The maps have been copied from Flinders' Atlas, with the omission of a few details, which, on the small scale necessarily adopted, would have caused confusion; it has been thought better to make what is given quite legible to the unassisted eye. All names on the maps are as Flinders spelt them, but in the body of the book modern spellings have been adopted. In the case of the Duyfhen the usual spelling, which is also that of Flinders, is retained; but the late J. Backhouse Walker has shown reason to believe that the real name of the vessel was Duyfken.
Gassner, as president of the committee of bandmasters, in presenting it to General Lysons, said: The address was follows: At a general meeting of the bandmasters of the division, held on the 8th April,it was unanimously carried that a letter should be forwarded to Major General D.
The bandmasters further desire to thank him for the impartial kindness, consideration, and support, they at all times received from him while carrying out his wishes, and they would consider themselves fortunate, under similar circumstances, should they have energetic a gentleman at their head - Signed, Mr.
Charles Cousins, 2nd Dragoon Guards; Mr. Vandenheuvel, 7th Hussars; Mr. Seume, 9th Lancers; Mr. Werner, 27th Regiment; Mr. Bayley, 46th Regiment; Mr. Gassner, 50th Regiment; Mr. Hecker, 82nd Regiment; Mr. Walsh, th Regiment; Mr. By permission of Col. Gassner, for 28 years the popular Bandmaster of this popular Regiment, and who is well known in Colchester, where he was for several years quartered with the Regiment, having just resigned his appointment, was entertained at a farewell mess dinner by Colonel Leach and the Officers at Camp Polymedia, Cyprus, on June 6.
Gassner's health on the occasion, Colonel Leach said, - Gentlemen, I rise to propose the health of our esteemed and respected guest, Mr.
Gassner, who I am deeply sorry to say is about to leave the old Regiment, in which he has so well and ably served, and in which he has so wielded the baton of the Band for a period of nearly twenty-eight years, in the most perfect manner, which we have all so thoroughly enjoyed and appreciated.
Perhaps some of you are not aware that Mr. Gassner served with distinction in the Crimea with Lord George Paulet, and he is in possession of the medals granted for that campaign, viz.
Crimean and Turkish, together with the medal for New Zealand. I should like to enlarge further on Mr. Gassner's merits, but you must take the will for the deed. All that I will now say is, that whenever Mr. Gassner feels inclined to pay the Regiment a visit, he will always be heartily welcome; and I am sure all will join me in wishing him long life and every happiness in his retirement.
The toast was received in a most enthusiastic manner, and Mr. Gassner made an appropriate response. On a subsequent day June 8Mr. Gassner, who leaves behind him apiece of music entitled "Farewell," which he has specially composed and dedicated to Col.
Leach and officers of "The Queen's Own," met the bandsmen in the practice room for the last time for the purpose of saying good-bye, but before doing so he was presented by them with a cheque and a letter, in which they expressed their esteem, and wished him, on his return to England, to procure an album, which they promised to fill with their photographs.
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