General regulations and standing orders for the garrison of Gibraltar

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Page 5 - Officers of his Regiment to the Governor, or Commander in Chief for the time being; and the
Page 20 - has any right to interfere or to give any orders, on the
Page 59 - to the directions he is ordered to give, he is to call to the Guard, and acquaint the Officer with the
Page 52 - Old Mole, Ragged Staff, and New Mole Guards are to remain under Arms till the Gates
Page 58 - to cloak, and unfix Bayonets, the Sentry in his Box is to pay all Officers the
Page 51 - The Serjeant of the Rounds then returns, and the Serjeant of the Guard, leaving his
Page 54 - in the morning Guard Report; but the order of an Officer is not to
Page 57 - in the execution of his orders, nor is he to go into his Sentrybox,
Page 57 - and, when relieved, he is to mention to the Corporal the deficiencies of the
Page 11 - which are to be examined by the Subaltern of the day, before they

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