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LONDON: PRINTED BY SAMUEL BENTLEY,

Dorset Sweet, Fleet Street.

CONTENTS

PAGE

111

The Editor's Portfolio

113, 257, 409, 553

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Changes in the Stations of Corps

121, 268, 558

Arrivals, Sailings, and Incidents in the Fleet

122, 268, 429, 560

Prize Money

124, 560

Parliamentary Proceedings

125, 561

Promotions and Appointments

126, 277, 431, 569

Annals of the British Fleet

131, 572

Births, Marriages, and Deaths

142, 285, 438, 580

Meteorological Register

144, 288, 440, 584

To Readers and Correspondents

144, 288, 440

Naval Battles

145

Recollections of the late American War

162

On the Defence of Jersey

173

Reminiscences of a Subaltern

No. V. 177, No. VI. 328

Stand for a Mercurial Horizon

193

A Recent Visit to several of the Polynesian Islands

194, 473

On the Equipment of the British Infantry

202

Distribution of Light Cavalry and Infantry in the Field

205

The Veteran to his Sword

209

Yeomanry Cavalry

210

The Services of the late Admiral Sir Joseph Sidney Yorke, K.C.B. 215

The Services of the late Vice-Admiral the Right Hon. Sir William

Johnstone Hope, G.C.B. .

218

The Services of the late Rear-Admiral George Sayer, C.B.

221

Lithuania

223

Formation of a Naval and Military Museum

225

On the Distribution and Duties of the Unattached Medical Staff of the

Army at Home

227

Reviews and Critical Notices. On a New Armament for Ships of War,

and Razéeing—Standard Novels—Cabinet Cyclopædia-Cabinet

Library—The Twelve Nights—Views in the Burman Empire-

Panorama of Constantinople-Family Classical Library–Hinton's

United States—The Harmonicon—Cabinet Atlas-New Sporting

Magazine—The Scientific Gazette, The Edinburgh Cabinet Li-

brary–Haverhill; or Memoirs of an Officer in the Army of Wolfe 234

Experiments at Brest on Marshall's Gun-Carriages

242

Lord Camelford

245

Suggestion for a Cipher to be employed on Service

246

Remuneration for Shipwreck, &c.

247

Means of Preserving the Health of Soldiers

247

India Army-Tardy Promotion

250

Uniform of the Unattached

250

Deccan Prize Money

251

A Point of Etiquette

251

Remarks on the Proposition for a United Service Medical Society 251

Addresses and Orders on the 16th Regiment leaving Ceylon

252

Quere as to First Naval Engagement in the French War of 1744 253

Murder of Capt Logan, 57th Regiment

253

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Courts-Martial

270, 568

General Orders, Circulars, &c.

271, 567

Annals of the British Army

280

Reform

289

Letters from Constantinople, No. I.

300

Theory the Universe ; comprising Strictures on Commander Wood-

ley's “ Divine System”

305

The Soldier's Bride

318

Singular Order of Lieut.-Gen. Prescott in 1794

338

The Services of the late Admiral the Right Hon. the Earl of Northesk,

G.C.B. and Rear-Admiral of Great Britain

339

Remarks on the Comparative Services and Rewards of the several

Branches of the Army

313

United Service Recreations at Portsmouth

349

Thoughts on the Systematic Practice of Naval Maneuvres .

350

The Effects of Inexperience in Naval Affairs on the Part of the Army

- with a Remedy

354

Actions of the British Cavalry

357, 522

The Services of the late Admiral Sir John Knight, K.C.B.

363

The Services of the late Vice-Admiral Viscount Torrington

365

The Niger

367

Observations on Naval Gunnery

369

Reviews and Critical Notices.-Colonel Napier's History of the War

in the Peninsula, Vol. III.—Capt. Hall's Fragments of Voyages

and Travels

375

Queries

391

Yeomany Cavalry

393

The Twenty-third Light Dragoons at Talavera

396

Yacht Clubs and Regattas

396

United Service School-Naval and Military Museum

398

Masters in the Navy

399

Mates in the Navy without Rank

399

Medical Department

400

Army Medical Department

401

State of the Royal Marines

402

The Corps of Gentlemen Pensioners

403

Suggestions on Drill

404

Commander Lawrence on Leather Storm Sails

405

Indian Army versus that of St. Helena.

405

Trisection of an Angle

406

435

A Voice from the Army

441

On the Military Organization of Switzerland

453

Hints on Naval and Military Policy

455

On Naval Timber

457

Recollections of a Visit to Warsaw in 1828

467

Skirmish in Persia

483

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ERRATA. 1831, PART I.

Page 435, lines 19 and 20 from the bottom. There should not be a full stop or new paragraph,

the sentence should run on from the quotation.

In the Yeomanry Paper, page 500, line 12 from the bottom, for “ pretty well” read “ fitted well."

Ditto page 502, line 21 from the bottom, for “ position" read “ formation.”

Ditto page 502, line 18 from the bottom, for “their” read “ this.”

Ditto page 504, line 3 from the top, for “ horse" read “ hour.”

Ditto page 505, line 10 from the bottom, for “first rank" read “front rank.”

Ditto page 505, lines 23 and 26 from the top, for “ division" read “ divisions.”

ERRATA. 1831, PART II.

Page 6, line 34 from top, for “ second battalion” read “ two battalions."
Page 9, line 25 from top, for “ by mere pressure" read “ by the mere pressure."
Page 70, line 10 from bottom, for “ Druidar's" read “ Dundas's."
Page 339, line 3 froin bottom, for “ 29th of January” read “ 21st of January."
Page 364, line 7 from bottom, før “ Lucca” read “ Queen."
Page 364, line 12 from bottom, for “ 1799 ” read “ 1797.
Page 365, line 12 from bottom, for “ Warmer” read “ Wallace.”
Page 366, line 23 from bottom, for “ Schweling” read “ Scheveling."

In our report of the Library and Museum Meeting, for “ Capt. Blackhouse, R.N.” read “ Capt.
Backhouse, Unattached.”

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