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The usual dre of hussars was frock coat open, \vith a red wai tcoat richly laced \vith gold. ' Not all officer were as relaxed about regimental uniform, as an extract from the diary of George vVoodberry illustrates; 'Cop~' of the Order re pecting the dress of the officer tomorrow for the Review by order of Colonel ;\1urray. Luz, Feb 23 rd 1 13. 'The Regiment \vill as emble at Luz in Review Order tomorrow morning at I,) past 8. Neither officers or men are to wear their cloaks which are to be left at home.
Of course, once the land had been stripped bare of its resources an army had to move on or starve. VVitness Massena's unfruitful sojourn in front of the Lines of Torres Vedras in 1810Il. By the end of the Peninsular War in 1814, Wellington's Commissariat, so inexperienced and inadequate in the early years of the war, had got their operation down to a fine art and it was a bad day indeed if the army ever suffered due to no rations. The work of the Royal Navy in keeping the army well stocked from the ports along Spain's northern coast should not go amiss either.
The wood was of an inferior quality and the overall firush was rather poorer on the India Pattern than on its older brother. But it did the job and fulfilled the Government's need for muskets at a time when stocks were runnjng dangerously low. The India Pattern musket undenvent few changes during its period of production except for Opposite top. Paget carbine, showing regulation proof marks. Note sling bar. Opposite bottom. India pattern mUSket, ring neck cock and regulation proof marks. 8 Weapolls one major alteration, that being the introduction, in late I 09, of the ring-neck cock which replaced the older swan-neck design.
Brassey's History of Uniforms - Napoleonic Wars. Wellington's Army by Ian Fletcher