1703 – Campaign in Northern Italy – Franco-Spanish OOB 30 November

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Quarters of the Franco-Spanish troops stationed in Piedmont on 30 November 1703

Corps of the Comte de Vaubecourt (headquarters at Montechiaro d'Asti)

  • in Passerano
    • Marigny's Brigade
      • La Sarre (1 bn)
      • Bresse (1 bn)
  • in Montafia
    • Dillon's Brigade
      • Dillon (1 bn)
      • Galmoy (1 bn)
  • in Cortanza and Pica
    • Bourck's Brigade
      • Bourk (1 bn)
  • in Montechiaro
    • La Marine Brigade
    • Anjou Cavalerie (2½ sqns)
    • Ourches Cavalerie (2 sqns)
    • Thouvenet Hussards (1 coy)
  • in Camarano, Cortasone, Cortadone, Settime, Montbaron and Casasco

Corps of MM. D'Aguilar, Medavi and Chartogne (headquarters in Asti)

  • in Asti
    • d'Orgemont's Brigade
      • La Fère (1 bn)
      • Bourgogne (2 bns)
      • Médoc (1 bn)
      • Tournaisis (1 bn)
    • unidentified Spanish brigade
    • Carabiniers (4 sqns)
  • in Blangero
    • unidentified detachment (50 men of the garrison of Asti)
  • in Isola
    • unidentified detachment (50 men of the garrison of Asti)
    • Filz Hussards (1 coy)
  • in Vigliano
    • Grancey (a detachment of 50 men)
    • Flandre (a detachment of 50 men)
  • in Montegrosso
  • in Agliano
    • Grancey (a detachment of 50 men)
    • Flandre (a detachment of 50 men)
  • in Castigliole
    • Marquesac's Brigade
    • Desclos Cavalerie (2 sqns)
  • in Burio
  • in Colosso
    • Bourgneuf's Brigade
      • Héron Dragons (3 sqns)
  • in Canetti
    • Anjou (2 bns)
    • Bouzols Cavalerie (2 sqns)
  • in Casal
    • Beauce (1 bn)
    • Aunens Cavalerie (½ sqn)

Corps of MM. de Colmenero and d'Estaing (headquarters in Novara)

  • in Novara
    • Commissaire Général (3 sqns)
    • Du Tronc Cavalerie (? sqns)
    • Spanish Trivulzio Cavalry (? dismounted sqns)
    • unidentified Swiss unit (2 coys)
    • Spanish Naples Infantry (? grenadier coys)
    • Spanish Lombardia Infantry (? grenadier coys)
    • Spanish Bonesano Rgt (?)
    • unidentified militia units (? bns)
  • in Mortare
    • Spanish Molfette Cavalry (200 dismounted men)
    • Spanish Val de Fuentes Cavalry (70 dismounted men)
    • Spanish Caylus Dragoons (180 dismounted men)
  • in Gheme
    • Spanish Gy Rgt (½ rgt)
    • Spanish Val de Fuentes Cavalry (½ rgt)
    • Spanish Molfette Cavalry (½ rgt)
  • in Vicolongo
    • Spanish Bonesano Rgt (100 men)
    • unidentified militia unit (50 men)
  • at the mill of Camariano
    • Spanish Bonesano Rgt (60 men)
  • in Rosasco
    • unidentified dragoon unit (60 dismounted men)
  • in Cozzo
    • Spanish Figueroa Rgt (?)
    • Spanish Gy Rgt (½ rgt)
  • in Sartirana
    • Spanish Bonesano Rgt (50 men)

References

Pelet and François Eugène de Vault: Mémoires militaires relatifs à la Succession d'Espagne sous Louis XIV, Vol. 3 pp. 850-852