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Bulletin Issue 141, August 1985, (Vol. XXXVI, pp: 1-40)
- Black Watch, Sergeant’s Dance Kit* by James B. McKay. pp: 2-4.
- Notes on the Governor-General’s Bodyguard by Eric Hamilton. pp: 4-5. (see Correspondence Issue 145).
- Royal Regiment of Artillery, Badges and Insignia of the* by Norman B.H. Litchfield. pp: 5-9. (see 'RHA Badge', Correspondence: Issue 163).
- Cap Badge Backings by Eddie Parks. pp: 10-12. (see Correspondence, Issues 138 & 140, also ‘Embellishments ... 1948’, Issue 140).
- An Unidentified South African Unit* by J. Robert Williams. pp: 12-13.
- Royal Pioneer Corps, New Badge for the,* by Major Bill Elliott. pp: 16-17.
- “Jolly Fellows Without A Band.” by Lt. Col. Ivor G. Thomas. [Army bands] pp: 17-19.
- 32nd Foot, A Regimental Medal of the, 1803*, by Philip J. Haythornthwaite. pp: 20-21
- The Dress of Armourer-Serjeants by William Y. Carman. p: 21.
- New Arms Drill* by John Gaylor. [for bullpup rifles] pp: 22-23.
- 5 Kings, In Search of*, by Tim Ashley. pp: 24-25.
- 26th Canadian Horse (Stanstead Dragoons)* by William Y. Carman. pp: 26-28.
- 15th Hussars, An Officer of the, 1867-68,* by Philip J. Haythornthwaite. pp: 29-31.
- Correspondence: Restrikes. [offered by RBL] p: 32. (see Correspondence: Issue 143).
- Correspondence: Button Identification. pp: 32-33. (see Correspondence: ‘[2 drawings]’, Issue 139).
- Correspondence: Kenya Independent Squadron. p: 33. (see Issue 56 & Correspondence, Issue 143).
- Correspondence: Historian of the British Army. [Fortescue] pp: 33-34. (see Issue 136 & Correspondence: Issue 172).
- Correspondence: Camberwell Volunteers. p: 34. (see Issue 139).
- Correspondence: 19 Middlesex Rifle Volunteers [headdress]. p: 35. (see Correspondence: Issue 138).
- Correspondence: Royal Ulster Rifles Headdress. p: 35. (see Secretary’s Notes Issue 137 & Correspondence, Issues 139 & 146).
- Correspondence: 21st Hussars, Badges.* – query. p: 36.
- Correspondence: Unidentified Formation Sign. – query. p: 37.
- Correspondence: King’s Liverpool Regiment cap badges, from P.R. Brydon. pp: 37-38.