Historical record of the 1st Cornwall (duke of Cornwall's) artillery volunteers

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Page 9 - I have the honour to acknowledge the receipt of your " Lordship's letter of the 12th instant,
Page 130 - Not a single man of the Company died during the six " years, which is certainly very remarkable. The men, except " seven or eight of them from the neighbouring parishes, belonged " to East and West Looe, as did also the Officers.
Page 64 - to a Corps in an Administrative Regiment, the number also of their Brigade or Battalion; Light Horse Artillery, Engineers, and Mounted Rifle Volunteers
Page 130 - were commanded by a Captain and two Lieutenants of their " own choosing. The dress was a dark-blue coat and pantaloons, " with red facings and yellow wings and tassels, and a white
Page 64 - initials of their County, and the number of their Corps in the County, and if they belonged to a Corps in an Administrative Regiment, the number also of their Brigade or Battalion;
Page 130 - In the year 1803, a Volunteer Company, under the title of the " East and West Looe Volunteer Artillery, was established, and " kept in pay from Government for six years. They learned the " exercise of the great guns, and also of small arms, and every " requisite for their use being supplied by Government. The " Company, on an average, consisted of from
Page 61 - be appointed to the probationary rank of Sub-Lieutenant until reported on at the next Inspection. If the Inspecting Officer informed the Commanding Officer, and stated in his
Page 14 - as will be seen from the following extract of a letter addressed to the
Page 112 - On this occasion, for the first time since the formation of the
Page 16 - the Prince of Wales has been graciously pleased to

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