For Sale is an Issue of "Navy & Army Illustrated, February 4th, 1898." This issue contains 12 Pages, 24 Sides, and has been taken from a Bound Volume.
Condition is Very Good.
Articles. 1- The Commission of the "St. George." 2- Crossing the Line in the "Powerful." 3- A Notable Group of Naval Officers. 4- The Navy & Army Illustrated Notes & Queries of Service Afloat & Ashore. 5- Our "Service" Book-shelf. 6- Salt-Horse and Such-Like. Written by Lieut. Stuart D. Gordon, R. N. 7- "Sport in the Army" Written by Col. F. T. Pollok. 8- Forewarned. A Story of the intelligence Department. Written by Major Arthur Griffiths. 9- The Ross-Shire Buffs. 10- Going on Active Service. 11- Pharaoh's Army.
Photographs. 1- Front Page Portrait is of Vice-Admiral W. R. Rolland, C. B. (Descriptive Text Below.) 2- The Commission of the "St. George." a- The "St. George," Late Flag-ship at the Cape Station. b- Admiral Rawson and Officers on the March to "Mwele. c- Interior of Stockade, 'Mwele. d- Camp of the Naval Brigade. e- 'Mwele, after its Capture. f- Destruction of the Palace, Zanzibar. g- Gazi, after its Occupation. h- The British Camp at Ceri. i- The Naval Hospital at Ologbo. 3- Crossing the Line in the "Powerful." a- A Ducking by the Sea-Bears. b- Neptune's Myrmidons Shaving a Victim. c- Neptune and His Court. 4- A Notable Group of Naval Officers. a- On Board the Royal Yacht at the Naval Review. 5- A Coastguardsman off Duty. (Descriptive Text Below.) 6- Major-General Stuart James Nicholson, C. B. (Descriptive Text Below.) 7- The Ross-Shire Buffs. a- The Colours Well Guarded. b- Well-Earned Rewards. 8- A Peace Parade of "The Springers." (Descriptive Text Below.) 9- Going on Active Service. a- Falling in for Embarkation. b- On the March to the Sea. c- The Troop-Ship on the Tide. 10- Pharaoh's Army. a- Officer of the Khedive's Camel Corps. b- On Picquet Duty. c- "Along o' My Old Brown Mule." d- Types of Pharaoh's Army. e- A "Stand Easy" in the Desert. f- Bridge Building. g- A Crack Corps-The 12th Soudanese. h- "Home, Sweet Home."