For Sale is an Issue of "The & Army Illustrated, March 4th, 1898." This issue contains 12 Pages, 24 sides, and has been taken from a Bound Volume. Condition is Very Good.
Articles. 1- On the South-East of America. 2- Gun-Rooms Past and Present. 3- A Distinguished Seaman. 4- The Germans in China. 5- Our New Cruisers. 6- Our Newest Battleship. (The "Caesar.") 7- The Navy & Army Illustrated : Notes & Queries of Service Afloat & Ashore. 8- Our Service Book-Shelf. 9- Twice Round the Clock. Being a Twenty-four hours of a Cavalryman's Life. Written by G.H. Rayner. 10- The Sea Regiment Part III. By One of it's Units. 11- Forwarned. A Story of the Intelligence Department. Written by Major Arthur Griffiths. Chapter XI. Cont. and Chapter XII. (to be Cont.) 12- General Sir William Olpherts, K.c.B., V.C. 13- Her Majesty's Visit to Netley. 14- England's Veterans. 15- The Third Battalion Prince of Wales's Own. (West Yorkshire Regiment). 16- The Soudan Campaign.
Photographs. 1- Front Page shows a Portrait of "The Commander-in-Chief on the Australian Station : Rear-Admiral Hugo Lewis Pearson." 2- On the South-East Coast of America. a- Signal Staff of the "Flora." b- The Commander, Ist. Lieutenant and Petty Officers of the "Flora.' c- Captain Prothero and Officers of the "Flora." d- The Company of the "Flora." (Full Page Landscape). 3- The Gun-Room of the "Renown." 4- Stoker Lynch of the "Thrasher." 5- The Germans in China. a- The "Stitch" in Time. b- Preparing the Mid-Day Meal. c- The Protected Cruiser "Irene." d- The Protected Cruiser "Gefion." e- The Battle-ship "Kaiser." Flag-ship. f- The Third-Class Cruiser "Arcona.' g- The Protected Cruiser "Prinzess Wilhelm." h- The Battle-ship "Deutschland." Flag-ship. i- The Protected Cruiser "Kaiserin Augusta." j- The Protected Cruiser "Cormoran." 6- The Upper Deck of the "Powerful." 7- The "Caesar." (Battle-ship). 8- General Sir William Olpherts, K.C.B., V.C. 9- Her Majesty's Visit to Netley. a- Netley Hospital, from the Solent. b- The Arrival of the Queen. c- Medical Staff Corps Bringing in Invalids. d- A Ward in the Hospital. e- Taking the Air in the Grounds. 10- England Veterans. a- Thomas Cross, Aged 94. b- Sergeant Conway, Aged 66. 11- The Third Battalion Prince of Wales's Own. (West Yorkshire Regiment). a- The Commanding Officer, Adjutant, and Sergeant-Major. b- The Officers. c- The Permanent Staff. d- The Regimental Guard. e- Scene in Camp. f- The Field Kitchen. 12- The Soudan Campaign. a- Sidi Gober Station-Waiting for the Troops. b- The Arrival at the Station. c- General Henderson puts in an Appearance. d- Crossing the Line to the Train. e- Off to the Soudan. f- Teaching the "2nd Battalion" the Bagpipes. g- Leaving for the Front.