Great Britain. Army. London and Westminster Light House Volunteers, At a special committee of the Light-Horse Volunteers, held the 25th of October 1798, 
At a special committee of the Light-Horse Volunteers, held the 25th of October 1798.
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- 1 sheet ( page) ; 24 cm
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- Text continues: "Ordered, that previous to going into winter quarters, a general field-day and inspection of the corps be appointed for Monday the fifth of November, to assemble in the field in Gray's-Inn-Lane at eleven o'clock, in full regimentals ... by order of the committee, Edward Hughes, Sec. No. 194, Strand, 27th Oct. 1798."
BAC: British Art Center copy addressed to Colonel Herries, Grafton Street. "Charles Herries (1745-1819) was commandant of the Light Horse Volunteers for 25 years. His unit was raised in 1779, disbanded in 1783, reformed again in 1794, and finally disbanded in 1829. Its members were mainly wealthy Londoners, including many merchants and bankers."--National Army Museum, online catalog.
- Subject Terms:
- Great Britain. Army. London and Westminster Light House Volunteers.Herries, Charles, 1745 or 1746-1819.Military discipline -- Great Britain -- Early works to 1800.
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