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The Gentle Art of Germicide.

The 2nd V.B.R.W.F.

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The 2nd V.B.R.W.F. Concerning the 2nd Vol. Batt. Royal Welsh Fusiliers, The Staffordshire Advertiser says,— "This large Battalion is we should think unique in not only having its complete establishment of Officers, but actually two supernumary Second- Lieutenants. Among the latter are the Earl of Uxbridge, son of the Marquis of Anglesey, and a clergyman, the Rev W. E. Scott-Hall." CARNARVON AND THE 2ND V.B.R.W.F. Colonel B. G. Davies-Cooke, Commandant 2nd Volunteer Battalion Royal Welsh Fusiliers (Flint- shire and C irnarvonshire Rifle Volunteers) has received the following letter from the Mayor of Carnarvon (Councillor Issard Davies) Gllild- hall, Carnarvon, July 14th, 1894.—Dear Colonel Davies-Cooke,—I hope you will allow me, on behalf of the town, to express to you, the officers, and men of the 2nd Battalion Royal Welsh Fusiliers our very sincere thanks for the great assistance you gave us in the maintenance of order on the occasion of the Royal visit. The smart, soldier-like appearance of your men, and their evident knowledge of the duty required of them, contributed in no slight degree to the success of our reception. I would also assure you of the great gratification afforded us by your selection of our town for this year's training. I hope you will come again. I cannot certainly speak too highly of the conduct of your men."

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