The Organisation of the Royal Naval Artillery Volunteers Explained (Classic Reprint)
In inviting persons to enrol themselves in the corps, Howto be the Lords Commissioners of the Admiralty desire to recruited' extend the volunteer movement, so successfully esta blished as an auxiliary to the land forces, to the defence of this country by sea. The proposal is novel and un precedented in its character. In any other country than our own, it would, in all probability, be visionary.
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