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

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Contents

Inverted Line to the Rear
154
Advance in Echellon from the Right
156
Retire by alternate Squadrons
158
Advance by Threes from the Right of Squadrons
160
Retire by Threes from the Right of Squadrons
161
Observations on the Objects and Movements of the Close Column
163
Deploy on the First Squadron
165
Deploy on the Third Squadron
166
Form Line to the Left on the Third Squadron
168
Change Front to the Right
169
The Column will Reverse its Front
170
The Squadrons will Countermarch
171
MOVEMENTS FROM OPEN COLUMN Observations on the Objects and Movements of the Open Column
173
Left Wheel into Line
175
Form Line to the Front
177
Form Line to the Front on the Second Squadrou
178
Form Line to the Rear on the Leading Troop
179
Form Line to the Rear on the Rear Troop
181
Form Line to the Rear on the Second Squadron
182
Form Line to the Left on the New Alignment
183
Form Line to the Left on the New Alignment
184
To the Reverse Flank Right form Line
185
Form Inverted Line to the Right on the Heads of Squadrons
186
Form Inverted Line to the Front
187
Form Inverted Line to the Left on the First Squadron
189
Rear of the Column to the Front
190
Form Close Column
191
Form Line to the Front 1 from Double i
192
Form Line to the Right Column
193
Skirmishing
194
Advance Guards and Rear Guards
196
Arrangements on occasion of Riots or General Dis turbances
197
Precautions on the March
200
Escorts
203
Offences and Fines
209
Abstract of the Government Regulations
213
Pay and Allowances applicable to Permanent Duty or Duty in Aid of the Civil Power
223
Destruction or Loss of Arms
225
Form of Return of Effective Strength
227

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