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An historical record of the royal regiment of horse guards or Oxford blues.

Edmund Packe

An historical record of the royal regiment of horse guards or Oxford blues.

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Published by William Clowes in London .
Written in English


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Pagination151p. ;
Number of Pages151
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Open LibraryOL18438935M

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The Royal Regiment of Horse Guards (The Blues) (RHG) was a cavalry regiment of the British Army, part of the Household Cavalry. Raised in August at Newcastle upon Tyne and County Durham by Sir Arthur Haselrigge on the orders of Oliver Cromwell as a Regiment of Horse, the regiment became the Earl of Oxford's Regiment in upon the Restoration of King Charles : British Army.

An historical record of the Royal Regiment of Horse Guards; or, Oxford Blues, its services, and the transactions in which it has been engaged from its first establishment to the present time.

The Royal Horse Guards (Blues) ( - ) The Blues and Royals ( -) Suggested Reading: The Story of the Blues and Royals by J N P Watson (Leo Cooper: ) The Royal Horse Guards by Sir George Arthur (Leo Cooper: ) His Majesty's Royal Regiment of Horse Guards (Gale & Polden: ) An Historical Record of Horse Guards, or Oxford Blues.

London: William Clowes, First Edition. Octavo. Item # Portrait frontispiece, regular title page, engraved title page with hand-colored vignette and 6 other full page hand-colored plates depicting guards' uniforms, pp. From the library of collector and historian Ernest J. Martin with his book plate.

This work was intended to form part of a series recording the services of. Buy an historical record of the royal regiment of horse guards. of oxford blues by Edmund Packe (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders.

The Royal Horse Guards by Sir George Arthur (Leo Cooper: ) His Majesty's Royal Regiment of Horse Guards (Gale & Polden: ) An Historical Record of Horse Guards, or Oxford Blues by Edmund Packe (London: Clowes: ) History of the Household Cavalry by Sir George Arthur (Constable:3 vols) Regimental Museum: Household Cavalry.

Formation. The regiment was formed in from the merger of the Royal Horse Guards, which was known as "the Blues" or "the Oxford Blues", and the Royal Dragoons, which was known as "the Royals".

Since then, the new regiment has served in Northern Ireland, Germany, and the Falklands War ofthe regiment provided the two armoured reconnaissance : British Army. On the 8th of July the regiment took the Queen's Guard at the Horse Guards; and on the following day furnished two squadrons to keep the ground in Hyde Park during the time the Household Cavalry Brigade, Tenth Royal Hussars, Twelfth Royal Lancers, three troops of Royal Horse Artillery, three batteries of Field Artillery, four battalions of Foot.

An Historical Record of the Royal Regiment of Horse Guards, or Oxford Blues. London: William Clowes, [ with:] 1stth and 13thth cavalry regiments, The First or The Royal Regiment of Dragoons, Second Dragoons or Scots Greys, Fourth or Royal Irish Dragoon Guards, Sixth Inniskilling Dragoons [ plus:] 1stth, 40th, 53rd, 56th, 61st.

The Regiment were part of King William’s force which expelled James II and secured the throne for King William III fighting at Battle of the Boyne. As the Regiment’s uniform was blue it became nicknamed ‘the Blues’ and in the Regiment was renamed as the Royal Horse Guards (Blues).

An Historical record of the Royal Regiment of Horse Guards; or, Oxford Blues: its services, and the transactions in which it has been engaged from its first establishment to the present time Packe, Edmund.

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By Edmund Packe, late Captain Royal Horse Guards. [London: Clowes, ]. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus.

A History of the Royal Norfolk Regiment and the Royal East Anglian Regiment Sutherland, J./Canwell, D. An Historical Record of the Royal Regiment of Horse Guards or Oxford Blues. Page v - For Her Majesty's Stationery Office. GENERAL ORDERS. HORSE-GUARDS, 1st January, His MAJESTY has been pleased to command that, with the view of doing the fullest justice to Regiments, as well as to Individuals who have distinguished themselves by their Bravery in Action with the Enemy, an Account of the Services of every Regiment in the British Army shall be published under.

An Historical Record of the Royal Regiment of Horse Guards, or Oxford Blues: Its Services, and the Transactions in Which it Has Been Engaged, from Its First Establishment to the Present Time. by Packe, Edmund (the late) London: William Clowes, (click for more details).

jejune Historical Record of the Royal Regiment of Horse Guards or Oxford Blues by Edmund Packe 'late Captain, Royal Horse Guards'. Thus, out of the total of odd regiments and corps forming the contemporary British Army, a mere half-dozen could boast published records.

This state of affairs continued until the matter was officially taken in. The Royal Horse Guards were founded in on the orders of Oliver Cromwell. The regiment was commanded by the Earl of Oxford during the reign of King Charles II and as the color of its uniform was blue at the time, it was nicknamed “the Oxford Blues”, later shortened to the “Blues.” In the regiment became the Royal Horse Guards.

An historical work on the Oxford Blues. With a portrait frontispiece and hand-coloured vignette title page. Lacking all other plates. The first edition of this work by Edmund Packe.

The Royal Regiment of Horse Guards or the Oxford Blues were a cavalry regiment of the British Army. They formed a part of the Household Cavalry. Royal Regiment of Horse or, Horse Guards. The Royal Horse Guards trace their origins back to a force (Unton Crooke’s Horse) raised by Oliver Cromwell prior to the second invasion of Scotland, but the parliamentary officers were replaced by royalists in to form The Royal Regiment of Horse (later known as the Blues) to rid the country of residual royal dissent.

An historical record of the Royal Regiment of Horse Guards or Oxford Blues: its services, and the transactions in which it has been engaged, from its first establishment to the present time. Author: Packe, Edmund, Publisher: Publisher: Clowes, William: Date:.

Royal Regiment of Horse Guards (The Blues) Royal Horse Guards Royal Horse Guards (The Blues) 3rd (Royal Horse Guards) Battalion, Guards Machine Gun Regiment An Historical Record of the Royal Regiment of Horse Guards, or Oxford Blues. London: William Clowes, Park, S.J. and Nafziger, G.F.

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Bands of the Household Cavalry. Slow March of the Blues and Royals (Slow March of the Royal Horse Guards and 1st Dragoons). * In "An Historical Record of the Royal Regiment of Horse Guards or Oxford Blues," by Edmund Packe,p.it is stated that, inbuff belts were changed to white.

AN OFFICER OF THE 2nd LIFE GUARDS, c. By Major A. McK. Annand The portrait reproduced facing pageby. History of The Household Cavalry The Blues and Royals (Royal Horse Guards & 1st Dragoons) is the second most senior Regiment of the British Army and was formed in with the amalgamation of the Royal Horse Guards (The Blues) and The Royal Dragoons (1st Dragoons).

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The regiment was formed in from the merger of the Royal Horse Guards, which was known as “the Blues” or “the Oxford Blues”, and the Royal Dragoons, which was known as “the Royals”.

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