As for artillery, it must be the subject of a special report. I cannot remember what has been done in my past campaigns; but the simplest and follow what has taken place previously. The batteries attached to the cavalry draw a lot; so they have to be well supplied.In my past campaigns I had attached a reserve park to the divisions; we will always be attems to bring them together in the general park of divisions. There has to be what is necessary to wage war. That is, a simple supply walking with the parts, and half a supply, according to what was practiced for the Army of Poland, which is always at the park of each division. All of this has to exist in the places where I will overwinter these divisions, so that if I am in the case of forming a cavalry reserve, the reserve artillery meeting of the four divisions forms the reserve park. In this case, an artillery general will be required to command this park as has been practiced.
If, on the contrary, I think it is appropriate to send these divisions into the corps, they will take their artillery park to join the reserve park of the corps. It seems to me that I ordered that each regiment of leatherworkers have a certain number of rifles. The regiments I have reviewed do not have any.
Give me a report on it. It makes no sense that among 3,000 men, there is not one who has a gun.It seems to me that in the past the leatherworkers were armed with muskets. Let me know the orders I gave and what has been practiced for six years, and why the leatherworkers no longer have a rifle.\" The item \"napoleon ier letter signed amsterdam 1811 artillery cologne bonn\" has been on sale since Monday, December 21, 2020. It is in the category \"collections-letters, old papers-autographs-historical personalities\". The seller is \"fugit-tempus\" and is located in metz. This item can be shipped to the following country: France.