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" In extending, as a general rule, it is the business of the rear rank man of each file to regulate the distance, and of the front rank man to look to the direction. The number of paces that files are to extend from each other may be specified in the caution... "
Field exercise and evolutions of infantry - Page 207
by War office - 1859
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Drill and rifle instruction for volunteer rifle corps [by sir D. Lysons].

Daniel Lysons (sir.) - 1859
...intelligent man should be placed in the centre of the squad for these movements. Extending from the Halt. In extending, as a general rule, it is the business...in the caution by the commander thus: THREE PACES FROM THE RIGHT EXTEND. When no number is specified, six paces will be the regulated distance between...
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Drill and rifle instruction for volunteer rifle corps

Daniel Lysons (sir.) - 1859
...intelligent man should be placed in the centre of the squad for these movements. Extending from the Halt. In extending, as a general rule, it is the business...in the caution by the commander thus: THREE PACES FROM THE RIGHT EXTEND. When no number is specified, six paces will be the regulated distance between...
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Drill and rifle instruction for volunteer rifle corps

Daniel Lysons (sir.) - 1859
...intelligent man should be placed in the centre of the squad for these movements. Extending from the Halt. In extending, as a general rule, it is the business...in the caution by the commander thus: THREE PACES FROM THE RIGHT EXTEND. When no number is specified, six paces will be the regulated distance between...
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Drill and rifle instruction for volunteer rifle corps

Daniel Lysons (sir.) - 1859
...intelligent man should be placed in the centre of the squad for these movements. Extending from, the Halt. In extending, as a general rule, it is the business...other may be specified in the caution by the commander thus:—THREE PACES FROM THE RIGHT—EXTEND. When no number is specified, six paces will be the regulated...
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The A.B.C. of skirmishing: the light infantry movements of company, in ...

William Dawes Malton - 1859
...considered the centre of the Company. (Field Ex., p. 49.) SEC. I-EXTENDING. [The numbers of paces that the files are to extend from each other may be specified...the caution by the Commander, thus : —THREE PACES, FROM THE RIGHT—EXTEND. When no number of paces is specified, 6 paces will be the distance between...
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Drill book for volunteer riflemen

George Black - 1859
...Centre; three, the left. No. 7. The Alarm, or, Look-out for Cavalry. Oi I 39 SEC. 24.—EXTENDING. As a general rule, it is the business of the rear rank man to regulate the distance, and of the front rank to look to the direction. The number of paces that...
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Drill and rifle instruction for volunteer rifle corps

Daniel Lysons (sir.) - 1860
...intelligent man should be placed in the centre of the squad for these movements. Extending from the Halt. In extending, as a general rule, it is the business...in the caution by the commander thus: THREE PACES FKOM THE RIGHT EXTEND. When no number is specified, six paces will be the regulated distance between...
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Drill ... for the Corps of rifle volunteers

Daniel Lysons (sir.) - 1860
...volunteers will next be taught the following movements, which are necessary in skirmishing:— III. In extending, as a general rule, it is the business...and of the front rank man to look to the direction. IV. The number of paces that files are to extend from each other may be specified in the caution by...
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Drill and rifle instruction for volunteer rifle corps

Daniel Lysons (sir.) - 1860
...volunteers will next be taught the following movements, which are necessary in skirmishing:— III. In extending, as a general rule, it is the business...and of the front rank man to look to the direction. IV. The number of paces that files are to extend from each other may be specified in the caution by...
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Rifles and volunteer rifle corps, their constitution, arms, drill laws and ...

Llewellynn Frederick William Jewitt - 1860 - 97 pages
...so on throughout the company, until all are kneeling in line at six paces distance from each other. In extending, as a general rule, it is the business...of each file to regulate the distance, and of the front-rant man to look to the direction. The front-rank men will move direct to the flank, covering...
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