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By Mark Allen
This is the filst of two articles on the French infantry of Marlborought wafs. This first pan can be Iookedon as an 'update'ofthe previous instalments asthe regiments described belowwere all raisedbeforeor duringthe War of the Grand Alliance. This meansthat most of the information listed previouslywill also be relevent for the post 1701period. Therefore,after a short sectionon someof the chanses in equipmenl and dre,swhich affecred Frenchrroop. duniq the Spanish Succession War. t will proceed wilh a li*r of the regiments showing anychangesin uniforms or colonelsA few cornnents night be appropriate hereon rhedevelopmert of fashionable clothingduringthe twentyfive years from the beginningofthe Nine YearsWarto theTreaties ofRastatt and Baden.Between1689and 1714fashionable male attire wouldconsist of thefollowins: degree ofunertainty it secms likely thatbothofficers andmen in the majorityof European armies hadby the niddle years of theWar ofthe Spanish Succession adopted some formoftricorn hat.

Amongst the fashionable many changes had been wrought duringthisperiod,howeveras onlythe neckwear is parricularly relevant to the men and their officers I will confine my comments to thlsarea, The'beau'of 1689 wouldhavewom alacytabaf or'raban'(a neckscarf)wrapped aroundand decorated with ribbons.The ribbonswere stiffenedand positionedbehind the raban to protrude eithersidein a sortof'halo' effect.In1692 theFrench won the closelyfoughtbattle of Steenkirkand the 'folklore' arisingfromthebattle changed thedirecaion of French costume. The soldiers ofthe French armyhadbeensurprised in campby the army of William III and had to hurriedlydress and equip themselvesIn their hastethey are supposed to haveleft rheir neckcloths untiedandtheirclothes in a disorderly manner. This gaverise to the Steenkirkstyle of wearingthe raban and a general adoption of more relded' forms of dress. The 'Steenkirk'was looselywrapped around theneckandrhelonger endpulledthroughthe seventh buttonhole on rhecoat.By the endofthe century a moreformalstylehadbeenre-established, butwithout the ribbons. The endsofthe clothwerenow more often 'tucked in' and this led to the rank and file usins a 'reversedform a. \hown on rhe plares. Yo'r qill ,ee fromihe plates thatrheneckcloths areshown asbeingblack,theWagner plates showthis for all infantryand whilslI havesomedoubrs about the widespread use I have, in the absence of much contradictory evidence, usedblackfor my illustrations.


In 1689 thiswouldnormallybe felt orbeaverwitha largebrim anda low crown.The sizeofthe brirnwasbeginning to reduce afterthe excesses of the 1670s. The edge of rhe brin wasoften decorated in gold or silverlaceand feafiers and ribbonwere addedfor further decoration. The ribbonshowev less obtrusivethan previouslyand were often worn in an embdonicform of cockade. In the 1660s and 1670s hatshad been wom in a multitudeof colours,grey and brown being particularly popular, however by the middleofthe lastdecade of the century black was the dominantcolour. During the yearperiodfollowing twenty 1689there wasalsoa gradual move towards tricorns.It is difficultto quantifyhow thiscameabout or how fastit occured, but by the endof the first decade ofthe eighteenth centurythe ticorn was finnly established as the pre-eminent form ofheadgear. Oneofrbe biggest problems in determining the process ofhange is the difficultyof accurately datingprimaryvisualsources. For example there are a great numberof paintings and other forms of illusaration THE COATAIID VEST depictinq LouisXIV he'oically conducting sieger. ar rhe rhearre oi During the period the coat or'justaucorps'becamemore playing billiards, but veryfew canbe datedclosely to the event obviously styled. The straight, shapeless item of the 1680s had they depict. The evidence seems to point to a fairly rapid by the lastyearsof the centurygained rear pleatsand a more adoption of the tricom between 1698 and1702, bur thse dates well definedsilhouette. The coat sleeves became lonserand arereallyonlyguesses based on thefollowingobsewations: widerandthesleere( ot thevesr or waistcoat couldno longer be 1. IllustEtionsof Louis)(lV whichcanbe datedrobetween seen. The vestitself,whichhadaslateas 1698 beenaslongas 1692 and 1695 show no parriculartricom rype hars the coat,became noticeably shorterasthe eighteenth century amongst rheking andhiscouniels. 2. The worksof Gifford and cuerard, whichdareftom the endofthe War of the GrandAlliance.showa nixrure of SHOES AIID STOCKINGS styles, with Gifford showing mosrofficers in tricomsand No major changes are apparenthere, the shoesbecame the menin othertypes andcuerarddepicting trico.ns ofa 'heavier' 'loose'stylebingwornby and shorter. in the processlosing some of their panicular all. but werestill square generally toedandthe redheels Theproblem iscompounded arrheotherend ofour historical elegance, fashionable from the middle ofthe centurywere stillretained by periodasmostpictures ofMarlborough,Eugene ercdareftom otherswell after the original evenrs. The tapestriesshoutd be the Dutchamongst giventhat the manhimsellhelped reasonably correct, in their WIGS derign. burthewo'|5ofLaguerre andRo:(dalefromlater and should not be too heavily relied upon. Ironicatly Rosts Finally, inpassing, afewchanges weretakingplace in thedesign paintings of Marlborough's campaigns showharstumedup on of periwigs-As the pe od progressed they continuedthe oneor more sides. burno tncorns. Wherher hewasallmtline process of lookingless lik naturalhairwhichhadbegun in the lo ponrayhisconcepL ',\helher of rhedres< of 1704-Sor h; wd; late 1660s. They becametaller with. ftom the mid-1690s, workingftorn 'eyewitness' peaksdiscemable accounts is unknown.Despirerhis considerable at rheir summits. The coloun

l5 too became less natural, with greyandwhitebecomingpopular all but ceased to exist. after the centurvhad turned. To go $ith the fusil a new set of equipmentwasissuedto the French soldier. The cartouchebox was now a smaller 'belly' WEAPONS AND EQIIIPMENT pouchattached beltwasthinner to the waistbelt, the shoulder po\rder The sword was still attached and only held-up the flask. The Frenchinfantry that energed to beginthe conflicts of 1?01 'fantassins' previously hung which had to the waist belt, but the bayonet, hadchanged somewhat fromthe of 1697. Firstly,the was now on the right hip, alongside ihe cartouche box musketeer who hadretired into winter qua(ers for the last time afterthe Treatyof Ryswick hadbecome a tusilier.By 1702 the positionedwith the sword. re-equipingof the French anny with flintlock musketsor fusils TIIE REGIMENT adopted hadbeenalmost completed. They had not, however, who werestill the platoon methodsof fire control used by their Dutch, Below are listedall rcgrmnts formed before 1702 English,and Geman enemies. In the earlierwarsthe Grand in existence on that date.Part Two of this articlewill detail those Alliancehadbeensooufgenealled thatthe advantages of their units formed duing or after 1702. superior tactical doctrine had not been appreciatd,but t}lis Any changes in colonelsareshownandthe colour platesshow time it would be different. Arso rnissing from the French all alterations in the uniforms or flags of these units. Unless infantry battalion, and likewise from most other European statedotherwiseunits not illustrated rctained th samecolours armies, was the pikeman. Th introduction of the flindock in their uniforms, but cut to the new style. (Seethe earlier pans togetherwith the socket bayonet, which enabled fire to of this series for details of these.)Likewisewere the C.O. of continue evenwhenthe bayonet was fixed, had sounded the 1697 is still in command dudng the War of the Spanish 'deathknell' of the 'queenof battles'. Also contributing to the Succession in the his details will be listedunderthe regiment demiseof the pike werethe newtactics.Linear formationsthree earlier part. volleysand to five ranksdeepweretrainedto delivermassed Tables showing the war records of the regiments are also without the offensivepole-armsof before the firepower of the battalion becamethe methodofdecidinginfantry engagements. (Some additional informatiion on drcss and flags has been in tacticsthat modemhistorianssemto providedby Mr- David Wilson. Where this h the casethe Socritical is the change of relevant commenthasbeen marked DW. Many thanks to Mr. be of the opinionthat with the excption of the disputing built-up-areasand fortifications the infantry vs. infantry melee Wilsor for hisinterest andassistance).
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lnitially it wasmy intentionto limit thesearticles to two parts. But. because ofthe amount ofmaterial available, thisis nowthe secondofa threepartseries. All comments made in thefirsipan concerning dress and equipment are alsoapplicable here.The regiments listed hereandin panthreewereformedorreformed duringor after1701. With the exception oftwo, RoyalBaviere (seepart three)all weredisbanded and Enghien at the endof the war. if not before.With the exception of the few foreign regiments raised. all carried plain Colonel'sColours.The &apeaud'ordina ce,,xhere known.are listed.Lirtle information is available on the uniformsof rhesereginents,but for thoseof you who wish to be able to usethe flag derails and reconstruct theregiments, rheevidence seems ro show tharrhey weremorelikelyto wearredthanbluecuffson iheirgreycoars.

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This is the third and iinal parl of the series and coversmore LA FEUILLADE regimentsformed betwccn Louisd'Aubusson. ducde la Feuillade l70l and1709. Allapanfrom Royal 1704: Baviere weredisbanded al the endof the conflict. Service: ltaly andTurin. Beforegoingon lo the regiments themselves in moredetail.l TESSE(Savoy) wouldlike to makea fewcommenls on the regiments listedin 1704: Renede Froulay. comtedeTesse. thisarticleandthe previous pan (see WI64). Service: Alps. (WI64.plate The flagfor the regiment St. Germain'Beaupre one) hasalsobeenshownby other sources as havinga whik saltire on thebluefieldin I and4. andalso ashavingthe fieldsof MONTENEGRE(Piedmontais) 2 and 3 and the saltiresin I and 4 red. The flag for Brancas 1704: Jean-Baptiste, marquis de Montenegre (WI64, plate one) shouldshow an arm. in naturalcolours, (Disbanded in 1705). protruding from the top of the red towers.The flagshownfor BELTRAMBI (halian) tbesecond regiment Froulay(WI64,platetwo) mightbereadas N. de Beltrarnbi what I haveshownaslhe entirefield ofthe flagin each 1705: having (Disbanded in 1706). canton,minus.of course the whitecross. For both Vigier and platetwo) the colonelscolouris showfl Reding(WI64. asthese RANGONI (Italian) N. de Rangoni differfrom the rest.who all. I believe. carried the normalplain 1705: (Fornedfrom the MiliciaofModena). whiteflag. wasformedfromnembers RoyalBaviere of theold Bavarian FUSILIERSDE MONTAGNES 4 baltalions armywhichhadbeenalmost deslroved afterBlenheim andthe U05: Bonaventure (from the Roussillon d'Orffa de Villeplana which wercnowxiled. remnanlsof alongwith rheirsovereign. Milicia) in Flanders. Service: Pyrenees. Anywayhere\ the nextbalchofregiments: SEGURTDANOIS LA RAIMBAUDIERE N. de Segur 1705: 1702: Alexafldre de Goyon.marquis de la Raimbaudiere 1706: Henri-Francois, comtede Segur Ser.r'ice:Garrisons. 170q. I Cemay. comle deDanois (villaviciosa). Service: Spain BOUFTLERS.RFMIANCOUR'] CHOI5FUT 1702: Charles Francois. narquisdc BoufflersRemiancourl NOE 1710: N. chevalier de Choiseul 1706: Marc Roger,marquis de Noe Flanders. Service: Lille andMalplaquet. andSpain. Service: Roussillon Other details: Drummers maf' have dressedin grecn as THORIGNY/CHAMBAUD Boumers. 1706: N. de Thorigny PlSANCON/LESQUEN DE VILLEMENEUST 1706: N. de Chambaud 1702: N. de Pisancon (2 battalions formedfrom the MiliciaofCaen) 1707: N. de Lesquen de Villerneneust Service: Flanders. Service: Italy andthe Alps. JAUCOURT/MANCINI/CHASTES/CLERMONTAUBIGNE/NOGARET MONTOISON 1702: tnuis'Francois. comted AubignedeTign, 1706: N. de Jaucourt 1705: Francois de Calvisson. marquisde Nogaret 1?08: N. de Mancini Scrvice:FIanders. Chastes 1709: LouisdeClermonl-Tonnerre,marquisde 1710: N. de Clermont-Montoison VAUDREUIL/BRANCAS/LOSTANGES 1702: N. de Vaudreuil DUC DE NOAILLES/'I-ABAUME 1706: Henri Anloine-Thomas. chevalier de Brancas-Courdon 1706: Adrien-Maurice, ducde Noailles 1710: N. marquis de Lostanges-Beduer 1713: N. de la Baume Service:Flanders. Service: Roussillon. ARGINY/AUBUSSON/VARENNES GOURNAY 1702:Anloine Camus, comted Arginy 1706:N. d Aubusson 1708: Jean'BaptisledeVarennes-Goumay Service:Garrisons. MARECHAL DE NOAILLES/BOUHYER 1706: Anne-Jules, marechal de Noailles 1709: Benigne de Bouhyer Servie: Roussillon andDauphine

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MONTSORREAU PRATAMANO/CARAFFA (ltalian) l?06: Louis-vincentdu Bouchetde Sourches. de 1707: chevalier Col-N. Pratamano 1?11: N. Caraffa Service: Garrisons. Service: Flanders. ABLOISde IaVIEUVILLE 1706: N. de Abloisde la Vieuvile Service: Dauphine. PONTdUCHATEAU/LEON 1706: N., rnarquis de Pontdu Chateau 1710: N. de Roan,chevalierde Leon Service: Spain andDauphine. PAYRELA/STORFF (Walloor) 1?07: Col-N. Payrela 1710: Col. N. de Stofff PANTOKA/BYLANDT (Walloon) 1707: N. Pantoka 1709: N., baronde Bylandt Service: Flanders. WEINLEY/HAMAT (Walloon) 1707: N. de weinly 1709: N. d'Harnar RHEINGRAF/HOUDENHOE(German) 1707: N. de Rheingraf 1708: N. barond'Houdenhoe Seflice:Flanders. NASSAU/TRTFFERDruHLAND(cerman) t'707, 1709: N. deTrefferd l?11:N. Uhland Service: Flanders. (Walloon) EVOLY/BACHER/COUPIGNY 1707: Col. N. d'Evoly U09: N- de Bacher 1710: N. de Coupigny Service: Flanders. MATRIMONT/BOURE (watloon) 1707: Col. N. d Matrinont 1710: N. d Boure Flandrs. Srvice: (walloon) RUPPELMONDE/BOURNONVILLE 1707: Col. N., marquis de Ruppelmonde 1711: N., chevalier de Bournorville Service: Flanders. POLEON(waltoon) 1707:N. de Poleon Servicernanders. ROYAL BAVIERE (Gennan) 1707: Maximillian-Emmanuel of Bavaria (formed from 2 regrment companies oftbe Bavarian Guards and6oftheFrench d'Alsace) ServiceiOn the Rhine. Thefollowin8 regiments haveflagsdetails listedin Charrie,but Ican find no information on theirformation or history. orSouillacChateaubiant, St.Andre, St.Gery,Saulieu Nexttimer lhe Maisondu Roi and Gndarmie.