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\AVAL AND MILITARY INTELLIGENT^. The Army and Navy Gazette Q^ean Brigade, viz., the 3rd battan batt^ion Scot, battalion Coldstream, arid1 served in Fusiliers. The seniov ofiicer infantry force at the Eastern campaign. as" ollows;—The 2nd batta- r^ThKwiiiVnAttaliPon 7th Fusiliers (from Ports- ^d 'Million 15th Regiment, 2nd battalion TU^Dt (from Colchester), 2nd battalion 17th battalion 22nd Reeiment (&om P^ey), 2nd battalion 22nd Regiment 2,th Tpuskillings, 30th Regiment (from Jersey), 46th Regi- i^nt, 50th Queen's, 4th. battalion 60th Rifles (from ssth Rflfiment (from Portsmouth), Wtn Light Infantry (from Glasgow), 95th Regiment (from Gosport), 99th Regiment, 100th Kegiment, 102nd Fusiliers, and 2nd battalion Rifle Brigade (from Shorncliffe.) The 2nd battalion 18th Royal Irish, 82nd Regiment, and 103rd Fusiliers will remain at Aldershot during the time the army is in the field.-The Emperor of Germany has ap- pointed the following officers to attend the summer manoeuvres at St. Petersburg officially Major-General Prince Hohealohc-Tagelfingen, Colonel Oppel, Captain (of cavalry) Kasé. Lieutenant Count Eulenburg, Lieu- tenant-Colonel Ostan, and M.-ijor Kcerber. Pending the commissioning of her Majesty's snip Challenger, the officers who are to take part in the forthcoming scien- tific expedition under Captain Nares have been appointed to H.M.S. Ppuabroko for pay and time, and in the mean- time many of them will DO pennon .v —— studies on magnetism, &c., at the Observatory at Kew. The expedition will leave England about the month of November, and will at first proceed to the PftclSc J take a course of deep-sea soundings It will also Belact the best position for observing the transit of the planet JTenus, which will occur next year, and after completing 'some contemplated valuable surveys the ship most likAlv retniri to England some time dunng the year »75.—Major-General Lysons has accepted the Manchester command in connection with which his name was associated. The United Service Gazette says The Militia regiments which have been nominated to take part in Manoeuvres are to have a month's previous training.

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