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Note the left hand is onely to be held up so high to rest your Harquebus or Carbine, upon when you discharge, and not otherwise. Cavalry was employed to ambush supply convoys but was also used to make sudden attacks to enable relief supplies to break through siege lines and re-victual starving garrisons. 61 Being upon service in the field against your enemy, the bearing of your hand so high, would be a trouble unto your defence, and a commodity to your enemy, for thereby he may easily cut your Raynes in sunder.
The peascod design reflected the fashion in civilian clothing and had no military value. 11 Peascod breastplate, side view. 12 Armoured gauntlets showing construction of flexible fingers. 13 Leg armour with knee pieces. 14 Leg armour, side view, showing knee pieces bent for riding. 15 Leg armour in the form of moulded plates. B: CIVIL WAR ' I R O N S I D E ' , 1 6 4 5 1 By the end of the first Civil War the harquebusier had become the standard cavalryman. The cuirassier had proven too expensive to equip and had disappeared from the battlefield by 1644.
22 inches and the coats weigh from 4lb 4oz to 7lb 8oz. The small stand-up collar is pierced with holes to allow the fitting of loops and buttons on cords to use as fastenings. The fronts of the coats are pierced with between 14 and 34 eyelet holes, with the average being 16. However, these holes were not used to lace up the front of the coat. The laces were spiral threaded down each side and tied at top and bottom to produce a decorative effect. In practice the coats were fastened by eight pairs of hooks and eyes.