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FIELD AND FARM. 1

I A QUEER CONSULATE.

I S AD END OF A GARRISON DOG.

REINFORCEMENTS FOR SOUTH I…

THE VOLUNTEER REYIEW BY THE…

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THE VOLUNTEER REYIEW BY THE PRINCE OF WALES. The Brigadiers commanding the Metropolitan Volunteer Brigades have met Major-General H. Trotter, to discuss the details for the volunteer review on July 8. It has not been finally settled whether corps other than metropolitan will be allowed to take part in the parade, but as far as the list of units is concerned the following arrangements, in outline, have been decided upon, subject to such alterations as may become necessary The troops assembled will be under the command of Major-General Trotter, commanding the home dis- trict, and the arrangements will be carried out under the direction of the Home District staff. The volun- teer artillery, with the exception of the Honourable Artillery Company, will be brigaded under the com- mand of Lieut.-Colonel F. T. M. Beaver, R.A. The volunteer engineers will be brigaded under the com- mand of Colonel S. Waller, R.E. The infantry brigades will assemble under orders from their own brigadiers, and will be marched from the brigade ren- dezvous to the following places where they will take up the formations noted below Honourable Artillery Company, on the Horse Guards Parade, facing south, with horse and field batteries in quarter column of batteries in close interval; infantry battalion in quarter column. Volunteer artillery, volunteer engi- neers, South London brigade. East London brigade, Surrey brigade, in the Mall. West London brigade, in front of Buckingham Palace and Constitution- hill. North London brigade, Green-park. Volunteer Medical Staff Corps, Constitution-hill. The troops occupying the Mall east of Marlborough-gate will be in line of quarter columns of double companies those west of Marlborough-gate in line of quarter columns. The concentration of all troops will be completed by 4.30 p.m. No transport, machine guns, or vehicles of any kinds will accompany units except the ambulauces of the London companies, Volunteer Medical Staff Corps. All troops will be in review order with rolled capes and filled water- bottles. Infantry companies will be equalised and made up to a strength of not less than 25 files. The march past will be in column by the left, with inter- vals of 10 paces between battalions and 30 paces between brigades. The troops will cross the Horse Guards Parade from the Admiralty to the Foreign Office, the saluting base being on the left in front of the Horse Guards building. The massed bands of the brigade of Guards will supply the music for the march past. The veteran sec&eaa will include only those retired officers amP jrfunteers who have received the volunteer offisi decoration or volunteer long service medal. They will assemble at West- minster-hall at four p.m. Those veterans who are in possession of uniforms should wear them. Detachments of Household Cavalry, the Brigade of Guards, and of the 2nd Battalion Middlesex Regi- ment will keep the ground. After marching past, the troops will leave the pre- cincts of St. James's-park in the following order, using the exits and taking the subsequent routes noted: Honourable Artillery Company, Volunteer Artillery, Volunteer Engineers, Storey's-gate, Victoria Embankment; South London Brigade, Buckingham Palace-gate, Birdcage-walk, Buckingham Palace- road to Chelsea Embankment ;.East London Brigade, Storey's-gate, Victoria Embankment; Surrey Brigade, Storey's-gate, Westminster-bridge; West London Brigade, Buckingham-gate, Buckingham Palace- road fto Eaton-square; North London Brigade, Storey's-gate, Victoria Embankment; Volunteer Medical Staff Corps, Birdcage-walk to Wellington Barracks.

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