I will maybe ad one artillery and some small stuff.
But 18 bn.s are enough for my scale of table and battles.
They are beautiful! I greet your new addition to your ever growing collection!
Looking forward for spectacular battles! Cheers!
As Kronoskaf says:
This Irish regiment was raised on February 27 1698 among the former Guards of the English King James II who had taken refuge in France in 1689. During the War of the Polish Succession, the regiment served on the Rhine from 1733 to 1735. During the War of the Austrian Succession, the regiment initially served in the Palatinate in 1743. It was then transferred to Flanders for the campaigns of 1745 and 1746. In 1746, it returned to Dunkerque to take part in the expedition of Charles Edward Stuart (aka Bonnie Prince Charlie) in Scotland. On April 16 of the same year, the Comte de Rooth was taken prisoner at the Battle of Culloden. On July 2 1747, the regiment fought in the Battle of Lauffeld. In 1748, it took part in the siege of Maastricht. The regiment counted only 1 battalion.