Collection RS98 - Military training

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Military training


  • 1866-1867 (Creation)

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1 folio vol., ms.

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William Vincent Legge (1841-1918), soldier and scientist, was born on 2 September 1841 at Cullenswood, near St Marys, Van Diemen's Land, son of Robert Vincent Legge (d.1891) and his wife Eliza Graves, née de Lapenotierre; his grandfather was Michael Legge, barrister, of Dublin. His father had arrived in Tasmania on 12 August 1827 in the Medway with his five sisters, four of whom soon married; he was granted 1200 acres (486 ha) which he named Cullenswood after his home in Ireland.
He was commissioned in the Royal Artillery in 1862 and served with the imperial troops in Melbourne in 1867-1868.
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Presented to the Royal Society of Tasmania by R.W. Legge,1941

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"Notes taken in the Long Course" 1866 - 1867 :Notes on field artillery, construction of bridges, batteries, field kitchen, etc. with sketches, by Lt. William Vincent Legge (1846-1918)

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This material is made available for personal research and study purposes under the University of Tasmania Standard Copyright Licence. For any further use permission should be obtained from the copyright owners. For assistance please contact

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