... Ordnance, to him the chief Master of the Academy reported the first of every month what progress the Cadets, NonCommissioned Officers, and Private men, who were his Pupils, made, and in what manner they distinguished themselves most ; the names of... "The Shop": The Story of the Royal Military Academy - Page 3by Sir Frederick Gordon Guggisberg - 1902 - 296 pagesFull view
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...Private men, who were his Pupils, made, and in what manner they distinguished themselves most; . . . At this time the Regiment of Artillery consisted of...they were distinguished by Cadet Gunners, and Cadet Mattrosses; the Cadet Gunners (of which I was one) had Sixteen Pence per day, and the Cadet Mattrosses...