I Want To Be A Fusilier

Arouse Britons for the Honour and Glory of Old England !

Now is the moment my noble-minded Countrymen, now is

the Crisis of our Country’s Fate !

Fly to the Standard of our Sovereign, hasten to

man his Fleets and augment his Armies!

By acting thus, Britons, you shall restore the native Resplendency of our

Beloved Country, chastise the Perfidious French and Spaniards, and again united to our Brethren in America, who have been so badly deluded from their Natural Allegiance by the sworn Enemies of All Englishmen.

ALL       REAL


Whose hearts are filled with Loyalty for the best of Kings, and Love for the Noblest of Constitutions,

and who are willing to maintain the Honour of OLD ENGLAND in Defiance of FRENCH and SPANISH Treachery, have now a noble Opportunity of obtaining immortal Renown, by repairing to the Standard of

His Majesty’s 23rd Regiment of Foot


Royal Welch Fusiliers



The Sons of Freedom are alone worthy to support the Honour of OLD ENGLAND, and the Conduct

of the Noble Regiment of ROYAL WELCH FUSILIERS , shall prove that ENGLISHMEN never wanted Courage to defend their Wives, their Sweethearts, or their Firesides.

Such Gentlemen as choose to serve their King and Country in the above mentioned Regiment are desired to repair to the Drum-Head

                                                                                    GOD save the KING


All Able bodied, intrepid heroes, who are willing to serve his majesty King George III…

and all who have an active interest in being a part of our organization, whether fielding as a foot soldier, or by supporting the regiment as one of our Associate members, are encouraged to, first review the “Information for the New Recruit from Major Reilly”, then contact one our recruiters near you…

2 thoughts on “I Want To Be A Fusilier

  1. Lewis Breland


    I’m a historical writer and I’m working on a historical novel titled The Knife and the Gospel. The book tells the story of the five months of the 1777 Saratoga Campaign in the American Revolutionary War: June, 1777, as the troops of both Great Britain and the United States of America move into battles from Fort Ticonderoga, all the way to the Battles of Saratoga September 19, October 7, and the events leading up to October 17, when the British army surrendered. The story is character-driven and told from the perspective of various protagonists such as John Burgoyne, William Twiss, Friedrich Baum, Benedict Arnold, Daniel Morgan, and Horatio Gates.

    I would like to establish a correspondence with some knowledgeable members of your organization to further consult historical opinions of the events and the people, the regular men – and women – who took part in the campaign for the most accurate depiction possible.

    I would greatly appreciate any assistance at all possible.

    Thank you in advance.

    • RWFIA_Admin Post author

      Hi Lewis, The 23rd Regiment was involved in every major campaign of the war except Burgoyne’s. While I am sure we have many members who might be able to help you, I could, if you like, put you in touch with the 9th Regiment of Foot. They were one of the Burgoyne regiments, sent here, and surrendering with, him as well.


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