Excerpt from Brigade Drill, as Established by Order in the Field Exercise and Evolutions of Infantry, as Revised in 1861: With Remarks and References
AT the suggestion of parties who found the little work I wrote on Brigade Drill of use, when the Field Exercise and Evolutions... established in 1833 were in force, I have drawn up another Book on a similar plan; but my task has been far easier. All is so plainly laid down in the present Field Exercise that I have had little more to do than to arrange in methodical order, and place in a tabular form, what has been therein very clearly expressed.
As in every Manoeuvre of a Regiment it ought to be drilled as if holding a designated place in a Brigade, I think the tabular sheets* will be found serviceable to those who are merely studying Bat talion Drill, for in all changes the position of Aides, Officers, and Coverers is fully detailed.
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