Yeomanry regulations, an abridgement of the regulations for the formations and movements of the cavalry

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Page 13 - The left foot is raised, and put into the stirrup, as far as the ball of it ; the right hand is placed on the cantle, and the left knee against the saddle, on the surcingle; the left heel is to be drawn back, in order to avoid touching the horse's side with the toe. " Mount." [In three Motions.]
Page 108 - Leader (when the intention is obvious) will conform as quickly as possible to the Movement which he sees executed on his right or left, according to the point from whence he perceives it to begin.
Page 56 - Wheels on a moveable Pivot are used in most cases when the front of the column is small, or when the change of direction to be given is less than the quarter circle. When Wheels or Changes of direction of bodies in column are made on a moveable Pivot, both flanks are kept in motion ; the...
Page 6 - Officers, they are to advance aims ; — that all guards and sentinels must pay the same compliments to Officers of the Royal Navy and Marines as are directed to be paid to the Officers of the Army, according to their relative ranks ; — that although guards do not turn out after sun-set to pay compliments, yet Sentinels, whenever Officers approach their posts, must pay them a proper attention, by standing steady with carried arms, facing to their proper front ; nor must this be left off until the...

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