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1 See p. 327.

2 See p. 328.

3 John Kirkpatrick (junior), formerly lieutenant of Colonel Kirkpatrick 's
company, succeeded John Riddell on February 19th, 1644. Sergeant-Major of
Colonel Kirkpatrick's regiment July 12th, 1662, reduced and re-appointed. On
October 6th, 1670, the company of the late John Kirkpatrick was given to
Maurits de Savorny.

4 See p. 323.

5 See p. 322.

6 Everwyn Kirkpatrick succeeded Alexander Murray, retired, on November
20th, 1646 ; reduced and re-appointed, became sergeant-major of Kirkpatrick's
regiment in succession to John Kirkpatrick, February 8th, 1672, and lieut. -colonel
in succession to Thomas Livingston on September 12th, 1673. Succeeded as
from May 10th, 1677 by J. A. Lauder.

7 See p. 319.

8 Thomas Livingston. See p. 324.

9 Louis Erskine, previously ensign of Colonel James Erskine's company,
succeeded Thomas Livingston, deceased, on November 28th, 1645, became
sergeant-major, October 1st, 1655, lieut. -colonel, June nth, 1660, and colonel in
succession to John Henderson, March 7th, 1662, was dead on July 19th, 1673,
when he was succeeded by Jacques de Fariaux, Heer van Maulde.

10 See p. 328. " See p. 323.
12 Alexander Hume. See p. 497.



1650]



STATES OF WAR



491





monthly




men pay


Henry Herbert,


50 £825


Maurits Hacquet, 1


}> ;>



Tractementen op Hollandt
Collonnel Killegreuw, . . £ii c l

Sijn Successeur [his successor], ii c

Henry Winde, Lieut 1 Co 11 , . lx
Humphraye Payton, Serg.

Major, .... 1
Henry Hexam, Quartiermr,

ad vitam, .... xxv
WillemBagenolt, Provoost, ad

vitam, .... xx
De Baron Graven, Collonnel ii c l

Sijn Successeur [his successor] ii c

Walter Vame, L k Col. , . . lx
Herry Withipol, Sergeant

Major, .... 1
James Stevens, Quartiermr, ad

vitam, .... xxv
Thomas Wod, Provoost, ad

vitam, .... xx

John Cromwel, Collonnel, . ii c l
Sijn Successeur [his successor], ii c

Thomas Dolman, L* Col., . £lx

1650

Wm. Drummondt, Col. . £200

His successor, . . . 125

Walter Schot, U Col, . . 50

David Colyer, St. Major . 42



William Cromwel, S* Major,
Pierius Coel, Quartiermr, ad
vitam, ....
Greffin Price, Provoost, ad
vitam, ....
James Askin, Collonnel,
Sijn Successeur [his successor],
James Balfour, L* Collonnel,
Walter Murray, S* Major,
William Alphinstone, Quar-
tiermr, ad vitam,
John Leyl, provoost, ad vitam,
John Kirckpatrick, Collonnel,
Sijn Successeur [his successor],
John Hinderson, L* Collonnel,
Thomas Levingston, S fc Major,
Thomas Viner, Quartiermr, ad
vitam, ....
James Morde, provoost, ad
vitam, ....
Collonnel Drumond, 2 .
SijnSuccesseur [his successor],
Walter Schot, Majorvan'tselve
regiment [Major of the same
regt.], ....



Eduard Yonger, qr. mr., ad
vitam, ....

Eduaerdt Worth elt, Pr. M.,
ad vitam, ....



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1 Maurits Halkett succeeded his captain, David Balfour, on October 9th,
1647, reduced and reappointed in place of Thomas Caddell on September nth,
1660.

' Maurice Halkett, sen of Sir John (killed at Bois-le-Duc), was,' says the
family genealogy, 'a captain in the Dutch army, and married Agnes de
Decquere, a lady of Artois.' He was killed at the siege of Maestricht in 1675.

2 Sir William Drummond, fourth son of John, second Earl of Perth and Lady
Jean Ker, daughter of the first Earl of Roxburgh, married his cousin Jean,
eldest daughter of Henry, Lord Ker, and succeeded his maternal grandfather as
second Earl of Roxburgh in 1650. ' His genius,' says Douglas in his Peerage,
* in his younger years leading him to a military life, he went into the service of
the States-General, where by his merit he soon got the command of a regiment,
and acquired the reputation of a brave and gallant officer, but upon the breaking
out of the Civil War in Scotland he returned home, joined the loyalists, was



492



THE AGE OF WILLIAM OF ORANGE [1650



Lijffpensioenen [life pensions]

Janneken Nysbet, dochter van [daughter of] Capiteyn Nysbet,

's jaers [yearly] £100, .... £viii st.vi d.viii

Joffrouw Anna Kirckpatrick, wed e wijlen [widow of the late]

Capiteijn Strachan, £200 's jaers [yearly]
Margaretba Egger de Yonge, £lx st. x's jaers, . . £v st.iv d.ii

De weduwe van den Col. Hinderson [the widow of Col. H.],

. £xli st.xiii. d.iv
. £viii st.vi d.viii

monthly
pay 1

Robbert Sednay, S-Major, . 1

Lijffpensioenen [life pensions]
op Utrecht

De weduwe wijlen den Collonnel
Sanderlans, jaerlicx[the widow
of the late Col. S. yearly], £v G
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Zeelandt






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steady in the interest of the Royal family, for which he was fined by Oliver
Cromwell in the sum of^"6ooo sterling.' He succeeded Sir Philip Balfour as
colonel on May 19th, 1646, and seems to have left the service in 1655, when his
name disappears as commanding a regiment, and William Kier obtained his
company.

1 Patrick Stewart took oath February 1st, 1654, in succession to Burnfield
(deceased), was succeeded by James Hamilton on May 18th, 1656.

2 George Lauder, see p. 326.

3 Henry Wylde was dead by August 31st, 1656, and succeeded by his son
Anthony.

4 George Douglas took oath in successionto Alexander Fleming, February 14th,
1654, and was succeeded by John Murray in July 1655. George Douglas, fourth
son of the second Earl of Morton, says Douglas, ' after the murder of the king,
went into the service of the states of Holland, where he arrived at great pre-
ferment, and died without issue.'



1 649- 1 662]



STATES OF WAR



493



The

1649
1050
1654



1655

1656
1657

1659
1660



1661



1662



March 27th

Sep. .13th

Oct. 1st
May 18th



following' officers took the oath between the years

Wm. Flemyng, .

J. Lamy, 2 .

Patrik Stuart,

George Douglas,

George Lauder, .

Walter Scott [colonel]

J. Murray,

Willi. Ker,

Thomas Caddel, 3

Loo Arskyne [sergt. -major],

James Henderson, 4

Anthony Wylde, 5

G. Lauder [as lieut

colonel], .
J. Hay,
J. Henderson 6

als Colonnel, .
M. Halkett,
All. Couttis [as sergt,

major], .
Alexander Bruce [as sergt

major], .
J. Erskyne,
William Sandilands,
James Colepepyer/
Johan Lamy,

A. Robertsone, dit Colyer
Francois Brasset, 8
Loe Arskyne [as

colonel], .
All. Couttis [as lieut. -colonel],



Aug. 9th



Nov.
Dec.



22d
14th



March 7th



1648 and 1664 : 1
May 6th
June 7th
feb. 3d
feb. 14th
March 11th

July 3d

Sep. 14th

Aug. 31st

Sep. 11th
April 24th

June 9th
Sep. 11th

Sep. 16th

Oct2d
Oct. 3d

Dec. 15th
March 8th



1 The first column gives the date of the commission ; the second that of taking
the oath. In many cases only one date is extant.

2 John Lamy succeeded Henry Hume as captain in James Erskine's regiment
on June 16th, 1650, and either he or another John Lamy succeeded Captain
Jeremias Pentland on October 1st, 1661. On February 8th, 1672, he was
appointed sergeant-major, and on April 1st, 1673, became lieutenant-colonel
of Henry Graham's (the old or Brog's regiment), on Graham succeeding Scott.

3 Thomas Caddell, formerly lieutenant of Colonel James Erskine's company,
received the command on September 13th, 1655, an d wa s dead by September
nth, 1660, when he was succeeded by Mauritz Halkett.

4 James Henderson, ' formerly colonel, but not of a Scottish regiment,' suc-
ceeded Patrick Stewart on May 18th, 1656, and was succeeded on retirement by
James Erskine on February 21st, 1659.

5 Appears in 1672 in Kirkpatrick's regiment ; succeeded his father ; sergeant-
major, 1674.

6 The testament of Sir John Henrysone, knight, sometime colonel of one of
the regiments in Holland, is entered in the Edinburgh Commissariot Records of
the date, 16th Oct. 1693.

7 Appears in 1672 in Erskine's regiment.

8 Appears in February 1672 in W. Scott's regiment.



494



THE AGE OF WILLIAM OF ORANGE [1655



1662



1663
1664



Grame (Henry Graham) [as

sergt.-major],
Joris Robbert Couttis,
Petrus Watkin, .
William Lindsey,
J. Kirkpatrik [as sergt-

major], ....
Jo. Butler/
John Roper, 2
P. Bitter, 3 . .



Sep. 18th



March 8th



July 11th

July 12th
March 6th
Sep. 19th
Aug. 7th



litary
airs vili.
53-1668.



From the Resolutions of Holland, 1655.

1655, March 24. — To make proper provisions for preventing further
confusion caused by the circumstance that of several Regt s a portion
stands under the Repartition of this Province, and another portion
under that of another ; and to bring all the forces on Repartition Holland
together in complete Holland Regiments ; Res. : . . . that the Holland
Reg ts shall provisionally be formed conform to the following list : that
the high offices thereof, now vacant, shall be filled to-morrow, . . . that
the aforesaid reformed List shall be put in the hands of the Committee
for their information, and to notify the Colonels and all others they
may deem proper of the respective changes in the Reg ts .



Scottish Reg* under Kirckpatrick

Holland. John Kirckpatrick, Colonel, 100 men,

John Henryson, IA-Col., 50

Levinghtone [sic], ,,

Alex. Hume, „

R. Hacket, ,,

John Kirckpatrick, ,,

N. Greme [sic], ,,

Everwyn Kirckpatrick, ,,

The compy of Col. Ourskyn [sic], deceased
,, L fc -Col. Balfour, „

,, Major Coljer, ,,

,, Cap 11 James Douglas ,,

,, Cap 11 Pentlandt, ,,



Oct. 24th, 1631 *
Sep. 22, 1629
March 23d, 1635
Nov. 16th, 1643
Oct. 25th, 1644
Dec. 12th, 1644
Nov. 28th, 1645
Nov. 19, 1646

50 men



i Appears in 1672 in Erskine's regiment.

2 Sept. 1 8th. — Commission as sergeant-major Regiment Dolman, in the place
of John Cromwel, for John Roper (transferred in same rank to Regiment Arskin
by Res. Holland Committee, Aug. 22d, 1665) ; took oath next day.

3 Aug. 7th. — Commission as Captain for P r de Bitter, reformed Captain in
the place of van der Does, on appointment by Res. Holland of August 2nd.
Appears in 1672 in Regiment Arskin.

4 Corrected, see Resolution of May 16th, 1655 (Scots).



1655]



STATES OF WAR



495



Scottish Regiment under Walter Schot
Walter Schot, Colonel/ 100 men Dec. 8th, 1638

Murray, L* Col. 50 Sept. 19th, 1627

George Kier, Major May 12th, 1631

Philip Balfour „ June 2nd, 1621

Geo. Douglas „ Dec. 6th, 1623 1

N. Bruce [sic] „ April 10th, 1635

Jannes Schot „ Dec. 9th, 1636

Alane Coutes [sic] „ April 30th, 1638

Louys Arskyn „ Nov. 28th, 1645

Patrick Stuart ,,

Geo. Louder

The compy of Rocxburgh")
formerly Colonel J

„ The compy of Cap n Echlin,

deceased 2
.... The States further provisionally consent to making for the year
1655 the pay of a Col. of Foot 1600 guelders, of a L* Col. 400 glds., of a
S* Major two thirds, and of a Q r m r and Provost Marshal one half of the
am't carried out for that purpose.

Scots and Scottish Nation



Holland \
Zeeland /
Holland.

Stadt en Lande.

Vriesland.

Holland.

Utrecht.
Stadt en Lande.

Holland.

Vriesland.

>>
Holland.



1655.
Corrected List of
Regiment Kirckpatrick
Holland. John Kirckpatrick,
Colonel
John Henderson, L* Col.
Thos. Levingston, S fc Major
W m Riddel
Alex. Hum
Rob* Hacquet
John Kirckpatrick
U. Greme [sic]
Everwyn Kirckpatrick
The compy of Col. Arskyn
L* Col. Balfour
„ Major Colyer

„ James Douglas

„ Pendlant



May 6th.

the 2 Scottish Regt s

Regiment Schot

Zeeland. Walter Schot, Colonel
Holland. Walter Murray, L* Col.

,, Geo. Kier, S fc Major

Stad en Landt. Philips Balfour
Vrieslandt. Geo. Douglas
Holland, U. Bruce [sic]
Utrecht. James Schott
Stad en Land. Aleane Coutis
Holland. Louis Arskyn
Vrieslandt. Patrick Stuart

Geo. Lauder
Holland. The compy of the Earl
of Roxburgh

The compy of Capt n
Echlin



1 Probably an error, and should be December 6th, 1653. See p.

2 For correction, see Resolution of May 16th, 1655 (Scots).



493-



496 THE AGE OF WILLIAM OF ORANGE [1662



From the Resolutions of Holland, 1662.

March 14 The List of the Holland regiments of the French, English,
and Scottish nations is, from the death of field-officers and captains, now
as follows :

- ttish Reg* Kirckpatrick



Holland



John Kirckpatrick, Colonel

Thos. Levingston, L 1 CoL

Riddel, Major

Alex. Hum

John Kirckpatrick

Everwyn Kirckpatrick

Maurits Halquet



Schot



Walter Schot, Colonel
Geo. Lauder. L : CoL
Alex. Bruce, Major
Lamy
Vriesland. Jan. Murray



Holland



Holland



( Kayr
\ Coller



Erxkijte



tt „ , f Louis Erskine. Colonel
HoUand { Allane Couttis, U CoL
f Henry Grahame, Major



Nov. 16th, 164-3
Feb. 17th, 1644
Nov. 20th, 1646
Oct. 8th, 1648 [1647]



June 17th, 1650
Julv 3d. 1655



jep.



14th. 16-55



Nov. 23d, 1661



Utrecht



James Erskin, Feb. 21st, in commission
in Denmark, took oath October 2d, 1660
Vrieslandt. Johan Hay April 24th, 1659

Aug. 9th, 1661
March 8th, 1662



n ,1 j / Sandelants

^ Joris Robbert Coutes





166-5








Holland. Voetcolck








■< -hot ten






Johan Krickpatrick,
Walter Schot, ColL,


■ :iv

75 £1122 George Lauder, L : ColL,
75 1122 AlaneCoutis, majoor, 1


— zZ

49
49


pay
813

813


Louys Arskin, ColL,


74 1110 Alexander Bruce, majoor


,49


813


Thomas Levingston. L :
ColL, . .


Johan Krickpatrick,
49 813 majoor,


49


7&3



1 Allan Courts had been promoted to lieu t. -colonel in 1662,
major in 1665 W23 Henry Graham.



The third



i66 5 ]



STATES OF WAR



497



Joris Robbert Couttis, 1
William Lindsey, 2
Maurits Halquiz,
William Kair, 3 .
William Sandelandts., 4 49



men


77. :r.\ :.'.-/
pay




7T.tr.


~ : - :r_'y
pay


49


£733


Everwyn Krickpatrick,


49


733


49


733


Jobs LamVj 5


49


783


49


783


Alexander Colyer, 8 .


49


783


49


733


Alexander Hume."


49


733



rs3



van 't selfde repm' [of the



Tractementen op Holland
Schotten.

Walter Schot, Collonnel
George Lauder, Lt.-Coll.

same regiment]
Sijn Successeur ....
Alexander Bruce, majoor van 't selve Regiment
Willem Alphistone, Quartiermr van 't selve Regiment ad

vitam ......

Joban Kirckpatrick, Coll. ....

Sijn successeur [his successor]

Thomas Levingston, Lt. Coll. van 't selffde Regiment

Sijn successeur .....



-.:-.-.:-;•- pay


. £100





e

42





32





28





l

25





200





. ■ 100





42





32






1 George Robert Coutts, captain, March 8th, 1662, in place of Colonel
Henderson, deceased.

2 William Lindsay, captain in place of William Riddell, July nth, 1662.

3 William Ker (or Keir), captain in place of Colonel Drummond (the Earl of
Roxburgh), September 13th, 1655.

4 William Sandilands, captain, August 9th, 1661, in place of Robert HalketL
In 1668 he was appointed sergeant-major of Louis Erskine's regiment, in place
of John Roper, deceased, who had been transferred from an English regiment in
1665.

5 See p. 493.

6 Alexander Colyear, formerly lieutenant of Lieut. -Colonel Lauder's company.
Captain in succession to Colonel [x£r] Balfour (in Scott's regiment) November
22nd, 1661 ; became sergeant-major of Graham's regiment on April 1st, 1673 ;
appointed adjutant-general to his Highness the Prince of Orange from July 1st,
1673 ; and colonel of a Scottish regiment of foot from January 1st, 1675 : was
succeeded by James Douglas, dating from February 8th, 1680. In the ' Historical
Account ' he is described as ' Sir Alexander Robertson of Dalcabon, in Perthshire,
who assumed the name of Colvear, and was the father of David, Earl of Portmore. '
He was the son of Major David Colyear (p. 319), who appears in the State of
War of 1649 as 'David Robertson diet. Colyear.'' Sir Alexander was created a
Baronet in February 1677.

7 Alexander Hume. Alexander, second son of Sir Patrick Hume, seventh
Baron of Polwarth, ' a youth of great spirit, betook himself to a military life, and
soon rose to the rank of a colonel, but died in the flower of his life, without
issue.' — Douglas's Peerage.

2i



498 THE AGE OF WILLIAM OF ORANGE [1665



Johan Kirckpatrick, majoor van het selfde Regiment
James Morde, provoost van't selffde regiment, ad vitam .
Louys Arskyn, Collonnel .....
Siju successeur Titulair

Alane Coutis, Lt. Collonnel van't selfde Regiment Titulair
Hendrick Graham, 1 majoor van 't selve Regiment, Titulair
Eduart Yorger, Quartiermr van 't selffde Regiment, ad

vitam ....•••
Godefroy Woedfild, provoost van 't selffde regiment, ad

vitam .......

Lijffpensioenen. Engelschen en Schotten
Christoffel Pluncket, gereformeert [reformed] Capt.
Willem Willougby ....

Anthony Craven, Gereformeert Rittmr. [reformed Capt

of the Horse] .....
Herry Clingh, gereformeert vendrich van [reformed

ensign of] Capitain Hammon .
Cleeff van Corbet, Capt. ....
Paul Risby, gereformeert vendrich van Capt. Witthipol
Pieter Lloyd, als gereformeert Capitain
Willem Norwod, Vendrich van Capt. Norwodt
Robert Morgan, lieutenandt van Capt. Meantis
William Willougby, IA van Capt. Lloyd .
Robbert More, Lieu*, van Capt. Esday
Robbert Warnaer, Lieu fc . van Capn. Stuart
William Bradley, desselfs Vendrich [his Ensign] .



16 3
66 13
16 13
66 13
16 13
20 16
20 16
20 16
20 16
16 13



Utrecht. Voetvolck. Schotten



Henry Graham,

majoor
James Arskyn 2



men monthly pay



50 £825

50 795

[See also p. 534 for list of 1668.]



Friesland. Voetvolck. Schotten



Johan Hay 3
Johan Murray 4



men
50
50



1 Henry Graham, previously lieutenant of Captain Erskine, succeeded John
Shiortes as captain on November 28th, 1645. He was appointed sergeant-major
of Colonel Lewis Erskine's regiment in 1662, transferred to Scott's regiment in
1665, became lieut. -colonel of Walter Scott's regiment, February 8th, 1673, and on
April 1st, 1673 succeeded him as colonel ; was succeeded as colonel by Hugh
Mackay as from May 2nd, 1677. Probably killed at siege of Maestricht 1676.

A Captain Henry Graham, a natural brother of the great Marquis of Montrose,
accompanied him in his last expedition to Scotland, and succeeded in escaping
to Holland.

2 James Erskine, captain in succession to Captain Scott, deceased in Hender-
son's regiment, February 21st 1659.

3 John Hay, captain in succession to James Henderson retired, April 24th, 1659
(formerly lieutenant same company).

4 John Murray, captain in succession to George Douglas, July 2nd, 1655.



1672]



STATES OF WAR



499



From the Resolutions of Holland. Militia.

List of 16 Regiments of Foot in the Repartition of



1669, Sept. 25th
this Province :



Johan Kirckpatrick, Colonel.
Thos. Leviston, Lt. Col.
Johan Kirckpatrick, S fc Major.
Evervvyu Kirckpatrick
Maurits Hacquet
Anthonis Weylde
Ysbrandt Langier \sic\
Johan Pyl
Willem Ackersloot



III



Nov. 20th, 1646.
Sept. 11th, 1660.
Aug. 31st, 1656.
ut supra.
July 21st, 1666.



Walter Schotte, Colonel.
Geo. Lauder, Lt. Col.
Hendrick Graham, St. Major.
Robt. Sanderson
Johan Lamy
Alex. Colyer
Petrus Watkin
Jacob de Chamfleury
Godengh van Braeckel



Lodewyk Arskyn, Colonel.
Alane Coutis, Lt. Col.
Wm. Sandelands, St. Major.
James Colpeper
Joris Robt. Coutis
Johan Butler
Gerrit van Haeften
Jacob Kuyck van Meteren



VII



July 24th, 1642.
Oct. 1st, 1661.
Nov. 23rd, 1661.
March 8th, 1662.
March 26th 1655.
ut supra.



Oct. 3rd, 1661.
March 8th, 1662.
March 6th, 1663.
March 26th, 1665.
Sep. 26th, 1665.



1672. Feb. 2nd. List of old Regiments on Repartition Holland. 1



II



Johan Kirckpatrick, Colonel.
Thos. Leviston, Lt. Col.
Everwyn Kirckpatrick, St. Major.
Erasmus van Valckenhaen.
Maurice de Sauvourny.
Anthonis Weylde.



Ysbrandt Laynier.
Maurits de Hacquet.
Herman van Boeckhoven.
Gaspar de Maurignault.
Gildert de Creuset.
Johan Pyl.



1 The numbers of the regiments in the lists of 1669 and 1672 do not corre-
spond, but are as given in text.



500



THE AGE OF WILLIAM OF ORANGE [1672



IV



Walter Schot, Colonel.
Hendrick Graham, Lt. Col.
Johan Lamy, St. Major.
Alex. Colyer.
Francis Brasset.
Petrus Watkin.



Louis Arskyn, Colonel.
Alane Coutis, Lt. Col.
Wm. Sandelants, St. Major.
Jacob van Imbise.
James Colpeper.
Joris Rob*. Coutis.



Lodewykvan Brakel.
Jacob de Champfleury.
Hendrick ten Hove.
Karel Ottho Scheie.
Bartholomeus van de Graef.



VI

Johan Butler.
Pieter de Bitter.
Gerrit van Haeften.
Jacob Cuyck van Meteren.
Diderick van Diepenbroeck.
Bonaventura Bodeck.



1672, Sept. 27th. — H. H. desiring to have the Militia divided up over
the Provinces conform to the following List and until Dec. 31st., Res.
conform from Oct. 1st - Dec. 31st, Holland and West-Vrieslandt being
thereby taxed beyond the contingent allowed, this circumstance to be
considered in framing the New State of War.



Maastricht

Breda

Maastricht

Sluys

Sas van Gent

Maastricht

Maastricht
Gonnchem

Maastricht

Breda
Maastricht
in Zeeland
Maastricht



Regiments on Repartition Holland.

f Johan Kirckpatrick, Colonel.
-J Thos. Levingston, Lt. Col.
[Everwyn Kirckpatrick, St. Major.

Erasmus van Valckenhaen.
f Maurice de Savorny.
-j Anthony Wylde.
^Ysbrandt Laignier.

Herman van Boeckhoven.

Caspar de Mauregnault
(Gilbert de Creuset.
\Johan Pyl.

Louis Arskin, Colonel.

Alana Coutis, Lt. Col.
[Wm. Sandelandts, St. Major.
-! Jacob Imbise.
[James Colpeper.

Johan Butler.
/Pieter de Bitter.
\Gerrit van Haeften.

Jacob Cuyck van Meteren.
jDiederich van Diepenbroeck.
\ Bonaventura Bodeck.



on Zeeland



1674]



STATES OF WAR



501



Rotterdam

Bergen
Rotterdam

Schoonhoven



Muyden



( Walter Schot, Colonel.
-J Hendrick Graham, Lt. Col.
[ Johan Lamy, St. Major.

Alex. Colyer.

Petrus Watkin.
fLodewyk van Brake.
\ Jacob de Chamfleury.
( Sanderson, deceased.

-J Carl Otto Scheie.
[ James Balfeur.



1673
Holland. Foot
Johan Kirckpatrick, Col. 1
Thos Levingston, Lt-Col. 2
Everwyn Kirckpatrick, St-major 3
Erasmus van Falckenhaen
Maurice de Savorny
Anthony Wylde *
Isbrandt Laignier
Casper de Maurignault
Gilbert de Creuset
Johan Pyl

Herman van Bouckhoven
Willem van Welderen.



1674
Holland. Foot
Johan Kirckpatrick, Col.
Everwyn Kirckpatrick, L*-Col.
Anthony Wylde, St-major
Caspar de Maurignault
Herman van Boeckhoven
Johan Pyll
Gilbert de Creuzet
Isbrant Laignier
Nicolaes Schraffer.*
Thos. Levingston 5
A. van Esinga



1 See p. 323. " See p. 324. 3 See p. 490. 4 See p. 493.

* Barent Sygers gets Schraffer's company, February 26th, 1676. — Transcriber's
Note.

5 Sir Thomas Livingstone, son of Sir Thomas Livingstone of Newbigging
(see p. 324), formerly ensign of Lieut. -Colonel Livingstone's company (then
deceased), was appointed captain on July 19th, 1673, sergeant-major, December
5th, 1678, lieut. -colonel, February 16th, 1684 (Balfour's regiment). He was,
says Douglas, ' from his youth bred a soldier in the service of the States of
Holland.' Received command of the Royal Scots Dragoons (Scots Greys) in



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