For Sale is an Issue of "Navy & Army Illustrated," August 6th, 1897. This issue contains 12 pages, 24 sides, and has been taken from a Bound Volume.
Articles. 1- Rear-Admiral Claude Edward Buckle. (Front Page). 2- The Royal Naval Barracks, Devonport. 3- Naval Winter Quarters Abroad. 4- The Austrian Navy. 5- The Navy & Army Illustrated. Notes and Queries of Service Afloat & Ashore. 6- Piracy. Written by E. G. Esting. 7- The School of Gunnery at Shoeburyness. Written by John Leyland. 8- Across the Salt Seas. A Romance of War and Adventure. Written by John Bloundelle-Burton. Chapter XXI. (Cont). Chapter XXII. (To be Cont.) 9- Colonel Robert Macgregor Stewart, C.B., A.D.C. 10- The School of Gunnery, Shoeburyness.
Photographs. 1- Rear-Admiral Claude Edward Buckle. (Front Page). 2- The Royal Naval Barracks, Devonport. a- The Clock Tower and Guard House. b- General View of the Barracks. c- A Barrack Room. d- The Cook House. e- The Canteen. f- A "Sing-Song" Room of the Canteen. g- The Wash House. h- The Sick Bay. i- The Captain and Officers. j- The Chief Petty Officers. k- The Stokers. 3- Naval Winter Quarters Abroad. a- Commencing to Dismantle the "Rattler.' b- Entering the Dock. c- Housed in for the Winter. d- Marines in Winter Rig. e- Officers and Crew of H.M.S. "Rattler." 4- The Austrian Navy. a- Tasting Provisions. b- Seamen at Dinner on Board the "Kronprinz Rudolf." 5- The School of Gunnery, Shoeburyness. a- Colonel Robert Macgregor Stewart, C.B., A.D.C. b- Colonel G.H. Marshall, R.A., Chief Instructor, Horse and Field Artillery. c- Colonel J. F. Bally, R.A., Chief Instructor, Garrison and Siege Artillery. d- Major N. B. Inglefield, R.A., Brigade-Major, School of Gunnery. e- Dismounting 10-in. Beech-Loader. f- Hauling 10-in. Muzzle-Loader Up an Incline. g- Disembarking 110-ton Gun. h- Dismounting 10-in. Muzzle-Loader. i- High-Angle Firing. (Full Page Landscape Photograph with Descriptive Text below.) j- Practice with a 6.6-in. Howitzer. k- Practice from a Battery of 9-in. Guns. l- Shifting 10-in. Beech-Loader. m- Practice from a Battery of 64-pounders. n- Good Practice. o- High-Angle Firing.
Condition is Very Good, the Spine strengthened with Filmoplast Tape.