENHANI TROUSERS, at Gd. - nz - 113151w , • ,t Unequalled for Superior Style, Fit, Qnality, I Perfect Ease, Gracefulness, so requisite gentlemanly appearance, and so rarely ~,\ ki obtained. i ,\ t , The advantage of the SYDENHAM TROUSERS over all others is systems‘i t tical
22 December 1854 - British Army Despatch - London, London, England
 
A CUP OF COFFEE IN ONE MINUTE. DUNN'S ESSENCE OF COFFEE. Warranted to keep good in any clinaate.

A CUP OF COFFEE IN ONE MINUTE. DUNN'S ESSENCE OF COFFEE. Warranted to keep good in any clinaate.

F . XTRACT from the "Commercial Handbook of Chemical Analysis," by A. Normandy, M.D. "Coffee is met with in commerce as a manufactured article in the state of essence or rather extract of coffee. That preparation, providing it be genuine, is peculiarly adapted to the use of trav
03 November 1854 - British Army Despatch - London, London, England
 
-s-,..ILLUSTRA.TED LONDON NEWS.

-s-,..ILLUSTRA.TED LONDON NEWS.

-s- , ..ILLUSTRA.TED LONDON NEWS. 'THE YEAR 1855 bids fair to .be one of the most important and eventful of modern history. On the 6th of January, 1855, will be issued the firet number of a new volume of the ILLUSTRATED NEWS, and not merely a new volume, but of a new year—each vo
29 December 1854 - British Army Despatch - London, London, England
 
MEMORANDUM.

MEMORANDUM.

The removal of Ensign Sparke, from the 68th Foot, to a Cornetcy in 4th Light Dragoons, as stated in the Gazette of the 15th December, 1854, has been cancelled. The appointment of J. F. Henley, Gent., to an Ensigncy, by p., in the 73rd Foot, as stated in the Gazette of the 22nd i
29 December 1854 - British Army Despatch - London, London, England
 
IF YOUR HAIR IS GREY OR RED, ROSALIE COUPELLE'S PURE INSTANTANEOUS LIQUID HAIR DYE, univ ersally acknowledged as the only

IF YOUR HAIR IS GREY OR RED, ROSALIE COUPELLE'S PURE INSTANTANEOUS LIQUID HAIR DYE, univ ersally acknowledged as the only

perfect one and infinitely FuPerior to the numerous disgraceful imitations which smell horribly, burn the hair, and leave an unnatural tinge. Price Is. Gil. perbottle, and four times the quantity 6d., through all Chemists, &c., or sent free, secure from observation, for 52 posta
10 November 1854 - British Army Despatch - London, London, England
 
RUPTURES

RUPTURES

By Her Majesty's Royal Letters Patent. TVHITE'S MOC-MAIN PATENT LEVER YV TRUSS, requiring no steel spring round the body, is recommended for the following peculiarities and advantages : Ist, Facility of application ; 2nd, perfect freedom from liability to chafe or excoriate; 3rd
10 November 1854 - British Army Despatch - London, London, England
 
MEMORANDUM.

MEMORANDUM.

The second Christian name of Cornet Cockburn, of the 11th Light Dragoons, is Cludde. and not Chudde, as pre- Tiously stated. The names of Ensign Hervey, of the Ceylon Rifle Regiment, are Thomas George O'Donoyhue Hervey.
10 November 1854 - British Army Despatch - London, London, England
 
Itegtutental

Itegtutental

Horse Guards, Oct. SO, 1854. Recruiting Department. GENERAL ORDER, No. 633. The accompanying revised schedule, showing the age, standard, and levy money allowed for the enlistment of recruits for the cavalry and infantry of the line, having received the General Commanding in Chie
10 November 1854 - British Army Despatch - London, London, England