GENERAL INDEX

VOLUMES I-XL 1921-1962

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Subject Index

2 Index to Regiments, Corps and Formations ( a) Named


351


353

(b) Numerical 400

  1. Concordance of Numbered and Named Regiments 423

  2. List of Libraries subscribing to the Journal 449


PRE FA T OR Y N O T E


THE Index is divided into two parts: an alphabetical Subject Index, and an Index of Regiments, Corps and Formations. Subjects of general applica­ tion to the Army, such as items of clothing and equipment, weapons, medals, standards, guidons and colours, battle honours, and the like, are not included in the latter section.

To assist readers in identifying the Regiments of the Household Brigade and of the Line, a Concordance relating numbers and names has been prepared, but only for the British Regular Army.

Ranks and appointments are not shewn separately, but under the general heading 'Ranks and Appointment s'.

Persons are indexed under the style and title held at the date of death . Place-names are indexed under the modern English spelling.

Thanks are due to the Army Museums Ogilby Trust for generous financial assistance towards the production of the Index, and to Mrs. Maureen Oakley, who undertook the basic work of indexing, ab initio, the forty volumes, seven special numbers, and fifty-three museum supplements herein included.

ABBOTT-ADAIR

ABBOTT, Major Herbert Edward Stacey in Gray's Indian diary, x 13

ABBOTT, Lemuel (1760-1803) unidentified portraits by, reproduced and described, XL 22-3
ABBOTT, Major P. E. articles and notes on : some artillery badges, xxxm 130-4, ill. ; two cavalry jackets, xxx1v 22-4,'.ill.; artillerybadges, xxxv 121-2, ill., xxxv1 60-5, ill. ; am1y postal arrange­ ments, xxxv 142; uniform of Bengal Horse Artillery, xxxVI 30-2, ill.; four continental museums, M.S. 37 xxii-xxiv; displaying medals in museums, M.S. 46, xix-xx; museum of West Yorkshire Regiment, M.S. 22 xxi-xxi i ; photographs of H.E.I.C. Arti llery officers, xx1x 86-91 ; on Major Henry Baynes (with another), xxx 1x 205-12, i l l. questions on : R.H.A. lace, ix 44; local militia uniforms, xx1x 44; coatee sleeve and cuff, XXL"'< 92; tail pockets, XXIX 140; uniforms of : West Riding of Yorkshire Rifle Volu nteer Corps, xxx rv 81-4 ; Bearstead and Malling Local Militia, xxxiv 120, ill. ;l Artillery, XXXV ! 143-4, ill., xxxvu 47-8, i ll., ll0-1 1 , ill.; Madras artillery, xxxv11 I 1-12, ill.; Bristol Volunteer Artillery, XXXIX 48
ABBOTT, Lieut.-Col. Thomas career and portrait, reproduced, xxx1v 81
ABERCORN (John James, 1st Marquess of, 1756-1818) I226
ABERCROMBIE, Col. James wounded, xxn 17; at Hulst, xxn 208-9
ABERCROMBY, Col. Hon. Alexander note on career, xn 240
ABERCROMBY (or ABERCROMBIE), Lieut.-Col. James at Melle, xxvII 160; defeated by Montcalm, vu 124-5; Barker's Boston diary, vn 102, 106; death at Bunker Hill, Vil 106 fn.
ABERCROMBY, Lieut.-Gen. James question about portrait, n 156
ABERCROMBY, Lieut.-Gen. Hon. Sir John commands in Mauritius, v 180 fn . 4
ABERCROMBY, General Sir Ralph (1734-1801) illustrated article on, u 34-36; Mysore War, xxu 327-9, 336, 338; French Revolutionary Wars, xxvu J56, xx1x 10-12, 147, 155, xxxn 99-1OO; expedition to Holland, xxxvr 101-2, 104-6; mentioned,XXXIX 97; death, VII 118, XXXVI 172
ABERCROMBY, Col. Robert note on, xxxrr 115
ABERDOUR, Lord (Sholto Charles, 14th Earl of Morton) Seven Years' War, xxxv 1 JO
ABINGTON, Major Malabar campaign, xxrr 148
ABJORNSON, Capt. G. V. made "petitcapora l", xv 186
ABRAHAMS, Israel "Campaigns in Palestine from Alexander The Great", noted, v1 128
ABSOLON, E. J. uniform of London and Westminster Light Horse Volunteers, xxvm 168-171, ill.; early cap of Black Watch, xxxv1 138
ABU KLEA, action at, (1885) description, xxxvn 30-2, with map
ABYSSINIAN CAMPAIGN, 1867-8 ceremonial crosses awarded after, discussion and question on location, xxv11 91; answers, xxvu 187, xxvru 93, xxx 94; mentioned, xxxvm 149; contemporary account, xxxvm 144-9
ACKERMAN, Rud olph

prints referred to, 1 53, xv 124;

prints of: Du ke of Wellington, II 142; Sikh War II 143, XIII 1 11 ; u niform, II 144, XVIIl

169, ill.; Royal Artillery, u 163; 7th Hussars, xx1 109, ill. ; 21st North British Fusiliers, xxrn 43, ill.

A'COURT, Willia m

applies for promotion, xxx 1x 100-.101

AcRE, capture of, ( 1840)

soldiers serving on ships during blockade, xvm ll2-J3

ACRES, w. Marston

article on Bank of England picquet, xu 73-83,

i ll.

ACT OF SETTLEM ENT, 1701

xxxrx 91

AcT OF UNION, 1706

effect on Royal Arms, 11 22-3, ill.

"ACTAEON"

xxxv 99

AcnvE LIST

earliest mention of, vrn 26 l

ACTON, John E. E. D., Baron

story about Napoleon after Waterloo, xu

1 11-12

ADAIR, Lieut. Jesse at Concord, xv 20

ADAIR, Major P. R.

painti ng of Coldstream Guards (c. 1680), XL 111-13, ill.


ADAIR, Dr. Robert not in attendance on death of Gen. Wolfe, VI 32, 34, vrr 249 ; possible attendance mentioned, vn 183, fn
ADAIR-AIGLETS
ADAIR, William, regimental agents in letters of Capt. Philip Browne (1744-1745), v 106-8, 146, 151-3
ADAM, F. Clans, Septs and Regiments of the Scottish Highlands" reviewed, xm 238
"ADAMS", American frigate, XIX 172-5
ADAMS, Capt., R.N. death, III 220
ADAMS, Major-Gen. Cadwallader mentioned, xxxn 31

ADAMS, Col. Frank (d. 1869)

letters from Sebastopol, xxxn 30-3

ADAMS, Major-Gen . Henry William (d. 1854) mentioned, xxxn 31

ADAMS, Samuel

excluded from amnesty offer, vn 145

ADDERTON MOOR

action at, (1643) v 161-2

ADDINGTON, Major R. A. A., (see Sidmouth, Major R. A. A., 6th Viscount)

ADDISCOMBE COLLEGE or MILITARY SEMINARY

see East India Company's Cadet College

AoDISON, Capt. Henry

funeral described, IV 219-220

ADDITIONAL ARTILLERYMEN

definition, VIII 16, fn.; example, vm 146

ADDITIONAL FORCE ACTS, 1804

brief mention, xvn 49

ADEN

Portuguese attack on (1512), m 90-2, ill.; British attack on (1839), III 91-96

ADJUTANT-GENERALS

list (1685-1931), XI 143

ADLER, F. B., with others

"The South African Field Artillery in German East Africa and Palestine, 1915- 19'', reviewed, xxxvm 62

ADLERCRON, Col. John

commands in India , XXII 220-1; afloat, I 140

ADMINISTRATION

James H's Army, xx1x 69-84; in the rebellion of 1745, s.N. 2; Seven Years' War, xxx 2-5, xxxvI 157-164; North America (1759), xxx 8-19; Queen Anne's Army, xxxvr 25-9, 49-60

"ADMIRAL'' Ill 126-7

"ADVENTURE"

VI 40. XXIV 196

AoYE, Gen. Sir John

his contemporary account of Alma, XVII 223-6; contemporary letters on Umbeyla Campaign (1863) and Bhutan expedition (1865-6), XIX 34-47

AERTS, W.

article on British firearms at time of Waterloo xxv 67-9, ill.

AfGHAN CAMPAIGN, l 839-1842

uniform worn d uring, XIII 191; and Shah Shujah's Force, xx 65-71; contemporary account, xxxvII 9-10

AFGHAN CAMPAIGN, 1878-1880

book of biographies of officers serving, xu 59; uniform worn, XIII 194, xiv 180-1, xv

182

"AFRICANA NOTES AND NEWS"

quarterly journal reviewed, XL 2

AFZULGHUR, action at (1805) contemporary account, xx1x 61

''AGAMEMNON"

(1795), XVIII 103; (1801), XVIII 107; (1815),

Vlll 215

AGAPJDA, Fray Antonio

extract from MSS (c. 1492), II 33-4

AGENTS, Army or Regimental

see also Cox and Greenwood ; articles on origin and history (17th-20th Century), XIII 27-37, XXXIX 20-2, 25, 78-80; lists

(1878, 1891, 1922), XIII 32; Richard Cox,

life and career, xxxrv 178-181; definition (1855), XL 184

AGJNCOURT, battle of .

cannon used, I 157; contemporary account, xrr 72-4, 173-8; and Valmont, contrast in tactics, xxll 66-70

"AGINCOURT WAR, THE"

by Lieut.-Col. Alfred H. Burne, reviewed, xxxv 82

AGNEW, Capt. Andrew

in Colville's memoirs, xxvm 8

AGNEW, Lieut.-Gen. Sir Andrew (d. 1771) in 1745 rebellion, xx1v 19; and footnote

AGNEW, Major-Gen. James

in Pennsylvania, VIII 231; at battle of Brandy­ wine, vm 236; action at Germantown, IX 31; death, IX 32

AGRA

attack on (1803), xx1x 56; mutiny at (1857),

x 98-100

A!GLETS

see Aiguillettes and Shoulder Knots


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AIG UILLETTES AND SHOULDER KNOTS-ALAYA


AIGU!LLETTES AND SHOULDER KNOTS

origin, xv 186, xvi 123, XXXI 74; quston on whether used to clear the pnmmg out of pistols, xv 60, history, s.N. 6, 30, 57-60, ill.; regulations governing

(1751), Ill 229, S.N. 6, 10 (1811), XXI!

339 (1828), XVI 142, (1829), XX 238;

question on reintroduction between 1685 and 1743, xvi 121; as badges of rank, XXXV 139, XXXVI 46, 92-3, 187, S.N. 7,

47; in 18th century, s.N. 7, 10-11; use discontinued by N.C.O.s, 1 185-6; of officers at Tangier, v1 51-3, ill.; of Dragoon Guards and Heavy Dragoons, xvi 137; of French Grenadiers, xm 22, ill.; use dis­ continued in cavalry, 1v 10, xm 92, xiv 127, XVI 143, 30, S.N. 6, 11, S.N. . 7,

54; in staff uniform, xxx1 74-8, 80-4, 111.,

101-9, ill. (1880-1939) XXXII 129-130, XXXVJ

46

Artillery Royal, S.N. 6, 16 Cumberland's Dragoons, xxvm 68 Grenadier Guards, xxrr 53; s.N. 6, 7

Horse Grenadier Guards, s.N. 6, 14, 30 Horse Guards, Royal, see Royal Horse

Guards;

Household Cavalry, xxx 175 ; s.N. 6, 30-2 Keith's Highlanders, see 87th Foot

Life Guards, xxx 20-1, ill.

North Somerset Regiment (Yeomanry), xv11 45

Royal Horse Guards, xxvm 69

Scots Greys, Royal, xv 161, 164-5, 167-8,

170; XVI 138-9; 194, 198; S.N. 6, 9, 10;

Welch Fusiliers, Royal, xxn 219, s.N. 7, JO 1st Dragoons, XIV 98, ill., XXII 87, 100, S.N. 6,

9-10, ill.;

1st Foot Guards: see Grenadier Guards 1st Hertfordshire Light Horse, XXI 8-9

1st Horse: pre 1746, see 1st Dragoon Guards; 1746-88, see 4th Dragoon Guards

2nd Dragoons, see Scots Greys, Royal

3rd Dragoon Guards, XXIII 1, xxv1 84

4th Dragoon Guards, m 239, XIV 206,

S.N. 7, 47

4th Dragoons, xx1x 36, ill.

4th Horse: pre 1746, see 4th Dragoon Guards; 1746-88, see 7th Dragoon Guards

5th Dragoons, xiv 209

6th Dragoon Guards, xiv 207 6th Dragoons, xix 64

8th Dragoons, xiv 97, 126, 209, xv 162;

S.N. 6, 9; S.N. 7, 57, i]J.

10th Dragoons, XIV 98

11th Dragoons, xx 125, ill. 12th Lancers, xxxvm 1, ill. 13th Dragoons, XIV 210 15th Foot, XIV 213

17th Lancers, xxm 122; xxxm 114, ill.

AIGUILLETTES AND SHOULDER

K NOTS-continued

21st Light Dragoons, XXII 253, s.N. 7, 58, ill. 23rd Foot ; see Welch Fusiliers, Royal

25th Foot, XIV 214; S.N. 6, 5

30th Foot, XIV 215 31st Foot, XIV 215 32nd Foot, XIV 215 33rd Foot, XIV 215 35th Foot, XIV 216 36th Foot, XIV 216 37th Foot, XIV 216

39th Foot, XIV 217, S.N. 6, 4

48th Foot, XIV 218 53rd Foot, v 68

58th Foot, v 72, XX!X 40, S.N. 6, 5

64th Foot, v 128 65th Foot, v 129 87th Foot, XL 86, ill.

AIKMAN, Major James

and rising of 1715, xv 137, fn. 18

AILESBURY, Charles, 1st Marquess of (1773- 1856) . . . .

as Col. Lord Bruce i n mutmy of Local M1htla,

xix 77; and "Orator" Hunt, XIX 82

AIM FRONTLET

(1745), ill., Vil! 253

AINSLIE, General George Robert

letters to Loveden Volunteers, rv 153-6, 156-157

AINSLIE, Lieut.-Col. Charles Philip note on, xxxn 88, fn. 4

AINSLIE, Philip

extracts from his book, xxxn 87-8 ; comments, xxxII 137

AIRD, James (d. 1795)

book on marches, x 237-9, ill., xx1 186, XXII 78

AIRE, siege of, (1710) .

casualties, XIII 198, 204; regiments at, xm 204, xx1v 86; contemporary account,

XXIX 101

AIRLIE, James, 2o.d Earl of brief history, s.N., 2, ii

AIRLIE, John, 4th Earl of (1699-1761) S.N., 2, ii

AISLABIE, 2nd Lieut . Rawson in Lang's Indian diary, x 81

AITCHISON, Gen. Sir John

his heraldic supporters, n 51; comments on prints of uniform, IX 68-9

"AJAX" VIII 171

AKERS-DOUGLAS, Aretas (1st Visit Chilston) presides over commission of 1901, I 153

ALAYA, Diego de

his "Perfect Captain", xu 248-250


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ALBEMARLE- ''ALLIANCE"


ALBEMARLE, 9th Earl of

on early machine gun, XL 106

ALBEMARLE, George Keppel, 3rd Earl of, (1724-72)

commands expedition to Havana (1762), XXXII 144

ALBEMARLE, Gen. George Monck, Duke of, (1608-70)

complains of Quakers in army, n 71; appointments in Berry's Regiment, 11 73; book on military affairs, II 105, III 50-2, 67-72, 102, XI 241, xm 180; portrait, m 68 in 1659-1660, IV 80; declares for Long Parliament VI, 21 ; appointments, VI 23, 145; and the army in • 660, xxxII 26-9; signs warrant for court-martial, v1 184; praises Redman, VI 225; his views on swords, XI 241; his views on muskets, xrn 180; position at court, XL 95-6; funeral, I 139

ALBEMARLE, William Anne Keppel, 2nd Earl of (1702-54)

in pursuit of Prince Charles, s.N., 2, 49, fn. 2, xxxVII 119; in orders before Fontenoy, v 149; at Dettingen, vn 264; in Colville's memoirs, mentioned, v 106-7, 147, xxvrr,

72-5, 104, xxvm 72, 77, 78, 81, 102

ALBERT, H.R.H. Prince

views on education, u 37

"ALBION" XVIII 111

ALBUERA, battle of, (1811)

contemporary accounts, i 130-1, v 179, xxxv 71; recalled in Garnett's letters, XIII 15; casualties, xm 15 and fn.

ALBUQUERQUE, Dom Afonso de,

his attack on Aden (1513), m 90-2

"ALCESTE"

VIII 83, 86, J 54 "ALCIDE"

VI 40, XVlll 151

ALDERSHOT

"The Story of Aldershot", reviewed, xxxm 34

ALEXANDER, Col.

at Almanza, xxv 159

ALEXANDER, Arthur J.

article on deserters as source of information, XXVII 12-18

ALEXANDER, Capt. Claude

note on, XXIV 11, fn. 5; u niform worn by, XXXIX 73-4

ALEXANDER, 1st Lieut . James

in Lang's Indian diary, XI 4 and fn. 33 ALEXANDER, Gen. Sir James Edward

portrait reproduced and descri bed, xxxI 85-6, ill.


ALEXANDER, Brig. R. 0.

article on Fort St. Johns, Canada, u 186-8; colours on active service, XIV 185; edits contemporary account of operations be­ fore Quebec, xvm 135-168

ALEXANDER THE GREAT

"The Generalship of Alexander the Great", reviewed, xxxvn 71

ALEXANDRIA, battle of, (1801)

prints of, v 157-8, xu JOO, fn. 2; story about, xxXII 74, fn. 5, 183; Pte. Lutz's

exploit, xv 55, XXII 138-9, XXXVII 46

ALEXANDRIA, bombardment of, (1882)

article on Lord Kitchener's connection with, XVIII 228-234

ALFONSO II, Duke of Ferrara

his suit of armour illustrated and described,

I 170-2

"ALFRED"

(1794), XVlll 102, XXIII 46; (1845), XXX 50

ALGIERS, capture of, (1816) soldiers in, I 140, xvm 111

ALIGARH

action at, (1857) x 94-5; xx1x 56

AusoN COMMITTEE. See Battle Honours ALISON , Major Archi bald

in Lang's Indian diary, x 140

ALISON, Lieut. Frederick Montague in Lang's Indian diary, x 140

ALKEN, H. (1784-1851)

paintings by, at Windsor Castle, xvi 97-8, XXV 71-5, ill.; XXVJI 38, ill.; 68-9, ill.;

116-7, ill.; 176-7, ill.

ALLAlRE, Lieut. Anthony American War, Ill 106

ALLEN, Ethan

captures Fort Ticonderoga, vu 125

ALLEN, Frederick S.

article on civil-military control in England, (1670-80), XL 95-102

ALLEN, Troop Sergeant-Major (later Cornet) Jonathan

XXXIX 23, 26

ALLEN, Col. William

arrested, 11 70; elected agitator, YI 17-18

ALLENDORFER, F. von

British officers in American Civil War, XXXII 91

ALLGOOD, Lieut. George

in Lang's Indian diary, x1 8

"ALLIANCE"

Ill 60


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ALMA-AMERICAN WAR OF 181


A LMA, battle of, (1854)

Scots Guards in, xiv 20, i ll. ; ammunition expenditure, xvi 120; contemporary account, xvn 223-6 ; Gibb's pictur.e, XIX 58, 124

ALMANZA, battle of, (1707)

contemporary accounts, xxv 27-131, 144-61,

with map, xxv1 91, s.N. 5, 21-2; and Brihuega, xxr 112-13; additional informa­ tion about, published 1955, xxxm 140

ALMEIDA, investment of, (1811)

xxv1 11-12; escape of garrison, v 180, 186,

xxxv 23-35, map

ALMENARA, battle of, (1710)

story about 8th Dragoons, xm 240; con­ temporary account, s.N. 5, 33-4; mentioned, xxr 112; casualties, xxr 117, xxv 14-15; descri bed, xxv 15-16

ALMS, Capt. Charles George company at Waterloo, 1 76

ALORNA, F. M. Pedro, 3rd Marq ues de in Portugal, m l57

ALT, Col. W. J.

buys machine guns for his batta l ion, xx 185

ALTEN, Lieut.-Gen . Sir Charles, Count von (1764-1840)

in Spain and Portugal, v 186; battle of Quatre Bras, 1x 130; note on entry in D.N.B., xxxm 123

ALTENHEIM, battle of, (1675) described, with map, xxiv 164-66

"ALWAYS INTO BATTLE: SOME FORGOTTEN ARMY SAGAS"

by Lieut.-Gen. Sir George MacMu nn, reviewed, xxxm 62

AMAR SING THAPA

in Nepal War, x 53-6

AMBERITE

earliest use of word, vm 261

AMBROSE, Capt. John

defence of Villefranche, m 2 1

AMBROSE, Major R. D.

army scouts, xxxm 1 87; 9th Foot in Japan, xxxrv 44; messing on board troopships (1867), xxxv 134; articles on museum of Norfolk Regiment, M.S. 5, xxvi-xxviii,

M.S. 26, i-ii

AMEIXIAL, battle of, (1663)

XXXVIII 118-20

AMERICA. See Nort h America AMERICAN CIVIL WAR

contemporary letters about, xvm 38-40, xix

l l 2-17; British officers in, note on and question about, xxxrr 91; answers, xxxrn 46, 142; XXXJV 94, XXXIX 53; books about

reviewed, xxxv l 64, xxxvm 2

"AMERICAN FIREARMS MAKERS"

by A. Mervyn Carey, reviewed, xxxII 37

AMERICAN REBELLION, THE

Sir Henry Clinton's narrative, 1775-1782, edited by W. B. Willcox, reviewed, xxxv 169

"AMERICAN REVOLUTION TN NEW YORK, THE"

noted, vr lI2

AMERICAN WAR OF INDEPENDENCE (1775-83)

see also individual actions or battles

article, with maps, on Princeton, xm 214-228 ; ill. and with maps, on expedition to Concord (1775), xv 17-31 ; deserters as British source of information, xxvn 12-18; raisi ng a regiment during, xxvrr ·107-115 (comment) xx1x 42-3; role of Army in Parliamentary management during, XXXIV 146-9; soldiers as Marines during 1778, XL 200-6

Hessian troops, 11 69; question about British regiments, JV 217; map illustrating cam­ paign i n New Jersey, etc. (1777-8) VI, facing p. 196; Lieut. John Barker's diary, vu 81-109, 145-169; contemporary

letters (1774-1776) vm 59-63, 132; (1780-81)

xx 130-5 (comment) xx 243; operations in Pennsylvania, with maps, VIJI 228-241, 1x 27-42; organisation of grenadiers, x 228; distribution and strength of British and German forces (1774-81), xvr 3-23; (corrections and additions to) xvr 119-120, xix 153-6, xx 190-2, 243; question about Commissariat Department during, XVI 61 ; list of prisoners after Saratoga, xix 165-6; lack of loyalist support, xx 192; surrender of Fort Ticonderoga (1775), xxrrr 128-9; and Canadian militia, xxIV 31-2; Burgoyne's expedition (letters concerning, 1776-77), xxv1 132-142; the surrender at

Yorktown (1781), XVII 71-6

books about, reviewed , VI 112, XIX 59, xxxv 169.

"AMERICAN WAR OF INDEPENDENCE IN PERSPECTIVE, THE"

by Lieut.-Gen. Sir George MacMunn, reviewed, xrx 59

AMERICAN WAR OF 1812

article with map, on British operations on the Penobscot ( 1814), xrx 168-178

edited contemporary letters, xvm 199-211; British operations in American North­ West, xxrr 91-106; Canadian militia, xxrv 33-7; battle of Queenston Heights (1812),

VII 1I 3-15, ill., XVIII 201, XXIV 34; question

on location of American flags and uniforms in Britain, xx1v 42; so-called Canadian Chasseurs at Hampton (1813), XL 105; peace of Ghent, xxn 106


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"AMERICANS AT WAR"-ANDERSON


"AMERICANS AT WAR : THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE AMERICAN MILITARY SYSTEM"

by T. Harry Williams, reviewed, xxxvm 154

AMHERST, Rev. Jeffery (1577-1662)

mentioned, XI 179

AMHERST, Jeffery (1650- 1713)

mentioned, XI 179

AMHERST, Jeffery (1677-1750)

mentioned, x1 179-180

AMHERST, Field Marshal Jeffrey, l st Baron (1717-1797)

print of referred to, v 157; attacks Fort Ticonderoga (1759), vn 125, XI 180, xxxix 37; Journal, edited by J. Clarence Webster, reviewed, XI 79-80; account of career, XI 180-2; loss and recapture of St. John's, Newfoundland (1762), x1 186-7, 189-191, 211; portraits (reproduced), XI 215; (described) xxxI 73 ; role in relations between Army and Parliament, XXXIV 146-8, XXXIX 101

AMHERST, John (1621-91)

mentioned, x1 179

AMHERST, Capt. John, R.N. (1718-78)

career, xr 182

AMHERST, Sackville (1715-1763)

mentioned, XI 180

AMHERST, Lieut.-Gen. William (1732-1781) life and career, XI 182-3

portrait, XI I84 facing, (mentioned) s.N. 7, 14;

capture of St. John's Newfoundland (1762), XI 189-191; composition of force, x1 192-4; journal, XI 194-208; correspondence with brother, XI 201-3; with Colville, XI 204-5; his despatch, XI 205-7; with d'Haussonville, XI 207-8; as Lieut.-Gov. of Newfoundland (1774), v11 94

AMHERST, William Pitt, 1st Earl

relations with Ochterlony (1825), x 61 -2;

mentioned, XI 183 "AMIABLE PRUSSIAN, THE"

by Charles Drage, reviewed, xxxvn 127

"AMIABLE RENEGADE : THE MEMOIRS OF CAPT. PETER DRAKE, 1671-1753"

reviewed, XXXIX 74 AMMON AL

earliest use of word, vm 261

AMMUNITION

meaning (18th century), vm 27, fn .

AMMUNITION LOAF

question on meaning, xx 121; answers, xx 182

AMOURS, Mathieu d'

portrait as Canadian Militia officer, M.S. 46 xvii, ill.

"AMPHITRITE" (1793), XXIX 5

"AN REISIMEID CHATAICH, THE 93RD SUTHER­ LAND HIGHLANDERS"

by Brigadier-Gen. A. E. J. Cavendish, reviewed, VIII 123-7

"AN T OGLAC" (Irish Army Quarterly)

February 1933, reviewed, xn 182

"ANACONDA" Brig of War (1814), VII 90-91, 98

"ANALYSIS OF FEAR"

by William James, mentioned, xx1x 179

"ANALYTICAL VIEW OF THE MANUAL AND PLATOON EXERCISES"

by Abraham James, XXXJX 11-17, ill., XL 53

ANANTPOOR (or Anantapore)

attack on (1783), I 208; allegations of cruelty at, XXII 149-50

"ANATOMY OF GLORY, THE: NAPOLEON AND HIS GUARD"

by Aime S. K. Brown, reviewed, xxx1x 143

ANCIENT BADGES, see Colours, Standards, and Guidons and Six Old Corps

ANCRUM, Lord, see Lothian, Gen. W. H., 4th Marquess of

ANDERSON, Capt.

taken prisoner (1745), XII 237

ANDERSON, Lieut. Alexander John

in Lang's Indian diary (1857), x 142, 196,

199, XI J1

ANDERSON, Private Andrew

question on his receiving Order of The Medjidieh, xvm 56

ANDERSON, Capt. Donald c.

portrait of Sir Augustus Frazer, xvn 173-5; Orrery 's Regiment, xvn 177; earliest appearance of Black Watch, xvm 16-20; shoulder and headstall chains, xvm 114; uniform of Cape Corps, XVII 115, ill.; and title of Scots Greys, xvm 178; memoirs of Madras cadet and officer (1803-4), xvm 180; badges of Household Cavalry, xxx1 40

ANDERSON, Lieut.-Col. J.

account of selling his commission (1848), XII 224-5

ANDERSON, JAMES

Captain in North British Volunteers (1775). vu 158, 196; note on life, vu 260

ANDERSON, Capt. John Richard at Alma (1854), XVII 224

ANDERSON, M . S.

British officers in Russian Army (18th and early 19th centuries), xxxvm 168-73


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ANDERSON- ANSON


ANDERSON, Olive

role of Army in Parliamentary management during American War of Independence, xxxrv 146-9; constitutional position of the Secretary at War (1642-1855), xxxvr 165-9

ANDERSON, Lieut.-General Paul at Corunna (1809), XII 185

ANDERSON, Sergeant-Major Robert in R.A. band, XXVI 68

ANDERSON, Capt. Thomas

war of 1812, xxII 100-1, 103, 105

ANDERSON, Major-Gen. W. H.

article on letter owned by, on Culloden, I 21-4

ANDERSON, Capt. Wilfred Turner Intombi River Drift (1879), xxn 182

ANDRE, Major John

as a young officer, XL 61-77

ANDREWS, C. G.

Kilmarnock forage cap, xxv 94

ANDREWS, Lieut. John, of Colchester

note on tombstone and question about, VI 257, ill.; answer, VII 77-8

ANDREWS, Major Mottram mentioned (1855), XXXII 31

''ANDROMACHE'' (J 797), VII 15

''ANDROMEDA" (1795), XXIX J 6

ANDRZEJEWSKI, S.

"Military Organisation and Society", re­ viewed, xxxm 12

ANGELO family

note on, xxxvII 65

ANGLESEY, Field Marshal Henry William, 1st Marquess of, and 2nd Earl of Uxbridge (1768-1854)

mentioned, r 119; coloured p late of, date I 815 disputed, XVII I 17; portrait s, repro­ duced and descri bed, xxxVIu 76-8, xxv 117, xxx1x 18-19; pisto l and carbine attributed to, xxxm 149-51, ill.; letter to, about proposed painting of a parade, xxXIV 140; opinion on regiments (1833) XXXVII 90; "One Leg" reviewed, XXXIX 143; his papers dealing with 7th Light Dragoons edited, XXXVJII 69-74, 127-34, 175-83,

XXXIX 20-6, 75-85, 113-25, 198-204; in

French Revolutionary Wars (1794-5), XXIX 147, 153, XXXII 74-81, 96-106; in

Napoleonic wars (Corunna), s.N. 4, 18-19,

21, 23, Sahagun xxv 132-3, xxvm 122,

XXVIII 123, XXXII 183; S.N. 4, 18-19;

Flushing, XIII 149; Waterloo, XXXVIII 34-5,

40, 42

ANGLESEY, Major the Marquess of

edits letters of campaign in the Netherlands, (1794-5), XXXII 74-82, 96-106

order to 28th Foot, xxxrv 138 "One Leg" reviewed, xxxrx 143

ANIMALS

allowed per company (pre-1939), xxxvr 187

"ANN" (ANNA or ANNE), transport (1793), VIII 2, 6

(1814), VIII 83

"ANN AND ELIZABETH", transport (1759) VI 40-1 XVIII 151

"ANN AND MARY", transport (1758), XXIX 123

"ANNALS OF THE KING'S ROYAL RIFLE CORPS'',

by Lieut.-Col. Lewis Butler, Vol. II reviewed, III 83-4; Vol. m reviewed, vr 47-9 with portrait

ANNAND, Major A. McK .

question on a uniform, XXI I89; mentioned,

XXXIX 163

colour of Ogi lvy's Regiment,xxxrv 12-14, ill. ; Black Watch uniform (1856), xxxv1 77-9, ill.; Tientsin Vol unteer Corps in the Boxer Rising (1900), xxxv1 179-81, ill.; Lord Macleod, Cou nt Cromartie, xxxv11 21-7, ill.; Sebastopol after its capture (1855), xxxvII 82-5, ill.; uniforms of Governor's bodyguard, Madras, xxxvn 141; Appin's Regiment, xxxvm 15-29, ill.; painting of British Vol unteers and Belgian Garde Civique (1866), XXXVIII 107-10, ill.;

uniform of 35th Foot (c. 1808), xxxvrn I I I , il l.; Hugh Montgomerie, 12th Earl of Eglinton, xxx1x 37-40, ill.; Tientsin Volunteer Corps, xxx1x 66-70; The Hussars of the '45, xxx1x 144-160; two 18th century portraits, XL 22-3, ill.; Coldstream Guards and 93rd Highlanders at Scutari (1854), XL 57-60; 78th (or Ross-shire Buffs) (c. l 840-4), XL 87-8, ill.; Gen. Robert Melville, XL 143-6, ill.; Lieut.-Col. Sir Robert Tolver Gerard, XL 196-200, ill.

ANNAND, Corporal A . S.

in siege of Tientsin, xxx1x 68

ANNE, Queen

her war in the West Indies, xx1v 100-109, 183-197; recruiting in her reign, xxvm 146-159; her army, xxxvr 25-9, 48-60, xxxvm 94; her Secretaries at War, xxxvm 3-10; purchase of colonelcies, XXXIX, 6 fn. 15

ANSON, Major-Gen. Sir A. E. H.

answers question on "The Shop", III JO


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ANSON-ARGYLL


ANSON, Capt. the Hon. Augustus Henry Archibald

in Lang's Indian diary 1x 202, xI 2

ANSON, Gen. Sir George .

at Talavera, xrv l 57; in Spain and Portuga l , (1811), v 183-4

ANSON, Gen. the Hon. George

in Lang's Indian diary, 1x 21 ; death, IX 75

ANSON, Major 0. H. St. G.

meets siege-trai n at Del bi, x 14; in Lang's Indian diary, x 99

ANSON, Thomas

letters in l745 rebellion, xxxvrr 112, 117, 119-20

ANSON, Capt. T. V., R .N.

note on, XIV 157 fo.

ANSTRUTHER, Lieut.-Col. P. R., (94t h)

in Transvaal (1880), xxx 164

ANSTRUTHER, Brig.-Gen. Robert

expedition to Holland, xxxv1 JO I ; and Corunna campaign, xxvm 109-10, 114-

18, 126; death, XXVlll 126, S.N. 4, 29

ANSTRUTHER, William

Colville's memoirs, xxv 55-7, xxv 59 ANSTRUTHER-GRAY, Lieut.-Col. w.

question on Napoleon's March, xm 62

"ANTELOPE"

XI 187, 211-1 3

ANTI-TANK

earliest use of phrase, vm 261

ANTIGUA, expedition to, (1690)

q uestion about regiment involved, vm 66; answer, xrx 248

ANTROBUS, Col. Ed mund Wi lliam ( 1795-1852) portrai t, M.S. 46, xvi i-xix, il l.

ANTWERP, expedition against, (1809)

short discussion of aims and events leading to,

XIII 146-8

"APOLLO"

(c. 1748), 111 21 l , 222; ( 1 777), vm 234; (1793)

XXIX 5

"APPEARED AND FOUND QUALIFIED"

question on meaning, Ill JO l-2; answer, IV 140

APPLEBY, Lieut.-Col. C. B.

appointment to R.M.A.S. museum (1956)

M.S. 26, iv ;

Capt. George Jolland, xxxix, 55-65, award of "Y.C." to Mrs. Harris, xxxix 106

R.M.A . Sandhurst museum, M.S. 30, xviii-xix, saving and preserving colours,

M.S. 31, xxvi-xxvii, obtaining display cases from windows or alcoves, M.S. 37, xxiv, storage of u niforms, M.S. 39, xxxi

APPLI N, Lieut. Vincent

note and question about, in Japan in 1864 xxxn 187

APPOINTMENTS, see Ranks and Appointments APSLEY, James

in Portugal (1663), xxxvm J 17

APTHORP, Lieut.-Col. E.

battle of Banda (1858), xxx11 160-1, 163

"ARAB"

(1842), vu 75-6

ARAK AN CAMPAIGN, 1824-5

article with maps, XXIv 115-24 ARBOTT, Pte. W.

his medal and career, xvu 83, il l.

ARBUTHNOT, Gen. Sir Robert

his Portuguese Commander's Star illus­ trated, I! 93; i n Portuguese Army, l809-14,

XXVII 52

"ARCHANGEL, 1918-1919"

by Edmund Ironside, reviewed, xxxn 35

ARCHBOLD, l t Lieut. Samuel

in Portugal (I765-1775), IV 98

ARCHBOLD, Capt. Thomas in Portugal (1765), rv 98

ARCHCLTFFE FORT, Dover

see Arcliffe Bulwark ARCHERS

at Crecy, rv 56; note on stakes, xix 4-5, ill. ; armour worn by (17th century),

M.S. 36, xvii-xviii

ARCH ERS, Royal Company of : The Queen's Body Guard for Scotland

short history, xvr 65; notes on d ress, xvi 65, 244

ARCHERY, see also Bows

encouragement of, 14th, 15th and 16th century, m 176, vr 60-1, xn 18-28

ARCLIFFE BULWARKE

esta blishment (1661), IX 214, i l l.

ARDENNES, battle of

book about, reviewed, x,xxvn l26-7

"ARDENT"

( 1801), xvm 107

ARGYLL, Archibald, 3rd Duke of

at Sheriffmuir, xv 127, 142 and fn. 34, 143; rebellion of 1745, xxrv 13; note on, XXIV 13 fn. I

ARGYLL, George Douglas Campbell, 8th Duke of at protest meeting about tartans (188J ), v

86, 89, ill.

ARGYLL, John Campbell, 2nd Duke of (1680- 1743)

arms, xm 26, ill.; his commands, xxr 87; at Ramillies, xv 88; at Malplaquet, XXIX 98-9; sells colonelcy, xxx1x 5 ; in Scotland, xv 134 and fn . 12, 135, 137-8, 142


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image



ARGYLL, John Campbel l , 4th Duke of (d. 1770) note on, xxrv 13 fn. 2; 1745 rebellion, xxrv

13, 14, 18, 28

ARGYLL, John Campbell, 5th Duke of (d. 1806) note on, xxiv 13 fn. 3; 1745 rebellion,

xxrv, 13, 17, 18, 20, 21, 23, 28; portrai t

(1779) described, xxx1 71

"ARGYLLSHIRE HIGHLANDERS, 1860-1960"

by Lieut.-Col. G. I. Malcolm of Poltalloch, reviewed, xxxrx 43

"ARIADNE"

(1805-6), xxx 26

ARLINGTON, Henry Bennet, .I st Earl of

the control of the army (1670-80), XL 96-8

ARM-OF-SERVICE STRIPS

means of identification, 1939-45 War, xxv 111, 167, 174

ARMADA, THE SPANISH, 1588

warning beacons, xxn 21, i ll .

ARMAGNAC, Count of

battle of Valmont (1416), xxn 67-70

ARMED AND TRAYNED COMPANIES

see Trained Bands

"ARMED FORCES OF SOUTH A FRfCA, THE"

by Major G. Tylden, reviewed, xxxnr 173

"ARMED TO THE DEATH"

suggested origin of phrase, rv 13

"ARMIDE"

(1814), Vlll 86, 91, 98

"ARMIES OF THE FIRST FRENCH REPUBLIC AND THE RISE OF THE MARSHALS OF NAPOLEON I"

by Col. Ramsay Whi tton Weston Phi pps, reviewed, vm 243

ARMIGER, Lieut.-Gen. Robert

enquiry about, portrai t of, and note on death, VT 257

ARMIT, W. B.

Loyal Surrey Rangers, xxx1v 44; m useum at Halifax, Nova Scotia, M .S. 45, xiii-xiv

ARMLET

black crepe, TI 1 56; m .1 8-19, i l l., 61 , vm 76

ARMOUR

elaboration of, 1 170-2, ill. ; "of proof", question about meaning, x1175; d iscussion of term "iron" in 17th century, xm 180; note on cleaning, xvi 186

general article on equipment (I066-1900), xvnr 170-6, ill.

English (1511-1644), M.S. 36, xi-xix

ARGYLL- ARMY


ARMOUR-CLAD SHr r

earliest use of phrase, vm 261


"ARMOURERS' MARKS"

by Dudley S. Hawtrey Gyngell, reviewed, XXXIX 2

ARMS (Heraldic), see Coats-of-Arms


ARMS (Military): see afso Rifles, Machine Guns, Muskets, Pistols, Carbines

article on carryi ng, xx 154-9, 242, xx1 107, XXV!l 134-5, XXXII 90-1

notes on: cleani ng, xvr 186; contents in Belgian and Danish museums, xvn 111

Gen. Lloyd 's views on (1781), xn 141-2, 148-9; ill. article on history of fire-arms (1 5th-19th century), xm 128- 135; in army

of James II (c. 1 685), xiv 6-8; in 1752, XIV 70-1 ; small arms at the Tower with summary of history, xvm 19-4; British firearms at time of Waterloo, xxv 67-9, ill.; as mark of rank, xxv1 129; marking of volunteer (1860), xxvm 132, xx1x 87; use of firearms by cavalry, XlX 9-15, XXVTII 181-2; British military srnoothbore firearms (c. 1640-1854), xxxm 63-79, ill. , 147- 161, ill., xxxv 86-8, xxxvm 44-5; colouri ng of barrels, xxxm 160; regi mental mark i ng, xxxm 160-1; of Wellington's army, xxxvr 144-151 ; collec­ t i on of small arms at Enfield Lock, M .S. 36, x-xi ; correct display of firearms at museums, M.S. 39, xxix-xxx

books on, reviewed, v 115-8, xxxiv 21 , xxxrx 160, XL 173


ARMSTRONG, Capt. Alexander Boswell fort named after, xr 97


ARMSTRONG , Capt. Joh n medals, xxvm 128-9


ARMY , BRITISH

means of raising British (Saxon times to 13th century), XI 101-3; administration of British (Norman times to 20th century), xr 103; organisation and mobilisation of Scottish (15th and 16th century), rn 175-91

in 1642, xvu 102-9; 1643-5, xvm 27-37; the

Restoration of 1660, xxxn 26-9; control

discussed (1670-80), XL 95-102; in 1674,

XIV 64-8, ill. ; in 1685, XlV 1-11, iJJ., 68

administration of James H's, xxrx 69-84; at Tillroy Camp (1689), xx 175-7; under William III, xrv 68-9; reduction after peace of Ryswick (1697), xxvm 15-28; in 1716-19 xxn 15; under George II, XIV 69-72, ill.; under the early Hanoverians (1713-39), xxr 138-147 ; dispositions (1763), xxxr 136-8;


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ARMY-ARTILLERY

ARMY, BRIT ISH- conrinued

of Queen Anne, xxxvr 25-9, 48-60, xxxvm 94; in 18th century generally, XL 24-32, 61-77; of 1812-16, xiv i ll. facing 76;

c. J 809, XIV 75-7

"ARMY AND NAVY"

origin of phrase, n 107; 11 1 59, vrr 197, x 66

ARMY COUNCIL

Forerunners (Saxon times to 20th century), XI 101-148; constitution (1904), XI 117-8 ; list of forerunners (1066-20th century), XI 141-8

ARMY LIST

general article on, xxv 118-127, xxxrv 45 Charles Dalton's xxv 125-6

1684 (Nathan Brooks's); reprinted , 1 6-9,

56-9, 142-5, 11 164-7, m 22-5, 85-9; notes on,

I 229, IV 49; correction to, Ill 53; mentioned,

xxv 118

1733: of Irish Establishm ent, xxv 118

1740: House of Commons order for, v 132; modern regiments in, v 134; arrangements for printing, vn 251; reproduced with Index, s.N. 3; mentioned, xxv 1l 8

1742: reproduced, m l 66-72, ill.; question

on 62nd and 63rd Foot in, vn J 38; location of copies, IX 144

1744: location, IX 144; mentioned, xxv 118

1745: location, 1x 144, xxv I18

1748: location and description, 1x 144-6, xxv 1.18

1749: location, IX 144, xxv l 18

1754: only copy, rx 144; described, xxv

118-20

1762 : none pri nted, XI 252

1768: possi bility of existence, xxx1v 45, xxxvn 46

J 772: note on, xxxIV 45

1798: note on and information asked for, vm 66; described , xxv 120

Hart's xxv 125

ARMY MUSEUMS 0GlLBY TRUST: see Ogil by

Trust

ARMY RESERVE ACTS, 1803

brief description, xvn 49

"ARMY TRANSPORT AND THE ENGLISH CONSTITU­

TION"

by Rupert C. Jarvis, reviewed, XXXIV 149

ARNOLD, Brig.-General Benedict

at Fort St. John's (1775), II J 87 against Quebec (1775), xx 102-4

ARNow , Matthew

17th Lancers' mess, xxxvu l 86 Volunteer Rifle Corps, xxxvn 43

ARNOT, Jean Gordon, and another

"The Prisoners of the '45", reviewed, VIII 48-9


ARQUEBUS

in 17th century stained glass, v 176-7 descri bed, XIII 128

ARQUEBUSIER

armour (16th-17th century), M.S. 36, xv-xvii

ARRAN, Charles Butler, Earl of (d. 1758) arms, xm 229-30, ill.

ARRAN, James Hamilton, Earl of (d. 1712) arms, xrn .142-3, ill.

ARROW-HEADS

statute of 1405 laying down method of making, XI 221

ARSAC DE TERNAY, C. H. L. d'

in Newfoundland, xr 185, 187, 204, 212-4

"ART OF WAR IN THE SIXTEENTH CENTURY THE"

1

article based on Sir Charles Oman's 'book XVI 152-7

"ART Of WAR, THE"

by Louis de Gaya, discussion of translation

II 97-8 '

ARTHUR, Sir George, Lieutenant-Governor of Upper Canada

savings banks, xxxix 53, 108, 166

ARTICLES OF WAR l 189, v 202-3

1199-1216, referred to, 1x 127

Lists and location of (1385-1799), 1v 166-7, VI 188

1513, VIII 57-8

1544, vn 222-240, ill., vnr 57-8

1627, v 111-15

1642, IX 116-121, ill.

1661, IX 158-161

1667, VI 118

1668 of East India Company, X I 94 · dis- cussion and correction to those dated

1672, VI 56

1673, VI 118

1674, location, 1x 182

1677, location, IX 182

1685, mentioned, v1 118, xxrx 70, fn. II

1689-91 IV 161-2

no trace of those of 1708, 1v 161 ; biblio­ graphy, v 203-4

ARTILLATOR

origin and meaning of word, rv 34-5

ARTILLERY: for Uniform see Uniform ; and also

under various items of dress; see also

Artillery, Royal, in Regimental Index

14th century, . I 66-73, ill.; 15th century,

I 105-114, 111., 157-164 ; 1586-1610, XII

247-253, ill. ; origin and definition of word, IV 134-5, 204-6; Italian account of 1498, 1 229; Italian book of 1613, rr 189-190

iJ J., Til 72, XI 98-9, XII 112-4, 248, 251-3;


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ARTILLERY- ATKINSON


ARTILLERY- co11ti11ued

organisation and history of Scottish (15th and 16th century), III 177-8, ill., 182-191; Royalist at Edgehill (1642), xxxv 145-151; in army of J 674, xcv 67; at Sedgemoor (1685), XIV 67; chariot of 1693, vnr 204; Fusil ier regiments as escort (17th century), xm 125, J 88; difficulties of transport (Flodden), III 189-191, (1745), s.N. 2, iii-iv,

(2nd Mysore War), III 267-8 ; at Flodden (1513), III 179-181, il l., 183, 188-191 ; at

siege of Gibraltar (1727) m 112, 144; in

1745 rebellion, s.N. 2, 11 fn. 1, 13, 14, 23,

28 and fn. 1, 36 fn. 1; beginnings of organised companies (18th century), xrv 69; organisation (l790's), xrv 75 ; Col. Wiltshire Wilson's company (l794), xm 181; foreign in French Revol utionary Wars, xxrr 236-7; cavalry ordered to be instructed in mounted (1801), XVI 125; light or mobile, first use and note on, xvr 1 79; in Vimeiro campaign (l 808), xxm 80-2; for infantry (1803), xxvm 137; proposal for new kind of horse (1814), 1v 1-3, ill.; question on Vol unteer (1860-1908) xxx1 185; Gen. Gordon's views on Field (1882), xx J06-8; history of Indian Mountain, reviewed, xxxv I 24

ARTILLERY, Portuguese

note on British officers in, with list of names (1762-1780), IV 97-9

"ARTISTS AND THE S.A.S., THE"

by B. A. Young, reviewed, xxxvrn 155

ARUNDEL (of Wardour) Henry Frederick , 3rd Earl of

in Atkyns's memoirs, xxxv 12-13

ARUNDELL, Richard, 1st Baron of Trerice (d. 1687)

in Atkyns's memoirs, xxxv 53 and fn. 62

ASFELD, Marshal C.-F.-B., Marqu is d'

at Almanza (1707), xxv 159-161 ; note on, xxv l59, fn. 50

"As PLAIN AS A PIKE-STAFF"

origin of phrase, VI 137

"As You WERE": see Words of command

ASHANTI CAMPAIGN 1873

uniforms worn, xxx1x 46, fn. 4

ASHANTIS

defeat of (1824), x 148-9

ASHBURNHAM, General the Hon. Th omas letters from, Ferozeshah and Sobraon, with

map, x1 65-76, portrait, xxvm 106, ill.

ASHMAN, Daniel

"Mystery of Walker's ear'', v1 236, 242-3

ASHURST, Capt. William Pritchard description of portrait (c 1708), XIII 87

"ASIA"

(1774) vn 87; (1775), II 65-6, VII 102; (1815),

VIII J 77, 21 6; (1827), XVJII 112

AsIRGARI-1

reduction of fortress (1815), xxxvn 7-8

AssAs, Nicolas Louis, Cheva lier d'

l760, XXIX 158

ASSAYE, battle of, (l803) standard awarded for, I 27

ASSIZE OF ARMS, J J 8J

description, XI 101-2

ASTLEY, Philip

article on, vm 183-9, ill.; assistant to Gen. Eliott, and books by, xm 178

ASTLEY, Sir Richard (d. 1688)

mon ument to, reproduced and described, xxxvm, 11-2

ATH, siege of, (1706)

casual ties and regiments, xm 203

ATHLONE, siege of, (1691)

fake etching of, v 157, xn 104

ATHOLL, Duke William of 1745 Rebellion, XXXIX 145

march into England (1745), s.N. 2, 11 fn. 1

ATKINSON, C. T.

Battle of Entzheim (1674), I 33-43; Grenadier companies in Army, x 225-231 , ill.; Tongres and Melle, XII 29-38, XXVII 160-1, 167-8;

Marlborough sieges, xm 195-205 (with map), xxiv 83-7 (answers comment on), XIV 119, 173; James II and his army, xiv 1-11; battalions of detachments at Talavera, xv 32-8 ; Marlborough 's Orders of Battle, xv 107-1 13; British forces in North America,

1774-81 , XVI 3-23, XIX 163-6, XX 190-2;

Oman's "Art of War in 16th century", XVI 152-7; a draft for 1st Foot in 1757, xvi 215-7; Dillon's Regiment, xvn 118-9;

losses at Steenkirk (1692), XVII 200-4; 9th Queen's Royal Lancers, xvm 235-8; hist ory of King's Own, xrx 187-192, ill.; martial music, xx 174; canter of Coltbridge xx 175; Portuguese regiments in Peninsular War, xx 186; Highlanders in Westphalia, xx 208-223; Guards in America, xx 243; material for military history in the reports of the Historical Manuscripts Commission, xx1 17-34; gleanings from the P.R.O. on the war of Spanish Succession, xxr 83-96; Brihuega, xxr 112-122; the army (1713-39),


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ATKINSON -AUDE N

ATKINSON, c. T .-continued

xx1 138-147; foreign regiments in British Army (1793-1802), XXI 175-181, XXII 2-14,

45-52, 107-115, 132-142, 187cl 97, 234-250,

265-276, 313-324, XXXIV 99-103; Hulst,

xxu, 205-212; Loya l American Rangers and Montagu 's Corps, xxn 217-8; the Peninsular "Second Front" in the Spanish Succession War, xxn 223-233; gleanings from the P.R.0. on Jenkins' Ear, War of Austrian Succession and the 'Forty­ Five, xxu 280-298; British regiments afloat, xxm 46-53; the account of Matthew Bishop of war of Spanish Succession, xxm 157-169; Charles !I's regiments in France, xxrv 53-65, 129-136, 161-172; Queen Anne's war in the West Indies, xx1v 100-9, 183-197; Elizabeth's Army by C. G. Cruikshank, reviewed, XXIV 139-140; Sir Charles Oman (obituary), xx1v 148-9; Spain and Port ugal in the Spanish Succession War, xxv 11-21; Almanza, xxv 144-161 , with map; foreign troops in Peninsular War, xxvn 46; presentation of newly appointed officers, xx1x 44; regiments for sea service, xxx 180; Minorca and the Navy in 1799, xxxr 24-9; Rami llies battlefield, xxxu 14-8, i l l. ; the army at Waterloo, xxxu 48-53; early services of Ki ng's troops i n India, XXXJI 111-7; cost of Queen Anne's War, xxxm 174-183; Wynendael, XXXIV 26-31 with maps, xxxv 41 ; letters to Capt. Lovell Hadcock, xxxrv 70-9; Culloden , xxxv 18-22, with plan ; Alexander de Roverea, xxxv 71-8; Queen Anne's Army, xxxv1 25-9, 48-60; edits contemporary narrative of war of Spanish Succession, s.N. 5; edits extracts from Checquers Court MSS. (1742-8), xxm 114-8 ; edits Col. Brooke's letters on proposed expedi­ tion to River Plate (1798), xxvr 69-76; edits letters and documents relation to Burgoyne's expedition ( 1776-7), xxv1 132-142; edits letters on Fontenoy, Melle and other matters, xxvu 160-170; edits diary of Robert William Dallas xxvm, 59-67; edits Cathcart MSS. (on Marl­ borough's Wars), xx1x 20-5, 64-8, 97-103

(on the Netherlands, 1794-5), xxix 144-157 (on expedition to Hanover, 1805-6), xxx

22-9 (on "conjoint" expedition to Copen­ hagen, 1807), xxx 80-7; edits journal of William Todd (1749-58), XXIX 118-127;

158-169 ; describes order book of Seven Years' War, xxx 2-5; edits letters of Major-Gen. Sir F. P. Robinson, xxXlv 153-170; edits papers of Capt. Arthur Shakespear, xxxYI 69-75, 124-9; edits


ATKINSON, c. T .-continued

Lord Dalhousie's journal : (expedition to Holland, 1799), xxxvI 97-108, (expedition

to Egypt, 1801), XXXVI 170-8, XXXVII 186;

edits Hanoverian letters in rebellion of 1745, xxxvn 112-126; edits Sergeant Johnston's Waterloo journal, xxxvm 29-42 his books reviewed: "Marlborough, and t he Rise of the British Army'', 1 141; "The History of The Royal Dragoons, 1661-1934", xcv 108-9; "The South Wales

Borderers, 24th Foot, 1689-1937", XVI 203; "Supplementary Report on the MSS. of Robert Graham of Fintry", XXII 36-7; "The Dorsetshire Regiment", xxv 180; "The Royal Hampshire Regiment", Vol. I, xxvm 172; "History of l st Bn., The Dogra Regi ment ", xxx 30

ATKINSON, Capt. G. F.

pictures of m uti ny of Bengal Army, n 143

ATKINSON, J. A.

Light Dragoons, 1807, reproduced, v, facing

p. 156; Battle of Salamanca, 1812, reproduced, v, between pp. 156 and 157; Suttling Booth, 1808, reproduced, v, between pp. 158 and 159; unpublished plate of privates of Scots Greys (1807), reproduced and descri bed, xvr 129 and facing; paintings by, at Windsor Castle, xvr 93

ATKINSON, J. D.

"The Edge of War", reviewed, xxxrx 26

ATKYNS, Richard

memoirs of Civil War, xxxv 3-15, 53-70

"ATTENTION-to stand at, or to" earliest use of phrase, vm 261

question about, introdu ct ion of feet togetlier, XVI 246

ATTESTATION FORMS

of recruits ( 1775), xxx 136

Au SouvERAIN place-name, r 32

Au Tm ANGLAIS

question about place-names, 1 32

AUBEROCHE, battle of, (1345) article on, XXVII 62-7

AUBREY, Lieut. Thomas

portrait (1772) described, xxvn 159, s.N. 7,

15 (reproduced), 61

AUCKLAND , George, 1st Earl of (1784-1849)

Shah Shujah, xx 65 "AUDACIOUS"

(1794), XVIII 102

AUDEN, G. A.

article on strategy of Harold Hardrada (1066) with map, v1 214-221


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AuDLEY, Major Lewis

insurrection of 1648, xxxvn 18-9

AUDLEY, Thomas

"Treatise on the Art of War" (16th cent ury), VI 65-78, 129-133

AuLDJO, Lieut. John Richardson

in Lang's Indian diary (1857), IX 93

AUSTRALIA

question about uniform regulations, xv 254

AUSTRALIA N MILITARY COLLECTORS' SOCIETY

note on, xxxvI 91

AUSTRIAN SUCCESSION, War of, 1740-48

gleanings from the Public Record Office, xxII 280-298; losses in clothing etc. of cavalry, xxv 9-10; capitulation of Ghent, xu 37, xxv 140; contemporary accounts, xxvI 117-9, XXVJI 70-8, 96-104, 118, 144-153,

xxvm 2-12, 70-81 ; Fontenoy, v 108-111,

145-6, 147-9, 150-1, VI 94-6, XII 33-8,

xv 96-7, XVI 89, XXVII 160, 163-7; Melle,

xrr 33-8, xxvn 160-1, 167-8; orderly books,

xxvm 54-8, vu 255, xvI 62; artillery and engineers in, xxvm 88 ; question about free companies, xxxH 45; Hulst, XXH 205-212; sickness during, XXII 211

"AUTHORS-AT-ARMS: THE SOLDIERING OF SlX GREAT WRITERS"

by C. P. Hawkes, reviewed, XIV 46

AUVERGNE, Count of

at Entzheim (1674), I 41, 43

AVERNE, Capt.

in Pennsylvania (1777), IX 28

AWARDS

for gallant service: examples of, xv 55-6, 124, XXII 258

"AWARDS OF HONOUR. The Orders, Decora- tions, Medals and Awards of Great Bri tain and the Commonwealth from Edward Tl l

to Elizabeth JI", by Capt. Arth u r Jocelyn, reviewed, xxxv 37

AYLETT, Lieut.-Gen. Sir William

at Villers-en-Cauchies (1794) XVII 13

AYLOFFE, Sir John

Cowdray paintings, especially siege of Boulogne (l 544), I 188, 198-9

AYSCOUGH, Capt., R .N.

at Boston (1775), VII 157

AYSCOUGH WINDOW, R .M.A., Sandhurst

history and discussion, M.S. 52, lvi-lviii, ill.


BABY, Lieut. Anthony Duperron portrait, M.S. 46, xviii, ill.

BACE, Lieut. George Alexander (d. 1855) journal of second Sikh War, xxx 48-67

"BACE AND BURR "

question on meaning, II 154-5

BACK , Capt. George, R.N. names town, VI I92

BACK BADGE OF THE GLOUCESTERSHIRE REGI­ MENT, XXIV 112-4, ill.

BACK-FIRE

earliest use of phrase, vu r 261

BACK-PLATES

of pikemen (17th century), v 188, xm 180

BACKWELL, Leigh (d. 1737)

arms, xm 232, ill.;

date of commission questioned, XIV 57

BACON, Montague

letter from (1745), xxvn 161-2

BADAJOZ, ATTACK ON (1812)

casualties at, 11 115, v 179, 181 and in 6, xxxvn 177-8 ; contemporary account, xxxv 74-5

HADCOCK, Capt. Lovell Benjamin : see Lovell, Lieut.-Gen. Sir Lovell Benjamin

BADGES including Cap Badges, Collar Badges, Helmet Badges, Helmet Plates, Shako Plates, and Shoulder Titles:

see also: Good Conduct Badges; Badges of Rank ; Identifications

for Centre Badges, see Colours, Standards, and Guidons; "Six Old Corps"

Rose used as, 11 108, 162; Light Infantry and

Rifle Regiments (1814), 11 108, 162; de­ faulters, m 65; on old fire-locks, IV 135-6, 21 l, ill.; Indian Cavalry belt -plate, IV 136; Marine Regiments (1747), vn 4; Grena­ diers of the two Highland Regiments (1747), VII 4; Fusilier Regiments, xm 125,

188; Sphinx for 1801 Egyptian Campaign (discussion of design), xm 168, 172; grena­ diers, xm 188, xrv 71 ; White Horse of Hanover, discussion about, xm 125, 249;

Canadian Exped itionary Forces (1914-18), xv 72-82, ill. ; of Officers' Training Corps, xv11 15-37, ill.; volunteers (1914-19), XVII 163-170, ill.; of possible Jamaican regi­ ment (1803); metal regimental on light cavalry helmets, xx 72-84, ill., xxr 60, ill.; shako plates, Guards and Fusilier, foreign service (c. 1829-31), xxvm 43, ill.; Kitchener's Army, xx1 124-8, ill., xxu 257, ill., XXXIll 139, XXXV 35-7, iJ J. , XXXVJ 43;

territorial infantry battalions (1908-22), xxn 57-62, ill., 153-4; unknown discussed, xxn 120, i II.; question about eagle, xxn 125, answers xxm 85; oflmperial Yeoman­

ry, South Africa (1899-1902), XXI 173,

xxxvII 187; cyclist battalions (1888-1921),

XXTI 277-280, 342, XXVII 183; women's

auxiliary and nursing services (1901-45),


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BADGES- continued

xxm 54-65, ill.; question about use of Maltese Cross, xxv 43; coloured identi­ fications in the British Army,.xxv 105-112, ill. ; (comments), xxv1 35, 165; of 1939-45,

xxv 166-175, ill., xxv 1 125-6; question on badges for proficiency, etc., xxvrn 187, answers, xx1x 188; of some Royal Reserve Infantry, Boer War, xx1x 43, answer, xx1x 140, ill.; about grenades on, xxvm 45, answers, xxvm 92, 142, xx1x 45 ; list of

collar (1847-1882), XXIX 52-4, 181; military band, xx1x 103-5, ill.; metal arm, xxx 139, xxxr 43-5, question on identity of one bearing letters K.C.C., xxx 186; about some brass shoulder ti tles, xxxr 185, answers XXXH 92-3, 188 ; of pipers and pipe­ majors, xxxn 91; scouts, xxxn 187, xxxm 186-7; some artillery , xxxm 130-4, ill., xxxv 121-2, ill., XXXVI 60-5, ill.; identity of shoulder title required, xxxm 140, supplied xxxrv 94; of South African regiment s, xxxm 162-7, ill. (correction), xxxrv 135; unidentified of Australia, xxx1v 94; of South Australian regiments, xxxv 167-9, ill.; on tunic collars, xxxv191; crescent and star, notes on history, xxxvn 44-5 ; crowns and coronets as, M.S. 47, il l. ; of mil itia regiments (Engl ish), 11 43-8, ill. (1757-1935)

xv 216-248, ill., xxxvm 46, (1798-1881 Scottish), xxvr 49-56, ills. (Welsh, 1757- 1881), xxxu 57-63, ill., 182; "Regimental Badges" (!st Edn.), reviewed, xxtx 157; "Badges worn by India n Soldiers from the time of the Mutiny to the end of the Great War" (U.S.I. of India Jn!., Jan. 1933) mentioned, XII 182

Aberdeenshire Militia, xxv1 50, ill. Aberdeen University O.T.C., XVII 16

Aberystwyth University College O.T.C., XVII 19

Abingdon School O.T.C., xv11 19;

Addiscombe Military Seminary, xxxv1 64, ill. Adelaide Mounted Rifles, xxxv 168, ill.

Adelaide Rifles, xxxv 167-8, ill. African Corps, Royal , xiv 233 Aldenham School O.T.C., XVII 19 All Hallows School O.T.C., xvn 19 Alleyn's School O.T.C., XVII 19 Alleyn V.T.C., XVII 169, ill.

American Ambulance, Great Bri tain, xxv 22, ill.

Ampleforth College O.T.C., xvn 19, ill. Anglesey Militia, XXXII 57-8, ill.

Anglo-French Ambulance Corps, xxv 22, ill. Antrim Artillery (Militia), XXXVI 63, ill.

Ardingly College O.T.C., XVII 20, ill.

Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders, xxn 154 Argyllshire Militia, xxv1 50

BADGES- continued

Armoured Corps, Royal, xxv 167, ill., xxxv1 125

Army Air Corps, xxv 170, ill.

Army Catering Corps, xxv 170, ill. Army Cyclist Corps, xxII 279, ill. Army Gymnastic Staff, xxn 204, ill.

Army Hospital Corps, xxu 204, ill., 255 Army Medical Corps, Royal, xxix 185, xxx

140, 187, XXXI 46

Army Pay Corps, XXII 204, ill.

Army Service Corps, xxu 204, ill., 255 Army Veterinary Corps, XXII 204

Artillery, Royal II 108, 162; XXXIII 132;

XXXV 121, ill., XXXVI 60, ill., 61, ill., 62, ill.,

63-4, ill.

Athletes' V.F., xvu 169, ill.

Auxiliary Territorial Service, xxm 60-1, ill.

Ayrshire Militia, xxvr 50-1, ill.

Bangor University College O.T.C., XVII 19, ill. Barnard Castle School O.T.C., XVII 20, ill. Beaumont College O.T.C., XVII 20, ill.

Bedford Modern School O.T.C., xvu 20, ill. Bedford School O.T.C., XVII 20

Bedford V.T.C., xvII 170, ill. Bedfordshire Militia, xv 218 Bedfordshire Regiment, n 46, xxn 200

Bengal Foot Artillery, xxxv 122, ill., xxxv 1

60-1 , ill.

Bengal Horse Artillery, XXXIII 134, XXXVI 61, ill.

Berkhampstead School 0.T.C., xvn 15, 20, ill.

Berkshire Militia, Royal, 11 43, xv 219, xvi

116, XVIII 124, ill.

Berkshire Regiment, Royal, II 43, xv 219, XVII 124, ill., XXII 203 ill.

Birkenhead School O.T.C., xvn 20,

Birmingham Battalions, xxr 125, ill., xxxm 139, xxxv 36, ill.

Birmingham University O.T.C., xvn 15-6, ill. Black Watch, xxu 61, il l.

Bloxham School O.T.C., xvn 20

Blundell's School O.T.C., XVII 20, ill. Bombay Foot Artillery, xxxm 133, xxxv1 62,

ill., 64, ill.

Bombay Volunteer Artillery, xxxv 122, ill. Border Horse, xxxm 163, ill.

Border Light Horse, xxxm 164, ill .

Border Regiment, xx1 127, ill., xxn 60, ill ., 202 ill.

Botha Regiment, xxXIIr 167, ill. Bournemouth School O.T.C., xvu 20 Bradfield College O.T.C., XVII 20, ill. Brecknockshire Militia, xxXII 58, ill. Brentwood School O.T.C., XVII 21 Bridlington School O.T.C., xvn 21, ill. Brighton College O.T.C., xvn 21


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BADGES- continued

Bristol Grammar School O.T.C., XVII 21, ill. Bristol University O.T.C., XVII 17

British Legion Volunteers, XVII 169, ill. British Swiss Legion, xv 123 Bromsgrove School O.T.C., XVII 21

Buckinghamshire Battalion, xxII 61, 154 Buckinghamshire Militia, Royal, II 43-4,

xv 219

Buckinghamshire Regiment V.T.C., xvn 170, ill.

Buffs, I 240, 242, IV 31, VII 3, xv 205, XVII 133,

ill., XIX 229, XX 61, XXII 200, XXIX 52

Bury Grammar School O.T.C., XVII 21 Bushveldt Carbineers, xxxm 163, ill.

Cambridge and County School O.T.C., XVII 21

Cambridge Militia, 11 44, xv 219-20

Cambridge University O.T.C., XVII 15, 17

Camcronians, xxn 153

Campbell College O.T.C., XVII 21 Canadian Regiment, Royal, M.S. 47, xxiv Canadian Rifle Regiment, xxx1v 61, ill.

Canford School O.T.C., XVII 21 Cape Cyclists, xxxm 163, ill.

Cape Light Horse, xxxm 164, ill .

Cape Mounted Riflemen, xxxm 164, ill. Cape Peninsula Rifles, xxxm 164, ill.

Cape Town Highlanders, xxxm 164, ill. Carmarthen Militia, xxxn 59 Carmarthenshire Regiment V.T.C., xvu 170,

ill.

Carnarvon Militia, xxxII 59, ill. Carolina Corps, XL 43

Cavalry Training Regiments, xxv 168 Charterhouse School O.T.C., xvu 22, ill. Cheltenham College O.T.C., XVII 22 Cheshire Militia, Royal, II 44, xv 220, ill. Cheshire Regiment, II 44, 55-6, 113-4, 1v 61,

XI 167-170, XX! 126-7, XXII 201, ill., XXXV

36, ill.

Cheshire V.T.C., XVII 170, ill. Chigwell School O.T.C., XVII 22 Christ's Hospital O.T.C., XVII 22 Churcher's College O.T.C., XVII 22 City of London Cyclists, xxu 280, ill.

City of London National Guard, xvn 170, ill. City of London School 0.T.C., XVII 15, 22 City of London V.C., XVII 169, ill.

Clifton College O.T.C., XVII 22

Coldstream Guards, xxv 48-9, xxvm 43, ill. Commandos, xxv 171-2

Composite Regiment of Household Cavalry,

see Household Cavalry Regiment Connaught Rangers, xxu 204 ill., MS. 47,

xxiv

Cornwall Militia, u 44-5, ill., xv 221 , xxv 129 Corps of Citizens, xvu 170, ill.

BADGES- continued

Corps of Foot, serving in Africa (1766-84),

XIV 233

County of London V.R., xvu 170, ill. Cranbrook School O.T.C., xvu 22 Cranleigh School O.T.C., xvu 23 Cumberland Militia, xv 221, xxxvrn 46 Cyprus Regiment , xxv 171, ill.

Damant's Horse, xxxn1 163, ill.

Daniel Stewart's College O.T.C., xvu 23 Dartford Grammar School O.T.C., XVII 15,

23

Dean Close School O.T.C., xvu 23 Defence League, Lewisham, XVII 169, ill. Delarey Regiment, xxxm 167, ill.

Denbigh Militia, XXXII 60, ill. Denstone College O.T.C., XVII 23 Deptford V.T.C., XVII 169, ill. fn. 164 Derby School O.T.C., XVII 23 Derbyshire Militia, II 44

Devonshire Militia, II 44, ill., xv 222-3, XVI 116

Devonshire Regiment, xxn 153, 200, ill. Devon Yeomanry Artillery, xxxv1 65, ill.

Diamond Fields Horse, xxxm 164, ill. Dollar Academy O.T.C., XVII 23

Dorchester Grammar School O.T.C., xvn 23 Dorsetshire Artillery Volunteers, xxxv1 65,

ill.

Dorsetshire Militia, II 44, xv 223

Dorsetshire Regiment, II 44, xxII 61, 202, ill. Dover College O.T.C., XVII 23

Downside School O.T.C., XVII 23 Dublin Fusiliers Royal, XXXII 93

Duke of Cornwall's Light Infantry, n 44, 55,

XXll 202

Duke of Edinburgh's Own Volunteer Rifles, XXXIII 164, ill.

Duke of Wellington's Regiment, xxn 202 Duke of York's Royal Military School,

XXI 189, XXIX 93

Dulwich College O.T.C., XVII 24 Dumfries Militia, xxvr 52, ill.

Durham Artillery (Militia), XXXVI 61, ill. Durham Light Infantry, XXII 62, 154, 204, ill.

Durham Militia, II 44, xv 224, ill., XVI 116 Durham School O.T.C., XVII 24

Durham University O.T.C., xvn 17, ill. Earl of Chester's Regiment, xvn 38

East India Company Artillery, xxxv 122, ill., XXXVI 162, ill., 64, ill.

East India Company Cadet College, see

Addiscombe Military Seminary

East Lancashire Regiment, xxn 60, 201 East Lothian Rifles, xxxv 46

East Surrey Regiment, xxn 60, ill., 201, 257,

ill.

East Yorkshire Regiment, xxn 59, 200, 279, ill.


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BADGES-COlltinued

Eastbourne College 0.T.C., xvu 24 Edinburgh Acad emy O.T.C., XVII 24 Edinburgh (City) Artillery Volunteers, xxxv

121, ill.

Edinburgh County Militia, xxvr 52 Edinburgh Militia Artillery, xxxm 133 Edinburgh Royal High School O.T.C., xvu

J 5, 33

Edinburgh University O.T.C., xvll 17 Edinburgh Volunteer Artillery, xxxvr 65, ill. Electrical and Mechanical Engineers, Royal,

xxv 171, ill.

Elizabeth College O.T.C., xvn 24 Ellesmere College O.T.C., xvu 24 Emmanuel School O.T.C., XVII 24

Entertainments National Service Association,

XXIII 65, ill., XXV 22, ill.

Epsom College O.T.C., xvu 24

Essex and Suffolk Cyclist Battalion, xxr 59,

XXII 279, ill., 342, XXVII 183, XL 108

Essex Artillery Volunteers, xxxvr 65, ill. Essex Militia, II 46, xv 224-5

Essex Regiment, u 46, xxn 61, 202, ill. Essex V .T.C., xvn 170, ill.

Eton College O.T.C., XVII 24-5 Exeter School 0.T.C., XVII 25

F.A.N.Y., see Women's Transport Service Felsted School O.T.C., 25

Fettes College O.T.C., xvn 25

Fife & Forfar Yeomanry, xxxvm 59 Flintshire Militia, XXXII 60, ill.

Forest School O.T.C., XVII 25 ill. Forfarshire Militia, xxvr 53 Framlingham College O.T.C., xvu 25

Fusiliers, Royal, 11 55, rv 35, vn 3, xm 249,

XIX 229, XXI 125-6, ill., XXIV 50, XXIX 52,

XXXII 92, XXXV 36, ill.

General Service Corps, xxv 170, ill. George Heriot 's School O.T.C., xvu 25

George Watson 's Boys' College O.T.C., xvn

25

Giggleswick School O.T.C., XVII 25 Glamorgan Militia , xxxn 61

Glamorgan Yeomanry, xxvu 90, xxxvm 59 Glasgow Academy O.T.C., xvn 25

Glasgow High School O.T.C., xvrr 26, ill. Glasgow University O.T.C., xvrr 15-7 Glasgow Yeomanry, xxx 139, xxxr 45

Glenalmond (Trinity College) O.T.C., xvn 26 Glider Pilot Regiment, xxv 170

Gloucestershire M ilitia, xv 225 Gloucestershire Regiment, xxn 59, 201

Gold Coast Artillery, xxxm 133, xxxvr 64, ill.

Green Howards, 201, ill., xx1x 52, xxxu 92, M.S. 47, xxiv

Grenadier Guards, xxv 48-9, xxx 40 Gresham's School O.T.C., xvn 26, ill.

BADGES-co111i11ued

Guernsey Light Infantry, Royal, xxu 204, ill. Guildford Royal Grammar School of King

Edward VI O.T.C., xvu 33 Gunner Drivers, xxxm 133

Haileybury College O.T.C., XVII 26, ill. Hampshire Militia, II46, xv 226 ill.

Hampshire Regiment, I! 46, xxu 60-1, ill., 154, 202, 279, ill.

Handsworth Grammar School O.T.C., xvu 15, 26

Harrow School O.T.C., xvu 26, ill. Hereford Cathedral School O.T.C., XVII 26 Herefordshire Militia, II46, xv 226

Herne Bay College O.T:C., xvu 27

Hrtford Grammar School O.T.C., xvu 27,

111.

Hertfordshire Militia, n 46, xv 227, ill. Hertfordshire V.T.C., xv11 170, ill.

High Wycombe Royal Grammar School 0.T.C., XVII 32

Highgate School O.T.C., XVII 27

Highland Cyclist Battalion , xxn 278-9, ill., 342

Highland Light Infantry, XXII 62, ill., 154 Hillhead High School O.T.C., xvn 27 Home Guard Auxiliaries, xxm 64, ill.

Honourable Artillery Company, xxn 119, ill., MS. 47, xxv, ill.

Horse Artillery , Royal, xxxv 122, ill., xxxv1 64, ill.

Horse Guards, Royal, see Royal Horse Guards

Household Battalion, xxx1v 84, ill., xxxv 84 Household Cavalry, xvn 116, xvm 58, ill., XXV 48, XXVI 125-6, XXVII 44, XXX 174-7,

XXXI 40, 140, XXXV 43, 83-5

Household Cavalry Regiment, xxv 173,·ill.,

XXVI 125-6, XXXV 83

Huntingdonshire Cyclist Battalion, xxn 279, ill.

Huntingdonshire Militia, u 46. xv 227 Hurstpierpoint College O.T.C., xvn 27 Hymer's College O.T.C., xvn 27 Imperial Light Horse, xxxru 162-3, ill. Imperial Service College O.T.C., xvn 27 Indian Native Artillery, xxxv1 64

Inns of Court Reserve Corps, xvn 170, ill. Intelligence Corps, xxv 168, ill.

Invalids Regiment, see 41st Foot Invernessshire Militia, xxvr 53 Ipswich School O.T.C., xvn 27

Irish Free State Army, ill. article, xvr 23-5 Irish Guards, xxv 48-9

Irish Rifles, Royal, xxr 128, ill., xxn 82

Irish Regiment, Royal, IV 105, vn 4, xv 206,

XIX 230, 200, ill., XXIX 52

Isle of Wight Rifles, xxrr 60

Jersey Light Infantry, Royal, xxrr 204, ill.


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BADGES- cominued

Johannesburg Mounted Rifles, xxxu1 163, ill. Kaffrarian Rifles, xxxm 164-5, ill.

Kelly College O.T.C., xvu 27 Kelvinside Academy O.T.C., XVII 27-8 Kent Artillery (Militia), xxxv 121, ill.

Kent Cyclist Battalion, xxn 279, ill., 342

Kent Militia, n 46, xv 227-8

Kent Volunteer Fencibles, XVII 169, ill. Kent V.T.C., XVII 170, ill.

Kimberley Regiment, xxxvm 154

King Edward VI Grammar School O.T.C., XVII 28, ill.

King Edward's School, Bath, O.T.C., xv11 28 King Edward's School, Birmingham, O.T.C.,

XVII 28

King William's College O.T.C., XVII 28 King's College, Taunton, O.T.C., xvn 28 King's German Legion, xxx 179, ill.

King's Own Royal Regiment, IV 32-3, VII 3, xm J 68, xv 205, XIX 229, XXII 200, XXIX 52

King's Regiment, IV 36, vn 3, xnr 164, xv

205, XIX 229, xx 46, 61, XXI 126, ill., XXll 58,

200, ill., XXV 174, XXIX 52, 181

King's School (Bruton) O.T.C., xvn 28 King's School (Canterbury) O.T.C., xvn 28 King's School (Grantham) O.T.C., xvn 28 King's School (Worcester) O.T.C., xvn 28 Kitchener's Fighting Scouts, xxxm 163, ill. Kitchener's Horse, xxxm 163, ill.

Lanarkshire Militia, xxvr 54

Lancashire Fusiliers, xxr 126, xxrr 153, xxx1 185, xxxv 36, ill.

Lancashire Militia, u 46, xv 228-230, ill., XVI J 16, ill.

Lancaster Royal Grammar School O.T.C., XVII 15, 32, ill.

Leeds Grammar School O.T.C., xvn 15, 29 Leeds University O.T.C., xvn 17, ill.

Leicestershire Militia, II 46, XIV 123, xv 230- J ,

XVI 117, ill.

Leicestershire Regiment, 11, 46, XIII 247, xiv

123, xv 230, xxu 59, 200, ill. Leicestershire Yeomanry, xvn 184

Leinster Regiment, Prince of Wales's, xx1 204, ill.

Lewisham Defence League, XVII 169, ill. Leys School O.T.C., xvn 29

Life Guards, xxv 48, XXVI 125-6, XXIX 185,

XXXI 140, XXXIV 84, XXXV 83-5

Lincolnshire Militia, II 46, xv 231-2, ill. Lincolnshire Regiment , xxII 59, 200, ill.,

xxv 50

Liverpool College O.T.C., xvn 29

Liverpool Collegiate School O.T.C., xv11 29 Liverpool Institute O.T.C., XVII 29 Liverpool University O.T.C., XVII 17

London Divisional Cyclist Cotnpany, xx1I 280, ill.

BADGES -conti1111ed

London Militia, 11 47, xv 232

London Regiment, XXII 278, ill., xxrv 1-10, ill., 144, 202

London, University of, O.T.C., xvu 15, 18 London Volunteer Rifles, xvn 170, ill.

Long Range Desert Group, xxv 172 Loretto School O.T.C., XVII 29 Louth School O.T.C., xvn 29 Lowland Regiment, xxv 170

Loyal Regiment, xxII 203, ill.

Madras Artillery, xxxm 133, xxxv 122, ill., xxxvi 61-2, ill., 63 ill., 64 ill.

Magdalen College School O.T.C., xvrr 29 Maidstone Grammar School O.T.C., XVII, 29 Malvern College O.T.C., xvu 29 · Manchester Regiment, xxr 128, ill., xxrr 62,

ill., 203, xxxv 37

Manchester University O.T.C., XVII 18 Manchester Volunteer Rifles, XVII 169, ill. Marines, Royal, xxiv SO, xxv 49-50 Marlborough College O.T.C., xvn 30, ill. Mechanised Transport Corps, xxm 63 Medical Staff Corps, XXII 204, ill.

Merchant Taylors' School O.T.C., XVII 30, ill. Merchiston Castle School O.T.C., XV!l 30 Merioneth Militia, xxxrr 61

Methodist Scripture Readers, xxv 168, ill.

Middlesex Artillery Volunteers, xxxv 122, ill.

Middlesex Cycle Volunteers, XXII 278, ill.

Middlesex Militia, u 47, xv 234-5

Middlesex Regiment, n 47, xxr 128, xxu 62,

ill., 203, xxxv 37, ill.

Middlesex V.T.C., XVII 170, ill.

Midlothian Coast Artillery Volunteers, xxxv 121, ill.

Militia and Vo1unteer Artillery, xxxvr 65, ill. Militia Artillery, Royal, xxxnr 132-3, xxxvI

61, ill., 63, ill.

Mill Hill School O.T.C., xvu 30, ill. Monkton Combe School O.T.C., XV!l, 30 Monmouth Militia, xxxrI 62

Monmouth School 0.T.C., xvrr 30 Montgomeryshire Militia, xxxn 62

Motor Volunteer Corps, xxxr 185, answer, XXXIl 94

Mu nster Fusiliers, Royal, XXXII 93

Muswell Hill, East Finchley, and District T.C., XVII 169, ill.

Natal Carbineers, xxxnr 165, ill. Natal Field Artillery, XXXIII 165, ill. Natal Mounted Rifles, xxxm 165, ill. Natal Police, xxxm 165, ill.

Natal Royal Regiment, xxxm 165, ill.

National Motor Volunteers, XVII 170, ill. Naval Division, Royal, xxvI 172, xxvrr, 142 Navy, Army and Air Force Institutes, xxm

64, ill., xxv 21-2


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BADGES -continued

Newcastle-upon-Tyne Royal Grammar School O.T.C., XVII 32

Newcastle-under-Lyme High School O.T.C.,

XVII 30 .

Newton College O.T.C., XVII 30

Non-Combatant Corps, xxv 167-8, ill. Norfolk Militia, n 47, ill., xv 236 Norfolk Regiment, xxn 200

Norfolk Yeomanry, xxxvm 59

North Staffordshire Regiment, XXII 204

Northamptonshire Militia, xv 237, xvm 186,

ill.

Northamptonshire Regiment, II 47, xxn 61 ,

ill., 203, ill.

Northamptonshire Yeomanry, xxx145 Northern Cyclist Battalion, xxn 279, ill. Northumberland Fusiliers, xxr 125, ill.,

XXII 153, XXXV 36, ill.

Northumberland Militia, II 47, xv 237 Nottingham High School O.T.C., XVII 31, ill. Nottingham University College O.T.C.,

XVII 15, 18

Nottinghamshire Militia, II 47, 55, xv 238,

XIX 49

Nottinghamshire V.T.C., XV II 170, ill. Oakham School O.T.C., XVII 15, 31 Old Boys' Corps, xvn 170, ill.

Old Tollingtonians D.C., XVII 169, ill.

Optimists' National Corps, XVII 169, ill. Oratory School O.T.C., xvn 31, ill.

Ordnance Store Corps, xxu 204, il l.

Oundle School O.T.C., XVII 3 l

Oxford Militia, II 47, xv 238, ill. Oxford University O.T.C., xvH .1 8, ill .

Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire Light Infantry, XXII 61, 154, 202

Paddington V.T.C., XVII 169, ill. Palestine Regiment, xxv 171 Parachute Regiment, xxv 171, ill. Pembroke Militia, xxxr 41

Perse School O.T.C., XVII 3 [ Perthshire Militia, xxvr 55 Perthshire V.T.C., XVII 170, il l.

Peter Symonds' School O.T.C., xvn 31

Pioneer Corps, xxv 168

Plymouth College O.T.C., XVII 15, 31

Polytechnic V.T.C., XVII 169, ill. Portora Royal School O.T.C., xvn 31

Portsmouth Grammar School O.T.C., XVI! 31

Popski's Private Army, xxv 173

President Steyn Regiment, xxxru 167, ill. Prince Alfred's Guard of Port Elizabeth,

XXXIII 165, ill.

Prince of Wales's Volunteers, xxn 61

Princess Alice's Own Pretoria Regiment ,

XXXIII 167, ill.

Putney V.C., xvn 169, ill.

BADGES- continued

Queen Alexandra's Imperial Military Nursing Service and Reserve, xxrn 56, ill.

Queen Mary's Army Auxiliary Corps,

XXITI 59-60, ill.

Queen Mary's Grammar School (Walsall)

O.T.C., XVII 15, 31, ill. Queen's Rangers, xrv 154

Queen's Regiment, rv 30, 209, vn 2, xix 48,

229, xxn 58, 199, ill., XXIX 52, 181, XXXIV

94, 142, 184-5, xxxv 93

Queen's University Belfast O.T.C., xvu 16 Radley College O.T.C., xvn 32 Radnorshire Militia, xxxn 63

Raiding Support Regiment, xxv 173 Rand Light Infantry, xxxm 167, ill. Reading School O.T.C., xvn 32 Reconnaissance Corps, xxv 169-170, ill.

Red Cross Society and Order of St. John War Organisation, xxm 59, ill.

Regiment de Wet, xxxm 167, ill. Renfrewshire Militia, xxvr 55, ill. Repton School O.T.C., XVII 32

Reserve Regiments, Royal (1900), xx1x 43,

140-1, ill.

Rifle Brigade, XXII 82, XXXI 33 Robert's Horse, xxxm 163, ill. Rochester V.T.C., xvn 169, ill. Rossall School O.T.C., xvII 32 Rossshire Militia, xxv1 56, ill.

Rough Riders, City of London Yeomanry, xxxvrn 60

Roxburgh Mounted Rifle Vol unteers, xxu

119, ill.

Royal Horse Guards, xxv 48, xxvr 125-6,

xxxrv 84, xxxv 84-5

Rugby School O.T.C., xvu 33 Rutland Militia, II 47, xv 239 Rutlish School O.T.C., XVII 33

St. Alban's School O.T.C., XVII 33

St. Andrew's University O.T.C., XVII 18

St. Bee's School O.T.C., XVII 33

St. Dunstan's College O.T.C., XVII 33

St. Edmund's College (Ware) O.T.C., xvu 33

St. Edmund's School (Canterbury) 0.T.C.,

XVII 33

St. Edward's School (Oxford) O.T.C., xvn 33

St. Helena Artillery, xxxv1 64, ill.

St. John's School (Leatherhead) O.T.C.,

XVII 34

St. Laurence College (Ramsgate) O.T.C.,

XVII 34

St. Marylebone V.T.C., xvn 169, ill ., 170, ill. St. Paul's School O.T.C., XVII 34, ill.

St. Peter's School (York) O.T.C., XVII 34

Schoel of Musketry, Hythe, xxxrv 93

Scots, Royal, Ill 203, IV 19-20, VII 2, xv 205,

XIX 228-9, XXII 58, 199, ill. , xxvrr 180,

XXIX 52, XXXV 35 ill.


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BADGE S-continued

Scots Fusiliers, Royal, iv 108, vu 4, xm 125,

249, XIX 230, xxm 43, XXIX 52, 181

Scots Greys, Royal, m 242, xv 159, xvi 172,

194, XXI 108, XX!I 40, 125, XXIII 85, XXIX

105, fn. 17, XXXI 44

Scots Guards, xxiv 50, xxv 48-9, xx1x 103-4, ill.

Scottish Borderers, King's Own, XXII 201, i ll. Scottish Horse, XXXIII 163, ill.

Scottish Women's Hospi tal, XXLU 57, ill. Seaforth Highlanders, XXII 62 ill., 154 Sebright School O.T.C., XVII 34 Sedbergh School O.T.C., xvrr 34

Sharpshooters, 3rd County of London Yeomanry, XXXVIII 60

Sheffield Artillery Volunteers, xxxv1 63, ill.

Sheffield University O.T.C., xvn 18 Sherwood Foresters, u 44, xxn 61, ill., 202-3 Shrewsbury School O.T.C., XVII 34

Shropsh ire Light Infantry, King's, XXII 203

Shropshire Militia, II 47, xv 239 Shropshire V.T.C., xvn 169-70, ill.

Sir Roger Manwood's School O.T.C., xv11 34 Skinner's School O.T.C., XVII 34

Solihull School O.T.C., XVII 34

Somerset Light Infantry, xXIr 59, ill., 200, ill. Somerset Militia, u 48, ill., xv 239-40, ill.,

xv1 117, ill.

South African Constabulary, xxxIII 163. ill. South African Light Horse, xxxm 163, il l. South African Service Corps., xxxm 167, ill. South London V.T.C., xvu 170, ill.

South Staffordshire Regiment, xvm, ill., f. p.

60, XXII 202

South Wales Borderers, XXll 59, ill., 201 , ill. Special Air Service, xxv 171, 172-3, ill.

Staffordshire Militia, II 48, xv 240 Stonyhurst College O.T.C., XVII 35 Stowe School O.T.C., XVII 35 Streatham Rifle Club, xvn 169, ill.

Sudan Defence Force, xxxm 45, 188

Suffolk Militia, xv 242

Suffolk Regiment, xxn 59, ill., 200 ill. Surrey Militia, u 48, xv 242-3, ill.

Sussex Militia, II 48, xv 243-4, xvi 117, il l.

Sussex Regiment, Royal, II 48, xx!! 60, 202 Sussex V.T.C., XVII 170, ill.

Sutton Valence School O.T.C., xv11 15, 35 Taunton School O.T.C., XVII 35

Territorial Army Nursing Service, xxm 57, ill.

Tonbrid ge School O.T.C., XVII 35

Tower Hamlets Militia, Royal, II48, xv 233-4 Transvaal Horse Artillery, xxxm 166, ill.

Transvaal Scottish, xxxrn 166, ill. Transvaal Volunteers, XXXITI 166, ill. Trent College O.T.C., xvn 35 Tyneside Irish, xxI 125, ill.

BADG ES-co11.ti11ued

Tyneside Scottish, xx1 125, ill., xxv 174 Umvot i Mounted Rifles, XXXIII 165, ill. United Arts Rifles, XVII 170, ill.

University College School O.T.C., xvn 35 Uppingham School O.T.C., xv11 35, ill. Victoria College (Jersey) O.T.C., xvu 36 Voluntary Aid Detachments, xxm 57-9 Volunteer Artillery, xxxm 133-4, xxxv 121

ill., 122 ill.

Wales, Universit y of, O.T.C., XVII 19, ill. Wantage School O.T.C., xvn 36

Warwick Mi litia, u 48, xv 244, ill. Warwick School O.T.C., xvn 36

Warwickshire Regiment, Royal, II 48, xxI 125, ill., XXIl 200, XXXIII 139, XXXV 36, ill.

Welch Fusiliers, Royal, rv 10, VII 4, xm 249,

XIX 230, XX! 127, XXIX 53

Welch Regiment, XXI 127, XXII 61, 202, ill.,

279, i]J., XXV!I 179, XXXV 36, ill., XXXVI 43

Wellingborough School O.T.C., XVII 36 Wellington College O.T.C., XVII 15, 36

Wellington School O.T.C., XVII 15, 36

Welsh Guards, xxv 49, 105 Welsh Horse, XXXVIII 61

West Kent Regiment, Queen's Own Royal, XX! 127, ill., XXII 203

West Kent Volunteer Fencibles, XVII 170, ill.

West London Mounted Rifles, xvn 170, ill. West Riding Cyclist Battalion, xxvn, 183 West Riding V.T.C., xvu 170, il l.

West Riding of Yorkshire Volunteer Rifle Corps, XXXIV 82, fn. 4

West Yorkshire Regiment, xx1 126, ill., xxn 59, ill., 200, 257, ill., xxv 36

Westminste r Dragoons, xxxvm 59 Westminster Militia, Royal, 11 47, xv 235 Westminster School O.T.C., xvu 36 Westmoreland Mil itia, II 48, xv 245, xxxvm

46

Weymouth College O.T.C., XVII 36 Whitgift School 0.T.C., XVII 36 Wilson's School O.T.C., xvn 36 Wiltshire Militia, xv 245

Wiltshire Regiment, xxrr 203, ill. Wiltshire Yeomanry, xxx1 45 Vv'inchester College 0.T.C., xvrr 37

Witwatersrand-Delarey Regiment, xxxm 167, ill.

Witwatersrand Rifles, xxxm 166, ill. Wolverhampton Grammar School O.T.C.,

XVII 37

Wolverhampto n Vol unteer Defence Force, XVII 170, ill.

Women's Army Auxiliary Corps, see Queen Mary's Army Auxiliary Corps.

Women's Forage Corps, XXIII 63, ill. Women's Home Defence, xxv 22, ill. Women's Hospital Corps, xxx1 90


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BADGES- continued

Women's Legion, xxm 62, ill.

Women's Transport Service (F.A.N.Y.), XXIII 61, iJJ.

Woodbridge School O.T.C., XVII 37 Worcester Royal Grammar School O.T.C.,

XVII 32, ill.

Worcestershire Artillery Volu nteers, xxxv 121, ill., XXXVI 65, ill.

Worcestershire Militia, u, 48, xv 245 Worcestershire Regiment, xxir 201, ill. Worksop College O.T.C., XVII 37 Wrekin College O.T.C., xvu 37

York and Lancaster Regiment, xxr 128, ill., XXII 62, 204

Yorkshire Hussars, xxx 139

Yorkshire Light Infantry, King's Own, xxII 203, ill.

Yorkshire Militia, II 48, 108, 162, xv 246-8 Yorkshire Yeomanry, xxxvm 61

1st Devon Mounted Rifle Volunteers XXII 119, ill.

1st Dragoon Guards, m 231, xxx 139, XXXI 44

1st Dragoons, III 240, xrv, 138, xv 57, xxm

85, xxx 139

1st Foot, see Scots, Royal

1st Foot Guards, see Grenadier Guards 1st Goorkha Light Infantry, M.S. 47 xxiv

1st Grahamstown Volunteers, City of, XXXIII 164, ill.

1st Middlesex Volunteer Light Horse,

XXII 119, ill.

1st Reserve Brigade, South Africa, xxxm 166, ill.

1st South African Infantry, xxxm 166, ill.

2nd Brabant's Horse, xxxm 163, ill.

2nd Dragoon Guards, III 233, xxx 139, XXXI 44, 45

2nd Dragoons, see Scots Greys, Royal 2nd Foot, see Queen's Regiment

2nd Northamptonshire Yeomanry, xxv 173 2nd Somerset Militia, II 48

2nd South African Rifles, xxxrII 162, ill.

2nd Surrey Militia, Royal, II 48

3rd Dragoon Guards, III 234 fns. 3 and 4,

XXX 139, XXXI 44, 45

3rd (Light) Dragoons (Hussars), m 243, XXX 139, XXXI 44

3rd Foot, see Buffs.

3rd Foot Guards, see Scots Guards 3rd Palamcotta Light Infantry, x 233

4th County of London Yeomanry, xxv 173 4th Devonshire Mounted Rifles, xxr 5

4th Dragoon Guards, III 235

BADGES- continued

4th (Light) Dragoons (Hussars), m 244, XXX 139, XXXI 44

4th Foot, see King's Own Royal Regiment

5th Dragoon Guards, xxvII 39, ill., xxx 139, xxxI 44, 45

5th Dragoons, III 245

5th Foot, IV 33-4, vu 3, xv 205, XIX 229, xx

61, XXIX 52, XXXI 185, XXXII 93, 122, ill., 188

6th Dragoon Guards, III 238 6th Dragoons, III 246, xxxi 45

6th Foot, IV 34-5, VII 3, Xlll 166, XIX 229, xx

61, XXIX 52, XXX 34

7th Dragoon Guards, III 239, xxxI 44

7th (Light) Dragoons (Hussars), m 247, XVI 201, XX 75, ill., XXXI 44

7th Foot, see Fusiliers, Royal

8th (Light) Dragoons (Hussars), III 248, XVI 201, XX 75-6, XXX 139, XXXI 45-6

8th Foot, see King's Regiment

8th South Africa Horse, xxxm 166, ill.

9th (Light) Dragoons (Lancers), III 249, XX 76, ill., XXX 139, XXXI 44-5

9th Foot, xv 205, XIX 229, xx 61, XXIX 52, 181

10th (Light) Dragoons (Hussars), III 250, XVI 201, XX 76-7, ill ., XXX 139, XXXI 44

10th Foot, xv 205, XIX 229, XXIX 52

1lth (Light) Dragoons (Hussars), m 251, XVI 201, XX 77, XXX 44-5

11th Foot, xxrx 52

12th (Light) Dragoons (Lancers), III 253, XX 77, XXX 136, 139, XXXI 44

12th Foot, xv 206, XIX 230, XXIX 52, 104, ill.

13th (Light) Dragoons, III 254, xx 77, ill., XXIX 105, ill.

13th Foot, XIX 230, XXIX 52, 105, ill.

13th/18th Hussars, xxx 139, xxxr 44

14th (Light) Dragoons, III 255, xx 78, ill., XXVIII 83-4

14th Foot, XIII 166, xv 206, XIX 230, XXIX 52

14th/20th Hussars, xxxr 44

15th Light Dragoons, m 257, xvi 201, xx 78, ill.

15th Foot, xxv 93, XXIX 52

15th/19th Hussars, xxx 139, xxxr 44, 45 16th Light Dragoons, III 258, xx 79, ill.,

XXXVI 33

16th Foot, XXIX 52

16th/5th Lancers, xxx 139, xxxr 44 17th Light Dragoons, III 259, xx 79, ill. 17th Foot, xv 206, XXIX 52

17th/21st Lancers, xxx 139, xxxr 44-5

18th Light Dragoons, III 260, xx 79, ill., XXTX 105, ill., XXXI 44

18th Foot, see Irish Regiment, Royal


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BADGES


BADGES-contif1Ued

19th Light Dragoons (Lancers), I 27, XI 91,

XX 80 fn. 25, ill., XXXI 44-5, XXXVI 40

19th Foot, XXIX 52

20th Light Dragoons, xvm 48, xx 80, ill.,

XXXI 44

20th Foot, xv 206, XIX 230, XXIX 52, 104, ill.,

XXXI 185, XXXII 92

21st Light Dragoons (Hussars) (Lancers),

XX 81, ill., fn. 28, XXIX 185, XXXI 44-5

21st Foot, see Scots Fusiliers, Royal 21st Punjab Regiment, I.A., xxx 140 22nd Dragoons, xxv 168-9, ill.

22nd Foot, XXIX 52

23rd Foot, see Welch Fusiliers, Royal

23rd Light Dragoons (Hussars), xx 82-3, ill.,

xxv 169, ill.

24th Foot, XI 175, xv 206, XIX 230, xxu 198,

ill., XXIV 199, ill., XXIX 53

24th Light Dragoons (Lancers), xx 83-4, ill.,

xxv 169, ill.

24th Punjab Infantry (1913), xxx 141

25th Light Dragoons (Dragoons), xx 84, ill.,

XXV 169, ill., XXXI 140

25th Foot, xv 206, XIX 230, XXIX 53

26th Foot, xv 206, XIX 230, XXIX 53

26th Hussars, xxv 169, ill.

27th Foot, IV 113, vu 4, xv 206, xrx 230, xx

61, XXIX 53, 105, fn. 14, 105, ill.

27th Lancers, xxv 169, ill.

28th Foot, xv 192, fn. 15, xrx 230, xxn 304,

XXIII 77, ill., XXIV 1J 2-J 4, ill., XXIX 53, XXX

40, XXXII 74, fn. 3

28th Light Dragoons, xx 84

29th Foot, XIX 62, ill., XXIX 53, xxx 40-1 29th Light Dragoons, xx 84, ill.

30th Foot, XIX 230, XXIX 53, 105, xxx 41

31st Foot, XXIX 53

32nd Foot, I 184, II 44-5, ill., XXIX 53, M.S.

47 xxv

33rd Foot, VI 135, XXIX 53, 181, XXXJV 173-4,

ill.

34th Foot, XXIX 53, XXXVJII 46

35th Foot, XXIX 53

36th Foot, XXIX 53, 105 fn. 17

37th Foot, XIX 230, XXIX 53, 105 fn. 16

38th Foot, xv 206, XVIII ill. f ,p, 60, XXIU 130,

XXIX 53, 181

39th Foot, xv 206, XIX 230, XXIX 53

40th Foot, xxrx 53, 104, ill.

41st Foot, v 25, VII 4, xm 187, xv 206, XXIX

53, XXXV! 43

42nd Foot, v 26, XIX 230-1, XXIX 53

43rd Erinpura Regiment, I.A., xx1v 50 43rd Foot, XXIX 53

44th Foot, IT 46, XVII 170, ill., 235, X IX 231 ,

XXIII 85, XXIX 53, 105, ill.

45th Foot, xxn 307, ill., xx1x 53 46th Foot, XIX 183, XXIX 53

BADGES-continued

47th Foot, II 12, XXIX 53

48th Foot, x 167, xv 71, XXIX 53 49th Foot, XXIX 53

SOth Foot, XIX 231, XXIX 53, 105, ill., xxx 35,

ill.

Slst Foot, XIX 231, XXIX 53

52nd Foot, XXIX 53

53rd Foot, XXVI 85, 172, XXIX 53

54th Foot, xm 167-8, xv 206, XIX 231, XXIX 53

55th Foot, xv 206, XXIX 53

56th Foot, II46, XIX 231, XXIX 53

57th Foot, XXIX 53, 105, ill.

58th Foot, XVIII 186 ill., XIX 231, XXIX 53

59th Foot, XXIX 53

60th Foot, v 73-4, XIX 231, xxn 82, XXIX 53

6lst Foot, xv 124, 206, XIX 231, XXIII 78,

XXIX 53, 104

62nd Foot, XXIX 53

63rd Foot, I 122, XI 175, XXIX 53

64th Foot, xxm 130, xxix 53, xxx 90, ill.

65th Foot, VII 138, xxv 93, 188, XXIX 53,

181, M.S. 47 xxv

66th Foot, XXIX 53

67th Foot, xxm 132, ill., xxrx 53, 181

68th Foot, XXIV 50, XXIX 54, xxxn 92, XXXllI

165, ill.

69th Foot, XXIX 54

70th Foot, xx 53, XXIX 54

71st Foot, xxrx 54, 181

72nd Foot, VI 135, XXIX 54

73rd Foot, xxIX 54 74th Foot, XXIX 54

75th Foot, VI 135, xv 17J , 174, XXII 299,

XXlX 54, 181

76th Foot, XXVII 42, ill., XXIX 54, 104, ill.

77th Foot, xv 206, XXIX 54 78th Foot, XXIX 54

79th Foot, XIX 231, XXIX 54

BOth Foot, xxvm 40, xvur, ill. f.p. 60,

XXIX 54, 181

81st Foot, xv 192, fn, 15 , XXIX 54

82nd Foot, xv 206, xxrx 54 83rd Foot, XXIX 54

84th Foot, xv 206, XXIX 54 85th Foot, XXIX 54

86th Foot, XXIX 54

87th Foot, XXIII 85, XXVIII 43, ill., XXIX 54,

XXXII 92, MS. 47 xxv

88th Foot, xv 206, xxrx 54, xxXI 32 89th Foot, xxIX 54

90th Foot, XXIX 54, 181

91st Foot, VI 135, XXIX 54

92nd Foot, XXIX 54 93rd Foot, XXIX 54

94th Foot, xv 206, XXIX 54, xxx 47, ill.

95th Foot, XXIX 54

95th Russell's Infantry, I.A., xxrv 50 96th Foot , xv 206, XXIX 54


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BADG ES-continued

97th Foot, xv 206, XXIX 54

98th Foot, xv 206, XXIX 54 99th Foot, XXIX 54

lOOth Foot, xv 206, XXIX 54

lOlst Bombay Grenadiers, I.A., 1 180, 232 lOlst Foot, XXIX 54

102nd Foot, XXIX 54

103rd Foot, XXIX 54, 104, ill. 104th Foot, XXIX 54

105th Foot, XXIX 54 106th Foot, XXIX 54

107th Foot, xv 206, XXIX 54 108th Foot , xv 206, XXIX 54 109th Foot, xv 206, XXIX 54

BADGES OF RANK AND APPOINTMENT. See also

Ranks and Appointments

introduction of, 134, 1 185-7; question about

Wings, I 230; gorget becomes, 1 247-250,

s.N. 7, 6-7, ill., 57; in army of 1685, xiv 7; difference in epaulettes (1768), xvi 179; Irish Free State Army, XVI 240-1, ill.; Volunteers (1914-19), XVII 165-6, 167; regulations of 1855, XVIII 131; regulations of 1810, xx1 36; on head-dress, xxn 154, XXIV 74-82, 96, xxv 48-53, 184-5; N.C.0.s (1802 and 1803), XIII 58, S.N. 6, 7, XVI 58, XIX 1, XL 1; Drum-Major's, question about origin, xv 123; crown added to regimental sergeant-majors (1809), xvi 130; Heavy and Light Dragoons, Lancers, and Hussars (1850), XVI 201; date of wearing on both arms in infantry, xvi 122, xvm 245 ; Highland regiments in 1914, question about, XVII 237; khaki drill prior to 1902, XXVIII 91 , xxx 46; warrant and non-commissioned rank (to 1947), s.N. 6, ill. (comments and additional informa­ tion), XXVIJI 91, 188, XXXI 182, XXXVI 92; Army schoolmasters, s.N. 6, 39; medical corps., s.N. 6, 39-40; schools of instruc­ tions, s.N. 6, 41; Barrack Services, s.N. 6, 41; staff officers (1767-1855), xxxI 108-9, 158-161 (1855-1939), XXX!l 125, XXX!l 165-178, ill.; wearing of aiguillettes by staff, xxxv 139; XXXVI 46, 92-3, 187; of aiguillettes for Cavalry, s.N. 7, 46-8

articles and notes: evolution of officers' (1810-1937), XVI 218-234, ill., XVII 54,

XVIII 243, XIX 50, XXVI 127, XXVIII 46,

XXXI 134, S.N. 7, 30-56, ill.

Baton and Wreath of Field Marshal described, XVI 227-8, ills. facing 226 and 230, xxxII 125; baton in badges of General 0fficers, xxm 42 ; xxx 188

Colour Sergeant, 1v 141-2, ill., xiv 29, 117,

ill., 177, xxrr 345, XXIII 85-6, 130, XXIV 50,

ill., s.N. 6, references and illustrations throughout

BADGES OF RANK AND APPOINTMENT­

continued

Crown, description of, xvi 226-7, ill., facing 230; origin, s.N. 6, 63

Oak leaves and bars on cap peaks, xxiv 74-82, xxv 50-51

Royal Arms, origin, s.N. 6, 63-4

Stars, described, XVI 228-234, ill.; intro­ d uction of those worn in Foot Guards, xxvn 142, 187, xxvm 45-6 with discussion of star generally

Sword and Baton, described, XVI 228, ill. Army Service Corps, Royal, s.N. 6, 37-9 Artillery, Royal, xxv 185, s.N. 6, 33-6 Berkshire Yeomanry, xxxi 87

British Swiss Legion, xv 123 Buffs, s.N. 6, 21

Coldstream Guards, XVI 228, 231, 233,

XXVIII 46, S.N. 6, 24-5, S.N. 7, 44-6

Devonshire Regiment, xxrn 130

Duke of Cornwall's Light Infantry, xxvm 188

Duke of Wellington's Regiment, xxvrn 188 Durham Light Infantry, XVI 234, XXVIII 188 Engineers, Royal, xxv 184-5, s.N. 6, 36-7

Foot Guards, xxvm 91, s.N. 7, 52-4

Gloucestershire Regiment, xxVIII 91 , 188 Grenadier Guards, XVI 233, xxvm 46, xxx

158, ill., S.N. 6, 24-6, 64, S.N. 7, 42-44

Hampshire Regiment, XVI 227

Horse Guards, Royal, see Royal Horse Guards

Household Cavalry, XVI 229, 231, xxx 174-7,

S.N. 6, 29-33, 64

Irish Guards, XVI 232-3, XXVIII 46

Life Guards, XVI 233, S.N. 6, 31, 32-3

Lincolnshire Regiment, XVI 227, 234 London Scottish, xvI 227

Middlesex Regiment, XVI 234, XXVIII 188 Middlesex Yeomanry, xxx 177, xxxI 87 Queen's Regiment, xxvrn 188

Rifle Brigade, xx 39, 41, s.N. 6, 21, 22, 23

Rifle Corps., s.N. 6, 6, 18-19

Royal Horse Guards, xvr 233, s.N. 6, 29-32

Royal Hospital, Chelsea, XIX 106, 109-11 Scots, Royal, xxvm 180

Scots Fusiliers, Royal, xx 47, xxxv 78, ill. Scots Greys, Royal, XVI 126, 139, 232

Scots Guards, XV! 229, 231, 233, XXVIII 46,

S.N. 6, 24-6, S.N. 7, 44-6

Scottish Rifles, xxvm 188

Shropshire Light Infantry, King's, xxvrn 188 South Wales Borderers, XVI 234

Staffordshire Yeomanry, XVI 234 Sussex Regiment, Royal, xvI 234 Ulster Rifles, Royal, xxvm 188

Warwickshire Regiment, Royal, xxvm 188

Welch Fusiliers, Royal, xx 47, s.N. 6, 20-1

Welsh Guards, XVI 231, 233, XXVIII 46


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BADG ES OF RANK AND APPOI NTM ENT­

continued

West Kent Regiment, Queen's Own Royal, XXVIII 188

Yorkshire Light Infantry, King's Own, XVII 183, XXVIII 188

!st Dragoons, XIV 139, XXVI 81

!st Foot, see Scots, Royal

1st Foot Guards, see Grenadier Guards 1st Hertfordshire Light Horse, xx1 8 2nd Dragoons, see Scots Greys, Royal

2nd Foot, see Queen's Regiment

3rd Dragoon Guards, xrn 104 3rd (Light) Dragoons, s.N. 6, 27 3rd Foot, see Buffs

3rd Foot Guards, see Scots Guards

4th/7th Dragoon Guards, xv1 234, xxvm 188 4th Hussars, xvI 227, 233, xxvm 188

5th Dragoon Guards, s.N. 6, 28

7th Hussars, XVI 232, s.N. 6, 27-8

8th Hussars, s.N. 6, 28

9th Foot, XXVII, S.N. 6, 20

9th Lancers, s.N. 6, 27

10th (Light) Dragoons, xm 58, i l l., xxx 1v 151, S.N. 6, 12, 28

l lth Hussars, xx 187, S.N. 6, 28 12th Lancers, xxvrr 117

13th Foot, XVI 234, xxx 95, ill. 13th (Light) Dragoons, s.N. 6, 28

l 5th Light Dragoons, xxx 79, ill. , s.N. 6, 13,

28

17th Foot, s.N. 6, 20

21st Foot, see Scots Fusiliers, Royal 22nd Foot, 6, xxvm 188, s.N. 6

23rd Foot, see Welch Fusi liers, Royal 25th Foot, s.N. 7, 34

26th Foot, s.N. 7, 34 28th Foot, xx 48 29th Foot, xx 49

38th Foot, s.N. 6, 22

43rd Foot, s.N. 6, 6, 21 52nd Foot, xx 173

60th Rifles, xvi 226, 230, xxvm 188, s.N. 6,

19, 20, 22, 23

61st Foot, xx 52 62nd Foot, xx 52

10th Foot, XVI 229 fn. 5, xx 53

85th Foot, xxv 70, s.N. 6, 19

87th Foot, s.N. 6, 20

92nd Highlanders, s.N. 6, 21

BADGES FOR PERSONAL SERVICES

See Gal lantry Awards

BADGES, HERALDIC

See Coats of Arms

BAG OF EARTH (1745) ill., VIII 253

BAGGOT (or BAGOT), Col. John

in 1745 rebellion, xxxrx 144-45, 149, 153,

154, 156, 158

BAGSHAWE, Col. Samuel (1713-62)

his papers, xxxvr 39

BAILIE , Lieut. Col. Thomas Maubourg

in attack on Aden (1839), m 91, 93, 94, 95

BAILLIE, 1st Lieut. George

in Lang's Indian diary (1857), IX 197 BAILLIE, Capt. William

painting by (1760), referred to, xrrr 60; drawing by (1753), reproduced and dis­ cussed with summary of career, xvn 243-8, XVIII 122

BAINBRIDGE, Pte. G.

his army of India medal, XVII 82, ill., 185, 237 BAINES, Thomas

his journals of Kaffir War (1850-2), xxn, 116-18; m i litary pictures i n his collection at Africa na Museum, xxn 34, fn. 20, ill.; xxm 31-4, ill.; on Cape Mounted Riflemen, xxm 41

BAIRD, General Sir David

portrait, II 141-2; captivity (1782-4), x 30, XXXII 113, XXXVII 26; in Mysore War (1792), xxn 335, 337; in expedition to

Cape of Good Hope (1806), vn 73, 141-2; expedition to South America (1807), xxv1 69; expedition to Copenhagen (1807), xxx

83; in Corunna Campaign (1808), xxvm

115-22, 125-6, S.N. 4, 13, 14, 30, 32

BAKER, Ezekiel

his flint-lock rifle (1800), xvm 92, see also

Rifles, Baker; note on, xx 112

BAKER, Lieut.-Col. B. Granville

origin of the waistcoat, xm 121, ill.; article on uniform, XVII 205-7, ill.

BAKER, Capt. Frederick Moffat

i n Lang's Indian diary (1857), IX 21, x 93, 96,

X1 5, 6, 20

BAKER, Lieut. Thomas

expedition to Concord (1775), xv 19 BALACLAVA

comment on picture of, xvr 109; charge of the Light Brigade, 1854; description of ground, xvrr 65; uniform worn, xvu 68, xxn 261, fn. 8, 300, xxrn 40; and clasp Balaklava, xvn 88-9 ; notes on, XIX 58; books and publications about, xx 244, XXI 62, XXll 171, xxm 42, XXIV 97, xxv 142,

xxxn 35; casualties, XIX 123; and 'C' Battery, R.H.A., xxn 260-1, xxvm 86; battalion of detachments or Provisional Battalion, XXlV 97, 146, xxvm 187; number of Russian guns charged, xxvn1 86; V.C. awarded for, xxxvrrr 144

charge of Heavy Brigade: eyewitness account, with map, XIX 98-103


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BALACLAVA HELMET-BANDS


BALACLAVA HELMET

earliest use of term, vm 261

BALCARRES, Lieut.-Gen. Alexander Lindsay, 6th Earl of

mentioned, I 20; Gen. Philli p's letter to (1777), XXVI 138-39

BALDRICS

use with corselets, xv 58, 124

BALDRY, W. Y.

articles and notes on: regimental nicknames, I 29-30, 74-5; New Brunswick Fencibles, I 90-2; Gentleman Spears, I 125; Disbanded Regiments, I 205-210, II 173-76, XIV 233-5 ;

Hessian troops in American War of Independence II 69; Articles of War (1385-1799), iv 166-7; ea:ly history of billeting, xm 71-3; 72nd Highlanders, XIII 127, ill.; tartans, XIII 246; 71st Foot, XIV 112; Sir John Cope, XIV 171-2; three military portraits (reproduced), XIV 221-2; British Swiss Legion, XIV 228-9; 94th Foot (or Scotch Brigade), XIV 237-8; order of precedence of militia regiments, xv 5-1 ; Prince Regent's allowance, xv 52-4; sortie from Gibraltar (1781), xv 144-151, with ills. and maps ; 18th century shoulder belt plates, ill., xv 184; uniform of light infantry, xv 249-50; Gooch's American Regiment of Foot (1739-42), XVI, 235-39; 2nd Battalion, 59th Foot (1804-16), XVII, 49-51; Royal Garrison Battalion, xvI 57; Dillon's Regiment, XVII 57; We1-Hai-We1 Regiment, xvrn 184; method of carrying percussion caps, XVIII 242-3; edits letter about capture of Martinique (1762), I 244-5, diary of Capt. Colquitt (1813), XVII 157-162 ill. ; contemporary account of Alma (1854), XVII 223-6; appointed Honorary Editor of the Journal (l933), XII 194

BALFOUR, Gen. Nisbett

Barker's diary (Boston, 1775), VII 93

BALL, Rear-Admiral Sir Alexander J.

convoys expedition to Flanders (1793), VIII 7

BALL, copper, at Naseby Church question on origin, xxVI 85

BALL FIRING

medal for (1822), IV 217, ill., VII 266, ill.; question about, xxm 178, ill.; answer, XXIV 98

BALLADS

see also Marches, Songs, and Tunes

BALLARD, Brig.-Gen. Colin R.

"The Military Genius of Abraham Lincoln" noted, VI 128

BALLISTICS

ill. article on primitive (1586-1610), XII 247- 253

''BALLOON-CAPTAIN"

note on term and question about, x 170

BALLOONS

used at Battle of Fleurus (1794), 11 57; question on Money's monograph (1803), III 103

BALLS

Chained (1745), VIII 253

Crossbar, half- (1745), vm 253, ill.

BALMERINO, Arthur Elphinstone, 6th Lord career, s.N. 2, 10, fn. 2; troop of Life Guards

(1745), xxxrx 151, 157; in march into

England (1745), S.N. 2, 11, fn. 1

BANDS

adoption and use of term, II 57, 87, fn. 1, 109-10, III 14-15, 1v 10, VI 72; introduction in Army and previous substitutes, Iv 50-3, 54, ill., v1 135; of Dragoon Guards and Dragoons (1766), xiv 128, xvr 30; uniform

(cavalry, 1834, 1844), XVI 193, XVIII 119,

246, (introduction of white coats and scarlet tunics), xvn 116 (17th-19th century), XVII 193-4, XVIII 116-17, iJJ., 122, XXXV 188,

XXXVI 142; badges, XXIX 103-5, ill., xxx 40-1 · early military, xvn 188-200, ill., xVIrr' 116-17, ill.; early instruments in Tower, xvm 117; first reference to 'musicians', xxr 189; employment of 'men of colour', XXII 1, ill.; Turkish influence in, xxrv 177-182; of Bengal Army, xxx 138, xxxI 140-1; of Indian Army Mounted, XXXI 41, XXXII 141-2, XXX!II 46, 187; in

Napoleonic Wars, XI 33-8

Artillery, Royal, xxm 90-97 (mounted), XXVI 58-69, XXXI 135, XXXVII 45-6; book

about reviewed, xxxrv 149

Black Watch, XIV 217 (1759), xxx 11 Brigade of Guards (state dress), xxxv 92 Bucks Militia, XVIII 65-6, ill.

Buffs, IV 32

Cape Mounted Riflemen, xxm 41, xxx 129, ill. Central India Horse, xxXI 140-1

Fusiliers, Royal, IV 36, v 140, XXVI 18-19 Glin Artillery, XVII 214

Grenadier Guards, xxx 135 Horse Guards, XVI 149

Irish Regiment, Royal, IV 106

King's Own Royal Regiment, IV 33, xxvu 43 King's Regiment , 1v 36-7, xxx 35

Life Guards, xxxv 47-8, ill. Marines, Royal, xvm 117, ill.

Northampton Militia, xx 128-9, xxm 40 Queen's Regiment, Iv 31

Queen's Regiment of Edinburgh County Light Infantry-Militia, ill. (c. 1856), v 140

Rothesay and Caithness Fencibles, VI 99 Scots Fusiliers, Royal , 1v 108, xxrx 182-3, ill. Scots Greys, Royal, m 242-3, XVI 34, 43, 125,

133, 134, 197


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BANDS


BAN DS -continued

Scots Guards, xxn 1, il l., 80, 308-12, xxm 40

Scots, Royal, IV, 29-30, v1 59, XIV 212

Shropshire Militia, XXIX 38 Skinner's Horse, xxxn 141 Welch Fusiliers, Royal, IV 110

West Middlesex Militia, v 140, vrn 210 Worcester Militia, XXIV 111, ill.

1st Bombay Lancers, xxxn 142

1st Dragoon Guards, III 231-2, xm 95, XVII 192, 194

1st Dragoons, rn 241, xiv 83, 88-9, 94-5, 132,

XVI 108, XVII 192-3, XXIX 143, ill.

1st Foot, see Scots, Royal

1st Foot Guards, see Grenadier Guards

1st Horse, pre-1746, see 1st Dragoon Guards; 1746-88, see 4th Dragoon Guards

1st Horse Guards, xxu I

2nd Dragoon Guards, III 233

2nd Dragoons, see Scots Greys, Royal 2nd Foot, see Queen's Regiment

2nd Horse, pre-1746, see 2nd Dragoon Guards ; 1746-88, see 5th Dragoon Guards

2nd Regiment Sind Horse, xxxrr 142 3rd Bombay Light Cavalry, XXXIII 46 3rd Dragoon Guards, III 234-5

3rd Dragoons, III 243 3rd Foot, see Buffs

3rd Horse, pre-1746, see 3rd Dragoon Guards; 1746-88, see 6th Dragoon Guards 4th Dragoons, III245, xrv 96, xxn 1, XXIX 18, XXX!I 87, (1802), XXXV 143, ill., XXXV!I 90

4th Dragoon Guards, m 236

4th Foot, see King's Own Royal Regiment 4th Horse, pre-1746, see 4th Dragoon Guards; 1746-88, see 7th Dragoon

Guards

5th Dragoons, III 246

5th Dragoon Guards, m 237, XIV 207 5th Foot, XXIV 203

6th Dragoon Guards, m 238 6th Dragoons, m 246

6th Foot, IV 35

7th Dragoon Guards, 111 240 7th Dragoons, III 248

7th Foot, see Fusiliers, Royal 8th Foot, see King's Regiment 9th Foot, IV 37

10th (Light) Dragoons, III 250, xm 58, xxv 162

10th Foot, IV 91

IIth Bengal Cavalry (Lancers), xxxu 141

1lth Dragoons, III 252 11th Foot, IV 92

11th King Edward's Own Lancers (Probyn's Horse), xxxII 141

12th Foot, IV 92-93

13th Dragoons, III 255

BAN DS-continued

13th Foot, 1v 93

14th Dragoons, m 256 14th Foot, rv 94

15th Light Dragoons, XIX 72-3, XXVII 90 15th Foot, IV 95, XXI 188

17th Bengal Cavalry, xxxn 141 17th Foot, IV 105, XIV 213

J 7th Light Dragoon s (1767-92), m 258-9 18th Light Dragoons, m 260

18th Foot, see Irish Regiment, Royal 19th Foot, IV 106-107

20th Foot, IV 107

21st Foot, see Scots Fusiliers, Royal 22nd Foot, IV 109, XIV 214

23rd Foot, see Welch Fusiliers, Royal 24th Foot, IV 111

25th Foot, IV 112, xrx 23 27th Foot, 1v 114

28th Foot, rv 114-5

29th Foot, IV 115, xxrr l , XXIX 103

30th Foot, rv 116

31st Foot, IV 168, XIII 62

32nd Foot, IV 169

33rd Foot, rv 170, xxrn 82 34th Foot, iv 171

35th Foot, IV 172 36th Foot, XIV 216

37th Foot, IV 173, XIV 216-7

38th Foot, IV 174 39th Foot, 1v 175 40th Foot, Iv 176 41 st Foot, v 25 42nd Foot, v 26-7 43rd Foot, v 28 44th Foot, v 28-9 45th Foot, v 29-30 46th Foot, v 30 47th Foot, v 31-2 48th Foot, v 32

49th Foot, v 33, xiv 218 50th Foot, v 66

5J st Foot, v 67 52nd Foot, xxrr 75

54th Foot, v 69, rx 245, 247, 250

55th Foot, v 70, XIV 218

56th Foot, v 70, xxvn 135

57th Foot, v 71, xiv 218 58th Foot, v 72

60th Foot, v 74 6lst Foot, v 126 63rd Foot, v 127-8 65th Foot, v 129 67th Foot, v 130 69th Foot, vr 159 70th Foot, v1 160

78th Foot, xxvn 183

80th Foot, xxxII 103_fn. 74


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image


BANDA-''BARFLEUR ''


BANDA, battle of, (1858)

contemporary accou nt, xxxII 160-4, comment

XXXIII 185

BANDA NEIRA, capture of, (1810)° soldiers taking part, xvm 109-110

BANDULA, Gen. Maha

Arakan campaign (1824-5), xxrv 115-6, 1 19

BANGALORE

siege of (1791), xx11 325, 328

BANK OF ENGLAND

ill. article on history of picquet, xrr 74-83; order for picquet (1930), xvrr 49

BANKES, Cornet William George Hawtrey in Lang's Indian diary (1857), XI 19

BANNERS, Drum, Fife, Pipe, Trumpet

cavalry drum banners, general article, r

236-8; regulations (1631/2), xvn 196,

(1751) m 228, xxvr 25; arms on pipe

banners, xm 124, 184-5, 248, XIV 60; household drummers, fifers, trumpeters,

IV 51-4, ill., XVI 80, ill., xx 147-8; Indian Army mounted bands, xxxI 41 , xxxn 141-2, xxxm 187; war banners, Foot Guards, XI 52, ill.

Artillery, Royal, I 237, x1v 1 17, xxvr 95,

96, 97, ill.

Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders, XIII

184-5, M.S. 12, xxii

Bombay, Governor 's Body Guard, xxxrr

142, XXXIII 187

Carabiniers, see 6th Dragoon Guards Deccan Horse, Royal, xxx11 142

Gordon Highlanders, M.S. 9, xi i Horse Grenad ier Guards, xvn 95, 96

Horse Guards, xvi i lls. between 68-73,

xx 149, 150

Horse Guards, Royal, see Royal Horse Guards

Household Cavalry, xvi 88

India, Governor-General 's (Viceroy's) Body Guard, XXXJI 142

London and Westmi nster Light Horse Volunteers, r 237-8

Montgomeryshi re Yeomanry , I238

North Devon Yeomanry, r 238 Poona Horse, xxxm 187

Royal Horse Guards, 1 236, xx 152, 153,

XXVIII 69, ill.

Scots Greys, Royal, see 2nd Dragoons Scots Guards, xm 124

Scots Life Guards, XVI 151, ill . Scots, Royal, xm 124, 185, 248 Seaforth Highlanders, M.S. 2, xii Skinner's Horse, xxxn 141

1st Bombay Lancers, xxxn 142


Ist Dragoon Guards, I236, x m 82, 84, 87

xx 141-2

!st Foot, see Scots, Royal

.I st Life Guards, xxx 20, ill. 2nd Dragoons, r 237, XVI 33

2nd Life Guards, xxx 21, il l., xxv 48, ill. 2nd Sind Horse, XXXII 142

3rd Dragoons, I237, m 243

3rd Foot Guards, see Scots Guards 4th Dragoon Guards, m 236

5th Dragoon Guards, m 237 5th Dragoons, 1 237

6th Dragoon Guards, I238, m 238, 239 7th Dragoon Guards, m 239, 240

11th Bengal Cavalry, xxxn 14l

11th King Edward's Own Lancers, xxxn 141 13th Duke of Connaught 's Own Lancers,

XXXII 142, XXXIII 187

13th Hussars, r 238

17th Bengal Cavalry, xxxu 141

18th King Edward VJT's Own Caval ry,

XXXII 142

19th Hussars, I238 20th Hussars, I238

21st Hussars (Lancers), I238

34th Prince Albert Victor's Own Poona Horse, xxxm 187

71st Foot, II 237, ill. 91st Foot, xm 185 93rd Foot, xm 185

BAPTISM

of a general's son (1597), xxrx 89

BAPTISTE, Jean, cymbalist painting of, xxn 1, il l.

BAR

to Campaign Medals, see Medals, Campaign to Decorations, see Decorations

on cap peaks, see Badges of Rank and

Appoi ntment and Caps

BARASET

see East India Company's Cadet College

BARBADOES

defence (18th cent ury), xxiv 183-4

BARBED WmE

note on, XIX 8, ill.

BARBER, Lieut.-Col. R. G.

at Sebastopol (1855), xix 198-9

BARCLAY, Col. Delancey note on, xn 240

BARCLAY, Sir Robert

arms of and note on, xrv 182, ill.

"BARFLEUR "

(1757) XXIX J 22; (1794) XVIII 102; (1795)

XV!II 104; (1810) Ill 149, 160


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BARKER-BARRfE


BARKER, Brig.

in Wicki ns's Indian jou rnal (1858), xxxvI 83

BARKER, Brig.-Gen. Sir G. R.

at Alma (1854), xvrr 225; in expedition to Kertch (1855), XXI 129

BARKER, Lieut-Col. John

diary, with introduction, illustrations and map (1774-1776), VII 81-109, 145-169; at

Concord (l775), xv 23, 24

BARKER, Lieut. Thomas, R.N.

in Pennsylvannia (1777), ix 36

BARKLY, Mr.

capture of Morosi's mountain (1879), xv 210

BARLOW, Capt.

taken prisoner (1745), XII 237

BARLOW, Sir George Hilaro

portrait, IX 58 and David Ochterlony (1806) 49-50 ,

BARNARD, Capt. Charles Lewyns (d. 1815) note on, xxxrr 118

BARNARD, Capt. Henry Gee (or George)

Bolders, 1806

note on, and portrait, xxxu 118-19, il l.

BARNARD, Jack

"The Hump" reviewed, xxx1x 10

BARNARD, Capt. John

in Haslerig's force (1650), II 70

BARNARD, Capt. Theophil us commission (1660), VI 23

BARNES, Lieut-Col.

capture of Martinique (1809), xx 2, 4

BARNES, Major-Gen. Sir Edward

I 209 fn. l ; career, xn 240

BARNES, Major R. Money

q uestions on .uniform, xxx 44; Sikh quoit,

XXXVI 45; pickers, XXXVI 45

his books reviewed : "A History of the Regiments and Uniforms of the British Army", xxvm 173, "The Uniforms and History of the Scottish Regiments" xxxv J 33, "Military Uniforms of Britain and the Empire", XXXVJJI 167

BARNEY, Joseph

at Woolwich (1802), v 6

BARNS, Col. James Stevenson arms of, IX 128

BARNSLEY, Major-Gen. R. E.

notes on: R.A.M.C. badge, xxx1 46· ruptures as . disqualification for Army'. XXXI 188; S!f Ronald Ross, XXXVI 94; a buttonholed Waterloo medal, xxxvn 94; the Museum of R.A.M.C., Crookham M.S. 24, xxviii '

BARNSTON, Major (d. 1857)

Wickins's journal (1857), xxxv 97, 103, 104,

108 fn. 42

BARRACK MASTER

question about, I 135, answer, VI 127 · question about uniform, xxin, 42, answer'. XXIII 130, also S.N. 6, 41

BARRACK ROOM ORDERS India, XXXVIII 89

"BARRACK SHINER"

meaning, III 102

BARRACKPORE

British memorial in, xxxm 141

BARRACKS

oriin of word, vr 137; Knights bridge, south side, Charmg Cross and Windsor, note on and questions about, XVII 235; Scotland (1719), xxn 17-18; detention in 1658 XXIV 49; Jamaica and Ireland (18th century), XXIV 105; picture of old cavalry at Hulme, and question about othe; pictures, xxx 44, xxxv 91, answer, xxxvI 94; old cavalry at Leeds, question about P.icture, xxxv 91; War of Spanish Succes­ s10n, XXXVI 58

"BARRAGE" TACTICS

Crecy, IV 56; use of in 1712, IV 224

BARRAUD, William (or Henry)

his painting of Gloucester Yeomanry (1845),

XXXVII 1-2, 1\J.

BARRE, Antoine le F. de la, Governor of Canada

the Iroquois, xxn 161-2

BARRE, Major Isaac

capture of Quebec (1759), and note on, VII 178 and fn. 15; commanding officer of 106th Foot (1761-3), XXXVI 3, 4, 8

BARRELL, Lieut.-Gen . William

mentioned, I23 fn. 5; not at Culloden I85 · death, I88 ' '

BARRELS

with fireworks (1745), vm 253, ill.; earth filled (l745), VITT 255, ill.

BARRETT, Col.

Lexington and Concord (1775), VII 99 fn.

BARRETT, J. G., and another

"Letters of a New Market Cadet: Beverly Stanard'', noted, xi, 149

BARRET, Robert

extract from book, "The Theory and Practice of Modern Wars" (1598), XI 149-156; arms, XI 156-157, ill.

BARRrE, Capt., R. N.

war of 1812-14, XIX 172-6


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BARRIFF-BATTLE HONOURS


BARRIFF, William portrait, m 192

BARRINGTON, William, Viscount

raising of 80th Foot (1778), ·xxvn 109-112; mentioned, xxx1x 96, xi, 26; on influence in promotion, xxx1x 98-9

BARRON, Lieut. Edward

Barker's diary of North America (1774),

Vll 88

BARRON, Hugh (painter)

note on and painting of infantry officer reproduced (1767), xxrv 1

BARRON, Lieut . William

note on, and in Colville's memoirs (1747), XXVIII 8

BARROW, Lousada

Indian Mutiny, XXXVII 51

BARRY, F. w.

captured flags in Royal Hospital, Chelsea, vrr 110-117, ill.; court bombardier , xx11 345

BARRY, Dr. James

"The Strange Story of Dr. James Barry", reviewed, xxxvu 96

BARRY, James

his painting of death of Gen. Wolfe, v1 35-6, ill., 186, VII 183, fn.; XV 2

BARRY, J. L.

1st King George's Own Goorhka Rifles, proposed history (1923), II 59-60

BARSTOW, Lieut. Charles (d. 1814) war of 1812, XVIII 210-11

BARTHELL, Capt. George Tangier (1680), 1 S.N. 7

BARTLETT, Major A.

Museum of Duke of Cornwall's Light Infantry, M.S. 27 v-vii, ill.

BARTON, Capt. Freeman

Garrett's Peninsular War Letters (1812),

XIII 12

"BASE HOSPITAL"

earliest use of phrase, VIII 261

BASTIDE, Ensign George

William Amherst 's journal (1762), x1 195

BASTION

term ill. (l704), IX 170

BASUTOLAND REBELLION, 1880-1881

ill. article on, with map and bibliography, xv, 98-107; ill. of, reproduced and described, xx1 107

"BAT"

definition and examples of word, v 109 fn. 4, VII 135-136, VIII 15 and fn., 20, 21,

22, 24

BAT-HORSE

examples of, vu l 97-8, xxm 106; definition, VII 259

BATEMAN-CHAMPAIN, 2nd Lieut . John Under­ wood

note on, IX 189; in Lang's Indian diary (1857), IX 96, 204, X 82, XI 12, 14, 20, 21

BATES, Capt. R.

operations in Orange River Colony (1850-1), xvm 70, 72-4

BATH, John Granville, Earl of

raised 10th Foot (1685), xm 248, xiv 4

BATH HOSPITAL

admits sick soldiers (1738), XVI 176-7

BATHURST, Earl

forming Staff Corps of Cavalry (1813), v 213; American War of 1812-14, XIX 168, 170

BATHURST, Col. James

Corunna campaign (1808), xxvrn 119-21

BATHIANI, Marshal

Laaffelt (1747), xxvn 148-9

BATMAN

note on word, vu 135-6; examples, VII 197-8 ; definition, VII 259

BATON!, Pompeo Girolamo

his portrait of Du ke of Gloucester (l 772), described, xxxr 66

BATONS

See also Badges of Rank and Appointment 17th century, XVIII 54, ill.; question on

introduction for Field Marshal, xxvn 46; full answer, xxvrr 92-3; origin suggested, xxx 188

BATTALION

discussion of term, VI 134

"BATTALION MOVEMENTS"

by Abraham James, xxxix 17

BATTEN, John, auctioneer

XXXIX 84

"BATTERY RECORDS OF THE ROYAL ARTILLERY, 1716-1859"

compiled by Lieut.-Col. M. E. S. Laws; reviewed, xxxi 162

BATTLE CRIES

See War Cries

"BATTLE FOR CRETE"

J. H. Spencer, book noted, xi, 113

BATTLE HONOURS

questions about (designation 'Honorary Distinctions'), 1 136; "Martinique, 1762, 1794", II58; note on award to regiments of same number IV 4 · "Quebec" VI 39 · awarded for 'warbL;rg (1760), 'vi 188;


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BATTLE HONOURS-"BATTLE OF TRENTON"


BATTLE HONOURB- conti11ued

"Allighur", VII 139; "Delhi", VII 139; "Las­ waree" (1803) vu 139; "Deig" (1804),

VII 139, xxn 73, 120; "Seetabuldee" (1817), . vm 207; question why "Nepal" was not granted, VIII 262; Marlborough's sieges, discussed, xm 199-205; introduction of on colours, xnI 209, xiv 48; "Beni Boo Alli" (or "Ali") discussed, xiv 169, 230; Indian Mutiny discussed, xiv 175, 236, xv 45;

Hanoverian regiments, XVIII 3, 5, xxxI 185,

xxxn 93-4; territorial battalions, XXII 57; won in India, xxxn 112; work of Alison Committee, xxxiv 26; West India Regi­ ments, xi 45

Artillery, Royal, vn 141

Berkshire Regiment, Royal, xxm 46 Black Watch, XXXII 113

Border Regiment (territorial), xxu 60 Durham Light Infantry (territorial), xxn 62 Essex Regiment (territorial), xxrr 61

Fife & Forfar Yeomanry, xxxvIII 59 Hardenberg's Regiment (Hanoverian Army),

XXXI 185

La Motte's Regiment (Hanoverian Army), XXXI 185

London Regiment, XIV 58 Lovat's Scouts, xxxvIII 61 Lucknow, Regiment of, I 184

Manchester Regiment, xxrr 137, xxx1 26 Middlesex Regiment, xrv 58, (territorial)

XXII 62

Pembrokeshire Yeomanry Cavalry, vi 248, XII 114

Probyn's Horse, xxI 58

Queen's Own Cape Town Highlanders, XXXIV 122

Queen's Regiment, XIX 49 fn. 2, xxxru 27 Reden's Regiment (Hanoverian Army), xxx1

185

Rifle Brigade, xxm 46

Scots, Royal, I 31, XI! 66, XXXII 117

Stewart's Regiment, IV 4 Waggon Train, Royal, x 249

Westminster Dragoons, xxxvm 59 York Rangers, Royal, XIV 234

1st Foot, see Scots, Royal

2nd Foot, see Queen's Regiment 3rd (Light) Dragoons, xix 1-2 5th Foot, 11 118

7th Hussars, xvi 247, xxxvm 70

7th Rajput Regiment, I.A., xxn 120 8th Hussars, xxxn 112

9th Lancers, xxr 150 10th Foot, xxxrr 112 10th Hussars, XVI 247

11th (Light) Dragoons, XVI 247' XXXII 117 12th Foot, XIV 48, XXXII 116

J 3th Bengal Native Infantry, vrrr 259 13th (Light) Dragoons, xvr 247

BATTLE HONOU RS -continued

13th Foot, xxn 226, xxxn 1.l2 15th Foot, VI 39

15th Hussars, XVI 247, XXXIV 26

16th Lancers, XXVII 176, XXXII 117

17th Foot, XXXII 44, 117

18th Hussars, xv 187, xvI 247 19th Foot, xxxrr 117

J 9th Lancers, I 27

22nd Foot, VI 39 (Grenadier Coy. at battle of Quebec)

23rd Light Dragoons, XI 91 24th Foot, VII 141, xx 226 28th Foot, VI 39

29th Foot, XXIII 46, xxxu 112, XXXIII 27

31st Foot, XIII 107, XXII 60, XXXII 112

32nd Foot, XIV 175 35th Foot, VI 39 39th Foot, XIV 48 40th Foot, vI 39

4lst Foot, VII 113-4, XXIII 46

43rd Foot, v1 39

45th Foot, VI 39, XXII 61

47th Foot, VI 39

48th Foot, VI 39, XIV 58, XXII 61

49th Foot, VII 114 50th Foot, XXXII 112

53rd Foot, XXXII 112

56th Foot, XIV 48

58th Foot, v1 39, xiv 48, 58

59th Foot, VII 141, XXX!l 117

60th Foot, v1 39 6lst Foot, xv 124 62nd Foot, xxm 52

65th Foot, XXXII 1J 7

67th Foot, XXXIJ 117

69th Foot, IX 133

71st Foot, VII 141, xxn 62, XXXII 112

72nd Foot, VII 141 75th Foot, XXXII 112

76th Foot, XXXII 112

78th Foot, vr 39 83rd Foot, VII 141

84th Foot, XXXII J 17

86th Foot, xxxn 117 88th Foot, xx 226 90th Foot, xx 226 93rd Foot, VII 141

94th (Scotch Brigade) Foot, xxxu 117

96th Foot, IV 4 97th Foot, IV 4

"BATTLE OF GETTYSBURG, THE"

F. A. Haskell, reviewed, xxxvm 2

"BATTLE OF SEDGMOOR, THE"

Maurice Page, reviewed, x 68

"BATTLE OF THE ARDENNES, THE"

Robert E. Merriam, reviewed, xxxvn 126-7

"BATTLE OF TRENTON, THE"

H. Borton Butcher, reviewed, xiv 46


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BATTLES, ACTIONS, ETC.

see under individual names

BAUMES MARCH

See Regimental Index, Honourable Artillery Company

BAUMGARTNER, Lieut.-Gen. J. R.

mentioned (1855), xxxrr 31

BAXTER, George, engraver

II 144

BAXTER, Serjeant Benjamin

career and medal, xxxvrr 141, ill., xxxvm 142

BAY, Gen. Alejandro, Marques de at Saragossa (1710), xxv 16

BAYLEY, C. C.

"War and Society in Renaissance Florence: The 'De Militia' of Leonardo Bruni" noted, XL 56

BAYLY, Captain, R.N.

siege of Tientsin, xxx1x 67, 68, 69, 70

BAYLY, Col. Z. S.

capture of Morosi's mountain (1879), xv 212-3; note on, xv 215, note 23

BAYNES, Major Henry

his service and medals , with portrai t, xxx1x 205-12, ill.

BAYNTON, Werden George Edward portrait described, s.N. 7, 18

BAYONETS

introduction, r 136, 187, 231, 11 110, 159-60; use as cavalry equipment, IV 57; nickname 'Pompey', xn 190; question about Sadler's,

XVI 61

articles on: 18th-20th century, XVIII 190-8, ill. ; comments, XIX 54-6, xix 183-4, 247, xx 59; developm ent, M.S. 48, xxxvi-xl ; carrying, forbidden off duty, XI 242; methods, xx 156; by Dragoons, xx1 107; by infantry sergeants, xxxr 32; charges with, xxxrx 35; scabbard of Grenadier Guards (c. 1685), x 64-5, ill.; in army of 1686, XIV 8, XXXIII 66; supply of (1687-92),

xxv 41; contemporary comment on means of fitting (1706), xm 184; of Light Dragoons (1756), xm 91, xvi 27; of sentries of Dragoons (1759), XVI 29; Dragoons to march with fixed (1765), XIII 92, xiv 128,

xvi 30; report on Cavalry (1788), xxIX 88; size for Heavy Dragoons (1796), xm 102, xiv 137, xvi 48; experiment in fighting with by Marines (1817), x 216-19, ill.; cease to be used for Heavy Dragoons (1828), XXVII 182

Elcho sword, note on, xrx 183-4

Plug, when in use, 1 231 ; in portrait (c. 1685), x 64, 65; described, XIII 128; note on, XVIII 192-4, ill. ; post 1689, XXXIIJ 68


BAYONETS-COl/ tinued

Ring, 1 187; note on, xvm 194, ill.

Socket, introduction, r 231, xm 129, xiv 8;

contemporary mentions (1703-4), XIII 184; notes on, xvm 194-6, ill.; (c. 1690), XXIII 76, ill., XXXIII 68, ill .

Sword, notes on, XVIII 196-8, ill.

BAYONNE, action near, (1813)

question about use of umbrellas during,

XIII 125

BEAL, Capt. H. E. (or G.)

questions on: ammunition limbers, xix 122; galloper guns, XIX 123; foreign troops in Peninsular War, xxvr 128; North Glouces­ tershire Militia, xxvm 90; Marines in Peninsular War, xxvm 142; stocks, xx1x 43; uniform of 9th Foot (1814), xx1x 44;

(answer), xxx 187

notes on: cockades, xxxr 42; ill. of officer in Sepoy regiment (c. 1784), xxxII 138

BEAN, C. E. W.

"Two Men IKnew : William Bridges and Brudenell White, Founders of the A.l.F." reviewed , xxxv1 164

BEARDS

question about discontinuation, m 203; Pioneers, regulation for (1854), xvm 132; (1856), XXII 44

BEARER COMPANY

earliest use of phrase, v111 261

BEARSKINS

See Caps, bearskln

BEATHER, Mr.

S.N. 1, 21

"BEATING THE BANK"

See Drums BEATING OF RETREAT

articles on: possible origin, xxm 119-20; in

1778, XXIV 67, 69

question on original meaning and derivation, XVII 56; answer, xxn 346

BEATSON, Major-Gen. F. c.

"Wellington: The Bidassoa and Nivelle" reviewed, x 152-54

DEAUCLERK, Lord Henry

siege of Gibraltar (1727), III 131; note on, XII 35, fn. 8

BEAUFORT, Duke of

commands regiment of Foot (1673), XIV 5; raises 11th Foot (1685), xrv 4

BEAUFORT, Baron Louis de

jackets of Peninsular War, xxxII 179, ill.

BEAUMONT, action at, (1794)

drawing of, part reproduced and described, XIV 135 to 136, XXXIX 107

BEAUMONT, Lieut.-Col.

note on (1674, 1688), xrv 5


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BEAUMONT-BELT-PLATES


BEAUMONT, Lieut. Frederick Edward Blackett Lang's Indian diary (1857), XI 3

BEAVER DAM

affair described (]813), I 182-3; Laura Secord's part in, ill., with map, 1v 8-10

BECK, Mr.

William Amherst's journal and letters (1762), XI 195, 200-01

BECKFORD, Lieut.-Gov., of Jamaica defence of West Indies (1701), xx1v 102

BECKMAN, Martin

Tangier (1680), I, s.N. 5, 13, 14

BECKWITH, Lieut.-Col. Seven Years War, xx 21 3

BECKWITH, Major E.

career, xn 241

BECKWITH, Lieut.-Gen. George

capture of Martinique (1809), xx 2-4

BECKWITH, Col. Henry (1812), XXXIX 114

BED CARDS

question about, xxvm 188; answers, xxix 45, 142

"BEDFORD"

(1762), XI 199, 202, 213, 214; (1778), XXVU

140; (1795), XVIIl 103; (1814), VIII 83, 86

BEDNORE

surrender, x I 8, XXJI 148-9

"BEDOUIN COMMAND": The Arab Legion, 1953- 1956

by Lieut.-Col. Peter Young, reviewed, xxxv1

79

BEECH, Thomas

portrait of Lieut. David Howell (mentioned), XXXVI 33

BEECHEY, Sir William

engravings after, u 142; his painting of George III at review (1800), described, xxxI 80; portrait of Duke of Gloucester (1819), described, xxXI 84, s.N. 7, 28; painting of Richard Cox (c. 1793), des­ cribed, xxx1v 181; painting attributed to, said to be Wyndham brothers (c. 1812), reproduced and described, xxxvn 183-4

BEEFEATERS

See Yeoman Warders of the Tower note on, IV 79

BELAD BENI BU Au, battle of, (1821) article on, xrv 166-9; comment, xiv 230

BELASYSE, Cornet

Dettingen (1743), xv 50-1

BELASYSE, John

Portugal (1662), xxxvrn 115

BELLASYSE, Sir H.

prize-money from Port St. Mary (1702), xn 230

BELCOMBE, Lieut.-Col.

William Amherst's despatch (1762), XI 206

BELL, Ensign

taken prisoner (1745), xn 237

BELL, Lieut.-Commander A. C.

"History of The Manchester Regiment ; First and Second Battalions 1922-1948" reviewed, XXXII 133

BELL, Major Charles Harland, 1825-81

Leribe (1881) and note on, xx1 98, 99, fn. 11

BELL, Wing Commander E. V. N.

question on colours flying and bayonets fixed, XXII 345

BELL, Gen. Sir George

age in Crimean War, xu 226

BELL, Sir George

"Soldier's Glory" reviewed, xxxv1 79

BELL, Lieut.-Col. John career, XII 241

BELL, Robert

prints of, v 158-9

BELL, Winthrop

question about free companies, xxxu 45

BELLAIRS, Col. W.

in Transvaal (1880), xxx 163, 164, 165

"BELLE POULE"

(1781), XIX 27; (1814), VIII 83, 86

BELLEISLE, expedition to, 1761 regiments serving in, III 99, v 133

"BELLEISLE" II 109

BELLEISLE, Manchal Due de taken prisoner (1744), VI 54-5

''BELLEROPHON'' (1857), xxxv 97-8

BELLEW, Hon. Sir George R.

illustrated article on military supporters, n

49-52

BELLOMONT, Henry Bard, Viscount his supporters ( 1645), n 49

"BELLONA"

(1801), XVIII 108

BELL(S) OF ARMS

Questions about, I 135; answer, I 182, IX 96,

fn. Il ; Regulations, III 228, IV 24, 25, VII 2,

XIX 201

BELT-PLATES, including Waistbelt Lockets disappearance, XVIII 131; artillery, ill. of and

question about, XX! 60; unidentified, xxvm 90, ill.; book about, xxxv 120

African Company, xxxrn 162, ill.


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BE LT-PLATES-continued

Anglesey Militia, xxx11 57-8

Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders, question about, xxn 39; answer, XXII 86

Artillery, Royal, xxxm l 30, 1-32; xxxvn 64-5 ill.

Bedfordshire Militia, xv 218, ill. Bengal Foot Artillery, xxxm 130-1, ill. Bengal Horse Artillery, xxxm 132 Berkshire Militia, xv 219

Birmingham Volunteers, Loyal (1794-8), xr 44, ill., 47

Bombay Artillery , xxxm 132, xxxvr 62, ill. Bombay Horse Artillery, xx>mr 131

Border Regiment, u 48

Buckinghamshire Militia, xv 219, xvrn 66, ill.

Caithness Legion, xvn 181-2, 234 Cambridge Militia, xv 220 Canadian Militia, xxvm 29, ill.

Cape Mounted Riflemen, xxxm 164, ill. Carmarthen Militia, xxx11 59

Cheshire Militia, xv 220, ill.

Coldstream Guards, xxu 341, ill., xxvm 106, ill., xxxn 47, s.N. 7, 68, ill.

Cornhill Military Association , Iv 206 Cornwall Fencible Light Dragoons, xxrx 93,

ill.

Cumberland Mil i tia, xv 221, xxx 179, ill. Denbigh Militia, XXXII 60

Derbyshire Militia, xv 222

Devonshire Mili tia, xv 222-3, ill. Dorsetshire Militia, xv 223 Durham Militia, xv 224, ill.

Edinburgh Militia Artillery, xxxm, 132 Elthorne Militia, Royal, xv 235

Essex Militia , xv 225

Essex Volunteer Artillery, xxxrn 131 Fencible Americans, Royal, XIX 121, ill. Forfar Artillery Vol unteers, xxxrn 131 Fusiliers, Royal, xv 184, ill., XIX 49, ill. Glamorgan Militia, xxxu 61, ill.

Gloucestershire Militia, xv 225 Green Howards, xxxvrr 161-2, ill.

Grenadier Guards, xxx 158, ill., s.N. 7, 68, ill.

Hampshire Militia, H 46, xv 226 Hunti ngdonshi re M il i tia, xv 227, ill.

Independent Broadstairs Gunners, xxxm 130 Irish Brigade, Loyal, XI 44-5, il l.

Isles (or MacDonald) , Fencible Highland Regi ment of the, xxr 58-9

Jamaica Militia, question about, xxr 60, ill. Kent Militia, xv 228

King's German Legion, xxx 179, ill.

King's Own Royal Regiment, xxvII 159, ill. Lancashire M il i tia, xv 228, 229, 230, 111.,

XVI 116

Lancashire Volunteer Artillery, xxxrn 131 Leicestershire Mili tia, xv 230

BELT-PLAT ES-continued Leicestershire Regiment, u 46 Lincolnshire Militia, xv 231, 232

Lochaber (or Cameron) Fencible Highland Regiment, xxr 58-9, ill.

London Militia, xv 232

London and Westminster Light Horse Volunteers, xxvrn 170, xxx 156, ill.

Madras Artillery, XXXIII 131-2, XXXVI 61-2, ill. Marines, Royal, I 180-1, n 11-12

Middlesex Militia, xv 234, i ll. Montgomery Militia, xxxII 62 Monmouth Militia, XXXII 62

Mounts Bay Yeoman Rangers, xxrx 93, ill. Norfolk Militia, u 47, xv 236

Norfolk Regiment, rr 47

North Gloucestershire Militia, xx1v 43, ill. Northamptonshire Militia, xv 237 Northumberland Militia, xv 237 Nottinghamshire Militia, xv 238 Oxfordshire Militia, xv 238, ill .

Queen's Regiment, xix 48-9 Rifle Brigade, xxxvr 47

Rothesay and Caithness Fencible Highland Regiment, VI 99, vm 35, ill.

Sandwich Volunteer Artillery, xxxm 130 Scots, Royal, rv 30

Scots Fusiliers, Royal, xxm 43, ill. Scots Guards, s.N. 7, 68, ill.

Scottish Fencibles, xxi 58-9, ill. Shropshire Militia, xv 239, ill. .

Somersetshire Militia, xv 239-40, Ill., XVI 117, i ll.

South Staffordshire Regiment, 11 48, xvm, ill.

f. p. 60

Staffordshire Militia xv 240-1, ill. Staffordshire Volunteers, Loyal, xr 44-5 , ill. Strathbogie Volunteers, xxx 179, ill.

Suffolk Militia, xv 241-2 Surrey Militia, xv 242-3 Sussex Militia, xv 243-4, ill.

Tay Fencibles, Loyal, xxx 179, ill. Tower Hamlets Militia, xv 233, ill. Volunteer Artillery, xxxIII 132 Warwickshire Militia, xv 244

Welch Fusiliers, Royal, xxx 178, ill. Westminster Militia, xv 234 Wiltshire Militia, xv 245, ill.

Worcestershire Militia, xv 246, xrx 62, ill. Worcestershire Regiment, n 48

Yorkshire Artillery Volunteers, xxxm 132 Yorkshire Militia, xv 246-8, ill.

lst Foot; see Scots, Royal .

1st Foot Guards; see Grenadier Guards 2nd Foot ; see Queen's Regiment

2nd Garrison Battalion, xxxu 42, ill.

2nd Veteran Battalion, Royal, xxxn 42, ill. 3rd Foot Guards, see Scots Guards

3rd London Volunteers, Loyal, X),',11 175


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BELT-PLATES- BELTS


BELT -PLATES-conth1ued

3rd Palamcottah Light Infantry, x 233

4th Foot ; see King's Own Royal Regiment 4th Native Cavalry, question, IV 136

5th Dragoon Guards, xxvn 39, il l. 7th Foot ; see Fusiliers, Royal

9th Foot, IV 37

10th (Light) Dragoons, xxm 30, i ii. 10th Foot, XXII 301, ill.

11th Foot, xrx 49, ill.

13th Veteran Battalion, Royal, xxxn 42, ill. 14th (Light) Dragoons, XI 44, ill., 46

19th Foot, XXXVII 161-2, ill.

20th (Jamaica) Light Dragoons, xxI 60, ill. 21st Foot ; see Scots Fusiliers, Roya l

22nd Foot, xr 44, ill., 46, xxx l 78, ill. 23rd Foot ; see Welch Fusiliers, Royal 24th Foot, XXIV 199, ill.

28th Foot, II 12, xx 48

32nd Foot, x1 44, ill., 46 35th Foot, xxxvm 111, il l.

36th Foot, XIX, ill. only f.p. 60 37th Foot, xxx 178, ill.

38th Foot, II 48, xvm, ill. only f.p. 60, 117; xxxv 95, ill.

4lst Foot, x1 44, ill., 46 42nd Foot, XVII 2, ill. 44th Foot, XXIX 116 45th Foot, XXII 307, ill.

48th Foot, xv, ill. only f.p. 70, xvm 186, ill. 49th Foot, XVIII 124, i ll.

50th Foot, TI 12, xxx 35, ill. 52nd Foot, XXII 75

57th Foot, xrv 222, ill., xxx 178, ill.

58th Foot, xv, ill. only f.p. 70, xvm 186, ill. 59th Foot, xxx 178, ill.

65th Foot, v 208, VT 59, XXVIII 85

66th Bengal Native Infantry, xx1x 86, ill. 66th Foot, XT 44, ill., 46, XVIII 124, ill.

67th Foot, XI 44, ill., 46, XXI 185, XXIII 131,

ill., XXVIII 141, il l.

7lst Foot, XVIII 184, 246

75th Foot, XXII 299, ill. 79th Foot, XXVII 133

80th Foot, xvm, ill. only f.p. 60, 117, xx1 123, xxvm 140, ill .

81st Foot, xxx 178, il l. 87th Foot, xv 184, ill. 88th Foot, XXIV 11.

94th Foot, xxx 47, ill. 96th Foot, xxxrv 81, ill.

99th (Jamaica) Foot, question about, xxr 60,

ill.

99th Foot, XXXIV 177, ill.

11lth Foot, XI 44-5, ill., XXXIII 15

] 13th Foot, XXXIII 15, ill.

!24th Foot, xv 184, ill.

BELTED-PLAID

disused, 1 50

BELTS

Light Dragoons (1756), XIII 91; (1788), XXXIV

152; (1834), XVI 192; in clothing warrant

of 1768, xm 240; in army of 1752, xrv 70,

71; artillery trains (1683), xv 114; (1743),

xvi 60; light infantry (1771), xv 250; Dragoon Guards and Heavy Dragoons (1822), XVI 137; Heavy Cavalry (1787),

xxx1v 151; (1834), XVI 192; coloured waist,

XXXI 185, XXXII 93, 142, xxxrv 94, xxxv 46,

139, XXXVI 46, XXXVII 142; staff officers

(1855-97), XXXII 166, 168, 174, 178;

Yeomanry Cavalry, xxxv 127, 128, 129

Bayonet : of 1784, n 150; in regulations of 1802, XIX 224-5 .

Colour: question about history, xv 123

Cross: introduced, XIV 73; for Horse regi­ ments (1727), XIV 97; disappearance of sword, xvm 131; in regulations of 1829, xx 234, 237; with pickers, xxxv1 188; with

bayonet, superseded (c. 1844), v 202

note and question about method of putting on, XIX 58; answer, XIX 185

Pouch: 1784, rr 150; 1787 for heavy cavalry,

xrn 95, XIV 134; Grenadiers (1750-70),

xm 126, xrv 8; Dragoons (1787), XVI 41; Dragoon Guards and Heavy Dragoons (1822), XVI 137, 138; (1831), XVI 189;

Household Cavalry (1937), xvi 62; ques­ tions on origin of and notes on chain and pickers, XVII 183, XXXVI 45, 188; regu­

lations of 1802, XIX 224

Sam Browne: origin, xm 243, xvi 244; Lord Roberts's mention of, xiv 54; in Afghan campaign (1879), xiv 180, XIX 184; for

carrying arms, xx 155, 156

Shoulder: question about badge in Marines,

1 180-81; answer, n 11-12; forbidden to Paymasters and Surgeons (1810), I 186; soldiers (1784), n 150; regulations gover­ ning (1768), 1v 27, XIII 93; officers at Tangier (1661-84), v1 51-3, ill.; Heavy and Light Dragoons (1796), xiv 137

Standard : of cavalry (1751), rn 230

Swivel : question about, II 152, answer, III 15-16, ill.; Heavy Cavalry (1796), xvi 49 Sword: Horse and Light Dragoons (1769),

XIV 54; Dragoons (1796), XIV 136, XVI 47;

Dragoon Guards and Heavy Dragoons (1822), XVI 137, 138; (1831), XVI 188, 189

Waist: for Paymasters and Surgeons (1810),

1 186; sash replaces, TI 48; regulaticns governing (1768), IV 27, xm 93; with bayonet, supersedes ayonet cross (c. 1844), v 202; Grenadiers (1745-68), xm 126; Heavy Cavalry (1796), XVI 49

Artillery, Royal, v 10, xxv 181, XXXVI 143-4, ill.

Ayrshire Militia, xxm 75


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BELTS


BELTS- continued

Bengal Artillery , XX.XVI 3J ' ill., XXXIX 87-8 Berkshire R ifle Vol unteers, xxxvm 137 Berkshire Yeomanry, xxxv 39·

Black Watch, XIV 217, XVII 2, ill., XVI!! 121,

XXVI 78, XXXI 86, ill.

Bombay Horse Artillery, xxx1x 90 Bucks. Militia, xvm 65, ill.

Buffs, IV 32, XVII 70, ill.

Canterbury Yeomanry Cavalry, N.Z., xxv1 161

Cape Mounted Riflemen , xxx1v, 104, ill.

Coldstream Guards, xvm 45, xxrr 340-1, ill., XXIV, 143

Earl of Chester's Regiment (Yeomanry), XVII 38-39

East Devon Yeomanry Cavalry (1820), xx 138, ill.

East Kent Corps, xvn 40

English Gendarmes, xvm 87 Flintshire Militia, xxxu 60

Fordingbridge Yeomanry, xx1v 206, ill.

Galloway M ilitia, xxv1 53 Gordon Highlanders, xv 171-2

Grenadier Guards, x 64-5, ill., xvm, 212, 217, ill., XIX, 54, ill., 65

Highland Fenci bles, 1 48 Highland Rifle Militia, xxv1 79

Horse Guards, XVI 72-4, xx 152, xXII 63 Horse Guards, Royal, see Royal Horse

Guards

Irish Regiment, Royal, xix 63 Keith 's Highlanders, see 87th Foot King's German Legion, xxxr 13

Kings Own Royal Regiment, xiv 212,

xvm 21 8, ill., XXVll l59

Lancashire Hussar Regiment, xvn 41, XL 197, ill.

Life Guards, xxrv 147, xxx 19, ill., xxxv 48

Light Infantry, His Majesty's or Royal Volunteers, see 85th Foot

Lindsay's Regiment (1694), xv 116

London and Westminster Light Horse Volunteers, xxvw, 170-1, ill., xxx 156

Lymington Squadron, xvn 40 Madras Artillery, XXXIX 88

Madras Light Infantry Battalion, x 233 Marines, Royal, xxxn 93

Militia Artillery, XXXVI 63

Nor thumberland Fusiliers, Royal, xxxir 93, 142

North Somerset Regiment, XVII 45 Northamptonshire Yeomanry Cavalry, xxv

140

Nottinghamshire Yeomanry, xxxrr 93

Prince Al bert's Own Leicestershire Regiment (Yeomanry), XVII 42

BELTS -continued

Queen's Regiment, Iv 31, 209, xvi 178, ill.,

XIX 48, XX 160-1, XL 2, i]J.

Rifle Brigade, xx 41; xxxr 33, ill. Rothesay and Caithness Fencibles, vr 99

Royal Horse Guards, xx 92, ill., xxm 155,

XX.XIX 72

Royal Volunteers, see 85th Foot Salisbury Volunteers, xx 57

Scotch Volunteer Rifle Corps, xxx1x 128

Scots, Royal, rv 30, xxvm 180, xxx 36 Scots Fusiliers, Royal, xxrx 182-3, ill.

Scots Greys, Royal, xrv 89, xv 156, 159, 162,

164-5 ill., XVI 32, 40, 43, 51, 125, 132-5

ills., 143, 187, 191, 193, 198, 201-2,

xxxn 118, ill.

Scots Troop of Horse Guards, xv 118-19, XVI 149

Scottish Company of King's Body Guard,

XVIII 89

Scottish Gendarmes, xvm 84, 86

South Herts Regiment (1850), xvu 46 South Nottinghamshire Regiment, xvn 43

South of Ireland Imperial Yeomanr y, xxxvrn 62

South Salopian Regiment, xvn 44 Staffordshire or Queen's Own Royal

Regiment, XVII 45 Uxbridge Corps, xvn 42-3

West Somerset Yeomanry, xxxll 2

Yeoman of the Guard and Yeoman Warders of the Tower, xvr 65, 244, xx 148-9

York Light Infantry Volunteers, xxx1x 142 1st Devon Yeomanry Cavalry, xv11 182, ill.,

XXXI 2

1st Dragoon Guards, xm 83, 87-9, 93, 94,

106, ill., XXII 35, ill., XXXVIII 48, il l.

1st Dragoons, m 241, xrv 98, ill., 126, 128,

ill., 130, 134, 139, XVI 106

1st Dumfries Mounted Rifles, xxi 14

!st Fife Light Horse, xxr 15 1st Foot, see Scots, Royal

1st Foot Guards, see Grenadier Guards

1st Hertfordshire Light Horse, xxr I, 8, 9 1st Huntingdonshire Mounted Rifles, xx1 10 1st Lancashire Mounted Rifles, xxr 11

!st Norfolk Light Horse, xxr 12

1st Northamptonshire Mounted Rifles, xxr 13 1st Surrey Light Horse, xx1 14

1st West Yorkshire Regiment (Yeomanry), XVII 47

2nd Bombay Light Cavalry, XXVII 106, ill. 2nd Dragoon Guards, XIII 86, 97-100

2nd Dragoons, see Scots Greys, Royal 2nd Foot, see Queen's Regiment

3rd Dragoon Guards, rn 235, xm 103, XXVI 84


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BELTS-BENSON


BELT S-continued

3rd (Light) Dragoons, m 244, XlV 95, XVI 127-8, XX! J 74, XXVI 44, ill.

3rd Foot, see Buffs

3rd London Volunteers, Loyal, xxrr 175, ill. 3rd Palamcottah Light Infantry, x 233

4th Dragoon Guards, m 236, xx1v 93, xxxv

143-4, ill.

4th Foot, see King's Own Royal Regiment 5th Devonshire Mounted Rifles, xxr 6 5th Dragoons, III 245

5th Foot, XXXVI 1, ill.

6th Devonshire Mounted Rifles, xxr 6 6th Dragoon Guards, xxrv 93

6th Dragoons, XIV 85, xv 163, XIX 64, ill.,

XXVI 88

7th Dragoon Guards, III 240, xxx 123

7th (Light) Dragoons, III 247-8, xxrr 252, ill., XXV 117, ill., XXX 77, ill., XXXVI 14, 16,

XXXIX 18

8th (Light) Dragoons (Hussars), III 248, IV 22, XIII 240, ill., 241, XIV 90, XVlll 22, ill.,

XXII 43, XXX 6, ill., 143

9th Dragoons (Lancers) III 250, xv 50, XX 136-7, XXV 95, ill., XXVII 116

10th (Light) Dragoons (Hussars), xm 55, XXV J 16, XXVII 47, ill., XXX 78, ill., XXXI 48, ill., XXXIII 47, ill., XXXIV 151, ill., XXXVII

184, ill.

11th (Light) Dragoons (Hussars), m 252,

xx 188

12th (Light) Dragoons (Lancers), XXII 264, ill.

13th Foot , IV 93, XVII 247, xxx 95, ill.

14th (Light) Dragoons, III 256, XIV 211, XXVIII 84, ill., XXIX 37

15th (Light) Dragoons (Hussars), III 257, XVI 159, 166, XVII 8, ill., XIX 70, 72, ill.,

XX 44, XX! 172, XXV 135, XXVII 48, ill.,

xxx 79, ill.

16th Light Dragoons (Lancers), xxr 187, XXXVI 32, 33, ill.

17th Light Dragoons (Lancers), m 258-9, XIV 211, XXIII 122, XXVI 131, XXIX 39, 62, ill.

18th Light Dragoons, m 260

18th Foot, see Irish Regiment, Royal 20th Light Dragoons, xxxvIT 184, ill. 20th Foot, rv 107

21st Foot, see Scots Fusiliers, Royal 21st Punjab Regiment, I.A., xxx, 140 24th Punjab Infantry, I.A., xxx 141

25th Foot, IV 112, XVI 147, 148, xvm 126, ill.,

XIX 28, 29, ill.

25th Light Dragoons, xx 243 27th Foot, iv 114

30th Foot, II 11, XVII 70, ill.

32nd Foot, iv 169

BELTS -continued

33rd Foot, IV 170, XXIll 83 37th Foot, IV 173

44th Foot, v 29

46th Foot, xrv 218 47th Foot, v 31

49th Foot, XVIII 222, ill. 50th Foot, v 66

52nd Foot, xxn 75, xxm 177, xxx 133 56th Foot, XXVIII 87

61st Foot, xxm 78, ill., xxxvn 42 67th Foot, v 130

68th Foot, v 131, XVII 134, ill., XVIII 129, ill. 78th Foot, XL 88, ill.

79th Foot, XXII 214

80th'Foot, XXI 123, XXVII 158, ill.

81st Foot, VI 162, xv 180

85th Foot, VI 162, xxv 69, XXXVI 76, ill. 87th Foot , XXXI 95, ill., XL 86, i ll.

90th Foot, v 202, ill. 93rd Foot, xxxrv 36 94th Foot, xxx 1, ill.

!19th Foot, XVII 64, ill.

BENBOW, Admiral Joh n

views on tactics in the West Indies, xxrv

101-2; against Ducasse, xxiv 104; in

West Indies (1701), xxiv 184

BENDYSHE, Major-Gen. Richard (d. 1777) notes on, xxxrv 27; mentioned , xxxv 18

"BENJAMIN", transport (1702), XXIV 186

BENJAMIN, Andrew

book on Grenadiers' drill (1744), x 168-9

BENFIELD, Paul

activities in Madras (c. 1781), III 270-272 "BENGAL MUTINY"

by George Dangerfield, reviewed, XII 183

BENGAL PRESIDENTIAL ARMY

format ion, xxxrv 97 and 98

BENI-Boo-Au. See Belad Beni bu Ali, battle of BENINGFlELD, Thomas T.

question about identity, III 202; answer,

IV 20

BENNET, Col. Sir Humphrey

note on and in Atkyns' memoirs, xxxv

54 and fn. 68

BENNET, Lieut. Lewis Moore Fort Bowyer (1815), vm 227

BENSON, Col.

First Sikh War (1845), XIII 45

BENSON, George Sackville

Lang's Indian diary (1857), x 139

BENSON, Ralph (d. 1845)

note on, XXVI 39


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BENT, Capt. George

article on, I 15-20, 98- 104

BENT, Major Morris

article on Capt. George Bent, rI5-20, 98-104

BENTINCK, General Lord William

Corunna Campaign (1808), xxvm 109-IIO.

III

BEREA MOUNTAIN, South Africa, action at

(J 852), ill. article on with map, xrv 33-45 uniform worn at, xx1 148, XXXVIII 135;

dispute concerning, xxu 89; contemporary map, with commentary, xxxm 13-14

BERENGER, C. R. de

paintings at Windsor Castle, XVI 93

BERESFORD, Capt. Lord Charles, R.N. Nile campaign (1884-5), xxxvn 29

BERESFORD, Lieut. George de la Poer Fort named after, XI 97

BERESFORD, General William Carr, 1st Viscount Corunna (1809), s.N. 4, 30; Buenos Aires

(1806), H 106, III 3, 62-3; with Portuguese

Army (1809-14), xxvn 52; Alexander de Roverea's letters, xxxv 74-5

BERGEN-OP-ZOOM

Siege of (1622), xrn 124-5; (1747), xxn

210-11, XXVII 118, 150, 152-3, XXVIII 2-3, 4,

5, 6; colours of 55th Foot at, (1814), vn

201-204; colours lost at, XIV 121

BERGIN, Pte.

Abyssinian campaign (1868), xxxvm 148-9

BERKELEY, Col. Charles Assheton Fitz­ Hardinge

Lang's Indian diary (1857), XI 6

BERKELEY, General Sir George career, XII 241

BERKELEY, Lieut. Maurice Frederick Fitz­ hardinge, R.N.

See Fitzhardinge, Baron

BERKELEY, Admiral the Hon. George Cranfield Naval Brigade, Portugal (1810), m 149, 150,

160

BERKELEY, John, 3rd Lord, of Stratton (d. 1697) arms, XIII 141-2, ill., and facing

BERMUDAS, The

plan for defence of, with introduction and map (1780), v1 1-5

BERNADOTTE, tv1arshal

English Rocket Brigade, x11 I86

BERNARD, Francis

capture of St. John's, Newfoundland (1762), XI 187, 189

BERNARD, Gen. George

information about portrait requested, v 208

BERNER, Capt.

Brunswick rifle, XIII 130, 131

BERRIDGE, John

portrait of Major Harrison (c. 1780), discussed, XXIV 144

BERRow, Capt. R. J.

public and regimenta l museums, M.S. 49, xii-xiii

BERRY, Col. James

his regiment (1650-1660), 11 70-73

BERRY, Ad miral Sir John

S.N. 1, 12; Tangier ( 1683), VI 51, 53

BERWICK, Duke of

Almanza (1707), xxv 147-8, 152, 156, 159;

Hawley's Life and Diary, xxv 151, 155

BERWICK-UPON-TWEED AND HOLY ISLAND

establishm ent (1661), IX 214, 217

BEST, Lieut.

capture of Morosi's mountai n (1879), xv 210

BEST, Capt. Henry White

Lang's Indian diary (1857), x 90

BETHUNE, siege of, (1710)

casualties and regiments, xm 204, xx1v 86; contemporary account, xx1x 101

"BETSEY CAIN", transport

(1811, 1812), xxv1 150 (ship used for transporting rocket ammunition)

BETWA, battle of (1858) notes on, XIV 236, xv 45

BEVAN, Lieut.-Col. Charles

suicide (1811), v 186, xxxv 23, 34 fn. 38;

Almeida (181l), xxxv 30, 32

BHARUCHA, Major P. C.

"The North African Campaign, 1940-43" reviewed, xxxvI 96

BHURTPUR (or Bh urtpore), Fortress of

assaults on (1805), VII 139, xxix 59-61 ;

(1804), x 49; (1826), prize money from,

XII 230

BHUTAN EXPEDITION, 1865-6

contemporary letters about, xix 45-7

BHYROWAL, Treaty of (1846) article on, XII 39-44

BIBLE, The

question on introduction in Army, IV 21; distributed by Cromwell, XXXIII 5, 6;

Soldier's Pocket Bible (1693), xxxm 6-7

BICKERTON, Lieut. Henry praise of (1745), xxv1 38

BICKERTON, Vice-Admiral Sir Richard convoys East India fleet (1782), XI 248

BIDASSOA, crossing of (1813)

contemporary account, xxxrv 156, 169-170

BIDDULPH, Lieut.-Col. George

Sutlej Campaign (1845), XIII 42, 44; his escape and life, xm I17-18; in Lang's Indian diary (1857), x 142


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BIDDULPH, Brig.-Gen. H.

articles: army purchase, xn 221-233; cavalry in the Peninsula, xix 53; Shah Shujah's Force, xx 65-71 ; last survivor of Bengal Artillery, xx 120; battle of Buxar (1764),

xx 174; flogging, xx I78; expedition to Kertch (1855), xx1 128-135; Maharajpore and Punnia r stars, xxn 38 ; battle of Deig ( 1804), xxn 71-3, xxv 136; local forces in Mahratta and Pindarri Wars (1817-19), xxn 120-2; R.E. officers serving in India before 1857, XX!l 344; staff for R.E. Services, xxv1 35; medal of officer, 80th Foot (c. 1825), xxvrn 140; Waterloo medal, M.S. 9, ix

note on George Biddulph, xm I17-18

edits : Capt. R. Biddulph's memorandum after Indian Mutiny, XVlll 11-15; con­ tempora ry letters on American Civil War, xvrn 38-40; contemporary letters on Egyptian Campaign of 1882, xvrn 77-9; Lieut. Robert Biddulp h's letter on battle of Tchernaya (1855), xvrn 133-4; con­ tempora ry letters on Umbeyla Campaign (1863) and Bhutan exped ition (1865-6), xix 34-47; letter on batt le of Tel-el-Kebir (1882), xrx 160-2 ; letter on fall of Sebasto­ pol (1855), xix 197-9; Lieut. Robert Biddu lph's letters on assault on the Redan (1855), XX! 52-4

prints letters from Lord Wolseley to Col. Biddulph (1864), xvm 240-1; (1861-2), xix 112-17; on photo of Sir John Campbell , xvm 242; on last use of bow, xvm 246

BIDDULPH, Gen. Sir M. A. S.

i n Crimean War (1855), xxr .1 29

BIDDULPH, Gen. Sir Robert

kit list (1854), xm 176; letters on battle of Tchernaya (1855), xvrn 133-4, fall of Sebastopol (1855), xix 197-9, assault on the Redan (1855), xx1 52-4, expedition to Kertch (1855), xxr 128-35, capture of Lucknow (1858), xv 176-8; letters to, from Wolseley (1861-2), XIX 112-17; (1864),

xvm 240-1, Brig.-Gen. Goodenough, (1882), xix 160-2; his memorand um on European Army in India after the Mutiny, xvm 11-15; Kitchener and the bombard ­ ment of Alexandria (1882), xvm 228-234

BIDDULPHSBERG, engageme nt at (1900) described, xx1v 176-7

BIDWELL, Lieut. G. D. B.

siege of Tientsin, xxxrx 67 fn. 7

"BIG SAM", of the Sutherland Fencibles note on, xm 248

BILLENDEN, Lieut. William

Colville's memoirs (1747), xxvrr 104

BIDDULPH-BLACK


BILLETING

history (17th century), xm 71-3; procedure (i685-8), XXIX 69-70, 72, 73-4, 77, 79, 80,

81-2; in 18th century, XXXIV 86-9, XXVI 58; in 1740's, xxn 282; charges in 1876, xxv 133

BILLINGE, William ( 1679- 1791)

note on, I129

BINGHAM, Lieut.

Lang's Indian diary (1857), IX 97, 194, XI 21

BINGHAM, Lieut.-Col. Sir George R.

letters on Peninsu lar War (1809-10, 1812-13), xxvr 106-11l , Garrett's letters (1813), Xlll 14

BINNING, Capt. Thomas

author of "A Light to the Art of Gunnery" (1675), extracts from, vm 146

BINNS, Lieut.-Col. P. L.

sabretaches, xvm 184; picture of Life Guards (c. 1830), xi, 167·8, ill.; note on fashions from Ramillies, xvm 121

BIRCH, Col. R. J. H.

letter on the siege-train to Delhi (1857), x 16; at Sitapore (1857), xm 78

BIRCH, Lieut.-Col. Samuel Boston (1775), vn 146 fn.

BIRD, Lieut.-Col. John (15th) death (1777), IX 32

BIRD, Col. William

question about his army (1760), vn 139, answer, vu 1 76

BIRNIE, Ensign Alexander

York Light Infantry Volunteers, xxx1x 141

BISHOP, Capt., R. N. (1775), II 66

BISHOP, H. P.

Lang's Indian diary (1857), x1 1, 10

BISHOP, Matthew

account of Marlborough's campaign s, xxm 157-169, xxvm 155, XXIX 98, 120

BISHOP, Mrs. William Louis Mosheim Gray's Indian diary (1857), x 3

BISLEY

National Rifle Associa tion moves to, n 104; sling used at, xx 112

BISSET, Gen. Sir J. J.

volunteer in Kaffir war (1834-5), xn 223

BISSHOPP, Lieut.-Col. Cecil

in war of 1812, xvm 206-7, with note on career

BLACK, Capt. James career, xxxiv 59, fn . 6


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"BLACK BELT"-'"BLIGH"


"BLACK BELT"

question on meaning, xv 254, answer, xvi 123

"BLACK CAP SOLDIER"

question about, r 180, answer, vn 266

BLACK JACK

question on drinking vessel, XXXIX 166

"BLACK MUSQUETEERS"

question about, II 58, answers, n 157, XVII 58

"BLACK OF KlRCALDIE" (1710), xxv 55

"BLACK PRINCE'', transport (1762), XI 203

BLACKBURNE, Rev . H. c.

question on motto of R.M.C., xxrv 207

BLACKER, Lieut.-Col. L. V. S.

"Elephant Battery", xxxn 46

BLACKMAN, Major M . J. D'A.

Sherwood Foresters' museum, M.S. 5, xxxi-xxxii

BLACKMORE, Lieut.-Col.

commission (1648), v1 18; Hamil ton's trial, VI 19; knighted and as sheriff of Devon­ shire, VI 21; relations with Parliament (1660), VI 22; unlikely to have been gover­ nor of St. Helena, VI 23

BLACKMORE, H. L.

marking of volunteer arms, xx1x 87; "British Military Firearms, 1650-1850", reviewed, XXXIX 160

BLACKNESS CASTLE

state of Company (1738), IX 181

BLACKWELL, Capt.

mentioned, VI 17; resignation (1648), v1 18

BLAGDON, Edward (1788-1806)

memoir reviewed, XI 78

BLAIR, Claude

"European and American Arms, c. 1100- 1850" reviewed, xl, 173

BLAiR CASTLE

siege of (1746) I 179

BLAIR, William

North British Volunteers, vn 260; note on life, VII 260-261

BLAKE, Gen. D. Joaquin

Spain and Portugal (1811), v 185

BLAKE, Brig. Gen.

defence of Hampden, xix 173-5

BLAKE, Capt. Arthur

portrait (c. 1769), (referred to), xxrx 96

BLAKENEY, Field Marshal Sir Edward

in Peninsular War (1813), xm 13; presents colours to 7lst Foot (1837), n 139

BLAKENEY, Lieut. Gen. William (1672-1761) commands in Stirling Castle (1746), s.N.

2, 37, fn. 4, 1v 131, VI 15; portrait (note on), VI 11, (reproduced), VI 12; medal worn, VI 14-16; siege of Minorca (1756), XXVIII 133, 134, fn. 7, XXIX 111, 115;

verse about, xxvm 186; note on, xxvI 120, fn. 19

BLAND, Gen. Humphrey (d. 1763)

against Prince Charles, s.N. 2, 49, fn. 2, 50,

fn. 2, 51, fn. 1, XXIV 22, 24-6, 28 , XXXIX 55;

Dettingen (1743), vn 265; Colville's

memoirs (1747), xxvn 75 note on, xxrv 22, fn. 31

BLAND, John (d. 1715)

suggested arms, xm 25, ill.; question about armorial bearings, xm 62

BLANE, Col. R.

photo in Crimean War, XVII facing 66, 69

BLANKETS, WHITE

question on use (1813), xix 123 BLANSHARD, Capt. Thomas

expedition against New Orleans (1814-15),

VIII 83, 88, 165, 221, 226

BLATHWAYT, William

biography by Gertrude Ann Jacobsen reviewed, xn 181; letters on administration of army (1685-88), XXIX 69-84; constitu­ tional position and activities, xxxvr 165-7, XXXVI!l 4-8

BLAYNEY, Lord

letter on shipwreck (1806), xxx 26

BLELAK, Col.

1745 rebellion, s.N. 2, 43

BLENCOWE, H. A.

questions on: cap badges, xxv 93; flares on grenades, xxvm 45

"BLENHEIM"

(1797), xvm 105-6

BLENHEIM, batt le of (1704)

question about 15th Foot at, I 180, answer to, II 159; casualties in lngoldsby's Regiment, v 74-81; prints of, xn 100, fn . 2; contemporary letters about, xv 85-6, xxxvn 148-9; colours taken at, xv 120-1; allied casualties, xx1 90; trophies taken at, XXVI 45; Blenheim bounty, XXXVI 57

BLENKINSOP, Major

Orange River Sovereignty (1848-50), xvm 70-1

BLEW AND ORANGE, Society of

See Blue and Orange

"BLIGH, Capt."

portrait by Reynolds described and re­ produced, xxx 7


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BLIGH-"BONAPARTE'S ADVENTURE IN EGYPT"


BLIGH, Lieut .-Gen. Thomas

mentioned, I23, fn. 8; Colville's memoirs (1747), xxvII 152, xxvm 77, 78; Todd's

journal (1758), XXIX 124, !26-7

note on, xxvn 75, fn. 26; at Melle (1745), XXVII 168

BLIGH, Capt. William, R.N.

governor of New South Wales (1806-9), XIII 137-8

BLOOMFIELD, Lieut-Gen. H. K.

portrait, xrx 49, ill. BLOOMFIELD, Major J. A.

pioneer in army cyclists, xxxvm 43

BLUCHER, Marsha l Gebhard Leberecht von Waterloo, xiv 162

BLUE AND ORANGE, Loyal and Friendly Society of the

badge, VI 13-14, ill., 186-7, 201, ill.; history,

constitution and references to, with ills., VI 199-214; mentioned in Barker's diary (1775), Vil 92-93, 94

"BLUE EYED LASS" (1815), XXVI 150

BLUNT, Cornet

Villers-en-Cauchies (1794), XVII 13

BoADE, Major

military experience (17th century), XIV 5

"BOADICEA"

(1810), JI 159, XVII! llO ; (1816), XVI! 51, 52

BoAo, 2nd Lieut. D. H.

essay on Bearskin Grenadier Cap (1677- 1956), Museum Supplement 30, xix-xxiv, ill.

BOAG, Capt. James career, III 54

BOAG, Lieut.-Col. J. H .

Museum of Norfolk Yeomanry, M.S. 5, xxv

BOARD FOR TAKING OF FLATS (1745), VIII 253, ill.

BOEM PLAATS, action at, 1848

See Boomplaats

BOER WAR, 1880-1

action at Majuba , XVI, 9-12

BOER WAR, 1899-1902

battle of Magersfonte in (1899), xx 198-200; transport and rations in (1900), xxn 170; commando system in, xxm 34-8; engage­ ment at Biddulphsberg (1900), xx1v 176-7; rifles used in, xx1x 32-3; mounted infantry in, note on and question about, xxxrv 93

BOGLE, Lieut. Andrew Hugh

Lang's Indian diary (1857), XI 19

BOGUE, Capt. Richard

cornmands Rocket Brigade at Leipzig (1813), XII 186

BOILEAU, Lieut. Charles

Lang's Indian diary (1857), IX 196, 199, 202,

207, 210-211, 212, x 73

BOILEAU, Col. D. W.

questions on: Huguenot regiments, xxxn 188; Launingen (1704), xxxlII 45; Kabul

(1842), XXXIII 140

BOILEAU, Lieut.-Col. Francis Burton

portrait, Ix 10; Lang's Indian diary (1857), IX 13, 16, 82, 85, 94

BOILEAU, Lieut. Francis William

portrait, IX 10; Lang's Indian diary (1857), IX ll, 74, 82, 85, 86, 88, 89, 209, 212

BOLINGBROKE, Henry, 1st Viscount Secretary at War (1704), xxxvm 8

BOLTON, Sir George

designs lock, xxxm 110, xxxv 89

BOLTON, Admiral Harry, 6th Duke of

in East Indies expedition (1748), m 214

BOLTON, Reginald Pelham, and another "History written with Pick and Shovei"

reviewed, xx1x 85

BOLTON, Capt. Samuel death, 176

BOMARSUND, Island of

attack against (1854), II 109

BOMB

on how to manufacture, history, xrr 56-7

BOMB VESSELS

in Mediterranean (1744), III 20-21, 58-9

BOMBAY

expedition against (1662), vn 140; occupied

by British (1664-1665), vu 140-141; ceded to East India Co. (1667), vn 141

"BOMBAY", frigate (1804), VIII 206

BOMBAY ARMY

article on materials for history, x 155-161, 218, 220-22

BOMBER "BOMBER"

question on saluting in 18th century, x 249

Borns

(1745), ill., VIII 253

BOMLIE, Major

at Tangier (1680), s.N. 1, 12

"BONAPARTE'S ADVENTURE IN EGYPT"

Lieut. Col. P. G. Elgood, reviewed, XI 38-40


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BOND-BOOTS


BOND, Martin

his monum ent (1643), ill., iv facing p. 65 (described), 1v 148

"BONETTA"

(1742), xxxv 94

BONHAM, Lieut.-Gen. Pinson

portrait (c. 1811), described, xxxi 68

BONHAM, Col.

in Oudh Irregular Force, xm 74, 81 BONN ETS

peak added in Highland corps., 1 53; in crease

in size of feathered, T 53-4, xiv 78; "plain" abandoned, I 54; "flat" re-introduced, I 55; of Highland Fencibles, I 48, VI 99 fn.; discussion of (18th century), XIII 122-3; of Highland formations (1745), xvm 128;

(1828 memo. on), xxir 343; in 1809, xiv 76; of Highlanders in India (1857), xm 193; attempt to abolish (1884), v 88; article on makers, xxr 64-70

Caithness Legion (Fencibles), v1 99 fn., 101 fn.

Campbell's Highlanders, see 88th Foot Duke of York's Own (.Banffshire) Regiment

(Fencibles), v1 99 fn.

Dunvegan (Isle of Skye) Volunteers, xm 122 Elgin's Regiment (Fencibles), v1 99 fn.

Gordon Highlanders, xxr 69; (c. 1833),

XXIX 1, ill.; (1862), XXll 299; (1936), xv 174

Highland Rifle Militia, xxv1 79, ilJ.

Keith's Highlanders see 87th Foot

King's Body Guard for Scotland, xxv 52 Lochaber Fenci bles, xxr 59

Loudoun's Highlanders, I46

North British Volunteers, vu 158, 196 Prince of Wales's Own Regiment (Fencibles),

VI 99 fn.

Rothesay and Caithness Fencibles, v1 99-100, xvrr 234 referring to 181

Scots Greys, Royal, III 243, XVI 123, XXT 69 Sutherland Fencibles, I 46

Yeoman of the Guard and Yeoman Warders of the Tower, xx 148-9

2nd Dragoons, see Scots Greys, Royal

42nd Foot, I 45, v 26-7, XIII 123, XIV 217,

XVII 2, ill., XXVI 78, ill., XXX 38, XXXJ 86,

ill., XXVI 78, ill.

7l st Highland Light Infantry, VI 182, xx1 69 72nd Highlanders, xrn 127, ill., xxT 69

73rd Highlanders, xxr 69 74th Foot, XXVIII 44

77th Montgomery's Highlanders, xxx1x 39 78th Foot, XXI 69, xxx 135, XL 87, ill.

79th Foot, VI 161, XX! 69, XXII 214, XXVII 132,

XXXI 85, i!J.

8lst Foot (disb. 1783), vr 161, xv 180, xxvr

22, ill.

87th Foot, xx 162-9, ill.

BON N ETS-continued

88th Foot, xx 162-9, ill. 9lst Foot, xxr 69

93rd Foot, VI 163, XX! 69, XXXIII 117,

XXXIV 33-4

BONNYCASTLE, John

Woolwich (1802), v 7; prospectus of his "crammer's" establishment at Charlton (1806), IX 168-170

"BOOK OF FAYTTES OF ARMES AND OF CHYUAL­ RYE"

Christine de Pisan, 1932 edition reviewed, XII 85-88

BOOMPLAATS, action at, 1848

ill. article on, XVI 207-214; (additional information) , XVII 110, XIX 184, XXVII 79-80; information requested, rv 21 ;

supplied, IV 143; bibliography, 1v 144, XI 100; lack of ammuni tion, xxxTX 28 fn. 5

Boosll, Carl, bandmaster (1815-68) note on, xxn 31 I

"BOOT AND SADDLE: A narrative record of the Cape Regiment, the Brit ish Cape Mounted Riflemen, the Frontier Armed Mounted Police, and the Colonial Cape Mounted Riflemen "

P. J. Young, reviewed, xxxv1 2

BOOTH , Colour-Sergeant A .

Intombi River Drift (1879), xx11 180 BOOTH , Sir George

insurrection (1659), VI 21

Boorn, George Ayscough ( l847-68) Ayscough window, M.S. 52 lvi-lvii

BOOTHBY, Lieut.-Col. Sir William

raids on French Coast (1758), xx1x 125-6

BOOTLE-WILBRAHAM, Col. L.

regimental pet, xxv 46 BOOTS

question a bout cossack, I 179, answer, I! 7;

Dragoon Guards and Dragoons (1764), XIII 92, XIV 127, XVI 30; (1796), XIV 136,

XVI 46; (1803), XV I 126; (1822), XVI 137;

(I 83J ), xvi 1 88; East India Company (1797), xm 190; (1808), xm 190; Foot

Guards (1920), xxvrn 45; Heavy Dragoons ( 1 809), xiv 76; Dragoons (tmknown), xiv

82, XV 1 54; (in 1755), XX!II 98; Light

Dragoon s (i 756), xiv 127, XVI 27; Cavalry

(l796), XVI 48; (1804), XXV!ll 44; (Yeo­

manry), xxxv 127; 17th century uniform , xvm 54, ill.; regulations of 1802, xrx 212,

226 ; (1811), xx11 339, 340; knee, su persede leathered overalls (1872), xx1 156; Lon don Volunteers (1799), xi , 3-22

Artil lery, Royal, xxxvn 48, il l., v 9


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BOOTS-BOSSET


Bo0Ts- co11ri11ued

Ayrshire Militia, xxm 75

Bengal Horse Artillery, x111 190, xx1 151 Cape Mounted Riflemen, xxxrv 104

Coldstream Guards, xvm 45 Cumberland's Dragoons, xxvm 68, ill. Essex Fencible Infantry, Loyal, xxv 90

Gloucester Yeomanry, xxxv1 183

Lancashire Hussar Regiment (Yeomanry), XVII 41

Life Guards, xxx 20, 21, ill.

London and Westminster Light Horse Volunteers, xxv 32, xxvm 170

Madras Infantry Cadet Company, xvm 180 Meath Militia, XVII 177

Northamptonshire Yeomanry Cavalry, xxv 139-140

Reed beds Mounted Volunteers, xxv1 162-3,

ill.

Rifle Brigade, xx 38, xx 41 Ross-shire Militia, xxn 305

Royal Hospital, Chelsea, XIX 105 Salisbury Volunteers, xx 57

Scotch Volunteer Rifle Corps, xxxrx 128

Scots Greys, Royal, xv 153-4, 156, 161, xvi

31, 34, 36, 38-9, 41-4, 125, 130-1, 133, ill.

Scots Troop of Horse Guards, xv 118-9, XVI 149

Scottish Company of King's Body Guards,

XVIII 89

Scottish Gendarmes, xvm 85

South Gloucester Militia, xx1x 139 South Salopian Regiment, xv11 44 Suffolk Yeomanry Cavalry, xxn, 259

Surrey Yeomanry Cavalry, xxvm 172, ill.

1st Dragoon Guards, xm 83, 87, xm 88,

93, 106, ill.

1st Dragoons, XIV 130, 138, 141-2, XVI 30, 106

1st Dumfries Mounted Rifles, xx1 14 1st Elgin Mounted Rifles, xxr 14

!st Fife Light Horse, xx1 15

1st Hampshire Mounted Rifles, xx1 7, ill. 1st Hertfordshire Light Horse, xx1 9, 10

1st Huntingdonshire Mounted Rifles, xx1 10 1st Lancashire Mounted Rifles, xx1 11

!st Norfolk Light Horse, xxr 12, 13

1st Northamptonshire Mounted Rifles, xx1 13

!st Roxburgh and Selkirk Mounted Rifles,

XX! 16

2nd Dragoon Guards, m 234, xm 86, 98, 99 2nd Dragoons, see Scots Greys, Royai

2nd Madras Native Infantry, xvm 180 3rd Dragoon Guards, xm 103

3rd Dragoons, XIV 140, XVI 127, XX! 174

BooTs-continued

4th Dragoons, xxxn 87, xxxv 144, ill.

4th Irregular Cavalry, Bengal Army, xxn 42 5th Devonshire Mounted Rifles, xx1 6

5th Dragoon Guards, m 237, xvm 21, ill.

6th Devonshire Mounted Rifles, xx1 6

6th Dragoon Guards, XVII 187, ill., XXVI 88 6th Dragoons, xx1x 63, ill.

6th Foot, xx11 236

7th Dragoon G uards, m 239

7th (Light) Dragoons (Hussars), xxn 252, ill.,

XXV 117, il l., XXX 77, il l., XXXVI 15-J 6,

xxxvrn 68, il l.

7th Foot, XXVll, 12.1-2 8th Dragoons, xiv 90 9th Foot, xxx 187

9th Lancers, xv 50

10th (Light) Dragoons, xw 58, xx 63, xxx 78, ill.

12th (Light) Dragoons (Lancers), xxu 264, xxv 137

15th Light Dragoons, xm 171, ill., XVII 6, 8,

ill., XIX 70, ill., XXV 135, XXX 79, ill.

17th Light Dragoons, xxrx 62, ill. 21st Punjab Regiment, xxx 140 24th Punjab Infantry, xxx 141

25th Foot, XVI 147-8, XIX 23, 28-9, 31-3, ill.

38th Foot, xxxv 95, ill. 48th Foot, xvm 185, ill. 73rd Foot, XXVII l82 113th Foot, xxxm 15, ill.

BoRGARD, Lieut.-Gen. Al bert Col. of Royal Artillery, u 101


BoRSTLER (or Boerst ler), Lieut.-Col. surrender of, 1 182-183

BORTHWICK, Robert

his work (16th century), m 186-7; Flodden (1513), lII 191

BORTHWICK , Capt. Lieut. William

expedition to Flanders (I793), vm 2, l3, 14, 15, 16, 22, 26


BOSCAWEN, Rear-Admiral the Hon. Edward commands "secret" expedition to East

Indies (1748), m 210, 213-17, 219-222, 225,

Vil 75, XXII 221


BossET, Charles Philip de

his sheet on uniforms reproduced and described (1803), x1 173-5, 176-7, xi, 168-

173; (mentioned), xv 57; (career), xi, 168

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BOSTON -BOWLES


BOSTON

Barker's diary written in, see Barker, Lieut. John; "Massacre" of (1770), VII 94-95 fn.; mentioned in letter of 1776,.vm 61; map and environs (1775-1776), vn between pp. 108B and 109; contemporary letters from (1774-1776), vm 58-63, 132

''BOSTON''

"Old Guns and Pistol s", reviewed, xxxvm 42

BOSTON, Noel (1762), XI 203

BOSTWICK, Lieut.-Col. Henry war of 1812, xx1v 35-6

BosvrLLE, Col. Thomas death, vm 28

BOSWORTH FIELD, battle of, 1485

short account, rv 73

BOTELER, Capt. Noel Berry's Regiment, u 72-3

BOTELER, Major William suppresses rebels, II 70

BOTELHO, Col. J. Teixeira

British officers in Portuguese artillery, 1v 97-9

BOTHA, General Louis mentioned, xxxrx 31, 35

BOTHAMLEY, H. W.

cap badges, xxxv 43

BOTHWELL BRIG, battle of, 1679

question about reproduction of painting, xx 244, answer, xx1 62

BOTTOMS, A. E.

old cavalry barracks, xxx 44, xxxv 91

BoucHAIN, siege of (1711)

casualties and regiments at, xm 204, xrv 117, xxiv 86-7; contemporary account, xxx 102

BOUFFLERS, Marshal de

as Col. at Entzheim, I 37-8; defends Lille, xv 89


BouGAINVTLLE, M. de

British capture of Quebec (1759), vu 179,

fn. 19, 180, XVIII 157; life, XVIII 157, fn. 76

BOUGH (or Bowgh)

question on meaning, n 156-7, answer, m 12;

used in hats (1742), xxvm 56

BOUILLE, Lieut.-Gen. L. J. A., Comte de raises Uhlans Britanniqu es (1793), xxn 4

BoULooNE

siege and capture of (1544); Irish troops in, ill., 1 81-4; contemporary diary, 1 188-198;

illustration (discussed), I 188, 198-9, xm

184, (reproduced), facing p. 224; ordnance used at, II 14, m 183 fn. 1 ; "Old Man" at, II 53-4

BOULTBEE, Lieut.-Col. H. L.

article on four Indian Army panoramas, xxxrv 67-9, ill.; Royal Military Academy Sandhurst Museum, M.S. 11 xix-xx

BOULTON, Ensign Francis taken prisoner, xn 237

"BOUNTY"

mutiny referred to, xm 137

BouRCHIER, Capt. George

Lang's Indian diary, 1x 92-3, 206-7, x 88,

133, 136, 142, 203-5; Gray's journal, x 1

BOURLAMAQUE, Gen .

defends Fort Ticonderoga (1759), VII 125

BouRMASTER, Lieut. John, R.N. Boston (1775), VII 157

BOURN, William

"The Art of Shooting with Heavy Artillery" (1587), XII 247-8

BOURNE, Mr., revenue officer XXXIX 117

BOUQUET, Col. Henri

letter addressed to, r 10-14

BOWDLER , Capt. John, R.N.

commanding bomb-vessel, m 20

BOWEN, H. G.

article on Malplaquet, XL, 39-41, with map

BOWER, Lieut.-Col. John, 1809-1910

obituary, XXXIV 183

BowEs, Major-Gen. Barnard Foord death, xni 9

BowEs, George

Durham Association Regiment (1745), xxx1v 106-119

BowEs, Capt. George B.

Tangier (1680), s.N. l, 8

BOWGII, see Bough BowHILL, Surgeon John

Lang's Indian diary, x 142, x1 1

BOWKER, Commandant W. M. Kaffir War (1851), xxn 31

BOWLES, Phineas (d. 1749)

arms and crest, ill., xm 233 and facing 232

BOWLES, Capt. St. George note on, xvm 120, ill.


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Bows-BRASYER


Bows

16th century reports, I 201, 202, 203-4; to be used wi th pike (1633), I 222; last use of, XVIII 178, 246

Cross: illustrations, II 5, vn facing pp. 186 and 187; 16th century poem about, with introduction, vn 185-189

Long: price fixed (1486), xii 14; mentioned in Venetian Ambassador 's report (1519), r 201; Acts of Henry VllI encouraging use of, 1 227-228, X1I 18-28; plea for retention

(1778), 1 228; note on, 11 3-4; illustrations,

11 5, 102; used with pike, II 102-104, ill.; still in use in 1642, II 145-6; description of spectacle with (1682), m 57-8

BOWSTAVES

Acts to overcome shortage of (1472 and 1483), xn 12-14; custom duty on repealed

(1496), XII 18

BOWYER -BOWER, Major T. A.

article on early educational influences i n Army, xxxm 5-12; on Royal Hibernian Military School, xxxv 135

BOXER RISING, 1900

Tientsin Volunteer Corps, xxxv1 179-81, i ll., XXXIX 66-70

BoYD, Capt. Lord (later Earl of Erroll)

Culloden, xxvn 73, fn. 13; ColviJle's

memoirs (1747), xxvu 73

BOYD, Capt. Alexander

article on his death i n a duel, I 60-65

BOYD, Lieut.-Gen. Sir Robert (1710-1794) note on, xl, 163, fn. 5

BOYER, Baron, de Peyrelean

battle of Guadelope (1815), xiv 231-2

BOYLE, Col. G. E.

article on 18th Foot (1767-1775), 11 63-68

BOYLE, Richard

See Shannon, 2nd Viscount

"BOYNE"

(1703), XXIV 188; (1774), Vll 87; (1793-5),

XXXJll 28-30

BOYNE, battle of the, 1690

referred to, m 13; means of distinguish ing opposing armies at, 1v 60

BOYNE, Major G. A. N.

title of 87th Foot, xl, 54

BRABANT, Gen. Sir Edward Yewd

note on, xv 105; captu re of Morosi's mountain, xv 210-J 2; Basutoland rebellion, xv 99, 101-2

BRABAZON, Nicholas Colthurst

See Colthurst

BRACKENBURY , Gen. the Rt. Hon. Sir Henry campaign against Sekukuni (1879), xx1x 131-2

BRADBRIDGE, Capt. John

Miller's diary, vn 15; note on, vn 16 fn.

BRADDOCK, Major-Gen . Edward

biography reviewed, xxxv1 151; Flanders Campaign (1747), xxu 209, 212

BRADFORD

action at (1643), v i l9, 162-3

BRADFORD, Lieut .-Col. Sir Henry career, xu 241

BRADFORD, Major-Gen . Sir Thomas (d. 1853) in Portuguese Army, 1809-14, xxvn 52; portrait reproduced and described, xxxII 1-2

BRADLAUGH, Charles (1833-1891)

life, XII 256

BRADSHAWE, Col.

India (1849), xxx 65

BRADSTREET, Capt. Dudley

note on and extract from his book of 1775, xx 62

BRADSTREET, Gov. death (1774), VII 94

BRAGG, Lieut.-Gen. Philip

mentioned in letter of 1759, vr 190 BRAHAM, s. F.

on public military execution, xi, 110

BRAND, Major James (d. 1746) note on, xxx1x 159

BRANDON, John

Loyal Irish Volunteers, v11 163; note on,

VII 264

BRANDENBURGS

meaning, xv 124

BRANDING

deserters, II 7; bad character, II 7; note on, XXXIX, 44

BRANDLING, Capt. John James

Alma (1854), xvn 223; Balaclava (1854),

XIX 99, 102

BRANDRETH RIOTS, 1817

the yeomanry, XIX 81-2

BRANDYWINE, Battle of, I777

mentioned, JTI 106; Howe's despatch on, vm 235-38; map, vm, between pp. 238 and 239; killed and wounded at, vm 239- 240, IX 40; war material taken at, vrn 241; Knyphausen's despatch on, 1x 33-6; President of Board of War, Massachusetts, account of, IX 37

BRASYER, Capt. Jeremiah Lang's Indian diary, XI 13


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image


BRAlTHWAITE-BREECHES


BRATHWAITE, Major-Gen. Sir John

his defeat by Tippoo, x 17-18; in Cameron's account of imprisonment in India, x 20-22, 30, 31-32

''BRAVE"

(1815), VIII 171

"BRAVE WOMEN and their Wartime Decora­ tions" James R. Power, reviewed, xxxvm 111

BRAY, Lieut. Edward William

note on his book about First Afgha n War, XIII 109-110

BRAY, Capt.

31st Regiment, u 84

BRAY, Major Entzheim, I 41-2

BRAYFIELD, Lieut -Col. Alexander

quarrel with Henry Cromwell (1657), VI 226-7

BRAYSER, Major

Wickins's Indian journal (1858), xxxvI 17, 18, 21; Campbell's despatch, xxxvI 23,

fn. 79

"BRAZEN"

(1815), Vlll 227

BREADALBANE, John Campbell, 1st Earl of (d . 1717)

and rising of 1715, xv 133; note on, xv 133, fn. 4

BREASTPLATES

See also Belt plates, and cuirasses

Pikemen, 17th century, v 188, ill., xm 165, 180

"BREDA"

(1718), XXlll 50

BREDA, siege of, 1625

note on Hugo's book on, III 30

BREECHES

for cavalry (1751), III 229, 231; (1796), XVI

48; (1804), xxvm 44; (1828), xvI 142; 17th

century stained glass, v 175-6; musketeers, 17th century, ill., v 187-8; red as mark of an officer (18th century), xm 60; East India Company (1780's), XIII 191 (1808),

xm 190; General Officer (1767), xxxI 65; farriers (18th century, ill.), xm 211 and facing 212, 213; army of James II(c. 1685),

XIV 7; army of 1752, XIV 70; replaced by overalls in Light Dragoons (c. 1814), XIV 77; artillery trains (1696-1702), XIV 113-16;

(1708-14), XVIII 48; (1743), XVI 60; light

infantry (1771), xv 250; Dragoon Guards

and Dragoons (1768), XIV 130, XVI 31;

(1820), XVI 125; increase in price (1807),

XVI 129; (1822), XVI 137; (1827),

XVI 141; note on (1812-23), xvm 47; in

regulations of 1802, XIX 208, 217-19, 221;


BREECHES- continued

volunteers (1799, 1800, 1803), XL, 117-124;

abolished (c. 1812), xvm 130, fn. 5

Artillery, Royal, v 9-10, XIII 60, XXIV 144 Ayrshire Militia, xxrn 75

Bandon Boyne, xvu 212

Bengal Horse Artillery, xm 190, xxI 151 Berkeley Vol unteer Artillery, xxxvlII 77 Berkeley Volunteer Infantry, xxxvm 77 Black Pool Horse xvrr 209

Bristol Vol unteer Infantry, Royal, xxxvm 77

Britwells Barrow Hundred Volunteer In- fantry, XXXVlll 78

Buffs, IV 31, XIV 67, XIX 27, ill.

Caldicot Light Infantry Volunteers, xxxvm 78

Canadian Militia, xxvm 29, ill.

Canterbury Yeomanry Cavalry, N.Z., xxvI 161

Cape Mounted Riflemen, XXXIV 104, ill.

Cheltenham Volunteer Infantry, Loyal XXXVIII 78

Cirencester Volunteer Infantry, xxxvm 78

Coldstream Guards, XVI 78, XVIII 1, 45, 218,

ill., XXII 53-4, 56, 341

Coote's Regiment (1692), xrv 179

Cotswold Volunteer Infantry, Loyal, xxxvrn

78

Creighton's Regiment (1692), XIV 180 Dudbridge Volunteer Infantry, xxxvm 78 Dursley Volunteer Infantry, xxxvm 78 East Devon Yeomanry Cavalry, xx 137 English Gendarmes, XVIII 87

Essex Fencible Infantry, Loyal (1795), xxv 90 Farmington Volunteer Infantry, xxxvm 78 Frampton Volunteers, vn 219, xxxvrn 78 . Fusiliers, Royal, IV 35-6, XIV 7, XVIII 220, ill.,

XXVII 121-2

Gloucester Volunteer Infantry, xxxvm 79 Gloucester Volunteer Infantry, City of,

XXXVIII 79

Gloucester Yeomanry, xxxv1 183 Green Howards, iv 106

Grenadier Guards, XIV 66, XVI 77, XVII 217,

ill., XIX 54, 65, XXII 53, 56

Hawke Union of Cove, xvn 212

Henbury Volunteer Infantry, Loyal, xxxvm 79

Horse Grenadier Guards, xx 15J -2, xxxvr 67-8, ill.

Horse Guards, xx 149-J 50

Horse Guards, Royal, see Royal Horse Guards

Inchigeelagh Volunteers, XVII 213

Irish Regiment, Royal, IV 106, xvm 221

Iron Acton Volunteer Infantry, xxxvm 79 Kent Militia, XXXIV 143

Kilcooly True Blues, XVII 215


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BREEC H ES-continued

King's Own Royal Regiment, IV 33, xrn 60, XVlll 218, ill., XXII 256, XXVII 159, ill.

King's Regiment , IV 36-7, xiv 7, xvm 220, ill.

King's Stanley Riflemen, Loyal, xxxvm 79 Life Guards, xxx 20, ill.

Light Infantry, His Majesty's or Royal Volunteers, see 85th Foot

Limerick Horse, County of, xvn 210 Lindsay's Regiment (1694-5), xv 116-7

Liverpool Independent Volunteer Companies (1760), XIX 1J9

London and Westminster Light Horse Volunteers, xxv 32, xxx 156

Madras, artillery, VII 135 Mallow Boyne, xvn 212 Meath Militia, xvn 177

Meuron's Swiss Regiment , 2JO Munster Corps Cavalry, XVII 211 Muskerry Volunteers, XVII 213

North British Fusiliers, XXIX 26, ill. Northampton Militia, xx 128

Northamptonshire Yeomamy Cavalry, xxv 139, 140

Northleach Volunteer Infantry, xxxvm 80 Nottinghamshire Militia , xix 49

Queen's Regiment, rv 31

Queen's Volunteers (1779), xix 121 Roll's Swiss Regiment, v 210

Royal Horse Guards, xx 92, ill., 152-3, XXII 63

Salisbury Volunteers, xx 57

Scots, Royal, 1v 29, 30, xiv 67, xxn 304 Scots Fusiliers, Royal, IV 108, xiv 213

Scots Greys, Royal, m 242, xv 156, 158-62,

165, 167-70, XVI 26, 30, 35, 39, 43, 125,

129-34, xx 111

Scots Guards, xvm 218, ill., XXII 54, 56 Scots Troop of Horse Guards, xv 117-8,

XVI 149

Scottish Company of King's Body Guard, XVIII 89

Scottish Gendarmes, xvrn 85-6 Severn Riflemen, XXXVJII 80 Somerset Militia, xxvI 167 Somerset Riflemen, xxxvm 80 South Gloucester Militia, xx1x 139

Southern Regiment of Fencible Men in North Britain, vm 212

Spelthorne Legion, xxr 47 Staffordshire Militia, xx1v 1JO, ill.

Stonehouse Volunteer Infantry, XXXVJII 80 Stow Volunteer Infantry, xxxvm 80

BREECHE


BREECH ES-continued

Stroud Volunteers, Loyal, xxxv1 183, XXXVlll 80

Suffolk Yeomanry Cavalry, xxn 259 Surrey Yeomanry, xxxvm 60

Tetbury and Horsley Volunteer Infantry, XXXVIII 81

Tewkesbury Volunteer Infantry, xxxvm 81 Uley Volunteer Infantry, XXXVJII 81 Waggon Train, Royal, XI 100

Watteville's Swiss Regiment , v 210

Welch Fusiliers, Royal, IV 1JO, xxII 219, 306, xxx 38

Winchcomb and Sudeley Loyal Vof unteer Infantry, xxxvm

Withington Volunteer Infantry, xxxvm 82 Yeoman of the Guard and Yeoman Warders

of the Tower, xx 148-9

1st Dragoon Guards, III 231-2, XIII 86-94, ill., 106, ill., XXII 35, ill.

!st Dragoons, III 240-1, XIV 89, 98, ill., 100,

125, 127, 131, 141-2, XVI JOO-], XXIII 87, ill.

1st Elgin Mounted Rifles, xx1 14 1st Foot, see Scots, Royal

1st Foot Guards, see Grenadier Guards

1st Huntingdonshire Mounted Rifles, xx1 10 1st Lancashire Mounted Rifles, xx1 11

1st Norfolk Light Horse, XX! 12

1st Northamptonshire Mounted Rifles, xxI 13 2nd Dragoon Guards, m 232-3, xm 96,

98-101

2nd Dragoons, see Scots Greys, Royal 2nd Foot, see Queen's Regiment

3rd Dragoon Guards, m 234, XIII J03-4, xxvI 84

3rd (Light) Dragoons, m 243, xiv 141, xvr 128, XX! 174

3rd Foot, see Buffs

3rd Foot Guards, see Scots Guards

4th Dragoon Guards, III 235-6

4th Dragoons, III 244, XXXII 87, xxxv 144, ill.

4th Foot, see King's Own Royal Regiment

5th Devonshire Mounted Rifles, xx1 6 5th Dragoon Guards, III 236-7

5th Dragoons, rn 245

5th Foot, IV 34, xvm 219

6th Dragoon Guards, III 238, xvn 187, ill.

6th Dragoons, III 246, XIV 86, XIX 64

6th Foot, IV 35, XVIII 220, ill., XXII 256,

XXVI 88

7th Dragoon Guards, III 239-40, XXIX 38

7th (Light) Dragoons, III 247, XIII 60, XXXVI 13-6


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BREECHES-BRENNAN


BREECH ES-continued

8th (Light) Dragoons, m 248-9, xm 240, ill., XIV 90-J, XXIX 39

8th Foot, see King's Regiment·

9th Dragoons, III 249-250, XXIX 39

9th Foot, IV 37, XIV 7, 177

10th (Light) Dragoons, m 250-1, XIII 56, 58, XXXIV 152, ill.

10th Foot, IV 91

11th (Light) Dragoons, III 251-2, XVIII 189, xx 125-7, 187, ill., xxv 47, ill.

IIth Foot, IV 92

12th (Light) Dragoons, III 253-4, xxn 264, XXV 37

12th Foot, IV 92, 93, XIV 7, XXVII 154

13th Dragoons, m 254-255

13th Foot, IV 93, XIV 7, XVII 247

14th Dragoons, III 255-6 14th Foot, IV 94

15th (Light) Dragoons, III 256-7, XIII 171, ill., XVI 158, XIX 70, XX 44, XXV 135, XXX 79,

ill.

15th Foot, IV 94-5

16th Light Dragoons, m 257-8, xm 60, xxvm 95

16th Foot, IV 95

17th Light Dragoons , lII 258-9, XIII 60, XXIX 39, 62, ill., 95, ill.

17th Foot, IV 104-5, Xlll 60

18th (or Light) Dragoons (1768), III 259-260 18th Foot, see Irish Regiment Royal

20th Foot, 1v 107

21st Foot, see Scots Fusiliers, Royal 21st Light Dragoons (1763), xxu 253

22nd Foot, IV 109, XIV 178

23rd Foot, see Welch Fusiliers, Royal 23rd Light Dragoons, xxvI 113

24th Foot, IV 111, XXIV 52

25th Foot, IV 112, XVI 147-8, XIX 21, 23, 28-33,

ill.

27th Foot, IV 113 28th Foot, IV 114 29th Foot, 1v 115 30th Foot, IV 116 31st Foot, rv 168

32nd Foot, IV 169; (c. 1770) XXXI 14, ill.

33rd Foot, IV 169 34th Foot, rv 171 35th Foot, IV 172 36th Foot, 1v 172-3

37th Foot, IV 173, XIV 216. XX! 101

38th Foot, IV 174, XIII 173-4

39th Foot, IV 175

40th Foot, JV 175-6, XXIX 39

41st Foot, v 25, xxx 134

42nd Foot, XXVI 78, ill., XXVII 182

43rd Foot, v 27-8, XVIII 222, ill. 44th Foot, v 28, XVIII 222, ill. 45th Foot, v 29, XVIII 222, ill.

BREECH ES-continued

46th Foot, v 30 47th Foot, v 31 48th Foot, v 32

49th Foot, v 33, xvm 223, iii. 50th Foot, v 33, 66

Slst Foot, v 67 52nd Foot, v 67 53rd Foot, v 68 54th Foot, v 69

55th Foot, v 70, XXIX 40

56th Foot, v 70-1, XXVIII 87

57th Foot, v 71

58th Foot, v 72, XXIX 40 59th Foot, v 73

60th Foot, v 73

60th Foot , v 73, XIX 215 61st Foot, v 126, XXlX 40 62nd Foot, v 127

63rd Foot, v 127-8

64th Foot, v 128 65th Foot, v 129 66th Foot, v 129-130 67th Foot, v 130 68th Foot, v 131 69th Foot, v 131

70th Foot, VI 160 74th Foot, XIII 173 Slst Foot, v1 162

85th Foot, VI 162, xxv 70, XXXVI 76-7, ill. 96th Foot , xm 174

97th Foot, XIII 174 98th Foot, XIII 174 101st Foot, 1v 163 102nd Poot, IV 163-4

104th Foot , xxxiv 46 113th Foot, XXXIII 15, ill.

119th Poot, xvu 64, ill. ; facing 63

BREECH-LOADING GUNS

See Guns

BRENIER, Gen. A. F.

escape from Almeida (1811), xxxv 23-35,

v 180

BRENNAN, Godfrey

article on Light Horse and Mounted Rifle Volunteer Corps, xx 3-16, ill.; ill. of 1st Royal Devon Yeomanry Cavalry, xvn 182; portrait of Edward Wildman, xv11 187, ill.; uniform of 16th Light Dragoons; (1815), xvm 242, ill.; question about uniform of H.A.C. Light Cavalry Troop (1861), xix 248; East Devon Yeomanry Cavalry, xx 137-8, ill.; early khaki uniform (1884), xx 178, ill.; uniform of 22nd Light Dragoons (1779-83), xx 223-5, ill. ; uniforms of 13th and 17th Light Dragoons (1814-18), xx 242, ill.; busbies


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BRENNAN-"BRITISH MILITARY FIREARMS 1650-1850"


BRENN AN- COlltinued

of 5th Northumberland Fusiliers (1868), XXI 102, ill.; portrait of Col. Whyte, XXII 252, ill.

BRENNAN, W. E.

question on leopard-skin aprons, xxxvn 142

BRERETON, Sergeant (88th)

Survivor of Indian Mutiny, xxxv 138

BRERETON, Lieut.-Col. Thomas, 1782-1832 Bristol riots, xix 130-4; career, XIX 245

BRERETON, Capt. William

battle of Princeton (1777), xm 219

BRERETON, Lieut.-Gen . Sir William Alma (1854), XVII 226

BRERETON, Sir William Civil War (1644), v 170

BRETT-JAMES, A.

"Wellington at War, 1794-1815" reviewed,

XXXIV 112

BREVET RANK

See Ranks and Appointments

BREWIS, Alfred

articles on: Order of Meri t of 5th Foot, II

118-124; Major T. H. S. Clerke, n 176-8, ill.

BREYMAN, Major F.

career, xn 241

BRIDGE, 1st Lieut. Lionel

at siege of Lucknow, x 137, fn. 5

BRIDGEMAN, Capt. Hon . Orlando San Sebastian (1813), XVII 160

BRIDGES

floating (1745), vm 252-3, 255, ill.; boats

(J 745), VIII 252, 255, ill.; flying (1745)

Vlll 252, 255, ill.

BRIDGES, William

book about reviewed, xxxvr 164

BRIDGEWATER

storming of (1645), III 99

BRIDGEWATER, Lieut.-Gen. John, 7th Earl of mentioned, I 120

"BRIGADE FORMATIONS"

by Abraham James, xxx1x 17

BRIGHT, B. N. F.

question on unusual toast, xxvI 171

BRIHUEGA, action at, 1710

article on, with special reference to British strength and losses, xxr 112-122; (comments), XXI 189, XXXIV 90-1

contemporary account , s.N. 5, 46-51; forces at, s.N. 5, 50 fn . 279, xxn 231-2 note on,

xxv 17

BRIND, Brig. Frederick Lang's Indian diary, IX 88

BRIND, Brigadier James

Gray's journal (1857), x 3; death, x 3 fn. I

BRIND, Capt. James

revolt in Kashmir (1846), x1 161

BRINLEY, Lieut.-Col. Thomas note on, xxvr 159-60

BRISCO, Capt. Christopher

commands artillery company, 18th century,

II 101

BRISCOE, Lieut. Edward Villiers Lang's Indian diary, x 82

BRISCOE, Lieut. Robert Bruges (d. 1888) death and note on, xx1x 50

BRISTOL

siege, 1643 (means of distinguishing armies), m 102 (contemporary documents about), ills. and map, IV 180-203, xxxv 62-3; riots (1831), XIX 130-4

BRISTOL, Admiral Augustus John, 3rd Earl of as Commander Hervey in engagement with

French (1762), XI 214

"BRITAIN AT ARMS: A Scrapbook from Queen Anne to the Present Day"

Thomas Gilby, reviewed, xxxn 85

"BRITAIN'S SEA SOLDIERS"

Col. C. Field, reviewed , JI 190-1

"BRITANNIA"

(1797), XVJII 105; (1814), VIII 89, 90

"BRITISH BATTLES AND MEDALS"

by Major Lawrence L. Gordon, reviewed, xxvI 20-1

"BRITISH CAMPAIGNS IN THE PENINSULA, 1808-14"

by Capt. D. J. Goodspeed, reviewed, xxxvI1142

"BRITISH FooT GUARDS, The: A Bibliography" by L. C. Silverthorne and W. D. Gaskin,

reviewed, xxxrx 2

"BRITISH FUSILIER IN REVOLUTIONARY BOSTON,

A; being the diary of Lieut. Frederick Mackenzie"

edited by Allen French, reviewed, vr 174-8

BRITISH HONDURAS

first British troops in, xxxrv 42, 188, xxxv 94

"BRITISH LIGHT INFANTRY IN THE EIGHTEENTH CENTURY"

by Col. J. F. C. Fuller, reviewed, IV 176-8

"BRITISH MILITARY FIREARMS, 1650-1850"

by Howard L. Blackmore, reviewed, xxxix 160


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"BRITISH MILITARY UN!FORMS"-BROWN


"BRITISH MILITARY UNIFORMS"

by W. Y. Carman, reviewed, xxxv 181

BRITISH MUSEUM

notes on Class Catalogue No. 50 (Military),

IV 38-48

"BRITISH REGIMENTS: Historical Sketches from 'The Times' "

by Sir John Fortescue, reviewed, xrv 169

BRITTANY

question about expedition to (1543), m 104

"BROAD ARRow"

origin, 1 225-6 ; use of term (1554), IX 175;

(J 687), IV 134

BROADFOOT, Major G.

in Afghan War, xx 68; in First Sikh War, xm 41-2, xx 68; grave, xx 68, fn. 5

BROADHURST, Capt. John

in diary of Corunna campaign, s.N. 4, 6, 15, 22, 31

BROCK, Major-Gen. Sir Isaac

operations in America, VII 112-13, xx1v 34, XXII 93; portraits, VII facing 116, XVIJI facing 123; death, VII 113, XXIV 34, xxvm 30; memorial described and illustra­ ted, vII 114, 115-117; bibliography, vn l l7; uniform worn by, xxvm 29-30, ill.

note on, xvm 201 , fn. 1

BROHIER, R. L.

"The Golden Age of Military Adventure in Ceylon, An Account of the Uva Rebellion, 1817-18" reviewed, XIII 237

BROKE VERE, Maj.-Gen. Sir Charles career, XII 241-2

BROKERS, ARMY

purchase of Commissions, xm 31-2

BROME, Lieut.-Gen. Joseph at Woolwich (1793), vm 6

BROOKE, Benjamin, gunsmith information about requested, xx1 188

BROOKE, Lieut -Col. Francis

at Badajoz , xxxvII 177-8; before New Orleans and Mobile, vm 216

BROOKE, Gen. Sir George

First Sikh War (1845), xm 39

BROOKE, Col. Robert

his letters on proposed expedition to River Plate (1798), XXVI 69-76

BROOKE, Colonel Thomas

San Sebastian (1813), XVII 161

BROOKES, Capt. William Lang's lndian diary, x 100

BROOKLYN, action at (1776) casualties, xvi 8

BROOKS, Nathan

his Army List of 1684, see Army Lists

BROOMFIELD, J. H.

article on officers in Parliament of 18th century, xxx1x 91-102

BROPHY, John and PARTRIDGE, E. (editors) "Songs and Slang of the British Soldier:

1914-18" reviewed, x 68

BROTHERTON, Gen. Sir T. w.

Peninsular War, xxx1v 74, 78

BROUD, Capt. Charles R. (d . 1864)

note on and more information requested, XXXIV 94

BROUGHTON, Major Joh;-i

f 206

"BROWN BESS"

See Muskets

BROWN, Anne S. K.

"The Anatomy of Glory: Napoleon and his Guard" (translated by), reviewed, xxx1x 143

BROWN (or Browne), Arthur death of Gen. Wolfe, VII 249

BROWN, Basil H.

in R.A. band, XXVI 69

BROWN, Cornet Daniel portrait referred to, xm 60

BROWN, David

"Diai·y of a Sold ier, J 805-1827'', reviewed, xnr 238

BROWN, D. Alexander

"Grierson's Raid" reviewed, xxxm 25

BROWN, Lieut. Francis

discussion on whether in attendance at death of Wolfe, vu 182, fn. 39, 184

BROWN, Gen. Sir George

at A lma, xvn 224-5; mentioned xxxn 32; expedition to Kertch, xxr 129, 131

BROWN (or Browne), Lieut. Henry

possibly in attendance at death of Gen. Wolfe, v1 32; further evidence of atten­ dance, vn 182 and fn. 39, 184, 248-9

BROWN, Capt. J.

portrait, described, xxvr 87

BROWN, Lieut.-Gen. John (d. 1764?)

notes on and arms, xm 144, 250, xxxv1 42, 91

BROWN, Maj.-Gen. John

defence works in Britain (1803-5), xxvn 21, 25, 31, his papers, xxvn 119

BROWN, John (recte Richard Potter)

mentioned in letter, XI 74; career, XI 74, fn .

28!


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BROWN, Mather

his portrait of 1st Marquess Townshend (1801), described, xxxI 79; painting of

Lord Cornwallis (1792), described, xxx1 98

BROWN, Private P.

awarded V.C. (1879), xv 211

BROWN, CAPT. Thomas (3rd Dgns.) wounded at Dettingen (1743), Ill 36

BROWNE, Sir Anthony

siege of Boulogne (1544), 1 188, 199

BROWNE, James Alexander (1838-1914)

R.A. band , XXVI 65-6

BROWNE, Cornet Lord James de Burgh mentioned in letter, XI 73

BROWNE, Col. John Frederick

story about, at Barrasa (1811), XI 90; career, XI 91

BROWNE, Lieut. John Hugh Lang's Indian diary, IX 202

BROWNE, Capt. Philip

letters, v 49-65, 97-111, 145-155; map to illustrate letters, v facing 144

BROWNE, Gen. Sir Sam

see also Belts, Sam Browne extract from Journal, xxvn 180-1

BROWNE, Capt. William

sent on survey in America (1775), vu 91 fn.; colleague's report on survey, VII 170-4

BROWNLOW, 2nd Lieut. Elliott (or Elliot)

Pakenham

portrai t, IX 7; Lang's Indian diary, IX 9, 12, XI 1, 2-4, 6-9, 11, 13, 15-16, 17, 19;

inscription on gravestone, XI 17

BROWNLOW, Lieut.-Gen . Henry Alexander Lang's Indian diary, IX 96, 196; note on,

IX 189

BROWNRIGG, Col. Henry Studholme his views on slouch hat, xxx 38

BROWNRIGG, Gen. Sir Robert

defence works in Britain (1803-5), xxvn 21,

24, 29

BRUCE, Col. Lord

See Ailesbury, Charles, .I st Marquess of

BRUCE, Lieut.-Col. Herbert Wickins's journal , xxxv 103

BRUCE, Sir Michael

Prince Charles's standard, xxv 44-5, ill.

BRUCE, Col. Robert, 74th

affair at Berea Mountain (1852), XIV 38

BRUCE, Lieut.-Gen. the Hon. Thomas (d. 1797) as Col. of lOOth Foot, I 207, fn. 3

BRUCE, Capt.

expedition to East Indies (1748), III 216

BROWN-BUCKELL


BRUCHE, Major-Gen . J. H.

foreign ranks held by British Officers, xv 186

"BRUDENELLS OF DEENE, THE"

by Joan Wake, reviewed, xxxn 33-4

"BRUDENELL", transport (1773), XXXVIII 53-4, 55

BRUHN-HOFFMEYER, Ada

"Middelalderens Tve::eggede Sv::erd" re­ viewed, xxxm 167

BRUIX, Admiral Eustache

escape from Brest, discussed, xxxI 25-6

BRUNI , Leonardo

his "De Militia" mentioned, XL 56

"BRUNSWICK"

(1793), XXXIII 28-9; (1794), XVIJI, 102, XXIII

46; (1795), XVIII 104

BRUNSWICK, Duke Ferdinand of

battle of Minden, VII 126-8; winter campaign, XXIX 159; Vellinghausen, XXIX 162-3; relations with commissariat, xxxv1 162-3

BRUNSWICK, Frederick William, Duke of note on, xvnI 5, fn. 4

BRUSSELS

bombardment (1695), v 144

BRYCE, 1st Lieut. John Henry Lang's Indian diary, IX 12

BRYDEN, Dr. William

at Fort Jellalabad (1842), xvI 110

"BucEPHALUS"

(1814), VIII 83

BUCHAN, John

article on Royal Scots, xn 65-7

BUCHANAN, Col. C. R.

emblazoning of infantry drums, xxxv 92; "Rooti medal", xxxv1 187; some "Iron Curtain" military museums, M .S. 41, xiii

BucHANAN, George, of Argyllshire Fencibles note on, xm 249

BucK, Lieut. R. S.

siege of Tientsin, xxx1x 67

BUCKE, Col. Brutus (d. 1643) Atkyns's memoirs, xxxv 12, 63

BucKELL, L. E.

on Royal Marines, m 59 ; on Royal Waggon Train, x1 100; on uniforms of Leicester­ shire Yeomanry, xvu 184, Battle-Axe Guard, Ireland, XVII 184, ill., London and other Volunteers, xxn 83-5, 173-4, 175-6, ill., 11th Dragoons (1759), xxv 47, ill., 16th Light Dragoons , xxv 187, XXXVI 32-3, 3rd Light Dragoons (1832), xxv1 43-4, ill., Highland Rifle Militia, xxvr 78- 80, ill., 6th Dragoons (1811), xxv1 87-8,


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BucKELL-co11tinued

23rd Light Dragoons and Col. Dod, xxv1 112-15, ill., Canterbury Yeomanry Cavalry, N.Z., xxv1 161, ill., Reedbeds Mounted Volunteers, xxvr 162-3, ill., 10th Foot (1764), XXVII 1-2, ill. , 80th Foot (c. 1825), XXVJI 158, ill., 4th Foot (c. 1780), XXVII

l59-160, ill., Canadian Militia (1812), xxvm 28-9, ill., British in American War of 1812, XXVlll 29-30, ill., 15th Light Dragoons (1775), xxvm 47-9, ill., London and Westminster Light Horse Volunteers, xxvm 168-171, ill., Surrey Yeomanry Cavalry, xxvm 171-2, ill., North British Fusiliers (c. 1751-7), XXIX 26, ill., 94th Foot (c. 1828), xxx 47-8 , ill ., 8th Hussars (c. 1823), xxx 143-5, ill., 1st Royal Devon Yeomanry (1846), xxxr 1-3, ill., 10th

Dragoons (1831), xxx1 47-8, ill., West

Somerset Yeomanry (1846), xxxu 1-3, ill. , 17th Light Dragoons (1768), XXXJll 186, 7th Light Dragoons (1783-1813), XXXVI 14-16, XXXVIII 67-8, ill., Guards

bands, xxxv1 142; on portrait of cornet in 15th Light Dragoons (1805), xx 42-5 (c. J 813), xxxv11 95-6, ill.; on universal helmet plate, xxn 255; on badges of

Kitchener's army, xxn 257, ill. ; on portrait of Capt. Albert Goldsmid , xx11 263-4, ill.; reviews book, xxv 35-6; on picture of Capt. Whitworth , xxv 39; on photo­ graph of Rifle Volunteers of 1860's, xxvm 89, ill. ; on Cornet Geary's monu­ ment, xxix 27-8, ill.; on portrait of Sir John .Burgoyne, xxxv 1-2, ill.; on picture of Life Guard kettledrummer (1839), xxxv 47, ill.; on painting of 4th Dragoons (1802), xxxv 143-4; article on advantages of co-operation between military and civil museums, M.S. 3 J xxv-xxvi ; on Landseer painting, xxxvrn 143, ill.; article on Marqu ess of Anglesey, xxxix 18-19, ill. ; article on painting depicting Dublin Castle (1844), xxx1x 111-12, ill.; article on museums in Northern Ireland, M.S. 1 i-vi, ill.; on Holly Trees museum, Colchester, M.S. 4 xxiv ; on museum of East Surrey Regiment, M.S. 5 xxx-xxxi; on aims of Ogil by Trust, M.S. 24 xxvii-xxviii

BUCKERIDGE, Major R. H.

commands Corps of Invalids (1790), 11 I76

BUCKINGHAM, George Villiers, 1st Duke of commands expedition against Isle of Re,

v1 179 fn., xxvm 160-8

.BUCKINGHAM, George Villiers, 2nd Duke of

in insurrection of 1648, xxxvu 17-18;

recruiting difficulties ( 1673), 111 52-3

.BucKLEY, Capt. J.

diary of Corunna campaign, s.N. 4, 14, 31

BUCKLEY, P.

portrait of Major-Gen. Butterworth, xxxvm 126-7, ill.

BUCKMASTER , military tailor

origin of nickname of 3rd W.l.R., 1 79

BUDGE-BARRELS

definition and use, VI 156 fn.

BUENOS AIRES

expedition against (1806), 11 106, m 3, 62-3.

xv 122

BUGLES and BUGLE CORDS

question, introduction of single and double twisted and cords, xvi 61 ; 52nd Foot (1803), xxvII 132; whether supplied by

Ordnance, xxvm 44

BUGLE CALLS

Sir John Moore's letter (1803), Ix 163 ; Baron Francis de Rottenburg, reproduced, 1x I66-7; 10th Light Dragoons (1784-5), xm 56; "Charlie" of Light Infantry Regiments, reproduced and question about origin, XIV 183, answer, xiv 248; uni­ formity, xvi 50-1; earl iest British, xx1x 17-20

BUGLERS

introd uction in drill, 1 180; not on establish­ ment, 1x l 63; swords, xiv 13; uniform colour to be same as regiment's, XVI 130; in Woolwich Garrison orders, xi, 104

BULANDSHAHR, action at (1857) Lang's Indian diary, x 87-9

BULGET, Lieut. And rew .

his account of capture of American schooners (1814), xxn 99-100; commands at Prairie

du Chien, xxu 101-106

BULL, Lieut.-Col. Robert

Spain and Portugal (1811), v 179, 182, 186 BULLER, Gen. Sir Redvers

commands Frontier Light Horse, xvm 225-7;

awarded V.C., xvm 226, xxx1 9; in Zulu War, xx1 3-9 ; mentioned, xxx1x 31

BULLETS

Incendiary: use of, 17th century, III 99 custom "in the mouthes", III 9, 1v 13, 223-4,

v1 259; example, xvm 183; casting (1842),

xxv 182

hollow (1745), ill., VIII 253 Cross-Bar (l745), ill., vm 253 Delvigne, xm 130-1

explosive, condemned (J 868), XIII 135

Minie, xm 130

Pritchett, xm 130-1 Whitworth, ill., XIII facing J 31


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BULLOCH, John Malcolm

questions: flogging in the field, n 6; book on equitation, u 58; proposed Corps of Ladies (1803), II 156; docking horses, m 201; Major Alexander Gordon, m 202-3; proposed history of Black Watch (1802), VII 255-6; Col. Whitshed, VIII 205; Robertson's connection with Volunteers,

IX 125-6; militia list, XVI 122

articles: Gordon tartan, III 42-3; Scots soldiers under Prussian flag, III l08-110; recruiting scheme (1777), v 14-16; tamper­

ing with the tartan (1881-84), v 86-9 ill.; Caithness Fencibles' tartan, VI 146-8, ill. (comment), VIII 34-35; Philip Astley, VIII 183-9, ill.; waterproofing soldiers' great­ coats, XII 8-11 ; literature concerning the Royal Scots, xn 69-72; Loyal Regiment (North Lancashire), xn 233-9; history of the Scots Guards, XIV 16-22 ill.,; Duchess of Gordon's recruiting bonnet, XVI 144-6;

South Wales Borderers' History, xvi 203-6 notes on : primer for Volunteers (1805), VIII 141 ; W. H. Dowbiggin, XIII 119; Sir James M'Grigor and Dr. James Thomson, xm 119; Grants of Sheughlie, XIV 52-3;

histories of army surgeons, XIV 54-6 location of pamphlet about 44th Foot (1822),

v 41; military roads in Scotland (1792), vu ] 95-6; ballad "Rebels of Ireland", vm 204; miniature of Duchess of Gordon, xm 242; coade stone coat-of-arms, xv 48-9; Gordon Highlander uniform, xv 170-4, 252-3; Military Museum, Gordon Castle, xv 178-9; drafting of 109th Foot (1795), xv 184; the Society's Museum Committee, XVI 114; Mary Anne Clarke, XVI 115-16; size of tartans, XVII 54; Museum of Gordon High landers, xvn 62; prisoners in France in 1813, xvII 77-9; memorial notice on death (1938), XVII 109; writings about Gordon Highlanders, xt 190-1

reviews, "The Grant, Strathspey or First High land Fenci b le Regi ment, 1793-1799'', XIII J 69-J 70


BULLOCK, Brig. Humphrey

edits articles of war (1627), v 111-15, (correction), VI 56; "Devil's Article", v 202; on medical care of soldiers (1600), v1 59; word "Reveille", VI 118; Provost Marshal, VI 124-27, VII 67-9, 129-132,

136-7, 194-5; Barrack Master, VI 127; warrant for court martial (1668), VI 184; court martial in 1666, v11 132-4; punish­ ments, VII 142, vm 76; Bengal regiments in E.I.C. service, vm 208; colours of Bengal Army, vm 258-261 ; bibliography of British graves in India, xv, 253; cemeteries

BULLOCK-continued

in India and Pakistan, xxv1 82; illegitimate son of Sir John Cope, xxx 179; Queen's South African medal (1899-1900), xxx 184-5; slope money, xxx 188; 18th century Army Lists, XXXIV 45, XXXVII 46; some Indian Army sabretaches, xxxv 80-2, xxxvI 139 ; George Lovell's name, xxxv 90; gun salutes, xxxvr 40-1; uniforms of Gloucestersh ire Yeomanry and Volunteers, XXXVI 182-3, XXXVIII 76-82, 136-7; u niform

of Capt. Henry Cunningham Montgomery, xxxvrn 92-3; Yeomanry caval ry dri ll books (1823, 1825), xxxvm 140; Major Abraham James, XXXIX 11-17

BULLOCK, Lieut.-Col. John

Gainsborough portrai t discussed, xxvH 160

BULLOCK, P. H.

Sikh "Quoit", XXXVI 188

BULLOCK, Lieut. Richard

possible portrait xxvu, 159-160, ill.

BULLOCKS

use of pack as chargers (1835), xvrn 244, ill.

BULWER-LYTTON, Sir Edward George Earle Lytton, Bart.

speech prior to embarkation of Engineers for British Columbia, vn 199-200

BUNBURY, Henry William

plates of uniforms, II 143-144

BUNBURY, Lieut.-Col. W. St. P.

edits Aud ley's "Treatise of the Art of War", VI 65-78

BUNDEH KHAN, Col.

his treatment of Biddu l ph, xm 118

BUNKER HILL, battle of (1775)

casualties in 18th Foot, II 65; question on British regiments present at, tv 217; print of, v 157, XII 100, fn. 2 (reproduced), v between 156 and 157; account in Barker's diary, vn 146-8; Howe's official thanks for, vn 149; King's official thanks for, VII 156; troops engaged at, XVI 6

BuoR, Major

in West Indies (1711), xx1v 197

"BURFORD"

(1718), xxm 49; (1726), xxv 61 ; (1727), m

114, fn. 3

BURGOS, siege of (1812)

contemporary accounts, xxvI 14-15, 108

BURGOYNE, Gen. John (1722-1792)

in Portugal, IV 98; requests promotion, xxxrx 100, 101 ; arrives at Boston, VII 107; occupies Fort St. John, II 188; surrenders at Saratoga, IV 98, fn. I ; Germain's plans for, vm 228-29; in Howe's despatches,


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BuRGOY N E-co11ti11ued

vrn 233; commented on by Samuel Phillips Savage, IX 39; mentioned, XIV 74; his opinion of Canadians, XXIY 32; letters from and concerning his ex ped ition, xxv1 132-142

BURGOYNE, Sir John (l739-1785)

portrait : (q uestion on location), xxn 81; (described), xxvr l 1 4, xxvm 95; (repro­ d uced with description and career), xxxv 1-2; (commented on), xxx1 87, xxxv 137; i n voyage to East Ind ies, XI 250

BURGOYNE, Field Marsha l Sir John Fox (1782-1871)

in Spain and Portugal, v 185; in expedi tion against New Orleans, vm 89, 109, 161,

164-5, 177, 21 7, 219-21 ; length of service, xn 226-7; pa mphlet on the lasso, xxxv 45

BURKE , Patrick (88th) medals, xxvm 129

BURMA

official war history (1939-45), reviewed, XXXVII 127

BURN, H. F. .T.

sashes, xvm 56; artillery uniform, xvrn 59; soldiers' wives on active service, xrx 122; Waterloo medal, xix 123; drummers' coats, xrx 123; ammunition loaf, xx 182; caps, XXl 59, XX!l 81, XXIV 207; uniform of 10th Hussars, xx11 82; H ussar busby, xx11 82; uniform of 75th Foot (1881), XXll 303; Colour-Sergeants' chevrons, xxn 345;

difference between weapons, xxv 1 87;

uniform, XVII 116, XVI II 184, xx 244;

covering sergeant, xvu 185; leather pockets for copper caps, xvm 184; q uestions on ensigns, xx 61 ; press-gangs, XXIJ 40

BUR N, Lieut.-Col. Henry Pelham Lang's Indian diary, x 80

BURN, Col. William

defends Delhi, x 47, xxu 71

BURN, W. L.

articles: Sir James Cam pbell, xv 82-97; Charles Cathcart and Dunfermline, XVI 55-8

BURNABY, Col. F. G.

Nile campaign (l 884-5), xxxv11 27

BURNE, Lieut.-Col. A. H.

articles: the surrender at Yorktown (1781), xvn 71-6; battle of Auberoche (1345),

XXVII 62-7

battle honours for Indian Mutiny, xiv 236; "a pair of colours", XVI 62; Royal Military Academy, Portsmouth , xxvn J 86; possi ble

BU RN E-continued

sentry at Duke of York's steps, xxvu 188; question on aiguillette, xv 186; on copper ball at Naseby Church, xxvr 85; edits Capt.

Le Marchant's letters (1793), xxx 116-121 his books reviewed, "The Royal Artillery

Mess, Woolwich, and its Surroundings", xiv 109; "The Noble Duke of York", XXVIII 13; "More Battlefields of England", XXXI 31; "The Woolwich Mess", XXXIII 134; "The Agincourt War'', xxxv 82; (with Lieut.-Col. P. You ng) "The Great Civi l War : A Military History of the First Civil War, 1642-46", XXXVI! 48

BURNETT, Lieut.-Col. .T. at Deig (1804), XXII 71

BURNS, Lieut. George

William Amherst's jou rnal and letters (1762), XI 195, 200-201

BURNS, Lieut.

at Sitapore, xm 79

"BUR CASES"

meaning, II 155

BURKE, Captain, R. N.

and Tientsin Volunteer Corps, xxx1x 69, 70

BURKE, Edmund

attempts to abolish Board of Ordnance, II 13, 18

BURRAGE, Major R . G. V .

badges of Nort h Staffordshire Regiment, xxx 90

BuRRARD, Gen. Sir Harry

in diary of 1808, xxv1 148

BURRARD, Ensign William

San Sebastian (1813), xv 11 160

BURROUGHS , Sir John

and siege of Re, xxvm 161-2, 164

BURROWES, Capt. Louis Arundell after Omdurman, xx1 81

BuRT, Prof. A. L.

article on mystery of Wal ker's Ear, vI 229- 246

BURTON, Lieut.-Col. A. W. D.

photo in Crimea, xvm 21, ill.

BURTON, Major-Gen . Ralph

as military governor in Montreal, VI 230, 235, 243, 244; capture of Quebec, vu 179-

80, 182, XVlll 141, 143, 145

BURTON, 2nd Lieut. William Henry in Lang's Indian diary, x 136, 196

BURTON -ON-TRENT

action at (1643), m 55


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BUSBY

See also Caps

derivation of word, I122, 127-28, 137, II 110,

XXII 128

q uestions: replacing the shako, xm 123-4; introduction and distribution of 'lemon', xvn 117; method of wearing lines, xvJI 183; size of Hussar, xxrr 82

in 1887, XIV 78; note on history of Hussar, xxn 128-9; of Yeomanry Caval ry, xxxv 130

Art illery, Royal , xxxv 42, 135

Honourable Art illery Company Light Cav­ alry Troop, xx1 4

Westmoreland and Cumberland Yeomanry Cavalry, xxxvm 136, ill.

Ist Elgin Mounted Rifles, xx1 14 lst Norfolk Light Horse, xx 1 12

Ist Roxburgh and Selkirk Mounted Rifles, XX! 16

1st Surrey Light Horse, xx1 13-14

3rd County of London Yeomanry (Sharp­ shooters), xxxvm 60

7th Hussars, XVII 58, 117, xxv 117, ill., XXXVI 15-16, XXXIX 18, ill.

8th Hussars, xxu 43, ill.

l lth Hussars, xvn 183, xx 187-8, ill., xx1 155, ii!., XXXIX 112, ill .

15th Hussars, xvn 183 18th Hussars. xvi 247

BUSBY, Lieut.-Col. J. H.

article on local mili tary forces i n Hertford ­ shire (1793-1814), xxxI 15-24

note and question about early detention barracks, xx1v 49

BusH, Capt.

killed at Naseby, vr 17

BUSHMAN, Major-Gen. Sir Henry Augustus against Seku k uni , xx 1x 133, fn. 134

BUSHMAN, Asst. Surgeon Frederick Christian in Lang's Indian diary, x 93

BusK, Hans

Vol unteer movement , xxxvn JOO

Buss, Phili p H.

on "Heraldica", xxxvm 140

BUSSACO, battle of (1810)

contemporary accounts, XXXI V 18, xxxv 74

BUTCHER, H. Borton

"The Battle of Trenton", reviewed, XIV 46

BUTE, Joh n, 3rd Earl of

writes regarding J. Burgoyne's promotion, XXXIX 100

BUTLER, Lady

comment on picture of arrival at Fort Jellalabad (1842), xvi 110

BUTLER, Sergeant

his memoirs, xxx1v 127

BUTLER, Charles

See Arran, Earl of

BUTLER, Capt. John commission (1660), v1 22-23

BUTLER, Lieut.-Col. Lewis

articles: Ticonderoga (1758), r 10-14; Col. J. P. Galiffe, ill., rn 74-77.

note on article about "The British Grena­ diers", VI 30

reviews, "Marl borough, a nd the Rise of the British Army", 1 41 ; h is books reviewed : "The A n nals of the K i ng's Royal Rifle Corps", Vol. 11, m 83-4, Vol. Il l, v1 47-9,

i ll.

BUTLER, Ormonde

question on "The Six Old Corps'', xx 61

BUTLER, Major Thomas Parker at Vi Uers-en-Cauchies, xvn 13

BUTT, c. R.

article on Volunteer Force in Surrey (1799- 1813), XL 207-13

token canteen coins, xxx 45; q uestion about medical examinations, xxx 186; muskets and rifles, xxx11 136; militia arms (1819- 32), xxxm 135; shoulder title, xxxrv 94; pay in 1642, xxxv 45; regimental belts, xxxv 46; "Hanging the Brick", xxxv 90; Charles l's secret preparations for war (1642), xxxv 134; army medical services in 1644, xxxv 135; regimental belts, xxxv

139, XXXVI 46, XXXV!I 142; allowed com­ pany animal strength, xxxv1 187; article on Surrey and the Civil War, xxxvn 13-20; a bar rack room order, xxxvm 89; song from 1745 rebellion, xxxvm 142; question on origin of Intelligence Corps, xxx1x 108 ; ti tle 'Royal ', why not given, XL 109

BUTTERWORTH, A.

"The For mal ion of Mad ras", Part l ,

reviewed, Xll 181

BUTTERWORTH, Major-Gen. w. J. (d. 1856)

portrait and career, xxxvI II 126-7, ill.

BUTTONS AND BUTIONHOLES

see also Badges of Rank and Appointment

ill. article on, X IJI J 59-J 69 (comment and correction), xm 245; of Army Chaplains, xI u 162; of farr iers (1768), xrn 213; in army (1687-92), xv 153-4; (1752), XIV 70;

regi mental num ber to appear on (1767), xiv 129, XIX 22; of artillery trains (1683),

XV 114; (1696-1702), XIV 113-7, S.N. 6,

15-16· ( 1 708- 14), xvm 48; of militia

regim nts (1757-1935), xv 214-248, ill. (Scott ish, 1798-1881), XXVI 49-56, _ill. (Welsh, 1757-1881), XXXII 57-63, 111.;


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BUTTONS AND BUTTONHOLES-continued

grouping to denote rank (1822-55), XVI 218-9, XXXI 144; (1812), XXVIII 30; desin

to denote rank (1855-80), XVI 221; m regulations of 1767, xxx1 14, 1802, XIX

202-7, 213-220, 1829, xx 233, 236, 1855,

xvm 131; found on Dartmoor, xxr 104-5, ill.; book about, xxxv 120; of London Volunteers, XL 3-22; of Staff (1780-1900), XIII 162· number on gaiters (1784-1800), XIII 247'. colour of sergeants' (1752), XIV, 246; of Australian regiments, xxxv 168,

ill.; on staff uniforms (1767-1855), 66-84,

ill., 97-108, ill., 144-158, ill., (1855-1939)

XXXII 123-31, ill., XXXII 166, ill.; of South African regiments, xxxm 162-7, ill.; of Dragoon Guards and Dragoons (1764), XIII 92, XIV 127, XVI 30; (1767), XIII 93,

XVI 31; of Heavy Cavalry (1796), XVI 46,

48; of Major-Gen.'s coat (1812), xxvm 29, ill.

Abercrombie's Regiment (1756), XXH 171

Aberdeenshire Militia, xxvI 50

Aberystwyth University College O.T.C., xvn 19

Aberdeen University O.T.C., xvn 16

Addiscombe Military Seminary, xxxv1 64, ill. African Corps, Royal, XVII 155

Aldenham School O.T.C., xvn 19 Ampleforth College O.T.C., xvn 19 Anglesey Militia, xxxri 58, ill.

Anstruther's Regiment (1756), xxn 171

Arabi n's Regiment (1756), xxn 171 Ardingly College 0.T.C., XVII 20, ill. Argyllshire Militia, XXVI 50, ill.

Arlington Light Cavalry, xvn 216 Armoured Corps, Royal, xxv 167 Army Catering Corps, xxv 170 Army Motor Reserve, xxxI 185

Artillery, Royal, v 9, XXII 256, XXVII, S.N. VI 16, XXXVI 63-4, ill., 143, XXXVII 47, ill., 64, ill.,

110-11, ill.

Ayrshire Militia, xxvI 51, ill. Bandon Boyne, XVII 212 Bandon Independents, xvn 212

Bangor University College O.T.C., XVII 19, ill.

Barnard Castle School 0.T.C., xvn 20

Battle-Axe Guard, Ireland, xvn 184, ill. Bearstead and Malling Local Militia, xxxrv

120, ill.

Bedford Modern School O.T.C., xvn 20 Bedford School O.T.C., xvn 20 Bedfordshire Militia, xv 218

Bengal Artillery, xxxrx 87

Bengal Native Infantry, xxxrx 16

Berkeley Infantry Volunteers, xxx1x 161 Berkshire Militia, xv 219

Berwick Militia, xxvr 51, ill.

BUTTONS AND BUTTONHOLES-continued

Birkenhead School O.T.C., XVII 20 Birmingham University O.T.C., xvn 16, ill. Black Watch (see also 42nd Foot), XIII 164,

iJl., XVIII 121

Blarney Volunteers, xvn 213

Bombay Foot Artillery, xxxvI 64, ill. Bombay Horse Artillery, xxxix 103 Border Light Horse, xxxm 164, ill. Bradfield College O.T.C., xvn 20, ill. Brecknockshire Militia, xxxn 58, ill. Bridlington School O.T.C., XVII 21, ill. Bristol University O.T.C., XVII 17 Bristol Volunteers, Royal, xxxrx 161 Bromsgrove School O.T.C., XVII 21, ill. Buckinghamshire Militia, xv 219, ill. Buffs, XVII 133, ill.

Caher Union, xvu 215 Cambridge Militia, xv 220, ill.

Cambridge University O.T.C., xvu 17 Campbell College O.T.C., XVII 21 Cam pbell's Regiment (1756), xxn l 7l Canadian Militia, XXVIII 29

Canadian Rifle Regiment, Royal, xxxrv 61, ill.

Canford School O.T.C., xvu 21

Cape Fortress Engineers, xxxIII 164, ill. Cape Garrison Artillery, xxxm 164, ill. Cape Mounted Police, XXXIII 164, ill.

Cape Mounted Riflemen (Colonial), xxxm 162, ill., 164, ill.

Cape Town Irish, xxxIII 164, ill. Carberry Independents, XVII 212 Cardigan Militia, xxxrr 59, ill. Carmarthen Militia, xxxn 60, ill. Carnarvon Militia, xxxn 60, ill. Carrick Union, XVII 215

Cashel Volunteers, XVII 215 Charterhouse School O.T.C., XVII 22 Cheshire Militia, xv 220, xxv 129, ill.

Cheshire Yeomanry Cavalry, xxxiv 105, ill. Christ's Hospital O.T.C., xvII 22 Churcher's College O.T.C., xvII 22 Clanwilliam Union, xvn 211

Clifton College O.T.C., XVII 22 Clogheen Union, XVII 211 Clonmel Independents, XVII 215

Coldstream Guards, XIII 165, ill., XVI 78, XVIII 44, 45, XXII 53-4, 341, XXIII 170,

XXVIII 106

Connagh Rangers, XVII 210

Connaught Rangers, XIII 162, ill. of 164 Coote's Regiment (I692), xrv 179

Cork Artillery, XVII 212

Cork Boyne, XVII 212 Cork Cavalry, XVII 210 Cork Union, xvn 212

Cornhill Military Association, IV 206 Cornwall Militia, xv 221, ill., xxv 129, ill.


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County Clare Horse, xvn 210 County Limerick Horse, xvn 21 O

Creighton's Regiment (1692), XIV 179 Culloden Volunteers of Cork, XVII 212 Cumberland Militia, xv 221 Curraghmore Rangers, XVII 211

Cutt's Regiment (1691), XIV 178

Daniel Stewart's College O.T.C., xv11 23 Dartford Grammar School O.T.C., XVII 23 Derbyshire Militia, xv 122, xxv 129, ill. Devonshire Militia, xv 222-3, ill., xxv 130,

ill. (correction) XVI 116

Devon Yeomanry Artillery, xxxvI 65, ill. Diamond Fields Horse, xxxm 164, ill.

Dockyard Volunteers, xx 183 Doneraile Rangers, xvn 213

Doneraile Rangers Light Dragoons, xvn 210 Dorchester Grammar School O.T.C., xvn 23 Dorsetshire Artillery Volunteers, xxxvI 65,

ill.

Dorsetshire Militia, xv 223 Dorsetshire Regiment, XIII 167, ill. Dover College O.T.C., XVII 23 Downside School O.T.C., XVII 23

Drogheda 's Regiment (1692), xiv 179, xv 154

Drum Division of ThurJes Union, XVII 215 Dublin Volunteers, xvn 217

Duke of York's Highland Fencibles, xxvI 22, ill.

Dulwich College O.T.C., XVII 24 Dumfries Militia, XXVI 52

Durham Militia, xv 224, ill. (correction), XVI 116, XXV 130, ill.

East India Company, xxxv1 64, i ll. Eastbourne College O.T.C., xv11 24 Edinburgh Academy O.T.C., xvn 24 Edinburgh County Militia, xxvI 52, ill. Edinburgh University 0.T.C., XVII 17

Edinburgh Volunteer Artillery, XXXVI 65, ill. Elthorne Militia, Royal, xv 235

Emanuel School O.T.C., XVII 24

Essex Artillery Volunteers, xxxv1 65, ill.

Essex Fencible Infantry, Loyal, xxv 90, ill. Essex Militia, xv 224-5, ill.; (I855-81), xxv

130, ill., XXXVIII 137, ill.

Eton College O.T.C., XVII 24 Fethard Independents, xvn 215 Fifeshire Militia, XXVI 52

Fingal Regiment, xxvn 45 Flintshire Militia, XXXII 60-1, ill. Forfarshire Militia, xxvr 53, ill.

Frampton Vol unteers, VII 219, xxxvm 78 French Guards (1697), xrn 83

Galloway Militia, XXVI 53

George Heriot's School O.T.C., xvn 25 Glamorgan Militia, xxxn 61, ill.

Glasgow Academy 0.T.C., XVII 25 Glasgow High School O.T.C., XVII 26

BUTTONS AND BUTTONHOLES-continued

Glasgow University O.T.C., XVII 17 Glenalmond (Trinity College) O.T.C., XVII 26 Glin Artillery, XVII 214

Gloucestersh ire Militia , xv 225

Gloucester Yeomanry, xxxvI 183, xxxvII 2 Gold Coast Artillery, xxxvI 64, ill.

Great Island Cavalry, xvn 210

Grenadier Guards, x 64-5, ill., xvu 217, ill., XIX 65, XXII 53, 56, XXX 158, ill., XXXIX 1-2,

iJJ., S.N. 7, 68, ill.

Guernsey Artillery Militia (c. 1821), xxvn 44 Hamilton's Regiment (1691-2), XIV 178 Hampshire Militia, xv 226, ill.

Hawke Union of Cove, XVII 212 Herefordsh i re Local M i litia, S.N. 7, 32

Herefordshire Mil i tia, xv 226, ill., xxr 37 xxv 1 30, i ll.

Herefordshire Militia, xv 226, ill., xxv 130, ill.

Herne Bay College O.T.C., xvu 27

Hertford Grammar School O.T.C., xvn 27 Hertfordshire Militia, xv 227, ill.

Hillhead High School O.T.C., xvrr 27

Horse Artillery , Royal, XXIX 170, ill., XXXVI 64, ill.

Horse Grenadier Guards, xx 151, s.N. 6, 14 Horse Guards, xx 149-50

Horse Guards, Royal, see Royal Horse Guards

Huntingdonshire Militia, xv 227, xxv 129 Hurstpierpoint College O.T.C., XVII 27 Ibstock Volunteers, xxvm 88

Imokilly Horse XVII 209

Imperial Light Horse, xxxm 162-3, ill. lnchiquin's Foot (1708), xrv 220 Inchiquin Fusiliers, XVII 213

Indian Native Artillery, xxxv1 64, I.

ill.

Intelligence Corps, xxv 168, ill. Inverness-shire Militia, xxvr 53, ill. Irish Fusiliers, Royal, xm 166

Irish Regiment, Royal, xm 165, ill., xxm 170 Keith's Highl anders, see 87th Foot

Kelly College O.T.C., xv11 27 Kelvinside Academy O.T.C., xvn 28

Kent Militia, xv 228, ill., xxv 130, ill., xxxrv 143, ill.

Kerry Legion, xvn 213

Kerry Legion Cavalry, XVII 210 Kilcooly True Blues, xvn 215 Kilworth Light Dragoons, xvn 209 Kilworth Volunteers, xvn 213 Kimberley Regiment, xxxm 165, ill.

King William 's College O.T.C., XVII 28 King's College, Taunton, 0.T.C., XVII 28 King's German Legion, xxxr 12, ill.

King's Own Royal Regiment , rv 33, xm 162, 168, ill., XXVIl 159, i]J.


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King's Regiment, xm 164, ill.

King's School (Canterbury) 0.T.C., xvII 28 King's School (Grantham) O.T.C., XVII 28 King's School (Worcester) O.T.C., XVII 28 Kinnelea and Kerrech Union, XVII 223

Lam btou's Regi ment (1756), xx 171 Lanark and Dumbarton Cavalry, XXVI 82 Lanarkshire Militia, xxvr 54, ill.

Lancashire Mil!tia, xv 228-230, XVI 116,

xxv 129-130, Ill.

Lancaster Royal Grammar School O.T.C., XVII 32

Leeds University O.T.C., XVII 17 Leicestershire Militia, xv 230-1, xxv 130, ill. Leicestershire Regiment, XIII 165 Leicestershire Yeomanry, xxv 128, ill.

Leys School O.T.C., xvn 29

Limerick Volunteers, Loyal, xvn 214 Lincolnshire Militia, xv 231-2, xxv 131, ill. Lismore Blues, xvn 2l1

Liverpool College O.T.C., xvu 29 Liverpool University O.T.C., xvn 17

London and Westminster Light Horse Volunteers, xxvm 169-170

London Militia, xv 232

London University O.T.C., XVII 18 Long Melford Troop (Lancers), XVII 46 Lore Rangers, xvu 211

Loretto School O.T.C., xvn 29 Lymington Squadron, xvn 40

Madras Artillery, XXXVI 64, ill., XXXVII 11-12, ill., XXXIX 88

Madras Infantry Cadet Company, xvm 180 Maidstone Grammar School O.T.C., XVII 29 Mallow Boyne, XVII 212

Mallow Independents, XVII 213 Manchester University 0.T.C., XVII 18 Manners's Regiment (!756), xxn l 71 Marlborough College O.T.C., XVII 30 Meath Militia, XVII 177

Merchiston Castle School O.T.C., XVII 30 Merionethshire Militia, xxx11 61, ill.

Michelburne's Regiment (1691-2), XIV 180 Middlesex Militia, xv 234-5, xxv 131, ill.

Militia and Volunteer Artillery, xxxvI 65, ill. Mill Hill School 0.T.C., XVII 30 Mitchelstown Light Dragoons , xv11 209 Monmouth Militia, xxxn 62, ill.

Montague's Regiment (I756), xxn 17l Montgomery Militia, xxxII 62, ill.

Munden's Foot (1708), XIV 220 Munster Corps Cavalry, XVII 211 Napier's Regiment ( 1756), xx11 1 71 Natal Medical Corps, xxxm 165, ill. Natal Mounted Rifles, xxxm 165, ill. Nenagh Volunteers, xvn 215

Newport Cavalry, XVII 211 Newport Vol unteers, XVII 215

BUTTONS AND BUTTONHOLES-continued

Newton College O.T.C., xvn 30

Norfolk Militia, xv 236, xxv 131, ill., XXIX 184, ill.

North British Fusiliers, Royal, see Scots Fusiliers , Royal

Northamptonshire Militia, xv 237 Northamptonshire Yeomanry Cavalry, xxv

140

Northcote's Dragoons (1694) , xiv 86

Northumberland Mili tia (1840-81), xv 237, ill., xxv 131, ill.

Nottingham Universi ty College O.T.C., XVII 18

Nottinghamshire Militia, xv 238, xix 49,

XXXIV 32

Oakham School O.T.C., XVII 31 Ormond Union (1779), XVII 215 Ormond Union Cavalry, XVII 211 Oundle School O.T.C., XVII 31

Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire Light Infantry, xm 166

Oxfordshire Militia, xv 238 Oxford University O.T.C., XVII 18 Passage Union, xvn 212

Pembroke Militia, xxx1 41

Perry's Regiment (I756), xxn 171 Perthshire Militia, xxvi 55, ill.

Peter Symond's School O.T.C., XVII 31 Portora Royal School O.T.C., XVII 31 Portsmouth Grammar School O.T.C., xvn 31 Prince Alfred's Guard of Port Elizabeth,

XXXIII 165, i]J.

Princess Alice's Own Pretoria Regiment, XXXIII 167, ill.

Queen Mary's Grammar School (Walsall) 0.T.C., XVII 31

Queen's Regiment, xx 159-161 Queen's University O.T.C., XVII 16

Radnor Militia, xxxII 63, ill. Reading School O.T.C., xv11 32 Reconnaissance Corps, xxv 169 Renfrewshire Militia , xxv1 55, ill. Repton School O.T.C., xv11 32 Riddlestown Hussars, XVII 211

Rifle Brigade, XIII 162, ill ., xx 41, XXXJ 33, xxxvI 47

Rockingham Volunteers, xvn 220

Rossall School O.T.C., XVII 32

Ross-shire Miiitia, xxn 305, xxvr 56, ill. Rothesay and Caithness Fencibles, VI 99 Rowe's Regiment (1692), xiv 179

Royal (Dick) Veterinary College, Edinburgh,

0.T.C., XVII 18

Royal Horse Guards, vr 72-3, 75-6, XIII 83,

XX 152, XXIII 155, XXX!X 72 S.N. 6, 9, 14

Royal Hospital, Chelsea, xix 105-6, 109-8 Rutland Militia, xv 239, ill.

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St. Andrew's Univer sity O.T.C., xv11 18 St. Bee' s School O.T.C., XVII 33

St. Dunstan's College O.T.C., xvTJ 33

St. Edm unds School, Canterbury, O.T.C.,

XVII 33

St. Helena Art illery, xxxv1 64. ill. St. Paul's School O.T.C., xvu 34 Salisbury Volunteers, xx 57

Scotch Volunteer Rifle Corps, xxx1x 126, 128 Scots, Royal, 1v 30, xx11 304, xxm 170

Scots Fusiliers, Royal, 1v 108, xm 162, ill ., XIV 179, 21 3, XXVIll 143, XXIX 26, iJJ., XXX IIJ ] , ill.

Scots Greys, Royal, m 242, xm 83, 162,

XIV 125, XV 153, XVI 26, 3J -2, 36, 39, 130-2,

139, 193, 194, 197, 202

Scots Guards, xm 1 62, ill., 165, xxn 54, 56,

XXVI! 44, S.N. 7, 16, 68, ill.

Scots Troop of Horse Guards (1699-1706), xv 117-19

Scottish Gendarmes, xvm 84, 86 Sheffield University O.T.C., xvn 18 Shrewsbury School O.T.C., xvn 34 Shropshire Militia, xv 239, ill.

Sir Roger Manwood 's School O.T.C., XVI I 34 Sleiverdagh Light Dragoons, XVII 211 Solihull School O.T.C., xv11 34

Somersetshire Militia, xv 240, xxv1 167

South African Heavy Artillery (1915-18), xxxm 166, i 11.

South African Light Horse, xxxm 163, ill.

South Salopian Regiment, XVII 44 Staffordshire Militia, xv 241 , ill. Stonyhurst College O.T.C., XVII 35 Stowe School O.T.C., XVII 35

Suffolk M ilitia , xv 241-2, xxv 131, ill. Suffolk Yeomanry Cava l ry, xxrr 239 Surrey Militia, xv 242-3, xxv 131, ill. Surrey Yeomanry Cavalry, xxvm 172 Sussex M ilit ia, xv 244, s.N. 7, 16, ill. Sutton Valence School O.T.C., xvn 35 Templemore Light Dragoons, xvn 21 1 Tipperary Light Dragoons, XVII 211

Tonbridge School O.T.C., xvn 35 Tower Ham lets Militi a, xv 233 Tralee Vol unteers, Royal, xvu 2 I3

Transvaal Cycle and Motor Corps, xxxm 166, ill.

True Blue, Cork, Cavalry, xvu 209

True Bl ue, Cork, Infantry, xvrr 212 Ulster Rifles, Royal, xm 166

Umvoti Mounted R ifles, xxxm 165, ill.

United Arts Rifles, xvn 170, ill.

University College School O.T.C., XVII 35

BUTTONS AND BUTTONHOLES-continued

Uppingham School O.T.C., xvu 35 Uxbridge Corps, xvn 43

Waggon Train, Royal , xr I 00, xxv1 23, ill.

Wales, University of: see Aberystwyth, and Bangor

Warwickshire Miltia, xv 244

Waterford Artillery, xvn 215 Waterford Independents, xvu 215 Waterford Union, xvn 211

Welch Fusiliers, Royal, Iv 110, xm 162, 165-6, XXII 219, ill., 306, XL 64

Welch Regi ment, xrn 165, ill.

Wellington College O.T.C., XVII 36 West Essex Corps, xvn 39

West Renfrew Local Mi i i tia, XXIX 44 West Somerset Yeomanry, xxXII 1-2, ill.

Westbury Volunteer Infa ntry, Loyal, xxxvm 81

Western Rifles, xxxm 165, ill.

Westminster Militia, xv 235

Westmor land Militia, xv 245, xxv 131, il l. Wh itmore's Regiment (1756), xx 11 171 Wiltshire Militia, xv 245

Winchcom b and Sudeley Loyal Volunteer Infantry' XXXVl!l 81

Worcester Royal Grammar School O.T.C.,

XVII 32

Worcestersh i re Arti llery Volunteers, xxxvr 65, il l.

Worcestershire Mil itia, xv 246 Worksop College O.T.C., XVII 37 Wrekin College O.T.C., XVII 37

Yeoman of the Guard and Yeoman Warders of the Tower, xx 149

Yorksh ire Militia, xv 246-8, xxv 131, ill. Yougha l Rangers, xvrr 212

Youghal Union Fusiliers, xvrr 213

1st Dragoon Guards, m 231, xm 82-4, 87-90,

92-5, 106 ill., XL 55

l st Dragoons, m 240-41 , xiv 100, 125, 127,

128, 130-1, 132, 134, 139, 142, xvi l00-5

1st Foot, see Scots, Royal

1st Foot Guards, see Grenadier Guards

1st Grahamstown Volu nteers, City of, xxxm 164, ill.

!st Hertfordshire Light Horse, xx1 8-10

1st Lancashire Mounted Rifles, xx1 J 1

1st Northamptonshir e Mounted Rifles, xxr 13 2nd Bombay Light Cavalry, xxv11 106

2nd Dragoon Guards, m 232-3 , xm 96-8, 103 2nd Dragoons, see Scots Greys, Royal

2nd Foot, see Queen's Regiment

3rd Dragoon Guards, m 234-5, xm 103-4

3rd (Light) Dragoons, Ill 243, XIV 125, XV!ll

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3rd Foot, see Buffs

3rd Foot Guard s, see Scots Guards

4th Dragoon Guards, m 235-6, xxIV 93,

XXVII 186

4th (Light) Dragoons, m 244-5, XVIII 22, ill.,

XXIX 36, ill.

4th Foot, see Ki ng's Own Royal Regiment 4th South African Infantry, xxxrv 135,

referring to xxx 111 164, ill.

5th Dragoon Gu ards, m 236-7, xiv 206-7 5th Dragoons, m 245-6, xiv 209, xxx 7 5th Foot,IV 34, XlII 162

6th Dragoon Guards, m 238, xm 159, xiv

207-8, XXIV 93, XXXTV 22

6th Dragoons, m 246-7, xiv 85, xxv , 87 ill. 6th Foot, XIII 166, ill., XXL! 256

6th North British Militia, xxx 90, ill.

7th Dragoon Guards, m 239, XIV 208

7th (Light) Dragoons (Hussars), m 247, xv 11

58, 117, xxvn 95, ill., xx 1x 38, xxxv 50-1,

XXXIX 18, iJ J., 77

8th (Light) Dragoons (Hussars), 1 25-6, ill., m 248-9, xm 240, ill., xiv 126, 209, xvm 22, i l l. , XXII 44, XXV 75, XXIX 39

8th Foot, see King's Regiment 9th Dragoons, rn 249-50 , xxix 39 9th Foot, V 37, xm 163

9th Lancers, xxv 95, il l.

10th (Light) Dragoons (Hussars), m 250-l ,

XIV 98, xxv 116, xxxm 47, ill., XXXIV 151,

ill., XXXV!l 184, il l.

I0th Foot, xxu 301, xxvn 1, ill.

11th (Light) Dragoons (Hussars), m 251 -52, XVlII ]89, XX 125-7, il l., XX IV 198, ill. , XXXI13, ill. ; ( 1787), XXX II 25

11th Foot, XIV 177

12th (Light) Dragoons (Lancers), m 253-54,

XIV 210, XXU 264

12th Foot , V 93, S.N. 6, 5

13th (Light) Dragoons, II 254-5, X V 210,

xvm 22, ill.

13th Foot,IV 93

14th (Light) Dragoons, m 255-56, xxvm 84 14th Foot, xm 166, ill., xxr 36

15th Light Dragoon s ( Hussars), m 256, XIX 70, 72, il l., XX 43, XX !J71-2, XXVI 1, ill. , XXXIV 23, il l.

15th Foot , xm 165, 167, ill.

16th Light Dragoons (Hussars), m 257,

XXV J 35, XXVI 42, XXV III 95, XXXVI32, 33,

ill.

17th Light Dragoons (Lancers), m 258,

xx1x 34, 39, xxxm 186

17th Foot, xm 162, ill., 165, i ll.

18th (Light) Dragoons, rn 259-260, xm 162 18th Foot, see Irish Regiment, Royal

19th Foot, xm 163, ill.


BUTTONS AND BuTTON HOLES-co11ti1111ed

19th Lancers (l816-21), I28, ill.

20th Foot, IV 108, xm 166, ill., XIV 178 20th Light Dragoons, xxxvu 184

21st Foot, see Scots Fusiliers, Royal

21st Light Dragoons, xxu 253

2 1st Pu njab Regiment, I.A., xxx 141 22nd Dragoons (1940), xxv 169, i ll.

22nd Foot, IV 109, XIII 165, ill., XIV 178, xv

154

22nd Light Dragoons, xxx 173, il l. 23rd Foot, see Welch Fusiliers, Royal 23rd Hussars (1940), xxv 169, ill.

23rd Light Dragoons, xxv1 113-4, i ll.

24th Foot, IV 1ll, x m 164, XXIV 52, i l l., 199, ill.

24th Lancers (1940), xxv 169

25th Dragoons (1940), xxv 169, ill.

25th Foot, IV 112, XIV 214, XV I146-7, XIX 22,

23, 29-33

26th Foot, xm 165, ill., xxxu 179 26th Hussars (1940), xxv 169, il l.

27th Foot,IV ] 14, XIV 214, xxu 155, 1 56, ill.

27th Lancers (l940), xxv 169, ill.

28th Foot,IV 114-15, XIV 214, xx 49

29th Foot, XIII 165, V I15

30th Foot,IV ll6, XIII 165 31st Foot, XIII 165, XIV 215

32nd Foot, xm J 64, ill.

33rd Foot, IV 170, xnr 165, ill., X IV 21 5,

xxxvu 143, ill.

34th Foot, XIII 162

35th Foot, V 172, XIV 216 , XXXI 14, ill.,

XXXVIJJ J 11, ill .

36th Foot, Xlll 163, XIV 216, XX! 37

37th Foot , IV 173, XIII 164, ill., XIV 216, XX !

10 1 , XXlll 1 70

38th Foot, IV J 74, Xlll 162, 165-6, ill., XXllI

130, 170, xxxv 95, ill.

39th Foot, rv 175, Xlll 163, XIV 2 1 7, XVII 134,

ill.

40th Foot , IV 176, XX X 39

41st Foot, xm 162, 164-5, ill. 42nd Foot, v 26, XXXI86, ill. 43rd Foot, v 28, x m 164, ill.

44th Foot, v 28, Xlll 165, XVIII 222, XX IX 116,

ill.

45th Foot, v 29, xm 163

46th Foot, v 30, xm 163 47th Foot, v 31, xm 166, ill.

48th Foot, v 32, X lll 162, 165, ills., XIV 218

49th Foot, v 33, Xlll 163, 165-6, ills., XVIII

223, XXV III 30, S.N. 7, 16, ill.

50th Foot, xxx 35, ill. 51st Foot , v 67

52nd Foot, XX III 170

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54th Foot, v 69, xm 162-3, 165

55th Foot, v 70, xm 162, i ll ., xxr x 39-40 56th Foot, v 71, XIV 218

57th Foot, v 71, xxrx 40

58th Foot, v 72, xxrx 40 59th Foot, XIV 219

60th Foot, XIX 215 61st Foot, XXIX 40

62nd Foot , 11 105, xm 162-3, ill s., xxx 187,

XXXIX 59

63rd Foot, v 127-8

64th Foot, v 128, xxrn 170 65th Foot, xm 163

67th Foot, xm 163, ill .

68th Foot, XIII 163, 165, i ll., X IV 219, XV II 134,

ill.

72nd Foot, XXIII 170

73rd Foot, xm 166, ill. 74th Foot, xm 165 75th Foot, XXII 343 76th Foot , xm 165

77th Foot, xm 164, il l., xxxrx 39 78th Foot, XL 87, ill.

79th Foot, XXXI 85, il l.

80th Foot , XIII 162, XXI 123; (1838), XXl!l 170

81st Foot, VI 161-2, xv 180, XXVI 22

82nd Foot, XIII 165, XXlll 170

83rd Foot, xm 164, xxm 170, xxxu 179 85th Foot, xxv 69

87th Foot, XXXI 95, ill., XXX ll 179, XL 86, ill. 88th Foot, xm 164

89th Foot, xm 164

90th Foot, XVII 134, ill., 9 1 st Foot, XXIII 170

92nd Foot, XXIIJ 170, XX IV 11, XX I X I

93rd Foot, v1 163 94th Foot , xxm l70

96th Foot, xXXIv 81, ill. 97th Foot, xm 164, il l.

99th (Jamaica) Foot, xrv J 81

99th Foot, XIII 164, XXXIV 177, i ll.

lOOth Foot, 1 210, ill. I OJ st Foot, VI 163 104th Foot, XXXIV 46

I 13th Foot, xxxm 15

I18th Foot, xxvrr 45


"BUTTON-MAN"

meaning, n 156

BUTTRICK, Major John

at Concord (1775), xv 25

BUXAR, battle of (1764)

composite battalion of King's Troops, xx 113, 174

BY, Lieut-Col. John

Ottawa, originally called after, 1x 127; ill s. of tablet commemorating construction of Rideau Canal under his direction, Ix 173- 74 ; supervised building of Royal Small Arms Factory, Enfield Lock (1804), xu 198

BYERLEY, Col. Robert (d. 1714) arms, xm 232, ill.

BYNG, Admiral John (1704-57)

mentioned, VI 13; fate, v11 258, vm 229 ; action off Minorca, xxvm 133, XXIX 111-13

BYNG, Gen. Sir John

See Strafford, F. M. John , !st Earl of (d. 1860)

BYNG, Admiral Sir George (later Lord Torring­ ton) ( 1663-1733)

in relief of Messina and battle of Cape Passaro, XVI I 236, xvm 59, XX! 142, XXlll 47-51; in attack on Messina, xxm 51-2

BYR NE, Private Charles

awarded a silver cross, xxx 134

BYRON, Lord John (d . 1652)

besieges Nantwich, v 168; defeated by Fairfax, I 169-171 ; por t rait, v, facing p. 170; his accou nt of battle of Roundway Down, XXX I 127-1 3 1


CABLES

(J 745), Vlll 255, ill.

CADELL, Lieut.-Col. Charles

portrait (c. 18 12), referred to, xxm 77

CADELL, \ st Lieut. Henry Moubray in Lang's Indi