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Page 397 - Men muft be furnilhed with one pair of new dockings every three years, in time of peace ; and every year, in time of war...
Page 370 - When Officers, notwithftanding all orders to the contrary, get drunk together, begin quarrels, rencounters, and duels, either in liquor, or at play, or are guilty of any other fuch like offenfive practices, they muft be put under arreft, and tried by a Court-martial, which...
Page 75 - Ihoulder, and place your left hand with a quick motion above the lock -, holding the piece right up and down in both hands before you, and your left hand even with your eyes. 3. Step...
Page 403 - REGIMENTS are conftantly to be kept in the fame good order, the whole year throughout, in which they are at their Review; it is his Majefty's...
Page 3 - Regiment complete, are never to march under arms, but when any of the men fall fick, in which cafe they muft fupply their places.
Page 370 - As it appears by daily experience that moft quarrels happen over liquor, exceflive drinking, therefore, muft be altogether prohibited amongft Officers in general ; and the Colonels and Commandants of Regiments are, in the ftricteft manner, to forbid it, and likewife to keep a watchful eye over the behaviour of their Officers in this refpe<5t.
Page 370 - Court-martial, which fhall adjudge a double degree of punifhment for every crime committed in confequence of drunkennefs; as for example, when an Officer, being fober, *is guilty of a crime, for which, according to the Articles of War, he is condemned to lofe three months pay, to be Confined a year in a fortrefs, to be cafhiered, to be...
Page 74 - Cartridge into the muzzle, make all the powder into the barrel. 2. Place your right hand clofed, with a quick and ftrong motion, upon the rammer. 13. Draw your Rammers! . . i motion. Draw out the Rammer with as quick a motion as poffible, place it above your waift-belt, and fhorten it, holding it in a line with the barrel of your Firelock. 14. Put them in the Barrels! . i motion. Pufh the Rammer down the barrel, then...
Page 323 - Every day alfo an Officer, and fometimes a Field-Officer, muft vifit the hofpital, to examine into the real ftate of every thing : the Surgeon-Major is in a particular manner required to attend the fick diligently, to give them the proper medicines regularly, and to order alfo fuch food and liquors as are moft luitable to their different diforders.