I think that it's possible to use HoW for the War of the Polish Succession too.
The weapons were much the same like during the War of the Austrian Succession as were the tactics.
Many of the commanders of the WAS and of the leading figures of the SYW served during the War of the Polish Succession as young commanders. Rutowski and Daun for example, who played an important role during the SYW.
Infantry Lineinfantry (5 Bases) – standard - ½ Move / - 1/2 Move
Cavalry Horse + Dragoons (4 Bases) - standard - ½ Move / - ¼ Move
Artillery (1 Base) - standard - ½ Move to limber/unlimber
Considerations: I have little Information about the Danish army. The Danes had a fine reputation for selling the best horses from the continent along with the Hanoverians. Perhaps that is the reason why halve of the Danish units were horse. Maybe the Danish were important because many of the German states send infantry only or cavalry of a very bad quality (I will discuss about that later). During the last war the Danish were mostly beaten by the Swedish under Charles XII.. Therefor maybe I rated the infantry too good, when I gave the infantry the standard-quality.
The Danes send a significant number of Generals: Scholten(1677-1750), Mørner(+ 1741), Amthor(1683-1741) and Kaas picture (1686-1773), who were noticed in the contemporary OOBs. It's possible that prince Eugen and Count Seckendorff just trusted more in the Danes, who didn't made so many problems like the German Allies.
I would be very thankfull to learn more about the Danish army of this period and for any information you like to give here.
Es marschierten drei Regimenter wohl über den Rhein...