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III. Company "E" of the Third Infantry Regiment had the largest attendance at drill
during the month, averaging 64 men out of 71 total, and Company "A," of the Second Artillery,
the lowest, with 36 men out of 92 total.

IV. The Target Practice of the Eagle Corps Company, for September 10, 1883, was 21, actual
percentage 26, number of men present and shooting, 82.

V. Company commanders are hereby directed to forward immediately the oaths of reenlist-
ment of those men whose terms of service have expired.

By order of the Comtnander-in-Chief.

GEORGE B. COSBY,

Adjutant-General.



84

SERIES 1884.



General Headquarters, State of California, )

Adjutant-Gexeral's Office, Sacramento, January 31, 1884. J
[General Orders, 2^o. 1.]

I. The following is announced as the percentage and company strength of the National
Guard of California for the month of December, 1883:



First Infantry Regiment.


Second Artillery Regiment.


Third Infantry Regiment.


Company.


Percentage.


No.
of Co.


Company.


Percentage.


No.
of Co.


Company.


Percentage.


No.
of Co.


Co. "A"

Co. "B"....

Co. " C ".

Co. "D'^.-
Co. «E"....
Co. "F"....
Co. "G'-.-.-


70
60
68
68
63
71
69
64


71
60
61
63
67
67
64
63


Co. "A-'.-
Co. "B"...
Co. "C"„-
Co. "D"__.
Co. "E"...
Co. "F"...
Co. "G"-_-


62
47
82
81
61
68
85


90
69
71
62
61
67
62
64
77


Co."A" -
Co. "B".„
Co. "C".-_
Co. "D"...
Co. "E".__
Co. -F".-


51
50
77
71
80
74


64
57
66
56
68
66


Co. "H"....


Co."H".-. 75
Cadets 79


























Percentage
and total of
Regiment .


67


516


Percentage
and total of
Regiment .


70


623


Percentage 1
and total of
Regiment. 68


377


First Infantry Battalion. First Artillery Regiment.


Uuattaclied Companies.


Percent-
age.


No.


Company.


Percent-
age.


Ko.
of Co.


Company.


Percent-
age.


No.
of Co.


of Co.


Co. "A'-.-
Co. "B"..


49
53
62

72


65
64
64
72


Co. "A".
Co."B".
Co. "C".
Co. "E".
Co. ''F".
Co. "G".
Cadets—


65
75
80


59
74
59


Co. " B,"

Guard

Eagle C(.

San FraL


San Diego City


72
42
60
44

78
76
76


65


Co. "C'-


rps


95


Co. "D"_.




69




83
89
61


64
53

42


Oakland !■! o-'i f (^n vn 1 rv


66








Stockton
Chico Gi
Eureka


Guard


67










67










68


Percent'g
and total
of Batt'n


59


265


Per
anc
of]


jent'g
total

^eg't—



































The percentage of the National Guard, exclusive of Company " E," Finst Artillery Regiment,
for December, was 66.

The percentage of Company "B," Fifth Infantry Battalion, for November, 1883, was 68;
number of men, 72.

II. Parade Report, Second Artillery Regiment.



Co. "A" — Number present

Co. "B" — Number present

Co. "C" — Number present

Co. " D " — Number present

Co. " E " — Number present

Co. " F " — Number present

Co. "G" — Number present

Co. " H " — Number present

Cadets — Number present

Field Staff and Band — Number present

Total




85

The percentage present of this regiment on December 7, IBS.*?, was 70, and on December 20,
1883, 73. No report from the otlier commands participating in the reception to Major-Geueral
Hancock, U. S. A., on the latter date, has reached these Headquarters.
By order of the Commander-in-Chief.

GEORGE B. COSBY,

Adjutant-General.



Sacramknto, February 29, 1884.
[General Orders, iVb. 3.]

I. The following is announced as the percentage and company strength of the National
Guard of California for the month of January, 1884:



First Infantry Regnuent.


Second Artillery Regiment.


Third Infantry Regiment.


Company.


Percentage.


No. of
Co.


Company.


Percentage.


No. of
Co.


Company.


Percentage.


No. of
Co.


Co. "A"...-
Co. "B"


63


71


Co. "A"...
Co. "B"...
Co. "C"...
Co. "D"._-
Co. "E".-_
Co. "F"...
Co. "G".„
Co. "H"...
Cadets


58
52
87
71
68
71
83
75
74


91
70
71
62
62
70
65
64
80


Co. "A"...
Co. "B".._
Co. "C".._
Co. " D "


59

57
78


71
59


Co. "C"—.
Co. "D"


63
61
62
70
66
64


66
66
68
66
68
61


64


Co. "E"

Co. "F"„..
Co. "G"


Co. "E"...
Co. "F"...


76
69


72
75


Co."H''


























Percentag
and tota
of Reg't


e
1






Percentage
and total
of Reg't- -.


70


635


Percentage
and total
of Reg't


















Fifth Infantry Battalion.


First Artillery Begiment.


Unattached Companies.


Percent-
age.


No. of


Company.


Percent-
age.


No. of
Co.


Company.


Percent-
age.


No. of
Co.


Co.


Co. "A"..
Co. «B"._
Co. "C"—


es

63

58
64


65
64
64

, 72


Co. "A".
Co. "B".
Co. "C".
Co. "E".
Co. "F".
Co. "G".
Cadets


71

68
80
67
83
86
79


62
75
59
65
69
62
49


Co. "B,"
Guarci
Eagle Cc
San Fra
Oakland
Stockton
Chico G


San Diego City
)rps ._


86


65


Co. "D"_.


icisco Hussars.
Light Cavalry
Guard


62
50
69
86
53


71

66








68








uard.


70










68


Percent'ge
and total
of Reg't..


64


265


Percent'ge
and total
of Reg't.-


74


441











II. The returns of the Eagle Corps, of Los Angeles, Company "B," First Infantry, and
Company " D," Third Infantry Regiments, have not yet reached these Headquarters.

III. Company "C," Second Artillery Regiment, had the highest average attendance at drill
during the past month — 62 men ; and the Oakland Light Cavalry the lowest — 33 men.

IV. Company " B," Third Infantry Regiment, Company " C," and the Cadets of the First
Artillery Regiment, are below the minimum numerical strength — the last materially so —
required by law.

V. The several commands that participated in the field exercises at the Presidio on the twenty-
second instant, should forward their Parade Reports, without unnecessary delay, that they may
be published in General Orders.

VI. The Commander-in-Chief hereby expresses his appreciation of the admirable military
display made by the troops of the Second Brigade, N. G. C, on Washington's Birthday. He
highly commends the officers and men for their soldierly bearing and proficiency in drill.

By order of the Commander-in-Chief.

GEORGE B. COSBY,

Adjutant-General.



Sacramento, March 31, 1884.
[General Orders, No. 5.]

I. The following is announced as the percentage and company strength of the National Guard
of California for the month of February, 1884:



First Infantry Regiment.


Second Artillery Regiment.


Third Infantry Regiment.


Company. Percentage.

1


No.
of Co.


Company.


Percentage.


No.
of Co.


Company.


Percentage.


No.
of Co.


Co. "A'-.-.-
Co. "B".-_.
Co. "C'-.-
Co. "D-'.-.-
Co. "E"..-.

Co. "F"

Co. "G"


62
60
64
60
60
67
63
66


65
63
71
66
67
66
67
62


Co. "A"—
Co. "B" -
Co. "C"—
Co. "D".-
Co. "E"..-
Co. "F"__.
Co. "G"-..
Co. "H". -
Cadets


52
54
83
76
67
61
83
77
70


91
71

68
62
62
72
63
64
76


Co. "A"_..
Co. "B"...

Co. "C'-.-
Co. "D"...
Co. "E"...
Co. "F".-_


49
56
78
78
79
71


76
61
71
68
83
75


Co. "H"




























Percentage
and total of
Regiment _


63


527


Percentage
and total of
Regiment —


69


629


Percentage
and total of
Regiment..


68


434



Fifth Infantry Battalion.


First Artillery Regiment.


Unattaclied Companies.


Percent-
age.


No.


Company.


Percent-
age.


No.
of Co.


Company.


Percent-
age.


No.
of Co.


of Co.


Co."A"-
Co. "B"..


48
61
61
56


66
65
65

72


Co. "A".
Co. "B".

Co. " C ".
Co. "E".
Co. "F-'-
Co. "G".
Cadets_.-


58
72
82
71
81
77
67


75


Co. " B," San Diego City
Guard


89
49
66
58
76
89
64


65


Co. "C" .


61


Eagle Corps .


101


Co. "D"__


66
69
64
45


San Francisco Hussars -
Oakland Light Cavalry.
Stockton Guard


72
64






71






82






Eureka Guard


68
















Percent'ge
and total
of Batt'n.


56


268


Percent'ge
and total
of Reg't -


72


444





II. The percentage of the Eagle Corps, of Los Angeles, for January, 1884, was 51 ; Company
" B," First Infantry, 61 ; Company "D," Third Infantry, 73.

III. The percentage of the National Guard for January, 1884, was 67 ; and for February, 66.

IV. The Chico Guard had the highest attendance at its monthly drill — 73 men. Of the
companies attached to regiments, Company " E," of the Third Infantry, had the highest aver-
age — 66 men. The lowest was Companj' "A," Fifth Infantry Battalion, 32 men, the bare min-
imum under Section 2020 of the Political Code.

Parade Report for February 22, 1884.

V. The following gives the numerical strength of the several commands of the Second Bri-
gade that participated in the military exercises at the Presidio on Washington's Birthday, so
far as reported to these Headquarters :



87



PRESENT FOR DUTY.



First Infantry Kegiment.


Second Artillery Regiment.


Third Infantry Regiment.


Company.


No.
Present.


Company.


No.
Present.


Company.


No.
Present.


Co "A"


40
20
50
43
33
44
40
41
6


Co. "A"


47
38
62
52
52
43
45
45
55
12


Co. "A"


37


Co "B"


Co. "B"


Co. "B"


38


Co "C"


Co. "C"


Co. "C" -


47


Co "D"


Co. " D"


Co. "D"


44


Co. " E"


Co. "E"


Co. "E"


46


Co "F"


Co. "F" -


Co. "F"


44


Co "G"


Co. "G"






Co. "H"


Co. "H"






Field Staff and Band










Field Staffand Band


Field Staff and Band


6








Total


317
58


Total


451

70


Total


262




Percentage


. Percentage


60







The San Francisco Hussars had present for duty 51 men, being a percentage of 71, and the
Oakland Light Cavalry, 40 men, a percentage of' 62.

VI. Company "C," Second Artillery Regiment, turned out the largest number of men — 62;
and Company " B," of the First Infantry, the smallest — 20 men. Of the three regiments par-
ticipating, the Second Artillery had the highest percentage of attendance.
By order of the Commander-in-Chief.

GEORGE B. COSBY,

Adjutant-General.



Sacramento, April 30, 1884.
[ General Orders, No. 7.]

I. The following is announced as the percentage and company strength of the National
Guard of California for the month of March, 1884:



First Infantry Regiment.


Second Artillery Regiment.


Third Infantry Regiment.


Company.


Percentage.


No.
of Co.


Company.


Percentage.


No.
of Co.


Company.


Percentage.


No.
of Co.


Co. "A"-...
Co. "B"....
Co. "C"— .
Co. "D"-—
Co. "E"


62
70
64
61
62
61
65
70


65
64
75
64
61
65
71
61


Co. "A" — _
Co. "B-'.-
Co. "C.-
Co. "D"—
Co. "E"-_.


52
53
83
69


92
78
70
64


Co. "A"_..
Co. "B"...
Co. "C-.-
Co. "C'-
Co. "E".-
Co. "F"_.-
Cadets


55
53
77
75
79
61
93


63
61
71
66

77


Co. "F'-.-.-
Co. "G"— .
Co. "H".-..


Co. "F" —
Co. "G-'-
Co. "H" -
Cadets


58
83

81

72


76
64
64
73


75

77












Percentage
and total of
Regiment .


64


526


Percentage
and total of
Regiment _






Percentage
and total of
Regiment .


71


490








Fifth Infantry Battalion.




Company.


Percentage.


No.
of Co.


Unattached Companies,


Percentage.


No.
of Co.


Co. "A"....
Co. "B"


52
63
58
64


67
65
66
63


Company " ;
Eagle Corps


3," San Diego City Guard


88
49
62
50
70
92


65
106


Co. "C"


o Hnss.irs




72


Co. "D"....






67




Stockton Gu
Chico Guard
Eureka Giia






71


Percentage


59


261




84


and total of


rd




Battalion-









88

II. Tl>e return of the companies of the First Artillery Regiment, Company "E" of the
Second, and the Eureka Guard — nine in all — have not yet reached these Headquarters.

III. The attention of commanding officers is called to paragraph 391 of the Regulations gov-
erning the N. G. C, the provisions of which, if not complied with, rigid steps will be taken to
enforce.

IV. As the time dfaws near for the annual inspection and returns, and the publication ot
the Adjutant-General's biennial report, officers in command of companies should recruit their
commands without delay, and forward the oaths of reenlistment of those whose terms of service
have expired.

V. In the regiments. Company " E," of the Third Infantry, had again the highest average
attendance at drill — 61 men. The highest of the unattached companies, and of the N. G. C,
was the Chico Guard — 77 men. The lowest was Company " B," of the Third Infantry, with
the bare minimum of 32 men.

By order of the Commauder-in-Chief.

GEORGE B. COSBY,

Adj utan t-Gen eral .



Sacramento, May 31, 1884.
^General Orders, No. 9.]

I. The following is announced as the percentage and company strength of the National
Guard of California for the month of April, 1884:



Fii-st Infantry Regiment.



Seconil Artillery Regiment.



Third Infantry Regiment.



Company.


Percentage.


No.
of Co.


Company.


Percentage.


No.
of Co.


Company.


Percentage.


No.
of Co.


Co. "A".._.
Co. "B".._.
Co. "C.-
Co. "D'-.-
Co. "E"„.-

Co. "F"

Co. "G"


63
58
69
67
61
63
62
79


65
64
74
62
59
64
68
62


Co. "A"._.
Co. "B"...
Co. "C.-
Co. "D'-.-
Co. "E"._.
Co. "F"-_l
Co. "G"._.
Co. "H"._.
Cadets


53
60

84
59
49
61
75
69
S4


76
69
74
62
62
75
64
64
73


Co."A"...
Co."B"...
Co."C".-.
Co."D"...
Co."E"...
Co."F"._.
Cadets


62
51
64
78
79
61


66
62
71
66
76
70


Co. "H"






























Percentage
and total of
Regiment..


65


518


Percentage
and total of
Regiment


65


619


Percentage
and total of
Regiment _


66


411


Fifth Infantry Battalion.


First Artillery Regiment.


Unattached Companies.


Percent-
age.


No.


Company.


Percent-
age.


No.
of Co.


Company.


Percent-
age.


No.
of Co.


of Co.


Co. "A"-.
Co. "B"..


.56
74
67
63


63
65
62

68


Co. "A".
Co. " B " .
Co. " C " .
Co. "E".
Co. "F".
Co. "G".
Cadets ._.


54
73
84
74
79
64
83


62
73
61
63
70
66
49


Co. "B,'
Guarc
Eagle C
San Fra
Oaklanc
Stockto
Chico G
Eureka


' San Diego City


87
53
62
52
81
93


74


Co. "C".


orps


113


Co. "D".-


ncisco Hussars.
[ LightCavalry.
tt Guard


74
68








74








uard


88












Percent'ge
and total
of Batt'n.


65


258


Percent'ge
and total
ofReg't-.


70


444









II. The return of the Eureka Guard, delinquent last month, is again delinquent for April,
for which reason the auditing of its quarterly demand will be deferred one quarter. The return
of the Cadet Company, Third Infantry Regiment, has not yet reached these Headquarters.

III. The percentage of the First Artillery Regiment for March, 1884, was 72; Company
" E," of the Second, 53 ; Eureka Guard, 78 ; and of the N. G. C, 66.

IV. The attention of companj' commanders is again directed to the necessity of recruiting
their several commands so that the exhibit on the Annual Muster Roll, next July, may be
worthy of the N. G. C. The figures in this order show that the Second and Third Regiments



89

average 68 men to a company (excluding Cadets), the First Infantry and the First Artillery,
65 men ; the Fifth Infantry Battalion, 6-i men ; and the unattached companies, 78 men. This
showing speaks well for the last mentioned, whose Captains are notsatisfied with allowing their
companj' strength to border on the mere minimum prescribed by law.

V. The Chico Guard had the highest percentage for drill attendance in April — 82 men. Of
the companies attached to regiments, Company " C," of the Second Artillery, had the highest —
62 men, and Company "E," of the same regiment, the lowest — 30. Comjjany " B," of the
Third, still continues with a bare minimum of 32 men.

By order of the Commander-in-Chief.

GEORGE B. COSBY,

Adjutant-General.

N. B. — The usual Monthly Order announcing the changes among the commissioned officers
of the N. G. C. will be deferred until next month, as they have been unprecedentedly few and
unimportant.



Sacramento, June 9, 1884.
[General Orders, iVb. 10.]

I. In compliance with law, the National Guard of California will parade on Friday, July
fourth, in commemoration of the one hundred and eighth anniversary of American indepen-
dence.

II. Brigade commanders are directed to forward to General Headquarters, on or before July
twentieth, Consolidated Parade Reports of their respective commands.

III. The Annual Inspection and Muster provided for in Section 1970 of the Political Code,
may take place on the same date, or any other day of the month (Sundays excepted), approved
by brigade commanders.

IV. The division and brigade commanders are hereby directed to detail officers from their
staffs to attend these inspections, so that, if necessary, or if called upon so to do, they may assist
the inspector in the discharge of his duties, and be prepared to report the result of their obser-
vations.

V. The Muster Rolls required must be forwarded to Brigade Headquarters on or before the
first day of August, to Division Headquarters on or before the tenth day of August, and to Gen-
eral Headquarters on or before the twentieth day of August, 1884.

VI. Every officer charged with the i^reparation of Muster Rolls should give his special
attention to such duty; if not himself a good penman, he should select such a one from his
command, as neatness of the rolls is a matter of great importance. One copy of the roll must
always be retained with the company records, as reference to it is necessary, especially when
making up the roll for the next year. The roll must be carefully compared by the company
commander with the Muster Roll of the previous year, before it is forwarded. Upon receipt of
the rolls at Regimental and Brigade Headquarters, they will there be compared with those of
the preceding year, and if not correct they will be returned. Until they are absolutely cor-
rect, such company shall be considered delinquent at General Headquarters, and the demands
for allowances from the State will not be presented to the Board of Military Auditors until the
required corrections are made.

VII. Under the head of " Changes Since Last Muster," it is necessary to enter only such
names as appeared on the previous Muster Roll as members, and have since ceased to be mem-
bers, giving in the proper column the explanation, with date and number of order, etc. The
appointments of non-commissioned officers, promotions, and reductions, are not enumerated
under this. head, they being accounted for on the Monthly Returns as they take place, and the
fact noted in the column of remarks on the Muster Roll.

VIII. Company commanders will report on Muster Roll under the proper heading : First,
amount of ordnance stores on hand at last muster ; second, amount on hand at present time ;
third, amount expended, etc., in service.

IX. Company commanders will not carry on their rolls any member whose term of service
has expired, unless oath of reenlistment is forwarded at date of muster, but all such will be
reported at once for discharge for '" expiration of term of service."

X. In estimating the amount of annual allowance to companies which have fallen below
the minimum strength required by law, the sfverage strength for each month of present fiscal
year will be taken as the basis of appropriation, and not the number in the company for the
last month of said year.

By order of the Commander-in-Chief.

GEORGE B. COSBY,

Adjutant-General.



Sacramento, June 30, 1884.
[General Orders, No. 11.]

I. The following is announced as the percentage and company strength of the National
Guard of California for the month of May, 1884 :



90



First Infantry Regiment.



Second Artillery Regiment.



Third Infantry Regiment.



Company.



Percentage.



No. of
Co.



Company.



Percentage.



No. of „
Co. Company.



Percentage.



No. of
Co.



'A"...

'B"...
Co. "C".-
Co. "D"...
Co. "E"._.
Co. "F"-..

'G"-..

'H"...



Co.

Co.



Co.

Co.



Co.
Co.
Co.
Co.
Co.



Co. "F'^
Co. "G'
Co. " H'
Cadets ..



75 I Co. " A'
Co. " B'
Co. " C '
Co. "D'
Co. " E '
Co. " F '



Cadets .



66
66
66
60
81
71
77



Percentage
and total
of Reg't-



62



520



Percentage
and total
of Reg't-



613



Percentage
and total
of Reg't..



65



487



Fifth Infantry Battalion.



Company.



Percent-
age.



No. of
Co.



First Artillery Regiment.



Company.



Percent^
age.



No. of
Co.



Unattached Companies.



No. of
Co.



Co. "A"..
Co. "B"-
Co. "C"_-
Co. "D"_-



61



64



Co. "A"
Co. "B"



Co.
Co.
Co.
Co.



Cadets



Percentage
and total
ofBat'n.



61



Percent'ge

and total

261 of Reg't.



70



444



Co. " B," San Diego

City Guard

Eagle Corps

San Francisco Hussars
Oakland Light Cavalry

Stockton Guard

Chico Guard

Eureka Guard



64



69
122
71
70
79
87
71



II. The percentage of the Eureka Guard for April, 1884, was 54, and of the N. G. C, 65.

III. The percentage of the N. G. C, for May, was 66, and total company strength, 2,894.

IV. Of the companies attached to the regiments. Company " C " of the Second and Company
"E" of the Third, had the highest number attending drill — 60 men; and Company " B" of
the Third, the lowest — 34 men. Of the unattached, the Chico Guard had the highest of the
N. G. C. — 77, and the San Diego City Guard, 65 ; being a percentage of 94 of its whole strength.

Parade Report for May 30, 1884.

PRESENT FOR DUTY.



First Infantry Regiment.


Third Infantry Regiment.


First Artillery Regiment.


Second Artillery Regiment.


Company.


No. Present.


Company.


No. Present.


Company.


No. Present.


Company.


No. Present.


Co. "A" ...


35


Co. "A"-..


33


Go. "A".-


40


Co. "A" —


45


Co. "B".-


42


Co. "B"-


34


Co. "B'-.-


48


Co. "B"—


32


Co."C"...


39


Co. "C'-


54


Co. "C"-


48


Co. "C" —


60


Co."D"-..


37


Co. "D-'-


31


Co. "E"-


33


Co."D"...


46


Co. "E"._.


33


Co. "E"-


43


Co. "F"-


47


Co. "E"-..


48


Co. "F'-^-


27


Co. "F"..


37


Co. "G"-.


50


Co. "F-'-.-


37


Co. "G"._-


39


Cadets


26


Cadets


42


Co. "G"..-


In Camp.


Co. "H" -


40


Field Staff




Field and




Co. " H " -


33


Field Staff




and Band-


23


Staff.—


9


Cadets


40


and Band.


32










Field Staff
and Band-


30


Total-.-.


324


Total


281


Total


317


Total


371



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V. The percentage of the First Infantry Regiment parading was 58; Third Regiment, 54,
and Second Artillery Regiment, 63.

VI. The San Francisco Hussars turned out 48 men: the Oakland Light Cavalry, 40 ; and
the Eagle Corps of Los Angeles, 97— the highest of all, which reflects greai. credit upon the
morale and patriotism of that company.

VII. No parade returns for May 30, 1884, have reached these Headquarters from the Fifth
Infantry Battalion, San Diego, Stockton, Chico, and Eureka Guards.

VIII.' The first sentence of paragraph VII, G. 0. Xo. 10, c. s., issued from these Headquarters,
is hereby amended so as to read: "'Under the head of 'Changes Since Last Muster,' it is
necessary to enter the name of every man who has ceased to be a member since last muster,
whether a member at such muster, or enlisted since then, and, in every case, the date of first
enlistment must be given."

By order of the Commander-in-Chief.
•^ GEORGE B. COSBY,

Adjutant-General.



Sacramento, July 31, 1884.
[General Ordas, Xo. 13.]

I. The following is announced as the percentage and company strength of the National
Guard of California for the month of June, 1884 :



First Infantry Kegimeut.



Second Artillery Kegiment.



Third Infantry Regiment.



Company.



Percentage.



No.
of Co.



Company.



Percentage.



No.
of Co.



Company.





No.


ige.


of Co.


77


66


59


70


68


63


71


62


83


72


63


73


64


72



Co. "A".
Co. "B".
Co. "C".
Co. "D".
Co. "E".
Co. "F".
Co. "G".
Co."H".



60
65
61
63
61
59
65
64



Co. "A" —
Co. "B-'-.-
Co. "C"—
Co. " D " ...
Co. "E"_—
Co. "F"-_.
Co. "G'-.-
Co. "H".-
Cadets



Co. "A"
Co. " B '
Co. " C '
Co. " D '

Co. "E'
Co. " F '
Cadets. .



Percentage
and total of \
Regiment .'



Percentage
and total of



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