Indemnification to British Officers for Losses Incurred on Campaign 1804

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Army: Indemnification to British Officers for Losses Incurred on Campaign 1804

 

Indemnification for Loss of

1804

Baggage

.   s.   d.

Camp Equipage

.   s.   d.

Horses

.   s.   d.

Colonel

120   0    0

     80   0    0

  31  10   0

Field Officers

100   0    0

     60   0    0

  31  10   0

Captain

  80   0    0

     35   0    0

  18  18   0

Sub and Staff

  60   0    0

     17   10  0

  18  18   0

Adjutant

  60   0    0

     17  10   0

   31 10   0

 

Should a part of Baggage be lost, it is to be estimated at , , or , without entering into the particulars, according to which they are to receive in proportion, upon certificates, stating the circumstances and causes thereof, signed by the officers' themselves, and authenticated by the officers' commanding their regiments.

 

Source: Hood, Nathaniel Lieut. in the Army. Elements of War : or Rules & Regulations of the Army in Miniature ; Shewing the Duty of a Regiment in every Situation, 3rd edition, printed for the author, London; 1804. P. 174

 

Placed on the Napoleon Series: December 2003

 



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