Andrea Vergani

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The ‘Louisbourg Grenadiers’ - "The ‘Louisbourg Grenadiers’ was a temporary unit formed in 1759 for the Quebec expedition from the grenadier companies of three regiments that were stayed behind as part of the British garrison of Louisbourg. The image shows grenadiers of the 22nd (left), 40th (right) and 45th (centre) Regiments of Foot. General Wolfe was with the Grenadiers when he was hit at the battle of the Plains of Abraham on 13 September 1759."

The ‘Louisbourg Grenadiers’. During the Quebec campaign of 1759 a temporary force of Grenadiers was created from the and to man Fort Louisbourg. The grenadier of the on the right, is wearing brown marching gaiters.

French; Infantry during War of the Austrian Succession during 1740s. 1. Touraine Regt. Grenadier. 2. Ponthieu Regt. Sergeant (Funken shows a single horizontal pocket flap with 3 silver buttons). 3. Penthievre Regt. Drummer. 4. Penthievre Regt Officers with Colour.

French infantry during War of the Austrian Succession during Touraine Regt. Sergeant (Funken shows a single horizontal pocket flap with 3 silver buttons). Penthievre Regt Officers with Colour.