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Quick, Quick, Herts Militia, Dorfetfhire Militia Quick MarchesCapt. Lee's, Dr. Gervafe Jone's, Capt. Hinde's,  Capt. Lanoe's, Capt. Smythe'sCol. Heighway's, Quick, Quick  MarchesQuick, Quick, Capt. Hawker's, Quick  MarchesCapt. Clarke's, Quick, Major Cunningham's Quick  MarchesFour Quick MarchesThree Quick MarchesQuick, Genl. Elliot's Light Horse, Genl. Burgoines Light Horse, Capt. Egerton's MarchesQuick, Col. Slaughter's, Quick, Quick MarchesThe Royal Forester's, Three Quick MarchesTwo Quick, Capt. Sivrights MarchesThe Light Dragoon's, Duke of Gloucefter's, Capt. Tates MarchesGen: Elliot's Light Horfe MarchFirft Regiment of Foot Guards MarchGen Burgoignes Light Dragoons MarchThe Second Troop of Horfe Guards Foot March


THE TRUMPET DUTY, OR SOUNDS OF THE TRUMPET (Hinde's "Discipline of Light Horse) page 556)

For Stables.
To Boot and Saddle.
Horfe and away—done fometimes by the Bugle-Horn.
The March.
For Water.
For Stables.
The Setting the Watch or Taptoo at Night - For Stables in the Morning.
The Call.For Parade or the Afembly.
Sounding to Horfe.For Stables in the Evening.
To Repair to the Alarm-Post— by Bugle-Horn.
The Standards Call.
At Fetching and Lodging the Standards.
At Drawing and Returning Swords.
The Slow March on Foot—by the Band of Musick.
The Muick March on Foot—by the Fife.
Preparative for Firing.
To Cease Firing.
To Form Squadrons—by Bugle-Horn.
To Advance.
To Charge, or Attack.
To Retreat—by French-Horns.
To Trot.
To Gallop.To FrontTo Form.
To Form Squadrons, and the Line—by Bugle-Horn.
To Rally—by Bugle-Horn.
The Non-Commissioned Officers Call.