For Sale is an Issue of "Navy & Army Illustrated, January 21st, 1898. Thiss issue contains 12 Pages, 24 Sides, and has been taken from a Bound Volume.
Condition is Very Good.
Articles. 1- Signalling in the Navy. 2- Snap-Shots on Board a Battle-Ship. 3- The Marines at Bermuda. 4- The Navy & Army Illustrated, Notes & Queries of Service Afloat & Ashore. 5- Our "Service" Book-Shelf. 6- "Queen Victoria's Keys." An Ancient Military Ceremony. Written by W. Sidney Randall, B. A., Chaplain to the Forces. 7- The Coast Blockade, an Extinct Naval Department. Written by Commander Hon. Henry N. Shore R.N. 8- Forwarned. a Story of the Intelligence Department. Written by Major Arthur Griffiths. Chapter VI. & Chapter VII. (To be Cont.) 9- Military Ballooning.
Photographs. 1- Front Page Portrait shows "Vice-Admiral Philip H. Colomb." (Descriptive Text Below.) 2- Signalling in the navy. a- Semaphore Instruction. b- Packing up after Instruction. c- Learning the Flags. d- The Art of Hoisting Flags. e- The Use of the Heliograph. f- Making a Semaphore from the "Edinburgh." g- Taking in a Semaphore in the "Renown". h- Learning Telegraphy at Short Range. 3- Snap-shots on Board a Battle-Ship. a- Inspecting a Bluejacket small Arm Party. b- Bluejacket small Arm Party at Drill. c- Marines Preparing for Inspection. d- Testing Torpedoes Alongside. e- Heavy Marching Order for Marines. 4- The Marines at Bermuda. a- Typical Group of the Marines at bermuda. b- The Commandant, Royal Marines, Bermuda, and Sergeants. c- The Royal Marine Canteen Committee at Bermuda. 5- Military Ballooning. a- Colonel Templer, Superintendent R. E. Balloon Factory, Aldershot. (Full Page with Descriptive Text Below). b- Making small Balloons. c- Dressing Skins. d- Balloon Section, R. E. e- The Steam Sapper. f- Testing the Quality of Gas. g- In Mid Air. h- Filling Room. i- Making Gas. j- Discussing the Route. k- Waggons carrying Balloons and Gas. l- Crowning the Balloon. m- Balloon Partly Full. n- Balloon Three Parts Full. o- Testing a Tube. p- Taking an Observation.