Brassey's History of Uniforms - Napoleonic Wars. by Ian Fletcher

By Ian Fletcher

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About to be dissolved. ' Perhaps the flimsiness of contemporary boots can be illustrated by an anecdote from Ensign Rees Gronow, of the First Guards. ' Hoby was taken aback. '\Nalking to your stable! ' On another occasion Hoby wa visited by Ensign Horace Churchill, of the First Guards, who said that ru boots were so ill-made that he would never use Hoby again. Churchjll must have previously spent a large sum of money in Hoby' shop for when he left Hoby said to his assistant, 'John, close 66,\1ilit01) Dress 011 Campaigll the hutters.

For instance, \Nellington's choice of ground, his use of artillery and his employment of light troops also come into the reckoning. e. the line, and the weapons used by them that is the particular aspect that this Opposite top. Nock screwless lock fitted to a 1796 Heavy Dragoon carbine. Opposite bottom. Volunteer Baker cavalry carbine, with frizzen spring roller. 86 WenpollS chapter deals with. From 1 30 until 1797 the standard British infantry musket was the Land panern musket, the famous 'Brown Bess'.

Opposite bottom. Issue Baker cavalry carbine, with flat lock. 84 Weapons Wenpons85 Issue Baker rifle showing regUlation proof marks. Note browning on barrel. most resounding success and this has as much to do with his arms as his training. It is not the intention here to go into too much detail about the training and tactical deployment of \ Vellington's infantry. It is a most generalised statement to make, but I'm going to state it anyway, and say that it was the triumph of the Biti h line over the French column which was instrumental in driving apoleon's armies from Spain and Portugal, a tactic which was successfully employed right up until the battle of Waterloo in 1815.

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