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! OFFICERS COMMANDING VOLUNTEER…

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OFFICERS COMMANDING VOLUNTEER BRIGADES. Sir,—With reference to your remarks in a late issue on the above subject, I would beg to point out that according to paragraph 989 Volunteer Regulations, Officers appointed to command volunteer infantry brigades who are not already general officers, will be recognised as Brigadier Gaurals, and will be addressed accord- ingly." This is also laid down in W. O. letter dated 28th June, 1394. The title Brigadier General, conferred by the above-quoted authorities, does not ia any way supersede Line Colonels, who would still be senior to all Volunteer Brigadiers who were not Line Colonels or General Officers themselves in their own right, as is the case in many instances.— Yours truly, VOLUNTEER. Liverpool, 13th September, 1897.

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