1702 – Campaign in Northern Italy – Franco-Spanish Vendôme OOB mid July

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Description

Order of battle of the Franco-Spanish in Northern Italy under Vendôme in mid-July 1702.

Commander-in-chief: King Philip V of Spain (nominal commander) assisted by Louis Joseph, Duc de Vendôme (effective commander)

Summary: 41 bns and 83 sqns

Senior officers:

  • on the cavalry right wing
    • First line
      • Lieutenant-General de Praslin
      • Lieutenant-General de Revel
      • Lieutenant-General d'Aguilar
      • Maréchal de camp de Montgon
    • Second line
      • Lieutenant-General de las Torres
      • Maréchal de camp de Flamanville
  • in the infantry centre
    • First line
      • Lieutenant-General Deshayes
      • Lieutenant-General d'Albergotti
      • Lieutenant-General Marquis de Créqui
      • Maréchal de camp de Murcey
      • Maréchal de camp de Croy
      • Maréchal de camp de Duc de Villeroy
    • Second line
      • Lieutenant-General de Vaubécourt
      • Lieutenant-General de Marcin
      • Maréchal de camp de Langallerie
      • Maréchal de camp d'Estaing
  • on the cavalry left wing
    • First line
    • Second line
      • Lieutenant-General de Besons
      • Maréchal de camp de Prela
  • Reserve
    • Duc de la Feuillade
First Line Second Line
Right Cavalry Wing
Wartigny's Brigade (6 sqns)
  • Dauphin Dragons (3 sqns)
  • Lautrec Dragons (3 sqns)

Unidentified Spanish Brigade (4 sqns)

Beaujeu's Brigade (8 sqns)

  • Gendarmerie (8 sqns)

Vaudeuil's Brigade (5 sqns)

  • Vaudeuil (2 sqns)
  • Royal-Roussillon (3 sqns)
Senneterre Dragons (3 sqns)

Unidentified Spanish Brigade (4 sqns)

Broglie's Brigade (6 sqns)

  • Uzès (2 sqns)
  • Mauroy (2 sqns)
  • Broglie (2 sqns)
Infantry Centre
Luxembourg's Brigade (4 bns)

De Chavigny's Brigade (3 bns)

  • Auvergne (2 bns)
  • Quercy (1 bn)

Duguast's Brigade (3 bns)

  • Lyonnais (2 bns)
  • Dillon (1 bn)

D'Orgemont's Brigade (3 bns)

  • Tournaisis (1 bn)
  • Sault (2 bns)

Galmoy's Brigade (4 bns)

Laroque's Savoyard Brigade (3 bns)

  • Saluzzo (1 bn)
  • Monferrato (1 bn)
  • Gardie (1 bn)
De Guerchy Brigade (2 bns)
  • Anjou (2 bns)

De Sexande's Brigade (3 bns)

  • Bretagne (1 bn)
  • Bourk (1 bn)
  • Albemarle (1 bn)

D'Imecourt Brigade (2 bns)

  • Vendôme (1 bn)
  • Cotentin (1 bn)

Lignerac's Brigade (2 bns)

  • Île-de-France (1 bn)
  • Perche (1 bn)

Montandre's Brigade (3 bns)

  • Royal des Vaisseaux (3 bns)

Palavicini's Savoyard Brigade (3 bns)

  • Chiablese (1 bn)
  • Crocebianca (1 bn)
  • Savoia (1 bn)
Left Cavalry Wing
Royal-Carabiniers (4 sqns)

Sully's Brigade (6 sqns)

  • Sully (2 sqns)
  • Desclos (2 sqns)
  • Anjou (2 sqns)

Montpeyroux's Brigade (7 sqns)

  • Villeroy (2 sqns)
  • Montpeyroux (2 sqns)
  • Colonel-Général (3 sqns)

Languedoc Dragons (3 sqns)

Estrades Dragons (3 sqns)

Du Bordage's Brigade (6 sqns)
  • Du Bordage (2 sqns)
  • Savoyard Piemonte Reale ( 4 sqns) aka Cavaillac
  • Bourbon (2 sqns)

Savoyard Genevese Dragoons (4 sqns)

Savoyard SAR Dragoons (4 sqns)

Reserve (4 bns, 8 sqns)

De Ruffey's Cavalry Brigade (8 sqns)

  • Dauphin (3 sqns)
  • Ruffey (2 sqns)
  • Héron Dragons (3 sqns)

De Dreux's Infantry Brigade (4 bns)

  • Bourgogne (2 bns)
  • Cambresis (1 bn)
  • Médoc (1 bn)

Artillery (1 bn)

  • Royal-Artillerie (1 bn)

Guards of the King of Spain

  • Lombardia Infantry (1 bn)

References

Pelet and François Eugène de Vault: Mémoires militaires relatifs à la Succession d'Espagne sous Louis XIV, Vol. 2 p. 726