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THE CALLING OUT OF THE RESERVES.

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THE CALLING OUT OF THE RESERVES. The London Gazette publishes the following Royal Proclamations relative to the calling out of the Be* serves: VICTORIA B. Whereas, by the Reserve Force Act, 1867, as amended by the Army Enlistment Act, 1870, it is amongst other things enacted that, in cue of im- minent national danger, or of great emergency, the occasion being first communicated to Parliament, if Parliament be then sitting, or declared by Proclama- tion, it shall be lawful for her Majesty by Pro- clamation to direct that the Reserve Force, or such part thereof as her Majesty may think fit, may be called out on permanent service, and that upon the issuing of any such Pro- clamation the men in Class I. of the Reserve Force, or those of them to whom such Proclama- tion applies, shall become subject to general service with her Majesty's army. And the said force, or such part thereof as may be so called out shall serve in pursuance of such Proclamation until it be signified to them by her Majesty's command that their services are no longer required but so, nevertheless, that the services of men so called out shall not be required under such Proclamation beyond six months after peace has been next proclaimed: And whereas the present state of public affairs in the East, and the necessity in connection therewith of taking steps for the maintenance of peace and for the protection of the interests of the Empire, have, in Our opinion, constituted a case of great emergency within the meaning of the said Acts, and We have communi- cated the same to Parliament: Now, therefore, We do, in pursuance of the said Acts, hereby direct, that on the third day of April, 1878, Class I. of the Reserve Force shall be called out on permanent service, and that the men thereof shall, on or before the nineteenth day of April, 1878, proceed to, and attend at, the places which may be respectively appointed by Our Secretary of State, to serve as part of Our army until their services are no longer required. And We do hereby direct the Right Honourable Frederick Arthur Stanley, one of Our Principal Secre- taries of State, to give all necessary directions herein accordingly. Given at Our Court at Windsor, this second day of April, in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and seventy-eigb t, and in the forty-first year of Our Reign. God save the Queen. VICTORIA R. Whereas, by the Militia Reserve Act, 1867, as amended by the Army Enlistment Act, 1870, it is amongst other things enacted that, in case of immi- nent national danger, or of great emergency, the occasion being first communicated to Parliament, if Parliament be then sitting, or declared by Procla- mation, it shall be lawful for her Majesty, from time to time, to order that on such day as may be men- tioned in her Majesty s Order in this behalf, the men enlisted under the first-mentioned Act, or such of them as her Majesty may judge necessary, and by such Order direct, shall enter upon Army Service, and for that purpose shall attend at such place or places, and at such time or times, as shall be duly notified in this behalf; And whareasthe present state of public affairs in the East, and the necessity in connection therewith of taking steps for the maintenance of Peace and for the protection of the interests of the Empire, have, in Our opinion, constituted a case of great emergency within the meaning of the said Acts, and We have communi- cated the same to ParliatJtnt. Now, therefore, in punfaance of the said Acts, We do hereby order that on the third day of April, 1878, the men enlisted or serving under the above-mentioned Acts shall enter open Army Service; and for that purpose shall, on or before the 19th day of April, 1878, proceed to, and attend at, the places which may be respectively appointed by Our Secretary of State, and shall serve as part of Our army until their services are no longer required. And We do hereby direct the Right Honourable Frederick Arthur Stanley, one of Our Principal Secretaries of State, to give all necessary directions herein accordingly. Given at our Court at Windsor, this second day of April, in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and seventy- eight, and in the forty-first year of Our Reign. God save the Queen.

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