Bill's Temporary Storage Notes: Will Be removed
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Uniformed as hussars converting to the fur busby in 1807. Tarleton before from a 1799 engraving of another hussar regiment in Holland.
Battle of Sahagun 1807 - NW Spain:
Sir Henry Paget with 12 of his 7th Lt. Dragoons as his personal escort commanded a brigade of 10th Lt. Drag. and the 15th Lt. Drag., both uniformed as hussars.
The 15th started with 900+ lads in England before sailing for Spain. Apparently 730+ landed in Spain.
1st Hussar Brigade: Two regiments of two squadrons + a commanding officer each = 50.
Lord Paget, his escort + Gen. William Justinian Pettygree and staff in multiple poses.
Complete before January 3, 2012.
2012 Tentative Plan. Add?
Two more light cavalry squadrons.
1x British Bn. march attack pose.
Miniatures for vignettes from above units.
British heavier cavalry.
1st Hussar Brigade (Lord Paget)
Royal Horse Arty. (2x troops)
15th LD Reenactment Unit
Tarletons only and BIG castings
Front Rank Battalion Packs
or for photographs
See pp. 1-2 of this listing.
Vitrix Colonels Bicornes
"I hesitate to offer painting advice on this board, but for me lace is
quite easy these days. Paint the lace colour all over, run a wash over the area
in the uniform colour, and then lightly drybrush or paint
back the lace. It is not display quality, but it is quick."
Back in England George, the Prince of Wales, was the arbiter of all fashion and as such he decided to bestow first on his own regiment, the 10th, the distinction of being Hussars in in 1806. Lord Paget, now Colonel of the 7th Hussars was a friend of the Prince and thus the 7th were the second regiment to be granted the magnificent uniforms in the same year. In October 1808 the 7th Hussars embarked for Corunna to reinforce Sir John Moore's Army. A bleaker could not have been foreseen. Moore had started the retreat before the 7th Hussars had reached the Army. Two minor conflicts brought the cavalry some renown during the retreat, the first at Sahagun in which two regiment of French Cavalry were overwhelmed, the second at Benavente when the over-enthusiastic leading elements of the French advance were pushed back into the river they had just crossed.
Tenth Hussars: http://nuzhdin-v.euro.ru/zg0272.htm
Fiftheenth Hussars: See reenactmnet site above.
Wearing the tarleton in 1808 based on the 7th's uniform history just above might do.
But this site says NO: See two color photos: