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Grant, Strathspey or 1st Highland Regiment Fencible Regiment, 1793-1799.

Herbert Bannerman Mackintosh

Grant, Strathspey or 1st Highland Regiment Fencible Regiment, 1793-1799.

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Published by J.D. Yeadon in Elgin .
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  • Great Britain. -- Army. -- Grant Regiment (Strathspey, or 1st Highland Fencible Regiment

  • Classifications
    LC ClassificationsUA652 G7 M3
    The Physical Object
    Pagination128p.
    Number of Pages128
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17269876M

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The Grant or Strathspey Fencibles were raised when Sir James Grant of Grant, having offered to raise a regiment, he obtained permission to do so, and two months after the declaration of war by France, the regiment was assembled at Forres in the end of April, With the exception of 41 Scottish Lowlanders, three Englishmen, and two Irishmen, the regiment consisted of Highlanders.

Fencibles Regiments (Disbanded) Image right - Colonel James Hope-Johnstone, 3rd Earl of Hopetoun Watercolor by Richard Cosway, –, Wiki Commons Commander of the Southern Regiment of the Scottish Fencibles. It was raised on 2nd March and Disbanded at Linlithgow12th April Fencible Regiments.

Grant, or Strathspey, I am perfectly aware, that an objection may be made to the opinions which I have, with too much presumption, urged as to the value and importance of preserving undisturbed an ancient, faithful, and attached tenantry, and of that personal influence possessed by many former Highland noblemen and landed proprietors, by which they could, at any.

The Strathspey Mutineers: A History of the 1st Highland Fencible Regiment (Paperback) G.M. Fraser £ Paperback. Manchester University Press SIMKINS, PETER WESTLAKE, RAY BECKETT, IAN F.W. Swain Government Printing Office HMSO HUGHES, CLIVE IMPERIAL WAR MUSEUM JEFFREY, KEITH KELLY, TERENCE Leo Cooper MACKINTOSH, H.B.

NATION IN ARMS NOMINAL ROLL OF HONG KONG VOLUNTEER DEFENCE CORPS Royal Hong Kong Regiment (The Volunteers) SIMPSON. List of British fencible regiments explained. This is a list of British fencible fencibles (from the word) were British Army regiments raised in the United Kingdom and in the colonies for defence against the threat of invasion during the Seven Years' War, the American War of Independence and French Revolutionary Wars in the late 18th century.

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Fraser. H.B. Mackintosh, MBE, The Grant, Strathspey or First Highland Fencible RegimentElgin, ; H.B. Mackintosh, MBE, The Inverness Shire Highlanders or 97th Regiment of FootElgin, ; Selections from the Monymusk Papers, Publications of the Scottish History Society, edited by Henry Hamilton, DLitt, Edinburgh, The Scottish Highlands supplied fencible regiments for most of the second half of the 18th century.

The first regiment raised was the Argyle Fencibles in and the last was the MacLeod Fencibles in In all over 20 regiments were created, although they were not all in existence at the same time.

Some Highland fencibles regiments saw action in the Irish Rebellion ofwhile other. Full text of "Historical record of the 71st regiment Highland light infantry, from its formation inunder the title of the 73rd, or McLeod's highlanders, up to the year " See other formats.

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Edinburgh Military Tattoo. Books set in Strathspey, Scotland: [Lost Badenoch and Strathspey, Old Grantown to Aviemore, Upper Strathspey, The Strathspey Mutineers: A History of. Col. 1 (Strathspey) fencibles97 Ft.Inverness militia Biography. The influence and prestige which Grant as chief of his clan enjoyed in Strathspey was enhanced by the popularity earned by his lively concern for local improvement and the welfare of his kinsmen and tenants.

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$ French Voltiger. French Voltiger 15 Regiment Retreat 75mm First Legion Painted Metal Model. The plan of raising a fencible corps in the Highlands was first proposed and carried into effect by William Pitt the Elder, (afterwards Earl of Chatham) in the year During the three preceding years both the fleets and armies of Great Britain had suffered reverses, and it was thought that a "home guard" was necessary as a bulwark against invasion.

In England county militia regiments were. G.M. Fraser is the author of The Strathspey Mutineers ( avg rating, 1 rating, 0 reviews), The Old Deeside Road ( avg rating, 0 ratings, 0 reviews, 5/5(1). This is a list of British fencible fencibles (from the word defencible) were British Army regiments raised in the United Kingdom and in the colonies for defence against the threat of invasion during the Seven Years' War, the American War of Independence and French Revolutionary Wars in the late 18th century.

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