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The colonel, lieutenant-colonel and sergeant-major appear on the roll twice, as stafl officers and as captains of companies. They also drew pay and allowances in both roles. The colonel, lieutenant-colonel and sergeant-major appear on the roll twice, as stafl officers and as captains of companies. They also drew pay and allowances in both roles. mandcd by Coronells. Regiments conteine not alwaies a like number of Companies, some having 10, some 11, 12, 13, 14, 15 and some thirty Companies and...

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CB - Clement ErcsruvNDES', Kernfmhlaruet of til*.' Clitir of Loxvok Frontispiece of Clement Edmonds' Observations Upon Caesar's Commentaries. This included as an appendix one of the earliest versions of the new Dutch style of drill published in English. The image above the title is Henry, Prince of Wales, the ill-fated elder brother of Charles I. came to drawing men together for training, particularly in areas where a man from the next county was a stranger to be viewed with suspicion, but it...

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In general there was a great deal of inertia in the Trained Bands, and it took a national emergency or very enthusiastic officers to overcome it. The Crown made a significant attempt in 1623 to revitalise it and form a perfect or 'Exact Militia'. A new drill manual Instructions for Musters and Armes, And the use thereof By order from the Lords of His Majesties most Honourable Privy Counsayle was produced and circulated, but the influence of the voluntary associations in London had greater...

Scottish Pikemen

Pikemen And Musketeers

Battle New Model Army, Naseby, 1645 1, 2 Pikeman amp musketeer. Sir Thomas Fairfax's Regiment Aftermath Marston Moor, 1644 1 Pikeman, Marquis of Newcastle's Regiment 2 Musketeer, Earl of Manchester's Regiment 3 Surgeon Aftermath Marston Moor, 1644 1 Pikeman, Marquis of Newcastle's Regiment 2 Musketeer, Earl of Manchester's Regiment 3 Surgeon

Infantry

Angus Mcbride Uniforms

Published in 1989 by Osprey Publishing Ltd 59 Grosvenor Street, London W1X 9DA Copyright 1989 Osprey Publishing Ltd Reprinted 1991, 1992 All rights reserved. Apart from any fair dealing for the purpose of private study, research, criticism or review, as permitted under the Copyright Designs and Patents Act, 1988, no part of this publication may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system, or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic, electrical, chemical, mechanical, optical,...

Parliame

Matchlock Musketeers

By the appointment of his ExeeEetcy Sir Th o- f mas Fairfax and the generall count ell of , j . the Army. ' J M Printed for JoA Partridge, in Black-fryers at the W Gate going into Carter-lane 16 7. ffi iik i f ' regiments, and an adequate pay-chest. This was the key to its success. The appearance of the New Model Army was different, as for the first time each regiment in the Army was issued with coats of a uniform colour. The newspaper Perfect Passages for 7 May 1645 records 'the men are...

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17th Century Cavalry Coat

The true manner how her doe exereife her company of Souldiers in her own Countrey in a J warlike manners with feme other new-f und ipcrtmentJ, and pretty extnvag'rtcs fitting for ill Chriftiinpciforocakiiovv. company of Souldiers in her own Countrey in a J warlike manners with feme other new-f und ipcrtmentJ, and pretty extnvag'rtcs fitting for ill Chriftiinpciforocakiiovv. 'tinted in the yeare. When her did her enemy jeere, 1643. 'tinted in the yeare. When her did her enemy jeere, 1643....

17th Century Clothing

17th Century Clothing Poor

The Deliverance of St Peter Acts xii, 6-10 by David Teniers the Younger in accordance with contemporary practice, the 'Roman' guards wear 17th century costume. A good view of soldiers' costume note the sergeant's sash and gold-embroidered buff coat, and the gorget in the bottom left. Wallace Collection or battle cry was usually something simple such as 'God and the Cause' or 'For God and Parliament'. This reduced the confusion somewhat but on occasion both sides adopted identical field signs...

English Lock Carbine

English Doglock Musket Tower

Every company of the regiment carried its own ensign, and the whole regiment followed a consistent pattern. Those of the White Trained Bands of the City of London were white with a red St George's cross in the upper corner the regimental symbol was a red diamond. The Orange Auxiliaries of the City of London carried orange ensigns with white plates, but note in this regiment the sergeant major's ensign is distinguished by a 'stream blazant', not one of the regiment's symbols in this case. Sketch...

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Directions Musters 1638

To discover solutions to the considerable practical problems which the process of re-learning Classical drill and tactics involved. The Dutch also had the necessary funds to keep an army in being long enough to train it in these new theories. There were two key areas of change the drill used to make units more responsive and manoeuvrable, and the more complex tactics which could be used by an army as a result. The new drill was taken particularly from the writings of Claudius Aelianus and used...