- The Formation of the Black Watch
- The Mutiny
- Ireland & The 42d
- Preparations for America
- The West Indies - Guadaloupe
- Evacuation of Crown Point
- Martinique and Havannah
- Relief of Fort Pitt and the return
- The Garb of Old Gaul
- Discipline and Embarking for
- Skirmish at New York and White
- Verplanks, Stony Point and end of
- Awarding of new colours and return
- War with France
- Story of the "Red Heckle"
- Expedition to the West Indies
- Expedition to Minorca
- Expedition to Egypt
- Spain, Death of
Sir John Moore and Return Home
1811 - 1816
Return of the 42d to
England, Embarks a second time for Portugal in 1812, Consolidation of
the first and second battalions, Spain, Battle of Salemanca, Madrid,
Siege of Burgos, Retreat into Portugal, Campaign of 1813, Battle of
Vittoria, Siege of St Sehastian, Pyrenees, Succession of battles,
Fall of St Sebastian, Allied army enters France, Crosses the Nivelle,
Passage of the Kive, Series of actions, Bayonne, Battles of OrthÍs and
Ayre, Bordeaex, Tarbes, Battle of Toulouse, Peace of 1814, War of 1815,
Quatre Bras, Waterloo, Return of the 42d to Scotland, Edinburgh.
- 1816 - 1854
The Highland Society’s Vase, Ireland, The
White-boys, Critical Service, Anecdotes, Old Manoeuvres, Bad Management,
The Dublin Medal, Gibraltar, Innovations, Regimental Library, Malta,
Ionian Islands, Lieutenant-Colonel Middleton’s Farewell Order,
Scotland, Ireland, Malta, Corfu, Death of Major-General Sir R. H. Dick,
Bermuda, Halifax, Home.
- 1854 - 1856
Regiment Embarks for Crimea, Landing at Kalamita Bay, March to the Alma,
Russian Position, Battle of the Alma, The Highland Brigade, Sir Colin
Campbell, Work done by the 42d, Sir Colin’s Bonnet, Work of the 42d
before Sebastopol, Sir Colin Campbell’s Addresses, The Kertchi
Expedition, Return Home.
- 1856 - 1869
The 42d proceeds to India, Cawnpore, Seria-Ghat, Marches and Skirmishes,
Lucknow, 42d Storms La Martiniere, The Begum Kootee, Fort Ruliya,
Bareilly, Rohilkund, Maylah Ghaut, Khyrngher Jungles, Presentation of
Colours, Title of ‘‘Black Watch" restored, Cholera, Embarks for
England, Reception at Edinburgh, Leave Edinburgh for Aldershot.
- 1817 - 1873
Account of Variations in Dress of the Black Watch, Regimental Pets,
"Pincher", " Donald the Deer", "The Grenadiers’
Cat", Monument to Black Watch in Dunkeld Cathedral, Conclusion.
- 1873 - 1881
The Ashantee Campaign, Occupation of Cyprus.
- 1882 - 1886
The Egyptian Campaign
- Breaking the
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