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The Battle of Sedgemoor 1685,

Argyll's rebellion in Scotland

1685

The Covernanter Rebellion in Lowland Scotland of 1679

Also the war in Ireland 1690 1691,

Tangiers and Wars of Europe

1690s- 1700s

 

 

 

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Unless otherwise noted figures are 15mm scale and cost £2.50p per pack of 8 foot or 4 mounted
Our figures are similar in size to Essex and Minifigs

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Sedgemoor

For a wealth of information on forces involved, flags uniforms etc, then purchase a copy of 'Fighting for liberty' by Stephen M Carter published in the Century of the Soldier series by Hellion

Royal Foot at Sedgemoor  painted by Kev Ward

  

Sedgemoor

SED1 Musketeers with musket at rest
 
 
SED 1 A Pikeman, seperate pike 
 
  
SED2 Mounted cavalry
 
 
SED 2a Mounted Militia
 
 
SED 2 A Mounted Militia 
 
 
SED3 Monmouth Scythemen
 
SED4 Monmouth musketeer 
 

SED5 Monmouth pike
 
 
SED6 Monmouth musketeer firing and advancing
 
Sed 6 Painted as militia 
Monmouths infantry
 


Monmouth cavalry are described as heavily
armoured and equipped. Dress is similar to Royal cavalry
Use SED2, SED13 and SED24

 

SED7 Royal foot command, Officers, Sgt, drummers. 

SED8 Royal musketeer advancing, musket at high port

SED9 Royal musketeer firing
 

SED10 Royal grenadier at ready

SED11 Royal pike at ready
 
SED12 Royal mounted command, officer, ensign etc

SED13 Royal cavalry (lobster pot) with sword

SED14 Royal dragoons with muskets
 
SED15 Highlander assorted Same pose, different weapons
 
SED24 Royalist cavalry command and officer, standard and bugler  (lobster pot)
 
 
SED24 Royalist cavalry command and  officer, standard and bugler (lobster pot)
 

  

SED24 Royalist cavalry dragoon (lobster pot)

 

 
Covenanter Royal foot and G;asgow Militia by Kev Ward

Covenanter Rebellion
 
1679 All wearin berets
 
(Tam o Shanters)

 

SED16 Lowland rebel/covenanters muskets assorted.  In berets (Tam o shanters) Various poses

SED16a Lowland rebel/covenanter pike

SED17 Lowland/royalist musket at ease


SED18 Lowland/royalist musket advancing


SED19 Lowland/royalist musket firing


SED20 Lowland/royalist pike


SED21 Lowland/royalist command


SED22 Lowland royalist cavalry command


SED23 Lowland/royalist mounted dragoons

 

SED25 Lowland Royalist Cavalry


SED26 Rebel Foot Command, Officers,

Rebel Covernanters 

In 1679 a rebbeilion occuried in Lowland Scotland.  After years of religious persecution by an authoritarian state who had tried to force religious change on the Scotish people, tension grew and free religion was being convened by covernanters in the open countryside but surrounded by there own armed guards  There were two battles, Drumclog was a large skirmish where the Royal dragoons were put to flight.  There were also battles within Glasgow when it was occupied by the Covernanters.  The second and largest was a battle was at Bothwell bridge near Glasgow where the rebels were eventually defeated by the Royalist goverenment soldiers. The Covernanters spent more time on religious questions than on the outcome of the battle! 

Flags were used, some old ECW flags in the campaign at skirmishes at Drumclog and Glasgow and at the final battle at Bothwell Bridge where the Covernanter forces were defeated.  Strangley, he leader of the English forces was James Scott, The Duke of Monmouth !

Prior to the Covernanter Rebelion but part of it there had been a previous uprising in Lowland Scotland in 1666.  A large army of disidents formed and marched on Edinburgh hoping to gain further support.  Close to Edinburgh and realising that more recruits were not coming they turned away south and camped for the night at Rullion Green in the Pentland Hills.  A Royal advance force of Cavalry which had been pursuing them, caught them there and a battle occuried.  The rebels, mainly on foot withstood two charges by the goverment cavalry and only on the third did they break and flee off into the gathering darkness

Covenanter Flags from the war of 1679

Flags used by the rebellious Covenanter forces during the rising in lowland Scotland in 1679 against autocratic religious practices   Flags were used in the campaign at Drumclog, Glasgow and final battle of Bothwell Bridge

English flags will be the same as used by James 11 forces at the Battle of Sedgemoor in 1685

Some of the original flags of this period still exsist in Scotland

 

Covenanter rebel infantry painted by Kev Ward


SED27 Improvised wagon gun and crew

SED27 Improvised wagon gun and crew

 
 
 
SED28 light infantry gun and crew
 
 
SED 28A Four wheeled wagon and two horses  £3.00
SED 28A Four wheeled wagon and two horses  £3.00
 
Tangiers
 
Tangiers was a wedding present to Charles 11 from his wife Catherine of Braganza.  Trying to hold the port against the Moorish insurgents was a money draining problems.  There were many battles between the English Garrison of Tangiers and the Moors.  Eventually the garrison withdrew in the night and left the city to the Moors!

 
SED 29 Royal Infantry in hats at the ready
 
 
SED 30 Royal Infantry in lobster pot helmets, ready postion
 
SED 30A Royal Infantry in lobster pot helmets, standing
 
SED 30B Royal Infantry in lobster pot helmets, firing
 
 
SED 30C Royal Infantry command in lobster pot helmets
 
 
SED 31 Tangiers, Spanish lancers in hats
 
SED 31A Tangiers, Spanish lancers in hats
 
 
SED 32 Tangiers, Sailors/civilians in old uniforms on poor quality (Cart) horses as decoys Cavalry
 
SED 33 Mounted horse Grenadiers with swords
 
SED 34 Mounted grenadiers with muskets
 
SED 35 Royal foot in fur caps at ready 
 
 
For Moorish/Arab enemies use Omani Arabs
 
For a wealth of information on forces involved, flags uniforms etc, then purchase a copy of 'Fighting for liberty' by Stephen M Carter published in the Century of the Soldier series by Hellion
SED 36 Royal foot Grenadiers firing  
 
 
Conversions of the exisiting ranges of Sedgemoor figures to produce some of Monmouths uniforms
 
Monmoths Purple coats 1685.  These uniforms were made abroad and brought to England to equipe the invading force and some of the local supporters
 
  
SED 37 Purple coat in wooly hat firing
 
SED 38 Purple coat in wooly hat  
 
SED 39 Purple coat in wooly hat, pikeman
 
 
 
  
SED 40 Purple coat foot command in helmets 
 
Argyll's Rebellion in 1685 
 
A planned up rising in Scotland between the Government forces and English equipped Highlanders versus Argyll's Loyalists and Highlanders
 
For a wealth of information on forces involved, flags uniforms etc, then purchase a copy of 'Fighting for liberty' by Stephen M Carter published in the Century of the Soldier series by Hellion
 
  
SED 41A/14  Highlander with target shield and firelock/musket (Argyl's)
Can be used for Atholl's government forces or Argyll's loyalists.  The tartan would be in different shades depending from which area of Scotland the Highlanders were from
 
 
SED 41B/14  Highlander with different target shield and firelock/musket (Atholls?)
Can be used for Atholl's government forces or Argyll's loyalists.  The tartan would be in different shades depending from which area of Scotland the Highlanders were from
 
Sed 41 C Highland Bowman
 
SED 41D Highland bowman
 
SED 42 Highland  pike/spear or open handed with shield
 
 
SED 43 Highland foot command 

 

SED 43 Highland foot command 

SED 43 Highland foot command 

SED 44a  Royal Scots Dragoons, grenadier foot with halberd and firelocks 

 

SED 44b  Royal Scots Dragoons, grenadier foot with short pike and firelocks 

 

SED 45  Royal Scots Dragoons, grenadier foot with firelocks and halberd rest 

 

 

SED 46  Royal Scots Dragoons, grenadier mounted with carbine and half pike on back 

SED 47  Royal Scots Dragoons, grenadier foot with hand grenades

 

 

Sed 48 Scottish Iregular bowman and spearmen

 

Sed 49 Irish Kerns 

 

Sed 50 Monmouths Purple lifeguards 'v'

 

Sed 51 Matchlock musketeer.

 

 

Sed 52 Monmouths Somerset Clubmen with knob sticks  

 

 

Sed 53 Monmouths combat bridge carrying crew.

 

Sed 53 Monmouths bridge carrying crew.  

Sed 53 Monmouths bridge carrying crew.

 

Sed 53 Monmouths bridge carrying crew.

 

Sed 53 Monmouths bridge carrying crew.

These persons carried footbridges and parts with them so as to place across the dykes and allow the army to cross.  Used successfully at Sedgemoor.  Can also be used as villagers and barricade builders 

 

Sed 53A Temporary small dyke bridge (35mm x 20mm) x 2  for £2.50

 

Sed 53 B  Temporary long dyke bridge (70 mm x 20mm) x 1  for £2.50

 

 

Sed 54 Gentlmen Volunteers. 

Sed 55 Militia Musketeer with sword 

Sed 56 Standing Pikeman 

 

Sed 57 Pack ponys x4 (various)

 

‚ÄčSed 58 Halbard man, to use as rebel or Royal infantry Sergeant or Corporal.

Sed 59 Double mounted  cavalryman /infantreyman as mentioned at the Battle for Frome  x 3 ( 3 horses x 6 riders)

 

Sed 60  Up to 12 shot machine used in the defence of Bridgeport plus two crew  £3.00

More to come.

 

Free Flags of what James 11, andMonmouths flags plus Williams111 flags, did and could have looked like. 

 

There is very little information about the flag flown by Monmouths forces.  There are a few references to 'Red regiments and Blue Regiments etc and Monmouths flag having 'Fear nothing but God', written on, but little else other than the number of flags being 27 and they were made at Taunton by young ladies at a school  The blue flag with three white 'pile wavys', labelled Monmouths blue regiment, but the story is that it was captured during the Sedgemoor campaign and remained in the possesion of the same family until recent years.  It may have been a rebel or a royal flag and still exists in a museum

The second batch of flags are for the army of James the second, except the yellow flag with three pile wavy which is a conjectional Monmouth colour

All flags designed, drawn and coloured by the amazing

Kev Ward.  More flags to come !

   

 

 

Flags used by the army of William 111, in England in 1688 and  against James 11, forces in Ireland 1689 to 1691

Again drawn, designed and coloured by Kev Ward

 

 

 




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