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Roberts, Frederick Sleigh Roberts, Earl, 1832-1914.
Speeches and letters of Field Marshal Earl Roberts, K.G. on imperial defence.
London, Simpkin, Marshall, Hamilton, Kent & Co. 1906
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Frederick Sleigh Roberts Roberts, Earl; Elliott Eraus Mills; National Service League, London.
|Notes:||Advertising matter: p. 129-131.|
|Description:||2 preliminary leaves, [iii]-viii, 131 pages 17 cm|
|Contents:||Introduction: The freedom and rights of a Briton.--I. The general problem, speech in the House of lords, July 10, 1905.--II. "The nation must decide", speech at the Mansion house, August 1, 1905.--III. Schools and patriotism, address to the Association of head-masters, January 11, 1906.--IV. A great national reserve, speech to the Liverpool Chamber of commerce, Jan. 29, 1906.--V. Rifle shooting as a national pursuit, letter to the Times, June 12, 1905.--VI. Further details as to rifle-shooting, letter to Colonel Cornwallis-West, September, 1905.--VII. A final appeal for funds, letter to the Times, February, 1906.--VIII. Programme of National service league, letter to the Times, February 17, 1906.--IX. Synopsis of pamphlet by Mr. T.C. Horsfall on the relation of national service to the welfare of the community.|
|Responsibility:||<Selected and arranged by Elliott E. Mills, under the auspices of the National service league.>|