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THE

QUEENREGULATIONS AND ORDERSFOR

THE ARMY.ADJUTANT-GENERAUSOFFICE,

HORSE GUARD S^j1859.^

FIRST OF DECEMBER

LONDON:PRINTED BY GEORGEE. EYK]?:

AND WILLIAM SPOTTISWOODE,

PRINTERS TO THE QUEEN's MOST EXCELLENT MAJESTY. FOR HER MAJESTY'S STATIONERY OEFICE. rUBLISHED BY

JOHN W. PARKER &W.

SON,AND14,

445,

WEST STRAND.

CLOWES &

SONS,

CHARING CROSS.

Price Three Shillings and Sixpence,712.

,^^

[2,780. 1,500,-6/60.]

HORSE GUARDS,1st

December 1859.

TTER MAJESTYandstrictly

has been pleased to give

Her

Royal approbation to the following Regulationsand Orders, and to command that they be circulatedobserved throughout the Army.

They are applicable to all stations at which the troops may be serving and General officers employed;

on thearein

Staff,

and commandingthat they are

officers

of regiments,

responsibleall

invariably adhered to

the more

detailed instructionslocal

which may be

issued from time to time in

commands, or toofinterior

brigades

or

regiments, for theaVid^^for

general maintenance

of discipline,

the

arrangement

economy.

Every

officer in

Her Majesty's

service

is

to provide

himself with a copy of these Regulations and Orders,

and to make himself perfectly acquainted with them.

Commandingresponsibleofficers

officers

of regimentsorderis

and

depots

are

that

this

duly

observed;

and

superintending the embarkation of regiments,takecare, that

or

detachments, are to

before

anyis

officer is

allowed to embark for foreign service, heto

required

produce

his

copy of

Her

Majesty's

Regulations.

By Command

of

HIS ROYAL HIGHNESS THE DUKE OF CAMBRIDGE,General Commanding in Chief,G. A.

WETHERALL, A djutant'GeneraL

i

CONTENTSOP

THE QUEEN'S REGULATIONS AND ORDERS FOR THE ARMY.1859.

Page

Duties of Officers and Regiments

...

...

...

...

1

Command and RankClassification of

of Officers

...

...

...

...

3

Regimental

Staff-Officers,

and of

Officers of......

the Civil Departments attached to the

Army

5 1011

Relative

Rank

of Officers of the...

Army...

and Navy...

...

...

Precedence of Regiments

...

...

Standards and Guidons of Regiments of Dragoon Guards

and Dragoons

...

...

...

...

...

...

12

Colour of Uniform dnd Facings, Badges, Mottos, and Devicesof Regiments of Cavalry... ...

...

...

14 16

Colours of Regiments of Infantry

...

...

...

...

Colours, Titles, Badges, Devices, Mottos, and Facings of

Regiments of Artillery, Engineers, and InfantryCavalry of Royal Household.

...

18

...

...

30...

Honours HonoursSalutes.

toto

be paid by the Troops

...

...

...

31

be paid at Military FuneralsI.

...

...

...

35 37

Sec.and

Royal Salutes

...

.

...

...

Sec. II. Salutes to Diplomatic AuthoritiesSec. III. Salutes to Authorities placed in

...

40

Charge

Command

of the

Army,...

or of the Navy, of...

the United

Kingdomto

...

...

4243

Sec. IV. Salutes to Officers of the

Army and Navy&c.,

Sec.

V.

Salutes

Governors,

of...

Her...

Majesty's Possessions and Fortresses

47

VJ

CONTENTS.Page

Salutes.

Sec. VI.

Salutes to Foreigners of distinction......

...

5051

Sec. VII. Miscellaneous

...

......

Reviews,

Order of MarchArmy;

...

...

...

...

54

Duties of General and other OfficersStaff of the......

employed upon the... ... ...

55

Appointment of Persons to Commissions in the Army ; Prices of Commissions Purchase and Sale of Commissions Promotion, Exchange, and Resignation of Regi;

mental Officers

;

Prisoners of

War

...

...

... ...

65 78 83 93

Correspondence of the

Army...

......

......

Leave of Absence

to Officers

......

Furloughs to Non-Commissioned Officers and SoldiersIssue of

Arms

;

Return of Arms into Store...

...

...... ...

96112 118

AmmunitionInterior

...

...

...

...

...

Management and Economy of a Regiment

...

Clothing, Accoutrements, Appointments, and Necessaries

148

Regulations for the

Command, General Superintendence, and Management of the Service and Depot Companiesof Regiments at

home and abroad

...

...

...

155167

MarchesDeserters......

...

...

...

...

...

1701

Transfer of Soldiers from one Regiment to another

...

75

Discharge of Soldiers

177191

MedalsSending Soldiers

Home...

from Stations Abroad......

...

...

197

Suppression of Riots

...

...

...

201

Instructions for Officers ordered to proceed from one Stationto another on

Duty

...

...

...

...

...

205 207

Schools

:..

Divine Service, &c.

......

...

..

210216

Postage of Soldiers' LettersCourts Martial

..*

...

220

Rules and Regulations to be observed on the occupation ofGarrison or Barrack Cells of approved construction...

229

CONTENTS.

VI

Page

Management

of Hospitals, and Duties of Medical Officers......

240...

Regulations for Troops in Barracks

245271

Survey of

War

Office Stores... .... .

Duties in Garrison

...

...

...

272278

Duties in

Camp...-

...

...

...

Coast Duty

288...

Horses of Cavalry Riding EstablishmentStaff College

293302

306312...

Royal Military AsylumRegulations for conducting the Recruiting Service

314 319

Embarkation of TroopsDisembarkation of TroopsDuties on board of Ship

...

...

...

...

...

...

...

...

...

...

332335 356

...

...

...

...

...

Passage in India Ships

...

Regulations to be observed by Detachments of Troops

embarked on board Convict ShipsSea Necessaries... ... ...

...

...

...

362357

...

...

...

CommandReturns.

in the Colonies

...

...

...

...

. _

359373

Home StationsForeign Stations

...

...

...

...

...

...

...

...

.....

...

374375 386

Regimental ReturnsRegimental Books...

...

...

...

...

...

...

...

Half-yearly Inspections and Confidential Reports upon the State of Regiments ... ... ... ...Military Discussions... ... ... ...

404420

...

...

Index

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42i

THE

QUEEN^S

IIEGULATIONS AND ORDEESFOR

THE ARMY.HORSE-GUARDS,1st

December 1859.

Duties of Officers and Regiments.

1.

TN ^ ofThe2nd,3rd,1

all

duties,is

duty

whether with or without armi*, the tour to be from the senior downwards.;

st is the

guard of the Sovereign

Those of the Royal Family That of the Captain General or Field-Marshal com;

manding the army4th,5th, 6th,

Detachments, or outposts General officers' guards;