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B3 - Biografia I. Palmares: a guerra dos escravos. Due to the lack of an organized resistance and the escape of King D. This Legion was raised by a decree of the 7th August and, for the time, it was a totally new concept for the Portuguese Army whose structure remained unchanged since the period of the Count of Lippe in , when he reorganized and transformed a weak and demoralized Portuguese Army into an efficient war machine quite in a Prussian style, able to face the Spanish threat in that period.

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The Legion was raised and sometimes was called Experimental Legion, quite in the same way the future Rifle corps of the British Army. It consisted of a eight companies light infantry battalion more three cavalry squadrons and a mounted artillery battery, armed with four six pounders, and up to men. The Marquis of Alorna adapted the French manuals in order to the basic training of his troops, but some conservative Portuguese high rank staff officers kept the Legion in a shady place on the Army structure.

This unit was raised apart from a general plan of uniforms and it seems that their purposes were connected with an intervention in the Roussillom campaigns. Saturio Pires gives us a brief view of the Light Troops Legion, whose appearance remained aparently unchanged from to The first uniforms cut were in a typical late 18th century style.

The troops were using a light blue coatee, although the tails sizes are not described, with black collars, cuffs, shoulder strap and turnbacks with yellow piping.

In the coatee chest were three rows of brass buttons, connected by yellow flat lace, two laces at the collar, two on the cuff and two above on the lower sleeve, besides yellow lace edging the cuffs.

The contemporary pictures show white-gaiter trousers for winter time and sky blue breeches with black gaiters. The headcover from painted by Ribeiro Arthur was a primitive model of shako, also used by the period cavalry and it was made in black hardened leather and it had a remote resemblance with the Tarleton helmet. The shape of this shako allowed wearing a green plumes crest and a side tuft of the same material.

However the earlier engravings describe a stove-pipe shako with yellow cord and white plume on the left side, although without plate. In the paintings of Lt.

Arthur the troops having the uniforms adopted the regulation shako of uniform plan of that year, a standard model for all the Portuguese Army, except cavalry, only the cap plumes changed to green. The equipments were like the ones used in the line infantry regiments, with white hide shoulder belts and black leather ammunition boxes and bayonet and sabre-briquet scabbards. Considering the tactical differences between light troops and rifle units, it was certain that the Light Troops Legion were armed with Portuguese pattern flintlock smoothbore muskets, built in the Royal Arsenals of Lisbon.

The Legion were to be composed by three light infantry battalions, but only two were raised, the later with ten companies each, totaling men. To the fire support an artillery company of four light field guns and two howitzers was raised.

The commander was the daring Sir Robert Wilson who gave the Loyal Lusitanian Legion a fine reputation of a shock and striking unit, outflanking and surprising their French foes specially in the center and northern regions of Portugal. In the other commmandig ranks were sixty five British and thirty five Portuguese officers, being the remaining ranks filled with Portuguese volunteers.

The uniform of the Loyal Lusitanian Legion infantry companies was based on the ones of the British rifles, which was a short tailed coatee made in dark green wool with white chest lace and piping. The buttons were probably white and in three rows of six, the shoulder straps were dark green with white piping and fringing. The trousers were dark green for the winter and white for the summer, probably wearing black cloth short gaiters.

However, the LLL uniforms were rushly made in England, being most probable that the stove-pipe model was adopted since the raising of this unit. The plate had the embossed initials LLL and the plumes would be green. The troops armament was the Short Land India Pattern musket with socket bayonet and the officers had British swords like the light cavalry model, except for riflemen armed with Baker carbines and the pattern black accoutrements, including the belly boxes and frog scabbard for the sword bayonet.

However they were not early enough to avoid the French advance and later occupation of Lisbon. The 24 line infantry regiments were reduced to 6 and the cavalry regiments from 12 to 3. The Portuguese Legion on French service was created and in the last days of March it was heading to France through Salamanca. One of the battalion companies was raised as sharpshooters Atiradores , very similar to the chosen men of the British rifles regiments and this meant that the Portuguese shooters were to be equipped with Baker rifled carbines given by the British government.

The other four companies still used smootbore muskets either Portuguese or British India Land pattern Brown Bess models. The following list gives a view of the batallions raising places and their origins. Headquarters in Portalegre between and Headquarters in Vila Real between and Moved to the Portuguese Northeast regions, their headquarters were in Miranda do Douro in and they were transferred to Feitoria in Headquarters in Penafiel from to Headquarters in Trancoso between and Their later headquarters were in S.

Headquarters in Aveiro from to