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HAMILTON, Gen Sir Ian Standish Monteith (1853-1947)

Hamilton's speeches, 1910-1911

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HAMILTON: 5/5/1

1910 Dec 2

Offprint of 'A military and medical view of the temperance question', speech by Hamilton at the Valletta Gymnasium, Malta, promoting temperance, with lecture by Maj Gilbert Stewart Crawford, sanitary officer, Malta Command, against the excessive use of alcohol. 16pp


HAMILTON: 5/5/2

1910 Dec 2

Typescript of 'A military and medical view of the temperance question', speech by Hamilton at the Valletta Gymnasium, Malta, promoting temperance. 9pp


HAMILTON: 5/5/3

1911 Jun 19

Typescript copy of Hamilton's speech to soldiers and sailors at a British Empire gathering, Crystal Palace, London, on the benefits to the defence of the Empire achieved by the Imperial General Staff. 3pp


HAMILTON: 5/5/4

Undated[1911]

Manuscript of Hamilton's speech to unspecified meeting of British Empire Forces, on the heroic work undertaken by Scottish and New Zealand troops following the battle of Rooiwal, Second Boer War, 11 Apr 1902, on the benefits to the defence of the Empire achieved by the Imperial General Staff, and by the reforms of army organisation carried out following the Second Boer War, and urging the Empire to contribute men to the BEF. 4pp

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