BRITISH EXPEDITIONARY FORCE

... BRITISH EXPEDITIONARY FORCE. w*» •{ the lit Espeditionsty Force to go Ftsnce, nsmely. Nov. 5. |9]4, dies enjoying the best of health. After the first three months in the Trenches I began to get bad serve* and health began to in general, I sent home for ...

Published: Thursday 07 March 1918
Newspaper: Birmingham Mail
County: Warwickshire, England
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British Expeditionary Force

... British Expeditionary Force. , should like to write and say how grand I have found phosferine for strengthening my nerves and improving my heilth in every way. 1 joined up over two years ago and jyve had 17 months’ pretty stiff fighting at the front. ...

Published: Tuesday 02 October 1917
Newspaper: Birmingham Mail
County: Warwickshire, England
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THE BRITISH EXPEDITIONARY FORCE

... THE BRITISH EXPEDITIONARY FORCE. DEPARTURE OF THE GUARDS. GREAT ENTHUSIASM IN LONDON. LETTER FROM THE QUEEN. The first battalion of Scots Guards left London for Egypt on Sunday morning in the steamer Orient. Their departure evoked great entbusiasm, the ...

Published: Friday 04 August 1882
Newspaper: Western Gazette
County: Somerset, England
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BRITISH EXPEDITIONARY FORCE

... BRITISH EXPEDITIONARY FORCE. LOSSES IN THE WAR. KILLED, WOUNDED, AND MISSING. The following casualties in the British Expeditionary Force are reported under date 24th inst.: Killed. Royal Engineers—Lieutenant J. A. Leventhorpe. Royal Welsh Fusilic- ...

Published: Thursday 28 January 1915
Newspaper: Aberdeen Press and Journal
County: Aberdeenshire, Scotland
Type: Article | Words: 952 | Page: 6 | Tags: none

BRITISH EXPEDITIONARY FORCE

... BRITISH EXPEDITIONARY FORCE wb one of die lit Expeditionary Fotce to go to Fiieee. namely, Nw. 3. 19)4. then enjoying the bert of health. After the firel three montha in the Trenches 1 began to get bad nerves and health began to go in general, I lent ...

Published: Thursday 07 March 1918
Newspaper: Nottingham Journal
County: Nottinghamshire, England
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British Expeditionary Force

... British Expeditionary Force # • •* I should just like to add tribute the value of Phosfcrinc. have found it splendid for * bucking me up’ and keeping my nerves condition. I know many feßows in civilian litc find it indispensable, but for extraordinary ...

Published: Tuesday 17 April 1917
Newspaper: Birmingham Mail
County: Warwickshire, England
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British Expeditionary Force

... British Expeditionary Force •As a Hospital Orderly on Active Service, I have found Phosfenne most effective in diminishing the severe nerve strain experienced after stiff spell day and night duty. The sights one sees are not likely to steady one’s nerves ...

Published: Tuesday 23 November 1915
Newspaper: Birmingham Mail
County: Warwickshire, England
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British Expeditionary Force

... British Expeditionary Force “While I was in training at Whitby I became run-down and I tried Phosfcrinc tor my nerves, and it did so much good that I was never without a bottle my pack, and I have never been troubled with my nerves since, and I attribute ...

Published: Wednesday 27 November 1918
Newspaper: Western Mail
County: Glamorgan, Wales
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British Expeditionary Force

... British Expeditionary Force As a Hospital Orderly on Active Service, I have found Phosferine is most effective in diminishing the severe nerve strain experienced after a stiff spell of day and night duty. The sights one sees are not likely to steady ...

Published: Tuesday 23 November 1915
Newspaper: Leicester Evening Mail
County: Leicestershire, England
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British Expeditionary Force

... British Expeditionary Force. I should like write and say how useful 1 have found PhosferineJ particularly since my discharge from the Army. For about 19 months was in the 12th Middlesex Kegt., and to tell you the truth, the sever®, training we had to ...

Published: Thursday 03 May 1917
Newspaper: Daily Record
County: Lanarkshire, Scotland
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British Expeditionary Force

... British Expeditionary Force Now I have enlisted for the fourth time, I rely upon Phosferine as m Se medicine, and it never fails inc., Since about 12 years ago, w sent you a testimonial, I t ak en Phosferine regularly, a . t4infirm the opinion l' expressed ...

Published: Sunday 16 January 1916
Newspaper: Weekly Dispatch (London)
County: London, England
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BRITISH EXPEDITIONARY FORCE

... BRITISH EXPEDITIONARY FORCE You might like to heir how one of the Colonials who came to fight 'fcr England has found Phosferine very good foe keeping himself fit aid well at the Front, despite severe shock and strain occasioned by the sort of fighting ...

Published: Thursday 21 March 1918
Newspaper: Nottingham Journal
County: Nottinghamshire, England
Type: | Words: 296 | Page: 4 | Tags: none