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British Army, 1783-1802

four lectures delivered at the Staff College and Cavalry School.

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        Paginationxvi, 117 p. :
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in the pound on the full pay to the regimental agent. 44 Fortescue, The British Army, 1783-1802, p.

Bd. 97, H. 3, 1906 of Historische Zeitschrift on JSTOR

5 The regiments of the line were simply 1783-1802 ordinary regiments of the army. 46:11, Townshend to Haldimand, 18 Oct. 67 The purchase system had a noteworthy effect upon the character of the officers in the lower and higher grades of the army. Nor was it applied either lightly or sparingly. 58 History of the British Army, III, 514. 75 that privates were obliged to obtain written permission of the officers of the company in order to marry, "as but few young women could be taken on board when the regiment embarked for foreign service.

62 The purchasing of commissions was not allowed in the artillery. "The rise in the Guards," so a contemporary letter runs, "is 1783-1802 rapid from the suppressions of the ranks of Lieutenant and Major that officers British Army the Line have always the mortification to find after long and painful service, a body of men who supersede them in the profession, and claim most of the elevated posts in the army.