2 edition of Standing orders of the Royal Canadian Rifles, issued May, 1861. found in the catalog.
Standing orders of the Royal Canadian Rifles, issued May, 1861.
Great Britain. Army. Royal Canadian Rifle Regiment
With the signature of Capt. W.H. Sharpe and his holograph addenda and corrections.
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THE BADGE The black badge of The Brockville Rifles, Royal Canadian Infantry Corps, has its origin in the Maltese Cross of the King’s Royal Rifle Corps, with whom the Brockville Rifles is allied. The crown which surmounts the badge is St. Edward’s Crown which became the official heraldic representation of the Crown for the Commonwealth by. On Aug , a six meter long wall, clad in black granite, topped with four stone mountains replicating the Island of Hong Kong, was unveiled on the banks of the Rideau River in Ottawa. Carved into the granite are the names of Canadian men and women of The Royal Rifles of Canada and The Winnipeg Grenadiers.
The regiment supplied a further company for the 2nd Canadian Rifle Battalion in April The two rifle battalions were re-designated the 1st and 2nd battalions, The Queen's Own Rifles of Canada, in October , and taken on the strength of Canada's regular army. The Ross rifles issued to the Second Canadian Division before it deployed to France in September had some improvements such as resizing the chambers, but the results when they engaged the Germans in October were the same as those of the First Division. The Ross rifle was simply not designed to contend with such conditions.
MAY, WILLIAM J. (). Private, 83 rd New York Infantry, Company G; 1 st New York Light Artillery, Battery H. May was born in the duchy of Sachsen-Meiningen in Germany. After he enlisted on , May mustered into the 83 rd New York Infantry that same day. His muster roll indicates that he was detailed to Thompson’s Battery on. The administrative records include a letterbook of correspondence with military officials concerning troop additions and general orders, ; a ledger which documents the crimes and punishments of soldiers, ; an orderly book which details the day to day activities of the regiment, ; and general orders, paylists, standing.
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