Issue 14 and Volume 19.

THE LONDON FIRE CONGRESS THERE is every reason to expect that the mission of Mr. Beasley, of the Windsor, England, fire department, in the interest of the forthcoming congress of firemen in London will be a success. He has now been in this country for some time, arranging to have a representation of American fire teams to take part in the tournament at the congress, and for manufacturers of fire supplies to exhibit their goods on the occasion. In this number of FIRE AND WATER, is given a cut of the men composed of some of the pompier ladder service, with Chief Bonner, Captain McAdams, the veteran drill instructor 6f the New York fire department, and Mr. Beasley. It is likely that these men will compose part of the team which will go to England; but, as yet, no definite selection has been made, nor is it probable that any…

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