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(a) Approximately 2,665 mules for South Africa, 550 mules for North China, and 450 horses and mules for other Stations.
(b) 500 horses in reserve in South Africa, and 700 for adjutants of auxiliary forces, and other offers entitlal to Government horses, in addition to the number of horses for officers contained in the number assigned in this table to the several arns of the service.
Staff of Brigades
TOTAL, ROYAL FIELD ARTILLERY
TOTAL, ROYAL HORSE AND ROYAL FIELD
(a) Including 1 Riding Master, temporarily.
(b) Excluding officers' chargers, other than one for each riding master, but ir cluding one troop horse for each quarter(c) Including officers' chargers, -1 for each quartermaster (except in R.A.), 1 for each riding master, and 2 for each other officer. Six draught Horses for Regimental Transport are also included for each regiment of cavalry.
(d) Including 1 horse for each officer, except quartermaster.
(e) Includes 2 Cavalry Officers seconded from their regiments.
(f) Corrected totals, 11 Serjeant Artificers being included under rank and file in the foregoing detail.
g) 3 Serjeant-Majors for Ammunition Parks, and 3 Serjeant-Major Artificers.
(h) Includes 36 Artificers for duty with Heavy Brigades, Royal Garrison Artillery.
(i) Corrected totals, 75 Serjeant Artificers being included under rank and file in the foregoing detail. () Includes 5 Subalterns under instruction for general requirements.
EXCLUSIVE OF INDIA-continued.
(a) Corrected totals, 84 Serjeant Artificers being included under rank and file in the foregoing detail. (b) Includes 1 horse for each mounted officer.
(c) Includes 6 Subalterns under instruction for general requirements.
TOTAL, ROYAL GARRISON ARTILLERY.
TOTAL, ROYAL ARTILLERY.