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FIFESHIRE.
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COUNTY CONSTABULARY.
HEAD QUARTERS, CUPAR-FIFE.
Chief Constable, James Fleming Bremner.
| Depute Chief Constable & Superintendent, Charles HuDter
The force consists of a chief constable, depute chief constable & superintendent, 4 inspectors, 1 office clerk, 10 sergeants & 92 constables ;
total, 10!>.
cupar division:.
Superintendent, Charles Hunter
Inspector, Robert Wright
Stationer— Auchtermuchty, BirkhM, Ceres, Cupar, Falkland,
Freuchie, Ladybank, Monimail, Newburgh, Springfield &
Strathmiglo
ST. ANDREWS DIVISION".
Inspector, Alexander Reith, St. Andrews
Stations: — Anstruther, Colinsburgh, Crail, Dunino, Earlsferry,
Ferryport-on-Craig, Kingsbarns, Largo, Leuchare, Lundin Mill,
Newport, Pittenweem, Radernie, St. Andrews, St. Monans,
Strath kinnes, Wormit
DYSART DIVISION.
Inspector, Thomas Macgregor, Dysart
Stations: — Buckhaven, Burntisland, Chapel, Dysart, Kennoway,
Kinghorn, Kinglaesie, Leslie, Leven, Markinch, Methil, Thorn-
ton, East Wemysa & West Wemyss
DUNFERMLINE DIVISION.
Inspector, Arthur Webster, Dunfermline
Stations: — Aberdour, Auchtertool, Ballingry, Carnock, Cowden-
beath, Crosagates, Dunfermline, Inverkeitblng, Lassodie, Lime-
kilns, Lochgelly, Lumphinnans, North Queensferry, Oakfield^
Saline & Torryburn
MILITARY.
The troop3 in this county are in the Scottish District Command. Head quarters, Edinburgh.
MILITIA.
The Fife Royal Garrison Artillery (Militia); head quarters,
Cupar. Staff: Commanding, Hon. Col. G. M. Boothby; Major,
A. Moubray; Instructor of Artillery, Hon. Major G. H.Fenntr;
Adjutant, Capt. C. S. S. Curteis R.A.; 5 companies
IMPERIAL YEOMANRY.
Fifeshire & Forfarshire; head quarters, Cupar. Staff: Command-
ing, Lieut.-Col. & Hon. Col. Sir J. Gilmour bart. V.D.;
Adjutant, Capt. G. A. Burgoyne (3rd Drgn. Gds.) ; Quarter-
master, Hon. Major D. Osborne V.D. ; Medical Officers, Surg.-
Capt. T. F. Dewar M.B. .& Surg.-Lieut. A. Grant-Macdonald
M.B. ; Veterinary Officer, Yet.-Lieut. J. Mc.L. YouDg
VOLUNTEERS.
1st Fifeshire Royal Garrison Artillery (Volunteers) (Fife &
Stirling); head quarters, St. Andrews. Staff: Lieut.-Col.
Commandant, Hon. Col. J. W. Johnston V.D. ; Second Com-
mandant, Lieut.-Col. & Hon. Col. P. R. S. Lang V.D.;
Majors, Hon. Lieut.-Col. J. H. Herriot V.D & J. B. Main;
Adjutant, Capt. T. Y. Osmond R.A. ; Veterinary Officer, Vet.-
Capt. P. Young M.R.C-V.S. ; Hon. Assistant Surgeon, J.
Welsh M.D. 15 Companies, stationed as follows : Position)
battery & No. 7 Company at St. Andrews; No. 2 at Tayport;
Nos. 3 & 5 at Kirkcaldy ; 4 at Inverkeithing ; 6 at Burntis-
land ; 8 at Leven ; 9 at Dysart ; 10 at Wemyss ; 11 at King-
horn; 12 at Grangemouth; & 13 at Stirling
The following battalion is included in the Tay Volunteer Infantry
Brigade; head quarters, Queen's Barracks, Perth: —
6th (Fifeshire) Volunteer Battalion, The Black Watch (Royal
Highlanders); head quarters, St. Andrews. Staff: Lieut.-Col.
Commandant, Sir R. W. Anstruther bart. ; Majors, A. R-
Shearer V.D. & J. S. Davidson; Instructor of Musketry,
Lieut. T. J. Robertson; Adjutant, C. L. Hendriks ; Quarter-
master, Hon. Major J. Gillespie V.D. 13 Companies, stationed?
as follows : A & B at Dunfermline, C & D Kirkcaldv. E
Anstruther, F Colinsburgh, G St. Andrews, H Leslie, I Falk-
land, K Cupar, L Lochgelly, M Newburgh & Dunfermline

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