Loving-Cup

On our arrival we found the regiment, which had preceded us, quartered in the dust hole a term applied to the North camp at Aldershot. The dry winds and sands of a place where a great change after the mist and damp of Curragh. Close to us with the tents of the 2nd Life Guards, …
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The Battle of Vittoria

During the Battle of Vittoria in 1813, a patrol of the 14th Light Dragoons became involved in the capture, with the 18th Light Dragoons, of a French Royal Baggage Train.  Some attempts were made by British soldiers to ransack the King’s Carriage, but order was restored, and the King’s possessions, documents and looted works of …
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