Under the Union Jack, No. 22, Vol. 2, April 7th 1900

UNDER THE UNION JACK. [April 7,1900. THE WAR IN SOUTH AFRICA. SOUTHAMPTON TO SOUTH AFR IC A .The Castle Company’s steamer“ Tintagel Castle” lefi Southampton amid the cheers of hundreds of well-wishers. The troops consisted of detachments of the xst Middlesex, Newcastle, 2nd Yorkshire, Tower Hamlets, Durham, ist Yorkshire, Devon and Somerset, Hampshire, London, and Sussex Volunteer Engineers, the Royal West Surrey, Somerset Light Infantry, East Surrey, Royal Sussex, South Stafford, Oxfordshire Light Infantry, and Middlesex Volunteer Service Corps, as well 'as,- part of Lord Lovat’s Corps. I't -•*•**'‘j'^ i '.''<•••>.\\‘c’i¦"','¦(*••¦'/t.•¦'*:?*¦¦' i +z- X *•'.>>y ¦**'.'••y.>•.:¦ v.v.' •Every unit of the Empire’s Forces illustrated in “THE NAVY AND ARMY ILLUSTRATED.”
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