EDITORS PREFACE —continued. The Editors desire to record their appreciation of material contributed and help given by:— Lieut.-Col. Morton Lieut. -Col. Paul Lieut.-Col. Inglis Major Paterson the Rev.A. Herbert Gray C.F. Capt. G. H.R. Laird Capt. M.M acRobert, Capt. P.T. Locking Mr. Cameron of the Chamber of Commerce, Lieut and Quarter-Master Kelly Mr. Meadows of Saltcoats (for allowing illustrations and excerpts to betaken from the diary of his son the late Lieut. B. Meadows) the relatives of the late Lieut. D. W . Hourston (for a selection of photographs from his collection) and the following gentlemen identified with the publication of 1'he Outpost: —Messrs. A.M. Cohen W .S. Corbett Mark Drummond W.M. Dixon A.G. Deans W. Glennie A.G. Houstoun J. L. Hardie C. MacCallum J. M 'Kechnie MN. 'Intyre W. K.M 'Taggart D. Murray, J. L.L. Niven F . K .Pickles H.F. Scott M.D. Thomson, R. Tilley. JOHN W .ARTHUR .IONS. MUNRO. Glasgow May 1920.
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