Mar Regiment of Foot(The Scots Brigade) defend Fort Matagorda at the Seige of Cadiz by Richard Simkin. Unusually Simkin has shown the regiment wearing Belgic shakoes, which is unlikely at this time, I believe they should be wearing the stovepipe shako.
Regiment of Foot, Officer's Shoulder Belt, became Battalion Connaught Rangers)
The 94th Foot
The Scotch Brigade, which became Regiment of Foot in Battalion Connaught Rangers).
Button of the (The Scotch Brigade) or Regiment of Foot circa.
Lieutenant General Sir Thomas Bradford KCB, Colonel of the Regiment of Foot, 1825 (c) The regiment was reformed in December in Glasgow, after having been disbanded in Formerly called the Foot, The Scotch Brigade.
Regiment of Foot in 1868
A Greybeard of the
Badge of the later period of the Regiment
The Regiment of Foot in
Connaught Rangers in 1868
Military general service medal 1793 severely wounded badajoz
MILITARY GENERAL SERVICE 1793-1814, 3 CLASPS, FUENTES D'ONOR, CIUDAD RODRIGO, BADAJOZ 'DONALD MCINTOSH, 94TH Foot .Also interestingly rolls say his clasp for Badajoz was initially disallowed as he was 'in General Hospital' at the time. However he is on a list of men who's appeal against this was successful and his full entitlement of the 3 clasps which appear on the medal are confirmed. He was very severely wounded at Badajoz. he is on Pension List, June 1813.