113th Regiment of Foot (Royal Highlanders)

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113th Regiment of Foot
Active 1761–1763
Disbanded 1763 (Due to the war ending)
Country  United Kingdom
Branch  British Army
Type Infantry
Nickname(s) Royal Highlanders
James Inglis Hamilton

The 113th Regiment of Foot, known as the Royal Highlanders, was authorized on 17 October 1761, and raised in Great Britain for service of the British Army under the command of James Inglis Hamilton. The regiment served as a depot for sending drafts to Highland regiments serving overseas. It was disbanded in 1763.[1]


  1. ^ Brander, Michael (1971). The Scottish highlanders and their regiments. Seeley, Service and co. p. 207. ISBN 0-85422-012-7.
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