HIS MAJESTY'S 7TH REGIMENT OF FOOT, ROYAL FUZILIERS
1775 Recruiting Instructions
Regiment in America
7th Regiment Colors
Officers of the Royal Fuziliers
Ft Clinton, 1777
Fort St Jean, 1775
Fort Clinton, 1777
Sgt, Parade Dress, 1773-5
Sgt, Undress, 1773-5
LI Sgt, 1777-1781
Officer's Field Uniform
The Royal Fuziliers in Quebec
Fort Chambly POW's
Siege of Fort St. Jean
Siege of Quebec
Royal Fuziliers Casualties of 1781
Calendar of Events
The 7th of 1775 looked quite different when it was rebuilt in 1777
The slow parade ground movements where abandoned in the field where rapid movement and accurate fire won the day.
At times, firing was conducted by files. Men were paired up, and would cover each other as they fired, loaded, and moved.
The 7th, like the majority of the British Army, became quite adept at woods fighting early in the war.
Roll was typically taken during the first formation of the day.
Inspections were frequent. They ensured the clothing and equipment were functional, and that the men were not acquiring items unlawfully.
A corporal explains the finer points of cooking for a mess of 5 men.
Privates tending to rations for their mess.
Regiments employed laundresses to clean the men's linens. These women held business licenses and were well paid.
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