1701 – Imperialist invasion of Northern Italy – Franco-Spanish OOB 17 August

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Description

Order of battle of the Franco-Spanish army in Northern Italy on 17 August 1701.

Summary: 51 bns, 71 sqns

First Line Second Line
Right Wing under the Prince de Vaudémont, seconded by the Maréchal de Villeroy
De Langallerie's Brigade (10 sqns)

Du Bordage's Brigade (6 sqns)

  • Du Bordage Cavalerie (2 sqns)
  • Larrard Cavalerie (2 sqns)
  • Uzès Cavalerie (2 sqns)

Daguilar's Brigade (3 bns)

Las Torres seconded by Schulembourg, Asfeld and Pracontal

De Ganges's Brigade (6 sqns)

  • Estrades Dragons (3 sqns)
  • Vérac Dragons (3 sqns)

Narbonne's Brigade (6 sqns)

  • Narbonne Cavalerie (2 sqns)
  • Desclos Cavalerie (2 sqns)
  • Vaudeuil Cavalerie (2 sqns)

Courtandon's Brigade (4 sqns)

  • Courtandon Cavalerie (2 sqns)
  • Vienne Cavalerie (2 sqns)

De Gy's Brigade (2 bns)

Centre under the Duke of Savoy, seconded by Crenan, Cavoye and Castellamont
Pellot's Brigade (5 bns)

Saint-Pater's Brigade (4 bns)

De La Roque's Brigade (5 bns)

Carcado's Brigade (4 bns)

Chartogne's Brigade (5 bns)

Dugua's Brigade (5 bns)

Vaudrey's Brigade (4 bns)

Palavicini's Brigade (4 bns)

Dorgemont's Brigade (4 bns)

Bouligneux's Brigade

Left Wing under the Marshal de Catinat, seconded by Bachivilliers and Greder
Monpeyroux's Brigade (6 sqns)
  • Ruffey Cavalerie (2 sqns)
  • Monpeyroux Cavalerie (2 sqns)
  • Mauroy Cavalerie (2 sqns)

Praslin's Brigade (9 sqns)

  • Royal-Roussillon Cavalerie (3 sqns)
  • Commissaire Général Cavalerie (3 sqns)
  • Savoyard Piemonte Reale Cavalleria (3 sqns) aka Cavaillac
Saint-Fremont seconded by Zurlauben

Villiers' Brigade (6 sqns)

  • Villiers Cavalerie (2 sqns)
  • Melun Cavalerie (2 sqns)
  • Wiltz Cavalerie (2 sqns)

Roquépine's Brigade (6 sqns)

  • Cibour Cavalerie (2 sqns)
  • Roquépine Cavalerie (2 sqns)
  • Anjou Cavalerie (2 sqns)

Monastérol's Brigade (6 sqns)

Reserve under M. de Mauroy

Other detachments

In Mantua (11 bns)

In Mirandola (1 bn)

In Cremona (2 bns)

In Pizzighettone (1 bn)

In Lodi (1 bn)

At Lecco on Lake Garda (1 bn, 3 sqns)

At the camp of Vaprio on the Adda (11 bns, 14 sqns)

N.B.: Rouergue Infanterie (1 bn), Beaujolais Infanterie, Clermont Cavalerie (2 sqns), Bissy Cavalerie and Rennepont Cavalerie were on their way to join the Army of Italy.

References

Vault, François Eugène de: Mémoires militaires relatifs à la Succession d'Espagne sous Louis XIV, Vol. 1 pp. 596-601