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General regulations and orders for His Majesty"s forces

Great Britain. War Office. Adjutant General.

General regulations and orders for His Majesty"s forces

by Great Britain. War Office. Adjutant General.

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Published by Grierson in Dublin .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Contains some material relating to Ireland.

Statement(Henry Pigot: AdjutantGeneral).
ContributionsPigot, Henry.
The Physical Object
Paginationvii, 248 p.
Number of Pages248
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19282093M

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  The affair, he said, would certainly be taken up by the minister of militia when it had been reported on officially, as it would be. The idea that one band of his majesty's army refuses to play with another band of the same army because an American union orders it, was certainly something which should be looked into and action taken regarding it. British forces were fortunate in beginning the conflict with a uniform set of regulations, Edward Harvey's Manual Exercise as Ordered by His Majesty in , a treatise that provided a single rule book on which all crown regiments based field organization, formations, and maneuvers. Another influential work was the never-published system of.


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The Queen's Regulations (first published in and known as the King's Regulations when the head of state is a king) is a collection of orders and regulations in force in the Royal Navy, British Army, Royal Air Force, and Commonwealth Forces, where the Queen is Head of State, forming guidance for officers of these armed services in all matters of discipline and personal conduct.

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Instructions and Regulations for the Formations and Movements of the Cavalry, A version aimed at cavalry officers. In the aftermath of the American War of Independence, during which the British infantry had fought in looser formations than previously, rigid close-order linear formations had been advocated by Major General David Dundas.

His Rules and regulations for the formations, field-exercise, and movements, of His Majesty's forces became the standard drill book for the infantry. As the wars. His Royal Highness therefore orders that every serjeant of Cavalry and Infantry shall provide himself with a copy of this book; and he further orders, that the rules therein laid down for the instruction and drill of the Soldier, the Platoon and Company, shall be strictly.

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Army. The commanding officer is the only officer advanced in front, for the general purpose of exercise when the battalion is single ; but in the march in line, and in the firings, he is in the rear of the colours.