Register of British Regimental Histories, 1761-1900

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Manuscript in neat hand, black ink with red titles in bound lined notebook with marbled endpapers, University of Edinburgh crest in gold on cover and many blank pages. The majority of pages are blank. For each regiment there is a partial list of colonels, ca. late 18th to late 19th centuries. There is a more detailed history for the 91st Princess Louises Argyllshire Highlanders, the 92nd Gordon Highlanders, the 93rd Sutherland Highlanders, and Rifle Brigade (Prince Consort's Own). Each regimental history deals with the regiment's inception and the campaigns it was involved in. Included in the register are regiments numbered from the 85th to 109th (please see list below), including 87th Royal Irish Fusiliers and the 100th Prince of Wales's Royal Canadian. 

  • 85th Bucks Volunteers, King's Light Infantry
  • 86th Royal County Down 
  • 87th Royal Irish Fusilliers
  • 88th Connaught Rangers
  • 89th Princess Victoria's 
  • 90th Perthshire Volunteers, Light Infantry
  • 91st Princess Louise's Argyllshire Highlanders
  • 92nd Gordon Highlanders
  • 93rd Sutherland Highlanders
  • 94th (no name given)
  • 95th Derbyshire
  • 96th (no name given)
  • 97th Earl of Ulster's
  • 98th Prince of Wales's
  • 99th Duke of Edinburgh's
  • 100th 101st Royal Bengal Fusiliers
  • 102nd Royal Madras Fusiliers
  • 103rd Royal Bombay Fusiliers
  • 104th Madras Light Infantry
  • 105th Madras Light Infantry
  • 106th Bombay Light Infantry
  • 107th Bengal Infantry
  • 108th Madras Infantry
  • 109th Bombay Infantry
  • Rifle Brigade (Prince Consort's Own)



Types of Materials

  • Unpublished Material and Manuscripts


Approximately 2 cm of textual material

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