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The Pamphlet Collection of Sir Robert Stout: Volume 57

Tents For Africa, With An Outer Fly, For Additional Protection From The Heat Of The Sun. Address— Benjamin Edgington, 2 Duke Street, London Bridge, S.E. (No Other Establishment.) For Travelling Abroad, Benjamin Edgington'S Improved Military Or Travelling Tent, light and portable, possesses many advantages. It obtained a Prize Medal at the Great Exhibition, and has received the highest Testimonials from many Officers and Gentlemen who have thoroughly proved its efficiency. It is capable of resis…

Tents For Africa, With An Outer Fly, For Additional Protection From The Heat Of The Sun. Address— Benjamin Edgington, 2 Duke Street, London Bridge, S.E. (No Other Establishment.) For Travelling Abroad, Benjamin Edgington'S Improved Military Or Travelling Tent, light and portable, possesses many advantages. It obtained a Prize Medal at the Great Exhibition, and has received the highest Testimonials from many Officers and Gentlemen who have thoroughly proved its efficiency. It is capable of resisting the strongest winds, easily and expeditiously erected in any weather, and can be seen erected at B. Edgington'S Establishment. Portable Bedsteads, Bedding, Camp Stoves, Canteens, Cooking Apparatus, Patent Trestle Cots and Beds. Prices Forwarded On Application. Extracts from "Hints to Missionaries Travelling in Africa," by Dr. Sothern, London Missionary Society, 1880:—"Nothing can be better suited to the requirements of an expedition than the excellent tents supplied us by Mr. Benjamin Edging ton, of London Bridge. They were made especially to order, and of different material to that generally used for Tents. I heartily recommend them."