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1st (the Royal) Regiment of Foot Officer’s shoulder belt plate circa 1844-55.
Soldier, 1st Regiment of Foot (Royal Scots), 1813-1816 The first battalion of the 1st Regiment of Foot (Royal Scots) served in Canada between 1812 and 1815. This man, marked as one of the regiment's centre companies by his white over red shako tuft, wears the 1812 pattern of uniform that would have been seen in Canada after 1813. This is the uniform that the Royal Scots wore at the battle of Chippawa in July 1814. Reconstruction by Gerald A. Embleton.
Captain John Clayton Cowell (1762–1819), 1st Battalion, 1st (or the Royal) Regiment of Foot, c.1796 by William Beechey, National Army Museum
Count Alexander Ivanovich Sollogoub (1788–1844) by Domenico Bossi (Italian, Venetian, 1765–1853). Miniature on ivory, 1810. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1972.145.7
A wonderful early (Adamson) photograph of the 92nd Gordon Highlanders at Edinburgh Castle in 1845, shows a piper