‘THESE MERITORIOUS OBJECTS OF THE ROYAL BOUNTY’ THE CHELSEA OUT-PENSIONERS IN THE EARLY EIGHTEENTH CENTURY
Privately published & limited to just 300 copies, 390pp. 2017. A major contribution to the understanding of the lives of ordinary soldiers in the 18th century, based on the detailed records of the Royal Hospital Chelsea. Did the cavalry fare better than the infantry, and were there differences of experience between the Foot Guards, the Marching Regiments of Foot?